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Seattle Mariners prepare for 2021 season opener tomorrow

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:35 sec | Last week

Seattle Mariners prepare for 2021 season opener tomorrow

"And Giants workout at Seattle's T Mobile Park this afternoon ahead of the 2021 regular season opener tomorrow. Manager Scott Service set of bruised knee bone will put the starting center fielder Kyle Lewis on the 10 Day injured list, his spot taken by Taylor Trammel service, also juggling the pitching rotation. You say Kikuchi throws in Game two, James Paxton pushed back until the White Sox series. Most major league ballparks are allowing fans to attend at limited capacity, ML commissioner Rob Manfred says As more folks give the covert vaccine, he can envision filled stadiums by mid season.

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A Coronavirus Care Package: Care For Yourself, Others and Still Have Fun

Bay Curious

06:31 min | 1 year ago

A Coronavirus Care Package: Care For Yourself, Others and Still Have Fun

"I'm not usually an anxious person but these last few weeks have really tested that I'm having to learn a lot of new self care skills to stay productive and frankly to stay happy nasty. Ivanovskaya has been my guiding for how to keep chill. She's an arts and culture editor at Kikuchi and asked her to share some tips. Welcome NASTYA thinks Alluvia. Okay so let's get into your tips. What do you think are the most important things that people can do to basically just keep chill during the stressful time? Well a good one to start with is really limit. Your information taken your exposure to the news reader reliable fact based reporting to keep yourself informed like but don't feel like you have to read everything that's out there and especially if it's stressing you out and giving wings -iety feel free to take a walk. Read a book off your phone. Your computer turn off notifications and just take a break. I saw advice somewhere to try to limit what you were doing after eight PM and at least last night I slept great. I didn't wake up with anxiety dreams or anything like that so so that was a piece of advice that worked for me. That's a super good tip to all right. So what else do you have for us? So there's only so much time you can spend sitting down. Just make sure to take walks outside. Run if you can also hiking is still allowed as long as you stay at least six feet away from other people and then also there's such a wealth of Free Yoga and fitness classes on Youtube to take advantage Speaking of Yoga these are really high anxiety times for people. And there's a free meditation really like to use called inside timer. I love free resources now. Aside from sort of you know taking time to meditate. What if I'm just missing people in my life so just for socializing definitely? Don't forget to schedule. A facetime call. Zoom calls with your friends. Some of my friends have been getting really creative on it. Like I have a few friends that had Kariuki on zoom. I WANNA do have parties with my friends. You can also do a book club where everyone reads the same book or even watch the same movie and talks about it on facetime but also don't forget to check on people that might be isolated whether they're sick or elderly were they have an immune disorder or another underlying condition. That makes it especially risky for them to go outside right now. Call those people. Make sure that they know that you're thinking about them. Maybe even offer to bring them supplies a few cannon. If that's safe and take people up on their offers to help to don't feel like you have to do it all on your own. Yeah there are some really amazing stories out there of neighbors helping neighbors and I WANNA pause real quick to share a story from Berkeley of two people who have found that even in catastrophe you can grow closer together. I'm in my eightieth year. I'm trying to ease into it. Gradually accept nothing is easy right now. Believe me there was a general location that was provided in the clearing house spreadsheet but it did not have an address site had to do a little bit of smoothing. I'm Laura X from The women's History Library and the national clearinghouse marital and date rape. Hi I'm eager trickled in Berkeley and I'm also one of those folks with the compromised. Immune System I was trying to figure out how I could be a net positive for my community and I went through the list of neighbors. Cool ask for various kinds of support and just in case. I ended up sending each of them an email. I began to remember standing there in the eighth grade. Waiting to be chosen at a dance conduct the horror of that. Oh God all those terrible school girl memories we're coming back and then any Gore stepped up turned out that she is quite a legend and a telltale sign was that she had her own wikipedia page. She has been an icon of the feminist movement. I have been very moved and so many people just moved to tears by people's offered all we ended up getting for about two weeks or of supplies and leave. Were able to still exercise the six feet of prescribed social distancing at the door. We ended up having a really great conversation on the porch of her house. I actually have been to where he was born in Ukraine and so it was all kind of fun for me. That just goes to show sometimes small acts of kindness. You might end up meeting lifelong fans people. I thought to myself. Wow a lot of people in Burghley. Ten meet this way. Cigarette thing made me feel better. It gave me a sense of larger purpose. Really really special. And you know you don't really quite know how to articulate the Malays until something different happened. There are hundreds if not thousands of neighbors just like the Internet has been really helpful for these kinds of efforts but eager says they're trying to figure out ways that they can let neighbors who aren't online know that they have support nearby. Okay Nasty. I know you've got one more tip for us. Yes just make sure that you're doing stuff to keep yourself stimulated an occupier brain. I personally love to listen to podcasts. Snap judgment is one of my favorites. It's a storytelling show. That does not have to today's news so it's a good way to get your mind off things also to a great chance to learn a new skill or training new craft crossword puzzles or games. And then there's a free APP Be where with your library card. You can borrow you. Books audiobooks and also a lot of artists are getting on instagram. Live till five stream. There are concerts or sometimes classes like the indie rock artist. Talent the get down. Stay down as having a instagram. Live sessions for kids this week. It seems like every hour. I'm seeing something new and cool that people are doing to create online community and offer something positive for others.

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"kikuchi" Discussed on Baseball Things

