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"fennell" Discussed on The Holistic PT Podcast
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"Lighthouses changed the fortunes of nations helping determine which ones would dominate in the nineteenth century. And it's all because a French physicist knew enough about the properties of light to vastly improve the signals produced by their beacons today. Lighthouses can be destination all. They're all complete with a great view. And maybe a beautiful limbs designed Augustine for now on display. Teresa Levitt tells us about the birth of the modern lighthouse in her book a short bright flash. She teaches history at old. Miss Joins US right now on travel. With Rick Steves Theresa Welcome thank you. Let's go to talk to you for me lighthouses. Really have a mystique. I think for a lot of travelers. We see these lighthouses. And what is it about lighthouses? That has that special attraction. And why are you so interested in White House? We'll I think half of the question is that they're always in these amazing locations right. I mean the very definition of a lighthouse is that it's on the edge of civilization. You have to travel to get to them. And then when you're there that's about as far as you can go. I just love that because I really liked land's end. There's so many of the road you know when you get to the end of the road. There's still a lighthouse out there and that's the last thing you see and you can also imagine for someone travelling over the ocean that that's the first thing they see and so it's also the indication of the beginning of civilization for them before we get into specifics on lighthouses and the technology behind them give us a little primer where would the earliest lighthouses and they must be very expensive to build. What's the practical use of them? Well it's interesting because I think the word lighthouse can mean a lot of different things. People have this idea that lighthouses are very ancient form of technology. And this isn't necessarily wrong. You know in the sort of Seven Wonders of the ancient world. Everyone knows about the lighthouse of Alexandria but actually a second one of those wonders was also a lighthouse. The Colossus of Rhodes people now think was was holding up a light so on the one hand they go back very far but really these sort of ancient technologies or in many ways different from what we think of a lighthouse now They started out really to mark. The entrances of harbors so as ships would becoming usually. There'd be sort of a day beacon Some sort of marker to show that this was the entrance and then often they put fires on top of these to help make them more visible and this is really essentially what a lighthouse was for us with Epson restaurant. Because what do you think Alexandria and you think of roads? Those are the two most famous ancient lighthouses that I know about. And both of them didn't warn mariners about a refer. Iraq. They just marked great harbours right so that would be something that You know sort of sailors would be sort of wanting to approach them. That was the whole point and you can see in this sense. It's fine if the light is fairly that is I mean. Obviously you want the light to be as bright as possible but in this sense a dim light is still better than having no light at all. It'd be like a light marking the limits of your driveway. So people can get in running over your garden. Yes and these really weren't anything. Fancy I mean obviously the Lighthouse of Alexandria has a great reputation but usually what these were. Were simply fires either. Wood fires or coal fires that were at the top of sort of elevated platform so then things changed and did that come with trade when when ships were going farther afield and they just had to have markers for different things that were dangerous. Did Change started to pick up in the eighteenth century and obviously he's sort of pushed by the fact that you have lots more ships making these voyages but they're still in a way. There's still was this problem that the the lights were not necessarily bright enough to make what we think of as modern lighthouse to to really fully warn ships away from a coastline. So even once you get to the eighteenth century you've got a fairly vigorous maritime trade lighthouses are still being lit by coalfires fires or or candles and they still almost entirely marked entrance to either harbors or sometimes entrances to where you would turn into enter obey. This gets into the theme of Your Book. Which is the development of this new technology by Fornell and the birth of the modern lighthouse? And what's fascinating to me at which your book described it so beautifully as that in eighteen nineteen. You have this famous painting that those of us who've been to Paris people ever the Jabber Coz the raft of the Medusa. This horrible shipwreck. And all this suffering. I never put it together. There was no good Lighthouse in the shipwreck ran aground because there was none of that safeguard and in the same. You're for now was filling this need by developing this radical new kind of lends that could sign a much stronger beam be more effective for maritime safety. What is it about this new lens that enabled it to be head and shoulders above the previous technology? Will it's able to capture all of the light available. I mean the problem that you had with just having an open fire on a pillar is that most of the light going out of a light source. The light will radiate in all directions. Only a very small portion of it is actually hitting your eye which means that most of it is being effectively wasted in terms of its brightness. So at this lens is able to do. It's able to capture all of the light that would have been radiated in the opposite direction or above or below and it's able to bend it into a single beam which is much much brighter than what you would have seen with the naked flame alone. Okay so when I look at this for now. It looks like a picket fence of reflectors is directing all the different late that it can under one spot so then it can be pushed out or are. How does that work in Layman's terms? So the idea of lenses that it's going to end light but the problem with the standard lenses of the day. I mean you can think of these big convex lenses with sort of bulge out in the middle. If you're going to try to use that to bend the light a lighthouse it would have to be simply enormous because you're bending the light through these really sharp distances so what have been larger than anything that was physically possible to produce at the time and also it would have been so thick that a lot of the light would have been lost. Trimmer so for nels. Big Innovation has sort of big insight. Was that you could achieve the same effect of bending all of the light into a single beam by cutting out all of the glass in the middle essentially and instead having a number of different prisons that are arranged in a precise mathematical way such that. They're directing all of the light into this single beam. And so that's what you're seeing. When you see a Fennell Lens it looks like this. Beehive of Of Glass Prism some way. But they're arranged so that mathematically the light is all being directed into a single beam and you'll have different kinds you have. What are called the fixed lenses which sends the light all the way out in a plane. I level or you have a rotating lenses which will fix it into individual beams and then as the the lens rotates. You're going to see a flash of light every thirty seconds or fifteen seconds or whatever. The designated signature is
Adaptation of Rudyard Kipling's "If" for Planning Section Chiefs
"Again let the juices flow. A little bit continued the inspiration from kipling's poem if I had adapted adapt that for project managers please check that out I've also adapted that for my brother and sister or hazards planning section chiefs. This is Kevin Fennell. The host of the people process progress. podcast thank you for listening subscribing leaving reviews if you like this if you enjoy episode or the series even the backlogs from the between the slides. Please share them with your friends. Family whomever here is my insight adapted in the format of kipling's if for all hazards planning inning checks and chiefs if you can guide the team through the process while about you are unsure what to do if you believe in the method when others want to go askew but adapt and adjust to help them through if you can facilitate discussion but not jump in or try try to dictate tactics. Because you're not ops or fill out forms before objectives are complete and do all this through objective is if you can plan but not make documents your master if you can help but not have to be in charge if you can prepare contingencies. As for the worst disaster and be ready if the worst comes to bare if you can check folks in account for them all but not depend on preprinted rosters or be ready at the last minute to change the plan and start again tomorrow in a brand new cycle if you can empower your units leaders and let them lead somewhat hands off and fail and have the crucial conversations and take doc ownership because your the boss if you can push yourself for the late night printings to prepare a finished product addict when all are asleep and lean on your section. When you've almost nothing left except the resolve in you that says we must if you can brief the crowds and speak with confidence or talk to mayors but not talk too much if neither naysayers nor armchair planners can upset that you. If you're units can rely on you but not depend too much if you can work through the critical incident with poise as an confidence and trust yours is to help the special event or disaster. And which is more. You'll be a plan chief. My friend hope you enjoy this reading as I wrote this. I thought about F- as I looked at them side to side in want verse for verse. I pulled through all the various emotions that come with being a planning section chief in working a special event in the longtime you have and the politics and the egos is in the silos. You have to break through and contrast that with a critical incident where you try and find someone and it doesn't work out or you show up to help get pizza and Porta Johns at a fire are and I think this this poem this writing this captures the sentiment of being a hall hazards planning section chief. Where everyone's GonNa look to you and depend on you and that is a great thing but you have to be strong in your resolve and your knowledge in your skill set and understand that that things will change that the process could be messy but that you are going to be there and you were going to be strong and you were going to rely on your teammates and that you can step back and not have to dictate the plan but also keep people on track and communicate.
"fennell" Discussed on What Shall We Do About...?
"Culture Shaw Ryan. That's very very vague. I would take my lessons from net flicks. You know when you drop down those the Menu Netflix. Where it's like you like this? Because it was provocative and it was an intriguing documentary. Like you like this. Because it had a group of ethnic friends I literally saw that on one of them I really am I. Do I do like ethnic confirm that you know me so well. Yeah I think I think podcast promotion needs to move in the direction of of really smart algorithms and then be promoted properly like hey. These show is about trying to improve things trying to solve things. We've already said these too many podcasts in the world so what do you think. What shall we do about podcasts? You've seen the movie. The poach was just do that. Too all the podcasters getting yes. That would be good though. I'm Sam advocated for massacre focus grinding. I'm thinking more if you had enough one stars because people have gone. This is is rubbish from the jetted from the But I think that doesn't solve the problem with the immovability of the top end of the talk because people are still picking things on exactly Zac Jerem and looking at you. I mean one. Stop things like they do. Sink to the bottom of the navigate sane again. It's about making sure that the the things that are available to people better represents what what what the different moods you're inside that things of a different style to compete with each other for the what's in the top ten. Also the apple. PODCASTS designed law law like it's a combination of like how many new subscribers you've acquired over racing period of time. It has no bearing whatsoever on actual download numbers. It's a it's Li- it's lying through chock-full but I think is it. They do that so that they can create. I A changeable stylized. It'd just be like Joe Rogan and Hammet shanty at the top which it sees stages pit teaches pat. Yeah the seriously yeah. Yeah so yeah. How are we solving I think I think we on the front page. Honestly I think we read it on the front page. Um about OV- apple and and spotify and Polka so that for discover ability like not not for the ones you've already subscribed to but we redesign it for discover operability I think that's good also have like an independent shot system to well the ease some talk of that but it's a bit well well. It only involves the commission Australia. Blazers set up something that Ohio I party to something that has an independently monitored download numbers thing. I believe the ABC adjoining it bought the problem with that. Is it still only like the people that are great. Assign up to it so you oh really on the at that point you like. I looked at the and it's like Oh look this. I F L Shaw from crop media in Melbourne It's just radio shows. That can repackage. Yeah I would like to say that with with the saying there are a lot to say it with a mayor. And they're all the other big podcast costs produces in the contrary. I feel like he needs everybody on that to be meaningful because of the moments dislike fourteen. Fourteen like radio shows prepackaged. Yeah Yeah you're right. So that will I think by the time you hear this. They they will have done them but again. It doesn't solve the problem of like Independent. Broadcasters people people outside the network will Yes you've just got to tell people that you number a big of a mile from now then mark. Thanks for you Tom. But also all the best with the rose dual thank you. I hope you take it out even if you've done a great podcast beds and I'm looking forward to hearing the next.
"fennell" Discussed on What Shall We Do About...?
