17 Burst results for "Gary Smith"
"gary smith" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Ridiculous nsync's reflexes and already hot on his trail, Manchester United. He's going to be the next one out. Big player coming out of Major League Soccer who can make waves. Yeah, he's a great goalkeeper. I'm going to go with a very familiar name as well and someone who it wouldn't be the first time that has been linked to a move to the European club and that is Jose sifuentes from LAFC. We already stated how they're great at scouting young players. This would be his fourth season with LAC three outstanding season so far. Played in the World Cup 23 years old and when you are a player that was developed the way he did becoming crucial for LAFC, he can do everything. He scores, he assists, he can dribble, he plays box to box, I think is just matter of time until Jose Fuentes makes his way to Europe out of major leagues. I don't think I'm the only one in this boat, but I'm surprised he's still here. Yeah, the word was this off season. He was an he already had a couple of opportunities. So I'm with you. He's definitely bound. Yeah, the team probably just waiting for a better offer. Now, this is gonna be a good one. Golden Boot. Top scooter in Major League Soccer. 2023 for Hercules. Honey gets paid, honey, get paid. Listen, he's my pick for MVP. Usually if honey muktar is in the mix for MVP, he's also in the mix for Golden Boot. That's how it works. He's going to score his goals. I don't care what you think of national and how they play under Gary Smith. Who, by the way, congrats, Gary, just signed an extension two year deal, so he will be there for a while and honey will be the focal point of that
"gary smith" Discussed on ESPN FC
"America. It's that time, Seth. Still no semi Salazar, but Malcolm says here, so don't worry, Mao, lots of talk about lots to talk about, and I'm sure you're very excited. Why do you say, but nobody's here? Like you're disappointed that I'm here. I'm not, can I really quickly, it's good to see you as always. Let's go to see you as well, yeah. I want to thank our good Friends first. LA galaxy, one of the few clubs who works tirelessly, really, honestly, at trying to keep their alumni involved, not many clubs do that. And I played in league I make a play at a Major League Soccer, lots of clubs. Few like the galaxy that really try to get their alumni involved. Very cool what they sent, the Seattle sounders, another one of those teams that do a great job ready ridiculous Bruce Lee. I didn't get that one. The California flag, which is dope, my daughter loved it, but this was unexpected. Very unexpected. I'm pretty sure honey mukhtar because we always try to get him paid, had something to do with this, but I. But Nashville. I like that one. Sent this Jersey. It's very as a Johnny Cash. It's the Johnny Cash. It's very clean. Thank you to Gary Smith. My old coach when I was a Colorado rapids. Nashville. Where's the sounders? We want some championships together. And the guy. Where's the Toronto Jersey? Still way not. Where's the rap game? It's Jersey. You know what's funny? I scored the first goal in that stadium. I know. You do something. You showed me that if you liked today's video. And I also thank the galaxy. I also think the galaxy I got it. The rest were so thank you. It doesn't go out in the audience. But I mean that. Not a lot of teams at all do that with the alumni. So it doesn't go unnoticed. The rest of you, you already know how I feel, client out. Coming up next. Our 20 23 predictions for the Major League Soccer season also a conversation with miles Robinson who will be back on the field, starting this weekend. But we start talking about Mexico. The Mexican soccer federation and
"gary smith" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Are. There's waterston. Yeah, I'm just a little 6 year old excited about Star Wars. I am I've just turned one. Yeah, it's you don't know what's up yet. Please forgive me if I urinate myself. No problem. Okay. So what has happened is Star Wars has become a huge, huge hit, seemingly out of nowhere. Yeah. Establishing George Lucas is one of the brilliant young minds in filmmaking. Even though it wasn't his first movie, it was his first huge, huge breakout hit. Oh, yeah, for sure. I mean, talk about a breakout hit. Like no one had ever seen anything like it before. No. 2001 had come out in the late 60s. Yeah. But it wasn't. It still is an accessible to all audiences. You know, it's pretty cerebral film. Yeah, it's not an adventure movie. This was. This is like basically swashbuckling on the screen, but, you know, in a galaxy far, far away, Star Wars just changed everything and it came on just like a hammer. Yeah. A new hope, by the way. Yes. And I know we're going to get stuff wrong, nerds, so just go ahead and get your little fingers ready to email us. If it wasn't driven home that I'm not nerd by the fact that I don't have opening night tickets or any tickets yet, give me a break. Okay. And by proxy chuck too, okay? Yes, thank you. So it's hard to state how great Star Wars was in everyone's mind. Yeah. Bill Murray came out with that lounge singer Star Wars thing. Yeah, it was everywhere. And if you just listen to the lyrics of it, it's really, it's just Bill Murray singing about how much Star Wars is awesome. Yeah, right? Yeah. So by the following year, George Lucas was, he wanted to figure out a way to keep audiences just engaged with the whole Star Wars franchise so that he was just starting to build. But he knew The Empire Strikes Back was a couple more years out. Sure. So I think he was approached by some TV executives who said, have you considered doing some sort of TV special? They're all the rage right now. We have a graphic that's really awesome that we set aside just for TV specials here at CBS. Why don't you let us get together and do a Star Wars special? That's right. Producers Gary Smith and Dwight hemion were working over at CBS and they say this is a great way to keep the spirit alive while you're making your other movie, maybe move some more toys. Yeah, which George Lucas got a cut of all the toys. It was right before Thanksgiving and he's either a lot of people watching TV. Pre holiday season, or I guess in the holiday season. Well, the weekend before Thanksgiving, it's like everybody's shopping, sitting around with family, like waiting to actually do stuff. That's right. Perfect time to broadcast something on TV. So Lucas says, all right, let's do this. I don't have a ton of time, but how about this? I'll get a story together, and then you can go hire a whiz bang team of veteran writers and producers and directors. Whatever genre you think is appropriate. And those are the words that will haunt George Lucas to his grave. Yeah, so Lucas said, here's my idea. I want it to be based. On wookiees. And I want it to take place on their home planet of. Or wiki planet C is that how you say? That's how it's pronounced in the holiday special, but it's also pronounced different ways other times. I would have pronounced that Cassie spell it. KA SH, YY, yk. Yeah. I mean, I guess that sounds like Chewbacca's planet. Sure. Also called G 5 6 23. We'll keep playing the CE or ED on. This is a mid rim planet. Right, so the whole reason apparently that George Lucas was interested in featuring the wookiees was it is what we in show business call low hanging fruit. The reason why it was low hanging fruit was because they had just established the different scenes that would make the cut for Empire Strikes Back. Yeah. And how did you pronounce it again? Kazuki kazuki had not made the cut. Even prior to this apparently for a new hope, George Lucas had whipped up a 40 page that's known as the wookiee Bible. It's like a 40 page supplement that's all about kazuki and wookies and Chewbacca and his family and everything about wookiee dumb, right? That's right. So he's like, I've got this thing already established. I love wookiees. They didn't make the cut. I'm a little sad about that. They're not going to kazuki is not going to show up in an Empire Strikes Back. Let's build the entire special around wookiees. It's basically the one demand. Me, George Lucas has. Yeah. That's it. I'll be totally hands