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"istria" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"Oh, I've traveled a lot. I've been back when I was small. You there was that much traveling done. But I went back over and over and I went back to sort of regain when I realized, you know, I had two of the greatest cultures behind me, born Italian, American now, my goal was to connect the two my two worlds. And I connected it with food, and in order to do that and I still do like I still go to at least three four times a year. I visit the smallest towns I want to know everything that's happening. What can I bring back? What have I missed along the way? So I traveled an awful lot around Italy. And for that matter around the world, I love traveling. Well, it's just so fun to be able to take your love of travel and your love of food and weave it all together and then share it through public broadcasting. Let's go all the way back to istria for a moment, Lydia, istria is like you mentioned, it's where Germanic and romantic or Italian and Slavic culture come together, and it's sort of a battleground of cultures and it's also a festival of cultures. I remember this Peninsula istria was really trendy a few years ago and they were sort of framing it as like the Croatian Tuscany. They've got some good food traditions there. Is there anything about istria, which is the Peninsula where you grew up in the town of pula, is there anything about that cuisine that you enjoy spicing into your presentation these days? Well, I use most of those recipes Rick. And those recipes, you know, you go around the coastlines, beautiful seafood, fresh, whether you do a bread to polenta with pasta risotto, absolutely. You go more into the center..
"istria" Discussed on Dreas Point of View
"But how many of those can massage the mind. Elevate the census take you to another plateau. Allow me to introduce you to dray his point of view the ten minutes or less. Podcast that brings you observations and experiences from her perspective. When we think of halloween we tend to think of going trick or treating and wearing costumes. But there's a lot more. I bet you didn't know about welcome new dri. As point of view. I am your host istria if you are a seasoned listener then welcome back and if you are listening to me for the first time in welcome make sure you hit that subscribe button that way you will get a weekly does of drei you can follow me on facebook at dreyer's point of view as well as twitter dre appoint. I also have a website. Www dot d. dreyer's point of view dot com where you can get merchandise and doing my patriot. Some facts about halloween. Let's start with those. Michael myers his mask is actually a william shatner mask and you know william shatner from trek and the practice. The movie was on a budget and they found a two dollar. Captain kirk masks. They spray painted it and change. The is trigger treating can be traced back to the middle ages. Rumor has it that phantoms walked. The earth and people would dress up toward off evil spirits. All souls day became popular from the catholic church and the kids would go door to door exchanging food for prayers. Fun fact. i've never gone trick or treating. That's right my mother wouldn't let me. She was pretty paranoid about people putting stuff in candy. Although everyone knew everyone on the street. I just had parties and went to other people's party. So i missed out on that part of my life. Candy corn was originally called chickenfeed. I'm sure a lot of you think that it tastes like that. But i'm not here to debate that your opinion not mind. Candy corn was created in the eighteen eighties. By george running in. You're renting jer. The creation was called chicken feed since it fed chickens. Originally women used to learn about their future husbands by playing halloween games. They cut off an apple peel and toss it over their shoulder. The peel indicates the first initial of their future suitor interesting. And now let's get to the fun stuff the costumes every year. People are wondering. What am i going to be this year. What am i going to be. Don't know i don't know and you don't want really go out and spend a lot of money for one day. I don't believe in that. So i wanted to give you a couple of ideas that you can dress up as for little nothing. Look in your closet. You'd be surprised what you can find in there. One idea is a smarty pants costume. After the candy you can tape some smarties to some old jeans. Get some glasses. A book. An optional suspenders to finish the look. Men in black self-explanatory get a black tie black suit and shades. There is the queen of hearts costume. Where a red dress and staple or tape some cards around your neck for a fan out effect and get a sierra. you can be a scarecrow. Just get some flannels overalls and straw hats a lot of the stuff. You could just get at thrift stores so you don't have to go all out to. What does that party city and that other halloween store. I mean nothing against that but you know it kind of gets old you can be a graduate just simply get a cap and gown and rolled up piece of paper as a diploma. I know one year. I didn't buy anything and found his fancy dress. From the glamour days like from the forties and fifties like the days of the flapper dresses. It was a fancy black and white dress. I just bought some long black gloves. And i went is that he was a big hit and then another year. I'll never forget this. It's been a while since. I've gone to costume parties. I won't be going to one this year. And i decided to buy a costume this year and i wanted to be. I believe it was queen number tedi and went to this party not too far for me and guess what someone else came in with the same costume different color. She gave me the stink eye. And i gave it right back to her. That's a chance you take when you buy a costume. Whatever you do whether you stay in like myself watch scary movies. Go trick or treating or give candy to the kids. Make sure that you stay safe and have fun. This has been my point of view. I wanted to leave you with a quote today. From mahatma gandhi your beliefs. Become your thoughts your thoughts become your words. Your words become your actions your actions become your habits your habits become your values your values become your destiny until next time safe eighth and let's take care of one another now. It's your turn. Subscribe to drill his point of view and leave a review on your favorite platform. Make sure you tune. In every sunday and wednesday as dreyer continues to bring you her point of view..