"So we do the next one. That's the whole I compressed a forty five minute conversation but that was the whole mood show principle. So it's about it's rather than cooking. It's about enticing. That would be the short version of that and I think you know I think the fact that you know people don't have to buy albums anymore. You can have a taste of it and if you don't like it say you. You know watching a movie on Netflix. And he would podcast and their free. Yeah even more apple. Yeah exactly. It's so easy to just click next. Unless of course it's eat bins which is a paid subscription. Yeah which I mean I do. I do think he's sort of the future of how this is going. Neither there are going to be more pied for audio. Subscription services aprons was mostly made available free on the initial released. But I think I think in order for podcasting to a a a fully developed audio entertainment to be fully developed ecosystem. You donate at arrive thing. Some of which will inevitably inevitably be behind paywall some of which will be supported by ads. Yes Sandwich independent postal projects on which will be paid for by the tax by through public I think we need a full swayed all of options and as a general rule. I do think if you care about something he should pay for it but at the same time like it's difficult extremes like paypal. We've given up for free long the asking people to pay for audio. It surfaced nothing like to say how that's going down that they more what they're more open to in the US be interesting to say house try Sort of Australia chooses to get on board with that everyone could have a podcast is and everyone does have these days. But if it's behind a paywall then it's generally going to be a decent product. Well I mean rather than just two guys recording microphone. Yeah and whatever and actually in conversations with audible there is. I certain kind of thing that audible will. I don't want to be massively out of school. About what their corporate strategy but there is there are there are certain unconscious. Things that that they're looking for that I think will get people over the line that they promising a really premium experience. France I guess is how I would put it. It's bad I it's about audiard's that is really enveloping. It's about a story. That's really engaging it's about something that takes tykes you somewhere now while the no the show will do and look the thing else. I certainly about mine too series With audible is days because of the sheer amount of I've Travel involved to to go to the hot stories up. No one would like there's no chance ever say would have been able to pay for that is not And also they were amazing partners like they really backed the idea to comp look. It's an unusual series. It starts off quickey and we'd and then it gets quite dock and I were really. That would really on board for that really quickly and I was surprised having been a person who is perennially told Nar very many projects in the boss. I was very lucky to have a big powerful audio company. Just go yeah we get that. We know which trying to break go from do it. So can I ask what you discovered about about podcasting through making it burns because obviously you had a budget. Yeah you can go and record this owner. Forget where I was. I was actually mowing the lawns in my house when I heard do you. Aiding the Chili. NFL The pain sweating at the time. But e-eh things about how to make good podcast that you learn through that process. Because because he had all of those things available to you disdain distant the storytelling yeah. I'm familiar how things experienced because all. I've never told the story like that. But like I don half hour documentaries recipe s which gave you some agency with some some knowledge of how to tell a documentary story But this was a whole different thing and I think the thing that was most challenging and the thing. I'm still to this point. Not Quite sure we pulled off with this whole thread throughout. It's May and no. I've never folded myself into work before everything interviewing somebody just making as much about them as Olisa from doing live radio is humanly possible inside there. Is this thread prayed about mayonnaise that I was not uncomfortable with but I certainly nothing I'd shade before and I think think learning to think about yourself as a character was really was really important because at the end of the die. When you're working on a podcastone stole you're working on a documentary in audio form? Whatever you want to think of it as the number one person that the audience has to engage with isn't isn't your best talent isn't it's actually your and working at how you unfold who that person is to the audience is actually a part of the storytelling prices that Most journalists are really uncomfortable. Yeah Yeah Vividly remember being like seventeen eighteen years old in the community radio being said like anytime you WanNa say on you can almost always replace it with woodyear try. It does work. I was sitting there and I was sitting there in the theater thinking. What's wrong with this movie? The way I would end up doing it. And it's just one of those movies where you sit in there in the summer and you think why why is it so bad boys works right and it's just a little subtle thing adding to like put the that moment in the world of the audience not May and this was the first time I actually had to garden or not. This is about you and you need to work. Get how you'll unfolding that person to the audience and it's really the odd of withholding storytelling about scouts. Like what don't tell everybody everything up front aunt tell them just enough to pull them in and then let there be narrative tension let their base spice. Where people aren't quite sure what to think about this person where they aren't on quite sure where this thing's going next without quite sure if this whole thing makes sense yet be okay with that because that's that's narrative tension the polls paypal through? I'm not sure worked but clearly it worked enough I of course what do you think the true crime genre is such a big thing with podcast. Popula Woah. I had a great explanation for this. Because it's about relationships and puzzles the core of mice good true crime recently and actually isn't strictly speaking just crime so sorry mystery. It's about people and those are the things that really work collect. Teacher's pet works impact because You are spending a lot of time trying to work out human. Being who is is this person what did do I believe him do. I trust him. We as human beings are really fascinated with trump work other people out charm workout what makes people tick Yep And why do people do the things that they are. You combine that in a night curiosity with the incredibly intimacy that it creates These about Dan and you could be anywhere. But your meant if it's if it's bad you're mentally transported into the world of of another human. I'm Ben so you combine those two things basically you've got China understand people and how people why people do what they do but with this medium that by its nature draws you in close and long. It's longer than television story. It's longer than a documentary. So the best the best true crime podcast explorations into human psychology Got There in the end all right another thing that that is becoming more current and we talked. What about the Daily News? podcasts like the signal and there's so many of them now are becoming more and more prominent. Do you think that that radio will still apply a be. Tend to podcast in the morning for their news rather than turning on the radio in feature. Yeah I mean I think it's a really it's a really interesting moment seven so I'm too young to listen to Pam and I'm too old to listen to hack our. There's not there's nothing being married for like thirty four. Yeah thirty two. Yeah so like. I don't really really listen to pay him not that I don't think it's but it's not my thing and and it doesn't feel like he's my uniform and hack is interested in pill testing and I've got two kids and I live in the suburbs. I'm like I'm not. I'm not hanging on the weekends. It's finding a thing by saying I'm not getting mounted on the weekend. That's what I meant to say. This is a little out of. I'm very very old and sorry to have so in that sense radio. He's not serving living me. I'm not being served by existing radio like I'll listen to the you know the diaphragm news. What comes on? But it's not the same thing right whereas is the signal and Full story from the Guardian. I feel like that might for me. I feel like they telling me something in in my voice that that I do WanNa he sar if you if you just WanNa look at it through the window of news. I do think that radio should be concerned. I do still love listening to music. Are you pod. which is a annual? ABC Laid podcast conference. I guess you'd call it. mm-hmm couldn't get along this year but I wanted to but there was a ABC podcast survey between on that came out and said a whole bunch of stuff. Obviously listening skews younger. Majority Ajaria Issa's in twenty five to forty four age demographic but also that there are more than seven hundred thousand. PODCASTS available apple podcasts. Are they too many podcasts. Asking the world yesterday it puts incredible focus on curation and promotion. There are too many podcasts. And I think the APP I listen to podcasts on NATO. Get better about knowing what to recommend us now. Whether that's through I or getting to know you as a listener all I'll bet a curated human Lists that needs to be by through 'cause I logo on and I'm just for too much choice but that was the interesting thing about being the launch podcasts for audible the first order ball original meant that there was a very clear. Yeah messages market. We have this one thing should this morning and it was like beneficial like getting people to sign up to a different service. That was hard but knowing that they had one thing to sell rob being crowded marketplaces helped really really helped I think from podcast organization in standpoint promotions going to become hotter and hotter and from a user standpoint. I think the APP to get Do you think too like food. For example take these podcasts. That are making. I went into it thinking it may never get hurt. People have it may never actually he this but I am passionate about this topic and I want to run with it and so I go to the podcast. Efficacy Joe Rogan. Okay Dolly Parton all the things that recommends the the things I listened to in a big y you gotta get them. That new inaudible list nine. But how do you do that. I think that's part of the problem. I Yeah I mean. And this is the thing where I think the situation. DIS- puts independent Gaza's at a disadvantage and I don't think that's rise because there's some brilliant things I come from independent podcast us. I think maybe need to get better about promoting a mixture of things like I think what happens is that that there's a definition of like what high quality looks like high quality. Looks like it looks like he's normally high production value those things that end up in new and notable in that new and notable tasks and the concern with that is that that's not always what we want. The example. We talked talked about earlier about the month. Old Bang on like those are awesome podcast but they not high-production about The people who still want that sometimes. Like I'd love to say like Chatty Chatty chatty as a spice the categories a nonsense TV and film have you looked through the best nothing religious shaping film like like as yeah like that I think I need to break down the categories in terms of like what you actually want to listen to. Yeah like.
"fennell" Discussed on What Shall We Do About...?
