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Fresh update on "glasgow" discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe
"To the new regional homeless authority which at some point is supposed to take over handling of the homeless crisis Jeff Poe's law come on news despite omicron flooding in the next state budget all upon as governor Jay inslee spent a lot of time today talking about abortion Coma's Ryan Harris has more The governor says with the U.S. Supreme Court considering Mississippi's restrictive abortion law he sees signs that the right to choice in Washington will be under attack and he called on people to fight to keep that right Our state is likely to be under assault yet again by political forces in our state who seek to roll back the clock to the dark days before the right of choice was protected in the state of Washington in nationally by the role decision Federal Republicans and Democrats have said it should be a matter for the states to make their own laws on abortions but Republicans also argue that modern technology brings fetus viability earlier which is why many have called for abortion bans earlier in pregnancies However governor inslee didn't totally ignore COVID and his latest news conference but he did say that delta is what still killing people now So he again pushed the call to continue wearing masks and getting vaccines and boosters which he says many believe might give you at least some protection against a Macron Ryan Harris komo news Amanda accused of killing a shoreline mother has pleaded not guilty to the charges against him King County prosecutors say Aidan aus is charged with vehicular homicide vehicular assault and felony hit and run charging documents say I was driving southbound at Lyndon avenue north and shoreline at a high rate of speed and without headlights when he crashed into a car driven by Diane marks who died at the scene It is held on $300,000 bail Still ahead on como A little girl found dead stuffed into a duffel bag a year ago in Oregon Her mother and the mother's partner now in custody I'm karling Johnson 6 O four Marina rockinger has the latest on her traffic.
Fresh "Glasgow" from Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe
"And 60th we've had power lines down today because the trees came down and just in general just a heavy commute around the puget sound region next combo traffic at 6 O four And the weather picture we are going to stay on the cool side with high temperatures only in the low to mid 40s tomorrow overnight lows tonight in the 30s under mainly cloudy skies is going to be a bit breezy tomorrow so those low 40s are going to feel a little chillier than that Rain at times this weekend with mountain snow and highs in the 40s downtown Seattle now 43° at komo news It's 5 55 Israel is home to the most expensive city in the world The report from The Economist intelligence units is Tel Aviv.
Nations strike climate deal with coal compromise
"Government negotiators from nearly two hundred countries have adopted a new deal on climate action after two weeks of talks envoys at the United Nations climate change conference in Glasgow Scotland accepted a compromise agreement it was aimed at keeping alive the international goal to limit global warming to one point five degrees Celsius or two point seven degrees Fahrenheit nation after nation complained that the deal isn't enough to fend off flooding heat drought and weather disasters that endanger millions but in the end said it provides some progress if not success U. S. special climate envoy John Kerry encouraged delegates to accept the N. perfect proposal you can then perfect be the enemy of the good in a last minute intervention India watered down the language on cutting emissions from coal Indian environment minister Bhupender Yadav I'm loving countries have a right to their fair share of the global carbon budget and not entitled to the responsible use of fossil fuels Glasco climate pact includes some financial incentives for poor nations and solves a long standing problem to pave the way for carbon trading I'm Jennifer king
"glasgow" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Well there are our response to this We should not call it a Glasgow pack We should call it the Glasgow suicide pipes for the forest in the world because it does not keep us below the 1.5° guard In fact it had just closer to 3° Governments turned their backs on the poorest and the most vulnerable in the world to even meet the poultry 100 billion that rammed through so many loopholes that he makes a mockery of this climate negotiations And that's why this morning all the 700 people from all the different civil society constituencies representing environmental organizations women and gender use trade unions indigenous people farmers and peasants came together and took over one of the main halls where these deals are cocktail And we issued our own people's declaration calling on what we actually wanted to see outside this cop Countries commit to their fair share of effort strong binding targets with real zero by 2030 meeting the 100 billion but actually recognizing that we need trillions if we're going to have a real just transition without leaves no one behind recognizing that the reality of this climate crisis means that we need adaptation and loss and damage for the poorest of most vulnerable And that rich countries need to take responsibility and liability for the damage that they're doing We know that they support us and big businesses who have helped draft some of these causes So this was our attempt as people drafting our declaration as a rallying cobalt.
Director Norman Stone on His New CS Lewis Film 'The Most Reluctant Convert'
"And let me just tell you, I'm a fan of C. S. Lewis. Which brings me to my friend Norman stone, the film, director, Norman stone, got on the map early in 1984 by directing a film called shadowlands for the BBC starring Claire Bloom, Joss ackland, and he's been doing all kinds of things, but a little bit of C. S. Lewis here and there. He has just directed a new film called the most reluctant convert starring our friend max McLean and Norman stone across the pond from the environs of Glasgow is here with us in the studio. Norman is that you. This is still me, yeah. It's still you. My friend, listen, we've been friends for a long time. And you and I have had millions of silly conversations or at least hundreds. But we both love C. S. Lewis. So when I found out from max McLean, in this studio, you know, he's starring as Lewis, but that you had directed it, I flipped, because I said, there's literally nobody else who should direct the film. Can you tell us because there are people tuning in, they didn't hear the max maclean interview. They may not know about the film rather than my telling them what I know. Tell us what is the film and what will we find in the film? Okay. Louis did write a lot of books, you're right. One of the ones that's probably the most impressive in many ways is the surprise by joy. Basically it's his own story. He writes with a self deferential wit and information comes out and you want to read more. So this is how he began life turned into an atheist and then was a very dogmatic atheist. Anyone can university after a trip for the First World War and so on. And he soon being challenged by people like
'Green Fraud' Author Marc Morano Describes the Hypocrisy of These Climate Summits
"We have with us a returning to America first. The man who educated me on the climate hoax. He is the founder of the climate depot, the author of the politically incorrect guy to climate change and more recently, the green fraud, why the Green New Deal? I prefer green new steel is even worse than you think Mark morano. Welcome to one on one. Thank you so much. Happy to be here today. So where have you just got back from? Did you just get back from what is ObamaCare, Scotland, completely fallaciously, the emerald isle? Where have you been Mark? I have been in the emerald well actually, I think that's Ireland. I've been in Scotland and I did not get to go. I was there for all last week. I did not get to go in one of these private jets like Jeff Bezos or Bill Gates or Al Gore, who were all at the conference as well. I had to fly commercial, but I was there all last week at this Glasgow summit and it was a doozy because I think even the longtime observers are saying, this is as Greta would say, a blah, blah, blah, summit. Not much has happened here except a lot of virtue signaling. So what is this? They're using this acronym cop. I didn't realize it's now running for multiple weeks. Well, what is this? What is this virtue signaling stand for and who, who is their Mark? Well, this is the United Nations climate summit. Cop stands for conference of parties. Bureaucratic language that they have every year. So next year's cup 27. This year's cop 25. And this whole process started in 1992 with the Rio earth summit that then Republican president George H. W. Bush signed and got us beholden to this big monster mess and then of course the first climate agreement they came up with was the Kyoto protocol when Clinton was president. And it's been going strong since then, annual basis. And they always pick exotic location. Scotland's probably the least exotic location that they've had it. I've been the Bali South America cancun all over the world. Next year is going to be in Egypt. They like to fly all over and have giant
Renewable Energy Can't Be Achieved by a Ban on Fossil Fuels
"Wrote a piece in The Wall Street Journal, which you should all be aware of. How destructive the green activists the fanatics of our day are to poor countries. This is by the president, Yoweri Museveni. President of Uganda, Africa can not sacrifice its future prosperity for western climate goals. The continent should balance its energy mix not rush straight toward renewables. Even though that will likely frustrate some of those gathering, at the global climate conference in Glasgow. I'll continue reading from it, but I want you to understand the issue it's very simple. The west got its prosperity thanks to fossil fuels. No fossil fuel, no energy, no west. Fossil fuels have been one of the greatest blessings in the history of mankind. What the selfish, rich white. That's really who it's ironic that I would use the term, but that's who it is. Selfish, rich, bored, that's incredibly important. That's who make up the environmentalist movement. Selfish, rich, white, bored, people, who need some meaning in their lives, and saving the world is as meaningful as it gets, isn't it? So if you destroy the western west's economy, and make impossible for poor countries to develop. What the hell? Their wealthy enough to withstand it. And I make them feel great to boot. So we're telling countries that now want to get wealthy like the west. You can't. We used fossil fuels. You can't. You and Uganda? You need wind turbines.
