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"kili" Discussed on AI in Business
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"kili" Discussed on AI in Business
"Phone calls, processing. For instance, all the concessions of the traders are recorded. And so needs to be processed or compliance reasons. And also could be processed for marketing. A reason, many use cases and so forth. A risk department around the news processing, many use cases also for retail banking around chatbots. Already a huge crisis. The thing is, you have so many use cases and few talented people. Yeah. You need to be able to scale. And to do it, and to ship projects fast enough and so the use cases are in terms of the good news is that thanks to data centric AI. So having a focus on the data when you develop the money and spending time, not on the fine tuning parameters of neural network, but on finding and fine tuning the right data model. You accidentally accelerate the I projects. And you need, you don't need PhDs to do this. So you can scale a lot, the delivery of AI. And so this is what we push for, and this is the reason why we built the key. So we started with data labeling. So how to help our customers to create the training data necessary to build models, but what we realized is that in fact, today, creating AI, coding AI is about the accumulating data, messaging these data and neighboring this data. And so in fact, what we are creating is the development environment for the data centers of the future, and what they do in this environment is not coding in python, but it's manipulating data, creating models, spending AI by labeling examples..
"kili" Discussed on AI in Business
"Then when you're on model, it's really you can predict it to deploy it in production. And perhaps you want to keep a human supervision. Yes. So basically, you won't change your workflow, but the workload and the human being will be lower. So your partner will be able to focus on the complex part of the document. And so one part of the document show will be automatically leveled. And one is a path will land in the hands of the human partner that will review them manually. Got it. Okay. And the way that we've seen this happens sometimes, I just love your clarity on this particular use case, is that once a system is trained sufficiently, we're able to have some kind of a confidence interval on everything that comes through. So maybe for KYC, it's a confidence interval on. Is this a terrorist or not? Maybe if it's for fraudulent payments, we might be able to get a sense of, is this likely to be fraud or not? And then human beings are spending more time looking at those real risks versus examining every single case with the same level of ferocity, which maybe is not the best use of your time. Is that indeed a big part of the ROI or do you like to kind of describe the way the workflow changes a little bit differently than that? So the RI is fulfilled. I think the first one is you will use your operation risk. And this is the most important one. So basically, as we said, humans are normal, they do mistakes. And those mistakes have a huge cost for banks. And we can just have a look at the list of banks that got signed every year. Billions of dollars. So you will use your operation risk first one. The second one is you improve the efficiency. So the process is the review of documents, different processing is faster. So you get a better customer experience. And you.
"kili" Discussed on AI in Business
"And the use case by training. And so the solution here is how to get good enough data and how to get diversified data. Again, you struggle with this problem at power bus and back then there were not as many tools. Now, we have more tools, but it is still an issue to collect enough data and specifically to be able to label that data, like you're saying, that's really the threshold here. If we can do that well, then we can actually solve this problem and drive some business value. Talk about how we get to that data. How do we get enough of it? And how do we label it at scale? Because sometimes that can be very manual work and that's a lot of the reason people don't get into AI is because they don't want to do that stuff. How can we solve that problem of data volume and also getting the labeling? So if you remember when a few years ago on Facebook, you were tagging your Friends. So on pictures and doing doing this, you are labeling data for Facebook. Yes. We can do the same in banks. Basically, on all the use cases we listed, together, there are people whose job is to label data. But they do it on the printed papers. So there were, and they had put up their word, is not recorded in data systems. And it's not usable. To train models. Okay. And so the trick here is to put in that hence a platform. Where they can view the documents. And labor them and bear work better to be able to work on the platform. And on the user side of the platform, you have the data scientists that can get the label data and train them on and here's model use the subject matter debt to compliance officers.
"kili" Discussed on AI in Business
"It's super complex to maintain. And we can do a comparison with what was done for Google Translate. Google Translate a few years ago was rule based and it was made of more than 500,000s of lines of code. Yeah. So very difficult to maintain. Today is a deep learning based and it's just 5 hundred lines of code. So three out of magnitude, smaller, and so it completely changed both the performance of the model and its maintenance everything. Got it. So clearly, there is an analogy here for where the future of banking is headed as well. So we've talked a little bit about KYC and there's a lot to explore under that hood. Is there another compliance use case you want to touch on before we swivel over to talk about how AI can potentially improve some of these workflows? Or do we just want to move over to the AI part? So yes, we talked about we talked about list screening. And matching them against the sanction list. You also have construction and monitoring. So we're making sure that there is no money in the ring when people do concern money between banks. Yes, to be a bit more modern or you have strict kind of use cases in compliance. You have tasks that you need to automate because there are repetitive and so painful and for instance contact screening is one of them. You have tasks that are superhuman. So to be achieved by a human, so for instance, a transactional mentoring, you can monitor manually or the constructions. And the third kind of tasks is tasks that with AI, you can do better because you can cost different source of information. And so for instance, when you do Q IC, you can custom information coming from a.
"kili" Discussed on AI in Business
"Google and terrorist conversations, you have an error rate of more than a 50%. Yeah. And so it doesn't work. And so the good of the team was to equip the bank with its own models to be able to process this data. And one of the major field of application was compliance because it's full of unsuitable data. Full of contracts, emails, document processing. And so the way we did it was to so we had access to message amount of data, but the data was not labeled. So we were enabled to train our MLS. And so at that time, we said there was no labeling platform market. So we created a small one internally. It unlocked a lot of topics in three years. The team went from just to people to 50 people. And we ended hundreds of use cases across the book. And most of them in compliance. Got it. And this is with paribus. Correct. A very substantial firm. And obviously, purpose is similarly global financial services organization. So big company, and it sounds like this AI lab scaled pretty quickly, compliance was a big part of that experience. And so you got close to this problem. I'd love to if we could add, talk a little bit about kind of the nitty Gritty of the paperwork processing and the document processing that has to happen in compliance. What kinds of documents are we talking about in this particular example? Because there are so many, right? Compliance is actually almost like an unlimited space of workflows. But what are the kinds of, I guess, documents where you folks are focused and how are they being processed today? And also, why is that less than ideal from a business standpoint? Walk us a little bit through the state of document processing and compliance now. So many documents and many use cases and compliance. It's a complaint is about preventing a tax evasion. Money laundering has been out of activities that are not in line with the ethics and policy of the bank. So maybe two years cases, one of them is, I mean, one area is QIT. So when you unbound the new customer, also for existing customers, you need to gather and to validate information about them. And so for instance, for individuals, you need to validate information coming from identity, taxes, a proof of residence. So through your first name, the last name, and to custom information, same thing for legal entities, but we also kind of documents..
