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Nick Cordero, Broadway actor who battled COVID-19, has died at age 41, wife says

Erin Burnett OutFront

02:25 min | 3 weeks ago

Nick Cordero, Broadway actor who battled COVID-19, has died at age 41, wife says

"Tonight devastating loss Broadway. Actor Nick Cordero Battled Corona Virus for ninety five days before the disease took his life at age forty one. Cordero's wife Chronicle despite on social media, people around the world followed all of us hoping for his recovery Cheney most is out front. Broadway star Nick Cordeiro struggled for three months in the I. See you in a coma up and down, but he is awake. Data is awake. But more down than up I am asking again for. All the prayers mega prayers, his ordeal documented by his wife Amanda Clues from bullets over Broadway. To Law and order his career is going great this. Could be one of the Great Wall until it was cut short by COVID. Nineteen God has another Angel in heaven. Now posted his wife. Nick had been young and healthy as Alec Baldwin noted. Last June nick was looking at his newborn son. Elvis in the ICU, this June nick was in the ICU himself, and through it all Amanda shared the experience. He told me for times that he won't survive. He was put on a ventilator is. Gone for two minutes, and they had to resuscitate his heart, they had to amputate away. It was a situation of lifer leg. He communicated with his is by looking down. Yes, to know US since Amanda recruited an army to say prayers created the HASHTAG UP Nick inspired people to Sing Day. Wake Up. Fans in Arp work, go fund me page for medical expenses zoom past, eight hundred and fifty thousand dollars, and rising just a few days before his death, his wife spoke with CBS so grab his hand, and I'm waiting to the day that he called my hand back that day, apparently never came. He missed seeing his sons I. Nick Cordero was outlived by his one year old. Who will grow up hearing stories of how much he was loved.

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New Jersey Police Must Publicly Identify Officers Who Commit Serious Disciplinary Violations, AG Announces

Steve Trevelise

00:25 sec | Last month

New Jersey Police Must Publicly Identify Officers Who Commit Serious Disciplinary Violations, AG Announces

"Our Attorney General Gurbir great wall has ordered all law enforcement agencies in the state to begin publicly identifying police officers who commit serious disciplinary violations every county and local law enforcement agency in this state will now be required to annually publish a list of officers who were fired demoted or suspended for more than five days due to disciplinary

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GM plans to pull out of Australia, New Zealand and Thailand

Dennis Prager

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

GM plans to pull out of Australia, New Zealand and Thailand

"GM has plans to put out pull out of Australia New Zealand and Thailand CEO Mary Barra says it's part of a strategy to exit markets that don't produce adequate returns on investments dismaying officials concern over job losses Boris is the auto maker would wind down sales engineering and design operations for its historic Holden brand in Australia and New Zealand in two thousand twenty one it also plans to sell its rayon factory in Thailand to China's great wall motors and withdraw the Chevrolet brand from Thailand by the end of this year so we can focus on markets where it can drive strong

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China reports number of cases of new virus has increased to 1,287 and the death toll has risen to 41

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:36 sec | 6 months ago

China reports number of cases of new virus has increased to 1,287 and the death toll has risen to 41

"The death toll in China is over forty with more than twelve hundred infected the Wall Street journal's China bureau chief Jonathan Chang this is certainly far more yeah I'm concerned that it was even twenty four hours or forty eight hours ago I think what's scary is that we don't know what the scope of this is and we don't know what how much more bad news there is to come CBS is rainy Inocencio is in Beijing if this were any other Chinese New Year this park would be crowded with people celebrating the holiday but coronavirus panic is keeping most people at home that includes Taurus Shanghai Disneyland has been shut down parts of the great wall to CBS news update I'm

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Shanghai Disneyland Closes in Response to China Virus Outbreak

Von Haessler Doctrine

00:14 sec | 6 months ago

Shanghai Disneyland Closes in Response to China Virus Outbreak

"A section of China's great wall near Beijing closed to visitors to prevent the spread of the new virus and even Disney land not immune Shanghai Disneyland saying this morning that the park would be closed during the busy lunar new year holiday because of the deadly

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Shanghai Disneyland, part of Great Wall of China temporarily closed due to coronavirus concerns

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:51 sec | 6 months ago

Shanghai Disneyland, part of Great Wall of China temporarily closed due to coronavirus concerns

"Death toll is up to twenty six and the corona virus outbreak more than eight hundred people have been infected in eight different countries correspondent Remy Inocencio is in Beijing Chinese state media broadcast Chinese Chinese president president xi xi Jinping Jinping enjoying enjoying a a relax relax and and a a festive festive Chinese Chinese New New Year Year banquet banquet but but that that stands stands in in stark stark contrast contrast to to the the jarring jarring pictures pictures even even seen seen coming coming out out of of those those locked locked and and cities cities not not only that we're getting word now that many major cultural events to celebrate the holiday had been canceled arts of the great wall were closed to tourists today so was Disneyland in Shanghai still just one cases confirmed in the US a dozen people are being tested including a student at Texas a and M. Dr Eric Wilkie with the Brazos county health district here miles miles sometimes we're not confirming at this point the has diseases in question but it's just routine monitoring with the patient routine

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China and Russia propose lifting some U.N. sanctions on N. Korea

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

China and Russia propose lifting some U.N. sanctions on N. Korea

"The U. S. rejected a call to ease sanctions on North Korea at the U. N. security council China and Russia propose les spinning the economic embargo on North Korea claiming the regime had complied with United Nations resolutions and needed humanitarian relief the US said it is premature to ease sanctions while North Korea advances prohibited weapons systems and threatens escalation at the White House president trump was asked about possible provocative action by north Korea's Kim Jong un every disappointed if something would be in the works and if it is we'll take care of it but will say well watching it very closely watching those great wall watching many places actually very closely but North Korea we are watching very