"istria" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D
"Issue machi- lavar was started. Ten years ago as a result of the phenomenon in japan cagey the architect to counter the company. Set up a workshop in istria machi- to enable locals to make furniture may holdings to do anything to repair the businesses. All the houses off to the nami which was pretty much devastated initiative machi- and he then got the locals who the employees of a restaurant that he just designed to then start producing furniture which turned into this idiomatic project where the furniture was sold in a store. In japan i saw they did little exhibition in paris amazingly oj and we bought some of the furniture we started to set in the uk in two thousand fourteen and then he decided to change the concept of issue Archie so that the idea. Is that the finish should be made in the country. There is being sold. We sought to produce that products. In factually norfolk which is basically not post refined. But it had a woodworking department attached to it. We came up with this idea. The why didn't we work with some local designers in the uk and produce a messy p. collection which then issue can license to the other makers throughout the world. I mean it's almost like you kind of let these incredible cost of design is kind of let them loose with the brand. But i understand. There's a few constraints when you're creating these pieces in terms of the materials concert. As if you've got a chop sore and a screwdriver in some sandpaper you should be out of make this furniture. Oversee that over time has broadened and they are. Some of the designs are more elaborate. But they have a street brief so they have set. Stop timber that you can use certain screws that you can use and other than that. The rules are keep it as simple as possible and as you can see some of these designs a little bit more complicated than the brief. We can certainly make them. And if we can make them. An our workshop in norfolk is pretty simple. Other places should be able to make them to. I'm regular conaco a ceramic designer predominantly by wetzel commissions. What showed in sep on various projects. But you're showing something and timber today. Is that correct or how you cut involved with this project. Upstairs designed this piece a bird table and it's the simplest construction. I feel i could even call it a design any. It's as simple but my idea behind. That was the cagey his the architect behind. Ishinomaki is really interested in diy philosophy so when you have to come together and create something for need straight away. Use what you have. And he's what creativity have to create something so i wanted to make something so simple. Just cheap likes raises up but table and just kind of a hurt the to that. Diy thing that katy has but it's amazing sale the pieces together because actually maybe considered a little bit of designers personality coming in each piece but they do work as a family. I guess because of the the restrictions in terms of materials. But i mean for you as a designer what you see when you see this kind of family of work together. The ishinomaki philosophy. It has really strong intentions. Casey's got some real intentions and creating limitations in the materials that you use that she creates more interesting pieces now completely agree with you that each style show each individual designers personality class kind of really fascinating but it has kind of a real strong language. I don't know whether that is connected to the material or people were kind of aware of that. Very strong sense. Ishinomaki lab already has in terms of its style and aesthetics. Well many do ceramics. But if you look at work you can kind of see the intention of politics Kind of evidence in the end piece of hysteria of the banker really live song and maybe there is a bit of that with kind of what katie was trying to create with this murky lab. It's a really good inspiration. Point an intention i think reverse design recco kanako and before that sheridan coakley founder of scp. And that's all the time we have on today's show if you're keen for even more design related listening than catch a five minute mid week sister show monocle on design extra it as every thursday. Today's show was produced and edited by mail evans with editing assistance. From chris. our block wa. My thanks to researches and nick minnie's and charlie phil mccord. I'm nolan giles. Thank you very much for listening and goodbye..
"istria" Discussed on Dreas Point of View
"You are now listening to drop his point of view a female hosted podcast bringing you various topics in ten minutes or less no fluff no nonsense prepared to be captivated fascinated and elevated to a different plateau without further ado. Here's your hostess dre. You are listening to. As point of view i am your host istria and a thing happened to me recently so this past year i really noticed anxiety issues that i've been having and i've had time off because i haven't worked that much during code and i had a lot of time to reflect on things and during my reflection period i noticed how things don't look as clear as they used to literally i go to bed and tv would get a little blurry. And i woke up. Sometimes things would be blurry. So i'm like okay. That's not normal. Let me go to an eye doctor. Now i used to pride myself as being the only one who can see great twenty twenty vision. I wanna say ninety percent of everyone. I know within glasses so i was one thing. I was proud of my excellent vision. And before i went i picked out glasses. I liked and priced everything and first off. I'm glad i have insurance. I'm glad i decided to add vision to my insurance last year last year. i wore. Readers didn't work often. As i should have but i went from readers to needing well. Let me tell you i went to. The doctor was very nice very personable and it was a very. I mean like a very thorough. I exam my eyes are healthy. But i definitely need the glasses and then she says that she's not gonna put me in bifocals. 'cause i don't know if some bifocals. This sounds like an old person. So i get to wear. Progressives perot sounds nice. The price is not i gotta tell you. There are twice as much as almost three times as much as normal glasses so when i went out to see all the glasses that i wanted and she pointed to the prices she was like well. You know you have good insurance. If i didn't have it you know almost five hundred dollars. No ma'am i would be readers still. There's no way i'd pay that. So i am in progressives and i'm definitely not happy about that because it's insane. How much those glasses are. I told a friend of mine whose daughter wears them and she was saying. Well i could easily just go online. Get some frames and then go to my doctrine album put in i can also try contacts so i priced some frames and i asked my doctor the lady who yeah at the doctor but i guess the other lady who was there with the prices and she was telling me that i'd have to come in first off. It will be extra twenty five dollars. They're not responsible if the frame break so. That was out of the question. I'm not gonna do that. I'm getting everything in one spot. So i figured on like okay. I'm just looking and looking and i do. My research and i found this place z. Little z. E. l. o. L. very nice glasses and they are reasonable price. So i get a second pair from them. My first pair was from doctors that compares from them. And i'm happy with that but still it's like how does one go from having excellent vision to needing progressives. Something's telling me that. I could probably wear the by fobel's i forgot what excuse she says she's not going to put me in a bifocals. Because something some for some reason some excuse she gave so. I think my next step might be context. I don't know. I kind of want a