Nancy Pelosi Promotes 'Gender Justice' at COP26
"Eva stretch Pelosi is at a climate conference This one was in Glasgow Scotland Apparently Obama was in Ireland He talked about the emerald isles when he was in Scotland And yet that refers to Ireland Because Obama's a putts too Now that said here's Pelosi listen carefully cut 16 go But we're here today to report and what we have done Then this is a nearly $1 trillion investment in build back better and bipartisan infrastructure framework Recognizes the interconnectedness of climate change and gender justice And enables women and girls What Climate change and gender justice Are you telling me genitalia now have rights mister producer Due process equal protection will you Gender justice They are so poison the vocabulary The English language Gender justice Wow
Climate march keeps up pressure on leaders at U.N. summit
"Hundreds of protesters have taken to the streets of Glasgow and London calling on world leaders and cop twenty six the Goshen ages to take swift action to curb climate change when you start shooting slogans and waving C. the billionaire with Amy Ferguson is hopeful cop twenty six will yield results when you see the amount of people who are really taking this issue seriously honor and on to the streets taking issues in the trade union so E. optimistic I think I think the green of changes is there well London protest medical activist Zainab Kaba says citizens are out in big numbers to make their voices heard on key environmental issues it's a good opportunity to make politicians to listen to what the population wants what the people in the everyday people one and we just want hundreds of demonstrations and marches taking place around the world to Charles de Ledesma London
Climate protesters plan to march through Glasgow
"Conduent protests going ahead for the second day running in Glasco police helicopters buzzed over the city as authorities prepare for more protests by climate activists demanding foster action to curb global warming despite some rain and strong winds tens of thousands of people are expected to join the rally well inside the conference hold negotiators knuckle down for a second day of talks to finish draft agreements that could be passed the ministers the political approval next week among the issues being handled over by almost two hundred countries our first commitment to the goal of capping global warming that's one point five degrees Celsius I'm Charles the last month
"glasgow" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It
"Me. She could have been my babysitter. Okay that's see everybody dianne. Feinstein could've been her babysitter. We come back heartaches and we're back welcome back to the stage are wonderful guest sam sanders adam conover and michaela watkins now. It's time for heartaches you know works. We have never seen these takes. We will have to defend them for. We have a time. One minute suite all right. Let's see the first one to take. We have to defend take children under the age of five should not be allowed to fly assigned to me. Children under the age of five should not be allowed to fly. I'll tell you why there's been a lot of talk about who's unvaccinated in this country. All right and who who is vaccinated in this country. But you know what group has gotten zero. Vaccines a group of anti vaccine called zero to four year olds. These people are relying on all the rest of us to do what fao she says and have immunity and by the way these little shits. They are terrible with masks. Terrible at wearing masks. They're always under the nose. They're always crying. What is this. I don't understand germ theory. What's deserves the blame. Check innocent assigned to sound accused. Janet deserves the blame. Nope that's it. that's it took. you have one minute. Okay okay that's your view. Okay what's it. What are the clock. I'm just use this minute to actually argue that the janet is the best jackson. Better than michael hear me out. She's a more versatile artists. Her albums covered morjane ras more types of music. She got nations and five different types of categories of music. She did more different choreography. She was all over the place. People are still doing what janet was doing. Go until he's gonna rent. I'm not gonna say anything about janet jackson. I can't can't do it. He wants me one. There's no i am the host. This is what was started again started again. i'll try. I think you know what. Senorita is a great justin timberlake song. He's probably the best singer of instinct. Probably if you know jc was quite nice. This fucking sucks bro. I didn't know who i when i was a kid. I did not know who to have a crush on an instinct. You know what i mean. What kevin from the backstreet boys. Well it was more. Well sure but one but it was the j. c. of it all was very hard to sort through was very hard to deal with because obviously there was just in kind of the drawing the most attention drawing the most light drying most gravity but then there's j. c. Does that work for me. Jaycees first solo album was great schizophrenic it's a classic anyway. The point is janet knew what she was doing. The penguin penguin simon and schuster publishing merger is a good thing that definitely violate zero laws and won't hurt. The industry at all atom over tailored for a specific apparently is a is a famous antitrust. Crusader how could. I possibly make an argument. Look okay yes. Start the clock. I'll fucking do it. I'll show you how is done all right. Go ahead all right. You love harry potter. You'll love malcolm glad. Well you love harold and the purple cran. Wouldn't it be great if they could all hang out. Make make make us make a literary universe. Wouldn't that be fun. Well herald learns about outliers. Or whatever the fuck i don't know it would be. It would be great. Let's why don't we turn these into media properties. You know what i mean like. Let's just franchise like a synergies can happen when you bring words together and just mushroom all or up all around in like that. You know what. I may And when the when you only have one or two people deciding what gets published well those one or two people probably get pretty smart decision. You did it. That's one minute that's one minute. What's up next kayla. I am nervous. Sixty five thousand dollars the right amount of money per year to pay for high school. She says oh well. I did go to public school. So this is very Yeah i guess it's tailor made for me. What all right. Oh we're starting the clock. Okay yeah you know what. Education is not free. education is not free free. I'll tell you what's free being dumb. That's free youtube free keyword non-free you know it's not free calculus. You know why. I don't know i failed it because i went to public school. I guarantee if my parents were paying for calculus. I'd show up. But i didn't because i liked pot. Give me incentive. Gimme a reason to show up. Give me a reason to set alarm. Gimme a reason to not make mix tapes all night. Give me a reason what minute heaven for fend. what's you know. i don't know what's next. I'm excited for in-person black friday shopping. There's another round. There's there's another door you're good. You're good you we got you. I am very excited for in person. Black friday shopping. Because here's why think a lot of our consumer culture that kind of pointy met howick knife. Flake qualities are often covered with a kind of a soft cotton layer of marketing and delusion and denial and cultural expectations. What's great about black friday in person. Shopping is in the scrum in the race to get the cheap. Tv the one that they have all of that cotton kind of breaks away. and all. that's left is the gnashing teeth of our enterprise of people who want more than what their income will allow them to have because we live in a culture that tells everyone to want totally and fully and to indulge at all times while also being told that our failures to save and our failures to diet and our failure to hold back with our bare hands. A river of fucking marketing and expectations and shit is our own. Personal failures is that we're not trying hard enough not strong enough. You don't have the discipline. 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"glasgow" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It