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The fall of the Berlin Wall

Monocle 24: The Urbanist

09:00 min | 9 months ago

The fall of the Berlin Wall

"So as years ago this Saturday a wall slicing through the heart of Berlin and separating the Soviet controlled east from the British American American and French secured West Foul after twenty eight years. The Iron Curtain had been breached. Thousands of East Germans came across the border. Today perhaps more than one hundred thousand so many that border police lost count and at every border crossing the thousands of West Germans there to say welcome off the second mode will the Potsdam agreement divided control and reconstruction of Germany between the victorious allies and with the British and Americans not willing to hand full control of the capital over to the Soviets the city was similarly a divided but with Berlin residing in the east the agreement men that a Western en clave was born and the west of the city became a potential escape route for eastern defectors east. Germany was losing its best and brightest and flows in charge. Something had to be. He done so in the early hours of the thirteenth of August nineteen sixty one barrier began to be enforced. This story has all the hallmarks of a political story. Still Alive and kicking today at its heart. The Berlin Wall was an immigration issue orbit one of keeping citizens in rather than out we used to be on together's then about twelve thousand years ago. We began to stopping together. As and at that point when static everything everything you have is precious to. You is also static. If you are feeling concerned that somebody else might covet your goods at that point you will defend them and building. Wolves will be part of that. And that's where the wool building started about twelve thousand years ago. It was no point until them. And before that and it has been throughout history whether it's the walls of troy the walls of Jericho Constantinople etc etc and most walls barriers and fences are physical manifestations stations of something much deeper which is the concept of us and then which was true in the time of the Great Wall of China one side barbarians the other side civilization and it's true now of trump's wall they are all these manifestations of division. That's the author author journalist Him Marshall who quite literally wrote the book on walls divided. Why we're living in an age of walls? Chronicles the thousands of miles of fences senses and barriers in our world and how they affect the political landscape too. So how did this particular wall come about the Berlin Wall and the subsequent fence which then fenced off East Germany from West Germany is actually probably a one off in the this will is actually a prison wall to keep people in so they count escape. What is most wolves That we don't want that law over. They're coming over the will to us so it is different in that respect as you get to the late. Nineteen fifty s Germany was divided into zones as one of the losers of the second world. War The problem was that the American can Marshall Plan was already kicking in and the western areas. We're doing much better economically. And so of course people in the Russian sectors sectors of East Berlin voting with their feet and in the years running up to when it was built a couple of million East Germans thought look the standard of life is much better over there and they started moving now. That is a direct challenge to the Russians to the Soviet Union and to the idea of communism because because if it is a physical manifestation is. That's working better for me I'm going that suggests something about your system. So they could not put up with his hemorrhaging. Both at an economical level. All of the workforce but probably more importantly for the Soviet Union and its populations. They can't put up with that because it's a challenge to their concept that our always life is the better way of life for everybody and people supported and so over night one night when the wall and the flow of people was cutoff immediately. I've been in both when the wall existed. But also he hears later and what struck me in the years. I've been since as I find it quite hard to imagine where wasn't people so this is where the war was. This river was a place where people use to try and swim across this dividing line. How complicated indicate it was it to divide a city when you think of our city London how you ever run a fence across the middle of it that would be effective? Well the Russians and East Germans had the advantage of not being directly answerable to their the peoples living there and there were the sectors as you know there was the French control sector British American and there was the Russian control sector so as they had control over that sector and the Americans. The British couldn't say no you can't put at a brick on top of another brick there. They simply walled off their sector unless said they did he overnight. They brought huge concrete slabs in and other things things fencing and they did it overnight but it wasn't politically difficult insofar as the other occupying power bill and didn't have a say in it so obviously go with the contours of the sector. They occupied and that was East Berlin. I mean if it'd been southbound South Bill would now be that buzzword that we have in politics not East Berlin just geographically. That's how far they got the sector that they took for centuries raise walls have been built to keep out invading armies but this was the first wall in all recorded history to keep an entire country from fleeing fleeing into West Berlin is three and a half million before the war was erected if the gods were there guns unsuccessful in keeping people from fleeing that there's the barbed wire if they crossed that that was the wall they reached the top. There was the broken glass and with that a city was divided. Millions of Berlin citizens were now defined by their street address. Peter Miller what is a journalist in East Berlin and the author of nine thousand nine hundred nine Berlin Wall my part in his downfall. Peter told us how he ended up with quite peculiar assignment. I immediately joined Reuters news agency London after finishing university and they sent me straight away after working as a trainee. They sent me to Brussels when I came back to London later about six months and then they say well how up in so it's my job. It's okay I don't Germany level moral and they said well nothing much happens at least seventy days. I'd say a couple of minutes but anyway they put me in there because they'd has the office since easterly separated in nineteen forty nine and a want to give it up because no other non German news agency had enough us on eastern side. The rule. So I I've lived in Paris and lived in Brussels. I thought it was just too good enough for two minutes and slightly disconcerted. I went there and discovered the billion Elian accents and started to pick it up and at the same time had to world. The when I was about to bury I hugged together would be East Germany. which was shook but I ended up there and I found probably one of the exciting places I'd ever be and so there I found myself going through checkpoint quite chilly and finding of flats it Roy says head for study use it was quite doubting? Tell me what was life. Like for a a journalist working in eastbound at the time did you have a sense that you are being watched by the infamous stars e the secret police. It's there's two sides to that question. was that ever since the Russians have done these German Roy shooting in Nineteen fifty-six and he just really accepted it was nothing we could do. Getting cross the Woolworth always dangerous restatements. Who tried to many had been shots and really very so nothing happening city except funding the old dissident who is willing to speak out yes? He took that for granted. Then only after the wolf find became done. We discovered that they started the headed. Twenty nine microphones in the FLACCO. Black I live in which was expected to be a little bit. Quite that many life for foreign journalists in East Berlin was clearly a well. Mona set one for many many in these Ovo life did go on. They wanted to escape and they took risks with their lives and hopes of making it to the West. I am what was seen as freedom.

