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"john japan" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
"Right now at 60 headed up to 70 in one of the world's Siri's Tonight, the Tampa Bay Rays taken on the Dodgers last night, the Cowboys were terrible. They got battered up by the Cardinals. That big star on their team right now that Ah Zika ll Ezekiel Elliott. He just got there. I heard him talking Tio Troy Aikman last night. Well, Troy was recounting the conversations said I'm not going to fumble again this season. And then he goes out and fumbles on two consecutive drives. It was a mess, and it's the same season. Yeah, same season. I guess he's he's a little off on his projection. That's all. I'll say. He's a good guy. He's trying hard. But unfortunately it's not working out. I saw survey over the weekend. I didn't have didn't get to it yesterday. It's amazing. They found that almost 40% of British people. Wash their bed sheets just once a year isn't even that doesn't even sound possible. It's unlikely. That's pretty frightening. I have a couple of Brits are friends of mine, and I've never asked them so I don't know what happens at the house, but mulled. Um er, rather clean people. Right? The same study by a huge furniture chain in Britain said that one in 10 men wash their underwear only after they were in 10 days. Live. Where you getting this horrifying news? Yeah, I just told you furniture store chain did the survey to 2000 people. Or surveyed 18% Wash their genes on Lee once a year. Now they do, say millennials, British millennials. They're found to be more cleaner, older, older generations of very interesting about that. Your husband washes is under he taught wouldn't wouldn't that show up in the wash where John Japan's is none in here? Most people wash once a wait. What do you do over your house? What's the what do you wait for laundry? We each do our own laundry, and we do it, You know? Really? Yeah. Oh, I'm not allowed to do that. Yeah, generally once once a week, If you know you have something you need to have cleaned, you do it sooner. But that's what happens when you only got two or three things. And you just put him in the washer. Yeah. Oh, I can't. I don't ever have any. Only two or three things. First of all, after a week, you have plenty of undies You have, You know, shirt, not of your British know that's true. Don't worry about it. You're saving water. I'm not allowed to wash my own stuff because It's wasting water is the message that I get from, uh, Chief operating officer over here, huh? Interesting. Do you have a big washing machine? Or do you have one of those compact small Way out of here. You know, I got a big one. Yeah, Mine. Mine is does uses very little water, and it's effective. It's amazing. All right. Well, anyway, I'm sure not Many people are sitting there thinking Well, what else wonder while Scott washes clothes at his house? Well, I do wonder that I think a lot of people would like to know perfected. 8 13. It's CBS FM's Let's get almost More interesting content on the show. Right now it's Patty Got the daily dirt Well, we've been talking about this all morning. The New Yorker writer and CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin. Taking a break from both jobs after first being accused of exposing himself on a zoom call all about the election. He was speaking to a host of big shots, as well as producers and editors from the magazine and various outlets. Now, it turns out he didn't just exposed himself. He also was pleasuring himself during the call. The New York ER has suspended him while they investigate. Network so far saying he's just taken some time off to bin said I made an embarrassingly stupid mistake believing I was off camera. I thought I was invisible. I thought no one could see me. I don't hit muted the video. I apologize to my wife, family, friends and co workers. Now, witnesses say not Everybody may have noticed, but several got a full shot of Jeffrey going to town. They say he appeared to be on a separate zoom call suddenly lowered the camera. And the question is, could the show he was putting on have been meant for someone on that other zoom call. They say there's what some people are thinking because he was on to zoom calls, and he thought that he had muted the camera. But it could be he muted the wrong camera. Well, maybe he was entertaining someone on the other zoom. Oh, that makes more sense. Yeah, Yeah, and he came back. He had no idea anybody saw him and they went on with the call, and nobody said anything. Tio, they say said he took a break. It came back says what's going on here, so he thought he may have thought he was on that other zoom by doing the show. What that makes more sense. To me than being on a zoom call. And with your colleagues and your board, So you pull it out. And you do whatever. But if you think back, remember, he had that affair. You had 2080 had a baby with a lawyer. And actually, she was the daughter of Jeff Greenfield, who used to be on CNN. He had a baby with her. He first said It wasn't his, but then it turned out. It was But he's been married for 34 years. Tio Harvard classmate daughter is Why ve me? He put her through hell done. Yeah. Secure. Does imaginative going until Amy. I gotta tell you what happened on the zoom call today? Yeah. Is that a sit down at the kitchen table? But the question is, did he admit that he was also on another Zim call at the same time and what that may have been tailed. That, you know that opens up a whole new can of worms. You've been holding that back from me now. I understand. Remember, I said, I just couldn't understand why someone would do that. But.
