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"joon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Rio now. Global News Update. U S. A city a new mark in the fight against the coronavirus Jim Forbes, the CDC reports and over 100 million Americans have received at least one dose of the vaccine over 30% of the entire U. S population and nearly 58 million people are fully vaccinated. Three states senators in Pennsylvania are planning to introduce legislation that would bar Governor Tom Wolfe from imposing a vaccine passport program in the state Senators Kristen Phillips Hill, Judy Ward, Michelle Brooks called the Vaccine Passport program. Extreme government intrusion into people's personal lives. The three legislators say those who want to get the Koven 19 vaccine should do so that others may feel they have a valid reason to avoid getting vaccinated. The final four tips off today for the first time ever to schools from the state of Texas have reached the Final Four is top seeded Baylor battles. Second seeded Houston. The other national semifinal features top overall seed and undefeated. Gonzaga taking on 11, seeded U C L. A. That's the latest time Lisa Taylor. This'll is Bloomberg Law with Joon Russell from Bloomberg Radio. 19 shots in the longest rally of the match so far joke too much instantaneous decision to let that ball go, and it was the right one. As the number one tennis player in the world. Novak Djokovic.
"joon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This'll is Bloomberg Law with Joon Russell from Bloomberg Radio. Securities and Exchange Commission sent Goldman Sachs shares tumbling by 13% in a single day in 2010, when accused the firm of defrauding customers by selling them a mortgage backed investment that was secretly designed to fail. 11 years later. Shareholders who lost money that day are before the Supreme Court. Joining me It's Mark Rifkin Ah, partner Wolf, Holden Steen. What's the basic issue here? So that the two issues that the court had to consider in this case were number one. What is the proper procedure for the defense? To try to negate the presumption of reliance that plaintiffs are entitled to under basic versus Levinson and then number two under the federal rules of evidence. What's the standard that the defendants have to me to rebut that presumption on a motion for class certification? So in this case, there were generic statements like our client's interests always come. First integrity and honesty or the heart of our business, explained how the plaintiffs were using those generic statements. So the plaintiffs say that those statements which the parties characterized as generalized statements, but to me, they're actually pretty specific. They're not related to any direct line of business of Goldman Sachs, but they're more generalized. And so in that sense they're generic statements. But the plaintiffs say that when Goldman Sachs got into trouble because of trading in securities that were adverse to the interests of their clients, they failed to disclose that information to the public. That information eventually became public knowledge when complaint was filed against Goldman for that, and that action that disclosure had no effect on the price of the stock, because the plaintiffs say That Goldman had issued these reassuring generalized statements which maintain the price of the stock in the marketplace. And they say that was false and misleading because Lo and behold, when the bad news comes out and Goldman is exposed, the allegations are exposed and the extent of the problem is exposed. The price of the stock dropped and that stock dropped on. The disclosure led the stock price to trade at the price that the plaintiffs say it should have traded at all along. Woman did make a $550 million settlement with the S E. C. They didn't admit wrongdoing, but they did say they made him a steak and not disclosing which is unusual in that kind of a settlement. Correct And I think you need to look at the nature of the underlying allegation is that Goldman was engaged in conduct that was inconsistent with the interests of nights. Stockholders. But its clients and that's that's Goldman's life blood that they put the interests of their clients first at what they do is for the benefit of the clients, and that's why I think that those statements although they were general statements Are actually pretty important to Goldman customers. And if you were an investor in Goldman Sachs is a stockholder. That means they should be pretty important to you. So I think these statements turned out to be very material, and that's the real rub of the issue is were these statements Important to the market. And do the plaintiffs have the right to rely on a presumption of reliance based on the importance the materiality of the statements. But if they do can Goldman rebut that presumption by some other evidence, and that's that's really the heart of the issue that was argued in the Supreme Court on Monday. What were the justice is concerned about Well, I think the court's concerned with two issues number one the way the presumption works centers around the materiality of the statements in question. Essentially what the presumption says, is that if you trade in an orderly and efficient market The information that the plaintiff alleges is either misrepresented or omitted from the market. And it's important information. It's information that a reasonable shareholder would want to know, so it's material and you don't need to rely on anything other than the integrity of the market price. In order to be able to state a claim under the securities loans, And that's the presumption of reliance that you're entitled to under the Supreme Court's basic versus Levinson decision, But it's just the presumption and so the defendant then has the opportunity to come back. And we're but that presumption by showing, for example, that the statements that Plaintiffs claim our actionable. We're not material as a matter of law or did not have an impact on the price of the stock, or perhaps in the case of an individual point. If he or she would never have relied upon those statements, and here, she known them, and it didn't matter to the point of whether the price was efficient or inefficient. I can't imagine an individual attack like that on a particular acquainted. The defendant is always able to try to prove that the information that was allegedly misrepresented was not material, and that's exactly what Goldman Sachs tried to do here and judge karate in the district Court. Concluded that Goldman's experts did not adequately were about the presumption of reliance and so certified the class. That's the very narrow holding that went up to the Supreme Court. When farmers market disruption has accelerated the.
New York attorney general names leaders of Cuomo investigation
"New York's attorney general, has chosen the lawyers who will lead the investigation to complaints about sexual harassment by Governor Mario Cuomo. New YORK Attorney General Leticia James has named Joon Kim and and Clark to oversee the investigation, which clears the path to begin looking into accusations of inappropriate behavior by Governor Andrew Cuomo. Him is a former acting U. S attorney for the Southern District of New York. And Clark is an employment discrimination lawyer. The New York Times reports that they will have subpoena power and the appointment is effective immediately. Since late last month, five women have come forward with accusations of sexual harassment or inappropriate behavior by the governor, even as some lawmakers have called for him to step down. Governor Cuomo says he quote Will not resign in New York. Tanya J. Powers,
New York AG Appoints Attorneys To Lead Cuomo Investigation
"New York Attorney General Letitia James is announcing the attorneys who will lead an investigation into the allegations of sexual harassment against Governor Andrew Cuomo, Former Acting U. S attorney for the South District of New York. Joon Kim and attorney and Clark are being assigned the case, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio commented on the situation. Unfortunately, it's a situation where Fewer and fewer people are believing what the governor saying and that has to be addressed.
New York's attorney general names duo to investigate Cuomo sexual harassment claims
"General, has appointed a former federal prosecutor and an employment lawyer to investigate accusations that Governor Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed female aides. WCBS TV's Marsha Kramer, attorney general, It is. James chose Joon Kim, the man who replaced pre Pereira as U. S attorney in the Southern District of New York and employment discrimination lawyer and Clark. Who had a team probing allegations of sexual harassment against Governor Andrew Cuomo made by five women. In a statement, James described a pair as quote legal experts who have decades of experience. Conducting investigations and fighting to uphold the rule of law. The appointments came is New York lawmakers were privately debating whether to join calls for Cuomo to resign from office or urge patients during the investigation. In the
New York Attorney General Sets Team To Investigate Sexual Harassment Claims Against Governor Cuomo
"To investigators are appointed to look into sexual harassment allegations against New York's governor. Former acting U. S attorney for the Southern District of New York. Joon Kim and employment lawyer and Clark have been appointed by New York Attorney General Letitia James to investigate sexual harassment allegations against Governor Andrew Cuomo. Several women accused Cuomo of making inappropriate comments and, in some cases, giving them uncomfortable hugs or unwanted kisses. Cuomo has said some allegations are false. But he has apologized for banter in the office that some women interpreted as
Cuomo says "there is no way I resign" as top New York leader calls for him to step down
"New York State's attorney general is appointed to attorneys to lead an investigation into the sexual harassment and misconduct accusations facing Governor Andrew Cuomo. Appears 100 Lo Wang reports. Cuomo was said he's not stepping down despite growing calls for his resignation investigation has led by Joon Kim, a former top federal prosecutor in Manhattan and end Clark attorney who specializes in discrimination cases. The lead a team who will analyze documents and conduct interviews under oath to repair report that will be made public over the weekend as reported by the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post. Two more women came forward with allegations of inappropriate behavior by Governor Andrew Cuomo. Cuomo has pushed back against the accusations. Governors, also under a separate investigation into whether his administration was dishonest about how many people living in nursing homes died from Kobe,
"joon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Joon Brussels from Bloomberg Radio. I've been talking to Bloomberg Supreme Court reporter Greg Store about the Supreme Court, rejecting former President Trump's appeals over his tax records and false claims of election fraud. Trump lost on the taxes. He and his allies also lost on eight appeals related to efforts to overturn the election. Yeah, Some of these were expected. And some of these, maybe weren't the ones that were expected were the most consequential ones in terms of had the court actually taking them up. These were the cases that claimed that Joe Biden's election was prepared by fraud should be overturned. Think lewd cases filed by the lawyers, Sydney Pollen and Lin Wood in particular states. The court had already indicated it was by not expediting those cases and by refusing to grant emergency relief that it wasn't especially interested in taking them up. So it was really a formality In terms of those cases. There were two other appeals actually stepping from the same case that looked like it had a very good chance of being taken and affecting future presidential elections. These are appeals out of Pennsylvania, filed by Republicans of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruling that granted a three day extension of time for absence. He ballots to be received in that state for mail in ballots to be received and the count and the Supreme Court refused to block that ruling before the election, then refused to expedite the case in here, arguments before the election, but there's still chance they were going to take it up, and that could affect future presidential election. Instead, the court after several weeks of deliberation, decided not to take the case. Re conservative justices say they would have granted that but you need four for the court to specifications. No, the court will not take it up. That was interesting because the three conservative justices Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch were unable to get 1/4 vote. So that means that the two newest justices Appointed by Trump wouldn't vote to take the case. That's right, and it is fascinating haven't had previously signaled that he disagreed with the Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision. The argument is basically that the Constitution says that the state Legislature gets to set the rules for presidential elections and that state Supreme Court doesn't have the power to overturn what was pretty explicit in the state code and back when we had a shorthanded Supreme Court, Brett Kavanaugh had cast of those two stated that lower court Vision, but at the time, they're only eight justices on the court split 4 to 4 and left position in the force. But Cavanaugh did not vote to grant this case after the fact that it may be just speculating here that he faced was now moved and the course that shouldn't take it up now, Amy Tony Barrett, we really don't know anything, but it is certainly very interesting that she did not join. Her conservative colleagues and agreeing to take it up. This is an issue that has cropped up on a lot of situations of variation of that cropped up and the Bush v. Gore case back in 2000 and conservatives have been arguing for a couple of decades that state Supreme courts, state courts don't have this power to override a state legislature. So it is a missed chance for a lot of conservatives that get a ruling that might have clarified that there are real limits on what state courts could do in the context of presidential elections. Justice Alito's said that this could lead to guidance for future elections. But wasn't the case moot. And is this Supreme Court in the habit of going outside what it has to do? The case was arguably moved. Absolutely. There is some precedent that just recently appointed to where the court has said that in election cases in particular, they fall into the exception to the muteness. Good doctor in that says yes and issue is recurring, but tends to of aid review, for example, because, of course run out of time to decide the case before it becomes mood. Then the court will make an exception and say We need to decide this issue, but we could, you know, set the rules for future disputes there certainly not consensus on whether the court should have done that in in this case, But there was a least argument that the court could have done that if I wanted to. Trump did win one case because the Supreme Court turned away adult film star Stormy Daniels over her defamation lawsuit against Trump. Yes, And she found a third petition asking the court to hear arguments and revived the lawsuit. This stems from allegations that she had an affair with Donald Trump, but that man approached her in the parking lot. And threatened her because she was talking with a magazine about cooperating with a story about the affair. Donald Trump later tweeted that This whole thing that the man was non existent this whole thing with the com job, And she said that that the famed her and ah lower courts that a federal appeals court said under Texas law That's not that doesn't constitute deformation. You can't provide it with the suits for me. Daniels on the Supreme Court yesterday refused to hear the appeal. Am I going too far? Greg and saying that with not taking any of those cases involving Trump's personal disputes, the Supreme Court we're sort of washing their hands of him. That's certainly a conclusion. One thing draw on it certainly a theme that maybe the court does have trump exhaustion. I mean, that said they did also in the same orders left agreed to hear a couple cases involving Trump policies. Now these cases may eventually watch out because Biden administration has suggested that can change the policies. But in terms of cases involving Donald Trump the individual Yes, it does sort of appear like the court as a whole. Didn't have a whole lot of appetite for getting involved in those About the two cases that you're talking about. The court took cases involving the immigrant wealth tax that the Trump administration instituted and abortion counseling rule. Why would the court take up those cases? No, that the Biden administration is not going to enforce those rules or is going to just write them off the books. It's a good question, and really all I can do is speculate on my speculation is that the Biden administration and neither of those cases filed anything saying we're going to change the rules? Please hold off on one granting the case. And, uh until the Biden administration does that perhaps the Supreme Court decided we're gonna go ahead and do what we would normally do, Which is to take these cases up because They do involve lower court that have struck down important government policies. It may just be an actress a formality. It is very hard to imagine the court ultimately Would hear these cases. Yes, Indeed, The Dragon Administration has changed the underlying office. The court has gotten rid of a few cases dealing with immigration because the Biden administration has changed policies. That's right. The court has already done that, with case involving the border wall case involving Trump's remain in Mexico policy for asylum applicants. The court really doesn't have any interest in reviewing a policy that is no longer enforce, or that is being changed or enforcing a new administration to defend something an old administration did. So they appear to be giving the Biden administration some running room here to say they're going to change things. Thanks, Greg. That's Bloomberg Supreme Court reporter. Greg Store coming up next. Who can you see when the lights go out? You're listening to Bloomberg, help Theo. Only way to start.