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Apple leads stock surge

CNBC's Fast Money

04:46 min | 10 months ago

Apple leads stock surge

"Welcome back to headlines for apple on Wall Street today starting with sweets call by Canaccord genuity raising its price target on the tech giant's at two sixty from two forty citing increased demand for the iphone models including the most recent iphone eleven plus an analyst over at t.f security saying to not that apple may be planning new hardware releases including smart glasses for early twenty twenty now all this as a stock inches closer to a fresh all-time high it is already up forty four percent this year alone so could appleby your best bet intact or has a rally gone too far too fast guy well I would I would say if you're trading the stock this is a great opportunity to take some money off the table the people going to blow back and say you're out of your mind you don't trade this I told you people would say that happened this but you know what you go back to October the stock traded up to two twenty nine and had an epic failure Dana's spoken about this a number of times from peak to trough from two thirty to one forty was a pretty swift move to the downside I'm not suggesting that will happen again but go back and look at facebook with that done over the last couple of months go back and look at Amer on massive WTOP look how underperforming stock has been over the last month month and a half so if you're trading stock why not take some money off the table at currently and if you want to buy it that's a great way to phrase it you wait until it makes a new high and you use that as your support but the narrative was the hardware game was over was all about services we're we're going to go nowhere from here the the multiple was not gonNA increase give a lot of levers that apple can pull now and now hardware is a tailwind it's a by right now still I feel like this is a classic case of position that we always talk about the positioning on apple had gotten so negative when it came to sentiment around the I eleven and so even increment Antalya looked a little better in all of a sudden Bam people are going to have a side of the boat yeah and so now everybody's on that bandwagon right so I suspect a lot of the move that we've seen off the lows is anticipation or at least speculation that things weren't as bad as as sentiment thought now sentiments saying hey everything seems to be great there's going to be all least things coming out so for be K. everybody's on that side of the boat he's going to be on the other and I think guy odometers on that side of the boat I would be a seller of about his list yeah let's say that's dangerous when a boat list by the way you know Dan who everybody says negative what is such a Downer I actually had someone foolish options action in the apple I've seen it on your show on Fridays Advisor Thirties tremendous job and we have said for a long time now the stock will trade the twentieth so good for Dan Nathan but now here's the guy is a guy mentioned that peak trump decline last Q. Four really would what is this company gave kind of optimistic guidance and I think that they thought the world that they lived in that there were selling into China wasn't going to be altered that much by trade it did and on January second when they pronounce the first time in like ten years a negative basis the stock had had that forty percent peak Detroit declined it got to negative here we are every year the dollar is higher they have a very interactive phone that last Q. Four in China their units and I flew down thirty percent year over year and that had to do with just their slowing economy trade that sort of thing so when you think about apple in the hardware in China six and a half percent market share number five behind here locals I just don't see in this Q. Four how they're going to be able to put up big hardware numbers and the last point I'll just say is if the Chinese want to regulate apple they can do it services they can do it in that APP store in there already has a wide that's all they have to be because everyone to get back to the positioning point is everyone throughout that hardware number so to trough levels that no everyone discounted off their balance sheets so right now all they have it was surprise even incrementally now the government's getting mad about an APP they have on their APP store Barrett of changes it didn't you just say that by it if it makes time high all the time I got got okay all right but you should buy it here you got you gotta wait until trades above two thirty three and then Atas you're predicting another repeat of I think a company would be crazy not to give cautious guidance given the environment if there is no trade deal they got caught with her dance down last four in China and the breeze wasn't so Great Wall wow that is as well look at that a trillion dollar market cap it lost forty percent to December or January second rose that's brees win

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Lakers' NBA Cares event in Shanghai canceled

Pro Football Talk with Mike Florio

05:03 min | 10 months ago

Lakers' NBA Cares event in Shanghai canceled

"The commissioner was going to go to Shanghai events have been canceled I don't know if the Lakers in nets are going to plug banners are coming down Rachel Nichols from ESPN has done a great job over there and she had some photographs of banners being taken down the rockets logo on the basketball floor heated over I don't know where we're headed I don't know if if this is bill getting towards the end or maybe you were right in the middle of this Adam silver the commissioner he is it feels like it if you were going to do one of those editorial cartoons he'd write beat be right at the great wall in just holding it with two hands trying to hold it up that's what it feels like right now and you're trying to pacify everybody here your try to check all the boxes you don't want to upset anybody you're just trying to get out of there you know this started as a perfect storm so you have Daryl Morey the rockets GM who tweets support of Hong Kong now this is before the trip and then all of a sudden end in let's say this is the GM of the Cavaliers I don't think this is going to be a big issue but the rockets are going the rockets are Chinese team the former rocket yell being head of China's basketball league lebron's flying over commissioners flying on and here we are I don't know what all that means but I'm sure that Adam silver is just hoping that let's just get out with any further damage here here is the commissioner trying to find mutual respect in China it's my hope that when I'm in Shanghai I can meet with the appropriate officials and discuss where we stand and again put those remarks from Daryl Morey and my remarks in an appropriate context of a many decades long relationship and see if we can find mutual respect for each other's political systems and beliefs thanks to the commissioner he also regrets the situation we are not apologizing for Darryl exercising his freedom of expression I regret again having communicated directly with many friends in China that so many people are upset including millions and millions of our fans hi this is what I don't understand what does China want now they want an apology and what are they telling what other citizens finding out like like how is that this being translated what is the coverage like because if you're a communist country do you mean okay are you embarrassed is that what it is that did you been embarrassed by what has been said about Hong Kong and what are your yeah these citizens so you're gonna take the will take away the NBA does then your your citizens ago why you're taking away the NBA I don't I don't know how it's translated to them el what the coverages like with the communist country here and what if the NBA just says Hey there's only one NBA deal with it you know we had somebody who made comments this is how he felt and you know what we want to be great partners with you but I understand this is who we are hello we believe in capitalism we we believe in freedom of speech and we can still be partners here we just don't agree politically yes right that's what I was saying yesterday about this in the NBA have more leverage here to say okay then don't take our product I mean they have a product that's highly valued in China that's why they're making so much money off of it is because people they're consuming it at an unbelievable rate and there's power to that there's real leverage that you can use that not that being said it's a hell of a bold step to take but you can right now you're getting absolutely destroyed in this discussion here getting crashed here's the commissioner telling us that he's not here to tell everybody how to govern I don't come here sort of either as the commissioner of the NBA is an American certainly to tell others how they should run their governments I I think though at the end of the day though I am an American and there are these values that are deeply rooted in the DNA of the NBA and that includes freedom of expression for our employees and I I'm I'm hoping that together Yang Ming and I can find an accommodation yeah I understand it now you're tiptoeing find an accommodation okay that means can we go back to business here can we put all this to the side here can we just go back to acting like this wasn't an issue already anyway and just go back to making money that is the naive days yeah can we go back to acting like we don't care how you treat your people you ever try to remember what we used to just push that all under the rug and just act like it wasn't a thing let's just go back to doing that sorry about the tweet move on buy

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Why Game of Thrones is the first and last of its kind