"john japan" Discussed on The World Next Week
"In essence. John Japan Korea sweated India Australia will India, of course, has opted at the last minute to stay. Having at least in theory, India and China and the agreement was exciting for many that's kind of helping. You haven't been continental free trade agreements on a lot of work on the African. Union on that not Sydney chugging along but it'll be WTO Minas agreement. So it's the African. Capacities important. Rigorous, straight agreements which Going on the region as well. Who can come to let? All add to what Peter has highlighted. Mutating highlights a number of very important developments on the rulemaking front. I think the other thing to pay attention to in the pandemic will certainly impact on this is what other countries are doing domestically to. Bolster. Their trade competitiveness and I think you see a number of different either industrial policy strategies or what we have discussing. You can't put your eggs in one basket of either US or China. So ensuring working with her firms for supply chain diversification of the connectivity whether it's Internet whether it's great whether it's A. Sea Lanes, and so forth, I think all of that. Are Important developments at countries are taking home to ensure that whatever happens in this great power struggle day remained competitive. No matter how those rules come on I. Think it goes back to something Jennifer said earlier that dimension of US trade policy is perhaps a more critical dimension regardless of whichever. Campaign on prevails in November. The last thing I it's not really in the rules area, but I don't think we should overlook is what China is doing with its belt. Road. Initiative. because obviously while it started out in still sort of eighty percent in court infrastructure meaning building parts, roads, railroads an and power plants around among all of its B. R. I. Partners. which is a very large and growing number of countries but you are now seeing China very mu very move very strongly with its digital road where it is again trying to be the one that is doing everything from laying the fiber optic cables to creating the telecommunications infrastructure and more importantly on the rule side to build all of that to Chinese standards. With interconnectivity among Chinese products. Throughout the entire telecommunications networks in in many of these be our countries and you now have seen China revive that idea of A. Healthy Silk Health road where again China would use both its technology equipment again to sort of move into the global house fear and try to say to all of its Bri partners you know rely on US China to to resolve all the issues connected to the pandemic as well as overall global health issues. So you are starting to see some legal norms be developed in and around. The ideas I as well as the you know locking in. A lot of countries to China's telecommunications equipment and and other standards with respect to products and increasingly legal standards as well. And the last question we're GONNA do a lightning round. So I'll ask each of you to limit your answers to thirty to sixty seconds so that we can conclude a roughly on time but given the multitude of challenges that we've talked about whether it's involving the US China Australia India South Africa Europe South America's well, we haven't really begun to touch on a number of those issues but let me try to look to an issue that's going to be before US sooner rather than later and while six seven months may seem like a long time the next W. Two ministerial is likely to be in June twenty, twenty one. And whichever administration takes office in January we'll have to get very busy planning for it. So in the view of each of you, what does a robust but realistic agenda look like is a digital as fisheries the dispute settlement internal reform are there other issues that you? Would put on the list for must be addressed even if not resolved but dressed in some fashion. And Let's start with Peter Jennifer man mark. Smith. Christian Johnson and I would say. Firstly, is there enough of a basis for minister? If there isn't done tap, let's just be bold about that Not Convinced as enough on were right now. But at the very minimum, ideally, there should be an agreement joan fishery subsidies. We can't get that rushed as a multilateral agreement of think Well. I complete sentence some of the joint initiatives particularly on. ECOMMERCE digital trade we can get some fairly resolution was actually have agreement would be good to get something. I think the ministerial needs to set up some kind of process around reforming industrial subsidies. So quite what that means in terms of WTO community structures is something busy thinking about and maybe that's also grosses that g twenty could could inc bench to some extent outside of the out of the w final point creaky Miriam is just really struck me that we haven't really discussed the. EU. Strikes me that the US a critical player in order this particularly the US e your Jonah Tangle. So the US EU ship I think is very important going forward as well. The Notre Commissioner now. So I'll say, just two quick things one I think it actually is important to finish the fish shots. So these agreement for a number of reasons A, we need to save the fish but more importantly for the WTO I think it is to show that we can reach an agreement on anything I mean, this is pretty critical th the WTO show that it still has the capacity to come together and reach an agreement. So I actually would put a lot of emphasis on concluding that fishery subsidy and the second one I think that needs to begin a lot. Of thought is exactly what is the WTO doing to make sure that when we get a vaccine for covid or treatment drugs that they that we learn the lessons that we learned thirty years ago when there was a failure with respect to the fair distribution of HIV AIDS drugs, and we use what we've learned to put together the kind of cooperative mechanisms, as well as the supply chain that would help there be an efficient and effective and fair distribution of that vaccine throughout the world, and if the WTO could do that, that would go a long way to helping. Restore again, it sense of relevance. Will play will get to do that sooner than later mark last. I will join the others in saying the WTO needs at least one success candidates most likely for that is fishery subsidies agreement. So the bare minimum it would just need to basically show the negotiating armed can still work. I. Also Agree I think how it heals with the protectionist or the uneven distribution of whatever happens with a vaccine. If one exists by next June is critical lasting which we haven't touched on but I think is also or is. Back in two thousand, one WTO toll developing countries, which is the largest share of membership that there will be new rules to deal with the lawman challenges in those outside of what was given. facilitation agreement really have not been forthcoming and I think there is a possibility of. A laying the groundwork impossibly having some basic agreements on domestic agriculture, which is where the majority of. Folks live in these developing countries are employed I. think there's a important sense for developing countries to feel. Something into negotiating arm, WTO matters to them so they can sell that constituencies home. So I think that's another that we need folks because is what Petering Jennifer mentioned. And ideally, we would be able to tackle at least some. Progress in each of the three arms. So in addition to negotiation. Dispute Settlement and also structural internal reorganization. So let's look forward to that day Let me just thank everyone for joining today's virtual meeting and a huge. Thank you to each of our panelists. Insights, and for a terrific discussion. Is, has recently, we have a very rich agenda of unresolvable issues. To tackle and I couldn't agree more especially after this discussion. So please note for everyone that the audio and transcript of today's meeting will be available on the council's website and thank you again for participating..