"With streaming services these gazillion things. You could watch what. What kind of podcasts do you listen to? I'M GONNA actually get at my fine and I'm gonNA find. I subscribe to many things what I at least two and what. I subscribe to almost two different issues now. I think I'll say what do you. What what appeasing Well this is looking. Okay so I can say Oracle Luminary pocket costs Apple Music Apple podcasts books and spotify five podcast apps there well all. Yeah Yeah So. I only use apple podcasts. To Send Link San Links to the things in the apple podcast one spotify. I'm mostly listened to musical. I do think podcasting APP is quite good audible. I have because I'm contractually bound to have it luminary I'm just is a painful podcasting service launched in the US that Is Interesting. I did some good things on there. I don't know it's totally worth the money yet but my preferred APP is pocket cost which is beautiful APP that was developed by two people in Adelaide by some Americans and this is my ridiculous this array of podcast. Wow It's a full screen and it goes on and on and on and on so is it about a K.. All these options but it depends depends. What mood you're in? It's one hundred percent. What mood I'm in? There's some things are just too late. I have a daily. Never listen to it. Michael Bob on the only person in the world but I find Michael Bob Tarascon of annoying. It's very he's I respect him. I respect they've done that. You subscribe that because you know now getting subscription and everyone's got to have it on the APP. Yeah no I mean like they do good things. I just don't like listening in economy. Joining full story was the daily podcast from the Guardian. I do think the signal of all the debt of all the daily podcast signal is the best. And I can say that because I'm friends with hosted by signals signaling full story. I love them both Laura and end and savior wonderful but I do think the signal is the best at the moment finding drag awesome podcast. I ridiculous. These two guys Alexi totally. Toyotas and Cameron James Die found a pace of fan fiction. uh-huh that is the character of drager from the rocky movies and somebody's like built a whole back story for him like he's the hunter rate who who is the amazing right of the credits. Very cool it's incredible. I like the business from. KCRW CHARBONNET and time business My go-to every awake. Bang on with my favorite. I love those those two. They're the best rusher listing absolutely. I feel like I'm just like promoting products now which ridiculous. I don't really at work here that often but I do good stuff and actually the one that is. I'm in love with at the moment and I think a lot of people are is Dolly Apartments America. Yes which is just an absolutely beautiful series but one that I do. A lot of people haven't actually listened to that. I really recommend this one that Rachel maddow now the American journalists did bag man about Spiro. Agnew who was vice president under Nixon Tom For some seriously sleep. Bad thing right beautifully well told incredibly will produce probably some of the best use of archive material podcast. And there's a lot of things here that my God donated delayed wait. I'm a big fan of making opera and making our Bama and say making beyond says not lie. I'm very excited about that too. Let's see I have a wellness icon. I tend to these podcasts. I think it's easier to navigate than apple podcasts. Just being able to say everything everything there it does that it becomes very obvious. Here are some things that I subscribe to have. Some people buy books that they never on buys books that you read raid. Yeah I have it because it makes me look smart when People WanNa look exactly. Do I ever listen to it now. You wonder how true that is the daily around the world anyway. What I'm also interested to know? He's windy. Listen to podcasts. Where kids for me? When I do the washing up and when I drive I happen to live in Southsea? Tame and I happen to work in north okay. Let me tell you a thing about Sydney traffic pick. It's it's not good so I do about ninety minutes of driving. It died my carbon footprint huge. Yes and my podcast. Listening is so you listen to podcasts rather than ride yet do you ever listen to radio. I'm actually I'm quite promiscuous in that regard I I listen to podcasts. When I'm in the mood I love radio I I love live radio? I Love Talk Radio and I love big pop. Music Radio I'm also becoming quite partial to is as listening right here because I'm an old man that I ju- yeah four had two kids and I'm like it smooth mate just play me some Darrow bright-eyed and Mahboob blame it on the boob lay on how much the the it's the prerecorded very famous person. Shot like Michael Boublil who a a hundred percent recorded this in a slab somewhere in Quebec where exactly someone bullet these out minding yet. So I'm I'm partial to into a listening and then also spotify must become weird. Because it's mostly like movie soundtrack. I like what I'm working on when I'm working on a story or documentary or or new. podcast I will build playlists at and I listened to what driving on the way to work because it helps me get into the frame of the story that I'm working on that Diet. It's a weird thing that I got into the habit of doing but it means it's a really helpful way to bring you into to bring you into mental into the spice of telling a story before the front door highly recommend if you work in and storytelling documentaries. Whatever this is the big question what do you think makes a good podcast okay? So there's a few different things that I think Fall into that. People are making the choice to listen to podcasts. For Bunch of raisins. And you need to be you need to be wise to. What's what's going on in their life when they make that that decision to choose? And that's something I sort of quiet. I've actually making some very different. Con kind of shows is download is an extremely chatty. Chill three people in a room talking. It's very lifestyle and what I have noticed. Is that every time I China trick it up by introducing like a a one on one or a All something more investigative the audience uniformly feedback. Then I just want to show where friendly smart people. I'm me with a bunch of information that I can then repeat at dinner parties and Saint Smart that Ah and I like the company and all the fun of and and that would be my reason for listening to bang on or other people's reasons for listening to like chat ten looks three. It's I just WANNA he people. I love talking about things that I care about and nothing more. It's very right in that sense. Yes I listen to say. This is the male Bang on earth. podcast hiring weight leads the same discount conversational exact very radio and driven by personalities as evidenced by the fact that will the radio presented. But then there's the do I wanna be pulled into a world. That's where you go into spices like the shrink next door or or anything that takes you down a journey. I think that the K with that is to have a really enticing hook that the audience need to feel like they need to develop. So you know what I was always taught coming up from from. Radio is like you've got fifteen seconds to hook people tops. And when I did my move your views I spent ninety percent of my energy on that first line and then once I got that first line down. Everything flew flew from. This is what I'm learning about long-form podcast storytelling. Both as least and as a creator is it. Just be a fast cook. It's actually got to be a hook that a invites the audience to want to say it unfold and it's a it's actually. She like as a psychological tried. It's very different. They can be things that I don't instantly understand but they have to be intriguing and enticing the have to be something that that makes me want to stick around for four or five minutes off. You know fine fifteen twenty okay you know what forty five minutes. We'll do the next upside aside like that's the whole game and in that sense it's much closer to the decisions. We make around television of the moment like I was my wife Hyphen. I sat down and watched the first episode of some tissue the other day. It was literally this thing of like. Yeah Yeah.
"fennell" Discussed on What Shall We Do About...?
"Very onus to be included. I feel like podcasts. Is the right topic to have you on for a few years ago. You were that movie Guy But I think people people have kind of forgotten that you're that movie podcast guy. Well when you have fourteen podcasts. I think that's the thing that's funny. The being film critic I was feeling predict for my entire twenty s pretty much from the moment I was nineteen to thirty one thirty two. I was probably best known as a film critic and it is actually I. I was quite concerned when I stopped being a movie. Go after that was all I ever be nine four and it's not that I don't love film insist. Ideal leader really run out of ways of saying acting good directing bed and I just thought this is a job for somebody and a half stars. Yeah I literally nine my production company three and a half stars that you ever get an invoice for me. I talked to the top and it was simply because I had spent so long reviewing movies. That thought. I think this job belongs. I somebody else now. Expected triple defy me and they never did. I leave with my Honor Code. But I'm really grateful to. Thomas spent as a film critic. But I'm really grateful to not doing it for the back and do a lighter on. I'm just like very happy not to be doing it. I often think like I was trying to look at how to describe you in the episode beside intro. And because you were that and you've got a gazillion podcast but you're also interview guy now interviews being really fascinating. Thank Hugh I like. I like funny I. There was a thing that happened where I realized I am the reason I started interviewing people wars actually because of movies. Learn these big junket interviews for Channel Ten. Actually it was when I started. I used to work for their like they morning. Show the circle before studio ten came along and they sent me off to do these junket interview with movie stars and you know you can tell them because they're the ones where they've got the poster over their shoulder. Yeah five minutes and it was like these interesting challenge. Like can I get Brianna to say something interesting. And and five minutes spoiler alert. I did not as we started doing the fade which is the show I do for. ESPN initially was doing quite a lot of that stuff. And then we sort of said well. We're trading this thing like Fila because we know we can. What if we stopped trading Fila and we tried to have a genuinely interesting conversation people even with all the strictures of life celebrity access them? It was amazing because it also came at around about the time that facebook's started putting video up and it just sort of blew up and it's been I think something like thirty million in views over the years that for the interviews that I do on the fate and it's it's sort of incredible to say how they've sort of taken off and I'm I think I'd just I I like exploring a person's life through conversation And also my opinion not that interesting. I love housing. It's not obvious from this interview for where I've already ratcheted up a bunch of time but I love hearing other people's worldview and now I will shut up. This is what I want to know what you think about today podcast but I'm also very nervous and doing the interview with Well I mean I've worked for Andrew Denton for threes is and I only I only now I wasn't doing interviews back then but only now looking back on it do I realize how much he's style l.. Maybe not so much now. But certainly he's eighth all conversations. I acquired even though when I was working for him. We I never did interview stuff. Hey had just quit enough for our allies didn't overlapping. We've actually talked about it a few times about this sort of the eighth. Also what we want out of compensation because people are very similar which I just assume I picked up through osmosis. I liked him all right. That's what I'm going with. No but he was he was a wonderful guy to learn from up-close visual. Yeah how many podcasts are you responsible for. Can you count them. Okay sorry there is Download the Shar which show I do for the say where I'm sitting right now Weekly so to chat about Media Technology Collagen culture. I've done that since two thousand twelve The big one for main loss. Was it burns. which is I fought pot serious audible which went to number two in America Geico on the audible shots? Which still does my? Hey I'm now just getting used to getting emails from Americans going. I loved you serious. Like why are you USTRALIAN. Hi Mark Donovan. Answer to that like how dare us. Well I kinda get it. It must be we'd because a lot of the story takes place in the US and they must be wondering like why. Why is he doing this story? And we're so used to having people from other countries come to tell stories. I just thought it'd be interesting to invert. Got It so it burns did a really found series with Jan friend my former co host of the Fayed we try and solve the world's well. We didn't solve the world's problems. Will we try to make people who are trying to solve the world's problems with the cold few Hoodoo and does I think the ones that out. At the moment I am working in a brand new a series for audible which is a spiritual follow up to it? Burns involves another food and another mystery. And that's like inside this a so you like in bulletproof vests. Yeah as you recorded here that it. It is absolutely absolutely bizarre story. But it's like I'm trading my audible series almost like an anthology now with the first one was about chilies in the next one will be at that and other food that sort of that has its own world that opens up and I think what I've loved about doing the long form series. When you telling a story I refu- episodes these? It's really challenging. y'All AH I've come from doing dilate. Save the seventy. You've US having right minutes to draw a story out of a single encounter with a human being and simply this is actually. Can you hold. Someone's attention can you guide them through four five episodes. I've never done it before. Sorry I'm just like learning how to lay out that storytelling is. It's a completely different skill. Set to to what I've done before and it's very gratifying. That mostly people have responded sounded quite well to it. I listened to it burns now all I can hear is the things that I would really. Yeah and I think that's quite normal for anybody that creates things if you whether you are having spent a Lotta time talking to like actors actors directors and musicians over the years that will always tell you a version of the same sort of psychological traumas like when a listener. He is a Song Owen a view which is a movie they only say. What's there when the Creator Watches that song? All I can say all the pilots not gone down on this. I could added on that. That could be done. That's all you say and I think it burns was really the first moments may where I looked at something and I went i. I am grateful for the success and it's just been nominated for this prestigious award in London which is very surprising to me and I'm really grateful for the success that has had but at the same time lime as I listen to all I can hear is the things that aren't good Does that mean you. Don't listen to it. I don't know I I've we listened to it so many times so many times we might I made a decision like I need to not listen to it again I have like dipped in to like cockpits out for like for for proposals for other things but every time I do like now just let it. Just let it sit. It's out there it's in the world. It's it's almost close to to do writing a book than being a broadcast thing. I love about being a broadcast doing and you must get this right. There is something fun about everyday is a new opportunity to do it again. Do a better do it differently differently. Imported Maroon breath. This is different. It's too sedentary product. Once it's out it exists as this thing you've put out in the world you cannot make changes to it. It's done so your relationship with is a very different one like I'm I just wanted to. When we used to do the Fayed Notley I she really miss doing that? Because it was every day something went wrong. Show is something wasn't right. You could always like console yourself with. They'll be another one tomorrow. That doesn't exist in this moment. You sort of have to make you pace with it a bit. I do breakfast radio. There's always a the rebound show really bad with the next. I you know it's going to be better. You know it's going to be define the rebound the revenge check but don't ask you about your palm door in saying that right now it's rose door are really. Ah Palmdale puddles at the Sundance. I'd say Tally Combo thing. I don't have one one. I've done bad research. What's the Rose Dole? So Roseau is one of the most prestigious one television. It's run or has been run by the same organisation Bicycling Eurovision the European Broadcasting. Well and it's like last year fleabag one this year. Like six sessions nominated bunt bunt. What China's this year is? It's for the very first introduced in audio wintertime category. And it's quite hilarious because it's it's it burns and like free baby showers one of which who'll win I I'm calling it now. Thirteen minutes to learn from the baby. Say Iraq is going to pay me very good. And then there's one other series from the The harsh broadcasters. So I'm like I'M GONNA go. I am going to sort of like it's a bit like the enemies Amis of Europe. You can't like no I'm just GonNa go and win is it. It's a It's it's it's the first of December. Oh so yeah so this will be released by the town we go. Hey you know by now whether I want to know. And and MOM's getting an early sank thirteen minutes of the bait me but I will have a lovely trip to London. That'd be fantastic. Congratulations on that anyway. PODCASTING has just blown up. I kind of feel like the last. It's been around for a decade also but I thought the last few years everyone has a podcast and this is the thing that I struggle with because I really wanted to do this. And this has been on my mind for a long time. Even when I mentioned to my wife that I wanted to. Everyone's go to podcasts. Thanks is part of the problem that have got. How did you get into podcasting because you around before it? was these comment right well. This is the interesting thing I feel like. I've been around since the earliest stages of went on so I started in community radio in Sydney at a place called. FBI One of my first jobs was set up podcasts. And this was two thousand and six years and back. Then I mean you know podcasts. Were thing because of apple's arch in stole and I remember thinking time 'cause that right is session was really about. Music didn't have a lot of talks content. I do remember thinking like back. This could change the way people listen to staffers. If it's on demand and so we set up a bunch like talks shows They're back in two thousand six. And of course I went off to join triple giant and other places so podcast has been a part of my career since I was poor like twenty But what he's amazing is to say. How much change? And it's pretty easy to pinpoint like the moment. It's cereal but if you talk to the creators of cereal they'll tell you the reason I you think it took off in addition to being quite a catchy show was the fact that The the week apple sent out an update which separated podcasts podcasts. Out of our chains into its own APP apple podcasts and then they launched within a couple of days of that so suddenly everyone's hitting their finds updated this new APP there that they've previously was a like a little tab. Audience that if you didn't want to click on you never would suddenly a brand new APP apple podcasts. And I picked him that and that what they reckon massively contributed to its its growth and that was the moment where it was just like beautiful moment of like there's a technical change and then I incredible creative pace of work in the form of cereal and as clicked at the right moment and that has both us a whole world of soften. You had all these really really talented public. Radio produces in the US from this American life and writing lab and that universe of you know very Brooklyn Sounding Kostas who in a very short producing things that really captured people's imagination. Really quickly and anybody. That's anybody that just went crazy. and Ah I absolutely agree with the premise of this episode. This too many and I had a navigator another attachment they. I'm like I'm GonNa make a podcast runs making yeah podcast but then also that thing like what's the point of making one if it's never going to be heard on ever going to be found because there's already too many out there to Rep. He's around. There's only seventy hours in the day the same thing.
