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"Alexander Hamilton. If you did. Okay. And I think they were looking in Melania's wardrobe for what do the FIA FBI look for in wardrobes? DNA. It may hoffa. Yay All right, well, I don't get it. What DNA? For what? Okay. Is she human? Is Ivana's skin cells under her fingers? I'm not saying. I mean, I'm not even into conspiracies, but they might want to exhume the body and see if there's anything but work in that case. That's why it's on his golf course because it's a private property and they can exhume the body and he made it. But why did ten people have to carry her in the coffin? If she was cremated, there were classified documents in there. Okay. Hi, Anita and San Antonio. Good morning. Hello. Go ahead. Good morning, Dana. Good morning. I think it's right wing freak out. It's going to backfire on them. I think if you looked at we took a poll right now, it's in the eventually will. Most people understand that Donald Trump is corrupt. And this is not, you know, most people are willing to surprise that he eventually got a search warrant. For Marlon. And you know, I just think it's going to backfire on them. I don't understand why they're not waiting. Without waiting to see what the outcome of this will be. Yeah. Because if it could, I mean, it's probably something pretty bad. Why else would they go to the attorney general had to sign off on this? Yeah. The FBI had director had to sign off on this. And what else this is in the office at Kavanaugh? Remember when Kavanaugh got one guy was threatened Brett Kavanaugh and it was a total freak out about that? Oh yeah. Now they have nothing. Yeah, he didn't like his privacy, apparently being you know what I was just saying. Privacy rights were violated, yeah. Well, they're threatening ethnic FBI that's threatening judges. They're federal judges. You know, and the FBI director? And even the attorney general. Yeah. So, I mean, you know, but there's always a double standard. I mean, for their guys. Yep, absolutely. So this is of course. I was also thinking about something. I don't know if we're about to go on a break. But you remember when they broke into the DNC and they got, there was a break in with the DNC. And then all of a sudden, like Lindsey Graham started changing his tune and all these other people started touting Donald Trump. I'm wondering if there's any evidence that are in boxes that were kept in Mar-a-Lago that these people were like this FBI raid is illegal. None of this stuff is all planted. We have no idea what's in there that he was using to blackmail all these people that changed their tune. Maybe it's in one of those bugs. Yeah. Well, we've said that. They broke into the Russia broken to the RNC and the DNC. We've never seen anything that came out. And that's the other thing, Dana, that's being speculated, is the stuff related to Russia, because are we all coming Manafort just finally admitted that he lied 17 times. I guess he passed polling data to Russia. I mean, one of the boxes probably has four copies of the pee tape and we're like great. Exactly. We're going to have to redo the kids game. We're going to have to redo clue, aren't we? Just this whole thing. When you're a special prosecutor, you have to follow the clues. Now you can too with the newest board game from Milton ghastly, Republicans get a clue. You try to guess what's in the sealed envelope.
The Autosport Podcast
"fia" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Knowing what the stewards are going to do, maybe that actually makes the teams play ball more, but I think that again, that's just going to be something that we have to keep an eye on as we move through the season. Are you missing FIA radio? Yeah, a 100%. Because it was a long safety car period as well. It was. And I think I totally understand why they've gotten rid of it, and not to keep going over last season. But they did look like a bunch of mugs, really, through it. To put it lightly. It just what it showed was that sometimes that there isn't a lot of clarity, or there wasn't at that phase of the race control. There wasn't a lot of clarity on certain things. And I think it's to do with the fact that F one is has a bunch of very convoluted rules that are open to interpretation. So it's actually, unfortunately, something that isn't going to go away overnight unless they tighten up those and have black and white rules. But I don't think as a little bit like we touched on with having DRS or not having DRS. I don't think we'll ever be satisfied. In that sense, I would prefer things to be more black and white, a little bit like akin to the whole track limits of the white line. Sweet. We can get on board with that. And I think there does need to be a little bit more throughout F one's rule book of that happening so that we don't get those instances where on the race control radio that we're getting any kind of well, we don't know what's going on at all, actually aren't these teams telling race controller rules is not a good look. If they get that under wraps, then maybe it will make an appearance again, but I think they got burned by it so much last year. It's just going to be something that we now don't have a look in anymore. The relationship between teams and the stewards race control. Yes, at times, a little fractious last year, hopefully we can not talk about 2021, too much and move forward. But that leads me nicely into talking about today's sponsor of the podcast. We can't make this show without our sponsors, and obviously without you listening. And if you want to support our sponsors, if it's of interest to you, let me tell you about better help online therapy relationships take work. Yes, if you are on the pit wall talking to race control, that relationship takes work. But a lot of us drop anything to go help somebody else. We'll go out of our way to treat other people well, but how often do you give yourself the same treatment? You need to look after yourself. You know, a personal story, my wife is a nurse, and sometimes on a Formula One weekend, I can finish it two, three, 4 o'clock in the morning with the work on the podcast and the other things that I do with the team here at auto sport. And then Monday morning rolls around and our three year old baby is waking up and I need to be good dad and my wife always says, look, you don't take care of yourself first. You can't take care of other people. That's her nursing training, kicking in. Well this month, better help online therapy wants to remind you to take care of your most important relationship and that is the one you have with yourself. Whether it's different for everyone, whether for you, it might be hitting the gym, maybe it's just taking the time out, I don't know,.
The Autosport Podcast
"fia" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
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The Autosport Podcast
"fia" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"And he obviously is still wary of them. And quite rightly, it's a brilliant squad. He has been the best Formula One squad for near of a decade now. So never underestimate them, but when it comes to the race tomorrow, they are complete outsiders for the race win. Wow, very rare thing to say about Mercedes and mentioning some of their competitors in this as well. Fast food Bottas Kevin Magnussen Alfa Romeo and Haas, they're not teams you would ever think to be within Mercedes range, but I think that speaks just how good both of their days were. Let's start with the bot ass he qualified headings in 6th place. That means he lines up side by side with Lewis Hamilton on the third row of the grid and he was asked about that and said, how does that feel? And he said, it's pretty cool. And he said that I saw Lewis and we had a chat and we both will sort of smiling. Yeah, it should be good fun tomorrow. He said he hadn't spoken to toto wolf when we chatted to him, but he said, oh yeah, I should probably send him a text or something. So it'd be quite interesting what they say there. Wolfe did also know how good boss ass his performance was, which was quite nice. But for Bottas, going into alpha, it's a long term the early new year would be a long time project, but after seeing that team be, let's face it towards the back, a back mark of the past two years. It's coming, stick it on the third row in his first qualifying. How much confidence does that give him for the team that he's now walked into after 5 great years of Mercedes that he can continue to be a real top operator in F one? Oh, hugely, hugely. It must be massively confidence boosting for Bottas. I mean, you've got what is understood to be pretty lucrative contract at a team that no one had really given any sort of hope to you for this year. But with that engine performance from the Ferrari, he could, if things happen in the front, be on for alpha, Romeo podiums. I don't see why that wouldn't be the case. But yeah, he seems to me with what I was. He's obviously very, very fast qualified. We saw that against Lewis Hamilton, so many times during their time as teammates. Speaking to Dave Robson, one of Williams's senior engineers. It's interesting he was saying that Joe guangyu has clear he's underperformed the car. The car is where Bottas put it. It's not that he outperformed the car. They genuinely think that that is just how strong out for his. And it's the same with us and Hass. If all those awful times eat particularly recently, what a great result for them and Kevin Magnussen, who a month ago, if he told me that Kevin Magnussen was going to qualify 7, the Bahrain Grand Prix, I genuinely, I don't know what I would have done. I would have been like, I'm fascinated to see what's happened. I mean, I wish you didn't take a war for the ultimate result to get that way. But still, what a great result for us. And with Nico hulkenberg back on the grid as well. It's crazy times, but yeah, I will give a mention to Joe gwynne, though, because good display got cuter on his debut P 15. We spoke to him after qualifying and he said that that was his target. He said, if you told him a week ago after how testing gone for alpha that he being here too, he wouldn't have believed you. And yeah, he said that he kind of relaxed a bit once he got to Q two because he was like, right, that's job done. He got a track limits deletion that I believe for one of his laps in Q two. But yeah, he said that he said it was pretty cool. He said, I sort of realized that I'm a Formula One driver. I was just dumb my first qualifying. So yeah, he was a very happy lad. But the happiest lads in the paddock were, of course, Haas, as you mentioned, Alex Kevin Magnussen's 7th on the grid, a brilliant display by them, Mick Schumacher 12th as well, a really, really strong effort from the team after a couple of years of real struggles. What can we expect from Haas in the race? Because banks did have that hydraulic issue in qualifying and is reliability. Is that going to be the big thing for us to have an eye on as they go into the race despite the inherent pace of this car? Oh, absolutely. And unfortunately, it is the same for our as well. They were the two weakest themes on reliability throughout both tests of Barcelona and Bahrain last weekend. Bottas is already on the verge of a grid penalty because he's used the second control electronics store that he's permitted to use to the entire season and before the first race is happened. He's on his second one. So yeah, that's the key thing is the Hass package, particularly fragile. And I think unfortunately, yes it is. It's better to have a fragile but fast car than a slow but reliable one. That's definitely one of the other round because you can make changes hopefully to alleviate these things. It's a bit difficult if it's like an inherent engine problem because they're frozen, but again they can be fixed if it's an enforcement and things like that. But yeah, if I'm very optimistic and Mick Schumacher as well, 12th, his best qualifying in F one. So yeah, good day all around for that team. Very good day for her. And that is our recap of qualifying. But before we finish the podcast, we do of course need to talk about the FIA report into Abu Dhabi. Sega 97 days, but we do have now have some of the findings into what happened with the end of last season. The FIA's report, they put it down to human error by Michael Massey with the race direction towards the end of the race. The report we've got up on in full on the autosport dot com website and there were a lot of recommendations made. There were a brief explain in terms of the new virtual race control rooms, some first information on how that's going to work. There's a new F one sporting director. He's going to be pointed by the FIA. But there wasn't really a lot in there that we didn't already know was kind of my feel from reading the report that was put out by the FIA. I mean, what was your take on it, Alex? Yeah, it's kind of worrying in a way, because there's still sort of references to misunderstandings and things that went happening in academia. People didn't misunderstand what happened. The system allowed for a completely wrong result to play out. It should never have been the case. And I know the safety car rules have been tightened now, changing any for all and things like that. But it should never have been there in the first place. And that's the key issue here. And then it was also kind of a weird one. It sort of, the report, what was released today, almost sort of exonerates massie. Not exonerates, it's probably the wrong word. I mean, it's pretty generous towards him. It's like, you know, they sort of back their man, but also throw him under the bus at the same time by saying it was human error. And it's like, well, it wasn't human error. He interpreted the rules one way and should never have been allowed to do that and shouldn't have done that. Why did he lose his job? It will completely. You'd have a case of saying hang on a minute have I been pretty hard done by here and you have to say he is and also we understand based on a story from our colleague Adam Cooper that Massey wasn't even interviewed with this report..