Baseball Things

09:55 min | 1 year ago

"kikuchi" Discussed on Baseball Things

"He's really good at assessing. This is what this profile is worth. This is how we talked about being able to evaluate away markets. You you get a scouting director who can evaluate yet. I I know all the pundits out there are saying this guy's the top ten pick. There's no way he goes. It's up that Scott Hunter so he kind of learned from some of those pro scouts. In some of those ops people in front office you watch Marco Gonzalez on a regular basis. You see see this guy. He makes his he mixes a mixed thinking. Damn what if we could send him to gas cap and four or five miles an hour. Well how about we just go draft those. Yeah I mean. It's we see these guys who who have three pitches and what that really means is they have two and a half so when you get you draft a guy that has four pitches. You're really seeing two really really good pitches. A third average pitch in fourth pitch. That could be something. You still have a leg up on the three pitch guys it makes you wonder about the history or the future of Sheffield done. Because is there. I don't think they even have do there there. Do they even two and a half pitch guys. You even see them. Getting to four pitches. They're not even certainly not four right. Certainly not for unless cutters become part of it which could for both guys especially Sheffield kind of I have. I still feel like if everything hits right and they develop starting pitching that that maybe even even this part of the plan. It's on that whiteboard. I talk about that at some point. Those guys go to the pattern that helps fill out that whole staff if I had to put a percentage on it I'd say Justin done spends spends more time in the bullpen as Seattle Mariner. Then he doesn't a rotation Josh Hater type or closer ultimately seriously they do the Edwin. This is yeah this is gonNa Sound Lazy. But yeah he's Edmund Ds and he actually has experienced reliever coming out of college. He hasn't closer in college with questions. About how we could start. Yeah Ninety five and one hundred out of the pen The slider sharpens out of the pen. But he's so athletic and he has improved the third pitch. It's just going to have to come a long way. A in two thousand nine hundred nine for me to think this guy's a starter long-term but there's no reason to do that now to do the transition now no let them continue to win because they need them sometimes sometimes yes sometimes guys make that surprise you. We talked about BIEBER earlier in Cleveland. If the right guys you know looking over your shoulder and teaching you pitch grips and and working on your mechanics. Show you how to study and showing you how to implement film study results and putting them together in the bullpen and then taking that to the mountain games when you have the right guys doing that man anything is possible and with with Justin done it the way he didn't really show well September for me his. I don't want to call it an audition but his he was ninety. Two with the fastball. slider was okay but his his August in Arkansas. That slide was filthy and we didn't really didn't see a whole lot of that in in September and he was ninety three ninety four lot in August. I think he got a little. It'll time off and then got into some games in Seattle. Just you know he was tired now. I think he's a guy who because the changes probably never gonNA be great or at least early in his career isn't going to be great in the slider isn't exactly you know consistently wipe out. He's a guy who has to command the fastball. And he's going to have to throw night for if he's ninety one ninety two most of the time and he's not getting swings and misses. The fastball is not going to be there which is why everybody's like well he's bullpen guys. Bullpen guy and very well may be the case. We'll be talking about not that next winter. I think because that's probably win. That decision happens. But it's it's St Edmund. Es It's go nuts fella and go back to what you were doing and think fastball slider for the most part and just three can dominate. And they're going to be a really quick easy transition. He's got less less delivery issues by far then Edwin did that was Eddie as big thing. Legs and arms were everywhere else. Lanky and there were some arm slot inconsistencies. Just doesn't have that. I think the I'm not suggesting using guns going to have the year Diaz did last year really ever right. I was one of the better. You know. Years as a religious doesn't need due to succeed right. Never GonNa have that. You know everybody has never gonNA look like China. In this year. He was he was just as good as the as last year. And look at the step back. I saw him on a list the other day of guys that might be non tendered. It's crazy right. Rob Trade heartbeat. I can't remember what he's projected salary is but I don't care if it's ten million dollars I'm taking that guy a one year deal because he's probably gonNA bounce back. At least a little right I would take Edwin D. as in the same situation. If you said you can have Edwin D as but we need you to take ten million dollars in contracts. Do done. Because he's going to bounce back well it wasn't even really terrible. Well either no no. He was and he was expectations. And trying to live up to those. And all that. But it's I love talking about this stuff and I appreciate you me here because it's just so exciting to have so many guys to talk about half. I mean I remember when I first started. When did you launch prospect insider prospect insider launched an? Oh six it was oh six six. Oh seven because I remember the apartment I was living when I was start consuming it and I would read it every day and back then. There was a lot to read about literally five six years ago the mariners system got to a point. Where are I wouldn't even? I wouldn't even look at affiliate stats. There was no one to fall Iverson. Nobody will the guys they got in the system that we're worth following were rushed through the big leagues. Yeah yeah that was the the two thousand nine two thousand ten two thousand eleven two thousand twelve two thousand thirteen those draft classes. Yeah that was actually and SEGER occur and Paxton and Walker and Zeno and DJ Peterson and there were some scouting and draft mistakes in there but there were developed mistakes in there too where they couldn't help the players become what they will be just rushed him to the big leagues. Yeah there was a that was really dead period really amplified by the fact. There was no bulk behind them. Either at all I mean is we're talking about this. I'm thinking okay so yeah done can be your closer someday and I'm thinking about what other teams are doing and there aren't there's a handful of elite closers. You'RE NOT GONNA get one of those guys and so you go in a series as with a guy like Daniel Hudson who was a failed starter and and but has stuff and and then I'm thinking about our system and all the guys that are starters now but probably we don't project to be starters or at least not top rotation starters and there's so many more those guys now you know we can talk about guys like L. G.. Knew some pen Murphy. Talking Cardo Sanchez and guys like like that all day long because there's so many of a year or two we might be talking about the same. I know he's another favorite of yours. There's so many arms in the Sicily's throw him to get inside about Dear Cherry. Now please please put Ryan in men in the bullpen. You will he will be in the end. Make Matt Festival Star Star Equate Switch those two percent Matt Festa wherever you listen to the wrong play but one guy that killed actually feel bad saying that about math Festa so much. But it's I feel like going to manifest and saying you probably haven't heard this because you don't give a crap what I think you shouldn't but I've been saying this about you for a long time thoughts. It's I think he can start starting in college. You look he's got to change if he's got a he's got a pretty good slider fastball. Up to ninety three ninety four now that's just so ordinary out of the pen but Inman as a starter is ninety. Three Ninety Four. Just doesn't have the third pitch any money in the bullpen. Because I feel like the mariners have that kind of vision. You know there were guys that they took. WHO's the closer they took out of? Was the kid Outta eland that pitched with Kirby. Yes is this your and and they were working on him in the instructional league because the starter and like what they saw. There's another guy is. His name is escaping. But there there are guys that they That they were relievers and causing Collagen. They're making them starters and vice versa. They seem to have so much more vision now and be open minded about things like that right. I love to you get in what I was GONNA say was was in in a year we could be having the same conversation about Williamson in in The kid again. The kid from Campbell candidate for crying out loud. Yeah we could be having the same conversation about those two guys that were having on justice done right now and you give them a chance to start but you might wanNA throw throwing in the bullpen and the guy like I heard that a lot about Campbell and then I saw him pitching the college world series and I thought I want to give that kid every chance. Both of those guys are GonNa get chances and that's just that's how you do it You know you don't you. Don't pull the plug on somebody early. You'd rather wait a little too long. Give him a chance to start to finish the done. Sheffield part of this conversation. Though I think mcdon- spends more time in the bullpen. As as a mariner or even as big leader to be honest with you then he does in the rotation but in the opposite for Sheffield the reason is because I don't I don't think Sheffield has ninety five plus consistently. I don't think he has. No so he he away kind of turns into math. FESTA It's a little different. Because he's left handed so maybe can find some angles me really getting its lefties but Still GonNa have to be able to get right handers out on a regular basis and if you sit in ninety three doing that I'm just not sure you know that rule. Well it might actually be more worthwhile to continue to build him up as a starting pitcher but I hope he stays there. He's fun to watch his. I really I like him. I like him and I'm not. I'm not down on him a whole lot. Either you know. It's I'm a little for more word about done. As a starter I am about Sheffield in general but I think we're going to see a different justice Sheffield next year to We saw a different one last year. Things just fell. Apart from it Tacoma and when you execute pitches and the guys who fly ball and flies out of the Ballpark yeah you just throw your hands up. And that's what was happening to him and AAA so he goes to double and all of a sudden you know. He's a different guy. Granted when you make a mistake triple he's going to kill you. Anna W maybe not so the competition comes into play but you could watch those games on. MLB teaming go. Wow He's hitting spots like the catchers barely moving his glove and it's crazy so sheffield's got shot willing..