"These guys are from your title. What i'm from youtube and i love these guys. The everybody loves ozzy videos. You can't get enough of this. Ozzy content or watson huge worsened from this. I don't know we didn't answer. I gotta say ozzy 'cause that's the only one that was advertised to me on like bus benches in los angeles yet. Where carlos watson would just be like kyle watson knows what's happening and it was like who the fuck is this guy and then it turned out. Nobody nobody he just put himself on benches. I think it's a cool example like. Oh wow yeah. I'm sure they're powerpoint school. Have you seen anything. They've ever done anywhere. I get it if you can fall for a scam like that's a software scammer. your theranos. Or what have you. But like one way. A media company exists improves. It's successful is by existing in the world that you see your eyeballs at leonova. Get a free copy of vice at dive bar on the lower east side absolutely held one in my hands. You with ozzy. I'm not mad with them. Taken all those investors money because they have money to burn. That's true. i am. Perpetually intrigued was sean kane. Because he's actually a real scammer like through and through and like every few months parts of the internet wonder aloud if he's black or not and that's funny to me that's just part of it. That's part of it all right. We're it to ozzy because they were on park benches in la next up we have adam newman and we work versus jamie spears and his concert or ship We work turned a a room and desk. Rental system into a fake revolutionary future shaking fake business and jamie spears was like now i gotta take your money. You're gonna buy too many cars. I'm going to say we've already got a couple ones up here where the main victims were people who were already incredibly wealthy like the people who visit the theranos and ozzy and all those sorts of things so the we work one would just be another. One of those. Like the jamie spears. Because he's fucking over his own daughter with the fuck is going on. Yeah poor lady and she's rich too but she doesn't get any of the money and you know we're all and also it's addictive of broader problem. That isn't currently represented on the board. I think it's a good argument. Also sam curious what you think about the level of reason this this requires he was i think maybe still or until he left the conservative he was paying the crisis communicators messaging y he took over his daughter's fortune using the money he was taking from the conservative so when she was trying to get out of it he used the money to hire. Pr people and lawyers to message. What was going on with her trying to stop her father from doing this thoughts. Yeah i think that's the worst thing ever and yeah jamie spears takes it next up. Facebook's fake pivot to video in which they manipulated the data and lied to companies that then decided to follow what facebook was saying. Only to later be told that it was entirely fictional and causing them to shudder and close all kinds of jobs versus wells. Fargo making checking accounts and credit cards. No one asks for a wanted to boost their numbers then blaming the low level people instead of taking responsibility at the highest level wells fargo versus facebook. They did my mom wells fargo. Got my mom and my brother found. It is fine. She's all right But like fuck them buckingham. Yeah what do you think. I know where you are. I personal stories about both of these. Let's hear the first one is about wells fargo couple years ago. My emails me say hey you wanna audition for this voice over for wells fargo and the ad was we wells fargo understand. We made a mistake. Did you say no. There's no fucking world like do you know what i do. I can't million years. I hope the person who did it made a lot of money. So that's the other one. No for that much is what i would say. Oh yeah yeah. Yeah and then it turned out. They only offered me no facebook's you know why because facebook's pivot video killed college humor the website that i used to work at and many other websites i remember being. I was in my office in the workplace. We publish videos on our own website. We publish videos on youtube the day my boss said to me. You gotta see these numbers. We're getting on facebook. We gotta start posting videos. Facebook posting everything on facebook no way to monetize found out five years later the companies basically gone and we find out that they just made up all the few numbers. They just made up the numbers. So that's that was personal to me. They they honestly did fuck over. There's no longer an internet. Comedy industry once was one. Unless you call this comedy which i don't but you know it. I want you all to know something. I saw that that was like a slow motion like a cake falling. I saw i saw him moving towards it. Like a like a raptor in jurassic park. And i was looking straight ahead. But he came at me from the side What do you think you could wells fargo or facebook. I mean wells. Fargo is the worst the worst. We're going with well sir. Thanks for the worst credit. You did hurt many more people next up credit union. Yeah right there. Were cash and pete davidson holding hands on a roller coaster. Verses is tough one. The wage japodlay scoops guacamole into the little cup. We see how they put so much air in that cup. They put a spoon then. They put a spoon on top and they smooth the top leaves so air who added that. That's that is a great because if you don't like it get your guac somewhere gripped. It is a grips if you think guacamole. Don't they're suggesting it's this size. But the actual amount they giving could fit in a smaller cup. They don't wanna deal. You want underpaid farmers in mexico to make more avocados and can i tell you towels so that you can get all your precious. Do i want my good fats like fuck you. you don't use it even had any guacamole. 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Clean up your mess, youth tell climate talks inside and out
"Thousands of young climate activists have been marching in Glasgow with he went climate conferences taking place to press for more to be done in the fight against climate change the protest was the demonstrations being staged around the world to coincide with the company an eighteen year old activists from Brazil they're only saying what they have been saying for decades which is only false promises Samoan activist Brianna Fruin is worried for her country when we globally think of climate change we think of harsh impacts in the future right like a dystopian future but for the islands it's the present we're living right now away and was given the stage at the beginning of the conference now in its called twenty six when she told me it is about the effects of climate change already being felt in her country she said she would never passwords were really listen to you by the end of the conference Karen Thomas London
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Optimism from climate talks: Warming projections down a bit
"The use of cold in the bid to cut climate change I think we can say with confidence that coal is no longer K. twenty six president Alok sama and they'll see initiative in a speech to the UN climate summits in Glasgow the conference of nearly two hundred nations because I found with optimism on the new promises on coal which has the Duchess carbon footprints of all the major fuels but many critics say the vision is obscured in smoke because many major economies such as the United States China India and Japan have not set the date and the dependence on fuel whereas others like China just talking about stopping the creation of new concert brought I'm
Jeff Bezos Flies Gas-Guzzling Private Jet to Glasgow Climate Change Summit
"The founder of Amazon, Jeff Bezos. The richest man in the world. You think he flew commercial? For the UN summit, scores of high rollers from around the world all took private planes in to Scotland over the weekend. For the big summit, including Bezos, who repeatedly like Biden claims that climate change is the biggest threat to the planet. Bezos is jet has been valued in the neighborhood, according to Fox News dot com of $65 million. They showed images of the airport. It is chalk full of these huge gas guzzling private jets. Do you know how much of a carbon footprint, the fleet of private jets has left on the environment? You know, commercial flights go into Scotland. You can take a flight into glass gal. I'm sure. I'll bet Delta American Scandinavian airwaves, somebody's got to go in there. But not these guys, no, no, no, no. They need a private jet because they want to drop the biggest carbon footprint they can. They are clowns. They don't believe a word of this. They don't think climate change is an existential threat.
