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"jordi" Discussed on Epicenter

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04:52 min | 8 months ago

"jordi" Discussed on Epicenter

"I mean basically the with robin hood group and the whitehead hackers and giveth and so on. So i mean currently you're working on technology that makes the blockchain more performance 'em but on a societal skated. What do you hope will come out of this so basically if you if you look at blockchain say in five to ten years and in what metric will humanity better off because of blockchain. Look at the end they hold up the people get out of the communities. They belong to the So here he is Empowering people that means that you are bhargava society though you were bored you'll you will die and youth exactly what you're doing here this world but you know that you are surrounded the other humans that are lasts saying that you You're trying to do the best thing for all of us so at the end you artists building communities join us trying to. It's a way. Get at half more. We were happy at this is what life about the think of blockchain is that these should allows you to be part of the community of the community that you want to be in the community. Should be half an appeals to the community. you should have You should be barred. That means that you should work for the community. You should these white governments for example is something that's important but you know it just gordon's but also organize eagle distributing if you want distributing the scusi resources some way. This one is about the way that book and sarah about So what this is. What blockchain's These technology can help if you see if you see the award right now just thinking how many days many conflicts are now in the world because a lack of Trust in the central thought these places in places where there were three wars reno or countries that you know let me put it example. Here is just benefit aids democratic katrina. The people just wants to be they would be authorities yesterday dental sheep and i am you know the reason. The reason central party. That's organizing some Elections nobody know if this is corrupt. Trust you mentioned that you can just overnight voting system. It can just real of you understand how it works will solve a lot of things Right knowing that hopefully this is just an example. There are many conflicts. Many things in the be that can be solved. Just by the having to Sin throw a central fourteen and these these. What's the blockchain. So this is what the what the blockchain we ought to the society. Of course blockchain technologies nothing off For these formation of society it will happen you know that it requires some social transformation. Okay but definitely The blockchain can be the technology that three years these change in society. For sure thank you. So where can people go to find out more about. Hamas hedonist audio mission there right now. He's bullying slasher best. Thiam both both ways ward so just go. There are ready group. We have delegated brutal force to. They're also there. I figured just zero delude. Does this that. We've ziv just with this to find us could. It's been a pleasure to have you on. I want it to do this ever since you gave that radius punishing talk at sec which will also linked to in the show notes. So if you're interested in the maths behind this go check out that talk. It was fantastic. Thank you so much for coming on. Okay thank you what he wished you. Thank you for joining us on this week's episode. We released every week. You can find subscribe to the show on.

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"jordi" Discussed on Epicenter

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10:01 min | 8 months ago

"jordi" Discussed on Epicenter

"And this is that that this is why thing is would merch Very good feed in winning. The management teams are pretty good They're the for me. It's very exciting to be. This woman just bought a of this polygon mission so we just say that the one we had. So it's it's very excited. We'll see you know these danny's we'll see in the next move and years and see how things evolve but i think it's very good. I think it's a very good thing. Doug we can work together. I mean the the pentagon network obviously is used quite heavily. Currently i see that there are different parts here. That kind of where. Maybe it's not clear how they will get how they would act together in in the end. But do you have an idea of architecturally how it will wax waist-deep will you will on resort to the hamas. Ck roll up mother of. It's just not as clear yet on but you know At the end is what they told you before. Just bring this technology mainstream on being this technology name saying being these technology mean bring this technology. We thought the volumes does need this technology ads if you have to do some concession at some point in portland that We end stand with which position we are bleeding in in in each on on these these These so For legal will use that technology. That's finally one at each point to to to half the most option and they can to try to keep the volume of the centralization as much as they can. This is so if it if it if this is the hermit technology. That's great but if not somebody else technology because he's better It's going to be great though. So there's two to bring these two. What it's it's important that there are that we have a lot of companies that are developing film that are thinking about blockchain that is thinking about this until addition and remember that a in the during the two thousand seventeen. Two thousand eighteen southbound seventeen. There was a lot if you if you check. A video is so law of different applications. A lot of different people just building Seeks of wfin him. And i remember that a lot of those initiative. A lot of those brush acts. They just stopped their business some way because they couldn't afford just the kayla the so they couldn't afford the they couldn't afford the paint megaza middlesex. Just we use some insurance application just bake for jews every thank you just hired insurance just paying fifty dollars. Just what makes no sense. But they are very interesting obligations and the just the mother of scaling. So it's important that these companies can you working continue evolving. Continue doing things On top of because when if video scales whichever way they're ready they're ready running there so somebody just earning timing ending timing in the future. But that's why those Site cheese even if the properties are not as good at thought they will not the ones that we wanna do We want they're doing their job. They're doing their their vision. Became even it's like it's not it doesn't but definitely not enough sometimes some middle thing you know. Just this is i. Think it's this side chains. You know it's important for that but you need to understand and it is probably the keyboard important thing you need to understand. What are the limitations of these Sage i completely understand so so let's talk about the roadmap and how this fits in with ethereal to surveys unity The current vision for the for Shotting as data avaliability shots which sounds wonderful. If if if you're in charge of ezekiel roll up. So tell us about when you plan to. I mean i know that these these estimates are always fraught and we've all been there but So when do you plan to go live with them. These decay vm. And how would that change and one. St availability shots become available. Let's say for your side. The engaged visit gabi is crises. More or less. It should be more or less a one year project. So maybe it's maybe we can. For example we are right. Nowhere experimenting a girl running a lot but you know there are some. Maybe there are some stitches that we late. So that's it's difficult to is the people to know exactly why but it's not it should be wrong a year. Okay so these should be Brady solely okay again. Things may happen is something. That's a lot of challenges are not fully is just give you. What in my mind. What should be okay. Hold these feeds we if idiom to cedo no we need to save for us the charlene is reporter rate now who i think they are working a lot with the merge with so a bravo charming is one that come gonna come. It's tough though you would want to see the stage. Two stage brno. The think of video to the zero is it. Oh i remember that night in the nineteen eighteen bus leclair. there was Everything that we talked about the city to the data was like the research was done at a lot of speaks even changing one from one site to the which is normal because when you are researching think changes go deep topic and then you you see that you can much better so you just go back in. But from offside these like would never had what you see for. We'll never have to the zero. This never will never happen. This is the feeling a lot of time we had at this point. I think that the dogs that the city to the zero is gonna happen. We'll bury we're talking. Is this take what year two years or three years but but is is is happening. it's Is the way to go. replace it the concept of these call it before execution invite of woods the week colleagues get up source overlaps. Of least if you want exactly the same but almost the same civil you know should video with all. These thing has been evolving. All the work of the shopping bonanza consensus making these all these you know obviously is coming together on the I think i think that at this boy. Nobody does that. Brought chain blockchain sankoh. Clearly film is gonna be a global scaling blockchain. Very if you'll in if you if you if you were if you talk to be maybe thousand eight team What the skinny solutions were state channels or even these side chains. Things was very except golan for me wasn't together but at this point in the buffy white gear this scale for sure and just a matter of disappointing matter of engineering. It's a matter of just putting the pieces together a building of course many supplemental goals and things. But it's there is more Fine-tuning building but this is the happen. Quit so maybe To conquer let me let me zoom right out so you've always been a person to think about what's right and what the right thing to do is right. I mean basically the with robin hood group and the whitehead hackers and giveth and so on. So i mean currently you're working.

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"jordi" Discussed on Epicenter