off from this point on. But you kind of was. He totally was. And it was actually this experience that apparently taught him to be the very hands on person that he is famous for being. It came out of this Christmas special. Absolutely. He was burned and he had an iron grip after that on everything. So here's some of the folks behind it. Bruce valance famous TV writer, you probably seen him on Hollywood squares. Wasn't he suspected of being Thomas pynchon for a while? I don't know. Or was Thomas pinchon on Hollywood squares? I have no idea. Some stuff confounding. Yeah. There's some con of some sort going on. It sounds like it. So avalanche was hired as a writer, a guy named Lenny ripps was hired as a writer, who has some great quotes in that Vanity Fair article. He does. His first quote was we were really excited because this is Star Wars. How could it lose? Famous last words. Who else was fired? There was a husband and wife team. The Welch's who are the parents of folk singer Gillian Welch, who I'm a big fan of. And I had no idea that her parents. They were producers slash songwriters of the day. They were big on the variety show scene, which would turn out to be a really key cog in this whole experience. So I feel like right about here, Jerry should insert a needle coming off of a record sound effect. Yeah. Okay, thanks, Jerry. So chuck, you just said singer songwriters. Yeah. What would that have to do with Star Wars? Yeah. Well, actually, in this Star Wars holiday special for those of you who haven't seen it, there are musical numbers. They decided from the outset that there should be musical numbers. And the reason that they decided that there should be musical numbers is because the people who sold George Lucas and at the time, it was the Star Wars corporation was what it was called. Yeah. On the idea of doing this TV special was that everyone would love a variety show. Yeah, it was a 70s. Great idea. Let's do a variety show. The problem was this. Apparently George Lucas didn't watch enough TV and he also overly trusted people who talked to him. Sure. Because by 1978, yes, variety shows a dominated television for over ten years. But it had come to an end. It was getting stale. Yeah, we're talking Carol Burnett show, one of my favorites. Had just been canceled after 11 seasons. It's a big red flag. Sonny and Cher had just had its last season. Yeah. I mean, what else was he? I was still going on. Probably. They didn't know anything. It's solid gold that you had to come on and take up the mantle. That would never write a show. It was a little bit. There was talking in between the songs. Yeah, remember the mandrell sisters show? I never watched that one. What was with that country chic thing that happened? Yeah, it was a big deal in the same place. It's kind of happening again, I think. Oh, because of that dude, the guy who won all the CMA awards. I don't know. He's like, he came along and he's like actually country. His dad's like a coal miner for real from Kentucky. I think I know he mean, Chris. Yeah. He is good. He's come along and been like, what are you guys doing? Well, there's a revival in good country music again. That's great. Like in the tradition of Merle Haggard and cash. And I guess it's probably where the country she came from because there was actually good country going on. Yeah, Johnny Cash had a variety show. Did
"gary smith" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"I think that there was a really sports role she just had the really you kept saying he's a good teammate, and I think that was the culture at the time. You weren't necessarily looking over your shoulder. There were a lot of pages in the magazine to he could have a story and I could have a story too. We weren't in competition. I really admired the way he went about the job. I mean, I keep saying this. I admire the quality of the output, but I also really admire the process. The way he had relationships, the way he wasn't smarmy, the integrity, there was a sweetness to him, but there was also if he was pissed off, not just, I mean, you know, it could be at an editor just as easily as it could be at FIFA. There was sort of this low threshold for moral outrage. I mean, you know, you saw that in the last week of the work he had done. So it was admiration. It was also really good, honestly, to have someone, we were always promoted together. We were sort of bracketed together by the editor, so it was nice to have someone kind of go to sort of be grant and Jeff Perlman. We're always kind of bracketed together. And again, we cover different sports. We have different styles. We're all Friends, and it was really nice to have teammates to come up with and experience this stuff together and we would be the junior partners walking into the partners meeting with Rick Riley and Bill Mack and Gary Smith and we would kind of look at each other like holy shit. I mean, it was sort of nice to have someone come up through the ranks with you like that. And there was really, I mean, you sort of look back on it. It's pretty remarkable how not competitive it was. And some of that, I think, was just the fact that there were plenty of stories to go around. And no, I mean, grant from a very, we're both from the Midwest. We're roughly the same age. We have a lot of experiences in comma. You lived a few blocks for me. We were sort of, and again, we did all these stories where we worked together. We got to become good friends in a short amount of time. What was it like working on stories then? Because I think that's another, we still do it. It's a little bit of a loss. Like you mentioned, our magazines changed a lot. There's not as many pages as not in many stories and there are a lot of reasons for it. Obviously, we still do, you know, I think our NFL team does a great job working together on big stories, but you know, you mentioned you had the globalist story and he's in Africa, you're in China. What was it like working on stories with him? Can you tug me under the curtain a little bit the process of co by lining a story with grant? I remember hearing great stories from Lee Jenkins about what it was like working with Pablo Tori back in the day. What was it like for you working with grant? How would you guys go about actually writing a story together? I mean, honestly, I tried to think we did the where's daddy story we both like our first year on the job and that was kind of our big. That was sort of what we were trying to get from fact checker to the next level where we didn't have to do fact checking up, but we know we did a story on bullying. We did kind of this early days sexual abuse and power dynamics in sports. We did that globalization story. And I think honestly, I mean, I think we would just kind of sit in one person with type and the other would dictate the switch. I mean, I don't think either of us were particularly precious about the writing. They were very reporting driven stories. These weren't the kind of stories where you talk about the tangerine sunset. So I think a lot of it was just, you talk to this dude, you write this paragraph. I talked to the kids dad, all right, this paragraph. I mean, I remember him coming to my apartment with his laptop. And this was, I can't tell you how much I hate being the like back in the day together. There was no Internet. So not like we had a Google Doc. That's so funny. No Google. I know, but I'm trying to ward off becoming that guy that does the back in the day story. But I've never existed in a world of writing with no Google Doc. That's why. Rub it in, man. So go grant would bring his laptop and he had better typing skills. So he would, you know, we'd sit side by side. But I really, I don't want to be that guy. I don't want to be the back of my day. Fair enough. If they were going to make a grant wall movie, or they're making a FIFA movie and grant, who should play grant wall in the grant wall move? Who would grant want to play him? I really ironically, you know, I think ironically, I think sudeikis is from his town. Oh, that's right, they're both from Kansas. Hard to fact check me on that one. I think he is to take us or from, if not the same town the same. It's very similar. Exactly. And obviously there's soccer pedigree there.