Could new evidence save Texas death row inmate Rodney Reed?
"A death row inmate here in Texas faces execution in two weeks unless he persuades the governor to intervene Rodney reed was found guilty in the nineteen ninety six rape and murder of nineteen year old Stacy Steitz the new evidence could clear him did you rape Stacy starts and it did you murder station stuff talk show host Dr Phil conducted a jail house interview with Rodney read that aired last month he's just one of a number of celebrities including Kim Kardashian west Seth green and Riana who tweeted at Texas governor Greg Abbott to pardon read or commute his Senate prosecutors claim Stacy Stites was at home in nineteen ninety six with her fiance Jimmy Fennell a former police officer before driving yourself to work around three AM investigators said read raped and strangled Stites between three and five AM and left her body in a remote area read was arrested after his DNA was found on sites from the beginning he maintained his innocence he claimed he and Stites were having an affair
ADKAR for Projects and Incident Management Teams
"Hey everybody kevin fennell hosted the between the slides podcast not a full episode today more of a thursday thought focused on change management so i recently completed the pro side p. r. zero s c i change management practitioner course and learned about the ad car eighty k. a. r. model which will jump into here a little bit and really i found instant benefit in a way for me to objectively look at myself projects and of course because we're talking about incident management how that could translate to an incident management team as as they deploy building off some of the conversation that robin i hadn't episode thirty seven so we'll pick back up here in the future in the near future with that episode talking about the the lega p but really how can incident management teams be effective change managers which is really what you're doing going into a situation and helping change it for the better hopefully is what's tapping so we'll we'll go through the ad car model and so ad cars awareness desire knowledge ability and reinforcement and what i'll do i'll breakdown down what is the technical definition under the model and then what are some other thoughts i have as far as projects and being a manager and how how can that apply to incident management teams that are going somewhere to help that are working up that leg of the pe- we talked about the initial response that get information and how does that map to add car and like we do here in discussions have done in articles only then pro good process maps a lot and across and amongst project management management body of knowledge six sigma add car the planning p. you know it it's good processes with kind of different titles in documents and so much into it let's look at a awareness sort of the pro side model awareness is not what how in the technical and tactical this is this is people changes ancient strategic it's why do we need to change right what's the cause of the change what isn't in place process wise were or device or in the system or something like that but that everybody has an understanding of our y you know and and we've heard that from simon cynic i've mentioned and if you haven't go look him up but understanding and everybody buying into and believing in the wire having the awareness of it from your executive levels down to the boots on the ground weather it's literally boots on the ground doing search and rescue nurses vs on hospital floors IT folks underneath desks fixing computers is everybody aware why we're gonna make this change in whatever we're doing whether it's a process or a new device your new software or you know were going on in the field and and what are we gonna change right so again this isn't task level stuff that's project work not necessarily change management work which was a great differentiator for me as a project manager so having some sprinkles of change management in the way i project manage but really being in order to tease out the tactical project management stuff and the people and organizational change and the environment that this ad car that this process change management management really looks at so so putting that in terms for incident management teams do folks that are headed out the door on that short team robin i talked about or though the full team does everybody know why we are needed for whatever incident we are responding to you could say events as well everybody have that picture or do they just have what they're doing winging little piece of the planning p in their individual unit or section or whatever they need to have the big picture in the understand what is the overall mission what's you know a lot the times that's translated that awareness is given to us from the incident command or from the team leader as commander's intent or leaders intent so that is an awareness that translates to if we're gonna do change management as an organization or throughout a project how does all our team members whether it's an incident management team or project team do they all understand why we need to change not just what and how in the tactics of it so the next thing and the ad car model is d for desire so in change management it's it's the desire to support short-changed right is everybody on board does everybody get it again from the highest level to the lowest level that yes we need this it we're gonna all support it throughout we're all going to be involved because everybody can buy an early and then if people drop off then you'll see issues which as we go through the ad carr explained that a little bit more but we need everybody to to want to be part of the change engine to continue to be part of that change in the manager team you know how are we going to change the current situation to make it better right so someone asked for our help we've have gone somewhere there's an event they need help with but in responding how are we going to do that and is everybody on board with what's going to happen too so folks that thrown into management teams typically desire to do incident management work isn't an issue maybe in this case it's d- does everybody have the desire to do whatever is needed at whatever position position and we touched on that robin i enough to spoken to her before if you're credentialed says a plan chief you should be ready and happy and willing to work anything within that section action that's all the units that's a check and recorder that's whatever whatever is needed just because you are signed off on the highest book what that really means is that you're qualified to do everything everything at that level and below and show you should have the desire when you go out the door and when you're out to do whatever right so if if there's three plans chiefs and they just need someone to stand up a table table and circuit and people to sign in that your job and that's how you're going to help and so we'll get into how we can you know help with some of that stuff here in the next step so the third step up in the ad car model is k. for knowledge so for our folks and change management how are we going to do the change right did we empower folks with the knowledge to be able to make these these changes that we're asking them to do a process or a new product or you know and it's not just training it's the big picture it's you know they have a picture of everything we're asking them to do that desire to do it and then the knowledge of how to do it and so certainly training is a component of it but also in how um what's the knowledge of how this will make their lives better how will it make their shifts better how will it make the team more efficient and so that whole kind of picture and definitely we need to be communicating throughout all of these steps apps and that's a a big point in this as well and for instance as teams how are we gonna do we have the knowledge to know how we're going to integrate to make change happen when when we show up i think that's that's hugely important and then to that as well what what should we change what should we suggest that we change because again we're not the the owners of what's going on there were guests and what do we not change what if we show up something's going accountabilities rock in the house really good well don't change it disaster if they need more people and so you know going back to that desire peace so again if your plan chief you should certainly have the knowledge to work every position below you not just how run the process and maybe do some forms so that's an area that you can shore up than certainly make sure your knowledge is from being a status check and record or filled observer up through the units up to the section chief that you have the knowledge to be able to jump in and do any of those jobs and so really back to regular kind of project change management do all of our people on the team have the knowledge doing to help them obtain more knowledge to help us create and plan effective change management and then as we keep going down the road continuous and ongoing so the four step an abc car is ability do our folks have the skills sales and abilities to make the change so some of this is from the training you know do they already have the knowledge and we're going to help communicate that around we're going to get them to knowledge are we gonna do we need to do training are they in a position where they are good facilitators right so it's not all just formal classroom training it's an a big part of ad car ineffective change management the chew biggest players that help that both in communication and helped drive and keep change our sponsors so high level executives so leadership hit by in like the commanders like your hollow officers if you hear messages from them you typically listen a bit more and manager so managers meaning the folks that right your performance reviews that you hear from every day that you want to hear updates from every day so that's our target for letting us know in so just like some folks are great practitioners shinners in the field at doing really tactical things there's a challenge sometimes when incident management teams to step out of that and be strategic so does someone one have the ability to step out of their tactical role and be strategic and help implement the change that the team is there to do meaning do we have the right players or should we pair them with someone on that spend doing it a little bit more in the incident management field and help build up that person that's just coming out of the boots on the ground role and and stepping that up and so as changed managers whether you're a leader on its management team were changed manager on on a former projects looking at kenya team make these changes do we have the knowledge how do we provide it how do we do training what are other ways we can get that leadership training facilitation presentation training communication training all these different things and no trainings pretty hard but again it's also looking at your people and the ultimate end result of that is if you have someone who is great at leading folks doing things in their unit or in their incident management section or whatever part of the business but they're not a great facilitator or communicator of the change in the trainings not work then looking at how we can get someone someone in there that that may be can help facilitate that a little bit better than that's a tough call and that's for either a project team or incident management team right there's some folks that that are good in certain situations and they get in other other ones and they struggle even with some exposure some trainings and propping up and that's when sometimes we have to have the hard decision step in as leaders and say you know what thank you so much for for trying for being part of this would we're going to have to get somebody else to help fill this role and you're welcome to shadow or stay on or you know kind kind of go back to what you were doing it will certainly be in touch and you know there's different ways crucial conversations all that kind of stuff but sometimes that has to happen and if you get to which we'll talk talking the next step of kind of disciplinary south than that's a whole 'nother level as well sore on the fifth step of ad car we've already talked about awareness earnest desire knowledge and ability and so that fifth step is reinforcement right we can do all the things we've done before but then the changes just dropped and it's not reinforced in different ways than we will have done some good work but maybe wasted some time or miss them opportunities that we could have
"fennell" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast
"Do agree on is but it's not just any ross tucker football podcast is they finished strong friday presented by kids dot com the die hards amongst you were talking about either they're talking about a england usa women's soccer game tim from england was chime in on it a sean is saying what did they call the walled appeasers something down in australia it's unbelievable i get my international culture from tuck heads dot com absolutely love it almost as much as i love giving out winners each each and every friday we want winners were what people wanna win ride you have that yet so you know what he did pull it but it's on my home computer and i'm sorry ross i'm not at home right now traffic that's right you i know you're traveling but i did not know how that worked the magic of brian's audio so okay anyway here the winners tim russell via facebook's he loved the college draft on tuesday day where's mike renner from pro football focus he loved it on facebook facebook dot com slash ross tucker nfl and i i'm not like a huge facebook's guy i mainly just post stuff there for for for you guys to consume but i don't even know the difference between liking in loving but i gotta tell ya love sounds better so i'm going with love i'm going with tim russell tim send me an email ross at at ross tucker dot com where you're mailing address as well is whether you'd have rather beside picture sign football card or one of these awesome press passes but i still have for you as same was jeff morgan same thing jeff ross at ross tucker dot com i didn't even write down what sponsor jeff took advantage of gosh i should do that i usually do at any rate jeff thank you for taking advantage of one of the sponsors over at ross tucker.
