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Vikings TE Irv Smith Jr. Expected to Miss 2021 Season Following Meniscus Surgery
"I have an update and i learned that i trust my instincts more frequently. This her adam schefter just now twitting viking site. An irv smith underwent surgery to repair his minsk's this morning and with a four to five months recovery timetable. It is most likely to end his season per sources so the writing was indeed on the wall. Unfortunately herb smith thanks to be clear. We didn't have that news when we were talking about it. I'm sure the vikings certainly knew that was headed their way when they traded for chris
"irv" Discussed on Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"
"Jackson when he was going to myself play. Oh when someone took it was to take. It's been one good bus and if you woman to. I'm going to spring locked up. I want to be a baby from. May everybody wolfman jack here. I wasn't i close. Because by pimples. That gary come like to see my oriented including asu first thing shining river lincoln about. We was in a single for one thing we used to do before. I leave before we leave. We get everybody else by plotting about this and said answer in some found blue ladies and gentlemen that was a comedy of verve burton as i mentioned previously right after this gig in nineteen eighty-one he was in the movie. Pray tv but prior to it. As i also mentioned in nineteen seventy six. He was picked by george carlin to be on his comedian. Special and i failed to let you know that. In nineteen seventy eight. Chevy chase picked him for his comedy. Special serve burton was seen quite a bit on tv in the late seventies early eighties and it was really great to have him at the club. In the second week of our history. It helped put us on the map. So ladies and gentlemen thank you for listening. You've heard three terrific comics. Jeremy kramer rick rockwell and irv burton altering stand up comedy and a little bit different light. Thanks for listening. We'll see you next week by. We hope you enjoyed this episode of standup comedy your hosting emcee for information on the show merchandise and our sponsors or descend comments to scott visit our website at www dot stand up your host and emcee dot com look for more episodes soon and enjoy the world of stand up comedy. Visit a comedy showroom near you..
"irv" Discussed on Clock Dodgers Podcast - Motivation | Fantasy Football | Comedy | Pop Culture
"irv" Discussed on Clock Dodgers Podcast - Motivation | Fantasy Football | Comedy | Pop Culture
"Tight end yet. Emaar's matters in a major way matter of fact and so let's talk about that. Let's talk about why matters so much. How rudolph was released by the minnesota. Vikings he you know last year wasn't even a top few a a forty tight end so his production wasn't like you know superlatives ready. It wasn't something that would stop necessarily A young guy from shining but it did but it did. He was still the veteran presence in the way of a young guy who was drafted a couple years ago and who many hours to super talented and it looks like the sesser right to the offense so he was in the way he had a big contract and so the vikings. Hey let's get the scott the way now sarai time and now we move onto irv smith irv smith opportunity is now upon us now. You know on the clouds podcast. We talk about windows. All the time redraft different dynasties. A major factor. The window for herb smith has now closed earth smith junior. You can no longer get at a value at a discounted rate Because his opportunity is now upon him so you may still be able to acquire him from team and the price is just to be corrected. Now you're gonna you're gonna buy him at a price that hey. This guy is the star of the minnesota vikings so the window that you had for you know since he's been drafted is now closed and that window is always there and these kind of things that are important to talk about for dynasty. Because we have to know that We have while we're trying to win now. I always believed that you try to win out. Oh believe in the whole tank thing. I don't believe in losing for graphics I'm a firm believer and you played a win now and you can do both right like you could start working your team towards a younger you know younger player base a younger roster still compete so an nerve smith you wash where he drafted to and you go damn covered off a series of vet. He's pretty decent and so he paid a lot of money actually resigned with them after. They drafted him. So you go damn. That's horrible horrible for your chances. So that means that's an opportunity for you to acquire him at a good price because everyone knew for the most part that he was not really gonna be a a usable asset for the first. You know what wall buddha was there for the most part right. Ross out of the way now. So now our smith steps right into the starting role. The team drafted him. They like him. He's an offense that's fire in. Even after lose us too fond digs they slide rookie. Justin jefferson and there. He balls out. Adam dealing doing his thing still continuing to do it. Dalvin cook one of the best running backs. Football kirk cousins. Gets the job done there so is going to be a target. If we look at what we're going to get into the numbers and see exactly what rudolph did what irv did. And how matters you know. Obviously you guys. Don't have big proponent of hey just because the guy leaves doesn't mean necessarily that the guy who fills his spot gets all his targets but this is a you know an interesting situation where it's tight end. He's moving into the starter role. It means more snaps period and get more opportunities as a super talented receiver. So let's look at where first of all covered off. I mentioned earlier when the episode started that he was a top forty tight end last year. Actually was just barely made it So he didn't crush by any means it a little over three hundred receiving yards thirty-seven Targets less than thirty receptions didn't play a full season In only one touchdown so his numbers were not great However he was out there he was getting some targets. He was getting receptions he was he was. He was out there for to play ball. He was out there taking snaps away from earth. Right taken opportunities of being a distraction from the guys getting the ball. So if we look at herbs i you know stats from last season. He actually had thirty receptions. Three hundred and sixty five receiving yards. Five touchdowns touchdowns is something you have to take. Notice that because there is a game earlier in the season when covered off was playing and he had two touchdowns on two receptions ten yards receiving so he can make plays he can big plays he can make end zone plays. He's good in the red zone so that we see that right. If you look at focus on the last four weeks of the season when colorado did not play they were herbs best games. He stepped up right he. He stepped up to the to the you know the option that he had the more. The you know the opportunity that he had. I should say had more receptions more targets more yards three touchdowns on those final game one game two touchdowns in itself though So he produced pretty much. It was inconsistent. That's the issue. It was inconsistent. And like i said we have a lot of weapons on this offense. There's a lot of different players who have to eat so that's always going to be a thing in tight ends. It's the thing outside of a few outliers of guys. There's inconsistency it just is what it is but that's what makes us interesting because when we look at the titans last season till you finish right inside the top forty. We don't give a damn about those guys right like that's it's bad it's bad enough. I mean unless you're one of those guys who were waiver wire and guys every single week and play a match ups like those guys we could care less about for the most part they're tight end is such a waste field but irv actually finished if we look at p. Pr he was right outside the top. Twenty all i care by cpr. If you're playing standard is still around the same thing. Probably but he was right outside the top twenty in which you're like. Hey it's not that great so that so that amazing It's around you know again. Irv didn't play every game last season. Convert often play game last season. So we know we gotta take that into account here. Irv missed two games. I believe it was. If i if i if i remember correctly and again with cow rudolf there. He wasn't getting all the work. He wasn't the workhorse tight. End the go-to every single time option Of there's not given the option. But you know what i mean. The favourite a target at tight end. Honestly if we look at the numbers but are smith. I just talked about heaven. Thirty receptions over three hundred fifty yards if touchdowns an end in at tight end twenty two. What is it take for him. Move to top fifteen top fifteen last. Season's number fifteen was every ingram right. Not he's not a bad player. he's a good player. A lot people like evan engram. There was about a forty plus point difference between the two forty points. Evan ingram played almost every game. Even look at it jimmy. Graham jimmy graham was evidence from dupleix regained last year. Actually it's not it's not. It's been hard for him to do that recently. I forgot jimmy. Graham played sixteen games last season. I mean all these guys are so close like from number eight gronkowski. He scored one hundred forty nine points last year. All the way down to number sixteen geno smith hundred forty so like point separated these two So you see how easy. I guess the point. I'm trying to make his easy to jump in the tight. End rankings Outside of the league is travis. Kelsey darren waller george kittle. The other guys are starting to not be anywhere near that level. But if we're talking about like top-five some guys i hodkinson i'm logan's hamas last year Th they started to put themselves like that top five category which they contained. Repeat those numbers. You know those two saying that or do better But i'm not saying that irving gonna get their that. Offense has so many options going on and you know so many things happening that that's not likely but to say that.