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"fia" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Auto sport dot com and also spot magazine, I'm Luke Smith, and this is the auto sport podcast. The first Formula One qualifying session of the season is in the books and it is Charles Leclerc who will start on pole position for tomorrow's Bahrain Grand Prix. The clerk defeated Max Verstappen and teammate Carlos Sainz Jr. in a tight end qualifying at the sakhir circuit and Mercedes couldn't get close to the leading drivers leaving Lewis Hamilton and George Russell with work to do as they head into tomorrow's race. Recapping a very busy day of news off track and lots of excitement on track. I'm joined by all sports Grand Prix editor Alex caloris. You said we talked on the way back in the car bats of how our days had been and things like that. And you said it's been a really good day for you. A lot of that was because of just how good a result this was for Formula One. Yeah, I had a very enjoyable day. It started off with I elected not to go to the media karting, which I know you enjoyed, Luke at the Bahrain cutting track. We won't talk about the result. It's fine, it's fine. It's going to die on my single world championship point in Alpine's competition from the other night still. Fair enough. And well done to you for that. Much more sarcastic. Sorry. I was just trying to say good, oh, yes, it's because whilst you were karting, I had a nice Lion, got in my plans for P three, which I was very lucky to get a pit lane tabard, don't normally get that, so there are only available if there are spare ones for the journalists to go in. So I went in, I had a nice time studying the sun outside the Mercedes garage for a feature that I'm going to do for a little sidebar feature. Addition to the race report for this week's auto sport magazine. And yeah, it was just great being able to watch that sort of stuff up close. I'm not sure if it came through in any of the TV feeds, but at one point George Russell actually hopped out of his car, took his shoe off because there was a problem with it or something in it or something, which I thought you know, nice little detail, never would have seen otherwise, but yes, you're quite right. Then it got into qualifying, which was an amazing session. It sort of feels particularly good because we've spent the last week and a half here watching testing where everybody constantly goes on them all these times and meaningless since the usual blah blah blah phrases. Now something really proper has happened. And as you say, it's a great result for Formula One. It's a great result for people who are interested in news stories and interesting things happening because I honestly came into the day fully expecting Max Verstappen to put it on poll and as we'll come to later walk off into the distance and win the race. The fact that Charles Leclerc is starting on pole, max's second, Carlos Santi's third, Sergei Perez, is again a way off the pace in fourth, means we have a really, really interesting race in our hands. So yeah, I'm very chuffed. Right the way through preseason we'd seen from Ferrari this kind of serenity. They all seem pretty confident, but I've seen quite chirpy even at points. And I think that there was all this talk about what Ferrari could do. Then we saw in fpt they went for SAP and put in that lap. We thought, it's maybe not going to happen that Ferrari are going to be a step behind. Come qualifying though, Carlos Sainz Jr. said he felt very far behind Charles Leclerc right the way through the weekend made a big step forward took provision on Paul and then that final battle for poll what 1.129 seconds in it between the three of them really, really close. Alex, I mean, the Ferrari hype train and I've talked about it a lot. I know, but how much confidence can Ferrari take from this result? They had a poll in Baku and Monaco last year. But this one feels a little bit different, I think. Oh, absolutely. I mean, I think the key thing here is the engine gains. I think there's one team principle this evening is already said the Ferrari engine is now the best in Formula One and there is complete evidence of that because Valtteri Bottas is 6th in the Alfa Romeo and Kevin Magnussen is 7th and a half, and those are the Ferrari customer teams that were last and second to last last year and obviously in the Claire pointed this out to me in the press conference. They have made their own games with their chassis designs in 2022 and of course it's the big rules reset, but there have been no massive steps forward at other squads. The order apart from Mercedes going backwards is still relatively how it was in 2021. So what's the big difference? The engine. So it's a fantastic performance from Ferrari's engine department, something that science was keen to praise the cleve as well. But interestingly, both Red Bulls still top the speed trap and it's obviously shows you how we know the drag levels, the very the way the energy is deployed through the hybrid systems that's going to impact things, but they just know that that Red Bull is really really, really slippery, really, really wrap it in a straight line as well. So yeah, it's not going to give Ferrari total domination, but it's enough to put them in the fight. Now I think there's a few things that's interesting. I think Verstappen and Red Bull probably underperformed. He talks about making changes in Q three and it all went awry because it looked very, very good for Verstappen in Q two. But leclerc equally was saying that that wasn't a smooth session he said he wasn't happy with his driving that there were mistakes. I think he even said at one point that you need to dropped it at turn 7 on his earnings final app that got in poll. Science as well equally should probably be kicking himself a little bit if that middle sector have been stronger as you say leak it's such a tiny margin. Our first career poll could have been there. But it's definitely great to see Ferrari in the hunt. As I know we're going to come to I am skeptical about whether they can win the race tomorrow, although we have a certain prediction or prediction is the right word for the race start. Anyway, let's come to that later. No, let's come back now, I think. I think with Red Bull, you said that Verstappen and Red Bull might be underperformed a little bit today. You mentioned Sergio Pérez earlier as well. He's going to be starting forth, but he was never really in the poll fight. What did Verstappen have to say about his session afterwards? I mean, how do you sort of explain what areas have he touched on, did they underperform? And what from your analysis.
Not Another D&D Podcast
"fia" Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast
"Crew is back studio including first off jake hurwitz feeling kind of nido writing atop of beato has. That's my steed. Yo you in for that and we had an entire plane that do things we need you to watch a movie and take a nap. And then of course we've got emily oxford iron no in of square via beginning. And of course called. Tanner the retriever of the quill. Who can't kill duffin. -sorts here is will both of you are dead now off camera dead. Hurry natural code. Oh sorry vido. Rhyme worked turns out that shakes in that clogs. Cirque licht was just full of disease. Yes this is our first time. All back in the to joe since probably like episode Eighty eight or eight. We only done like three or four episodes of campaign one remote. I don't recall. it's so easy for someone to look. It's been a year and a half. Yeah yeah we did. The last twelve episodes of camping one remote thank audible well. Everyone's is so much longer than mine. And i feel very self conscious about it. Yeah we have neat hair loser take care of yourself. Look the same pre imposed kkob. What the sorry a hate this about myself Sweet guys right. Every i shave. Let's go ahead and do a little recap so last time. Fia chrissy and johnny snuck into the vault keeper ethical tower and navigated a series of puzzles. Along the way feel learned some disturbing news. That mocks zora had brought book far to athens. Four in hopes of extracting information only to inspire the vault keeper to create book far like creatures in his lab. You confronted the nacro manser. Who book fars magic to create his own familiar. Dome var poser. Only four fia to counter spell him. Yeah you did keep it grip. What number did you get. That would be a natural critical twenty. Okay just wanted to get quick reminder. Wanna live today. I'll go back and edited out. I swear to god. I will during the ensuing fight chrissy. Bravely went toe to toe with athens but was knocked out and left clinging to life. Luckily johnny was able to swap places with him and give him a little time during which johnny were able to kill the vault keeper afterwards. A dying chrissy managed to pass his bet saving throw allowing just enough time for fia johnny to bring him back up e. thanks to a classic. Johnny swab this is all happening in tandem. With billy. Zirk and hank facing captain donovan. Calhoun in the veto cave now. The no the two parties are sets to converge at the vault door skin. Can i hear a lot. Doesn't it.
The Next Level Life Podcast
"fia" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast
"They bring on team one of the biggest challenges i see. A lot of businesses have is that they white until that busy busy busy period where they like. Oh my god. I'm under the pressure. I now need to hire and they hire from a place of fia and scarcity right. They hire in a place where they rushed in there stressing and they're worried about the impact. That's going to have and trying to do all things at once or trying to serve their clients at the same time as leading attain the same time as employees interviewing employing on boarding all of those things which then can have an impact on the business short term and long term. Because if you're not on boarding your employees with the right mindset with a really good process which if you haven't even developed just yet and you're hiring from under pressure then that can impact the results at created with the clients. So this is where i was chatting with this client that you know you could. You could actually set yourself up to be prepared to take on new clients in three months time. So they're on almost like a white with you or they on retainer with you all they..