2-year-old boy dies after contracting E. coli at San Diego fair
"New York. One child has died E coli linked to a San Diego, fair animal contact the suspected cause in the death of a small child sick. And by e coli bacteria, apparently at the San Diego County, fair, a two year old who was hospitalized and later died. Three others got sick. Timothy Fennell is CEO in general manager of del mar fairgrounds. Unfortunately, when you do have a livestock, or animals, there is a potential inherent risks animals do relieve themselves. E coli is in the feces, small children. Unfortunately, can step in it walk in it. So all animal areas at the fair are now closed. The ferret self is scheduled to
San Diego County, Bacterial Disease And Fennell discussed on WBZ Morning News
"A two year old boy is dead after contracting, E coli linked to contact with animals. The San Diego County fair. The county department of environmental health says, three other children ranging in age from two to thirteen also contracted a bacterial disease, the fair but did not require hospitalization. This is fair CEO ten Fennell,
2-year-old boy dies after contracting E. coli at San Diego fair
"County health officials say a two year old boy died after contracting, E coli linked to the San Diego County, fair. The unidentified child died last Monday of complications from the disease is he Tim Fennell react to today's news. Our hearts, our prayers, our thoughts go out to the family and the friends of this young child officials are looking into the possibility that the boy may have contracted the bacteria at the fares.
"fennell" Discussed on WGN Radio
"It's the series Fennell from Texas that Sunday at one thirty on WGN TV I wonder if you want to share some memories of that time twenty five years ago that we all went through that it said in the article, ninety five million people watched the chase just this earlier this week was the twenty fifth anniversary of the historic slow Bronco chase, and that I think it was dominoes set a record all time for how many pizzas ordered in one night, because everybody was glued it just how old are you? Are you twenty seven? How old are you thirty correct manner? Twenty seven so you were two years old. So you have no recollection of this at all of the trial of any of this, this was not part of your life, which is just amazing to me, because like the world stood still at the time. I mean think about that just ninety five million people, basically, the amount of people. Watch the Super Bowl were all glued to this. And there's a documentary that I haven't seen. But Roger, I don't know if you've heard of it, my, my buddy, Jim do not, oh, who watches all sorts of documentaries is told me about it. I believe the night of the of the chase. So what was it was earlier this week, it was early or last week? It was like June twelfth there's getting of the week or end of last week here, there's a documentary about sports and that night because it was like. Oh, that people weren't watching the sports will, I think there was a because it was daytime, so. No. Well, it was it was dusk e in LA. I believe there's nights. I remember well two hours difference. Well, if it was six o'clock there. It's eight o'clock here on the east go. There was remember watching it, it was all. Lick it was daytime. Right. You know, we still like there. But don't forget, it's June close to eight o'clock out there. Yeah. But doesn't really get talked about a thirty nine year. Right. So it was still nighttime, and there were going on in there were breaking in and I wanna say it was like a game six or seven in the NBA finals might have been in NHL game might have been some big baseball games. But there's an interesting documentary about the breaking in and how it was covered that night. I think that on. Don't you bring it up because so long ago? Twenty five years. Yeah. That some of the stations continued their coverage of what they were covering. They did picture. But sure, yes. Yeah. That's what the documentaries about. They were maybe doing that with the NBA final very I think they were. So let's take a break. We gotta do the news, and then we'll, we'll share some more of our recollections of the time of the trial, and the aftermath now three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred we'll do that, after we check the news, which is next year and seven twenty WGN..
"fennell" Discussed on The College Draft with Ross Tucker
"And it it really goes well for them. But there are examples of, you know, you almost don't hear about those though Ben, because those guys just drift out of the league, you know, it's like, once they're moving them from corner to safety. The next place is out of the league. So it just you don't hear about you. Don't hear about the guys that don't pan out. You hear about the Malcolm Jenkins of the world, a lot more than you hear about, you know, the guys that it doesn't work out for what about Ben specifically for some position groups in college football. What are the position groups that, you know, already because I know NFL teams have to have some idea of this when they're drafting and twenty nineteen. They have to have some idea what it looks like couch will be producing in twenty twenty if for their long term plans what position groups, do you think look like they're going to be deep. And what looked like they're going to be like this year. It's always exciting kind of ranked a position groups based on depth and the one thing with the transition from corner to safety. My last point, is that cornerback position is so much phone booth in your so much more on a vacuum. You move them to safety, and it's all of a sudden, you're an open field and green pastures and you've run keys and looking at receivers on both sides of the field completely different game when turn that middle of the field. So a lot of players thrive with their instincts over the middle of field. And some are a little bit wide-eyed with all their keys and moving parts and things to look at. So always interesting to see those players transition out of that phone booth kind of into open spaces. But when we're looking at that twenty twenty class and what positions are really deep man. I'm really liking this tackle group, but conversely, the edge group is just as deep. So, you know that tackle group when you have Andrew Thomas from Georgia, and Walker little from Stanford. Couple of Notre Dame kids and Liam Mecklenburg, and trae atoms from Washington still up there his injuries and all these edge players. That's the young explosive chase young from Ohio State or AJ SPN Esa from Iowa's getting a lot of traction in Terrell Lewis at Alabama. So the NFL always wants these players on the perimeter of the pocket and those guys that can protect the quarterback in those quarterback hunters on the other side. So I mean twenty twenty s a really interesting class for the tackle on the edge group. Good. The no good the no Ben what about I know you. You know, we're talking in you had texted me, and you had said. Nose tackle linebacker duos. That was an interesting one. You don't billing through different topics. We can talk about dark horses, a quarterback, skill guys with cornerback deep light nose tackle linebacker duos. I what is that about? So I just feel like there's a lot of run plug in college football that don't get a lot of love. And these guys are maybe three twenty three thirty don't have a lot of pass rush. Upside, maybe aren't even on the field on third down, but their linebackers on a second level, or getting all these TSL's and big plays and pounding their chest and get one hundred twenty tackles and his feel like these big guys up front need to credit in the recognition for the work. They're putting in for those linebackers whether that Jordan Scott at Oregon, who's every bit of three forty nose tackle keeping Troy die clean on the second level or Lorenzo Neal. That's right, Lorenzo Neal's kid at Purdue is a big nose tackle keeping senior linebacker, Marcus Bailey clean. And Florida Gators have a really good nose tack on kyri Campbell in that keeps linebacker. David Reese clean. So I don't feel like these guys get a lot of love up front, so I like to kind of pair them together. So the linebackers get all that recognition and make the highlight splash plays, but they aren't doing it alone. A lot of those big guys up front help clea- help keep them clean and give them free allies of the bulkier, then this was absolutely fantastic. Going to have to get you on again. Really, really appreciate the time. The last two weeks have been amazing..
