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Fumio Kishida wins Japan leadership race, setting him up to become prime minister

The Economist: The Intelligence

02:17 min | 4 months ago

Fumio Kishida wins Japan leadership race, setting him up to become prime minister

"Japan's ruling liberal democratic party or ldp held its leadership runoff election. The last round was between two former foreign ministers. Kishida fumio and kotaro. Mr kushida came out on top. The ldp has dominated japanese politics since its founding in the nineteen fifties. So the party's new. President will be the country's new prime minister when tsuyoshi he steps down toy so in his victory speech. Mr kishida said that from today. I will with all of my energy. Get straight to work. How and where he will channel that energy though is still something of an open question as is how much. The electorate will support him. This year's election for the presidency was more unpredictable than most heading into the vote. Today there was some some genuine uncertainty about who would emerge the victor noah. Sneider is the economists. Tokyo bureau chief but this kind of free for all uncertain circus like for the mvp at least election campaign. I think really master distracted from deeper and more worrying trend in japanese politics namely growing voter apathy and disillusionment from the political process and given that apathy. How do you think it is that. Mr kishida came out on top. The dynamics of this election were a bit complicated. But let's unpack them. Konno tato former foreign and defense minister was the favourite in public and the favourite amongst younger diet members in the ldp who saw him as potentially more transformative figure who also crucially might help them keep their jobs in elections that are looming in later. This fall masan however is unpopular amongst. The party's old guard and and they see him sort of unreliable uncontrollable. He has a reputation for being a bit of a maverick so he won. The the vote of the rank and file in the first round of the party's election but he didn't win enough support amongst his colleagues to win the election outright so it went into a second round run-off there to she support from within the party really proved decisive. It is i think a result that reflects the enduring strength of the ldp's establishment and is in some ways the kind of rebuke of public

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"kotaro" Discussed on My Ghost in the Machine | Philosophy Podcast

My Ghost in the Machine | Philosophy Podcast

03:40 min | 4 months ago

"kotaro" Discussed on My Ghost in the Machine | Philosophy Podcast

"As he comment on her physical appearance at this is pretty much. Why in the game. Sea monkeys enhancing physical appearance. Even though through the process of enhancing gets she has pretty much physically deformed herself i mean. Simone has literally accessorize her body with android corpses. That's how far she was willing to take her hall beauty enhancement project and again. It's important to remember that machines do not have a sex in yard. Omega machines are sexless. They are androgynous. Entities simone machine was neither born nor created as a female. She became a woman after she was created out of her own. Free will simone machine could have just as easily chosen to enact the social performance of a traditional western men or really anything else that it wanted. It literally had no restrictions in terms of what it could have become and this is precisely the facet of simone double vars philosophy which yoka kotaro is trying to illustrate fru though amusement park boss sex and gender even though they may superficially overlap at least to some extent are entirely different phenomena so for example while in ninety nine plus percent of cases humans are either born as a male or as a female there are of course a few rare exceptions to this rule. Triple chromosome humans and so forth. but we won't get into that here so while in ninety nine plus percent of cases humans are either born a male or a female gender on the other hand is nearly entirely a historical social and culturally conditioned phenomenon. Again gender is determined by culture whereas our sex is determined by our biology. I mean for example even though they are biologically nearly indistinguishable from each other. Your traditional mongolian men who lived there in gascons rule acted and behaved a dramatically different manner than your average southern californian men thus today both of these are substantially different genders scripts with different expectations different performances and ultimately different outcomes. So this is the main difference between a person's sex and a person's gender our gender is determined by the culture society and historical period. We were born in whereas our sex on the other hand. The notes a trans historical and transcultural physiological configuration which exhibits a particular set of features properties and biological characteristics. So knowing this what's inaudible war try to express in her philosophy. Is this idea that while we may have little to no control over our sexist given that our sixes are a product of evolution our gender performances on the other hand are things that we are very much in control of so in this sense that will are. Swimming is philosophical. Ideas are very much existentialist in nature. The purpose of transcending gender roles is ultimately slightly modified version of the whole niche in rise. Above your circumstances in order to build a more authentic version of yourself and in this sense in yard omega seem all acts as a cautionary tale regarding the degree to which the social performances which we appropriate for ourselves can not only shape an influence our outer essence our outer appearance and so forth but also how they can shape and influence our inner essence our psychology our goals our dreams and hopes and so forth..

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"kotaro" Discussed on My Ghost in the Machine | Philosophy Podcast

