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Hasbro, Mattel Say Toy Boom Isn't a One-Off

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

04:06 min | 4 months ago

Hasbro, Mattel Say Toy Boom Isn't a One-Off

"Last night. We got a terrific from the tell. That's the iconic toymaker. What happens the soccer name. No kidding it actually said because day reminding. Managers found hard to get excited too worried about the ready crew. Gresley bidding up the canvas stocks. But make no mistake. Mattel's doing great. Ceo on crisis orchestrated effort. -nificant turnaround here. And let's have got yet another confidence-inspiring aspiring quarter. The country poorer top and bottom line with bush guide for twenty twenty one in response suck actually spiked. Three percent in early trading. Getting dragged down by the on weeds. What i'm calling the rest of the market. So could this really have room to run. Let's take a closer look with you on crises. The turnaround orders chairman. Ceo patel real. These results michigan. Welcome back demand money. Jim it's great to be here in on your manager word when things weren't doing waste things weren't doing well when things that down very low you said things are starting to get better. This was the finest fourth quarter in fifteen years despite a worldwide pandemic. Talmadge do it. Yes jim this was an exceptional quarter for mattel without best performance in years with strong consumer demand and another milestone near for the company for the second quarter in a row which have double digit sales growth without grace. The industry in gain share on a global basis but are results excited expectation on many levels with the highest fourth quarter growth in fifteen years as you said with a significant increase in profitability with a full year operating income. That was two and a half times higher than than last year. But this is not just about the quarter or the year. It's about a multi year strategy that is tracking very well which puts us on in a strong position to continue to increase profitability and etc growth. In two thousand twenty one and beyond what i liked about it but these were all fantastic numbers but you told me one day jim this company which has terrible cash flow can make fortunes on everything that it does put out so when barbie has a plus eighteen percent quarter number one toy property globally in twenty twenty doll- but boy you're making a lot more money off each barbie even though they're more interesting fascinating diverse inclusive than any of the line. At that i've ever seen as we made significant progress improving. Our ability. Gross margin has increased for the tenth consecutive quarter. And this is only getting better and stronger in terms of cash flow if you look at the journey that we've achieved last three years. Gross margin improved over. Eleven hundred points are cash flow improved by almost five hundred million dollars and our operating income is up more than six hundred and fifty million dollars so very strong performance on the bottom line. And we're making good progress on the top line as well. This was the second quarter in the row where we improve our top line by double digit. You're making it look easy. There was a time. When i first met who. I looked at your balance sheet and i question you're you're not your visibility your viability. The viability certainly taken off the table. Visibilities take off the table. At this point. I now have to wonder. You've got this great balance sheet now. I mean really is you've delivered. You have the number one of the industry you ever. American girl turnaround. Is it time to do something. Even were used something. The entertainment industry that you used to be king of come on free cash flow has steadily improved over the last three years we went from a negative three hundred and twenty five million dollars in two thousand seventeen to a positive one hundred and sixty seven million dollars this year going forward will will be focused on converting an increasing percentage of our ebitda into free cash flow and as we've previously stated we intend to utilize cash to reduce our debt and improve on balance sheet even further given the expectation for higher and more asian of cash. We expect to Continue to reduce our leverage ratio. And make our way towards an investment grade rating.

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"gresley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"gresley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"They trust lawful once for me Gresley and sometimes several law and they wouldn't because they want you to go right like for him and I hate it they'll probably lose some France and Russia because they were very rude it's time when I was trying to tell them please stay home really and what did they set up yeah they just believe in this conspiracy theorist it's always a complicated to find the truth press to Arizona state in Brazil hello Tatjana hi a cherry tree covered almost entirely by the Amazon rainforest this is now the best weather everywhere you can have probably in the world at my feet where at the end of the Amazon winter this is the volume of rains beautiful right thanks Jana is usually based analysis the state capital but since the pandemic she's left the city and is now two hundred kilometers north east in a small town on the banks of the Rio Negro normally and not in my house we would have like thirty thirty five burial in this main cemetery and we we are reached a hundred and twenty eight hundred and fourteen and it's it's it's very very annoying how many people are dying I'm very privileged for the president context and the moment I am secretary.

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"gresley" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"gresley" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"You know stories last hour other than a sane and right in front it would also seriously but there's nothing wrong with anything I just said it's a virtual certainty even wrong with it eight eight nine four one tags Joe pags dot com the entire crew here glad to have you along for the ride a couple of stories we we like beating up a Gretchen Whitmer because she's the maybe the worst governors in the country maybe although initially in in Washington state gonna tell you he makes it a close close race what Gretchen Whitmer just I mean she's a mess talking my brother Walter who's a painter in Michigan and he said no you can't buy paint at Walmart all you go to Walmart but he says you can go and buy pizza page store okay what makes no sense at all now the whole crazy so so what go to go to a fertilizer storage can buy fertilizer in NC for the Gresley hit but Walmart who sits around with his office would you pick an old phone let's say no to the pizza at Walmart but the paint store could be open what so what we're story because she's a whole new technological she's a horrible cover Hey we've got that for you and we also have a dip Lazio story because a in this is the question what looks double stories in all ask the question about the blog zero okay I think that'll be the good of the work we were asked for phone calls because hello I are you still casting would you call three one one and send it send a picture through text telling on your neighbor or on somebody who went to the store to the church or something so I asked that question for those were calling it if you don't mind give me with her first okay this is from the blaze Michigan democratic governor Gretchen Whitmer awarded coveted corona virus contact tracing operation contracts to two democratic consulting firms then later rescinded the agreements after revealed her campaign had a relationship with one of the firms what was the what was administration.

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"gresley" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"gresley" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Interesting based on what we've seen so far health quickly due to expect this virus to spread throughout the United States let me how may refer to two of the experts details about these clustered in Washington state a Sheffield I think the important thing is the secretary said from the beginning we've anticipated to see community cases pop up and now we have a number of new community cases which the health departments are Gresley evaluating to see if they can understand the linkage who the contacts houses virus spreading and I think the American public should rest assured we have one of the finest public health model programs in the world when you look at the state local territorial so we're going to continue to see these cases as a consequence of them doing their job and we're gonna use the public health strategies that we can to limit that transmission and I think we should focus on that right now we're still working very hard in trying to contain these community outbreaks but as the secretary has said we are blending that now with very strategic mitigation strategies that so so just on the school something I said the other day there are two aspects of this case is coming in and then controlling the situation of the spread of what's already in here and there are two things that are going on is the kind of restrictions of travel to areas with their hot spots in the rest of the world just like the original in addition of travel here with China I think it's gonna mitigate against the question of the widespread and the contact tracing in the isolation that's very aggressively going on I mean we hope you can never predict a hundred percent of anything but I think what's going on right now with the CDC and particularly the state and local health authorities it's going to really I think get us through this see that's something I learned I learned along the way is that when we when we have cases that emerge state and local health officials are in the lead but CDC is on the ground immediately helping to identify.

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Headway Is Being Made But We cant slow down in race to end deadly Ebola outbreak in DR Congo,

UN News

12:45 min | 1 year ago

Headway Is Being Made But We cant slow down in race to end deadly Ebola outbreak in DR Congo,