Fiat Chrysler Withdraws From Renault Deal
"Fiat Chrysler has decided to withdraw its offer to merge with the French carmaker Renou, according to people familiar with the matter. The company decided to pull out after the French government resisted, the deal due to a lack of support from Nissan. Nissan is in an alliance with Renault to find out more. I rang up Nick cost of in Paris, who's been closely following the deal. So Nick, what happened what happened? Good question suit, essentially, what we have is deal between we have FCA proposing to merge with Reynaud. However, Renner has been in tonight's with Nissan for twenty years, and therefore shares of many parts platforms is fairly integrated with Nissan, now, the French states decided that it would not back this deal without the explicit approval and without the explicit support of Nissan and Nissan. Has not really been involved in negotiations. Nissan, essentially abstained on the votes and said, we need more time to study how this would affect business and for the French state that wasn't good enough. They wanted me Santa vote. Yes. And so, different states, proposed delay said let's try and work with Nissan to try and get them on board and will reconvene in five days and at this point, John Alcon, who's the controlling shareholder if he at Chrysler decided to pull the deal of pool his proposal, and so the deal Fennell has fallen apart. What has the Chrysler said, well fee Chrysler fuse, and the deal is, is not possible with the with the French state at the moment, because they've been in negotiations with the French state for the past week, different state has been asking for a number of concessions, for example, once a board seat on the new entity. It wanted a four year term for the news CEO of the. Company, and he wanted that to be Reynaud chairman. There was a number of other things. And so see at Christ is essentially saying, we've had enough of the French states demands, this has become untenable, and we can't do a deal when east conditions, and what does the failure of this deal mean for the car industry in Europe? And in the US, does it help rivals, like maybe Volkswagen, perhaps, I mean, it's very difficult to tell at this stage in the US, this would have meant said Nissan, getting together with Chrysler in a way, which which would obviously bought brands like ramen Jeep closer closer with the Nissan's. So that doesn't seem like it's going to happen now. I mean what it means I guess, for the car industry is, if you speak to end this most of them think that Fiat Chrysler needs a deal right now and because then they haven't invested enough in future technologies, I'm so we'll see who they end up with whether it's another French call maker of maybe Paju, or whether
EU divided over top jobs after polls redraw political map
"The leaders of all twenty eight EU countries do together in Belgium today to thrash out who gets the top jobs in Brussels, that include the president of the Oregonian commission and the presidencies of your paean council and parliament is Gareth Bono. It's the dust settles on one election Europe is preparing for another over an informal dinner on cheese day night, the full process of appointing the top jobs in the European Union, fresh in the minds of the leaders of the twenty eight Member, States will be the weekend's elections, which left the European Parliament's to digital parties of the centre right in the center left. We can inserting rance's voters across Europe, steadily reject the status quo. The question for politicians in Brussels will be whether they too fancy radically change or safe, insecure, leadership, speaking in Berlin. The German Chancellor Angela Merkel Kupfer decision to be made quickly does Miklaszewski we want to find a solution as soon as possible as the European parliament will meet at the beginning of July and it would be good if we have a proposal from the European Council. So the positions can be filled quickly after that, John. Fluid young Donald tusk Athena, the full front, the us efforts to deal with Brexit. A shop irony behalf to the British Prime Minister Theresa may. He's leaving office herself. We part of the process to appoint their successes. The announcements are expected in gene and law. The physical geography of the European Union remains the same Fennell the political landscape will change once
"fennell" Discussed on Future Tense
"Fennell. Fracturing intimate also has serious ramifications for companies, including those lodge technology firms that have long embodied the US style internet Google entered bitcoins market, originally in two thousand then they pulled out about ten years later after a tough with the Chinese government about how far they would have to go in terms of censoring the search engine, and they became concerned that western companies operating in China were being required to for example, turnover user, data in relation to dissidents that the Chinese government was targeting if that data was house on service inside China sign government could do their equivalent of a subpoena and force the companies to give over that date and one famous case involving y'all who the person in question ended up serving a long jail sentence on the basis of evidence that Yahoo provided so. Google back. Then that the came to seem very precarious in on with the values that they were trying to project around the world. And so they pulled out, and that was that and sense was it wasn't possible for a company like Google that purports to stand for freedom of expression and the open flow of information and internet without borders to automate a place like China where you have these very restrictive government controls and broad censorship. And what we discovered though last year was the Google was beginning to reconsider this secret project dragging five that was undertaken really under wraps with no public knowledge. -ment kept in secret, even within the company a small cell of people working on it. But the story broke up, and it became known that there was this team of engineers and product people and marketers focused on how Google could launch a new version of a censored intern. That search engine that could pass muster in China, including discussions with the Chinese government about what that would entail and that part the big round of controversy, Google employees more than fifteen hundred of them protested several resigned there was uproar about the lack of transparency and now Google leadership says the project has been halted there's no current work on a search engine for China. But there remains a kind of trout of secrecy around Google push to China. We see some signs that there perhaps taking steps to continue to try to curry favor with the Chinese government. They impose some new blocks on advertisements for virtual private networks. So mechanisms that citizens in China and us to circumvent censorship and reach out to the true worldwide web beyond the Chinese firewall used to advertise services like that? At on Google and serve them up to Chinese users. But Google has now block those at and technically depends or not illegal in China. So the wise Google doing this from a purely economic perspective, it's easy to see why Google would want to get back into China, isn't it because China is now the wills largest intimate Mark with more than seven hundred million uses, you know, it's incredibly attractive and compelling market. I don't think there's a global company on earth that isn't thinking about China looking at China trying to find a way to participate in China and worried that if they're cut out of China and finally that you know, over time that's going to severely compromise their business. I do that understandable that Google has an interest in China and to explore what the possibilities may be. But be a fair thing. But the reality is that the Chinese mechanisms of control and censorship are so all encompassing that. There is no way for who bowl to uphold its reputation as a company that airs about ideals, like free expression. The open flow of ideas, you know, connection across borders, all of that while operating in China, even if they manage to convince themselves that you know, they were terms they could accept enter the Chinese market the leverage that China would have over them very quickly because of the size of the market is overwhelming and China doesn't tend to confine its demands to what goes on inside its own borders, for example, the Chinese ordered that airlines stop referring to Taiwan in their fareless things and advertisements aren't of China's one China policy and the airlines quickly fell into line because Chinese market is important. They don't wanna antagonist Beijing. And so one of the worries. Would Google is what happens when the Chinese wanna dictate how they are perceived, and what information is available about them or about topics that are sensitive to them even outside of China. Do you believe is the Chinese communist party, governments philosophical conception of the intimates? You know, I think they're trying to give their people. They Berge of the online experience that feels rich and robust where you can get music. You can share videos you can look at photos. You think connected. Your friends, and you feel like you've got access to internet in anything could possibly want you can shop you can see movies. And yet you care even realize that walled off from what you can access is because the whole world of dissent and a whole set of topics that the Chinese government puts out about Channon square. I want to bet the treatment of the wheat or but as. A Chinese netizens? You may feel like you are sting at all. You know, the instant that you have is fast moving and it's robust, and it's compelling. You know, Chinese users are on their services day and night. Everybody has phone and has act as a very high numbers of penetration within the market. And so, you know, they're providing users with a experience feels compelling and yet is incomplete. And it's almost as if it's hard to even imagine conceive of what you're missing Susan also from Penn America we also today from Justin Sherman of the new America's cyber security initiative cue Giles at Chatham house. And Denny cross from tech crunch extra crunch counts benefits, his cO produce a Hillard future. Taints? I'm Antony Fennell even listening to ABC podcast. You can discover more every say podcasts live radio exclusives on the. Listen up.
Brits, bad weather and vitamin deficiencies
"It's not something we in Australia have to worry about too much. But as Britain, emerges from the worst of its winter weather, most people are crying out for a bit of vitamin d we often laugh at the Brits as they son bake in Hyde Park in any other piece of grasping the temperature peaks at anything over twenty degrees. But Europe correspondence meant the holy is laughing. No more. She says she's got her swimsuit ready to go. It comes. Oh, the sun, I've spent most of my life trying to stay out of it. But after just six months in the UK, I'm yearning for its return. And it's not just in my head and heart. That's in my blood will actually the problem is it isn't a routine blood tests revealed, I'm vitamin d deficient after just six months living in London. The doctor pops me on seven-week, intense course vitamins to boost the liberals, given the rather anemic son. Here has no chance of helping me. Just yet if I'm deficient after such a short time living in London, then surely the rest of the population is two population should consider taking her Lodo supplement during winter and spring months professor Adrian Mazur news, an expert on vitamin d at the London School of medicine. So I gave him a call. Richmond. And we are designed as humans to meet our requirement from the action for some because the UK or London in particular is fifty one degrees north ultraviolet b intensity is insufficient to stimulate synthesis of d in the skin for much of the winter and spring a lot of the population have low levels by the time we get to this time of year. It's not something I think has straightly ins have to deal with so explain to me, Walt the side effects in all having a low vitamin d count. Where were low vitamin d levels are best known for causing problems with bone and calcium. So very very low levels can cause rickets and children, which is the problem with the growth play of the bone or stay Malaysia and adults which is a problem with softening of the bone. There are deaths due to vitamin d deficiency. In the U K every year and says, the less dramatic manifestations. There's growing evidence that these important for your immune system in particular for defense against restriction factions in our own work has shown that taking vitamin d supplement can actually reduce your risk of getting a prescription fiction so cold the like that that's a lot of people in a lot of money. I think on vitamin D tablets if deterrence with away then yes that is potential expense. My personal feeling is that in the UK the prevalence of profound deficiencies such that we need to start thinking about vitamin d fortification that is adding vitamin d. The into foodstuffs. This isn't approach that it's being used successfully number of countries, for example, for many decades in the United States all milk has been fortified routinely with additional vitamin d. And as a consequence they see very little of the profound deficiency that we see here in the UK. Fennell limp alone into the sun, emerges. And when it does you find me in solidarity with the breeze with my beach towel in Hyde Park. Yes. It's always a good. Look seeing skin turn pink before your eyes cement the holy. They're looking for a break in the London clouds.
Meet The Crown Season 3's Camilla Parker Bowles
"The crown has its Camilla, Parker Bowles entertainment. Weekly says call the midwives emerald Fennell will play the part of the future duchess of Cornwall in the third season of the Netflix drama. They also say that when season three premiers next year the series will jump forward to the nineteen seventies. When Prince Charles I met his future wife season too. Isn't it out? Now the crown returns to net flix
"fennell" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Adamant that she can't trust hij- because she doesn't know wish she stands. And what's happened is they've been able to kind of pick off these extra stragglers now, I think that was probably a better move to do within the page. I really do think they should have tried to take out Benji end up one, but I think that all of this hinges on shawnee in Fennell. Pages such an interesting character that I don't get paid. You know everybody was mad at page, but then it's like she was with them. And then I just think it seems crazy for Sean Ella as you refer to them to want to get rid of pages, isn't she with them? Yeah, that that is interesting to me. I think that what's happened there. I think it from from what I can tell is that if you look forward, if you look planning hit, whether it's a swap or merge, maybe nothing, you know, maybe this is just going to rot it out and there's not going to be a swap that if you look at a vast thinking, we definitely don't know where I sit, but we definitely know that he and Teagan a never gonna work with Benji and Robbie without us and hang no matter which way we cut this, they'll always going to be coming to us. So it doesn't actually matter. It to them to make it a tribe of seeks with three Piz because those other two pairs and never going to get on the same page that if they wouldn't go to another travel council, they're going to be sitting in that sweet spot and they get to choose. It's going to be a four to vote no matter what. And they're always going to be on the right side of the numbers. So what I think it does is it removes Teague removes page who's also another potential swing vote and a positions them. Sorry, Knauss Lee in the middle that they've got just that they have wrought for the picking now swap obviously could stuff things up. But I think that the best information that they had right there was to go with getting rid of PECH. Do you think that they're looking at her also as somebody who's going to flip post merge based on the, you know, hey, I'm the one who is in danger and then also, you know, having the reward with Matt where they feel like they were, we must be getting to emerge soon and she's gonna flip on us. Yeah, that definitely was not good, definitely Sal. A salad gripes in people's me off, but I think he makes such a really good point about what we don't. We don't know so much about page, and there was a lot of questions that came in about Hejaz Etta and this kind of character arc, which is kind of like peaks and troughs of visibility, and we never really hear it from her perspective. And it was just kind of this thing that kind of we understand that she's floating around. We never really get what her plan is. We get snippets, but we've never had this kind of cohesive story about what pages doing and it's been a shiny thing. The great thing about page Nick is that we had page on the show, and then we had an episode so much alliance talk where people were saying, we on the same page page. We need to get on the same page..