"kili" Discussed on AoS Coach
"Ones and then Fours with six doing additional mortal so in two inch. I would go spears in that case all day. But if you're running them intends as most unit in the game you're going to run the swords or the ones you know the same as clan rats like small that or it units. You're on this beers. it's just not that. He the potential of getting old ten of those source war is into combat because of heresy is is just slim to none. Yeah whoa with gordon too. Yeah and i haven't played the i play. I play was thinking because because the thirty two movies. You're gonna have to can't string out. Obviously you twenty-five allows you to string so you're not trading and i guess that's a challenge when you start stacking up things like the path jor tax. We only range one tan. You probably getting six seventy feel lucky garbage knowing you're not you don't care about the jobs with the source like you mike at their fives and fours. So you might get lucky. If you're plus one to hit you might put a couple through but Yeah i think when i was looking at some of the units that troubled on really stood I love the regeneration ability like this speeding attack. i like some of the synergies of seeing the bestowed on you mentioned earlier. The sticky was great. The engine of god is just the engine of the god is just so good It's it's it's tough it kili in a coalesced. The only way you can really summon. Yeah this is really I'm seeing some good things. That hopefully will say the table again. the console discovered on console for me seemed like value. Like it's it's from a points perspective. It's actually really good valued as we've talked to as well like the to slim the lack of randall. The rent one is just it. It's it's it's more of a distraction than it is a real threat. He yes he can still be a amazing i. That's why i still always try. You can make him awesome so source have actually a good command traits so you can actually give him. The commensurate to rewrote wants to hit. That's one of them which is unbelievable. Good and bureau wants to save is one of the other ones so either of those are really good on him. But then you have to make you general and then in that case you pretty much want to give him the destiny kaz if not. He's going to go down like a bag of whatever he's going to die very easily and slay the warlord like that's just easiest thing for your pointed to get but you can still absolutely juice him up with plus when attacks from prime more beasts in if you if you go thunder lizards and instead of taking the real wants to hit. You have another way like an astros or give him hand glory. He can have the hit and give him plus to attack one attack from the constellation so plus all his attacks he's got five damage attack he can slap. He can do some good damage and veto saying yeah. Plus tax with the coding sixes. That's on his war. Scroll that that's actually just as mount weapon. No but you can give him his own command ability that gives it to his mouth So yeah carnivores like i. There's no one more than me that wants to make the carnivores great again. But you know. Give him.
"kili" Discussed on Tommyknockin: Skeleton Cruisin'
"All right first of all great jingle second of all a great vocabulary like are some vocabulary that i feel like like a write in one ear and out the other and there's some that stick around the add this one is short and to the point. I mean it's just like all all these words from our remember this word and then i never do for like atavistic. Flew flew. v8's because there's a couple of words from like i'm gonna use this. And i will use the word grew. I assume it's a verb or an adjective. I didn't and it is a verb to shudder in fear but of course. Oh accordingly yeah. She gruden fear. She grew in fair growing right now. Baby so here's what. I would like to sort of sort of pause here. Is that so. This is of course a a stephen king story about a killer car. But it's like an old like it's like an old man car like it's broken down in a field. It's doing its thing but it still has the tower. It is a truck. That's right but i was wondering if we could try to connect some sort of like family tree of killer killer cars and trucks and stephen king fiction you mentioned maximum overdrive and then christine is a given. What else like his uncle. Autos truck like christine's like grandpa for example or grandma. I don't know i'm wondering capacitors uncle in the name. It could be a lady truck is so there's the trucks name uncle autos truck boy that brings up a lot of questions about like identity and ownership that. I don't know if i really have the the brain power to really set up but yeah think every vehicle unless you name it. Something else just refers to itself as Oh this is. This is an charlie's car or or this is. This is and steve's car it doesn't really break down and her uncle sometimes because it doesn't understand gender the way that we do so they just kind of choose haphazardly. Most the time that it fits but sometimes it does. Not gender side gender acknowledged. I like that the spirits that drive these because a big part of these vehicles are that they are good at committing crimes without getting caught and so whatever sentences inside of them confers so that the truck has this way that he killed uncle auto spitting oil through the window and pretty sure and then plugging it up with that spark plug all without spilling a drop or making any scene and then those christine who will like plow into a gas station and kill five combined racers and then fly away. She's very much like to bang bang. Yes exactly kili kili bang bang and she's but she bang bang..
"kili" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"You know think about is going to hurt but think about bill maher second and the whole like it kind of along that lines of where it's like religion. You're just taking shots. At religion. legend is the problem if religion when away. All the problems would be solved that kind of that kind of thinking or posturing it's like well. Yeah people kili. There's deaths after sporting events when the team won like burning cars and flipping like people are gonna be people. It's the the. Christianity gets not singled out but it is looked at mainly because of the power structure that has within this country puts it right at the heart of a lot of the things. Go into its power structures of power and hierarchy that always are what enables the abuse whatever takes because again if you wanna talk about and i think people you know. I had my angry atheist years. But i think one of the ways in which people go wrong is thinking that it's something inherent to religion when it's something that's inherent to power because for example the fucking We've done a number of episodes on Nexium that That horrible cold which is very much based in like these evolved in scientific attitudes. That's at least the way they framed. It was not like supposed to be a religious cult as it was supposed to be as much of like a it was was it was a rape culture the. Npr said you know like that was the way it was framed..
How Yahoo Is Experimenting With Platforms and Partnerships to Grow Its Audience
"Kili this week. You spoke with join a. Lambert who is the head of consumer yahoo who obviously has been in the news this year. Because rising media's parent company was acquired by apollo global management had been owned over as in now has been sold off. Did joya talk belic where it has or hasn't changed over yahoo since the deal was announced back in by yeah so obviously a fairly new announcement. She couldn't really get into too much of it because the deal hasn't been finalized and all that but at the end she did talk about some of the. I guess prospects for this change and how she anticipates it to be a positive For the company so she'll get into a little bit on it but yeah ultimately unfortunately not too much could be said about the actual Deal and who obviously one of the original internet portals been around since the ninety s. What's yahoo audience. Look like at this point. Yeah so that's a big focus of this conversation because they have been doing a lot in the way of trying to get jen's ears Into the yahu portfolio sphere the company launched a couple of years ago. A brand called in the know which is a video arm that previously sat on top of like its portfolio of brands. It has since been built out into its own Brand itself which has a very big emphasis on consumer revenue. So you're commerce. Plays shop will video things like that but she also talks a lot about the other areas of the portfolio that they're looking to incorporate more of genzyme audience so Everything from yahoo finance in a focus on things like personal finance crypto to tech crunch and also over to like the fantasy side of
"kili" Discussed on The Power Trip After Party