Epicenter

09:22 min | 8 months ago

"jordi" Discussed on Epicenter

"If this is volleyed dad Just recycle fails social throat. So it's like the the state doesn't cheech okay. So it's the bossy will to forge a new volley action in zero up on either. It's four ch one two three sections forge. It cannot be rolling back. It's finally. it's it's there. And this is the big difference between giving up mystique relative to mystique lobbying you know. A coordinator can can forge against hannity volleyed section there and raise these mechanisms to get a lot of you. Just senators like should be said this these cryptographic which is carbon expensive to compute. But the cool thing is that wants us to be there. You markle verifies your europe game you are. You are the. Let's see okay. So basically the west thing that the coordinated can do they can they can send to someone so basically the way that you currently combat that is by having users submit things by a car. Data right How does it currently wack while the other your Sensory because at the end the choose which will start at that. Miss can choose which researchers they glutted section state. Bill not include. But you know. They use their hearts away. The option to add to great layer one section forcing the coordinator to Execute that section so. it's so it cannot be censored came. Maybe you'll have to pay the gas of billy one and the ramp that through to run the neutral section but the you can not so the coordinator cannot censor you ican. The only thing that can do is done. Fortunately thing just the spot the network in some way but the this gaze through the day more that anybody at this stage anybody come for ch and great block fortunate so if everyone if everything is a stop you can always build beg would take what they to compute the proof in the but in in one day Turned section. so the next you. Have you have for sure that the next bite let sports either while you were there by somebody else. Your transaction is going to be a ticket so it at the end. It's impossible to be separating in the worst in the worst scenario can you get. You cannot be censoring quit. So a couple of months ago we had addicts from matter. Labs on so at a very high level. How would you correct rise. The difference between the ck roll up. That matt laps is working on end as can wrote up you guys said whacking on one verse foley. Just say that the monthly grow project and they're doing a very good job in the space. I'm not so in the in the case of the has the The the game yelm spark. I'm not one hundred percent. Sure of what. They're doing because they have not bullish too much yet so i cannot talk very much. Hold they are doing. They're following more of just compiling saudi to a more gays Settled golds which is Soup would buffalo addressing botham. It's just Here we just choose different bath. We just choose the path to try to probably parlor in in things but simple in the knowledge. Okay so he just different boffin and see We think we believe that are or baath. East it's the right one but we may be wrong. The with the but the dressing thing is that even leave some point. We just see that this is the wrong path. Just we may happen. We cannot always go to the other path. just say so it's like because we're implementing Near the end where implementing the same where educating programs in there so. Leave if at the end. It's very easy to say. Okay this let's forget. Forget about compatibility. Gillette just use less simply five. Pm to just run these these. Listen these restaurant. We can always do that. And and this is always action but we we. We've really believe that we can be very very compatible to the medium so so far. We've talked about skate. Ability a lot as obesity. The other thing that that knowledge in principle can do as it can afford your privacy rights. So i mean even even despite the fact that currently everything is kind of centered around advancing scaling. This also translated This also translate to better privacy down the road. Yes no thought before. The zito can be used for privacy on for For scuola okay. But they cannot be us at the same time for both okay. So if you want to have a privacy skimming you need to some sort of regressions so you need for example so you do like a kind of a novel gosh from some layer of a bracy. That's running inside the maybe the gay a both things at the same time you know. I know that for example think people is working in that direction. You may ask them or they are bleeding and so on they. Are you know they're doing very interesting people. But we focused at. This point is more for us having a video but running the gates skating skating if any once they're force if you scale the city hunters privacy maybe you can run inside the skull what we are trying to speed split the the problems trying to solve one specific bro- sure sure Had enough problem to solve so a couple of weeks ago. The news broke that hamas merged with polygon. The skating solution So basically if you look at method polygon they architecturally that built in different ways. Right so basically hamas very much inherits the security guarantees from me theory west. This current is not true for polygon. In a way it's it's a standalone nail one chain with periodic ethiopia commit So i haven't really found a lot about how the joint will look. Can you talk about this. Between and polygon there are things that are very complementary. That's why i think it would lurch but there are. We both share The team here on the beach is mainly that. We are not blinking here. This projects we end up here just to do some some some gotcha. Just play We want to bring these technology to rio. People want to scare. We want to go mainstream We want to grow disease. The disease the of a polygon. This is be shouldn't who said that We are we having working a lot in these The give ops a low in this technology illegal putting people of course accept that this is the right way to go Disease the so they they believe in the while they are doing things just to to try to get customer just to get people using that and they are of course many small the perfect solution the side chain but Let's say an enough solution for many projects on brought the best solution that you can hobby great now if you want to build the smart contracts and you're the one pay maybe are i huge amount fees and so on so the end thing both unease understand what we are doing what. What are we are. What are the grid technologies. That are widely old working to gather. A finger can go very far just to bring this technology to mainstream..

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"jordi" Discussed on Epicenter

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05:38 min | 8 months ago

"jordi" Discussed on Epicenter

"Though this is this is more for building the roof. So what is your need to build the proof but not anything you know. The proof is like the width. The within half maybe that number of abrasions. So if you exceed these operations than you just would not be able to build a proof that safe to say that you should be able to execute that action okay. So how how. How many nations actions fit in one proof we need to. We need to do the final numbers. What i will give. You is just like a i. I off but The way that we have like a dull So we have a growth sixteen or That's funny they think. Set of starks in egypt stark stark. We don't have these. just is not the final numbers but we to at least start to be able to process how familiar gas and we can the half. I would say really about one thousand stocks either single breath so these days maybe four of magnitude off a beautiful improve of magnitude of the but again this is really are the okay so in In your white paper and also on your on your own base you say that hamas very much focused on Trans fats so. Why do you say that because in principle if you have quotes you can run any any smart contract. Know what it's like okay. we will So what. We have a payments again. This is what's running. And is that maintenance again i would that docking know about does the gay as again. This is great yet. This is what we are working. Technically right now is leaving the next perishables some white so if you're talking about payments we are talking about what we have right now on. I give you full detail of what we have right now if we're talking about each putting his mark on tracks if you're talking about. Abm this is what we're building on. This is why. I'm telling you about the quantity of gas in the word habits. What payments we allow two thousand transfers a roof on you can't feed about fifteen fifty twenty proof per block if so these meant more or less of two thousand dollars per per but if you were using fully just run you could not do anything else with those numbers. But this if you scholarly did these towards of magnitude disconnect yield under a. Mainly mutation is more in but tells with wayne ability. So here are guava. It's just it can be you can you. Can you can be better threes marsh to do to improve Distinct so this is just like the first version of the game. Weekly slippers okay. And so basically. M. as a mechanism you use either graf sixteen plunk and as far as i know. Gross sixteen actually requires a trusted setup. Right yes and so. You do a ceremony. At some point we did the cervone ford specific a ceremony for vista equity. We have grade which then have to like another set up by this. This would say that girls sixteen Perfect in its like hassled that but that's just on these the best proving system. Everything is perfect except for these dresses. So if you did that if you if you can. Not from the llodra setup bed to go to although our to other Dweller proof systems bloke also requires the thrust by universal peace. Not a specific set up for for for a feat that the it should be enough. They'll grow sixteen. I can tap. That's always love perfect because at the end of the unique do end up trusting the set of people that run a specific set up but In blow this to set up this does is that it's much bigger with much more people. It was created before had was created for with different companies with different people around so For those in the future maybe it will be other proof systems that we love to process processor up here tumbled as he gets people he's working hollow that that's acquired trust saddam on that are other starts requirement the perceived proof scientists quite big but there are other result of research in this field..

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"jordi" Discussed on Epicenter

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10:23 min | 8 months ago

"jordi" Discussed on Epicenter

"Em which means not It was. I think what it realizes that this could be running as finley invited went. Yes he's designers for that. We are doing a cane of interpreter. So what we're doing is we are just. This is not compatible. We are but we are trying to make it compatible that celebrate what We are working. These these should make should should be a little bit the optimal but when you check out the more optimal that what you'll maintain At the beginning. So if you think debar if you think the very not the problems you have on you're doing in the in the right way you see that you can create very specific microbe. Also those specific you. Can you have the freedom to design. This gave me that the the the base e beyond that you want so you can design these. Abm in a way. That's very optimal for interpreting that video. Be so it's like a just put example is I wanted to mention that. You want to add one interpreter of fifa okay. And you will deleting see but it's not it doesn't feed this up the right way but imagine but imagine that you don't even that in invented so you can invent the your own which there that's a language that these two run single program that these to that. The only thing that needs to delhi thing that the broncos to do is only pray vital. So you can ride the optimal language and compiler foresee to the very optimal to just biden breeder. That's something that'll be the example but it is not that so it's not that Optimal to admit it looks like of course. That's not as my and of course this brings. A lot of argument digests From compatibility just go. Just go to a goto you. You just combine the bromine solely deal get the same put on you. Just running de here get there. It's like little bit for example really. They're the optimistic roll ups Like arbitral more or optimistic lead. The way they're doing they are not Maybe they change something in this already but more because not because they are changing the day the enemies because they are luckily luckily one too so there are maybe some goes that makes no sense to but it's more the these that what it is so developer easily should not care if he's doing markle truck for earlier one for so you're basically you're taking up code by up coat and you're kind of transposing them into the corresponding z. K. up koto. Basically if i wanted to have like a a five up code string d. e. i would go eze. Kabc kabc ian. I would get the same result. Does that kind of roughly correct. Yeah it's actually is your brother your you have Sorta dipoto brought on the when you buy lead you get the seattle bike usa set of bytes with our goals mainly just take those might instead of running here. You just run there. It's like a From the user perspective is like having a tight chain is not a side chain but the same way that you're using legal or exile or any other sites that you are just hanging through jones and the brings markle drugs in the side chain. It should work the same way. We as the only thing is going to be as i changed to where it's going to be a roll up but from the user perspective should not be many differences. Okay and in principle. Can you transpose. Any up code into z. Cape coat yes don't agree yes. There are some goals that are harder than others but We have been done. The light seen i would say yes. There are some take w before there are some exceptions That are more For example you go that Difficulty how much difficulties. Okay layer to you. Know half difficulty or related so these of goat brower will exist but maybe we will return some hard core formation. Okay or bay school. Who is the was the minor. Okay you know have minors but maybe you have a coordinator so maybe ads. These uppercut returns. The coordinator instead of the minor. Okay so there are some some tricky obe goats that are very related to run but most of the cuts We'll be would be the same. They should not be many problems tool implemented here. He's a little thing is that goss- you know Maybe there are some o- codes so that The the the gas cost in the the layer wannabes. One and the that the cost of care all up that specific costs for running that the level up maybe a little bit different so Cure maybe adjustments. That would meet do be done but they keep exactly the same guy. Gus model that layer one so the worst thing maybe it's going to be some through section. That would not be able to tool run in the in the for europe boosting One of these. of course. that's very expensive. Does give upwelling. They get really meet metro for example explanation explanation. Maybe it's a heart of gold. Maybe you can only do like fix or four explanations and if you are doing more at least not would just be possible to mind so it wouldn't be an invalid from such. That's the thing that may happen. But if it's executed it will be the same way that layer one okay so so basically you have like this This library of one hundred forty or one hundred and forty you know the couple that make no sense zika up coats and then i mean what we use a one Lot is these pre compares. Right i mean there aren't as many. I think that's like ten or something but do you have equivalence for those as well. Yes donna kelley yes But these are heart undeserved. I would say these would be expensive. No vote they're going to. They're expensive but the bias is like a quote is lottery but can be interested block but they could be very very very expensive for example You have paintings So don't agree. You should be able to run. Which could debating incite the up. It's doable till the leads will But the cost would be expensive in gay. Abm terms so maybe you can only do bathing or to bating's in a single transaction Compared to that but but don't Leads it's it's possible okay. And as of this summer we have this decay precompiling right. Can you kind of nest these with the mass net wagon kind of get something. A regressive sierra not itch emphasis pissed off paintings if you have babies actually you can have a role as give often say. Give up yet. You have some sort of regressions if you have paid w here. We need to see what the final cost of bathing. This i tell you this is going to be the last the last of the last brickell biomedical michael drake that we will implemented but It's rebecca deeply at the anna at the end. Beatty baby. you need the bill of loop. You need the final explanation. Both thinks are very uh cycling. so he's very loops. So it's it's very. It's much doable By the way that So we are building all these bowling immune systems all the way that they're disprove is absolutely but what may happen these that these maybe after the section and of the lowly maybe one bathing baby's okay so but but let's talk about what's on laya one in this right so basically when when i as a user when i ascended transaction. I don't send it on laya. One i send it to a coordinator right coordinator or set of leads and and the coordinator kind of the coordinator takes on Basically the men pool of Of all these transactions and kind of execute them all together and then sense a proof to the chain right and basically the a new market route set. Correct mail is not so why is the gas limit so crucial gasoline of Of the coordinator and the gas limit of of the of the quotes of precompiling..