"Is Connor Lennon from UN news. There are positive signs that the government's lead effort to end the deadly Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo has turned the corner but there's no room for complacency. That's according to the. UN's emergency Ebola Response Coordinator David Gresley who was at U N headquarters on Wednesday used to take part in a ministerial level meeting to assess the more than year long efforts to end the second worst outbreak Evan he spoke to UN uses Matt Wells well. I think we're we're kind of at a more promising place than we certainly were a few months ago. When we saw a number of attacks against Ebola responders particularly in the city of Timbo uh things have advanced I think the main difference now is that not only as a greater security for responders input Timbo outside with Tim O. Vinnie. There are a lot of areas that were inaccessible in the past where where a lot of groundwork has been done to try to gain community acceptance for the response which has had a very positive impact getting into areas where the viruses circulated on a regular basis has allowed an effective response to to follow and we're seeing the cases decline and in some cases dramatically from very high levels down to practically zero so I'm increasingly optimistic with what we see in the Beanie Timbo area. We just need to see this extended to other areas where we're seeing the virus continued to circulate now a lot of different parts of the UN are are involved in this effort from health officials nice to to blue helmets from the mission is the response is joined up and as coordinated as it needs to be from your perspective. Well coordination is always a work in progress so I think it's it's coming along like I would like it to There's always more that you can work together on that. We continue to find ways to collaborate share information but I think there's a good good good spirit and I think the most important thing is that we've been able to drive that coordination down to to the lowest level where whereas most effective it's really the people on the ground that make the difference so whether it's. who or it's UNICEF effort the World Food Programme UNDP UNFPA all involved on this I o M is involved evolved on this We're seeing really good collaboration we WANNA bring our NGO partners on board all of course supporting the government of DRC who continues is to leave this response and and we're seeing I particularly I would cite the city of coordination there where I really think that has come together very nicely and it's also where we're seeing the lowest level of transmission despite the fact that this is where the epidemic generally began Health Organization chief Doc tendrils said on Wednesday the risk of spreading across the border of DRC was still high. What are you doing to try and help. This effort to limit at the risk of the way to do that of course is to eliminate the virus itself this is a very very urban area. people are surprised to hear the Timbale. Oh has more than a million people at these are large cities and it's important to understand that it's also very mobile population which allows movement between Benny Kimball but also to Ugandan border to Goma quite quite easily one or two day trip very routine and that that becomes the problem so what needs to be done is two or three three things is good preparedness around the border areas good preparedness in provinces adjacent in case the virus gets into that area. wore importantly is really just dry up the source of the virus in that central area. That's been feeding into the Ugandan border feeding into Goma and then the threat will go down. Considerably on vaccination has been some criticism. UN responses being too cautious to selective and their needs now to be a much wider wide a program initiated. What what's your view on the right way on that now. Well obviously vaccinations are very useful to think is also important to note. That vaccination by itself is probably not sufficient to end the epidemic. It can put a brake on on the spread slow it down but I in itself is probably not gonNA stop the epidemic but also also saves lives that's extremely important so that the best use of the vaccine is a constantly evolving question how best utilize that which populations are at greatest risk and I think as as Dr Tendrils says we learn as we go along as we adapt as we see the situation as new tools become available like therapeutics extremely extremely important tool to add to the arsenal against Ebola a bit by bit. We're making a bullet into a more normalized disease. and I think ultimately ultimately what we would like to see is that the bullet treatment centers themselves be seen as a place where you go to get cured of Bulla not die every bullet which is often the perception that totally turns and transforms the psychological aspect of bill as a disease. I mean Katie there have been some serious obstacles to be able to reach suspected suitcases and bill to clamp down on this outbreak most obviously the the ongoing violence at the hands of armed groups and the Phibro political situation in that region engine house the effort going there and in terms of countering that and also how successful the effort to try and win hearts and minds of people to get the trust of local people especially in rural communities where they are quite understand very very distrustful pretty much anybody in authority on the political side of the election of president. She's Katie with a long ways to offsetting the the politicization of Boll back at the end of last year when people have been put timber were not allowed to vote for the presidency and there's a I take a new opportunity and and you see it even talking with local militia groups of an interest in finding a reconciliation with the government in a way to move forward. It's very early early in that process but it's a different attitude at this point in time that makes it a little bit easier to work with so I think all the political side some very positive things now on the on the security side. It's a little bit different different. That's a mix you have on the one hand the Allied Defense Forces a Ugandan led group. That's based in the DRC has used extreme means of of attack only military police targets civilian as well terrorist acts basically and killing tens and sometimes hundreds of people full That's a very serious threat that disrupted the response late last year that has been less of a problem since MANISCO together with the Congolese army led a an offensive against the group in late last year November which pushed them back far enough to longer and have a direct impact but they remain in ongoing danger to the response and military action will still be required to keep keep them at bay the more domestic militia groups groups locally known as my my are different kind of threat they they are very much embedded in the communities. They're not in opposition to the communities and they are very suspicious and distrustful of national security forces which is where a problem comes often in the communities. There's a big distrust over over the Bulla response itself so it's a difficult combination but not an impossible and and engagement of the right people who have influence over leaders of these groups can make a difference to try to open up access quite frankly where Ebola has circulated for a period of weeks six people have died from Bulla that to demystify and takes the myth away because people see real and then then it's another opportunity for engagements very tragic way for that to happen but what we're seeing particularly benefit timbo areas that many of the areas that were inaccessible where there was transmission one by one or opening up with acceptance and that's the key is acceptance. It's not overcoming insecurity with acceptance you get security with acceptance you get the ability to treat people people with acceptance you get to bring this to an end most recently in in the city of Benny there was one area health area that had the highest rate of transmission of any healthier in the country twice that of the second highest that was only a matter of weeks ago at the beginning of August by middle middle of August with a lot of work on the ground with governments and an NGO and UN support that area opened up to full acceptance now. There's hardly any case of Ebola there in one by one. We're seeing these health areas come around for that. and that's leading to what we're seeing on. The dramatic decline in cases is between Benny and Timbo the very area that fed all these other localities in Uganda Goma on the Rwandan border and South Cube so we need to they do now the same province which is now has the largest number of cases in the country to gain the confidence and acceptance of populations there that's incomplete and that I work at least intensifies we can protect those communities but also prevents the spread east and West from tour. I mean that's a real threat as we speak today today. So what more support what will help does the government and the UN led response needed a stage from the international community. I think first of all it's important to note the the the technical leadership of government for the EVOLA response is extremely well qualified. They know he bulla as well as anybody. In the world led by Professor William Bay so they have the technical expertise what's required is the kind of support that I've described of course financial support ongoing support and coordination locally. I think is important. The neutrality and impartiality the peacekeeping force brings national security forces often cannot bring in that kind of environment. These are all different aspects that that are important. I what I think we need to see as well as a continued improvement and preparedness sadness both in the country and outside we really don't want this to spread any further and if the the important thing is to detect early if you detect early rapid response as possible and you close it down very very quickly so we need to make sure that happens and the and the other thing is really required. Is there still areas that are inaccessible where there's no known transmission but we're not sure because we're not there isn't endemic diseases yeah well. It's not there's no evidence that it's in these areas but we should be there to make sure it has not come in and circulating quietly secondly it would be good to get into these areas in the event that infection does come into that area better to be there ahead of time working with communities supporting them in other ways so that when the infection does come where a far better position to deal with quickly quickly rather than allowing to come up as another hot spot possible the international emergency state status that the disease has now the outbreak has it at this point that that could be lifted some time in the in the near future as soon as it's a radically aided and it's clear that it's it's a radical that of course that will be lifted at the appropriate time I think we have several well several weeks at a minimum to go. We need to get probably well into the end of the year. There's a forty two day period at at the end of the last case before. It's finally declared so we're we're weeks and weeks away from that one thing. That's not require right now is complacency. Success is good but it's incomplete and it's always at risk and we can see an explosion of cases if we if we stop the the kind of support that's going on. We need to be everywhere all the the time with everything going so we just need that kind of support internationally to keep going until we finish the job one last thing. I would think that's important is that we need to start thinking about the postie bullet period. It's not too early to do that. We need to start thinking what we're going to do to support number one survivors because they will continue to have health problems after this is over secondly. There's the possibility that they still carry residual amounts of the virus. You can have a new cases uses. come up later on so the surveillance system needs to be there to make sure that that's detective quickly probably more importantly is the recovery of the of the systems on the ground whether it's health education have been affected by this and then a broader support to the public health system. The bulla outbreak of nature of this outbreak is a function of poor governance and poor public health systems. If those causes are not dealt with effectively then this the whole thing could happen once again so we have to the root cause of why this became such a large epidemic.

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Disbelief, dysfunction, disaster: Congos Ebola outbreak

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:28 min | 2 years ago

Disbelief, dysfunction, disaster: Congos Ebola outbreak

"A year ago today an outbreak of Ebola began in Congo. It's grown into the second worst anywhere ever. Some two thousand six hundred people have been diagnosed of whom about two-thirds of died last month. The the World Health Organization declared a global emergency fearing further spread to neighboring countries the challenges of fighting the outbreak are telling of the broader troubles of this vast unstable stable country. We were in Congo pursuing Barati of story but one of the things particularly interested me was looking at the east of the country the parts that are afflicted both by Bola and by Conflict Robert Guests is the economists foreign The volcanoes is surprisingly thinly populated and you see visible signs of rebels of militiamen hiding in the bush. You See <hes> illegal thumbs in in in in nature parks. What you don't see is paved roads through hardly any in Congo and quite often when you're flying places. You don't see much in the way of light either. There are whole cities of a million also the don't have grid electricity and you see their checkpoints on on bridges where people made to wash their feet and the hands to try to stop the spread of the disease so how can <hes> a proper response to the Ebola crisis happened in a place that has so little infrastructure structure what you can do is you can spot people who have high temperatures put them under observation test them to see if they develop a burger if they do you isolate them you can put them behind and <hes> clear plastic whether their families can visit them and see them but where they went catch anything from them and then if someone does have Ebola you track all the people they've been in contact with you. Ask them you find out so you you you have to emphasize the people that they can be cured. If you get an umbrella treatment center within a couple of days as of contracting the disease you have more than ninety percent chance of being cured but if you wait until the diseases is fully fully developed after a couple of weeks you all very he probably going to die so it's essential that you get that quickly and that's very hard place like Congo whether a very few good roads on what roads that other often gunman blocking them and so a gunman on the roads are are connected to what you're really there for the the attacks on the clinics absolutely might colleague Iraq London. I flew into Tembo to talk to the people at the clinic said there had been burned down now. You might think that's bizarre thing for anyone to do but nonetheless there have been like like two hundred attacks so far this year on the workers and clinics and it's actually quite common for the gunman to destroy these places. Dr Who'd been there when one of the clinics were burned down. What was it the Dalai is talking to and she overheard the attackers explaining if you liked what they would do to set up a ski sponsor this should Vicky? They were accusing the health workers of enriching themselves two why would they why would they think that doctors trying to solve. This disease are enriching themselves off the people in the voters. Don't believe that Bowler Israel they think it's something that's been made up their intensely suspicious both of their own government which is always oppressed them and of outsiders they've been invaded and brutalized many times they assume that people in power are using their power to steal money and so when they see these foreigners coming in and big full by fours fours and armoured escorts and with clearly lots of money they assume that anyone working in it must be profiteering and some of the local warlords and politicians are. A keen to encourage these kind of dangerous myths because they want peace at the action and today we believe stirrup attacks against a bullock clinics clinics to punish and deter and if the NGOs who make it too difficult for them to get a piece of the action to get a piece of the money that's coming in and propagate the myth that Ebola isn't even real yes which David Gresley the U._N.'s Big Honcho coordinating the response and and he talked about another conspiracy theory this came about in part because of the postponement of the elections here in the communities affected by a bullet the end of December last year this is during the presidential election action and this was perceived by many because the rationale was was that it was due to the epidemic that bullet was manufactured as an excuse to deny them the right to vote for the presidency in fact they were not able to vote for president that was a source of much misinformation disinformation by political local leaders who who wanted to emphasize that so there is this resentment. There is <hes> this this misinformation about the the virus itself there is this lack of infrastructure. There is ongoing violence including against the very people who are trying to solve this. I mean as someone who's been there. What what do you think should be done? How could this be perfect? All the time. The thousands and thousands of people being killed in Congo's various civil laws. The world didn't pay very much attention. They imagined that it wouldn't affect them now. The other epidemic has shown that insecurity in Congo does have consequences for the outside world. Finally people are starting to pay attention but it'd be great if they pay attention to the underlying causes of why it's so difficult to stop a boater epidemics in the country where it an interesting political cove point in Congo now they've had an appalling larcenous dictatorship for the past eighteen years under President Joseph Kabila and the good news is that he's not president anymore the bad news is that the guy who's replaced him Felix. She's a Katie didn't win the election. In December the was a stitch up and there's now a kind of power struggle between the president and the current president and there's an opportunity because it's effectively a new regime for the outside world the have some influence here and it's up to the outside world to be in there to push them in the right direction to give technical advice to help with sudden emergencies like Kit Bowler to keep the U._N.. Peacekeeping Forces keeping a lid on the east of the country where the government doesn't really control what's happening and to hope that we can push the country in a direction frankly the Congolese people want to go but what about right now the World Health Organization has declared this as a global emergency today. There's news that Rwanda is is taking steps to close its border with Congo. What's the smartest policy at this point the knee jerk response from a lot of people in the outside world as to say that if you've got a boater over in one place let's seal the borders and stop it from getting out? That's exactly the wrong thing to do. I you can't possibly seal the borders of gigantic and ill-governed place like Congo. What you do is you would make people who wanted to get somewhere to their secretly is very easy to do and then you can't keep track of them? The way you stop something like Ebola going around as you keep track of WHO's going where and if you catch someone at a border crossing at a checkpoint who's got a very high fever diva. You can check to see if they've got bowler and then you can trace all the people that they've touched if