"We got that out of the way. Obviously y'all think you have me figured out you know who i am. You know that. I don't cuss you know that i don't use those words my language. I have some stories to tell that will maybe change that perspective a little bit but the first thing i want to note is i guess. It's good that i came up here. I because no one. I feel like this might be a loaded joke that a couple people bring to the table. I was very nervous about this. I've had a lot of my mind last couple of weeks so i didn't prepare until last night. No joke had the ideas. It seems like a common theme in the back green room over here so be prepared for that now. The we were we were nervousness was lessened when we got here because we were informed canterbury staff came to the table and said that are judges. Gory and carly. We're actually going to be grading tonight all the performances tonight by these sliding scale of the white bear public school system so a lot of pressure was taken off. I know that the halverson family is over here. Very proud of their son round of applause for zach. We'll get there all right. So here's the deal again. You guys all think you had me figured out that. I swear. I don't like to swear. I don't like to publicly swear this is probably the biggest public place that i've ever sworn y'all got to share that moment with me. This is special. I appreciate that. But in the privacy of our own home my wife and i do have her permission to share this. We'll use some choice words from time to time. I am the one who will muttering under my breath. I call that self control my wife. She's a little more tightly wound than i am and she'll let him fly with the best of anybody in this room now. That becomes a problem when you have kids because kids are like parrots and they will repeat everything that you say so my wife and i had to come up with a system. We don't walk around just tossing cuss words out but if something were to happen. That's frustrates us. We'll let one fly again under my breath. She'll yell it for the whole neighborhood here now. What happens though is we invented something that we call the kadett system where we catch ourselves in the middle of a swearword because we know that my two year old and six year old sons are within earshot and we know that they'll repeat. It's all their friends in the neighborhood. So the kadett system works like this right something happens. Let's say my wife drops something from the kitchen counter onto her foot and she'll yell the f word instead of just straight up saying the f. word she'll go like this i don't falls onto the foot and she'll go flock kili duck dock and she'll catch herself another example that we have seen in the monsoon household is there was a spider in the bathtub. Whips that curtain open. My wife is very scared of spiders. She drops the holy sh- tacky mushrooms. Now this does become a problem. This doesn't fully solve our problem of not cussing in front of our kids because they then repeat the kadett system words to the neighborhood the no lie. My son was on his scooter. Scooting past our ninety year old neighbors scooting and seeing the fuck elite duck elite doc. The mouse is on the clock. Another instance of the same sort of thing. The two year olds a little too young to fully repeat these things. So that's this is still working on him. The other day he goes we go past the nursing home. we live in osceola. And there's a couple of nursing homes air so the you know. The residents are outside getting sunshine. Some of them are taking a smoke break. We're going past there. The yard is a little unkempt. And there's mushrooms in and weeds and he points to him because he knows what should talk. Mushroom is it. He goes holy shit tacky mushrooms. Now the guys in the front. This is really really funny. Here's the one thing public stores this pops up as well. We were at cosco the other day. This is how. I know that the pandemic is getting to us a little bit. We're all tired. We've spent a lot of time around our kids at home. Whatever that might be and the guard is slipping a little bit. We're not really on top of our hot it system game so my wife again. I'm gonna blame her for this one because this is a legit one that she she threw out. We're at costco the other day. My wife is at my sister-in-law's baby shower so it's me and the two boys it's a saturday. Which is the dumbest thing you could ever do. Go to cosco on a saturday. You ever been there you know it's just bonkers for forty five minutes. I've been chasing these two little boys around trying to not get them hit by a giant cart full of water bottles in an emory's that you can get a costco and i'm ready to go home but we promised pizza. That's the only thing i can hold over. These kids heads is pizza. Insurers because the girls are back at costco so we get done we check out. We go to the pizza stand. I'm number four. Forty one and i'm waiting for the pizza. I just want these kids to shut up. I just want them to start eating their pizza and for two seconds. Give me a break in the food court of cosco. The people at the counter call four forty two again on four forty one they then go four forty three four forty four at this point. I'm frustrated again. Forty five minutes of chasing kids around. I'm frustrated with the whole situation ready to give them away. Whatever that might be. So i say something to the person at the front counter and i say what happened to number four forty one. It was just two pieces of pizza. Should have been pretty simple and mack my six year old pops his head up from the other side of the cart and he goes. Hey dad.
"kili" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Joe Biden is preparing to be the 46 president, United States. Not all is lost, however, as we've noted, before, Republicans made impressive gains in the House. Even beyond that, there's good news for the future of the party based on what we saw in the 2020 election. You break it down. Call Miss Alina's, You know, Join me on the Hugh Hewitt Show. Tell us about conservative populism. So you know why did you write this? And you know why do you think conservative populism is stronger than ever? Well, the entrance in the data you know, people keep ignoring this story. That's a really important story that wild it president did not win the election. What happened down ballot is incredibly important in that. Not only did the conservative populist coalition that resulted in Donald Trump election win in 2016 mind you. It also resulted In historic numbers in 2014 for Republicans and 2010 it grew it became younger. It became more populous. And it also became more diverse. On. You See that those results not only in the U. S House and Senate races where the expectation was that the Republicans are gonna lose anywhere between 5 to 7 ft and well and then, Pelosi boasted. That they were going to win double digit you House seats. The Republicans did not lose the seats that, um, that were expected, especially Kilis and, um And to the Collins in Maine, but they gained. I'm over a dozen new house beat. And races. Even Republicans didn't expect to win, and then you go down ballot. You look a state legislative bodies in the state houses in the state. Um, Senate races, not Republican dominated, you know, and And President Obama and here's former attorney general. But a ton of money and exhibited a lot of hubris is the expectation that they were gonna slip all of the, um These states chambers, and that just didn't happen. I'm quoting now from your column in the post the new GOP coalition. I want to come back to that The new GOP coalition was so strong It overrode democratic money and influence led by former President Obama to make gains and state legislative chance chambers of Arizona, Minnesota, North Carolina and Pennsylvania. So that new I want to come back to that. What do you mean by the new GOP coalition? This isn't new Geo, be a coalition that began ahead. I would argue, I have argued argued in our book, the great revolt with Brad Todd. That it began in 2006 when Republicans lost, But this Duke of Republican Coalition Um uh, has been get gaming schemes for 1006, and people believe that it's peak. In 2000 and 16 with President Trump is, didn't it got bigger? It got more diverse. If you read the little been yet to the people in my my story, Um there are Hispanics. There are blacks. There are young people. It's in suburban voters and former Democrats. That's a real Interesting, cohesive, adorable coalition that people continue to ignore. And this I understand. Ms. Collinsworth is a popular football broadcaster, and we hear will overlook the fact that he played for the Cincinnati bungle. This is known for its pleasant storytelling skill. Very recently offended a segment of the population and issued an apology. My friend and colleague Dennis Prager, explained NBC Sports Color commentator Cris Collinsworth. Issued an apology after being criticized for remarks about female football fans. During Wednesday's game between the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers. Collinsworth, the former NFL wide receiver. Was discussing how strong the sports fandom Woz in Pittsburgh. When he made a comment that drew some viewers iron Now listen to what he said. I've read it now four times. A barely Can perceive an effects. Here is what he said. Everybody is a fan. Talking about the Pittsburgh fans. Everybody's a fan in particular the ladies that I met. They have really specific questions about the game and unlike wow, You're just blown away by how strong the fans are here in this town. So I'm trying to think. What did he say? That's wrong? Apparently, I think I still I'm not sure. Apparently what he said. That's wrong is that he was blown away by How the women fans Have really specific questions about the game, and I'm like, Wow. In other words, he didn't expect such knowledge of football from female fans. And the man was excoriated. So he, of course, he issued an apology, which is a tragedy just a tragedy. You should have said I said nothing wrong. I do not apologize. This is what he said today on our broadcast, I made reference to a couple of women that I met in Pittsburgh who so impressed me with their football knowledge that I wanted to tell the story on the air. I know the way I phrased it insulted many Insulted many District. There was a straight out compliment. I'm so sorry. What I intended as a compliment to the fans of Pittsburgh became an insult. I'm sick about insulting any fan. Especially female fans and journalists. Huh? Insulted journalists. First. I know Bert how much harder they have to work than any of us In this industry. I was wrong and I deeply apologize. It's really pathetic. So listen. I went to his website or Twitter side, I should say. Listen to the first comment the first comment of their his apology. Mm Morgan McAdoo Got a women's picture. I'm one of those ladies who was very knowledgeable about football. The Steelers have the largest female fan base. We are smart as hell and love are stealers. No matter how you said it, it was tone death. It's 2020. This shouldn't even be a statement that needed to be made. All right. It was. Yep, he should never have said that. There was a Wow and how much football the women knew. Because any why are they so angry? I'll tell you why they were brainwashed in college. And now earlier To believe that any Distinction made between men and women is Is inherently Evil. That's why we couldn't even have hurricanes named after women. Now there are hurricanes named after men. They made the change less there be a distinction. Hurricanes are female coming up. City lowers the standards for all students. Let's just eliminate the need to hand in homework on time in the name of anti racism. Town. All review.
"kili" Discussed on Gugacast
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Has Scott Morrison spent too much?