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"jordi" Discussed on Epicenter

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11:41 min | 8 months ago

"jordi" Discussed on Epicenter

"I'd like to tell you about our sponsor this week so great but they're vulnerable to problems like m. e. v. transactions in high gas costs housewife tech on these issues head on and off as a new kind of trading experience better by noses. Cows up is a meta dex aggregated. That that's right. It's a decks aggregate aggregate it. It fights mtv by matching overlapping order stark. The if no coincidences one is found. That's where the cow comes from trades saturday on a variety of underlying on chain. Am's depending on. Which would office the best price and best of no gas on patrons actions. Volumes have gone up significant hindi's on june so june pow swap saw trading williams of twenty eight million. And that's gone up to three hundred. Twenty one million in august with over twelve point five thousand traders. That's also a former proposal now on the noses odile forum regarding a token for noses protocol and a revamped user interface with a new wallet activity. History pana better usd price estimations and warnings about trade. Actions has also gone so stock trading on kozlov dot exchange on more in the swap discord. It's super lovely to have you on. I mean you've been in the ecosystem really long time. I think the first time. I became a wealth. Your existence was in the context of the dow hack so if memory chefs correct. You were part of the collective that brain the dow right so so tell us how how this came about. Well this really the about these. In in blockchain liz doing real things on the cap on that day. I wen- absolutely beeping video for me. It was like a drug. Just you know a stunning all day. Long on the just understanding that that the mass this three to issue the issue up a goal. Some obama of arrived rapidly through the project was like trading brush. Up time was very cool and people was very excited about the one for me. Was i learned so really the from the now i didn't i just created some louis. Democracies mark contracts for the vowel. One was really excited for. It was just like running discovered that these was like in the world the new way of understanding the world more than delights lights and became like bought the foul of the dow just like another another community bamber. They're just very excited like everybody there and learning a lot from england and they would save from the community people it was for me wasn't very credible brunswick but then the high kaplan's that time knew a lot about the about smart it because i used that's markle learn. Well i just was. I just realized whole do tool what happened in the with our was able to reproduce that in that's why conduct the people of that time From there they just just became what we call their robin cooed. Group just frank. Through safe of our at that point it was like the last guy to arrive there but For me was but it changed my life absolutely since there was just i got there then i just quit my last job. In crypto world. Then she's there been one hundred percent in the space and yeah by just changing ups chip shirley metlife metlife has two sides when before the hour though after the bill before after allowing just why debate away and and yeah i'm there let's last five years very excited about excited them. So broadly here as super interesting what a what a moment to enter the ecosystem right. I mean It made the mainstream media and everything and basically back bad and it just they. I mean a lot of people around right. Well were different people. In that many familiar for me it was a lot of people of that boy neiman but of course no change it change a lot. Many many new people entering the space. But it over. Just the ed remember the beginning in these now hacks the stop. Because i knew any of the i was just in my home in my laptop just talking with chancellor and they remember the first time that they physically we felt. We felt hookups. Sales we said our was very very very exciting. Very exciting exciting more than not forget. Yes it's interesting because these what something. That's very technical. You start getting aid because the technical korea cd but then discover the community. You discover that this free of people rental Smart people very committed people people that really believe in what the you discovered. This world is just get you. Just get here. It's super exciting. Then went onto found. Giveth right with griff. Yeah exactly yes. with grief. fossil was big to recover. Da truly was the guy that was just talking with everyone was just behind the scenes. Do how their With hebrew get god berry france There that we started the project that gave project actually where we started together with reef. But i would say that they give project at the minds. It's my to because we started together but the age these three ball. I i i. I'm sure you know getting very big. She laughs He he he believes he has up. The additional can afford war at least like a beads at thirty bottom piece to build these decentralized Descent flights world bud. And it wasn't. I will say these because griffey's phil's trying to building that the he didn't give up on his also his Working there i'm sure he he will. He will get it. What's his chitty sprayed trustee destiny. I'm background so give as donations. Fat form right so It's a collision blessed. What's more Community we'd played a very Way of A way of solving the fundings for their communities the communities organize and call the community can be a phone dead them hold eh community can start doing things with things. We've last friction that the current system has these about Cuba organizing communities funding communities. And he's also for example. Just working in these dallas tonic brushback. And it's all about. This is about ways of funding Ways of the people that just want to think and this is. What's edith. yeah no. It's definitely super interesting project due to check it out. So let's talk about what you've been up to since well Again against say that's there the from from the time. When i was doing the beginning it was doing a lot of leads the all. Aco ball boy still learning and continue learning. I didn't stop learning. There is just won't than we have to study a lot here just understand what's going on but there was at that point. It was technology that i really realized that was very exciting. Saw these technology. So he's there. I was at the beginning justice. Stunning spending a lot of these technology dan. They were building some tools for these technology. We great at the bryant. The project aydin three. I three project for solving opening a that. We're still working on that project. Subroto forces editing. That hours cheese. That beats for you know for privacy for get recovery him for everything hud with this technology. We just stopped at the relapse because the school because these technology the same thing that can be used for privacy but can also be used for kennedy for skating exchange technology the olives these things so that we stopped the project had project. He's roll up later to get up For payments mainly those launch last march is actually working pretty now in may net. No working in the to gave him. That's meal gave up where you can Deploy smart drags on of that. And this is what i'm fully committed. Bring that one what. I'm working hard gray though and what. I'm very excited to work on on. Yes we are doing a lot of progress and hope that We couldn't see very well. Yes so let's talk about hamas so as you said hamas is a ck roll up on theorem so obviously has a pre existing pm which is not optimized quasi k. technology So basically starting from that there are at least two options. 'em how to get the knowledge part in the part together. So either you make this knowledge pot solidity compatible all you build a foot. Set of vm coats. And you have you guys have decided to go with the second path right so from where i stand. This comes with very obvious advantages. So basically you inherit the full compatibility with the tooling and ecosystem. 'em you keep the theorem security mother but i assume it also comes with a lot of challenges. Right yes absolutely. It's You said before it's that granny..

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Democrats tie government funding to debt bill, GOP digs in

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

Democrats tie government funding to debt bill, GOP digs in

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting progression all Democrats are trying a government funding vote to raising the debt limit but Republicans are digging in with the clock ticking down toward a possible federal government shutdown next week democratic congressional leaders are pushing toward a vote to fund the government and suspend the federal debt limit on the Senate floor Monday but Jordi leader Chuck Schumer both sides have a responsibility to pay for the debt that we've already in cart it's always been done in a bipartisan way but Republicans are pushing back Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell Democrats will not get bipartisan facilitators for their purely partisan spending that the deadline is September thirtieth one week from Thursday Mike Rossio Washington

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We're A Bunch Of Jerks!

Interesting If True

04:44 min | 1 year ago

We're A Bunch Of Jerks!