Irv Cross, NFL player, pioneer Black analyst, dies at 81
"Melancholy trails to irv cross the pioneering broadcaster and standout defensive back for the eagles and rams died yesterday at eighty. One cross was the first black analyst doing football on national television. Cbs hired in nineteen. Seventy one and four years later. Put together the greatest pre-game show in american sports. The nfl today on cbs. I live pregame show. There were cross his college classmate. At northwestern brent musburger phyllis george and jimmy the greek snyder on sundays tens of millions tuned in to see and hear what they had to say each member. That case was the perfect choice. Musburger the surviving members of cross quote. He was the ultimate teammate. To tell you the truth he was the perfect personality for the group of egos. He had to be
"irv" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast
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"irv" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast
"Safer land has hires you. Who's the year too wide receiver. That has a big year after doing almost nothing as a rookie like like dante johnson. Basically liked dj. And michael gallup year for that and courtland sutton is it pitting pitman. I think judy is the easy answer. Yeah oh yeah rugs do. I mean if you're on just go with nothing. But if there outdoor jalen reagor and their rake shot likely to be the number one wide receiver. And it's he had like three separate injuries in the first five or six weeks of the season including training camp. That just really made it hard for him to abrogate going. I've been studying serianni over the weekend. And i talked to a couple of people about any and apparently first while he's a former receiver won three division three national championships at mount union and apparently everywhere. He's gone. He has improved the passing game for wide receivers. You'll read about it on. Cbs sports dot com zach. Paschal told me that he's the he's the reason why he's like. He had a good year last year. It was nick suryadi and just getting ask. The answer are screw. No paschal wasn't what the best year of his career. He's talked about that. No listen. I don't think i don't think he's about to have a bunch of pascal's as you're headed for five was a breakout for him for him would be. The point is is that i think receivers are going to have a a nice role in philadelphia because of syria again. Be worth didn't have anybody great last year. Who was healthy. All right so well they did have dallas goddard and jamie you have him listed on your breakout lists here and he in three games. A jalen reagor average right around forty yards per game did not score a touchdown. He was on fire. her yet. Jalen hurts he was on fire the three games before that with carson wentz sixty six to seventy seven yards in all three games and whatever. The production wasn't as good with with hurts. Those were hurts. His first starts so anyway dallas what. What is his upside. He could be a top five tight end if not better. I mean this is the type of situation that we look for a terrible receiving corps with a chance of a tight end leading the way and being the best guy on the team. And i think that's pretty clear with alsgaard show you in. Tandem was akard before when he was a top ten tight in what he showed you at the start of the season last year when he was healthy and wentz was actually playing. Well i think jalen hurts gonna realize that dallas goedert is best option in the passing game so god has got a chance to be really special to see anybody disagree with that. I'm not totally convinced. Alex got it is Like there was like some dallas to better than zach ertz talk last offseason. I'm not sure he's that kind of talent. I don't think he's really Showed that he's been relatively inefficient receiver over the course of his career. But look if the targets are there if he gets a hundred and twenty targets. He's going to be a top five tight end.
"irv" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast
"Here on our early breakouts edition of fantasy football today jamie. I'm looking at your list that you gave me. And it's got tee higgins cd lamb and brandon aiyuk three to wide receivers. What can they break out to. Can they be top. twelve wide. Receivers think higgins lamb. I mean not that. I took the low hanging fruit but i took the low hanging fruit. I mean you saw the the sample sizes of what these guys were when they were at their best last year. Two of which when they had their quarterbacks in terms of d higgins with borough in cd lamb with dak prescott in you know you just see what the could be over sixteen games. Hopefully those guys stay healthy with their quarterbacks and you could be talking about must start wide receivers and when he was he was a superstar. You know so. All three of these guys are the chance to special now. You gotta work in deebo samuel being healthy because he missed so much time and george kittle. Miss that stretch of game. So kenny still do that with those guys around. I'm gonna say. Yes if the quarterback situation is at least jimmy garoppolo and hopefully maybe an upgrade But the upside for all three of these guys going into their second year. Not all three are going to materialize. But i think the the sample of what you saw can make you very encouraged about what they could be as their careers. Continue to progress. So higgins lamb. I you did you say which one is the most upside. I think you know higgins probably just given the opportunity to be the lead guy there you still have to worry about lamb with cooper with the other guys there but t higgins could easily be the number one receiver from cincinnati. And so if he does take that next step of borough comes back at one hundred percent they add another offensive. Linemen obviously run the ball. Bit better with. Joe mixing opened up in the passing game. I mean you could see the cincinnati offense upset could be as we talked about joe burrow. You know what was he. Top six seven in terms of passing yards per game. When he was healthy and higgins was putting up a a big portion that was with. Aj green on the field for whatever that's worth whether green was producing or not producing. He was still there taking targets away. And so is the third guy who's going to replace. Aj green going to be better than they did green. I don't think so right away. Maybe eventually depending on how they address that..
"irv" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast
"I think swift is the only one. I really count on to be a legitimate passing game help the way the lions used him last season and the skill set he showed. I think he's probably the best bet among this group to have sixty five to seventy targets. I think it's an open question for everyone else So he might actually end up being number one among this group once. I you know tweak things but i like all of them well enough i think acres is the one that i'm least likely to draft this year. He you know the the six games where he was really the every down back playing. Sixty five to seventy five percent of the snaps. He rushed for five hundred and sixty one yards which is awesome but only had fourteen targets in those five era. Those six games one hundred forty seven receiving yards. I'm just. I'm not sure. What the receiving game role is going to be. That hasn't really been there for the rams since todd gurley new quarterback there was running backs all the time in fact that the andre swift has a new quarterback. That hasn't who's running backs in two years. I just don't think that matters a lot more within the context of the offense and the quarterback themselves. There are certain quarterbacks who don't throw the ball to the running max. But that's mostly mobile quarterback deshaun watson who are more willing to scramble than just dump off so acres. The carries were a huge carry. Tom numbers twenty eight in the first playoff game. One hundred thirty two overall in those six games when that fifteen to sixteen per game rather than twenty to twenty five. I'm just not sure how high the ceiling is. If that receiving role doesn't materialize. Jamie wanted to give us your rankings. Of those four. Chris went miles sanders swift nixon acres acres slipped sanders acres swift acres. I well acres swift sanders. Mixson okay and then data. They're all my top fifteen. Okay give me a quick ranking. Then jamie expand on acres number one acres swift mixing sanders to interesting very jamie europe first acres number one. I just think they're game flow is going to be a lot in his favor. This is going to be team. That's gonna have a chance to win a lot of games. I think his role in the passing game will increase slightly. I don't think it's going to be two point where he's a dynamic pass catcher but i think a full offseasons gonna matter for him tremendously. I do think the quarterback change will help him. I also think that mcveigh's gonna realize what his skill set is expand that Based on what he did in college you know he was a pretty good pass. Catcher for state. I think that will carry over the. Nfl's wall as he's used in more some obvious passing down situations. I don't think they're fully trusted him until the end of the season to be a little bit more pass blocker so just being on the field in those situations with malcolm. Brown gone a veteran that they trusted to be in those spots He's not going to be part of the roster anymore. So i think acres can be a a thirty five to forty catch guy and what will do running the ball. I think that will put him in the top ten range. So that's why. I think he's a break canada's well everybody's got swift second that's interesting debut of sanders. Last go acre swift mix and sanders. And where is he by the way just in your overall running back rankings. He's nineteenth..