The Pomp Podcast
"fia" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast
"It's the safest assets it's the king of all assets this time but more importantly than than that. It's a vote of what you want the future to look you. I i think you. I think you either believe that. that It's okay for a small number of people to control all others and they can print money all they want and everybody else's a slave to that system or it's not if you believe that it is okay For for that tap. Who should those people be because throughout time people that Through history you see people changing their minds ego arrogance Humans are humans. Change your minds. And and i will do trust monetary policy to people who change their minds. Crate that In a few can play that forward where things are moving with. Ai in robotics. I don't wanna concentrate that power in a small number of people to make decisions over. Everybody else. I would rather have that decentralized so prices in what would happen on. Bitcoin standard is prices would constantly come down so it would enable the free market so prices would so the abundance gained from technology would be more. Broadly distributed yes. It is the primary asset. I would own in today's market. Because of the safety you can move it anywhere And you're not If you remember twelve words you can get on a plane and go anywhere you want. And there's going to be countries competing for for for capital and entrepreneurs the same way they do now on a fia system. They're going to be competing on a bit clinton's book so that provides relative safety for family wealth gain everything else but more importantly because the system can't change itself. You need a faced. You need transition mechanism to allow you to get to the other side from an inflationary monetary policy which might have worked for a long time to one that allows deflation which must be must work Which must be enabled with technology with where technology's going when you think about bitcoin specifically why do you say that it superior to all of the other assets is it something to do with the structure of it is the sovereignty is everything in totality late. Like how do you think through the various options that someone has maybe equities real estate other commodities currencies and bitcoin. Well let's let's look over less hundred years. Real estate would have been the top asset class in its top asset class. Because you can you can leave her it And you can pay back the debt in money that's being devalued overtime and nc you you've taken debts and use the system to be able to pay back debt and cheaper dollars tomorrow and grass price rises now and then if you own ten houses in your neighbor owns one year richer than your neighbor because now you can rent those. Rents go up again with along with inflation as well. The on one hundred houses you wealthier if you're blackstone in competing against private buyers and the real estate market you own more of the wealth so so that system and then if you don't own a houses obviously you're a slave to that to that system working harder and harder as your rent food..
The Next Level Life Podcast
"fia" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast
"Time to dream and it's not about necessarily knowing the how of being able to get there because i say this play out with so many business owners alike all. I don't even want to say what i want. Because then i might actually have to do it or i don't want to say what i want because i don't know the how and that feels scary. It feels like. I should know bit or i should know more. And so they actually don't even declared what want and yet by just declaring what it is that you want the universe will stop conspiring in your favor in order to make that easier into bring you the how right. The how isn't necessarily even your job. You need to ask for what it is that you want and sought to declare that and put it out to the world and sought speaking about it because the mold is that speaking about it more opportunities. Come your way because you're speaking into existence. That's the first one thinking too small and not dreaming big enough. The next one is giving out when things get hot. So i say this as well a lot even in business that we go to go to a certain level and then when things get hotter we we place mall we go back to that conference on because that could just be a patent. You've played out for a long time right. So if it's something that you may have picked up from your mom or dad or someone else in your life and when they got that was they kind of giving up strategy literally just when things got too difficult instead of pushing through and working with the pine and with the firearm with the fia they actually stopped and up on themselves and that then came back to their conference owner. That just keep doing what they knew. Best right so i really want you to be conscious of the fact that is going through these eight. You not taking this as a reason why you cannot succeed. And you'll not berating yourself for it..
Radical Self Belief - The Mojo Maker© Podcast
"fia" Discussed on Radical Self Belief - The Mojo Maker© Podcast
"That is what i'm going to teach you. And even more so now on season four as we move into radical self belief. The book itself is out as well. But i just can't waver on this topic if we have more and more people in our community and accompanies in our countries who are strong and an understand your set of values you set of skills. You sit of talents. it's gonna be such a beautiful place to work from from connected energy but if we're always second guessing ourselves if we're always rolling from fia doubt worry 'blame-shame and goot when never gonna have the conscious decision making chose to come from a place of grounded energy of true intuitive work and of blending skills and purpose together and i think that's what this is really about and today's episode. I'm going to discuss the action behind choosing your thoughts. And the power of being completely connected to recognizing a sub-conscious to tractor or sub-conscious passion and replacing that with a positive thought by being totally prison hints. The topic thought tender. You know is it a good thought or is it not swipe left or swipe ripe does this thought serve highest good or is this the highest good for others or not. I mean we know. Deep down of something is constructive or destructive. And it's really really important. That was there as the topic of woke awareness. Awakening conscious decision making which i catch on with my quantum program and how bringing an audience of living amazing leaders from all ages as we educate i youth. We educate our young leaders. We educated families about making sure. That you back yourself making sure that you understand where you coming from your decision making understand the difference between a reaction and our response you know and that is really really important because it's time for us to break up with overwhelm. It's time for us to break out with feeling exhausted. Confused riddled with self doubt. It's time for us to stop opting out freaking out and giving up because of burn out because we just don't know which way to go anymore and i think we.
On Purpose with Jay Shetty
"fia" Discussed on On Purpose with Jay Shetty
"I've mentioned that amongst begin the growth process with awareness just as we do in facing negatively we want to extend allies fear and take a step back from it becoming objective observers. The process of learning to work with fia isn't just about doing a few exercises that solve everything. It's about changing your attitude toward fear understanding that it has something to offer then committing to doing the work of identifying and trying to shift out of your pattern of distraction every time appears each of the four distractions from fear panicking freezing running away. And barring is a different version of a single action rather a single inaction refusing to accept our fear so the first step in transforming our fear from a negative to a positive is doing just that. Accept your fear to close the gap with fear. We must acknowledge its presence as my teacher told us. You've got to recognize your pain. We were still seated and he told us to take a deep breath and silently. Say i see you to our pain. That was our first acknowledgment of our relationship with fear to breathe in and repeat. I see you my pain. I see you my fear and as we breathed out we said. I see you and i'm here with you. I see you and i'm here for you. Pain makes us pay attention or it should when we say i see you. We're giving it the attention it is asking for just like a crying baby needs to be heard and held breathing steadily while we acknowledged fear. Hoped us calm a mental and physical responses in its presence. Walk toward your fear. The con- familiar with it. In this way we bring ourselves into full presence with fear. When you wake up to that smoke alarm going off. You would acknowledge what is happening in the moment and then you get out of the house. Later in a calm state you would reflect on how the fire started or where it came from. You would call the insurance company. You would take control of the narrative that is recognizing and staying in present time with fear. Try this rate. Your.
Invest Like the Best
"fia" Discussed on Invest Like the Best
"Benefits around certain lunch of products playing with this idea of. If you're part of a program you're going to get additional benefits. I think it's also quite interesting and then more interesting. I think there's going to be continuing section between prime or loyalty programs and what you can do on a blockchain which is very exciting. Because imagine that you can now make those really core users. Some sort of owners of a specific whether it's a token or owners off part of her business that you're using very frequently and i think we're gonna get to see a lot of this intersection between commerce and crypto even more east very easy to explain ride trip distribution. We love it because it can help us. Execute our business with velocity better costs better margins but in the concept of loyalty. I think we're going to get to see a lot more programs build on top of the so. There's going to be on this very interesting intersections. That i think are going to start happening and with very profound impact on retention in marketplace. I'd looked to go a little bit deeper there. It seems like there's something here but it's just hard for me to get my head around. Why will you just described is different from like an amex rewards program or some other sort of rewards program where you're giving something back which can then be spent points can be spent tokens could be spent. What's the difference. Why crypto interesting to you. What might the simplest version of this system. Look like that was different from the equivalent of every dollar. I spend unwrap he. I get a token or a point. And i can spend those points to get a free order sometimes like at a coffee shop or something. I think it's psychologically. If you're a user and i think one of the problems with all of these loyalty programs that we've used forever is that they're not that fungible sometimes you don't spend them sometimes. You don't know that you have them this idea of actually rewards. It's cumbersome you have to go to a platform you have to log gain you have to actually will fly with points is just so many other steps so i think what's really interesting here. Is that not only. You can actually get those benefits and spending immediate. Lena ecosystem like ours. You have certain points. Or certain tokens you can actually spend them and get your products immediately. But if you start seeing actually true value in those tokens than you can actually convert them to fia turn sees or real money which real money now but several different conversation. I think those two things are you can actually spend really fast than get concrete benefits with this things. That are far of my lowest program and.
Blue Lotus Buddhist Temple Podcast
"fia" Discussed on Blue Lotus Buddhist Temple Podcast
"And repeat them stand. May i be me. I be happy me. I be peaceful. Be lobbying and kind person. Do said restore said lester yourself. May i be free prom. Mental physical submarine. May i be free from illness. Fia anger galaxy eagle. What he may. I be pre from all the negative thoughts may be able to take myself happy. Really.