My Ghost in the Machine | Philosophy Podcast

07:17 min | 6 months ago

"kotaro" Discussed on My Ghost in the Machine | Philosophy Podcast

"And this perspective is really emphasized through the mills memories quest storyline so emil in the near automate. Our universe was originally created as this advanced super weapon. And there's no reason for us to go into too much detail here. But essentially the original in male died off a really long time ago but just before dying he was able to duplicate himself and to download all of his memories into a bunch of replicas of himself and the meat in your mehta just happens to be one of those replicas. And what's interesting about a specific emil. You happen to meet is that. His behavior desires impulses. And so forth are all ultimately shaped and influenced by the original mills. Memories so even though you're a male doesn't explicitly remember anything about his original self. Every single facet of his personality is still nevertheless deeply shaped by the memories he inherited from his original self. I mean for example. The meal you meet lives in this rickety wooden structure in the middle of this other worldly underground grass field which is decorated with all sorts of objects from the old world but later in the game once you complete a meal story line when a meal is finally able to retrieve his original memories he finally takes you to his original residents and once they're what you realize is that a had essentially built his current home in the phantom image of his original residents the original. A meal like this place a lot. He spent a lot of time here with people he loved. They were top times sad times but the memories of that journey were his treasuring. And i have a few traces of those memories in my own. Mind so what kotaro. The director of your automate is trying to convey here. Is that if there is anything which really makes us us more than anything else then. That's our memories. Because as a male storylines shows are memories even when not fully remembered can still influence us and ultimately continue to shape. Our behavior desires impulses and so forth. But here's the catch. Your memories are ultimately shaped by the type of physical and cognitive impressions which your body can generate at any given point the memory of that particular song you heard on the radio. All those summers ago is essentially just an auditory impression which got encoded and stored by your nervous system and the same for certain smell. Which takes you back to when you were young and pretty much every single other memory or cognitive impression you've ever formed. I mean even the memories you make in dreams are ultimately shaped by the type of sensory and cognitive impressions which your body can generate dream. Memories can never extend beyond your embodied structure so the current circumstances of your physical body not only dictated types of sensory and cognitive impressions. Your body can recognize but also the types of sensory and cognitive impressions. Your body can generate and in this sense. Memories are essentially the lingering traces of your previous embodied experiences be them external or internal. I mean if a lion for example could somehow transfer its memories into a human body that lyon would not become human that lyon would become enormously confused and disoriented because none of its memories would make any sense within the context of a human body and this is why in your auto mehta andrews can download their data into different android models to begin only download her data into battle android models. Nine s can only download his data into scanner android models and so forth otherwise. Just like a lion's memories would not make any sense inside of the human body their memories will now make all that much sense inside a different android model and there's of course leads to the following question if memories are ultimately shaped by the conditions of our body and if our memories are the real us then what happens to the real us once our body ages or starts doing code memories differently and this problem is illustrated in your auto mehta for the supply. Trader supplied traitor has a broken leg. And when you ask the supply trae white doesn't he just fix his leg after all. Here's a supply trader and hence has. all of. The necessary party needs to fix his leg. The supply traitor basically responds. That he doesn't want to fix it as he puts it. I've repaired this all body of mine one hundred times over during this war i've swapped parts in and out so many times. I can't even keep track for this leg. It's never been touched. So if i go and replace that i mean even be me anymore. Or would i just dot dot dot and what he wanted to say is of course or would i just disappear. And this is a direct allusion to the whole ship of theseus paradox. Now to make a long story short. The ship of theseus paradox simply asks will ship which has had all of its parts replaced over time still remain the same fundamental ship as it originally was or will it gradually over time. Turn into a new ship altogether and just to add another layer of complexity to all of this. Because why not war to happen if you were to build out of all the discarded parts of the original ship of theseus a second ship next to the current one which one of these two ships will then be the real ship of and of course. This paradox directly applies to our sense of embodiment which constantly changes as a byproduct of changes which happen to our bodies as we age and as such. There's no real component of you which can remain entirely stable over time. I mean from a physical perspective. You are essentially whatever neuropsychological configuration. You just so happen to find yourself in at the moment and hence there's nothing to extract per se. There's no extractable you extracting the real you from your body is equivalent of trying to extract the real ocean from the ocean. I mean you can extract salted water. But you'll never be able to extract the ocean itself. Your consciousness monitors your body and your memories while your memories keep track of your previous censorial cognitive embodied experiences so the three work as a threefold embodied union you need all three of these conditions order to be you you need a body you need a consciousness to monitor your body and of course you need memories to keep track of your previous censorial of experiences in order to develop your own unique sense of you. So that's on your automate approaches. The topic of what makes you you. It is essentially a combination of different factors..

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"kotaro" Discussed on Are Weeb There Yet?

Are Weeb There Yet?

04:53 min | 9 months ago

"kotaro" Discussed on Are Weeb There Yet?

"So close so close to being what we weren't who could have imagined google or get into strap it strap in. There's gonna be some cute baby talk and then a hard episode three. Yeah that's my so we open on episode one. Of course yes. We opened on a boy and a very little boy. And they're in a school and The older one is he's about high school aged and he is walking the little boy kotaro through the school when he stops and he looks down coach a retired. Or can you keep walking and koto just nods and he's like okay well eczema yeah So kotaro seems very nervous so high school boy tells him not to worry that the chairwoman is gonna take care of them and this boy. The older boy is really not reach. E there's an extra syllable in there and he inner monologues about his parents and how they were never home but then they passed away in a plane crash so the chairwoman of the school lost her son and daughter-in-law in the same crash so she's taking them in Try i miss that. It was the same crashes. Well so okay. What what did just fine person to be like you orphans over there. Give me an urgent now. Yeah same disaster. So they get to her office and she's just this old lady in. Kotaro calls her shaggy. She's like took you guys long enough and she's like you guys are. You guys. aren't a replacement for my son. I don't like have sympathy and she's just like you. Have you been taking care of your little brother since like you were a little kid like your whole life. And he's like yeah and she's like perfect and she says that when you re ritchie isn't in class. He's there to be the schools babysitter. Well i have to babysitters higher school of kids. My age do imagine.