"john japan" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove
"I don't buy the supply of all those weapons at the Russians guys them especially when we'll go out and it was you know after has gone for months and even years with the locals involved. It was Johnny's in American Fair Enough and attend to extent on that so again. It was kind of like being a devil's advocate in mind. Tiny position but it shows how hard it is to really simplify things because things are usually complex complex rather than simple out they especially that sort of major conflicts is a number of factors apply. Quite turn talk to for anybody to find a country that's need to fade with magic power and I've come out better oft indeed. Let's think of one country. That's well I think pretty good example. Could what what about an example. John Japan Yeah. I didn't think of that Eh. Because also Japan it was a it was an extremely patriarchal society. It still is quite a lot of if things got changed I remember listening to a podcast on late. Night live where one of the interpreters working for the US was a woman in. She was managed as an interpreter to get done to change a lot of the inheritance laws and other things The only thing I've had Japan that was that occupied by magic power offer much wall whereas these other countries like you know the careers and what's another good game on several or all of the South American countries. They went you. Nigel war thing occupied with I just got into feed with yeah but True and ultimately could say Jim and he was a success story after begging to feed on themselves. Yes yeah very good I well. That's a good picture. You've painted of of of Labor Party from your point of view. You'd never been in a number of a political party before will go into meetings such until now. I've been interested in a long time. I try and talk politics. So let's onto people very interested Usually I want arguments but people I was. I was always interested in. Say What it was about. So I'm going to stick around for Law Thing Institute Saliva Party if I may ask because I don't think the live of priority goes potty suddenly noticed eldest five left as I think that needs to be but then I don't think that can be too far left because they are An majorities in Santa into some way. That's watch is alive body because that they've got a real estate Possibility of getting into government Live from part of that then at least I have my little saying which direction going. I think that's travels argument to isn't it yet. Nine was not to join a party. Good evening sample. You wasting your time. Yeah even the policies mart ivory will be better. Your you'd be better off you know party. That's actually getting into pan. Dan Working working from within Mizzou. I thought the Democrats on and maybe even the grains where an option at one stage but but they just seem to once I get into some sort of a position of power or control of power to adapt to the bigger picture. You know what I made like to kid. They Policy Galley especially the grinds with a visit. The cabin tax originally that it just vied for visit Tony how it's one knows it's too bad that I think That had the attack nine tax or was it wrong. I I can't remember but the Greens effectively threw it out the window didn't they could have gotten up in some football. Get something up. I don't seem to be out of the shack a sidewalk while the highway. And so so you're driving a lot in New South Wales at the moment correct Yeah drive heavy vehicles for a major company. The Orange one eight any experiences with the Bush vase of night and now. I'm finally local lumber on my in my wife Do a small pit transport as well where we get At West Nusa false. But we haven't been for a while I walk out this morning. He defied the Meson. Me Back Tank is west of us out this morning could naven up knowing this morning and you couldn't even say the ask Carson straight this. Even in downtown Sydney. The smoke was pretty incredible this morning. It's it's caught on the why that's Nor the Blue Mountains comes around Sydney Ball. So I fall is to the northwest to insignia. affectively in the Blue Mountains SORTA thing or in the mountains side but it's over a close to save the. It's like from the harbour bridge the fall it would only be fifty guys in her as Christ loss. Sydney sort of surrounded by lots and lots of wild forest. Isn't it. Yeah definitely Rajon well. Let's a good story. Good luck with have that motion proceeds let us know if you can get in the ear of member and and actually something happens as a result or you get an interesting Fade Beg Stein touch and good on yet for skyping. In that worked at the end of the day I think goes up by answering machine instead of doing it the other way before. I think he didn't have any good. I'm good on you for joining a political party and getting involved. If anybody else doesn't let us know oh I'm toning the chat room said he's local ellen. P meeting near him broke into a fistfight in chicken. Shot Ah they met in the lead up to the election ave waiting for good argument with somebody. I haven't had a really good argument yet so very good classified at the time. I mentioned this to put up. The there was a an Alderman nixed me I think the regular trash edge Callahan was caught a frontage the that that he told me that some nonreligious people more likely to secure religious people WPRO really disagreeing with him on that one. No I love being persecuted. All right right. Well that's good John. Thank you for for skyping in keeping touch if anything interesting happens and declaring that success. Thanks for that thanks. Oh boy I see guy interesting. Yeah so that was good. Let me just transition out of that back to that screen. I mean I can't say technology worked again eventually. I'm all done I you becoming a Mazda. Good sign and isn't it great to have people people who listened to the podcast to actually really getting involved in politics on a personal level. I really would like to see more people joining political parties of of whatever stripe just get involved and thrash out with each other. Yeah southern just sitting on the sidelines until about it so it's good to have feedback and conversations with ud lease numbs. It's keeps it fresh for us in fun so well I want to thank the patrons so let me quickly think well. Let's see we coming up to the end of two thousand nine hundred not too far away. Move Man and Let's do these by years. Why back in two thousand and sixteen? Sean the engine will only patron in two thousand seventeen had cried John. Lane and Wino- Jahmai Ellison and Steve by the way land in a sentence of voicemail but will white for Scott next week for that one. Sorry how long's the podcast been going there before. And it was i July ally four and bs ago four and then how long since I've become a regular because it seems like threes ago it couldn't is it three St thing. I reckon that regular for this seventy ninety I thought how long has it been a couple of years at at least a couple. At least we should look thoroughly enjoyed In two thousand eighteen had tiny caitland Jimmy spud. That was kind brahmin match. Robbie Rod Palais medicament Dominic. Liam dive squeaky wheel Daniel Harry Pita and Captain Doomsday and this year we've had wheat watch. Andy Murray Melinda Atom Professor Doctor Dentist Willow Glen Craig Matthew Alexander. Pull Tom Tarik Emil Kim. Donnie Darko Clinton and Gavin and the non-patrons Dean. CAIN was the beneficiary Mr Anderson Korean man. David Beverly and in but a few interesting sort of emails in the last few weeks of a mixed bag people complaining that we're like some of the episodes but we were talking of the Towfiq chiller committing logical fallacies was accused me of Stroman and and he was very specific about the instant that he's climbing. And what see was all explain why. It's not a stormy. Some people have sent criticism which was very general. And and if you've got to criticize be specific about what we actually said than you specifically reckon was the problem Rahvam and general laws. You can actually deal. Yes so if you have a criticism please Mike it very specific where we send. This always said that and that was we disagreed with for whatever ever reason and if you think we're doing a marvelous job and send us some feedback till the fall stirs up because some people say the opposite. So it's nice to have ego's stroked a little bit. That would be good right well trough man next week I think skull back. 