different color. I every now. And then. But i don't want to fool around with poke myself in the eye and then them falling out and she said that they don't make sure that you don't leave there until you know exactly how to do it. She said her daughter sleeps in. Amano about bob wanna do that. But we'll see contacts with my next step. But yes i am part of the glasses club and she was like i made it this far because usually it's around the forty range that people wear and since i'm past that i did pretty good has made me feel better. It doesn't because i'm still paying a hell a lot for sunglasses. So i'm a little my feelings about that. I think my next step is to do the big shop. That's coming up. I've been wanting to cut my hair. Actually i did. I cut it years ago and that didn't work out so i'm going to try it again. Actually in a few weeks and see how they go over over here as much as everyone who knows me knows. I love hair. I'm just kind of sick of it at this point. I just really want to lead that low maintenance lifestyle at work for my mom. Long as i knew where she never had any extensions no color no designs in her hair. No nothing she just every couple weeks she just got it. Cut very low maintenance never had any hairdresser issues or anything so word for her is going to be working for me soon. So i'll let you know when i do that other than that. I guess life is good. I'm back at work fulltime and just paying off some things because last year i spent more money than i should have. I know the world was mainly shutdown. But i still spent a lot of money you know most people drink during covert i shopped and drink a little bit. I don't drink much anymore. But i want to pay off a lot of things so i can go into the next year with maybe one card. That's my objective. So we're going to how that works. My podcast of the day will be what is t. w. s. jadot plan is the host of that show and not only have. I listened to his show from the very beginning of cove. It he is one of the most transparent people that i know and he's also a very big supporter of my show. So you have to check him out. He has a website with merch. He's always updating his store page to i love that and he's always posting about his daughter. Gotta love that battle girl dead so please check him out. He's on all socials. I believe what is he w s instagram and twitter and you can follow me on instagram and facebook ad trae s point of view twitter andrea point and my website where i have merch is. Www dot his point of view dot com. 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"istria" Discussed on Download This Show
"Thought through what happens at the end of this and we quit facebook. We quit all the rest of it. What happens strategist yeah. I don't have a job. I think of the dogs. Look i do i- social media can be so good and it can connect so many people and it can bring a voice to so many amazing wonderful things that might not have had a voice before and that is optimist in me. Going social media is a great place and it's full of wonderful conversations but there is that nefarious aspect to it. There are the people that are doing things wrong. And i think that facebook is serious about this and i mean by that the facebook family of apps. They do need to hire more people and they do need to make you know mental health of their users a priority and fake news priority. And you know getting rid of the the fake accounts and the false advertising. They really need to reinvest in their product and figure out what it is that they stand for otherwise. They're just going to be a place of they're going to be the bad place and finally here on this show. Whatsapp is suing india avenue. Internet rules meg. Why are they doing that. Well because india is saying that you need to tell us details about your users. You need to relax some of the privacy issues but the thing about what's app and the reason that people like it is because by using it you are protecting your privacy and they wanna make sure that they're standing by their users and and supporting them when they said if you use our platform will will protect what you say and this is one of those really fascinating internet challenges where the incentives obviously sort of in a and. I guess for lack of a better time very west in the american idea of freedom and privacy which just doesn't necessarily fly in certain kind of governments and cultures cam. So who will win. Yeah that's a tough question we're saying in some situations are saying. These are often american companies given to sometimes Authoritarian regimes. i mean. The greg's was apple. There was a expose the new york times recently about how they had given up a lot of the security benefits given to uses for their chinese us and that was the price of doing commerce over there in this case. I don't know. I'm not a legal expert dr. How the legal like the case regard. But we've seen that. They will try and push back but in istria we have a war that allows the country to force companies to make back doors into stuff if they want to and so can valley company. Said they wouldn't come here and you know facebook and all these other places said we don't want to. We don't want this but they're still here. It's not hugely use. An and i don't know the intricate details of this thing but we are saying. These countries really clash heads. Big tech companies now. Because i mean it used to be that countries were always more powerful than tech companies. And now i think that bounces a little bit closer to even. Yeah i mean it's interesting because like there are a whole bunch of things that i'm glad you brought up his right because they're a bunch of rules in australia. That fly in the face of fundamental principles of tech companies. And they still here and let's be honest. We're a tiny not very important country in the grand scheme of things. India very big mike. Lots of internet users. I mean if they if they'll they'll change their rules for for india scholley make. It really is an interesting one. I think it's gonna come down to what the users want and the way that the users rise up and if if the users we'll we'll talk and if they're not happy with what's happening those stop using the platforms if we hope we feel that if you know if you can't trust what's app than people will leave what's app and then what's happened. Facebook will go. Whoa wait a second. We need your data so we will We'll do what we can to keep you. It's interesting this is an issue with whatsapp. Has it affected other sort of equivalence services like signal camp. They india has banned a lot of apps including to talk. You still kind of use. That and i think that was a chinese national security stuff but you know they have in the past band apps and they'll do it again. I think it's four hundred million. What's up uses are in. India is a massive market for. What's up but it's also a massive major form of communications for people in india. I think that's why this is. Kind of getting all the scrutiny. The governor of there has been really cracking down on internet speech. And this is kind of the way extension with it. What's up is saying. We actually con technically. Do what you want to end to end encrypted. We can't do anything about that. I don't know how this will play out. Like i said they're just trying to challenge the wool before i go. Who knows what they'll comply on non white and say cam wilson. Thank you so much back on the show and make coffee. Thank you so much for doing this. Shi- always a pleasure make copies social media strategists and cam wilson. He's associated with rocky. If you enjoyed the show Lee review whichever podcasting app you happen to be encountering us on the had to be a simple thing that we that they've been mock fennell and thanks for listening to another episode of download..
