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Fresh update on "ft" discussed on GardenLine with Randy Lemmon

GardenLine with Randy Lemmon

00:53 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ft" discussed on GardenLine with Randy Lemmon

"You needed to know about nut grass, and we show you all three different types of nut grass. I can't tell you whether it is you could describe it to me all you want, but without me putting my eyes on it. I can't confirm or deny it, but we have control tip sheet online. And you can get that today. If you go to randy lemon dot com I appreciate you. Thanks. You bet. Because sedge like the tip sheet says, I think everybody needs to know this especially if you're new to guard line. You're new to this information, Um said, can't be controlled. With typical weed and grass because it is a sedge, so we need a sausage as cdg herbicide. And so we explain what all those said Herbicides. Names are and what they How they work and how you can make them work for you. Let's go to Joe and Greens. Point up next, Joe. Good morning. You're on the air. Good morning. How are you doing today? Good. What's your question? I have a line where it's not a tree, but it's two FT. Tall is a line not not a lemon, but he's lying. And over gun and start turning yellow. So Kim watering the Danny gets Kind of dried out. It's going to come back or stand for me to take it out. Impossible for me to answer that authoritatively without seeing what you're seeing. But when you have when you say it's turning you are you talking about the the actual lines? Are you talking about just the leaves? They're turning out because he when you when you have yellow turning leaves on it this time of year on a lime tree, it's probably cause you're overwatering. It And so you have to kind of figure out. Is it time to report this thing? Because weight is it in the ground or in a pot? It's in the ground. Okay? You may be over watering it. Um, I can't tell you without seeing the damage of the yellow on your leaves. But so when I think it's that, then I tell the caller you got to go out and do a test with the garden trial. You know, you need to dig about 68 inches down into where you think the root system is And if it's sopping wet, you need to modify your watering practices. And then answering your question. Yes, it's fixable, but we got to figure out what's going on in the soil. Um and I'm not there with my own two eyes. So now we have to perform a couple of tests. You have to perform a couple of tests. And if you want to do that, this afternoon, call me back tomorrow morning. Give me an update of what you saw What you experienced like that. If you have not been feeding it consistently lime trees. There's Citrus. They need to be fed very consistently. And we are on our last feeding of the year coming around First of October. I like.

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Analyzing California's Governor Recall Election: The Three Waves of Ballots

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 3 d ago

Analyzing California's Governor Recall Election: The Three Waves of Ballots

"There's going to be three waves about that happen tonight. And tomorrow and leading up to the next couple days the first balanced that are gonna be counter all mail in ballots so expect the democrats have a major jump and that tonight but that doesn't mean it's over. The second wave of ballots are going to be people that have voted in person today or they went and dropped off those meal and ballots. Third wave is going gonna be people that meld in their ballots today or a few days before election day so could be short. Night could be a long night. It's always looked now. I believe this thing is razor close. I believe that there is a silent californian voter ready to rise up against the new regime recalls tricky. There's only one other governor that is successfully been able to fight off a recall in recent american political history and that was governor scott walker andrew. You live in california. Stop looking at the polls. Those are all garbage. Those are simulated. What are you seeing hearing on the ground in california. I'm seeing an incredible amount of energy for the for larry elder. You could make the argument that i live in a bubble. I probably do we all do to some extent. I will tell you that this you know you. And i were talking months ago. I was underwhelmed. I didn't think that it really stood real chance. All of a sudden the energy behind the recall movement exploded it was a true grassroots movement. Outpouring i mean you're seeing it in in liberal enclaves strongholds like santa barbara you're seeing it and coastal communities you were seeing massive crowds gather local communities getting together and in ways that i hadn't seen in california in a long time. Now there was. There was trump excitement all this this this blew that away. I will tell you anecdotally. This blew that away. I think there was a collective exhaustion. There's just homelessness everywhere. It's expensive we all look at the state. Is the weather the topography. The just the everything about it. There's so much going for it and to see it being run the way it is. It's it's a

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Fresh update on "ft" discussed on Show Me The Money

Show Me The Money

04:18 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ft" discussed on Show Me The Money

"Overwhelmed with business and we thank everybody for that, Um, it's it's to the point where it's been so overwhelming. I mean, I was sitting at the house last night about 9 15. And I had been to like I'm not exaggerating, curious like seven different places yesterday. Picking up plants here, spraying this yard that we're going to re side there, Um, spraying the hillside up and Sprinkle that we've got to do shrubs on Um, I mean, you name it and I'm sitting there and I'm just like I got 15 jobs running around in my head that we're waiting even to. Yeah, like like the guys. Like we were just over. We need to say happy birthday. We always say Happy birthday, Bob. Well, Bob's birthday is next week. How about to have her birthday? Bob? Um, we did some work for Bob and wrote a whole book there on the Mount Rushmore Classic Gardens by far Um, but we did. We did some work for road and then the other day built a little wall down the left hand side of the house. Ray cited that left hand side because you know, Bob and him ain't getting no I said Bob, and them ain't getting any older. I think he's built. He blames it on Roda. Roda ain't getting no younger, but anyways, you go around the left hand side of the house. And they had just a little gentle slope. You know, from the bushes going down to the property line between there and in the fence and It was just enough where it's uncomfortable. You know what I mean? So we went down there and built a wall about a foot tall ball 70 ft long, So it's pretty good size wall time, you know, rent it all out, but it was Foot tall going down through there, and it just made that side flip. So it's smooth that up. Then the other side we put in a French drain tied it into. He's already got a couple of downspouts popped out to the driver. I mean to the road, we popped that, uh, French drain into it and put a p gravel walk up that right hand side. So now No more in and out down the right side anymore. They're done with that was a swamp on that right side. Anyway, it's your It's your typical, you know? S a garden home. You know, garden homes today to me aren't what they used to be A garden home back in the day Used to be a 1000 to 1100 square Foot house. Now what you would consider garden home there 3000 square feet, you know, but it was typical. You know, they have probably about what 20 ft between the houses roughly and everything's kinda each houses downhill a little bit from the other and that right hand side. Just caught a lot of water, and there wasn't any son in that area. It's just always even on even during a drought. It would stay swampy. If you watered, Chris. I found out the hard way part of what their problem was. They've got a neighbor that had a sump pump that runs From their basement going down into this spot. Yeah, well, I found it the hard way. You know, we go down through their trench in the boom, But not only did I hit So Bob had his drains coming off of his downspouts. Well, I hit the neighbors drain which ran in the same ditch, so I'm literally I dug up the neighbors and I spared Bob's And in amongst that That salt pump drain was running down into that spot. And it was supposed to be going like One of them had a slotted pipe in there. Keep mayor which one? It was fixed it, but I can't remember which one it was, and it was kind of It was kind of rigged up to go over into these pops, and I don't think it was getting where it needed to base of just that right there. If it kicked on every now and then and and dump water in there, you'd have to be watching it to know it. Or it would be down in there, but you still have, like a boggy spot down in there. So I think that was probably part of the part of the culprit, which now is P Gravel, So that doesn't matter. Yeah. I mean, you're gonna be walking over the top of that, and you won't have to worry about it. Which I'm going to go back over there, probably Monday and touch that up because Rhoda I told her I was putting white pea gravel in there. Which, technically, I did. You got white and you got brown, right? Well, I put white pea gravel in there, but she wanted it wider than that. Like a marble like white white marble chips. I'm gonna touch it up.

