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Man United, Juventus, Real Madrid Confirm Super League
"News broke yesterday. That twelve of the biggest teams in europe have signed up for a breakaway super league. Funded by jp morgan. In which six teams from england and three italy and spain will their own competition. A bit like juke. North carolina and kansas announcing a breakaway from much madness in which they guarantee participation every single year and the nomex decision point for european football which will transform the landscape force in large part by american. Ona's along with all the gawks shakes. It's going to create a civil war within the premier league structure. It's almost say it's like a scene from the old scifi show vague where we welcomed the aliens two football teams and they ended up eating all the english people.
Florida data scientist says governor is trying to intimidate scientists following raid
"Florida. Police officers with their guns drawn raided the home of an ousted health department data scientists early yesterday morning. Searching for the former agency employees. Most powerful tools her computer her iphone and other hardware that supports a corona virus website that she set up after accusing the state afford a of manipulating official numbers to make them look better than they are. Law enforcement officials alleged at the scientists. Rebecca jones may have also use the devices to hack into a health department website in november and descendant unauthorized message to florida emergency personnel urging them to speak up about the state's botched pandemic response that they're seeing on the inside. She strongly denies the accusation. That there was any hacking. And this is the latest clash between jones state officials who have traded accusations since she was fired from the florida department of health over the summer. She has become an outspoken critic of republican governor. Run to santa's she alleges that her ex managers political appointees directed her to juke and tweak and otherwise manipulate virus case data to downplay the risk of infection death in hospitalization. In florida jones says she will not be cowed by what she characterizes. A state sanctioned intimidation campaign. She tweeted quote if to santa. Stop pointing a gun in. My face was a good way to get me to shut up. He's about to learn how wrong have a new computer tomorrow. And then i'm going get back to work
Ava Movie Review : Jessica Chastain powers this moderately thrilling assassin saga
"I'm Madeleine brand. I am ready to review some films of two of my favorite favorite critics and two of my favorite humans all time alongside early and Dave White film critics for the rap and host of the podcast, Linoleum knife. How you guys Hello. All right. Let's talk first about Eva. Jessica Chastain stars as international assassin, but a job goes wrong. Here is some of the trailer. I know you like Eva. She's a liability. No, she's best to breathe. I recruited her trainers talking She's always been jukes favor, but she's a loose cannon and dangerous of the organization. Alonzo. What did you think so? Yeah, this is, you know, typical international assassin and runs afoul of the corporation. And of course, she must be closed. Um, why is it that only the female international assassins also have family issues, whereas the male international assassins were always completely cut off from their own feelings and from their own families of their own pasts and all that stuff. Really The most interesting stuff about Eva is that a bow, played by Jessica Chastain comes home to Boston, where she has to confront her fractured relationships with her sister, played by just Wexler and her mother, played by Gina Davis. On Of course, Gina Davis was an international female assassin in the long kiss. Good night, so that's a nice little Bow on this, and the scenes between Gina Davis and Jessica Chastain are so crackling in a Confrontational, dysfunctional family cannot away that you kind of wish this had been a confrontational, dysfunctional family movie and not international Super Assasin movie. But I mean, it's a lot of that movie is has been made. It's called What ever happened to Baby Jane? Good points, But I mean, you know the The pieces in this are not bad, like the actual international Super assassin scenes are pretty well done. There's some pretty good action sequences. Maybe Not in like an atomic blonde kind of way. But still like when. When Jessica Chastain gets into a scrap with Colin Farrell or, you know, I mean, John Malkovich even gets into some violence in this movie. Those scenes are kind of fun, but then you gotta shift gears into Ava and her addictions and her family stuff, and it's like The movie is in all the lanes and it doesn't really ever quite nail any of them. So I maybe wish they had. They had taken off one piece of jewelry before leaving the house, you know, either lose one of reds here, Dave. Moments of cool, stabbing and kicking. Alleviating boredom. Unfortunately, they missed this golden opportunity to allow Gina Davis To be revealed. To still be her long kiss Goodnight character, passing the mantle of super assassin. Down to her daughter that they did They do this. They did not do this. Unfortunately, if you're going to make a movie with a plot, as wrote, and by the numbers as this You got to juice it up somehow, You know, it's not. It's not enough that the Jessica Chastain isn't a long red gown. You know, stabbing and kicking and shooting. Okay,
Rio Tinto CEO to Step Down Amid Fallout Over Destruction of Ancient Rock Shelters
"The boss of the mining giant Rio Tinto. Jean Sebastien Jack is to resign after criticism of the company's destruction of sacred aboriginal sites. In May, the world's biggest iron or minor, destroyed two ancient caves in Pilbara, western Australia, despite the opposition of the Aboriginal community, the destruction of the juke engorged rock shelters sparked widespread condemnation of Rio Tinto from shareholders on the public. Sama Khalil is in Sydney. Most that they have done before. What happened today was at last month, They actually stripped thes three executives off their multi million dollar bonuses. And that has actually backfired, with many seeing. This was completely divorced from reality that cut the pay of already significantly highly paid executives. And of course, these are some of the most or worse. Should I say one of the most significant historical sites these dated back 46,000 years, so the history Is of a great significance. And so of course, is the loss.
Prince Andrew 'offered to help Jeffrey Epstein prosecutors'
"The department of justice has requested an interview with Britain's prince Andrew is part of its criminal investigation into the alleged sex trafficking ring once operated by the late Jeffrey Epstein correspondent Max foster is the response from prince Andrew's lawyer prince Andrew's lawyers have come back to us saying that any pursuit of an application for mutual legal assistance would be disappointing they said in a statement at the justice department to told them that the juke is not and never has been a target of that criminal investigations into apps team on the prince Andrew house on at least three occasions this year offered his assistance as a witness
Country star Joe Diffie dead at 61 due to coronavirus complications
"Good contributes six star Joe Diffie has died from the coronavirus complications of the corona virus he was sixty one years old and his rep confirmed in a statement Grammy winning country music legend Joe Diffie passed away today Sunday March twenty nine from complications to corona viruses his family respect our privacy at this time he has a huge catalog including hockey talk attitude brought me upside the juke box and pick me up
Kate Murdoch Discusses Her Newest Masterpiece 'The Orange Grove'
"You've traveled through France you probably went to the side live. You could only wonder at the opulence of the King's palace petition. Also wonder how the French court operated will thanks to Cape Murdoch. We get an idea. Welcome back again you descriptions of the palace and what the people were wearing lean and even the food that was served. We're really vivid. There was a lot of research he must have done. Yes and it also comes about because of my because I was an office for so many years. So grading visuals is really important to me. I like to read visuals and I like to write them. So yeah that's part of it. Also but yes I had to get. Did you know there are a number of things like at one stage. I had a carriage clock on a mantle and carriage clocks when invented like that new I was constantly rating like I did a number of proofs just obviously for those types of things and what about the Masa Pancake. Yes I came across that somewhere and I can't remember Web ed but there was something like that Croatia's on point for the coach and Yes it was as realistic as possible. this was all around seventeen fifty seventeen. I five seventeen o five so the louise were in prisons whether the fourteenth But the book is called the Orange Grove. And that's not in beside who owns the Orange Grove and palace the duke and Duchess Stumbles Linage and yes. It's a beautiful chateau. It's an Orange Grove and extensive grounds and manicured gardens will well. He's Juke Hugo let's make it easy and The touches Charlotte now. They have a daughter Amelia. But there's also a number of mistress yes as mistresses and up to this. You know the time. The book said they've all been co-existing quite happily. It hasn't been too many problems uh-huh but all of a sudden that changes with the arrival of the new mistress Latisha. Well what I couldn't believe is the the duchess in the five mistresses. All went out from a picnic and they had a very cordial social time. They even discuss the merits of marriage over missing. That's right I take it with your research. Could that conversation really go on. Yes I believe so because I think that the tension amongst these women would have reached a fever pitch at times and that was the whole the whole idea of that was what got me rushing. This story in the first place is because very early on. I read a In academic paper about Prince of the time who had twelve mistresses and they all followed behind in these carriages and they all had the same You know Equi posh was the word that's used to end the same library and everything was the same and this immediately intrigued me and I thought well how would they get along. Would they be friends with any of them be friends and most importantly how with the wife handle the situation and this is set up so you know the the same that you referred to. I'm usually the mistress's know what to say. And what not to say. And they keep keep the council and they they ruffle her the duchess's feathers but in that particular sane on riot decides to stand up to her a little beach to the shock. Give it all the other women. So what what. Why didn't why didn't the duchess the other mistresses like the newest the fifth mistress? While she's she's very young and beautiful for one and she's also someone who gecas actually fallen in love with so. That hasn't happened before. No what I call her. The child concrete and will of course if the king is falling in love with her. He's not having any relationships with any of the other mistresses press'. Well maybe but you know this elaine who is desperately needs his Not Much affection but his logistics logistics. Shall we say yes. What's her problem? Well she's desperate for love wherever she can find it. She's a very insecure person. She's he's definitely being threatened. Yes and her husband. I'm lates laugh. That costs a lot of money. He's Gambler and She has to continue to fund him. And you know her. His life is dependent on her success within that setting so yes it isn't you've mentioned Henry Henry and Well she is actually had a daughter by the king yes salon challenge Sir There's another child around to the SES. Isabela neither mistresses son. Thomas and I I would win the fifth Mistress the teasha becomes pregnant. Everybody will only everybody else worries if it's Zahn years and that was the other thing that I should've mentioned that the other reason that she's a threat because up to that point the duchess hasn't been able to provide an air and so she realizes houses. This young girl could really position by by doing that so when she asks yes when she becomes pregnant the stakes are raised even higher which leads to some a lot of people having a grudge against Latisha and wanting to do her harm. That's the two children children. Thomasson Solange have the run of the palace the Orange Groves secret. They like to go there to hide and seek they also like to play hide and seek in the palace and to learn a lot of the palace secrets. Yes they learn about law. By what's Li- Li- is a substance that was used for cleaning and I decided to have it be used Chew Harm. I'm someone in the story if I want to go. We knocked telling her LA is placed in undergarments and causes quite a bit image. So yeah it Welson Rashes in hates and faints. Oh well that's not the only damage and here. I'm passing being A. I'm going to get Cape Murdoch to read from page one hundred seventy nine. Because this is all about a black doc mass. Let's say crucifixes must be inscribed on the soles of the fate the celebrant should be cloaked in black back and naked beneath the ideal animal for sacrifice