"istria" Discussed on Dreas Point of View
"In ten minutes or less no fluff no nonsense prepared to be captivated fascinated and elevated to a different plateau without further ado. Here's your house this dreyer. You are listening to dreyer's his point of view. I am your host istria and for the next few minutes i will be talking to you. About cinderella's and superwoman the cinderella complex is also known as a cinderella syndrome or disorder. And it's a condition. Wear a woman fears true independence and his waiting for her night to come in. Nineteen eighty one colette. Cowling wrote the book. S cinderella complex. Women's hidden fear of independence talks about women that are conditioned to depend on other people mainly men to rescue them and we all know the story of cinderella in this book. She talks about her experience of moving in with a guy after living alone for years. She didn't make any decisions. She went nowhere by herself. She said it was much easier than being out in the world. How many of us know someone like that. The these are the warning signs of having the cinderella complex. You feel anxious about living alone. I law to be believed that they hate being alone. They rely on their spouse for everything they cannot keep a job. They preferred to be a homemaker. They hardly leave the house. They expressed a desire to be taken care of them and these women they may have been mistreated as a child. Now they're also is a super woman syndrome is is when you feel like you have to juggle everything and do it to perfection. Wanna glecting your needs. I know i have been that superwoman. And i'm sure a lot of you. Women can relate to this as well in nineteen eighty-four this term came about by marjorie hanson schevitz. Some signs. that. You are a superwoman. Are you have a job and you are a caregiver. This was me. I had a job and cared for someone and it's it was it. It was it was a lot. It was a lot because i didn't really have help. And that that really was the worst part you stay awake thinking about what you need to do in the future. You worry that others aren't getting enough of your time. You say yes to everyone and everything because you don't wanna be judged and you get headaches and stomach aches from being stressed. Now this is separate from what's known. As the black superwoman syndrome that's described as having the strength that we show when faced with life's challenges ways to try and stop. This superwoman syndrome is putting yourself. I practice self care by listening to music. Putting posted notes around vows with positive affirmations or quotes and reading them every day or even going to therapy having a support group can be helpful exercising by taking yoga tai. she or kickboxing. These are ways to stay grounded. And maybe even changing your diet asking for help. And i know a lot of us ladies. We find this the hardest thing to do. We can also let go of being a perfectionist. I let go without a long time ago. I know i'm nowhere. Near perfect. is a book. called overcoming. the superwoman syndrome. It is a must read for women that deal with stress management and living a more powerful life. It is part of an empowerment series. Four women. i was going to talk about another syndrome. It's primarily men but some women experience in an esa. Peter pan syndrome. But i i really wanna mainly. Stick with the cinderella's and the superwomen my podcast of the day is therapy for black girls. Dr joy hardened brad bird is the host based out of atlanta. Her show comes out on wednesdays and there is a website with helpful tips pertaining to mental health and also finding therapists in your area. Before i go. I wanted to mention that. You can find me on instagram and facebook. At dre. His point of view as well as twitter at dre appoint i can also be heard on all major platforms including good pods and dope black pots. Feel free to check out my website. Dre his point of view dot com to catch up on episodes as well and to get merch and become a patriotic member. I do have three tiers for you to choose from. This has been dreads point of you. Thank you for listening. Tune in every sunday and wednesday for a new episode of dreyer's his point of view. Please subscribe on all major platforms and leave a review or voice message on. Www dot dray his point of view dot com until next time..
"istria" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"istria" Discussed on Dreas Point of View
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"istria" Discussed on Inform Me Podcast
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"istria" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Shut down in seven California counties including LA county where cases had one hundred thousand today bars across Florida are now closed again we're hospitalizations have climbed for fifteen days and now backlash after mayors announce beach closures for the fourth of July in Florida's biggest county later this week masks will be mandatory in public across Oregon and Kansas a Boeing seven thirty seven Max took off today from the jet maker's airfield in Seattle the FAA's first re certification flight all seven thirty seven Max planes were grounded after lion air flight six ten crashed October of twenty eighteen and Ethiopian airlines flight three oh two crashed March of last year minutes after take off both crashes killing everyone on board investigators linked both crashes to the plane's flight control software model movies ABC news eight congressional Republicans were brief today all the intelligence of alleged Russian bounties on U. S. troops in Afghanistan a group of Democrats will be brief tomorrow the governor of Puerto Rico declaring a state of emergency due to a worsening drought amid the corona virus pandemic you're listening to ABC news Istria insurance offices are open to serve you they've taken all recommended precautions from the CDC to serve the community you can also call eight eight eight five one one seven seven two two or go to S. straight insurance dot com checking out your drive this evening disabled truck on ninety five that's gonna be southbound before the golden glaze blocking your right lane so stay to the left of that aside from that we got some road work in Broward that's gonna be on five ninety five east bound on the ramp to four forty one that offramp left lane is blocked this report is sponsored by the ad council and Ricky were Sony's radio six ten W. Y. O. D. we'll see a few clouds rental of seventy nine a pop.