Irv Cross, NFL player, pioneer Black analyst, dies at 81
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Aviation Safety: Masks, Covid-19, and Airplanes
"You mentioned quarantining sometimes. Pretty stringent requirements. There's interesting article in from NPR. Do Masks on plane flights really cut your risk of catching covid nineteen and they tell the story of Hong Kong which apparently. Tests arriving passengers than requires that they quarantine for fourteen days and then test them again. And they've been looking at some data from the different airlines in what the results of the testing, the quarantining the re-testing have been. And they mentioned Emirates has particularly strict. Mask requirements that are enforced, and so they looked at while in one case over a three week period emmers had five flights. With, a total of fifty eight. Passengers. Who tested positive for corona virus. But none of the other passengers picked up the virus and there are some other examples like that as well and. What we're starting to see is some some data about the the safety of catching the virus on board aircraft and some of these these results are tending to point towards. You know it doesn't seem to be the Petri dish that you know some people were initially thinking and that was all the air changes and the the way the air is changed being pulled up and not blown across all of these things so that there's a lot of examples coming up where you know the indication is that it's It's pretty safe. So that's encouraging and I did my most recent airline Flight about ten days ago, which was the trip where I wasn't able to join you folks last week and you know my conclusion is that in general, it's not the the flight itself in the airline. That's the the problem. Especially, if you're diligent, you know with a mask, the problem to me appears to be terminals at hubs where you may be wall-to-wall especially for your. There on a Friday or something like that which is odd because some terminals you get to our empty others are quite crowded but I think even more than that. It's the you know having to go out and get food you know the restaurants. So I I think the you know when I'm on a trip I'm most concerned about going into a restaurant, which is why I only do take out and I don't have a problem with that. And so I've I've actually just decided that since it does look like there's a a a new wave that says spiking here in the US that I'm just going to postpone any further airline trips here for a couple of months because you know some of the rates and other other states are now significantly higher on a per capita basis in California and I'm just. Feeling like I'm gonNA stick a little closer to home now over the next couple of months. My comment was the flight is in communicates the airport I really think that that's what the studies are starting to show that you know I. Mean if wearing a mask yes. It's really important on the airplane, but it's even more important when you're in a confined space like an airport and as the weather gets colder here up north you know it's going to be tighter and. It wouldn't surprise me if they start closing down the restaurants in the airports the way I mean, I'm that'll be one of the first things to go will be the restaurants and you know it's just for everyone's safety and the air blinds aren't serving food anymore. So questioning about what you know what the infrastructure at the airports could look like you know it, it's going to be difficult well, and of course, some people are still refusing to wear masks on. Well daily on board but in the waiting area things like that, and of course, we know we've talked about the airlines have. Policies about requiring requiring masks and so forth. But some people are still refusing but max sounds like some airlines, IRV or or making lists and checking them twice. They are you don't want to be on the on the naughty list in I. Think a lot of people just think well, if I don't wear my mask, the worst that's going to happen as I get kicked off this flight and you know I'll just catch the next flight. Well, airlines are putting people on a no fly lists. Now, they haven't really said for how long you'll be on that list, but my guess is. Maybe through of the pandemic, which could be a year or more.
Zhenya Oganian Founder & CEO, ESCS (eSports Championship Services) on How His Product Can Change Esports
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Two Seattle Seahawks earn Player of the Week honors after dominant Week 1 win
"Maybe, the most impressive team of the day was Seattle. Russell Wilson was thirty one of thirty, five, Oh my God for three, hundred, twenty, two, yards, four touchdowns no picks. That's ridiculous. Thirty one of thirty five metcalf picked up where he left off big day and they destroyed Atlanta and and I think that NFC west is just going to be fascinating all year long Seattle's not going to have a home field advantage. You're not GonNa have that twelfth man thing they got going out there but man, they're they're good and they're a veteran team I I think Seattle. Really is going to be a very difficult to deal with this year that quarterback may be in the prime of his career right now what year nine for him it is e was so special in that game. He was so good. It's just he's. Become. So, much fun to watch play fast the operates and how he's really gotten such a feel for the game. Become what Sean mcvay would call an extension of the offensive coordinator He's in control. It was also game that Matt Ryan threw for four, hundred, fifty they were down I mean, Julio Jones, at Fifty Ridley at one, hundred, thirty gauge to gauge at and fourteen. They, Have Hayden hearst they IRV Smith I think Atlantic could be good. Defense has been a problem for a while which is weird because it's Dan Quinn to think about that. which was Laying the first coordinator when the seahawks became. Great. Exactly.
Phyllis George, pioneering sportscaster and former Miss America, has died
"Phyllis George the former Miss America who became a female sportscasting pioneer has died at the age of seventy A. B. C.'s Thailand has her story she was Miss America in nineteen seventy one four years later Phyllis George joined Brett Musburger an irv cross on the NFL today show despite as she wrote in a two thousand two memoir it was a man's job and a good knowledge she knew nothing about the industry they must be the most resilient came in all of pro sports I think that's the best way you can put it you remember back in the fifty six year old who hosted the entertainment show people and co anchored the CBS morning news her daughter Pavel Ashley brown is a CNN White House correspondent Phyllis George will be remembered as a pioneer who inspired other women to become sportscasters as well as a respected
Video Marketing Pet Peeves
"My name is dame golden from pretty up and big target and with my co-host she's my new co host. Jeez Ari and TWA L. E. Y. Remained healy from video explained. Welcome Rene Lo. I love the interaction and now people know how to spell my name correctly. I don't think they actually understood it. I I'm GonNa say it again. R. E. N. W. E. T. W. L. E. Y. And if they didn't before now they do so it's really great that you join me as a co host of the podcast. Because you know it's it's it's tough running the show all by myself. You're an experienced hand and today we wanted to talk about pets. Pr Pet peeves about video marketing. Things we would like to change about the video marketing techniques and so forth is that worked for you renee absolutely. Let's talk about pet peeves. Alright so minor mostly with you too because I work almost exclusively with Youtube. You have a broader Palette than I do but My first pet peeve is videos on youtube where for businesses where. The subject doesn't look at the camera. And you know Rene that I really am an advocate of looking at the camera. The challenges the course a lot of business videos corporate videos there. It's an interviewer talking to the subject. Right yes so I found that The the closer you look to the camera the more you're connecting with your audience and sometimes I have seen business videos where someone is off camera and so the subject is looking a little bit off camera. But I think it's intentional because it's supposed to look like a conversation between two people and the cameras like the third person that's listening in. Yes and I think that that's great on. Ken Burns documentaries which I love. But I'm not watching. Ken Burns on Youtube. So I don't agree. I think there's tools like the I forgot my friend's name. What what are they There's tools like the aigdirect e y e d e c t that you can use or you can just use a teleprompter on an iphone and get people to look through the transparency of the camera. So I feel that. That is an outdated approach. I know you don't entirely agree. Rene in some cases but I am one hundred percent belief that youtube videos. The business person should look at the camera. Yes so I I. One hundred percent agree when one person on on camera. And it's supposed to be one person just having that conversation with their audience I feel like there's a place for it wouldn't more of an interview style video and the the person who's interviewing them as is off camera I'd love to hear just a little bit more about. What is I direct? Oh it's a it's a it's a tool. It's a sideways periscope. If you remember the periscopes you had when you're a kid. Yes and so what this does. Is it sideways? So that the with using mirrors the interviewee looks directly at the interview. Irv that's behind the camera but they appear to be looking through the camera. How Weird I would love to try this out as a very intriguing. Yes so it's a it's not a totally cheap item. If you're a regular producer you can By one thousand dollars but if you know a lot of production companies are always renting equipment. And I've done it before they ship you stuff overnight in a big. What is it a Pelican case? And and that's what they do with these. A lot of companies rent them in their. You know a few hundred dollars a day yeah I also like that. You brought up tele prompting APPS and I use teleprompters So I use a teleprompter at at in my home studio but then I also used an APP called big view which is for the iphone and one of the things that I love about. Big View is that The words that appear are closest to the camera on your phone so So it it is getting your eyeliner close to the camera as possible as opposed to other parts of the screen on the iphone. And so it it. It basically is helping to do what you're asking for which is to get the person actually talking directly to the camera. Yeah it's just very simple. My opinion is that if you're doing video four business you are most important salesperson for that business at any given time and if you're not looking at the camera it's sort of like as a salesperson if you walked into a customer's office and looked over their shoulder it's rude that's a good point. All right so my my pet peeve the first of all I want to talk about here is this one has come up a lot recently. So my pet peeve right now is when people say you need to be on Tick Tock. I have heard so many people recently. Just say that everybody needs to be on duck. If you're not on tick tock you know you're you're you're missing out