"kikuchi" Discussed on Baseball Things

Baseball Things

09:58 min | 1 year ago

"kikuchi" Discussed on Baseball Things

"On baseball in. This town is yeah this is what they do because they don't care or they're they're just not good and they don't separate the Jerry Dipoto regime. The John Stanton resign from the previous gentleman. And how many times you tell them and point out to them. These are different owners SA- different general manager. Sanjay it's as spoiled. As as we are seok fans we are damaged as mariner fans and that damage runs deep and and and more often than not when when I'm engaged with someone in debater conversation and typically were arguing about whether they're doing what they should be doing right now and and what path that the person that I'm talking to think that they should take to to get to where the seahawks are. Typically the anger really comes to the surface sits there. They're mad. Mariner fans are mad because they have tasted success and they've seen the seahawks go from worst first and then maybe some of them remember two thousand in two thousand one or even ninety five where they taste. I close got a taste of it but then they saw a parade and and then they see teams. It's like the nationals teams. Like the royals a few years ago that that have been doormats forever learning all day rise up the Astros lose one hundred games five years in a row and now they're winning the Games. So it's I get it I get it. I try to try to understand when I'm talking to one of those fans that that's their perspective. I've been there. I used to be a lot more emotional about my sports. I think I'm a little more balanced now with logic and reason and patients. I've become much more patient person in my old all days And that applies to my sports too and I've been I've wanted to rebuild for a long time a long time and actually you mentioned earlier but I went back wasn't sure I thought it was August of last year. They start my podcast but it was July and so I just hit play. I listened to the first two or three minutes and it was the first training I can't for the for the seahawks and the mariners were five games out of first place and a game and a half up on the as so if the playoffs. It started they. You were in a wildcard spot at that point so it was right before the collapse because I think we we we. So what you're saying here is that right. Is that what you're you're saying because I'm sure would love somebody else to blame. I'm surprised no one's picked up on eight. Yeah thanks for pointing that out on a much more circulated podcasts than my own. Because when I was a kid I used to think that way I remember one time turning on my parents had one of those giant like it. Radios were furniture back. Then it was huge console. And that's where I listened to the first game in mariners history with CEO. Again the mountain. And I remember turn on the Radio One day and it was. The Mariners had eight nothing And it was late seventies early eighties when they were just battle. They scored eight runs son's first of all but they're up eight nothing and then they immediately gave the lead away and I thought it was my fault like I thought I. Are you listening to. Yeah Yeah so I The the famous game in Cleveland in God I was twelve run then we were in a ESPN zone and I watched it witter aways in his. We walked into the sports bar. So Yeah I've played myself that I haven't thought about it until now but thanks for bringing we now return the favorites on blinds all star watching my mammy. It didn't help out hung on for a couple of weeks. And then there was that two-game set in San Diego in all kinds. Wait to act brutal. Yeah but But I remember like I think episode three was they need to tear it down and that means packs Indiana's and the whole thing and that was my question to you The decision to rebuild. Not just as soon as you because you already said you've been looking for that for a while and then I well. I've been looking for them to do it properly. Early right for it to to actually do instead of kind of sort of pretend and then take a bunch of shortcuts. Yeah because that's what I'm preaching for. I don't know birth seems like Ah I think that's the one thing that gets missed. The most in this conversation and the rebuild part of the conversation we've been rebuilding. No No. They haven't been in doing that. The Jackson was like Yeah Jack and they draft in as like. Yeah Okay Year. After Jack showed up the trade cliff Lee. And they signed Sean. Figgins how is that a rebuild eld. They were trying to take a short and get there quicker and it seems now. So if you were on board for the rebuild and you were probably onboard for the timing of the rebuild to it. Sounds like and correct me if I'm wrong but because before that season two seasons before because Jerry came here in winter offseason fifteen sixteen was the first year that that he was here. It didn't make sense to do it at that point because they had the contracts and you just weren't gonNA be able to to turn it over and and take advantage and then it seems you you know you wait till Edmond. Dias burst onto the scene and then boom you maximize the value of him and somehow also get rid of. Roy just seems to a little bit of this this this is you know twenty twenty hindsight but gosh it seems like Jerry Dipoto pick the perfect time to actually do it let alone the execution of it but the timing of it seemed to be about as perfect as you can expect you do it the year before you don't get anything like that for years and you probably aren't able to trade Robinson Cano at all no and I think you touched on it. There was some luck involved if you know if if Diaz hadn't been as good as he was because I think he was a key to this whole if you try to do this the year before and I believe in my heart hearts that Jerry Dipoto thought about it and talked about it with the staff and wrote some things on whiteboards. I think it was the plan when he first got award. I think it was. We're GONNA finest spot in the next three or four or five years here where we're going to be able to do some things and somebody's contracts tracks. We have it just so happened in right. Some luck happen. They're not just with Diaz that the Diaz thing and that Paxton had a relatively good and healthy season and and Ah Robinson knows former agent was hired as a gentleman. That certainly doesn't hurt. But it also coincided with Nelson Cruz his contract ending. Okay so it all kind of started the lineup and make perfect sense so while it was a little bit of luck there. There's no question at the beginning of this dipoto was like let's make the. Here's my thought thought my plan. Let's make the best of this as long as we can. We don't have a whole lot assets we're not GONNA be able to trade for Garrett Cole. We're not GONNA be able to trade for Chris Archer. We're not GONNA be able to go put us over the top over the top right. We'll do the absolute best. We can without mortgaging the future. Ticking off the fan base and then when it comes time will know and I think that's what happened in the second can half the two thousand eighteen season when they started a slide. Yeah I think you're right. Those conversations started. Okay here's probably what we're looking at this off season. I'll take it one step further. I think what we know now about Jerry. Dipoto how he thinks now operates because one thing I love about him. He's very transparent. He loves to talk about the process. He loves talk about his thought process. He doesn't give us everything. Obviously it gives us enough and I think when he took the job and took the job agreeing to try to compete. Ah immediately with the core that they had. I think he knew it wasn't gonNA work. And that there would be a time where he would get the opportunity to rebuild it properly. He didn't know if that would be one year. into the first. The first thing the ownership says when they get a GM because remember when Jerry was hired standing taking over yet so he wasn't the he wasn't the king in the room at the time Winter Turner remember though had the the wheels were turning. Yes yeah so I believe it was the following August when Stanton his group officially took over and Ellison and era excuse me Lincoln and that group stepped away but when Jerry was hired it was more of a a larger group kind of an effort. And here's what we're doing here. In Lincoln's the first thing they say is we're not rebuilding. Oh they taught him in there with whiteboard and so he asked that secondary plant so to speak so yeah. I think you're right. I think Jerry new I mean it doesn't take it doesn't take a genius to look at that roster and say they're not winning division here you might be able to sneak in and steal a wildcard right. Almost they almost did look good for a little while and they competed quote unquote a couple of those years. I don't think seventeen turned out real well but sixteen eighteen was okay. Some things worked at the biggest thing about Jerry Dipoto for me. Excuse my language to guy's got balls because one of the big criticisms of bill and Jackson Brunswick from from the folks that I talk to are never admitted mistakes until after they were not the general manager of the Seattle Mariners. But a general manager doesn't all the press conference ago. Hey Hey we made that Chris Taylor deal in. Yeah that was good we just wanted to share. That's how it works a Major League baseball any any business at when Jerry makes a mistake. He admits that's it by moving on the quickly. The player didn't work. Yeah move ought now eight Miley. Move on You know like why are we just going to try to force it so I can make myself look like we're trying to win games here. That might be the thing I appreciate the most about Jerry Dipoto. Yeah and and I. It's it's it's remarkable to look back now. Sixteen months. Well no no what am I talking about. It's November yeah. We're a year in November eighth. That Zunino was traded. I think last year so we're coming up on twelve months. It's it's remarkable and it's not just because I'm drinking the kool-aid like it's by there are tangible tangible. There's evidence there's a lot of in arguable evidence. It is an absolute that it's going to ultimately turn out the way we we all want to turn out the way. Jerry wanted to see the way the ownership wants to see it but there is inaugural evidence that so far. What's happened is pretty much all positive? It's for people that want to argue. They made a mistake and they're not doing it right. It's hard for them to stand on that podium and make that argument it's pretty easy to make the argument that things went. Well in fact I think you could make the argument that it went as well as.