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"john japan" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Her. When she made it very clear she had no interest in seeing luke ever again but it provided for like five minutes of I'd say some of the Best Bachelor we've seen in a long time some some great visuals it wasn't really cool to ambush her like that but I did love sort of the confusion of the other three guys and they had no idea that he was eliminated so he just goes stands with them like as normal so it was so that was the creepiest part to me honestly wouldn't went and stood there like nothing happened right and it made me think about like okay if he hadn't been eliminated needed like didn't put it together that she would have had to cut four to anyway sort of make up for the fact that she had four guys on the fantasy sweet we but to to foreigners always somebody that it doesn't make it to fantasy suites one reason or the other but I just love watching the guys figure out piecing together mistry? She was started saying things to him because they thought maybe she was eliminating him right then or just go back stand not talk to her. Her and one of them finally clicked where they're like wait. Does you already eliminate Luke and she yeah I did the other day right so I this is a untraditional national mental all episode for few reasons because normally we don't have part of the show continuing on but I guess they had this show the inclusion <hes> since Luke did show up again. Did you like having a little less of mental has not always our favorite find having having the finish of the episode of lawsuits episode but I didn't like that then we spent the next forty five minutes exclusively talking to Luke Yeah that was so you weren't here last week so tell me your thoughts about fantasy suites in general like what did you think how how do you think those when and tell me your scoop on the Luke staff while I was shocked that Peter was the windmill. I'm so glad that I wasn't no one told me that that's who that would be yeah and then remember like Chad was like annoying me and I was trying to piece together like when they filmed what because like was it to the order or not from what I what I've you've been told it was true. Order Okay Lies Lugar. Peter was definitely I look was definitely last and like there's some confusion on on who was second and third but okay it's fair to say that it was probably shown in order so the new we think that Peter's the only ones she slept. She said she didn't for sure with Tyler right because she made a point that she didn't want to most probably wanted to see. We like to have more like more talking time and make sure that side of things was good but I couldn't tell about John Japan money on money on it would say yes she sleep with Jed but like you know whatever yeah but the windmill is just like more worth mentioning to lose to get that kind of like last week in there. No I just was shocking like the whole thing it was even though you knew it was coming just so extreme I cannot make could believe that he was like that but it loved how she held her own and just really like did a one eighty on him and you could see her like finality in that moment like okay. I'm done so this week it was too much of the luke show. She tried to apologize for later but the show did not have to give him forty five minutes of a highly did not know absolutely we not yeah yeah what I have a chance to listen to you in Kirsten yet but what were your overall thoughts last week that Luke sucks and it was annoying and also jet sucks ax her. It was just like just one Lugo saying we you know we said that sure it's fair to have your desires be that you are not going to have sex before marriage..
"john japan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Let's take a look at how things are shaping up for the final Asian trading day of the week and get it over to Bloomberg's Bryan Curtis. Bryan, paul. It's a bit curiouser and curiouser because we're not getting very good. Economic data. But other than a really bad Monday of this week in Asia and a really bad Friday last week in New York. We're still inching higher. Just seems like there's more fuel in the tank a lot of believers out there because the data is not coming in all that solid. We can run through a little bit right now. John Japan, February industrial production output rising one point four percent month-on-month in line with estimates. Retail sales though, we're up not point two percent month on month. And the estimate was for a gain of one percent. And we also just saw the biggest fall in South Korea's factory output in a couple of years. The gauge fell two point six percent in February from January compared with expectations of a more modest decline of not point seven percent. And if you take it year on year production, slid two point seven percents, so pretty disappointing. There yet the markets have vegetarian. The Nikkei is up eight tenths of one percent. The ASX two hundred up three tenths of a percent. New Zealand is higher by two thirds of a percent, the kospi is flat here at the moment. We just had a couple of key markets open up in Taiwan and Singapore both gains air up about three to four tenths of one. And just looking at the China futures trading up about two tenths of one percent. So an interesting day gotta dovish fed. You've got China stabilizing positive sentiment about U S China trade as well. So that's where we are to you. All right here in the US lift is raising two point three four billion in its IPO. The deal was priced at the end of a revised range. So you're gonna see seventy two dollars per share. We spoke earlier with a Bloomberg so Libya's Leschi. She told us this is a signal that all systems are go for the ride sharing companies listing think based on the conversations that I've been having today that sounds like things are gonna go quite well, you know, they don't want it to pop too much because that leaves money on the table next. Certainly don't want it to drop a the price. But I think thing is it'll be sued sailing tomorrow is my expectation. So the issue will trade in the NASDAQ under the ticker L, Y F T, and incidentally, lift rival Uber is expected to file for its IPO. Next month. Well, let's talk about those US China trade talks White House economic adviser. Larry cudlow saying today, the US isn't willing to remove all the tariffs placed on Chinese goods. We have to see what.
"john japan" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Must be twenty one play. Today's question will you blame the Phillies of Bryce Harper doesn't end up signing here a ESPN now. I say no some say many say including John say, yes. But most of us, I think today said no you can vote at sports. Hernia WBZ on Twitter. Right. Doug. And how he soon it's going to be Doug. I. And then how he's second. And we look forward to that many times. Go back to the phones. Rick in FOX chase is with us. Good afternoon. Rick. Joe? Good afternoon. How're you doing buddy? Good pal. John. Great. Lissa? Joe, I totally have your back. I totally agree with everything you said today regarding Harper. I think we're at the point. Now, it's it's beyond ridiculous line in San there's an organization they put it all out there little, you know, what you're saying. Give him whatever he wants to be quite honest. They said they told us they were going to do that. Well. Thirty million's crazy money in my opinion. Not crazy enough. I want I want them to do whatever it takes. Yeah. I mean, I just think that you know, they have to fry question. We offered this guy, you know, a huge amount of money, you still walking on the idea of you know, we had enough experimentation. Well, we're aware. Listen, I don't think it's over the top to say, okay. You can have an opt out after three years if that's the sticking point. I mean, they've already said that that that's the hang up. Well, I don't know. I mean, that's what they're saying. We don't know for sure. But that's true. That that's the speculation. I wonder real quick scenario guys. Yes. Nick foles, excuse me. Carson Wentz doesn't get hurt. Do we win the Super Bowl? We don't know the answer to that. Hey, what's your what's your opinion? Know what we know? Now, knowing what we know now, and how many falls played if I had to say, my gut feeling my gut feeling would be no. And I mean that has no disrespect to to win. The thing is is just using that game that specific game to play the game of his life. The game of like anybody's life to be Brady who played like one of the games of his life and the eagles defense struggled. So I mean by extension, you can say well hell, if you don't get a one hundred out of one hundred performance out of whomever, if you get a ninety nine out of one hundred you lose have gone ninety eight out of one hundred that's not behind you. So I mean, I personally as an eagles fan. Choose not to think about that much prefer not to think of it. And look at it that way 'cause I can get my brain a little twisted around. I'm so appreciative of what Winston and his first twelve thirteen games. I I know your point I get it. But at the same time, it's not fair to say that they wouldn't have one because we don't know that. I mean, it's certainly possible Carson Wentz who was balling out that year might a ball out in that game in you know, the eagles certainly could have won. So we just don't know. Now, we don't think John John Japan. Yes. I think we were that good. And I think Carson Wentz was playing at an MVP level. He really was. So was doubt. We all those all those. Yes, I think all those little mysterious pieces were falling into place. And it was that kind of season where we are saying, hey, the balls really bouncing our way from the get-go. So yes, I think it was faded and we were going gonna win. I recommend someone. You'd wanna have is your neighbor. I think Hugh, Hefner pizza neighbor. He goes. Not alive. So it's got to be alive. Mick Jagger goes mad guys pivot. Yeah. Thirty guy that wreck. Yeah. Dirty guy. Dirt out there. In them. I mean, you would think let's go to Uber. Scott in phoenixville, Uber Scott. How'd you get that name? Oh, man is the last guy just took my answer, man. Scott. Yeah. Well, Hugh, Hefner would not accounted by the way. Whoever scott. I know how you got that name. I was just joking. I go ahead. Hold on Scott. We got the Howie Roseman right now before duck. Federal. Let's get it on. I didn't even get a chance to say. Good afternoon. Welcome tandy. You didn't give me an opening moment. I just wanted to see that everyone had their stuff. Yeah. We know Carson. And we know what kind of teammate he is. We know what kind of leader. He is. You know, it's ironic because as we've gone through free agency since we've had Carson there've been so many guys who've wanted to come to Philly to play with him. So none of that is any issues to us. We're incredibly excited about having him as our quarterback and excited about this season..