and I think I disagree with that. I think that there is There's a place for it. There's there's definitely certain people that should be on tick tock but not. Everybody needs to be on talk. Need to be where your audiences and so for me. I primarily focus on bb tech companies and and sort of a you know an older demographic I'm not sure I'm going to do a lot of business on tick tock so. I don't know that I need to be there and then I missing out. Okay well I didn't know you're going to say this but I'm going to say something that may potentially controversial because I'm GonNa say I will never do business on talk and I'll tell you why because it is an unsafe Platform we complain so much. Oh facebook Scott a lot of your data or whatever but talk Companies that are based in China Have been demonstrated to be not very good with your data and I used to work for the federal government and my a data at the Office of Personnel was hacked including three hundred million other people and basically they stole all some very private data from the US government. That was like five seven years ago now now fast forward to today. Chinese companies are basically very strongly influenced by their governments. And I just think you know what country that's not that good with human rights. I don't want to give them my data of what location. I've I matt where I've been acting you upset about the data sharing with facebook. Get Ready. Because it's GonNa be a lot. Bigger challenge with a strongly influenced Chinese company. That is going to have all your data all your kids data where you've been what you've been doing. Just say no and that. I don't think that that is being I don't think it's unfair criticism. Yeah I I agree with you. I think there's there's two issues at play so one is people saying you need to be on tick tock for business reasons than and things like that so I i. I don't agree that you that everybody should be on Even privacy concerns aside But yes there's absolutely privacy concerns tick tock has already been sued for collecting information on on minors And then also storing information about people on Chinese servers and so under the the military just went through a band with tick tock in terms of banning military personnel from having tick tock on military phones and discouraging them from having it on their personal phones. And so I think there's some interesting things that are happening in that space. I think it's It's GonNa be interesting to see that had plays out and and you know what happens with Tick Tock But I don't believe that that everybody needs to be there even for marketing reasons. Privacy stuff aside. Well I'm I'm okay. If other people being I will never be there i. My pet peeve is videos where the subject is too small in the frame. Most people are on mobile phones right Rene when they're looking at Youtube. Yeah Yeah I mean. Even if they're not on a mobile phone and it's kind of awkward if someone is a little too far away so the closer that you can be to the camera and I think the better connection that you're going to have with your
"irv" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Before the Senate finance committee Bloomberg irv Chapman reports from Capitol Hill Judy Shelton told democratic senator Sherrod brown the president trump has the same right as anybody else to criticize the federal reserve board we showed you pledge should be independent your decision making regardless of what the president tells you to do I pledge to be independent and frankly no one tells me what to do and a Chris van Hollen noted Sheldon called the federal deficit during the height of the recession unconscionable with the current larger deficits not so your responses today or toward consistent with the positions you've taken the past the only thing that has changed is who's in the White House if she's not confirm Shelton wouldn't be the first from fed nominee to fail on Capitol Hill Chapman Bloomberg radio correction she was appearing before the Senate banking committee house speaker Nancy Pelosi wants an investigation into president trump's tweets criticising the sentencing of Roger stone from friend and a former campaign adviser just before Attorney General William Barr overruled the recommended sentence house minority leader Kevin McCarthy defends trump's tweets the president's not interfering because if you listen to the department of justice they made the decision before the tweet ever went out indeed McCarthy's assertion does mirror what the D. O. G. has said so far the department has offered no evidence though to back it up pope picks one of the president's most trusted and longest serving aids is returning to the White House and administration Cytisus six will be a counselor to the president global news twenty four hours a day on air and on QuickTime by Bloomberg.
India Orders WhatsApp, Google to Save Data on Mob Attack
"Out of India and the US have brought the debate eight over how to balance digital security and public safety back into the spotlight. An Indian court has ordered Google and facebook owned what's APP to preserve IRV data connected to an attack on a university campus earlier this month. The January fifth attack at one of India's most liberal universities injured thirty four people. It was part of an uptick in violence. Islands and protests over a controversial new law that would provide path to citizenship for immigrants of nearly all religious backgrounds except Muslims. The courts ruled that Google. Oh and what's APP have to save messages photos and videos connected to the attack. Neither Company has commented but what's APP. which has more than four hundred million users in India? Yeah has consistently said that messages exchanged on its platform are encrypted and that not even they can access them much less the government in the US Attorney General. Bill Bar is calling on apple to help the Justice Department. Unlock the iphone of Assadi Aviation student who launched an attack at a navy base. In Pensacola last month Barr says the data and the communications on the phone could help the DOJ determine whether the gunman was radicalized apple says it has been helping but they stopped short of agreeing to create a back door in their products. They say a back door for the government could also be exploited by
"irv" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
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Chris Stewart, a Utah Republican, calls the impeachment hearing "absolute nonsense"
"Republicans on the house intelligence committee remain unwavering in their defense of president trump's political maneuvering in Ukraine as a question former ambassador Marie you fun of it the trump pushed out of her post live with the latest now Bloomberg irv Chapman on Capitol Hill Bob congressman Chris Stewart said the Ukraine investigation is absolute nonsense as with the charge of collusion with the Russian interference the speaker announced that the president would indeed be impeached and removed for office for bribery do you have any information regarding the president United States accepting any bribes now do you have any information regarding any criminal activity the president of the United States has been involved with at all yeah the bachelor also said the shipment of anti tank missiles Ukraine was a good sign of American backing but the fifty five day delay in sending the aid her American
"irv" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Out to the shop with bombs first on the Dan o'donnell show if you'd like to react to the death of Abu Bakir al Baghdadi or the media and Democrats reaction and be sure you stay tuned at the bottom of the hour at about nine thirty six you're not going to want to miss this montage pundits Democrats liberals from across America predicting that ISIS would go grow stronger it would see a resurgence if president trump pull troops out of Syria I you've got to rub their noses in it folks because what happens is all of the times that the wrong it just goes down the memory hole you have to constantly remind people when Democrats are rock all right Bob Europe on the Dan o'donnell show yeah irv in the infantry I like gradually Iraq fourth I'll state job they're the ones that do the job the politicians the media just certain background requited all big bad points my question was this is a good day old story order the old story about Obama released guide for prices well that's because it's not entirely clear that Obama did well he was one it was really well not necessarily the truth is and this is this is going to wake you out Bob we don't actually know when exactly Abu Bakar Albert dot he was released from custody there is a report that was surface back in twenty fourteen one ISIS first grew into the caliphate that Abu Bakar all Big Daddy was in detention facility from two thousand five to two thousand nine when he was let out now this stemmed from it was I can't Buka would not to be confused with the Italian restaurant this was camp Buka all of this originated from a guy by the name of Kenneth king he's an army colonel who is the former commander there and it was slate NBC the daily beast he said that Baghdatis was handed over to the Iraqi justice system in late two thousand nine shortly before camp Buka closed the thinking though is that he was actually mistaken department of defense records show that bag dot EDU is only at camp Buka from February of two thousand four until December of two thousand four he was a civilian detainees and was let go because it was determined that he didn't have enough substantial winks to what was then al Qaeda to continue to be held so that brought but he was still a cop still really yes this program the people that have come to the obviously the intelligence hi vehicle via are we talking about our old people aren't that far either what are is there a basement they might have remember it wasn't until about nine years ago that he seemed to get involved in terror and this is what this is what's so interesting Bob and and and being a Vietnam veteran you you understand this that a lot of people who are quote unquote civilians have deep ties to the enemy that it is were fighting whereas there's not enough actionable intelligence to keep them detained the case of Abu Bakar al Baghdadi is actually fascinating and I always ripping on The Washington Post for their headline they've since apologized for this about five Dave change this headline probably five different times because of all of the outrage this is the newspaper of record in Washington DC if their headline which they changed they changed the headline from Abu Bakar of all Big Daddy terrorist in chief to Abu Bakir all big Dadi austere religious scholar at helm of Islamic state dies at forty eight it's unclear when exactly he started rising through the ranks of the remnants of al Qaeda that he became the leader of an it eventually became known as the Islamic state it's not necessarily accurate to say intelligence screwed up because it's almost impossible to predict look half of the guys who we detained had deep ties to terror organizations half said as al Qaeda was being defeated by George W. bush and and American special forces throughout the the last decade the early two thousands they went back to quote unquote civilian life the other half went underground and started working