Kikuchi, Baltimore And Crawford discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Kikuchi, Baltimore And Crawford discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

"On j p crawford at a career high four hits he drove in for runs you say kikuchi with his best outing in a month in the mariners wrapped of their home stand using the eight run third inning thump baltimore thirteen to three crawford lifting his average to exactly three hundred in his first season since he was acquired from

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"kikuchi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:46 min | 2 years ago

"kikuchi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"McConnell for Kikuchi. Thank you, Joe. And his report brought to you by Bela arm, coming up on Friday forum with Meena Kim in the first hour. It'll be about the New York Times op Ed yesterday where well should Facebook be split into separate company's Facebook cofounder. Chris Hughes wrote this op Ed, and they'll be discussion about that will address concerns about privacy and. Purity we'll see and then his mother's day weekend approaches, we'll hear from filmmaker and LGBTQ activists, Dustin Lance black. He has a new memoir mama's boy, you might remember doesn't Lance black. He's won the Oscar winning. He wrote the us for winning screenplay milk. So Friday forum coming up, and that's from nine to eleven whether wise fifty four degrees in San Francisco where socked in with a marine layer fog clearing later. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm no well, king and this morning. The trade war between the US and China escalated, the Trump administration more than doubled tariffs on two hundred billion dollars worth of imports from China US and Chinese officials held talks yesterday. But so far, no dice. They will be back at it again today though, and with us to talk about that as Robert daily, he's a China scholar at the Wilson center here in Washington DC, and he served his US diplomat in Beijing. He's with us in studio. Thanks for being here. Mr. daily could we back? All right. So the big question was would we see a deal or no deal? The Trump administration has the tariffs which would make you think no deal. But no one has stormed away from the negotiating table. So where does this stand? No one who stormed away and the new tariffs will only go on a fact on good, sir, leaving China today. So there is still a little bit of time. This look serious, but we're not yet. Sure that it isn't just negotiation theater. Both sides would still like to have a deal. For domestic reasons if they can get it. But it appears that China didn't fact tripe who walked back some of the commitments that had made a written agreement of one hundred and fifty pages. So the Trump administration was responding to something real it's not just brinksmanship. Well, let's talk about the walk back because we'd seen vague reports that China was renaming on something it had agreed to but not a ton of detail. What exactly did China say we don't want to do? Well, there's a technical side to this. And there's something of a cultural side the tactical side is that China. Not unlike the Trump administration is trying to get the best possible deal too that it can't do as little as possible to please Trump. So it's not unusual that they would try to walk back some of their agreements at the last minute. But the real issue is that they had agreed to make some structural changes difficult structural changes to the Chinese economy. And this involves things like decreasing subsidies to state-owned enterprises, more guarantees of openness to American companies protections for intellectual property. They did not like having those promises committed to paper in this one hundred fifty page agreement those have to be made public, and it looks like a concession to the Chinese people. Okay. So they didn't want to go. As far as the Trump administration wanted them to go at least not in writing. They would have preferred a gentlemen's agreement. They keep speaking sincerity Lil her the vice premier who's here now has repeatedly said I am here. Sincerely, which means trust me. And one of the things that means is as gentlemen as leaders. Let's not put all of this in writing. We'll see where that goes in response to the Trump administration raising the tariffs the Chinese government said I just a couple of hours ago, I believe it will take quote necessary measures. We don't have anything in the way of detail on what those measures will be. I wonder do you have a guess on what they might be. Well, they are running out of American imports on which they can do tit for tat tariffs. So they can they can do higher percentage of tariffs on those imports from the United States. They can also go after individual American companies that are very profitable in China. But they can't do. Oh, so without major costs to China if they were to go after say an apple or General Motors or a Starbucks. It would undermine their claim that China is increasingly open for business and as a good place to invest, so they don't get a cost-free retaliation to this. Is there any sign that China might just concede? Put it in writing do what the Trump administration wants. Well, no there is no sign of that yet. They cannot do everything with Trump administration wants because as we've discussed before we are asking for structural changes that are at the core of the Chinese communist party's governance of China. So that no they cannot do that. And they're entering remember a very sensitive political season. You've got the thirtieth anniversary of the tenement massacre coming up they need to look strong, Xi Jinping puts himself forward as sort of the all knowing all powerful leader of China, and he has to seem to be defending the interests of the Chinese people. So what are the risks to the United States have continuing to raise tariffs? If it doesn't push China to make it. Deal. Well, all of these tariffs cost to the American people. President Trump repeatedly says that China is simply transferring money to American coffers, but there are numerous academic studies which indicate that these costs are being born by the American importers and increasingly by American consumers and China's going to be very careful when it retaliates to target consumers and sectors in the United States that are supportive of President Trump. They've already done this in targeting soybeans. They're very deft politically that's still continue to do. So they they are going to make him politically play price and American consumers will pay us. Well, so play that out a little bit the price of my ex might go up. What is X so X, for example? It's been estimated that costs of apparel and clothing for a family of four could go up by five hundred dollars. If we put a twenty five percent tariffs on all remaining Chinese imports as has been threatened. If we not only raise the tariffs on this two hundred billion to twenty five. Five percent. But then go for the remaining three hundred twenty five billion that haven't had tariffs on them yet that hits everything all food all apparel. And it also hits things like technology, and hardware, we're talking about real money for American consumers negotiations. Do continue today. What do you expect to happen in them? Well, I still think it's likely that we will get something that is called a deal by the end of June. I think is more likely than not because President Trump for political reasons would also like to get a good deal. The stock market is going to have a strong response today against this. It's going to go down he won't like that. And we're entering the political season in which he wants to -bility. So I think a deal is more likely than not. But it will only be a brief hiatus in this term contentious U S China relationship, and then we just go back to this. That's right. Robert daily is a China scholar at the Wilson center here in DC. Thank you so much. Thank you..