"john japan" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Today with two ladies who have created really fun, creative and wild costumes for their dogs, but complete sets that they participate in and I'm very excited introduce them to you because I've seen their creations at the Tompkins square park Halloween parade which I've gone to for several years. Their names are Lynn constable and Diana Lucci and their friends who found they had a real talent for thinking up. He's imaginative costumes to their dogs, and these setting think things like Jack rose and the jilted boyfriend Cal Titanic or a sweet shop complete with cotton, candy, a Hershey's kiss and candy dots a little event that I just mentioned called Tompkins square Halloween parade which last year drew about fifteen thousand people with their dogs became the platform for show. Casing this duo's design. And of course, they got noticed. So I can't wait to hear about their costumes. How they came up with the ideas and how they implemented them. Let me introduce you all to Lynn convoy and Diana Lucci. Welcome ladies. Hey, judy. Hello. Hi. How you doing today? You and great good good. Both Lynn and Diana are well in New York and New Jersey respectively. So it's a little cold up there, and I know the Tompkins square park Halloween parade was yesterday in a new location for the first time on the East River. Lynn you went to that. How oh it was fantastic. We were a little worried having location and the weather was a little cooler, but everyone came out and we still had about three hundred entries. Nice costume contest. I was part of the crew this year, I retired from competing in contests. But without absolutely it's such a cool events, and I have. To give a shoutout to eight any this who is the key organizer for that event for years and does an incredible job, and isn't amazing fashion designer for all types of pets. So she did a phenomenal job with a few obstacles along the way. But it turned out to be a fantastic, then I'm really happy to hear that. So ladies, I think everyone would like to hear about your pops to start because they may not know Baxter, Jonah and Japan toe. So Lynn, why don't you tell us a little bit about Baxter. Extra is a thirteen year old Yorkshire terrier away before we did Halloween, costumes. We would dress up for online photo contests. So he's been doing it for thirteen years. He's originally from a puppy mill, but he was adopted into our family, and we love him. So. And he's living the life ever since. Yeah. What about China and Japan, Diana? Well, actually, John Japan got started on an online contest, and we met Lynn. And basically, it was Lynn who got started in, you know, more context than Alpo Alpo entries wanted the Tompkins square entries is where we really started to offer I event so to speak my two baby, China and Japan. Yeah. I mean, it's an funny how we meet people online because of common interests. And especially when it comes to our pets dogs, especially it just breaks down the barriers very very quickly. And look at what happened. You guys became you know, partners in crime so to speak. Actually. Yeah. We're great friends, and we have had a lot of fun. It's been great awesome. And who knew that my dogs had this in them. I mean, I'm proud to all when people see the photos on the Barkan swagger page of the pet life radio side of the costumes that you ladies have created and your dogs participating. They're gonna go. Wow. Lynn you've said that Halloween has always been one of your favorite holidays. Tell us about that. Well, I've always loved Halloween personally when my children were young we'd always dressed up and have a lot of fun. And then when Baxter came into the family, we just continued the tradition. We don't do one cost and we do multiple costumes. We just had so much fun. We just keep going one just isn't good enough. Ever. Baxter's first tolerating parade, and what did you just in? Well, we used to do smaller events that the the pet stores, but the first major then was with Hannah, and that was in two thousand fourteen we came together, and she joins us with the Titanic and. Costumes for her dogs. Julie Lancaster made Baxter's costume and a friend of ours. Helped us make a replica of the ship. We were very surprised to win best in show. I was and it was a big, wow. Because you know, I mean, look, it's New York City and people are creative. And you see quite a bit of people going all out to kind of create the best, you know, it's very competitive town. But your costume in the set and everything it was so Trickett, Diana talk to us a little bit about creating the costumes for these parades that you do. Well, I've always I've been showing since I'm like eight years old, and I will also love Halloween. My used to make my own costumes before I got my dog, and I would call to costume contests mice myself. And once I got the dogs. I did sewing for them. So when Leanne invited me on to this Titanic thing, I said, okay? This is great. I'm gonna get to make something elaborate for for my two. And it was a really a lot of fun. You know, just thinking, right? What would rose wear, and you know, what would cow wear and and put something together. For that. It's more than just the costumes. We got together we planned we constructed are sets. And our are. We started a year before each just gonna ask you that. How long to take a year you started here we planned for the two thousand fifteen Tompkins square vent. I believe the week after the two thousand fourteen of it right away. It's like putting on a production. It was we have a good friend named Carlos Mahia who would build whatever we came up with in our minds. So our our floats with spectacular and Diana would do the costumes and together. We we presented are designed to cheer is Carlos of woodworker does he do this. You know, is that part of his job where he felt well he is a master craftsman on. He never made before. It's. Every year. We'd come up with ideas that he was able to actually create exactly what we had at our mind. That's pretty amazing. So for the next year for two thousand fifteen the two of you created a circus car, right? My favorite. Okay. It is as you even had like those little platform that the elephants would stand on in the old days in the circus for the dogs on the stage. Right. Yeah. That's how they performed beautifully. Didn't think? We believe it. We were actually our own catch actually stood there. Johnny made a turn up on the platform. I'm like, I cannot believe they're doing my goodness. Tell us about the set. Tell us about the costumes. Lynn, why don't you tell us about the set, Diana? Why don't you tell us about the costumes for the set we decided to do an actual circus car with bars? But we created a flat space on the top. So that the dogs could also be presented in the scene in between. So they they wrote inside part of the time and outside, but Diana dressed up to got to mention