"Me. If you've already heard me mention this but one of my favorite quotes during the covid crosses a pdf the guardian. This is the British lift wing newspaper. Now, this was the heart of the coronavirus crisis. It would have been light much quote just as there are no atheists on a sinking ship, there are no free marketeers during a pandemic. Now, the author of that apt quote Jonathan Freedland, he was referring to the audio logical revolution within the British conservative. Party. Now, according to Freedland Boris Johnson's his have defied four decades of thatcherism small-state free-market, thinking I to spend staggering amounts of money and then subsidizing the wages of workers. Could the same thing be said about Australia's Liberal Party they're the party of Howard and Costello now embraces big-spending high deficit government interventionism. And is a permanent state of affairs poor kilis editor at large of the Australian US pipe and Judas Brit is emeritus professor of politics at Latrobe University poll judy welcome back to the show. Hristo Paul, you've written to calms about this subject in the past week, summarize your faces. Will Martha is that all parties and all governments have to respond to the times in which they find themselves on display in Australia. Now we face an extraordinary economic crisis and the response reveals the nature of Scott Morrison, his prime minister and the Mars and government. So Morrison, not responding as Liberal Party progressive or is it Liberal Party conservative? He doesn't see himself in those terms his responses pragmatic selects able and practical. He's not inhibited by former policy and audio logical icons of the Liberal Party. Say What we say is the government has abandoned the long-term syllabus aspirations. It's A. Big Spending government it's a government government intervention focused on Keynesian demand management. It does however on the Liberal Party tradition of tax cuts will see next week. So it's prepared to regulate or deregulate according to the situation according to what's required. So to sum up say that Morrison wants to be defined by results and outcomes not philosophical principle. Okay. You mentioned the tax cuts leaving that aside traditional liberal governments are about balancing the books Paul, how much an as do you think aries in the Liberal Party about in the parliament and outside about these handouts to preserve jobs and livelihoods? Are. I. Don't think there's much on these at all OPTIMA and Tom. and. A couple of reasons for this if there is to be on, he's He's will come through the down the track, but essentially what's happening here is to govern is following the Orthodoxy or what you might call the new Orthodoxy in terms of meeting the financial and economic crisis. So roller response is sort of radical. It's also conventional. The official family is working together very closely. The Treasury the Reserve Bank, what the government is doing is essentially supported by private-sector economists. It's in law and with Patrick amended by the VCD and the IMF not the cabinet is very nodded, the Prime Minister and the treasurer are working very closely together so far the results look good. I think the Overwhelming sentiment on the back benches. Support, the government strategy in the hope that this gives individual employees, the chance of actually being reelected and my will give the government the chance of being reelected. So the reinvention of Australian liberalism is on full display with this budget judith break you agree with Paul Kelly about the the audio logical significance of these changes but actually think the government had much choice in that sense I do think we can see something audio logical preferences in a couple of the policies poor mentioned the tax cuts they've chosen tax cuts over for example, committing to a permanent increase in new act now co Job Seca. They've also, for example, if we look at the way, they wanted to stimulate the housing market. They've gone for giving money to individual owners rather than, for example, embarking on a social housing project. So I think in some of the means, we can still see some of the ideological preferences of the Patty. One of the things I've wondered when I've been watching the events unfold. If Labor had won the last election was in government with the Liberals have supported the same levels of spending or would they have if you like stayed in the sort of ideological bunker bean and attacked the blow out of the deficit? I mean, it's a hypothetical. In some ways I think we've been very lucky that it's been the liberals and the coalition in government because they can sense being able to Ghana much more support. I, think than I have been able to do for the same levels of spending but isn't cameras response to the COVID crosses more consistent with other Western governments during the pandemic Judy. Yes that's what I think. I had much option but the question is if the coalition of being opposition, would they have supported a Labor government going? You've written a lot about this have many many decades about when orthodoxies or overturned. It's usually bipartisan is that you'll since if the coalition cypher argument's sake wherein opposition I would have gone along with this big spending interventionism. Look are essentially agree with what Judy's said about this I think in a sense we're. Fortunate, if you liked that the coalition's in government because it's taken all the big spending decisions. and. Lay has been prepared to go along with back. In fact, it's argued that there should be even more spending. So in that sense, we've had a broad degree of thought-out ship within the economic framework. It is hot the typical of course to tron speculate about what would have happened if alive had been in office doing this but I do think that the coalition in opposition would have been tempted to make caught a lot of criticisms and to suggest that the spending had gone too far. There's a big difference for party thing in government managing across and being an opposition. Cape with this theme of a political realignment among center right parties around the Western world. If you think about Donald Trump in two thousand sixteen, he tapped into widespread anxieties. America's rust belt. What can class constituencies? Boris Johnson showed last December, he resonated with traditional British Library voters in the Midlands and northern England. Judy. Do you think that Morrison in a wise doing the same thing here in Australia? Now, I think they're very different sorts of crises. I mean the pandemic is an external. Crisis, it's not being caused by politics in any way it's not back nationalism versus globalism or any of those things, and so I don't agree with that. I agree with what Paul was saying earlier that Morrison's shown himself to be pragmatic and quick footed in this and I think we're lucky for that. But I I don't think that this lines up with bricks and with trump's appeal to the rest spilled poor Kelly. Well I think conservatism is changing if you look at. America Britain Australia and there's not a dopey getting very significant changes into servitude. Thought. Different changes argued very strongly that there are very substantial differences between Donald Trump and Scott Morrison. I think people who argue that. Morrison is a pilot version of DONALD TRUMP MAUREEN DOWD in the New York Times by the way, but go on. I think. I think turned him mentally misunderstand the situation I. Think the change in conservatism is very dramatic in the United States. If you'd like because we've got the transition from Ronald, Reagan who a generation ago was the great conservative champion, and now we have Donald Trump, who if you lock is a populist conservative? And that transformation is simply enormous install ending content I mean trump violates all the virtues of conservatism in terms of restraint prudence disciplined respect. Regard for the political system, he thrives on division. So he likes all the traditional conservative norms, and then when looks at his policies. Well he's sabotage the global trading system. He's an arch protectionist. He's engaged in this trade war with China he's appraised dictators and suspicious about. So I guess one of the Fundamental Christians here is the extent to which trump is an aberration. And the extent to which post trump American concert is we'll have to try and create a new position cognisant of the damage that trump has done to the traditional Republican Party
Achilles and Patroclus in Modern Media
"A couple of episodes are discussed the mythological figures Achilles and Patrick lists and the depiction in ancient texts most notably in his Iliad I don't want to recap episode to thoroughly. So if that sounds interesting to you, I suggest you just go listen to that episode, but I will say a few things necessary background Achilles some. Patrick lists here is off the Trojan War, our break episode which depicted in the Iliad although there is genuinely some ambiguity as to the exact nature of their relationship in the Iliad their relationship is very intense and very important to the plot character arcs and emotional hot of that poll. What is not ambiguous is how their relationship is on the stood in the later Greek texts we discussed. So we discussed east glosses. Play the domes which survives only in fragments famous speech impetus symposium, Ace, Kaz courtroom speech against to Marcus all of which depict achilleas and Patrick lows in a sexual and romantic relationship. As we discussed earlier episode, those works stand relationship in a way that is anachronistic to the Iliad, but we nevertheless thought it was important to note that is reading is a very old an integral part of the evolution of the myth. That you can't really get away from if you're talking about them today speaking of the evolution of this myth, we also spent a bit of time talking about how although people generally appeal to Hermosa when discussing whether Achilles in Patrick Louis Wet. Really love this. Is True one canonical version of the myths in which they feature, and we would be doing them a disservice to understand as early as the real story and every following version as accurate or inaccurate by how it compares to that. I bring this up because it's very easy to find audibles and people talking about how modern adaptations on any good because then not accurate and these articles that generally quiet nitpicky and lazy, and I wanted to know this specifically. So we don't do that sort of thing ourselves. It's inevitable and desirable when adapting these myths into new mediums and feel like very different cultures than the original. That heard this man to make changes just it's necessary to on Seoul's materials while doing. So so we got a comment on differences here, but the compensation will be more like why those changes get made and do we think it works as opposed to just being like well in the Ilia? Data. So with that background out of the way, we're going to talk about Wolfgang Petersen's two thousand four, maybe Troy Madeline Milas to eleven novel the Sung Achilles and the twentieth eighteen BBC mini series story full of the city I think he ranked in the order of like worst to best in my opinion but okay, you may disagree. That was not why I decided to order them. In that way I just thought we'd chronologically but that's fine. I mean now that you said that you did it chronologically and I also view that as West best that makes me feel positive that maybe like an even better adaptation that I genuinely think is good it's