is a girl or a peak the vessel should be placed on the naked body of a woman in place of consecrated bread we must use a decompose turnip and the blood of the slaughtered animal. Replaces the consecrated wine. Madam Fulbright gave a wicked smile. Her eyes glinting. I'll kill the peak having had experienced at the task. Where is the best place for the mass to be performed? Charlotte pondered the question gazing out of the pavilion windows towards the Orange Grove. It's symmetrical rows of trees. Stretching into the distance. The tree canopies with thick and the leaves glossy casting deputy sheriff as long the gravel pathways ace the Orange Grove Child Charlotte replied. No one will see us and made all that foilage. Sorry the reason for this. Who is she doing who she actually getting? The black mess said four. You'll have to read to find out now this isn't the owning mythical magical magical todd Thing in this terret cod readings. Yes so there's a character called remand Davila who comes to the Chateau and he's purposes to entertain attain the women with his he's ratings and the civil Rating Terry waiting saints throughout the novels. So I started to try and write them and it just was not feeling rush. I thought I'm really going to have to learn to read them because otherwise people are going to read it and they'll be able to tell that I have no idea what I'm hoping so I teach you sat up pack of the cards and when I started looking at them and looking at some of the descriptions of of at all I was very skeptical. This is a load of rubbish and then as I kind of didn't more and more I ended up kind of locking them and now I have my pack. It's interesting because you know you do the ratings. And we we hear about king of swords and seven of swords and all these other ones and and of course with the insider of an author you can go back and write whatever you like but as we're reading way building story and I had to laugh about this because because you know they was at. It was really professional. Tear raiders in the courts. At the time I didn't rate of that specifically now that I thought it it was quite possible to have somebody like that. Yeah I mean. There are all kinds of entertainments that they had the time. I'm the opera ballet was featured in the novel is certainly. There's out if it was your written with an artist cy looking at it I look I laughed about this. The Professional Tara Cod Rita. Now I think the best fortune telling was done by his prostitute friend who said you are a bad man with noble intentions. Didn't you will be good. You just don't know it yet but there are forged love letters jewell secret visits to a convent and a priest who is tout told to doll his heart. Blood with frigid air prayer and whip but back to the side with all the court his planning and plotting and scheming. It's the Esto. The Duke and Duchess is twelve year old daughter. WHO's introduced or my case in the hope? He would remember her in years to come but it wasn't her. It was the word games that he played with. LETITIA captivated him yes well. She ended up playing with Madame for Bray and he was watching and he is nine as has being very good at the word Games of course and yeah I think just they conversation they they start to be quite interested in another but it's very forbidden. ooh ooh forbidden stuff. This cade Murdoch. You've given US seventeen o five France Orange Grove. The previous book was Stone Circle Cool Sixteenth Century and Nixon's nineteen twenty Sicily just keep revolving around but the book. I've been speaking with kite today. About what is the Orange Grove published by Regal House publishing. Thank you came over
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to surrender their royal titles
"So they will no longer represent the queen will no longer be working members of the royal family nor will they use that titles of Royal Highness that was a statement from Queen Elizabeth the second late on Saturday confirming the future status of her grandson prince Harry and his wife Meghan the couple have been embroiled in a few Rory over their future role since announcing a desire to step back as senior members of the British royal family correspondent anymore is here with me in the studio this sounds like a clean break yeah that's fine I mean how do you make and says the Tate said they want to step back from wrote you tease the still in fact seems a bit more radical than that as you say yeah it's more of a a clean break so the details were announced in that statement from the queen so they will lose that HRH titles his Royal Highness her wrong hi this they will become simply the juke of Sussex she will be the Duchess they won't carry out any royal duties they want to get any money from royal sounds okay patronage of organizations and charities that they'd like will continue of course he will lose or his official military titles very difficult for a man who did serve in the British Army Kohls are the couple will route paid two point four million pounds from public funds that was spent on renovating from small cottage where they leave a twin to council in the future they will continue to live there when they're in the U. K. but they will pay which older commercial rent for that that statement from the queen very personal she talked about family she said Harry make and and Archie the sun will always be much less love to members of my family as she went on to say I recognize the challenges and intense scrutiny they have faced and she said I'm particularly proud of how may can I said quickly become one of the family Harry is still in line to the throne amidst all this is Andy he is yes he's still in line to the throne though he says he he wants with Megan to go off and start a new life they talked about speaking that time between Canada and the U. K. E. we haven't got much detail on what's that new life will be what form it will take it was very brief statement on their website which said they will provide you information on the rolls and well could you can touches of Sussex in June course Macon is on Vancouver Island at the moment and we understand that Harry will probably join her in June course later on this week what a future security costs because clearly that's one of the areas that isn't quite clarified at this point indeed one of the issues that hasn't been clarified in fact I told were there was no mention all of all of that age will be a great and continuing expense as former oils as internationally known people they will need security wherever they are in the world there was no information in a statement about who will pay for that and whether it will be the British taxpayer or whether the Canadian taxpayer may take him a policy that so it's one of those issues that is unclear at the moment and the hope certain within Buckingham Palace presumably is that this draws a line to an extent under what has been quite a difficult episode absolutely a very difficult time full the queen for the royal family coming so soon offer the problems with the prince Andrew his association with the billionaire financier Epstein and that dissolves to seem to he did with the BBC television so there is this incident this difficulty coming so soon after that one but the queen wanted it to be resolved as soon as possible it has been within about a week after they announce they want to step back these arrangements will start in the spring and we're told that it will be reviewed after years of the queen officially hopes this will be the start of a new chapter they will be able to do what they wish to start a new life in the royal family will be able to carry on as before Andy thank you very much
One Mans Collaboration Is Anothers Joint Venture #765
"Spite them before. About how with academics. They default seems to be towards collaboration whenever they look at something new. They WanNa talk about who they can and work with who they can collaborate with who they can join resources with to move this thing forward yet when you talk to somebody from a business perspective and suggest collaboration. They tend to shut down. They WANNA compete. The interesting thing is though. If you were to reframe that as say a joint venture or partnership you're going to get a whole different response vence whereas in actual fact. It's exactly the same thing whether you are a joint venture with you in a partnership with you'll collaborating. It's all about essentially working together to move forward. So I guess the lesson is that when you saw having a conversation about these kind of new opportunities and partnerships and joint ventures collaborations think about the context of who you're addressing of who you're talking to if you're talking to someone from sort of an academic or research background you. WanNa talk about collaborations when you're talking to somebody from a business perspective it's more about joint ventures may or partnerships so it's an interesting perspective depending on the audience that talking to it's all about the context. I guess special shoutout for that one also to Lee. Juke my buddy from the UK who sent me a link to a guy who's actually created these Joint Venture Workshops. I guess it is because that actually got me thinking that really what they're talking about is collaborating and networking
Kane Simms of VUX World talks Google Assistant in the voice space
"Now. You wrote an article a while back a vow. The current voice assistance and their marketing positions in other words. What makes them unique? And what you feel is missing from the space and I love for you to take us through the top top five and the newest one that is trying to fill the missing piece. So let's start off with Google Assistant. You say their current marketing position is search. Can you tell us why why you think they are the best for this. I think this echo was in May and things have changed since then so I think that Google position has also changed slightly out obviously first ciccio various because Google is predominantly a search company. So I'll kind of all of its origins. Are I think with the kind of Google Assistant. Searching on it will be and is conned of high volume newscasts that bound to be focusing their efforts getting such right. But I think what they've done in recent months is festival trying to keep pace with Amazon and some areas saw for example voice in the car the list Nissan. What is it about what kind of ugly looking one? Duke is it. Jukes in America Nissan Juke. I'm not familiar with it now. haven't reached the lens of the US yet the Horrible horrible looking cars. But anyway they have Google assistant in them that was on TV about the Google amid partnerships with The kind of released are going to release the pixel votes phones phones. which have Google assistant in them on the rebranded? The whole thing since May the rebranded all of the Google home devices to nest devices. So they're obviously trying to make a play in the small but I think all of that stuff really is just them trying to keep up with where I'm at and so things like pushing it into the car on releasing headphones phones. I'm trying to kind of get a grip on the spot. Home and smile hormone. Admissions to flood is more of a kind of following strategy. Well I think that will lead is mobile successive almost and when it was Iowa which might have even been before this was shut my interest off the last IRO events this year they released things like in options auctions on Beethoven. It's only a small number of use cases that can actually take abundant to it but essentially if don't know about what it is you can stop the interaction on Google Google assistant and then that will take what you say to Google assistant and pre populate your APP with those fields for example. You could say a Google book me a table a Friday night at seven fifteen people and it will take all of those things that you've just said on pre populate the fields within your with the information so it's Kinda like a shawl all courses like sumit's shortcuts it'll take from Google assistant into an op way already halfway through the user journey so I think Google General undestand pedigree and mobile. All is pretty good as well so I think mobile is one area where they will do really well weather one. That differentiates is and then also what they've tried to do as well. You'll notice is trying to kind of thread together. All of Google's services over the top of having Google assistant as the primary kind of interface foreign. So they've got the Google calendar g mail things like Youtube things like Sergio Google profile all the services that they have like docs sheets and stuff like they've got quite a lot of services services. They provide in different avenues that I could tie together on how Google assistant as the thing that beds them all together because they have a mobile footprint with you ninety nine percent of you think they can be the single and not necessarily single but the primary voice assistant fall certainly people in the android Loyd
Shinzo Abe Becomes Japan’s Longest-Serving Prime Minister