The Big Story

05:11 min | 1 year ago

Why Game of Thrones is the first and last of its kind

"Today with a recording of a language that no human civilization ever spoke yet. Most of you are going to understand some of them as Bruce Dadis cost out. She finally that negate Dianetics Jen Massimo entered Gary Arlen and bolero Kohana Godich, son. The card is. See if you want to get a handle on why we're spending a Friday talking about a TV show. Remind yourself that game of thrones created a language that people who snickered at dragons in highschool can speak. The show's final season debuts this Sunday night at nine PM. And that in itself has significant in a world where we're used to media being delivered on demand to each of us whenever we find the time to watch him on one hand game of thrones has been the first of its kind a blockbuster fantasy epic adapted not to film, but to television that broke the mold for these stories and brought adult fantasy to a very lucrative global audience. It has changed that industry and on the other hand, it has also the last of a species the television event that the world watches and talks about together, and that doesn't really happen anymore in that sense. Emma, thrones is a dinosaur and the industry has changed around it. So what happened eight years ago when this show debuted that? Made this possible. Why did it happen with this story? What will be left behind in the world of television. When it's over. How has it changed? Both the stories that we tell and the mediums that we used to tell them. Oh, and who's going to end up on the damn iron thrown. Jordan, heath Rawlings. And there's only one war that the great wall. And it is. Andrei Dmitri's is a writer for various publications. He's one of our favorite guests here on the big story knows a little something about game of thrones. Why did game of thrones of all shows changed so much? I think your frame of reference if you happened to be ten generally into the fantasy genre your frame of reference was most likely the Lord of the rings, or Harry Potter and regards to the fact that both Lord of the rings, and Harry Potter had very wide fan bases and people really loved it enjoyed both movies. And maybe people less enjoyed the Lord of the rings books because let's be honest. They were pretty dry. There was at least an understanding that this was not necessarily meant with an adult audience in mind. Dickey ruling did not write the Harry Potter books for a Dulce. They were very clearly kids books Gerald token, even though you could say that it was you know, a very mature high fantasy series. It was also written with young people in mind. A game of thrones comes from that the post nineteen seventies dungeons and dragons Jonah where this these are very mature stories, the it it involves mature themes. Blood and guts and sword and sorcery and all that stuff for a cult audience written for an audience of twenty-something guys that would get together around somebody's kitchen table on a Saturday afternoon and drink beer and play a role playing game. Like, that's sort of the the culture that it's bonds out of. So I think that people were looking for a more mature fantasy product to you know, to to just watch and enjoy and game of thrones really really hit that Mark people when they were describing the show early on weren't talking about a game of thrones and reference to other fantasy series. There were talking about how different game of thrones was from other fantasy series that they'd ever heard of to the extent that they were saying things like, you know, this is the sopranos with sorts or this is the wire, but with magic my partner hates fantasy stories and hates magic and dragons and stuff, and I knew that this was going to be something different. When I essentially told her, look, I know you don't have to watch this with me. But this is an adaptation of a book I love so I'm going to. It down and watch it. Anyway, you're welcome to join me or not and she joined me for the first step aside and has watched every single episode multiple times. And that's when it became clear that this was something else. The fact that people will spend time re watching them, and it's not just happening in the run up to the last season every season that comes out I see people on social media, and I know people that will simply rewatch the entire series. Just so that they can be caught up. It's I mean, it is a very complicated story with a lot of moving parts and a lot of different characters. But I don't think they would actually do that. If they didn't really really really enjoy the show, and I think it's so enjoyable like the idea, so the fact that you would watch five or six different seasons just to prepare yourself for the upcoming season. That's I can't think of another toward the sun. Then when did it become clear that this was going to be the defining television show of this era? I think it was probably around the red wedding in the third season. My king has married and I owe my new Queen wedding. Give.

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Trump says walls work. It's much more complicated

KDKA Programming

04:36 min | 1 year ago

Trump says walls work. It's much more complicated

"And surprised Bush didn't do something after nine eleven. This is something that should have been taken care of long time ago. We have the worst border security of almost any country great show as always. I absolutely think border security could be better. Absolutely. And I have. But I don't think building a wall is the best way in the end all to fix it. I think we're capable of technology doing much more look man, if I can go on my phone and with the satellite in an app, I can look at the roof of my house. We can do better than building just a wall. And there were things the president said about the wall it made perfect sense. We are so partisan right now. A good idea a month ago, if it came from one side to become from this is a horrible idea, and that's wrong on both sides. This tax wanted your thoughts on the Louis CK show selling out and local female comedians condemning it written signed tied. Oh, I've shared a thought or two with that tonight. Dan in the north hills. Thank you for calling. Hi, dan. Hey, thanks for having me on what's up, man. Well, let me stop you. Right there walls do work. Okay. Israel, put up a wall between them in Palestine and illegal immigration or people sneaking into Israel dropped by ninety something percent. So they do work do they work as well. As the use of all the different technologies that are available. Well, sure, you can you can meant that with technology. But but a wall makes sense. And and the statistics bear it out at the Vatican has some of the highest walls and history in the world. I mean, walls work, nobody would build them if they didn't work the Chinese wouldn't have built a great wall, which didn't work the French built imagine a line, which didn't work. Well, the national line was was silly. Because it didn't it didn't cover the whole of France. Anyways, it only covered park. The where it was didn't work. It was a flawed mentality. Because number one that wasn't how the Germans actually attack. They changed their strategy number one number two it. It didn't go across the whole of France. They just went around it. Now, they didn't know they didn't go around it. They went they went through where it was also. Well, they also went around it. Do you think do you think he is going to get to five point seven billion dollars for the wall? Well, this is a nonstarter for me though. The the whole issue of five eight that only five point some odd billion dollars. Only gets you about two hundred miles per the wall, right? It was estimated it's gonna cause twenty five billion plus before it's all said and done and that's not sea to shining sea. That's the wall as he described it some here some there enhance security along the way you'd still twenty five billion. Plus, he realized that ten percent of Mexico's economy is money remittances from the US. Explain that. What do you mean? So ten percent of Mexico's economy is people sending money back. Oh talking about. Yeah. The federal union. How is that part of the that's the money coming into the economy that would be money that would be being paid to these people, and then they're sending it back to their their families in Mexico. So this this country is being drained of resources from all angles. How is it being drained of resources if you're paying somebody minimum wage, and you're paying them illegally, and they're still managing to send a dollar or two home? Where's who's drain, and what that money would be going to an American worker? No because no American now because no American worker will grab the shovel. And now those are the jobs we're talking about. And we just saw this today. It doesn't pay enough. Right. The jobs don't pay. Right. That's why. That's why no American will take them and you do, but here's the deal. If you're a business, and you can pay me eight dollars an hour or you can pay somebody else. Twenty dollars an hour if I'm showing up for the eight you're going to keep paying me the eight, and if you're a business, and you don't get punished for continuing to pay me the eight you're just going to keep doing that. Excellent. Call is always Dan, Katie k radio, you know, the books. Right. I mean that's short for bouquets

