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Bloomberg Radio New York
"ingles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of that announcement. I want to get to the markets in Asia now with David ingles. He joins us from our Hong Kong studio for an update. David? Yeah. I'll make this very simple because it's really there's an earnings element to it, but underlying tone and current is certainly just a backdrop of what the global economy looks like ahead. We're coming up low as in Asia, we're looking at yields pushing lower in the region and China is a very good example. China does not usually move this much, by the way. And this consistently, that's down for an 8th day now and we're back a lot 2.8. We talked about, of course, what's been happening in Singapore on them introducing higher property taxes. So that's a way on that specific sector. But to my point earlier on, the very busy earnings day literally, hundreds yesterday, hundreds more today, just to give you a sense and flavor what's come out today, Samsung was out early today. This was out yes, it is some earnings reaction here. But then again, you take a day too, for example, and you basically see the opposite of the moves we're seeing, which I guess in some ways tells you that it's really just macro backdrop that's dominating proceedings right now. That said, I'll leave you with this. I know it's very busy. Earnings wise, some names to look out for on MSCI China and these next few hours or so. So we'll get a better sense really of corporate guidance that sort of thing when it comes to this revisions have been falling as well and MSCI China has been down a 7th day Yusuf in the last 8. And speaking of crude, by the way, just to mention that crude prices in China are playing catch up to what we're seeing. In the west, for example, we're down 4% on the contract there. In Shanghai, Yusuf. David, thank you very much for that feeds actually straight into our next segment. Thank you for that. That said, David ingles with the updates from Hong Kong. I want to flesh out the U.S. crude store because it's down to now another 5% or around 5% over the last three sessions as concerns about slowing demand continue to hang over the market. WTI has now given up all of the gains put on after OPEC plus blindsided markets with that surprise pledge to cut out put at the start of this month. For more in our joined by our energy team leader Paul Wallace, it's remarkable how quickly we're back at the very moment where a good chunk of observers criticized OPEC plus for a move that they thought was going to send oil prices higher. Exactly. I mean, when oil when OPEC plus made these cuts at the beginning or announced these cuts at the beginning of the month, we were just below $80 a barrel for Brent. We went up to about 87 in a few days after that and we're back below 80 again. So I think on the one hand, you could say yes, OPEC plus looks like it got this right. It said this was a preemptive move in case in case demon weakened. So you could say, well, that clearly has been the case. However, it's also a problem for OPEC plus. This was not the result they wanted. They didn't want to announce more than a million barrels a day of cuts only to see oil end up back. Back in the same place after less than a month. As you've followed OPEC plus over the last few years, would you say that the institution has become more nimble to react to the global macro story? I mean, could we see more additions more subtractions, months on months of just more of a quarterly thing now? I think it's always possible we could see that. Yes, I do think it's become more nimble since the since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. And throughout most of last year, it was actually doing monthly meetings. It's not doing that anymore. And it's next formal meeting is not until June. However, the Saudis and others have said they can make decisions to cut or raise output in between meetings and the decision at the beginning of this month to cut output was an example of that. So it's not out of the question. We're not hearing anything yet, but it's not out of the question that OPEC plus or some members could decide to lower production even further. Paul, good to see you, buddy. Thank you for making it to the studio that's Paul Wallace from the Bloomberg news team on the energy story. I want to stay with that seam actually almost one in 5 cars sold worldwide this year. What to be an electric vehicle. That's according to a new report from the international energy agency. The executive director of Fatah B roll spoke to Bloomberg about the study and the implications for oil markets. 2019, only four years ago, two person of all the cars sold in the world was electric car. So 2% in 2019. And this year, but 20%, every 5th car would be an electric car sold in the world. And more impressive, I believe, 2030, which is tomorrow. In U.S., China, Europe, three largest car markets in the world, 60% of all the cars sold will be an electric car, 60%, three largest car markets. What implications does this have for OPEC for U.S. energy producers for shale producers? I mean, everyone you included has been calling on energy oil producers to boost supply, do they really need it if we're going to be all buying electric vehicles? So oil is not only consumed
Bloomberg Radio New York
"ingles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Chinese exports. David ingles, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. 7 minutes spas the aisle, let's get a check of global news. In China is going to stop counting asymptomatic COVID cases. It Baxter's got more Ed. Yeah, Paul, it says it's become impossible to count asymptomatic cases as we've been reporting the conflicting messages coming from the health officials about the spread and then decreasing case numbers. The national health commission says it's impossible to count asymptomatic cases without testing. And Bloomberg's Emma O'Brien reporting there is already disruption now as a pivot away from COVID zero continues. We are starting to see some disruption. I guess it provides a little bit of a precursor to what you might see in more economically sort of key parts of China. I'm thinking of the factory belt manufacturing areas. Once COVID gets in there, it could be a whole different ball game and much, much more disruption, not just for China's economy, but the global economy. And China's Mexico group has signed an agreement with Pfizer to import and distribute paxil on the mainland. It isn't widely known how quickly packs lived will be widely available. And The White House has announced it will reopen a program allowing people in the U.S. to order batches of home COVID tests at no cost as officials prepare for an increase in cases through the winter in the U.S.. China has removed 6 counselor officials from the UK, it involves a spat between the UK and China after an attack on a Hong Kong man staging a peaceful protest outside the Chinese consulate in Manchester. UK foreign minister James cleverly says they ask China to have the officials testify what they saw to police. In response to our request, the Chinese government now removed from the UK, those officials, including the consul general himself. Yeah, cleverly
AP News Radio
Chloe Kim dominates in halfpipe for second straight Olympic gold
"AP sports I'm Chuck Friedman the United States has the first woman to win back to back gold medals on the halfpipe Chloe Kim put her name in the winter Olympic lore in Beijing grabbing an early lead boosting her to eventual second gold medal Nathan Chen wins gold in men's figure skating becoming just the seventh American man to win the individual competition Russian Camilla all you have are considered the biggest star in skating has reportedly tested positive for a banned heart medication she led the Russian Olympic committee ice skating team to gold last weekend but now that we're in is in jeopardy a top ten upset in college basketball six three Houston fell to SMU eighty five eighty three out of the pros the Cleveland Cavaliers have churned out their twelfth win in the last fifteen games beating Houston won all five ninety two Darius garland had twenty seven to leave the campus the Utah Jazz center Joe Ingles to Portland to highlight a three team trade former
ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"ingles" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Ingles down the road. Yeah, And you know, I I talked to him after the game. And, um You know, it was really interesting to me how he was like, just Look at the level of cool and calm in his first game back, and, um you know, like, I You know, I think everybody thought like there was that there was a period where he threw a bunch of picks camp right now. We made a big deal out of it. I remember talking to him back then about it, And he said, Well, I sort of knew this was coming, and I'm glad it came in camp right, like where he was going to be uncomfortable with people kind of buzzing around his feet and everything else. Same process. Any player goes through. Going back from an injury like that, And he said, And he told me he's like, I actually think like, I'm gonna be fine, like you know, after going through that, like, I'm glad I went through when I went through it. Um, you know, and then to be in that environment on Sunday and playing it over time. Never cool and calm to, you know, change the play that way that he did with the game on the line at the end? Um, I mean, there's some advanced stuff going on with what he's able to do, and he's got coaches that he's playing for. They have worked with Peyton Manning, and they have worked with nephew Stafford's, um, you know, and and some that worked with Carson Palmer. And so, you know, I think that they're going to be able to get something out of Joe. And I think Joe is going to be able to kind of showcase who he is mentally like, sort of the son of a coach staying And you know, I I think the feeling is pretty high for Joe there. It's going to come down to whether or not their offensive line is going to be in a decent spot. But the skill talent is certainly there. You know what guys like Chase and Higgins and Boyd and mixing? Um, So yeah, I mean, I think there's potential for it. You know, I think the least the at the last thing that you need to worry about with them as the quarterback of the weapons around him. I think it's everything else that's going to determine how far they go. Can you hang on to take a quick break? We'll get out a couple more for you. You got it. All right. That's our guy Beart Breer Monday morning quarterback, but you should get online. It is awesome will be right back. Cap.
"ingles" Discussed on Trina Talk
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"ingles" Discussed on Trina Talk
"Because like i said it's been really something that i'm very sensitive to because i've been treated that way my son. When he was smaller he was in and out the hospital all the time. And it's just something that we just don't know we don't know how to handle doctors. We we put all of our faith and trust in these people and like you said. They're practicing medicine and a lot of times they don't they don't think we know we're talking about yet. We're the people who are suffering through. Whatever the element is so. It's yeah it's always good to stick up for yourself and that's kind of what i say. Stick up for yourself and if you have doctor Will not support. You doesn't some or you tells you that he or she thinks you're faking leave. You don't have the right to leave the right to go to another provider unless you're in a situation where you need active care now which really that great year not can be thinking about. Does this person know to help me. You assume that they know how to help you. It you need cpr or some type of emergency situation your bones sitting out of your arm. They're really good at setting the ball in knowing what to do in that situation. If you're talking about you'll has asked questions. Make sure that you're getting the help that you need and that you're comfortable with. Yes yes okay. So we're going to move on to our questions because you've been going all right number one. Or what motivates. you hope. Jesus hit answer me. What motivates you stress. I get get motivated with stress and That is supposed to be one word. I don't know don't hit so i. i'd say. Stress de motivates me. Although when i have fear. I try to push through in no. I'm not alone. Jesus is always with me. So i can make it through. I have one hundred percent win streak on waking up every day so far so as long as i wake up i'm gonna be okay and don't let your stop me but stressed does demotivating. When was the time that something was said or done to hurt you. But it worked for your good while giving getting st. They told me out. It'd be better in three.
"ingles" Discussed on Trina Talk
"We have a finding provider at actually two different. Ones one's by the ama in another by you know and that one is not Sponsored with money that would be a conflict of interest whereas the ama can be presented. Pay to be part of. Ama's that's only doctors. You get amino goes through. All of the doctors in the united states and canada in gives information on how many patients they treat with those specific diseases and what the potential pocket cost is based on what type of insurance or cash price you had. So we have both of those apps on there and they're free to use and we put him on that reese to do it by phone and collecting a lot of patient data and we said hey. Let's make this little more friday for people so now you can use it free. It's on our website under the resources tab and you can go right on there and use that we also have a mentor program. So if you're a patient or caregiver and you need support help. The other challenge challenging you're facing and you don't really know how to start or get through We have a mentor program where we can hook you up for free to talk to other patients or caregivers you've already been through it and then we also have medical professionals on our own scientific advisor me that if a patient comes through in they're having a lot of trouble getting sir treatments or don't know which treatments yet we can have a provider. Look at it and say. Hey here's the idea on. We've had patients that have been diagnosed by specialty. Specialist for instance of a patient arachnoid Here's a leading expert in the world in los angeles california and he we've taken emaar is sent it to him and he looks at it and says you know i'm not your provider but i see this on the x ray so this is what you can talk to the provider in your area back out and get more healthy. That provider needs to they can contact the medical professional and get more information So that the practicing provider can learn more about disease that that's involving pain get help.
"ingles" Discussed on Trina Talk
"Get the care that they need to be a voice for them with them and let them know that there is great reason for hope because there is so. Wow i love that. I love that and with your foundation Do you have resources for people and Do you have like maybe some professionals that can speak on their behalf or at least educate them so like you were saying. Ask these questions because a lot of times we go in and we don't even know where to start because we're so traumatized by whatever is being told to us so we don't even know the questions to ask absolutely Most of our educational are free so that people can get the information that is needed and We hold about eight to ten webinars year and then we do a conference before kobe We're hoping to get back to that right now. It's virtual and this year three days long november twelfth and thirteenth in speed register so people can go register and We also put out daily messaging on our social media sites and we do monthly blogs sometimes three to four blogs in a month with information of what's asked your providers had to prepare for doctor appointment how to treat a one pager so that your doctor is a cheat sheet if you're chronic patients to know what are the most pressing issues so many times patients. Forget what questions that they have when they walk in the door. Like a or you go to the dial office you walk in and you like i know all these things. The doctor walks in the room. And you're like so. I had to write that out throughout the month. How to bring that cheat sheet with you so that you get all the things you need..