Croatia on a mission to save the summer from coronavirus
"Why don't WANNA use the would post covert yet? That sounds too optimistic but nonetheless. Some encouraging news from Croatia Croatia has been very keen to get it some a holiday season on some sort of track. I hesitate to say back on track but it's trying to salvage the summer season and as part of that today it's opening its borders at two people from ten different European Union and handily. This includes pretty much all of its major tourism markets Austria Germany Slovakia and the Czech Republic. They're all allowed to now to enter Croatia for holidays People from Slovenia were already being allowed in so between all of those countries. You've pretty much got I. Think about seventy percent of the tourists who had Croatia over the summer season and the the tourism season is terrifically important cratia because it provides about twenty percent of the country's GDP and almost all of the visitors arrive in July and August. It's very very heavily. Weighted towards summit to getting people on the beaches in Istria and Dalmatia. And if you've ever been there in some Andrea as I think you have you'll know The particular nationalities which predominate Yeah I have been there in the summer. The the donation coast is You know as you well know an absolutely glorious part of the will travel in. It's it's excellent news. That people will be able to do it. But how carefully is Croatia being about this because obviously when you welcome people into your country right now you potentially welcome covid? Nineteen right along with them. Yeah and that's a really big thing for Croatia. Because it had some of the most the tightest restrictions of any European country in the time of its when it declared an epidemic inside Croatia It was very restricted. In terms of how creation people could move inside that country even inside their own cities and so opening up the country as it is now obviously does bring risk. So what they've done is they've chosen the country's Catholic. You will note. That Serbia is noticeably absent from the list of ten countries. Which is it's opening its border. Stay it's got a website called into Croatia on which people can enter their details whether they've been in contact with anybody with covid nineteen with they've recovered from its own and so forth all of this meant to firstly ease the passage of people into the country but also enable contact tracing if the raw outbreaks and we've seen recently for example a plane arrived from Frankfurt and Croatians are grab More than a dozen passengers and crew ended up testing positive the COVID nineteen but on arrival they all given contact details so very quickly The authorities were able to track trace and and snuff any sort of outbreaks out before they got a chance to get going and they're going to have to take this approach on a much larger scale. Of course the to have any sort of summer tourism season.
"istria" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"And for the god who made us free his presidential limousine led the forty car field on a lap of the track before the race but now it's the waiting game rain has stopped that race other major sporting event today the NBA all star game plenty of tribute to expected to Kobe Bryant Mississippi's Pearl River continues to rise it's being swollen by rains governor Tate reeve says know that if you do not heed our evacuation advice you're putting your life in danger the river expected to crest at more than thirty seven feet its highest level since the early nineteen eighties at some point Monday to charter planes of American to left the cruise ship held in quarantine off Japan because of a corona virus outbreak on board will land of bases in California and Texas you're listening to ABC news are they canceling or not renewing your insurance call it straight insurance the biggest and the best call one eight eight eight five one one seven seven two two or visit Histria insurance dot com from the Istria insurance traffic center Dade County still with the same problems the support is sponsored by circle K. the dolphin eastbound just before I ninety five that crash is still walking to the left lanes and or delays look like they're still reaching back towards the seventeen seven toll plaza okay a dollar to get to the precious Cup of coffee in the world every govern grown fresh right when you want to go for split second your covers the precious honor every Cup from fresh starting a dollar at circle K. limited time only at participating locations hi Michael news radio six ten WYO deep hi jail get close to eighty with a partly to mostly cloudy skies will be a slight chance for a shower developing overnight a partly cloudy sky with a low sixty eight in clearing the Monday afternoon with a high near eighty three with updates around the clock on South Florida severe weather station on the weather channel's Jeff mark on newsradio six ten WIOD the Daytona five hundred is under way and president trump.
"istria" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
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"istria" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"The twenty twenty presidential campaign officially begins at this hour with the Iowa caucuses A. B. C.'s which Johnson antimony centers claim to have the strongest grassroots movement in American history people on the ground a lot of energy here senator Warren has shifted her message in recent days positioning herself as a candidate for unity with a fight needed to take on trump this volunteer for Sanders says she's knocked on thousands of doors really tiring but at the same time there's just let that surge of adrenaline that keeps me going and I think it's made a difference ABC news is not projecting a winner at this point but based on early entrance poll estimates it looks like a four person race between Biden would a judge Sanders and Warren in initial preferences we're getting a better idea of what senators may be thinking about impeachment or how they may vote on Wednesday in early summer callously helping assure the president's acquittal I cannot vote to convict number because he on the Senate floor late Monday saying she also doesn't think the president is innocent the president's behavior with shameful and wrong senator Murkowski says the house should have censured and not impeach the president Andy field ABC news Washington one student is dead five injured three of them critically after they were struck by a suspected drunk driver near their high school in Moore Oklahoma school officials say the students were athletes out on a routine practice run water students witnessed the actual crash and were on scene when we arrived some of those actually pointing out the direction that the vehicle continued on which helped us locate the vehicle police sergeant Jeremy Lewis the new death toll from China from a new strain of coronavirus continues to rise to at least four hundred twenty five with within twenty thousand confirmed cases over a hundred students at Princeton University of self quarantine after they travel to China you're listening to ABC news are they canceling or not renewing your insurance call it straight insurance is the biggest and the best call one eight eight eight five one one seven seven two two or visit Histria insurance dot com from the Istria insurance traffic center continue with a serious crash in Miami Dade County southbound on the turnpike got all lead shut down with a crash in northwest seventy four street traffic is being diverted at northwest one hundred six three of your last chance to get off the right now we've got clean up in progress for traveling on ninety five got road debris south bend IT five hives Terry road got one several leave locked find a crash clearing on the macarthur eastbound just east of I ninety five get extravagant take eight thirty news radio six Dan WYO D. just a few clouds around tonight low dropping down to sixty one partly sunny Tuesday high close to eighty with.