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Congo Official Says 2nd Ebola Victim in Goma Has Died

UN News

01:37 min | 2 years ago

Congo Official Says 2nd Ebola Victim in Goma Has Died

"U N officials tasked with controlling the Ebola outbreak in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo or Oh d._R._C. have responded to choose as confirmation of a second case of Ebola in Goma a major trading town near the border with neighboring Rwanda which resulted resulted in the death of the patient on Wednesday David Gresley the U._N.. Ebola Emergency Response Coordinator Calling for a strong resilient health system to avoid a resurgence of the disease in D._R._C.. The senior officials stated that there is no evidence that the the second case in Goma is linked to the first confirmed case speaking at a W._H._o.. Press Conference Dokes Michael Ryan the head of the agency's health emergencies emergencies program explain why it was important to investigate when the latest victim became infected establishing when he became sick also allows us is to establish whether he may have been exposed. We triangulate that with his geographic location at that time we have more information whereas potential exposures were will be based on the follow up investigations today that we'll be able to get more precise on this potential exposures but at this point we have no specific information regarding Bullock Ace

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Ebola outbreak in Congo declared a global health emergency

KQED Radio Show

04:02 min | 2 years ago

Ebola outbreak in Congo declared a global health emergency

"An outbreak of Ebola is taking a terrible toll in the Democratic Republic of Congo more than one thousand six hundred people have died and twelve new cases are being reported every day now the World Health Organization says this is an international health emergency David Gresley is the U. N.'s Ebola emergency response coordinator he's on the ground in the P. R. C. now he's been working with the W. H. O. and other organizations and governments to stop the spread of this outbreak good morning Mister Grassley good morning so the W. H. O. had the opportunity to declare this symbol outbreak of global health emergency a couple times they did not it but now they have what does that do for your efforts to stop the virus from spreading well I I think it highlights to to everyone in the region and internationally the seriousness of the out break here it's been going on now for fifteen months it was only discovered twelve months ago but it's been going on for fifteen months and we're seeing infections move into into Goma more recently but we have cases going into Uganda in another case getting close to the border of south Sudan so was largely confined to the area yeah in north key will any three provinces he keeps moving out to different areas and always a risk for a new chain of transmission to start so I think that's where the real threat to the concern is that if you go much further than it has up until now hello yeah let me ask you about the city of Goma because we have the first case confirmed they're gonna is a Congolese city on the border with Rwanda about a million people live there it's a big place how much of a problem is this well it will be a problem if there is a continuation of the transmission from the case that came to Goma obviously lot of every has just been done over the last forty eight hours to to try to ensure that there's no further transmission from the patient who came into Goma a lot of contact tracing and lacks a nation those who were in contact no only in Goma but on the path that he took from Betty Boop Tembo all all the way into coma so that's I seem to be going quite well is gone up to guarantee there will be for the transmission but if there were a further transmissions a large city it has access it's got International Airport it's got access throughout the Congo it's a busy airport there and it's a big commercial center of course is a lot of movement across the border into Rwanda and into East Africa so it remains a threat if you were to be established in Goma of course we as I said we're doing everything we can to make sure that that doesn't that doesn't happen that the transmission of stopping that patient I want to ask you that this vaccine that you mentioned I know that it has had some success in slowing the outbreak to all of the areas affected have access to that vaccine absolutely what is happening in each time there's a case than those who have been in contact with that patient family members health workers are vaccine offered the opportunity vaccine nobody's forced to take the vaccination and secondly there's what's called our fire ng system that was put around cities of vaccination contracts many people more broadly to try to slow the movement to to other parts of the country and that has been I think a successful not in a rally kidding but containing the virus into the into the general area that stands for the last twelve months in the seconds we have left how much longer do you think it'll be before this outbreak is contained it will take a long time to really see this through even to get down to zero cases the possibility of new cases coming up it is real because it stays in people's blood and you can get the transmission David Grassley you ends Ebola emergency response

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"gresley" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"gresley" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This be the fourth time that I've been involved in outbreak, three here in the Congo. And once in Mali, final expert, witness David Gresley, he's the UN chief on A Bola tasked with coordinating the international response to curb the spread of the disease. The current outbreak. He says is different from anything experienced before, I don't think anybody has faced this kind of a challenge in Buller response in this level of complexity, to stop the spread of the epidemic they Tim's need to be identified quickly and an area isolated. And you have to do that without interruption. The problem for teams on the ground right now is that there's been many, many different things have interrupted the response and have created opportunities for the virus to continue to propagate and it's not just because of political insecurity and attacks. On health centers could be anything from a political protest to delay payments and salaries lack of understanding of the disease, which is often the case in the beginning where people don't understand what he is. And why it's so important compared to other diseases that they face like malaria, which kills more people than Bulla, or even measles, which is now a major outbreak in the country in his experience. He says, people face at dilemma before they even get to a health centre or identified as needing vaccine. They're caught between violence on the one side coming to them, any Bulla on the other side. And they really in my mind symbolized, the complexity of fan, how difficult it is for individuals to know what to do to save themselves to save their loved ones with decision to take I leave is it better to leave to save my life from someone who might attack or to stay.

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Tembo, Ebola And Congo discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

03:51 min | 2 years ago

Tembo, Ebola And Congo discussed on All Things Considered

"The number of A Bola cases and the Democratic Republic of Congo spiraled past two thousand this week, one reason is healthcare workers. Trying to curb the ten month outbreak have faced repeated attacks. Some of this violence is at the hands of community members who don't trust the government and by extension the health workers officials, though, are now acknowledging a bigger problem that political and business leaders may be behind some of the most serious attacks and Pearson read Eisenman explains. The current hotspot of this outbreak is the city of boot Tembo. It's a longtime stronghold of opposition to Congo's national government and last December national officials announced that Tembo would not get to vote in presidential elections. That month the justification Ebola made it too dangerous for people to gather at the polls, a seminal, turning point. It's that one REBA is emergency coordinator for the aid group International Rescue Committee. They've got Ebola response teams working at health centers across Tembo. He says, at the time, people, there were already wondering if the outbreak was just a ploy by the national government to drum up foreign aid money. You're even infect communities hostile to the government with the voting ban. I think we lost a large swath of the people of Tembo at that point, because that confirmed all those theories that said, this was all about politics. This was all about power plague ever since the violence has surged Ebola teams will arrive in a neighborhood to vaccinate people or berry body and people just spontaneously attack. People are reading, seething, but beginning in late February. There's also been a step up in violence, that is obviously well, coordinated multiple times gunmen have shot up people at treatment centers and health clinics. And on April nineteenth a group stormed into a hospital where any bulletin was meeting and killed an epidemiologist with the World, Health Organization six members of rebels eight group were caught up in that attack three away to get out quickly Hiba me were trapped for several hours in this part of Congo. There are dozens of rebel militias national authorities have blamed his militias for the organized attacks even arrested some of their members. But there's a widely held view that the responsibile. Pretty goes further. This is it's very sensitive. There's yeah, very powerful people involved. It's possible. These militias are guns for hire or collaborators with local political or business leaders who are using the outbreak for their own gain, some of these groups might even be linked to the national government last week, the United Nations appointed a special emergency Ebola response coordinator to essentially get to the bottom of this. They tapped, David Gresley who had been second in command of the UN mission in Congo, which includes a massive peacekeeping force. He says these militias are in meshed in the politics and economy of Tambo. So they have linkages to local traditional leaders local politicians and Gresley says some of these power players have been actively spreading the anti-bullying rumors with during the presidential elections in December and parliamentary elections in March. There are those who want to make use of that distrust. That's already there. Air to Vance a political agenda and agenda that could be as simple as wanting to keep the government out of territories where these leaders are running lucrative criminal enterprises. They may be using Bulla as a tool to keep the community hostile to the government and therefore out of the way. So what can the u n do grisly says he'll try to mediate between the government the militias and local leaders. So this is what we have to sort out and make sure that we're not rubbing up against interest in, in such a negative way that provokes response. But one thing is cleared him this violence is not a simple matter of