"joon" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Comes from Dr Nathan Joon, who teaches philosophy at Midwestern State University of Wichita Falls, Texas. Last weekend, Dr June posted on Facebook. I want the entire world to burn until the last cop is strangled. With the intestines of the last capitalist who was strangled in turn with the intestines of the last politician. On top of this guy's obsession with intestines. You can assume that his hatred of law enforcement in capitalism fits right in with so many others who were Teaching America's young people. The university defended their professor and I said that when their faculty members expressed themselves as private citizens, they are entitled of First Amendment protections. Even if their opinions are offensive and shocking, Professor June isn't going to face any institutional censorship for discipline. But here's the thing. Midwestern state universities of public universities. Texas taxpayers have a right to express their uncensored opinion on who they underwrite in the classroom. And you parents paying to send your kids to MSU. You also have a right to express yourselves if you don't want your kids exposed to this uncensored hatred. Of law enforcement and American capitalism. You have every reason to impose some societal discipline of your own and just quit supporting this. And tell Dr June it's time for his July. He's out of there, rush noon to three. But I love our affiliate there. W M A L. Now on one of 5.9 half past Washington's mall W N A L. For many Americans, their top New Year's resolution is to save more money. One way to accomplish.
"joon" Discussed on The Director's Cut
"Unstoppable died. The other could add a all oversaw Twitter at their each Talk questions Wait repacking Don't get off. select Manga couple folks in javanese. That's kind of what paradox. Where i draw all my storyboards myself with memories of murder parasites. And i'm working on my story boards. I have this desire to make every imperfect to edit You know i'm going to be like hitchcock. No-one can touch this edit But when. I'm actually in the editing room. After a shooting i try to destroy my Storyboards and find what. I was what i missed in that process while shooting and invent more things shopping around the shots or changing this and that. But you know i find that. It's not so easy. Because i don't should coverage and there's not enough footage to really shufflings around so there are some restrictions doing that With the onto the Humble indisputable said that he told by sam mall by the cutthroat premium Dilemma could not isolate holtom gets tweeted. Komo okay unbundle talk. Ninety three humbling vestige on budget will Tempted to keep a log of Is thirty both digital minute. Not not to unbelievers and i think i mentioned this center previous conversation but in korea. We have onset editing. It's quite a distinct feature. We have the green film industry where you have an onset editor with final. Cut pro premium on their laptops. And they'll be editing as we're shooting and so i think that's why Become more obsessive and just overall you know all everyone in the industry tends to really rely more on these storyboards they request the storyboards and generally just rely on them a lot. I think it's i. I mean i think that style have how you plan. It's funny. Because i i do the same thing with storyboards and me. It started with like reading. Scorsese on scorsese that book interviews with martin and seeing his storyboards that he did and so. I decided that that's how you do it. i think. Leading to thinking about editing in your head as you prepare your shots just leads to various certain style of shoot Very leads to establish shooting. That just feels custom-tailored for the story and it feels so good. And i think it's a good thing. I think Is one thing that notices looking at looking back through your kind of the people that you worked with like with like with editors for example You've worked with certain people several times but you do tend to change it. Up from movie to movie is that Is that something for you. It's largely to schedule sundays available or not available or is that a conscious decision for you in order to like. Keep the keep it fresh with different. Collaborations look reminded Gun medical finance each other on them..
CFA Schedule Is Disrupted Again With December Exams Canceled
"CF candidates are going to have to wait a little longer to take their tests. The CF a institute is canceling December exams in 37 locations around the world. We get that story from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet December dates for the chartered financial analyst exam have been scrubbed in 13 cities. Including New York, San Francisco and Chicago, as well as 11 in India. The institute says it may announce additional postponements in coming weeks. The move again disrupts the plans of test takers, hoping to earn a CF a credential, bypassing all three levels of the most challenging test in finance. The institute had earlier postponed its joon exam. Candidates will be able to reschedule for dates in 2021 Charlie
UN General Assembly: US-China tensions flare over coronavirus
"Pandemic is a test of international cooperation. One, the U. N secretary general says the world is failing is NPR's Michelle Kellerman reports that failure Was on display at the ongoing General Assembly. The secretary general is trying to use this virtual General Assembly to get countries to work together to fight the pandemic and many other global challenges. But one Security Council debate showed just how hard this will be. You know shame on each of you. I am astonish, and I'm disgusted. That's the U. S ambassador to the U. N. Kelly Craft accusing her colleagues, though not naming, which ones of playing politics with covert 19 members of the council who took this opportunity to focus on political grudges rather than the critical issue at hand. My goodness Craft defended the Trump administration's decision to pull out of the World Health Organization and said China should be held to account for quote, unleashing this plague onto the world. China's Ambassador John Joon, says the US is just trying to blame others for its own failings. The United the States has been spread in political virus on this information. And for 18 confrontation on division. Up to that point, it had been a rather dry Security Council meeting about global governance in the wake of covert 19. There was a lot of talk about multilateralism and a few veiled swipes at the Trump Administration's America first approach, Kraft said. The U. S has given you n agencies $900 million to counter the pandemic and compared that to others on the Security Council. NYU's year 4.6 million South Africa 8.4 million Indonesia five million. The US does give more to the U. N than other, says Richard Gallon of the International Crisis Group. But this is not just about money. Foreign diplomats had grown accustomed to trump attacking. Yuen arrangements like the Paris climate deal on mechanisms like the Human Rights Council. But they were genuinely shocked the Washington would walk away from the W. H O during a global pandemic. Speaking via Skype, he said diplomats are worried about what he calls a nasty fight between the US and China as Beijing tries to increase its influence in the world body on a day to day basis, Chinese diplomats in New York are often Very assertive, increasingly hard line and sometimes bullying colleagues from smaller countries. The reality is that for most members of the U. N, neither the US nor China Is offering an attractive vision of the future of multilateralism and the world needs multilateral solutions on a range of issues beyond the pandemic, says Latisha Courtois, who represents the International Committee of the Red Cross. She's raising the alarms about the forgotten conflicts from Yemen to this, the hell region of Africa has a triple threat of climate conflict and called it mansions. And for that they need to be a collective approach. The U. N Secretary General Antonio Guterres made the same appeal all week, reminding diplomats that the World Sol a previous period of fragmentation a century ago. The result was the first World War. Followed by the seconds. Over. 19 is casting a dark shadow across the world. And he called the band eh Mika warning that must spur US toe action. Michelle Kelemen. NPR news, the State Department
"joon" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"When he had the out formed then he kept embellishing and embellishing and making a bigger and bigger, and you should have set it down into. You should have shut it down. There's also by. Let's not overlook Adams. Adams big point that he makes because Mike saying Allie keeps on, be kept on embellishing a story and embellishing and banishing and M j. you should have shut it down and out of goes. He improvised, and how does how you improvise on the spot unless it was rehearsed like? provides. The on the spot is. All improvising idiot. Who has like the standard? Piece of Shit I could have died. When are you going to step up and acknowledge that I almost lost all of my blood. And what do you need? Medical records like I'm Jay. Wasting your your this is your home. Run right there. You're wasting it. You're doing it. Really for you, but God, you're bailing and like well. What does that have to do with anything and residents we'll be. There were eight months before and she was on bed rest and she was texting everyday. She had no problem spreading things. Out! I had nothing to do with Ali I had nothing to do with Jenga. Yeah, we are because not everyone. Andy everyone everyone has I'm sorry I. Don't have that power. You done it like every reunion, but that's fine. So She's just a nine to all this happened. She's now like. She has now taken a stance that is false and is now. With MJ. She wants you take the stand. She has a hard time. Getting out of it, but but then there's this weird moment where he gets okay. Okay show of hands who believes that MJ had something to do with the naked Jenga rumors from serious ranch's I do I do I? Do I do like? This is not quite the accountability that they wanted, but okay. Let's see where this goes. Tried to retaliate against renaissance and rent. Sandy because of contractors, speed contract dispute like that makes no sense, and then we see a clip of MJ saying she wasn't filming at the beginning of the season because she hadn't signed her deal yet, so she was having some kind of contract dispute, so she's just like I'm not really sure what she's doing today, but mce. And so she is like instead of focusing on your trifling philandering inappropriate text messages. You're focused on how you abandoned our on our Frangieh. This reunion has been a dog and pony show, and she says all mad. And that's that until next week there's a second part that comes out next week. which it looks like more of the same so I guess we'll see but. He's got about. Without having to take responsibility for Shit Wow. And is GONNA and he's going to. Do, his usual? Group therapy because he's, he's like Lima gee-gee Desam asks you step aside Mike. You can stay here because you're a good mediator. Really get the bottom of this resume. Say One nice thing about MJ. Alright everybody well, we will be back tomorrow with a Deck Med and then the rest of the week etcetera am we'll.
"joon" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"It's so weird and off brand for me Mike Okay look I'm the doctor here, so let let me just explain. Andy let me explain some emotional dynamics here I think a lot of person men have trouble with their dads. Because the mom stayed, home and dads went to work, so it's very hard for Persian like mine first of all, that's kind of everyone came. Yes, that's just person people second of all. That's not what they're talking about. His Dad didn't just go to work. While the mom brace him, and now he resents the Dad. Have you even watch the the-the? Seriously idiot. This guy is and Mike just shakes his finger into the camera like listen Mike. A Lot Persians a lot of Persian. Men have problems with their fathers. Because a lot of Persian men They do nothing for the first forty years their life and their dads get mad at them, and they feel like their dads and Matt Up, and that's hard for the sons. You know, so, that's hard. That's hard seeking finger wagging finger, so Andy's like slow Nima. What about your stupid t last week? One uneven see everybody on the. Team. I love them on even the whole they may be the Jackal of day or related to the whole in Vienna flashback. Some episode wash happens live. Were Anti Right the Jackal the day? Are The phillies mascot? If the Wa- The new look wounded, just get the nears like Nima and easy photoshop of this the Phillies, whatever it's called with like teeth on it like badly. Photoshop and you just got the article Such a prick you know I'd love to take I'd love to see that fervor for bad veneers with Kyle Richards. You fucking asked liquor wo or Mike since when you have a problem, he's mean like gangs up with all the popular kids to be mean to poor little. Nima K. Poor. Or Poor Dima what you're gonNa do what you gotta do. Well GTS Endesa and he made a really mean post on Instagram jocking about your teeth, and we see the picture, and they've all got these big like chocolate teeth. Yeah. And about firing Nima, and it's like I never said anything about firing Andy Yeah. Residency. Word about firing I was just saying he'll never be one of us and. I have worked hard to open our whole lives to be what it is, and this kid wants to jump up on our pinkie toe fungus come on man I'm like so you're saying you've got pinkie toe fungus. Let's talk about that. GD I love. The Andy gave her like a really confused. Look that she talked about how they've worked so hard to open up their lives to make this so disgusting me like Yeah. I think it's hilarious that my friends acted like a bunch of kids which I can understand now because POLINA has kids and I work with the kids and I like kids now, so I wouldn't change a single moment in my life. Should not be in this position right now. Thank you my being the voice of Breathe? So now Andy Has I. don't know why Andy has wasting time with this other things in this reunion. The other things in the season I would've liked to have discussed in this, but. He of course has asked what happened. Niemann GDP in the hot tub in Hawaii literally no one cares no one cared. What happens if I left here eight? Storyline come on. Yeah, yeah, they out. So that's what happened I am. So then we come back from break again and residents like. You look like you have frosting over you. I.