that we do a whole theme. It's not just the dog swats dissipate. So that visually it's five of us that you know, the crowd. I'm trying to say. What you are. I was the ringmaster the trainer Baxter was the lion. Diana, and then I wanna talk. Okay. And then. Yeah, I was the candy vendor. Which actually was definitely a collaborative effort. Decoys Lynn made my little trade that I was holding all the candies on it, and I made her ringmaster jacket, and that was funny. And then the was actually my favorite costumes of all Takeo because I mean, who doesn't love a circus that Jonah was an elephant with the big giant ears and circus elephant. So it had the design on the back. I think it's called the dressing. I actually lock it up and that was just so much fine. And in Chicago, the clown, and and I made back still into the lion which was perfect ham and all three dogs, which is also great about them if they're all the same exact size. So they all look so perfect together. And we couldn't be a better a better bunch. And I don't live near each other. So a lot of the fetch be done over the phone and through emails, and we get together to paint we actually painted that the circus, which was a lot of the car decorated it. Yeah. Yeah. And then we had met and paint circus music, and it was so much on the whole that. Yeah. There was everything about it was fine. So Diana, how much research do you have to do to get the costumes? Just right. Yeah. I do a lot of research, especially you know, like with the elephant I wanted to I wanted her to be the elephant I didn't want the hat be sitting on top of her head which would have been easy to do. Instead. I wanted her face to face of the elephants. So I needed to figure out how to make the trunk and also keep it comfortable for her. But how to make the trunk kind of stick out from her face and the topics? Big out from her face. And what kind of elephant is she and how big the ears. Interesting. Yeah. For people listening at home, have you? I know you've been sewing since you're a kid have you ever had professional training. Or was it a family type thing where your mom taught you or your aunt you my? Yes, my mom taught me, and she had no professional training, except that her mom was a seamstress, the her mom, my mom taught me so. Yeah. No professional training. But yeah, it's close to that. I want to add that I have no sewing ability. And I can tell you I use blue and every well. Skin that Halloween costume? I did want to add that Jakarta was the clown. His little flower at the top of his head. It actually turned return in the wind. Oh my goodness. That is. So again, you can see photos of all of this on the bark swagger page of the pet life radio site. We are going to take a short break, ladies, but there's so much more. I want to talk with you about. So don't go away. There's more fabulous costumes, wonderful.
"john japan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Slash joe talk show we did a dual broadcast i think that i i wanna say simulcast but it wasn't it was more of a dual broadcast it was like we had to hosts adrian goldberg on bbc live fibre channel five live i'm not sure how they say it and we had me here the joe pags show and i was taking calls from great britain or the uk and he was fielding calls from here although donna who's originally from england somehow for minnesota got through to talk to him but we're really talking to me and it was very interesting isn't it a bit of a range between one hundred thousand two hundred fifty thousand nice and i'm gonna call you adrian because he has a number that he's been given by by the broadcasting center there or by the news i'm sure other news department what's interesting is there was so much going on you guys could hear it all right before the show started yes wimbledon was running late it was gonna sorek match that had never gone that long ever in the history of wimbledon which has been around for a long time so we weren't sure when we could connect we were able to connect with technology i've got called i p d t l which is awesome so it sounded like he was here sound like i was there that was really very cool was it was a really enjoyed it the first phone caller is from scotland now is it just me or for the first few sentences there was no way of deciphering what he was saying yeah but the longer you listened to him then i could start yeah so i i i'm fifty one for the first time in my life i argued with a guy from scotland pretty well if we understood what he said if i misunderstood because he could have been saying i agree with everything you say it was that way now they'll probably wasn't same did you go to scotland when you went to england or when you went to great britain recently went to scotland would you understand them or not yeah i can understand the caller fish is pretty difficult accent that was not an easy accent understand but let me tell you this i had a great time i really do listening to i loved listening to the callers who are calling in to the bbc and their thoughts about our president because honestly especially on daylight today you look at some of the media reports it looks like the entire country hates president trump i love the we got a caller who said no no no there are a ton of us out here and that really like what he's doing i found it to be very interesting what was what was even more interesting is that you've got the same talking points there except there's a different action pretty much trump is a racist police should be gone right is it all fixed yes trump is a racist trump's islamophobic trump is separating families at the border at throwing children in cages throwing children in cages now the first pictures of course they came out with illegal immigrants in cages or in detention centers i mean because there's chainlink therefore they're an animal come on stop the first pictures of course we're from when obama was president and he was putting people the same sorts of detention you have to detain them somewhere and then the children as soon as the process starts with the parents are taken to very nice facilities i'm not really sure what donna's talking about from minnesota that they're taking it some she was acting like they were taken to some dungeon they're not that's not happening but having said that so they believe those things they believe that the one guy down the list the one guy john japan because of climate change so not trump did that have that for a one hundred ten palestinians died today because we moved the embassy to jerusalem he's just he's just go down to talking points man oh no i don't really know what the rust belt is the united states but trump is going to reopen nicole is not gonna real police steel plants we talking about belt is so i enjoyed the hell out of it but what i find because i'm sweating is that maybe i'm a little bit too up for that because i wanted to argue with them with the guy from scotland but.