"fia" Discussed on Raceline Radio
"Be nowhere near as high in decibels as the cars were from ninety nine to two thousand four. The whisper quiet but very quick and highly competitive all battery. Formula e series is booked into the false creek neighborhood. June thirtieth through july second. What it means for the city of vancouver and the fans as well. Here's part two. With event promoter and president and ceo of s group inc. Matthew carter partout on race line radio because you don't want cost overruns because that's what stopped the race in montreal in two thousand and nineteen. That's not gonna happen in vancouver in energy you're going to rely on your your expertise in your experience not to let that happen because at the end of the day as i said in the question originally. Somebody's got to pay for this and you. You got a strict budget. And you've got to stick to that. Otherwise the events not gonna have any longevity right exactly exactly and and as you say longevity is the key here i want to build a following this you know Montreal's at toronto's got the indian. We want vancouver to be associated with to have that formula re race. It kind of in my mind sort of closed circle for racing in canada. So i mean. We're covering all sorts of that we in particular covering the theresa which we believe is the future but i can raise funds because the hold of kinda got something to look forward to and while we're on the subject a subject of budgets and money this race figures going to generate somewhere around what eighty million dollars worth of economic impact for the city of vancouver and around three thousand jobs or so then is a huge plus as the city especially the tourism sector of vancouver tries to recover from cova nineteen. That's vital isn't it opposite. The timing was unfortunate and also fortunate at the same time he thought makes sense. Yes i think everyone. Everyone is desperate to get back out to events going. And and hopefully this can be seen as some of the green shoots of recovery coming through and we wanna be caused Yeah there's a. There's a huge economic impact On there's lots of jobs that are going to create a employees as many people as possible as become from vancouver perfect. Yeah as i say. This is all making this a stable event that that used to come matthew carter presidency. E o o s group. One stop strategies would stand for bringing an faa formula e series race to the falls creek area of downtown vancouver next summer for sports net. Six fifty june thirtieth through july. The second going back to the time an auto race was staged on the false creek area in downtown vancouver matthew there was pushed back from the residents and some businesses in that area to the point that the city transport some of them out of the the city for the weekend is an appeasement. You are going to be very plain about this. And this is good to engage a robust dialogue as you described the false creek area. Residents are out the whole process. You know to address impact in the neighborhood like you know street closures and things like that. I mean you've got to be preemptive with the stuff you have to be a good neighbor as well because there are people living right next to where you want to do this right. Absolutely absolutely and he goes back to learning what people have done wrongly in the right. We believe incorrectly in the past and yet we've already had Thrill full meetings with the residents association in larrea The way that we've designed all truck there's gonna be no residents within the confines of the truck so there's some Apartment buildings on the exterior of the truck. But you know we've made sure we've engaged with them and we've included them in our plums and they've been aware of that confidentially. They've been aware that for for many months now And yeah that behind it. I've always for being with people and making show the people away what we're doing and and i think as you all straight on trump and then think well so very much so now obviously the indycar one of the issues then because the noise. And you don't get that with the electric here we're going we're gonna about that in a second here matthew. Let's take a little bit of a map. Walk around verbally. We can you go through. Concord lands along pacific boulevard between griffiths way in quebec street along quebec street between pacific boulevard and central street. Not too different from the indycar course or is it. i'm trying to visualize. Is this in my mind How does it the look similar okay. It similar to the because it's a little bit shorter races on saudi show to trucks a little bit show and it doesn't go around. Bc play so we could. We turned one. Yeah let's practically be fun to bc place and and and cuts dive into the parking lot as you say onto the concord land so for people that are Are aware of on cuba. We have one area is sort of where the soleil ten cents down there in the fall creek. Area i gotcha gotcha. Initial grandstand. seating is for around fifty six thousand sixty thousand. Why that number. Can you expand you have to absolutely we come. Yeah so so. That's a number that we We look at the the attendance formerly races across the calendar. So far um how me sort of we've done all we've research so. Initially we look into talked about fifty six thousand people. If we sell more tickets we can build more gums dundas. Absolutely not a problem until matthew carter with the os group. One stop strategy with their formula e series race plans for the false creek area of downtown vancouver next summer for sports net. Six fifty june thirtieth through july second. And you mentioned it before and certainly upfront. The obvious difference. The formula e cars are battery or electric. So other than a.
"fia" Discussed on Raceline Radio
"Major league racing returns to the streets around the false creek area of downtown vancouver with the all electric formula e series for our friends at sports net. Six fifty how this all came together with a promoter of the event the president and ceo of group inc. We welcome. Matthew carter part one on race line radio matthew. We know the the planning for the vancouver formerly erases been in the works for some time in the in. The city approved the event back in april. But just tell us how good it must have felt when the faa's world motor sport council gave their green light for the vancouver date that must have. That must have felt amazing. Oh yeah you have no idea. it's been a long. It's been a long time coming a long time coming with code it and all the different problems that we faced over the last two years it was It was certainly belief that He finally got signed awesome. Agreed and now we can focus on the real work of getting this gayness been together you know what's interesting. Matthew is the fact that there's a a long in a very deep canadian route to all of this and it's interesting that formula e. ceo is jamie re-glue canadian originally hailing from montreal. He knows the canadian fans how passionate they are about this sport in general and he wants to see this series flourish in work in canada for the long term. And that's that's a big plus. I don't think many people are aware of. Yeah absolutely absolutely on ya. Get jay means one hundred percent behind it which insurance to here and We wanted to make this A staple on the calendar. As i've said in the past want it to be that for years to come so this initial deal is a five year deal but we very much want to see this In the in the long term ends like five ten ten and ten into fifty. Exactly matthew. Carter the president. Ceo of o. S. group one stop strategy bringing formula e series race to the false creek area of downtown vancouver summer for sports net. Six fifty june thirtieth through july second of two thousand twenty two matthew. It's unavoidable let. Let's be realistic. This efi event will be compared to the indycar races that ran in downtown vancouver from ninety nine to two thousand four and while cars fuel itself. Alcohol was not a fossil fuel with immediate pollution danger. The zero emissions factor in all of this has sort of been the foundation of this project from the start. But i be accurate in saying that. Absolutely i think the founders of of os there's four of us. And i think between the four of us we'll move to score in many different areas I mean my background is booming. Along right i'm while he's worked in Indycar and nascar and chump car and told me on formula one as well. We've all got back on the history of of racing. And i think that we between us collectively realized. Electric racing is the way forward. The future and No emissions angle. Their emissions that formula reruns is certainly attractive to us. And we see it. Being the future of racing matthew carter race line radio to the point that this will include a to d the event itself will include today conference foes to affor- focused party on on climate and sustainability to music concerts and then of course the electric vehicle racing. It's a familiar theme. But it's an accurate one matthew more than a race. It's not just the race itself. There's lots going on around this event to isn't there. Yeah yeah we see it more. The festival in Homophobe racist obviously the hall of it. As you say a two day business conference that we're producing in collaboration with company. C too so it's a creative business conference in the theme of business. Confidence will be all about sustainability and climate change and electrification of mobility and hopefully we can merge into the formula re race and with the teens and the the engineers and the product. I run the people that tend to business conference. We'll see how to read the research. Development forming teams are. Doing and let of mobility will pass down into road. Goes matthew major difference from the old vancouver indian. The city tax payers will like this part of it with o s. Being a private promoter there is no required investment from the city of vancouver to stage this race matthew. The obvious question would be there for. Who's footing the bill for this. We all are you. Are you say private promotes right again. As i took some before. We've got a history of motor racing. And i think we like to say that we've seen promoters all over the world that have done. Things have done things wrong trying to make sure that we take all the rioting. None of the One of those things to make sure that this is a stable event and in order to be a stable event in my opinion you you need to be able to rely on your own thumbs and to from this thing yourself rather than rely on public from so public from collected Officials can be replaced. And we don't want to be a massive so with funding ourselves We've got a very very strict budget. on a very robust budget and everything works as i said before we spent two years putting this together and we're really looking forward to getting older so there part one of our interview with the promoter of next. Summer's formerly erase in vancouver. Matthew carter this thing is going to be very very cool. Indeed part to comes along in our second-guessed segment a little later. Okay well let's.
Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror
"fia" Discussed on Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror
"I don't know it depends on the situation. I don't think i would do it voluntarily for a for profit company that that thought they had a good idea of what to do in the name of improvement. I'm very suspicious of in the name of improvement too. So i think i might have left the question that totally works. You say that. Let you use your skeptical and cautious about these things. I mean we do fear change and you know. Sometimes it's quite right fair these things you know they might not have been properly tested you. Maybe it's as you say when it's done by companies just out for the biggest profit. They may hide side effects that people wouldn't really be interested in. But why did you want to actually because the whole novel is really kind of going deep into the kinds of fears that we have whether or not they founded. And you know why did you specifically want to look at the the fia around change and the fear around changing technology. I think that's one of the things that i come back to a lot. Most writers have their themes. And i think. I think probably fear of change is one of my in like a sort of echoes with the song for new days. Well the character that i usually find the easiest entry way through is usually the one who is being cautious about something so i'll usually start out exploring an idea with the question. How could this go wrong. Which is usually wear plot lives into you start with the people who were suspicious and who have ideas of how it could go wrong then you can also find the other ways that they didn't even think of life and then you can start looking for the things that could go right as well But i think i'm fascinated by brains and i'm fascinated by by you know the ways the things that we can manipulate. I'm fascinated by the fact that there are specific areas that are associated with specific things that you can..
Not Another D&D Podcast
"fia" Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast
"Grabs henry shoulder and leans on him a little harder than he meant to And with that we will cut over to fia fia have just secured the toilet radium. What would you like to do well via his look through her spell book trying to find a way to make this place too. Heavy teleport sells high enough to try to counter spell the telephone. Yes go go ahead and give me your perception or an insight check and by the way i will say fia as we head over to you you do hear a calm voice over like a loudspeaker go twenty minutes until teleportation condemning what the fuck eighteen eighteen okay via you are on one side of the lab here and you see that that the inner lab in the middle dislike big metal box right you see on the one side of it. You're not on the other side so you don't know if there's more to it or anything but you do see that almost like a fire alarm or something. It has like shattered glass like some glass was broken to get to it. There is a level that is down and there is a scientist there that is holding it down and there are three guards around him and it looks like He is if not the only one controlling the reporter is one of the people controlling the teleport. Certainly i am going to try to manage hand level up. These phone beat wait. This won't be. They'll just immediately put it back down via with that insight you would imagine it takes time to charge the whole fucking lab to teleport like there's a reason it's taking minutes okay. Then yes i will try to the level up fia peak out from a little 'cause i'm no longer invisible. I have to concentrate on keeping the twilight just peak out through the door and try to make up the ladder. Go ahead and give me a arcana. Check i to say this person is there holding it down there. Actively holding it down may chant usually only does five pounds of pressure. But i will say that you can use your magic to try to overpower this person. Also they're not actively tensing their muscles flexing and holding it down so the hand can attack activate magic items or carry more than ten bright but somebody is literally holding the lever down. So what i'm saying you are going to do in our khanna check against their passive strength.
Native America Calling
Remains of Alaska Native Student to Be Returned to St. Paul
"The remains of an alaskan native student buried more than one hundred years ago. At the carlisle indian school in pennsylvania will return to alaska the us army starting the process to return the remains of ten native students buried at the school. According to a us army press release nine students from the rosebud sioux tribe and one student so fia titov is identified as valued so entered the school in nineteen hundred. One died in one thousand nine hundred six w itf reports. Sofia's remains will be returned to saint paul island. the school operated from eighteen. Seventy nine to nineteen eighteen.
