20 Burst results for "Leclerc"
"leclerc" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"I think there is going to be a case of on this bit on this basis at least it's going to be tracked by track, I think. And Matt's already mentioned the pace that Aston has got in those very, very low speed corners. You take that to somewhere like Monaco, for example, imagine what we could be in for it. Alonzo can get a good qualifying lap on the go. You know, that could be something. But I think there is a clear advantage that Ferrari's got in a slightly quicker sections of the circuit. And leclerc was very, very quick and qualifying as well. And that's something that Ferrari does kind of take as a good omen. Frederick Vassar was, it wasn't willing to kind of, let's say, get to book down in the negatives, even though it was a very, very difficult day. The fact remains that, you know, look how I was still what three tenths off of the stapling qualifying. And that's something that, you know, race by race, venue by venue that can change and Ferrari can still be in the hunt. I don't think it's going to be the doom and gloom that Russell is predicting where Red Bull would theoretically win all 23 races. I think Ferrari still got something there. And I think they've got something about them and I think it's just a case of getting on top of whatever reliability issues of kind of reared their head. Again, that does kind of skew things a little bit today. I think at the moment Ferrari is probably still on balance the second quickest. But again, as I say, race by race, that can change and there will be days or Aston Martin had just has that edge and particularly Alonso because he's showing absolutely nose, very big cliche, but he's showing no signs of slowing down at his tender age of what 42 now. 42 this year, yeah. If not already. No, you still 41. I know this because it's nice to have someone on the grid who's still just fractionally older than I am. It makes me happy. I mean, while we're on while we're on a positive, it get a positive from JBL there. Also, we're talking about, you know, we've been waiting for someone to join the big three for years. Haven't we? Really. I know we've had the odd win here and there from Ricardo got the win at Monza and ocon got his LP win. But I mean, they were kind of crazy 1970s, 80s star races. In terms of genuine pace, it's been a big three for a long time. And Aston Martin genuinely looks like they're going to be in the mix. With at least two of the big three. And I think that's fantastic. It's great from general F one point of view. And yeah, I'm going to be biased and say, I really want to see a long up there. And if he can win, I don't mind if red will win 22 races if Alonso wins the other one and gets his gets his first win for ten years at the absolutely awesome. So I spent the last probably quarter with Alonso just riding on board, so I'm this year, I'm using multi viewer, which I've seen loads of people on social media talk about. And I thought, right, that's it. I'm going to get into it. Listening to all the radio, watching it from his on board. And so I watched that through him getting Hamilton and then dropping Hamilton at the restart after the virtual safety car. He just timed that I think they had the camera facing backwards at the time and he just absolutely timed it perfectly and dropped him and then when he got a science I'm pretty sure they did make contact. And then he was just off and the engineer said to him after maybe a few more turns be careful he's still not .8 seconds behind and just it's like he was going for a walk in the park Alonso just so calmly said yeah don't worry he's going to kill his tires. That was his response. That was when Norris was staying with the little chasing pack as well. That's when he said this car is lovely to drive. I think that made the world feed. And I agreed Kev, I just want like an Alonzo a happy Alonso provides a lot for Formula One and are also a very unhappy Alonso provides a lot. I was going to say, I think he provides a lot to work on whether he's happy or furious. He's just a great person to have on the grid, but today we really saw the on track thing that he brings. You know, that race would have been if ambien Veronese and Aston Martin would have had two Red Bulls running away from two Ferraris, one of which then broke and then running away from two mercks and it would have been like, oh God. But Alonso basically with his overtakes and he okay, so he's slightly out of position. From where he should have been really. But he just the pass on Lewis was fantastic. Hamilton, I think, was brilliant in the wheels. It was all goodwill tour stuff. There was no idiotic driver today. It was all quality drivers doing proper motor racing. It was good. That was great. Unlike IndyCar today at St. Petersburg, which has been a destruction Derby, there was not too much carbon fiber left on the track today from Formula One. But you know you're right. Absolutely. And it was great because you got that big swapper on and turned four or something, or turned ten, and he caught it, and it was just such a good action.