Joe Biden Appears to Sleep During COP26 Speech
"So let this be the moment that we answer history's call. Here in Glasgow, let this be the start of a decade of transformative action that preserves our planet and raises the quality of life for people everywhere. We can do this. We just have to make a choice to do it. Wow. Look at move over FDR. We have the new orator of the century. Forget four score and 7 years ago. Forget the only thing we have to fear. Now we got. This is the challenge of our lifestyle. The existential threat to human existence as we know. He's out. He sat down, he gave that speech, folded his arms and went to bed. They don't believe this. They don't even they don't believe. If they believe the climate change was such a end of the world, urgent crisis. Can you tell me why they'd fly gas guzzling private jets to Glasgow?
Over 100 countries vow to end deforestation at climate talks
"More than one hundred countries who've pledged to end deforestation in the coming decade the commitment seen as critical to limiting climate change but one that's been made before I'm broken the British government says it has received commitments from leaders representing more than eighty five percent of the world's force to halt and reverse deforestation by twenty thirty among them are several countries with massive force including Brazil China Colombia Congo and the U. S. to go balm Gabaldon's president Ali bongo on Demba tells of the Cup conference for his people there's no future without a healthy forest it is my hope that Glasgow will mark a turning point in that to get there we would keep the force standing and the door open for our children and their children campaigners say they need to see the details to understand the agreements full impact as a similar ones in the past have failed to be effective I'm Charles de Ledesma
The Great Reset: COVID Restrictions Were a Dress Rehearsal for What's Coming With Climate Change
"Point of what is the aim and the ambition of the internationalist project. Will the globalist goal necessitates a stronger mandate to control you? And this is why so many member countries for years refused to moderate their COVID response. You see the response to the Fauci Chinese coronavirus? Their reaction to it? And what they were willing to do was a dress rehearsal for what they planned to do for climate related hysteria. You see getting people used to doing things that might be against your normal pattern of behavior, wearing masks, getting vaccine mandates, locking down the economy. They wanted to try to get you used to. Move the overton window, if you will. To extreme unprecedented and radical measures that would involve you changing your life for something that is not really specific that may or may not hurt you, but in order to stop the spread of the virus yet the lockdown the entire country. Now they're going to do the exact same thing for climate change. You see the intensity of the language of the leaders in Glasgow, you see from the activists especially one of the ways that they're going to try to bring in the great reset that Klaus Schwab from the global economic forum World Economic Forum has Senate, you will own nothing and you'll be happy. There will be no more meat and the world will have this whole new future starting in 2030, just give more power to the central planners. When that actually happens and we're 9 years out from when they say the great reset is actually going to occur climate change is one of the main reasons they're actually leaning on as the way to give them the power to do
Biden Says Pope Francis Called Him a Good Catholic
"Get to. I want to start with the globalists scenic tour throughout Europe. Now, I spent about an hour researching at this this morning and I found very little coverage about this. It was just kind of almost it was coverage as if this was the Emmys, or if it was the Oscars. It was like here's who showed up, here's what they wore. Here's how they wore their mask and the only questions reporters asked is who are you wearing? You know, what sort of fashion icon? Are they, are they, I guess advertising. So it started in Rome with the G 20 summit. Now these summits are largely a waste of time. It is nothing more than political theater. Joe Biden met with the Pope for an unusual amount of time. There is some Internet suspicion that there might have been something that happened in that meeting. We're going to do our own independent reporting until we kind of go through mentioning that one, but it's very strange meeting between Joe Biden and the Pope. And then the Pope comes out and he says, no, actually Joe Biden said with the Pope said, I don't think the Pope actually set up. He said, he had a Pope just wants to say, I'm such a great Catholic. Which I find very interesting for someone who is okay with a million abortions a year every single year how the Pope could call him a good Catholic, but I am not Catholic, therefore I'm not going to say much else about this Pope. You guys can email me your thoughts freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com for faithful Catholics out there that have opinions of what he has been doing or his certain perspectives. And so that's what it started in Rome, and now they're in Glasgow, Scotland. And so they all flew from Rome to Glasgow for a climate change event. So the most obvious first question is, why did they stay in Rome? Or they needed a real venue change? Why did they go to Naples or Florence? They could have just took a bus. Instead, they had to load up on private planes, and fly all the way to Glasgow, Scotland for the continuation of the internationalist climate change conference. And so Biden has been pushing for a borderless society while he was in the Vatican one of the most militarized walled off communities in kind of nations on the planet. And then he gets in a private jet, Air Force One and flies to
Are We a Sovereign Nation? Or Are We an Equal in a Globalist Project?