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US Treasury yield curve flattens further on fears of slowing growth

Joe Walsh

01:47 min | 1 year ago

US Treasury yield curve flattens further on fears of slowing growth

"Started the latest round of trade talks with a phone call involving Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer in Chinese Vice Premier Li he the three senior officials discussed Chinese purchases of agricultural products and changes to fundamental Chinese economic policies during the phone call. So it's begun. The trade has begun in Wall Street likes it. Everything is green the s&p is up seventeen and a quarter points this morning. Nasdaq up sixty five the Dow's up one hundred eighty eight I always check Amazon as a as a beta for the tech sector it closed eleven dollars and ninety cents higher yesterday. It's up to twenty it's up twenty five twenty six dollars. Pre-market trading at one thousand six hundred sixty seven it's still three hundred fifty dollars off of its highs. And so I think it's still an entry point buy on the dip if you're an Amazon buyer and the president of the United States has tweeted to get no need to replay. No need to go do that. Because you know, when when he's done it twice in a in a segment coming up from area. Let's start at the beginning twenty one minutes ago, despite the large caravans that were forming heading to our country. People have not been able to get through our newly built walls, makeshift, walls and fences or border patrol officers and military, they're now saying Mexico, we're going back to their original countries ice border patrol in the military got a fantastic job of securing our southern border. A great wall would however be far easier less expensive solution. He's right have been writing since two thousand and five we've already built large new section than fully renovated others making them like new the Democrats, however for strictly political reasons, he's right. And because they have been pulled so far to the left. He is correct. Do not want border security is absolutely one thousand percent on the Mark. They want open borders. For anyone to come in. It's right. This brings large-scale crime and disease. It also brings lots of friends. Our southern border is now secure and will remain that way dot dot dot will get some more from the president in just a moment.

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Airbnb hits wall with China Great Wall promotion

Gary and Shannon

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Airbnb hits wall with China Great Wall promotion

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Airbnb hits wall with China Great Wall promotion

Sarah and Vinnie

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Airbnb hits wall with China Great Wall promotion

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U.S. military at the Mexican border wouldn't be unprecedented

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:02 min | 2 years ago

U.S. military at the Mexican border wouldn't be unprecedented

"I will build a great great wall on our southern border and i will have mexico pay for that wall mart my words thirty three months now after the speech that launched donald trump's run for president he's still trying to deliver on a fundamental campaign promise that became a rallying cry for his base but the president's wall has not been funded and without it he announced today he has a new plan to secure the border so i've been speaking with general mattis we're going to be doing things military until we can have a wallet proper security with going be guarding our border with the military just over one hour later trump was back in doubled down on that idea the mexican border is very unprotected by our laws we have horrible horrible and very unsafe laws in the united states and we're going to be able to do something about that hopefully soon hopefully congress will get their act together and get in create some.

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Trump border wall prototype builders to be selected next week

Orlando's Morning News with Joe Kelley

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Trump border wall prototype builders to be selected next week

"New jersey no word yet on when that will be president trump wrapping up his first trip to california as commanderinchief one day after seeing prototypes of his border wall have a great wall it's going to be very effective in proposing the idea of a new branch of the military that would fight wars in space labor we need a new force we'll call it the space force today president trump is waking up here in l a he has no events on his schedule here instead he'll board air force one and had to saint louis to talk jobs antao tax cuts alex stone abc news los angeles good morning five thirty five now on orlando's morning news joe is going.

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"great wall" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"great wall" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"Better than robo outta i just seems like that wasn't the most appropriate film for me to say i think of we can stretch things and get through rural white ironfisted mark lenzi left nobody jump in lastminute thanks guys zach last name withheld the mountains sir used to spend a lot of time in a tour van is a musician and one of the conversations that would come up a lot is the definitive ranking of the fast and furious film franchise and i was wondering if i could have a couple seconds of your time to uh just answer this once and for all so ages it ends it and i don't have to debate this with my now former bandmates anymore so elliott here the gear head of a gang i'm a real carts off do you wanna do it at the same time together yeah all the cell number ones hastert laguerie razors there's two two furious for what you're just losing them in order not now let bears the furious at the irs fast furious seven minutes in heaven that deserves died and then there's just the ten of us that's a good one yes generally it takes is it it's realize christian in urine there was a there was mad max fast and furious narrowed yeah fast fivedollar foot long which one does which wanted has been bs all come back for this uh this is fast forty the as the fortieth one who's the past the phrase the worth of the ferraris just have an orgy let's uber it's overnight now always.

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"great wall" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"great wall" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"If we're not already too late thanks so much 900 am that's great like ducts devsol just alarmed and the next question does i love that stem from a guys mark last name rent what called i am muddy i can give you are for our no now keep your money after the show groups are well if anyone else has money i'm an eighth grade history teacher and i thought you read so you're an eighth grade and i'm like is this not already tonight real every year universally and i'm pretty sure that with any eighth grader they of terrible taste and everything but especially movies mgm every year i get you haven't seen haunted house to mike why would i see that the greatest movie ever and i don't get a lot of wiggle room within the year to show them actual non skull related movies i somehow got gremlins approved uh lots of history right for winter break but i was wondering if you guys had any gateway movies for like thirteen fourteen year olds that could kinda get them maybe a little later on intellectual good movies so they actually have good days have you ever thought about gremlins good call that idea good call i feel like like all of the old leg amblin emmer entertainment movies were like that thing back in the day you know easy iggy t in yeah an ram ones of my eldest spielberg unlike standby me what about stand by me as a good one of the that's a good gateway for kids to watch movies that have no like fantastic element in them i augur hours just about kids i certainly was shown at many times when mmd navy like i saw the movie yeowah watching it again i'm just like i'm sorry figure movies that i saw in school and like i remember we watched the indiana jones of alas crusade what is the educational content of this i guess it's vaguely like archaeology and hate nazis i remember i watch seventy in seventy six that's great i love the idea that they showed you that in school and you're like i'm never going to use this and then forty.