"ingles" Discussed on Trina Talk
"This. She doesn't want to speak up. Because you know like a place they might spit in your food or might use the hostile. What's the doctor going to do if they have some type of stigma prejudice towards people of color so she has to speak up and she's learned you like no you for mario party ignore. You glad to speak up. You got to share what questions you have. What don't take no for an answer. She asked being and keep figuring out what is best for you. what is best for my nephew. I never want to see him. Go through that ever again is not right. It's not fair at usa stall. Wow talk about your foundation. The international pain foundation talk about that well every year. Are she only with do a service project around christmas time so could be going to a nursing home or or singing christmas carols through the neighborhood or on serving food at a homeless shelter in every year at thanksgiving our our christmas project and the year after diagnos they said if this is happening to barbie this is probably happening to other people. We can do something about it and They said. Let's make this project for year in my debts. Ignoring this is bigger than that is probably be be like a charity so that we can do more in and help more people not just in our own community around the whole united states at i is Sort is a family project in that. First year just treated our st and Then the next year we realize this is not just what's happening in our d. Were all this is happening. Too many retain diseases. And we need to broaden it so we we brought it to all eventually physical mental and spiritual pain. We went from helping people in the united states. Young people internationally where now we have a larger directors..
"ingles" Discussed on Trina Talk
"I'm allergic to this medication medication. Make me feel worse than just the valley fever which is bad as a breathing machine for three months. Well about nine months in of telling my loan specialists amock bernie care doctor. Something's wrong this medicine is making. You have all these other problems. I got a pharmacogenomics test. And there's no more for me. There's no more try this medication. I now have tests that gets updated in retirement. You medication is updated by the fda it updates might result so for the rest of my life. I'll know medication is right for me or not and that could tests show. I was allergic to the medication for valley seaver. And that's what is causing all these other side effects symptoms instead of getting better. So i still have a little bit. I still have some lung issues and challenges going through from valley fever. But i'm doing better without medication than with and tell the doctors solid and writing. They didn't believe that i was actually allergic to it. Man you know this this just upsets me because it happens you know in in we are doctors right so we go to the doctor thinking they know what they're talking about and yeah somebody told me. Oh yeah you've got to have your removed because you're gonna die tomorrow. I would go into okay. You know but you have to have that second opinion and first of all you got to be in like you say your mind has got so many things going on when you hear this kind of news. You're already in pain. And then someone tells you this. The only thing you're thinking is okay. This is what i need to do. What i commend you for. When your glob gall bladder finally decided they wanted to die for you say no. I'm gonna take some time. I'll put my team together because even though you were paying you want it to get the treatment that you knew you deserve that would help in that hinder which already had and i think so. Many times just we as humans. We're just lay people. we're not doctors. We don't know so we go to the doctor thinking they know what they're talking about. So we follow their diagnosis prognosis. Whatever you wanna call it and many times. They don't know what they're talking about. I mean they don't care or they're just pulling something out the air and hoping hoping that they're right there practicing and every say like health care is really bad and i know healthcare is working exactly as designed poorly It it is not designed for care. It's sorry designed for care is not designed for chronic care. It's not signed for color is not designed for people that have chronic lists and so when you present in all of a sudden you become what they term a case file like.
"ingles" Discussed on Trina Talk
"It took about three years the proper diagnosis this rare disease. Because providers don't know about it. I saw forty three providers. Before i got a proper diagnosis. The first to either didn't accept what was telling them. I didn't talk to them. I was not using my attitude. When i was describing. What was going through. They never heard of the disease. One doctor i doing research on my own. I i have. Rsd and he's one hundred percent. You don't have it but never tested me and I checked on going. Because i knew i would not give up the life that i had a head coach at washington state university for the cheerleading and dance program and i was in the top five in the country and i had that program up for nothing. I was the personal they ever hired and eight years in. I got our see. After a meyer craxi the triggered. It was already in me but it started attacking me at that point. I spent about seven years. They've down you'll chair bound and finally got even though had diagnosis after three years. Another four years. Before i got a treatment get worked on. So i'm i'm sitting here because i'm trying to write down on my questions. It's a a lot in tho- I- aggregate everything in the health system. Because i had to switch insurances my husband's on my second husband. My first has been could understand how i went from active athlete coach fully-functioning to bed bound that ended in divorce and god brought me somebody better. Who was understanding and we kind of figured this out together on a journey. Wow yeah. I'm you know this who had just got so many things coming through. My mind is like oh girl we need to have another session. 'cause this is just so our car accident triggered it now. The things that you have the rsd is this is this hereditary. Is this something that's read it. All data do not believe it's the hereditary. Although there's been some studies nothing's turned up to be hereditary. But they have now to auto antigens in our. There's tests in the united states or other countries are further ahead on this rare disease than they are here in the united states. But i happen to have a brother with this condition. And when i step sisters has away from us condition and so it is something that was in our past Her father and our father. My brother and i were military and Were around agent orange so it could have something to do with chemicals that were used during vietnam and the exposure soldiers thoughts. It could be. We used to chase them. You don't man when we were little east coast. They have mosquito man. I don't know if that's in texas or other places. It is okay so on the in arizona. We don't really have cedo so we don't see it here but back east they had been a pseudo man and all the other parents would make their kids come in but our parents weren't home. Most of the time they were they were off working. And we chased the mosquito man on the lights behind it while he.
"ingles" Discussed on Trina Talk
"To get out of bed. It took three years for barbie to get the proper diagnosis and another four years to get the proper treatment. Barbie knows firsthand how hard it is to continue looking for relief. Perfect answers and then coming up against healthcare professionals who blow you off and do not believe what you're saying could actually be what you're experiencing hello barbie welcome to train talk. High trainer got you so much for having me. I am so excited. I've been waiting for this interview because you are doing some amazing thing. Some of the things that i think everyone needs to know about and how i usually start off the show is. I'll ask the guest who you are. And how you came to be a barbie that you are today who i am. That's huge actually. Do a whole session just off you. I am so the short version is an addition advocate. Because i am a chronic patient Patient myself and i've been living with rare diseases for over twenty years now about twenty two years and i had to navigate the health system and did a very poor job of it for years in one i understood. The system had navigate through that minefield. I been called upon to by jesus to bring this to the public and say hey you can get better access to healthcare and i had to go through all the challenges. The rodent roadblocks and everything that i did so that i can help everybody else so they don't have to have the same journey that i read through. And that's how. I got to now. Because i've had gone through all of those challenges already and has come out the other side for a lot of them. Wow this is something very dear to me. Because i have had issues with healthcare and in you know i've been watching things an appreciate you have as well about Doctor said don't take good care of you and especially if you're a person of color kind of dismiss you yet So it's very Something that. I'm very sensitive to apple. I come from a mixed-race family and I mix race myself. But i look white so i get better care than some of my siblings who are definitely not white and they then and their children..
The Free Agents
"ingles" Discussed on The Free Agents
"Joe ingles the australian. He's probably kangaroo or to jumping. Joe caldwell fit in perfectly right now. You ever spent time in australia a little after my nba career. I was there with the french team i played for. Did you like you know. I had my wallet stolen. Sorry it's okay not too many out there. I got it back and seeing all right a lot to digest the food great line. I remember that game. And i remember ben. Simmons had a huge games. I think impede was out injured. They had no guys. Yeah i do that too so the game was real and the point was real too. I think with the forty two because he had a huge asset game. Yeah so these effects this happen you know. Joe ingles of course in. I don't know if i'll ever did go to australia. That pod sort of confused on that. I just feel with ben simmons. Big joe ingles connects connection to utah and not do not be probably did go to australia and he probably did get his wallet stolen so i think a lot of things point this in the direction of being real again true he. He was saying specifically that he played the frankly played for. I guess went to australia for a game. Yes that's what he's saying is what he's implying. Trae what he think. Well as lee mentioned these are some facts about the game had definitely happen. I think i was the game. That ben simmons afterwards was like joe aura rudy. Gobert is not the defensive player of the year or something right basically like i just let them up. I don't know it's tough. I've been off. I've been at the three in a row here. So gimme real with a big old grain. Salt skeets i will say the the joey. Kangaroo ingles like australian connection like not. They're not their finest work or maybe not as this work. I don't know which one. But i think it's them and i think it's real to you know you're you're you're you're on the spot there you're calling a live game and you're trying to think quick and okay. Let's get joe joe joe. We'd ingles australian got the i. I see how that happens on the broadcast. I will go real jd..
"ingles" Discussed on Premium Hoops
"I just think he's a really smart player. Plays could defense and shoots and like i think he can do make the tune stuff and in the utah jazz. Need a lot more than another play connector. But we're not gonna find thirty so we may as well just get a good player and go from there. And that's what we think austin since yeah and like just for a regular season purposes. I don't think they have any trouble in that regard regular season wise but like you did see a little bit more trent forest or meoni who could be good but aren't really good right now As the ninth. Tenth man. And i don't know exactly what raves does for the outcome of their season. But we don't have to be like so nihilistic we can like just shore up the rotation with a guy who kind of fits like a glove into jazz offense. Yeah and let's go down the aisle looking one year to future. Bojan ingles or getting pretty old contract coming up and i think austin rates can fill that cairo goal obviously cost a lot mice and not declined because he's younger so i get a good fit are so we last year. We did a thing where we just named a bunch of good players. We didn't pick. I don't really feel like doing this year. y'all know who those people are and i actually need to eat dinner So i think we're going to leave it there Definitely you know tweet at the premium hoops account for guys who we overlooked and should have picked or let us know any trades or you know teams that you did like. How did we do with your favorite team I actually ran that crazy. Indiana trade by mark before this and he actually really liked it. You know he. He likes just doing something with them. You know you taking some sort of shot you know. Instead of as i said instead of rearranging the chairs on the titanic Fire your last flare and see if this kemba thing works out and see if scotty barnes can do something but yeah that's just one team of many and enjoy this kind of free draft frenzy that we all subject ourselves to. That's going to be a great night on thursday And since the premium hoops podcast. I'll say the Have a good rest of your day. Thanks giles you..
Upgrade Hospitality - der Podcast für Hotellerie und Gastronomie
"ingles" Discussed on Upgrade Hospitality - der Podcast für Hotellerie und Gastronomie
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"ingles" Discussed on WSB-AM
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"ingles" Discussed on WSB-AM
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The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"ingles" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
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The 2 Robbies
Tottenham Hotspur's Shock Exit Leaves Jose Mourinho in the Firing Line
"We all stein with shock. Exit of Tuneup from the first leg. I watched it that comfortable. Well-managed rested rotated comfortable victory. I absolutely didn't expect anything other today than a than a than a standard victory or whatever ought to get to find that way through the game the way. The game unfolded watches from really toast. You know the when there's two games at the same time yanna both games. But my eyes were focused on this particular match. And we'll get into your nose Interview afterwards we saw what he said afterwards. But just the shock rob of this result and what it means. I mean just real quick look to the lineup robina. Okay you know. It's kind of a safe team. Changes nothing about the ordering belden star ikouebe. Lamelo insult goes back in the side delegate. A stars a number ten and you look at it the first star from this like okay kind of boring but may be understandable and both sides were didn't really impress of course in all the fun happened in the second rob Zagreb looked like they wanted to get back into the game. The football was unbelievable. The goals that they scored incredible the hat trick and it was just shocking to see the spurs side. Just go from trying to go from boring defensive to money's the game two then scurrying panicking and avenue not enough to get the result. An awful night for spurs on mean think of at the three europa league games. Obviously it was supposed resolve smell and there's money ninety three young. I was kinda thinking monday night. Might be tricky one. See them out of a mole probably leash. Civil i'm thinking tottenham tuna little against a very large so abrupt team by the laid role is manager is just going to prison for for ruled so any guy in charge interesting at a couple of reports after game and said it was a spanish players fluid today. They didn't know. And i mean. I kinda wanna go to the big picture. Straight seasons unraveling suspense based off the puck event. Dish disappointing knows london dolby. You've got a huge per game. That is an important competition one to get some silverware to to guarantee champions league football with a with the money that knows how we will with his squad that should be able to go down to the very last four is not too if they do things right. will peace. I kind of feel like we've gone back to can say two years ago when we decide with poetry you know isn't the module is it plays. I mean tonight. Uh are we there. Like millennials take a lotta heat Happy as we know. Spanish funds will put up with him. As long as you winning the soviet this is one piece of wire gone. Probably know maybe that the best. John lake final against much city in april. Let's see how that one plays out both only in a position. While josie millennials going to check the heat. But i've got to look at some of the place. I mean you look team and let nine of the place who played today. Play last week against his. All grab team made look very odd region and coastal to win. So he's not to play is not good enough for arche. Good ingle squad. That squad should not get beating city nail. I is all web in this level of competition.
Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz
Hogan adviser Tom Inglesby says VP should quarantine, calls for debates to go virtual after Trump contracts COVID-19
"Could also have an impact on the race for the White House, a top health official of Johns Hopkins University Is calling for an end to in person debates between the presidential and vice presidential candidate the rest of the debates that vice presidential debate and if there are presidential debates. Should be virtual on Fox News Sunday. Dr Tom Ingles be also suggested vice President Mike Pence should be quarantined. Inglesby also advocated for large gatherings like rally's not be happening at all. During the pandemic. A debate between Vice President Mike Pence and Kamala Harris is scheduled for Wednesday. White
The Center Ring esports podcast
Counter Strike Wellness Check
"You know it's also been rough though this year which that's counterstrike I. Feel like the year twenty twenty, really the entire calendar year has been a rough go for our baby boy counterstrike I feel like we have had very little positive stories to talk about with counterstrike so I figured. Normally. We do this. You know two or three times a year the state of CIS where we kind of let everyone know, hey, this is what's been going on. This is an update for everything I didn't feel like that was really the proper way. Do I feel like we need to do a wellness check? Right now like CS needs to go see a doctor and get a checkup because it's been rough. Yeah I mean it obviously Kovic been rough on everybody but see s one of the most appealing factors is the the rivalries between. Countries and you Brazil like that's Kind of create a story line within itself like it's it's just so big. It's not like League of legends where the leagues are really a hundred percent split up and then they only meet each other at these really big events throughout the year for counterstrike they're consistent rivalries. You can have a you rivalries on the rag like it happen every event for the most part in. So from that standpoint, it's affected it more than other games, but then you just have the consistent storyline at their storyline at the storyline that will get into that really just hurt like emotionally feeling it you. Know like I'm feeling emotional about this game because there's so much going on in, you want counterstrike to remain at the top. If you've been a fan for counterstrike as long as we have in, you see little in the armor right that we hadn't really seen before there really hasn't been much competition not only within the genre, but in east sports as a whole, very few games can stand up to that bar in in your starting to feel that slip a little bit. It's not it's not gone obviously it's not even like really lowered itself from where it's at but you're seeing. Chinks in the armor that you feel like, Hey, if we don't fix some of the soon, we could have a bigger problem. long-term has anything that we've we are about to talk about. Affected your. Viewing mentality just one that would be the first thing I want to bring up is the most recent coaches cheating scandal when you're in an online era in although I always told myself like people find a way to take advantage of the system right I was thinking more along the lines of like people had twitch dreams up and they were like getting information that way in that's like stuff that's really hard to control and monitor. But like what can you do if your valve Annette instance like there's not a whole lot if people are playing from homes or off site facilities like you can only do so much so I don't blame them in that instance with the coaches cheating scandal. It really hurt the integrity of the game like there's just so many people involved and I feel like we're just getting to the start of the scandals between the coaching cheating in the MD l.. match-fixing stuff that we're about to hear more about we don't know enough yet but will hear more about this affects the game like this becomes a problem. 'CAUSE now you'RE GONNA see people lose jobs over it. You're GONNA see vowel maybe make stricter coaching rules over this INALSA look at you like you cheated. That's not a good thing right like all these coaches and teams not just coaches, coaches, teams like next time. You make a big fuss about something. This is going to get thrown in your face until this like Aeros. Changed your moved on but yeah that that will leave more of a lasting impression on the game I. Think we're done with me is like definitely has like you see some of these teams and some of these events like I like. I don't know if I'm as. It's still like like the finals and everything are still super exciting. But yeah, it has kind of like in the back of my mind no matter how much I don't want to think about it. It's like, okay. Well, what what is going on that I'm not aware of at the moment. And I know we had Craig on last week or last episode, and he kind of gave his outsiders ingle on it and that kind of made me think to like you know. To me like I understand you're not what's the saying you're not trying if you're not cheating. You're not trying if you're not cheating. Yes. Sounds, but it's also sounds wrong. You get what? You get what I'm saying and I do agree with that statement. However. It also leaves a very bad taste in my mouth that this is apparently been a bug now for years. So you can't just say, oh, it's part of the online quote unquote era it's been around for years valve has been made aware of it. Now, valve could've nipped in the bud a long ago had been guys were aware of this coaching bug do not do it. If you do it, we will restart the round or if it happens will restart the round. If you don't tell us, you're gonNA forfeit no be punishment. That's when I'm like okay. The onus is now on the team and the coaches. But. The fact that valve has known about it hasn't made a ruling like that. I'm like all right. Well, then apart from an organization responsibility to be like, Hey, you did cheat. It's like I'm torn right like cheating is never okay but at the same time. Cheating you're not trying and it's just like I I'm almost like. Split down the middle backwards again whatever you go. I'm almost torn straight down the mid on how to feel about this I know valve made a statement. Did they mention anything about knowing this? Yeah they did they knowledge that they said you know it's it's unfortunate in frustrating that we did not respond to this bugs sooner. Now again, we think that responding offer at least two years later. The only reason they're responding now is because. Their hands have been forced. There was a but with that statement in it says, but bugs or the reality of software in until their resolved, we need to be able to trust the players coaches I have a huge problem with that because yeah although bugs are. Part of. The reality of software sewer bug fixes you know you identify a bug, you go in and you fix it. We understand that things can happen. We understand that you introduce a new gun into the game like the Ra and you have to deal with scaling and getting it just right like it's not everything is going to be perfect but we're talking about a game breaking bug from a competitive standpoint in a multibillion dollar industry that you chose to ignore for so long
FDA Grants Emergency Authorization to Cheap New COVID-19 Saliva Test
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NBC Meet the Press
Public health expert: 50 percent effective coronavirus vaccine would be 'better than what we have now'
"We hit five million US cases yesterday for some perspective. The first nineteen case in the United States is believed to have occurred on February six. We hit one million cases on April Twenty, eight, eighty, two days later. It then took just forty three days to hit the two million mark on June tenth. We hit the three million mark on July seven that was twenty seven days later then just sixteen days later we rich four million US cases and July twenty third and again it took us just sixteen days to hit this five million reported case number right here in the United States joining me now is Dr Tom ingles beans, the director of the Center for Security of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Dr Ingles. Be Welcome back to meet the press. WanNa get a little big picture here. You know last week you were you put out a lengthy list of ten recommendations. You guys didn't call it a reset, but sort of like how do we get control of this virus? Now another one of your sort of colleagues in the larger sense Michael Star home is an op Ed. He's basically calling for a reset of some sort New York Times today editorial page calling this. It feels though as public health officials are all calling for some sort of reset. Partial. lockdowns things like this and yet we are not having that conversation at all on the political side of things. Are, are we doomed to sort of live with this virus now if we're not GONNA at all look at your recommendations I DON'T THINK WE'RE DOOMED To this fate I? Think we we know what to do. Other countries have done it. I think the purpose of these resetting reports these for a kind of a reestablishment of the basics. Is that we know that another country's universal masking fiscal, distancing, avoiding large gatherings. Those kinds of things have worked. If we look at countries like Italy and Spain and France, they have a total of about seven or eight deaths today and we have thousand, but it's not magic what they did. We know what they did. So I think if we act together in national unison, we can get there and that's what the purpose of these many of these reports are I want to bring up the issue of masks there've been some people that said if we had ninety five percent compliance unmask wearing, we could get rid of we could sort of get this fires under control. Is that unrealistic and we do need to do more than just mandating masks Do. Not, alone. Not by themselves or alone the solution, but they are a critical part of it. We know that physical distancing makes a big difference. We know that large gatherings are places where super spreading events occur and people have the opportunity or the virus has the opportunity to get around quickly and for. Many people at once. So we have to do a number of things together in terms of you know simple things like diagnostic testing results coming back much more quickly. It's it's unacceptable for the country to have to have testing comeback a week or even two weeks later it's not useful at that point there's no point even doing the test. So a number of that we have to do, but they're not they're not complicated they may be hard, but we have to do them kind of in unison. And all of those, they're not hard except when you when the word politics gets involved, it makes everything a little bit harder and I wanNa keep you out of the political space here. Let me ask you a question about that scenes and to sort of set expectations doctor Fauci implied that the first vaccine that we get, he hopes it's seventy five percent effective. The FDA has said they will approve any vaccine that's at least fifty percent effective. Can you explain to the public what that means what it means and what it doesn't mean and what our expectations should be for the first vaccine Well, we know that many of the vaccines that we use are not perfect. They don't prevent every case of disease but if they prevent a substantial portion of disease than that can help us get to a point where most of us are protected, the disease can spread quickly between people anymore a concept that is called her immunity. Herd immunity doesn't mean we will won't disease anymore. It means it's not gonNA efficiently as efficiently spread in an epidemic form. and. Is there a percentage figure in your mind that you think will sort of give us a huge? Huge step in the right direction is at a vaccine that is at seventy five percent or does fifty percent do you fear that could be a false sense of hope. I think we would take fifty percent because it's fifty percent is a lot better than what we have. Now we've we've no tools to no no vaccine tools or medicine tools that we can use to slow this down. So fifty percent would be would be far better than what we have. Now of course I think we all want something that is seventy, five, eighty, five. Ninety percent effective. But we'll have to see what we get and I think for the amount of time has passed since the beginning of this pandemic to have a vaccine that's even fifty percent effective in in the coming months or the beginning of twenty twenty, one would be phenomenal. But again, we hope it's better but fifty percent would be better than what we have now. Tom ingles be from Johns, Hopkins One of our experts that we have on here regularly, really appreciate you coming on and sharing your expertise with us. Sir.