"Shinzo our prime. My Minister of Japan will today be celebrating. What would have seemed a decade or so back an unlikely milestone? He is now the longest serving prime minister. In Japan's history is brief stint from two thousand six to two thousand seven added to the longest stretch has enjoyed since two thousand twelve has overhauled the benchmark set by. Juke Cuts Toro three times. Prime Minister of a very different Japan in the early years of the twentieth century. Nobody serves as long as a house without tapping into something in their electorate. So in our base case Wat- one joined with more on this Spicer David Warren Former UK ambassador to Japan now Associate Fellow with the Asia Pacific Program At Chatham House David thank you for joining us rb. Does he have a particular singular secret. Is there one thing about him which is got into where he's got to and kept him there i. It's hard to say that he does although he's clearly a competent politician in Japanese terms. And he's come to the premiership of Japan of course after a period of intense political volatility extending over decades in Japanese politics. Prime Minister for the most part have come and gone and there's genuine public Cynicism and discontent with the fragile nature of Jap the Japanese politics so in a sense he benefited from having come after a period of great great Great Tab instability and he benefited also from having a very weak opposition during this period because the opposition party which was in government government three years between two thousand nine and two thousand twelve when it was cold. Democratic Party of Japan has been itself Rhythm With factions and essentially all over the place in terms of being able to land any punches on the Liberal Democratic Party government. So you haven't any competition in the end. He hasn't much competition from outside the party. And he's given the Japanese people a sense of stability which I think they have respected. So you wouldn't say there's an RB ISM as such. There is not a philosophical cornerstone to him philosophical cornerstone to him. But I'm not certain. It's one shared by the Jersey of Japanese people originally from the nationalist wing of the Liberal Democratic Party Much of his Political philosophy is good on. We habilitation his grandfather who was prime minister of Japan in the nineteen fifties and had a very problematical record in the nineteen thirties and forties during Japan's occupation career and four in China. And he has a nationalist. I think wants to both rehabilitate Prime Minister Kitchen. Gran- grandfather's father's mutation and also to turn the page so to speak on Japan's problematic history in ways. which do not necessitate? The next generation of Japanese need having to grapple as much with the the difficult politics of apology that other innovations have had to do But that nationalism is ten uh-huh by a political pragmatism of the recognition that He needs to fix the Japanese economy. Most Japanese voices are more worried about economic issues the constitutional nationally issues and that. Whatever obeys nationalist impulse maybe he needs to ventilate them in ways which staint disturb Japan's regional neighbours particularly China and Korea He had a very different sense of twentieth century. History in in that regard with China. He's got the relationship back onto something more of an even Keel career. It's much more difficult than well. How successful do you think he has been the not very by the sound of it? IN-IN addressing those difficult relationships with its neighbors in the region often overhung as they are by a history of world war. Two Cudi of done more. Well he's been successful with China. I think it's fair to say you inherited a difficult situation with China in in two thousand twelve when he became prime minister. The previous government nationalized the disputed islands in the East China Sea. which had alienated the Chinese Government and lead to a serious deterioration in the relationship nationalism. In the sense to prevent extreme nationalist getting the hands on them relations the China very very difficult and after initial period of tension. In which are they Like some of his predecessors as prime minister visited controversial Ashley yesterday shrine intake I they has invested considerable effort in establishing more of a relationship with Xi Jinping and getting the relationship back onto who Something more bridging equilibrium. Now there is talk. All Xi Jinping making a state visit to Japan in the spring of Twenty Twenty strong stronger relationships at every level of the Japanese and Chinese governments and there is a serious dialogue not least east because both countries face unpredictable. US Administration This time so the record with China is best and Eve. When I was prime minister in the decade he bested lots of time in improving relations with China to the situation with career is much harder because There is both Business over disputed history particularly on the Korean side and the sense on the Japanese side. The taught to know how to deal with careers concerns the Japanese. This was all settled. Many years ago with extensive reparations agreement that the issue was closed is they are resentful of the Koreans now reopening these historical issues so while I think there is some legitimate criticism of days. Playing the the nationalist card in in in this area there is also the sense Career is is is stay with him to negotiate during your time says Ambassador to Japan. What sense were you able to get all obeys personal style? What what what is he like to deal with as an individual when I wasn't I'm bachelor at the time. When I was in power? He was in power for a year in the mid noughties when he succeeded Prime Minister Junichiro. Well he's only and that was a very unsuccessful time any wasn't well and there were scandals which produced the effectiveness of these government and the U. banned last year? He became prime minister. Game Justin I left Japan at the end of my ambassadorship in twenty twelve. So what do I met him Briefly socially really and observed him as one of a number of leaders of the opposition during that very very febrile terriers. I didn't his His style-obsessed hand but he is certainly Powerful politician he's centralizing politician. He's established strong central control throw of the mechanisms of government of the appointment of key personnel. he is a strong leader in those terms Some in Japan would argue that he is too strong a leader that he centralize too much that he creates a political. Is it gonNA spread by. People are reluctant to step out of line into sagres with what comes out of the center out of the Prime Minister's office that can lead to strong and stable government not one respect it can also lead to Mistakes accounting if they have in certain areas of policy where civil servants have told politicians what they want to hear other than in the objective and and practical advice.
Three Wins in 4 Years Is a Record
"James Good Morning. Good Morning Steve. Thanks for having me on hope your weekend. Well it did. It did and I thought I saved I wrote I write down as many selections. It's always tough for Breeders Cup because then the paper gets all gets a little a little sloppy and sure enough here. I'm looking now and yeah I do have it. Actually there we go there we go home. You were a Vino guy and and bricks and mortar and and then spun to run so yeah your share of winners Too Key around I thought was on higher power. Though I didn't have you know I got you written down for Dino. I took higher power stirred Flavian Pratt. What's up on them? I'll tell you play the Heidi wrote one favorite Donna Duluth below she. The brewers Juke juvenile given up Phillies runner-up but he had a win. had four seconds and fourth earners. I thought that was a really a great performance by him and You know he has the Kentucky Derby win on his resume junkies like have that really just A good showcase for an upcoming star in our rank agreed and and I tweeted on Sunday. I've discussed this a couple of times this week. His record is stunning. And he's got people would say. Oh He's only got three wins. WHOA WHOA three wins? Thirty eight mounts and this is only his fourth year as fourth year riding his sixteen seventeen eighteen nineteen at-bats. Ah But another fourteen in the money finishes and then a handful of fourths and fifths I mean the percentage is frightening. I mean considering considering the level of competition really outstanding and he gives he gives every virtually every horse. If he's got horse to work with he gives them a chance. It's definitely and you know I mean I think Santa Anita and hosted the Breeders Cup eight times previously and and and he was writing a lot of california-based debased horses and one of my takeaways was definitely that this this year's Breeders Cup with completely unlike any out in California before I mean just uh-huh it just. It really started on Friday where the first four winners had all raised it Aqueduct Belmont and by the end of it I'm you know I'm looking at it it it. If you'd looked at the charts that Saturday at at Saratoga you wouldn't be surprised to see our ad or ts in four races Castellano and Rosario win into each and then Jose or ts Manny Frank Ricardo Santana All winner races well and Joe Bravo and that's what happened. They took twelve to fourteen races and and all twelve of those horses that race in New York this year now very strong on that on that front and ah not to say that Just had the conversation with Nick. Lock about the euro's and there were there were solid efforts and solid board hits in addition to Iridescence win but The you know the and there were solid performances from west coast sources to bell. Athena's Bella Fina. At under under certain circumstances dances might have won. The united almost looked like a winner hundred yards from the wire There were there were plenty of of solid performances from every region In some cases. Look at Vino. Vino having been into California. I think counselor a lot. You fold in folding would ask. Did you know getting there early with Matali Actually Navarro to I mean in Navarro got there early with a chance. A Lot A lot of times the a Lotta Times. The juvenile turf sprang can be like locally based sources can do all your top two in that race were both based in California with Peter Miller and you the one hundred and thirty five bucks. That's right that's right. That's right his second his second in the race in three years. I'm just looking at the list to spun to run from Philadelphia. So you get you get a a regional kind of a B.. Track player are sharing sharing holiday for new. New York's thunder run actually ran in a mate. Nice at act backer. And the winner but I mean the parks and mom Sharing base at Far Hills at far hell and Maryland bred. That's a couple of times Toga. Yeah yeah everybody everybody got their Lixin. Actually when you when you kind of go through this And I'll just say I I came away. I mean granted. I thought the four big stars coming into enforces with the serious horsey. Our aspirations Bricks Mourner Corner Sister Charlie and Matola two of the four one I think it really does come down horse a year two bricks and mortar and Matola Louis. But I'm giving the edge bricks mortar. I thought it was fantastic campaign. He had been a mile or previously. Before you know getting hurt and undergoing that surgery and I like the fact that Brad Cox I mean Brown ran him. You know he never ran he. Random and six different courses six different states. You went from Florida to Louisiana to Kentucky Hockey to New York to Illinois and the California To win a mile and a half for the first time in his career so to me. He's a deserving of the year well and and driving home the point about the mile and a half for people that because they always beat all the same types and didn't stretch himself then no he did and and you know the there was even people that were incredulous about him going the mile and a half so you know that that score extra points Without a doubt yeah definitely and you know to me One of the Mike Smith that made the point After a couple Oh. He ran second on a pair of privet favorites midnight zoo in Omaha Beach. And he's made the point that he'd right like those races back because it was hard to 'cause over that track track but to me it was more so that those horses were caned on the rail going into the first turn. Blue Prize was tenth early. You know tolley Holy Arosa could be five or six minutes off the pace. But they're jocks really at. That did a great job keeping them in the clear and I really thought midnight. These to you You know continue just to be in traffic through into the far turn. And when she got out she finished great as a case I mean they the great job on on TV and other highlighting it where I think of a blueprint. It's got the jump on her because of the trip the greed and it and it it also. It should be noted for people that are you know insisting that the track nobody could close well. WHOA that's not true? which is simply me? Just look at the chart for the distaff. What do you mean nobody could close at that? Just you know Omaha. Beach closed closed In in as well came from often and others whitmore made up. I mean it wasn't going to get to the winners and the the exact pair But he closed Idiom really had down below chicken that juvenile fillies and that's when the track was absolutely at its worst deepest pissed most impossible right based on based on the figure and in fact. It's funny because yesterday. Paul Matisse was talking about how difficult Friday was to make figures and then it was echoed by Jerry Brown on His On his experts board board. Somebody brought up. Paul's conversation and Jerry also echoed that the way the track changed from the you know