"As a nickname for the soda clerk who operated soda fountains as late as the nineteen fifties. The soda jerk was a title inspired by the jerking action Server used to swing the soda out handle back and forth when adding soda water fountain bedroom. Are we sure people didn't just not like him very much and because most of my quits today is going to be based on soda jerk stuff. This is the first ever jerk off so soda. Jerks prepared milkshakes and other treats using drink mixers that featured spindles and agitators to fold air in for smooth and fluffy results served. Tall glasses soda. Jerks were charged. Not only with preparing delicious treats for customers but with entertaining them as well. The responsibilities were many such as breaking and draining and one hand carving chicken remembering orders pulling the correct spigots and spindles on their drugstore soda fountains but most of all the new york times reported. The prime requisite of their station is the ability to bandy words. Okay like t say weird slang bumpy not not only bartenders but talkative. Very very talking and like fun. New slang and without the alcohol without the alcohol it's hundred entertain. People that are sober really. Is these guys managed it though because soda jerks became known across the country for this kind of isotopic slang hosting wordsmiths with gift for puns and rips at a time when the united states was nuts for all things ice cream. It says the terek shea something new so every they were all nuts for everything ice cream. They were at once. Consummate showman innovators and freelance linguists. At the drugstore stage rights michael carts welts of the american driving quote. American soda jerks became the pop culture star of the gilded age. I hope they were cunning linguists if they have any chance in the patron quiz. Oh so the colorful jargon. The soda jerk verbal shorthand for calling out. Orders is part of putting on a show for customers. The orders consisted of the method of preparation the number and size of the order the basic soda fountain item and any special instructions such as shake one and a hey and spit on it now. Don't don't spit on my food things. So that is a strawberry shake with raspberries on top. Oh shake one in the hey which means raspberry or strawberry shake and spit on it. Which means respite spit on it mean raspberries or to spit on it mean raspberries because that guy's comes never stopped Berries or read a little bit of this is gross. My hands were full. I only keep the raspberries and my mouth. Maybe it's because he's been punched in the face of often as bit as red lake raspberries down to the bar with old bloody lip. Soda fountains had a handbook of recipes. They had met a memorized called. Mr boston's guide but also hundreds of variations were created on the fly by the creative soda jerks. I've a cool picture. That is a lovely stocker. That i used on our website once cool. Yeah probably. that's what i thought. It was a real bar. So i made it a background image. Later on it became a dive bar right so by the nineteen fifties capitalism unfortunately all but killed old time soda fountains the increase in technology and the wyss to expedite helped push the jerks out the door. Yeah that and they were jerks but by then diners. The new big. Hang out the good old greasy spoon of your was the replaced the soda fountains but they kept some of the same language in peppered in some of their own. Yeah the ones with roller skates. Still brought you a milkshake. Yup and they also had some cool jargon and slang that they use themselves so similar visiting a foreign country where is not spoken diner. Lingo is virtually unknown outside of the united states. That makes perfect sense. I never really thought about it but it does make sense. I mean it's hard to come up with worse slang for something. That's already called spotted. Dick you traveled to. Ireland and scotland is uc diners there. I didn't i think that the only place in europe you could probably find an american style diner where they use slang thinking somewhere weird and germany. What is the irish term for boiled with cabbage country. You go to you go to some small local pub type restaurant type something like that. They all have slang because kitchen focus. Kitchen be light hearted tongue in cheek and sometimes even risque phrases could be heard in wide use in busy diner during the nineteen twenties continuing on well into the nineteen seventies. So a bulk of that time. All of it steve was alive. Well i mean it. It lows continued on into the eighties and nineties. Because didn't jordi lafforge do like a diner. Lingo thing on reading rainbow or some crap. I generally the fords did reading rainbow. What a couple years ago. There was something about it was the face of of a bunch of the more you know shows for a long time literally never watched it never heard of it. Didn't know he was on. Burton is a main just. Maybe three years

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Washington, DC Statehood Bill Introduced By Senate Democrats

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

05:33 min | 1 year ago

Washington, DC Statehood Bill Introduced By Senate Democrats

"Now you know this has been on the wish list of democrats for quite some time along with a promoting of puerto rico to statehood as well. Now that's compensation for a different time. But you had senator tom carper. He's democrat out of delaware leading over three dozen of his democrat colleagues to introduce companion bill for washington dc statehood gesture on tuesday. Now remember a similar. Bill passed the house last year. Now will face well pretty much. A democrat controlled senate to determine if dc will become the fifty first state but is that even possible. Well i found this piece. I pulled this back in early january out of the washington post. And it's pretty indepth piece about dc statehood. Bottom line is these. Dc statehood still faces a number of high hurdles not only in the narrowly divided senate but yes in public opinion as well. Think about this. A two thousand nine thousand nine gallup poll found that nearly two-thirds of us opposed dc statehood. So why is in dc already a state. well we need to look at the constitution washington. Dc's founding is enshrined in the constitution which provides that the district not exceeding the constitution. Not exceeding ten miles. Square would become the seat of the government of the united states now for a brief period of time after the city's creation back in seventeen ninety residents -joyed voting rights and were allowed to cast ballots as residents of maryland or virginia but those rights ended shortly after congress moved into town and the new capital in eighteen hundred and pass the district of columbia organic act of eighteen. O one the act stripped dc residents of their rights to vote in all federal elections including for president and gave congress oversight of the city. Have you ever seen a dc washing a plate license plate. You know what it says you know with. The slogan is taxation without representation. Now the district was not afforded presidential electors until the passage of the twenty-third amendment. Back in one thousand. Nine hundred sixty one. Its residents didn't get a non voting delegates in the house until nineteen seventy so begs the question. How can congress change this well. Those opposed to making dc estate have argued that statehood for dc can't happen without a constitutional amendment. They say that the founders intended the entire district to serve as the seat of federal government not as state but legislation put forth by non voting delegate. Eleanor holmes norton every year since nineteen ninety-one would not eliminate the seat of government that the constitution calls for in stead her bill which shrink the national capital to a small complex of federal buildings while allowing the rest of the district to become a state proponents of statehood for their part argue that this plan preserves federal enclave. Whose only requirement is that. It can't exceed ten square miles and escapes the need for a constitutional amendment. Nothing simple as that outstanding questions remain over. What would happen to the three electoral college votes. Currently afforded to the district when it becomes a smaller that role enclave. And some have wondered whether the twenty-third amendment would have to be repealed. So that the few residents of the federal enclave namely we're talking about those residing at sixteen hundred pennsylvania avenue don't retain them so what needs to happen for dc to become state. Well the bill to make these estate obviously has enough supports in the house to pass again and jordi leader steny hoyer pledged to bring it to vote with backing from speaker. Nancy pelosi by your indeed even though the senate is pretty evenly split. Well let's just say it's a tough road to hoe in the senate democrats occupy half the seats in that chambers. Thanks to the victories of ossoff and wore knock In georgia both of whom support would no surprise there. And then you've got vice president. Kamala harris in this fifty fifty split in the senate able to cast the tie breaking boat and she liked biden supports

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Your Friendly Black Sidekick

The Cut

05:24 min | 1 year ago

Your Friendly Black Sidekick

"Pay nba parker. I'm a producer here at the cut. But before this humble brag i was a film professor. And i obsessed about every minute beautiful and infuriating thing in film and television to be fair. I still do so. I was recently watching. The netflix. miniseries the queen's gambit because as a former chess club kid. I expected it to be my jam. So i was overjoyed and then befuddled to see the character. Joe lean the protagonists childhood. Bff from the orphanage and black girl. Savior extraordinaire whose entire purpose is to be labeled as difficult while sacrificing huge parts of herself so that the porcelain white girl can play chess and it felt all too familiar to me. It reminded me of this film. I loved as a kid called a little princess dealer. Decent thought i would die till i heard you talk about the magic. I grew up faithfully watching the one thousand nine hundred five version of a little princess by alphonso croissant about a rich orphaned white girl who ends up being a servant all girls school and spencer evenings in the attic with the orphan servant. A little black girl who shares in her daydreams in fantasies but unlike the queen's gambit for this cold where he comes from in a little princess both girls free themselves together and truly become princesses in lace and curls allow to grow up sisters. But still there is this disconnect. The black girls still feels like the friend on the sidelines. Even if she's spunky and nothing awful or bad happens to her. This was the case with a lot of the movies. I grew up on. They all had interruptions of the sweet black sidekick there was also lavender the best friend matilda. It's much better than being out there. And jesse in the babysitters club really an idea might be brilliant. And the most classic example for black kids of the ninety s was a grown man. Lavar burton as star trek. The next generation sweet brainy sidekick jordi la forge computer as we increased our power levels. Was there any counterreaction. Affirmative him but listen. I'm not here to complain. I'm just sort of navigating my way. Through this trope. It is not entirely a bad thing at all as a brainy spunky little black kid i loved these characters. I mean. I needed them. One of the first things. I noticed about the next generation is that they have shorty fords. I remember as a little girl. I had like a brown suede hip band. And i used to put it over my eyes. So i could be jordan forge. George soros outspoken introverted. He makes amazing friends. Went the android on this. And i was like. This guy is still gave the nerve babies though cool that is none other than the actress. Zelda harris. When she was ten years old she played one of these classic sidekick characters jesse the only black babysitter in the baby sitters club. I did not grow up reading the baby sitters club books. I read every single one of those books. Jesse was a dancer who always related to her kids. She learned sign language for one of the kids. She babysat and taught dance. Moves and the film adaptation of the baby sitters club was totally formative for me growing up. Zelda definitely plays the sidekick the supporting role to a host of white girls but she also stole scenes left and right dropping like flies. She kinda had to that was what she was given to work with. Not just in the sitters club but in every role she dishes for. I would be bassey token friend but not necessarily get to read for the lead over and over again. Zelda would hit this wall. She knew her potential by casting directors saw her as the bouncy token friend it starts to wear on you as a kid because you have the power nation. You're working in an industry that can make anything happen. You got competence muppets. Cgi and all this stuff going on who still getting very consistent. Message that you're here to support and so okay Yeah the cameras going to be. Set up right here. You're gonna stand on the side. I'm not sure if you're gonna be in this shot. Whoa having mechanic realization was intense. This realization was extra intense for zelda. Because she knew it didn't have to be this way. She started her acting career in the leading role. Her very first film was spike. Lee's crooked where she starred as troy maybe other people with mommy and scream and yell at you can't do. It wasn't all inclusive set with women and people of color where she had the starring role in black and brown film.