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News in Brief 4 June 2019

UN News

04:18 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 4 June 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations thousands of acres of crops have been destroyed in serious. It live and north hammer amid ongoing deadly violence, the World Food Program or WFP said on Tuesday in a cool to the warring parties to stop using food security, to hold people hostage in Geneva. WFP spokesperson over who soil expressed alarm the humanitarian crisis in the northwest and opposition held en Clave way government, led military operation escalated in late April delivered or break in violence in Italy in not at ama- is lift dozens of casualties burn. Civill Tarzan's, Akkas, vital costs and farmland and forced at least two young doctors and people to flee the OEMs these not acceptable to take one more time to civilian population in ostrich. Mr. who souls, comments follow reports of aerial attacks on Monday that killed six civilians. The latest victims in more than eight years of war that have claimed hundreds of thousands of lives destroyed hospitals and forced millions to flee to respond to the three million people in north hammer. It lip and rural western Aleppo who were trapped by conflict WFP announced that it intends to scale up aid to reach eight hundred twenty three thousand people this month. This is in addition to the two hundred thousand newly displaced people that the agency has already reached with monthly emergency rations thousands of men, women and children face at Dr conditions at detention centres for migrants in Libya, the UN refugee agency has said warning that vulnerable people are being sent to them faster than it can secure their release. According to UNHCR the country's coastguard, rescued or intercepted, some twelve hundred people in may alone, from the Mediterranean before bringing them back to shore. That's more than for the whole of two thousand nineteen the development follows ongoing conflict in and around the outskirts of. Tripoli instigated by the self-styled, Libyan national army forces of general Kelly for after who leads a parallel administration in the eastern city of Benghazi. Here's UNHCR spokesperson baba Balak, describing the situation at Zinzan detention center, south of Libya's capital, Tripoli condition is in town are dire toilets are overflowing and are in urgent need of repair as a result, solid waste and garbage has piled up inside the cell for days and presents a serious health threat tensions amongst the detainees arising, as they become increasingly educated and desperate in total six hundred and fifty four effigies and Megan's remain held in the intent detention center on Tuesday UNHCR reported that it had moved ninety six people out of zinn. They were from Somalia era trail, and and included to newborns. And finally to the Democratic Republic of. The Congo or DRC where the World Health Organization has expressed frustration at insecurity challenges as the number of cases of Ebola virus disease has now passed two thousand since the beginning of the outbreak last August more than thirteen hundred and forty people have died. The UN response has been hampered by attacks by armed groups protests and demonstrations, including one in April that killed a WHM, medic Valerie Masuko Cuban in Battambang. Oh, here's at WHO spokesperson, Tarik, jazz, Revich, who is another sad and frustrating milestone the security is holding the response every time there is a incident where some of them are major, some of them are minor, some of them target evola responders, some of them don't. But every time there is a security incident, we are not able to provide services and go into into community. We are not able to vaccinate Renner table to treat those who are ill. We are not able to follow up on those who may have been. Posed to verse development follows last week's appointment of a U and Ebola response chief, David Gresley, who is also deputy, head of u n stabilization mission in the DRC Manisco. Daniel Johnson, UN news.

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New emergency Ebola response chief in DR Congo promises more listening, to end frequent interruptions in fightback

UN News

08:57 min | 2 years ago

New emergency Ebola response chief in DR Congo promises more listening, to end frequent interruptions in fightback

"Newly appointed UN Ebola response chief in the Democratic Republic of the Congo DRC has promised to listen more to the fears and concerns of local people in a bid to end frequent interruptions, hampering the fight against the deadly virus response coordinator, David Gresley, who's also deputy, head of u n stabilization mission in the DRC Manisco told you a news that violence by numerous armed groups protests and demonstrations together with political mistrust had adversely affected the government and World Health Organization, led response, one thousand two hundred eighty died in the country's worst ever outbreak. Mr. Gresley is heading to the epicenter pretend bow to work closely with partners and local leaders to finally contain the outbreak. He spoke to you and uses Christina Silveira, it's a very serious situation on the ground were quite worried about the situation is continued for now. Ten months in terms of the response. But the democ has been circulating for over a year now. And one of the key problems that we've seen on the ground is that there have been frequent interruptions in the response, which gives a virus a chance to multiply and usually tend to days to two weeks later. We see a sharp increase after these interruptions, due to sometimes protests, sometimes attacks, physical attacks and demonstrations, override things that have disrupted the the response, and it's important to understand why the, the attacks are happening. Why protests are happening at cetera so that we can find a way to sustain a response in a way that it's not interrupted. And so that we can bring it to, to, to close. The virus doesn't care. We cannot just use a technical approach to the response to be eight show, a ministry of health in particular have the skills for that. They have the means on the ground for that. But it's not enough by itself. And you need a larger response, they deals with the issues that I've described of security, and resistance. If you're going to finally put an end to this epidemic. So B U N has announced that it's strengthening its operations and its strategy. You've been appointed coordinator for the urgent response against Bola. What are the changes that are going to be made on the ground? Is it just a merely of positions? No, that's not the intent at all the, the, the intent is to strengthen the broader support the technical response led by the ministry of health supported by WHO will certainly continue. But what will be put in place is a reinforced structure that will be looking at the security issues, the resistance issues more closely, and that will require a much closer work with a local population. He'll communities traditional leaders to understand where their concerns are why there might be resistance and build the confidence of the community and the support most importantly, so that we can create an environment allows the responders to do their job. And to bring this thing to an end. It's also a question of, of making sure that the people who may have been in contact with victims of, of Ebola are dente, fide and monitored in terms of their own health, and if they become ill that they can receive treatment that's, that's the key to actually breaking the transmission of Ebola. But when that is disrupted, and are those the and that tracking is lost, then the virus will continue to circulate we're fortunate that. It has not gone outside of the immediate area. It's not even covering the whole province. And I think there we have to think the very good efforts for vaccination has gone on that has helped contain it amongst some of the changes, you will be moving the decision making center, the operation center to Timbo the current epicenter, we will be moving the operational decision making to the center of the. Can timbo? I will go there myself, we will build a team around that to reinforce the team that are already there. There are senior UN and, and, and, and ministry of health personnel to ground already. I think we have to recognize that. So this is a compliment to what's already there, but was important is that we have rapid decision making on the ground that's not held up by bureaucracies of various organizations. And that's why the decision was taken to put senior leisurely ground who can take those decisions based upon what they see on a day-to-day basis strategic guidance will stay in concerto regional operations will be based in Goma that does not change, but the day to day response, and the, the adapting to each circumstances, that arise can only be done locally. What are you expecting these changes to mean on the ground concrete concretely for the population for the health workers? And for the attackers, obviously, we wanted to bring the Potomac to close as quickly as possible. But in order to do that. I think what the local community should expect is a much closer engagement on our part with them to understand their fears their expectations to provide clear information about how the epidemic is how it spreads. And how it can be treated and contained these are all extremely important that, that work be accelerated on the ground to, to build that confidence lifting. It'd be listening to the population. That's it. That is exactly it you have to listen to the population. They have to tell us what they're thinking. That's what that engagement means. You don't learn much by talking. You'll learn by by listening. So I think that's extremely important. I think people have been frustrated by the lack of, of being listened to, and, and it's important to overcome that. So that's extremely important. Do you have an idea of what is going on? Why there is so much mistrust, the situation. There is a bit complex of there's been conflict going on. For over twenty years. It's an area of political opposition, historically to, to the government in Incan Shasha. So there's a bit of a version of people coming in from the outside. Secondly, you, you when you see a situation where you have a massive response for one, one issue in this case of Bulla where other issues have been neglected for twenty years, people, ask questions, it's just a natural human thing. And that's some of the things that need to be talked through, and there may be -tunities to address other issues while addressing the ability issue talking about the issue of tax when there's a strong community acceptance and, and, and actual desire for something that, too can help on the security side. He started getting it from. Nation that tells you what, what may or may not happen, and how you may want to operate when that positive relationship is established. And as you as you rightly said earlier, you do that by listening to what people are thinking and feeling then you have the basis to move forward and constructive way. So we need to do this, it takes its own time to do this. We don't have a lot of times we have to find a way to structure that in, in an effective way and have an open door policy that allows that information and that exchange to take place as frequently as required for this to be resolved. You mentioned demonstrations before and political climate, which is usually contentious, or seize Kinshasa as other this area wasn't allowed to participate in the recent elections. Is that that is well they were able to, but only after the three months too late and. And that was a problem because when the announcement was made for the delay in the election in, in, in this in the territories around Binion boot Timbo, it was the reason cited by the, the electoral commission was the -able outbreak, which created a perception that bring me this as a political issue, and not a health issue those relations have now taken place. So that's less of an issue today. But that's only happened at the end of March. So that time period between did create that that perception, and it was unfortunate because I think it contributed to some of the delays and interruptions described.