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"kotaro" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

05:27 min | 11 months ago

"kotaro" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"kotaro" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"kotaro" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"kotaro" Discussed on Ninja News Japan

Ninja News Japan

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"kotaro" Discussed on Ninja News Japan

"Satori. As a very different life from the rest of us keeping millions of Yen just around her house in closets and open safes. Yeah, I just I would love to know what her thinking was and why she kept this amount of money here in this amount of money somewhere else. He akuza was arrested for having 213 marijuana plants and two kilograms of dried marijuana in his house. He was valued at $72 million yet. So that includes the plants and the dried marijuana already. So I really wanted them to separate those numbers so I could actually work out how much a single marijuana plant is worth. I don't know how much two kilograms of dried marijuana is worth basically the first and second floor of his house was covered in marijuana plants and the lights and all the the like irrigation systems. You need to grow plants indoors, which is a huge set up. And he was arrested and he said I shared the marijuana but I never sold it. So this is again professional criminal doing the professional criminal stuff. He's admitting that yes, it's my marijuana. Yes other people have gotten it but no one is paid for it. So it's not trafficking. He's going to get arrested for growing it. He's going to get arrested for having it. But he's making sure right out the gate. He doesn't get a trafficking cuz that is a way way higher penalty. He knows what he's talking about. He knows what he's doing. So I kind of appreciate the the level of professionalism this yet who's is showing And seventy-two million you had a plant has a lot of plants man. Like I'm figuring the whole house. There was almost no space for anything else. It was just marijuana plants everywhere off a tiny final note the game Fall Guys where you play a little they call like a bean man, you run through a little obstacle course against other people internet that's very fun and very cute. It's primarily cute because of the shape of the people and the suits you get they have added a Godzilla skin so you can get a lot of little Godzilla suit to wear off in Fall guys. If you play that game that should be your singular goal from now on cuz that is the best suit they have other ones economy has put in some suit some skin KFC the headcrab from Half-Life is in there, which is something that I would want Sonic the Hedgehog these skins already exist. So it's clearly how if you buy it you're making money you can earn wage. Points in game and get it that way. The Godzilla skin actually only almost made me go back and play the game. I didn't so I came close. I mean if they certainly hit something that I'm I'm into I tried to get the Godzilla broadcasted whiskey had sold out in the first five minutes and it was an online auction thing. So I wasn't even able to like really get into get a chance but these dumb skins and stuff. They do have an appeal but it has to be very specific to the things. I really like for me to actually, you know, take action. Japan had two whiskeys eat that's gone. Just like, you know Hope and Dreams. Hope you had a good Halloween if you went as Godzilla, I'd like to see that counsel is a great character. I've loved my whole life. If you're playing fall guys, please get.

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"kotaro" Discussed on Ninja News Japan

Ninja News Japan

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"kotaro" Discussed on Ninja News Japan

"She actually owed 115 million yen in taxes. So these guys had kind of done their homework. They knew about her financial situation, but they also should have known that if she's already been caught they're not collecting. You don't like they don't show up your house. Just collect the money. They come up with a plan. They take it out of your bank account or there's a payment system something like that. So they started one guy off or still and the other guy started like rifling through her place. She noticed that these guys were wearing earphones and it seems like they were getting instructions from someone else which is already a really weird kind of element to this crime. They found two point five million yen in an unlocked safe, and I've actually underline the word unlocked in my notes because it's almost how a safety issue isn't supposed to work you're supposed to lock it. And the reason for us to lock is people can't get into it. They probably would have found the safe and honestly to avoid getting hurt she probably would have been forced to open it. But the point is the safe should have been locked. That's the whole point of a safe leaving it open is a bit weird. They then found 3.5 more million yen in the closet. So I'm not I really want to know was this a stack of money was it in an envelope? Was it? Like I don't actually know how much 3.5 million yen. Is it sure? It's a big stack of money wasn't in like a shoebox. And why was it in the closet? Why was it not in the safe as well? That should be closed and why should even more money in the closet than she's keeping in the safe maybe to open the safe. We can take that and then hopefully they'll be happy with that in just leave but she's just keeping six million yen her house just regularly, which I'm finding in itself to be kind of a strange thing. The average salary in Japan is about 4,000 get a year. So she has an average person's yearly earnings in her closet and an open safe in her house. So she's clearly living a very different lifestyle. There were three arrests made they were all in the car together and they found four million yen in the car. So I'm wondering if they managed to spend two million yet already. I don't think that's likely but it'd be very interesting if they manage to in a very short time spend one third of the money they'd stolen cuz I mean honestly that is the best way to do it because then the money's not on you and they can't get it back. I don't think I'm always interested like in crimes when you steal money from someone. Do you have to pay it back or do you just do jail time? That money's just gone actually something I should look into. I'm assuming you have the police found the money. This is gone forever. So not only were you you know robbed and they were caught and they get punished but there's no sort of satisfaction there for you unless you get satisfaction of people going to prep which you know, maybe you do so.