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"kikuchi" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"kikuchi" Discussed on KOMO

"Illegal in the US and Canada, but the Canadian government calling the heroin crisis. A public health emergency gave special waivers for the Mobile's to operate. The US. Attorney is unwavering in his opposition to them a prepared to follow whatever decision is made in that case and apply to Washington. I'll have to look at it. Honestly, for example. I think they're hanging a lot of their. Defense on first amendment religious freedom city can't do that. But several members of the Seattle city council are determined to go forward the council having already set aside one point five million dollars to get a mobile up and running a day. That happens Moran says he'll take action if they stand up an injection site, if they have a mobile van out there, and it comes to my attention the direction we clear quick and consistent and stop it. And he's told Seattle city attorney in no uncertain words. I've told the city lawyer Pete Holmes don't go there. I meant it. I'm not someone who issues those statements cavalier lightly. And then Dan, I mean it now tomorrow in Seattle met Markevic, KOMO news ten ten times of chicken at the exterior sports desk. Major League Soccer today announcing tonight's match between Seattle and Colorado at Dick's sporting goods park in Colorado has been postponed due to inclement weather. So we will not see the debut of fifteen year old Danny Leiva who was signed to a contract yesterday. Dee Gordon and the Mariners getting back after it today in Kansas City after beating the Royal six three last night to extend. Their winning streak to four games and their season. Best record to eleven and two. They also have hit a home run in each of their thirteen games. As far a homerun tonight would tie. The major league record set by Cleveland of fourteen straight games to open the season set in two thousand two and the four game winning streak goes on the line tonight with Kikuchi on the mound for Seattle the masters par. Three contest today in advance round one tomorrow at Augusta. Rory mcilroy. The oddsmakers favored to win the green jacket, which exports attended forty path each hour on the home of the huskies. We'll update traffic and weather coming up President Trump says a complete shutdown of the US Mexico border. At least for the time being is off the table. But ABC's Jim Ryan in Texas says a historic surge arriving migrants is indirectly creating a bottleneck in trade between the two countries. Whether they're fleeing hardship in their own countries or seeking a better life in this one. The result is the same border patrol sector. Chief Rodolfo cash testified before the Senate homeland security committee on Tuesday that agents in the Rio Grande sector alone. Apprehended one hundred sixty five thousand. Undocumented immigrants in all of two thousand eighteen this year at this pace in my sector alone. We will have more than two hundred and sixty thousand branches by the end of the fiscal year. The administration says it has no choice but to reassign border patrol agents from truck inspection duty to caring for asylum seekers. That's forced the closure of some cargo lanes on the international bridges the last two weeks ready. There's been disruptions. David Benitez has his president of a distribution company that supplies nine thousand stores with popular Mexican food products. And each worried the we cannot stop the flow of goods completely destroyed. Not this rob it would completely destroy the economists in the short term, he anticipates price hikes for the goods imports and distributes. But it isn't just cargo traffic that's feeling the impact we're talking about the best drains. We're talking about bicycles buses Octavio signs is with the Texas Department of transportation, which is looking for a near term solution were also engaged with the fence on both sides of the border to see how. How we can improve this as a system reducing the impact on bridge traffic before the next surgeon migrant arrivals. Jim Ryan, ABC news, California, congressman Hannay conservative pundit got into a heated argument during a congressional hearing on online hate speech. It's pretty apparent that. Mr Liu believes that black people are stupid and will not pursue the full clip in its entirety. He purposely, presented an extract Nick strategy suspend for moment. Conservative commentator Candice Owens, accusing California Democrat Ted lieu of distorting comments. She made about Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler at a conference in December. Lou played a short clip of Owens, saying she doesn't have a problem with the word nationalism. And the problem with Hitler is that as Owens put it he wanted to globalize he wanted everyone to be German Owens, accused lieu of distorting her comments for the sake of a smear and must believe black. People are stupid own is black. You Senator December comments. She went on to call Hitler, a homicidal psychopathic maniac that killed his own people. And she said a nationalist would not kill their own people. Komo news time now ten thirteen as we bring you more of our top stories this morning, and this one about the measles, which continues to rise hundreds of cases reported in New York and beyond. Outbreak is so alarming to officials here in New York that in some areas, they're now mandating the vaccine and if people don't comply they could face fines up to one thousand dollars health officials now checking vaccination records, and it's not just here New York that people are concerned about this there hotspots popping up all over the country. We know in Washington state. They've also declared an emergency and her handing out free vaccines and unvaccinated students in some areas of Michigan have been told to stay home ABC's aerial Rousseff coming up after we check, traffic.

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Twitter yanks thousands of fake accounts

All Things Considered

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Twitter yanks thousands of fake accounts

"Siler Twitter and Facebook disclosed today, they coordinated to take down thousands of accounts mostly tied to Iran, but also Russia and Venezuela Kikuchi Silicon Valley editor Rachel myrow reports on the same day Twitter said it removes several thousand militias accounts. Facebook said it removed roughly eight hundred accounts pages and groups engaged in quote, coordinated inauthentic. Behaviour Nathaniel glacier is Facebook head of cybersecurity policy pages and these accounts up. Appear to be local voices. They use fake accounts to conceal their identity, and they would post new stories on current events and current developed so accounts pretending to belong to independent news outlets instead of say Iran's

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"kikuchi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"kikuchi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"He's got the latest MSA Rinaldo. They failed to win the belonged door, right? Yeah. Amazing. Because it's for the first time in ten years, literally. He's won five of the last ten is one of the other five the last you your call that dynasty. It certainly is. But no more. They splitting the blown door has come to an end Luca motoric of Real Madrid has won the award Renaldo finishes. Second ends one griefs rounds out the top three messy. Meanwhile for the first time since two thousand and six fails to finish in the top three false to fifth killing a Bombay was number four moderate. She was also named fevers the best in September. He gives a first coalition to win the award Southampton sacking manager Mark Hughes after just over a year and a half the saints wonders of only five of twenty seven matches on the season, former lights boss Ralph Hasenhuttl considered the favorite to take over as manager. A lot of news. A major league baseball. The dodgers are warning manager. Dave Roberts a four year contract extension. Roberts says led Los Angeles to two straight World Series appearances. They lost the Red Sox this year. The Astros last year. Meanwhile, the Philadelphia Phillies the Seattle Mariners are nearing a deal for infielder. Gene, sicker is going to head east affiliated Carlos Santana. And shortstop j p Crawford heading back to Seattle. Japanese pitcher. You said kick she's going to be made available to all thirty teams on Tuesday is Japanese team the stabili ins will post the Twenty-seven-year-old January second deadline for Kikuchi to sign. NBA scoreboard local teams in action about to tip off in Brooklyn. And that's our hosting Cleveland. Golden State on the Atlanta Washington visiting the New York Knicks Chicago Bulls firing head coach Fred Hoiberg. The T mired in a five in nineteen start in three and a half years taking. Taking the bolts is just one playoff appearance. A record of one hundred and fifteen wins one hundred and fifty five losses associated head coach. Jim Boylan has been promoted as now to head coach NFC east battle on Monday night football, the six and five Washington Redskins on the road in Philadelphia. They faced the defending Super Bowl champion eagles. They are five and six on the season NHL scoreboard..