coming to clear I don't love any of the music specifically. In seven years but will like no. Sorry in five years because they've come out every seven years how to for two thousand eleven two thousand eighteen. Cool. Okay. Nice. So. We'll be watching an amazing adaptation, the Trojan War with that we will love anyway. So we're going to begin with the to troy maybe the film for it was directed by Wolfgang, pay the send styles Brad Pitt Kilis who just a very two thousand thing to have. It was written by then relative newcomer David Benny off which explains why it's a bit of a dry run, the game of thrones. I that sounds up its vibe. I, was gonNA. Tell you some fun facts about this movie but I decided that they weren't that fun. I cut them all but I'm GONNA I kept one which I tell you solely because it might make you upset Australian. Fun Fact No it's not. So all of the actors in this speak in that accents with the exception of Eric Bana Rosebud, the to Australian actress who had told that they had to get rid of their accents. And I think that's disgusting screw you. Wolfgang. Petersen. I have no problem with like. Okay. You have to change accidents that doesn't sound like a fantasy will like I've whatever accent I have a problem with that and I mean like this some stuff to say about that. But if doing that because you want all your actors to have a consistent accent. Okay. But if you just hate the way Australians, tall, that's not acceptable. Garrett hedlund obvious American accent fine. But Eric Basil accent is absolutely illegal. Sorry. Thinking recompense the twenty twenty, five trae. Offers how the TROJANS are all. Star. I like it. Yeah. The film was commercially quite successful but received mixed reviews, which is frankly claimed more than it does those because it's a bad movie. I tried to watch this movie just like you know throughout my life. I've tried to watch this movie like three or four times. I've sat down in front of this film I've got like twenty minutes and I just can't do it. So. That's where I met with this. Okay Jason Do WanNA disagree and say it's a good movie. Nor I will say that like I don't think it's the worst movie like suddenly I watched this movie as a kid when it came out had no problems with a had some fun fight seines cool choreography some big actors doing fun things than having fun. I didn't really mind it and obviously now watching it I think it has some quite severe problems both as a movie analyzer adaptation I would certainly agree that it's the west of the three adaptations that we're GonNa talk about today. But then again, this is the point cost queers fact and it's not
Market panic after coronavirus spending stimulus packages
"As crown avars cases Roy's across the country and industry shuts down hundreds of thousands of people. Losing jobs and businesses across the country lay going broke so is government spending enough or too much and how long can the Australian economy survive before we keep into irreparable damage? Are WE AS POOR. Kili asks in the Australian newspaper This Week. We burning the village to save it. Daniel would is budget policy and institutional reform program director at the Graduate Institute. And she's the incoming chief executive officer of the Graduate Institute and Salmon. Cowan is the research director at the Center for Independence Studies at Sydney. Think tank that I had up Danielle Salmon. Welcome both of you. Thank you come now. Danielle the in response to the government's big spending stimulus packages those a seventeen billion dollar package about a fortnight ago. Then another six billion dollar one earlier this week in response the markets panicked a full stampede trends indicate that the markets will continue their stampede lock fraught and capital is all this government largess justified. Look I think it is absolutely justified when you look at the style of health challenge. And what the government's trying to do to keep that contained in terms of effectively shutting down pretty significant sectors of our economy You know the hospitality industry is gone. anything that relies on social consumption so a lot of businesses headdresses petitions. The canucks very significant swipe at the economy. And so we need this government package in order to support the businesses during what is going to be a very shop. It comes down to it. Jonathan Freedland in the Guardian this week Sam and he says just as there are no atheists on a sinking ship. There are no free marketeers independent so manure relating free-market t doesn't this unprecedented cross justify unprecedented measures such as much bigger government. Well you've wrought remind frame rocketeer evening across as so. I guess that's a positive spun for from Mor perspective. I think there's an important distinction that we need to make I here. Which is the audio of stimulus as opposed to the broader concept of what government support government action in a pandemic? Cannon should be so the idea that what the government can or should do his prop up. Economic growth is in the short term. Which is what stimulus is. I think that that's a very mistaken idea. It's a mistake and concert. Not The least of which because what? We're actually trying to do here is Danielle roughtly. Daddy shutdown pots economy for health rights. So the the issue here is not so much. A case of should the government being involved in short term stimulus. It's what sort of support package. Should we give to cushion some economic impacts of this crisis in? What should we do on a health perspective? Now of an expert on the hill saw things. That's where the government's getting its health advice from an economic perspective. I think it's important to realize that we cannot prop every business in in the country. You know Macaroni France. Basically said we won't let a single business go bankrupt. That would be a stike. We're looking at a potentially protracted shut down in the economy with significant economic impacts. And we need to be smart in strategic about how we deploy our resources. The government doesn't have an unlimited budget. Econ prop up. Everyone and it shouldn't try and provide support to everyone. What it needs to do is target. It's assistance to the areas most in need to the people most in need and ensuring that when we come out the other side of this whereas applies to as we can be to get coming out on the other side of this means massive deficits as far as the. I can see and that would imply a substantial future tax increase crosses. Maybe as soon as next she wouldn't that retired the recovery. Daniel look really depends on how quickly you try to pay down the debt. And you're absolutely right when we will be wrecking up a substantial amount of with these reforms. There's absolutely no question about that So essentially we are asking future generations to pay for this response but given the importance of supporting business through this and I do agree with him. We will not say every business here. But we absolutely need to avoid. Is You know what will be preheated to economics and the economy becoming a permanent one if we lose a lot of productive capacity and the economy that has got to be the priority. Right now yes it waiting for that we go substantial debt to pay off the government will hopefully find a path to do that in a way that will not hit the the economy is coming out of the what happens if the pandemic lasts into the winter and early. Spring Salmon Cowan that the CLEM will be for another round and then another round of high levels of government spending. Is that really sustainable? Well it's an interesting question Australia's coming into these spots. A lot of people were not an is good spot as wearing two thousand night. But we're not coming into these crosses with government dead at one hundred percent of Jj pay a lot of the countries in Europe. The challenge I think here is and what the government You know it's difficult for the government to do this because it's been so reactive in such a short period of tall it but it is. How can we draw on the resources of society? More broadly so that we don't put the entire burden for these onto future generations. You know if you sort of think of it in these terms Government has its role to apply. It will take its level of debt individuals who have resources businesses who have resources we should encourage them to access those resources as well One good example. These we have caught a good deal of money in superannuation that could be used to support people in the short term. It's not going to be a complete substitute for an expanded welfare system in this cross but it could take some of the pressure off the system at a point in time where we don't know how long this will last Danielle. The government did announce that would allow Australians to access a superannuation. What's your position on that yet? Look wait we think unbalanced the good idea and clearly difficult decision for individuals to make to to draw down on the sweeper particularly the time when we hear the knock. It's onto forming. Particularly well sited the value of their investment might not be what they were but in a world in which the government is offering generous safety net but for many people that will not be enough if I have lost their jobs to keep up with their bills So we think allowing people to tap into those saving given the extraordinarily nightshirt. These crosses is a good idea to help people get
"kili" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Let's break, but this guy number. Yeah. About a oh know I wasn't here for the conversation. So I've just I was wrong. When I said about all right. What did you say that Andrew? Defending the leg of Kevin Durant. That you do. We talked when you said infamous. Yes. And, and you had mentioned that it was on his why are you smirking right now? Not just watch your face smell that used defended that saying that it was on his and his hamstring and tacit was on his achilles heel. Okay. You look crazy. Time out. We did not have a dented anything close to a debate about where the ice was on his leg on who said the hamstring. He just said hamstring ended, we talk about a lot about know you told me hamstring, I met, Kef. Oh, the back of the league area, faculty calf back into when I brought it up. Right. You ain't you mentioned that there was also a Kili. Yes, you looked at me like I had ten heads. I don't remember that I do. Okay. Sorry. It's whatever. I did. I'm so you were wrong and I know I was wrong. Okay. Thank you. Yes. Yes. Been wrong since the beginning, the rep, I think here that I just wanna be Rydell time. And that's not starting okay? Everyone. Yes. Starting and. Okay. No, you're. So smart peaches chiming in wrapping though, now, so. Right. Fustrated little that was really hoping that you were the same pullover today, but you're not never happened. Now he doesn't have. Right. Thanks. Tazal never wear that there's an old half, right? I actually do have the same one him, and I won't wear it. Because he wears it every day. Yes. So I can never wear my Taza moose hot jacket. So I'll wear other ones. Gotcha. I have. Although Taza moose ones that I'm wearing my esteem buffalo Bill one right now. Custom Tasma Taylor. Well, once you get better at your job, you will. Standards really depressing. Two minutes. Not the sensitivity Mike. At your job. You're here we go. I. Something really, to Mike fair joking around, and he gave me the whole snowflake Jones. I mean, come on, stop timer snowflakes stop real estate mad. Let's just place. You're right. You're right. You're right. I'm wrong..