Bald and Blonde
Uncertainty Does Not Equal Fear
"I see a lot of fia out in the world today because of the uncertainty and i wanted to share with people that uncertainty does not equal fear. We can go a different way with uncertainty. And i think it's important for people to understand that just because things are uncertain doesn't necessarily main that they negatives. I agree with you wholeheartedly. And the other aspect. I think would be worthwhile to put a little bit spotlight on gently and have look. Stop being a control freak. I have to laugh. Because i used to be well. It was the only way i felt like. I had any power any say in my life because siamese things out of my control that this things i could control i grasped really hot and not too great comes e the people carry on daisy
AP News Radio
EU Agency Says People Should Get 2nd Dose of AstraZeneca Too
"And he you agency says people should get that second shot of the AstraZeneca rather than some of the vaccine the FIA's the European medicines agency says citizens who received the first those of AstraZeneca's could be nineteen vaccine should get that second one two despite the rare risk of blood clots that would be linked to the shot in guidance the E. U. drug regulator says people should continue to get a second ashes I think it does four to twelve weeks off for the first one the Amsterdam based drug regulator said earlier this month there was a possible link between the AstraZeneca vaccine and let blood clotting disorders but he said the benefits of getting shots outweighed the risks I'm Charles collect as much
Perseverance rover makes tracks on Mars
"A short drive two weeks after touching down to seek signs of past life on Mars. As an engineer on a saree FIA shared photos with reporters during a teleconference the wheel tracks that we left on Mars. I don't think I've Never been happier to see wheel tracks that I've seen a lot of them. And this is just a huge milestone for the mission. Mission managers say. The six wheeled rover called perseverance put just over 21 ft on its odometer during a half hour test drive this week as the scientists have also announced that they've named the site where the rover touchdown. And honor of the late sign fit science fiction writer Octavia Butler. The stock market came roaring back on Friday
Perseverance Rover Makes Tracks on Mars
"Has taken its force first, a short drive two weeks after touching down to seek signs of past life on Mars. As an engineer on a saree FIA shared photos with reporters during a teleconference. You can see the wheels fact that we left on Mars. I don't think I've Never been happier to see wheel tracks that I've seen a lot of them, and this is just a huge milestone for the mission. Mission managers say. The six wheeled rover called perseverance put just over 21 ft on its odometer during a half hour test drive this week as the scientists have also announced that they've named the site where the rover touchdown And honor of the late sign for science fiction writer Octavia Butler. The stock market came
A Conversation With Leisl Leighton And Iain Ryan
"I always like a book where you learn something and enlist layton's latest. It is a whole vocabulary. Welcome back to published or not lay so thanks for having me janet. Lovely to be here. This vocabulary includes knots. Szucs carribean is monte hitches and belay ropes. What are you doing if you using these. Well you climbing specifically you're doing external climbing outside climbing up clemson things yet map mountain climbing. This has made read straightened very famous. we'll read my Hero of climbing fia. He is a television star. I'm here and his best. Might from school. They always liked to do extreme sports. And they priced videos online of themselves. Doing extreme thing particularly back love to climb the mountains in the world and they got a television series of the back of these videos. They did an exit of grew from there and he became very famous. Least to matt and climb yourself to experience some. I didn't I mean i've i i love. I love the mountains. And i'm. I'm an avid skier and been to a number of very high skiing. Places in the world is mountain climbed myself. I've done some exiling. Which i've i've really enjoyed but not the climbing match but my husband and my son are into rock climbing Actually does rock leng squad. I got along information from him. I you know i had. I had internal sources. The title of your book is climbing. Fia what's wrong. What's read Dots with him trying to climb a vice where he has climbed a lot and he can't and it comes out that six months ago he was in a a deadly accident and where his best friend of our doing a climb for the television shire and things went wrong and his friend died. Rate was injured but he is finding that he just can't climb anymore. That fear overtakes. He has panic attacks. That's one of the. The meanings of the taj mahal is is. The climbing team is sort of more internalized aspects of of the title to wound on. The country is a childhood friend. Reads natalie. She's also tasteful would she may be more internally fearful yet she's had a bit avert tragedy happened to her as well her she was married to a man who was in the army and he got. Ptsd after a couple of tours. I've says he refused to get proper treatment for us and it ended up with him shooting. Natalia and himself she survived but he did not so she says she feels the need to start a new life again and so she returns to the place that she grew up as a child that always comforted her and that she thinks it's going to be a really great place to take her daughter. Chilly in this. This place has bob bob east ethic. Everybody should have a bob in their life. Maybe that's well. Bob was actually in spot a little bit by a few people that i've met in my life one of them specifically actually who was an owner of a horse riding camp. I used to down to win when i was a teenager and there was the place called. Say missed palomino stuff. Actually mentioned in the acknowledgements signed by the raid family. And bob was the matriarch of that family and yet she was just a very special person very warm and loving but strict to to all the kids that went there. My bobby's much more gregarious than Than you know. The the read matriarch for husband. She's says she very much inspired character. But it's also little bits and pieces of other people who have been in my life as well that i just wanted to give a nod to the kind of people who have backed by nerve certain families whether those families are born or might will.
The Wellness Consumer Is Motivated By Fear
"That shame. And fia are the biggest motivators of consumer behavior. And i mentioned this yesterday as well in terms of the wellness industry that the wellness industry if we look at it through these lanes is really one. That's been built on a foundation of fear. The wellness can schumer is motivated by a fear of illness have not been well and the reason i think that's an important discussion to have is because we in the wellness industry tend to be a pretty positive bunch. We don't like to be seen as negative and fear of course is conceded negative emotion and so if our consumers are motivated by fear and yet we in the industry seeing things through rose colored glasses. Are we missing the mark in terms of our messaging towards our consumers or even worse. Are we missing the mark in terms of the products and services that we are creating for our wellness consumer because if the wellness consumers motivated by fear and we are only seeing things through positive lens with potentially missing the mark. I think. And that's why. I think it's a good potentially important discussion to have an
Inside the Spa Business | Spa
Are Fear And Shame The Biggest Motivators Of Buying Behaviour?
"Another little insular picked up from tilbury. Dell's book the seven laws of direct marketing. I'll put a link to till's website in the comments below so you can go and check him out but this idea that much of al behavior is subconscious or unconscious is not new similarly when it comes to buying behaviour. The idea that much of our buying behavior and purchasing decisions are driven by emotions rather than rational thought is not a new concept either. That's something i've spoken to you about before on this show but what i found interesting until this book is when he talked about shame and fear being of the biggest emotional drivers when it comes to purchasing decisions. And it's still suggest if you think about the fitness industry. The beauty industry the dating industry the pornography industry. Even all of these industries are driven by. Shame i don't fit in. I'm not pretty enough. Not good enough. That's what is driving these industries. That's the emotion that's driving people's buying behavior and when it comes to fear or we're living through fear right now with this covid nineteen situation. The insurance industry The medical industry the wellness industry even the the wellness industry is being driven by fia. It's not that we're being but we're running towards getting better where running away from getting worse and as till suggested these book we run much harder when we're running away from something with the we're running toward something and so think about your business through the lens of fear and shame being motivated for your customers to make their buying decision and if you understand that and accept that then what you can do is start applying. Better your your marketing to make sure that you've got the right products and services for them but particularly or messaging to make sure that your messaging is trying to trigger those emotions of fear and shame because that's what ultimately is driving people's buying behavior. It's an interesting thought. And i actually think it's got a lot of merit.