The Fine Homebuilding Podcast
"The House my wife and I bought last. Fall is an unusual cape in that it has a fairly deep overhangs on the front and back the shake citing the front and back under the overhangs is in very good shape but the shake siding on the gable ends where overhangs is in terrible condition and needs to be replaced. My wife and I would like overhangs on the gable ends before replacing the siding to give the new siding the same protection as the front and back so our question is twofold. The first part is a design question. Hello Kylie can we add overhangs without making the house? Look stupid so let's let's go there Kylie. What do you think? Can we put things on this? You know I'm still struggling with this. Because the functionality of the overhangs is undeniable in fact just before he said this the day before I had sent a message to Matt saying I think over the solution to everything. We need big fat overhangs. It's true. Yeah it's not in keeping with the Cape style but at the same time. He's got pretty significant overhangs on the rest of his house. I don't know I'm struggling. Because of the function is I support that and then again when he adds those overhangs his house is GonNa look pretty top heavy because of that big fat pedals in the Front So I don't have. I don't have a strong opinion. One is I just can't decide. Let's dig into the rest of this question and then maybe it'll be become clear. We add the overhangs. Only at the top of the gable end or should we also wrapped overhang from the front and back around the gable ends between the first and second floor so this house has a little tiny dorm or on the front and he wants to know if if the new gable overhang should return around this little tiny gable on the front what you would call that a gable wasn't referred to that or maybe it is kind of a strange wounds from the half from the house. It's almost as if they took a porch and just put a hybrid between a porch roof and gable and and a gable dormer. It's it's kind of a strange. We've been getting a lot of unique houses that are of that I've ever seen anything like before. This is with big fat overhangs. What you guys listening should go to the website and take a look at this House Very Little House. I. It's difficult to explain and shoot as heck. It is heck Character the second question is structural. How do you add overhangs to an existing house without them falling off? Is this a matter of needing lots of structural screws or lag bolts or were visible support? Brackets be required. We realized that adding overhangs would acquire a new roof. But for your article. If we want to control their Istan prins we need a new roof anyway. Thank you Adam. Are He says? I'd like another sticker. Many can get. I want to try and compete with Barbara for the largest collection. She probably only has one. You know the stickers have been on lockdown for weeks now so I promise you all when I can get back in the office if you email me I will. I will send the backlog of stickers I owe you all. I got an even bigger surprise. The only stay tuned to the end of the show today. Because it's going to blow your mind anyway back to this question way to stay tuned. Adam. I Love Your House. I think you're going to screw it up if you put overhangs on the Gables and honestly the siding for the age of the House is in pretty darn good shape man Adamant were corresponding I. I shared his emails with you guys yesterday right and and we talked a little bit. About how much money he has to spend on this and frankly I don't think he's going to be able to add relation to put insulation layer on the roof. Get a new roof and put these overhangs on for the amount of money he has to Adam. Your House has what are called as strateg- straighted shingles strategy ingles and you can actually buy these things on Amazon. I would be really tempted to take this on yourself and because frankly for the amount of money you have. I don't think you're GonNa get all this work done right and you know as far as getting a contractor to put installation on your house. It's not very big but people tend to charge a lot of money for that and I don't know exactly why it's not all that complicated but it's just something people don't do a lot of and finding a contractor. Who's willing to do that kind of work we've talked about is is challenging. Right Rahm. Yeah I mean it's you know it's becoming more and more common. People are becoming more educated about it but as I would still think a majority of people are of the the average local contractor man. I can't really speak for the country but it certainly is in no every house ever especially insulation retrofits as a couple of things one. It's hard to justify the the investment especially on a complicated exterior where you have a lot of strange Seems in and flashing details. This house is not that though. This is a very simple form- at you know. It lends itself well to well with all of this with overhangs and the dorms and stuff. It could get pretty complicated. But but the point is it's it's it's hard to justify the amount of work Especially if you're on a tight budget to do all that stuff I mean I. I'm the first person to say that that adding overhangs I would never build a house without a reasonable overhang and As much as I like modern aesthetics I think the the benefit of protecting the siding is worth it but in a situation where you're you're siding is in reasonably good shape focus more on things like I noticed that his siding roofing on doors is too close to the shingles and they they recommend to inch gaps there which a lot of people don't like look of but if you want the shingles to last you gotta keep them up off of the you're talking to side while shingles if you want deciding to last. You have to keep it up off the roof because it's waking up water yes and an. You should definitely prime the ends of those and they all need to be cut right because they have to be caught on an angle. So when you're done cutting gotta make sure those are primed and as rob suggests if you keep it up two inches that's best keeping it up. Any amount is better than none. Yes so I think you know I deal with this so much with my old houses that you gotta have to kind of pick your battles sometimes because there's an ideal scenario if money was no object but there's also reasonable compromises to get a comfortable house that you can afford to live in. I would like to add that. Adam was worried about doing this work. Because it's up high on you know let I was very very fearful of heights when I started out as a carpenter and the secret for me is having good staging having good equipment to work off can trust things you know. We'RE NOT GONNA fall down right maybe rent pipe staging from supplyhouse or. Maybe you buy aluminum poles and sell them. When you're done just have good gear and waking working up at height shouldn't be any different than working on the
Entrepreneur on FIRE
How to Become a Master Influencer With Michael Stelzner
"It's going to start off by talking about becoming an industry leader in the social media industry specifically cynically and some of the advantages that come along with that so you kind of like step back and take us in that direction. I've had the distinct advantage because socially examiners now ten years old and we've been at this for for a while and we've seen a lot of people come and go and I privately mentor advised and coached a lot of these people. And one of the big things that I notice is everybody that becomes known seems to be more successful and there seems to be something to that. How do I become known? Because here's the advantage edge. John when people are ultimately thinking about a person or a company Who is the one who is the company that POPs into their mind? And that's the big question right when you are that company or where when you are that entrepreneur that individual that people think when they have a need. Guess what that means. So you don't have to pay facebook or Google. Any money to try to generate leads exposure. People start talking about you to other people so when someone's inside a facebook facebook group in this a ham looking for somebody to help this they say oh you gotta go to person. Why even if that they've never worked with person Y and your person why that's awesome marketing marketing for you? So what ends up happening as all these opportunities start falling in your lap. You're asked to speak on stages you're asked to be on podcasts. Your Business model grows is and you can take it to the next level. That is the promise that comes from being really well. No and this is something that you've actually done on multiple levels meeting you. Have you know a conference conference social media marketing world where you bring an industry experts. You highlight them on stages you also highlight them on your multiple shows within youtube and just the the overall social media examiner show that you live on a weekly basis so let me kind of talk about some specific examples that you've seen where people have come in. They've become known I'm known for what they're doing. As a result as you mentioned the become more successful as a result. Oh my gosh. Every person you can think of that's probably on the stage David. Social Media Marketing. World has done this right. You think about somebody like Jay Bearer Mari Smith right so Mari Smith is somebody who is out there all the time talking about what's new in the world facebook as a result. She's the one people think of when they look at when they're looking for our facebook expert. She's the one that Businesses partner with and want to hire Jay Baer. He keeps writing books and he keeps doing podcasts and he keeps getting Keno Gigs and he keeps getting opportunities to moderate. You know big stages and stuff like that and he gets opportunities to build this consulting pipeline without having to build. You know without having to pay anybody to do that. Those are just is two examples that come off the top of my mind. But you're another example. John I mean. Look when you've been able to achieve over the seven years since you started entrepreneur on fire because of what you did right I mean you are a relatively unknown. You're the guy that came out of the military right and Had A prior career that not a lot of people knew about and you just burst onto the scene and as a result of you building those relationships in developing that content even though most of your content was focusing on. What's in the minds of other people? A lot of that rubbed off on you John. And as a result you're able to launch all sorts of products and services that accelerated your growth. And now you're living the dream and I would not say relatively unknown I would say completely unknown I mean I had no footprint no fingerprint. Not even a finger nail in any kind the online entrepreneurial Social Media Marketing Space Zero Zip Zilch. So that's just a perfect example fire nation of how when you're able to establish a name in a specific niche than as micro sandwich. I love you know you start getting these organic lease people start talking about you become your evangelist. You're not having to pay hand Over fist for the instagram for the FACEBOOK ACA CETERA. Select right now in the podcasting space. A lot of people are like. Hey you know thinking about starting a podcast but you know what I'm GonNa go to YouTube. Missile videos people are like well. You could do that. But there's this Guy John Lee Dumas has this completely free podcasting course freepodcastcourse.com. You should go check it out and I have so many people because we have an intake former paradise where I'd say. Hey how did you. First Harry about paradise you know. Of course all the options are ads and my journal and this and that but they say a friend told me about your free course or a friend told me to just google you and like that is such a massive way that I'm getting more leads and I'm getting more audience. And I'm getting being more revenue through courses through enroll lease unlike podcasts paradise etc so fire nation this why while michaels talking about is so super key he but where would somebody even startling if they want to become well known and they're just like how even start in the space right now. That seems so loud so so crowded. What would you tell them? First thing I would tell everyone no matter how crowded spaces there's room for you for example. Let's take the food industry. Definitely the biggest industry the world because everyone and there is a youtube channel called cooking with dog and it's literally an Asian woman with a dog and she's got one point four nine million alien subscribers and it's just her cooking with her dog and that's her unique ingle. There's an there's a podcast. There's a blog called love and lemons. And all they do is talk about food food with limits. There's a podcast focused on tastes of the past. And all they do they talk about old fashioned traditional kinds of food food so those are just a few examples to show you that no matter what you can probably find a unique angle no matter how crowded the niches because there's the biggest niche in the world is food on undoubtedly okay so beyond that. Let's get to how we do it first of all you gotta ask yourself. What is your why I think this is is perhaps one of the most important questions to ask before you get started? Why do you want to be well now? Do you want to be well known because you WANNA be famous. Because I'm here to tell you that fame does not pay the bills. Can you confirm that. Confirm you've got to have a better y than that you know. You've got to have some sort of a bigger reason. Why for me? The reason why I wanted to be well known as I wanted to make a difference in the world. I knew that if I could give away the content that others were worse basically keeping pent up inside of them and charging people for as consultants. If I could give it away in my blog in my podcast an-and and our youtube channel. I know that draw an audience to us and I knew I would just need a tiny little fragment of that huge audience to be very successful and I knew that every person that would share that content would be basically increasing the footprint of the business and I knew that ninety nine percent of the world that I touch will never become a customer customer and I was completely okay with that because I had a bigger purpose. So figure out what your wise and it's okay to have a why that I'm GonNa make money It's okay that I want to buy that Dream House. Any of those kind of things. Just have a y but fame alone isn't good enough secondly once you know what your why is. I really think it's important to do a competitive analysis. Now John. I would love to hear your thoughts when you started your podcast. was there any kind of research that went into this. There was a bunch of research that went into it because I was a podcast listener and my the biggest question that I had was. Okay what do I love about the shows that I listen to you but even more importantly what do I feel like is missing with the actual show that I'm listening to on a consistent basis right so start looking at people that quote unquote might be competitors. But don't think of them as like the Evil Empire Empire that you're out to destroy instead look at them as like marketplace justification right. There's proof that there is somebody out here talking about this writing about this creating videos about this and I want to know what is it about them that I like and what is it about them. That I don't like how could I learn from them. And and then maybe you could start researching people in other spaces that are not competition and come up with someone who you really loved. The work that they're doing for me was a guy named Andrew Goodman who was really big in Seo Space and they still might be to this day. I just loved everything about his business model and I said I want to take that and I want to do that in the social for media marketing space so after you research competition then you try to figure out what your unique point of differentiation as John. Unique point of differentiation differentiation is. Tommy John. podcasts there you go yeah everyone else was doing it weekly or maybe twice a week and John decided to do it every single day because he knew there was an audience that was in their car working in real estate or commuting or whatever that was in that car or on that train every single day and he wanted to be in front of them because has he knew that he did not need a huge audience to be in front of if he was in front of them. Every day. I would feel now in my case. My unique differentiation is that I ask questions that others are thinking again on my podcast. So I won't let my guest go deep down the trail without