the middle part of the day to by the time even the the juvenile boys ran so typically you would if the juvenile of the males run more than two seconds faster than the phillies. You'll get say their way better than the nose Philly but I do think it was. It was a track getting off faster later. And I. I'm I'm not down on British idiom or Donna Boise at all even though that right they came home. I think they should be still terrific runners. And you know it's it's hard to gauge coming out of the juvenile being real adobe guy Exactly what that means going forward so into court definitely Nice Horse Court Vision You know hasn't isn't had much success at Stud but he's bread You know fire. Classic types with that pedigree of his female family has a lot of stamina influences. It just doesn't have much class. You won't find any stakes winners really in that immediate female family well your final the final takeaways. My final take away so I just you know I you know I was. I thought you know it was a tragic end McGowan crew. I mean it was just a Really hurt to see that happy at the very end After a thirteen of the Breeders Cup races have that happened in the ashtray and and racing. Definitely I think has some issues and concerns going forward. the people in the industry maybe do a better job messaging but I still remain. Optimistic is the horserace fan about the future and I was. I came away like in the Breeders Cup. I thought there was some great performances and Looking for work once again the next year very good well. We're looking forward to the action this weekend give us some thoughts about Churchill had terrific card even today yesterday and Wednesday were good and of course the Commonwealth on Saturday the feature the Grade Three Mile and a sixteenth. The three year olds on the grass. It is an absolute war. Some thoughts about what's been going on while everybody was paying attention to Breeders Cup and and we got to look forward to this weekend. Yeah they had three stakes last week and In the MEA mischief flatmate go for the sale and and look good. She loves Churchill Downs Multiple Grade. One winner there in the Divine Queen got off to bad start. Art Never Fire in the In Saturday stakes chill Lewke and Sally's Kirwin breakers Swin She tried the Indiana Oaks folks earlier. This year didn't run good for Dale Romans. But she had one or last two allowance races by like about fifteen lenz combined and ran a rug. Good Rice debris greet Brian Cox's
Baker Mayfield clarifies what he said about Daniel Jones to GQ
"It's new article in juke g. c._q. Where baker mayfield said. I cannot believe the giants took. Daniel jones blows my mind. Some people were thinking that's where people go wrong. They forgot. You've got a win. Win course baker one in college. Gale jones did not but i mean the point could if we wanted to decipher wins and losses. There's lots of great college quarterbacks that were drafted. They've got opportunities that have not been great pro quarterback danny waffle you know i mean look just even more recent like vince young i i vince young matlock venture was rookie of the year he he might so he will heed one early like it. It gets harder not easier. Yes it gets hard because now okay now. We know what you do now. We'll go back and watch the chargers film where you know that line just wants to stand you up. Make you make you stay in the pocket and throw over the top because you're small and you can't see and we'll see we'll see what the ravens did. Look baker mayfield was good last year. Let's act like he tore up. The league behan touchdown receptions against the good teams they he played against. They beat up on the bengals. The bengals the team at the time they played the bengals. The bengals were on track to have the worst defense in the history of the league and they played the ravens twice the chargers chargers steelers the texans the broncos broncos to make the playoffs char steelers did neither but those are the five actually six best defense played against ten touchdowns love interceptions fifty seven percent completion percentage. There were two and four now if you if you give context and say hey cleveland won one game in two years for the got there and look at how people view them now. Oh that's fair and people believe baker mayfield's gonna damn good quarterback bliss on act like he went out and did what pat mahomes did last year exact same guy no missed completely really different now. The the thing with banco is all eyes are on cleveland so all eyes on you you better give him something because if if you fall on your face all these wide you draft daniel jones all these <hes> do johnson deal talking about luke johnson's money. Oh you know hugh took a job in cincinnati. I don't like him for all this stuff that you're doing all these theatrics they don't get thrown back in your face and so if you can dish it out you better be able to handle it when it comes back and and that's what i don't know if he understands that could possibly happen. I'm sure he's not thinking they're going to fail but to understand. You got a lot of prime time games. You better perform
"jukes" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Get to this so here's a list no most band wedding songs according fifty two I usually brothers and according all I can see is like everybody's and I guess you're trying to cater like a wide range is a routine that goes with it the hokey pokey the lady who had no music if this album I wouldn't hire a DJ if he had it in his repertoire like the electric boogie electric slides on the note the top five novels band wedding songs YMCA no you're fired he too was under strict orders to slow and the rest of the night is rap music and that's we came out sorry grandma I know you do shop for for all these lines we have to here I'm kind of yeah your wedding in the forest okay judge us live yeah no no he won the Jukes lives are you going to perform now the chicken dance is not number one son and nobody wants to hear at their wedding I wasn't what it once when they play this and they do it in a chicken costume actually leave the damn waiting for this kind of like kind of yeah personally I would just take about the inner chamber of all my god you are on one today yeah traffic just some quick travel times if you're out on the road three fifty five to lake shore and Ruth three nineties the old post office those are both about fifteen.
"jukes" Discussed on WTVN
"Ten deadly your ABC six first warning weather from meteorologist real Kelly sunshine today lots of it's gonna be hot little more humid a high of eighty eight good to see some clouds tonight dry and mild low down to sixty nine for tonight's big the sun and clouds for you Sunday still gonna be warm could see a pop up shower here and there and a high of eighty seven weather is powered by the basement Dr sixty three in Hilliard and sixty four at your severe weather station news radio six ten WTVN news and talk around the clock six ten WTVN Saturday morning open phones on newsradio six ten WTVN it's Bob Randolph glad to be in the chair you can expect me from this point forward if you didn't get the announcement last week go ahead go over again real quick Jill Jukes has that is decided that sleeping in on Saturday is something he would rather do and you know what I I totally get it no one blames nobody billing and Joe is still get very much a part of the radio station he still does over the line on Sunday nights I believe it's a one eight seven o'clock Sunday night seven nine seven nine so jacked up there so yeah Joe and Jack in a and if you've not caught that show make sure you take a listen what's fun about how hard it many times it's a lot of it is it it's a lot of fun it's all pop culture stuff and popcorn wars in this and.
"jukes" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Bonia even the Mike each Speights. He might to Jukes just two and a half months at the IRA before she published her investigation in a local newspaper conclusion that will do with the fabric throw trophy was the Kremlin administration project from bias shadowy local restaurant tour named give Guinea proposing. Now that name may sound familiar. Precaution is also known as Putin chef and he was placed under US sanctions in twenty eight teen for what American officials say was a coordinated attempt to interfere with the US elections. But that that would come later even before the local troll exposes spread into a full-blown international scandal, Saab shoop shifted to activism lecturing on disinflation and trying to name and shame participants in the troll farm. Yep. Stability business. Like journalist. One day when further she even sued the IRA in a Russian court in two thousand fifteen winning two symbolic one ruble victory over the troll farm for labor code violations. More importantly, the court ruling brought the work of the internet research agency out of the shadows and into full public view. Meanwhile, Saab chew continued to publish her thoughts on countering disinformation to remain online outlet her Facebook feed, which is where stop Szucs already weird story. Takes an even weirder. Turn after returning home from conference in Washington DC last November, she found her Facebook account inexplicably blocked one month, two months, then three Russian fish leads bass, but the boss, but repeated attempts to restore her count verify identity with her passport went nowhere until finally mid-february boom without an explanation. Her profile was back. Now, why this happened is still a mystery. We reached out to Facebook for an explanation, but they haven't responded. Get good said Nuys via c thinks trolls may flooded Facebook with complaints about her account out. But it's gorgeous. Gordon's daughter. Another theory sobbed Chook was swept up by Facebook's campaign to weed out fake Russian troll accounts. Facebook has touted those efforts amid increase congressional scrutiny after the twenty sixteen election, and some western media outlets have mistakenly identified soft shoe as former troll either way slumped to says, she feels burned by the experience. Dale refers what no Dan Kildee get high was doing something to help Facebook. I was working on guns including phases. And when they blocked me they They made made it. it. So I couldn't do that anymore. Meanwhile, the stress and online 'isolation have taken a toll from doesn't hide. She had a breakdown since blowing the whistle on the IRA goodness. The at guy that in. Well, she doesn't regret taking on the fight. This troll slayer thirty seven is no longer convinced. She can win would see museum. But even though he was indicted by Robert Muller's investigative team last year, Putin chef is doing just fine soft shoe notes, but what quitted present group precautions media empire and government contracts continued to grow. Nova contracted despite or maybe because of attention from the US good things keep coming promotions way for the world, Charles Maine's Saint Petersburg, along with the Frankfurter and the statue of liberty New York City might take something else from the Europeans, the world's Birnbaum has this report about her hometown. Let me tell you what it's like to try to fall asleep as a New Yorker. So I the guy in four B decides that twelve AM ease the perfect time to embark on a home improvement project. Then the people up stairs in five A R, sleep trading. Little TIMMY, then there are the garbage trust the drill kids..
"jukes" Discussed on First Things First
"And he's by really that was a pretty good kid. And when he's the third weapon on a team. That's a. Gers pets Keenan Allen Jukes have on Gilmore runs free for forty three yard touchdown from this moment forward. It was a does Aster in this moment. Look burgum. Shootout touchdown one way. Touchdown. The other way pants came back and scored charges and do anything on offense after this until guard. It was a good juke. Great move. By Keenan Allen. They set him up. Philip rivers helped him with a little pump fake. They're Stefan Gilmore was plant. Some outstanding football on the best corners in NFL. He gets him on that play. But at the end of the day, we know who we we'll get the last last Saint Segel's. Marshon Lattimore climbs the ladder. Big interception in the second quarter. This we're about talk about it. This pride of the biggest play of the game. I know what happened early. But this came right after the Brees fumbled that they recovered, and this was I mean, the eagles could really put their foot on their throats. Lattimore had an outstanding game. And this got him going. Doug Peterson called a great play. Here Dade slip Zach ertz. Down the sideline you can see Nick foles feet. They were not clean. He couldn't step into the throat to build a flight in front of them. Throws it behind. Lattimore gets back into play makes a spectacular interception highpoint in the football right there. But huge play in the game. If Nick foles completes this ball. I think we got a different story lineup. And from that moment. Let's let's dive into these highlights sticking which you Brees the saints taken on red hot Nick foles and his magic carpet ride. Foles would open up the scoring in the first with a touchdown to Jordan Mathews. Eagles jump up fourteen nothing early everyone big excited, but the saints would crawl back third quarter down for breeze finds Michael Thomas in the end zone at one hundred and seventy one yards on the day. Eagles with a chance to win it.