Nicole Clowers on Oversight of COVID-19 Relief Funds
"From Washington Journal recorded on Tuesday morning, focusing on the oversight of covert 19 relief funds. We're going to talk next about the spending of the Copan 19 relief funds approved by Congress over the past couple of months. We're joined by Nicki Clowers Thie Health Care, health care team manager for the Government Accountability Office. Thanks for being with us this morning. Thanks for having me tell us why the G A o did this report The cares act that was passed in in March, require us to provide ongoing oversight of the funding and activities of the federal government. Specifically, it requires us to provide on point oversight of the government's efforts to prepare for respond to And recover from the 19 and it includes US requirement for us to assess the impacts of 19 on public health, as well as the economy as well is tracked the funding and the use of that funding. The act requires us to report every 60 days starting 90 days after Anakin it so Our Joon report was our first report and will be issuing additional reports every other month. So basically almost as soon as this legislation is signed and enacted and signed, the G A. O is monitoring its spending. Absolutely. We're providing real time oversight of the funds. We have experience doing this going back over a decade ago, for example, under the trouble as that released program will provide it. Assistance to the financial sector's After the global financial crisis. We were required to provide ongoing oversight every issue of quarter to 60 days. So we have experience in ways we built on that experience to hit the ground running, provide immediate oversight and help ensure accountability and transparency of how the funds or Viennese let's look at the overall number is 2.57 in Seven trillion in spending and the and the measures passed by Congress here, the figures on each of those packages the PPP, the Paycheck Protection Program, 670 billion. The Treasury Economic Stabilization Fund, 500 billion explain expanded unemployment. Suren insurance, 375 billion economic impact payments. 282 billion public health emergency funding funding, 232 billion and 150 billion from the Exact the relief for state and local governments. Of that 2.57 trillion Nicky Clowers. How much has been spent already about $677 billion. That's what we found in our in our work and collection of data. Unfortunately, Treasury and we have not released overall spending data. Yet under Allenby guidance agencies are to report On on there's care spending starting at the end of June. So we expect the overall spending data to be available starting probably at the end of July in all this time frame. Incident. In the absence of comprehensive data, We undertook our own efforts to collect what was known about spending until we collected spending information on the on the sixth largest areas that you just mentioned. A swell a some other federal agencies and we found about $677 billion has been expended, and about $1.3 billion has been obligated. That means that the government has committed to spending one's. We're talking about the oversight of those covered 19 relief funds. How that money is spent with the hose. Nicky Klauer. She is their healthcare team manager. Welcome your comments to 027 for 8 8000 Eastern and central time zones, too. 27 for 8001 Mountain and Pacific. I have to imagine that keeping track of 2.5 million is hard enough. What were the challenges of tracking $2.57 trillion worth of spending on you? As you mentioned? Not all spent yet and and how much staff does this entail? Well, it is challenging, providing a real time oversight. As you can imagine. A CZ agencies are standing up programs there figuring out how to 1000 programs, how to track their own spending on DH decisions, change programs of all and so that requires us to be Very agile and nimble on Dwork with the agency's Tio Keep up to date on the latest developments, and so in our horses were working around the clock and frankly, too Track the dollars. Make sure we have a good understanding so we can provide that information to policy makers and the public.
"joon" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Twenty will be moved to. Spring Two Thousand and twenty one Phil. Mickelson says he would like to see the match. Become an annual that with guys like Stephan Carey and Michael Jordan or Tony. Romo Patrick Mahomes joining him and Tiger. Woods and finally facebook offered graffiti artist. David show sixty thousand dollars the paint murals in their offices in two thousand five. He chose to take compensation and stock which was eventually valued at more than two hundred billion dollars ca by show for all the latest headlines that information tune the sportscenter on ESPN radio. All throughout the day Chris. Cody was marveling during the break. At the range of Marty Smith Mike Ryan was doing something that wasn't marveling but was amusing. He he says and I'd like to put this on the poll. Does Marty Smith sound when talking about NASCAR or like a war hero writing a letter to a long lost love because there was a longing and desperation in Marty. Smith's voice just he wants cars and you forget that he's talking about something that is inanimate because he sounds so intimate about wanting his left turns sports. You are the eternal flame that keeps my soul Jackson's. We're talking about the Coca Cola. Three Hundred Zach. I want the letter to saga dear soccer. I like to get drunk and watch. That's my letter more romantic than you are your bit of a bit of a caveman. Mardi Mardi knows so. He should so intense. I love him for but Jesus Man June Lee is with us now he is a writer for. Espn covers baseball among other things and the news of the day. Is Max Scherzer? Telling the owners to go bleep themselves and the fairly obvious news that the baseball players union is going to send back a proposal. That largely ignores what it is that they just got from the owner so June. Thank you for making time for us. And what what is your overview on this back and forth. Yeah so I. I wanted to touch on village tree. Take something really funny would be to cut down trees and and turn those trees into baseball bats if the players break during the Games I feel like that's a natural solution just to use trees within sports kind of naturally integrates event in regards to the CPA animal It's been a really weird thing because of course last couple of years. I think there's been a lot of degradation of trust between the players and and they'll in the league Over the last couple of years just having conversations with people around the game It's become really really evident that both sides Have really don't trust each other. I think mattress or statements This morning Kind of delineated. Then basically saying that. They're grinning nor the offer that That will be put forth and you know that this has sped up And kind of reveal a lot of problems in America and Sports And and Has kind of shown them right to our eyes and I think this is one of those situations where you know. A lot of people are worried heading into twenty twenty one that there was to be a lockout kind of worrying about the future of the sport Just because things have been so contentious between the League and the Players Union And I think that everything that's happened it's basically just accelerated that and now just at the forefront and and now we're staring at no are we gonNA have baseball this year because the two sides are so far apart at this point and then negotiations. The negotiations have been going publicly. And so you know it's there's not a lot of really great optimistic. I'm trying I'm trying to you. Know try to find the game with all this but it's really hard to be optimistic in this current situation just given all the circumstances in such the money stuff. There's the safety stuff the trouble just stuff. There's so many issues that the two sides need to come to get along that you know. They're starting off in a place where they're not even speaking the same language right now. June of you heard a single player one player say hey you know what pandemic unemployment not making money fans. Don't WanNa hear this. They just don't want to deal with it. They WANNA see us play. Let's just go play. The two sided issue. I think because you know it's very easy to spin inherited that you know these millionaire ball. Players are Greedy and they're they're asking for money but you're also you know there's there's there's been a lot of talk about the parade salary stuff And and there's a lot of to figure out I think I think Jeff Passan's but this very well and could get up this morning and that someone needs to budge because if both sides are be so stubborn and Kinda sticking to You know their evasion of how the season's going to play out or or how they envision getting paid or all the stuff there needs to be some sort of compromise here And we're just not getting any of the fact that they're fighting publicly in the media right over this like obviously MBA has a different situation because They played the majority of the season. And and baseball. Hasn't played any games in twenty twenty And so there's a massive difference just from a logistical standpoint. In regards to those two leagues I think makes the situation different. That being said You know it's the thing that really worries me. Is that as the young baseball fan. There is not a whole lot of Forty three for the there was a New York Times. I think that only forty three percent of Americans know who might. Trout is and Mike Trout by the end of his career could be one of the five greatest baseball players who ever lived and that is an indictment on on on baseball and so the thing that worries me is that if we go and entire year without baseball strike in ninety four where. I think a lot of fans Who has baseball kind of faded away from their phantom? And you know this. This money issue is coming up again and again. I personally really worry that if baseball doesn't happen and obviously there was a lot of safety concerns. That are going into this as well. But if baseball doesn't happen You know it's it's an. It's an entire tigers lost. Its entire your lots of a lot of players and baseball from gaining a lot of momentum over the course of the last couple of weeks on social media just because the keys have been willing to try different things. Players are putting themselves out there more People are putting their personalities out there in a way that. I don't think we've seen in baseball. We're starting to see this kind of youth movement. Where a lot of guys who grew up on social media are now becoming the young hotshot process the Hawk Stars and they're they're slowly changing kind of the culture of the game the social culture of the game But none of that matters. There's no baseball. Can you explain to me why this is any different than all the other work stoppages and when I heard that oh I fear so much for baseball? And they're still able to play Mike Trout the way like someone explain to me because I have not heard a good explanation for this why this is any different than any of the other times. I've been told that baseball's doomed because of X. Y. and Z. O. I think there's a variety of factors I think part of it is that I like the ratings for the local rates for baseball. Have Been Great But the National Relevance of the sport is obviously is is obviously just very very different place and so you know we can go doomsday all. We want. But at the end of the day if there's no product on the field but it's nothing market. There's something that talk about. There's so many jobs. There's there's there's this entire media call around it like it's a really hard thing because you know. I think a lot of people around the sport wants to get to a place where You know you're mugging players while you have mainstream celebrities who are baseball players where stars you know something I think about all the Times that you know as quiet as their jeeter was as a baseball player who in public for standpoint. He's still hosted Saturday night. Live and there's not any baseball player today who was famous enough to host. Snl remotely close to that And I think that kind of shows how baseball's fallen from the national consciousness of America over the course of the last two decades And so it's you know there's always going to be There's there's always a anxious kind of doomsday. You know around baseball and I think there has been but you know this is this is I think I do. Think that the consensus here are creating a very different circuit Just chain of events and you know the fact that we're seeing all of this labor tensions kind of play out in the public I think is really really not good for the game Because you don't see that in sports in the same way that you have with baseball I know That sport doesn't.