like if they'll say something like an acronym that my audience doesn't know I'm going to say well hold on a second and I stopped. Stop them in the tracks and my audience tells me Oh my gosh you asked exact questions that were on my mind. So that's my unique thing. Is I try to put myself in the position of my listener and try. Yeah to make sure that I that they get something by listening to me. That's just one of my unique different traders. What's your unique differentiator? Maybe you're funny. Maybe your analytical maybe you have a unique view on the your industry that nobody else has maybe you come from a different world like maybe you're an attorney who's become a chef and maybe you can bring some parallels between the world of law and the cooking. Maybe there's laws of food that we haven't even even thought about so try to figure out what your unique differentiation is. And then the last thing is to start testing your message and this is really important. John I think in the beginning I mean when you create content at the core of everything we're talking about today is to be known requires the creation of something you need to either talk on a stage age or talk on a podcast create video or you need to right so when you create that message in the beginning you have to think of. Everything is a great experiment and just like a cookie and experiment. It might not be well received the very first time so start testing your message by creating the message and then analyzing analyzing the message which we're GONNA get into in a little bit here to try to ascertain what works and what does not because my guess is John in the beginning you. We're doing things differently than you're doing now. Am I right big time. What's changed? I mean a lot of things have changed so I I was just like trying to test my message by going out there and really having a structured interview interview and really be focused on. Hey I don't have skills as a podcast is an interviewer's a host. I don't know how to guide. I know how to dig deeper so I was just trying to stay to a very structure message and I did that for five. And a half years. That was two thousand episodes daily with essentially the same six questions. But I've continued to test my message a year and a half ago. I made a big break like I said. Hey I want to switch to an audio masterclass more than a podcast. I'm GONNA be having the top experts. And their specific niche industry. Come on and give a masterclass. It's like give this actual course on specific topics so I can go real deep and just talk in a much more fluid and just really intense manner and so that's just me kind kind of continuing to test getting feedback from audience can continue to try to say okay now that my strengths have grown in these areas. How can I utilize these in a better
No Meat Athlete Radio
Eating More Whole Foods This Year
"Going to keep it short little inbetween style episode this time and this time we're direct I answering a problem that Your wife Katie has right now is is resolution of this year for twenty twenty was to eat more eat more whole foods. Try to be more conscious about making sure that we're eating processed food and that's for her and for me and for her daughter so that's that's kind of the resolution and It sparked this kind of conversation between us or between Gideon I about where read we struggle the most like what. Where do we end up? Introducing processed foods most most frequently and then and then from there. You can kind of look at like won't be easy substitutes or easy ways to kind of make it more whole food. Yeah this is an interesting topic for this time and probably a relevant pertinent one. Because I was thinking about this topic and I I was just thinking about. Ah I duNno five seven years ago when I was kind of new at being Vegan but general. You're not I was thinking about that time and the posts that we had written back then about eating whole food news and it was kind of a different thing like when I was talking about eating whole foods that really meant not eating oil and not buying potato chips and stuff like that at the store button. Now there's have fewer wholefoods these days than I did then because I think it's so much easier to it's more tempting to not eat holes because now the Vegan decongestions are good now rarest before the Veggie Burgers from the store weren't nearly as appetizing as the ones you can make it home Same with the Vegan hotdogs and the and the you know vegan cheese just wasn't good before and now it actually is now. It's really good and you crave it and you want only that so it's different now so I think a lot of it is kind of a habit. It's not like it's we need new ways to make crazy recipes. That don't have the whole. We already have those from. They don't have the junk food we have them and they're from five or seven years ago. It just sort of more of a habit thing these days but We'll see as you get into situations where where you guys tend not to eat foods. We'll see if that is true. Yeah I think I think that that is kind of that is the problem. Right is like when we do just a regular grocery shop and we're kind of thinking about our staple meals which would be like doc stir fry and Pasta and maybe Burrito or something you know a a rice and beans both when we started thinking about those like there. Aren't there typically pretty clean typically pretty whole food and if we just go to ingles regular shop and that's no problem but but then you do things like The other day we went to trader Joe's and we we hardly ever go trader Joe's and they have all these different like begin like Cheese dip and yeah all different vegan cream cheeses. I guess ingles us to like your or or you go to whole foods and there's just a ton of new things and every time you see something like that it's hard not to buy right because you're excited about it and we know it's GonNa taste good and and so the ended up kind kind of buying it and we. We've found that we just every time we get out of our our routine which is every other week or every three weeks or something. You know. We'll do a shop at someplace new and every time we get out of that then we ended up just buying all kinds of junk food being food. Yeah right Degree that's used to be a novelty or you go to Veg fest or something you get to try vegan cheese and of course you because it's the first one such thing has been available available and you do it and it's delicious but then you go home and there's no more of it so you just stop eating it. It's so different now. I mean because there are multiple brands of vegan cheeses and the dip. So you just mentioned engined trader. Joe's of course there's the there's the frozen begin options Fil offals Veggie burgers and some of that isn't as as long as you okay with oil. which and that's what we're talking about or not? Some of that can be pretty close to whole foods still but but yeah I mean just just so many more options out. Yeah so I mean it's interesting like like more options as a problem right because it seems like it would just be better and we just keep choosing the healthy Atkins if that's what we want but it kind of goes back to like. I used a lot. That being Vegan was inconvenient and that was why it was so healthy because it just you couldn't do not have the option to eat really unhealthy so you had to kind of make your own things at home. Home and by default was healthy. And that's that's really not true anymore. Now you have to choose it to be that way. Yeah yeah that's absolutely true so I think we should start with oil oil. We don't have to go into big oil discussion but I think we should. We should start with it because that's an obvious one. Oil is processed food. And I know that you've gone through sense of being oil free. We have not although we have tried many times to reduce our oil consumption. What what do you think about oil as a process I have? I've researched quite a bit just for my own reason. My family history has lots lots of heart disease in my family. History and I've been really concerned about or my parents have always asked me about it. And they've gone back and forth. I'm at the point where I think. Generally heated oils especially multiple times heated it oils like with most deep fried foods. You buy in restaurants in the are you. That's bad you don't want that stuff olive oil. Especially when it's not heeded I think is pretty okay. I don't think you need tons of it. But you know there are some on jeopardy types out there who say you should aim to get. At least you know a tablespoon a day or something like that so there are there are people who do research and it is a good thing for longevity there may be certain conditions that make it not that way. I'm kind of. It's also that we've kind of relax a little bit like I. Just I use the oil free for maybe a year or so solid and it was fine. Didn't lose too much weight. Didn't feel sickly. It was all fine. I just didn't quite enjoy cooking the way I used. Even the taste of the food was fine now just the. I don't know being able to cook their recipes. You can't do without oil and I like going through phases where I really get into cooking and try new things so I don't know for me. It's easier to have it in in small amounts. I really don't ever eat any oil. That's not olive oil unless it's out at a restaurant or something I don't know I'm pretty happy with just just being mindful about it. I don't know the answer whether it's good or bad and I don't know if there is an answer I think like when I when you first talked about going free I was kind. Have I remember thinking like I will. How the heck does he cook like Saute stuff which you can do water? We do it but you know like what after your tips on that I mean yeah. That's that's the big one is add water instead of oil and I generally try to keep the amount of water to a minimum minimum. Sometimes you don't need it at all. Always keep it to a minimum is because once you add the water you Kinda start boiling or steaming your foods in on a small scale And that typically makes foods that aren't as interesting as some that. Are you know have more of a seared crispy outside to them so I just limit the water but but use it as needed if it was going to burning you. Put a little splash. Water in there Also airfare is wonderful for that I mean he really does a great job it comes with its own a health questionable health issues where times I've heard you hear talk negatively about. Don't think it's a miracle I think it makes really good food and really quickly and it's great you can. You can really just throw vegetables in there and they will come out more appetizing when you put them in but yeah I mean there are with heating foods at that high. I have a temperature where it's super convection to. They're constantly at that high of a temp it. Just it has it. has its own issues. So who knows but if you're just trying trying to get off of oil then you know maybe you're okay with that for now
A Look At The Latest Movies In Theaters
"Movies tonight's premiere a lot of really interesting movies premiering tonight including the latest in the terminator series in the first movie that James Cameron's been involved in in a bit joining us now to talk about terminator dark fate and a few others is sorry bunch Washington post center stage contributor and movie critic joining us here in the here who have program said bunch good to talk to you about friends here in Cleveland how are I'm great Bob I'm great it is it is kind of a weird weekend at the at the movies you've got you've got a couple of pseudo award hi quite releases coming out this weekend you've got motherless Brooklyn right which is the ad Norton new are about life in New York City in the in you know thanks Vera it it is that the the problem with this movie is that it is the features as Norton doing that very ed Norton the actor leaf thing you know if you've seen the trailer a hundred times and I have a you know that this is you know that this is going to be which he you know kind of should the shuddering map and then you also have which is the story of Harriet Tubman I let me see if I may so he let me ask you a bit more about motherless Brooklyn because I am an Edward Norton fan and I'm I mean going going back to the illusionist I mean it I mean virtually all of the twenty fifth hour is that the kind of thing you're talking about when you see a typical Edward Norton type of it is a very it's a very after the manner performance yeah he's doing he's doing if he played a character who has as a mental disorder if they it's kind of a rain man white hi situation and you know it it it depends on how much patience you have for that like I it again my my my big complaint here is that the movie is two and a half hours long and the this is the an ad that somebody with limited patient it's hard to do that and so and there's also Herriot which unfortunately I I miss that my my child had the flu so I was not able to get the the the press screening of that but I'm I'm pretty interested in it in part because it makes Hardman look like a walking talking poster for the the the second amendment as she's you know she she has the arm up there she can head back south and and free the slaves I I I I am looking for that I have not actually seen it's like yeah I can't say one way or the other if it is they recommend or not recommend other terminator dark fate is is the big movie out this week of opening wide on you know four thousand three and is the first James Cameron involves terminator then in the the second one then he turned right back yeah and it is also a direct sequel to teach here this is one thing that people are fans if if there are fans out there who have obsessively watched all of the terminator movies you know terminator three terminator salvation terminator Genisys that that there are Connor chronicle this kind of gets all of that the the the with all of that out of existence and it's just the straight world two terminator two which that's great news that's great news because I I'm one of those who skipped all of those sorry I I I I don't know why the genesis and the others did not grab me because I was a huge terminator fan of the first two and I missed all the rest so I kind of thought I can't go see this I will have missed so much so you're saying that matter does not matter if you if you've seen terminator wanted terminator two you're all caught up I think I think most people have just seen terminator one in terminator three honestly I I have a soft spot for I thought it was interesting and there's something kind of different with the with the with the franchise the terminator dark fate starters there were it features the return of Linda Hamilton affair Connor she is back in trying to save a a young girl who lived in Mexico for being a what being wiped out by the terminator that is kind of a mix of the the terminators from the first two movies that if the if gotta act endoskeleton you know the metal and a skeleton with the metal liquid liquid metal poly alloy him make a kind of separate itself the can in separate itself into two sermon acres wow it's not just one and can I come in gonna coming hello and thank you and also a defining this girl is at a argument human I play by mackenzie Davis who who is the is the interesting actress she was on the halt and catch fire the prestige internet TV are you know prestige SL on AMC about the the ride the use a mac whatever Bubba around the figure out so the bunch though about terminator dark fate is is at his age he doesn't look like in cannot be the terminator of the past what role does Arnold play in his terminator by a persona in this thing sure well I I I don't want to spoil too much but but Arnold is also back he he will be back he is back and he is playing a terminator that has that came back from from the past and have kind of that'll that'll down almost the he has he has a family and I I'm not joking not a joke you have a family and his family is a family of five plus I mean I I get was it too much okay bye I got too much it is it is interesting you know there's there's there's a whole gender studies dissertation the written about the evolution of the terminator through through the years you know the in the four and like the role of masculinity in society or something as in the first movie right he's just as big Bob naked that you'd write me right goes around killing people and you know he is very of what product any you know and then in the second movie he had you have to learn to feel any you know he he gave he did he get them humor and you get them on personality and then in this movie he is again almost domesticated and it's very strange to her watch he that play out on screen it's not bad exactly if it's just strange I don't know I mean but the problem