"Are we a sovereign nation that can chart our own destiny or are we a mere equal in some sort of globalist project? Who controls our borders our language our future, our carbon emissions? Is it the United States Congress or is it some sort of internationalist globalist project? Now the founding fathers were very clear that the limitations on American power stop at the borders of our own country. Being involved in internationalist organizations, usually does not go well. The League of Nations fell apart, the United Nations has been a total and complete disaster, since it was formed post World War II. And the reason is that tyrannical dictators take advantage of the idea that there's an internationalist order. In fact, the same sort of internationalist type globalist style governments that were formed after World War I were just ignored by dictators in Italy and Germany and all across Europe and across the country across the world. So who controls our borders are language and our future? Is it Greta Thunberg and John Kerry or is it the voters of our
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"And do you realize that this stupid climate summit show that they got going on in where are they Scotland or wherever the hell, Biden is pardon my language? Falling asleep? Oh yeah. Now there's a video that's going viral of Biden sitting there with his arms folded, nodding off at the climate change summit. I mean, we've got historic failures going on in America and Biden wants to showboat at a climate change climate change summit in Scotland. But you know who didn't go to the big climate change? Change summit? China. You know who didn't go to the climate change? Summit? Russia? You know who didn't go to the big climate change summit? Saudi Arabia, and as Terry Bruce pointed out over the weekend on Fox News, that's because these countries don't respect the United States of America under the leadership of Joe Biden. At this incredibly important Glasgow scenario where everyone's going to save the planet, Saudi Arabia, China and Russia don't show up. They just didn't show up. That is how little that the bad guys and some of the marginal bad guys in the world think of the world now and what they must do because you're right. There is no American presidency. Nothing they decide. Boris Johnson said, well, what's happened here? It's like a drop in the ocean. Well, it's because no one takes Joe Biden seriously. There was no reason to show up. There will be no price to pay. There is no leadership in the United States. They're all doing their own
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"Pope Francis also six people in St Peter's square to pray so the the signal from the US he's picked up after the U. N. climate summit getting underway in Glasgow Scotland yeah my think is getting on that front this is private schools so that the cry of the the cry of the poll is honed by summit's participants adding made this in county you affected ons is offering concrete hope to future generations Francis has made cat for the planet's fragile environment key plank of his papacy the pope also said he was thinking of the people of Haiti and urge the world not to abandon them I'm Charles the last month
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"Domestic as donors one hundred percent Bet they've started the season rafa benitez Knows exactly what you want from that team and the players know exactly what to do. I think he's still would depend along lewin's fitness and he's form and richardson is when neither of them plays in europe which is a huge advantage. So i can i can. Yeah i can see not much high. I guess i could finish. This is for all of you. I'll start with you l. a. Who was the one player that they think did not achieve that full potential one player who did not achieve his full potential. Well there's a list there. Cupertino is one of them off renew battle. I could go on there. There's been plenty of players that early on. They looked like they were going to be world-beater for something they disappeared. I'm trying to think of some of the chelsea number nine that went to chelsea and they went through a spate number. Nine's thaw incredible signings. I that just didn't get it done. But i think we we all know players now that we've been camps and you think what they're going to go to the very top and that don't quite achieve it for whatever. Reason could now drift on a little bit more. It's funny that you bring joel joel. Didn't you see him or the youngster on the way off training career although you can argue that need to euros. The champions leading winning declared world cup. It's not bad as a flag plus another car. But yeah i agree with don in the sense that i really think that he would win. The bottom dole for example. When i swim will you know when we were kids so yeah no i can see what doesn't mean by an car being of that you could up hotair on risk career for example the easily instead is still despite everything that won't is a bit of in this side of the world there's one name that resonates with people and that is Do people.
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"Hasn't been consistent enough to really trust that they're gonna get a string of resource together however if there was ever a moment to play against brazil this would seem to be it in the sense that your name is back but you know full well that brazil are in and so columbia. Now have everything to play for. I just don't know that. They have shown enough consistency in their game and creativity in their games. Some people are saying. Bring back hamad. That's not the answer there. Things about colombia that they should improve upon their possession of the ball. They're defending all those things have been getting slightly better. It's better to be brazil. That's a big question. Yeah you said it. Much nicer than carlos valdarrama. Who said this is not my columbia. Were playing really bad. Because it's more pragmatic and got mine. And the players of that era liked the procession and the movement of the ball and and the passing game. This version of colombia's a little bit different than that. They don't quite have that layer by raymond his time or potentially radius later on. I guy that kind of floats around. And he is the one that kind of sets the tempo of the game offensively. This is a more counterattacking. Columbia. this is more athletic. Columbia looks to get in behind with counterattacking. Opportunities transition is more about the game instead of possession ball control so i can see where rather i'm coming from but this team has made an effort in being good defensively first and then setting up the rest of the game. It's not what columbia has done in the past. But he may just be the way that you beat brazil you wait for the wait for them force into mistake and then go on the counter and hope that those guys a playoff top can getting behind and on defensive frailties brazil showed against venezuela over importance. Diaries argentina a taking on arctic. Why we know what happened in that last game against paraguay finished goalless hoping to get some goals on the bud hair and a win right. Yes and i think what he wants is we know. We're good defensively. We know that we're solid through the midfield. And we're going to be physical and not will match that physicality so i expect this game to be a lot about the middle third of the needs to do better is the final third thing created a lot of chances against why not take advantage of those opportunities for career did not have the night that he wanted missing was sometimes quiet. Not as impactful as you would want him to be but yet when he gets involved. The whole stadium knows that. Something's about to happen. And i just think there's now this connection between at hinton fans and leona intimacy and this game we play them. Talamona side is that energy may just create that environment in which messy thrives and that hint. Tina may just be good enough to beat the way again much like brazil. I think they're in. There's no issues there but they just need to get better in the second can have okay so this definitely a game to see and also definitely a podcast. Download is astro- podcast. Espn actually it's available daily. It's.