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"kikuchi" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"kikuchi" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"You're not doing if you're in that situation with the Kikuchi often Steven stamkos put the puck on net. Two elite goal score elite Bill little selfish every now and then. Yeah, that's okay. It's okay. Fourth line. Some pretty good too tonight. Also have been rolling, and again, that's the the strength and the depth of this team that you know in. It's it's a treat to watch. Because it's one line goes out dominates the next line comes out dominates and the feeling on the bench is just you don't want to be the line up that that sort of rotation. That's going on. You know, you don't wanna be the line. You don't wanna be the player that allows momentum to swing the other way. And sometimes it is it's like a stone turns into a boulder going down the hill. And that's that's what you want in the fourth line is exactly in that a little more physical than the other lines. Maybe they don't have the quickness of some of the other lines do, but they're just as determined to get the puck. And when he gets it. Guy like Ryan Callahan on you're going to have that. Anyway. And again, just the depth continues to show featureless teams. What do you look for in the third period? Just more of the same. I would think right. Just keep doing the same thing. Don't like don't make that silly mistake that let's Nashville get momentum back keep things rolling. Need an enrolled run on through the end of that period. Continuing to start the third. Don't let Nashville continue or don't let Nashville sniff don't give them don't shorten the ice for them. Don't make the turnovers at your own blue line don't make turnovers at their brew make them work in the way that they're wearing down Nashville in their own. I mean Nate nationals chasing quite a bit in the in their own end. So they have to continue to keep that pressure up. And when you do that you're gonna put yourself in the areas to to score goals, and they'll get the time you're shows one to two tomorrow..

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"kikuchi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"kikuchi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Conditions and with that here's Joe McConnell one reason south eight eighty is slowing into Fremont is, a pile of. Installation spilled southbound near Dakota road in the lanes at. Slow, from highway ninety two, and Alvarado Niles forever. To boulevard rather than might be a hit and run crash there's. One reported there lower. Deck of the, bay bridge eastbound before the island Selva the stalled limousine blocking the number four lane second from the right five eighty. Westbound foothill San Ramon a crash there, with the right, lane still reported block the bay bridge approach westbound before the plaza the usual backup the crash we, had is over to the left side. Now Joe McConnell for Kikuchi we appreciate a Joe his report brought to you by Pacific catch, west coast fish house coming up on forum later this. Morning they'll have the, very latest on the Mendocino complex fire in the first half hour of the program at nine o'clock then at nine thirty at TSA program known as quiet skies has forum discussing the program which puts undercover air. Marshals on domestic flights to survey Taylor travelers who are not on terror watch lists, and who are not suspected of any wrongdoing then in the ten o'clock hour conservative columnist amona Charron joins the program she'll be discussing her new book in which. He explains where she thinks feminism has gone wrong those conversations come your way on forum today we'll bring you that program from. Nine till eleven this morning here on public radio it's seven minutes past six it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin and I'm no l. king, good morning today. Is day two in the trial of President Trump's former. Campaign, manager Paul Manafort yesterday, the jury was chosen. And the court has already heard from one witness in the case. Manafort is facing charges. Of Bank and, tax fraud these are financial crimes and his connections to Ukraine are looming over the trial NPR's Justice correspondent Carrie Johnson. Is covering the trial good morning Kerry, good morning new, all all right so the jury has been picked what can you tell us about them Yeah sure there, six men and six women with four alternate jurors this is. Largely a white but not an all white jury they got, notebooks yesterday some of them immediately began jotting down notes. As soon as the lawyers in, this case open their mouths now the. Jurors may have to endure this trial for three weeks but the judge TSL's pointed out they. At least get a free lunch every day. The jury is sitting and at least the judge has a sense of humor yeah. Okay both sides delivered their. Opening statements yesterday and opening statements. Of.

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"kikuchi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"kikuchi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Kikuchi dot org slash forum our email address foreign makida dot org you can tweet us at kikuchi forum or post your comments on facebook and let me go right to our calls again maya in oakland maya hi so i wanna say huge thank you to tony nncholas i've been reading your stuff for years as a clear person that's hugely powerful so thank you for everything you're doing especially for the community just wanted to offer my perspective as a millennial about why this stuff is so relevant to us the world that we've inherited kinda sucks and the rationale that we've been given by older generations about why the world is the way it is all of these explanations from religion from capitalism these ideologies those also can't suck so i think a lot of us are looking for a way to make sense of the world and having new understanding of things are and also housing could be right i think that's the beauty of astrology in toronto and things like that and that gives us a vision of what things could be and can help us take action and not feel hello thanks for that and i'm glad you brought up the quick community because it does feel like community building has been a big part of this one hundred on is has this space always been as inclusive as it's being painted now as being more inclusive of the queer community of people of color or is that a more recent development in your view i think it's a bit of both it i think astrology and tarot in themselves being a bit ostracized from society can naturally align itself with those who also feel ostracized and can feel more open and inclusive than say a religious organization that being said with with my experience of of tarot and magic there still a lot of information handed down from white men and there's still a lot of anglo centric representation but that's why it's so beautiful nowadays to see more representation and more voices of the queer community and people of color cheddi nncholas do you wanna comment on the community building aspect of this yeah i think it's i think it's a really important piece of it that that whatever community were talking about it it's all about having access to tools that we feel again can be supportive to to to our healing into our connection and our way of being together and i know that astrology and tarot and herbs and all of these practices and tools that we're talking about our incredible community builders and also that it's not that that it's about astrology and tarot being accepting of it's that that these things are constructed by human beings right and so it's really about who's propagating the the information about these things and and with the internet again we've seen that be completely completely switched up because now we all have the power to speak on whatever we want to and so pre social media it was about getting a book deal and having you whoever had the book deals had the voice or whoever was invited to the conferences had the voice for the for the canon of the thing and now that's all been subverted and so now we see so many more people so many many more folks bring their stories and their experiences and their cultures and their ways of of working with these things in their own traditions in their own lineages to the mix and so now astrology and tarot have become so much more richer through the diversity of voices to get to speak with it through it and from it then julia beck underscoring your point about how well suited this is to the internet age to online because of the community building or the lower the the ease of which you can community build online yeah i mean i think there's a lot of ways in which the internet makes sense for a place for astrology to flourish and johnny just mentioned one i think we were talking earlier to about sort of the natural marriage of astrology and memes which just makes sense because both of these things are like a sort of symbolic language that people will use as a shorthand till express something more complex in when they're communicating so whether that's like a like a reaction jeff like that is meant to convey a more complex emotion or whether that's you know using symbols of planets and signs and all that to communicate like something more more complex like archetype of being a.