with these terror networks this is what made combating terrorism so difficult is you don't know who is a currently a terrorist or who has substantial ties to terrorism that they need to be considered a high value target to break up the terror network and be who is going to get increasingly radicalized and start joint what happened was this guy started he was always a a radical preacher he always described to the doctrine of G. hot he was always preaching terror but that alone didn't necessitate that he be held remember these these detention facilities there's a limited amount of space so someone comes the end who's a higher value target it's just like a jail you've got jail overcrowding in detention facilities just as you do in prisons so you have to sort of make a value judgment and in December of two thousand four if that's when in fact he was released he was not considered high value enough to continue to be detained now it's also possible that he was released in two thousand six this is that this is what's in St I'm going by the department of defense records which indicates he was at camp Buka from December February to December of two thousand four so I just I know we got a little sidetracked there I just wanted to make sure that were totally accurate can up next is on the Dan o'donnell show what's up can good morning Dan you know what I I spent some time in China and you know what I what I saw there was there was you know obviously the the government controlled the media there but like President Bush getting booed at the World Series game that kind of stuff would never have been there in China but what's crazy I see the school thing happening here we're worried about turning in a socialist country our media is already becoming a kind of like a communist country it it just it really scared the crap out of me because number one I mean it it's one sided yeah basically I mean obviously they'll say that conservatives have fox news but that's about it yeah but the problem is and talk radio and just like a communist country they want both shut down yeah we're like radio free Europe yeah yeah it's it's it's it's really it's the world turned upside down just I don't know what what it is is it's the narrative that is helping the party and the party is the democratic it's very much like a sort of communist Soviet style media that's why the the old nickname for The Washington Post is the problem the on the Potomac because it is very much like Prof there that it will always be relied upon to tow the line and it wasn't just Washington post I read the Bloomberg headline a local boy made good story you've got a CNN contributor saying that well Donald Trump was just as bad as ISIS because he insulted a dead terrorist are you kidding me the focus here on this program is on the media because the media is the filter through which you see the world I'm far less concerned about Nancy Pelosi and and Donald Trump in the daily drama of politics then I am about helping you to understand them it's impossible for you or me or any of us to fully understand the world around us if the filter through which we have to by necessity we have to view everything the media is our filter the media is the lens through which we view the world if that lands is clouded by such bias in such adherence to narrative and as our caller said such adherence to the principle of helping the party not the Communist Party but the Democratic Party and advancing the narrative of orange manned bad no matter what Donald Trump does it somehow bad for America it's somehow bad for you you aren't able to something that is objectively good the death of somebody who is responsible for the deaths of American Journal this is the damndest thing James Foley I I can't stop thinking about James Foley James Foley was so watered he was a journalist he was working in Sir he was slaughtered Abu Bakar al Baghdatis forces slaughtered by his henchmen journalists were killed just like Foley and other journalists have the gall to say that bag dot EDU was an austere religious scholar because we're so scared of being labeled as Islamophobic that we caught can't call a terrorist or terrorist we can't allow the narrative to get out that Donald Trump special forces under the command of commander in chief Donald Trump killed America's most wanted man killed the world's most wanted terrorist you are able to fully understand what that means if it's constantly reinforced for you that this is bad this is back this was an objective good that's being Spahn as yellow well.
Pence Says U.S. Companies Leave ‘Conscience at the Door’ Over China
"President Mike pence is calling for greater engagement between the United States and China at the same time he condemned Beijing's crackdown on Hong Kong number irv Chapman has the story slam US companies that count count to China with the National Basketball Association behaving like a wholly owned subsidiary of the regime Nike promotes itself as a so called social justice champion when it comes to Hong Kong it prefers checking its social conscience at the door and some of the NBA's biggest players and owners who routinely exercise their freedom to criticize this country lose their voices when it comes to the freedom and rights of the people of China and said China is continuing to violate commitments the stop stealing intellectual property cracked down on federal exports and respect Hong Kong's rights and
FAA Bans Recalled MacBook Pros From Flights
"If you have an apple macbook pro that was recently recall the good luck boarding a plane the FAA's ban certain models on flights fall your recall select units which had batteries posing fire risks thank you Judy apple recall the limited number of those fifteen inch macbook pro units they were sold between September twenty fifteen and February twenty seventeen as irv batteries were susceptible to over
How Moonshine Works
"First use of Moonshine the English word goes back to the fifteenth century literally meaning shine of the Moon and figuratively figuratively quote appearance without substance pretense or fiction and the first time it was used to refer to liquor that didn't occur until the eighteenth century England and it's specifically referred to illegal or smuggled alcohol. That's why the name because smugglers use the cover of night to smuggle their goods which didn't necessarily have to be moonshine yes but but <hes> smuggling alcohol was common in Europe at the time and smugglers had only the shine of the moon to guide their pass moonlight was sometimes used in the same sense <hes> as moonshine was until the nineteenth century a yeah and for a while there any job or activity that was done late at night might be called moon shining or moonlighting but eventually moonshine nine came to really basically mean booze and booze related activities and moonlighting came to mean that other thing that moonlighting means. I totally forgot about moonlighting yeah. That's true I I remember because it was a company any stipulation that you couldn't moonlight and I had to get a thing that I could that movie anyway. There's actually a folk tale from the time about a group of smugglers caught in the act of raking the pond pond Abe bond aunt for barrels of smuggled French Brandy <hes> than they were caught by some tax collectors in the middle of the Act yes and thinking on their feet. The smugglers pretended to be a group of confused drunk people trying trying to rake in the moon's reflection or in their drunken parlance cheese yeah yeah there were like nod dude. We're not there's no certainly barrels of brandy in there. We're just trying to get the sweet cheese out of this pond rea- so drug rug this bulletproof ploy obviously worked and the clippers labeled the smugglers as moon rakers win about their merry way. I'm sure laughing about all those silly drunk. People and Moonshine was often typically. We made night in hopes. No one would see smoke from the stools yeah <hes> it got its start in America in green producing states like Pennsylvania yeah immigrants from England and Scotland and Ireland who settled in Appalachia brought there whiskey recipes with them and adopted them for whatever grains were they were growing around here right and instead of letting excess green go to waste producers distilled it not only could you drink or maybe sell this stuff but in some places it was an accepted currency it could be the difference difference between surviving and not a big economic <hes> <hes> may not staple but but site game it was so in seventeen ninety one when the U._S. government you know seeing all of this implemented the whiskey tax in an effort to pay off the cost of the revolutionary war. <hes> people were happy about it. No no also thinks to this for letting me once again. Look up the Alexander Hamilton sound job because they say in their. Air Jefferson there's a cabinet and he says when Britain tax our T. we got frisky. Imagine what's going to happen. If you GONNA tax on Whiskey and it was true I mean this was right after the revolutionary war in some people's you you know like like mentality about it was like we just we just went to war about taxation without representation. Why why why are you going to taxes for this now yeah and it was a big shifts from it was basically states? Rice versus versus a federal bank and so we are still figuring out a lot of stuff you renew country <hes> and yeah we talked about this in our Bourbon whiskey episode so yeah people didn't like it. distillers resorted to all <unk> sorts of things to evade tax the point the U._S. Marshal descended upon Pennsylvania coming to collect and his presence was not welcomed five hundred men attacked the home of the local tax inspector general and during the skirmish the group's leader was killed which escalated into a protest made up of over six thousand people President George Washington sent thirteen thousand troops to deal with the situation who yes US yeah. All of this was part of the Whiskey rebellion in eighteen o one the U._S. government repealed the whiskey tax <hes> and this was one of our new countries. I test yeah the whisky rebellion whisky rebellion. We're serious about it yard in before and after this though moon shining really took off in the south tales were told about gunfights between collectors trying to get excise taxes for moon shiners in the eighteen sixties these skirmishes increased as revenuers came around trying to collect excise taxes for the civil war a yeah during an after the civil war times were particularly hard for a lot of Americans and there was again a lot of resentment from people who were scraping scraping to make a living off of things like moonshine towards these taxes <hes> and moon shiners came together with the Ku Klux Klan as this conflict against the tax collectors and crew and several battles ensued as desperation went up Moon shiners became more ruthless and violent in their tactics attacking Iraq members and their families and anyone who they believed may give away the location of a still and this did not India moonshine owners to their communities and the public opinion started to shift towards the negative end when it came to moon shiners at the same time temperance is getting more and more public support yeah in the Georgia Mountains in eighteen seventy six four fifths of the court cases and federal law enforcement