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"kotaro" Discussed on Ninja News Japan

Ninja News Japan

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"kotaro" Discussed on Ninja News Japan

"The Misfits were the bad guys in Jem and the Holograms, but she was nice that she would sometimes help them. So they didn't get hurt and stuff and they you know, it was it was it was a bad girl with a good heart, which is apparently what I'm looking for in life. So there you go. If you want to like track down all those names and animes you can make your own judgments see if you agree with people in their thirties forties and fifties. I think the older style animation. Yes just wasn't home to me. I got into enemy very late even into his a bit strong. I've watched some anime and I started watching it when I was in my twenties and thirties that's when I started watching stuff University. I watched all of her room and then I watched when I came to Japan, I watch the live action show. I feel I feel confident that I can make judgments on the Sailor Moon girls in this way. I did avoid the pitfall of like ranking them numbers wise, but I realized when I watch Sailor Moon yet like Sailor Mars has all the attributes. I like I would say I liked it on but it was a sailor Mercury's personality that won me over. So I I feel like I'm not as shallow as I thought I was after having that realization that you know, she became more attractive to me over time because I liked her as a person or a sales job. Are you know initially was very striking but just you know long-term relationship wasn't going to work out. They're also they're not real. An interesting development with the new government is the communication minister in Japan has decided that basically the big cell phone carriers have all there's not you know conspired but they're all their pricing is very similar. So it's kind of set you kind of get you know, what they offer and there's no choices and I didn't realize this having lived in Japan as cellphones became wage common thing. I didn't know the pricing another country. So it seems that other countries are getting way better deals on there like data limits and stuff. So I get 3 gigs a month for whatever I'm paying off. I was happy enough with that but I think unlimited is a lot more common in other places to Spur competition between carriers. They want to simplify your ability to change companies wage. I've changed from one company to another the look of Despair. The poor woman had when I walked in and said, I want to cancel my contract cuz I I really just wanted a specific phone at one time. And they didn't have it and I wanted to go to this other company. I would get all the deals for joining the new company and the phone I wanted specifically at this point to be honest a lot of phones. I figure exactly the same..

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"kotaro" Discussed on Ninja News Japan

Ninja News Japan

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"kotaro" Discussed on Ninja News Japan

"You can buy a bunch of merch of course. I mean, this is all touristy stuff. I'm sure it's way overpriced but its original March and this one of the ways Japan gets you is you can only buy this product. If you go on this thing, that's a pretty smart tactic to get people to buy stuff because I went through the effort of getting on this stupid steam that doesn't go very fast because it has Demon Slayer slapped on it. I have to buy the T-shirt the button whatever the goes with it. If you're in Japan in your able to go to Kyushu and you like demon there, I mean that's that's a pretty specific combination, but it's also pretty common. Yeah, please go take a look at that train. It was a seven year old kid called cultural and he said locomotives are cool. I would just like to point out that quote. Know is wrong are much much better trains since then and actually be really honest trains are not cool. That's the engineers. Japan Hill. I'm going to die on this week. Kotaro is wrong. Since we're talking about anime. I found a very interesting little survey and it was people in the thirties forties and fifties month. And so they surveyed 300 men since it's three categories are similar 100 from each group and the survey was the first anime girl they fell in love with That I don't know. I found that kind of fascinating. Of course. It's going to be from their use. So it's it's a generational thing almost cuz they're doing ten year periods. It's it's interesting to see because it shows what was available the time so people are thirties the girls they fell in love with was Ray from Evangelion. I believe raised the girl with blue hair and she is I'm going to make my own personal judgments on these days. She is fine ran mouri from Detective Conan. I've never liked that animation style. They got weird mouths and noses. So not for me odd lump from you say yasuda, which is something I've never heard or seen so I don't actually can't give a judgment on that soggy ski know from Sailor Moon Sailor Moon herself. I was more of a say in a Mercury fan myself. I did have a thing for Sailor Mars for a bit. But then Sailor Mercury kind of like came up from behind and didn't really won me over so I have to disagree with that one I think wage. Take the blue haired girl over the main character any day. And then number one. This was in reverse order by the way. Number one was Bulma from Dragon Ball. I've watched a few episodes. And again, the animation style doesn't appeal to me enough. So I'm not as into that is Cathy Lee the thirty-year-old Memoir we get to the men in their forties and we get shampoo from Ranma 1/2. Now, I watched Ranma 1/2, actually remember it quite well, and I don't remember the character of shampoo, so I can't make it a value judgement. They're Aya, Madoka. I, I've written it. So messy Mya doco a car. Yeah, or Kawa. I can't read if I've written a w or now. Anyways, Madoka from chemo go to Orange Road. I haven't watched that anime, but I actually had the T-shirt..