"jukes" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote
"Just like what a nice job, I'm wearing fucking wolf sweater makeup and your wool sweaters. And it's like it's like that one man wolf pack situation from oh, yeah. Hangover reminds me of new lion. King trailer that we tweeted out. Yeah. Yeah. That's That's good. a you. Listen, but holy shit. I'm so excited for you in that movie. That's my favorite Disney movie of all time high and crazy because we love the TD animation. That's what we grew up on. But this is going to be like what the next generation looks to same story. Just like upgrade it when you grow up on. Yeah. I was in college. When that came so sorry, however when that came out, and obviously everything Disney puts out is so far ahead of its time that was like incredible animation. They have the side by side now or you can look at the enemy now in the enemy, then oh my God. That's crazy. All right anyway today in the interview, we're joined by one of the hosts of a new podcast from across the pond, I'm going to go ahead and call them our sister podcast. They say that that they got their name as a no MAs to to Miller she wrote, and they're absolutely fantastic. Brilliant writers award winning writers. So let's have a listener that interview joining us today to discuss his new podcast. Dial m for Muller is Peter Jukes. He's a co host of this new podcast across the pond with Carol Cadwalader, and both amazing amazing people, and I'm very happy to have you here today. Welcome to mow. She wrote Peter, oh such a pleasure to be on. We we pay homage to you with awe to ties with the ball podcasts. We didn't steal it where you just as a homage yet. No. And we're completely honored. And it's total totally. It's completely cool name. And I like how you guys want Hitchcock. You know, we went. Murder. She wrote, but Dangelo, you know, it's very cool. So yeah. By folk talk about crimes interesting interesting connection. But so the film and the TV say she might about a major crime wonder why that is. Yeah. Major crimes and also the mystery that it's kinda shrouded, and we all know Muller's been real tight lipped, and he's he doesn't leak so everything that we've learned about this is pretty much just come out from either witnesses testified with them or somebody in the White House leak and stuff on purpose. So it's been really interesting. But I wanted to ask you if you could tell us a little bit about how your podcast came to be why he wanted to start it. Yeah. So I mean, we'd be pulling you'd be doing you'll probably lucky 'cause you have Ma you know, I do funnier say unity insights, like when they diamonds the land. When the metaphor having means. I'm completely obsessed by it. But I'm on your very very lucky because your country built on those you have bad people in it. But you do have something called the constitution. We have something who press. I mean have. A ferry sort of have has a way of doing things. So why we got around to the pulled costs was that mainly cow. She would be hit by collapsed somewhere. Exhausted has really being the only June this following the breakfast side of the Russian story, the Brexit from side, and for whatever reason Ivan about this before I covered phone lost in the, but okay, I'm on newspaper, mediocre stations, ping sort of covering it. And actually you could follow even the BBC actively suppressing the story of a potential Russian intervention in the Brexit the referendum which happened just before the Trump election. So the put constant committee on Brexit. Broadcasting channel is like a PBC because catalysts, so exasperated that she couldn't they she's a she's ward winning Genesis swept the board with prizes on well applies. The Stig lost. Dries national media will not cover it for various political reasons. It's kind of you know, it seems to be the mining the the MRI of bay this referendum. We usually half referendums the bad thing to be on this. But this is a great fair the government is weak. And so Finally, I think also though the pressure from us and many house politics and me doing about on the side, the NCI oh FBI, which is called the NCAA. National crime agency is going to investigate this still Republican the Sala, which is a lot of interaction between the major lead the biggest British political history..
"jukes" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote
"Maniacal heck zero public service in his resume. Do hey what happens is the worst that feeling when? Do you have to be interesting me? I'd see. Yeah. Yeah. It's pretty tough to w. Yeah. He has going gonna hate. Yes. So not too much super specific reporting came out about exactly what was said. But the the main takeaway is he took a call that is generally used as something that as a political his used to just legitimately. Thank our armed service members for everything that he'd do for this country, and he turned it in to arguably a political stunt at worst at best a time for him to talk about and just rant about his political ideology. And that was not appreciated at all by the members of the armed services. My favorite part was the discussion about steam versus electro-magnetic. But I'm not gonna go into right? Yeah. He said he said that it's like something like is Albert Einstein hat would have to operate that stuff to make it work. Well in the guys at. Yeah. And we do we do it. Well, he said you gotta be an Einstein to work steam. No. Yeah. And I think he was he was talking to them saying that it would take a genius to operate nuclear power plants or something. And then the person was like it does. And we have this. And it goes and we're doing it will. Yeah. And as a as a navy nuke. It was like, and I think he I I can't confirm or deny this. I think he was saying something about coal, and how you like want to bring like well you in the difference between coal and steam for the nuclear reactors, and I was like nuclear reactors also makes team. So I. It's sometimes it's too much edgy being smart person. Trying to decode what an idiot says it you just gotta walk away. I know. No. I couldn't though and watched. It knows disgusted. I shared it. With all my new friends like guys he wants to bring coal back. Anyway. So here's what I want to go over about a year ago in December. We did an episode about the Marshall plan. It was so long ago that we still called Muller Mueller. And you can go ahead and get on our case for that. But everybody in the media was calling him Mueller until we all earned a otherwise. If you want to pause and check out the episode and then come back. It might help you with the backstory a bit, but I'll sum it up here too. But yeah, anyway, the episode is called the Marshall plan, and we start talking about it around minute thirty four it was a hot note for Julieta before we even call them hot notes because we didn't start calling hot notes until after episode sixteen when we Shannon Woodward on that's right since Since out out stealing. stealing that it's up, Shannon Woodward. We love you, basically, the reporting covered the Mayflower event, which was a small cocktail party that took place after a speech in April of two thousand sixteen and it was attended by folks, including sessions Russian ambassador Kislyak, bud McFarlane, the he's the mentor of t McFarland the deputy to Flynn three other ambassadors from nations involved with the largest.
"jukes" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote
"She didn't invite him because she wanted it to be respectful of that at every day. He does something I just don't get veterans and active duty servicemembers who can possibly back him. I don't under- ignorance of his actual quotes is FOX doesn't always show the Trump that we see. See they sometime show the better parts or they try to spend the bad parts in young people that are probably in the military. I mean, I don't I don't really know them personally. Because most of my friends are not Trump supporters. But I would imagine in San Diego is probably a lot of young people in the military that could be Trump supporters just because they think he's a fun guy. And they don't know they don't see how he clearly disregards them and expects them. I'm not say something could be considered. Controversial ready ready to hit the record button Imaz open, but pretty much every single veteran an active duty service member I know is shocked by these things, but there are several people who aren't there are handful of of them who aren't who still support Trump and all have to say about that is that not everybody in the military is a hero. My rapist was in the military. And so there you go. Yeah. It's all I gotta say about that's a fair point. Yeah. And speaking of the troops. He does the thanksgiving. Call. That's you've seen in the news. I'm sure he doesn't telecom has good. He does. Teleconference with feel free to jump into a g pleased with any of your commentary, especially as I never do though. I always. I know it really weird place reader randomly. I don't ever interject anything when you guys are talking. Now, I just mean feel free to hijack my hot note on this topic. Specifically at any point in time that you feel you would like to. So he does a he doesn't teleconference with the five branches of military, and he is up curse lingo to say. Yes, by brand branch of the armed forces. Thank you. Okay. Although the marines aren't technically their own branch. They belong to the navy. Ha we love you very people in the navy like to point that out. That's they are doing. Full and formidable branch, so yet marine or hero beef Marine Corps. Army navy air force and coast guard. Yeah. Okay. Yes. So Trump he does this is this is a thing that is on your after year by presidents and Trump made an awful decision. This year to politicize something that is historically something that is not politicised yet, usually sacred and kept to themselves. Yes. But because he doesn't visited any troops. He felt like a make it look good make him. Look like I care about the troops. Right. So he calls. He calls on a teleconference, and does all of the things that people, you know, typically do their niceties of saying happy thanksgiving thankful for your work. Thank you for everything that you do. But then he can't stop himself. And he goes on to talk about politics would the troops directly on a live teleconference he goes on and on about a caravan. For example, he talks about the ninth circuit as we talked about. And how. They do nothing for him. And they do nothing for us. He talks about he even asked he calls out troops. Specifically in asks them for their opinions on things opinions on topics that he's getting heat for in the media right now, it didn't have a couple of soldiers over to dinner at the White House to ask them about what he should do didn't we cover this in the book report? Remember how he had some soldiers over to what was it asking what he should do about. Oh, yeah. What was it? Yes. I don't remember. But it's I know. Yes. That rings dinner chap soldiers news. Like, no we have to pull out of Afghanistan. He wanted any Afghan war in. So he was telling his generals. Fuck you. Don't listen to you guys are full shit. I want three Solon here and Madison grilled is is like Jesus Christ. So he had dinner with three soldiers who are like. Yeah. Kind of sucks over there..
"jukes" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote
"Losing twenty fourteen run for Senate. According to FCC documents a spokesperson for the office of special counsel, not Muller's, but different offices special counsel confirmed receipt of the complaint, and they have opened a case file on the matter. Wow. All right. That's interesting. He took. This year pain for a campaign. He lost. That's really sad. What until two? Yeah. Then on Thursday, we found out that good lot. He's the lame duck chair of the House Judiciary committee, subpoenaed Komi and Loretta Lynch for a closed-door interview. And this is just a hail Mary thrown broadside by the embattled Republicans who are about to lose power in the house in a last ditch effort to try to beat the dead horse known as Hillary's emails. And it's especially hilarious. Given Ivanka Trump is now facing scrutiny for her use of a private Email account. Komi responded on Twitter on thanksgiving saying, hey, happy thanksgiving guys. I got a subpoena not gonna go. He won't go unless the hearing takes place publicly citing that the subpoena is an abusive process for political reasons and no comment from Lynch so far. Wow. I love the dead horse reference. It makes me think that like her Email could be dead horse twenty sixteen g mail. Toco dead horse sixty nine at AOL. There you go. Do you think? Oh, sorry. No, good deed thing that Komi has to have specific representations to fight something like that. Because it seems he just has such held such a high position. You know, I wonder if it would be port for for him to just directly who as a private citizen now. So here's how I figure it will go if he refuses the subpoena he could be brought into court, and he could say go ahead and hold me in contempt and he could fight the subpoena as what did he call it? He said it was an abusive process for political reasons in court, just like Miller, Andrew Miller's trying to fight Muller court. Didn't he do it without cancel yet? No, he would he would get. He would get a lawyer, right? Okay. Maybe get the same lawyer that Burke and Bannon have in pre-bus or Miller. You know? No. It's always good to have counsel. Yeah. Especially as a private citizen right demand. Who represents himself represents a fool. Oh, I don't know where I got that. I didn't write it. But it sounds good. Then Ross story reported Thursday that the house Intel committee Democrats are hiring money laundering, experts to investigate Trump's financial ties to Russia one of the multitude of reasons flipping the house was so important. So thank you for voting finally Friday. The New York supreme court threw out Trump's motion to dismiss New York. Attorney general Barbara Underwood's lawsuit against the Trump foundation crimes that can't be pardoned by the way because it's a state court. Judge Scarpa would which score Pula noted that the defendants quote have failed to cite a single case in which any court has dismissed a civil action against a sitting president on supremacy clause grounds where as here the action is based on the president's unofficial acts sweet. And as we know this Monday is the deadline for Muller to report to the court just how extensive manafort's cooperation was we touched on his earlier molar wanted to hold off for ten days because he said he would have substantial information he could give the court if they. Wait a little longer. Just hang on guys. I'll have some really good stuff for you. Anyway, that's the deadline is tomorrow Monday. And we'll see if he indicts people or if he asked for more time, or if he simply tells the court they're ready to proceed to sentencing without revealing aspects of the ongoing investigation into Russian collusion, which we have already touched on this. So we'll look for that what happens in that. And Also Friday Trump says he wants his transgender military band to go directly to the supreme court. Do not pass go do not collect dollars bypassing the lower courts likely because the conservative balance of Scotus might be better odds for him. He's got two judges. He appointed. But Skoda's very rarely takes those cases, and they don't like to circumvent the lower courts, and I'm pretty sure Skoda's will reject this request despite Trump's arguing it's a matter of national security. It's a matter of national security escalated to my friends..