focus was on illegal alcohol well yeah <hes> wanted to mention too wasn't just a man's world now no take Nancy and see the moon shiner. She was <hes> in New Jersey in eighteen eighties. Her neighbors largely regarded her as eccentric and I can see why because under the cover of night she would steal <music> apples and use those apples to make what she called Jersey a lightning or applejack okay yes that is a my little pony by the way a detective on her case snuck onto her property but nancy knocked him out and go Nancy. We can't help but root for them. <hes> then there was moonshine Mary a Polish emigrant out of Illinois who made moonshine insult shots of it out of her home for fifteen cents but but she went on to become the first woman in that state to be convicted for selling poisoned liquor and as we've discussed before women were also involved in the transporting of illegal alcohol <hes> there's Willie Carter sharp who gave testimony to the nineteen thirty five moonshine conspiracy trial with diamond studded teeth diamond studied that you know I nothing but respect aspect. I couldn't pull it off. That is about as America as you get. I think you're at a moonshine. You've been arrested well firearms which she was and he was show time Tate Yup yeah you do. You're right. You're right but here we come to the Nineteen Twenty s and prohibition right for Moonshine. This was the best thing that could have happened now that you couldn't buy alcohol Oh by legal means more people were seeking out illegal sources for their booze and Moonshine had been rocking that for for a while yeah already demand was so great moonshine resorted to water down alcohol and sugar-based moonshine as opposed to crane based species with passwords and secret ways to escape in case the authorities ever showed up and organized crime around the smuggling and sale of alcohol flourish yeah <hes> in hot spots like in one <hes> Franklin County Virginia Virginia. It's been estimated that ninety nine percent of the residents were involved in the moonshine trade during this time and so that's a lot of kids as well you know okay okay <hes> during the one thousand nine hundred thirty s moonshine roots from Dawson County which is the big city from where I grew up and our high school rival- they gallons of Moonshine to Atlanta and my very own home county of Lumpkin okay was big and the Moonshine seen thirties and forties as well and also distillers sometimes use the bone from raccoons Venus. Yes they do have bones they do in the distilling process of the man in Dawson. Bill gave me a history lesson and like I said he had one in his hat <hes> and yes like. I said he had previously worked for NASA PRETTY COOL Yeah Yeah. I think that I think the the penis bone is is used to help control the flow of the spirit from the condensing hose into the collection vessel like at the end of the process process. I think that's yeah that's he showed us how to use what it was used for sure. I don't know but yeah I think that was that was it was the right size without right yeah yeah and it's Kinda got this little like s curve IRV shape so so and and sort of a little groove in it where the urethra goes so I I read a surprising amount about raccoon penises during research for this episode never know go well there. You are your life profession. I sometimes I sometimes hope that like some government. Official has to look at my search. My searches someday to just go like Oh dear what oh I don't even know me too. I like to imagine there's one person assigned to you and you're just making their life. Super Interesting disturbed well. You're welcome so back to moonshine right anyway. Business was booming until prohibition was repealed in nineteen thirty three then sales flattened that didn't mean it went away much of the federal government <hes> who tried to wrangle this moonshine situation into the seventies share without these laws prohibiting alcohol although there are still dry counties and they're obviously we're back then going to the trouble of seeking out moonshine for the average person just. This wasn't worth it yeah. In order to transport as much moonshine as possible mechanics would find tune their cars upgrading the engine adding in secret compartments for the product <hes> shocks and springs were installed to protect the booze and accounts of oil slicks smoke springs these are called tanker cars and were frequently unassuming nineteen forties fords. I think I read this whole thing about Henry Ford being like a teetotaler rain like being so offended about the yes that's fine and drivers who were also called runners are trippers had to have some real driving know how some sweet news as they say to evade the authorities they also had to know all the mountain backroads well enough to drive them in the dark without headlights. One of their moves was called the bootleg turn a quick turnaround into controls kid eh in their spare time these drivers would work on their skills by racing against each other sometimes at fairgrounds sometimes for pay sometimes with thousands of spectators so okay once prohibition went away and in World War Two ended there was this group of skilled drivers who have souped up cars and enjoyed recent each other who saw that people would pay to watch them race and they were in the market for a new job a Ha so in nineteen she forty-seven this gave birth to ask supposedly the winner of the very first race used the same car to make a run like a week previous. Oh my goodness I love it. I do too. I I had no idea about this when we rolled up that distillery and there's all the NASCAR memorabilia this is interesting but for real moonshine in Nascar are and were tight Raymond Parks Moonshine was the first is to bring together a formal official racing team.
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"Bop june with a smirk and the pointing of thinker president trump dryly told russia's what putin don't meddle in the action in their first meeting since the special counsel concluded that moscow extensively interfered with the two thousand sixteen campaign democrats on capitol hill were quick to criticize the president saying he was making light of russian meddling in the twenty sixteen election president trump and china's ping as we were discussing are set to meet amid hopes they'll hit the pause button in their trade war bloomberg's irv chapman reports from washington chinese leader knows that president trump faces reelection fight tariffs on chinese consumer goods would hit u._s. voters in the pocket book nicholas lardy of the peterson said in a bloomberg interview he'd like to reach an agreement they're prepared to do some things around the margin probably not the kind of fundamental things that the u._s. side has been looking for i think they will reach an agreement for what i would call a stand still not imposing tariffs in agreeing to resume serious negotiation already said reducing the role of china's state on companies would promote economic growth but would also reduce she's ambitious control over his country's economy in washington irv chapman bloomberg radio senior officials from iran and the remaining signatories to it's twenty fifteen nuclear deal met today with the future of the accord under threat they're on is on the verge of surpassing uranium stockpile threshold honda is recalling one point six million vehicles in the u._s. to replace potentially deadly to airbag inflators completing required recalls six months ahead of schedule when the latest recall is done honda says it will recall or accounted for twenty two point six million inflators in about twelve point nine million vehicles global news twenty four hours.
News in Brief 21 June 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations, there will program or WFP confirmed on Friday that it has started a partial suspension of aid to areas of Yemen, controlled by Hootie opposition. Forces spokesperson Irv Eva, who SEL told journalists in Geneva that the agency took the decision after efforts failed to prevent food aid being diverted from those who need it most, as in many areas, some individual seeks to fit from paying on divinity Habil and diverting food away from where it is most needed debris has been seeking the support of the Sanaa-based authorities to introduce biometric 'cause she's stationed system that will prevent diversion and protect the many families we serve, and storing food, which those who need it most. Unfortunately, we are yet to reach agreement. They development means that aid will be cut to the capital Saana, which is. Told by hoochies affecting eight hundred fifty thousand people although missed of a hustle insisted that the agency will maintain nutrition programs for malnourished children pregnant, and nursing mothers in total WFP estimates that nine out of twelve million food, insecure people in Yemen, are in areas controlled by who tease who have been fighting a coalition of international forces backing the government of president at Brabham Mansour Hady for more than four years. According to latest UN figures nearly ten million people are severely food, insecure and do not know whether next meal will come from to the Central African Republic now where WFP has called for help from the international community to stave off severe and acute food shortages after years of ongoing conflict, and mass displacement nearly half the country's people. More than one point eight million are unsure how they are going to feed themselves of that number more than four hundred sixty thousand are expected to face. Emergency food insecurity during the lean season which lasts from may until August among the areas? Worst affected are those hosting hundreds of thousands of people displaced by violence and insecurity. These include Kaga, Bandra, oboe and Zambia, along with three prefecture's and Bomo haute Kotto and oat Emba MU where security conditions remain volatile despite a peace agreement signed in February amid reports of regular attacks by armed groups who did not sign the deal on major supply routes and around major cities. WFP says it needs more than thirty three million dollars to help eight hundred thousand people every month until the end of the year. And finally to DPRK or North Korea where you n appointed independent rights expert, Thomas, or here container has appealed to the state to ease people suffering, speaking at the end of a five day mission, to Seoul in South Korea mister Kintana expressed regret that he did not see any sign of improvement. In the human rights situation of people in DPRK before urging profound legal and institutional reforms citing various sources in new report, the expert spoke of public executions carried out by gunfire after trials between twenty thirteen and twenty seventeen victims faced charges, including murder, and drug dealing. He said in his report while also noting that people continue to live in fear of being sent to political prison camps for watching South Korean soap operas in a statement to the press, Mr Clinton, urged the government of the DPRK to be open about the political camps, which called Quanli. So at the same time, he called on the government of China not to repatriate North Korean escapees asking them to give the primary consideration to what will happen to the escapees if repatriated to North Korea. Daniel Johnson, UN news.