"john japan" Discussed on AP News
"The us is ready for mayo chop the product which is currently available in parts of the middle east is a combination of mayonnaise and ketchup heinz has launched a poll asking americans if they like a premade combination of the condiments the company will bring mayo chop if it gets five hundred thousand yes votes by the time the poll closes on sunday a debate on twitter has been going on about the product and the name hind says it's committed to putting the final name up for a vote the rock and roll hall of fame inducted new class saturday in cleveland ap music correspondent archie zaraleta as a previous once the question of who will be inducted into the rock hall is answered the next one is who will show up dire straits basis john japan australia and new zealand have reacted cautiously after president trump signal he might reopen toxin a pacific rim trade deal that he pulled the us out of shortly after taking office japanese officials said they welcomed the move if it means trump's recognizing the importance of the transpacific partnership or t p p new zealand's trade minister said his country's not blind to the benefits of free trade with the world's largest economy but us participation remains theoretical his australian counterparts of the us is welcome to rejoin the agreement but added he thinks there's very little appetite among the tpp eleven countries for there to be any meaningful renegotiation or indeed any substantial renegotiation of the tpp eleven at all thank you for listening to the ap radio network hey did you know that the associated press produces news related books the latest installment is i cut i cut brings key moments in presidential pep district to life through the vast ap photo collection highlights include checkers the dog that was a focal point of nixon's nineteen fifty two checkers speech and the clintons beloved cat socks i had is perfect for animal lovers and history buffs of all ages i pet is available on kindle and i book ap radio news i'm jacky quin the united states in cooperation with france and britain has launched military strikes against targets associated with serious chemical weapons operations today the nations of britain france and the united states of.
"john japan" Discussed on Before the Millions
"The 95 you've been given a schedule right like your accountable to a schedule on someone else's schedule and if you don't show up to that you're going to be fired probably if not severely reprimanded when you are making the transition and to entrepreneurship all of a sudden you don't have a schedule right you're like i got it can wake up without an alarm clock and i can do all the things and i don't have to be accountable to anything but then you realize oh my business isn't really growing what's happening here and you realize that all those things that so many people hate about corporate are actually really fundamental to growing a business whether it's online offline whatever so you do need to have a certain level of discipline commitment and integrity where you show up for your business every single day especially in the beginning you know like in the beginning and i'm not preaching that you have to work 1214 hours but i was because i was hell bent on never going back to a job so like what does that look like for you in the beginning you don't have to work 1214 hours especially if you don't have that kind of time maybe three hours a day of really focused work that moves the needle and actually accomplish is something like riding your opt in setting up your website joining facebook groups and participating so you can find clients writing content doing content for other people sites that's probably the biggest one getting your name out there like there's so many fundamental things that have to happen in that first year were you've gone from employee john japan are if you really want to see traction without having to like you know just chuck money at facebook ads and hope it all works out if you really want to have this key foundational business that ticks the boxes like that requires you showing up it requires dedication and consistency on your end and so there will need to be retains and some sort of schedule whether you start any you work eleven to three and you're like i'm living the life fools or if you are the type who prefers who work in the.
"john japan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Good john japan cream windows eight sucking for unit why point rendered but turkey with me witting the guys joke they might cleared the blog by and then as you bring you live newly cancer when the time two sean miller the point is born of the crime good morning and welcome back to the donna marleen de a now steve o'clock baby and we're going to play a little games one of my favorite games it is the celebrity age game if you're a longtime listener you know the drill if not here's how we play i saw that kirsan dunces expecting with what's his name jesse clements former actor from friday night lights oh entered false kerstin cures that i'm sorry cures than also jesse plemmons from our breaking bad and he's galaxies are in dozen jam yes lie about where if you'd have what friday night lights really a great binge watch on netflix congress that's a good not by like the okay here we got years than done so i thought while he's he seems pretty young i thought he was in his maybe early twenties he's actually twenty nine but i thought we how old is kirsten dunst so let's start there and then what's great about google is it gives us people also searched for these peoples ages so we'll go from there that's how we play the.
"john japan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The same with japan in the late nineteenth century where weather in the early nine and yet the major restoration walls look john japan gotta get out of this feudalera two paths maps and smith and so there's a big scholarship in not on smith in japan which continues to this day and in that sense it fix the the modern world in a way because the chinese situation isn't says the council is them an tempting to try and see smith can work with their own version of a counter listen and they're having problems that's not store this this this is where i think of schmitz win through that the only successful communist party in the will of the chinese communist party because they recognised two banks shopping capitalism has to come before socials said that when asked what gets on three has the russians got it wrong rhetoric has tried to jump from feudalism decision to them you can't do that capitalism and they have different began by having foreign capital in by burgoyne put export markets any and there wasn't a second largest economy and and the communist party empowers bennett that's an amazing achievement to smith's has got something to say here today smith liz smith i want to just million this is it quotes from the nobel prizewinning economist joseph stiglitz who says that there it is no invisible hand okay he says the reason why the invisible hand often seem divisible was that it wasn't there well it depends what you mean by the invisible the municipal hamlets tulips in the graduate schools now is not the invisible hand of adam smith but but but on a brutal point there were people who think this myth has.