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News in Brief 23 May 2019

UN News

03:08 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 23 May 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations with the Democratic Republic of the Congo's worst ever ah Bola outbreak now in its tenth month, the UN on Thursday announced measures to strengthen its response with the organizations newly-appointed emergency coordinator, declaring. There is no time to lose its to surge in new cases. The epidemic threatens to spread to other provinces in the east as well as neighboring countries up to the middle of this month. The total number of cases confirmed and probable, according to you, and figures stood at one thousand eight hundred forty seven there have been one thousand two hundred and twenty three deaths while four hundred and eighty seven people have survived the deadly virus the response, his working in an operating environment of unprecedented complexity for a public health emergency said emergency, coordinator, David Gresley, adding that insecurity and political protests have led to periodic disruptions in our efforts to fight the disease. Mr. Grassley also says the deputy chief of the UN stabilization mission for the DRC Manisco, and he'll be working closely with the World, Health Organization and the dias government on the ground who are leading the fight. The UN human rights chief on Thursday, one that the draft Justice and reconciliation Bill making its way through the legislature in El Salvador could result in defacto amnesty for serious human rights violators. High Commissioner, Michelle Bachelet said that if passed as it stands, the transitional and restrictive Justice for national reconciliation Bill will unduly benefit those who were directly responsible for crimes against humanity and war crimes during the country's long civil war of the nine thousand nine hundred and nine hundred ninety s crimes included extra-judicial executions of children, women, and the elderly and forced disappearances torture, sexual violence and other serious violations of international law. The High Commissioner said she said the Bill would also result in impunity, for the masterminds and military leaders who ordered such crimes fail to adopt measures to prevent or stop them. The Bill seeks to suspend prison sentences for everyone who admits responsibility for crimes committed during the conflict replacing the sentences with community service, the UN's first ever global conference on ending the scourge of sexual. Gender-based violence or s GB during humanitarian crises has got underway in the Norwegian capital Oslo the event runs over two days and aims to raise funds and awareness of the acute vulnerability of women and girls to SGB in conflict and the crises that stemmed from it attended by range of countries, you and agencies and leading NGOs, global leaders will be asked to commit to long-term and predictable funding. Mechanisms to protect women following, on from a landmark Security Council resolution last month on ending sexual violence in conflict in an editorial in the UK's, guardian news outlet on Thursday, the head of you and reproductive, health agency, UNFPA, Nattily, conham, and u n relief chief, Mark Lowcock for end to SGB noting that one in three women experienced, physical or sexual abuse in their lifetime, a risk greatly exacerbated during humanitarian crises caused by conflict or natural disasters when law and order collapse, and food water shelter education and health care is scarce. They said millions of women and girls. Become more vulnerable often. Resorting to negative ways of coping such as child marriage and survival sex, Matt wells, UN news.

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"gresley" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"gresley" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Book talks about legal game plan. And when you have a truck, you need a legal game, every crash every incident every trauma, but US specially need it. When you're talking about truck, crushes you need to go after aggressive, the evidence, not let them spoil the evidence change, let them destroy it. Where's the black box GPS systems? Are what was the driver qualification file? And what does it look like where where did he or she get hired where do they come from previous violations? What was your driving record like or were they trained shifting where they trained in air brakes Jake break. Proper adjustment of the brake systems coupling uncoupling procedures. Did they make an inspection of the truck when they took a break? And then they got back in their truck. They check their tires. Did. They check their breaks when they took a break. Will you took a break today at ten o'clock in the morning. Did you check the truck? You're bout to go over mountains, and one of my unbelievable that I just sticks in my mind, ice and snow trucking case. Devastating crash. Devastating injuries shayla was in effect. And the and the driver said, I didn't putting chains on. And the the quote was I ain't gonna wear. No jury. In quote, and the jewelry was the chains. And I ain't gonna wear no jewelry when I drive that truck. And the jury is the chain. So you must have attorneys go after this aggressive Gresley. Do they have speed and space management emergency maneuvers issues? We could talk all day about the talk about two sets of logs. There's always not always most of the time. There's two sets of large. Everybody knows it truck drivers know to companies know what? But ever since the advent of the GPS kind of throws a monkey mention of two laws. Well, the advent of the GPS is helps everybody be able to more closely monitor what's going on. With the truck drivers in what's happening with them. Normally if you find a truck driver who's violating the rules and regulations turn the hours they can be on the road considering the hours they can actually be driving considering the hours between driving into downtime. They're supposed to have. Normally if you find driver this doing that, you can bet that the. Dispatcher the people back at the at the trucking company are where and what they're doing is they to keep two sets long. She keep an accurate set along as far as what you really doing. In those logs help also to identify what how most the truck drivers can get paid in. What the truck drivers doing? And you do another set of logs that they're going to give to the regulators as driving through different checkpoints. And so when they're going through different checkpoints are when they're being monitored by anybody from the federal government or many other entity that is responsible for making sure the trucking is appropriate in their particular jurisdiction or state and that the drivers are following the rules of how much downtime they should have. I mean downtime you're talking about downtime in the truck of a sleeper cab or downtime outside of the truck. Or you're talking about downtime off the job. There's different kinds of downtime. You're going to be talking about. So you've got under stand that these logs. They're very sophisticated. They're going to be identifying what the driver did the. Driver, did it. But you're gonna have a set of logs is being used to Lao? The truck driver fudge what they're doing in the truck drivers doing that. You gotta remember probably the company knows about it. Sometimes they have to fudge it because they're in violation. Sometimes they have to sometimes they look at it. And we told you they get on these truck accidents right away. Many times the truck driver on a crash the people are in the car. He or she doesn't even get out of the truck to go ask how they are. They call the home office was just in a crash. What am I supposed to do? Tell me what I'm supposed to do all kinds of questions and answers, go. What about this? What about you? What about this? And where did you take the brakes and many times he's trucking companies now know where the truckers are because they have systems, but they seem to not be able to produce them. When you want them in many instances, not every instance now you have a devastating injury next up. What about the insurance where does he insurance come from how.

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Russian region declares emergency over polar bear "invasion"

Radio From Hell

01:42 min | 2 years ago

Russian region declares emergency over polar bear "invasion"

"Dozens of Gresley polar bear polar bears have invaded a Russian archipelago who and they're roaming around terrorizing the residents of the village. Now, they're just looking for a coke. Authorities in the Nevada's group of islands declared a state of emergency this week over what they called a mass invasion of polar bears about fifty two of them have made regular visits into the region where three thousand people live since December some displaying aggressive behavior, including attacks on humans said local official Alexander Mnaya in a statement, according to the two encoding to a local press release usually they mass on land. When there is no ice on the sea maniacal said people are scared. They're afraid to leave their homes. Parents are frightened to let their children, go to schools and kindergartens. Another local official said that he has been on the island since one thousand nine hundred eighty three and never seen such a large influx of polar bears. They are. Fearless. They literally are chasing people. He said videos and photos posted on social Russia. Russia and social media say the massive white bears entering and roving around in buildings and at the garbage dump. Bedroll officials have set are set to visit the archipelago to assess the situation if all else fails they may issue licenses to shoot the bears. Yeah. I know.

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"gresley" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"gresley" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Chain law was in effect. And the and the driver said, I didn't putting chains on. And the quote was I ain't gonna wear no jewelry. And in quote, and the jewelry was chains. And I ain't gonna wear no jewelry when I drive that truck. And the jury is the change. So you must have attorneys go after this aggressive Gresley. Do they have speed and space management emergency maneuvers issues? We could talk all day about the ballots talking about two sets of logs. There's always not always most of the time. There's two sets of large. Everybody knows it truck drivers know it to companies know what? But ever since the advent of the GPS system it kinda throws a monkey wrench into the two laws. Well, the advent of the GPS system is helped everybody be able to more closely monitor what's going on. With the truck drivers in what's happening with them. Normally if you find a truck driver who's violating the rules and regulations concern, the hours they can be on the road considering the hours that can actually be driving concerning the hours between driving into downtime. They're supposed to have normally if you find a driver this doing that you can bet that the dispatcher the people back at the at the trucking company are aware of it. And and what they're doing is. They could to keep two sets log she keep an accurate set along as far as what you're really doing. In those logs help also to identify what how most truck drivers going to get paid in. What's truck drivers doing? And you do another set of logs that they're going to give to the regulators as you're driving through different checkpoints. And so when they're going through different checkpoints are when they're being monitored by anybody from the federal government or from any other entity that is responsible for making sure the trucking is appropriate in their particular jurisdiction or state and that the drivers are following the rules of how much downtime they should have. I mean downtime you're talking about downtime in the truck of sleeper cab or downtime outside of the truck. Or you're talking about downtime off the job. There's different kinds of downtime. You're going to be talking about. So you've gotta understand that these logs. They're very sophisticated. They're going to be identifying what the driver did Wednesday driver did it. But you're gonna have a set of logs is being used to lower the truck driver to fudge what they're doing in. When the truck drivers doing that. You gotta remember probably the company knows about it. Sometimes they have to fudge it because they're in violation. Sometimes they have to sometimes they look at it. And we told you they get on these truck action is right away. Many times the truck driver on as a crash.