News in Brief 14 June 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations record numbers in south Sudan, some seven million people face acute food shortages, while more than twenty thousand close to famine the World Food Program or WF, pay said, on Friday, the warning follows years of violent unrest and vicious rights abuses, linked to mass displacement and disease. Outbreaks, here's A WFP spokesperson, Irv Eva, who saw it is. I mean like if you want me, you cannot go it because you can only call that. I mean, if you have a certain number of Katya included, a number of people, and we are not at that number at that level of people to use the word from, we cannot use the word, but the living conditions who are equivalent to a familiar if there was many more of them, according to WF, pay Jonglei, lakes and unity states are particularly at risk. It plans to scale up to five point one million people by December and for the first time in many years, it has delivered. One hundred seventy three thousand tons of food in some sixty areas ahead of the rainy season. That's sixty six thousand tons more than at the same point in two thousand eighteen to Sudan now where amid ongoing uncertainty about events in Khartoum linked to reported attacks on protesters UN humanitarian warned that people in the troubled Darfur region remaining crisis in two thousand and three a civil war led to the deaths of tens if not hundreds of thousands of duffers, and the displacement of nearly two million people. Speaking in Geneva Jens locker from the office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs or officer said, the deadly violence in central dot four and flooding in the north have hampered operations in the vast western region as had the disruption of internet services and phone networks. He confirmed that a team from the United Nations African Union hybrid operation in four known as you name, it had visited allege in central Darfur following ports of clashes while on in, in. Capital cartoon there's of course, still a humanitarian crisis in the four region, which is impacted by what is happening. There was tribal fighting going on unit went there to investigate what has happened and they said yesterday that United verify that seventeen people had been killed fifteen others injured and more than one hundred houses burned as you and agencies respond to ongoing needs. And for Mr. locker said that the organizations at one point two billion dollar pale for Sudan was only twenty two percent funded his comments came as the World Health Organization reported that the officials Sudanese announcement that sixty one people had died in protests in Khartoum from the third, the eleventh of June is likely to be an underestimation, and finally to the UN, weather, and climate agency, WMO which has warned that the latest five g mobile, thank technology, jeopardizes, early warning service. Which protect people from natural disasters such as tropical cyclones in a resolution expressing serious concern at the continuing threat to several radio frequency bands of five G the World Meteorological, organization's executive congress insisted that forecasting and alert services operated by countries had led to a big reduction in loss of life in recent decades has WMO's spokesperson Clare nonetheless, we use these radio frequencies in the metrological community to basically, for weather forecasts, and warnings services this concern that because of growing competition from new technology that these are going to be squeezed out of these frequences. Whether alerts are linked to radio sensors that feed information into forecasting systems to provide more accurate predictions with longer warning times. Experts are concerned that failing to manage unwanted emissions from new, telecommunication technologies would have a significant impact on current weather forecasting practice. Consequently, they say it might reverse many of the gains in our warning services for natural hazards. Daniel Johnson, UN news.
How many Democrats have called for an impeachment inquiry into Trump?
"Congressman pulled on co Paul Tonko has said that he is joining other House Democrats in calling for impeachment hearings after careful review of the evidence in testimony. He fans congress needs to accept the baton from former special counsel, Robert Muller and open an impeachment inquiry, which could determine whether. Impeachment. Charges needed again, frozen from New York Times, Irv as shows Tonko now the fifty six democrat in the house to call for an impeachment inquiry, fifty nine Democrats opposed one hundred twenty haven't made a decision, refunded house bigger NC blow has been cool to the idea
News in Brief 21 May 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations u n humanitarian have said that they are still seeking an agreement with Hootie opposition fighters, in Yemen, to stop diverting desperately needed aid to millions of people most of the twelve million people, the well, food program WFP wants to reach our in Hootie controlled areas. According to spokesperson, Irv ever, who SEL WSB seen certainly or that it can reach agreement with authorities in OT areas of Yemen to avoid the suspension, has the need of twelve million people would depend of assistance are, of course, or quality all this need to stop. We are here to save twelve million people. Many of them, children and women to save them from famine. I mean, everybody should work together and the first interest of everybody today, she'll be the civilian population WFP once greater freedom of movement inside the war-torn country and a. Biometric aid registration program in Hootie controlled areas to match. What is happening in government-held zones on Monday? The agency said that its greatest challenge came not from the guns, but instead from some obstructive and uncooperative who's you leaders in an update to journalist in Geneva mist of a Husson said that eighty seven eight trucks remained blocked across different security and customs checkpoints in ape and al-bayda governors since March twenty fifteen some seven thousand one hundred sixty nine civilians have been killed in Yemen, and to nearly eleven thousand four hundred have been injured, the UN human rights, office said on Tuesday to Syria now where it suspected that children, whose fathers fourth Aycell are being held in on identified settlements and secret detention facilities away from their mothers, UN human rights office, which said, on Tuesday spokesperson Marta, hadough cited information suggesting that Kurdish authorities were responsible for holding youngsters over twelve years old in. Husky governor it in the final east of the country. She said that reportedly they are neither allowed to communicate with their families. Know have the families been informed about their whereabouts or status h Chr is also concerned about the fate of people in our whole camp. Also in L, Hasek governorate. He fled the last Aycell held areas in the country as they were being reclaimed by Kurdish. Led forces today, the camp hosts more than seventy thousand people who face dire living conditions. This includes some two and a half thousand children under twelve years old, who were born to isolate affiliated fathers and have been allowed to stay with their mothers and finally to Venezuela, where the UN refugee agency, says that the majority of those leaving the country need international protection since two thousand fifteen UNHCR says that about three million people have left, these South American country amid ongoing social and political unrest at mass demonstrations in updated guidance to neighboring countries UNHCR urges them to allow Venezuelans access. To their territory, in particular it highlights the critical need for the protection of people forced to flee their lives. And freedoms in line with the nine hundred fifty one refugee convention, and the one thousand nine hundred four cutter Hanya declaration, that applies in Latin America, his spokesperson. Liz thraw SEL, taking into consideration the worst thing situation, the increasing number of Venezuelans that are leaving what it does crucially point out, is the need for international refugee protection under this declaration of nine hundred four, which has a broader, criteria for considering someone in need of refugee, protection, relating to generalize, violence, or people at threat from serious disturbances to public order by the end of two thousand eighteen some four hundred sixty thousand Venezuelans had formally sought asylum, says UNHCR the majority in neighboring countries in Latin America. Daniel Johnson, UN news.
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"Into the bathroom. Difficult. You're supposed to the person. Now when you buy into this thing, they come immediately, and like take your body, and they like kind of I don't know if they pump your body some kind of frozen like liquid nitrogen or something like that. And you're frozen, right? And they keep you there. Expensive. But they keep you there for years until they find a way to unfreeze you and your back to life again. Right. Think about when you die, and you're, you know, eighty ninety one hundred eighty do you ever go? Well, that's true. But if you died of old age would you want to come back in that? Because he tired dying might not they might be able to make you. I'm telling you don't know, your, friends and your families. Do the most. Vampire movie? New. Tell you what will be very. Very sad. If your family was there. But I think they would because they're cryogenics to Irv in university. So big because this is all going to happen. We're going to let thousands of years, and then other people say, yeah, you died and you live again forever right right somewhere else. It's way better than you. Don't have to anywhere at church. So you'll get their learning. From the ground side into look away from me, see this something you trying to reach your hand. But it's cold the way again, what's new? Don't miss. Thank you start to tremble. When voice begins to you, say cigarettes account one show friends. Train from. Friends. It's never easy. Cool. Swats to back at the messages, you sent an annoy was in rock, but it was messing with my head and.