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Should Discussions of Race Make It Into Our School Curriculum?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | Last week

Should Discussions of Race Make It Into Our School Curriculum?

"Only thing i'm saying is when you're teaching history to a bunch of kids you know you have to teach at all at least you have to teach the basic pointers and for black americans. The history of this country has been less than favourable. So i think that in the context of that discussion saying and to this day. We still have some problems with race. There are some legacies of slavery that still affect black people working on it today. Something like that. That's a kind of racial ization that i'm in favor of because it doesn't encourage stereotyping. It doesn't encourage discrimination. It just encourages a base awareness of some serious problems. So but that's not happening right. Is that largely what we're seeing through school districts like chicago And in washington. Dc and the entire california school system representing ten thousand schools and six million student. I've seen the of documents on those. Yeah it is that it. It doesn't have that kind of nuance and complexity that you just present right where it's eight. Let me just say this has that part of the kind of ark angel triumphant of the woke ism. Coalition is nicole. Hannah jones robin diangelo. Mex- and nicole hannah jones in particular right the author of the sixteen nineteen project She heretical says that america was founded on slavery. Right and so part okay with that but it's just not true. Depends on what you mean by found this. She defines this. She says the founding fathers were in favorite not true. George washington wasn't john adams wasn't john quincy. Adams wasn't thomas jefferson even signed a moratorium new slaves coming into the united states ben franklin chair and anti-slavery convention in seventeen seventy five. None of these guys were writing x. Positionally how wonderful slavery. This isn't being taught to third graders sixteen nineteen projects little new york op. Ed and you know it's not a see that's where you're wrong. The sixty nineteen projects being implemented at school district curriculum in thousands of school districts across grew. Cross it's not just like a podcast. This curriculum there are principles of the sixteen nineteen project that i think are defensible. First of all we as americans tend to think of the founding of our country as its legal founding. You know but the legal. Founding of the united states didn't really mean much for a slave.

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Is Racism in America Causing the High Rate of Black Fatherlessness?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:11 min | Last week

Is Racism in America Causing the High Rate of Black Fatherlessness?

"The moment that we all of a sudden de-emphasized fathers being in the home and subsidized fatherless-ness. We saw all these other trends increase so in the one thousand nine right before the civil rights act passed about twenty four percent of black children. Were born without a father. Now it's upwards of seventy percent you guys can look at the washington examiner. It's seventy seven percent. Let's say it's sixty five percent so something has to explain that forty point increase back yet. Just let me finish yet. And and it's not necessarily that. America got more racist. It could be the cocaine thing which you know is a common issue. It could be operations of all these things. But a forty point increase. I would point to a culture. Fatherless-ness really bad government run public schools and then subsidizing behavior. That isn't good so there are a few things that i can agree with you. On first of all having to people in your house to raise you pretty essential You absolutely this is undeniable While i don't believe in shaming single parents even if they're single parent did mrs bad decision making. It's still good you need. It's up in this economy one parent honestly but with that being said there has been research shown that the rate of black fatherless-ness is somewhat over exaggerated in large part because that number only applies to married fathers so husbands raising their children. It turns out when you account for unmarried. Black couples taking care of their kids. The numbers actually rise to those just think just below white couples. I think there was an article on that. I don't know if i remember sought advice but attracts back. Some really big study. That was done back in two thousand sixteen So that's one point but you are right. There are perverse incentives for example Many welfare Stipulations cut off With a shared income which is only a few thousand dollars per year higher than the necessary. Cutoff for the single income. Meaning that if you're a single mom You can apply for the welfare just fine but then if you get married or otherwise file jointly you get you go above the cap for welfare. This is a horribly program undeniably ended incentivizes bad destructive

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Antifascist Vaush Answers Charlie’s Questions About Reparations

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:25 min | Last week

Antifascist Vaush Answers Charlie’s Questions About Reparations

"How. 'bout reparations for slavery. i think. I'm pretty in favor of that. Yeah okay tits. Make the argument just no debt. We said forty acres and a mule. We never paid it and unfortunately the material reality for a lot of people who were slaves didn't change that much after they were emancipated. I mean if you are a slave and your made free. That's a big step up. Don't get me wrong but you have nothing. I mean nothing. And because of the way generational wealth transfers from father dishonor mother to either to anyone to copy their Unfortunately we still see the consequence of that borne out you can actually look county by county where were slaves kept. Which were the plantation counties. And you see oh this group of black neighborhoods. That's where they settled after slavery ended. It's like really immediate stuff and it's a debt owed that this nation never paid. I don't necessarily aggressive rations. I think we need to clarify what that ultimately means. But i will say I've long held the same position. I actually worked on the documentary. There's an issue of people who were enslaved than they were released and they were not given any means to actually Develop and grow. And so there's a general waste is a generational wealth gap between people based on race for these historical reasons. The challenge i see. I suppose is you know. We've done a lot to amend the laws and changed them. For for instance you know redlining blockbusting and become become illegal. And now we're dealing with an ultimately. I believe it is a class issue. Of course. racism still

Antifascist Vaush Debates Charlie on the Profit Incentive for COVID Vaccines

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | Last week

Antifascist Vaush Debates Charlie on the Profit Incentive for COVID Vaccines

"I'm just curious. Does that ever make you stop short and say who. Maybe they're trying to inoculate us on a vaccine that might not be as effective to try to pursue profit not wellbeing. Does that ever like enter into your consideration. It's a consideration. You should take about anything produced by any company. That's run for profit. Which is everything you know Basically every need in american society need is tempered by the knowledge that there are people out there who are paid very large salaries to sell it to you. This is the case for everything. We'd everything we eat every time you run down main street or in my case i guess You know the boulevards in los angeles You're seeing the protracted efforts of a billion dollar industry to make sure you want things they're selling could that be the case for covert undeniably. There was a prophet incentive involved. Oh my goodness i'm sorry. And there was probably a protected effort on the part of these companies to make sure they were the first and they probably took every dirty advantage. What but with the data available. I have to still much i would say. Hey i would prefer eating. Mcdonald's who to starvation. I have to say this is probably still something we should be doing you want to do. I don't wanna stay. We've been twenty minutes. Oh for sure gonna make a final media would starve. I actually think this has been really constructive not like that. You know inflammatory. I think that deep down you have this kind of you know urged that i'm already there were. Maybe they want this thing to go on for another decade to go make another hundred billion dollars. And maybe the cheap drug hydrochloric winter ivermectin might work better than they might think. I don't have that urge. Certain other studies would disagree with you earlier. We could change the topic. I just i just think it's so. I'll know that was a healthy discord. Can i meet in the middle on that one on that very last one. I do not trust the pharmaceutical industries. Though the available evidence does seem to point to the effectiveness the vaccines say this Nationalized the pharma industry seriously. It can be used for the collective good and i would ironically actually trust it more in the hands of our ineffective. Bloated government would be sociopaths. Who run at

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Gary Ginsberg Talks About His New Book 'First Friends'

Mark Levin

01:39 min | 2 weeks ago

Gary Ginsberg Talks About His New Book 'First Friends'

"And there is really a fantastic book that's been out. It's called First Friends by Gary Ginsburg. Who's got quite a pedigree himself. Gary, How are you, sir? Very well, Thank you for having me Well, it's a fantastic book. And, uh, unfortunately, like every other Interview. There's only so much time, so let's jump right in these first friends that have an enormous influence on the president on an administration. Chapter one talks about Jefferson and Madison. Now, this audience is quite familiar with Jefferson and Madison. But Madison Was very, very close to Jefferson. I'm not sure how how much people know about that. Tell us Well, I certainly didn't. I knew they were great collaborators. But what I learned in writing this book is that they were also best friends, and they were best friends for 50 years from 17 76. So when Jefferson died on July 4th 18 26, and what I found fascinating is that they're 50 EUR 50 year relationship with deep it was emotional. It could veer between the serious like whether we needed a bill of rights to the deeply personal, For example, when Jefferson tried to help Madison overcome being jilted by a 15 year old when he was 32 years old, and they were complete opposites as I write, Jefferson was this tall, dashing Huge personality. Madison was five ft four and quite reserved, but it worked in combination and I think it's because Jefferson needed Madison's exacting mind and practical nature. As much as Madison needed Jefferson's bold ideas in large personality, and I think in my book, and I think in American history, it's probably the single most powerful friendship in the history of America.