"istria" Discussed on Tax Yak
"It is taken the view that because that expenses of general major doesn't relate specifically to any of the SMS then Nin Tiring Cam will be texted. Forty five cents. Now that is not really what the government intended I think. Is this madness madness. It's just an interpretation. You could have said the needs is to be a correlation between the expense inserting say could've taken the position because it doesn't do any specific income and the provision dozen deploy or from the other one said it because it doesn't do any specific gum it must relate to all of the income. Now this is the major revenue risk for the government that accountants using the Rhine offense inst- lodge their annual returns was arguably the AM talked a bit expenses of a general nature. Losses are at gangs tonight one concepts I dish one many. He's my texts efface under twenty five fog so there's not a correlation between also recognize and they've been preparing your accounts you're doing that as a statutory obligation under SUCIC fulfiling statutory obligation rather than incurring voluntary loss Oregon. So maybe some water to flow under the bridge on that one somebody onto some bills that are still before parliament. Meaning parliament's agenda another gotta sit there at least until the full of fabric so again probably three measures that we're at keeping an eye on the Istria misty. Liam's was resurrected with fanfare at all. You know we thought it was dead and buried but on the September came back to life and has gone through the house but not get through the Senate side as your site February issue. I think this'll get through. The Senate committees already had a look at it and say. Hey let's posits it will get through disappointing. Didn't get through in the last session that she sensibly at least this time. Round rather than indict which was previously the twenty third of May. Hi this here. They've linked to the Senate bill so it's runs for six months after Barlow sent certainly still little pitchy once we got to eat. Tomatoes disclosures and I think he had a great neil around. The country is a non compliant enough to be concerned so the tax gap on street. There is somewhere between three and four billion ahead. Get that much money we can order. You can't get it and follow it some Pepsi. Amnesty was the quickest way to get some resolution. And let's face it. It's not the poor members members of the employees. The bus hasn't done the right thing for offering free kick will produce a lot more of people's retirement estates. The next fail combating illegal Phoenix. This is one of the big game changers if it gets through and that's to extend the Director Penalty Regime Asia to unpack. Gst Electric outtakes equalization text. But if you think of it a business of Morbid struggling the economy now where do they go for ready cash gash which the first and porter call get some hands on some casual. It's the techs obligations that doctor mid to the the bank. The Bank of the takes offered. So I've got no problem with. It will be a game changer. For those businesses that are struggling at the the fact that a company's directors can be on the hook training on pages now in the FX rated said. The bill is headed combating illegal finishing. So they'll look at this with his evidence of Phoenix behavior but the provision is far broader. It's not worth it. Why cassation if a company has invited Jesus to the directors could be on the whole now significant change which is listed attacks measure but certainly wanted to fix the economy economy and currency it will be illegal to spend ten thousand dollars or more in cash fine goods or services from the first of January and not yet passed and no not yet passed so the committee said we'll look at each in February? It's an interesting observation. This civil penalties. On you mentioned illegality there will be a a knowledge factor determined criminally taints. A potential to jail sends. If you know you've done the wrong thing. This is on the person making the payment end receiving correct and the Caravan Hansel Ltd to private consumer to consumer transactions a couple of other habits but that's probably the currencies and other one. Why isn't that cash? The tallest cash for every other region of Texas this saints enough cash for the catch limitation. But yet it's kind of some Linda dilemma maps. You Win at Sloan so you want to go ahead and you bought a tariff academy low. We can't give you cash more dangerous to the FISA. January the bookies and the gamblers will begin the guy to be some regulation that cabinet and transaction so way. Do we see cash transaction in more than ten grand racetracks. Kennedy's and pep striking's illegal activity. So that will limit a year passed so peta. We administer the law when it's not yet law one of the big misconceptions are found on this is people think it's confined to a business to business dealing and they've assumed that if consumers involved that's outside these roles and as you've already said it's on the consumer to consumer that's cop data the business to consumer dealing still within these roles. So you mentioned tried if I tried to do a quote for Renault and he says all Costa thirty so much for cash and he won't bring a damn boy the site at twenty five twenty six hundred. Ten percent adjustments on won't be able to pay him in cash in a faint flippant attitude you can share jail together testament tree trust. We've got a bill. That has just recently hit parliament and again this is the plug. A loophole. Suppose people will take advantage of if you WANNA beneficiaries being looked after Bonn instruction in the world creating a testamentary trust I write attacks. It's not penalized under division. Six is so the concession I should be assets devolve from the deceased person. What was about all they were? People were pumping assets into a testamentary trust to enjoy the benefit of that condition. So that will no longer apply now. That doesn't doesn't mean the capital of a testament to trust Alta. I mean you can do. Dip's dividend reinvestment plans chimes the capital to satisfy that particular legacy. Now on what side of my trustee you know my youngest kid be fifteen thousand species but at the time of my death and have to this H.. Bridget she's got plenty of cash so he writes his it. And boy something I mean that will benefit from these concessional rights attacks because a fake debris it has devolved from the dispersion. The Arendal measures have finally been reintroduced into parliament with a delight stock. Now one July nineteen years the Audi- here. There's a lot of speculation in the press and the economy and the business community about what we should do to stimulate clever country tag off from Ernest clever country but I would doing enough to incentivize the investment in research and development. Now you can hand cash you can do do all sorts of things to encourage investment in new and broad as we are pretty good at it. We've had some amazing inventions average the nation the undesirable changes PEPs pinching little bit nervou- our abuse positive reforms. Burr question whether they really one of the consensus been rising. I've got to share this concern. Is that the particularly for the logic. Companies it's based on their level of intensity side their level of arendal spending. They said they won't be able to determine at the point of making uh-huh decision as to whether they go into a particular investment. What they're spending is until the end of the