Birth of the Urban Legend
"Today I am going to take a look. At myths and one in particular that is huge a myth that is regarded debated by perhaps perhaps millions of people and it starts in Rome. No one could talk about the Catholic. Church without mentioning. Vatican City. Balance City is an independent city state within Rome. Italy is under full ownership sovereign authority and jurisdiction of the holy. See the area that occupies represents the smallest city state in the world coming in at one hundred ten acres with a population of about a thousand. It is ruled by a type of theocracy minister by the pope while the Holy See dates back to earliest Christianity. The Independent Vatican City state on the other hand didn't come into existence until February. The Eleventh Nineteen Twenty nine this is different from the papal that occupy most of Italy from seven fifty six to eighteen seventy. The Vatican walls were built to keep out pirates during the ninth century. Pirates were pillaging much of southern Italy when they sacked. Saint Peter's in eight forty. Six Pope Leo. The fourth decided he needed a little extra protection. A thirty nine foot wall was constructed around Leone City. An area which included the current Vatican's territory gradually when the threat receded. Many gates were opened in the walls. It was shortly after the wall was built but no connection. Eight fifty five to eight fifty eight that a new pope came into power. The story goes that a lady pontiff rained for a brief time in the ninth century. Disres- was a young woman who disguised herself as a man and entered religious training distinguishing herself as a scholar. She rose through the church ranks and elected Pope John. Eight the year eight five. She went onto rule for two years. Her gender always concealed but he flowery holy robes. Her secret was only revealed. Eight fifty eight when she unexpectedly went into Labor during a papal procession. Some accounts say she died in childbirth while others claim that her and raged followers dragged her behind a horse and stoned to death. Either would've been an appropriate response for the Times before you scoff at the idea of a female pope. Let me lay out some facts. The story of a female pope surfaced in the thirteenth century. Chronicles written by a couple of Dominican Friars then in the fourteenth century. She was mentioned in a book about famous women. Her image eventually graced paintings sculptures and Tarot cards for a short time. She was included in a collection of papal bus in. Italy's CNN Cathedral. Some historians dismissed Pope Joan as a myth that we go. Here's our myth citing that her supposed rain overlaps Pope Leo fourth and Pope Benedict third. Some scholars believe that she was had been expunged from the church history. One ancient scholar provides her nationality place of birth length of her pontificate as two years. Seven months and four days. Then there are some who say she didn't die immediately after giving birth instead she was deposed after her confinement and did penance for many years after her death she was buried in. Estonia were her son held the Office of Bishop generally today all sources a pope. Joan are thought to be nothing more than an urban legend yet. There are hints of a female Pope's existence in both art and architecture on the pillars and Saint Peter's basilica in Vatican City seven sculptures showing a woman's facial expression while going into labor can be found but wait in the oldest surviving com copy of the pump typical the official book of biographies of Popes during the early Middle Ages Pope Benedict. The third is missing completely then are medieval coins that show the likeness of Pope Jonas Elias. Yes there are and this is suggesting that she may indeed have existed. Science had proved that these coins are not fake when archaeological find has documents that Pope Joon US crown. Louis the second of as a holy Roman emperor eight fifty six. Although the available evidence seems to cast some doubts regarding the existence of Pope John. It is likely that some would continue to believe that this figure was real whether it's a piece of fiction or history detail. Pope Joan will most likely on until absolute physical documentation surface. It finally and the
"joon" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Christmas services someone that everyone's kind of Rolled around you brought people together in the region. I know he's can be a controversial figure. I'd say the reason but for a lot of people In Boston you know he was kind of this. You know perfect a political figure for a very long time that That fueled a lot of You know relationships in the city June. I say this to you and everyone in Boston. Respectfully get over it I seriously. What a reality tribuna Jet Fan met Fan. A Knicks fan tried doing that because no city and no set of team has had a better twenty year run. Then you're set of teams up in Boston. So do you lost Tom? Brady get over it. Okay yeah it's it's really funny because like you know I think before Brady happened. And he was kind of started. The success of these teams like New England fans In in Boston Sports Journal we were so optimistic and customers get Fantino you and everything that happened in the eighties with the Red Sox and the Patriots were relatives for such time. The bruins won a title in such a long time the celtics were rebuilding after Larry Bird. you know people in Boston or not optimistic. And it's it's kind of funny. How QUICKLY Things splits in the city where it went from people having no two people you know the fan base becoming you know in the eyes of a lot of people do look came base in America. It's funny that's just see how quickly things can how people quickly forgot how long did stuff and Sport Sports Fans Lucidity Demo. Put It on the poll please. Can you say with all due? Respect boo get over it at Lebatardshow Jewish June Lee with us he covers baseball among other things Espn senior writer. So help me understand does Boston feel like Tom Brady was disrespected. I think it's a complicated situation because I think over the course of the last like fifteen years especially as the Patriots Dynasty has kind of grown for such a long time people have adopted the mindset of of coach And you know I I write about this in the story that you know one of the people. I talked to be working construction in Boston. And the might say he's taking his next man up. We've been doing this for such a long time and I think that Bella tickets prepare people with so many shocking releases. I think Tom Brady has talked about how much the release of more lawyer or early in his career affected his kind of mindset in approaching his job professionally. I think a lot of fans around the region have kind of adopted that same mindset. Next man up you know people have been speculating about how long would be patriots uniform for probably six seven eight years now so this is not a conversation that people haven't been thinking about for really long time It's just another it's happening. It's just kind of sticking in now we're starting to kind of feel with the ramifications of everything that's happened are now. Why did you yell at a car? Rental commercial yesterday was a It was like I was just watching your pin and the two guys check his hand. And I like I've been inside of my apartment in New York since Since I haven't seen people as I just feel like two people shaking their hands by God. This is something that's not happening. It was very Off It was just like a reflective thing and I was just like I New People. You're losing it argued you. You're losing your mind little bit little bit. I recently moved into To my first solo apartment so this has been a real test of like. How much do I need to not be people in the day to day basis so June? Who is the? I'm wondering because you've had so many big names and faces of that city. Who's The guy who do you think is the Jason Tatum? Who'S NEXT IN BOSTON? I'm really feels like kate of at this point because You know he's obviously taking that superstar jumping of course the last couple of months But I for a long time. People thought that guy was going to be. You know he's a the people. People did not brushed past the fact that he was a superstar. Black Baseball player in the city of Boston. Involved we city is walking a lot of people around the city. Were incredibly aware of that of what he meant symbolically so I think a lot of people were anticipating Steph into Brady's Shoes when when Brady eventually you know wasn't a Patriot anymore. And so I think the the surprising trade of of of has kind of shift people In terms of looking towards a vision for the future at Boston sports and I guess the. The the light now shines on Jason Tatum. As is he's kind of taking the next step and know be interesting to see how involved he gets in the city. You know mookie. Mookie did not get involved in kind of mogul Boston as much as previous Red Sox Starts out of the red sox stars Ortiz to enjoy local DUNKIN' DONUTS AD campaign and Lewke didn't really do any campaigns. You know he was famous despite the fact that he did really seek out publicity And it was incredibly popular despite of that too And and so we see. How kind of tatum interaction the city of Boston? You Know He. He talks a lot about his his love. Louis which I think people in Boston take Goto when when Athletes aren't talking about their own cities that the city that before And but he has been getting more recently in the community too. So it'll be interesting just how that relationship begins unfold. Because there's a massive superstar. You know power vacuum in the city of Boston now. I think there's an opportunity for for players and athletes and that so you kind of step off in kind of foster in the next generation of sports June. Thank you for being with us. We appreciate it. Sir. Thanks. I'm Leon Geir Mo. Put It on the poll please. At lebatardshow are yelling at people who are shaking hands in car commercials. Mike Ryan is shaking hands with his elbow..
"joon" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"I love this career. Evolution of Michael. Irvin where he has the ear and access to the receivers who are in trouble. They like talking. He's got relationships because he's already lived it because Michael. Irvin is the guy who was going through the courthouse as a champion many years ago in a for and a Fedora as he makes his way to some sort of criminal proceeding he really has access to these guys where they give him some honesty. All we had heard from. De'andre Hopkins is that he felt sensational. Leaving Houston we didn't have any of those details and I didn't think it was possible that Bill O'Brien could look less wise than he did in simply making the trade but that is a real bad leadership breach that you are trying to connect with your player and that's some of the language you're using. It's like you have no connection points to your player if what you're doing is Aaron Hernandez and baby mamas stuff and then you're just turning around and trading him without testing the market in a way that you know that the Andre Hopkins would've brought you something but like any of us. Don't you think that any of us would have been able to get more for De'andre Hopkins by calling around and Bill? O'brien did I'm not even kidding. Yeah one hundred percent. It's all it's inexcusable. If what Michael Irvin said is indeed accurate and true. That is that is inexcusable. Obviously and shocking and surprising and why they need a GM there so the coach doesn't have to have conversations like that when he's trading player rid of a player that should be the GM job to have those conversations and should not be left to bill. O'brien to have to have meaningful conversations when he appears to be incapable of it on the other part from an on the field standpoint. Yeah like then. It is inexcusable. Free man to run a football team and have one of the three best wide receivers in the NFL and trade him in his prime by the way and trade him for that little when any T. would have offered more than what they got for the services of the Andre Hopkins. It's inexcusable to have that guy. Running your football franchise hopkins went an entire season without dropping a pass. A guy who's being thrown to that often like you. Can you can make the argument. I think it's him. And Larry Fitzgerald Right. Like Larry doesn't Larry Fitzgerald. Isn't there some stat about him? That he's got more tackles than he does drops in his career. Like when you think of hands in that league you think of those two guys above all other guys and the idea. It is the coach's job. I've I've told you this before. Like I think the baseball manager should actually be named baseball middle manager like it shouldn't even be just manager. It should be middle managers. What the baseball manager should be named. And in the case of bill. O'brien who's now you know. He's got the power of that organization. He's got the power to trade the idea that you can't find a place to connect with a talent like that when it is your job to make sure that the best most talented people that you have that you are an ally to them and that you're insulting them and that you are offending them and they are then saying when they get out of there that it is sensational to be away from you and you've got an Arizona cardinal over here talking about this was armed robbery that we get this guy for so little I just. He caught a break yesterday. That all this Tom Brady stuff. He's GonNa break for two days that all this. Tom Brady stuff has been happening because all of sports media would be sitting here flabbergasted. At how it is that you can be this kind. Incompetent in terms of losing talent of that level Fitzgerald had as of last year twenty nine career drops in thirty seven career tackles. That's funny that's funny stat and it really is Dan Dan. Here's the other quick thing and absorb but you know maybe you're most talented player. Hopkins was probably second. Your most talented player is to Shawn Watson and you just took one of the best wide receivers at football away from your most talented player. Desha Watson like there can't be a whole bunch of people that are happy with bill. O'brien right now inside that organization. It's insane what he jaded. It's it's okay to trade him. You just have to get back. The Odell Beckham Hall like you. Just you can't be getting David Johnson. Who's not even in his prime. The Way De'andre Hopkins is in his prime and is a bad contract on top of that. And you take on all the money like that it was just. It was stupefying stupefying. If you told me that you could get David Johnson for not very much at all given how disposable running backs are you know what I would have been not surprised at all if David Johnson had been traded and they couldn't get very much back for him the idea that they could get dion during Hopkins back for him is more shocking than diop. Deandre Hopkins actually being traded the idea that the Arizona cardinals could flip David Johnson into a top three wide. Receiver is more surprising than that. I want to go to Chris here though. Because he is scouring the Internet and you guys enjoy making fun of me. There's a bollywood poster. We put it on twitter at Lebatardshow. The Dude looks just like me. He's holding a gun. He's in an action movie. And we've been searching for names for that action movie at Hashtag. Dan Action what do you have their Chris? Blood.
"joon" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Blew my mind. And I never been in trouble. I don't know why he great me with Aaron Hernandez and from a meeting just interior rated aukin about the Andrea Hopkins could be under a few kids from women and he said he has his baby mama around sometimes as the. I think the relationship just went bad. And thus we got to trade off the Andre Hopkins from Houston for basically like I said earlier a ham sandwich all because of that relationship. Markets will anywhere your thoughts. I couldn't believe what I just heard that about. Covers it right like that's exactly the way it would've handled if I was Greenie Dan? What are your thoughts? Marcus wasn't exactly ready for what he was not expecting that. I wish if we had our normal library here I would go right now to the Chuck Norris sound of me throwing it to you and Chuck Norris was on with us because you are never expecting me to throw it over to you but yes. That's exactly how you handle that if someone throws the fish of Aaron Hernandez on your lap. That's how you handle it. Mine was in a much more much less pressurized situation. I mean it was just Chuck Norris. I know but we were scared. We built up. We built up for months here. Are you like the? Are you like the writer? Troy Johnson puts on twitter. I feel like this is happening to a whole lot of folks right now in Quarantine. He says day one of quarantine. I'm going to meditate and do body weight training day. Four just pours the ice cream straight into the pasta. This is what's avenue like. They're everyone's going crazy. No one can get toilet paper as soon as we come out of this The toilet paper industry is GONNA crash. Because nobody's going to need any toilet paper because people are stocking up for months at a time. Everybody is nuts and locked up in their house. And All we're doing is is watching a bunch of bad movies so Dan yesterday because we have nothing to do except sit inside so. I tried meditation for the first time yesterday. Now you plan on trying yoga meditation. You know me so well Dan. Can you imagine me doing medication? Medication yes you can meditation. Because you really have to focus your mind on one thing towards one positive energy. I sustained period of time and I failed miserably at meditation. I gave up after a minute and a half. He's one of those that most people do most. But how did this start? Explain to me because Yes your mind races you you have a DVD. Meditation would help very few people more than it would help you. If you can achieve some sort of serenity that will make you stop thinking about whether or not the colts made the right move or not but I also see you being. Put It on the poll. Guillermo is God's the worst meditators in the history of meditation because I have questions like how did you start what it would be very good for you to do that? It started with a I think it was Lebron James Head space commercial. I think it started there. I said a couple of weeks ago and I said to myself I always wanted to try to meditate. So it's we're all sitting at home doing nothing. I figured this would be the perfect time to try meditation so I tried it yesterday. I downloaded the APP and unfortunately because it was like the. Nfl news was coming in so fast. Perhaps I should try this daring a slower sports time. As you're checking your phone during meditation Billie tell us what it is that you've got there. I'm curious what you've got downloaded. The same advocates to God's did because I downloaded an APP that popped up on Instagram. And then all of a sudden once. I opened it. Lebron appeared I was like what is he doing it here. And it said that it wasn't free and ahead debated seven ninety.