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"great wall" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"great wall" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"Some people did back their names were read it and i was wondering if you guys could ever see yourself doing an rpg again and maybe something like of things way too that is built to have more improv and create the setting an action movie something like that yeah so you're referring to the table top roebling game way were you get to recreate like like an action movie well i'm always trying to get these guys at eu funds stuff like that with me but it also is a lot of work especially if you're like trying to make something that people can listen to and if there's one thing that made me respect griffin mcelroy more than anything it's having to do that show and then the amount of stress id put that i put up with and the amount of work i had to put into it this isn't funny in on sorry but i mean i'm assuming i'll probably be able to convince them to do something once a year but i think that's a bad all right if cult to schedule the maybe you never know dan light dim likes roleplaying i'm having a route a have a certain tell me around on it a little bit i the i feel like your body vin diesel fucking loves it too man are you cooler than vin diesel for being the only person in the flop house with actual improv training i have the weakest person when it comes to in character step on those things so that's why i feel a little way gunshy thing will you just got one mansion you got a pretend.

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"great wall" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"great wall" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"Saw lerner would qualify for a honestly i feel about this year that's better than my mom feels about the hill so uh basically i wanted to know like um i think that introduction went pretty well i don't think she would listen to one on her own i think maybe if i made her listen to what she would i'm is there some hidden yes ichihashi hassi's legally obligated is there something that you tried to introduce to your parents that like whether it be a movie or tv show or something that you were like oh my god they're gonna love it and then at the end they were like well um i got really excited when the movie about schmidt came out because i really liked it and so i'm like momma teddy ghana watch about schmidt the hated it for some reason a movie about a man growing old and losing his me justin connect with them and is it that it didn't connected or may be connected are you it connected to much passively sometimes when we touch honesty is too much now dan you recommend a lot of hardcore pornography dear parents how harker what pornography at what what else after heart laura i don't know a lot of a lot of heart gorka at videos one a hard hardcore hockey any recommended hardcore henry or how did they leave it turkey long begin to the tour henry i think i may have said this is the podcast already so i'm i i just i was always in charge of like i was a guy who was sent to rent a movie because i liked reading movie reviews by the way dan if they show hardcore henry on affects delay the cult's offshore henry.

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"great wall" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"great wall" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"All right well we separates the great walls guy from them merely good walls we should move along the uh the show horse went on a little long so now we're going real we're going along the show for us his blood mm podcast podcast podcast the their audio programs that tell smart stories in innovative ways using editing techniques like this like this like there area but let's face all that smart stuff can be exhausting that's where stop podcasting yourself comes in it so stupid you did to gruber doing good is being dumb idiot jerks for ninety minutes stop podcasting yourself the stupid show that smart people love find it an ideal environment for the moment bud dot org it's been a long time coming but john roderick finally has a podcast on the maximum fund that org network the long wait is over max fun friends teamed up with these two unlikely nerds and their dumb star trek and we talk about war movies not just in a laudatory and the salivating away but we apply critical thinking principles two of the multiple multiple subtexts that are woven in every warm agree and silvestre stallone specifically is not at that and he's not not at all so go get friendlyfire every friday and maximum fund dot org or wherever you get your podcasts hey guys sorry to break into the live show but it's time for everyone's favorite thing in the world i dan mccoy solo add read uh boy is there anything better so today the flophouses sponsor in part by blue apron blue apron delivers fresh preportion ingredients in step by step recipe is right to your door they can be coach and under 45 minutes the menu changes every week based on what's in season and is designed by blue apron's inhouse culinary team for eight weeks ending on february the 26th blue apron is teeming with a whole thirty to bring you delicious recipes are menu will feature to hold thirty approve recipes each week like seared steaks and warm limon salsa verde with reussir broccoli and sweet potato not cole lemon saw the verde warm lemon salsa verde.

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"great wall" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"great wall" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"So we should do wrap it up in the overtime in these people are tired yeah let's do wrap it up uh final judgment do our final judgments of as we would never let down a good bad movie a bad bad movie or movie kinda liked i'm going to go first uh rights your project a sign you're solve the majority opinion chief justice this movie was super generic except for the fact that it's a directed by and i'm going to push the name i think it's zhang gmo evil zhang yimou yeah okay who directed the house of fly daggers hero and so also look lying yes beautiful and house a flying birth yes parker posied wore biparti proposing zero elaborately the methods will ever abe at the other those early your safe uh expect a little bit more it no i was going to say that the what's good about it is that it's got visuals flare wake the movie is a very basic it's just a monster movie about people trying to you by people by monsters dork people two guys at them hard i think by moslem are if you're considering applying the chinese are not people no hearts then i must take offence at that wire monsters are also people live the real monster in this case the intolerance in your heart but but you're right it's a it's a it's a pretty basic action monster mode yeah about people defending a wall it's weird that a new movie called the great wall which is about a defending a great wall the climax of the movie does not take place at the wall then leave the wall and wto's almost entirely secondary mike the wall doesn't seem to actually be a bulwark to these monsters that it just seems to be a real thing for them to climb over yeah.

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"great wall" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"great wall" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"And it said in big letters for the greatest musical ever and it was like all live beloved maybe there is noone saying hello don't is the greatest the musical ever elliot said this for twenty minutes to anybody who artois mr adds ivy league bad sign is a law don't you would do they put it on his side you would think that the sign would reject the paint but no who oh i'm surprised this building didn't burn itself down to rip the lies offict skin hashtag fake news that up so anyway they saved the day matt damon finds his friend jet friend in jail and freeze them rather than take the black powder and he's going to go take him home but there's a hint of a romance of bruin between him and commander lin in its hinted matt damon may come back to that great wall soon maybe for the sequel great wall to great wall baby we are really believe this movie was a tremendous blow up it was not a he it was a big hit in china yeah other countries not as much as the most expensive movie made in china or made a chinese movie i guess i was i think the most expensive backed by although most of it was shot in new zealand because leery as i said couldn't film on the actual great wall because fillon new zealand's great wall and yeah they build a new gray wall new zealand i don't know where i'm going with this year her smogs there i know ever so many habits die building that.