TED Talks Daily
An aerialist on listening to your body's signals
"Over my career as an aerialist. I've learned to listen to signs from my body. He's most important job is to keep me alive this visceral sensation. Fear can be part of the fun. Why do you think we go on. Roller coasters watch are movies. Or in my case. Fly through the air but it will only be funding. We have choice in those moments. Those who enjoy horror movies do so when they know they can look away. When i swing through the edge to take the hands of a pot and a high up in a circus tent ultimately i have a choice of releasing if i trust that person to catch me listening to these signs is an incredibly important life skill and not just for renton junkies like me. If we don't know how to listen and respond to are warning signs of fear. We risk being overwhelmed by a fight flight or freeze stress response when teaching circus. I say my students feel the sensations every day and when they do there's a unique opportunity to talk about them to acknowledge and trust those feelings including how to say no and something doesn't feel right. This is a great foundation for communication about bodies elsewhere. The isn't scary awkward. It's normal unexpected. Because the truth is i'm not just teaching circus skills and teaching consent alongside teaching circus. I have the privilege of working with hundreds of young people each year in my role as a sexual harm prevention educator. I hear their stories firsthand annoy from statistics and experience that the majority of survivors no therapies and teenagers experience high rates of intimate partner violence. That is from someone that dating young people want to know how to talk to each other about intimacy. The more i helped teenagers undestand sexual consent. The more i realize learning aerial can help us navigate life on the ground. So let me explain what. I mean by teaching consent through circus. Let's imagine it's your first time on a trapeze. Usual instruction might go something like okay. You're going to hook your legs over the box climbing up the ropes. Pull yourself to sit. And don't like god. This approach is driving. Something forward without fully checking in with the person and is focused on what i want from them. I'm telling them how to move their body and win. Regardless of the comfort or fia this often results in terrified beginners. Who never come back. Meanwhile the way now talk to my students gives a lot more kids. The person ensuring fully informed ready and parts of the conversation. How do you feel about it. Yeah i feel. I could probably do it. Do you want to have a guy that's it. Yes yeah but the inside of your foot. It yes not. How's that feel perfect. Good and i'm going to put your hand on your back there. You go. I'm going to hold onto your like then i'm gonna put my hand here now. Do you feel safe to put your hand on the ball. How's that for you okay. Going forwards and backwards. We got you this type of language like how you feeling. Are you okay with my hand. Here help circus performers succeed. I believe it also reduces the risk of accidents as a result of my students trusting and being able to act on what they feeling at any given moment. This specificity is required later in life. If and when someone wants sexual intimacy but because it's not a normal part of our interactions it can feel so oakwood and people might think it's easier to say less but saying less can lead to ambiguity problems and potentially abuse there is of course no specific script for the language of consent. The tone and words will be unique to you. It's just a slight reframing of our lexicon to inject choice anytime we're interacting with others bodies intimately or otherwise for example using i when i'm talking about what unfeeling and questions more than statements when it involves the other person
Fake 5G-coronavirus conspiracy theory leads to real abuse and damage
"It's easy enough to laugh off fake conspiracy theories that seemingly five g. with the spread of the coronavirus. But there are some serious real world consequences I'm Roger Chang, and this is your daily charge. With me is Katie Collins or senior European correspondent. Thanks for joining me Katie thank you for having me. I'm very excited to be here a while we're excited to have you. So. You've got a great story that really puts a human face on the end result of these conspiracy theories. But before we get into it, let's recap things for our listeners. What exactly is being said about five G. Well, a variety things really. I mean it's all started off from the fact that that being conspiracy theories around network technology for as long as it's existed almost, and but at the beginning of this year, we saw a new spate conspiracy theories appearing online that basically said that five G. was causing or it was at linked to the spread of corona virus. So either some people have been saying that it's directly responsible for transmitting the virus, which is scientifically impossible. An other people have been suggesting that fifty. The radiation through five eleventh, your immune system makes you more likely to catch grin virus and basic these things. CATEGORICALLY NOT TRUE Yeah and I've actually I've watched a couple of videos they've been shared to me by a couple of acquaintances on facebook asking if if these are legit and. After watching them like I can see why can easily be fooled because they sound legitimate they've got. Cut a British sounding voice. Speaking with a bit of authority usually someone who says I used to work for Vodafone rates to work for ee at let me tell you these copies noted stage and like if you if you don't know enough about five G. Technology, you'll you'll miss out little inaccuracies that are thrown out there and so I can see why why the folks are buying into this but. To your point. Conspiracy theories around networking and seller technology been around for a long time. Two G. Three. G.. There's constantly a debate over whether or not the radiation from these. Technology is actually harmful and and that's still kind of. Up in the air right within really. Conclusively proved lower the other but. This is the first time that people are acting out on these conspiracy theories this thinking. So why is that why? Why are people taking action now? Yeah it's really interesting because as he say in this is kind of we started to I'm friends and family sharing these conspiracy set before us to be kind of. Just be popular among the kind of each group on the Internet. And I think that the reason that this is really become if not mainstream than. More broadly popular is the fact that. I spoke to professor at the University of Oxford he's been researching. The spread of conspiracy theories throughout the coronavirus outbreak and he said that you know it's really created the FIA at that people feeding generally. everything's unstable right. Now, the fact that people have come that trust in people in charges is really in doubt move at the hospital before is created this kind of perfect conditions full. Theories to really spread because you just that. That doubt really that we have in everything and is is making perhaps more open to to also of new ideas that we hadn't considered before for sure I mean we've seen this in politics obviously the the pizza gate conspiracy theory ended up resulting in someone actually taking action in shooting up a pizza parlor in DC so. Clearly, people are acting more more of these. You've spoken to some of the folks who have endured the harassment to these telecom workers. Tell me that. Yes. So We've seen across the we've seen a variety of and. In which people being acting out from people, attacking masts to people approaching telecom work in the streets, and they've just been going about their daily jobs. Most of the time trying to fix people's broadbands. Chance, to resolve. Problems with telephone lines, the kind of usual day today stuff, and they have people perching them and being mainly verbally abusive to them some some of them have been. Victims of more serious assaults as well, but the people I've spoken to largely. Fussy they went and they didn't have anything to do with five G. Anyway a misconception and you know they had members of the public approaching them and swearing it them Telling them that kids Wigan to get sick because they heads. Because they were working on five G.. Being quite threatening in a threatening to. Interfere with the equipment they were installing. Ole Maintaining In some cases to kind of get make a quick getaway, an other cases they were. Mania cable I think the one common theme that I that I discovered when I spoke to these people who is the fact that they all really in a in the past just felt totally safe doing their jobs that quite to talking to members of the public and very happy to do. So that's just kind of being out in about consternation meeting New People. That's just. That work and now they feel this real trepidation an they feel very wary about meeting people what might happen to them when they're just out during the jobs.
Jonny Gould's Jewish State
Eva Schloss on Holocaust forgiveness
"This S Charlie Goals Jewish. States those who listen for those who are willing to listen. Now. Thank you very much. tweed action. and. I've. Lived a long time and have experienced a lot of wonderful things but Israel. I'm believable Bihar. And of course, it leaves it says sign on my way overlooking. World. Let's just bring it back to today in this country. I think it's fair to say that British Jews experienced a visceral form of antisemitism that they have never done before with the election of Jeremy Corbyn, the leader ship of the Labor Party and the genuine threat that should he have won the election in December twenty nine hundred thank goodness didn't that Future, existence in the united. Kingdom. was under threats. Can I ask you in this for years of quite quite considerable pain for the Jewish community here? Could you feel parallels with what she experienced in Vienna announced the damage as a child not at all not at all and no people's starting to be afraid he upset about it. But as always say Sicily announcing and you know unfortunately antisemitism has always been and always be I don't know why but it is affects. Who is essential his and? It does it's just. It's language. So it's subsequent assist inborn in the people, but it is thus Mention it just same. Like what this I'm doesn't. Nazi. Time. So I must say, it doesn't really bother me and mustard personally offend million may. Not experienced any antisemitism in again thank you for making that clear. Now, you lived in the same apartment block in Amsterdam and frank, and you were only a month apart in Asian. Playmates together in early teenage, and then in nineteen forty two, you both went into hiding to avoid the Nazi effort to capture Jews in Amsterdam. Now, you'll family was captured by the Nazis after being betrayed by double agent in the Dutch underground and transported to Auschwitz. You father and brother didn't survive the ordeal, but you and your mother were barely alive while you afraid by Soviet troops in nineteen, forty five. How Did it feel. To have left your home city of the Anna. To try and create new life understood them. And for that to happen to you, even as you fled from way you used to. Well as it was. At tangible tangible time. Have a very happy little girl in Australia had old plaza who was Like older process should be very protective for me. I have a sort of a viable child. It was much more at a bookworm and he had to be all his stories which he was dating Again. Pants. Kaslow's advice Elliott wonderful family life, and then to go to Belgium. Glad we got out of Australia Benny. Many of our family members didn't because it was spent thirty eight. It was very difficult to get past the German Jews had already gone to England and land, and France and everywhere, and most of those companies did the daily want any more Jews? So only if you're somebody special. got visas any more. But advising referenced in Jim and then Mefatha actually lift in Holland and remain Belgium, and of course, the war stock that my father had asked to get as well to Holland because in a war board as will be closed and view may not be able to see. So in in forties ewing's a wall that in February nineteen forty because visas to for three months to visit by Fassa in in Holland. So relief like you say on the same Dressy not an apartment block, it was a hold area of. More than it'll buildings and there was eleven years old. But of course, you know ahead on trust French said ahead to Dutch Andam. difficult to accept that Baz also children and even by the teaches and. So lost all my confidence. became shy Biz stone but friendly and eventually settled down. But of course, the Nazis invaded. And, of course, a measures Jewish people started to come. And for two years VI IN FIA to be arrested. And in nineteen forty two, then southbound young people go to call up notice have to come to a place respect pex given exactly start Schefter Blake to deported to Germany to work in German factories. But Zach to him benighted forty-two most of German Jews had been deported to get us or two camps. So why on Earth should your one more young Jewish be to Cup to Germany? So Zet sit time when Anna's Fazah auto frank and my father and many other Jewish feminists is cited civil send Sam young people, but we would go into hiding. While I was just sit at ten years old. And my father called us together. And he said, hence, you not going to set you we going to hiding. But we couldn't find a family who was to take it for people. So we have split up. I go visit my Mazda enhance feel bismuth files. And that started to cry. And did not want to be separated the game.
Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood
How constant surveillance puts protesters at risk
"As black lives matter protests continue around the country police are using facial recognition and all kinds of other technology to arrest protesters and organizers, and while in some cases, the people arrested did commit crimes. After the fact, arrests can have a chilling effect on free speech and lead to cases of mistaken identity. They also show us just how much surveillance is part of our lives. Simone Brown is a professor at Ut Austin. She's also author of the book dark matters on the surveillance of blackness. She told me about how police identified and arrested a protester and Philadelphia there was a tattoo on her arm and she was wearing a t shirt. That was you know quite. Said Keep, the immigrants deport the racist and so the police used the images of her. They went to find out you know where did she get this shirt made and they found her comment that she made on Oetzi they looked at her instagram they looked at her linked in profiles and they were able to match her this image to identify her and she was eventually charged. So all this is to say that there's still just kind of trails of data actually that we leave about ourselves that is being used to form a case to what extent to your knowledge is some of this technology being used to find arrest protesters and even protest organizers. Chilling effect that organizers but also the ACLU became quite aware and worked to challenge was around twenty, fifteen, twenty sixteen or so this company Gio Fia, which is really a company that's kind of social media analysis company that was working on hand in hand with various policing agencies to monitor key words, black lives, matter protests, Jihad all of these things were then tagged and flag to. then. In some cases visit, you'd have a policing agency, visit a potential protester, and of course, if you go onto Gio phidias website now there's like nothing really just contact information, but we know if something is out there if gop has gone, another company will pop up and you know fill in that gap when you layer on all of this technology that you described, it sounds like. It could be relatively accurate and I could see police departments falling into the idea that you know that although there have been concerns facial recognition is now is accurate once you add. In social media like this should work. Great. What is the push back to that and so the idea of something you know working great. If just one person is wrongly. Identified, say, for example with facial recognition technology, then it's not working at all these technologies rely on this idea that they are perfect correct but they really they really aren't and so people are asking for a pause because these technologies are not outside of this system in which we live in where you know black people are criminalized right how do you feel like this? The longterm implications of this surveillance might play out will people be less willing to take the risk of exercising their right to protest? I don't think so I think in terms that people you know we're in the middle of a pandemic and yet people are still you know risking a lot to go out and protest and demand something better I think one case and I'll give you an example that I think is important is in terms of DNA collection, and so a lot of people want to their armchair genealogists are also want to find family or some type of connection and they use a company like say twenty three and me or ancestry dot com or jet match, and that same company Jed match was then recently purchased i. Think just last year by a company that has close ties to you know a policing agency and this company is not just about finding long lost relatives, but they save their primarily for forensic analysis. So the question of whether it's sea or whether it's ancestry dot com it's like we have to really think about what happens to that data. Well, it's interesting. It's it feels like it's a thing that that privacy researchers have warned about for a long time that there is essentially a big web of surveillance and were leaving tracks all the time and that it isn't always obvious what the harm might be. Until something like this happens exactly. But you know they're also tech one of the places that I looked to see you know what's what's the future perhaps for the future that's already here is looking at airport security and there have been a lot of push in terms of AI enabled technologies to. Assess risk to assess threat and one of the things that you know a few companies are starting to develop now is emotion recognition, and so that might be that a traveler present themselves at an airport speak to an Avatar one company. Avatar actually stands for Automated Virtual Agent for truth assessments and this Avatar will then ask them a series of questions and then measurements are then taken. By the changes in their voice by. Heat or sweats or any type of what what might be termed a micro expression. Of guilt like your heart rate, increasing those types of things, and then assign a certain threat category to see if that person might be a threat to airport security, and so I don't necessarily know if these types of technologies are being used to monitor protests, activists and other moments of rebellion, but it is something to look out for. That pause was yeah that's. Terrifying. IS THEIR EAR recognition? Is that a thing? Yes. And so there's there's recognition of everything and it's almost like throwing something to the wall and seeing. What hits but the air's been it's a relatively stable part of the body. And that has been known since Al Proteon, which is said to be the father of forensic. Sciences. was using that in the eighteen hundreds as a stable way of recognizing or. Identifying the human body to catalog them, and so there are researchers that are working on every part in piece of the body that you could think imaginable as a way to try and. Shore. Up, this idea. which is just an idea that the human body is stable that the human can be categorized and identified, and we know that's Bodies don't work that way but you know the science does. Your book is called dark matters on the surveillance of blackness. We've been talking about this in the context context of protest. Why is this surveillance of particular concern to Black Americans? It's a particular concern because it's has been the state you know I say surveillance is the facts of anti blackness not only in the US but globally, and so it's been a concern here in the US for centuries we thinking about slave patrols, plantation control, all of these technologies that were. Put in place. To deem black people as. Outside of the right to have rights, but it's also why I think it's important to study the history of surveillance within transatlantic slavery within Plantation Slavery because it also offers US moments of resistance and moments of rebellion and escape to something different something that looks like freedom. Simone. Brown is a professor at Ut Austin and author of the Book Dark Matters.
"We have a lot to talk about today. None of which involves Joe Rogan. So that's why here that's why you're here. You go ahead and hang up because we're not talking about that today whatsoever. Not were not Besides that you can hear conversations about that literally anywhere else but no one's about and all by every single man however that has mouth has spoken about that other guy so or written articles about it. I challenge you all those people that are listening right now to send us some thought leadership on this situation written or spoken about by a woman other than Cara Swisher because she did talk about it on her. Show mind you. That's a Co hosted. Show but anyway go ahead but don't send it to us because we don't care we don't care but no one talking about this news worthy item which is to show better. Hori is a much better story. This this is a news. Worthy item is about the show. Call Her Daddy. Don't want anybody in the chat right now. Everybody has anybody listen to the show. Call her daddy or are you familiar with their current drama in the chat on not in the actual show? 'cause I've been down a rabbit hole rabbit holes with this show. It's a show by a twenty six and twenty seven year old women so Fia and twenty eight. I believe just their names are Sophia. Alex even co hosting the show for while they with The network Barstool sports and as little as a few weeks ago they were best friends. I don't know if they were roommates or not. I thought they were. That's why I'm like going. I wonder who's living like so anyway. Keep going they were roommates. They were friends they were there. Show is about sexual health and basically talking about who they're having sex with dating nowadays and how it all works and whatever and connects. Do how what it's like. It's kind of like love. Line you guys but without Dr drew like there is no Dr drew. It's just the other guy. What's the other guy? Adam Adam Curle but now Adam Corolla has morphed into eight twenty six and twenty seven year old girl women and they are both like Adam Corolla talking about dating and sex and random things for an hour or so because sometimes our shows are really long. So that's the vibe of what it is it's and it's sort of like I think it's kind of like our show to some degree though jess accept that were old and we don't get as Risque about talking about sex specifically well because married. People don't do that in public. That's why but that is correct Because yeah yeah so at least these two Mary. People don't do it and probably some do but we don't so they were about to sign a renew their contract with Barstool sports which was their network and then somehow everything went to Shit and there are a couple articles that will post in the show notes so that you can read the entire saga but basically they went to sign when they went to renegotiate Sophia found out that Alex was making more money than her significantly. More like fifty thousand dollars more and that is because she added the show and does the social media marketing so quietly she she either negotiated or renegotiated a different salary. Now keep in mind. One of the makes Sophia salary was like four hundred sixty six thousand a year. Alex's was like five Oh five or something like that like it. Wasn't that much difference. But it was different. Believe they've found that out in the meeting and then a little cloudy about so so then. Sophia left that meeting and got another meeting with wonder with the help of a friend that they're calling superman no not a friend a boy. Her boyfriend which I think is problem here. Boyfriend of the other girl is now knowing by yeah. He's now Yoko by setting up a meeting with wondering with with like he probably what happened is we had to guess. He buzzed and Sophie as ear. But how this should be making more money and that he could get them more money and maybe even get a commission if I guess and so he got the meeting with wondering which Alex didn't want only Sophia wanted that and then to make a very long story short not that we have to but just to sum up so guys know what we're talking about because they took that other meeting Barstool. Sports started talking about how they're greedy and hungry and ungrateful and then Sophia and Alex talk amongst themselves and realize that they were just valuing their show and what they wanted out of it differently so then Al and signed with Barstool sports without Sophia. She now has her own show called. Call Her Daddy. And Sophia does not exist in the podcasting space as of now. I guess unless she's going to do our own show wondering about summit up kind of but there was a little I mean the latest episode for. Call her daddy as of right now you guys. I don't know what number it is. You can actually hear directly from the founder of Barstool. Sports like he breaks it down all of the stuff that she just said from his point of view. So there are. It's not exactly how you mentioned it but I do appreciate you like following. It is just like some some nuances then. Also Sophia has a excuse me. Alex has a thirty plus minute video on her youtube channel where she also breaks it down step by step of how everything went down why. She made the decision that she made and she's completely transparent.
Jane Goodall: We Can Learn From This Pandemic
"Corona virus. The hopeful pingers communities individual together a healthy. How the that is Jane Goodall during a teleconference last week? Wednesday April twenty. Second is the fiftieth Earth Day and on Wednesday goodall. We'll take part in day-long programming on the National Geographic Channel. During the teleconference last week she was asked what gives her hope during this pandemic incredible carnage but the people on the front line. The doctors the nurses with King sometimes losing their lives. And of course we shall get through this and the big hope is that this time we will pay attention to the cause of the pandemic which is all this of nature and the animals on the destruction of the environment forcing animals in the close contact with each other and some of them with humans trafficking the Hunting. The killing the wet mall kids. The intensive forms domestic animals and all of that is creating conditions for a virus to jump. Someone's be another. Good Ole was also asked how she hoped the world might change because of the pandemic hope it will change and how it changes of two different things in this particular case. I think company millions of people especially those living in cities have experience for the first time. What it's like to breathe fresh air and sea the stars at night and even see wild animals at close quarters and I think those people will think other people to have seen this as a wake-up call that we've disrespected NATO. We got to start changing the way that we act. And we've got to rethink the way we never. We've got to get away from this consumerism. Imperialism that PUTS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AHEAD OF Environmental Protection which is damaging the future generations of humans and animals Fia whether this will make a fee change fear is that we have so many political leaders around the world right now and I feel that they will want to get back to business as usual as quick as possible and even double it to make up for lost time
Acclaimed 'Beasts of No Nation' Author, Uzodinma Iweala, on Science, Power, and Race