"leclerc" Discussed on The Breakdown
"The breakdown is produced and distributed by coindesk. What's going on guys it's Friday March 3rd and today we are talking about why courts and the legal system might be the best way to fight SEC overreach. Before we get into that, however, if you are enjoying the breakdown, please go subscribe to it, give it a rating, give it a review or if you want to dive deeper into the conversation. Come join us on the breakers Discord. You can find a link in the show notes or go to bit LY slash breakdown pod. All right guys, jam packed end of the week. First of all, a quick follow-up on silvergate. Obviously they were the main character of yesterday's show and what started as a trickle of crypto companies leaving the bank has now turned into a flood. By Thursday, the list of companies that had cut ties with silvergate included coinbase circle, paxos, crypto dot com, bit stamp ledger X, CBOE digital markets, galaxy digital and Gemini. Silvergate share price dived about 58% dropping to an all time low. For those who haven't listened to that show, silvergate had announced on Wednesday that it would be delaying filing its ten K annual report, and the notice of delay stated that the bank was answering questions from its auditors and accountants needed to assess the impact of ongoing regulatory and DoJ scrutiny and needed to reconsider its ability to quote continue as a going concern. It's assumed that kraken is the only major crypto exchange continuing to use silvergate, having cut ties with crypto banking rival signature bank on Wednesday, although kraken have not commented on whether they still have significant business with silvergate or not. Now, one of the other subplots of the silvergate revelations was speculation around the status of micro strategies $205 million Bitcoin backed loan from the bank. Some breathless short sellers have speculated that the loan might be called in if silvergate declares bankruptcy. Catalyzing a micro strategy margin called that some have been speculating about since the beginning of this bear market. Micro strategy calm this speculation on Thursday afternoon, tweeting, we have a loan from silvergate not due until Q one 25. There are market concerns regarding silver Gates financial condition. For anyone wondering the loan wouldn't accelerate because of silvergate and solvency or bankruptcy. Our Bitcoin collateral isn't custody with silvergate, and we have no other financial relationship with silvergate. It's worth noting that silvergate send leverage product, which granted the loan to micro strategy, uses fidelity and coinbase as their custodial partners. There are just a ton of rumors floating around about silvergate right now. I've read rumors that the FDIC is seizing them. I've seen rumors of a bailout from Citadel or some other bank, and for now I'd take any scoops or breaking news tweets with a huge grain of salt and skepticism. When it comes to the crypto community, the takes are firmly split into two camps. On the one end are those who are incredulous. Former bitmex CEO Arthur Hayes says silvergate must be run by the biggest bunch of Muppets ever. Step one take USD deposits from crypto firms and pay no interest, step two by three month US Treasury bonds yielding 4.78%, step three assume 10 billion of deposits make 478 million in a year. That's all you have to do. To this, Dylan leclerc responded, the peak of their deposits was during a zero interest rate period, so they reached for yield in long duration paper. As the fled they were forced to realize losses in liquidate would have been a different story if rates were at four to 5% in 2021. How press write silvergate is likely going bankrupt, however this bankruptcy is not due to crypto. It's due to bad banking practices. There are also multiple other options for crypto firms in most have already moved to signature. The media and regulators will try to pin this as another crypto issue. We have to push back when they do. Now on the other end of the spectrum were those who were just bummed out about this. Crypto lawyer Haley Lennon writes the silvergate bank news is a bummer. So forget bank was a pioneer for this industry when banks wouldn't touch crypto companies. Might keep Alito from block works rights lots of dunking on silvergate from the cheap seats right now. Maybe the criticisms are fair, maybe the Twitter armchair experts don't have all the information. Either way, they were one of the first bags to take a big bet on crypto. They have my respect. Compounds Robert lechner writes rooting for silvergate. You don't want to see the pro crypto banks fail. Now this will probably come as no shock to you guys, but I tend to think that both of these perspectives could be true simultaneously. Whatever comes next, we'll be able to better understand how much of silver Gates troubles were them being caught up in the challenges of the industry versus self inflicted wounds. At the same time, even if they were total Muppets to use Arthur's words, it is undeniably problematic that the industry is being systemically cut off from banking access. Musashi's Ryan selk wrote, there are tens of thousands of Americans working full time in crypto who have willed a $1 trillion industry into existence in the past decade with zero government or institutional support. Anyone celebrating choke .2 does not believe in the constitution. And yet it definitely feels like there's a bit of news tightening happening right now. Or perhaps a better way to put it is that you can almost feel the excitement of crypto's opponents in Washington. Take this, for example, three U.S. senators have written a scathing letter to binance, demanding details about its money laundering controls and accusing the exchange of being a, quote, hotbed of illegal financial activity. The letter penned by senators Elizabeth Warren, Chris van hollen and roger Marshall, claimed that the exchange had quote facilitated over 10 billion in payments to criminals and sanctions evaders. The letter addresses both binance U.S. and binance international, as well as other affiliated companies. There is a lot in this letter. I mean, the thing is 8 pages long. They accuse binance of trying to evade U.S. regulators. They discuss a lack of transparency, basically saying that binance's opaque corporate structure was meant to quote purposefully evade regulators. They also accused binance of facilitating money laundering and sanctions of Asian, and just to give a taste of the way that this letter is phrased, they're not accusing CZ of being lax or loose with his practices. They literally write, quote, it appears that money laundering is central to binance's business strategy. Riddled