financial year because it's based on title expenditure for the year and you don't really really want commercial decisions driven by tech set comes? I mean you want to invest in the audie because it can make a lot of money but there is a risk because you going into uncharted waters. What is the definition of research and development? That you've got an idea that you don't have to work on based on current knowledge. So whether you you in making that decision based on whether I'm going to get a text self settlement is probably not ideal you know you want the community and the business is to have a crack and then perhaps whether Texas baked into that should not be an issue and the final bill which will chat about his pattern is still before parliament the registries modernization. Another Misha's bill which effectively I believe kind of bring any direct identification number the Diori in regime directors they will be tagged not necessarily released it will allow a little bit more tricky. I mean if you look at the The Straw directors that came out of the polluters. pyro transaction is lower liberal processing companies had direct deserve basically picked up from the Front Barbara our propel them so it will allow easier tracking of directors tagging them with director identification number. And Look. I think there'd be surprised that that that getting through income inequality get support from parliament so I propose measures. Look I think probably the big one. That's still hanging. I've gotta say seven and a half years on with the proposed stop title on July Twenty Twenty the division second. I reforms and we are still waiting. You know we might get something that are referred to as the vitamins by dump. So so ED Cameras People Gallup to the Costa holidays over Christmas developments by cleaning despite releasing whatever the city on top of it. But I'm not sure we're going to get the deep seven when I whether it's another consult Taishin pipe of our treasure with us an exposure drive but it's at seven months six months now until the proposed that night we've had a lot of speculation we've had previous Treasury Consultation Piper that was flawed we need to now again certainties and that imposed impasse. Not I need the changes to the environment but the legacy issues are injured. Pre- fo- December ninety seven. You're white lines. And you pre sixteenth. The December I'm not invite President Autumn. So where do we stand. We'd be nice to have some goalposts sub trustor entrance and over the twenty five lines so the lots of legacy she's really need to beyond doubt. We need to know that well in advance of the proposed night so if we go to even next week I would not be unhappy. I know it's going to cost us a little bit of work with the bright. But that's talk but yes we need it sooner rather than later longer boldly predict that we're gonNA say dishonor Christmas. I think it'll be something within the new year or reviews probably while the is still waiting on the public release and we haven't seen this report that reviewed the tax practitioners board on the taxation services. Act The review is complete. And we're now waiting to see what the recommendations are and I think we all we can do is just white. Don't run much to Eddie Irvine. All right look couple of monomer views. We've got a productivity Liberty Commission review of Vermont Dairy Concessions We've got a review by the Inspector General of Taxation on the states. And how the guy. I look at the way that I have now lost. Access to ceased client Datta with the decommissioning of the agent portal. That functionality isn't available.
"istria" Discussed on The Fractal Marketing Podcast - with Gerard Doyle
"Even if you're an employee change companies and I feel like once you've got six months with a company in and they've experienced the greatness of your product assuming it's all there and everything's done then they'd locked up and say hey company X. We were doing this and you should have a look at it. Is that kind of your heart with propagation that it's going to be the staff using it rather than unlikely that the end customer is going to be the ones that create propagation for you say you imagine it's going to be the stuff slightly. Moving between companies and word gets out like that is that because he's a part of your plan for propagation of product it is but it's also a tough path because a lot of these are end users that move move from like the technicians of the call agents at move from company to company or not at that level of big probably would tell another buddy. Hey this is very cool offer at about last job but I'm not sure they may be able to influence their supervisors in the IT managers powers the to install enterprise great software but it's it is it's a big ask you know so yeah. I can see what you're saying. They don't a high enough level right. Benny's as to maybe utilize it when they're loving it and create Laghi gray degrading splendid video. It's almost like you wanna create farmer videos where you hear your existing customers guys because that's that's the only thing to watch each other so in Istria Australia as a market is a land of oligopolies like we always have like two or three or four plays in a market and they just watch each other and copy everything so you know yeah yeah the example of Optimus optus and Telstra rate if optus does something and you here are looking optus and they've got technicians with the I. Glosses on you can pretty much bet that tells you is going to be out there trying to work out. How do how do we get that. We WanNa do that to maybe you've got to like. Push the propagation through and keep that video video market or a video editor of yours that you got last time working out for you exactly exactly you don't just show show a testimony from the end user show also testimonial from that. VP level level who saved lots of dollars because of implementing this technology in also boosted from over things of that sort both ends you know all the stakeholders saying great things is about technology and that coming from one enterprise company should drive while in the other enterprise companies so that is the whole great so people want to. I mean you mentioned before that the the website and you people want to sort of connect with you. They've sort of who knows you might have had potential customers who listening are actually. I wouldn't mind giving that. What's the best way to find your online right so we're at. WWW dot blitz that's blitz with Tuesay's IT Z Z dot co and I can always be reached reached by email as well and there's a contact blitz dot co so that will come to our team and yeah happy to engage in any way I can great. We'll look thank you so much the time I would again. I'd recommend people check out your website and look at that expanding video because I think that just does a fantastic job of PICCI's the problem that you solve I think I think that's one of those ones where if people can always copy exactly what you've done but to me. That was just such a good video. I watched that saved me half an hour rating other other golf off on you website which is the whole idea. Check that out and you'll get a good idea of what Rama and the Tamer up to but thank you so much for joining us. It's been great chatting with you and I will let you get into the laws on and I say thank you so much they so much. It's a real pleasure talking to you and good luck with all the great work. You're doing as well. Geez thank you. Thanks for listening into this