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"kotaro" Discussed on Ninja News Japan

Ninja News Japan

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"kotaro" Discussed on Ninja News Japan

"If you actually want to commit yourself you really have to think about you know, how you're going to do these things the police raided his house. They found six hundred DVDs wage. They look really professional. So the pirate who made these really put some effort into it and I appreciate effort. Even if it's for Crime, you know, I got to appreciate when someone does something Only take some pride in their craft. No, that's not all. A very interesting statistic is every week. They sort of do the top selling manga in Japan. So it's like essentially, you know, you got your top ten list the top 10 popular songs in Japan manga such a big thing. They do the top, you know, that's like a Top fifty or twenty-five or something selling manga now the top twenty two spots. So number one all the way down to number 22 are all editions of demon Slayers. It's going to be like issue one issue five. If you three issue whatever the reason they've taken the table 22, is there only twenty two issues available. So there's only been twenty two comics and you know, if there's twenty-three they would have the top twenty three spots right now. So the other spots have been taken by other Comics, but I mean if you're coming in at number twenty-four twenty-five now, it's like well, you're not going to be Demon Slayer. I mean this is it you're done. So that's interesting that Japan the country has just gone all out buying every single issue the back issues of Demon Slayer want to catch up with it going to see the movie ten billion yen. I mean, it's it's obviously crazy. I haven't watched it or Reddit. That's not a judgment my family watched it. It was all in Japanese. It was a little hard for me. I kind of you know got it but I wanted shuttle T. This is the subtlety that's going to make anything entertaining for you. It's so popular happened about a hundred years ago is the setting so now everyone's kind of jumping on board. There's my Segway for it off hundred years of book go jumping on board steam engines in Kyushu. There's an old steam engine train that they've made look like the train from the most recent movie. So in the story on the train people keep disappearing thousands of people have gone missing on this train the heroes get on the train. I haven't seen it again. So I don't want you to take this as fact it's not spoilers cuz I don't even know what I'm saying, but I'm guessing the hero goes to find out why people are disappearing on this train or they get on the train and Subway disappear. And then I assume there's some sword-fighting and a big battle at the end and he defeats the bad guy doesn't bring anyone back but you know, they do their best, you know, you've made it in Japan if they have a train themed after you so there's been Pokemon trains. There's been there's been sailormoon trains. There's been all kinds of train themes. They painted different colors or they've done different things with it off getting your own train in Japan has got to be the Pinnacle of success because now you've gone to something that everyone uses this is a tourist train cuz it's actually a steam engine. I think I'm home. Was checking on it didn't seem like it was a new electric power train. I think it was an actual steam engine. It goes from Kumamoto to Hakata station. Just basically I think people just take it's like a tour. I think anyone cares about going through you want you want to say I was on the Demon Slayer trained on the train..

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"kotaro" Discussed on Ninja News Japan

Ninja News Japan

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"kotaro" Discussed on Ninja News Japan

"I don't even want to start talking about crime virus. There's only two stories. I found that I thought were even vaguely interesting we're talking about. So I guess I can power through that. I've just gotten to the point where Yeah, I mean I don't want to talk about it. This is being recorded right after Halloween and it wasn't as many people in Shibuya, but I'm expecting the bump the the public office had a bump of coronavirus cases to come from this they are planning to increase coronavirus testing currently they do about twenty-five thousand a day to actually is not that many and they want to increase it to sixty five thousand a day by December what they're actually doing is trying to get ahead of flu season. So what the worried about Is we're not going to be able to tell the difference between the flu and Corona. So let's say you go to the hospital with flu symptoms. The first thing they're going to do is a flu test and if it does not show positive for that, then you get a coronavirus test. And what they're going to try to do is weed out the flu from the coronavirus, which I'm wondering if it's more important to get a long shot this year or not because the number of flu cases as mentioned before in an earlier episode. It's actually weighed down because people are now washing their hands and then wiping down surfaces and being more careful overall and wearing masks. So the number of flu cases has been dramatically affected by this and it shows actually that these preventative measures are effective and we just got to keep people doing it until covid-19. Which is not going to happen because then we have Halloween and never goes out at Halloween and then it comes back. This is why I don't want to talk about it. It's just like a loop at this point. I almost want to record something wrong with a set of statements. Like it's a public holiday number of cases will go up people who aren't following these basic procedures or getting it and then just play that maybe at the very beginning or the very end of each episode and then I don't actually have to personally deal with it anymore other interesting news on the Cove. It front is Takeda Pharmaceuticals money supply fifty million doses of vaccine. Now that only covers twenty-five million people because you need two shots for it to actually work. This vaccine has been developed by an American drug company called Madera. And it's really just the first of a series of agreements. They've made it'll be interesting because what you're going to end up with in Japan is wage, maybe three possible vaccines available. And the question I have is are you going to get a choice and then maybe is one more effective than the others and all these other kind of thing that we're not going to know about until we actually start getting the doses. The interesting thing to me is once we start getting our vaccines, is it going to be like, oh you got that vaccine. Oh, you're totally covered. I got the other vaccine which is only like 70% effective or something. It might actually lead to a different kind of classism or racism or something where you know, you could be looked down upon off forgetting the wrong dose because it's known to be less effective after a while. Of course, that's a speculation was just an interesting side thought we're going.