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"jordi" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"jordi" Discussed on WTVN

"The spread of Corona virus that alert in effect for the Jordi of the state When you think about the patients that are at Ohio Health, Ohio State or Mount Carmel, and also Children's A lot of those spokes actually don't live in Franklin County. We take care of them because they need either a certain level of care or the hospital. Where they live is just has too many patients take care of them, so they moved them. Not Teo Franklin County Doctor Andrew Thomas with issues Wexner Medical Center. Columbus is public Health commissioner Dr Machiko Robert says Franklin County is nearly a 25,000 total cases and 500 overall deaths from covert 19. I'm Jack Crumley, Ohio Health Department reported Another 2116 new cases of the virus just today. Also today, Attorney General David Joost called human trafficking modern Day slavery and says that Operation Autumn Hope was most likely the largest anti human trafficking operation conducted in the state's history. We have 177 arrests on the supply side. Excuse me to make the supply side with John's and traffickers. And 109 survivors were rescued as a result of this rescue operation. 76 missing and exploited Children's cases in southern Ohio were cleared. He added that the success of the operation is not only measured by the number of arrests but also in the lives that were rescued from this evil. I'm Allison Wiant, your ABC six first warning. Weather forecast in 60 seconds Feel it for yourself that the power has shifted at ramp our days for great deals, Visit your local Rambler or shopping. Buy online right now. During Ram Power days Get 0% A P r financing for 72. Months.

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"jordi" Discussed on Disconnected

Disconnected

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"jordi" Discussed on Disconnected

"Your. Odeon John hard movie. This guys don't. You collecting seal butter, Jordi leave because you don't care about the books. I. Have a one steal book. It's looking them heart three Collector's edition type of thing. I've ever bought What was your first one? Yeah. I don't really have anything else. As it, you're at least your very first collector's edition purchase came with the game and he'll look. Yeah. I'll him with a like an art book and a pen and I mean when I opened it like my friend was there and I just about cry because it was just like such a surreal moment for me. That like I mean it's still on my shelf. It's the only sailboat the only collector's edition. I have man I mean it up on my shelf like main center like. Other because I gave him my ps four. He asked me if he could have the game with it and I was like. Know like, why would you even have your for free dollars like I? Gave you that and he was like, yeah. But what if I wanNA play does like then by yourself? But violate skill book. Before we decide that was mad because I was just thinking I don't did zero down. That's one I would love still. Yet you have one. person that year cleaner but it does exist. Let's just do variants actually. Later lamest addresses, the steel book podcast, and you guys for joining the last twenty minutes of opposition. Until the. Next. You guys every Monday and time. We will. Later argued by. Working..

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Defund police cuts now target Seattle's Navigation Team

News, Traffic and Weather

02:34 min | 1 year ago

Defund police cuts now target Seattle's Navigation Team

"You're looking light of valor to Seattle City Council vote today could lead to drastic changes in the way the city response to homeless encampments like this one. It's one of the efforts to deep on the Seattle Police Department. Navigation team tries to get people living on the streets to accept shelter before it moves in and clears out the camp. Now the City Council may strip the universe all funding and redirect the money to community programs for the homeless couples. Joe Marino Live tonight with a look at this very controversial plan that's moving forward Joel Impressive Mary. You just saw. There are dozens of 10 throughout Ballard Commons Park tonight, even though they have been repeatedly cleared out in the past. Just take another look again at that line up along the edge of the park there. Now the effectiveness of the navigation team that conducts the sweets to remove these has really come into question in the city a pivotal point on what to do next. For the past three years. People living in tents like these have gotten regular visits from the navigation team, which was intended to help campers transition to shelters. Jordi right, says it hasn't always worked out. So just police still You know, they did helping they tell you to pack up and leave the specialized unit pairs. Police officers with outreach workers from some neighbors value the efforts. We've had a few times where they've come in and swept On DH tried to get people into housing and to get help, But not everyone wants how on a 54 votes, City Council members now appear ready to dismantle the team. Some criticized the tactics, saying Khun Sweet tents away but not address the underlying issues of homelessness. There's too much of a stigma between the police and just the general populace. We gotta break that and have direct I don't know community groups that take care of people for for their individual needs. Mayor Jenny Durkan says the council has voted to eliminate this entire unit without a plan to bridge the gap with outreach services or to address the impacts of unmanaged encampments that pose the most serious public health and safety dangers. Do you think and I support the de funding the police in certain areas, but the nap team is critical. Surprisingly, some of the strongest critics of the navigation team are the outreach workers who get paired up with the police officers. They say that the unit creates continuous displacement and trauma. For vulnerable populations back to Joe Marino Live in Seattle, Tony Thank you, Jola. We're asking you to weigh in. Do you support the plan Drew Seattle police from the navigation team. So far, 25% of you voted Yes. On our Twitter poll, 75% Say no. You can still vote by going to our Comeau news Twitter page. The

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"jordi" Discussed on Engage 2 Innovate

Engage 2 Innovate

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"jordi" Discussed on Engage 2 Innovate

"Important, but I can I can see delivery fading outgrew third party just because of the fees and socio within. And I think if restaurants. We kinda talk about this internally all the time if restaurants figure out a way to build their own. Transportation System. If you will or logistics system to get their goes to customers, they'll be able to keep a greater percentage of income and what we're doing with the takeout component is we charge a flat fee? Her transaction in one hundred dollars obviously ended may change depending on the the economy or whatnot, but shoot the see that where positioning restaurants in a way where they can keep Jordi the. The, the money that they work really hard to get, and because I've said huge interest business, so that the magic that a minimal, and that's one of the challenges I know I mean restaurants around the world, probably the hottest one of the hardest hits along tourism now then will be lots of budding entrepreneurs, no-doubt listening or old is who have got a bit of an idea and really not sure. If. You got advice on things that you would do now. I say the same thing. The problem I don't take for granted I think that's something that. When I think about it, I think. It's I. Don't know how many people maybe a billion people on the planet, and for what reason I had this idea in his shower. Not Saying I was only thinking this way, but. I, I don't take us for granted and I. Think it's ours. Pardons seen you know my former step that avenue ideas since nineteen ninety seven, and then he finally presents it to me in two thousand fourteen You'll get a business together, but. It. It saddens me especially at that moment to know like you've had something for that many years and didn't try, and it also scares me to know that. If you don't try. You really honestly you don't have nothing to lose and don't take for granted like we all do and I think it was silly of me to even try journey to begin with because I didn't have resources didn't.

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AP-NORC poll: Americans harbor strong fear of new infections

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 2 years ago

AP-NORC poll: Americans harbor strong fear of new infections

"All fifty states are now at least partially re opened at a poll finds Americans have high expectations for what's needed to resume everyday life the AP in a worse the center for public affairs research poll finds eighty three percent of Americans are at least somewhat concerned that lifting restrictions will lead to more infections and they're putting the burden on fellow citizens eight in ten say it's essential others return to self quarantine if exposed to the virus roughly two thirds say widespread testing of their areas is essential roughly the same number one people to keep socially distancing and wearing masks though there's a big partisan divide over that as restrictions are lifted no more than a third in the polls say they'll definitely resume normal activities if allowed like going to the movies or the gym but but Jordi say they would at least probably visit friends and family and get hair cuts Sager make ani Washington

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"jordi" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"jordi" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Had some thought you want to finish there in that last segment so we get all out there I did I know you thought you had more to say I thought I got it all and I cut you off at the gym memberships are Jordi forget I'm just merely talking about that I do not appreciate the tone that national news that that major network news I agree it is using I don't appreciate that yeah because I don't think it's it's it's helping thing but it is certainly you know get your attention it keeps you tuned in that's the whole goal I I got that but at the same time it doesn't they're not doing anything to calm and I totally understand actual media totally get it because they lied to us about a lot of things up until this point why would they start telling the truth now well I don't I I'm not necessarily saying they're lying I'm just saying that the way that it's being presented is I think it's highly you're responding deregulation yes well that's that's that's that's in the same vein is is lying misleading is the same thing yeah and you think you think KXAN cave you know my fox Austin or doing the same thing no I don't I don't think on the local level K. exam for example sure no I think that they have been very very balanced in very rational yeah and the way they put their presenting everything I totally understand how people are confused with a variety of mixed messages yeah because you know it you're you're there no kill ten cases here locally and nobody knows those people you don't know people on hold right now Nikki Roger and Anthony they don't know anybody that has died from it or even has its right and so it it it really hasn't affected people yeah yeah I know what I mean yeah it and and you know I'm I was just thinking more about the way that it again NBC at five thirty for example is presenting the news cast too and there are those that that that is their major source of news maybe the older folks and and that's just part of you know what I'm looking at but just I'm I'm I'm not even talking about you know the words I'm also talking about you know the intro to the to to that newscast yeah I understand that but the music that's being used the editing that's being done the the pace of the editing things I get it all adds up to show business show business and instigating unnecessary and hang us it will be does gonna join us here in a couple of seconds I wanna squeeze in Anthony in San Marcus good morning Anthony we're gonna love the show my show thank you what what what do you think they're going to do like you know you know Easter around the corner and I love one of the parts of my family my siblings and and everything and and normally we do like to Easter what do a Saturday will my family then the size on Sunday with her family yeah and well one of the parks all I can tell you right now is what the president told us last night don't gather in groups larger than ten people and watch out for those brown eggs yes yeah yeah don't gather in groups of more than ten people that my account about like having at home don't gather in groups don't gather in groups of more than ten people yeah maybe I'll have to have like four five Easter's Anthony but you can you can break it up don't gather it's more than ten people you and you know what is Hey Anthony yeah you could you could go against all that that advice if you want you want to downplay to go against that that's a great idea an arrest you know but like you said I mean I don't know anybody that has it I mean I know you're sick your spouse work order out that way we don't yeah I mean trying to keep it that way yeah I know that's good that's a mixed message right there you don't know anybody that has it she don't think it's going to affect you you see people panicking at the grocery store eight fifty two here are the top did not show up B. does in the studio yeah Tom Brady's leaving hired as we can get for missing out on nuke from Houston that was a swindle goodbye Texans hello Arizona Cardinals and then Stefon Diggs has another monster trade but not going to New England kind of saw the tea leaves there if they were going to re load without any weapons first TB twelve you know where is he gonna go Tom yeah that's why they sign Ryan Tannehill quickly yeah big so he wouldn't go there a lot of people are wishing that they wouldn't have done that but yeah what's left is going to be in San Diego or LA that Chargers out there now post I got money for sure they do or Tampa Bay which is what I Tom I bet you can make a business move and pay him two hundred million dollars for to a couple of seasons and I bet you sell two hundred million dollars worth of Tom Brady jerseys I see I bet you he's realistic it doesn't E. two hundred million dollars for two seasons now now thank you just wanted another chance to win without top bill Belichick we'll see what that happens I think that's a bad idea I think it's just fade away I mean as far as we go right now football is the only sport in the landscape that hasn't been moved back or are you know sis postponed suspended that's all we really have to do an XFL canceled yes a man who started breaking news how you doing over there prior man I'm hanging in here I'm just in my bunker here actually in an airstream trailer in the middle of the field in southwest Austin how many quarantine is have you knocked back this morning to you needs no I'm not but I'm working on one diet coke that that **** impact on wells that's the one thing that the stores seem to always be well stocked it is diet coke made in China yeah no so we got J. syndicate come up are you with them this afternoon four to six I never know what's going on and you guys don't keep me in the loop that's what happened I'm not part of the email chain or anything open to email my part of the prayer group your tree all has got to put a good word in for all of us how's he doing because he's in the high risk category he has his asthma inhaler.