"jukes" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote
"You'll be glad you did. Welcome back to just the facts guys. We left off on Wednesday's news Giuliani made comments on Muller's written questions. We know, you know, like, I said Trump turned in his written questions will Guiliani made some comments saying he thinks there are more questions to come. And he said, quote will consider them an answer them if necessary relevant and legal because right Bob Bob Mueller is going to ask illegal questions. If it was something that would be helpful relevant and not a law. School exam is what Giuliani says because asking questions like did, you know about the meeting on June ninth two thousand sixteen apparently law school level shit wherever he went to law school. I guess perjury trap. Yeah. I like to imagine. They just gave him a time line that dress at labels everything. They'd be asking dislike how to answer guide for him. How to conceptualize what we're talking about? Apparently report came out that said when when Trump got some of the questions early on January he cancelled a meeting with Muller, I think we already reported on that. But it's out in the news ago slur goes I have to read can't read nook and read Giuliani said Trump may face more questions from Muller on obstruction of Justice. No shit. Rudy. Thank you. You went to law school to figure that one out. One of the questions is whether or not Trump knew about the June twenty sixteen Trump Tower meeting and another was if Trump new Russia had stolen emails when he asked on July twenty seventh in a speech if Russia. You're listening. If you could find the thirty thousand emails that are missing. And that's big news there and Muller here here. Here's why I think it's important Muller would not ask these questions if he didn't already know the answer. And if he didn't already have proved corroborating those answers that gives us a big clue that Trump did know about the Trump Tower meeting, and he did know Russia had the stolen emails when he made that comment. So keep your eyes out for that in the stone indictments and put some beans on it. And speaking of the Trump Tower meeting I had an opportunity to talk to somebody about it who was in the meeting. The joining us today to talk about his new book, Popstars pageants and presidents, how an Email trumped my life is rob Goldstone. Rob welcome to Miller. She wrote. Nice to seek, rob. I wanted to ask you about your book here. I've I've gone through what I've read it. And I just wanted to know what prompted you to write it. What what started you off on this path? You know, a lot about that. And the answer is always the same to me. Which is I wanted to know shoot not to tell my story, and some people listening my thing. Well, we've read you story million times. And that's why I wrote sit idle so read the story of who I was supposed to be or who I was what people thought I was a million times. And I wanted to tell the real story and tell it with my own voice. And I decided the best way to do that was to write the books. So that's what I did. So in your mind on that on that thread, what is what are some of the main differences between you, and what kind of the perception of you has been in the media? What are some of the main differences? You've noticed. Well, you know, again, I'm not sure how much of it. You seem probably quite a lot. But I've been cold everything from, you know, a hub of the Kremlin Putin's puppet to a democratic plans somebody that represents fusion GPS somebody that was put that by Hillary's campaign to these stabilized Donald Trump, I've been cold a clown and idiot a fool of of that. So those are some of the things, but one of the things that consistently seem to to go through the especially when I met people from people with this idea, they would say to me, well, are you happy? Now, you know, you'll candidate you go from life. You have him in the White House. I never voted for Donald Trump. I never supported Donald Trump. So I suppose that the biggest misconception for me that people had was somehow. I was a champion of Donald Trump. Okay. Well, let's see if I can ask you a few questions, maybe we can set the record straight. Of course, you know, my podcast here. Our podcast is Muller. She wrote..
"jukes" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote
"The filing by Muller used popadopoulos his own tweets against him saying the reason he wants a continuance is because he feels the entire investigation has been very unfair to him Muller also points out that regardless of the outcome of the Miller case popadopoulos signed a waiver that he can't appeal and he lied to the FBI, and he's agreed to go to jail for it. So he's not even going to jail for collusion. He's going to jail because he lied to the FBI, and he agreed to go to jail. So Moeller's appointment has no bearing on his jail sentence. At all one hundred percent. Sure. The judge will deny popadopoulos his motion he'll have to report to jail tomorrow. Monday to serve his fourteen days. Also, keep your eyes peeled for a mega story coming out about popadopoulos this week. There's. Going to be huge pop it up beans, and I can't tell you anything about it. But I have a source to put some beans on it. I hope it's not Tom Arnold related. Yeah. Apparently, Tom Arnold paid for Manji onto ticket to wherever. So that she can be there when he when he goes to jail for those fourteen long days, it's fourteen days ghetto, right? Pasqua boat. Hor hate that. And that's I apologize to horse because AMB boats, they deserve that and boats disturbed better boats rights. They do. They're like sorry. If I could sink this one, I would but. Everyone's on this thing. Ship a fool's. Oh, all right. You guys tell you what? We'll be right back. Hey, a molar junkies. This episode is brought to you by skill share. It's an online learning platform that has over twenty thousand classes.
"jukes" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote
"Also, Tuesday Muller filed a three thousand word document in the secret subpoena battle going on in the DC appellate court. That's been running parallel to the Andrew Miller subpoena battle no further. Details have come out other than it's three thousand word document, but oral arguments begin in open court December fourteenth, and we'll keep you posted on the the disposition of that cases it unfolds. So I don't know if you guys remember not. But to give you context Andrew Miller, who's a stone guy. He's one of his scheduler. But he's not, you know, now, he's like a house painter in Cleveland or something he he basically resisted the subpoena to appear before the grand jury and then asked the court to hold him in contempt. So that he could appeal Muller's constitutionality, and that's been Morgan its way up through the courts. And it was Miller's case where where the judge asked for a brief about how Whitaker would affect the case and Muller came in and said, I got the power of US attorney. It doesn't matter to me having nice day. That's the Miller case. And then there's a second subpoena battle of some people thought, it might be Trump or Kushner, I thought it was credit co we still don't know. But apparently, there was a three thousand word document filed by Muller in that case this week. So we'll keep you posted. Then we got big news Tuesday that Trump had asked the Justice department to prosecute Hillary Clinton and James Comey and illustrate what a big deal. This is one of the articles of Nixon's impeachment was his improper use or abuse of executive power to punish his political opponents when he tried to get the IRS to go after Democrats now here, we have a president blatantly asking main Justice to prosecute those. He sees his political enemies. Trump told Mcgann last spring he wanted to order the Justice department to prosecute Clinton and Komi, according to two sources familiar with the conversation and the New York Times reported that Mcgann rebuffed Trump saying he had zero authority to give that order. And even if he could it would bring up serious questions about abuse of power, then Mcgann wrote a memo to the president warning Trump that if he gave that order he could face. A number of consequences. Not least of all impeachment. Mcgann Muller has that memo, by the way, Mcgann pointed out that to his knowledge Trump never actually gave the order to anyone at Justice. But there are reports that he continued to speak about appointing a second special counsel to investigate Clinton in Komi and even repeatedly expressed disappointment in his FBI director Christopher Ray for not pursuing the matter calling him weak. Trump also raised the possibility with Rosenstein and Trump's lawyers also asked Justice to investigate Komi for mishandling the Clinton case, but they all declined to when the craziest part is that he pressed Whitaker who at the time was sessions chief of staff to give him to give him to give him information on the Clinton investigations. He was like you median side information on Clinton, and this is just another example of blatant obstruction of Justice by Trump and at this rate. He needs to stop obstructing Justice who Muller can finish his report. I think he's still going to subpoena Trump for obstruction questions if he hasn't already and speaking of how long the investigation could go on. According to Bloomberg news, Senator bursts says it's going to take the Senate Intel committee at least six months to write and declassify their report on Russian interference. So the investigation is going to go on well into twenty nineteen. It's not going anywhere. So please keep listening. Tell.
"jukes" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon
"And I thought I was going to like we manner and I was single at the time. So I was like, oh, we like we met each other, but then it was complete opposite a little bit for for her. If she liked, you can wing manage other. I would be like I say that that was this was all in my head. I sometimes with not being aware of that kind of stuff. I'm pretty oblivious. I used to be for a while and I think now I'm okay. I always give people the benefit of that. Like of course they're not going to be like. That I've always done that and it's been, it's caused a lot of problems. Yeah, sometimes I'll go on a date, not knowing if it's a date. Yes, that's weird. We should know. We should know by now now I think I've learned my lesson. Yeah. I go on, sometimes I go and half dates, and then I'm I like. I think our day on the other end, but for me it's not a date, but it is a day, but I tell myself, it's not so in the end, like there's no kiss and it's like, okay, bye. Yeah. So anyway. I hate, you know what I hate when when both parties know it's date and one person wants to kiss and then you don't. And you're like, for some reason, I feel like I need to even though I know that I don't and I'm forced to, but I'm like, that is weird, especially for women thing. Yeah, I would. I would do kiss on the cheek if I didn't wanna kiss my day and they wanted to cast like if they went in so easy just to like there's always like an awkward lick half step forward, and I'm like, okay, it is. I wish it could just be a verbal like, hey, do you wanna kiss or not, but then there's not romantic. You're at least sparing their feelings in the moment. Yeah. It makes you feel bad. Don't do that. Yeah. If kissing doesn't mean anything to you, like for sure. I mean, that's kinda the nice thing like just so that you don't hurt anyone's feelings, but then it's like if if that means to if they're doing, don't give your integrity for it. But like if there's a chance to get out of it, I will try my best. I'm just thinking movie moment like, yeah. Slow. In a friend told me about this girl that he was at a bar with and they were all drinking, and then he leans in for a kiss and she leans back hinges on her. Back in there, just suspended in the air for a little bit just staring. And then they go upright again and then just start talking again. That's like Jukes no talking and then coming right back up and doing the conversation my heart. Oh, so did you see the Knicks game on Thursday. That's the external dialogue is that the internal dialog balking idiot, go for. For another hour and a half. To light going in for a kiss would probably be scary. Have you ever been on a day and went in for a kiss and a girl didn't receive it. All right. Mr. confident. Well, I haven't. Yeah. No, it's not like it happens all the time..