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Who Will Buy "Big John," the Biggest Triceratops Ever Found?

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:20 sec | 2 weeks ago

Who Will Buy "Big John," the Biggest Triceratops Ever Found?

"Sized sale auctioneers in France are getting ready to sell the skeleton of the world's biggest triceratops. Known as Big John. Just the skull is more than eight FT. Long and six FT. Wide, Big John was dug up in South Dakota in 2014. Now someone will dig deep to be his new owner. Bidding is expected to reach more than $1.5 million. Right now. On Wall Street, the

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Firefighters Working to Protect South Lake Tahoe From Caldor Fire

Mark Thompson

01:32 min | 2 weeks ago

Firefighters Working to Protect South Lake Tahoe From Caldor Fire

"The flames. The wind. It is a It's a battle with this Kaldor fire overnight firefighters battling out of control flames desperate to keep the call door fire from taking over South Lake Tahoe home. Officials working day and night to save the community. I did see some damage to structures. The fire burn through their extremely fast, extremely hot evacuation orders expanding into Nevada as the relentless fire barrels through the dry terrain burning nearly 200,000 acres in just 18% contained to give you an idea of the kind of terrain these firefighters are dealing with. You see that incredibly steep hillside there? And all of those trees sort of clustered together on fire at the same time, so this fire damaged trees falling over is a huge concern for firefighters. Yeah, you know, that's a great point. You know you're in this firefight. You may even think that you're on the back side of those flames. But one of those trees falls suddenly and Mm hmm. The governor calling called or fire the state's number one priority as 100 FT. Flames are burning within miles of the city center. How we just need to make sure our firefighters they say, still do their jobs. But like her, I see said no time will you be in front of this thing? Because you're not going to stop him? Volunteer firefighter Richard Garrity seen in these photos from a go fund me page, now recovering in the hospital after suffering burns over 20% of his body. These firefighters have been on the culture of fire for nearly three weeks now and doing it tough conditions. So our air quality leader is reading at the highest level possible, so these are very

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Ida Will Become Major Category 4 Hurricane in Less Than 24 Hours

BBC World Service

00:52 sec | 3 weeks ago

Ida Will Become Major Category 4 Hurricane in Less Than 24 Hours

"Ida is gaining strength in the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico. NPR's Debbie Elliott reports. It's on a path to strike Louisiana's Sunday as a major hurricane. Evacuations are underway and at least five South Louisiana parishes and Governor John Bel Edwards has activated the state's national guard. To respond to what's forecast to be a devastating category for Hurricane Benjamin, shot with the National Weather Service in New Orleans says it will bring when gusts of up to 170 MPH 15 FT storm surge and nearly two FT of rain in some areas. This will be a life altering storm for those who are prepared. And ready to take what I'd is gonna throw at us later this weekend. Parts of Louisiana are still recovering from a record five tropical landfalls last year.

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Igor Vovkovinskiy, Tallest Man in US, Dies in Minnesota

710 WOR Programming

00:13 sec | 3 weeks ago

Igor Vovkovinskiy, Tallest Man in US, Dies in Minnesota

"The tallest man in the U. S. Has died. The family of Igor both go. Vince Key, said He died of heart disease at the age of 38. Seven, FT. Eight Ukrainian man moved to Minnesota in 1989 for medical

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Preparations Underway Ahead of Hurricane Henri’s Impact

Dan Carroll

00:59 sec | 3 weeks ago

Preparations Underway Ahead of Hurricane Henri’s Impact

"For on re I'm Sean Gallagher breaking now. Hurricane Andre is expected to make landfall in the Northeast later today, so evacuation efforts have been underway in areas where people usually look for summer getaways along the Atlantic. ABC, Trevor Alders in New York on Montag. There's now been 500, New York National Guard members deploying and FEMA preparations underway and up into New England. They're expecting to be hit hard as well. Voters there in Massachusetts are pulling their boats from Marina's officials are warning about destructive winds, flooding rain and widespread power outages. We could see wind gusts up to 80 miles an hour and dangerous storm surges up to five FT. A tropical storm watch in effect for New York City until further notice as New Yorkers prepare for potential. The impacts of on re. The city's Office of Emergency Management also issued a storm surge watch for the Bronx and northern Queens officials warning that heavy rains and gusty winds could limit visibility and create difficult travel conditions into Monday. Beaches in New York City are closed for swimming today and Monday.

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British Troops Could Be Forced to Pull out of Afghanistan Prematurely

FT Politics

02:07 min | Last month

British Troops Could Be Forced to Pull out of Afghanistan Prematurely

"Delighted to be joined by simone with kim. The former considered defense and foreign secretary in a week when the taliban shot the west with rapid advance of ghanistan. We'll be examining whether this sleeves. Uk foam policy. What does it mean for the so-called special relationship on what does it mean for the future of phone interventions so malcolm. Welcome to paint politics you very much. So obviously we're in the august period. Parliament has been recalled this week and we saw very spicy debate. How much of it did you catch him. What did you make the contributions to mp on this fake pressing issue of how the case ended up in this situation of being forced out of our ghanistan much quicker in a way if you really want to have to leave joel good but it seems to have been a very somber occasion not surprising and that's often when the hudson cummings is at its best when there are real issues everyone does something. Very bad has happened and you get members of parliament. Speaking very much from the hot. Tom tooken hatton particular biz to have moved the husselmann's unsurprising because he has both a military background in a strong good knowledge of foreign policy. Now if we look at what's happened over the past week that we know the us forces what going to withdraw themselves foam afghanistan by the end of august. And it's not a decision that the uk's being particularly happy with because we've heard from the defense secretary ben wallace who's made it quite clear that in fact. The uk export every other alternative. Do you think those ever realistically any alternative. Because in that house of commons debate. Lots of mp's of decried how we've abandoned afghanistan how we have no secured the gains that were made over the past twenty years but really. I'm not quite clear. What the alternative could have been. When i think you're bears are very important question. Because i think the really two issues running in parallel there was the more fundamental question. Should nato dictated. United states remained militarily in afghanistan indefinitely with the aspiration to ultimately defeat the

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UK Troops Forced to Leave Kabul Prematurely

FT Politics

01:11 min | Last month

UK Troops Forced to Leave Kabul Prematurely

"I'm delighted to be joined by simone with kim. The former considered defense and foreign secretary in a week when the taliban shot the west with rapid advance of ghanistan. We'll be examining whether this sleeves. Uk foam policy. What does it mean for the so-called special relationship on what does it mean for the future of phone interventions so malcolm. Welcome to paint politics you very much. So obviously we're in the august period. Parliament has been recalled this week and we saw very spicy debate. How much of it did you catch him. What did you make the contributions to mp on this fake pressing issue of how the case ended up in this situation of being forced out of our ghanistan much quicker in a way if you really want to have to leave joel good but it seems to have been a very somber occasion not surprising and that's often when the hudson cummings is at its best when there are real issues everyone does something. Very bad has happened and you get members of parliament. Speaking very much from the hot. Tom tooken hatton particular biz to have moved the husselmann's unsurprising because he has both a military background in a strong good knowledge of foreign policy.