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"jordi" Discussed on Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast

Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"jordi" Discussed on Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast

"As possible for both of us know they but yeah I just I like I get that that when someone tries to flip that switch and make an instantaneous change. I it's gotTA BE SUPER WEIRD SUPER AWKWARD. But how else are you supposed to do it? I mean do do you. Do you really want drag out over the course of three weeks right? Hey things need to change. I understand this. Let's change now but the problem is Jordi Jordi though is like he's approaching this as if as if he's trying to ask somebody out on a date by at least. That's the vibe that I get mad. I don't know about you like he's like. Hey reg what's up pal? Oh Oh there. That's really great what you're doing now. That's that's cool. Yeah Okay yes all right well. Hey I'm GONNA get going. Oh Hey by the way tomorrow morning you WanNa kid. I'll come join me for a little senior staff meeting. But do you think I like I mean? Jordi isn't the best at this yet and I wouldn't necessarily expect them to like. He's he's diving in his word and I think honestly just goes to show that that that conversation that you had with your brother okay. Let me ask you this teenage boy. Having that conversation with your brother granted. But I don't care whether a teenage boy or whether you're twenty thirty something year old whatever. Was it awkward to have that conversation? It all for you. I mean it was awkward to get started for sure. That's talking about. Yeah that's exactly what I'm saying like even just to Kinda you know. Pull them off in a room to ourselves and say hey I wanNA talk to you. Yeah and I think that just goes to show for everyone for everyone out there right these these what you call crucial conversations like these conversations that have to be had there always awkward. Yes is a fact of life. I don't care who you are. They're just they're always awkward. Yeah you have to have a to various Pacific personalities for it not to be awkward absolutely absolutely it just makes me glad that. I don't have to go ask people out on dates or anything anymore. I'm like I'm I'm pretty confident. When asked my wife out like she's GonNa say yes or give me a really good reason when she says no and we'll be okay anyway the next morning at engineering..

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"jordi" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"jordi" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

"jordi" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"jordi" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

"Your face all in light. Blue Cocky Kabuki and that is why my version of opera ghost will wear not just any matt's but a Kabuki mask. I have that exact thing right now I have. I have an audition coming up for a play that is set. In Britain. mm-hmm the humor is British. The dialect is British. It's British it's British. They want American accents. I don't know why all I know is there's the concept but I don't know what the concept is and unlike I'm exhausted reading by which to say I know this guy. Yeah I was captain. Production Action of Othello. That when I went to my first rehearsal we were informed that we were going to be doing it. Nineteen fifty sock hop style. And I said why and they said because it'll be awesome. I said that's not awesome. That's dumb Tom. That's not a reason to do it now. But that's exactly I rotate mcgarth spray. It's blitz so not. I was on the phone with the Broadway age. He doesn't redoing in fetal Japan. The guy goes that's hilarious Camila winds up auditioning for the role and she's great and the other thing I liked it. was that these kids. When they were singing they sounded like high school? Kids thing. Yeah yeah they were not great right. Yup and apparently they did they miss thing and all the songs were taped live. Yeah wait what interesting movie like this that they weren't libs aching. They're actually live onset. Yeah I don't know that I just told you that. Well it just depending just dropped the figures she gets double Oh cast in her mother's role and this whole thing is who's going to be playing the role the night the Broadway agents come and we'll fuck this director because that's it's how he's going to decide who's going to be on stopped. I want to I just waiting for the right. Like when the show gets picked Tobia Broadway celery sweet. I.

"jordi" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

09:14 min | 2 years ago

"jordi" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

"Daughter of slain former musical theater star starts experiencing deja-vu as her cast mates drunk one by one cou could the killer bean. HAS THAT BOOING WANNA buds. Because I am on the edge of my seat I don't want I want to know what happened. See that's the training training. That's the first thing they teach you in everything in a ridiculous voice guilty as charged. That's that's the Improv Bullshit. That's exactly what's happening in the once. Upon a time is Broadway. Actress was murdered on opening opening night or opening night. Yeah Bite me. Ten years later daughters at musical theater camp they decided to do that. And the murders begin again and there's also dish with song with salt sometimes at the same time uh-huh okay. Let's talk about the cast for a minute. First of all we got Minnie driver. Many fucking driver she pops up at the beginning is the murder Broadway actors and I just. I think it's great. That's so much class to the movie. Well it's funny like at first. I was like what is many driver doing an movie like this and then after the summer I had. I'm like oh no exactly. which is doing this? You need a job up. And she's also many driver in fucking amazing. I love her like I get to sing and I get to show up at my panties and I'm only in it for five minutes. I'm in Napier Tayer in Albion. Good do you meet my rates. Yes I'm in available sadly yes I still like to her. She wasn't orb fat. I totally will not by Jersey lovely but we also got meatloaf rock singer Meat Loaf meatloaf her former lover and the owner of the musical feeder Cambra producer. Who actually has a shock can lead decent legit singing voice? I'm not not surprised. Actually what I thought listening to this stuff needed to be higher for him. Yes that's where he really resonates but I think it was a choice. Keep them from turning into meatloaf and keep his bumbling. Yeah but I wanted MEATLOAF. I mean if you're going to CASS meatloaf serve some fucking meatloaf. We'd Ketchup Picturing Shamanov cafeteria if you have any idea what we're talking about and also also we have a future three three time. Tony Award nominee Brandon Huron wets Brandini arena wits. Brennan you Reynolds. Yeah as a fifty year old camper and it doesn't matter because he's also playing masculinity ta sick. Oh my God it was so rapi. so He's like hello. I'm missed a rape which unfortunately I mean. I think we all know that guy in theater Ohio. Yeah and the young kids has already fixing visit. mcbeal ally mcbeal fantastic. I think she's the girl biggest fantastic. Yeah she was good and got all these other great people. Well well and I can't read my Goddamn handwriting and I'm on the wrong page kimber. Fix this on both the B- Deans you absolutely the U. S. coagulating puddles of cats thick otherwise known as the listeners. At this scream Queens podcast. Yes yes it is. I flame flame. They gotta go ruler of the skies brigger of death and also slave do Patrick while for all all of eternity because of dance dance. Revolution showed them. But that's not the point right now because I'm also editor this podcast because Patrick there's like the grunt work and I do like the grunge but that's not the point right now but for this musical episode bitches you can call me. Maim Mr Thread in Medan should have been my name Mr Shred and may cause I can tell you right royal sure Roy and shit in your mouth thank you. Thank you very much. Patrick isn't doing his job on the right now. You know like remembering the names of the people who work in the movie that you talking about. I guess I and going to have to tell you Camilla. Our heroine was played by the lovely Allie MacDonald. I hate there. I'm gonNA poop her nose. I think is where but also in the category got douglas-made from debate man. You know from alias. Oh was on the grass the next generation and also the Murdoch mysteries and finally Melanie Leash. C'mon who I like a lot because she was in todd and the book of all evil. Have you ever read the book of all evil. It's hell okay. Got The go by because it's I don't care go back to listening to your shitty program. Fuck you fuck. Your s face amazed me and this was going to hinge everything vic that the music works. Yeah it's a fairly good score and even the fake music from the fake musical works because it sounds just enough like phantom of the opera to not get sued still tuneful enough to stand on their own which I thought was a neat trick. Yeah And that's what gets me really angry with this movie. They got so much right and yet it doesn't completely missed the mark and I don't know how they kind of have an idea how they fucked it up. What do you think why? Well I think I watched the making of documentary and the guys behind. The camera are both like me. Car Are Lovers and musical theater lovers like that never happens. We're doing this and I kind of feel like they took the easy route or I had her it. Come to studio pressure because the musical camp stuff they nail and then the stuff goes yeah. It seemed and to me like when I when I said in my in my fake intro like comparing it to the movie camp. It was a lot like the movie camp for a really long time. And then suddenly there was blood and guts. Everywhere heartbreaking hands yes and poisoning other girls make up on uh the more suspenseful than this movie was because like their setup was just like yeah they're setup was all this like can't be not not campy but in camp campy and then all of a sudden people started dying as opposed host to like sort of building tension. It was just setting the scene for a very long time. The people who get killed these campers who get killed. We've barely met. We barely met them. Yeah I'm had no lines anything when they died. Only one uh-huh died Sam Guy who's playing the the real opera ghost right. Yeah okay. He finally had a plot point. That was worth watching and in two seconds later. Yeah I so I don't studio pressure or if it's almost like we're going to get into some of the stuff that cut from the summer camp stuff As well that I thought would have really brought things out and I kinda wonder like did. The studio did not know what to do with it and said the tone this down and like add some more like Freddie Krueger jokes because those always work right although that's not really old and they could have done something really new although I have to give him credit credit ideals still do enjoy the movie. I will always take a movie that shoots for the moon and missile. Yes absolutely just regurgitated crap and you can tell from the amount of passion that they put into the camp part of it that some people had their hearts in this project and it looks like the cast was having a ball. One of the things I love is that there's so many characters that you just get a taste of that. I wanted to Gay Lisp Stage Manager. Who's like suck at your mother She's got great. Pipe favors so fierce enchanted electric twenty three amazing pipes fair. Some got.