"gary smith" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"Well, some of them I chose because they were great writing. And Gary smith's stories you wanted to get in there. But the one that pleasantly surprised me because I'd forgotten about it. And I went back and looked, was Jackie. Jackie Mack wrote a story about Berkeley and Jordan's friendship. And I mean, she's a remarkable reporter who has deep relationships with players. And that comes through in this story. But I didn't know a lot of this, and it was about how all throughout their career starting prior to being drafted, Berkeley and Jordan had become such good Friends and all throughout his career, Berkeley talked about how MJ was there providing financial advice. You know, where there's Nike, for example, is I asked for less money but stock options. He became this big brother figure to Charles all throughout his career. And it just shed some light on these really wonderful moments and a type of reporting that you don't see as much today because everyone is so managed and so aware of how things play, you know, but it's like at one point Scottie Pippen slams Charles and Charles just goes off on Scottie for a while. I mean, Charles, of course, but the insight into this friendship and how important it was to Charles gave me a new sort of I guess a new perspective on Jordan. I'd always seen as a little bit cold and maybe a loot with a lot of his teammates and I knew him and Charles were friends. But Jackie does a really good job of painting this whole portrait. And then she writes a PostScript to this story, which talks about the interview with Charles. Which she did, and it was he just blown up. I think it was his knee and it was his career ending injury. But he had agreed to speak to Jackie at some point during the season, so he kept his promise and they met at a hotel and he had his leg propped up on a pillow and Jackie said she broke her long-standing rule about not socializing with players and had a glass of champagne with Charles to toast his career and had this retrospective. And it had this feeling of the journalist and the subject as equals, which I loved, right? There was a whole era of sports writing where there was this mutual trust that often developed between writers and chubs. And where it wasn't, one wasn't up here and the other was down here. And Jackie, I think embodies that and obviously her ethics are unparalleled as well. So everyone, everyone respects her. That comes through in the piece. So that would be the one that that's my push for the book is stories like that by writers like that. Jackie is the greatest. And on that note, you note the PostScript. One of the cool things about this book for folks who might be running out to buy it and you should is that for a lot of these pieces, the writers themselves have provided current day blurb, sometimes a paragraph, sometimes several for the book, as a PostScript to say, you know, here's what I remember about reporting this story, or here's what happened after that, or here's what I then heard from the guy. So there's a lot of really cool new context in a way a reflection to add to the pieces that are already in there. So all great stuff, Chris, great job with this. I can't wait to read the piece on post play in SI. I believe in January, people keep an eye out for that. And everybody go around and get the basketball vault. Chris, this has been fantastic, man. Thanks so much. Yeah, there's a lot of fun. Thanks, Howard. Appreciate you. Okay, that's it for today's show. My thanks again to Chris Ballard. Thank you to our producer, Shelby royston, and thank you all for listening. Remember, you can hear Chris Maddox and me every Tuesday on the crossover with all the latest NBA chatter. And then on Fridays, it's me and a guest. Don't forget to rate review and subscribe to the crossover, wherever you get your podcasts, hit me with all your feedback on Twitter at Howard Beck. When the world gets in the way of your music, try the new Bose quiet comfort earbuds too. Next gen earbuds uniquely tuned to the shape of your ears. They use exclusive Bose technology. The personalizes the audio performance to fit you. Delivering the world's best noise cancellation and powerfully immersive sound, so you can hear and feel every detail of the music you love. Bose quiet comfort earbuds two. Sound shape to you. To learn more, visit Bose dot com. It's gifting season and you have no idea what to get that special cook in your life. Want to know what I'm giving this year? 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"gary smith" Discussed on Private Dicks
"Then he locks the main door going into the attic, wedges the stool in front of another door that heads out to a patio. Loads the shotgun with three shells, writes a lengthy suicide note, shoots up an amount of heroin that is three times the amount needed to kill a human. Lays on the floor, puts the shotgun between his legs, barrel under his chin, pulls the trigger with his thumb, blowing his brains out. The gun was a lower caliber, so the bolt didn't even leave his skull. It just mashed up his brains on the inside. Didn't even look like his face was matched up in the pictures. According to the people had seen them, it just looked like blood was coming out of his head area. After investigations, they find out that this must have happened on April 5th. Even though cops and grant looked for Kurt in the host after April 5th, they missed out on the greenhouse. Like I said, it was on the detached garage, and it's kind of hard to see if you look at the pictures of it. I can understand why if you didn't live there, you wouldn't really know what was there. Plus they just bought it not that long ago. It is pretty hidden. Three days later, on April 8th, Kurt is found by an electrician named Gary Smith who was in the greenhouse to install a security system. They had actually been burglarized a couple days before. A couple of days before they went on tour, so they hired this guy to put in the security system. You don't think the fucking cancel that? No, and you're going to fucking kill yourself. Junkie. At first I guess. Yeah, I mean, obviously he doesn't, but like pork and Gary, dude, can you imagine? Well, save your fucking sympathy for Gary, give me a second here. At first, Gary, it's okay. It's fine that you have it, but just wait. At first Gary thought it was a mannequin. But then
"gary smith" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"This series contains adult language and descriptions of graphic violence throughout. Listener discretion is advised. Cavalry audio on December 27th, 1982, the body of Gary Smith was discovered stuffed between the mattress and box spring of a bed in a small motel room in Bergen county, New Jersey. The body had been poisoned and then inexplicably strangled. According to federal investigators, mister Smith was a small time mafioso, with two known associates who were more heavily connected to the New Jersey mob. Daniel deppner and Richard kuklinski. That second name there, kuklinski. You may recognize, although he's better known as the Iceman. The notorious mafia killer for hire, who by this time had been an active hitman in the game for over 25 years. According to data, UFOs have been around for hundreds of years, but only recently we've been seeing declassified documents and actual images supporting this. The government has always expressed interest in this topic, but kept it under wraps. This season of fringe network alien state will take you on a journey to meet the people who are now speaking out about UFOs and what the government hasn't been telling us. First, who are these people, and why are they choosing to speak out now? Fringe network alien state available now. Subscribe on Apple podcasts to binge all episodes now or listen weekly wherever you get your podcasts. The.