SyFy Faceoff Special Effects Make Up Artist Walter Welsh Interview
"Hey, listen. All right. Welcome to another addition of talk nerdy to me. Troy Troy. Stagner I have my cogos here. Trevor Cooper. Good morning Selo nerds, and we had the distinct pleasure of interviewing Walter Welsh from season ten and thirteen faceoff how you doing today. Walter. Doing great glad to be here and we're happy to have you told us before we started, if you nothing was off limits. So. Now we're dot to doing thing hard to you. So. Oh, good. Let's start with some some simple stuff. Here. I'm reading some of your history here says you were a college football athlete. Can you tell us a little bit about that? Yeah, I, I played football pretty much most of my life and I eventually went on and played a Juku junior college played for a year and a half there. And so I- tore my ligaments in my hand and decided to hang the cleanup. Can you tell us which juke? Oh, it was. Yeah, I played for Diallo valley college in. California in the bay area. And and what position did you play? I was outside linebacker was kinda like a stud baecker. So I just read quarterback at outside contain. You got to do all the fun stuff. The fun stuff without all the crazy middle responsibility. Yeah. And also says you were into competitive bodybuilding. Yeah, right after I tore my ligaments in my hand, I had to wear a club for for football and that's kinda why stop playing just I don't know how guys can do is really difficult and ended up gaining like a bunch of weight. I- ballooned up to like two hundred eighty pounds, and I just hated the way I looked and someone told me I should try to lose weight by shooting for like a competition. So slowly I walked a bunch of weight and I went from a hundred two hundred eighty pounds to down to like one eighty nine and I competed in bodybuilding. And then I continued to do that for another three or four years for years total. So how'd you make the jump from that to to art because then you've got into some portrait painting, assess. Yeah, I I had always been into art. I took like there was like a college elective course in high school called APR Neha in order to get into that, you had to take our every year. So I usually always took my elective in high school in our elective full of my parents are really artistic. So I kinda, I've been drawing because of them my whole life and my brothers super justic. So we've always been into art and onside decided I was done with sports other than bodybuilding was has always just been like a fun passionate hobby of mine. I follow sport and and I live the lifestyle as far as healthy eating and working out every day, but it was never something I wanted to like do professionally or anything. It was just a goal for me in the gym. Art was something that I've always really loved and wanted to pursue. So when I transferred from diabled alley college, I went to Cal State East Bay and I, I got my Arctic gre- there. And when I was there, I was doing portrait painting and airbrushing and stuff like that. And then once I was doing all the airbrush stuff, I, I actually saw the show face off and to be honest before the show, I didn't know too much about special effects. I knew of like STAN Winston and dick Smith, but I didn't know too much about the grades or any other thing besides those two and the work that like STAN Winston had done in the dick Smith, Donald exorcists and stuff. And from there, I just really started taking passionate and researching and watching things and reading things and kind of all went towards that direction from there.
"jukes" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Three pounds trunks for legs. You know, I see Barry Sanders, typo potential. Maybe who knows when you saw them how juke the Browns. When they played over week about a week ago. So we get it. We understand the saquon balk via special. We look at it and we say, okay, huge expectations for the New York Giants. Our challenge all, tell me what they should be. Because Eric flowers are still let you right tackle your -fensive line. This will in the end is that you got that you draft it. He's a stub. We'll see what he does. Nate soldier you got over from New England. We will see we know what he can do. The offensive line is expected to be better. We'll see how that materializes. But obviously the Philadelphia Eagles the reigning defending Super Bowl champions wit Carson and went expected to return at some point early in the season is a plus, and they're predicted to be the ones that are going to win the NFC east. Do you believe that the New York Giants are going to be better than the Dallas Cowboys. Dez Bryant is gone. Jason witness gone. You have more athleticism and more speed at the white out spots would still experience dudes like Beasley and Terrance Williams still there you gotta Zeki Elliott not expected to be suspended, so he's going to be around for all sixteen games. Presumably Dak Prescott looks better with him on the football field with them. So you really, really sure that you want to give the giants to edge when ally manning is thirty seven years of age when Odell Beckham junior hasn't been hit yet and you wondering what you know is going to be like for him. Once he steps on the football field, sterling Shepard. It's got a lot of promise. He's still growing. Ingram has a lot of promise. He's still growing saquon Barkley ain't too complicated to know how to run the football and catch passes out of the backfield to make things happen with your legs, but that offensive line and Eli manning is not a question for y'all, that defense for the New York Giants which Baker Mayfield fresh out of college was picking apart a little bit and tyrod Taylor was doing before him. That doesn't concern. You concerns me. Concerns me. But I'll also bring this subject about the giants which also has something to do with their Los Angeles Rams, which also has something to do with the Oakland Raiders..
MoviePass' owner is trading at an all-time low, days after a drastic 1-for-250 reverse stock split
"A quick hit on something. We saw this week that we liked. I don't want to give too much away, but they will involve genetic data in an ostrich coat. Okay. This week we saw the demise of movie, pass a much loved if perhaps overly ambitious service that allowed people to see a lot of movies for not a lot of money and Jemima even tracking the kind of rise and fall. This company. What happened? Exactly. Indeed on. It's been a very sad tale. Actually, a lot of people have been morning, the kind of death of movie pass positioning as sort of robinhood allowing us to financing on movie habit needs. How much was it was nine ninety five a month? Yes. So in August of last year they made the watershed price cut from fifty dollars to nine, nine thousand five, which within one year got one point, five million. Subscribes to the platform. Everyone couldn't believe that a lot. And for good reason, really, I've been always a little bit skeptical as a subscriber myself. I think a lot of people have been skeptical plus they had some difficulty rolling it out. People didn't get their cards. It's been around since twenty eleven naturally. It's the product of co, founder of net flicks Mitch Lowe. And so in two thousand seventeen, once they made that move, everyone flocked to the platform. And unfortunately, it just was never economically sustainable that paying out of pocket to finance us going to the movies, weird their revenues, good. Any other revenues aside from the membership fee? Not that I know. So they cut the prices. Everyone flocked to the platform and they have just been burning through money everson's and in may they filed those regulatory filing that talked about how the parent company had, essentially, no money left. It costs twenty one point, seven million dollars to operate that platform. And we saw the end nearing on Thursday. When movie goes, were attending the theater and movie pass, wasn't able to afford that tickets anymore. And my question was, if movie pass, isn't able to do it. Why are we seeing so many copycat class pass bullpen coming out of the woodwork now and how those startups doing what movie past couldn't do in? What's the answer to that? Well, the answer is that they're not doing it right. Nobody is able to operate an unlimited platform in the way that movie passes been doing. They all. Kind of lock into the the phenomenon of the unlimited past promise. All you can eat model. Yeah, the invest is love and they mock it that platforms that way. But none of them actually have that breakdown and the parent company is publicly traded. Yes, halio Matheson. Yeah, that publicly traded and they just just before they close the announced a two hundred fifty. Two one reverse stock split. So that is to say, if the if the if the shares were trading at a dollar, a share of the next two hundred fifty dollars a share, which I've been following markets professionally for several decades and I can't ever remember seeing a two hundred fifty. Two one reverse stock. Split it whiffs a bit of desperation. The stock split self as an uncommon as youths said, but that that level is definitely our cry for help. They have no money. They took out a loan to finance that that business last week and they've just been flailing ever since. And Mitch Lowe sent an Email to the subscribers few days ago actually saying that they're going to have to raise their prices. So what what did we learn? Are there other ways? Do you think that the all you can eat model could be adapted to make it more competitive. Not not all you can eat. It just doesn't work the the startups. I spoke to the ones that are actually sustainable was called kid pass. It was founded in twenty thirteen and they go off a credit based system what you pay fifty dollars for ten credits and you can get unlimited kids activities. Another, I spoke to juke Louis, which is another New York based dot up. They they started as a twenty five dollars unlimited concert. So very similar, a similar model to movie pass and they very quickly adopted into a tiered pricing system..
"jukes" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"It's one of those contrasts that make city special, and I think it does work in Lisbon and bury. It seems to me that Lisbon is very resilient city because you know, couple of decades after the earthquake, they also have been invaded by the French. What can you tell us about that? That's true. I think that comes down a lot to the Portuguese people. People of the city of Lisbon, as I say, my Lisbon's as much as anything. It's a mood. As a way of being in life is an attitude and that comes from the local people. If you know the Portuguese, anyone knows the Portuguese knows how legend in the legendary, how how hospitable, how friendliest have play nice they are, and I think what is Sean through all through Portuguese history is the way that these people have managed to bounce back every time. As you said, Napoleon's armies in the early nineteenth century Napoleon's came in occupied Lisbon and large parts of Portugal didn't work very well because the Portuguese don't take comedy to that kind of thing that very friendly. But if you tried on their toes, they can blow the top. So they didn't very well to the French and with British help the help of the who who would become Duke of Wellington managed to push them out. So it was another episode where they survived unflushed afterwards. And if we look at the different kind of tyranny and something that's kind of seems extraordinarily recent in some ways. And that's the military dictatorship of the twentieth century Barry to ask you about that. And it's funny, I suppose somebody's, I don't know what you'll view. This would be to reflect that dictates you came to an end relatively recently into evening of your arrival in the city which is roller extraordinaire. If you look back now, what impact did that have on that same on that character on the spirit on the spirit of the city. Like, yeah, well, it's the military taste started in late nineteen twenties, and then we got a dictator setup. Call Antonio Salazar basically, Portugal have Salazar while Spain, how general Franco's pretty much the same Iberian dictators tater ship was finally toppled only as recently as nineteen seventy four in the carnation revolution, which was an army coup, but unlike most hummy coups the didn't sees power. They turn the country into a democracy. Oddly enough, the nobody likes to talk about Salazar import. You'll these days he's sort of someone is the embarrassment is the the old relation. No-one likes to mention, and so he's been sort of swept aside those big attempt to sort of scrub has been clean of any mention of Salazar. But of course, for four decades in power, a huge impact is regime was called the new states had a huge impact on the city's architecture layout, including the first bridge over the river Tegas, which bears remarkable similarity to the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco is actually built by the American bridge company when I arrive. Then as I say, nine hundred eighty six Portugal, just join the European Union or the European Economic Community as it was then called alongside Spain, and that then sort of catapulted the city into a whole new phase of regenerate and huge investment with a huge new bridge across the TAY with the biggest in western Europe. Lots of facelifts of these older buildings downtown. So a lot of worry about the city losing its character. But it really hasn't happened because the poor are just as they always were various delight to speak with you. And Queen of the history of Lisbon Barry's book, which I should say very, has a very charming cover. If forgive me for butchering the. Language, it's sort of as you tiles, isn't it? That's the hand painted tiles. That's right. It's a thing of beauty in terms of its contents and interns appearance, and I encourage our listeners to track down copy Barry. Thanks so much for joining us from Lisbon and thank you..