"istria" Discussed on AP News
"AP digital news network. Australia's prime minister was hit on the head with an egg during a protest head of next week's general election. Scott Morrison says he's disappointed the audio courtesy of Australia. Broadcasting Corporation was civilized people. We don't have to go running around doing that. I respect people who disagree with my opinion. And I think we have to lend disagree bidder. And there is has been an ugly saw to some of these practice the appeared to hit Morrison on the back of the head and then bounce off without breaking as he spoke to a rule women's conference. Australian opposition leader Bill shorten told channel ten. He's appalled by such behaviour in Istria, we have voluntary elections. Labour led to. Protests, basically, but anything approaching volumes is completely unacceptable. If this protest thinks that she will get any sympathy support from the she couldn't be more wrong. Seventy year old woman was also knocked off her feet when security guards grabbed the woman who was accused of throwing the AIG Morrison helped the elderly woman and the woman accused of throwing the it's been charged with communist salt and possession of cannabis. There's another legal fight brewing between the Trump administration and House Democrats AP Washington correspondent saga megani reports. It comes after the Treasury Secretary tonight a request. This one is over President Trump's tax returns, a house panel wants them, but treasury chief Steven Mnuchin has now said his department will not hand them over Mnuchin tells the ways and means committee, it's requests for the returns lacks a legitimate legislative purpose, which is the standard of supreme court precedent requires Democrats could responded by issuing a subpoena to the IRS or with a lawsuit. Mnuchin move came the same day. The House Judiciary committee said vote for tomorrow on holding attorney general William bar in contempt of congress for now comply with a subpoena for the full unredacted. Russia investigation report. Saga megani at Warren speaks. I'm Ed Donahue with an AP news minute. Massachusetts democratic Senator. Elizabeth Warren is calling for the impeachment of President Trump the information that. It has been given to us in the Muller report clearly constitutes adequate information to begin an impeachment proceeding in the house of representatives. Earlier majority leader Mitch McConnell in the Senate Democrats are feeling let down by the mullahs report told everyone there have been a conspiracy between Russia and the Trump campaign. Yet on the central question special counsel, fighting is clear case closed the White House invited Republican Senator sue the White House to discuss a fairly comprehensive new immigration plan being spearheaded by senior adviser and the president's son-in-law Jared, Kushner, Georgia's governor Brian Kemp signed into law one of the nation's most restrictive abortion laws measure that bans. The procedure wants a fetal heartbeat can be detected which could be as early as six weeks. I'm Ed Donahue, AP digital news back in a moment. Lows knows. You're the Gardner.
"istria" Discussed on Main Engine Cut Off
"So there's, you know, once you're once you're in the mindset of this is a reusable vehicle from day one the stakes get amped up on that first launch quite a bit more. So you would expect right? This kind of test campaign, right? Any you know, we were talking a little bit about the show that we're we're going to go back, and we're gonna talk historically about how we built reusable rockets. And and the shuttle is the obvious thing we're going to go to here, and you can see those test campaigns, right? The test flights of enterprise of making sure that we knew the landing dynamics in the final in in the final realm of flight there, of course, that led to the alternate test light in Istria, you could still say with SDS one. But you know, the, you're exactly right. You have to be able to have confident you're going to recover it because you're banking on all of these things being reusable at reasonable times. And you know, going back to what you said about the nine is. Yeah, you could afford to take a little risk with the falcon nine and use it as part of the development testbed because it was something new, you know, we'd we recovering an orbital classes booster like. That under retro, but you would also launched it on its primary mission. So instead of just chucking it in Yoshito. There was something to be said in terms of efficiency for testing rain, and it was doing nothing else. It was just going to plummet to the ocean might as well make use of the time. Exactly. And a weeks we've seen that over and over and over again at obviously, what this to us is that they're still a tweak needs to be made to the falcon nine in terms of redundancy for the hydraulic systems on on the good, Vince. But but began this is a very different thing as it needs to work quite well time went once we get to the the big old are that's coming. So the other thing that I'm looking at here is that if if they are getting to this part of needing to test these little hopper flights that has to say good things about raptor to where it is now because you would assume you wouldn't get to this part without being really confident in what raptors already proving out on the stand on there. And it sounds like they're. Signing materials or or something else. They said Yvonne said a radically redesigned raptor. But we don't really know what that means. If it's think it's just materials or do. You think there's something else going on there? Oh, you know. That's that's a big speculation as we do only have radical redesign. I think the thing that we need to keep in vying with Rafter right is in terms of the radical redesigned the he's talking about right weeks. We know that they have foregone the development of votes the C level at the vacuum. Variants around there too something that's all the dual nozzle expansion, which is basically you build a sea level nozzle and the vacuum Osel. Right. And you have one engine design out that obviously needs to be tested, you need to know that that's gonna work. That's definitely part of the redesign. You need to know that we talked a lot about this is the deep throttle retro potion that that was talking about earlier that, you know, deep throttling engines, you know, especially these high efficiency engines like is from one hundred percent of rated thrust. All the way down to twenty or twenty five cent of rated thrust on each of them is extremely difficult to do because these engines have to be designed to work often only at booth at all thrust settings between there and that can have some interesting not unaffected some cereal to the overall design of the vehicle itself and of two that's a huge part of the testing. That's to happen of we've seen raptors already tested, but the these Banou radically redesigned raptors Ilan said should be on the test stand-in McGregor sometime in February. So maybe more like arch for their first test-firing of. So that's about as far as I'm I'm willing to go on on it. I don't really want to speculate could make stuff up all day about the best raptor fan of anyone. If we wanted to put you to the test could and then tomorrow could be different. But but the other thing too is that unlike the falcon nine right, which has really perfected this single engine landing burn, right? Where we're that single. Berlin is more or less thrusting ad that maximum breast for it. Right. The.