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"kikuchi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"kikuchi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You the listener the member the sustaining member of kikuchi de more morning edition coming up in a few moments ahead of former diver within your late tie navy unit has died while taking part in operations to rescue twelve boys and their soccer coach who have been trapped in a flooded cave in thailand that story also coming up california stories on the california report all ahead on public radio it's morning edition from npr news i'm noel king and i'm steve inskeep a us official compares north korea's denuclearization to going on a diet to make progress the official says you i have to climb on a scale in other words north korea must first clarify exactly what its nuclear program has so the us contracts removal later north korea agreed to do none of that in the vague statement approved after its president met president trump last month now secretary of state mike pompeo is following up so let's turn to sue me terry korea analyst for the cia once upon a time she also worked for the national security council under both the bush and obama administrations good morning good morning hawaii i'm doing okay thanks so before pompeo headed to north korea there was a lot of news reporting about satellite images showing the north korea isn't shrinking its nuclear program it's actually expanding a ballistic missile facility and some other nuclear sites is this a bad sign it's a very bad sign but frankly i'm not surprised at all and i don't think any korea watcher was truly surprise but it's still very bad sign and what was really explosive about davenport was the part that north koreans intend to continually deceive us officials in even future negotiations so obviously that's not a good sign even though it's not surprising but mike pompeo the secretary of state who's been to north korea twice is now back again reading this from the outside what does it appear he's trying to accomplish what we do have to translate from the very aspirational vague statement on that came out of singapore to something substantive as you mentioned singapore declaration says aspirational there was nothing there the only sentence really came out about denuclearization was about north korea continuing to work towards graduation i mean what does that mean so he needs to get something substantive out of north korea because right now we don't have anything particularly when the us did give away things such as cancelling ussouth korea joint exercises so he will secretary pumped will press north korea for something i think what he should press for is a complete declaration of its nuclear and missile program and even cool for facilities but we probably going to get the hell complete declaration that's the stepping on the scale right yes i mean first of all we need to get a declaration of what they have and now that with an intelligence assessment report coming out they came about kover facilities this declaration should increase some of these covert facilities but i doubt that he's going to get that so i think a minimum he would press for it and he will have to lead tongue out with some sort of a timetable was some sort of a rough road map to where how are we going to proceed from this point on because right now again we have nothing from north korea okay so there's another thing the united states can do is hand the north koreans a plan and say this is what we need from you this is how you need to denuclearize once you've declared what you have and the national security adviser john bolton has alluded to that in some of his public statements saying that secretary of state pompeo can discuss a.

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"kikuchi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"kikuchi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Look you gotta live acknowledge politicians spin they offered have truth selectively they'd say things when they're convenient you know the fact of calling it a lie is not the most important thing about it the the key thing is just registering a fundamental factor i thought the reason i wrote this column necessity and i did the story on the air was saying it's really important for our colleagues at npr and another news organizations to point out the truth and a sandwich the truth around false assertions and an misstatements and untruths wherever they occur as you presented news reporting so people aren't left with wrong impressions but it's also newsworthy noteworthy at key moments to say this is how the president communicates with public and that is often deeply untruthfully and at times even in quite deceptively in this instance i thought there were some relies and i thought that was important to articulate we're talking with npr media correspondent david folkenflik about his article this week calling out the nation's top leaders including the president for lying misleading or confusing the public it's called when the white house can't be believed tell us how you view the last couple of weeks of contradictory claims by the trump administration around separating families at the border lies falsehoods are this week's claims different to you or are they the usual spin that you think all politicians use also what do you think of the media's coverage of it and how can we do better you can call us at eight six six seven three three six seven eight six again eight six six seven three three six seven eight six you can post your comments on our website kick weedy dot org slash forum on facebook you can tweet us at kikuchi forum or email us forum at k q e d dot.

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"kikuchi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"kikuchi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A news update from npr at nineteen minutes past the hour from npr news in washington i'm windsor johnston north korea's former spy chief is preparing to head to the us npr's elise hugh report south korean media report that kim yong chill will travel to new york to take part in talks aimed at salvaging a planned summit between the us and pyongyang the senior north korean official is kim yang toll kim touchdown in beijing today and yonhap reports he's flying to new york on wednesday this is presumably for more dialogue with american officials about the potential summit between president trump and kim jong un a major sticking point is over how to denuclearize north korea npr's elite hugh reporting from seoul starbucks is closing more than eight thousand of its doors this afternoon to address discrimination and conduct anti bias training the move follows the widely publicized arrest of two black men at a starbucks location in in philadelphia last month in los angeles robert vogel says the training is a good idea the right thing to do i mean obviously a lot of employees don't know how does she customers and they don't have the proper customer service skills and maybe they have their own biased opinions about certain things and it's just it's bad starbucks says it reached out to activists and experts in bias training to put together a curriculum for its one hundred seventy five thousand workers and the training is a first step on wall street the dow was down two hundred sixty six points this is npr twenty past the hour of eight now let's go back to joe mcconnell for another look at commute conditions today joe still the crash in eighty westbound at el portal is moved to the shoulder but it's still backed up behind that west five eighty at the sto interchange in san leandro i reports of a crash the slow traffic in san jose on six eighty northbound after jackson a crash and south six eighty at treat boulevard walnut creek collision there barely moved to the shoulder but it's extra slow from cocker joe mcconnell for kikuchi.

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"kikuchi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"kikuchi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The bay area housing prices we have the bay area traffic to here's joe mcconnell lots of that for friday morning a lot of problems anyway in twenty four westbound before highway thirteen just outside the call to cut its collision with two vehicles one may have overturned was twenty four said it'd be about a half mile west of the tunnel and injuries are reported in that one also in oakland on the jackson on ramp to eighty northbound is a report of a collision there that might be blocking the two right lanes in a big jam to the richmond bridge and all across the span because of a crash still at midspan joe mcconnell for kikuchi brought to you at six fifty one by lucky stores this is the california report good morning to you i'm john sepulvado and we begin with money money money that's because later this morning in sacramento governor jerry brown is going to release his updated state budget and it comes as california's economy is humming along with revenues running more than three billion dollars above projection cuties katie or reports on how some democrats want to spend that extra cash no one is expecting brown to go on a spending spree when he proposes the final state budget of his career after all his message throughout the last seven years has been one of fiscal restraint still there is hope among democrats in the legislature that he'll be a bit looser with the purse strings senator holly mitchell chairs the senate budget committee i'm looking for more money more money and what i say more money i mean a mall investments in california and californians mitchell says she wants to see spending on programs that were cut deeply during the recession such as aid to welfare recipients she says her committee is also focused on continuing to build up the rainy day fund that's likely where brown will be focused as well h d palmer is with the administration's department of finance we're a lot better shape than we were when the governor took office there still some uncertainties on the horizon if there's one one thing that the governor's committed to do is making sure that.