Melania Trump praises LeBron James after her husband bashes him
"The news Hello I'm race Marie creek with. The BBC news then as, Wayne, and officials say two explosive drains have, detonated near President Nicolas Maduro as he was speaking as a military event in. The capital Caracas, Katie Watson reports President Nicolas Maduro had been speaking as a military parade held to celebrate the eighty first anniversary of. The Venezuelan army suddenly the. Audio went dead the television pictures continued to roll showing officials, behind miss Madero, looking up concerned the state broadcaster then cut to an aerial shot of soldiers standing in formation with the sound, of, panicked officials shouting dozens of soldiers began running and then the broadcast was cut a couple of hours later Mr. Madero. Paid, on television again he said the president of Colombia and unnamed financiers in the United. States were responsible it'll. Known rebel groups all data's day Fennell said it strains have been shot down by army snipers before they could reach. Their, target hundreds Thousands of, people in Argentina have marched through. The, streets of the capital Buenos Aires urging the. Senate to reject a proposal, to, legalize abortion Patti McGuire has this report, safe the two lives has become the slogan of those Argentinians who reject the. Proposed new legislation, to legalize abortion in the first fourteen weeks of pregnancy local media reporting that more than half a million people gathered. From across the country to. Make their voices heard the head of the senate's final vote, on August the, eighth they responding to a call alliance of fifteen thousand evangelical churches and many Catholics the country's predominant religion joined, the, March to show their support the lower house of congress already approved the measure in June two wildfires in northern California. In, the US have grown in size to cover nearly a thousand square kilometers of land. The blazes to the. North of San Francisco stretch from the coastal city of Mendocino to Kalisa county Joanna joy reports the authorities in California Say the scale of the Mendocino wildfires is, unprecedented so early in. The fire season they've ordered thousands of residents to evacuate their homes and say the fires are only about one third contained in the meantime attendee, owed blaze affecting a large area west of the city of reading his only gradually being brought under control six people died here four of them firefighters both areas remain under. A red flag warning as hot and windy conditions for the fires to spread, continue Joanna jolly with that report more than one thousand firefighters, tackling blazes in Portugal and Spain where temperatures have climbed to forty, six degrees approaching the all time record red alerts have been issued across the Iberian peninsula with one fire near. The Spanish city of better horse declared out, of control vulnerable people of all ages have been advised sustained, doors world news from the BBC The US first lady Melania Trump has expressed support for the basketball player LeBron James hours after her husband made insulting remarks about. Him on Twitter BBC's Chris Buckler, has more LeBron James is without any doubt one of the, biggest stars in American sports but he's found. Himself in the, news again because of his criticism of Donald Trump on CNN he accused the president of using sport to split. The US apart in, an angry tweets Mr.. Trump fired back at both of basketball star on the news network but LeBron James has a surprising ally Mr. Trump's own wife a statement by the first lady's spokeswoman said Melania Trump was impressed, by LeBron James is work to do good things on behalf of the. Next generation police in the US city of Portland in Oregon have been trying to separate a rally by too far right groups patriot. Prayer and proud boys from counterprotest as police used, stun grenades to disperse the Testers saying rocks and bottles have been. Held at the police had warned the demonstrators to leave their gums attain, the. US secretary of state Mike Pompeo has met the Indonesian. President Joko Widodo in Jakarta on the last, day of his five-day trip to Asia they were expected to discuss advancing security ties bilateral trade. And investment goals earlier Mr. Pompeo said diplomatic and economic pressure must be maintained on North. Korea to achieve denuclearization the Russian foreign ministry says it has appointed the. American actress Steven Seagal as a special. Envoy for humanitarian ties. With the United States making the announcement on, its official Facebook page the ministry said it would be an unpaid position similar to that of a United Nations goodwill ambassador Steven Seagal he's martial arts prowess helped to make him an international film star in the late ninety. Nine hundred and early nineties was granted Russian citizenship in nineteen twenty sixteen Phoebe scene News.
"fennell" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Ana Fennell said at least five people are dead and over a dozen missing. As a wildfire continues to rage in northern California the car fire has burned over eighty three thousand acres and prompted nearly forty thousand evacuations in Chester county remains of two children and their great grandmother. Were discovered in, a home destroyed by the fire earlier this week two firefighters were killed battling the blaze more than five hundred. Structures have been. Destroyed with another, five thousand threatened Cal fire officials Steve Crawford says it's, different than any fire, he's ever seen burning intensity this burning uphill downhill even if it doesn't have a strong wind on it's burning as if it's got a Santa, Ana wind or are. Strong sixty mile an hour seventy mile an hour President. Trump is declaring a state of emergency in California federal aid is now. Being sent there to supplement state and local efforts the declaration authorizes FEMA. To coordinate all disaster relief efforts in the region police are not revealing a motive for a shooting spree that left five people dead. In a south Texas town police and robs town say Richard starry shot and killed his eighty five year old father and stepmother at the retirement Manor nursing center Friday. Night before shooting himself officers also found two other people including a thirteen year old boy dead with gunshot wounds at a home in. The suburb west of Corpus Christi police say the home belonged to the to nursing home victims police also say the two people found at the home or probably shot I in the shootings are related. At least ten, people are dead and more injured after a powerful six point four magnitude earthquake hit the Indonesian island of Lombok. The quake hit. Early Sunday morning, when many people were sleeping officials say many buildings are, damaged and teams are, looking for more victims the island is a popular tourist spot CBS stars in exacts are coming to the defense of CEO Leslie Moonves amid sexual, harassment accusations an article. In the New Yorker detailed claims from six women of. Inappropriate behavior in a tweet Sharon Osborne questioned the timing of the allegations. Citing and upcoming major court case CBS president JoAnn Ross said she'd never. Experienced any hint of the behavior of referred to.
"fennell" Discussed on The Persistence Factor
"Being on this persistence factor podcast for those who are listening, feel free to reach out to Sarah anytime she is on all social media platform. So again for myself, Troy Brown and Sarah Fennell. We appreciate you have a great rest of your day and remember leave your persistence factor every single day. Take care. Thank you. Hey, everybody. I just want to say first of all, thank you so much for listening. And if this content is delivering value to you, plays plays plays head of it to Yvonne, right, and review the show the pistons back to because you know what this is, what helps build a pa- systems back to community and not is what is all about right? Building a community as big as we possibly can to deliver as much value as possible. And it's your rights in and reviewed is really going to help that 'cause don't forget to subscribe also if you're a new listener. Thank you so much for checking out the show. And if you do get chance, you want to check out all the show notes, the links to the show, etc. Head of its apex dot CA. You'll find all that info for you lost thing. Before I go. If you do want to jump on a coach and co with yours, truly for fifty minutes where we will tackle your biggest problem right now together, and this is absolutely free. It's not gonna cost. You. A dime head over to apex stocks all amount myself at the Pacific factor Jima dot com. Mentioned the website and apex dot CA, or you can Email me at the Pacific inspectorate dot com and we can set one for you. I say pate sill next time. See you next week same time, same place, same channel. And again, thank you so much for listening CNN last week.
"fennell" Discussed on The Persistence Factor
"Sarah, welcome to the persistence factor. How are you doing? Hi, try. I am doing fantastic. Thank you so much for having me. My pleasure will on this very, very excited to interview you. I've what she from afar for a very, very long time. And I've just so excited to have you on this show more importantly just to get your Jews, a wisdom and to inspire, you know, people that are out there watching this for the very first time. But before I do kind of gave a little bit of an introduction to you who is Sarah Fennell and and give me an idea what it was like for you growing up as a kid. I mean, I feel like there's many, many layers of Sarah of there are whip with most people, but I'm from a really small town called mill haven, which is just outside of Kingston Ontario. I grew up in the country. I grew up on dirt bikes and making four and living in the forest. Basically. You know, pretty pretty typical. Upbringing definitely was in that mentality from a household of going to school and getting good grades, and you know, what do you wanna be when you grow up? And I really did start out on that traditional path of success or what I was told was to be success. But it's really interesting the way that things more and change as you grow up -solutely. Did you have any Embiid as a kid? Anything that you wanted to be when you younger? I always felt like I wanted to do something big, and it's interesting. You know, the people I talked to who are doing great things or who are inspiring others. We almost feel like there's this internal drive inside of us to be someone or, oh, we share our voice, but that that really didn't come out until my later twenties going through high school actually had a really hard time with girls growing up and was never really part of that popular. Group, and there was a lot of bullying going on. And so I had a lot of lack of self worth growing up of the negative things being said to me, and I was called that pretty girl in names and rumors. And I actually came to regret the way that I looked and went through a really bad destruction, leaving high school and into college. And I, I remember cutting my hair short and dine black and starving myself. And then overfeeding, myself and it was there was a massive cycle of of self-destruction with trying to really find out who I was. And how did you actually get into the fitness industry quite intrigued to find out your answer. Eight. I like to say, I kind of fell into it by, you know, really there really are no falling into things. I believe everything does happen for a reason. And you know, after that high school phase, I, I was actually out at a bar. I was nineteen just, you know, legal here in Canada to be able to drink. And I was with a group of friends. There's about twenty of us and this girl that I knew she introduced me to her boyfriend is my first time meeting him on. I was at this bar and I was at the bar and I was getting a couple of drinks and it was last call and I remember turning around with drinks in my hand. And I saw this gentleman who is just introduced to a friend of a friend. He was stabbed in the throat, and as I was turning around with these drinks in my hand, all of a sudden I saw this blood go flying out from his neck. He grabbed his neck and fell to the ground and his girlfriend jumped on top of him. Now I start this because it really was a. Pivot coal moment for me of of launching me into another few years of my life, which ended up being depression and drugs and not really dealing with a situation that happened to me when I was nineteen. Even though you can go to counseling, there's a massive..
"fennell" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Ears Very very carefully and only here just this, tiny little thing which is very, difficult to say Freeze, frame the would resentment got it And apply resentment now you're resentful and, when you were resentful. As a tiled. Resentment is The to put it in psychological language and then I'll, put it in religious language resentment. Is your achilles heel, is is not really an emotion but I call him emotion Fennell. If you don't. Mind it is the emotion that establishes your life's behavior She's also so therefore you become. In, your. Case being conformance rebelling being upset with your father and feeling like there's something wrong with you you wanna make it right because you really don't wanna hate fathers you want you want to. Love. Him and you wanna be loved by him right right so you take the blame you, think is something is wrong with the only. Reason why you think there's something wrong is because you resented, your father and he's accusation of. You became true okay never was anything wrong with you to begin with It became wrong with you when. You. Became upset and his idea of you got installed Now over conduct, you're trying to you set men up to right you set him up to love you but. You. Actually setting them up to failure again because that's what your mother did see that yeah see now you playing. You playing a role and. So you setting them up to by being nice to him It's a man they they. Stop being nice for whatever reason you, get tired of it then they start to get so addicted to byu being nice to them. They. Feel betrayed and they not being mean to you like your father was another it'd be nice to him again The. Resentment is what recycles that behavior Okay Visit it makes you submissive resentment reinforces the child in. You you relationship with every. Man And so if you could learn not, to be patient not resent whoever that is and who. They are because it's all Already It's all, man isn't it I right yeah yeah it's all. People, who have that. Tone yeah Yeah see so when you, need to. Watch, for. That tone and and as a little. Objective Wait for Glatt look for it in other words when you leave this telephone conversation you just go out and drive your car, and just? Look. At..