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Perseverance Rover, Ingenuity Helicopter, and the Search for Ancient Life on Mars

61 Minutes

02:21 min | Last month

Perseverance Rover, Ingenuity Helicopter, and the Search for Ancient Life on Mars

"On April 6th in this desolate Martian crater 170 million miles from Earth. Perseverance posed for a selfie with ingenuity. The little helicopter it had just dropped off. Two weeks later. The rovers cameras recorded ingenuity is historic First flight hovering 10 ft. Off the ground for 30 seconds. It may not look like much, but for those who work so long to make it happen. It was a reason to rejoice. Project manager Mimi on led the team at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California that's been working on ingenuity for six years. How hard is it to fly a helicopter in Mars? Very, very, very hard. We really truly started with the question of is it possible? A lot of people thought it could not be done because it's really counterintuitive. I mean, you need atmosphere for the place to push atmosphere to get lived. The atmosphere on Morris is completely different than the world atmosphere at Mars is so thin. I mean the room we're in, right. It's compared to that It was 1% of the atmospheric density over there, so The question of really Can you generate enough lift, you know, to really build to lift up anything. That was a fundamental question. In subsequent flights. Ingenuity has gone higher and farther, traveling more than a mile in all over the surface of Mars. It is a triumph not only for NASA, but for its partners in the private sector, who helped make various parts of the helicopter. Don't Let it go. Don't freak out. Matt Keenan has a history of making unusual things that can fly as an engineer at a company called AeroVironment, which produces drones for military and civilian use. I mean, that's incredible 10 years ago for a military research project, Keenan and his team created this robotic hummingbird, which has a tiny camera on board. Whoa! Oh, there it is. Oh, my God. That's amazing. Keenan, an engineer, Ben Pipe Enberg led the AeroVironment team that created ingenuity is rotors motors and landing gear. Why was this so challenging because it has to be a spacecraft as well as an aircraft. And and flying it as as an aircraft on Mars is pretty challenging because of the density of the air That's similar to about 100,000

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People Don't Trust Dr. Fauci Because He Flip-Flops All the Time

Mark Levin

01:44 min | Last month

People Don't Trust Dr. Fauci Because He Flip-Flops All the Time

"Uh, walking down the street playing a game, or what have you don't have to wear a mask, The the the pediatric, the Academy of Pediatric Actually make that recommendation that Children should be wearing masks from two years old onward. And you're asking Now, if your child is a member of your household, Can you walk outdoors with your child without a mask? According to that shot, the answer is yes, but the child can't not to beat it. Beat it to death. Yes, has now the CDC says. I mean, I think I've got this right. One mask is better than zero. Masks to masks is better than one mask, but you don't have to have double masks. Is that right? I mean, you know, it became clear that cloth coverings that you didn't have to buy in the store that you can make yourself were adequate and they wanted to fit Bennett. So one of the ways you could do it, if you would like to do is put a cloth mask over which actually Here and here And here, where you could get leakage in is much better. Contains quack quack. How ridiculous is this? Nobody has faith in the sky anymore. Except the American median. The Democrat Party. Great. Let him be there, Doctor. Let him be there, Doctor. The idea that this guy is some kind of an expert. He's not an expert. Is flailing around. And if you don't genuflect every time, he says, where I messed on where I'm asked to wear masks. Inside outside outside inside. Three people are more six FT apart 12 inches apart, and it's this guy. Has done tremendous damage to this country. In my humble opinion.

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A European University Adds An Esports Education Platform ft. Richard Withers of KAMK

Esports Network Podcast

03:14 min | Last month

A European University Adds An Esports Education Platform ft. Richard Withers of KAMK

"Led to the development of this new. Kind of Esports education platform for the University. Yeah. So so firstly, thank you for having me. I appreciate it off. Any opportunity to discuss the topic of Esports education especially in this day and age. I think they're sort of a a stigma surrounding the topic of a sports education. Especially with certain people in the industry, wanting to put out some less than valuable should I say opportunities for for up-and-coming talent, where you're not really getting a valuable education and you're putting a lot of money into this. So, it's really important for me to come on these sort of shows and just highlight that there are some some great players in the scene who are really providing some valuable education for those who want to pursue a career in sports. As you said I'm the E Sports development manager here at kind of University of applied sciences. We're definitely not the largest here in Midland but when it comes to sort of gaming and he Sports, we've developed quite a unique ecosystem surrounding that from the University universities Inception, quite some time ago. Now far before I join a gym One, they've had a well-known and well-respected game development. Degree offered in finished. Some of the graduates of went on to the largest game development, companies in the world, like supercell Rovio soft. So there was already that amazing gaming culture here that University, but when we were able to be one of the first, if not only the, the first in the world to offer a full bachelor's degree, these Sports business, of course that further exemplified our, our ecosystem here surrounding gaming and Esports. So although we are a smaller University on many of our students are focusing on the topic of either game development or e-sports. So it's definitely a very exciting opportunity for us. The degree itself is practical degree, of course, not during these times with covid-19 and everything, we've had to transition to an online format but fingers crossed going into the upcoming month. Autumn all of our students will be back with us on campus. That said, has been for the past three years, which is amazing. Especially as our course heavily focuses on the Practical elements. So getting our students that valuable hands-on experience and allowing them to grow their Network pool. So, of course, that is made much easier. When you're able to actually come in person off, we're constantly having industry experts. Come to speak to the students. And there are many student owned and operated organizations, like constant GT, which you mentioned. I'm the CEO off. So, I sort of act as the connection between the students and the upper management here at the University. But that organization allows the students to sort of get their hands in an industry that they do. It's sort of an all-encompassing brand. They do everything you can imagine from organizing large-scale events, they create digital content, they host, and manage, various Competitive Edge. Stores in csgo Valerie, Etc. So a little bit of everything.

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Torrential Downpour Continues in China's 'Once-in-5,000-Year Rainstorm'

All Things Considered

02:07 min | 2 months ago

Torrential Downpour Continues in China's 'Once-in-5,000-Year Rainstorm'

"Rains are pummeling central China in Henan Province, a year's worth of water. Some two ft fell on the provincial capital Zhangzhou in just three days this week, and it is still coming down. Flights are suspended so far, the government says 25 people have died. NPR China Affairs correspondent John Roach has more. The water fell hard and fast in Zhangzhou, a city of more than 12 million, and the sewers couldn't keep up. In this video posted online, a group of men pull a woman to safety as they battle waist high brown water pouring down the street like a swollen river. According to state media. 12 of the dead drowned when the subway system flooded. State broadcaster CCTV interviewed a man caught underground when water poured in part of the people around us were clenching the railings next to the tunnel. There were about a dozen of us crawling together. The water level rose through our shooter's several of us Han there including me and the child. The two of us almost gave up because we were exhausted. Do Liang Chen is an expert on China's climate at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden. He says the city should have reacted more quickly. But I was surprised anyway that this time the subway were still operating, he says several factors set off what some Chinese scientists are calling a once in 5000 year event. There's a typhoon approaching the Chinese coast. It's hundreds of miles from Kunin, but already bringing water from the sea over land. Is also persistent high pressure over the Pacific that's pushing wind from the sea toward China and the topography of the region has what he calls a channeling effect. And Jen says this Chinese rainstorm has something in common with the rain that's been hammering Europe leaving more than 120 people dead there. What a Weber in general in the atmosphere is increasing. Because of global warming and more water in the air means more rainfall a lot more. In some cases, China has a good system. In terms of the early warning, Chen says China appears better prepared than Europe for this kind of