In Daegu, Coronavirus Leaves City A 'Shadow Of Its Usual Bustling Self'
"South Korea's fourth largest city Daegu is the main battlefield for the country's fight against the new coronavirus the city accounts for about three quarters of the country's roughly seven thousand cases centers Anthony kun reports from Seoul the explosion of cases as overwhelmed the city's hospitals forced medical authorities to change their tactics the city of Daegu about a hundred and fifty miles southeast of Seoul has long been an industrial center in transport hub but lately the city of two and a half million has become a shadow of its usual bustling self cert dental ten on the lights on and it actually looks like a scene from the disaster movie Dr E. joon yup is communications director for the day go medical association couldn't handle all streets are empty restaurants and shops are closed and people stock up on instant noodles not because other foods are in short supply but because they want to avoid going out on February eighteenth the sixty one year old woman was confirmed as day goes first corona virus case investigators believe he came into contact with over eleven hundred people most our fellow members of the shin Chung G. church of Jesus a religious group which accounts for most of the cases indigo Dr Trey Song hole of Geelong University College of medicine and soul explains one reason why the virus spread so quickly your honor and compassion my genital people to please virus symptoms are mild in the early even though viral transmission hi patients may not realize that are infected and so they go about their everyday lives Aegion Europe says it first there was just a trickle of patients indigo hospitals were able to care for them it was a C. telling it to push it on to me Daegu city policy at first was to put every patient in a negative pressure room regardless of the severity of their symptoms negative pressure rooms isolate infected patients by preventing contaminated air from escaping the room people who came into contact with an infected person Dr E. explains were quarantined in public hospitals or other facilities right when they will seek that which he has all it wasn't a mistake but the city didn't expect the number of patients to grow so fast in other words a lack of proper triaging left the hospital system clogged with patients with mild symptoms as of Friday some eighteen hundred patients are almost forty percent of day goes total we're at home awaiting hospital beds to have already died waiting doctors say they must now deal with a new chapter in the epidemic Kim Jong garb president of the Korean association of public health doctors says he's seeing a shift in tactics from trying to contain and traced the virus to trying to mitigate its impact and prevent deaths twenty one twenty with unknown could consult upon all since last Saturday I've seen government efforts to securing more hospital beds and building a triaging system this is still going on critics who say the government has been a step behind in shifting to a mitigation strategy do have a point trace on host says that the next logical step in containing the epidemic could be a difficult one table one manhunt under so you don't get hurt I believe the surest way is to stop people's activities and movements and I personally suspect that the government understands this and wants to impose stricter limits on social activities but a domestic travel ban could be politically unpopular and so far soul hasn't even suggested one as for debut it remains unclear when case numbers there will peak and then begin to
'Sonic' speeds to $57M debut; 'Parasite' sees big Oscar bump
"Tell us a lot this parasite has been out for nineteen weeks and has also been available on digital platforms easy to carry do but it had its biggest weekend yet at the box office I'm deadly serious bong joon ho this film was the first non English language film to win Best Picture in the ninety two year history of the Academy Awards the institution so it's disturbing their neon put parasite into more than two thousand theaters this weekend it earned an estimated five point five million dollars the largest Oscars bump for a Best Picture winner since gladiator in two thousand one hi Ben Thomas
Exclusive: Mark Ruffalo Eyed to Star in 'Parasite' Series on HBO
"Earning today reports HBO is looking to cast mark Ruffalo as the star of a limited series based off of the Oscar winning film parasite the news about Ruffalo being part of the series comes a month after HBO announced a partnership with the pericytes director bong joon ho so this has been in the works and you know you haven't seen parasite you should probably go and check
South Koreans Celebrate Historic Oscar Wins of 'Parasite'
"South Koreans have been reacting with rare collective joy after director bong joon ho is parasite won the Oscar for Best Picture and three other awards there was even celebration of bongs alma mater Seoul's Yonsei university students belonging to a school movie club watch the Academy Awards ceremony together and cheered when parasite received the Best Picture award the movies the first non English language film to win Best Picture in the history of the Academy Awards and is the first south Korean movie to ever win an Oscar the youngest member of the film's cast to play the child of a wealthy family watch the ceremony with his mother in Seoul he John John who's ten shouted with joy as he watched the TV broadcast of the awards he told the Associated Press he thought it would be awesome to get them and we actually won he was wondering if I'm in heaven
‘Parasite’ and Bong Joon Ho take home Oscars
"Last night at the Oscars when bong joon ho this parasite took home the ultimate prize of the night it was the first time and non English speaking movie ever took the Best Picture award and that's not all the thriller also took home best international feature film as well as best original screenplay and Best Director for bong joon
Some 2020 Oscars Fashion Faves
"What you missed today. In the world of Celebrity News Oscar's edition low woah eight. We're GONNA get to the awards show and we're going to get to the after parties but first we have to talk about is a fast Sean. Okay we got to kick things off talking about fashion through a lot of great looks this year. I think I watched so many of those dumb slow motion like he news fashion camera things. I think now everything I look at is in slow motion. My eyes broke watching. So many of those stylized Slo mo videos or whatever anyway as far as getting ready moments I loved Zach braff posting pictures of his girlfriend Florence. PUGH getting ready. He had some like cute block and white right shots of her like with her dress on and getting ready at his house. I'm assuming she doesn't have her own house in la yet because she's she's new anyway. Did notice this in Zach Braff instagram story. In addition to posting pictures of his girlfriend Florence. PUGH getting ready. He also posted a picture of a mirror with like a cute little a post. It note reminder on it at said take your tickets. Like as if he's trying to remind foreign spewed not forget her tickets to the Oscars anyway. It seems cute normal but then I looked closer at the shot and he has used three different. Post it notes to post this message on a mirror. It's like the worst to nonsensical usage of post. It notes I've ever seen it's like he's using to post it notes in lieu of like tape. I guess but it just it looks bonkers. I highly recommend you go check out the photo of it. I'M GONNA put it on her social media accounts so you can see anyway so I guess she remembered you bring your tickets because she did show up Florence pugh or a great dress was like green and had all these tiers layers to it. It was spaghetti strap at had a little title bout. I loved it other fashion that I really liked Natalie. Portman war a Dior Cape that had embroidered on it all the names of the female female directors who were not nominated which I thought was kind of a cool statement spike Lee were a purple and yellow suit with the numbers. Twenty four stitched on the front and back in honor of the late Kobe. Bryant Kristen Wig wore this big red dress that made her kind of look like a delicious piece of lasagna. Like go all your red hot piece of uncooked LASAGNA. Pasta it was it was great. I loved it. Geno Monet had a good look. She were this like metallic hooded dress. US that I really liked. I love an actresses like bring kind of a met gala fashion vibe to the red carpet like they go over the top. I think that's fine like if if you're GONNA be famous and go to the Oscars like why not have some fun with it. You know like why. Why just look like hot and glamorous when you could look like hot hot glamorous and absolutely crazy speaking of like big fashion moments? I also loved Sandra. Oh's dress you had this giant and philosophy glittery like dusty rose gown. It was awesome in it was it just. I like when a gown takes up a lot of space in and Sandra. Oh she took up a lot of space in to me. That's fashion. Is it weird. That my favorite look of the night might have been from the child actress. Sophia Ed butters. Who played the little girl in once upon a time in Hollywood? I know it's weird. I don't like love that my favorite look was worn by a child child star. But it's true. I don't know what that says about my fashion taste but I thought she looked great. She had this like all pink. High Collar are button up. But like Poofy pantsuit thing. It's honestly so cute and chic. It's very age appropriate too. I liked and it. It's it's like a fairytale princess who is going to work as an accountant or something. It's a great is a great vibe amend to
Brad Pitt Gets Political During Oscar Acceptance Speech
"A a site site just just became became the the first first foreign foreign language language film film to to win win the the Best Best Picture Picture Oscar Oscar it it also also got the Oscar for best foreign film and director bong joon ho it did take home the director award Renee Zellweger took home the academy award for Best Actress she wanted for her portrayal of Judy Garland Best Actor went to Joaquin Phoenix for joker and Brad Pitt won his first Oscar best Supporting Actor for his role in once upon a time his acceptance speech got political I was really disappointed with this week and I think when gamesmanship trump's doing the right thing it's a it's a it's a sad day and I don't think we should let it slide
Oscars 2020: South Korea's Parasite makes history by winning best picture
"For the first time in the history of the Oscars and non English language film parasites has won the Best Picture award the south Korean Centel was also given prizes full Best Director best original screenplay and best international feature accepting one of ward's his director bong joon ho joked he would celebrate buying drinking until the morning several television channels in South Korea interrupted the essential programs to report parasites six cents the country's president moon jae and said the film had moved people's hearts with the uniquely Korean
‘Parasite’ Becomes First South Korean Movie to Win Best International Film Oscar
"A big surprise at the ninety second Academy Awards our Jim group reports the south Korean film parasite has taken the top Oscar prize parasite is the winner of the Best Picture Oscar that was quite a surprise the south Korean film is the first ever foreign language film to win the academy's top honor and it upset over what many thought was the favorite nineteen seventeen and other films like once upon a time in Hollywood the Irishman marriage story joker little women Jo Jo rabbit and four verses Ferrari pericytes director bong joon ho also won the best directing Oscar Sunday night and it took the trophy for the best international phone Renee Zellweger won Best Actress for Judy Joaquin Phoenix got Best Actor for joker best supporting Oscar is went to Laura Dern and
"joon" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"People still Aaron the People Call Them Ryan Titan Hill. I wonder how that started wise. I missed the joke and Aaron. Aaron earns a lovely man. All right I want to take two more calls. But there's four more people on here. We Have Bryan and Kentucky. Who has a hack when it comes? I'm stuck GRANOLA. We have Josh from West. Virginia wants to talk about buffets. We have Taylor who is from Connecticut. And she wants to ask about spoiler alerts we have Hans from Wyoming. Who is offering us the opportunity to buy your own city like econ dead? I'm leaning Josh Taylor. I like the last two are Taylor and Hans. Got Two votes so Taylor goes I Taylor. You're on the air fine all right so I need your guys advice. I've been having this argument with my husband for years. Now I'm a classic ruin her. I like to read what's going to happen and things all the time like watch movies or read books. I like to know and he got so mad when I read it. I but then if we're like watching a movie or something he'll ask me a million questions about what's coming up like recently. He watched breaking bad and I knew everything that happened and he asked me a million questions and and I just I feel like if you're don't WanNa know the forward tend to ask me what is after the fact I'm more curious. I'm more curious in your obsession session with being spoiled like why do you like if you're watching a series. Why do you want to know everything? That's going to happen ahead of time. Well usually I do it with salt. I I feel like I'm never going to get around to like I wanted to know what happened in breaking bad's and I'm not gonNA sit down and watch the seasons of it. It's just like too much. Dan would say you know the young person mentality Talay but I just I don't know I wanna know what's going on. I guess it's more than anything else. Well Taylor You married a man who wonders through through life with blinders on and what I would suggest as a gag gift the next time there's a birthday or a holiday I won't go to A Horse store in in by your husband a pair of quine blinders like they wear racehorses where and I think that would be funny gift for him. I think it helped me a lot too because you don't want don't stop asking me all the questions during the show exactly. Do we help you with the blinders thing. I thought that was a good suggestion. Yeah I you know. I think that's the most logical I mean. I'm still having your husband's side here because you're interested in having all the spoilers lers but then you don't WanNa give them out when he's curious for one well. Yeah because I'll I'll say the beginning. 