with this movie is that it totally fine but nothing more than that and if you if you want to revisit this world and you want to do it with James Cameron I think you need something a little more than fine but I also don't know that there's there's that much more you can do with the terminator movies right if it's a movie about you know sending a robot back into the past to kill somebody who is important to humanity future and you can only do that so many times with the before before the well really run right right well yeah I I just I think it I I think you could I I I I can't I can't give us a strong recommend in the sense that I don't think it's a much the gotta you gotta get out there you're gonna be wowed by it but it's it's okay it's fine you won't hate it if if mediocre we're not gonna see Arnold on skis jumping over cage shark though you're here you're telling me it's it's it's a less okay I feel like that sounds may have jumped the shark when you told me there's a terminator family I don't know how that's going to play out they said the only ask you one other question also opening this weekend I'm AT and if you've seen it or not but I'm interested just because of the heavy weights involved deniro has taken on a break from bashing Donald Trump and decided to make a movie here with Pacino and with the ray Romano as well it's the Irishman the Jimmy Hoffa another Jimmy Hoffa a vehicle here any thoughts on that one well I actually see that this morning there's a press screening the hot so I I do not have any thought Jeff yeah I I I don't be is it actually out in theaters now is that I had seen the ingleses opens today now so that yeah yeah yes so it is it okay after this is a necklace release it is going to be playing limited in a few theaters around the country it is a and I I just looked it up it is playing in DC so I I see it in a couple hours I will let you get back and let everybody know how good it is next week I yeah but it is it is out in a limited run in theaters right now mostly landmark they think and then it's going to be on Netflix on I think the fifteenth but let me I I will I will I I saw I saw the promotion for the movie yesterday on I don't know if it was the today show for what it was but but I did see here in interview no one today but anyway I did see an interview with the three of them and you know anytime you see anytime you see deniro and Pacino get together on screen which they have done numerous times it's it's huge it's you know either the chemistry is always perfect and and and it's always it the question is about the story which you'll find out later this morning but I'm also curious to see whether or not Robert de Niro's brand has been damaged or diminished at all because of his you know is this political career now seems to be as important to him is that his acting career and some people love his you know outside interests bashing Donald Trump and some people really resent it'll be interesting to see how audiences respond yeah so it it's on that puts on November twenty seventh in theaters now it in a few theaters now Hampel theaters now and then they'll be on Netflix starting November twenty seventh you know it's interesting because I I it'll be it'll be hard to judge exactly what what the response to this movie is because Netflix doesn't release any actual data you know they they don't release box office data they don't release of the data who actually watch it the movie and how much of it so it's hard it's hard to say if audiences will you know will stay away from that new models sorry is this a new model big you're right I mean it's Netflix produced and I think I saw on exposures today it's a hundred sixty million dollar budget so it's a massive budget movie if I saw that correctly in its Netflix and they are going to put it on Netflix but it's going to have a limited run in theaters is that a new model I don't I don't recall that being a very common thing if it's Netflix for them to put it in the mix we asked for a while they do it they do it for the they do it for you know doctors even type movie the the awards contenders because in order to qualify for the Oscars you have to have a theatrical run in in at least New York and Los Angeles or you know one week or two weeks it if if the thing so they they expand that a little bit and do you know Chicago the others but it is it is not a it is not the standard necklace really followed not the first time they've done that they did that last year for Roma and some of their other movies ballad about their Scruggs and and a couple others and they've they've done it a couple times this year but it is it's very it's very strange because the because of the way they work the major theater chains that want to work with them they have to do the right in the route well I'll tell you what Sonny it's a really interesting mix there's terminator if you're a fan of the series of special the first to go to that one if you can stand two and a half hours of jittery go see motherless Brooklyn and we'll find out next week what you thought of the Irishman sunny bunch Washington Post movie critic thank you so
KNBR Tonight with Drew Hoffar & Kevin Frandsen
Cashman: Yanks weren't close to deadline deals
"They will again they were dangling they just didn't get anything done interestingly enough it was that great he was pitching against the Yankees on Wednesday in the Bronx it's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS sports radio so Brian Cashman the general manager of the yanks said they were attempting to make some deals most his reasons it didn't work out so certainly disappointed you'd like to have more if you could but I don't have any realistic chance the in my mind based on the dialogue to do so and so for the Yankees for Brian Cashman I think he's more tempered than what he and the Yankees have been in the past when it comes to deadlines they are less inclined I'm not saying they won't do if they're less inclined to mortgage the farm usually why the past anyway they've had a reputation for over buying and also over paying but now they like what they have though they certainly could have used another starter what they like what they have and they feel like even with the Astros in their pitching staff that they've got the bats to be able to match the again Cashman says they did look around they did try to make a deal but there are only so many teams that are selling we knew it was a fair market and it was obviously stiff competition even inside the American League for the services of say as aggregate of course the question then turn to what happens if you match up with the Astros in the playoffs play this season now we'll take care of our own business to put ourselves in a position to be one of those fourteen teams that play in October and then take our roster up against whoever in season or Texas hopefully we're in a position to be planned them in a meaningful game maybe you never know when you match up but you know obviously he's a really good pitcher and and helps their club certainly but we know Ingle beat anyone and that's you know nothing changes there so that Grady had to the Astros and if you care about this sort of thing the oddsmakers now place them along the favorites to win a world theory is you know what happens when the odds makers jump in and make predictions that actually happens when anybody makes a prediction the sports god laughing you'll face so what do you think baseball fans it's not Madison Bumgarner would shout what a bore me away but it is that grain key who should the American League previously remember he was with the Royals it seems like for every go that he was with the kids the Royals doesn't it wow so now he returns to the American League and he's already a lot of with him in a lot of experience but he's already now a guy who doesn't have to worry about pressure he is not to be number one guy he stepped into a rotation that wall is certainly can use him has the confidence and I believe me AL
On The Edge With Thayrone
Trump says he is holding big Pharma accountable in opioid fight
"Then Trump vowing to keep up the fight against the nation's opioid crisis on multiple fronts, speaking at a drug abuse summit today in Atlanta, we are holding big pharma accountable. They should be accountable says the federal government brings a first of its kind criminal case against a drug distributor in the opioid epidemic. Former CEO of Rochester drug cooperative is accused of not only ordering his subordinates to ignore red flags about certain customers to help boost the company's bottom line, but also did so to maximize his own pay the department of Justice confirms this is the first time executives of a pharmaceutical distributor and the distributor itself. In this case RDC have been charged with drug trafficking to executives have been charged. The most notable though, former CEO Lawrence Dow the third he made his initial appearance in federal court yesterday on charges of unlawfully distributing oxycodone and federal and consp-. Hiring to defraud the DA -'s Laura Ingle, prosecutors say the number of oxycodone pills sold to pharmacies by RTC soared by eight hundred percent between twenty twelve in two thousand sixteen. The company has already agreed to pay twenty million dollar fine to the federal
Mac and Gaydos
British indie band killed in car crash in Arizona
"Com. We now know more details about the victims killed in a wrong way crash on the I ten about seventy five miles west of Phoenix. Two of the victims killed where you K indie band that came to Phoenix during their US tour. The third victim was their tour manager fans and Phoenix were able to see the band hers play at the rebel lounge here for the last time the duo Stephen Fitzpatrick and Auden leading died alongside their tour manager Trevor Ingle Braxton, according to the band's record label DPS says a pickup truck with a single driver collided with the van carrying three people four people died in total the band was headed
The Frankie Boyer Show
Finally, a delicious version of The Bible.
"The way to a man's heart is through his throat, they say, well the cake bible hope to get there. Even faster. My first book the cake bible is known as fifty fourth printing. And it was just inducted into the culinary hall of fame classics, the reason, and that's how it began was that I made things easier faster and better and I introduced concept of weighing rather than measuring. And it's been almost thirty years and now all baking books written with weights, and it's been seen as far as Katmandu as far as high as Katmandu and as low as submarine off the coast of Alaska is in every single country in many kitchens around the world is become the literally the bible of cake baking, actually, the product line that I did isn't outgrowths of Ingles. Desire to be better bakers have better quality equipment, and I'm lucky to have American products through since behind my products and creates the most amazing things nonstick rolling pin? And Matt because that's always problem with pie baking I've written. The bible is Christmas cookies and to actually to Connor, but seacoast bakers can cook cooks can't necessarily big. So they allowed me to do. My my cooking books as well. As the thinking books.
Who Has "the Right Stuff" for Mars?
"This is science Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd Yata. Quality here. Ingle Baraga ght-wing crank quality we copy on the ground. You got to the guys about the turn blue. We're breathing. Again. Thank align. Fifty years ago this July when Apollo eleven made its historic landing on the moon. Houston heard the news almost instantaneously within a second. Or so that won't be the case for human astronauts, exploring Mars, where the one way delay in communications could be anywhere from four to twenty four minutes, which will make it nearly impossible to carry on a normal conversation. The result is that Marshon astronauts will need to operate with a degree of autonomy. Space travelers have never had Leslie to church is a professor of communication and psychology at Northwestern University. And she studied the psychology and collective intelligence of simulated astronaut teams here on earth. Not only did they live in isolation and confinement in an analog, but they spent a proximity thirty percent of their time. Mm experiencing what we call extreme communication delay. Meaning that between thirty seconds and five minutes. One way was the fastest that they could have any communication go beyond. Just the other three crew members that were inside their habitat. She spoke February seventeenth at a session called building a winning team for missions to Mars at a meeting of the American Association for the advancement of science in Washington DC, the nine teams that we studied all showed improvement on what we would call behavioral dimensions of collective performance that is their ability to time coordinates sequence psychomotor activities improved. But let's talk a little bit about the bad news as the teams remained in isolation and confinement for longer periods of time their performance on what we call conceptual domains of performance their ability to think together to combine expertise to solve problems creatively declined with increasing time in isolation in. Certainly this is exactly what Autan Amee is going to necessitate of these future. Brave space explorer teens, they will be the ones who will have to autumn Asli carry out creative thinking problem solving and decision making with minimal assistance on or at best remote assistance from teams back on earth. The hope is by studying these simulations here on earth. We'll have a better idea which astronaut teams truly have the right stuff for a new era of space exploration. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Don. Yata?
31 Thoughts: The Podcast
NHL, Grant Fuhr And Sweden discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"Grunberg European coaches in the NHL, not as the systens, but as head coaches overdue. Well, I think that if he comes in. It's probably going to be as an assistant. I I don't know if he's going to jump right into a head coaching job. Look, I'm for anything that makes people better. And there's no question. The sports changing. It's opening up its is two different things and new things and at the end of the day. I don't care where you're from. When I was a kid grant fewer drafted by the Oilers Cougars believe it was Ingle magazine or something like that our goal magazine one of those old magazines goal hand. Yeah. The didn't article on Grant Fuhr being a black goalie, and there was a quote in there from Glenn say there, we are basically said I don't care if Grant Fuhr is purple. I only care if he stops the puck to which Mitch Hedberg was hold on guideline somewhere. People trail of Hedberg. But I subscribe to that theory. I don't care where you're from a what your background is can you do the job. And if you can do the job there's room for you, the one area, and that's when we talked at the beginning of long preamble talking about areas where we need to see new voices and seeing people to get new ideas, you feel that way about bench bosses. I feel that way about the media's well hockey media, whether it's through the O, whether it's truck doesn't matter. We don't have European voices represented at all Bobby Holik once upon a time when he retired sort of flirted with a little bit chemo teams at the all star game was he working for Finnish. Tv that's not North America. Where is that European voice on Canadian slash American broadcasts? They make up so much of the NHL. This discussion could go into a lot of different areas. Because you know, people would listen to what you just said and said there's a lot of different voices that should be on hockey broadcasts. I, but I think one of the toughest things is to get X players in the NBA all the ex players. They wanna be on TV, and they make a ton of money in the NHL not a lot of the biggest ex players want to be on TV, and the money is a different scale and you'll for example, Kevin be exit who's done a few broadcasts with us and was between the benches and all star weekend. He wants to be a dad, and how is that a bad thing? And can you get guys to commit to the job? You know, for example guy like allow European players. How many European players stay in North America after they're done. That is a very interesting question and hang on and specifically, although they've been a couple outfits Samuel Peterson Laura's. Coach's kid I know in New Jersey. There are a few that run camps in Florida. Yup. Specifically Swedes for the purpose. Cobra car. Yes, he does. Yup. Ricard Gronberg just on the podcast, generally. And this is a wide brush statement here when Swedes are done their NHL career. They go to Sweden, and they stay.