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"great wall" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"great wall" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"Anyway he gets locked up in the desert willem dafoe betrays met damon's friend you can entrust the guy who helped you driven rand come on what do you do met damon's friend we got a trust lipford surrey me uh tomorrow that baby face that smile like a thousand shadows malt but we'll end up all visually gets his come up in as he's attacked he's captured by bandits who blow him in themselves gum when they accidentally letterbomb fall into their camp vallarta even like they are performing so that a campfire fault the other juggling gunpowder literally am i give a book and pera falls of but it's not like this needed to be resolved like this this plot point it was like this this doesn't affect the main thrust of the movie at all it was like the screenwriter is like uh are these characters of left the movie what can we do with them but if they just blow up but met demons friend doesn't blow better friend is not blow up disability d and those dumb bamboo shoots in the and the band maybe they're trying to say is on behalf of our bandits but the movie banded saw me that bandits are lovable the moving to expand its taught me that the given was going to be a big star sunday that's what the movie touch that was the message that was the end of the movie there is a big there was a crawl the nba by the way the call kidman actress this movie is going to be a big star some day i was like i shares in nicole kidman now.

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"great wall" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"great wall" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"Terms of celebrities and dan it in america dan where are you and there is a celebrities of dan i'm number one hi asserting day celebrities and dandy load you say in america your number like what celebrity yeah yeah i can ondrove by a million two million three ways actly okay this guy's what i mean he's playing the role that if this was another movie dj qualls would be blamed this character yes exactly bank hill america's 37th celebrity these days china put it into perspective host heart dealer thirty seven highest earning dj qualls has had a number of an insanely strong investment here and he's got his side dj business that he makes a lot about a up a huge all those askhab fees anyway the westerners turn out to be pretty good a demon fighting does of course it's matt damon matt damon big demon maybe they know each other and willem dafoe is watching from the shadows as i assume he does everything out you explain your creep weary and he's playing a creepy westerner who's been there for years they won't let him leave but he really wants to leave but is virtually tells them is hey bathed shave you has got a bns and so they lose their beards matt damon has now the cutie smoothfaced that we now i'm as matt damon proves he's a supercool archer with a tricky polls off with a bowl sounds like that our bowman i literally at regular hawk are i written a literally put he goes island beatable with my bo and i literally wrote my notes archery skills contest i was excited nope too soon matt damon does one cgi enhanced trick and the archery section is over everyone else's like they're all eating in the mess hall the other has like that's pretty cool back to our grub.

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"great wall" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"great wall" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"Yeah like that's how does it get how does it how going to be clearer than that and though they're fairly successful they're not always successful because there is a law shots or monsters like ripping ripping them in half and then there's one shot of a guy like lazily just tossing their harnesses into a big blood he pile i prefer to think is like they retired they're harnessed like an nba players jersey in the raptors will just keep this here to remember abide clink but anyway no sooner has has at matt damon delivered this claw than commander lien says i don't trust them throw them in the stocks and meaning and that's when the wardrums start beating and they bring up these enormous like steam punk seat antisiege engines and like incredible it's just so elaborate when they show in preparing for battle like half the movie is just like battled prepped they should've called this movie battle move sequel to battle toads the movie and and this is one i felt really bad because so there's strategist strategist wang who's played by andy lau why love and even recognized there was him i think as he was wearing a hat the whole time and i didn't i could see his hair so it in ill was in him play the same role the matt damon played an infernal affairs and another one that mandela was in there was base that that it potted yeah thank you but that's where they're all in batty both play the same character in the same movie and what do you think they talked about i imagine they first major they looked at each other and then when want like this and put his hand up and the other was hand up and then they did the whole mirror routine and then when they touched each other they turned into a blob like at the end the time cop and the to run silver's touch each other somewhat affectionately turned into law i've ever see they had of time gop to the toronto resume guy with each other no i mean if the depends on your definition of making a make now i am turning into a sea jeb lob.

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"great wall" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"great wall" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"Or like each of the arm of a monster any way there is a bunch of seems in this movie of the this special chinese army called the nameless order which guards the wall and protects it from monsters just getting into position this moody love seeing soldiers an armored getting into position and just marching along and clattering color coded armor and the first time this happened i was like this is awesome there's blue armor soldiers there's like green armor soldiers red armor soldiers it's like medieval power rangers except there's thousands of law i love of this like relate literally makes you are trial bureau i colors i like that and i liked it all the armored characters really never take their armour off there's even a shot where this guys like cooking in the kitchen with his armor with an apron over it and he liked takes it a hub of this like i just i wish there was a scene where someone is like in the bath in their armor or not like he's putting a pair of pants on over like pajamas over asanka broker alas no anyway matt damon shows up with his buddy they show them the claw and the nameless orders like we expected these monsters but not so soon ono this is nine days early like amazon prime lied to us about when these monitors i'm going to show up and we're not ready the wreck rooms not ready for these monsters to stay in and commander lin lady commander and i only say that because there's this one qadri of lady soldiers in at the restaurant dudes now ladies soldiers are of course the best of them and they're kind of like hoop bungee jump based spear yeah like here's your fishing fishing for monsters were whippings warriors i dunno of the i don't know if either these explanations breaks we clear with these booth here barroso firm ladies who put heart as his arm who jump off the wall with spears and they bungee entities monsters in spear the monster it's like if cirque du soleil didn't all lady moby dick and instead of a whaler was monsters yeah.

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"great wall" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"great wall" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"There is a there's a there's something about or another moment star i'm just gazing into your eyes as your long i gotta dan danisa only just lost in time and space you know the moment star wars wear tragically pond a baby gets his arm on might negative tara wrist obiwankenobi and it's like super fast while raw in an arm falls and you'll like what just happened this is kind of like that except you like wait what like what just happened whose arm is that why i don't understand but you're going to find out don't worry because they soon reach the great wall which is covered with like archer's an armor and matt damon his sidekick surrender and the sold this soldier runs through the ranks calling for a lady commander commander lim who's played by zhang tian from kong skull islands and i learned this of well do my research for the movie that a for this movie and a couple of others she won the golden broom award which is the chinese version of the razzie and i found it like super cool that the i i don't think broom than shy of added throat burns are you if you do a bad job onstage that i just love the idea that the chinese have their own version of the razzie makes me i'm mary held up for some reason i thought you throw raspberries of people rigs there wait you please throw delicious raspberries that may have you you're on the happy with the flop our show tonight i would be i don't know how to eat of up you'll know what you're asking to work out the way you wanted to day oh i know in your mind you just catching raspberries in your mouth is going bob mahbob in no more like none none none as none of those raspberries land in your mouth and they get on your pants and it looks like you're peeing blood.