"john japan" Discussed on WEEI
"Year four hundred and sixty two thousand that's it that's why they're not going to get up yo he's a career you know why because it's all about international pool okay so you sign haas more hundred grand is off that pool next year maybe otani holds out maybe comes out next year sign haas more lose five hundred grand you lose otani maybe because of it i don't know maybe you lose another prospect that could change a franchise that you draft because you know the bonus to give him the the highest teams the range from three point three five the yankees can off from three point two five twins can off from three point two million it's all about international bonus that's all you can pay the guy soltani tiny you wanna come twenty million bpd your team you know you get boston four hundred sixty thousand that's less than a majorleague minimum they're not going to get this kid the yankees wound up getting this kid you know they're gonna give him three point two five for year and then whatever new loan signing a longterm deal after whatever it is but you will leave japan for three or four hundred sixty two listen i would make their question i say this is said i wouldn't have gone to japan if was only foreigners sixty two thousand you wouldn't have got john john japan in in about him coming here well that's going to happen right i mean that's that's pretty much done it's coming but the only way join more money you can give them comes from an international and that's how much the red sox have left so i i just i see it as as a calls us go to our nick in providence nick your audio may have gone there for all members guard body no nick you there hey neck nick is either eating lunch during talks in hold them whatsoever finance chilling but i i just the otani thing i i dunno can you give them performed and 62 grant that's all you can give them no you cannot get enforce its do grand no as low already to us not doesn't make any sense now sock and a half what i understand why people want stand in hell i'd love to get state under spicer uber uber pretty good but as you don't wanna you've already good like you.
"john japan" Discussed on KOMO
"Will truly be effective in making the game safe rather than just marginally safer but his fourth try look the game is extremely popular people don't want it to go away if they were bought and i could push where football could flourish and be ralph yes tough yes but not endanger people's brains push button in a minute and then we'd all enjoy football a whole lot more no one wants to the game to go away but the game does have a problem and the research that has come out in the last decade or so and continues to come out makes that clear saying that is not an anti football statement it's just a pro evidence statement bendinha malo who is the neural cathala just who is credited with discovering ct when he worked with some steelers players and other athletes in pittsburgh his memoir just came out and full title kgb the title is the truth doesn't have a side this is pro nfl pro football or anti football argument it's just a question of where does the truth and where it is evidence lead and wants to lead you there what do you do about it causes nbc sports always a pleasure thank you so much thank you rv all the best well from one sports legend to another here we go over with tom glasgow he's at the l e v auto brokers force this talking about the dogs forget playing in the final four and maybe forget about playing in the pac 12 championship game a loss for the huskies friday night at stanford head coach chris peterson all talk about it tonight sixty seven right here on komo news a head of the huskies home games saturday night against that's a seven thirty start and means are pregame coverage right here on komo news will get underway at 230 washington state controls its own destiny in the pac 12 north win over the huskies in the apple cup and the kubes will play john japan of title game you dubbed basketball it to an oestgaard for mike hopkins theme they'll returned to action on thursday night madison square garden part of the case sports classic this game will get under at six thirty artime are pregame coverage right here on komo news will begin at clock this.
"john japan" Discussed on KGO 810
"Ready next saw that was a barrel i site martin the oas not easy out dan in in june and but it's straw of course he knows yes i came riots iowa this for the where i worked for the win jim slam jam i who will sing for you for the victory go with kellyanne i get there sucks word i like you know what she needs the confidence nyse never know leejay drought that need of side i am the now jackie's laugh got his stream john japan published up bruce oh long after the thrill of live in is guy all right nancy i'm so sorry we you call us again in play more time human beings earlier the urugay germs on horrible person he wanted promulgated he's a trump supporter and he snuck in and stole the election samsung it was it was a lot of fun guy with back again thank you so much told his finest nancy jim how did you cheat how did you do it did you send voters the reached jared added work give almost various microbial there's more man i put you on hold to get all the information congratulations have a great time calls afterwards let us know y'all is that what you are let us know this nudie we won't will onto no ebola found no drinking today which war yeah right anyway let us know all right how many sex partners is too many i think ten thousand is an and i'll tell you who has no tests 10000 of next now now stop next cagey san traffic in my dreams from the tell not about a traffic desk westbound 80s a much better it took a while for all of that backed up traffic to unspoiled but there is virtually no delays now as you travel of richmond and toward the maize eastbound eighty that's another story it's heavy from powell's street in stretch says so they'll have some spots that are open and you can get up to about sixty miles an hour uh all.
"john japan" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"And is aging military michael i've seen the grey hairs in the app's at me up sixteen is good for them but still that's not vigor for a ten years from now dissolve a have an answer i don't think he does he when the answer that he has tried in the short run is his so called women onyx program which gives to eating courage women to get back into labor forcing crease for number women in the labor course try to get rid of some of the glass ceilings and the at least in a short run measure make more effective use of the labor force up population but you have or were the working age population that you have on the contrition john japan's look females depend women are probably the most highly educated women overall in the world maybe next to americans and some of the western europeans but they participated believer in the believe reports today much lower rate ben comparable countries and so one of the things out based on this try to get more women and but this is you know this is a very basic problem you have to have more baby's a nothing the government has done including offering baby bonuses and trying to make it easier if some level for women to have children in and you have leave time in return into the labor to force has really worked where i think your pants going to go it into ways one i think it's going to be on acknowledged immigration it won't be immigration the way we think of that but there will be continue as there's been for decades in japan people coming in on the labor visas in the like interest staying under the radar in the economy to do a lot of the jobs that japanese are either on willing to do or they're not enough japanese to do and the number.
"john japan" Discussed on WTMA
"Be have an answer i don't think he does he when the answer that he has tried in the short run is his so called women tomic's program which gives to eating courage women to get back into labor force increased the number women into labor towards trying to get rid of some of the glass feelings at least in a short run measure make more effective use of the labor force up population that you have or the working age population that you have on the interesting john japan's emails depend women are probably the most highly educated women overall in the world maybe next to americans and some of the western european but they participated believer in the believe reports today much lower rate than comparable countries and so one of the things out based on his try to get more women then but this is you know this is a very basic problem you have to have more baby's and nothing the government has done including offering maybe bonuses and trying to make it easier at some level to women to have children in and you have leave time in return into a reports has really worked but i think you're pans going to go it in two ways one i think it's going to be on acknowledged immigration it won't be i'm abrasion the way we think of that but there will be continue as it's been for decades in japan people coming in on labor visas in the like interesting under the radar in the economy to do a lot of the jobs that japanese are either unwilling to do or they're not enough japanese to do and the number.