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Tonight's is officially set because this Ursula more is in the building. Devin. Moore's also in the building. Resenting race to speak up. We'll talk with Devon and everyone's shortly. Goodson see something your faces and yes, when we say we follow up with people and see how they're doing and get a recap and all the above. We do actually do it shout out to our engineer Brian graves. Big shot to w. r. a. q. ninety two seven FM that's upstate New York. W e b twelve forty AM Long Island, right? They shot to our friends at twelve forty AM ninety five nine. I don't know about you. Rich has been a couple of weeks since we've been back. Whole bunch of things have happened. We what we won't be talking about tonight and this is the best part of the show what we will talk about what we talk about. We won't talk about Brad Kavanagh. I'll good. We won't talk about the forest that went on with the White House in regards to Puerto Rico and the number eight, six eighteen sixty four or twenty nine seventy five, which if he round up his three thousand lives that were lost with hurricane, Maria, we won't be talking about that. Okay, that's it. No more conversation because I think he just did talk about it. Trouble storm for its water. I mean, it, you know, it's a good thing that of course it has been down. It was downgraded pretty quickly as soon as he got on the land went, you know, from four to three, three to category one to tropical storm. However, that does not mean it will not be as much rain that in this case, that's where the dangerous flooding everywhere. Fortunately, the winds course of subsided greatly, but was what's the last number twenty five thirty inches of rain, something like that. And some areas over the course of three days. You know, our thoughts and prayers go out to all of those down in the Carolinas area, Virginia area being affected by the storm being affected by the floods. You know if you were in an area and the national guard of the local law enforcement or the army, or whoever came through and said, you need to leave, you need to leave. They don't come through and ask you to do that just because they want you to abandon your house. It. As your life is in danger and it's a last resort pack up, get out. You know, at least last, I heard at least the the number of lives lost was. But for the last I heard with the, you can expect that, of course of changed. The town that was trending on social media was Newburgh. Where two hundred residents were rescued while and they were in the digital hundred fifty that will waning. I mean, I don't want to believe this and I don't want to sound like you know upbeat, but basically what you said. If someone is telling you if someone from whether it's federal government, one, four, spent all someone in an authoritative leadership position that was appointed or elected by the people by you. To leave or to evacuate. You have to do that. I can. I would, you know, fortunately having never been in that position. Either, but rich come on. Yeah, you can understand when they come by, especially, you know, you listen to the interviews on TV and just about every person who decided to stay set, says the same exact thing. All we wrote out the last two, three, four, five, whatever the number is. It wasn't that bad. We're going to try to ride out this one. Even though they're being told this is gonna be in a little different. It's, you know, don't look just the storm winds. Look at the rain. It's coming. It's high tide, you know, it's a confluence of bad news coming at the same time. And I mean it sure. How easy would it be for you? It would take just about everything for either your all right. I'm going to abandon my house now. Right? You can understand that, but, but like you were saying, I get it too, but are we major flood? So no, we at least I'm not right. So you take you have to take certain things into consideration. You really do. And I know we sound like the Monday morning quarterbacks here. Or maybe we don't sound like the people on Cable News Network that that we want to sound like that. But if someone is telling you. You gotta leave, you gotta go right now. Granted their issues when they're either there's a medical issue, right? Or you know. You can capable of making the trip there. There were reasons why you can't go, but if you sit and they had to say, you know, I am going to ride it out and then you're calling on the first responders and you're talking about, I'm on the second floor in the attic and the new order on the first floor for and is now in the second floor night come on man. You're not only putting your life in danger, but what about this first responders? Right. And the other people who also do need rescuing right may may be there because they absolutely could not get out. Right. We've all in terribly save again. Like you're saying, we don't want to sound harsh. We don't want to sound insensitive. Genetics definitely care about all those down there. But yeah, I on the same. Same thought pattern is you if you've been told to do it, do it. So tell me this much if you're in a situation like that hypothet- hypothetical, you're not rich. I'm not me. Okay. We're not a. Not a Long Island. Okay. We're somewhere in the deep south. We're somewhere where the tide is high. Okay. Okay, we live somewhere in Wilmington. We live somewhere near the beach. In someone knocks on your door, the badge, you know someone like I said, authority figure not saying though with the badge and gives you a life vest. Right? And gives you. A permanent magic marker. Right? And what do they tell me when the hand me this life vest in permanent magic marker and write your social on your arm or somewhere on your body and give us your next kin so that we can identify you right. After the fact. So if it doesn't, if you don't heed that warning. In this something wrong. I'm not gonna say you're wrong. Like I said, I know. By myself. I disagreed with you. I just, you know, I, you know, it's gotta be hard when that situation comes, but you're right when they're doing that, your life is being threatened. Right? And the story they're trying to wake you up. Right? Is your wakeup call, right? This is no different than when at the the former governor, Christie said, when sandy. Get Saturday off the beach. You know, don't work when you're paying right now. Right? Right now, granted for two or three hurricanes later, he was onto the. He was on the beach. Another here. No, there folks. When you hear these types of emergency situations, we hope that you're prepared. We hope that there's some type of emergency preparedness or response that you have within, you know, with your each. I guess within each of your families, you preparation is the key like like you're saying, especially if you live in. So I mean, well, I'm gonna take that back. Partially everyone should have at preparation plan. Yes, of some sort. You know, even if it's just a matter of, okay, if something goes wrong and the members of the family art together, create a plan in a location where you're going to all congregate in SEM as possible, especially if you live in certain areas where you know floods hurricanes in tornado alley, then sure you wouldn't have even more you and have a bag of things. Where do you go? You want to have something, you know, credit cards and items in ziplock bag that, yes, some cash in the bag, clothing. Some parasol nonperishable foods, you know, simple things. It doesn't have to be a, you know, a huge duffle bag livings or something that can get you and your family through for two days. But it's so funny because we've had the set of experts on here before. We have, but you sit back and say, do you have a couple of cases of water, right at home, right. Just in case, right. I mean, not the water that you you. You know, when you walking out to go to work again and you pull out, you know to take one yourself, but something that you have on the side prepares just in case just in case, I hope we've scared you enough. Shouldn't be scared. You know this, my hope we educated you enough again, we're probably a little more sensitive to these things. You know, nine eleven was you know, seventeen years ago, right? And granted, the damage in initial impact was localized to downtown Manhattan. However, the entire region, the entire country was in a state of a look at this. What do I do what's going on? What if and so with like, you know what I'm saying up here, we're a little more sensitive to these taking little Little wasn't wasn't usually usually. superstorm sandy. There's been instances where hurricane Irene, the year prior blackouts blackouts that you have to be prepared for this type of stuff. So as we segue segue, this is late night parents with rich and Ted this ways the follow the show is late night, parents dot com. Wait, you will find the latest blogs. You can find a Twitter and Facebook feeds, but you can find an archive of podcast in the studio. We have in person in person. Devin moore. Named might ring a bell to you. It might not. We'll refresh you in his supermom. Ursula more big shot. The Willmore will how you doing. Much love. So the last time we were in the in this studio together, just a brief recap. We will go through a story where we were discussing cyberbullying overall bullying, just a situation that went from bad to worse. And we talked about some of the perils of. Being online. it. online. it. Before we close out the segment tell especially in contact with you on social media. You could directly message me on my Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, which are. My Instagram spree to speak up all lower case. My Facebook is racist, speak up, which is with each word as capital case. And my Twitter is has up. Definitely. We want to let you know late night parents does support race to speak up and we'll be in touch with you. I don't have to tell you to, you know. Don't be a stranger. You know, you know where we are, and definitely we want to stay in touch with you and find out how you know your progress is going with this initiative. So as I said before, you should be commended and. Thank you so much food for joining us today. Thank you for having you good to see you and mom continue doing what you're doing. We know you're there. You've got this young man's back here. It's it's really important. I just want to say this We is talked really important about that you also. know, you have a mom, and you have a dad I guess the effects that fully of when you were bullied, by your side but and we supportive spoke with of. the mom. We spoke with the family So that there's was going to going be times to just not and sit I know there I'm and gonna take sound it, a little preachy then we're gonna because push back. you know Right. we both had kids. And that's the most important thing you can sit There's there and times you can take when it and mom and you dad could is say, gonna tell oh, you well, something and what you was don't needed? wanna listen This is to what them. happened. All I I don't wanna know, do but x. y. the person z. to the left of me take step and the person to step to back the right to a deep of you breath. said, Think no, about times like this we're not gonna do it. when mom We're not and dad just going to are be the victims. supporting for We're these not different just going to initiatives go down and that long line and of, oh, not just this just is what happened. just the good times And. also think about the times That's that that because we're I troublesome think the one big question that you said, you know what? and Mom, I think we had this dad, discussion I got to speak in to pre you about pro. XYZ. With which discussion Are there was this for you? inquiry They're pro and pre pro like I said, we they're going discussed to be your biggest fans. when They're I was going speaking to be the ones with with the poms Ursula and and in will totally on the phone. supportive of, you know, It said just the he thing in was person financially, spiritually, what have you done? moldy Since above. that So point? make sure you You know, do we understand everything that you that need to do and listen to your parents. there was a lawsuit, Okay. that was that was happening. All right. But I guess Thanks. my concern is out All of the right. last We're gonna discussion take a quick break was. and we How will be do back we, in about thirty seconds you know, of education's being a parent office now, of you federal know student when your aid. child We hurts, provide you more heard than one hundred of course. fifty Okay. billion dollars each year in grants loans And that's, and work, you study know, funds, you hurt making you higher hurt education mentally, possible you're for anyone. physically, Federal student but aid proud sponsor of the American what do mind, you do learn more at student to ensure aid dot gov. that someone else Magin doesn't a time fall into when that no situation? one person has Parkinson's. Disease Because you know what is happens debilitated with your child? by stroke How do we avoid and no this from family happening again, suffers. The tragedy of what also are we doing? 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Good We back. came back Welcome back. and Welcome built back. lives So the question as time is, went on, since we faced the situation new challenges when you and were found with support us before, the handle. I want what to had you done? talk to my doctor and started I doing mean, groups we see that you're thought in good of doing spirits, one on one and we're counseling happy about that. at make the connection dot net. You can hear And our as stories we've always and find said tools you, we said and services to you last available time to you. if you ever needed to use the station Our daughter might or be drinking use or taking this show something is else vehicle can't talk with to her about it. push She keeps out whatever everything message secret, that you have but when I pretend everything. a, our Airways, your airwaves. So tell us All right, what have you and done since we last are time we've back. spoken, I created hashtag racist, It was good speak to have up my organization guess which helps Ursula young people and from different races excuse me, speak Ursula up about and their Devon bullying Moore with and hate us experiences. from race to speak I up. want to educate and power the Good youth to see him doing about well. Good. See him really how doing well. bad That is good to see. not You know, speaking it's like up about we always, like I said, your we always blowing, say that a, people, hey stances let's as let's well catch as the. up Winging and it let's self. talk. Let's see No, how bullying people yourself are doing will get worse if some you don't of speak the people who up do catch back up with it. somebody. Well, We don't catch in my back case, up with. I it think lets me being they paranoid will be I really a didn't even a want mainstay to go to school. here. I think so too, and And that's a when good I thing was in when school, you know I always thought young that man, they were yes, going to do something yes, yes, really, really crazy. happy about that. We'll crazier to Wanna me switch gears and for a second I was and say, rich. anxious. I don't know I also if you suffered got to see my it first this seizure. week. Did Which you see led me the to. apple town I hall ended up in the hospital with the latest gadgets and. and all the above underwhelming Besides over well, overwhelming all of that or that could happen Matt? to you because of bullying. Well, I did not You could sit also in view that the could entire also lead presentation. you to soup I to just being caught even up on some a suicidal of the very quick if it gets updates to that point, which surrounding no one should be, you shouldn't iphone have to releases. go through bullying in Hake, which is why I'll just go with I want to help man. young people with that. I really. I mean, it's okay for Well, men. actually, What are we also, at now? if Thirteen any hundred. of you out there Yeah, have no, anyone I gotta tell you who has been for bullied, a phone before please the show contact started. me on my social media's So we're at the point my now where. Twitter is price tag I'm versus going speak to turn up on by the Instagram phone is racist, for speak Nivo. up, and Oh, so it was Lord, my Facebook. gonna turn on the phone, but let me tell Okay. you Perfect. my daughter had Great. So this great idea how long ago dead. did you set Give up him your my phone your social media and let me accounts? get Have enough. you They have? give him Have you mockery had the opportunity aid, to get feedback iphone yet ten or or have any iphone going act, hasn't even started and subscribing let me to get you the and started iphone some conversations. x. max