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2018 in Review: Election Highs and Lows

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:57 min | 2 years ago

2018 in Review: Election Highs and Lows

"Unsurprisingly all things considered the citizens of many countries decided that it was time to put someone else in charge in two thousand eighteen but did they make the right choices on nonstop net. Extra jet that award hundred. I should is a military scientist author and research associate at so SS South Asia institute, she considered the decision of her country Pakistan to elect former cricketer Imran Khan as prime minister. He has really brought about a new generation of supporters and voters who are very grateful. Very intolerant. To give you an example in Karachi, Imran Khan recently made a speech saying that, you know, people in job who support Nevada schrief donkeys. And then what is body follow? As did the got hold of a real donkey in Karachi and beat it up to death. So it's violence. I mean, they're very Gresley. If you watched them in social media the foul he's foul mouth. So it's almost kind of fascism that he's bringing a new fascist flavor. That is bringing to politics. That's what's different. I don't think that the taste will change is just that a new make belief world has been. Created through media through narrative management, and in this the military has a large and to play giving the view from Mexico where voters bucked international trends by electing a left wing populist is Andre Rosenthal. A former deputy foreign minister of Mexico ambassador to the UK and Sweden Representative to the UN and now international consultant on Latin American affairs. I think the first thing new president Mexico has to do is to tell the truth campaigns are one thing, but once you're in office, and once you know, what the situation is regarding the checks and balances that you have either on the legislative side, or in the media or civil society, you need to tell Mexicans the truth. If you continue to promise all sorts of impossible things like free education for everybody know exams to get into university selling off the presidential air airplane fleet traveling by car everywhere giving up the president's residence and and living in his house or renting. Little house near the offices things like that those are very populist promises, which resonate with a group of people. But they are things he will not be able to fulfil. And therefore, I think at the end of the day, his first speech his first act as president elect, even before he takes office needs to be to begin to tell the truth one of the main themes of elections this year, wherever they were taking place was an increasing disconnect between the public and the politicians. It was no different in Iraq, which was long overdue. He is NPR's. Jane Arraf, people are incredibly disillusioned with politicians and not just politicians. The interesting thing is they're disillusioned with tribal leaders. They're disillusioned with religious leaders. So there's a lot of skepticism we've seen that reflected in the turnout results in the Iraqi election, for instance, and really a lot of cynicism about whether this group of politicians will. Be any better than the next group. Even though they talk a good game. And also in Iraq Renauld monsoon academy fellow with the Middle East and North Africa program at Chatham house. Well, it's been fifteen years and the Iraqis are asking fifteen years, what have these leaders done, the political tribal religious leaders? What have they done in terms of basic services in terms of employment and the answer they're coming up with is not much? And so the bigger gap in Iraqi society today isn't the gut between Kurds and Shia which is sort of defined post two thousand three Iraq. The biggest gap is the gap between the citizens and the elite between the rulers and the ruled many sort of people from bustling all the way up to slay. My NIA have very similar demands. So what you're seeing are the Shia protesting against their own leaders and Kurds protests against on Kurdish leaders. They're tired of identity politics. They know that any Iraq since two thousand and three Kurds Sunni and Shia leaders have all become wealthy at the expense of the majority of the population. Those are the citizens. But to go back to where we came in and to try to conclude review of two thousand eighteen on a note more positive than being mealy. Glad it's all over is it possible that the tunnel down, which we all traveling has a light at the end of it. And is it possible that that light has been illuminated accidentally by the most unlikely Pathfinder more presidential than any president that's ever held this office that I can Amy pope is associate fellow at the US and the Americas program at Chatham house and former deputy homeland security advisor to Barrack Obama. So she's not quick to jump to President Trump's defense. But is the even a glimmer of good news from his presidency? So far, I think it is the role of women in society. It is the election of so many women to congress, and it's the conversation that has been going on since his election about the metoo movement about the exploitation of young women beh-. Savior is that had pretty much been accepted for decades as long as women have been in the workforce are now front and center. And that's frankly in large part due to him the access Hollywood tape and comments about how he was treating women galvanized a conversation galvanized commitment from women to engage in public life. Women. I know who had no interest in politics are now organizing fundraisers getting out getting out the vote writing speaking. That's a great thing. And that is not that we've been trying to crack for many many years. And so I suppose hats off to Donald Trump for bringing the women to the table before to UCLA, Geoffrey Howard, Jeff any optimism for us. I think the way in which Trump may be an advertently making America greater again is by getting Americans to think seriously about the role of moral values in politics. And I think there's a long standing. Tenancy to think that when you go to the voting booth you're just going to vote for your own pocketbook devote for your own self interest. And I think that assumption is is under pressure and people are once again as in all the great moments of American history in the great moments in the history of any democracy taking seriously, the idea that the purpose of politics is to provide for certain basic rights and opportunities for all. And when our institutions are subverted in when they are not being dedicated to that proper purpose, it's important to hold political leaders accountable. So if the president is able to inadvertently reawakened in people a sense of moral commitment in passion in public life. That would be a terrific inadvertent achievement.

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"gresley" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"gresley" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"In danger of becoming laboratories of a three Terry authoritarianism had how do you see this from a broader perspective as it relates to the health of who we are? I'm worried I did not expect in my lifetime to see one of our two political parties be so aggressive about doing things like trying to make it harder to vote. I didn't expect to see a campaign as we've just seen North Carolina with really substantial election fraud with the changing of absentee ballots by a consultant and the bulk of of of this activity is happening from only one of the two parties the Republican party, and it's not because they're bad people in Democrats are good people. It's because they've decided that their best hope it winning elections involves making it harder for people to vote or in a few cases cheating as in North Carolina. And I find that really worrisome. I think it puts Democrats in a tough position to figure out today respond to Gresley or not. But I guess the advice I would give to ordinary people like you and me and the listeners rather than politicians is get involved the only way to protect our democracy. And the only way this ends. Well, is if people say I don't wanna live in a country where it's harder to vote. I wanna live in a country whether it's easier and people should recognize that even amidst the alarming signs there is also some. Aggress Florida just restored the voting rights of more than a million people disproportionately African American people who'd been convicted of a crime and had their voting rights taken away. We have seen some expansions of voting rights across the west including both red states and blue states. And so it really is possible to make progress on this stuff, but it's not going to happen naturally. People are gonna have to fight for it. And I think we're entering an era in which we really are going to see a political contest over the health and the future of American democracy, and how much people get involved will determine the outcome of that contest back to the phones Joe in Sarasota, Florida Hijo, graduated welcome to the show. Thank you. Hi. I'm a registered Republican here in Sarasota, Florida, which is pretty strong, we've publican area, and I have to say that I'm really disturbed how our party has been treating people in their own party as well as Democrats this idea in Wisconsin of controlling the governor makes me not one of votes for Republicans. And it's a difficult thing because there are some good policies that they have. But this is petty to me it's like children fighting in the school yard, Joe. Thanks so much for the call. Do. Appreciate it. Jeff is in Baltimore, Maryland. Let's get your perspective. Jeff welcome to the program. Well, thank you for taking my call. I'll try to make this thing as possible. Okay. I kind of feel like this conversation is a bit one sided, for example, President Obama was giving way more executive power during his eight years and he initiated something our dog. But then Trump takes power uses the exact thing power to remove DACA or try to remove Docker and everybody gets up in arms. Oh now. Now, the president has too much power. And when it comes to gerrymandering, I'm knowledge that it happens in red state, but I live in Maryland, one of the worst gerrymandered states for the democrat California's the same way in so as New York, I mean, Marilyn's is so bad that the state supreme courts had to come back twice and say, no, this isn't gonna work if you will. We'll do it right now. We'll assign somebody to do it by Jeff. Thank you know, it's important. It's an important point. And we should bring it up. It is true. David Leonhardt, Maryland was a particularly egregious case of gerrymandering when you talk about there being a parallel here. I mean, you'd point to Maryland for sure to joys Joe's point. Oh, yeah. And I'm not sure if you were listening earlier, but I specifically mentioned Maryland noise Tuesday..

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"gresley" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"gresley" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"And reliable and you never run out of money before you run out of life. Your money will be here after you're gone. Right. So if we pass away too soon, which people do whatever still go onto your next of kin. So it doesn't disappear. Not one of those poof accounts, which goes away when you go away. No would go on your next of kin. You set up. What we call beneficiaries ahead of time to make sure that we do this with all our accounts, by the way with our mutual funds with with CDs at the Bank, we signed chain of command. Just in case, we're not here we want that money to go to a family member. And if we don't it goes to the courts, and they decide who gets well, I'll tell you what just doing that coach. I mean helps you sleep better at night that process skull probate, by the way, and we want to try. Because you don't make much money, but we are not here anymore, but your family loses money appropriate way. So you may have invested more Gresley while you were growing your money. However, once you get to that point, and you is we say around fifty two h fifty two and above did work on the defensive philosophy. And you know, now, it'd be good time. If you are fifty two or older to diversify every risk to help avoid losing a big chunk of your retirement to a bear market. We've had some role plays bear markets lately to market goes down. But we've been lucky where bounces back up. What if the next day at didn't backup going come back down? We go down again. And we've been there before the year two thousand one hundred eighty seven thousand just lately two thousand and two thousand seven those are two big years. And so we were lucky to have what we call a V-shaped recovery. The market went down at bells right back up like the Super Bowl we used to get out of the Gumbo machine. I hate that. We throw around the car. She gets so mad. Thinking about it. What is the ball ended up under the brake pedal going to press the brakes hope in trouble? So that's why mom was cure was basically cautious about us though. She didn't want to get into head either a bit. So we have to make sure that we get the right plan for the right time for life. Is the most vital thing..