"kili" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Over a barrier to get her Jag selfie, but about ten months ago, a guy who got eight stitches in his hand compliments of the same. Big cats says he didn't climb over the barrier. He just leaned over the three foot high wall to take a video I asked local zoologist Dr grace Stafford if he thought wildlife world zoo needs to add plexiglass or something to those barriers. Well, I'm sure that the zoo will look at their all their exhibits with their predators and tickets, you know, assessment of what what situation is. And maybe they'll look at that and add some some distance there. But he says the key to keeping visitors safe is educating them the Jaguar is the most dangerous wild animal in the Americas capable of attacking from land or water. Or pouncing on prey from tree dangerous animal. You don't want to mess around with it. And you really wanna try to respect those bears and and supervise your children to do the same. All. There you go supervise your kids, but we all know there are parents out there unwilling to supervise their young ends and once were also happy to drop their kid into a cage, remember Harambee the gorilla, but peers won't have to do anything quite that dramatic to put their and other people's kids at risks. The mumps measles are making a comeback in Arizona, and people are choosing to not get their kids vaccinated, some parents don't know better. But they don't drive me as crazy as the crazy. Parents who take the attitude of don't tell me what to do with my kids. Yeah. Well, not immunizing. You're healthy kid puts kids who can't get immunized because of actual medical reasons at risk. But all science says that's not possible. Julie McCarthy, not a scientist Kili Townsend says it's like a communist tattoo or something not ready to give up maybe instead of worrying about plexiglass between Jaguars and us. We need plexiglass between us and the crazy people. Join Jim Sharpe and Jamie west tomorrow morning at five as they bring you Amazon 'as morning news here on KTAR news. Five eleven and repeating our top story this afternoon. Something is in the works to replace dolphin eras. Arizona and the parent company says it will not include animals odyssey in the desert is the facility manager. They say they will be pitching, some ideas. But Ventura entertainment has the final say a closed off in areas after four dolphins died in twenty eight months. No cause for their deaths has been given former Hamilton high in Sunday school football player and current free agent, Terrell. Suggs, maybe joining the cardinals on one year deal. That's the word from John Gamba Doro on our sister station. Arizona's sport's ninety eight seven FM the thirty six year-old pass rusher had been with the Baltimore Ravens since he was drafted by them in two thousand three. Well, we now know where the political conventions are going to be held in twenty twenty the Democrats today picked Milwaukee over Miami. And Houston is the city to hold their convention the Republicans had earlier chosen Charlotte North Carolina owned win or not quite finished with Arizona, high country, more snow. Expected from now until Wednesday, Emily Thornton with the national weather service. In flag says that city could get two to six inches of snow and the White Mountains in eastern Arizona will see a lot be a little less impactful and travel, but still still, you know, going to create some periods of of hazardous travel definitely less significant than the last winter storm for sure mount Lemmon near Tucson could see around twenty inches of snow. It's coming up on five thirteen and here's.
The uncertain fate of defeated Isis fighters
"Looking at the dilemma facing European governments as they debate whether to take back hundreds of former ISIS fighters and their supporters who European nationals and want to return home after the near total collapse of the ISIS caliphate. This issues coming to a head because ISIS last stronghold in northeast Syria is on the brink of falling. One of the military groups backed by the US. There says it's already holding eight hundred two thousand foreign fighters in prison, including Britain's French and Germans Donald Trump has called for those to be repatriated immediately. But the UK France and Germany have many reasons to resist to talk about all this with me on the line. From Brussels is Michael peel, the F T European diplomatic correspondent, I'm from Beirut. Khloe Cornish, the F T Middle East correspondent, so Michael. Let's start the discussion with you. There's been a lot of attention in the UK in recent days on one case a lady named Shamima begging who left London as a fifteen year old school go to. Join ISIS in Syria, and now wants to be allowed back to the UK with her newborn baby. Tell us a little bit about the significance of that case. Well, this has become very contentious because this week the secretary of the UK tried to strip this big of her nationality is out of his policy of saying that he would make it difficult as possible for his come back. And then that sparked a huge debate of whether this is fair or even legal, and it really highlights the very difficult situation that European countries in with these places that are that citizens and now that leaving Syria or thinking about coming home as the coalition closes in on the group's last stronghold. And this problem has several dimensions one is the legal aspect that. If these people come home, how would they dealt with can. And should they be prosecuted if they aren't prosecuted their questions of evidence? The obviously the Syrian battlefield. Field is not an easy place to get evidence from that would spend up in a western court. And then there's the question of if these people are not jails and come home and free in the home countries is there danger that they might be involved in terrorism in their home countries in which case, they need to be monitored. And then those all the resources and legal process risks though around that and then on the other side, there's also the point that should European countries. Have the right just to wash the hands of their own citizens because they seen as difficult cases to handle in. Of course, if people like, miss bedroom, don't come home. They remain the problem of Syria, which is a received country that is war wrecks and has suffered hugely at the hands of ISIS. And therefore some people say, well, how is it fad? That's rich European countries. Whose citizens have been recognized home often should put it onto a country like Syria to bear responsibility for what to do with them. Now, we've talked about the UK. Case. What have we heard from French and German ministers about how they're thinking about this dilemma, well, there's some resistance from everybody expressed more or less explicitly in public the idea of people coming home and the castle is for this is being President Donald Trump over the weekend tweeted that European countries should take back their nationals? Otherwise, he said they might have to be released those of them are in custody of US-backed forces. So that's bringing the issue to a head. But no European country is keen to take these people back. So the reasons I've described but then again over the years, many fights have gone back and have been dealt with in different ways. Sometimes by prosecution of the times north now khloe, let's turn to you. Tell us about the situation on the ground in northeast Syria. Where is this is as I mentioned in the process of losing control of its final bastion what's happening there. And what's happening to the people who live in that area been reduced to about three hundred fighters from what we can see from. Central basically in a bunch of tents in the cool behooves in northeast Syria. The UN is said dot I was holding hundreds of civilians in this area as human shields, but news agencies have just reported, the truckloads of people being brought out of the sillage the US box Syrian democratic forces who are fighting ISIS say they've been trying to secure the safe reduces to the ensure while or one civilians are out here in democratic forces say they will attack the final few ISIS fighters, and they really bottled very viciously so far it's a kind of surrender or die situation. So the caliphate in its territorial integrity what they called the caliphate is nearly completely extinguished at this point. But I will live on in other phones and does live on another phone. There's a big camp full of displaced people who were living in this last ISIS stronghold which was developed cooled our whole count, which is close by. We think. About forty thousand people actually who are living in that comes down. He's in dregs, and drives of been coming out is the area since December quite lots of children have been killed from hypothermia and other complications because they conditioned there reported to be really very dire. And it's been very difficult for them in the journey from this last village while I was holding to these Cam. So you should name a bag on the other foreign nationals who commanded this last part of the self declared caliphate found themselves in these Radi. Very dry conditions in this camp on the outskirts of this last bustle, understandable, why people you can see a root out wanted. Try and take it Michael coming back to you. That's talk a little bit about the politics of this in Europe where refugees emerging from Syria and Iraq have obviously been a massively political issue in recent years, you've just been to a big security conference in Munich where this issue of the phone fight. Of very much on the agenda