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FT Editor Among 180 Journalists Identified by Clients of Spyware Firm

BBC World Service

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

FT Editor Among 180 Journalists Identified by Clients of Spyware Firm

"He entered it as well, quite an achievement all on the way here on Tuesday. I'm Neil Nunes with the BBC News, A consortium of 16 media organizations has published what it says is evidence that software produced by an Israeli surveillance company, NSO. Is being used to spy on human rights activists, journalists and lawyers around the World. Gordon career has more details. An international investigative consortium, which includes the Guardian and the Washington Post, say they have a leaked list of 50,000 phone numbers. That they say were selected for possible surveillance. They alleged that among those affected are 180 journalists, including the current editor of the Financial

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"ft" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

01:40 min | 2 months ago

"ft" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Ft in the air. Scary that high, though, but I know going to Myrtle Waves and Myrtle Beach, and it had like the It's The water park, and it has like it's like in close. I mean, you know, off the side. It's you know, like, uh, cast iron or whatever. Gritted. You know, I'm saying as far as like the railing, Okay? Yeah, I got cast iron, but like the the black like a rod, right? Yeah. Yeah. So you can't just fall off, but like from the ground. This is the name of the tallest one. And as I'm walking out there, I get like the second platform I start feeling like, Yeah. Oh, Is it the kind of slide that goes where it's kind of bumpy halfway through where it's Yeah, kind of like a circle thing and then, like bumpy and Yeah, And then there's like a tunnel. The worst I've ever been in my life to this day and I probably could have got killed was on it went to Mexico. On the Mayan ruins where they let you go up. They closed up and then let you go up and I was stopped on the darn thing and I had to go sit but cheap butt cheek every step down, but cheek but with a rope. It was awful. I ruined my clothes have soreness in my buffet. I don't care. It was the worst thing and you get to the point where you're halfway and You're too nervous to turn. Uh huh. So just keep going right at the very top. Yeah, it's awful. I don't like being like a reasonably tall ladder. No, I trying to maneuver anything. Um, similar thing. The guy wasn't screaming, but it was funny. I was on my honeymoon with Kelly and we were in, um Punta canna. And it was zip lining, which I know Katie's big fan. I will never ever. You know how we say. Never say never on this program, never, ever, ever zip lining ever again. First time I ever saw Katie cry. I think it's like 10 years.

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"ft" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:44 min | 6 months ago

"ft" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Ft. You could send a song you know, or other piece of media like a podcast their way. And the recipient would get a little notification and they could choose to either accept or deny that offer, And then if they accepted it, they would have three days to, you know, listen to the media before it disappeared from their device, and they also had a limit of listening to it three times. And hearing that you might think well, was there to be snarky about? Well, the snark wasn't about the capability. It was the name that Microsoft gave to it. Microsoft called it squirting. The lackluster sales of the Zune ultimately led to Microsoft deciding to stop development and production on the zoom in 2011, the company continued to support the Zune software service, which allowed you know existing ZOON users toe listen to songs they had purchased through Microsoft's and stuff or they could listen to a catalog of streaming music for a monthly fee. But all of that got shut down in 2015. And while Microsoft would you move users over from their service to a new service, the Groove Music Service Not all the copyright licenses made that shift. The library of the Zune universe was different from the groove universe, so that wasn't great. And then a lot of Zune users found themselves unable to listen to music that they had previously purchased on the Zune platform. And it was also a reminder that the media model we have these days where we don't really have copies of media typically We normally access the media through streaming services. That means that there can come a time where we can't access that stuff anymore because of licensing issues.

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"ft" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

05:48 min | 7 months ago

"ft" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Ft one on this Thursday morning time for us to go toe. Actually, AUSTIN, Texas with everybody. Senior national correspondent Michael Barry Controlling my tour at the Bower show, Michael the We're hearing more and more about the Capitol Hill riot on January this six more hearings that we're talking about. Yeah, we had. I believe if my count is correct, we're up around. Six of these hearings that have happened so far over the span of a couple of weeks and yesterday was The chance for the Pentagon to get into play here, and that's kind of what we saw was more finger pointing, Jimmy, you know that's going to come as a shock. But the commanding general of the District of Columbia's national Guard say His troops were ready to go. They would be ready at a 20 minute clip in 20 minutes, they would be fully armed, fully uniforms ready to get out there and assist and it took more than three hours and 19 minutes for the Defense Department to give them a green light. That's according to the commanding general. He said that at one point during the afternoon what he heard back from military leaders, including the brother of ex Trump National Security adviser Michael Flynn, was that And I know we've heard this before. As well. Deploying troops would not be good optics that on some level that would certainly alienate the rioters and make them perhaps more violent. Hey, also, the commanding officer also indicated that up until the day before I'm January 5th. He had had authorization on a general level from the Pentagon to deploy troops as he saw fit like he did during the summer when they had black lives matter protests he was able to use his own authorization to deploy troops when he needed to, But literally the day before these riots happened in Washington, D. C. He received a memo that indicated that things had changed that he would need to reach out to the Defense Department and to the Army in order to get authorization to deploy troops. Now, so that had changed. He considered that to be something that was both stunning and unprecedented at that point in time, So you know the other problem here. Jimmy is it with the people? The transition between the Trump Administration and the Biden administration is some of the people who were actually responsible for decision making here are are no longer in their positions, and that's something that Congress at least yesterday indicated. They were going to have to try to bring those people back. You had Senator Blunt indicate that he was going to have to have questions for acting Defense Secretary Chris Miller for former Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy, that they're going to have to bring them in and try to get some answers because everybody virtually with the exception of this commanding general for the D C National guard, everybody else was sort of in these filling positions. And so they couldn't tell you why the decision was made or who made the decision. For what reason? They can just tell you what decision was made, right? And, uh, well, those that have been arrested What? I'm being charged with what we know about this. We gotta get a couple 100. People arrested. Correct that is correct. And more still, according to the FBI that are being um, searched for they're asking for the nation's help in trying to determine who they are. Who? They why they where they came from who they are and how we can bring them in. That's what they're looking to do here. But as far as the rioters themselves, they're a couple of different. I'm gonna have to have depending on what footage they have of these individuals. Some of them are, you know, everybody who broke in were inside the capital. That is a restricted area that you don't have access to. So there's that element. Were there any damage that was created? Were you responsible for the damage Getting into the building that part of it? Do they have footage of you actually Involved in some violence against a police officer, Capitol police officer or somebody else. It kind of runs the gamut here of all of those different types of things. As far as the initial charges, go on, where we stand from those initial charges going forward, we've yet to see some people have have have stepped up and said that, Yeah, they should not have been there. They should not have done what they've done, but they were simply there following the group mentality. I don't know if that lets anybody off the hook for breaking and entering into a federal building. They were supposed to have no access to All right. Do we know what the most serious charges thus far? Mm hmm. I don't know. I'm not exactly sure I I don't want to say for sure What I have heard of details seem to be at this point in time they are looking into certainly, you know, some of the more violent elements of The battling with police officers, whether it's attacking an officer with a flagpole or something along those lines. There is still the battle as to what happened to the one Capitol police officer with who was killed and stories initially said that he was bludgeoned by a fire extinguisher and then later seemed to be rescinded. I mean their details that we still don't know because Technically, according to the FBI, those invasion investigations are still under way. And it may mean trying to track down who those individuals are to bring them up for charges. God Hey, Michael. Thank you Appreciate we'll talk tomorrow. A good day. Now stay safe, Jimmy. You two. All right, Six forties. Six man is here with was trending man, which gave me as a girl. Dad. This is a bit of a head scratcher and a story that's sure to infuriate you as it did me. A 17 year old girl recently sent home from school because of what she was wearing the girl's teacher, telling her that the outfit quote could make her or the teacher's assistant who was a male feel uncomfortable. That wasn't bad enough. The girl was wearing a long sleeved turtleneck and knee high dress. Check out exactly what the outfit looked like on her and how else the school defended the decision on the front page. Jimmy a wi LD dot com Just do not know. Where were we got? We've all gone crazy, man. We're gone crazy. I come in just a matter of got Cem Cem. Trending stories for you, including Texas. Mississippi announced Well, that they are Neanderthals Z what they are Apparently, according to President Biden, We'll talk about this cop straight ahead at 6 51 traveling at 6 50. Israel's 16 W Y o D..