'cause I'm obnoxious. I'll go you want me to tell you what happens avenue. No no I don't WanNa know but then as he's watching it you want me to tell him what's going on what you said. No that's your choice. I'm telling you now husband here. I remember you guys Tim Taylor I appreciate that all right. Thank you so much for the call guys we wrap it up take Hans. Take Josh your take. Brian always wrap it up. Wrap it up all right. How you're on the air? Hey what's going on guys like that mclovin. And the first time I got the shot John was my realize that Mike's Checks his dad weren't real don't you don't you tell us every time you call Hans no the second time a call Beli really thought that I had heard the fatty really poor little SAS. I mean you know what I wrap it up. I was wrong. Our actually. Are Your skate sharpening. Always Wrong It's a mighty deserve to be steph now. No it's okay. How can we buy a town? Yeah so Buford. Wyoming was bought by a Vietnamese businessman named Stan Wen But the people who live there removed they were just contract to run the store there and sell his premium copy contact him. You bought it for nine hundred thousand dollars on like twelve but nothing's something's going on there and made an offer you could buy the whole town entities and make your little. Dan Let me talk show with Stugatz or lower town Wyoming. How much you think they'll take because 'cause I don't have nine hundred thousand dollars you're going to be taken a bit of a bath on this? If we're getting into the game Mt Damn it. I mean I don't know you probably GonNa try and charge it. Cause is you know property increases over time. If there's not much going on there so that you could offer the same amount. Keep going the main thing. Is You have to run a business there to keep them working otherwise you just by the amenities in just jealous and you know that this town is for sale or you just assuming the town will be for sale. The towns currently owned by the guy. He's just nothing's going on there the residency contract that there to run this work to live their last. They couldn't come to agreement on an extension so it's just sitting there so I mean the whole reason this guy I'm seeing. Ah got bought. No I'm just seeing. There's a sign that says population one eight thousand so now the population according to zero technically the population zero everything. I've read as of two thousand seventeen. The population has zero and actually technically the population was two up until two thousand. The seventeen euro The athlete the famous science. Like the you know smallest town in America and kind of touristy spot because of that it's also says eight thousand it's the highest point of the transcontinental railroad and that's one of the original towns across the railroad across the US. Is there a train station. Negative now actually no like not even lamb me the transcontinental actually goes through Larry. But there's no train stations here there used to be Historical place and you can do like events and weddings and stuff. They if they don't stop passenger service here Greg what would you name your city. Kodia zero t thought. No I mean I one of my recurring dreams. As to buy a small island I would name the Isle of Cody. The aisles cody would you. It'd be interesting. That's the thing residents pronounce the No. There's only a population of one at Beaufort or there was another zero so short the training period at thank you. Have you ever been Wyoming. Greg I have not no I I really haven't One of the few states that I really. Which states have you been to been to most of them? Let's not do this. I have been to hold on either Dakota hold on hold on a second hold. Thank you for the call Hans. We're going to close this loop all right so you want you really want Greg Cody to do the list of safety. Yeah hold on bringing up the list. We're good here all right Gregg. So let's just go through through this quickly together Alabama. Okay well the first thing we have this Around does it count if I'm driving through a state without ever stopping. That's a really good question Russia because I had a time period in my life where I was doing that where I drive like I went on a trip of the northeast on a school trip and we cut through Connecticut Rhode Island and we went down. But we didn't get out in those places but I still got magnets of those places as though I had been there but was I really there because I didn't get out since then. I've been to Connecticut a couple all times but yeah okay so so we'll count for the sake of this. Conversation will count states. You've driven through states. You've been okay and I'm going to be quick about this all right. You'll Obama Obama said. Okay Alaska yes Arizona yes California yes Colorado Yes Connecticut yes Delaware yes Florida obviously way to say yes. Yes Georgia yes Hawaii. Oh no I have never been to Hawaii how you seem like a Hawaii guy to me. My Wife's not enchanted by Hawaii. How come I don't know it's You know we're not beach people really and I think we have this conceptually for your crews person. We are not a beach person. I think I'll go to Hawaii. We should have a trip to Hawaii down a little pricey. You know you'll live wants. You can't take the money with you right. Greg is a why I know yes so far. All right all right. Let's just keep moving Idaho. No okay. Illinois Indiana.
"joon" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Code Orange and I immediately looked up. The shoes bought them. Because I think they're like really nice. Shoes are those issues that you were like. What what are these? Yeah but it was also like to get dolphin fans excited because it was dolphin colors but it's F. Y. W. U. S. nine seven which is just a classic name grabbing their kids. All right what do you say that We closed some phone calls here. Hefei you're on the Air Dima low brow what's going on issue heff anything again through here on the local hour appreciate it man. I actually have a topic that I've I've been sitting on since like the New Year. I think I think it's a good one for you. Guys starts with a question right. How many hotdogs do you think that you eat a year? Man One would probably be high only one year I was going with. That was going to say. I don't eat a lot of hot dogs and I I would say like six year Roy I know it's been a while since I had a hot dog. I'll probably say maybe three three year. Yeah I won't go out of my way to eat the hotdog if I'm at a barbecue and my last option being reeled keep in mind. We're talking about a hotdog. We're not talking about a sausage sandwich like a brighter right. Hey Bridget talking about that. We're not talking about hamburgers hotdogs. That's completely talking talking about dogs. Hot Dog on average less than one I was GONNA say around a half a dozen as well but every time I have one. I'm like you to rate went on. I have more. I don't eat dogs more. I have a question for you. Select as a foot foot. Long hot dog cart is too hot. Dogs Nah I think like one dog counts as a dog like it doesn't matter but I was the reason why I ask is because so my buddy he. He was curious last year. Like how many hotdogs do you think people inferior right and googled it and according to the national hotdog counsel which is actually a thing and this is like a outlandish number. It says people eat in America. An average of seventy hotdogs per yeah absolutely ridiculous. That's the hotdog. Talk Council trying to pat themselves on their own bad like people really care about us. It's like no anything. I'm I'm trying to picture. A meeting of the national hotdog counts. Yeah like a real serious thing where they have like a sergeant at our. I imagine that they you know I'd like some Dunkin donuts. They have like a little conference room that you can get for five fifteen dollars an hour. I imagine they've never been to a dengue and Dunkin donuts. Conference can refer you in Broward that you walk into and there's just a little conference room there and it says on like a little sign fifteen bucks an hour if you just want to have a meeting there really. I've never seen that all the thing and I'm I'm imagining that. Once a month they go to a local dunkin' donuts and they pay fifteen bucks an hour and they have their meeting there. And what do you picture. Picture the agenda being at a typical national council meeting. How can we lie to America and say that they eat? People eat seventy hotdogs year gallon. They're done say one and a half hotdogs a week. Yeah it's it's a lot and so where I'm going with. It is that my buddies. He found this out in January of last year. That you know apparently apparently according to this you know BS Council they'd seventy a year trying to chop detractors. Dogs he decided to yeah so he challenged himself to actually do it. So this guy. He ate as many dogs as he could and he posted every single one on his instagram. Like the number one number two number three right so the guy got all the way up to hotdog number sixty nine and he showed up to my New Year's Eve party with a hot dog wrapped in foil in the pocket of his shirt. Apply then during the countdown at ten nine takes his hot dog out of his pocket and just crushes. It needs to seventieth hotdogs well at eleven fifty nine and on New Year's Eve did he finish it before the countdown because that can only sixty nine if he didn't finish it he did no no it was before the countdown he got. He got it in but I thought I thought it was amazing that he had like the the perseverance. The muscle through seventy dogs in a year and the fact that it was impossible on nearly impossible for him to do it like up until the buzzer makes. Let me think what you guys think that like the national hotdog counselor or just a bunch of phonies. When did he number sixty nine? ooh I think it was. I think it might have been the morning. On New Year's Eve I think he was like cramming like come. Yeah Yeah yeah he he crams and this guy like trains. He's like he's in good shape so like for him. Eating seventy hotdogs was just like there was a mission and I recommended him like to kill the Bun. Because I feel like if you're going unless you can crush like way more hot dogs than if you were doing it with the bunny itself but also I feel like maybe like Joey. Chestnut numbers are like padded into this twenty bill south through gotTa be inflated. That's an excellent point sir. Yeah Yeah I wonder. What's like the the national average when you remove competitive eaters? Anything else on your mind have had one more small thing so I listened to the show like regularly and like most people probably do I kinda blues clues it so where like you guys say something and respond. Even though I know you guys hear me So the other day you guys are talking about like how little kids like to watch other people play video games right and you were talking about how you didn't understand it and honestly I don't really either but the the best point that I've heard about why they do that. Came from my former bosses conwright. So he asked us the the boss asked her son like dude. Why do you like to watch other people the video games? Wouldn't you rather play yourself and the kid says you like watching people play football. Wouldn't you rather play yourself. And when he said that I was just like damn like to these these kids. It's the same thing. It's just US watching sports. The whole point wealth. He sounds very disrespectful snapping. I the smart mouth all right thank you so much. You're always welcome over here. We move on now to someone. I felt really bad because he he's been trying to call all week and and I accidentally hung up on him when he got through a promise to not hang up on you now Erin. I know I'm very tempted. Just because of the setup Aaron from Memphis you're on the air it's not really a he elo you could just hang up. What does that mean no way of saying? Hello Okay I get it Red But yellow. Oh I got it I like it I apologize. Sorry here and his name. Your Okay Okay Erin. Did you go to the front street belly. No I haven't had a chance to yet however I had a gun message me on twitter and say his funny owns it so is he embarrassed. The the nation's only Deli that's modeled after the firm. I don't know I didn't really get into big along with him. Let's get into your big life album all right so guys not team is in the Conference Conference Finals Conference Championship game for the first time. Since I was seven right and I have to go to Houston Houston this weekend and it just so happened. My return flight from Houston is kickoff. So I don't know what I'm supposed to do here Greg. Do you want to help him out. Well why are you going to Houston My wife is from Houston and her mother is throwing a baby shower this weekend. End and so congratulations. Yeah Yeah I would. I would take a later flight back and watch the game in the. What if the game goes over time? It look how long the national title game the these Games go long There's no earlier option. Like maybe even like an hour earlier so you can catch the tail end of the game which is probably the most important part no because the problem is if I wanted to change it I had to pay for a whole new one way ticket. which at this point like four hundred and fifty bucks? Yeah don't do that because you guys are GonNa lose anyway so you know what I'm saying Elise and that's why I always think about this whole thing you're in real pickle pickle here quandary. Wait what time is the tighten. The the flight back is what time to. Oh Jeez how long. There's a flight I got our thirty. What airline is it? Changing these united headline always a very small plane. You GotTa Jet Blue It. Can you buy Wi fi and walking online. I tried in the past. But it's always the Wifi is always like not even not enough to even for me to streamline Netflix much. Life live TV it it sounds like the solution extra money. Why don't you just said it to record and then when you get home kind of like try to avoid the scores? I know you won't be able to because I'm I'm like you like if sports are the hardest thing to do that with because you can't really avoid the score of a game that you're interested in knowing that it's happening live especially a game. This is big so I'd tell you to record and just go home and then watch it like an hour and a half later. Whatever you're gonNA check your phone and know what's going on and you're not gonna WanNa Watch it especially if it's bad or are you can have the mom and law Change the date of the baby shower. ooh But I've already paid for the tickets to go down down. They're going down there either way and there's invites and the whole thing. Did you get pregnant at this. Time really is on you. Yeah yeah no it is my fault. I suppose. Suppose I could have been more optimistic and thought about The fact that the titans could still be playing but I mean you really the one ultimately responsible for this whole situation on the sex by the way thank Hugh I appreciate it all right thanks. Tanning people still Aaron the People Call Them Ryan Titan Hill. I wonder.