there. What did you learn about how the politics of this playing out in different parts of Europe security conference in last weekend revealed a lot of tensions between the US and European powers over Syria and part of these as we talked about is over what to do with the former ISIS fighters and camp followers who are European citizens. But another dimension is that the US is putting pressure on European countries to devote more resources to Syria care, whether they want European boots on the ground. But certainly they want Europeans become more involved, especially as President Trump has announced that the US will be withdrawing its forces. Although it's still not clear to what degree and when that will happen. But it does as you say play into the whiter crisis in Europe, which is a political crisis as much as anything else about borders and about what critics say is fortress Europe that's been created. Where Europe is becoming more and more reluctant to let people in even when as in this case, the could argue that it has destroyed responsibility to deal with people who are after all citizens over its own countries. And are we seeing any European leaders come under pressure from opposition politicians or indeed media in that countries to either take a very tough line on these foreign fighters ought to be more lenient is that becoming part of the debate. Well, bedroom case in the UK Kili distills, some traditional outlines between a hardline approach which says, well, these people have made that bird, and they need to lie in even if as in the case of miss Bigham met she was only fifteen years old when she left and others who say, well, no, we need to observe all legal and moreover responsibilities to deal with these people in whatever way. And then another strand is those who say, well, if these cases are dealt with in adept way, the results could be that. These people who perhaps could become very powerful advocates to warn people in my otherwise be radicalized in European countries against following the same path. In other words, I made a huge mistake to do the same thing. Absolutely now khloe back to you there, obviously, many more ISIS fighters and family members who do not have European possibles than do. So there are many more thousands of people whose fates up in the air. You recently spent time with some of them in northern Iraq. Tell me what do you think the future holds for them? Yeah. You're right. Because I think he's self declared caliphate stretched across I consider it. And it was thought to have about seven million people living in a one point. So there's another people who are the work twin ISIS or maybe became accidentally associated with them. I think it's very much worth pointing out. There's a lot of grey areas in all the very very difficult to know exactly what being an ISIS member, really meant. Now. The Iraqi government is pursuing a sweeping crackdown on people suspected of being ISIS, fighters or members tens of thousands of men who came out of the territories that were being held by ISIS had been jailed in Iraqi prisons, and there's lots of criticism of this process. Human rights groups said just this is not actually being done a lot of beaver wrestling done based on rumors rather than evidence or base, even on torture confessions. So there have been many executions of people convicted devices membership to this point. But we'll never probably know. Whether or not people were actually ISIS members. I mean think it it'd be difficult to make some of the evidence used in these trials admissible in Mike European corporate? For instance, many families of suspected or confirmed by suspended are living in camps across Iraq. Some of which are reportedly like open at presence because they're not really allowed to leave one of the issues. I notice when I was visiting a couple of days ago was that people lacking in documentations, the con- actually leave the come because there's so many checkpoints around that they'd be stopped intended by anyway, even if it's not an official detainment camps. You can end up being detained by Dennis no having the right paperwork. So these families are largely unable to go home back to the places that the from either because they fear that they will be ostracized and persecuted by people who have gone back weren't isolated or their houses have been destroyed or in the case of a huge majority of people. Was trying to because the men in the family have been detained. Now, the family is being headed by women, and they consider not a safe and secure thing for them to do to actually try to go home. So it's a pretty desperate situation really for them. I mean, they're stuck in limbo. No one could give me a good answer about what's going to happen to these people. You can't prove say or been a affiliate so ISIS members. But they on in a position where they can return back to their homes at the moment. So they're living on aid incomes, and it's very tough conditions. And the scale of this detainment is quite striking in the come. I visited in neno which is close to moso about twenty people came up to tell me members of their family had been detained then hood anything from them for a year and a half or so as long as that. So they've got no idea where they are whether the dead or alive, and a lot of experts have warned that these kind of situation where you build up. This resentment amongst the community that ready spent a lot of time living. Into isis. You encourage them to see the government in a very very negative light dot is sowing the seeds for another confrontation between these kinds of communities on the Iraqi state in the future. Okay. Thank you, very well. It's clear that the war against ISIS may be coming to an end. But the consequences of that war are going to be with the people of Syria and Iraq and indeed with the rest of the world for a long time to come.
"kili" Discussed on The Ziglar Show
"But it's at home. It's a family relationships. Kevin. It's your ability to listen to what your children main to what you'll parents main when they say something and not just listen to the woods that makes relationships feel natural not strained. And you don't feel like every conversations groundhog die with them. So talk about Kyle confusion and conflict, and that happens at home as much as it happens at work, and who wouldn't want to will free of those three things that's the costs. Of not listening. Thank you for going there. Because as you started off in the workplace. That's right where I was going to go and ask you mean, you you have a wife you have children, you know, have grandchildren and as we passed down legacies. Good and bad. This is a legacy that you're living out with them is there as you have come into this awareness in your personal relationships. Whether it's them or those close to you has there been some specific moments of value that are highlights for you and your personal relationships where this listening skill. It was a godsend to have the skill. Yeah. I always say that Kili out doll kinda saved down marriage because classic interrupting listener, a when we get home, and we'll adult guide a wise Tron solve the problem. The gen would be talking about for the die. And then in a coming to this awareness. You know, men listen to fix and women. Listen to feel and what Kili told me was just be in the moment. And just listen. So I'm not saying that dogs are gonna be the answer to everything. But sometimes you'll teach a comes from apply. You absolutely don't expect. And it was his ability to just keep me scented and bring a patients to the to the dialogue with Jena's week. We walk around a block. It's it's about one a half mall will with the dog. It was that plice in spice. It could just be a wide trying may in how to listen to my wife because I'm not better than anybody else. There are things that she's gonna say that frustrate me that trigge may get angry. And it was every time. I notice that it was like, okay. Just K moving on just listen and use the silence allot mole. And sometimes she'd say a with home already you'll you'll turn to talk now. And I said, well, you know, I think if solve what you needed to solve she said. Yeah, you did a really good job thin and literally inside anything for small enough. She talked that out a self and and go to the results. But you know, it's it's hot, you know, with my dad, for example, he struggling with his health his at a stage as lifeways had a stroke and many hot operations and. When you have a stroke struggle with memory, but also him as a strong European mile. You know, his his independence was challenged. He he lost these drive is loss. It's for a wall and listening to him at Jalan pull in that matter to him. I kept saying data. It's not Saif view to drive. You know, I've said don't drive drive thought I had to take a bit own advice in the second. And third time was saying that he wasn't paying any attention was the moment went what does this mean for my dad, it's not about the driver's license. It's about he's independence as as a as a postman, and he would be on selected trapped at home if he wasn't able to drive, and then I'll just turn to at that point in our realize that it wasn't listening. And I said a bad. What's a simple next thing? We can do to find out what you need to do to get you drive his loss. It's back in the conversation changed because. Move from may blocking and may fawning all the reasons why not and are realized in that moment. It was about his independence. Not about driving driving was just an instrument for him to be able to shop food when he wanted to go and collect a newspaper two gallon..