"gary smith" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of money If each and every one of us is a huge amount of money on our energy bills to pay for the bailouts of the companies that went bust Okay that was Gary Smith I should say from the GMB union speaking to us on Bloomberg Westminster it will have plenty more in British politics and later today on the show at 12 on DAB digital radio We'll have the labor MP Catherine west We'll be talking about the cost of living crisis again We've had that report out from the resolution foundation saying that the headline inflation for the poorest tenth of households is 10.2% showing again how much poorer households are being more badly affected by the rising cost of living Yeah and you have this kind of this strange situation in the UK where boys Johnson is under huge pressure from party gate We get the final report from the civil servants Sue gray expected sometime this week on those illegal lockdown rule breaking parties at 10 Downing Street and all of the fines that we've seen and yet at the same time the cost of living squeeze is so severe The CEO of eon was speaking over the weekend talking about how many more he was expecting 40% of his plants he's one of the biggest energy companies in the UK are going to find it incredibly difficult to pay for their energy bills and he was saying that he listens in to customer calls that he actually reads people's emails and he was kind of trying to express just how hard it is right now Yeah which is fascinating in itself as well about the level of granular detail as CEO of an energy company is watching on this too That report from the resolution foundation saying the cost of earning gap between rich and poor and now expanding to the widest in at least 16 years here in the UK Stay with us on daybreak Europe coming up as the S&P first with a bear market will speak to Olivier and Oliver kettlewell had a fixed income and global portfolios at mashrak capital This is Bloomberg Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day The Bloomberg business app Quick take This is a Bloomberg business flash IT dot EDU This is a Bloomberg business flash From the big European headquarters here in London I'm Caroline hecker with this Bloomberg radio business flash so the Bank of England's Andrew Bailey is going to be at a panelist at an economic forum in Vienna the return of inflation is the title of the conference he's going to be speaking at about 5 15 today So that in sort of Central Bank news also the ECB's Christine Lagarde signaling that July is the likely liftoff.
"gary smith" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"McLean as a senior researcher on Russian media at Oxford University to understand how Russians are seeing the invasion three months into what the country is calling its special operation Take a listen So it is tightly controlled in the sense that all of the major news outlets are either controlled by the state or by a very state friendly businessman And in particular since the special military operation began there's been a raft of new laws to shut down what even remained of the independent media However there is still access particularly if you have a VPN to alternative sources of information And I think it's important to stress that whilst Russian media coverage and propaganda is very pervasive and the state does have an awful lot of control People they do have actors and certainly particularly before February before the invasion they did have a lot of access and there is an element of co creation I mean these narratives are also popular So it isn't just a case of brainwashing I think that would be too simplistic and explanation of what's happened here And to be honest why the propaganda is so effective it's partly because people want to hear those narratives So the media landscape that you're describing is very different to China for example Media and Russia is in private hands generally Yes quite a lot of it is in private hands So there is racial adin which is the state broadcaster and they have a whole sort of fleet of channels But then for example if you have first channel which is the second sort of main federal sort of all country TV station that is partly owned by a state company those parts of it owned by Gazprom And essentially they're not always owned I think the general point is that they're not always owned by the state directly So again comes to Moscow pavida is another very popular tabloid which isn't owned by the state but at the same point it's never going its own by state for different business And so it's never going to have a great to go for Putin for example Now post suggested about 70 to 80% of Russians support the war but people's reasons for this are numerous aren't they It isn't straightforward No exactly That's a really good point I think there has been too much sort of tendency to interpret that Everybody supports it in the same way that state media tells them to And that's not the case Some people support it just purely in the sense of well my country is at war or is on a special military operation So my country right or wrong that sort of patriotism Some people support it for reasons that are even more extreme perhaps in the Kremlin you know that they think that Ukraine well perhaps not more extreme than criminals but equally as extreme as the Kremlin sadly That Ukraine shouldn't exist Some people support it as crazy as it sounds from a position that is not as evil as the war in the sense that they really believe the propaganda they really believe that Russia is fighting Nazis And so they genuinely believe that they are doing something good However of course that is a choice than they are choosing to believe Okay that was Jade mcglynn Russian media researcher at Oxford University speaking to us on Bloomberg Westminster on today's show at midday UK time we'll be doing a special program on jobs and the cost of living of course we have those unemployment figures out earlier in the week We've got retail sales out today lots to talk about around this We have Gary Smith from the GMB union and Jack Canada UK economist at indeed speaking to us.
"gary smith" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To lean Gary Smith Tom good morning and thank you let's start here in the UK where the house secretary believes it's likely vaccines remain effective against a new strain of coronavirus which scientists are closely looking into Sajid javid does not think our Christmas plan should change the NHS's working out the logistical details of ramping up the booster program after a target of the end of January was set for all over 18 to have been offered it Now the U.S. and Japan are among countries planning tighter measures for inbound travelers to help combat the omicron variant of coronavirus Meanwhile the Indian state which is home to Mumbai has imposed quarantine for passengers arriving from at risk countries in Europe France has reported 47,000 new coronavirus cases in the last 24 hours The highest level since April And Tel Aviv has leapfrogged Hong Kong and Singapore to become the world's most expensive city to live in according to the report by The Economist intelligence unit the Israeli city climbed from 5th place last year to top the worldwide cost of living 2021 survey for the very first time pushing Paris down to joint a second place with Singapore Rome was the biggest drop in the ranking from 32nd to 48th a place Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick tank powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Leanne guerins This is Bloomberg Caroline Thank you so much Lee I guess I spent most cities around the world are becoming more expensive given inflation But thanks so much and Garret with the world news Straight ahead and blooper day break Europe Europe is unveiling this €300 million global program tried to compete with China the belt and road issues so this is money that will go to developing countries It would simply be more today it is going to tell us more is public and private money So let's see more about that in a moment Yeah how it squares up with China's belt and road initiative which the Chinese are speaking about a little less frequently these days In terms of your markets you'll see some gains of 1% or.