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"In for the boogie Woogie barbecue on WAM. Michigan. Ninety four. This guy. Irv somewhere in Michigan. Ninety four somewhere. Claiming guy. Get up and do math. Gotta hate when people try to insult your swear. They don't know what they're doing. I don't know how to do. They say a bunch of words, they think are biting. Salting? So professional amateurish. Can teach you how to do that on the radio. I taught that person. Full on Facebook page in the history of mankind over there. An.
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"Let it into his country. I'm Christopher cruise. And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters. Trade negotiators for the US and China are working through the weekend after they failed to find a breakthrough. That would keep hire American tariffs from kicking in next week. Limburg's Irv Chapman has more. President Trump spoke of progress in the talks as he met with Chinese price for Leo her in the Oval Office for the United States. I would say it's probably more likely than a deal does happen. So the fact that they're willing to stay for quite a bit longer period. Doubling up the time that means something I think there's a good chance that is probably the biggest deal ever made president said he's likely to meet next month with China's fusion thing with this state mar-a-lago, it's the venue treasuries rallied yesterday is investors interpreted the latest comments from Federal Reserve officials, including New York's John Williams and San Francisco's Mary Daly as further proof. The central Bank remains dovish on interest rates the ten year note was last quoted at a yield of two. Two point six five percent dual labs jumped two point two percent yesterday. If forecast revenue nearly tripled from last year despite a move to stop selling boast flavored e cigarettes in the US. Russia's TASS news agency reports North Korean leader Kim Jong UN began a train journey to Vietnam today. This for a summit with President Donald Trump in Hanoi next week, it'll be their second summit after a meeting in June in Singapore. Nordstrom was down one point one percent. It was downgraded to hold from buy Deutsche Bank. This ahead of its next meetings. Announcement that's expected next week. Stocks didn't move much for the week, but they did move in the right direction. Yes. And P five hundred rose six tenths of one percent this week. The Dow added six tenths of one percent. The NASDAQ was up seven tenths of one percent for the week. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in one hundred twenty countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg..
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"For a emceeing is here. Irv just love the hell out of you, Dave and respected in who's very proud of everything you did. And of course, Joe his mistress for many many decades. Thank you again. Lastly. The Denver dumb friends league. Ervin. Pat, been longtime supporters not just of the Denver dumb friends league. But just in taking it Matzen general at any given time if two or three many more over the years. It's very very fitting. So obviously, we'd encourage all of you to consider supporting them in carrying on the legacy of taking care of Matz. It lasts the all of you. Thanks to all of you for coming here today. You know the day after passed away. I made the mistake of listening to all the talk radio shows mile, ice sports, K K, F, N and KOA, and it was the day after the Super Bowl and. Folks were not calling and talking about the Super Bowl. They were calling in sharing. Their best Irv story. And it wasn't just the people. It wasn't just fans calling people actually work there. The depth and breadth of the responses. Death was just been florid to us very very humbling. Everybody would call up. Most of them would have a funny story, which you know, Irv had no shortage of comedic material. It just flowed out of him intentionally and unintentionally sort of inspector clues alike. But they all have a funny story. But most of them would say wasn't for Brown fill in the blank. And then it cried hang up the next person to come on. And I drove around old ages, laughing and crying listening all that. So thanks to all of you. You took the time to do that. And we shared over it. Earth's funeral service. You know, some of the personal memories. Everybody wants a funny story. So of course, they'll give you you know, has nothing to do with refereeing or Bob Knight or any of that? Irv believed in me of movement. And if you've ever been to their house Hoover off eagle trace golf club where they live. They have a really long driveway. And so it's a fair amount of distance trash cans out there. And so is his custom Irv would want trash. They put the trash in the back of the vehicle and drive it out. And then the next day. He drives it back. So he's got this sporty little accurate RDX. This is a few years ago. But then when he's bringing the trash back in the trash can in the back of the vehicle, of course, he's got the lit up on the vehicle because you have to have that gets trash can in. And he forgot about that when he drove into the garage. So of course, he knocked the garage off the track and damage, the vehicle and spilled the cans on and all that good stuff. Thank you very very much for coming. If you have any bearing story, snow p-. Okay. Thank you, very very much. We appreciate it very much. Loved and believed, they never quit on any of you. So likewise live is legacy. Go forth and live a life that.
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"Fans. This is a chance to get even after last year's Super Bowl loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. I went last year got my heartbroken back this year for the city of Atlanta. This one came and the week of events that surrounded have given this town of two hundred billion dollar economic shot in the arm city officials figure it this way, no matter which team walks away with the Vince Lombardi trophy at the end of the game by the wins. ABC's Pete combs at Mercedes Benz stadium. You're listening to ABC news. KOA NewsRadio time is five. Oh to Longmont police say a bicyclist was killed today after he was hit by a train. It happened to Ken Pratt boulevard Nelson road. Please tell our partners at CBS four that the train was going east on the tracks. And sounded a torn as it went through the crossing. They also say the signals and the crossing arms were working. Investigators say the cyclist crossed his bike in front of the train a Colorado sports legend has passed away Irv Brown who did everything from coaching to rapping to being a college conference Commissioner to hosting sports talk radio for more than a quarter century died. This morning Brown. Coach see you and metro state baseball along with high school Brown refereed final four basketball tournaments and served as Commissioner of the Colorado. Athletic conference, Irv Brown was eighty three years old a standout CU football player. In generous donor to the university of Colorado has also died. Dick Knowlton led the fundraising drive for. She used all ward center. He was Eighty-six Broncos owner, Pat Bowlen is now a member of the pro football hall of fame. KOA's voice of the Broncos. Dave Logan says it's a long time coming and well-deserved, I'm really happy for the Boleyn family, and and really thankful that. Those who voted finally in my mind got it right with respect to Pat boat. Logan, says Mr. Boland deserve to be in the hall of fame for what he's accomplished with the Broncos and what he contributed to the NFL as a whole Broncos cornerback champ Ailey was also elected to the hall of fame Saturday night. And the next time you go to the supermarket. You might see the familiar faces of girl scouts ready to sell. You those yummy cookies. Yes, it's scout cookie time nine year old Bianca Morris tells CBS four it's not really a tough sell. I got total.
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"There with the world's national headlines. Nathan Lisa getting ready for the first day of divided government in the Trump presidency. It's coming on the thirteenth day of the partial government shutdown. The new democratic led house in one of its first orders of business plans to talk us back to the Senate bills that had passed before to end the stalemate, but no border wall. Bloomberg's Irv Chapman reports from the White House. President has. Has on occasion. Mentioned combining his wall demand with the Democrats desire to grad permanent residents. Children brought to this country by undocumented parents Republican Senator James Lankford threw cold water on the idea in a Bloomberg interview. I think that would over complicate this negotiation. I think we're negotiating over a couple of billion dollars dealing with border security, and if you throw in other immigration policy, the night begins as much longer dialogue. Senator Lankford said he favors taking action on the undocumented children once government employees impacted by the shutdown are back at work at the White House, Irv Chapman, Bloomberg radio will impeachment beyond the agenda for the new congress house speaker in waiting Nancy Pelosi told NBC's today show this morning. She liked to see special counsel, Robert Muller's report. I as for whether she thinks Muller could move to charge President Trump for the crime himself, president can be indicted. Every is no longer president of what about a sitting president sitting president when he's. No longer president of the United States. A president who is an office Robert Muller comeback and say, I am seeking. And I think that that is an open discussion likely House Judiciary, chairman Jerrold Nadler is expected to make a Muller protection. Bill one of his first orders of business. Sources tell Bloomberg it would allow me.