she just went I all started the way they my went all the way there. in And I my account so quickly my social turned media her accounts around a few months ago. and was just like what And since then some I people said. have been Do me contacting a favor. me I said she dominated said what about I now. said, leave their my room bullying, right now. hate experiences in what has happened in their experience experiences. The schools that would do nothing or try to cover it up. And I've been trying to do whatever I could whatever I can do to help them, but it's still hard for them. Of course. Yes. And also my goals are to. Of course, speak up at schools and I want to implement a class and to each school in the United States or even more than just the United States about bullying. Kate on want people to take a mandatory class about bullying in, hey, where you could in the class, you could set up little skiffs to show the whole school about bullying, hey, can do. And also examples pulling in hate. So you know what you what is going on and what you can do. Want to jump in here Devon and say, I thought he should be commended for not only the situation you had to go through, but the the forward steps that you take in your family's taken in the support that you received in from from your mom and dad. I would say explanation number one. When you do give that class, most people don't even realize, well, I would say most younger people might not even realize that if there they may think like they're talking hot or cracking a joke on someone or something like that. That's bullying that cyberbullying right there in the nut show. People people don't realize because I, it was funny. I think this is about maybe four years ago I did. I worked with a youth group and we were discussing cyber movie. And I and I've gone through story before where I had. I told everyone to pull out their cell phones and most of the kids that were there and they range from, I would say about eight to eighteen eighteen nineteen. Okay. And most of most of the kids pull that cell phones, I don't know if they will all working or not, or I don't know, but they actually had a cell phone in their hand, and I said to them, have you ever said anything mean online to any of your friends? And they said, I said, I said, you know, no one's in trouble regime because it was. It was a session. I did just with the youth and most of them I would say two thirds of racer saying, hey, I said something, but it was funny, and I said, you know, hey, it's funny to you and people that's like the first step. So I think it's key in what you're doing is you're educating us and what does. Say what not to say. I mean, I'm most most of the times when someone says something disparaging, then yes, they understand that that's considered, you know cyberbullying. But if they think if they're being funny and or if you've been at a situation where someone will say something and then you start to pile on. You know, you're adding to that badges. We talked before about, you know, knows believe it. Zero tolerance bullying program. I will tell you this much. I like the fact that you starting to lay the groundwork and this is something where I will tell you take your time with it. Don't be discouraged, keep pressing through. You will get, you will get speaking engagements. And it doesn't have to be a warmer, five hundred people, right? Ten people, right. And as long as you reach out Ingles I think the songs you can connect with at least one or two people, the us nature Mark, you made your Mark and you take it from there and you continue to speak out about it. Because it's it's, your story was powerful, but I like the fact that you were us taking the additional steps so you gotta keep pressing on and. There's going to be a few hiccups. You know, there's going to be a few bumps in the road. Don't let that stop you. He pressing on for Reese to speak up. We definitely support you here. Thank you. Before we close this out Ritchie, have any questions or anything? No, all I would just and a little bit to something. You just mentioned that you know, just because that bullying is really from the perspective of the recipient as you will know when someone is sitting there saying making a joke and it's like said, oh, I didn't mean anything by at those funny. And meanwhile, you're really, really hurting someone's feelings. You know, this isn't just about now while you're young in school ten naked, tell you both. We have to on an annual basis, recertify resigned documents for employer, it says we have to, we attend to a mandatory mandatory anti harassment, sexual harassment training district, Eric harassment trainings. These are all things which you know in school you call the bullying. It's called harassment a real life and you do suffer much much more serious consequences. So this is you know your your experience. And now you're teaching others chewing on this. What when you get older in real life, you know what? What the value of learning what is harassment was not an how to interact with people. So he going on what you're doing there. I think it's good in a very good. They decided to go public with it and what you have your turning it into a positive and trying to both assist others in dealing with it. And at the same time you're teaching those who may have been the perpetrators of the harassment that what they're doing is actually. Wrong to make possible. But that'll be interesting. We'll see what the FCC what the timeframe is on that. You know they saying this is going to happen within the next year or is this something that's gonna happen? Ten years from now, and they could signings person up. It's SpaceX. Could be next week could be this week. It could have already had it was right, right. The person's already in earth orbit, the Allegra riot push him out now, right? Yeah. Hippie. I mean, you wanna talk about a money maker. You wanna talk about elitist. That's for the elitist. Yes. Now sitting here with my iphone, taking pitchers orbiting around the moon. Did they mentioned anything about cost or all this homes out? I think all this is going to come out tomorrow. I'll be listening for that. This is gonna come out tomorrow. Eight o'clock Pacific time. It's gonna come at all. Big, boxing guy, not the boxing guy. Did you catch the fight last thing. I, I haven't trying to avoid anything. Of course it should be what HBO next week. So was gonna show it next week? I'm trying to hold out. I don't know. I made it through the day. I will tell you this, but I ate was a great five of the fight. Okay, great. Ray fight, a great fight. I fight. Yes, it dwarf the all right. So then what you you might be able to, you might give me this on the air right now that if it was a great fight and it wasn't a close fight, it was a close fight. And having seen that fight, do you debate the outcome? I do not debate the outcome. The outcome being debated at all nearly all right somebody it's not because it was such a good fight that it could go either way. Right. You know, I, the person that I thought was going to win. Right? Did not win. Okay. Central g one and I think you can. You can tell me I'm. were Say, don't tell this is a spoiler free show for, I'm sure it'll it'll speak out happened or ready. Yes. When I when I favor it, male person comes through. I'm Shelby finding out then. Totally. Totally. And I'm okay with it through though. I'm okay with it was really, really knowing. Yeah. Okay. Yeah, this is one of those fights where you sitting there, you just like, okay, that round could go to either person. And there were a couple of rounds like that. Right. Okay, worth. I mean fighters always, you know, have the center of the something that went. It doesn't go their way, but are the five do both of the fighters seem to acknowledge the decision? Yeah, it's totally sets up a third five that okay. We don't. We like there was no stench. Right. Okay. There was there was somewhat of a stench after the first for guess there was and you're sitting there, you like, how did that? How did that happen? Right, right. After this one, you just like, because I, I will tell you this much. I don't know anything about being a referee or judge, right? I scored at one fourteen one fourteen they had at one fifteen one. Thirteen. Okay. That's one round. There's one round. I had. I totally. I said, if this thing is a draw, I said, see it. I could see it. Right. Okay. I could see it was. I was let him in there. I was like listening to how Letterman and his it was. This wasn't an HBO thing. This was no, it was HBO thing was mex-. Caliban is coming. Okay. I like him. So. I mean, that was interesting. That was interesting. The only other thing is it will say. Is. I think the, I think you and I talked about it, but during the week. I think he was in the sea is I know so Long Island. Okay. Long. Island town, crack pike in the Sheen's. Yes. And it was actually multiple towns I find was going on here. I, I read that article because I was like, all right, this what number one, what town is this town? Is this. Right? It was a little farther east in some towns that have a reputation already for having drug and substance abuse issues. So the vending machines themselves will some of them were. I remember at least three of them that they've found the might have been more whatever, but three being mentioned of the three least two of them were placed in public space. Were, you know, nothing should have been posted at all, and one of his own some private space where at least immediately after the reporting of the incident, they weren't able to tear them down yet because it was on on privately-owned on space, but the devices themselves were labeled with it was the word pens in lower case sticker and a capital s. spends being the the full spelling? Yes. So of course it it would. It's not illegal at all to to sell a pen now, even if you want to charge. I think it was charging two dollars for these things because l. a. pan out of out of a machine short on problem. But when it's a pen is really a glass tube and there's no ink in it. And that's what these devices were. So basically as was reported, they're selling crack pipes. People were finding and you know, I, I did catch on one of the reports. You know, they had the back of the device with the phone number of the vendor in case there's an issue, call his number really clearly there. So we've heard nothing more about this. These I haven't heard more. Oh, they've been sitting here saying, okay. Stupid question. No question is stupid. As you though. When you spot something like this neltza to call in police. The police. Right. What else do you do? You call your congressman. This one, half the Pete, you could be sure half the people who saw thought, oh, it depends offensive. 'cause it was just the ones I saw were green green box with a slider for coins like you'd have legitimate wicked, dispense the pen. So did you actually see one on on the? Yes. The report. Okay. But they had pictures of a couple of them and they look the same there were, you know someone had dug a little spot con concrete down, screw these things down to the concrete and anywhere. And you know, I guess some people in the neighborhood have to notice what was laying around the ground around them. It's like a crack pipe. But as I think you're saying what one, what has it come to with someone even things? I mean, sure. That's, you know, it's head of a marketing ploy there, but I know what I'll do. I'll make some money selling crack pipes. Where are we in worse? Of course, people were buying someone was using them at their. I don't know how long the devices were mounted or any of those details kinda get the idea that was not long at all, and they were taking down, you know, even more quickly, but yeah, but like you're your your question. Yeah, you call the police. That's the first thing you do and you give me a formation that's on the device. Here's the phone number of the coal get this thing out and they will act courting if they've legally can. Again, some was I think one of them was behind a bus stop. That's the one I saw the pictures. So. I don't know. But those areas do have reputations for a very, very bad drug problem. As you know, somebody other locations around the country, but that those areas are unknown for. And so you have situations like this, which I. were aware of Painful. it? I would not. That would make no sense at all because he's trying to I, if in fact he is trying to play that game now with this one year deal and like, all right. Well, I'm just not gonna show up and I won't get paid, and. Okay, fine. And just after released me when it's over, then we know what will maybe. No, you've just taking yourself and no one's gonna win. You. Or or that mixed deal is fourteen million. It's for five, right? See his issue. And I understand because I mean, you got ownership, he ears you have to you. 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Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia
Wilbur Ross Signals More Tariff Pain Ahead in China Trade Battle
"Daybreak Asia just gone past seven thirty in, the morning, here in Hong Kong very good morning so all of you I'm, David Ingles and I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg. World headquarters in New York. We've got the employment report, tomorrow eight thirty p. AM I'm sorry Wall Street. Time special coverage for you here on Bloomberg radio we'll talk more about that coming up cash markets in Tokyo Sydney and Seoul open at the top of the hour. Futures on the K.. Show is maybe one hundred points above where we were in cash yesterday but we had a meltdown in the Chinese currency. During the New York session we'll talk more about that as we continue right now this hour's. Top business stories. And perhaps playing into, that story dot com or secretary Wilbur Ross is signaling more trade pain here. For China unless well unless he. Says Beijing changes that system he. Told Fox News. The administration will make it harder for China. To continue what he called bad practices then it would be too well reform but foreign minister Wani says Taras also hurt American companies The US is trying to put pressure on China but, we don't think such an approach will, work to China is. Ready to talk to anyone who is ready to talk to us including the US. But this kind of dialogue has to, take place on the basis of mutual respect and equality That's repeated it will. Never, surrender to US trade threats well those trade tensions aren't affecting the outlook on China for two money managers. Based here in the US I'm. Talking about Tom Massie. And Nuno for nana's. They oversee the trilogy global advisors the firm has about one point two billion in its emerging. Wealth fund now as messy and Fernandez believed the, most attractive investment opportunities in developing nations remain in Asia is specially China they mentioned two companies in particular one sells luxury spirits the other expensive toothpaste. China is increasing consumption of high end products due to marginally rising wages and government healthcare investments Yeah I kind of know think, what, the toothpaste maker is a fairly expensive. Set myself that's probably. Anyway we'll talk more about that later on let's have a look at Japan. No Nikkei news is saying sharp listen to this. Will, stop making household appliances in Japan so in fiscal twenty nine nine. The conic Japanese company of course. Will end LCD TV production at its Chidi. Plant, in the country and start making refrigerators in Osaka the Nikkei says production. Will move to its haunt high facilities in Thailand and elsewhere Sharp's domestic facilities. Will concentrate on high value electrical. Components apple made history in the, states today stock finished at two seven. Thirty, nine following a strong earnings report in the prior session apple became the first US company with a market. Cap over a trillion dollars other. US tech giant's not. Far behind Amazon alphabet. Microsoft each worth more than eight hundred billion are from that level groups struggling company here said The examining now it's options for its Avalon aircraft leasing unit now we're told firms backed by Hong Kong. Tycoon, Li Ka-shing and Henry Chang has held talks about buying a stake or some of. The company's assets, now Avalon had a book value of. More than seven billion dollars at. The end of last year and. Has potential to be among HANA's biggest disposal stateside it. Was a mixed day for equities. The story from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett the Dow lower s&p NASDAQ higher NASDAQ gaining for a third day is tesla and payments process of. Square jumped after, reporting second-quarter results as for global trade tensions and markets trae Polaski. Is chief investment officer at teepee w investment, management but. I think the risk is here that you.