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"ft" Discussed on FT Management

FT Management

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"ft" Discussed on FT Management

"Helen Barrett. This is the third of three programs in which we will talk to office of the six books shortlisted for the F T and McKinsey business book of the year award this week big ideas when looking at the two shortlisted books that take as the themes radical solutions to problems of work and society with delighted to be joined on the line from San Francisco by Annie Lowery, author of give people money and Jeremy hymens from New York co author of new power how it's changing the twenty first century. And why you need to know and I'm joined in the studio Bob Martin sand. Booed FT economics commentator who has written widely on these themes. Welcome. All anne. Let's start with you. Give us the elevator pitch for give people money. For a book about universal basic income, which is the idea that government would give everybody every citizen money something like a pension payment for all. And so, you know, some of the arguments of this have to do with, you know, efficiency in the welfare state, and that kind of thing, but I think that this sort of deeper philosophical point is that perhaps inside of abundance where the real problems have to do instead with equity, and who has what perhaps providing this kind of a uniform and universal form as of social insurance. Jeremy I'll give you a show shit describing as briefly as you can the central idea of your book new power. You know, we always really book about how you exercise power in the twenty th century in a world that is chaotic and hyper connected, and our argument is that in order to exercise power. Now, you need to understand how as a parent. So if you think of the metaphor that we draw the contrast between what we call pal. How currency kind of how we traditionally exercise. You hold it up. You spend it and the kind of power that you flea control. But that is a surge of energy based on Mesler dissipation in the question. Then is how do you deploy and harness that energy? And what was saying around the world today is many of the organizations and leaders that are kind of coming out on top that are in woods, mastering new pal? Thank you. Both both excellent books that crystallize an urgent issues. This price will go to the book that provides the most compelling and enjoyable insights into modern. Business any what do you think typical business readers chief executives say or banker rather than a politician would learn from your book give people money about universal basic income? You know, where I think it's especially relevant to the business community. It didn't thinking about if you have, you know, a classic consumer that are incapable of accessing your product, right? If part of the issue, especially here in the United States is that alongside abundance..

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"ft" Discussed on FT Money Show

FT Money Show

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"ft" Discussed on FT Money Show

"T. dot com or tweet us at FT money on Twitter for those of us who have yet to go on holiday. All of the mutterings about NATO Brexit have instantly made traveling abroad, more expensive prospects, but all is not lost. There are still things savvy traveler can do to boost their holiday cash and joining me to explain how. Is FDA money reporter, Amy Williams, welcome Amy. So just briefly tell us what's happened to the pound this week. It's been having a torrid time. It's dropped to below one year or twelve cents, and it's hit its weakest point against the dollar in more than eleven months. So really not good if you're hoping to go on Holiday Inn, haven't yet. Got your holiday cash out. Yes. Unfortunately, I am one of those people. Shan't you guys with Louis the end of September, which I am hoping there might be some recovery before then. But for people like us, we oversee need to get the best possible deal on our cash to counteract somewhat the slide in starting. Can you take us through some of the best and also the worst options for Dina? Let's start with the worst because everyone's in agreement on this. Do not get your cash from the airport, and if you do do it, then you have to order in advance, which I'm told is slightly better in terms of fees and charges in conversion rates than just walking up and getting it from one of the many vendors you'll get at Gatwick or Heathrow, and to don't do that. And instead you can get a prepaid card which is one of the better options. And so some of the challenge of banks like monzo or Starling Bank revelead provide the best ones to you will have to open a Bank account with these guys to get one if that God's that this is a very quick process and that's says, selling point there online up based services, very. Quick to set of Bank accounts and get your your car posted to you. So that's one of one of the better options. If you don't like that idea, you can't do the old fashioned thing of ordering some currency in infants and getting it posted to the post office or marks and Spencer, or places like that that will get money in for you. And those retailers will invariably have better rates than a high street Bank. We found in previous research. So I'm a little bit on how those cards actually works. So if you were to fly one of these challenges Bank accounts that you mentioned when you use the called abroad, the money, as I understand it is converted the spot rate for the MasterCard or visa. A no markup is generally applied to that and with some of them, you can also take money out of a cashpoint without paying any fees. Whereas k. banks charge about two and a half, three percent of the valley of the transaction. That's right. And they'll, they'll view much but rate and there are there are also prepaid cards. The load cash on in advance. So companies like Fairfax offer these, which you don't have to open a Bank account access you. It's like a top car that you put the money on advance, and then you can take it out of the cash point of view, really good rate for doing it. And then some other traps to watch out for when you were broad, particularly when you're handed a payment terminal to type in your pin number. Oh yes. The dynamic currency conversion that hits lots of travelers. Something I've just learned about. So you're sitting in your restaurants, you won't pay the Bill. You won't spend your debit card. They hand you the terminal, and they ask you on the terminal, whether you'd like to pay in euros will assume you're in Europe or pounds, and it's very tempting to click pounds because then you can sort of work on your head how much it is and whether you're in budget or not. But if you do that, you tend to be hit with a massive hidden charge and you do you just you just don't wanna go there. So always paying local currency and keep in conceal time have certain. Fairfax did some research for us a couple of weeks, gay. I think they said the the average conversion rate set by the retailer will the restaurant owner is normally way worse than the two and a half, three percent you'd have to pay with your Bank..

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"ft" Discussed on FT Management

FT Management

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"ft" Discussed on FT Management

"And it is a belt one korean family and it spans generations begins in nineteen hundred and it starts when korea was annexed under japan and it sounds like social studies but it is actually one of the most intimate moving it was just such a lovely book i've loved it since under what are you reading will i recently read a boat that probably most of our listeners will ready read or at least in the film brooklyn by comb told about the life of a young irish girl who depends crossed the atlantic to new york and the way in which he reconciles that life in the love that she finds there with life and loves in closed in the nineteen fifties outweigh island and the choices that she then may it's very beautifully written but highly recommend if you haven't seen the film or read the books read the book i the film is very close to the book i did the way row slightly regretted it but both of them very life affirming on i being a memoir turning by jessica lay which is a memoir about the beneficial effects of world swimming on one's mental and physical health as a wild swim as well to myself it's reinforcing my life decisions but that is affirming well that's it for this series a my thanks to jillian medoff in the united states thank you for having me to andrew hill and to our producer you need a combo the f t business books podcast we back in the autumn when we'll discuss the books had been shortlisted for the twentieth eighteen ft mckinsey business book of the world thank you.