"gary smith" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Paul swinney hosting Bloomberg markets That's a ten a.m. Eastern Time Okay let's get the global news international news out with Lee and Gary Smith Tom good morning UK Chancellor Rishi sunak is set to announce almost 6 billion pounds for the national health service at this week's government budget The boost comes as the UK attempts to clear backlogs caused by the pandemic and as one of a few major giveaways likely in Wednesday's financial statement Soon next task has been complicated by a stuttering economic recovery faster inflation and a surge in virus cases Now the UK government says negotiations with the European Union over the Northern Ireland protocol needs solutions urgently This comes ahead of new talks as Bloomberg's puja candia reports A team from the European Commission will travel to London tomorrow as they try to break the deadlock Brexit minister David Frost and commission vice president Morris Vic are due to meet after this latest round of negotiations Both sides are battling it out over trade barriers in Northern Ireland That's after Boris Johnson threatened to use article 16 of the protocol to unilaterally suspend parts of the agreement The EU's previously said it's prepared to respond with legal and retaliatory trade measures if article 16 is invoked In London I'm pretty convinced Bloomberg daybreak Europe Now to Asia China has locked down a country account in inner Mongolia that has seen the most COVID-19 cases in the country's latest data outbreak That has an initial flare up in China's northwest quickly spirals into a national surge The wave of infections has now spread to 11 a provinces and in Singapore authorities have deployed its fake news law against an anti vaxxer group Bloomberg's Juliet sali has more The country's Ministry of Health has issued a correction order to website truth warriors over claims that vaccines are not effective Evidence does show that jab's cut COVID-19 infection as well as serious illness and mortality rates from the virus Truth warriors also claimed that Ivermectin and antiparasitic drug is a potential treatment for such illness Vaccine hesitancy has been an issue as countries try to ramp up their numbers of fully vaccinated people to reach so called herd immunity levels In Singapore I'm Juliet Sally Bloomberg daybreak Europe Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists Santa analysts are more than 120 countries And Leanne guerin said this is Bloomberg Tom Yeah thank you very much indeed Let's switch focus to the German economy now German business confidence taking another hit in October but that's as global supply log jams dampen momentum in the manufacturing heavy economy A gauge compiled by the E foe institute dropped for a fourth time in a row that's more than economists predicted at 97.7 It's now at the lowest level in 6 months with expectations also on the decline For more we are joined by Clemens's voice President of the ifo institute Clemens thank you for joining us Another disappointment then when it comes to the survey what are we seeing in terms of business confidence What is the drag on business confidence in Germany at this point Well that's clearly good to good orders There is strong demand but this demand can not be served because of these supply bottlenecks We have asked companies how long I expect these bottlenecks to stay and the average answer is 6 months So if these companies understand the situation these bottlenecks will not go away quickly So this is a serious problem for the recovery Are you concerned that the recovery could essentially come to a halt as a result of the supply chain challenges or our corporations in Germany starting to adjust Companies have adjusted they've used inventories and so on But this is getting increasingly difficult Fortunately there are also positive news from other sectors for instance one could expect that rising infections weigh on for instance on restaurants and hotels which is not the case We do see problems in the service sector in the real estate sector but at least not in other areas And in construction the business situation improves and expectations are also more positive That's why I think it's unlikely we are going to see another recession But the recovery is clearly slowing down The recovery is clearly slowing down It's interesting you pointed to the optimism in some of the areas of the services sector given that a number of those economists who still claim that this is transitory in terms of inflation their argument often lands and is underscored by whatever.
"gary smith" Discussed on The Dork Forest
"Right here. Come all and Ryan Gosling again, and everybody comes in, right? And they start fighting. Boom. There, she has. He warned sweats yet. Anyway. You have to hit not broken, a single Swift. And so a lot of things happen at aren't important for the sake of time here but we get to the moment one moment. That's the next big piece of the puzzle here. So at the camp, right? The practice and and what happens is that PD right? Running back, he keeps fumbling the ball and we still get a chance to see more of Denzel's character is Tom Boone. He's very aggressive. You know, he's going to verbally abuse, you kind of really classic old school coach football. Okay. Yeah. That's exactly. I grew up your chops and it's going to be like that, okay. I grew up in that era so it just kind of they kind of portrayed that with with Coach boom. Right. So that happens and then they go to the cafeteria, Lasik big boy, he wants to see what the black people song. Like yo, do your throne tables? Like do y'all all my people? And they do a great job of Lasik trying to be this underlying threat of like go. Like we just saw people make your own defense. It's this is if you were my teammates. Yeah. And so he knows a lot about sole signals, a lot about his roommate and nobody else done. So close goes like, I everybody from this day forward, you gotta talk about your teammates, all right? And if you don't, we go and do practices three times a day, we're going to do three days until everybody has met everybody on this team, right? And so everybody's like, yeah, this is the worst, right, now here's this is another caveat by this is important for the end of the story. So Ray, if you remember at the beginning, I said Gary came up with his friend, Ray, Jerry, Lewis and Dean Martin, right? Ray is Gary Smith. Okay, ray is not going to be on the right side of History. Spoiler alert really strange. Gray is a full bag of full bag is basically off. A blocker. Right. Okay, so he he he doesn't get the ball a lot. He just blocks and tries to keep the quarterback safe and keep the running back safe. Now he's not really blocking and and Gary knows. This is like I'm a strong. I'm just buying my time. This whole situation is trash right? I should have a little caveat to know for Layla. And so as we do this, we're still fighting, we're still arguing, right? And so big moment in a second, big moment of the movie, where at the camp is 3:00 in the morning, alarms are going off, right? And Coach, boom, takes everybody downstairs. Like we're gonna run, we're gonna run at 3. Am going to go for a jog. Now coach yoast here is he's been given a few breadcrumbs, he gives another breadcrumb, he's like, yo, code, boom. This is, this is kind of flirting with crazy right here, okay? Boss is just smile. He said let's go, right? He says, if you don't make it just head on back to Alexandria, we all need you, right? So they jog in the middle of the night and they end up where the Battle of birth. Hattiesburg actually happened. Okay, so I didn't say they went to Gettysburg College for Camp, right? And and so of course, you've got the dramatic music. You've got the fog, you've got the speech. You got like.