"jordi" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"jordi" Discussed on Caught Offside

"And I didn't even really see it in real time, but Bush Nell on Twitter account, if you go back, and look he has like a freeze frame of the moment. Jordi Alba is one on one with the keeper. He has an angle if he wants to take it. He could score this goal, and he chooses in that moment to play it back to messy rather than taking himself, and he plays it back to mess. It gets way. And nothing. Comes from it. It gets Nick. Yeah, I've talked by virtue of how it ended. Yeah. And I just look at that. And this was after the first goal where Jordi Alba was at fault. And you think ok his confidence is gone that moment early in the he's rattled. And he's done, and you continue to see it throughout the course of the game. I don't wanna put it all on one guy because a capitulation like that is hardly one guy's fault. But man it stood out to me because because I proclaimed him to be this great player. And I still think he is. But he was so bad. He was so bad that the first goal the lax days ago the header what does he think? Oh, no. Again, Trente Alexander earn losing the bowl there. Okay. You can you can argue that that shouldn't automatically to go. But with the way Liverpool are playing it does. I thought I thought Alison had a really good game that he made a save from was Jordi Alba's well towards the end of the first half he made a brilliant amid of very solid stop from Cotino early on. When when Barcelona were big inning to click. Remember that a rages one two between rackets and messy right at the end where it's basically a one too. But it's over about twenty yards and messy finds himself in the back post. No, he doesn't get the best connection. He's ever got volleys at the near post. And he's gotta make a save there as well. He was excellent. He really wasn't. He was a calming force in that whole Liverpool defense which in the second half. I mean, sparse Lona they've got to create more than that. They didn't. Because guess what every time that tried to do anything? It was rage rage. That is angry music if I've ever heard it, but it is true. It's it was to meet that kind of that level of ability of Barcelona's unto just suffocated. This is just hasn't even sunk in yet. I should tell you and everybody listening, whatever I'll tell all of you. You're all like family to me. Anyway, I was this close to crying at work today. Have you ever cried at work? Lot of question. Probably. Here's a frustration working with you. No, no from me. I I thought of a few people yesterday. I'll let you do your crying. Let me talk about going for one we second. Yeah. Yeah. At fulltime. It was you did always even when I was when I was talking earlier on the podcast here. I'm I'm trying to keep it together. Look, I'll say this. I don't blame you. Because like I said when the game ended and you watch the players line up in front of the cop. The players are crying the fans are crying. I mean, you've heard a lot of dishes that song. It was one of the most full-throated seeing songs that I've ever heard from that from that stadium. And they've had a lot of good ones over the years. So I could see why you would brought me back to Kiev last year. And there was this weird moment of silence when we kind of knew the gig was off and we weren't going to lift old big ears. And it was a lot of people just kind of housing yard stare stare note onto the field. And there was this moment of silence couldn't hear anything and the liberal funds were utterly. Utterly quiet. An a breeze came in off the river, and it was like warm summer breeze. And I was like. We might be here. Again, we might get here again. And then you're walking out of the grown and..

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Global counter-terrorism situation remains very worrying, says senior official as UN-EU sign new agreement

UN News

05:03 min | 3 years ago

Global counter-terrorism situation remains very worrying, says senior official as UN-EU sign new agreement

"This is Daniel Dickinson the United Nations and the European Union have agreed to work more closely together to fight the scourge of terrorism in a week that has seen more than three hundred fifty people killed by extremist suicide bombers in shrill anchor alone during a high level meeting at the United Nations in New York on Wednesday, senior officials from the UN office of counter terrorism and the European Union's security and defence section signed a framework agreement to promote a new spirit of practical collaboration and have more of an impact in countries in Africa, the Middle East and Asia speaking to you, a news ahead of the signing Vladimir voronkov, the head of the UN counter-terrorism office said that the UN and the EU have been working on common project since last year, including greater engagement with young people to root out violent extr. Premium petro, Serano deputy secretary general for common security and defence policy and crisis response at the European external Action Service represented the e you at the signing Wednesday in New York and spoke to you and uses Jordi true Jarl's is an occasion, I share assessment of the threat assessment. Where are we right now? And and actually we are in a very worrying situation. I think we agree with that with the United Nations could leagues and then to review the different programs that the United Nations is pursuing with the support also many of them of the European Union in order to fight terrorism and to prevent violent extremism, and the conferences that are being prepared in order to mobilize international community to which European Union is also participating now very important today. We will be signing a framework agreement with the United Nations on. Fight against terrorism which would provide stability to the engagement of the European Union with the United Nations in this common endeavour, and this agreement for sees regular meetings and and identification of focal points, which will we will render even easier and more intense the already very important cooperation that is underway. I can you provide one or two specific examples of now with the U N, and the are working more closely together, we're working on a number of programs that the office of the counter-terrorism coordinator has developed in particular program on counterterrorism travel, and which helps and would enhance the capacity of partner countries to prevent detect investigate and prosecute terrorist defenses and their travel by collecting and analysing passenger data. Both advance passenger information and passenger name record data, and it will address target countries that are most affected by foreign terrorist fighters. I would be one example. A very concrete project from which we're working together. We're also working together in a program called strive with strengthening resilience to violent extremism, and and this notably in Asia. And the idea is to help countries to prevent and counter violent extremism and promoting whole of site approach, including governments security actors and civil society and private sector in addressing the challenges of the violent violent radicalization. You in the basketball run all of the approach. What does that mean? Well, fight against terrorism is a very complex phenomenon in which you can not only address the security aspects, you have to an even address them the security aspect. It's an south conflict complex because it's not only typical police work its own. So the certain surveillance of. Of cyber actions and activities and communications it also requires engagement in the fight against radicalization, which reaches to issues such as -education and cultural activities it requires also control of financial transactions. So it really needs whole mobilization of all the instruments of estate, but also of civil society in fighting this scourge of terrorism that is what we mean by by of any other aspect is there any other aspect that you would like to talk about that. They didn't ask you just to mention and reiterate the importance of the copperation with the United Nations. The fight against terrorism is a fight that has to be undertaken by the entire international community, and and no better actor to mobilize international community that the United Nations and therefore the European Union is proud to support you UN efforts and to be one of. The first partners of the United Nations and different.

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"jordi" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"jordi" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Walkman selects should have if NFC down so much trauma by Craig Burley and pull mariner game on call to be with us show liter flagged on a victory Italy in the euro qualifies. But we start in Valencia Spain taking on Norway. Okay. Ronald seething with signs sixteen minutes in. He would be Spain. Who would say the lead Jordi Alba finding rotary go and make it one now. So nice bowl from Jordi Alba. But Rigaud looks like a simple topic. It is to a certain degree. What is still a very nice finish? Speaking of simple, tap ins, the other end, fifteen minutes later, quite a mess. That was a great move from Norway on. I mean, if he tried to clear again, he couldn't do. Well, how does he only he always left? He'll right. I got how. He missed dead's as remarkable really is or rule. They offer span. Now, speaking of misses his Radha. Well, not for the first time is a beautiful bowl in the number of times. It is south of thing in training. He's got to know glance gotta pull Matt away in accompanied on the chances as well as we take the second half analii awarded to the visitors. It's the right decision nothing. So yeah. Pulling on there and Ronald J C can just see. Hey, you know. Not seen as committing the foul and Joshua king steps up to make it one one woman. Looking to get back into things and his head of goes one. That was this one's Walson the fos one because the fos- one at least made the Goku maker save now goalkeeping. Pastas Murata gone through and goalkeeper fashion. He doesn't have to come out here. Polos? No, those no. As soon as we saw it as a cheeky little finisher for Rama soon as we. So we when you go caboose gonna commit you knew he was going to do. And he does a lot these days as Ramsey finishes Spain to Norway one this wasn't a swashbuckling. High scoring sorta game we're used to seeing from Spain. A maybe maybe we're living in the past a little bit correct of the Chevy, and yes, though, sorta as compared to this time eleven now you think of the team that was so dominant and successful the accession of ram. This is very much a new generation rows boot skates. And none of them would get in to that eleven that was so brilliant two thousand eighteen thousand ten and Bush cast is not you know, he's not finished for a guy. He's played a hail of football career. Oh. My Osen mos- legs. So that's not going to be easy for him to continue club career playing for your country. And the stand of the look the nation's league wasn't that long ago. And Spain went Wimbley dominated played really. Well, be gracious X. No, Israel, home think it was my day one. And then England what them and Seville came across roads for Lewis and Ricky and Timothy some of the old guy that still there quite of going and bringing some younger guys in..