Eight Percent, Seven Percent and Five Percent discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia
"Us right now this hour's top business stories of micron technology plunged more than five percent in the us session that is afterward a chinese court temporarily banned micron from selling its chips in china microns talent as rival umc says the patient ruling in its favour blocks micron from selling twentysix products in china bloomberg's ian king says this includes microns dynamic random access memory and flash memory products from the us perspective the market here investors in my doc tehran something on this magnitude is not what they want to be reading about micro and says it hasn't been served with the injunction and what comment until it does so you mentioned the weakness in micron stock that helped drag the philadelphia semiconductor index the socks down by one point eight percent also week during the us session where shares in tesla down more than seven percent that's after an analyst over at bernstein is suck inaki this is tony sock inaki he questioned the automakers claimed that the model threes made on a tent covered production line were of the same quality as those made inside the plant he also says that reservations this would be for new orders for the vehicle that would be for the model three maybe slightly down well it looks like cryptocurrencies pretty much getting outlawed in india at least fennell is bloomberg's ramy inocencio reports the country's supreme court is supporting the move india's top court has refused to overturn a temporary central bank rule banning lenders from dealing in crypto currencies a public interest litigation brought by virtual trading platforms had been challenging that ban the high court's move means financial institutions have until the end of this week to exit these operations india's financial regulator is defending its turf when it comes to managing electronic money and also trying to cut off an avenue for crimes using digital coins the finance ministry is studying the issue before releasing its final ruling ramy inocencio bloomberg daybreak asia as the us china trade war looms if you can call it that maybe we're just about that the trade war level yet or right now chinese government bonds have outperformed other sovereigns at the fringe of the crisis that story from bloomberg's david ingles in this case it helps to be near the epicenter rather than out of the fringes chinese and south korean notes are rising as the jumping protectionism rattles the two countries stock markets the flight to safety has bolstered government debt that in china's case it's actually ushered in more dovish monetary policy also a big help in contrast of indonesia india and the philippines are somewhat removed from the turbulence but the currency weakness and those countries has actually pressured their debt in hong kong i'm david ingles bloomberg daybreak asia of course there was a pullback off a us stokes ahead of the independence day holiday and we are seeing a little bit of weakness coming through in asia to let's get all the latest who bryan curtis in hong kong brian all right thanks very much juliette we'll just start off with the malaysian authorities charging former leader najah razaaq with criminal beach.
Apple launches free repair program for MacBook and MacBook Pro keyboards
"A mac book keyboard that doesn't work here's some good news apple promises free repairs it's received waves of complaints about fennell functions the company said the mac book and mac book pro keyboards that have misfiring keys they unexpectedly repeat or sometimes do not produce characters at all or the keys have that sticky feeling the fix may may include replacing one or more keys or the entire keyboard the fourth of july is coming up so i'm having a few buddies over for a barbecue to watch the fireworks we're going to be grilling and of course having some awesome.
Egypt uses solitary confinement as ‘torture’: Amnesty International report
"Siege mentality of problems was kind was social sphere so right now we must make shift to must pay more attention to social and economic issues but we can't predict when putin will change his policy nation for the moment is ready to survive in this very circumstances of sanctions bed relations with the west so this week a newly inaugurated president putin who watches military parades before him to mock victory day many russians will follow the ceremonies with a sense of restored pride but not everyone is last week stick protests proved fennell the only answer the kremlin has this crowd is to send in the riots place raynsford reporting from moscow let's take you to egypt's now where the government is coming under scrutiny for its human rights record after the leading campaign group amnesty international has accused it of keeping prisoners behind bars on politically motivated charges in prolonged solitary confinement and subjecting them to physical abuse the londonbased group says it has documented thirty six cases of prisoners being held in prolong an indefinite solitary confinement to tell us more we can talk to amnesty international egypt researcher that joins us from cairo tell us a little bit more about some of the cases that you've documented in that report good morning this report contains many cases including for human rights defenders members of groups and the prisoner of conscience one of the cases is for someone had dead he used to be the assistant of the former president hamid morsi he has been held in confinement since september two thousand thirteen he is being confined to his cell for more than twenty three hours a day and he hasn't received any visits from members of his family or his lawyers since october two thousand sixteen he is forced to sleep on the ground on the floor of.
"fennell" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"They go to walk into your house with you and you tell them white meat what chicken doors and windows buttermilk but crispy they tell tenders better you to perfection that or nearly all experts the familiar and they and tell exotic you what flavors doors of and the windows signature you crafted need recipes including the new garlic they have white sensors cheddar chicken on sandwich with and grilled then they'll or show crispy you chicken where you think drizzled you need with creamy garlic holy a camera i have to light cut it short motion here but detectors you or have what time have you on your side so go and savor and you walk every around bite and of your chicken and donalds chicken how you like it mounts up the cost participated is these individual elements are added near system and the reason they have to send somebody out to site survey because all of these elements that you're going to buy have to be connected to a central point where break ins or faults are reported and stunned would wires so depending on the size your house or your apartment you're going to have a base station somewhere a central point and you've got to run wires everywhere to the sensors can't do that yourself but if you're either going to have the wires run behind walls where you can't see them or they're going to be on the baseboards where you can be stapled fennell come loose well simply safe has gotten rid of all that there aren't any wires and there isn't a site survey you do your own site survey you walk through your house you say yeah these doors and windows are vulnerable and yeah i like emotional sector in here and i'd like a hd camera outside the front door and inside maybe you you figure all this out yourself then you go to their website and you order all this stuff and they reconfigure everything you order make sure it works they send it to you and it comes in you put it out of the box you know what you do you put the sensors on the doors and windows you just discovered where you want to be it's just a matter of ripping some tape off the back.
2018 Masters -- Spieth at top of leaderboard
"The master's is jordan speed sits at the top of the leaderboard after one round of play at augusta speed card a six under sixty six in round one that allowed him to grab a twoshot lead over tony fennell and matt kuchar tournament often feels like they're six rounds with with how the weekend the weekend grind is and we'll really any major so this you know i feel like i'm kind of one round down six and so i'm not getting ahead of myself it's just it was a really good start tiger woods and sergio garcia each would struggle yesterday would shooting a one over par seventy three which leaves him seven shots off the lead garcia we've put five balls in the water on fifteen he recorded a score thirteen for that whole that's why garcia is currently tied for eighty fifth place at nine over par eighty one he is in danger of missing the cut the tigers pick up their second one of the season as they knock off the chicago white sox nine seven and ten innings leona martinez and heimer candelaria each driving in runs in the tenth inning to propel detroit to that victory the news however not all good for the tigers miguel cabrera had to leave the game in the second inning with hip tightness he'll be reexamined by team doctors later today michigan's run to a national title ends last night in minnesota but wolverines beaten by notre dame four to three at the froze and four jay kevin scored the game winner for the fighting irish which is five point two seconds left to play in regulation artery lichens goal at the two twenty three mark of the third period the game winner from montreal the canadians defeating the red wings four to three last night at little caesars arena that lost fifteen than the last nineteen games for the wings with sports fifteen and forty five past the hour i'm tony ortiz w w j newsradio nine fifty we've got some lumber on the freeway westbound i six ninety six near the o seventy is seventy five.
What now after Joshua-Parker? Is it time for Wilder?
"I don't think it's the next fight you know but when when you see josh when i think you have to do that go let's do it i'm ready when you are ready when you are you know it's it's not on josh when wilder they want the fights it it'd be tough in it's just the way it goes for water or for joshua call up his promoter go hey that's next kinda doesn't work like that do you have a plan and there's contracts and that was the last one and showtime like there's a lot of moving pieces here i do think it happens by the end of this year i'd be tough i i do think it happens though but it stopped to say that it's next from what i hear which is a bummer but i i hope it does happen i hope it does that's that's that's the one problem with boxer man wearing the we're in one of the golden ages of boxing it's some of the best that's ever been great heavyweights you know one forty seven forty it's a phenomenal right now however problem with box and always been you have all these different promoters there's not one big cash cow town so you know you sometimes you get the fight you wanna see in while they're in their prime hala mayweather pacquiao for god's sakes so we'll see but fennell fight i thought joshua stock went up after this off see it wasn't the dramatic fight that wilder had with ortiz but you know this fight everyone see that's fight everyone see i think you're making a mistake when you go man and you guys know me while i love wilder man i ride in die with wilder but i've always been a joshua fan i like both whole my god crazy going freak out so i think you're making mistake if you watch that and goat man joshua he's get knocked out by wilder it you you're not you're not seeing that fight the way you should i see file who've joshua can boxes ass off yeah because joseph parker has been fighting since he was basically seven years old.
"fennell" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"A been a convergence of events this teams it you know hit some hard luck but this team got old in a hurry and guess what bringing in a guy like evan long gory of paying the freight on the remaining years on that deal that ain't going gets yanni younger now duggar is in the mix shah's in the mix potentially some day a couple year fennell elliott rommel's will probably be in the mix there's a couple of pc can feel pretty good about but any of those three guys that i just mention you can't even remotely consider them ready to to contribute in any kind of meaningful way in 2018 one of them duggar or or shaw if they have a big spraying maybe they make give you a tough decision and maybe you keep one of them up but i think both of those players we much better serve spent in the year and sack and aaa getting some experience and if they're raking down there and a need arises at one of those positions then you bring a mobile you don't do is the christian a royal 20 where you call a guy a purely out of necessity rush into the majors and ultimately hinder is development on some level so you want to be mindful of that as well bobby evans was on with murphy mack earlier today and the addressing some of the concerns of the team we heard to cut right there about jd martinez and you know i i jd martinez probably had a a pretty inflated idea of what he was going to get paid by a team this offseason but it it didn't end up going away for free agents and you know maybe jams are still biding their time a little bit and ultimately these guys will play baseball somewhere in 2018 and the fact that some of these guys aren't sign should at least give giants fan some hope that they might land on the squad but i also wonder with the luxury tax and how much money the giants already have on the books committed for 2018 are they really going to be big players for any one of these marquee free agents i don't think so big jay bruce is probably their best hope they can andrew mccutcheon trade right now probably makes a lot of.
"fennell" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
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