"gary smith" Discussed on The Red Box Politics Podcast
"Wage now heralds age as a great success by consolidated i was there was opposition is gonna destroy brisard not one stage it seems but now people are successful business unions that for about an coast during this condemning who drafted Government guidelines to keep workers safe. You know unions had a very important handle pen so you know it is important reengage. His competitions is important but we have a voice in. it's important that we get the of laws and rights. That working people deserve those grady. General secretary of the t. You see the trades union congress sitting out her view of the union movement. Let's speak to one of those unions now. Gary smith is the general sexually the gm be union which actually recently won a landmark case about uber dreyfuss and we discussed the challenges facing the unions in the wake of the pandemic. I think there's a number of issues that we have and possible to meet you too. What has changed enormously you. We've gone from manufacturing industry manufacturing has continued to decline. It is manufacturing tended to be will unionized. I'm actually paid jobs. So there'd been structural changes in the economy and cycle unions like think of struggle to keep pace from some of them But there's also. I think a problem in society and a low people particularly yoga on no condition to how very low expectations about din. Expedience of walk so pai is often law and not has become the norm for many on. Also insecure. Employment has become the norm for many people in our society as well. I'm i'm raising people's sites. Giving people hope on getting them understanding the tower the harvest that organized the in the past the jambay's given millions of pounds of the labor party. You've said recently. I think that that's a under review. What state does that move you at. When i was elected i made clear that we will talk to a fundamental review of all budgets and so all out affiliations will be tested to see if they're giving us value for money in the right thing to do you know we've got financial pressures membership. Pleasures would feel ourselves as a union asked. Now we've gone through the or as we go through. The endemic over have lost big numbers of jobs in some parts of the according. And so that it's just an economic reality people. This is a union. We hosted revealed budgets as any organization with priorities. It sounds like you don't think you do get value for money for donating to to case tom. Labor party is most definitely not but some of the challenges labor pot is on. I think three by longtime kissed Og made the point that when labour lost the copland by-election number two years ago not should have been in canadian mindfully. Not czar community in west combined with sellafield. Nuclear is a business plan. I think of a hassle people in the constituency are union members. And they've joining. I'm not predates hassan. So this is most definitely not based on or the currently show. This is just of the philosophy and approach is a union Our members come. I always know party. Politics and i were priority is fighting for job and is not part of the issue that if you have got you know border base of workers in different sectors and industries and you know. Politics is changing a lot in the traditional voting patterns. Aren't quite the same that actually if you'll get a wet present your members if lots of them are voting for different positives. Conservative live demo. Whatever it might be. It doesn't make sense for you as an organization to represent your members if you are seen as being the sort of a wing of the funding of the labor party well mission until by my accent remember. Scotland do bullet coughing test laughing. That disappoint i love to see by the labor government really focused on jobs and getting according to me court but i knew what the reality is in scotland and this is very important as well. We organize an island. The liba coffee does not organize an island So we've switzer members who don't come on identified. I personally would like to see that. A ton of labor government of to live with the political realities. We currently confront as a union. We are credible. At what a we are fighting overseas the fatal the pink conditions jobs dot show. You get plan to go capability in your members might be more inclined to listen to you. The poet guys smith dental sector of the unions. Being me on this morning. Saudi dissident himself from that. I want you to focus on these members but reviewing the funding that the gm be gives to that either party. Meanwhile today ballot papers go out in the election to replace lend. Mccloskey's general secretary of the unite union has labor's biggest financial backer. A huge voting block when it comes to policy way to talk through that racist patron mcguire editor at the times. Where box project. Good morning so talk us through why this this election that most people never have heard of is quite significant. When it comes to the politics of well. I think you hit the nail on the head there. Obviously as you know your your guest this morning have been discussing matters. Usually for workers for business but will be in the immediate term. The main impact of the united leadership race will be on who controls. The labour party's purse-strings. And as you say who controls a decisive block of votes on the ruling national executive committee now given that case on and the people around him or preoccupied with basically winning the peace. I would control of the labor party. Now they need to Put the kuban to bed as people around care. Moore's i would say Seized control of the policy for good and the the difference between a unit leader. Who is willing to say yet. Go ahead you hop balking on later. Who's raison-d'etre is in the workplace and in the labor party to stand up for continuity kkob anisim or a left wing policy. Agenda is massive. Because tom and so who talks to the providers who's in the race to replace them mcklusky. Red lenses known often buy toys of what it means the direction of the party so the originally originally for contenders jiro coin who is an embassy commerce. The moderate candidate he unexpectedly run against mcklusky in two thousand seventeen. When land stood down onto to win another term. that he's just seen out. He was very close. Tom watson gerald coin and came in and five thousand votes of unseating mcklusky shot result and then coincidentally was sat from his job at the union on On some data protection charge. He knew The you know the answer you surely nothing to do with the decision to to challenge Mcklusky he Obviously if he wins he has his entire pitches. He's focusing on the workplace. Implicit not is. I'm not going to do a land. And they see myself as a player politics but that is a huge advocates. Because he's so many he say. Look i'm going to change the leadership rule so the mp's have dishonesty about not members. Gerald coin is sort of person who would say yes absolutely. Find his blanchett's do whatever you want then. There are two of the candidates running from the left. Sharon graham who is currently one of because he's assistant secretary has sort of been slutty overlooked in commentary of the race mainly because she's not a very loud bloat as good just industrial pedigree and has won the support of a lot of big workplaces. Then the third candidate is a chuckle. Steve turner now when the race looked to be between four candidates at the full being howard. Becker currently suspended from the labor party for tweeting. A pretty tell should be deported..