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"ft" Discussed on FT Management

FT Management

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"ft" Discussed on FT Management

"Hello and welcome to the f t business folks podcast i'm isabel barrick executive editor ft work and chris and joining me today is my colleague helen barrett were careers editor hello we're recording this series of the puck cost around the theme of how to live and work better in tech driven age and we're talking about new books that offer advice and practical steps towards that dream it's the head of the launch of the twenty eighteen fte mckinsey business book of the prize later this spring today we'll be talking to lear weiss shoes teaches at stanford graduate school of business her brand new book how we work has the frankly irresistible subtitle live your purpose reclaim your sanity and embrace the daily grind lear joins us on the line from the us welcome mitra having me you very welcome on autumn excited to talk to you because you've been practicing to betton meditation and compassion practice for decades and you actually started as a teenager but how did this personal practice and teaching turn into a book it was a bit of a meandering path but along the way i did a number of long hundred days six month meditation retreats alongside graduate school i in social work and then i got a doctorate in education in buddhist studies which then took me to the compassion center at stanford as their director of education working closely with two in geneva the dalai lama's interpreter to create indirect the teacher training program for our compassion course and we've trained folks from around the world in that curriculum and i also when i got back to stanford had the opportunity to start teaching at the business school so i've been doing that for about six years and it's been a wonderful process in along the way doing more with organizations who are looking to improve their culture their team and their leader.

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FT Banking Weekly

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"ft" Discussed on FT Banking Weekly

"The big question is whether the uk government can persuade the eu to accept that proposals particularly on the transition deal but also obviously on something that replicates the system that's in place at the moment namely the passporting system albeit something with a different name yeah i mean a transition period would be a standstill agreement so as far as that period goes if there is a commitment to it in the next couple of months then that's a positive thing now whether that can be reached the eu as we understand we reported on the front page story in the ft this week is already drawing up property long list of demands about that standstill period and the conditions that it will require the uk to accept including maintaining full freedom of movement and having to keep accepting eu regulations throughout that period so whether that is politically acceptable or not we wait to see but theresa may and philip hammond the chancellor in this meeting last week made it very clear that they've made it a priority to and as much as they can the interest of the city of london they went to even as far as asking the participants what they thought about the future of the city of london and gave them the opportunity to talk about competitiveness and several people raised the issue that on a global level the uk is already losing competitiveness visavis the us with everything that donald trump is doing not only deregulating your loosening several of the financial regulations that but also cutting corporation tax to a level where the us would actually be more attractive for a bank than the uk because of the corporation tax surcharge that the uk levies on the sector so that hasn't gone unnoticed in the banking sector and several of the leading city figures who were there including top executives or chairman from barclays hsbc made this point that the uk needs to be aware of how competitive the uk is visavis not just thrust of europe but also the us post brexit' a low on that we understood.

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"ft" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"ft" Discussed on FT Politics

"Welcome to ft politics the financial times his podcast on all things british politics i've sebastian pain and if this week's episode we'll be discussing the unraveling sexual harassment scandal at westminster and the bank of england's decision to raise interest rates ahead of the budget i'm delighted to be joined by all political edited george parka public policy correspondent helen wall chief economics commentator martin wolf and portfolio manager blacklock loop at harrison thank you for joining it has been another to mochis week if british politics since the last one throughout this week a rolling series of allegations have been made about the past recent and further conduct of mps and ministers was outing in the shock resignation of defense secretary michael follow the even more shocking elevation of gavin williamson from the whips selfish to the ministry of defence questions a hang in the air about what is coming next weather will be further departures from the cabinet and once again whether theresa may can survive this crisis george parka westminster has a slightly end of days failed to it at the moment i am i argued there this week that this could have a similar impact the public's perception of politics as the mps expenses scandals someone who was there then and there now um what's the general atmosphere like surf fair for some sour at spray defensive a new right the mps to fail comparisons between this and the expenses scandal some of them think this could be more damaging scandal four mps and sensors is human beings involved rather than just cash so yet it's a fearful atmosphere it so cutting across party lines of course but i think for a political points beauts especially dangerous for theresa make him without conservatives all the governing party and frankly they got enough problems on their plates trying to deal with brexit with no majority in my money now this comes along it is a huge blow to the to the may government as well as to the body politic of british politics it's quite amazing this all started with the harvey weinstein scanner think nobody could predict it is would have gone from hollywood all the way to westminster.

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"ft" Discussed on FT Everything Else

FT Everything Else

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"ft" Discussed on FT Everything Else

"Hello and welcome to everything else the ft kuchler podcast i'm grice found i'm out in this pressure of the revenue short story by larma fiber long for that is best known for her two thousand and freedom of a we me to what kevin which was made it to a great film with tilda swinton and as from mila should not afraid of tackling big contempory topics such as obesity the us health care system and of the street with him ambulance had latest novel the mandible is a family 2020 nine twenty forty seven is a kind of devastating display p entail at in american family he lose everything in an economic crash anna forced to resort to all means possible to survive in the wild bottom came in to read the man is a kota which is an original short story inspired by the news of 2017 and written for the would factory and new writing north four citizen the new story london's first festival exploring citizenship which take place on november the 10th to the twelve normal service will resume on monday when our next episode is out we'll be discussing tree crime including the podcast duchy john and the netflixing series american vandal and i'll will be talking to comedian racine county you don't know what you've got till it's gone or the mandible yes a kota 23rd september twenty forty seven my dearest tam ruined i ran into gradin recently and he said that you'd moved to kinloch berthie nearly as far north on the scottish mainland is one can get.

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"ft" Discussed on FT Management

FT Management

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"ft" Discussed on FT Management

"Hello and welcome to the ft business books podcasts the place to discover the best in business rising i'm andrew hill management editor and with me this time is emma jacobs features right to interviewer and columnist any we've been talking in this series to the six officers who have made the short list for the world's most coveted prize for business rising the 2017 sentul times and mckinsey business book of the year award you can slammed the shortlist at s t dot com forward slash book award and find out who the winner is on the vimba six tweet us at ft would careers using that f t biz books this week we meet all six and signed a little cya annan powell also reset molly fleet for inclusion and lasting change published in september the book tackles head on the problem of discrimination and harassment in silicon valley partly through the lens of elon's unsuccessful discrimination lawsuit against her than employer kleiner perkins caufield and by as the silicon valley venture capital firm twelve years also she started in venture capital she writes fewer than six percent as people making decisions that all women and few in a one percent all black i was struck in particular by this line from the penultimate chapter by 2016 many of us have come to realise that the whole tax system had exclusion built into its design to become truly inclusive tech needed a big change a revolution in thinking what we began to described as a complete reset annan joins us now from san francisco welcome mellon thank you for having me.