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"gresley" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"gresley" Discussed on Caught Offside

"That's what you've got here. These are the tough quest. Well, here's the thing. He's he final yet. I would take the final, of course, and also your German and it's a penalty our maybe even a penalty shootout. And you don't miss. Yeah. Yeah. Columbus that set something else, but hopefully this year. Yes. Well, good stuff, man. You guys have been so fun to watch this season and use specifically as well. We will be keenly keeping an eye on Lanta throughout the postseason. And maybe we'll be able to catch up with you again sometime soon. Thanks so much Julian thanks again every day. Appreciate it. Our thanks to Julian gristle Atlanta United f c still awaiting who their opponent will be. Yeah. So how's your interview gone for the golf channel? God just golf golf golf with you. I said that he is was named the best MLS golfer by publication. Right. And I asked him if he would rather take a penalty against Noyer or play in a pairing with tiger. No matter with you. I are you into gov is no you've known me for years. When have you ever heard me meant, I golf guy? Am I golf guy like 'i stand here and just short game pretend to take swings? I hate the guy in the office came in and came in dressed today like paint Seward. So that's I've got lots of knickers in my closet. The flat cap. Yeah. Well, hey, this was a lot of fun. I hope everybody enjoyed hearing from Julian Gresley, I hope everybody enjoyed our arrested development tribute lots of soccer action coming up mid week molest postseason here, we go. We've been saying all year to hold out the playoffs just get to the plants. Well, it is true here. It's happening. We're in it. Now, this was fun. My friends you I say they Bossia take care. Listening to cod off I've soccer podcast..

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"gresley" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"gresley" Discussed on ESPN FC

"That's what you've got here. These are the tough quest. Well, here's the thing. He's he final yet. I would take the final, of course, and also your German and it's a penalty our maybe even a penalty shootout. And you don't miss. Yeah. Yeah. Columbus that set something else, but hopefully this year. Yes. Well, good stuff, man. You guys have been so fun to watch this season and use specifically as well. We will be keenly keeping an eye on Lanta throughout the postseason. And maybe we'll be able to catch up with you again sometime soon. Thanks so much Julian thanks again every day. Appreciate it. Our thanks to Julian gristle Atlanta United f c still awaiting who their opponent will be. Yeah. So how's your interview gone for the golf channel? God just golf golf golf with you. I said that he is was named the best MLS golfer by publication. Right. And I asked him if he would rather take a penalty against Noyer or play in a pairing with tiger. No matter with you. I are you into gov is no you've known me for years. When have you ever heard me meant, I golf guy? Am I golf guy like 'i stand here and just short game pretend to take swings? I hate the guy in the office came in and came in dressed today like paint Seward. So that's I've got lots of knickers in my closet. The flat cap. Yeah. Well, hey, this was a lot of fun. I hope everybody enjoyed hearing from Julian Gresley, I hope everybody enjoyed our arrested development tribute lots of soccer action coming up mid week molest postseason here, we go. We've been saying all year to hold out the playoffs just get to the plants. Well, it is true here. It's happening. We're in it. Now, this was fun. My friends you I say they Bossia take care. Listening to cod off I've soccer podcast..

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"gresley" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"gresley" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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"gresley" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"gresley" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"And the Biden people have responded to that saying that he made those comments about the FBI in response to Senator hatches attempts to frame the FBI's nineteen Ninety-one report on Clarence Thomas as exculpatory. So they are saying the way that Grassley is using this saying in a Biden said no, FBI they're saying, no, no, no, no, it's not the same thing. And and but I think Grassley who am. Answered the question when Durbin started attacking cavenaugh Gresley kind of stepped in an answer the question about the FBI report and saved cavenaugh and said, there is no way and Ernie we'll. Yeah. I think they are more times the senators. They're, they're returning to this relatively small hearing room up on Capitol Hill. My name is Paul Shirley, and I've gone on a lot of dates. I've noticed something on these dates. I often find myself telling the same stories stories about my mother teaching sex Ed stories about playing college basketball stories about playing in BA basketball and almost dying in the process. We all do this. We tell stories on dates because dates or winning get to explain where we've been and what we've seen in why we think like we do my name is Paul Shirley, and I hope you'll check out my new narrative podcast stories I tell on dates, you can subscribe for free on apple podcasts or wherever you find your favorite shows and I'm looking at the list..

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Kavanaugh accuser wants FBI investigation before testifying

Bucket Strategy Investing

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Kavanaugh accuser wants FBI investigation before testifying

"Republicans are determined to press ahead with the vote on supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh if the woman who accuses him of high school sexual misconduct does not show up for a judicial committee hearing on Monday, Dr Christine blazey Ford wants an FBI investigation. First democratic Senator Kristen gillibrand supports Dr Ford's insistence that the FBI should investigate. There should be an investigation by the FBI because they're nonpartisan. They'll do an objective investigation of the facts present those facts to the judiciary committee, and this is exactly the process, you all judicial nominees especially for the supreme court Gresley says he hopes she will show up on Monday morning to testify and that her prepared remarks and biography are due on Friday morning.

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Kavanaugh accuser wants FBI investigation before testifying

Bucket Strategy Investing

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Kavanaugh accuser wants FBI investigation before testifying

"Republicans are determined to press ahead with the vote on supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh if the woman who accuses him of high school sexual misconduct does not show up for a judicial committee hearing on Monday, Dr Christine blazey Ford wants an FBI investigation. First democratic Senator Kristen gillibrand supports Dr Ford's insistence that the FBI should investigate. There should be an investigation by the FBI because they're nonpartisan. They'll do an objective investigation of the facts present those facts to the judiciary committee, and this is exactly the process, you all judicial nominees especially for the supreme court Gresley says he hopes she will show up on Monday morning to testify and that her prepared remarks and biography are due on Friday morning.

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Kavanaugh accuser wants FBI investigation before testifying

Bucket Strategy Investing

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Kavanaugh accuser wants FBI investigation before testifying

"Republicans are determined to press ahead with the vote on supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh if the woman who accuses him of high school sexual misconduct does not show up for a judicial committee hearing on Monday, Dr Christine blazey Ford wants an FBI investigation. First democratic Senator Kristen gillibrand supports Dr Ford's insistence that the FBI should investigate. There should be an investigation by the FBI because they're nonpartisan. They'll do an objective investigation of the facts present those facts to the judiciary committee, and this is exactly the process, you all judicial nominees especially for the supreme court Gresley says he hopes she will show up on Monday morning to testify and that her prepared remarks and biography are due on Friday morning.

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Kavanaugh accuser wants FBI investigation before testifying

Bucket Strategy Investing

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Kavanaugh accuser wants FBI investigation before testifying

"Republicans are determined to press ahead with the vote on supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh if the woman who accuses him of high school sexual misconduct does not show up for a judicial committee hearing on Monday, Dr Christine blazey Ford wants an FBI investigation. First democratic Senator Kristen gillibrand supports Dr Ford's insistence that the FBI should investigate. There should be an investigation by the FBI because they're nonpartisan. They'll do an objective investigation of the facts present those facts to the judiciary committee, and this is exactly the process, you all judicial nominees especially for the supreme court Gresley says he hopes she will show up on Monday morning to testify and that her prepared remarks and biography are due on Friday morning.

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Kavanaugh accuser wants FBI investigation before testifying

Bucket Strategy Investing

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Kavanaugh accuser wants FBI investigation before testifying

"Republicans are determined to press ahead with the vote on supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh if the woman who accuses him of high school sexual misconduct does not show up for a judicial committee hearing on Monday, Dr Christine blazey Ford wants an FBI investigation. First democratic Senator Kristen gillibrand supports Dr Ford's insistence that the FBI should investigate. There should be an investigation by the FBI because they're nonpartisan. They'll do an objective investigation of the facts present those facts to the judiciary committee, and this is exactly the process, you all judicial nominees especially for the supreme court Gresley says he hopes she will show up on Monday morning to testify and that her prepared remarks and biography are due on Friday morning.

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Kavanaugh accuser wants FBI investigation before testifying

Bucket Strategy Investing

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Kavanaugh accuser wants FBI investigation before testifying

"Republicans are determined to press ahead with the vote on supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh if the woman who accuses him of high school sexual misconduct does not show up for a judicial committee hearing on Monday, Dr Christine blazey Ford wants an FBI investigation. First democratic Senator Kristen gillibrand supports Dr Ford's insistence that the FBI should investigate. There should be an investigation by the FBI because they're nonpartisan. They'll do an objective investigation of the facts present those facts to the judiciary committee, and this is exactly the process, you all judicial nominees especially for the supreme court Gresley says he hopes she will show up on Monday morning to testify and that her prepared remarks and biography are due on Friday morning.