"joon" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"So I really want to limit the Miami hurricanes talk yesterday. We spoke about how the expectation was that Alonzo. Highsmith was going to take this job. Because that's what a lot of sources close to the program saying but there was a weird bizarre a holding pattern pattern after a meeting in which it kind of went. Well then. I guess it was sort of dialogue and then yesterday in the afternoon Blake James. Oddly does the the screen cap of a notepad. Everyone's doing screen grabs it. Was it was weird of a of a note that he could just tweeted. People do that about about how he how he and Alonzo's spoke about the The the position that Lonzo was up for which had all sorts of ambiguity surrounding it. No one really knew if this position actually had any sort of power and if that power sort of would trigger clauses houses in contracts have Blake James D as that would prevent things like this from happening keen. Gets all excited because I want someone that cares for the program. Graham in the way that Alonzo Highsmith does firing for the program. If you don't mind me asking there's billy it's really hard to answer because stand unlike the excitement because you know a name from the past that you like would be coming here. But how exactly would this mean that. You're going to be better so he'd be like basically a c CEO over the football program and the the notion is and you're absolutely right to question if if it would make you better. Not but I don't WanNA POO POO it. I'm just like I'll on legitimately like curious perspective. The Fan's perspective is that Blake James and the administration. Just don't get the football program. Obviously it's right now. Now it's worth a after. They won their first national title. This is without a doubt the worst stretch of the University of Miami's football program and there. It doesn't really seem to be any signs of improvement. And no real faith that the people in place can turn it around. So naturally fans hearken back to glory days Alonzo Highsmith a big part of those glory. Days and Alonzo. Highsmith actually has a background in personnel I he's still technically a part of the Cleveland browns. Although that's probably leave blown up for him with John Dorsey being on in a whole new front office being put in place that he wanted to be down here badly if you follow since it's following the theme of twitter accounts that belonged to relatives. Aj highsmith who played for the University of Miami Lonzo son says that there was never an offer from from the University of Miami and he's obviously very disappointed how they handled this and the the gist that I get from talking to people and just from reading this story is is Blake James and many D.. As would be fine with this to a certain point. And that point is actually giving Alonzo highsmith power. Like it's cool Wolf Alonzo. Highsmith wants to be in the room voices opinions but if you want to give him any sort of power and it's it's just it's just a half-measure right you're letting Blake James James Sort of craft. What this position would be? When many people's issue with the program is Blake James? Yeah I can't believe that they would give manny in his Co. because it's language in his contract that the right to not bring in like manner has not earned. He's not Jimmy Johnson. He's not you know. And he doesn't have the pedigree of a coach that that comes in and it's like no you can't bring it anyone over me. I think it's pretty standard and it's a good job by the age is like wait. I agreed to work with James. My deal is with Blake James. And now you're telling telling me that I need a report to somebody like look. It happened to people like regular jobs where you think someone's your manager and then changes in the entire structure changes. I get all that. That's not necessarily fair. But coaches contracts there seems to be a template for and maybe this is a part of that template. I'd so he's not coming. Basically not come when that deal is dead right as we finally seen Blake James go public before there was a report said it was dead and then it was back on and then it was looking likely. And here's here's what's going on with. A bunch of people are lying and we don't really know the exact truth is what this job even was We we know what they hoped and intended to be because this was basically a half measure that was forced upon the school to to attempt because very powerful boosters serves are sick and tired of what is going on with the University of Miami. That Concludes University Miami. Talk Well One more note. Dear King Dare King. I think it's it's just D- The apostrophe Eric King Derek King Houston Cougar quarterback. That bizarrely like I. It seemed like the Houston cougars. Were taking last season which doesn't really work in college football. I'm not really sure why they wanted to keep their best players on redshirt with new coach. Dana Hoeger Sohn and Derek king sat sat out last year. He has entered the transfer portal. He is a very good quarterback responsible for fifty touchdowns the last season that he played that or worse than tape mortell in terms of tale was a five star which was Lorenzo Lindgaard. Not not the best of luck with the five stars but dared Eric King actually has on field success. You can point to. He was an electric quarterback. He's taking a visit this weekend. rumors are that the Miami hurricanes wanted totally changed at quarterback room especially with the new spread offense. Wouldn't you want at this point like last year. The transfer portal was fine because manny didn't get like a full season of recruiting but wouldn't wouldn't you want to like not have to rely on the transfer Puerto as much moving forward and just rely on Manny's recruiting and bringing in his eyes as opposed to like. Yeah but you're relying on getting disgruntled players from other teams. I was talking to someone Affiliated with a coaching staff on a college football team and and they say that they don't like the transfer portal at all because it's sort of ruined football because now you have now can just be compound me like I'm out of here. Not just that but you have players being tampered with US loosely. Because it's not like the NBA tampering. I'd tell that coach to calm down because I'm sure that coach's team has also also benefited but they're learning on the fly now because they have to evolve because the game now is you see this play over there might be disgruntled. He might not be getting the playing meantime go reach out to his high school coach. Yeah go talked with high school coach and let's see if we can get them over here so you have players being pulled away from their program and these are like when the NBA is happening. Usually these are like twenty three twenty four year old professionals that are making decisions with their team. You're reaching out to eighteen. Nineteen Year olds that that are obviously upset that they're not playing because they think they should be playing right away and it's just it's not going to stop because you looked at the national title game and the College Outs Football playoff. It was a story of all the transfer Portal quarterbacks. All these transfer quarterbacks show borough transfer quarterback he although he's old enough that he was different graduate. You Know Joe Borough was just like a was he a graduate transfer and he had a really from an from Ohio state and three years. Yeah it's just rare to see somebody play Klay two years after graduating but he was a transfer quarterback and justin fields was a transfer portal quarterback. Trevor Lawrence was obviously recruited by Clemson and started right away way But tool was threatening a transfer as well so yeah. It's it's just the reality of college. Football is now and mentioned that quarterback that could potentially come here and a transfer portal. I'm not sure why he would write why you mentioned he's electric. I imagine it's difficult to to tackle an electric quarterback Lord The Roy and I read the Panther's game last night now. I have some beef with Roy because we weren't together reef Roy Roy. Why don't you hang out with me? I feel like.
"joon" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Crispy chicken strips crispy just got crispy all right. We're joined now by June Lee. Who here and he's like a responsible reasonable person? He's a journalist and everything were not. I'm not gonNA say the word not but you did you guys also see yesterday before we get to June second and June. You can kinda join in on this to now Mike. Fires is no lie being made out to be a hero like people are saying Mike. Fires is a hero. I feel like that's a bit strong. June do yeah I mean I mean here's the thing that I think is kind of interesting about the whole Mike. Fires thing that like at the end of the day he also benefited benefitting off of this. He also won the world series and at the end of the day. It's a it's a great things that He spoke up all these things. Come up but I think there are or some players are skeptical because at the has a world series rex. I feel like we didn't really view Jose Canseco as a hero at the time. That's really good point. I mean kids. They'd go is You know he had his reputation on top. Just everything that happened with With steroid era too. So what the Hell's going on with baseball like why is it wrong of me to be having so much fun with what's going on because this shouldn't like this isn't a good thing for the game. I mean I guess it's good if they're cleaning it up like this is clearly an embarrassing saga for Major League Baseball. But it's so fun to follow. Yeah I've been personally personally. Contemplating a lot is that you know the last time the baseball had a scandal. There's big was obviously the steroid era and the last time. There was a large national personal narrative where people cared about baseball people beyond you know hardcore baseball fans. We're really talking about the sport Was the steroid era. And so like at the end of the day the the the the scandal is getting people talking about baseball. And so in that way. It's kind of a good thing even though it is. He's extremely embarrassing for not. Just the League You know the Astros the Red Sox now Carlos Beltran in the mets a little bit But you know people were talking about the sport and people talking about it. I take like nobody talks about you. Know what he's talking about baseball and I take in such a long time And go to see all that happening is it's it's a very weird You know dichotomy between like how everything is but also. Is it kind of for the sport for everyone to be talking about this. What what am I supposed to believe in Iowa? I'll trust your judgment on this because you're a journalist as far as all these screengrabs on twitter you know Scott Roche Aside Carlos Beltran's niece uh. I think the niece has been put that that that was fake. So I think I'm not believing that but Scott Brosius thing. What are you believing of all these screengrabs? Were seen the main from always Sony of Charlie with the conspiracy board like that's basically what twitter turned into yesterday. There were so many different reports people were tweeting out different videos. Different screen shots. People thought that Confetti on rettig shoulder was a Buzzer And his wife responded and then people would went and dig up another thing and founded video. Tim Picking off the Confetti. There were so many different weird rumors going around You know the thing that you know rob Manfred went on the record with sports illustrated and Tom Ritchie right at the buzzer war to say so. There's either be to results of that. Is You know if if people find even more evidence that there actually are buzzers There's going to be some sort of consequence consequence Manfred for going on the record and there wasn't especially given that they're you know how big the scandal has gone But you know I. It was so funny facing You know just folks immediately kind of jump onto The Carlos Beltran these things. 'cause I I wrote a story today is going up today on. ESPN DOT COM about how this the scandal has unfolded online. And how it's kind of become the most twenty-first-century baseball scandal possible. You know like all. The evidence has kind of unfolded on twitter. The initial report obviously came from the athletic. But then you had john boy tweet out that video of all the bangs and you know from there. We've seen all these kind of video slowly slowly leak out and You know over the core of all that time not all of the evidence and not all of the rumors that were Kinda floating around been true And so it's it's been weird interesting to kind of take a step back and see that you know there's been a lot of there is some this information out there and You know when people are finding out you know rumors on twitter It's very easy to kind of latch onto them because they fit your narrative or they fit the the result that you want Out of this entire situation I have two questions here number one. You mentioned the The Video John boy put out and it's it's fairly incriminating when you're watching it you're you're like yeah. They could absolutely help banging on the trash cans letting somebody know. No what sort of pitches coming but I find it weird that we're drawing the line at buzzers were like well. That's that's even that's even way worse. Wanted essentially is more sophisticated indicated version of what they were already doing. Why is that? I think it's because it's less obvious because it's hit onto the Jersey and it's not something that you can hear on a video where you can hear the being of the trash can because it's like slightly more subtle but again like everyone's just using technology in the situation to get I didn't advantage and You know I I I tend to find kind of litigation of what kind of crosses the line in that regard to be a little tiring Because at the end of the day I feel like it's kind of a gut thing you know like you know when it's bad and you step over the line and you should just know that giving kind of the parameters the sport give them the culture and you know. Hopefully what you care about what you're piercing. What sort of looking into have you done? In regards to statistics that might actually quantify the advantages. The Astros got I mean. It's kind of hard to quantify it because you know there's so many games are so there's so many pitches over the course of the season and so it's really hard to kind of pinpoint how effective science dealing isn't kind of raising using you know the team's ability to win because at the end of the day even if you know that occur. Ball's coming so she'll have to hit the curve ball and you still have to react to it because you know if you go back and look kind of at the clips of of the banging You know you see you see guys obviously kind of lean back a little bit more when they know breaking ball. Well it's coming but they're still not that much time to be able to react to the bank and the pitch coming and so that's kind of thing that I think is kind of a a an interesting place an interesting gray area. 'cause at the other day you still have to hit the baseball. Do you believe 'cause you you wrote a piece on how the Internet is kind of affected the story or do you believe if it wasn't for the Internet and the video specifically because the fires thing came out on the athletic so I mean it's online but it you know it's it's classic journalism if if the video hadn't come out of the banging to substantiate those claims by fires do you think that this would have been a thing like if the article with fires would have been and the only thing that came out without video of people kind of sleuthing and finding it substantiating it to you believe that the story would have been what it was. Well I I would say they know because I you know I heard from multiple leak sources that you know at Applebee's office about how all the onslaught of video evidence that came out of this. You know people just kind of going through Komo TV archives and trying to find this and You know I it. Basically helped shape the investigation and and it helps and we'll be investigators kind of piece together all of this video. CEO and they kind of crowd source a lot of it. They were able to kind of find places. Now where they want to look into more you know the Buzzer. Rumor initially came out on twitter Months ago when you know they looked into them and Memphis went on the record and set. That wasn't a thing but You know because of the video there was so much evidence and it it helps fuel kind of this no people talking about. NBA Twitter all the time and and baseball twitter's definitely less active than an MBA. Twitter is. But I haven't seen a story ever sure I think that Kinda set fire to the baseball world that in the way that this did online because now you have players coming out and publicly tweeting their opinions about a up about what they thought about this this story and kind of put a lot of public pressure on. MLB through to really get it right and so it was kind of like avalanche effect where you had the initial video from John out out. And then you have more and more evidence kind of drip out of course the next couple of days you know those screen shots from a world series documentary of the alleged monitor trash can video. Oh setup all of that stuff slowly slowly leaked out and you know from the players. tweeting out their opinions about it. And you know re tweeting these these small pieces of video video evidence and really fueled and helped propel the narrative and and got people to really notice and be like. Oh all these baseball players really really really seem to care air about what happened here. Maybe we should pay attention to it a little bit more and I think it you know at the end of the day all that video out there on the Internet really really kind of push push the investigation into a A more forceful direction. Why do you think this story was so largely fan driven like if the information in his out there and there's journalists that are kind of in the locker room every day? I don't WanNa like be damning the journalist but why is it that it took fans to find in the video and put the video online for the story to really catch on like why did no one if they kind of knew something may have been going on. Why did no one run with this? So so you I give credit to obviously Ken Rosenthal. Evan Drellich for breaking the story in the first place and they've been totally on top of all this stuff from the beginning but I think you know.