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"great wall" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"great wall" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"At strever guy he's not allowed in china for various reasons so i guess he's just to cast away much like his survey his ancestor johnny defo what a weird place to go with that how many of the people their name to follow is there a driver i'd howitzers are made up thing all right now has a video jumped dan all right annual doco you want me to commit seppuku because that's a japanese thing not a chinese thing you're a racist all right okay audiences back my slidell okay i did it yeah beat up on dan and you'll get back on the dealings with agasseyev anyway let's start the movie shelly because the movie starting and it's a thrill ride that we're just gonna have to hold onto until we let go and get bored now there's horseman in the desert fighting bearded matt damon who is ira his axis was to be irish isis i don't know but i was kinda like the light on our relationship with matt damon too complicated one but i'll never forget tournament my dvd player and here and i'm saying the song of the summer scotty does it know in the movie euro trip yeah yeah people love me now stewards the favorite matt damon has an accent in this that i didn't even realize this will be irish till did told me he was offended by this irish accent it sounds to me like a mix between canadian unlike stereotypical native american disease like matt damon like would go to we're going to go into china and we're gonna find this black poder her her hurdle carry enough black powder back to make her we in europe okay everyone and i was like where is is supposed to be throttleman they don't stop talking about black powder in this movie it's crazy love it it's like i dunno i guess pop to renew thing at the championships everyone still thought that the the mic likes that kid killed himself with them that didn't happen he became a successful audio recording engineer thought he killed himself in vietnam killed himself vietnam we went over there like i could take if i take it the other things i've seen is the this the friendly as fire killing here so.

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"great wall" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"great wall" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"And i said but man and dan says i love mannequin two in writers rhetoric probably should've watch we should have watchman akin seinfeld alvear and are you you man heads role whitney yet here because of man heads kino's i i reserve afraid of making fun of such a beloved philadelphia movie i would feel like all the local you would philadelphia i'd have to say mannequin is probably 27th most beloved there's we are we gonna make fun of the movie we watched tonight because i don't think i'm going to oh that's a spoiler spoiler alert okay so what did we watched tonight we watched the movie called the great wall starring matt damon that's right side of the mehler day room matt is a little animal that follows children around until it's stolen from them for the valuable dustin side that's a golden compass reference there read a book sometime and that book better be the gold incumbent because they are not delivered bill give won't be that helpful and that book brenner ba die tactic implication of christianity it's heart it's a touching story about the met maturity of children dan liam and it's a rips norton adventure there's bears the where armament right the what other bears the where armonia in real life here dan i want okay you live that call pentagon anyway continue the great wall now the great wall is a movie that holds an interesting place in cinema history that people are gonna look back on as it was very much a an attempt for eight chinese film to make it in the world market where the world market is right now unita big american actor to do it and it doesn't come more bend in american them matt damon let me tell ya they went goodwill hunting for a star.

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"great wall" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"great wall" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"In the new and very hey everyone welcome to the flop house on dan mccoy i'm steward willing to him and i'm elliott kaylynn this was it sounds so like there's so many more people here in europe or how many times universe joke jio jill works well we're a recording as part of the filly podcast first will thank you for having us philadelphia yeah your it's founders as warm is your teeth states emme a weird wait a moment while we back that will not been give another shot dude banks how things are coming out on sunday night what game of thrones game of thrones bizarre it's the season premiere of game of thrones that's right everybody's favorite a bell the toilet little game i like lake called them i gotta make it on time you know folks is honey well here's out of town and do my tight five on toilets so what do we do on this podcast graham this is the pike we watch a bad movie and then we talk about it that sounds like fine let's do that the okay well we're going to watch right now start at the dvd player okay k and we must shift learnable dvd player and talk about a different movie than the one we talked about tonight i know i put a call out on the social media platt's asking her those oliver platt yeah asking for recommendations for a movie we should watch and i delivered them all to dan yeah and he just put him who garbage.

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"great wall" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"great wall" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"It's not being extracted by these these third fourth fifth at parties so for me i am on optimistic of being able to reduce the amount frictions intermediaries involved in the process of handling finance to give a number of another number other defend reserve published a paper last year on on the amount of payment therion summit transactions to take place each year extradicted alleged paper but they they mentioned six hundred million in the us olympic six hundred million payment fearing his helmet transactions that take place every single day in the us uh worth north of ten trillion dollars a glove trillion dollars in a paper e amassing the with the value should or should not be but there's a set of bit soon set of of money being extracted from all those transactions if you could reduce that sues lidl's possible then you're you're basically allowing uh those who are least capable of buying or selling or treating uh money across note it commerce commercial entity so i i don't want to make this plug financial inclusion uh because i think that that's been a very much abuse of index circles you go to all these different events ceo inspector currencies are blockchain's you're going to solve in a financial you seen a each grow your eyes because you've you've heard all these people stand up and say all we're gonna save people in africa from these transaction fees nobody number one really does that there's one one guy i know uh in the philippines ron who's who does do that i am i cannot dorsey is company coins up that h but he general he could have sat out year in the bay area dhs cushy office tweeting all day but he's down in the ground pounding the payment trying to build out actual utility for people who don't have uh uh existing infrastructure that unite enjoy in the developed world so my point with all that is optimistic that uh despite all the hype in the mania the when the dust settles the we'll be genuine reduction of frictions and in intermediaries.

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"great wall" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

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02:04 min | 2 years ago

"great wall" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"Nestle nesselbush shirt for france on the inner sites ingress again on the uh on that momentum to have that um so we as the uh why is it taking so long to go from concept the pilot stage others a couple of different reasons in fact if you if you wanna have on your show i recommend reunions and guys like uh clark thompson he uh he doesn't look via the the projects over or three in new york on he was the first person to explain you know the pmi stuff to be uh a couple of years ago uh he urged is or your halfnaked years ago south pfi as principles for financial mark infrastructure it's these list of recommendations for if you're gonna build out mission critical infrastructure for regulated financial institutions west you that look like how through that uh hockey do it sits deuces risksensitive increase risks because it did this was these were formally formalized i'll after the the financial crisis uh so that way to help at least on the infrastructure side prevent a you know mystically snowball domino effect and of problems of entire systems going down in case contagion to place and it was um i think the uh just touching legacy infrastructure uh your these institutions like the gcc uh or any of these central banks uh that exist they have infrastructure that the can't just trim off and you can't just put your your code or your network were jordan since you're trying to sell into institution um you can't just trying it on and put everything in production of that you have to have run things in parallel uh so just from a capital standpoint to go from that first meeting with an institution like to dc six year central bank uh and then get them to approve a peo syrup hawk uh and then have that peo c a new check all the marks go through committees to have them know bring up highlight other issues to do in a second.

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