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LaToya Jackson Accused Michael of Crimes Against 'Innocent Children' in Resurfaced Clip; Later Retracted Claim

Gary and Shannon

03:31 min | 3 years ago

LaToya Jackson Accused Michael of Crimes Against 'Innocent Children' in Resurfaced Clip; Later Retracted Claim

"Michael Jackson sister la- Toya an interview she did in nineteen Ninety-three with MTV when this interview came to light listen to this sound it's pretty chilling again nineteen Ninety-three latoya Jackson. This is when she was on on tour. I must tell you that. This is very difficult for me. Michael is my brother. A great deal. But I cannot and I will not be a salad collaborator of his crimes against small innocent. Children. And if I remained silent. Humiliation at these children are feeling and I think it's very wrong. I have seen checks payable to the parents of these children. And I don't know if these children were apparently brought. The parents find life or not. But I have seen these checks, and I've seen these checks through my mother. She showed me these checks at Michael have reigned for great amount. And I'm met speaking pennies. Some are very very large. And this is my first time talking about it. And I never wanted to speak about it. I never wanted to say anything about it. But I think it's sad because I am a big to myself. And I know what it feels like and these kids are gonna be scarred for the rest of their life. And I don't wanna see anymore innocent small children being affected this way. I love Michael berry dearly. But I feel even more sorry for these children because they don't have a life anymore. They don't now you stop. And you think for one second. And you tell me what five year old man, it's gonna take a little boy and stay with him for thirty days and take another boy and stay with him for five days and a wrong and never leave the room. How many of you out there at thirty five years old? How many men are out here? Take little kids and do that nine eleven years old. I love my brother, but it's wrong. I don't wanna hurt I've been hurt by to my bottom molested me sexually. And I don't like it. I don't like the way it feels and to this day. This is my husband. He can belt I will not have a relationship with him because of that. But I love him dearly. But I cannot perhaps one day I will come to terms with the night. We'll be able to her now, I can't do it. And that's what I don't want to see happen to little kiss because I know it can heart. Oh. Now, she was on the outs though with that family at that time wasn't she? And she later retracted her allegations saying that she had been convinced to make them up by her then husband. These accusations were made after the father of a kid named Jordi Chandler thirteen years old accused Jackson of molesting his son. And there was a subsequent settlement. But it doesn't sound like la- Toyota's lying there. No. But it's really hard to tell. Because of the circumstances and the fat, and I forgot there was some there was bad blood. And also, and I forgot what they were accusing her of. But they were accusing her of something also. And when you get that emotional, and you're so angry at people that you've grown up with and that are your family. Sometimes you can say things that sound like you totally believe them. Yeah. Her mother. Why would why would the mother show her checks that they wrote to the parents of these kids, I don't know that whole family Toya? Mess. Look at this just a fresh hell being in that Jackson

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"jordi" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"jordi" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Can't. Religion. Mr jackson. In the latter portion of nineteen ninety three there were some allegations that you concerning improper conduct with young boys. Are you familiar with this person named Jordi Chandler? Don't answer. To who he knows and doesn't know as you know. During the course of discovery in this case, you have already gone into a hand. I think Mr. Sanger has already gone into. Depth a deposition that was taken the case of Jordi Chandler versus Michael Jackson. And you're now telling me I can't even ask whether he knows the manner go into any such areas. Quote, that comes to mind. What's good for the goose? Fame. You ever accused of having sexually molested breadbox. To, you know, person by the name of the caller cocoa. No. Three ever accused of having socially molested for sure. Now. He's kind of mumbling and giggling. Squirming in his seat. The handwriting on these two sheets. You know who's handwriting? It is to mind. Do you know what these documents are? What is this? Crazy stories that people have created. I wanted to sit straight in an interview I want to set the record straight..

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McConnell: Saudi actions 'abhorrent' and warrant 'response'

The Big Biz Radio Show

00:40 sec | 3 years ago

McConnell: Saudi actions 'abhorrent' and warrant 'response'

"Jordi leader Mitch McConnell isn't completely backing up. President Trump on the issue of Jamal Kashoggi's murder in the Turkish consulate first McConnell says he believes the CIA assessment what obviously happened as basically certified by the CIA is completely of horn. Second McConnell says giving Saudi Arabia a pass is wrong show, some kind of response to that certainly would be an order McConnell says the Senate is discussing with the appropriate response should be. I think almost no one believes we should completely and totally fracture our relationship with the Saudis, but yes, I'm kind of response is going to be appropriate.

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Donald Trump, Newcastle and Britain discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

03:23 min | 4 years ago

Donald Trump, Newcastle and Britain discussed on BBC World Service

"Donald trump comes to britain this week he works go to newcastle he won't be given the freedom of the city and he certainly went greet an adoring crowd of twenty thousand people like this a very grateful to jordi now so it was that jimmy carter won the hearts of tyneside in nineteen seventy seven outside newcastle civic center this is how it used to be british crowds cheering american presidents not just because they were more popular in the past but also because their visits were more rare the first to come was woodrow wilson in one thousand nine hundred eighteen but it wasn't until the end of another world war twenty seven years later the us president once again greystone come to my country mr president is the royal speaking on the deck of the british cruiser a british tribute president truman's great leadership if you didn't catch a glimpse of mr truman and plymouth harbor in nineteen forty five it would be another fourteen years before another president came along in nineteen fifty nine arrives in london a second stop on his tour of the western allies capital earlier in bonn and he was given a unique honor one that's not being offered to mr trump queen elizabeth from the royal family all the president's hosts about morale castle in the scottish highlands one thing president eisenhower did have in common with mr trump is the owned property in scotland a golf course but an apartment in a castle that he'd been given for his war service and he spent a few days there on holiday but such privacy was ref his successor john f kennedy and his wife who came in nineteen sixty one something not even the cabinet could've plan is a half million people lining the route from london airport to the west end justice here a hello to jack and jackie notes that half a million people inevitably such popularity could not last of course this trip by mr trump is not a state visit that actually any being too for george w bush in two thousand and three and then barack obama in two thousand eleven when david cameron called on his skills as a chef we've just been having a barbecue guns of number ten downing street it was a great event there was probably the first time in history as we stood behind that barbecue that i can say a british prime minister is given an american president a bit of a grilling unlike mr trump president obama was given the rare privilege of addressing both houses of parliament i am told the last three speakers here have been the pope her majesty the queen and nelson mandela which is either a very high bar or the beginning of a very funny joke donald trump's visit will be more low key and less public than his predecessors to avoid protest and diplomatic rows james landale reporting stay with us if you can neil we'll have a summary in just a moment i'm jackie leonard you've been listening to the newsroom from the bbc in london distribution of the bbc world service in the us has made possible by american public media producer and distributor of award.

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Tom Brokaw rails against sexual harassment allegations

The Mark Arum Show

01:35 min | 4 years ago

Tom Brokaw rails against sexual harassment allegations

"The romaine lettuce more people getting sick as a result of that e coli outbreak nearly a hundred people in twenty two states have fallen ill after eating romaine lettuce from the yuma arizona area fda investigators are looking at dozens of farms in that region trying to find the source this is a particularly nasty strains cdc's matthew is is one that tends to cause more severe illness based on toxic profile that it produces more than half of the people sick and have ended up in the hospital ten with kidney failure so far no deaths supreme cuba wsb new ajc poll finds lieutenant governor casey k goal ahead of his republican rivals in the race for governor the jaycees greg bluestone addressing the trump factor the polls show that i've been jordi of odors republican voters want their candidate say that loyalty to donald trump is a key factor in whatever kennedy pick and eighty percent of republican voters gave trump high approval rating the positive reviews of his performance in office so far so he definitely is playing a factor voters go to the polls on may twenty second longtime nbc news man tom brokaw being accused of sexual misconduct the nine hundred ninety s linda vesta was a new reporter at nbc news when she said then nightly news anchor tom brokaw grope and assaulted her because of his power i was unable to talk about it so i was silenced and there was nothing i could do to seek recourse because to have done so at nbc would have been the end of my career you spoke out to variety because she said nbc and other companies are doing too little to address harassment brokaw denied the allegations saying statement he met with fester twice twenty three years ago because she sought career advice.

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Florida, Attorney and Us discussed on  Business Beware

Business Beware

01:04 min | 4 years ago

Florida, Attorney and Us discussed on Business Beware

"Three three thirty nine bible that's eight three three thirty nine bible eight three three thirty nine bible prosecutors in florida want the death penalty for the gene that took seventeen lives at marjory stoneman douglas high school in florida last month he's charged with killing seventeen people at that school in parkland one month ago a statement from the broward county state attorney's office says they've filed notice that the office intends to seek the death penalty in this case republicans on a us committee have ended their investigation into possible collusion between russia and the trump campaign usa radio's chris barnes has reaction to that new jordi on the house intelligence committee you say they're done with the investigation the ranking democrat on the panel adam schiff of california says we're going to continue to do the investigation it'll obviously be much more difficult conservative columnist joan goldberg's take on this development is we kind of knew that there if there was real evidence of collusion we would have heard about it by now there's been so much journalistic exploration of this there have been some many committees something would a lean he was speaking on fox news for usa radio news i'm chris.

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