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"kikuchi" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

Don't Keep Your Day Job

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"kikuchi" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

"Happy christmas everybody and i'll talk to you next year special thanks to our executive producer tim street and producer emmett kikuchi the podcast is the production of authentic for more info on advertising in this show visit authentic shows dot com smc the city of all this nonsense has land this can be lay new can jon heyman only deep not at all around the world pendant on pass it on at mccoy red alert us rather have e holiday the the the now bring them again man liam payne and again yes the the name the spirit.

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"kikuchi" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"kikuchi" Discussed on KOIL

"And get yourself and i see pack or as i recommended to roger today was on the phone with them and said look guichard's e pack take izzy pack those things kill anything that like dropping a bomb on you see it as he pack and then get some sicom and suck on those little melts and that kills the pain in the back your throat and always has and mothers chicken soup to i mean i chicken soup dumplings yesterday and i brought it to loosen its family because i wanted them to be a warm feeling good and believe me it's it's just a terror so a lot of controversial discussions this year about the flu and any get this you know the flu is triggered it's not just something you get it is so what happens is it's like a like a 12step program you know first ig your exposed than second your body decides whether or not it wants to either kill it or or let it kill you or let it take over in the way does that is through inflammatory cytokines a gay it so you get these flamment tori side of kinds storms that are triggered triggered by particularly in the air or their triggered by a hair cat here dog hair um they're the triggered by something that will actually trigger you to whiten your face or to touch your face okay if you haven't watched your hands even touching objects rather be would affected that start putting stuff up to your faces start hud knows the mideast start itching your nose or or touching your face you know you got it that's what i've heard said the minute you start getting energy face you know you got at sea kikuchi key scratching or you take you know the bill knows trigger using your in top your hand to kinda issue knows well that's happens is because of allergies and and he's allergens that are in the early system means that caused the inflammatory cytokines and so the biggest controversial but the biggest controversyl talk i've been reading or that the things that doctors have been saying i'm reading is that most people believe it or not are allergic to christmas the they pick up their their inflammatory cytokines from christmas like coming know there there are things that trigger your allergens during christmas they put you on the road to the flu or to a.

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"kikuchi" Discussed on StartUp Podcast

StartUp Podcast

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"kikuchi" Discussed on StartUp Podcast

"I mean we're foundry on these kids who gave these more potent than winning we're not talking about professionals or d wine wash for me you're right though if it's just one kid like especially if the euwide up it's not just that it looks kikuchi lit up it's that you'll it up now you have to go to the sideline like now we all senior team does and then you're gonna get shit in the longrun yeah because you've got our laws sake i think what you could where do you do have an angle is selling to parents pay like hey your kids need to get pulled otherwise it's dragging permanent brain damage some of the investors are parents themselves so they know youth sports all too well hypercompetitive coaches kids trying to fit in with their teammates these could be major stumbling blocks in marketing directly to leagues but anthony is betting there's a larger shift happening in sports there's always friction when you have change yes of culturally it's coming up perfectly to art timing to enter the market where i think were well fit with people's willingness to accept one wearables to electron ix on their body and three about concussions being a serious problem and it's not oak it's okay to be hurt you're not demoralise you're not week it's not your fault that you've got possibly can cost and really are starting to see a shift knapman mentality acceptance though you through sell the peres on convincing the entire team yes you gotta or salva leagues now and and that's what that's warmer strategies that's longterm plan is the league's obviously initially we have early doctors we have people wanna buy this is already kids i'm saying this is cool i want this of about market validation during duediligence i will be happy to show you are validation are studies are surveys we've been at the the investors are worried the players and leagues won't buy into fit guard.

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"kikuchi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:59 min | 4 years ago

"kikuchi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of unmik with now think how expensive that was at the time b to more than one percent of all the working population working officially for the ministry of state security now what this dasi or the kgb would lift glutton out of us and the torture we knowingly and willing be revealed on facebook well this is really an interesting concept we've always had this situation if you will were organizations v a government be day for prophet be they not not for profit they've always been operating off information it's just was happened is how much information can be generate yes and trying to limit the generation of information i think it's the wrong tree to buck up on we all every day experience services which would not be possible without the constant creation of information i to google maps frincis to come here to kikuchi the question is at this amazing moment in time was opportunities nor general zhan eight before us what do we need to do so the generations off to us we're not be in trouble based of information they create and we have to rethink some concepts for instance the concept of ownership we know what it means to own and apple to we know what ownership means about data well let's take some data i create on facebook by commenting on a picture you posted it clearly isn't just me or just you warns the data but this some coownership and you might have heard about the story last year to usga what the monkey that took a selfie where the person on the camera was going to sue people who actually use that photo saying why monkeys khan on copyright so there are very many interesting examples which cases but what i am really interested is not the case but the normal case what if this new normality of data and specifically there what rights jewelry re as individuals need to have rights ideally not against the data refineries like google facebook but with the data refineries well that's a term that you use repeatedly throughout the book and a lot of people haven't heard that what a data refinery okay so i'm using the term because me and many other pugh said data is the new oil saw that is the raw material.

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"kikuchi" Discussed on WREK

WREK

02:44 min | 4 years ago

"kikuchi" Discussed on WREK

"With now think how expense if that boss at the time it took more than one percent of all the working population working officially for the ministry of state security now what this dasi or the kgb wouldn't have gotten out of us and the torture we knowingly and willing be reveal on facebook well this is really an interesting concept we've always had this situation if you will or organisations be the government's fee day for profit the they not for not for profit they've always been operating off information it's just was happened is how much information can be generated yes and trying to limit the generation of information i think you so wrong tree to bark up on we all every day experience services which would not be possible without the constant creation of information i to google maps wants to come here to kikuchi the question is at this amazing moment in time with opportunities nor general and hate before us what do we need to do so the generations off to us we're not be in trouble piece of information decreed and we have to rethink some concepts for instance the concept of ownership we know what it means to own an apple but do we know what ownership means about data well let's take some data i create on facebook by commenting on a picture you posted it clearly isn't just knee or just you who owns the data but this some coownership and you might have heard about this story last year two years ago but the monkey that took a selfie where the poorest or the camera was going to sue people who actually use that photo saying well monkeys caught on copyright so there are very many interesting examples which cases but what i am really interested is not the case but the normal case what is this new normality of data and specific to their what rights to re as individuals need to have rights ideally not against the data refineries stake google facebook but with the data refineries well that's a term that you use repeatedly throughout the book i'm a lotta people haven't heard.

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