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Kavanaugh accuser wants FBI investigation before testifying

Bucket Strategy Investing

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Kavanaugh accuser wants FBI investigation before testifying

"Republicans are determined to press ahead with the vote on supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh if the woman who accuses him of high school sexual misconduct does not show up for a judicial committee hearing on Monday, Dr Christine blazey Ford wants an FBI investigation. First democratic Senator Kristen gillibrand supports Dr Ford's insistence that the FBI should investigate. There should be an investigation by the FBI because they're nonpartisan. They'll do an objective investigation of the facts present those facts to the judiciary committee, and this is exactly the process, you all judicial nominees especially for the supreme court Gresley says he hopes she will show up on Monday morning to testify and that her prepared remarks and biography are due on Friday morning.

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"gresley" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"gresley" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Even when the visibility is poor. Yes, sharks will always see better swim better swim faster the murky waters harbor entrances channel steep dropoffs there frequented by sharks do not wear. High contrast clothing, they say orange and yellow are risky and shiny jewelry. Shiny jewelry. Look like fish scales. And sharks are really good to contrast. And so a lot of us are bathing suits like I have a hot pink, bathing suit. I've always liked hot pink. And for some reason. I look good at it. I don't understand that. I'm not good in blue. I'm not gonna read about it look at in black and hot pink. Maybe it's because the eighties. I don't know. And so I'll be in a hot pink, bathing suit. I won't be hot. You know, people like excuse me. Can you cover that up? And it's all we're that. And then if I'm on a boogie board. I wanna boogie board. That's really light. So a lifeguard could see me. Well, right. Unfortunately, that's what sharks up for refrain from excessive splashing. You. Gotta keep your pets out of the water pet swimmer radically our dogs, right? They doggy paddle cats. Have you ever swam with your cats? I guy shaky bow. It's like Eddie's flayed around in the water. You kidding me? It's like a small puddle. Are you kidding dramatic? Anyway, don't go swimming with your with your pets. A lot of us have dogs in the water. Nope. And then leave the water quickly. If you see a shark become. Just go. I am getting the hell out of here. Don't play dead. You cannot play dead in the water. Just very slowly move the hell back. Fishes or turtles start behavior radically out of the water. That's because they know that a shark is an area if you feel something brush up against you get out of the water. It could be also somebody trying to you know, but get Abba water some people that have gotten bit. They don't even feel the bite. They just just rubbed up against me. And then they're like, oh my gosh. I was bleeding. Swim surfer dive with other people. If you're alone and away from other people apparently sharks seemed to attack you more do not wander too far offshore, Joey so isolates, you and places your weight from assistance, my kids do that they'll go as deep as they can. And I'm like guys back here, and I'm screaming on the beach. And then they act like the can't hear me. I'm like, really? And then they laugh, I know they heard me, and it scares the hell out of me if you're diving and our approach by sharks, stay still if you are carrying fish or other catches released the catch and quietly area. Go see. So what happens? Okay. If you're getting attacked, God defend yourself. Now. A lot of us that the dive we have knives on us. So if you don't have a knife, right? You could use your hands and feet. I guess, but you gotta go blows to the is or to the guilt. You hit their Gill. You hit your is the hit there is they may back off also their snout. Now, every shark gets you in the mouth, I s a F George. Burgess says I advise to be as Gresley defensible as you are able play dead does not work down the shark in any way possible. Try to clot the eyes and Gill openings to very sensitive areas. Y'all got to stop the bleeding. Okay. You're gonna bleed more in the water. You got leave the water be efficient calmly. Swiftly most shocks me. Not bite you again. But you don't know. They may do it again. But a lot of times it just one bite. Okay. Now, if you are not the victim, you have got to get the victim out of the water. I've taught you guys how to turn it gets make get you gotta go above the area. Don't worry about losing blood supply to the foot if they're in the league just you've got to stop the blood from leaving. We could always try to reap for fuse the limb. So if you have a belt if you have a shirt tie it tight now, they're gonna be screaming Allen hurts, but if they're bleeding, it's not your it. You've got to control the bleeding. Then you've got to put pressure on them. Now. Remember, you have a victim was going to be wet on the sand. They could go through shock. So you want to start getting the more? And so you want to start a wrap in the lake it you want to minimize any heat loss because the body a lot of heat is going to evaporate. And then you don't want to move up too much, and you wanna make sure they come down to the blood does a pump to quickly you gotta get nine. One one. Lot of us. Don't have our phones there, but you got a call from medical help. But get them as far away from the water. Very rarely does. A shark jump on short. They won't do that. Okay. But we gotta. Yeah. And.

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"gresley" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"gresley" Discussed on CarCast

"Also the those guys out there drive pretty gresley so it's like they don't they don't have like when i was driving down that straightaway these guys were pulling right up on me and coming right up like they weren't then seem to have a fear factor going one hundred thirty miles an hour and a shit by it was an aggressive group and i think that showed because of the amount of yellow flags that happened over the weekend not just near group every group was was was pulling yellows and stuff yeah it's kind of a weird thing because they always give you the speech like it reminds me when i was single and poor and and i gave my catholic little brother my like at and t phone card or something because he had a girlfriend that he met online like nebraska tennessee thing and i just his his mom said you can't use the phone anymore because we're poor and you're like running up sitting on the phone probably talking to dude nebraska's putting on a chicks voice or something and and i said to him i said i'll let us my my phone card but i'm going to get the bill and i'll know and you can call every day your your girlfriend who you've never met her never gonna made right right talk fourteen year olds don't care and it's like you can doctor every day for five or six minutes but then you gotta hang up like if you go forty five minutes i'm going to get a bill for fifty bucks for that call i can't do that i don't have the money for and again my phone call and car and i said now remember use it every day be responsible use it forever get out of hand.

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"gresley" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"gresley" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"He hits on jay and i can't remember what it was up so he thought it'd be kissed the last episode he's our he yes he kissed you very aggressively what he does something a little bit more gresley last night's episode he likes throws up against the wall and goes down on me it was very sexy it was berry it was very interesting so so so jay pitching and selling a show with quinn with his boss played by constantly adapts show called passport to dance like dancing with the stars and he's anthony bourdain uses alexi contestant as the host of the show i saw that the pitch is happening and as a trade off alexi will only do the show if jay has a hand in feeding his cocaine addiction so goes down the talk goes down talk path and to your giving the guy coke where's your character getting it from i mean the options are endless in that world you know really could come from anywhere but so it's a yeah it's a real struggle for him want to do the right thing but also know that if he is going to get ahead in the thirty little world he's going to have to play dirty but it's been really interesting playing this like this like a quote on this gay quote unquote love story with a russian celebrity so his name is alex sparrow yeah and he is russian celebrity he he was the bachelor in russia he was on dancing with the stars in russia it was on x factor in russia like he's like yeah meantime in the show is the the main girl the bachelorette a she she's keeping this rushing around.

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"gresley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"gresley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Doesn't need updating it's something that is an absolute bedrock of the way that we organize our societies it rises wages for working people and that's why unions exist in the first place to make work life better for everybody and we know that when rose like this court challenge when these sorts of laws guy throw wages drop and they drop for everybody union nonunion alike unions out they're defending the rights of working people to organize together for higher wages and i would hope that that's something that everyone will be able to support mary davis what do you make of what mom janice had to say i just think it's an amazing that we're spending so much time discussing the needs of one individual versus the collective i think this is part of a broader political agenda in america should trump agenda which basically six to demolish trade unions which in a different ways what's happening here we've had twelve pieces of anti union legislation which are there to shackled trade unions question how why do they want to do this why is it that the state capital sees unions such a threat because they do and if we come onto the point about whether or not we should be worried about the state of trade unions well i would say we should because union membership from its peak nine hundred seventy nine was three point two million it's now six point two million in two thousand eighteen so worry briefly rachel gresley if if i can get you to respond to this suggestion that there is a basically a political agenda by the trump administration to break the unions their agenda is not an anti union agenda this is a pro worker agenda it's looking for ways that workers can have more choices than they do today and not be forced into arrangements that don't benefit them and so i think it's just the exact opposite of what has been portrayed here and we're looking for greater worker freedom but that doesn't necessarily come through forcing them into the unions and if the unions would like to adapt into for more workers the way to do that is to offer them things they cannot get without being part of a union as opposed to the types of strategies they're turning to now to try to force the workers to be a part of the union even sometimes through coercion and bullying edward webster what.

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"gresley" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"gresley" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Welcome to made in america together with cohosts dr rich rough been on a very varied charged up show here this afternoon listening to rachel gresley from the heritage foundation talking about taxes hope we less taxes but greater revenue a little bit thug counter intuitive we're going to lower the tax rate but we're going to have a whole lot more dollars to spend i think a lot of people can't wrapped their minds around that but it's absolutely true that's the way it works hey rachel one thing that really caught my attention was this in its sits in in in in innocent i didn't know that they had identified really i didn't know what had him in a two two to get rid of this personal mandate individual mandate the individual mandate israel manda yeah the individual the point of the spear amazing i mean and it seems to be sticking which is even more amazing you know that very very famous senator from alaska who was one of the a senators who killed the obamacare repeal murkowski says he she supports this whole idea about the individual mandate what do you think about that racial lee bold move on the sentence par and i always a little bit surprised that they were able to get it included in there but you know for starters would actually does make sense is part of tax reform because when the supreme court made the ruling back in 2012 on obamacare the only reason that this individual mandate was upheld is eating traditional is because they ruled that even though it's call the.

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