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FT News

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"ft" Discussed on FT News

"From the financial times in london on john murray branin this is ft news saudi arabia is considering delaying plans for an international listing that state oil company saudi aramco in favor of a private share sale to foreign governments and other investors the planned listing of a fivepercent stake in saudi aramco was the centerpiece of an economic reform program led by the kingdom's crown prince mohammad bin salman aimed at diversifying the economy and reducing its dependence on crude oil so why is the kingdom now reconsidering this move hair with major discuss this is the ft is oil and gas correspondent annually arrival and allen lives e elects writer angela first of all you helped break the story what kind of a share sale is saudi arabia are now considering as an alternative to an international listing so often moves the new year of trying to figure out how to do an international stock exchange listing for example in london or new york it's now emerged that the company and its advisers are looking at effectively a private sale to sovereign wealth funds and potentially other institution investors alongside a domestic listing on the saudi tatta will exchange i mean they could still do in international listing but we've been told that it would be a lot later than 2018 which is the initial plan.

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"ft" Discussed on FT Management

FT Management

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"ft" Discussed on FT Management

"Hello and welcome to the ft business books podcast the place to discover the best in business writing i'm randy green columnist and commentator here the ft each week we are joined by all top writers to talk about the business books they have selected to see you through turbulent times this week i'm joined by sarah o'connor employment correspondent columnist his choice of book is a classic of social history working by studs circle hollow sarah i and joining us again is the everpopular andrew hill the ft management editor welcome andrew before we get to this week's book sarah water you reading at the moment i am not reading anything remotely workrelated i'm afraid on reading the ghost mall things by arundhati roy oh he's back in the news with a new book exactly and that's why i say there is obviously not best here out any birkin dawned on me that actually i still haven't read the original and classic it's fantastic have to say it but i'm not a fiction fiend i read every single night in bed before gate sleep unlike martin wolf who i listen to you last week he said he doesn't meet any fiction any mortal his arm of fiction veen to andreotti reading of the moment sofa crew frene but not reading a wreath at the moment betweden novels probably armed immersed in business books for all business book of the year award judging process or prejudging process onerous odorless mccracken quitting after their summit area mccracken accommodate any more words in my head of the madman flare i'll take a break art van okay fantastic so onto our book of the fortnight working by studs tackle this thick time chronicle hundreds of into these the turco conducted with american workers during the 1970s published in 1974 originally it fascinated readers by transforming labour market statistics into the lives of real people here is the subtitle people talk about what they do all day and how they feel about what they do sarah why have you chosen this is our book for turbulent times.

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"ft" Discussed on FT News

FT News

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"ft" Discussed on FT News

"From the financial times in london i'm john murray brundle this is ft mutes golden sixty people have lost their lives in a devastating forest fire in central portugal in recent days in shocking scenes some of the victims were found dead inside that causes they tried to escape the fire ravaged region with me to discuss the unfolding disaster is peter wise the ftc lisbon correspondent peter i can you give us some idea of the devastation what exactly happened and what is believed to be the cause of the fire the fire broke out of a long time on saturday in a region about two hundred kilometers nofee area down on at the garden for healy region oh oh it is an even of portugal experiencing wave temperatures in areas like pedal ground in the ground and many other parts of portugal have reached forty degrees centigrade the police are confident that the cause of the fire was a dry thunderstorm when there is thunder and lightning that the atmosphere is so hard to that the rain evaporates before it reaches the ground the police say they of even found the tree that they believe was hit by lightning should which started the fire because of the heat the zero humidity and strong and changing winds the fire spread very rapidly on several different fronts the wind kept changing it made it very difficult for firefighters to combat the blaze and as you said at the beginning um one of the many tragic aspects of this file was that thirty people who were trying to escape the flames in their cars were caught up in the blaze on a small stretch of road and.

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"ft" Discussed on FT Management

FT Management

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"ft" Discussed on FT Management

"Hello and welcome to series two of the ft business books podcast the place to discover the best in business racing i'm helen barrett's the ftc working careers editor and i'm joined once again by the ftc voice of business and leadership wisdom andrew hill management editor hello andris hello hello throughout the series and marked the opening of the ft mckinsey business book of the year award we will be reading and discussing the best books to help you through turbulent times chosen by our top commentators today andrew nye a joined by ron up through hough the ftc global business columnist and herself a writer of business books welcome rauner thank you for having me hello ronas choice the attention merchants tim were is pivotal 2016 book on how our time and attention is harvested in sold but before we get to that book rana what he reading in the moment row i actually did finished richard book davor on new nonfiction book on the financial markets and titled the ended theory and richard is it's very interesting person he was the former risk manager for bridgewater which is the big hedge fund of course run by rate allio he also worked in the sec and in the us treasury department on a new kind of modeling of financial markets one that's based more on sort of human who risk fix rather than complex mathematical formulas and he's calling for nothing less than a revolution in economic that would get rid of the neoclassical model and bringing them more human kind of modeling but should supposedly.

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"ft" Discussed on FT Management

FT Management

02:06 min | 5 years ago

"ft" Discussed on FT Management

"About wrote buyouts that i think of rome's bit stalking hello and welcome to the ft business book challenge portcost the place to discover the best in business rushing i'm helen barrett the ftc working careers editor this podcast is simple what challenging you to reach six classic business books in 12 weeks each book his chosen by an f t columnist we give you two weeks to read it then we'll regroup to remain ice on it in episode six andrew hell on management editor set on lost book the wisdom of crowds by james serreqi andrew his hair and so his isabelle barrick assistant commentator welcome both a letter we'll be discussing the wisdom of crowds a book that promises to change forever the way you think about human behavior but before we get to that is the question we love to start with andrew what are you reading at the moment so i'm just finished am pull reaches the sellout which was them and booker prize winner this year the emma jake was mentioned all lost podcast it's obviously a satire american africanamerican reuter talking about or using the sat art who am ready puncher a lot of the assumptions and presumptions of for of american society and his attitude towards african americans and i didn't like it i use it like it like it network i i found it very dense i enjoyed some of the individual jokes that some quite great would play in it but it didn't hit the mark for bail in fact it really made me not off a few times just because i couldn't were my way through it i i wonder really as a white englishman whether i am the target audience although it is provocative and lots of ways that i could easily understand but i didn't them it i just didn't take to it as something about satire these days that i sometimes find a bit sledgehammer action that was the case despite the rather deft work play that he he weaved into it.

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"ft" Discussed on FT Investigations

FT Investigations

01:48 min | 5 years ago

"ft" Discussed on FT Investigations

"From the financial times in london i'm christine speller in this is ft investigations south dakota is best known for its vast stretches of flat land and the mount rushmore monument were the heads of four american presidents were carved into the black hill mountains it associate barely populated the locals joke it is more pheasants than people but it's financial mecca sioux falls has become the unlikely magnet for a lucrative business it is here that america's ultrawealthy set up trust to protect their fortunes from taxes and future expow says assets held in south dakota entrust were worth more than two hundred twenty six billion in 2014 according to the states division of banking the number of trust companies has jumped from twenty in two thousand six to eighty six this year the state's role as a prairie tax haven has gained unwanted attentions since the release of the panama papers an investigation by the international consortium of investigative journalists which has drawn attention to the anonymity that is available in the us with me in the studio to discuss this is vanessa holder the ftc tax correspondend and on the line from new york is scarce grenell who traveled to south dakota for the ft to investigate carat tell us what you found how was it that south dakota can to be used in this way south dakota head is so interesting because going back years now coupled decades they position themselves to really be one of the top states to attract people by creating law that is very clear and consistent that makes it very beneficial to set up a trust in the state there's no personal income tax there's no corporate income tax.

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