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"kotaro" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"kotaro" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"ESPN 1000 So the White Sox still looking for a manager, World Series, Game four last night, raise 87 over the Dodgers game five tonight. Her Sean Glass Now we'll hear it here at the station. ESPN 1000 beginning around 6 30 with free game. Don't forget if you miss any of the shows during the week or a few star so you can find it at the ESPN Chicago at probably the easiest radio app I've ever gone to. Absolutely. If I could do what you can do it exactly. I was listening earlier today to something that I did yesterday with Mark Sanders. I came up. I got to exactly what I was looking forward. Head the 12 seconds. It was pretty amazing, but the manager's white sacks of there's a lot of names out there. So bench coaches bench coach Ray's met Kotaro Bob guaranteed that it was a manager and Oakland He's the bench coach Joe Espada, whose name comes up. You see Houston bench coach Sandy Alibi, which I can't believe Sandy Alamar is not gonna end up in Cleveland since he's been doing that. Since Franco has been sick and things like that the three names that they're the biggest. Here are Tony LaRussa, who was with the White Sox back in the heyday of the early eighties, when the White Sox made the playoffs and Had a chance until what great pitchers duel with Britt Birds and all of a sudden Tito Landrum hits one of the upper deck. Possible, cowboy. Yes, you caught on the billboards. Yeah, on a J. Hinch and also Alex Cora. A lot of people say, Well, I don't want to bring a cheater ID and my only response to all of them, Brian, and I know how you feel. Everybody cheats in baseball. These guys got caught. Everybody see, the Yankees have semi admitted that they cheat. They find a different way to do it, but they cheat also. Ha ve Bio says Why can't you know It's hard for me Tio this year? What one of the excuses for him not hitting was because there was no replay. Yeah, was there is no video replay number 5000 people cheering him. Yeah, all that stuff, But I have no problem giving a J. Hinch or Alex Gor another chance. I don't want to see Tony LaRussa. You you covered some white sacks were told him. How did you not take your crap to be a man? What? God, Yeah. I only want to talk about today's game yesterday. I could not stand going into his office. He was just he was a grouchy old man, and he wasn't even old. Yeah, it's ah, Whitey Herzog. There was a guy in tone. You'll have to be blind and he Greenberg, yes and Bob would be let's say persisted in his questioning. You always want to be the first ask question, and who cares? You're not yourself up, but he has Herzog. I think three different times the same question within about 10 minutes. And this is old school baseball friend says to him. Look, I know you're blind, but he ain't deaf and dumb to me. Things you couldn't do now, right? You had no one. No problem. Just blurting out whatever they're thinking at the time. Look LaRussa could it could it be done? Is there a way and yeah, I mean, I was thinking like black people. Jack McCann was what 72. But that was 2003. That was 17 years ago, right? Yeah, And he basically had begin running the clubhouse and being the guy the players went to and if they were, you know they wanted to please the manager. They went as IAM Gayman here forward as he kept it to himself. Everything was going. Jack was everybody's grandfather and you know, great. I don't think that happens Make couldn't crucifying a young staff and be just kind of this manager emeritus where And is this all about Jerry? Right store trying to pay back an IOU? Because fire who knows? But I don't It couldn't work. Yes, but shouldn't work. No. And I remember when, when You know, Jerry told Kenny Williams Teo, give Ozzy interview. You know, Kenny High rise again When the boss tells you what he is basically thinking, you go on given interview and Look as he was a manager in one world serious but we also know how Kenny and and as he did not get along them, they bought it heads throughout, right? Sure, so if it's not the GM sky, and it's not gonna work in the long run, So if you truly believe in reconnoiter whatever degree can he still involved in decision making? He just basically let him do his job, right? If he thinks Tony LaRussa was the best guy, I can't believe that to be true, But you know, given 76 all that, then go ahead and hire him. Then that's on Rick conned, but you know Look Sandy Elmore Junior to me, Aziz said, likely will end up in Cleveland. But for years I thought he was going to be a manager here, and with all the Hispanic players you have, He'd be great with them. He's you know, he was a great guy to get along with and to represent your team. You know what the press and everything else and I think it's a damn good baseball mind too. So what you do is help in Cleveland, right? I mean, the fact that he's been sitting there learning from Terry Francona, too. Doesn't hurt anybody that it also so you know, I do have some issues with a J. Hinch. I know he's a genius, but If you're that smart, then why'd you have to cheat even after you were told by Major League baseball If we catch it, it's going. You're going to pay you You're going to pay and you're gonna pay big time. And he did. So he allowed it to go on at the very least, if he wasn't actively encouraging it, so Sandy El Mar Jr be mine. The thing about Tony LaRussa. I went back and looked and looked at some articles from back in the day. Everywhere he was at, he ruined pitching steps. He ruined a pitching staff at Oakland. They want because they had the bash Brothers and McGuire. They had been safer they had guys like that. And say Lewis. He won two World Series, but he also had a nice pitching staff that he ruined also, he was I went back, and they were trying to put together which actually something Kevin Cashen the Rays have been doing lately with the opener. Something that LaRussa and Dave Duncan we're trying to put together with boy. I think it was with the Cardinals. I can remember dollars. I read a while back..