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"Of course could have been convinced i understand today but we could not ask a player of macy's quality to do that a. Gem why is he saying now. And what's the reaction been in spain to these comments. Okay lead. we put that in context thing. We will talk about the consequences. What are we talking about okay. So this was an interview with catalan radio. The president was very very confident about like a fine relationship with journalists and at some point the journalists ask there. Was there a last minute call. Because there were rumors. The nightclub salona made official statement. That messes leaving. There were a rumor there was like a midnight phone call so the question was about that and john. Laporta said something like this never happened but a he said something like baron sir component the loose cutting edge. Were these literally means. I had a hope. And you can say. I'm a dreamer that he at some point. We'll say i want to play pretty so these doesn't mean that the president thinks he shoot off say i. I want to play for free. Because what barcelona a deter me a blah blah blah so. It's not like he thought he would say that. But in during the night after that Very harsh announcement that the best play you're ever in. Barcelona will leave after this president. Say in his presidential campaign. That i will arrange these in In barbecue so it was like a dream but of course these interviewed a highlight the headlines. Were these you should have played for free. Maybe here in in barcelona that the the the reaction were not asked harsh like madrid in the rest of the world because of course he didn't mean he should have done it says so it's more something that you say in confidence that i was dreaming at night that maybe messy for what he means part for this club but the reaction of course everybody knows misty. He's been the best player in the world. Probably silliest so of course he doesn't have to play for free for allah laporta has been around for long enough to know that if he say something like this even though he says it was a dream what the headlines are going to say the next day absolutely. Why is he talking to catalan anyways. Why why why continue to bring this out. Why continue rehash this conversation. You're trying to move away from this and it's almost if you're trying to create this image that i did all i could i apologize. I'm sorry but you know what it really isn't my fault. you know. I did everything that was there to even if it is in passing even if it is just sort of kind of this casual conversation the gymnasts talking about it's still paints a picture of a team an organization that needed to be treated like a charity case. And that's not barcelona and it should not be alone and that doesn't change the fact that this club is in the situation that it is that again. The club president would. It wanted the best player in the history of this club to treat the club like a charity case. Even if it's in passing that's just the image that it portrays when you say. I hope that he will just pay play for free. Come on now. If you're joan laporta and if you're a barcelona you have to be better than this entails what we all thought. I think some sort of joke even even even if he said it the way jim explained the translation care. Why are you even senate. And let's not forget how this whole messy and his dad goes go in the stadium thinking we're going to extend the we're going to sign a new deal everything there so everything was agreed and then at that moment upon times people say actually you know what there's a problem we canoe because we don't have the money's imagine the shock and then you still expect him to go is okay. You're and he's okay. We friends i'm gonna play for free now. In what worlds is the cabinet world again. We go about something. It does laporta things you see the world. Does this where we are now. I mean come on this club. This club is the gift that keeps on giving. I'm telling you that right now. Cab world anyway. It's probably not such a character. Well to think that lionel messi might win his seventh foulon he is the favourite with the oddsmakers behind tame robert levin. Dark skin something. That will please. So many on this panel gino oak in the list as well. There are a number of names that have come into the shortlist at the thirty nominees. Some of the usual suspects some more of a surprise. So.
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"A young player to ever play in a spain. These seventeen young's a. He's been the biggest surprise in spanish for not only in the national squad also in barcelona and got his very surprising. Is that these young player from los palacios syria. He has only played six games as a professional football player. So it's quite amazing. Amazing that put him not only in the squad but in in the players that are going to go to both games and he was in the starting eleven on the semifinals and key will probably win the final as well. Okay choose to give us a prediction. So i think rob your house cuvee yesterday morning so or this morning. So he's out. Which i think is a very good thing that means ovarian too many will put starts alongside by in the in the in the three four one formation that we saw and i think that france would keep now off inc franz and we said before the game italy spain. There's much for you till the. I think they do much better for franz because everything that we said with allie in these preview i think france would win one ally. This speed of imbaba really makes a difference and the mistakes that spain cannot afford to make in the middle of midfield because if indeed now you force boost gets to defend defense force coke to defend you force guide to the fen now. Spain loses that ability to the ball in the attack in half and that's a problem for spain killing him bob in france january. You're going to spain. Honestly if i think it will be a tight. Game and spain will put france in problems. But they are richer. So it's anything can happen. I'm going to go with a draw. One one and france two one in the extra time game.
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"Mean honestly that guy is just an absolute genius just tender age you know. He plays the game like a quarterback he's one of left for he's got every ranger pass you know can keep it simply played in the role hitting tag that front center. Bit away awaited pasta into soko. It's pretty such a finnish but when the marks come in our imagine the newspapers in the morning over in england out be stunned. The philphos and doesn't get close to attend to kid was just. It was particularly taken. It all stride. It can only be good things for england having to play him in the ranks. And when you think that still the best of feel foden it's ahead of him. He continues to grow continues to mature as a player. And you know full. Well that this maturity and this experience that he's getting not only with england but on a daily basis with the city all of this things benefit the player and in the long-term england certainly gonna benefit. Because you see the growth and maturation of a kid who's becoming men on the field and england will take full advantage of this by the way. Did you see that somebody. You know hausa minus twenty eight goal differential. That's that's sort of team. That doesn't scorn against good size. It's five years since gareth. Southgate took the england job. And it's been nothing book progression. Since they're now he does have his detractors. he always will for their style of play but england's more than two goals game we saw five he it granted it was against dora. We've seen them reach the semi's of the world cup. The euro twenty twenty final. How do you assess those five years for him off eastern incredibly. Well almost what you don't be in a manager and a coach bowl importantly a psychologist ways transformed of the english players into being winners again. A notes the contradiction because they haven't got over the line but they've got a lot closer. Now is a lot of players who are probably scott a decade ago of garner a major tournaments and losing heavy defeats and penalties etc. This england side at the moment are pretty fearless. The next step. I think for gareth when he analyzes the big games when you go back to the euro final against italy there was a point in that game very early on when england took the lead italy were horrendous fall. Close to forty five minutes. And that's when england needed to put a foot down unburied the game inside half an hour forty five minutes i didn't. They went one to look and i think i panicked slightly. I think the game was a little bit too easy for them at the very highest level. You've got to be ruthless. So that would be the next five percent garfield to get out of his team. When you are on top in the big games you bury the opposition and in italy somehow second off found a way getting back into the game obviously wanted on penalties but england for half an hour close to forty. Five minutes should have buried the italian. So that's that's the thing is next step. But i think overall from day one two ways to now i think he's an exceptional job. I think we just had a little percentage there from absolutely questions. Speaking of italy they talked the group. C standings and in group c. We saw switzerland northern ireland in action engineer. You had a close eye on this game lay. There were two goals for switzerland. But it was a another moment. That's probably the biggest talking point. Jamal lewis in the first half now. We're in this thirty six minutes. He's already on a yellow car. he's about to take up throwing and then the referee deems that he's wasting time now. Let me repeat. This is thirty minute thirty six minutes of the game and this is what gets you a second yellow car. Slanco vintage referee.