"gary smith" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red
"Say mark although this question to you you know. It's not the losing that kills you. It's the hope that kills you should rapids. Fans rightfully have hope right now. My more metaphysical which is to say. I don't know why you would tune into watch soccer every week. If you had no hope in the team. I think it makes a lot of sense to just invest in the team at excited Win lose or draw to expect them to be in the playoffs to expect them to make some progress in the playoffs is totally normal on every season. You don't have to just tune in because you have a favorite player on you. Expect to lose most of the games like that's that's pretty miserable way to support a soccer team. But that's the way you do it more power to you. Thanks for sticking with the team But i think this is a team that you can you can you. Can you can bet on You can get your hopes up. I think it's it as long as you temper. Those hopes. i think the person who says we're gonna win the league every year Need therapy in order to deal with the levels of disappointment they're setting themselves up for so i say you know every season. You should get your hopes up. But this season for sure There's good reason that your hopes will not be. You will be rewarded. For that opinion. i would say in the we'll say since twitter was invented. Because i'm not sure. I'm not sure the origin or the timeline behind when that so rapids became a mean within rapids twitter. But we'll take two thousand seven. I think there have been three points. David in which the rapids have debunked themselves or decouple themselves from that. Obviously gary smith and what the team was able to do in two thousand nine two thousand ten. Almost in two thousand eleven showed that they were able to do that. I think the club was on the precipice of doing that again in twenty thirteen. Twenty fourteen under oscar pereira unfortunately that so rapids moment happened in oscar braves departure from the club that we don't need to rehash. I think we're at the point where this version club is. This version of the club is has the potential by the end of this season to take the training wheels off to break out of the mold to free themselves from the shackles. That has been that. So rapid under the direction of portsmouth. So i think you absolutely have right to have hope hope an expectation that the team makes the playoffs. Hope maybe not expectations that the team gets a home. Playoff game and hope and reasonable expectations of the team will be more competitive in their playoff matchup and in that i say mark. It's not the hope. It's not the hope that kills you. It's the lack of hope that gets you. I believe rabbi teller listeners. About a grisly in roughnecks scarves. Let's get out of here. The scars makes wonderful neck..
"gary smith" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"If you don't change the mindset, If you don't admit that there's a problem on your department that you have Eric officers, then what is there to fix? No news. Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. Top government cyber official says his agency has received some but not all of the technical information about the ransomware attack that has shut down a major fuel pipeline. As NPR's Greg Marie Notes. Critics say private companies and the government need to share details about such breaches more rapidly. Brandon Wales heads the Cyber security Agency at Homeland Security. He told the Senate committee. He's seeking more data on last Friday's attack on colonial pipeline so it could be shared with other companies at risk. I think right now we are waiting for additional technical information on exactly what happened at Colonial so that we can use that information to potentially protect Other potential victims down the road. The company did contact the FBI but not the cyber agency established three years ago to protect US infrastructure. There's an ongoing debate on how companies in the government can share such information more effectively. Greg my read. NPR NEWS Washington The situation continues to worsen in an escalating fight between Israelis and Palestinians, which flared after Hamas launch rockets into Israel. Israeli airstrikes have demolished a 12 story building in Gaza City that housed the offices of top of US officials. Explosion shaking buildings as far as two miles away. Monster earlier threatened to strike the Israeli metropolis of Tell Aviv, the main international airport. Next the city is closed. Texas bankruptcy judges thrown out the National Rifle Association's bankruptcy filing in that state. The judge saying the case was found in bad faith. Texas Public Radio's Paul Flab has more The owner is facing an enforcement action from the New York attorney general that seeks to dissolve the organization. It filed for bankruptcy early this year as part of an attempt to reincorporate in Texas. The New York A G suit claims long time leader Wayne LaPierre had used the organizations, funds for personal gain vacations and private plane trips. Dallas based U. S Bankruptcy Judge Harlan Hale says in court documents at the N R A was using the bankruptcy to evade New York regulations pale throughout the case, which analysts say should make it easier for New York to shut down the N R a Paul Slavin. SAN Antonio with California in better financial shape than many states Governor Gavin Newsom is proposing $12 billion in new funding get More homeless people in the housing governor unveiling details was planned today at a San Diego hotel that's been converted into housing. What we're doing here today is multiples. Won any state in American history has committed to address this crisis of homelessness straight on as the nation's most popular state, California has an estimated 161,000 people who are experiencing homelessness more than any other state. Stocks plunged today. The Dow down 473 points to 34,000 to 69, the NASDAQ closed down 12 points. You're listening to NPR news. 51 degrees at 504. Good evening. I'm elbow. Laura. Would WB easy news, Chicago officials say parents can now book Fizer vaccine appointments if their kids are between the ages of 12 and 15. FDA approved the vaccine for this age group yesterday. WB Easy's Adriana Cardona McGee got reports the head of the city's public health department Dr Allison are worthy says parents could start vaccinating their eligible kids as earliest Thursday pending final CDC approval tomorrow. Are worthy also says Chicago public schools will be hosting school based vaccination events will have the vaccine bus are likely five different high schools around Chicago. Parents can also make pharmacy appointments Thursday. CPS officials say students will not be required to get vaccinated unless state law mandates it have Arianna Cardinal McGuigan WBC news. In Illinois appellate panel is up holding a $5 Million award for the family of a black man fatally shot by a Chicago police officer Seven years ago. WB Easy's Chip Mitchell reports. Police said Gary Smith had a gun when Officer our cottage patch next shot him multiple times in a West side foot chase. The city found that the shooting complied with police policy. But some eye witnesses said Smith had put his hands up and his family accused police of planting the gun In a wrongful death lawsuit. A jury awarded the family a city pay out of $5.1 million. The city claimed that that trial was unfair today, though a three judge appellate panel upheld the verdict. The city's law department declined to comment. Chip Mitchell WBC news Take a look at sports in preseason W. NBA Action in Chicago Sky Lee the fever 61 to 55 at the beginning of the fourth quarter tonight Cups Stick on the Indians in Cleveland, the White Sox host. The Twins had seven Bulls are home tonight against Brooklyn or whether tonight clear skies colder with patchy areas of frost. Well, inland. Alot of 38 Sunny tomorrow have 65 a cooler near the lake..