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"kotaro" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"kotaro" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Take off. It is 9 46 love to get your reaction to that representative Dan Crenshaw, Republican of Texas. He said. The president could calm this and and should speak out and say yes, I support a peaceful transition or a continuation of power. We'll understand where he's coming from. But it does not paint a good picture that and still it doesn't instill any confidence. And I'm also kind of taken aback. But I shouldn't be surprised, though the reporter that were whoever itwas that was asking that question how aggressive he was towards the president. How hostile Hey, sounded and obviously he was, you know, Warning. I think he got the answer. He wanted. That's for sure. The reporter? Yeah, Yeah, he was He was he was made the news. I'm still I'm still just I'm still just shocked when I heard these personal I'm I'm amazed at how much Donald Trump does give. The press is far as how accessible he is to the press. And they still attacked him. Attack him attack him. I just can't believe the still the lack of respect. The lack of respect for that guy by the press is just extraordinary. Not new, but but that just kind of drove it home Yesterday. I couldn't believe the tone from that reporter that that reporter was looking for a fight. I don't mind reporters asking tough questions. I don't need that at all. That's what journalists do. You should ask the tough questions, and that's a legitimate question. It's a little a legitimate question because the president himself even Republicans. Both sides. The all politicians are concerned about a questionable uneasy election night in Election week's election season. It's not an election night election season until we finally get all the ballots counted. People are really concerned, and that's why the market. The stock market is reacting yesterday and today, too, that uneasiness he could help calm those nerves a little bit if he if he had a better answer there. Well, I understand that the reporters have to ask the tough questions, Todd, but but in a way, I'm not trying to defend that report. Just interrupting him. He interrupts him interrupts him. Interruption. That's extraordinary. It's the president of the United States of America. And the lack of respect for that office. Now is just it is. It's a tough deal. It's tough Deal. T permit a stomach and no matter who was in there. I don't care if it be Hillary Clinton. You don't approach it that way. But Yeah, it's it's a valid question. And I think Donald Trump probably should have said Yes. Yes, I will. Yeah, I hear what you're saying. Yeah, you've heard about the group. Your minute is up. You heard about this group of about a dozen people or so they got together with Well, they spoke with K TBC about their mission to get rid of some city council members, and they're kind of mocking the mayor's You got a minute updates. Hey, does this on social media give everybody an update on covert 19? Here in Travis County. Every night I get evening, Steve Adler minute. Yeah, that's Steve had on how he begins those meetings and and this group that's called your minute is up there on a mission to save this city Pretty much. I mean, that's the ultimate goal. They say this city has. Well, they wake up every day, and it's a city they just don't recognize. They spoke with Katy B. C. These are small things. It's not that way. Just think way, disagree with that. But the truth is, they're changing our very lives. Susan's Kotaro has lived in Austin for more than 30 years and says she's angry and disappointed with how the city has transformed people felt very free to come down here immediately. Walk down the street. You don't feel that way. It's a shame it didn't Tara was part of your minute is up a group of Boston citizens.

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"kotaro" Discussed on Digital Coffee

Digital Coffee

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"kotaro" Discussed on Digital Coffee

"News much much more and Free Games as well as you all know. Now. Dragon Age four lead said the game is still being worked on, and it's going to be coming out, but progress is slow. The reason why progress is slow, because will you gusted? covid nineteen. But, they're still working on it hopefully eventually, come out sometime in. The future hopefully the next couple of years. We're missing Camman by where we want you make a really great game. Anthem was a complete letdown and drama was still let down. You need to have something. Redeeming game says that we're back. We know we make games. We know how to make games because right now. No one really. Cares about your games anymore. We just want remastered versions of mass effect which you should be making by the way that'd be actually really cool. Always moving onto star wars, the old republic is now available through steam, so there should be huge uptick in player counts as well, but that's good, because now you don't have to download the. Client itself you get through team and you can play through there. I like Star Wars Republic because I just like star wars and spend play is free to play, but you should buy one thing or another or even get one month of its who you can get everything all the. Stories all going with it in the first month, and then you cancel it right after you get everything through that that's the best way of doing it, but I do enjoy star wars republic quite a bit. I wish that the head of Kotaro three-game. Hopefully they're making it out..

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"kotaro" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"kotaro" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Hi Christopher Kotaro medical director of the Hawaiian eye center my colleague Dr Stephen rea and I enjoy our work helping people see better we now offer an advanced precise accurate and customized cataract procedure designed to enhance the outcome of cataract removal laser assisted cataract surgery uses the latest advances in refractive cataract here to see if you remove cataracts and help restore vision with the use of femtosecond laser technology allowing us to tailor treatment for each patient this technology improves our ability to correct vision near far and in between at the time of cataract removal so if you're concerned about cataract glaucoma diabetes in the ice or just want new glasses connect with us today this is us online and Hawaiian eye dot com on Facebook and Hawaiian eye center or call seven three three twenty twenty twenty twenty I'm doctor Stephen rea of the Hawaiian eye center my colleagues Dr tatara and I enjoy helping people see better and after Christopher Tortora Hawaiian eye centers about making a difference in people's lives we can help with cataracts glaucoma diabetes and more classes or surgery it's about I care call us today at seven three three twenty twenty spells seat twenty twenty or find us online at night dot com and Mister Hawaiian eye radio show Saturdays at eight AM on newsradio eight thirty cage the ache phone lines are now open for your questions on the whole line I show called five eighty three eighty three now here's your host Dr Christopher Tortora.