"jukes" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"Phil, welcome. Hi, thanks to having reprising occasional role as the CEA of the week ahead. Yeah, lots of pressure because the usual about chair. The recent keeping is none other than he's in the dentist chatter and Bill. I'm very curious because I did not do any research what's happening next week. Let's roll today. Happy. Birthdays are in order. NASA is sixty started by President Eisenhower in nineteen fifty eight. Specifically in a like this. He wrote this in for Pete well for civilian, which he means peaceful exploration of space. Don't take guns into space. I think that was his main message. And what's being done to equation? Is there much big cake shirt like a rocket? Why that they're gonna fly cake shapes rocket into space. They do send. I've seen a pint space. I could send a cover, go to be on as quite young was expecting them to be more than six years old when you think. Yeah, it was expecting like eighty. Something in fact is interesting about that is and then what just a decade and change later during the moon. Bang that didn't take long. It's amazing really Bill item to should. We've onto the ASEAN summit which is taking place in Singapore, the foreign ministers of lots of southeast Asian nations are coming together to discuss. Well, you know, there's lots of summits we've taught a monetary for about how they're maybe slightly too many, but I think this one, these feel like that is a busy gender. Yeah. This year is terrific, but these countries Cambodia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand. They are in a similar place unlike bricks, which is kind of dispersed across the world. They're all sort of in the same place. Economically. The theme of this year's summit is resilience and innovation, which I think both qualities we could all do with certainly probably more of the old friend. You which other at this stage? Yes, mostly there was the the Malaysia we're going to start taking. A bit more of a backseat with the new government, but they've come and said, we're still committed. Don't worry. We are going to look elsewhere as well, but like ASEAN is our is our thing. Obviously, one of the big topics, the South China Sea. What I was gonna say, this is slightly one of those meetings where potentially the biggest actors. The future are not going to be around the table butts and this is what I wish more people in international diplomacy would bear might say that I'm talking to people like Donald Trump because everyone's don't. That doesn't mean there's no value in getting together. Many heads are better than one seven expression, especially when going up against China, you can coordinate your your your position such so many very complex namic supply. It's going to be a good thing to get round table summit else for us. Bill on Friday is international bid day. How does one take parts just by getting involved drinking? It's a colobus celebration of beer taking place in pubs breweries backyard's all over the world. It's a day of Bill of everywhere to raise a toast to our Bruce and bartenders I can get over that the purpose of IBD that's what they call it. If you're in the beer biz is three fold together with friends and enjoy the deliciousness is beer to celebrate the dedicated people who brew and several bay and to. Bring the world together in a source of summit to celebrate biz of all nations and cultures. Do you have a favorite going? I was going to ask what? What do you drink beer the you? Like? I mean, it's hard to go bad than Belgian. Isn't it? Just packed so much flavor and often quite alcohol into quite small space. We'll be the opposite. I like very light with no flavor from the Mediterranean usually stains paying for my beer. Okay. But that's because it's hard. You need to be refreshed. You would just want to let not even a half pint, maybe less interesting changes the drinking dynamics. You begin to realize how you get such regional disparity because we've been on the end of almost unprecedented run of credit be hot, whether in London town I might. I think my pilot is shifting mortar holiday holiday because I wouldn't normally dream of a logger unless I was on the continent, and then..
Eating Nuts May Improve Sperm Count And Motility
"Got understand back in the in the sixties along the boardwalk in asbury park this this club music was just cascading out of all of these clubs that were down there and everybody was kind of in their formative years springsteen was in his formative years the reigning acting new jersey at the time were the four seasons and southside johnny and the asbury jukes were as big in that area that part of the beach the jersey shores what they call it they were as big as bruce springsteen springsteen would write for southside johnny at southside johnny would write for springsteen and they would share they would actually share talent for example clarence clements he might play for southside johnny on a saturday night after playing for springsteen on a friday night they would literally being clubs or white across the boardwalk each other say miami steve van zandt was the guy that produced all of southside johnny stuff but there was a a turning point in the music there springsteen went more of a guitar driven and southside johnny warwick with a horn driven and of course springsteen exploded and the horn driven that you hear here really didn't really take off in the early seventies it did for southside johnny because he had dates out you know from here to there that he could've played and he did he made a lot of money but he never really exploded on the national scene springsteen of course is a completely different story and it it came to pass maybe ten years after after all of that that a group called huey lewis and the news came along and of course they were a horn nebraska driven group very much do on to like this music here too and i asked him i said did that bother you at all it it didn't never really tell you know man i made a lot of money right and so on i made a lot of money playing clubs it's it's it's all cool he springsteen her to this day along with miami steve van zandt and a lot of the guys that that were in both bands including the late clarence clemens were wrong good friends and if you if you just i do because ended us but if you just look at the members of the group the eastern fan and whose common gone the members of this group and there have been a lot of players that have come and gone with the as aspirated uk's you'll see a lot of cross pollination between the two but that's what that is just really good beach music and we could use a beach around here it was not in the brochure they told me what i came here there was a beach what are you gonna do a by the way you know if you're lying around the house today and you don't really want to go outside and you're wondering yourself how do you think i could become more fertile and perhaps become apparent i saw something here that may be of interest to you i don't know it was of interest to me not that i'm trying to become a parent again but apparently eating nuts stop it like i'm talking about cashews and almonds peanuts eating not significantly boosted the number and health of sperm and young men they've done a scientific trial and the findings quotes support a beneficial role for chronic nut consumption in sperm quality the potential benefits of nuts for men struggling with fertility have yet to be probed but one hundred and nineteen men between the ages of eighteen and thirty five were divided into two groups one group eight sixty guam's grams because it was conducted across the pond sixty grams of almonds hazelnuts and walnuts daily on top of their usual western style diet while the second group got no nuts no nuts for you all the soup nazi after fourteen weeks the nut group quote had significant improvement in their sperm count vitality motilal that would be movement because those things wanna get motel and morphology which is the shape see what you're learning here today because what's his name is on vacation that was called him something else besides that so anyway the results were consistent with sperm improvement observed in other studies that looked at diets rich and omega threes antioxidants and vitamin c e n selenium ncaa and all that other good stuff so apparently if you'd like to become a parent and it's apparent that something you wanna do one would suggest to you that you dine on nuts seven four nine seven thousand one.
U.K. Medical Staff Who Treated Ex-Spy And His Daughter Did Not Expect Them To Survive
"That was retired south korean lieutenant general in bonn shown speaking to us from seoul now hospital staff who treated the poisoned russians sergei and yulia scrip hall have been speaking to the bbc about the incident the father and daughter were found on a bench in the city of salisbury and taken to salisbury district hospital senior sarah clark was one of the first to treat them i was this is in charge of the shift the evening fats and circe were admitted point we were let's believe that they had taken an overdose so there was no no mention of nerve agent poisoning they were needing the support was breathing and support with their cardiovascular system i did have concerns because always see when they first came in there was no indication of the fact that that was an agent and therefore we take our normal protection when any patient comes in but would have not at that point taken any extra precautions in terms of protecting ourselves senior sarah clark will nursing director lorna wilkinson said the scale of the threat became a concern when a policeman who had helped the script halls was admitted with similar symptoms i suppose a key marker for me was when the pc was admitted with symptoms there was a real concern as to how how big could this get have we just gone from having to index patients having something that actually could become all consuming and involve many casualties because we really didn't know at that point well doctors took expert advice from the nearby porton down research facility dr steven dukes and intensive care consultant at the hospital said that this made a difference the expert advice we had outside the hospital would it was very clear that the clinical decisions were ours but we weren't being foolish not to take their advice which we did and i think that helped and we were dealing with unknown i believe this was certainly in this situation the first of its kind i think we'd all agree that we were exceptionally surprise pleasant surprise to see the recovery happen and at such a pace when it did happen is explain that was dr steven jukes in intensive care consultant at salisbury district hospital you can hear more from the hospital staff on the bbc news website bbc dot com forward slash news the.
"jukes" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?
"And he's not a sky cab yet juke law in this movie is like what if a cartoon character came to life and was the star of the movie it's that like why would argue lane is more interesting than him his plane does more cool things than joop law does thought doesn't have any the hour the villain is more interesting than jude law is and he died twenty years ago well what the better than a villain that is already deceased what are we doing to what end and why is happened to the other that rhyme can we do if so who tell me i would like to feel them for the fact that i had to watch this movie you know i was thinking about this so the whole thing the whole thing about this movie was there was a short six minutes short that looked just like the film and now and the movie was six minutes long yeah like an hour and why didn't you let us watch that one i know it was somewhere between six minutes and thirty two days so this is by the way like just gonna way during this move so this movie is my jacob's ladder scenario that's what i that's what i assume i deserve so basically like you look at this movie short film it looks just like you know it looks just like the movie and they do the whole thing in six minutes seven yeah right and so someone said let's make that a movie and i thought oh this is like the pixels of nazi frodo pixel yeah right because people saw pixels that's really cool let's make a movie no let's not wait wait pixels short yeah a really cool looking short and they're like let's now have like josh gad fuck pacman like i mean.