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"Not. Welcome in don. Hutchison don water nighttime. What game for the scots. It was absolutely nuts. The guy i mean this is a guy in before steve pointed out. I think we win this guy. One nil down inside four minutes to get to one more go to note one. Excuse me on hall and allah then we miss each just before half-time and then the second off performance was just incredible himself junk kabul must've teen soap it off time because they were unrecognisable. Tempo is high. The speed of play was higher getting the ball. Wide getting crosses in the box trait chances. And then scott mcdonagh righted theft. I heard he's in the game. Senate dad's birthday on monday and he wanted to give an early precedent. Mortar president was. I mean the atmosphere inside hamden at the end of the game was absolutely rock. It was incredible to see the stopping funds. Buckingham did indeed that hope now done do because rookie steve. I the mentality is completely different. We you know i. I don't see any place pulling out of squads anymore. It was three or four years ago even a little bit further was plans scores. I think we've had a taste of it now. The players have had it tastes it. They want to be paul squad. They want to try and get to a world cup. The have the taste in the euro's and what a journey it was the players now and the management team going to go momentum's with us. Now we've gotta look towards the mid week because the faroe islands is the type of banana. Skin we'll definitely slip up on. We won't pretty confident members. The signedbn said about me and craig played in and it was a dieppe nil-nil at halftime and scored the winner. Just before the hour mall. we go inside marino. Got three points and get outs..
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"Because it's a link to this is a list question day featherstone. It's wanting to talk to us. Is Has the North or South Group in the strongest. I which one to me with that question is going to be the south of for me because the north has with teams and the rosters that are in the north I was expecting more. I was expecting close games as expecting you know tougher challenges. I wasn't expecting so many blowouts. 'cause because you see with roster build up within the south you know you see the roles of their you know wooster was there in Bristol back to you but you could see the structure straight away. So you you were thinking with lions and Sorry beans yes slice it sorry instead of Guilford. Republicans said but with developing rosters within the south. In such a young team. Plymouth's I wasn't expecting such a difference in the beginning sorry That went into compete against everybody every night in the north. I don't see that from in Glasgow. I don't see that from other team so I was. I think right now is a collective in a strange way even though rosters don't say hey the same to the south is that she's been a little bit more stronger. I like this disagree disagree. I think south is more of a level playing minefield south teams closer to each other so like wolves flies lines right is to a certain degree scorch is can compete against each other whereas north. You revolt got the giants which had just you know they were giving me. They don't ask the a wing done you know. So that's that's the thing you've got with the north but I think if you look to the matchups kind of sharks royals yacht probably go royal so it goes south with gusts that one Breida's wolves. I'd probably go Reuters at the moment. Phoenix flies. I think the flies are probably more inconsistent than Cheshire and cheches defense would probably give them that in my mind and then eagles lions. I think that would be interesting because both longer the performed giving us what we expected you know seems to weeks to be at the top end not fourth in groups. Yes I'm I'm going the opposite to you I'm going. I actually think the no the northeast a slightly stronger rural. I just find it very disappointed with North because you see what team were can just willingness can do because you see the rise of the Phoenix. They they've they competed with teams. They shouldn't really be out there because of the the ability that they wanNA play together. And that's when you look at the roster debt Newcastle Awesome especially how that team is is in the position that Iran. I just for me it's just unfathomable to at this stage of the season to not be able to take another day of volunteering with such deep roster. Yeah Yeah No. A- I know what you mean is giving us the discussion because I I don't think it's K- okay. The Knowles is stronger than the south will piper is on paper on me my entry mud by mile again so to me when you look at it on paper hyper to me. It was extremely ended ten to see the way some players playing for individual teams. You know within the system and then how other ties like Doc Syria plane you. There's no comparison so it just I was just extremely if you're asking me now. I'm extremely disappointed in the caliber of North Molefe compared to the south in the star of the competition and so again It's tough to say anything against that. He's a strating that they've not stepped up to where you expected them to step up but again you know this links back potentially to the conversation we had that teams are using the Speedo Cup group stages a bit of a proving ground. There's a bit of a preseason not have this opportunity to do so before with that in mind. What are your thoughts now? We kind of at the back end of this group stage. What are your thoughts on the new Structure The cup has it been a good move bad? Move One of the good things. One of the path things that we've had I think the talking points and being able to see you squad under under pressure from teams within you know especially within the north you get to put yourself on you know against roster power if you're not in against impassable teams. I think it's maybe a good set to see what you are as a team. I just think that Fans this is the fans pay to see in trophies and expectations Ruwais says so that Bebo Cup was very historical within the trophy within the competition as well. So maybe it it's kind of giving you a downside achy devalue the cop a little bit by being able title to put on ready teams within the competition and let them go at So I'm I'm happy because you know you get to see the lesser teams have an opportunity to get within the position but then the stronger teams are always kvant later on competition. So it's it's an up and down stage for me deep but you know as a competition wise. I still think they could just a little bit more. Yeah I came out before the season I went after it and and I'm going to step back from that point of view because I agree with you giving us tolkien points. It's been interesting of like you know the back and forth and actually having a league table that matters of the season yes so there's numerous aspects quite like what it's also done. He's not kill the regular season in the first few weeks. Yes you know so for some teams by now they salva basically they can find out for David Trophy or you know something it's done and we know we don't even in December this season's done nothing nothing to fall at full playoffs might be even then you know if you have a pool style if joints were in the league. Now you'd say well done there the playoffs. That's that's good. That's not going to happen now. You know they they Nico Perfect so that I like that. We've got a bit of a proving ground that doesn't trash season. But I agree with you. I don't know what the tweak saw. I've got a few ideas but what the tweets all the needed one I've got is potentially split down further so maybe rather than just two groups having four groups the three teams and they play a round Robin And then we have an additional face. Through that you know the Crystal Wooster Clinic Group Glasgow Newcastle Sheffield and a group. Both London teams in Serena Group and the economy picks up on that doesn't really what geographic newbie Cheshire Manchester and the ride is in a group of the winner of the London groups. Take on the winner winner of the Manchester Cheshire Group. And so on and that kind of thing and do some kind of round robin situation. A lot that Again make even Komo localized because that's where the interest comes from right. Love plan against giants inciteful London teams playing each other's a big deal. New costly against glove is a big deal. Plymouth Bristol that trying to build that rivalry out the increase. Those number of games you know I think is is a good thing Bu- wash. Your thoughts is any attention you know. I think it's just the combination earlier of North South. I think you know because you get to see on the second tom on the second time. So you get to see where if you play like you say the local and then we moved from a to a southern region to and you can you can actually stay within three coals of lots and then have you know you're able to play the northern sides quicker that you're able to go north south quicker than than before because you will always left would that would that feel in a fan senior care. We can do this. But what about the teams in the North we want to compete against Leicester to have a gun and also for a fan fan for a fan againsy for sorry etc at the beginning of the season this probably a no doubt that they could actually run this through extreme Costa. Beat them as well. So you'll help you. You want to bring that good feeling factor into your club And show yourself to okay. Maybe we can compete at a better level. This season awesome off the going through such a bad season the year before. Yeah I say on similar to the tweaks I'd like to see I don't know the logistics mystic's of how you tweak it the other question I have is happens if it becomes a thirteen team league You know this is where we start and you'd hope we do become a thirteen team league exciting. Obviously there's been no rumors or anything like that coming out about it but I know the legal always approached by new usually halse franchise applications to come into the League league but when we go to thirteen leak what we do is one group got seven among go seek so some teams are going to get more games than the others. I know the the owners and the GM's won't be happy because games me money tickets out so potentially could be an issue as well that they'd have to look at the final question on this one now is what impact impact this new. BB L. caught stage group stage had on the regular season. How are we going to see this kind of affecting regular season now in in more ways with the clubs? They they oversee no they they know. Now what's coming at them. They see that teams. You know you see. The adjustments clubs are no for themselves themselves. That new adjustments to have to be of teams and know how to get. I think it's GonNa make the regular season probably a bit more competitive because there's more more information out there about other teams and way you just playing them home in a way this season is it's a deep you know you know it's not you haven't got a AH vantage as such is understanding the team so much playing against them so many times unless you live in the north and the South Group within the beginning of the season so so now the level of the level of competition within the league I think can grow because people understand each other just a little bit more just by on the understanding their own roster compared to what she just fix into other people's yeah yeah nothing filter exactly the same. I think it should fingers crossed. I from everyone standpoint make this closely yes because people have learned like you say what is the level this year. How far away from the level? Always even if you're in the south groupon rupaul North Group. And you think you've played tougher teams or a week at teams you'll seeing where the level is and you know Roy. Okay what we week in this position. Or we're going to struggle to cope with this and they're making the amendments and you'd hope well pretty much older coach should be restructuring and making changes..