"Living on the time of the Cova epidemic or corona virus. I just read something that made me laugh because someone said something like the Covet Nineteen virus which came out of China's an intelligent. It's not like he bowl which is rather dumb virus now. Obviously bullet comes out of the continent of Africa just like just think about that framework and that construct and what has been printed in a major magazine virus from Africa dumb virus virus from China. Smart virus you know. I say this about the corona virus like virus had emerged in the Netherlands. Just think about the way it would have been reported from the outset. Think about what would have happened. If it had merged in on the continent of Africa and the American President Donald Trump has been gratuitously coaling sods cove to the virus behind the current covet non epidemic the Chinese virus. Let's be clear your respective of what species and what place a virus might have been forced to take the dean pandemics. Have NO ETHNICITY. Science tells us that medical history tells us that but as we're about to explore xenophobic conclusions drawn from scientific observations can have an enormous impact on the course of history and on people's lives while is a novelist. He's a doctor a filmmaker and a whole lot more in his early twenty while still in college studying literature. He wrote the critically acclaimed novel baseds of Nine Nation which tells the extraordinary story of a child soldier. A little boy recruited given again and sent to wage a war in two thousand fifteen. That book was turned into a film. Don't like really look into my eyes since my nose picking is because I can't be explaining myself and leaving a damn not like be I am leg. Oldman try to talk to me about movies variances. I saw this an idea there would is. It would seem that some sort of this on Devon all this. I also having us I was really lucky to have the opportunity to write that novel diving. Into the stories of child. Soldiers around the world but mostly specifically in countries like Sierra Leone and Liberia which had just kind of come out of their own internal conflicts at the time and then of course going back and talking with relatives. My parents my grandparents aunts and uncles great aunts and uncles about their time during the Nigerian civil war from nineteen sixty six really sixty seven three thousand nine hundred seventy and trying to understand not just what it's like to experience that kind of turmoil from the perspective of a child but also what. It's like to have everything that you thought. You knew that you understood blown open tournament and and unfortunately that's an all too common and all to universal subject after painting beasts of no nation Dima went on to train as a doctor right more books including speak no evil and Al kind of people. He worked for a time as well in health policy in Africa and today he's of the Africa Center in New York City. A storm speak at last year's will conference of Science. Journalists Center. Really wanted you to have the opportunity to he him too. So he joins us from the radio art studios in the heart of New York. You had such an interesting childhood. Born in Washington to Nigerian parents mother a former finance minister of Nigeria. And growing up. I get the sense that you very much spent time on on both continents and I'm curious to know. Have that shaped your sense of self as a as a boy and a young adult. My parents took it upon themselves to make sure that we could always get back to Nigeria. That this was to be so much a part of who we were growing up and it really did actually provide us with a really interesting way of seeing the world. You're not from one place near not from another place. You're from both places. It's kind of a glorious thing to be able to grow up knowing that there are multiple perspectives on everything in the world. What someone sees for example in the village that my grandparents grew up in is necessarily going to be from what somebody sees in suburban Washington? Dc things might be a little bit more difficult in Nigeria. But at the same time everybody is still living. I think that's something that a lot of people who only grow up saying in industrialized if we WANNA use that term or you know United States type or western context don't have and therefore very afraid of the wider world beyond. We just grew up not being afraid because of exposure and I think that's so important. Oh that's such a potent comment about FIA holding back so much dialogue and possibility in the world. Why a medical degree trying to be a doctor? Why did you save that time in your life as a part of any decision? I think there are multiple reasons for why you do something and not all of them are the most. I will freely admit that I did medicine because my dad's a doctor and you can kind of see okay. This is what a doctor does. You see the stethoscope. You see the medicines. It's already very concrete. You know in the little kids mind and as as the kid of African immigrants. There's this thing where you do. The practical like you become a doctor. You become a lawyer and then you think that the way that you have impact is through those practical professions. I think of course. There's this idea that doctors save people and that you can have a profound impact on on a person's life and so you know with all of that. It seemed like a natural choice. I think it became clear to me that one of the things that was missing was for me in full form. Was that creative output that flow and that ability to render the world as I saw an as sort of my talent allowed me to and I think one person can have an impact in multiple ways. Interestingly in many ways you work and your books have connected with how history in politics and in Dade Science and medicine in Western societies read and interpret and Judge View African bodies. If we think of the base of nomination also your your book. Our kind of people sharing stories from people living with HIV is in in Nigeria. That lenses interested you. It strikes me in house and I. I think you can't grow up in a black body and you can't occupy the space as an African person. Occupies space in this world is offering person or as a black person without thinking about the gains that is upon you because in in many ways that gains does and has adversely affected the lives that we all live both again in a very individual way and also on the macro level and so understanding. How black bodies move through space are interpreted? I think is something that's really important to me. And I say that not just from the Games of the other but also from the the way that we look at ourselves and this is where you presented last year at the World Conference of Science Journalists in Europe and gave extraordinary address on racism at the heart of modern science and medicine. What did you want that audience of journalists and scientists and? I was one of them in that room to think about to interrogate. I think oftentimes we just assume that the structures we operate within our for one solid and somehow especially when it comes to signs that they're they're vetted and true and one of the things that became increasingly clear to me. As I wrote the book I wrote on HIV AIDS was just how much quote unquote scientific. Ideas were grounded in people's biases and prejudices about black bodies and how that impacted the quote unquote science or signs. At least that initially was dedicated to trying to stop the epidemic and in some cases may have done more harm than good. Initially I think back to a lot of the articles that when I was writing my book I read about HIV AIDS academic articles about sort of the linking of the spread of HIV AIDS and promiscuity. And the idea that Africans were having sex like monkeys where promiscuous like monkeys like which came up in published scientific papers and then is it makes its way into the journalistic mainstream this idea of like African promiscuity as it relates to the spread of this disease you know things about like Africanness and and being unable to quote unquote keep the time why early. Hiv treatments which required like large. Regimens of pills like wouldn't work for people. And that was you know story that made it into major publications impacted policy that impacted the way the epidemic was dealt with you know these are things that are important and people need to be responsible for the way these stories are told and need to think about the frameworks in which the stories are
Stock market news live: Markets tumble despite strong jobs report as coronavirus concerns persist
"So we've got a really begin with a virus let's go virus medicine and then virus global slowdown on the medical front what did you learn the last twenty four hours besides just a New York collegian Spencer closed today I actually I saw that I thought that was a pretty pretty interesting I look I think the question is how quickly clay priest has kids how quickly can they develop some sort of remedy there were no remedies developed for sars it's really becoming an issue and I was looking in the lack of clarity around what the timely abi is concerning all said and what's important for folks to sars didn't have a remedy because it got fixed fast and I don't see any medical expert telling me that's going to happen with this one I actually want to CDC yesterday and read the fourteen paragraphs of massive biology five syllable words and what the test kit actually is I was surprised how complex it is not it's not like you know say aw yes we know what you're expecting pleasant like the three Stooges are depressing John you've been really clear about the fact we're not doctors were not giving medical advice we're not necessarily break down exactly what we don't we don't know about the virus is we don't have medical degrees but we do know that there's been a massive and I need massive re pricing in the global strode up slow down and where the real rate of return really is going forward with this to impact him on that this is the fear of things that are stopping people from going out and doing stuff eight in doubt going down to public spaces and the fear of the market the fear of containment you see what happened in China the fear of the market is that you might start to see things like that happen in the United States schools being closed city shutting down some degree too and then you start to model a really big slow down in America I have no idea what the scope severity of this thing's going to bait but the moment you got a bond market this really really starting to price lower price level crossing all the research the three of us have read in the last twenty four hours is the bond market yield ahead of the fed is it catching up with the fetters of pretty much where our perspective is of where the fed's going to taste a forty seven the supermarket is ahead of the fed hi I'm looking for what I am already sick from the federation of them used to the zero bound and what's the vin one after the zero about how we going to negative rates that's the big question right now if you look at fed funds futures you're looking at an implied overnight rate of zero point two percent on the end of January so you really feel today are we rename it the pharaoh negative show and we might do the ferrite negative show at least for this weekend he white this move has been such a quick subs so quick if you look at my thirties on at one thirty five have a good shot with two year yields work just a couple of weeks ago yeah we with that okay then what happens in crisis folks as we quote yield in the street because he'll then all of a sudden you're worried about getting your money back you call price on an individual bond same thing in the spread market you quote spreads into you don't and then all of a sudden you quote individual paper you guys are still quoting spreads in the corporate world are you looking exactly to that point you're not necessarily seeing the kind of acute stress that people are worried about that said we haven't really seen the full impact bleed through to the United States yet what has the impact actually been on the ground so far supply chain disruption the true fear is just starting to grip now with closures in places like two percent GDP right clearly clearly okay coming into coming into this we look at one eighty that was consensus is I'm not going to cry with her sickness you know that we don't but maybe they're in the real statistics like the jobs report today but I'm looking at the screen and I can say I've never seen before looks right the screen if I'm on the bond market is talk about stocks just for a moment does it feel like stocks are up on the week what we tell you stocks are up on the week and it's been remarkable to see stock market is up three four percent and left by utilities make sense of that if it of course that for you to come from the county's ready ready importer who looked after Hawley can good friend since nineteen seventy two only four occasions in which low ball the index outperformed on a day to pay was up at least four percent four times March two thousand October alight twice this week I think that you're having with the sort of Kerr the confluence of fear and greed on one hand you have this fear of the unknown unknowns and it still is the unknown unknowns because we don't really have a historical precedent to this level of globalization and this particular virus on the other as the federal streets closer to zero the relative valuation case for some of these riskier assets gets better even on its pure income level in the dividend yield on the S. and P. five hundred is the highest in years relative to ten year treasury so this is something that's really pushing people into risk but the question is what are we even model for here we say pushes interest utilities that's why we got pushed into it we would do the job this is the job of the real estate jobs report two seconds and I've always been against this idea to fully employed America because the mail that we get in the Twitter is that we get from people says baloney it's not a fully employed America we're getting away from that fast and I guess everybody's looking jobless claims is the metric of a shift in the labor market yeah for good reason tell you if you start to see small to medium size enterprises come under a little bit of pressure some stress perhaps that's not laying people off maybe they can't keep hold of them the one thing that might hold them back if they truly believe this is temporary and if we really on a tight labor market they won't want to risk losing people because they'll be harder to get in the second half of this year I think that is the one thing that could real support companies not laying people off the FIA have not been at the heart
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Palestinians say Nativity church closed amid virus fears
"A historic church in the Middle East is closing Thursday amid coronavirus fias Palestinian authorities say the story to the teacher in the biblical city of Bethlehem built atop the spot where Christians believe Jesus was born will close indefinitely over a virus infection concerns the judge was expected to draw tens of thousands of visitors and worshippers next month the upcoming Easter holiday well across the Muslim world the corona virus outbreak has disrupted Islamic worship with Saudi Arabia banning its citizens and other residents of the kingdom from performing the pilgrimage in Mecca and wrong canceling Friday prayers in major cities I'm Charles the live that's my
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France's Louvre stays shut amid staff fears of virus spread
"The the Louvre corona museum virus in Paris first detected was closed in China again as has management infected more was than eighty meeting nine with staff thousand worried people globally about the spread and of cost the virus over three thousand most of the deaths lose nine point six million virus visitors cases last in South year Korea came from other have surged countries on and millions the museum of that children houses in Japan the Mona Lisa have stayed and home other treasures from school welcomes tens as officials of thousands struggle of to people contain every the epidemic day the in French more government than sixty has banned countries any indoor including gatherings the U. S. larger than five we have two thousand people people have died to prevent China the spread where of the virus the epidemic began and leave workers in December worried as about reported their own around safety two hundred blocked new the cases museum from with opening another Sunday forty two deaths leaving confused the city of tourists Wuhan standing accounted for hours for most hoping of to the get new in cases I'm Charles but also the so live that's my just like the two thousand five hundred patients cleared a virus fias and released from medical supervision I'm Charles the live as much