"joon" Discussed on The Frame
"Parasite is a dart but often funny Korean drama about two families one rich one poor and the very bad things that happen when they come together the movie was Co written and directed by Bong Jun home he also made snow piercer and Okra Oke with the filmmaker outdoors at the telluride film festival. Where movie goers were lining up for the North American premiere of Parasite Bond joon-ho was with his translator Sharon Choy and as we watch people enter the theater I was curious if he ever goes to see his films with the General Public Hungary's on Bolton in Colorado so I actually did go to a theater in Korea once I wore a hat and I was very sneaky about it and I watched the film amongst the audience and it was a very fun experience I got to see their responses immediately and I felt of sense of pleasure from it that's K. O. Pick on get counted does and I also felt this compulsion to almost spoil the story for the audience sitting next to me as well I wanna ask you about parasite because my understanding is you originally wrote it for theatre and not for film is that right coup that young here's why it's so it wasn't as if I wrote the script for theater production per se I originally came up with the idea toying with how it would you to put two houses on stage and that was how the idea began but I quickly realized that film is the right medium for me and so from the very first gaining I wrote the script for this green so when you say two houses on top of each other kind of upstairs downstairs does that mean the idea for this movie so you visually I that maybe the rich family is up here in the poor families down there and then you fill in the store do you see it first before you start to write it he's not gone directly joy so because I'm a writer and director even from the script writing stage I already had all the structures of the space nine there were already redesigned as I was writing the script and for Snow Piercer the class was divided with the tail cars in the front cars and with this film I wanted align different classes vertically I'll just jump in here in his two thousand thirteen film Snow Piercer Bong Jun Ho created this to stoep on a train where the haves and the have nots are clearly separated by the front and back of the train and at one point a character played by Tilda swinton visits unruly class in the back and lays down the law of the Holes Bach throws we've us all this train of life remain in our allotted station we must each use occupying our preordained particularly Asian in parasite the divisions are defined not by train cars but by real estate how nice your home is and in Korea or not your place has a basement Kyonggi of Jesse Beagle Cutoff determined to curry compared to I'm homes in the state it's basements are very rare and I think basements provide a lot of layers that you can't always predict I think when poor people look at rich people you always get a sense that we don't know everything about the rich for poor families everything seems to be exposed but there's this lack of information that feel regarding rich people you always feel like their secrets and layers to them that we can never discover when you have an idea in your mind of what the places is there living in look like and then you go to find those places it can sometimes be difficult to house that a lot of this story unfolds in is an amazing piece of architecture and it's also separated from the rest of the world just by a door that there is this kind of rich person's Utopia on one side and the ordinary world right behind how important was it for you to find the right house because the house is almost its own character in this she vs seung-yong Kitty Toboso to keep you as you said the houses are very important characters in the film in particular the Rich House most sixty none of the story happens in that house so we actually built the houses we knew from the beginning that it would be impossible to find the locations so with the Jason Designer we've built the houses onset even the whole neighborhood the town is this build and also Oku Guava and also doors and staircases are very important elements in the film the sort of new world and you layer it opens up when you open a door and the meaning behind going up and down the stairs it's very significant for this film and so we discussed a lot about doors and stairs as with the production designer and the cinematographer we're talking with Rector Bon John Hoult about his new film parasite outdoors at the telluride film festival the poor fan family in parasite are pretending to be people that are not and part of the joke is they're better at doing those things then maybe the the people this rich family would hire in terms of tutoring in terms of driving they're better than people they would have ordinarily brought into their lives they're totally qualified Goku gratuities hustlers humble Chung hair that's a very sharp point because they are actually very properly normal and capable people they're smart and they're capable but despite that they still don't have jobs and I think that's the sad part about economic inequality all over the world these days it's not that are dumb and stupid that they don't have jobs and yet the kims the poor family understand the rich family in ways that maybe the rich family doesn't even understand that themselves they have a way to assimilate and ingratiate themselves with family that doesn't really work in the reverse direction right that they under yeah that's a very fascinating question it's a question that I wanted to hear I think for the rich family it's not that they can't understand it's more that they just don't really want to know the line about not crossing the line it's about someone not liking someone intruding that line but it's also about not wanting to look beyond Komo and you really get a sense of that in the film's climax it happens very fast and hectic but you really see them operating within the lines that they arbitrarily offer themselves even if something is like one inch beyond that line they treated us something that belongs to another universe and other world and I think that's intimately tied to the theme of this film when I think about parasite I think about the host I think about snow piercer about Oca- There are so many fantastical elements to all of those films and they're difficult to categorize and yet they all seem to be about real world issues they can be about consumption they can be the class struggle they can be about families do find a storyteller that sometimes the more extreme story becomes the more real it can play my effort is always to delve into the really mundane small daily issues that surround me but once I delve into those issues I find self ending up in a dark cave of capitalism and so it doesn't happen because I wanted to but I just end up dealing with those issues goal is always making funny movie your film Snow Piercer was a critical success in China and abroad but parasite was recently removed China's first film festival because of technical reasons how do you think about how your film and this film received in different countries even countries they may not a Chinese distributor who acquired the film and I think that they must have done it because they have certainty that it will be released in theaters but you just you can never predict the government or the Communist Party's decisions for China but I do hope that one day it can meet Chinese audiences parasite became the first Korean film to win the Palm Door at the Cannes Film Festival what does that mean to the film what does that mean to you and what does that mean to Korean cinema motorists I'm just aniversary of Korean cinema and a lot of people discuss this award as a historical gift to celebrate it and I think it was an incredible full coincidental amazing gift but I do think that Korea should have received this award earlier there have been a lot of amazing Korean film directors like Kim Jong who directed the house made and I think relatively compared to Japan and China Korean films were spread to the Western world a little bit late and of course personally I consider this award a huge honor but I try my best to work so that before and after this award Roy and Bon John Hoult thank you so much for coming on the show thank you thank you and you can see the site in theaters starting this Friday October eleventh.
"joon" Discussed on The Frame
"KPCC it's the frame. I'm John Horn on today's show why comedy Control South Park has pretty much vanished in China then the movie parasite mayor won the top prize at the Cannes Film Festival but when I visited with director ways to your time and Nellie MCI brings her quirky music to the stage in a new word from filmmaker Ethan Cohen all that I mean abundance comedy central South Park is no stranger to controversy over the shows almost three hundred episodes creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have taken on everything from scientology to the war in Iraq now the show has a new critic China the latest South Park episode titled Banned in China Takes on among other things how Hollywood panders to the massive sneeze entertainment market here's a cut from the episode that gets right to the point I can't do it anymore you guys I can't even think the Chinese government censoring everything I write no there's not going to be a bio pic movie for us it's so wrong you know I mean we live in a time where the only movies that it's American kids go see are ones that are approved by China yeah like China's the new MPAA Ryan Parker wrote about the controversy for the Hollywood reporter and he tells me how the Chinese government has reacted so far from everything that we can he from our correspondent it looks like South Park has been pretty much banned in the country and all references to sell park had been scrubbed from any online sites basically from everything we know if you search for South Park your not going to get any information and apparently all the streaming services have also seized is carrying any of the episodes in any of the clip so it's almost as though South Park all of a sudden doesn't exist I wanNA play a little cut from the episode here this is a scene in which may have caught the eye of some Chinese censors in this bit a very angry Mickey Mouse who might also be Disney head Bob Iger is chastising in a room full of Disney and marvel characters decided to go and start Chinese and I just say anything critical of Chinese politics will it is true so the Chinese seem to exploit their own people forced labor so I would say there's a fair amount in the band in China episode that Chinese answer could be a little bit angry about if you were to kind of pick a couple of examples what would you cite well I think that the when he the Pu reference definitely did not go over well I think that's been well reported that that's a huge issue there and then the the the way in which the the work camps were portrayed were in the Horton conditions that the those in prison there had to go through and was also probably Inaugu over well Yeah Winnie the Pooh I think in some circles has been compared to the appearance of President Gee and the Poo essentially vanished from a lot of sense social media sites in China is that right that sure seems to be the case from everything that I've seen reported and that apparently is what Matt and Trey the creators of South Park thought to and that's one of the reasons why randy when he gets put into a work camp runs into Winnie the Pooh and piglet and they explain exactly what's happening in the news which is the first time that Matt and Trey Have you South Park and real world events in news and worked it into the story line so you know they're getting their laughs but they're also a few things that maybe some folks aren't aware of listen guys we just got word back from the Chinese censors they don't want US mentioning organ transplants how come well they've been accused of harvesting organs from look it doesn't matter they they said no to the Oregon stuff oh and no homosexuality either there's this great phrase in the law it's a Latin phrase called ray so low quarter which means the facts speak for themselves and I have to say the fact that Chinese censors are blocking South Park pretty much validates the whole point of the episode doesn't it it would sure appear to be that way I think the mantra were definitely making a point sir numerous points rather when they did this episode both about how Hollywood and studios tailor their art to fit the Chinese censors so that they can obviously make money there but also the horn conditions that the work camps in China or what people who were in those camps in China the horrid conditions that they have to go through there've been a couple of run INS with China recently one is the NBA and the NBA has apologized because of what it called an inappropriate comment and by the general manager of the Houston Rockets who sent out a tweet and support of Hong Kong's Democracy Movement Matt and Trey have come out with a slight he different statement what did they say in response to the controversy well they went right for it which they usually tend to lean and they said light quote like the NBA welcome the Chinese censors into our homes into our hearts and part and basically what they were saying this full apology is that money and money is more important than freedom democracy so they definitely were leaning in and taking a shot with this fo apology and I I can't imagine this'll be the last we hear of it I wouldn't be surprised if there was something in this week's episode I don't know necessarily but I certainly wouldn't be surprised if this is the last we hear of it from them and South Park obviously has not shied away from controversy in the past does this feel like it's part of the show's ethos that they're always going after people that they think need to be criticized I don't know if I'd say say it like that like they're going out of their way to do it I think that Matt and Trey are hyper aware of numerous issues that are going on in the news in the world and they use their show as a way to address something that's on their mind I don't think that they plan early on these storylines becoming such huge news. I can't imagine that they sat around thinking Oh this one story will make huge headlines they did it because clearly something about it bothered them and because they did it and it seeing an and it rang true or however rang to people it's become a huge talking point now but I can't imagine that they sat around wanting to do the story just to make the news yeah but they did succeed and it is incredibly topical and we also have to acknowledge that it's also darkly Funny Ryan Parker is a senior staff writer at the Hollywood report Ryan thanks so much for coming on the show thank you it was a pleasure.