"glasgow" Discussed on KOMO
"I'm Tom Glasgow Gadhafi with us on this Thursday evening, as we take a look at some of the day's top stories, the number of full time workers in America who say they live paycheck to paycheck is on the rise careerbuilder released a a released a report that says seventy eight percent say they need the next paycheck to get by. It was seventy five percent a year ago. First lady, Melania, Trump is going on a three state tour next week to promote her be best initiative that tour will include a stop in Seattle where she will. Visit a tech company and receive a briefing on technology meant to help children with disabilities. At this time, we do not know which tech company that is Microsoft believed to be a likely suspect. Well, a word of warning if you play online video games and wind up in chat. Rooms you might be targeted for something far more dangerous than funding games. Washington Post reporter Noah Smith took a closer look at the threat and spoke with komo's Rick van Cise. What did you find Ricky wasn't good? I gotta be honest with you. Basically a lot of the problems that people are seeing on Twitter and on Facebook and other forms of social media. We have also in different thing that we introduce direct. Things. Get heated dangerous. One study looked at it does sixty matches Adam forms of of you know, what we'll call anyhow city, or aggression sort of behaviors like that. Did you say death threats? Like, I said, you get some to get serious people really go after each other and. But you know, people control around, but also attached real world attacks. There was a situation where a California man called the police and Kansas. This is somebody who's playing bass in Kansas. Call the police swat team. Individual. Killing somebody in that house, actually, so it has led to real world. Tragedy. What is or can the video game industry due to protect players in is that even possible it's tough again. You know, it's not. We're talking about is definitely a minority people. Most people are just talking trash pickup basketball game something like that. But it does obviously rise to dangerous. There's things that they are not doing. So one thing would be. Education, which is which would be where somebody has to provide the Email address and phone number or some other formats. Information. So that they can be traced back to whatever they're using it in associated going at anonymity. In companies, the major ones have done that they tried into Lynn. Sort of filter for testing, boys. Those usually get a lot of pushback they stopped doing that by larger than. Things that they could do they tried to interestingly the to put into the game directly ways to complement other players. So there's a way to say, hey, good job. He do this. And they found that it does effect somewhere between reducing touch into six to twenty five percents. Just by little sort of certainly important information to know, especially for parents of gamers, you can read more online at Washington Post dot com. From post reporter Noah Smith Mets. Come owes Rick van Cise. The Federal Trade Commission is handing out a record fine for violating child privacy to video sharing app. Tick tock the app is owned by Chinese company bite dance and has a half billion users worldwide tick tock agreed to pay five point seven million dollars for collecting the personal information of children under the age of thirteen. The FTC claims thousands of parents complained and asked the company to delete the information, it collected and were ignored. Komo news time six.
"glasgow" Discussed on World Cafe
"Martha yon hero world cafe. How great is that? So tell me a little bit about the venue that we are at right now. And why you wanted to perform for us here. Sure. This venues called the HOGAN pint and I worked here last summer. It's a bit of a he oven for musicians in the city pretty much everybody that works here isn't a bond. So they're pretty much funding. The gig economy in Glasgow taking pity on per musicians and the venue and three years ago. I think we can ask Joe the bass player because he runs this venue. Joe is that right? Three for three years gloves, a very small city. So when they had their launch night, and that was pretty early on in me playing gigs Glasgow and ju- and brand who both gigs very kindly. Let me be the first person to play on the stage. So it's very special to me. What was that first gig lake, and it was really fun. It was really busy. Just as an acoustic set so different. What we're didn't. Not as Lloyd. Yeah. We're gonna talk in a little bit about Northern Ireland where you're originally from. But I I wanted to know because you've also lived in Edinburgh. And we've also visited rate. The internet has ways Martha or Claire Claire McKay, Martha theon, yes. Looking to Edinburgh for a little bit. And because be because we're capturing sort of both of those both of those places on this trip. I wanted to know if you could tell us a little bit about the difference between the two cities yet, I think that Edinburgh is a much more traditionally beautiful place to go and visit. The architecture's beautiful. It's it's just an amazing city, but Glasgow I think has more of DIY seen. There's probably a bit more happening in terms of gigs. Comedy arts things that are more grimy on underground so Edinburgh's like the postcards city in Glasgow's. Maybe grittier can underbelly to Edinburgh by day Glasgow by night. Yes. Quick little train right over here. Okay. Sweet. We're gonna hear you play another song for us a brand new one. Yes that I don't think it's available anywhere. And I'm very interested in the title. It's called Kennedy hair. So tell us a little bit about the song for here it. So those television show that some people might be familiar with and the audience cold, it's always sunny in Philadelphia..