"gary smith" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"I like a good old fashioned. I'm old school, Mike. I like a long reed. Now I I don't need a make you part of Stanley is dwindling number. I don't know, but I like you know you and I grew up with Sports Illustrated Gary Smith and and Curry, Kirkpatrick and Frank before doing their thing, Right? You know what I mean? So this is what I like, is a good deep dive and It's interesting. You chose Devin Booker because you know, the Phoenix Suns aren't the hottest team going, but they're 15 and nine, but you did choose to write about him and I just wanted I didn't really choose it. This was a This was a very smart production decision and network decision for producers who said Hey, Um, let's let's do you Do you feel like reading about Devin Booker? That's it? Yes, and one of the things husband a lot of time in Arizona and that your party and I, so I paid more attention to the sun's than most people. Even in the bad years, and there have been lots of bad years later, in 2010 s O, And to me, there was one essential Question about Devin Booker, which is Who the hell are Devin Booker? For most fans, not from me, but who is he? Who is? How is it that he could be so anonymous? Having averaged? I mean, like Steph Curry numbers in terms of scoring the last three years. 27 a game. He's just 24 years old. He has a 70 point game on his resume. No one else active has a 70 point game. And so how is it? He's so anonymous Well, and the answer is still becomes, you go back to no playoff games. And no prime time heart, barely any prime time, nationally televised games, and people just don't know who Booker is. Unless they are fans of Kentucky basketball. He was only the one year For the sun having many of those in the last 10 years, right? Yeah, It's good, though. We gotta learn about him. He's one of the great players in the game. And you have a good anecdote right out of the gate it and rest in peace. Kobe, we just passed the one year anniversary. Petition about Coby, right? I mean, he this story is that you have the opening anecdotes that Kobe looked out for him on the first night. He met him socially. The Kobe pick. I don't know how many guys Kobe did that with. Did he just see something special in Devin Booker? Or do you think Kobe did this for a lot of young players? Both. I mean, he did it for a lot of young players, and I mean people have their stories. I mean, you hear them about how the interaction took place initially and now How much follow up there might have been. But also he saw something special in Devin Booker because he was very specific with Booker about what he saw what he liked what he thought Booker had to do more of and one of the things that Um, other than that anecdote to it doesn't It doesn't make much sense now because of the injuries because of Durant leaving because of play being injured, But Kobe specifically said to Devin Booker, you're gonna have to go through the warriors. You gotta go through Golden State. And that's dead. Dynamic has changed a little bit, maybe turn it could happen next year. You figured that that's going to be another year of getting better and evolving for the sons. Ondo Warriors will be, you know, hopefully whole again physically, But Kobe specifically said, you look at them. That's what you have to do. That's the grind that you've got to do this in front of you, and let's see if you can pull it off. And you kept in touch with him that the follow up was pretty extensive. And he loved loved watching cook. I'm sorry. Loved watching Devon poker player. I love it. I love you know, just tears. Your heart, man. You think about what we've lost is Kobe was turning into a real statesman of the game. You know, it really, really was and Sad to say, ma'am, but I'm glad he did that. You don't sleep on Phoenix. Every there 15 and nine.
"gary smith" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"100. We will get into the daily dose of dubs coming your way at 8 55 And then Robert the Aussie here just for the 8 37 crowd just to revisit to get ready for Robert the Aussie to come on in. That Tiger Woods documentary We talked about earlier this morning that I want to circle back a little bit. Copes. You've seen two parts. Paul, you You only saw a little bit. You said Chunk yesterday and it was It was a chunk of port too. And I just let it happen to land on the spot when he was getting into. And I'm not kidding. Like working out with the Navy seals and stuff. Which part? Did you see? Like him Like, Well, they start showing pictures of like, how hard the Navy seals working like. Yeah, you know, you get your ass kicked is a Navy seal. They showed the like that one guy's torso totally bruised up. Then I got tiger doing pull ups. But it sounded like like in the fatigues. Tiger was in the fatigues and everything. And then he hurt his knee s O. I just saw like that sequence there like it was totally specific, too. The Navy seal stuff I haven't seen I'm interested for for its you or fascinate. You had never seen that before. Right? I didn't know anything about that. No, Andre hopes you. You this for you was a lot of new stuff right? Almost Everything was new to me, especially like the rise of Tiger because I was too little, I think. Are you a tiger fan Coach like I totally like it, and I understand more now and when Murph talks about, and he said this on the show before when he talks about like dominant athletes, if you put them on the you know, we do our Mount Rushmore of like the most dominant athletes of all time. There's no question Tigers up there like he has to be just based on how he burst onto the scene how he dominated the field. I think it's Nick Faldo has a green lantern it where he says, and after that shot, you said we didn't see anything, but it's dust for the next 15 years. That's all he says. It's like I don't think I ever told you this murder, but you might get a kick out of this. So my dad who passed away years ago, sadly but my dad was, he was like me. He was not really into golf. He didn't play golf. He wasn't like a golfing enthusiast. My dad was way into Tiger. My dad loved watching. You never mentioned that to me and he loved and that's about it is on you. That would be like me all of a sudden, like watching golf on a regular basis. Like getting all excited, he there was something about Tiger Woods and his will to win. My daddy's talk about this guy's a champion. This guy, I mean, this guy gets into his own. You started destroying people so He got ahold of my dad was like the most unlikely golf guy of all time. Well, that's an awesome story, And it does indicate how the hold on him and when he when he was named Sportsman of the year in nineties seven, I think and Gary Smith of Sports Illustrated is featured in the documentary. Got that quote from Earl saying. My son will will be will change humanity, he said. And these are the three now, he said, Like Nelson Mandela altitude You could just stop right there and you're telling me that it didn't stop there, he said, or Gandhi grow. At that point, you're just like yeah. I mean, what about Butterfly Net over this guy's head, right? You know what I mean? Take him away. But he didn't stop there, he said. Or Buddha already sell e. I mean, Earl's a smart guy, right? Like so it was not an idiot, You know, I mean, it's like I might be needing. I can ask a stupid question because I don't and I probably should know this, but I don't What? Why is it that we are at least I don't like everything you hear about Tiger and his dad like you never hear about his mom. Where's the Oh, No. You definitely hear about his mom. Tita is a huge factor in this wasn't as I mean, if you're a tiger head, you know all about Tita. Well, he wears the red on Sunday for her. She's determined through. Well, you know, she's she's She's from Thailand. So she has actually of the Buddhist faith, right? So I believe that came from her in her the color of It's sort of a mystical color or has significance in her spiritually background, The color red. It's like a power color, so he wears that for her on Sundays. That's a that has meaning it has meaning in her Buddhist upbringing. So so there's that going on. And also in this documentary, though, does not do her justice. They only mentioned her a couple times. She actually is credited For fashioning his his bloodthirsty side. Earle's about like his dominance in the Gulf and all that, but the killing of other opponents. They say it comes to Tita. Peter would say to him. However you go, you go kill that boy. She stole that you go kill that boy. Jeez, don't come home. Yeah, The element of this, too, is like and I think anybody who grew up with with friends or maybe is one themselves. Ah, First generation child born in America, and I grew up with a lot of lot of my best friends were first generation with Filipino parents at Moreau and a lot of their parents demanded perfection or demanded had had high. You know, they have high goals for their kids. I want you to go to a great school they want, you know, they came out of Um, you know, situations where maybe they weren't living in the best scenarios. And so they want better for their kids. So I think about who Tita was relative to who His father was, as this this green beret like thought behind enemy lines in Vietnam and you pair those two, together with her wanting perfection for her son wanted him to be a killer with the type of Really sort of military upbringing he had as a golfer..