"kili" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Do. That will do it. More coming through Thompson, Buffalo's down by four. All their players out the free throw line missed it. Rebound away to Schwartz Kili pushes up four to jump. Stop. Fires. The fall and hit eight seconds. Five seventy four. One point eight seconds remaining. Mark a few foul before the ball goes inbound is that. Shots and possession. Yes. Can't do that. So you got to try to get a seal or foul, absolutely. Immediately. By like, crazy. And if it does hits ws hands where the jersey get a foul immediately. One point eight seconds, seventy five seventy four. Mckinley hits. Also, contested breezy better better than wide open. Unbelievable. He's got eighteen points. Baddies got sixteen Shane Gatling gun tipsy. So this is all about denying radio. They got time if you can get get a clean catch on the inbound Hannah's, you got time to shoot with what one every minute. Ballpoint in looking looking Holland's Thompson at a foul immediately eight tenths of a second off the clock who they call that one on McKinley McKinley. He's dumb. Hell they call them a Tyler bay. So Tyler with the foul who just checked in. That's his second. So now the free throw line with exactly one second remaining. Stephen thompson. All her pre points in here shooting to you know, it's almost worthwhile. Scotty for tops of the hit. The I missed the second. Stephen thompson. He's got throwing what's the first one that he missed it got away with killing teashop Faldo. Kili Texan fires down court. They got to put five tenths back at clock until right now. The scores table there. No either to show fell. Okay. They put five tenths backs to exactly one second remaining. The score the scoreboard here is almost in the way for a four course, John really is. Here we go really by one tops of fires. Danny it. Now, the pulse will get a chance to inbound the basketball down by two with one second remaining Colorado's worked on this situation. I guarantee you a lot in practice straight triggered in Washington at six forty Levin is gonna play the he's going to guard the ball on the inbound straight control, the analog. Also, try get something near midcourt. The moves reading looking looking played into McKinley. Turns fires three shots all the way. And it's over the backboard out about the bus fall tonight by to the Oregon state cleavers seventy six to seventy four. That was that was one in a millionaire. But. The possibility losses Mark from the six minute Mark to Bill one minute, Mark. Yup. Probably five turnovers and has stretch, and we could not stop or in store for the most part in the second half of this bowl game. Buffalo's gave up forty one points Selig, a huge, it's a pretty hefty number and they allowed Oregon state to shoot fifty six percent. The second half turn the ball over several times. And the turnovers were mostly in the last five minutes of the ball game. What are we say? At halftime. We set of Colorado kid. Keep the turnovers other controls be five or fewer which they didn't do. And if they could outrebounding plus rebounding looking to win this ball game. They did neither. In this contest. Let's quickly. Pause. Ten seconds for station identification. Ten second ID brick for a network affiliates. Basketball network KOA Denver KABC. Oh, HD three boulder. This KOA NewsRadio. Eight fifty AM ninety four one FM. Well, it's disappointing and damaging laws for the full for the second time this season how their whole court has lose seventy Sixers seventy four to the beavers of Oregon state to open up this stretch of seven and eleven at home out the way want to start it as here tonight. Stay with us plus locker room comes your way to talk with head coach tad. Boyle rap. Wrap. Disappointing loss to the buffaloes back at all with hosting the basketball learfield. This is the Pepsi that your father drink and your grandfather, I was your age wasted Pepsi that your uncle Ted drank when rock sounded like this. This is the Pepsi for American pastimes whether your tailgating speedway. Portside watching your favorite player. Make a breakaway. Pepsi for those who are fun. This is the Pepsi every generation link on the court you go to the complaint. Highway profile assist. The twenty nine thousand nine Nissan, bro. Now with available Nissan intelligent, mobility technologies. Like pro pilot assist that can start stopping highway traffic all on its own Nissan road. Nissan, proud partner of the Colorado buffaloes. Bro. Pilot assist isn't.
"kili" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast
"Man steel in the water you see him like breaking a barrier. But I thought the swimming affects look great every time they took off. Oh, what about the death of feta Parker? That was a pretty good moment. That was good. But the only issue I have with that is like these like king. And take you out like that like with Peter and get up. It was kind of. I've talking about best moments is in. Acting really good acting up affecting improv involved that whole bit like it's just so tough to like, I fully appreciate acting. It's just tough as roadway mentioned early because you know, that he's in the next marvel coming out, so tough father and son between him. I don't want to go like a great job. I think that also there's two scenes and Black Panther that always stick out to me is very very good. And and they're both trips to the afterlife. Oh, I like those a lot. Like when when kill Margaret goes sees his dad. That's great. Yeah. But even better than that is when the child finds out what happened and sees his dad, and he's like what the fuck, Dan what's going on in. He's like how did you? How could you do this? I hope that flashback as powerful to when you find out what happened. I've I've watched that scene where the dream sequence where he talks to his dad, and he when the point where he yells is dead that he's wrong and everyone was wrong for doing this. I also love when he yells at forest Whittaker later when he's like following the king now, and he's he's great. That's those two scenes are actually, you know, we always say that the guy kill monger killed not Kili killed he stole the movie. Yeah, he stole the movie from to challenge. But like he had a couple of scenes in there too. Yeah. Yeah. I I've said Chebet bozeman. I agree. One hundred percent. I think they just they gave the better role to kill. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Laurel? And let's not I mean, we already mentioned it. But like the whole battle at warrior falls, the lighting to set the people on the hill the way you don't expect them to throw them up the fucking off the off the thing into the water. That was amazing. Does I did not like that set because look fake to you? If look very fake, and it's just a blue screen. Yeah. But that's my bias for obvious reasons. You're you're you work in the industry. Yeah. Just looked like you know, what to look for just the lighting never looks right Infinity were then like the titan environment. I'm trying to think I just watched it. I liked him. There's New York scene was kind of weird in the beginning. Because like when spider-man's in the park. Yeah. You could you could tell us now Washington square park and kind of like a leered setter not on location. Like, yeah. There was something weird about it. The other sets good nowhere. And our bills is hammer will Kanda was just at Georgia. But it look good. Yeah. Yeah. It didn't. All right works moments in everything in venom. Well, the fact let's throw late me. Let's let's pick a moment. I'm going to say the end of the movie that got spoiled and the trailers when he says we are venom. And it doesn't make sense. He just bit the head off this guy in the fucking Korean lady is doesn't make a fuss and teaches walks away. Like, it's very weird. And it was and that was in the fuck and trailer. That's how the movie ends you bastards. I'm gonna go with kissing Mira. All that's the worst. Yeah. It's the battle. Yeah. Yeah. Their whole romance is basically them looking longingly at each other like stupid and Image immature. is positive show..