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The Bizarre Case Of Cotards Syndrome

A Moment of Science

02:00 min | 2 years ago

The Bizarre Case Of Cotards Syndrome

"Hill. I'm beat I didn't get a lot of sleepless nights. So today I just feel like a ambi- UCLA that dawn. But did you know that some people believe that they are, in fact, the Walking Dead, Qatar syndrome is a rare condition where patients sincerely believed that they've died. Whoa. I may say that I feel I death, but he only mean it metaphorically. I didn't know that. Anyone said it literally how do people go about their day when they think they're dead? It's rare. But it happens. Thanks to a range of possible delusions a relationship with their body completely changes. Some patients believe their corpse others think that their organs are rotting sometimes a patient might think that their body doesn't even exist at all. That's just the physical body, some individuals with Qatar syndrome believed that their soul is doomed to hell or they experienced luge of immortality. That seems dangerous. If you don't think about it really exists. It must be hard to take care of it. If I didn't think our live or thought my organs were running, or gone, I wouldn't even want to eat. And that was the fate of Mademoiselle ex a patient of French neurologist Zuhdi Kotaro in eighteen. Eighty Mademoiselle ex-police that many of her organs were missing. And as a result, she was sure she didn't need food Qatar witnessed her death by starvation and his report of the case led to widespread recognition of the syndrome. Doctors today are still researching how to prevent and treat the condition. There's moment of science come from Indiana University, there, thousands more moments of science on our website at a moment of science dot org. I'm Yale Cassandra dog less.

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"kotaro" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"kotaro" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"And just you know, the analogy of of getting the right people on the bus really and looking at we had some coaches to part, and and looked at that as an opportunity to our football team to grow and make make ourselves better. So that that's really what it's been. But yeah, I've really watched joss long enough to to know that and we and we talked. And have safe philosophy really offensively which I like, but I like to like the idea of really of him running it. So we got we have some very fine offense coaches year. No question about that. And and you know, they they feel like this. Yeah. Let's go. This is direction we're going. So let's go, and let's make it. Let's make a great. Let's make it work and everybody everybody that has the attitude that Josh had really when I talked to said, you're my best. And when he said that that's that's what that's what we're looking for somebody that's hungry to make us better too. And. So we'll we'll get all the all the final. Thanks sorted as we go. But getting the right people on the bus and getting them in the right seats. That'll I think that'll happen. Very quickly. And it's already going really smooth. So far. It's getting to know the coaches in the building it is, you know. You know, I reiterate I think we have the best coach staff in the country. You know, you get a chance to work with some of these guys going to chance to work within their backgrounds, and you look at the years expertise that they've had you know, I think it, you know, I think our chemistry is one of the things that is important. And we've those guys have been open armed to me, and my family they've been welcoming this is by far the most how how hospitable staff and I've been around. I mean, just from checking on you from little things to making sure your family's. Okay. Coming up here with my wife and kids for the first time, you know, that was something that I was a little bit hesitant on. And and coach called and said, hey, look, I wanna make sure that your family comes up here and for him to extend that invitation that's not that doesn't happen quite often college football, especially with new hires. Usually, you go in you, all in you kind of pair yourself in a room, and you don't see your family for two or three months. And you know, that was something that was important to Kotaro on when he said that to me it really showed me not only the type of coach. The type of Manny is type care to the type of family person leader that I truly won't be around. I want my kids to be in this environment because it's been so welcoming. So I it's been you know, it's been a dream for me to get to this position. And it's even more of a dream to be.

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"kotaro" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"kotaro" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Is very confident right now the way things are going for him. He's in double figures. He's a guy that gets to the line to and then there's a bunch that'll play k j Davis is a sophomore from Portsmouth Virginia at six points in a couple of rebounds last year. In on the average against the U of M Tyler foster is a freshman from Baltimore went design prep trae Tae hardy, a freshman from Decatur Georgia who was all constitution Georgia player of the year. Those three guys almost certainly will will play Dimitri, a spicy shoe. We'll see a little of him. He had four points and three rebounds against the U of them a year ago, he played on the survey and under eighteen and under twenty national teams. He's a guy that you might have to reckon with a little bit. Yeah. Get some size, especially. A starter last year. He's gone into reserve road. Eighty thirty one starts during his career his well, he'll sprinkled guys in just in what he's been injures. Another guy has a bad hand he had played some last year as well. So you look down the badger some familiar faces over there for Joel duly new coaches, come in crazy things happen to starter becomes mired about the tenth guy on the bench and the team manager the former team manager becomes a starter. Who knows that's the way it's gonna lineup for Joe's Uli tonight for the Tigers. You heard the news you'll hear it from penny and a little bit to the starters of the Jeremiah Martin and Korean Bruton in the back court. It'll be Keven Davenport, Mike parks and Ranier Thornton. Upfront to five seniors will start together for the first time this year, every one of these guys have had a start this year. But this is the first time all five will play and then Alex Lomax Tyler Harris. Isaiah MAURICE Antoine. Jones. They will fill in a change in the lineup. David. He hasn't done it much Kotaro away asked the other side of it. Joe Dili's had numerous starting lineups. He's at ten different ones. So in thirteen ten different starting lineup. Hey, you gotta get his chance on getting there. So we'll see what happens. That's how the Tigers lineup ninety six one in one looking back from the loss at Houston. And I think everybody's gonna have a loss here now that Houston's lost may be the only undefeated team. And they're not gonna stay undefeated Houston in Cincinnati. They both lost UCF hasn't lost a game yet. We'll be seeing them here in a couple of weeks. There's your U of M global starting lineup coming up in just a minute the super cuts history minute with the professor. Matt Dillon is standing by. This is tiger basketball from learfield. IMG college. I'm consumer investigator. Andy.

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