throughout the letter are tons of accusations that binance is basically just another FTX. They say that CZ's quote assertion that binance U.S. is fully independent is eerily similar to claim Sam bankman fried made regarding the distinction between FTX U.S. and FTX. Claims that appear to be false given that FTX U.S. has filed for bankruptcy, its users have lost access to their funds, and its new CEO has declared that it is in fact insolvent. The senators conclude by requesting details of the company's balance sheets, internal procedures, and any communication about alleged efforts by CZ to limit compliance. Dirty bubble media writes this letter sent by senators Elizabeth Warren van hollen and Marshall to binance and binance U.S., is absolutely devastating. Their flat out accusing binance of fraud and money laundering. This is not good for CZ. Bitfinex agreed saying this is nuclear. Crypto domus says seems like the suckers at binance U.S. are getting set up to be the fall guys. Now CZ for his part said it was just more FUD, and some others pointed out questions of the authority of these folks to even request this info. Patrick tan, whose general counsel at chain Argos writes, did senator Warren and Friends finally discover the legal domicile of binance? Or is this like one of those letters to Santa where every kid just writes North Pole? You can't really think of binance as a legal entity with a domicile and a regulatory jurisdiction. It's just a state of mind. It's a feeling we all have inside of us. It's a higher level of consciousness. Close your eyes and you will become one with binance. Based carbon rights, I miss the vibe from last bear market, Nero zero regulatory FUD. CZ would log on and make announcements like, happy to announce binance has incorporated with a new headquarters in Malta, while technically in a new micronation that we founded inside Malta, and we'd all act like that was normal. So what do I make of all of this? I think people are correct to say that this is some of the most visceral language we've yet seen from this sort of letter. But I think people are also right to question the authority of these senators. As for me, I basically think it's all political bullshit. Ratcheted up political bull for sure, but political bullshit nonetheless. Why? Well, ultimately what this letter is is a grandstanding reprinting of a bunch of Reuters pieces from the last 6 months with some colorful language in between. What it is not is an indictment from the Department of Justice. And until we see that, this is just posturing.
"leclerc" Discussed on Bitcoin Magazine Podcast
"This point. He gets going physical art broke, come on with the emojis. Luke, Luke, Luke has his thing that he's doing and he wakes up every morning, he checks his email at a certain time. He sees this like ordinals bullshit in the fucking bip reef out. And he's like, oh, it's going to burn off, you know? So you just got to stick with the process. If you're a ordinals improver or you're concerned about privacy and you'd like to sort of help this process along and whatever direction learning the culture of that repo going reading historical stuff, reading comments, that will help you understand the space and how to participate. You'll notice that I was memeing very heavily at first and saying inflammatory things in my comments, but I chilled off now. And I'm just waiting to see how the process resolves itself. I don't have very much input except to kind of remember to remind everybody that a bit is a description of technology. So it is a description of technology. It is not a sort of prescriptive thing that we should do. And so you all just need to remember that how do I put this? Ordinals has already happened. And now we're just cleaning up the pieces. My fellow plebs come celebrate Bitcoin winner in Miami at Bitcoin 2023. The largest Bitcoin conference in the world returns to Miami from Miami 18th to the 20th. Head on over to B TC forward slash conference to get your tickets today. Use promo code DM live to get 10% off your tickets before prices go up. Plebs, if you're like me and want to gain a deeper understanding of what's going on within the Bitcoin market and broader macro environment, then you need to subscribe to Bitcoin magazine pro today. There's a free and a paid version of this daily newsletter where our market analyst Dylan leclerc, doctor Jeff Ross, and Sam rule breakdown what's going on in the market so you don't have to. Subscribe today at Bitcoin magazine pro dot com.
"leclerc" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did
"I've seen PRNT and others say we're now in an evaluation phase, because they're not looking to fork right now. But they're collecting data, like Pierre does really great infographics and charts talking about here's how much transaction fees and the mempool is related to ordinal stuff versus normal transactions. Because you don't want to hastily make another change and then find out that you made it even bigger problem. Yeah. I think the wait and see is actually a good point. It is the way to do it. Dylan leclerc had a really good tweet. Let me pull up. Yeah, when he was talking about block space usage and I've been also running my own analytics of just looking at the men pool. The unconfirmed transactions and seeing out of the low fee ones, like over half of them are these ordinal inscriptions. So we should admit, people who are pro this should admit they were never really anti NFT, they were just anti Ethereum. Yeah, this is platform maximalism versus monetary maximalism. You believe Bitcoin is the best platform ever, should be on Bitcoin, but they're all part of the Bitcoin camp. They all run the Bitcoin code and they're all consensus with each other. It's hard to it's hard to disagree these are very interesting charts of taproot usage now is like, what, 15% when it was maybe 1%? Yeah, it was under 1% a month ago. Yeah. I mean, that was a funny error call tweet. Here's 2023 predictions was taproot adoption with like double to like 2%. He was being glib and now it's 15% a month later. Suck it up Eric. Eric would like this. I know Eric. Well, yeah, no, Eric's having I think it's part of that irreverent fun. And I think you have to openly acknowledge a lot of this too, is just trolling a lot of people. Yeah, I mean, I've seen you do do it. Yeah. With his Bitcoin wizards. The tapper was kind of funny. Yeah. That's the other thing is kind of funny. And then going back to thing, like a standard army destroys itself, let's have some fun. We've got nothing to fight over. Let's have some fun. Let's enjoy it. I am, like I said, if you've got anti here pro here and you've got the middle line and just on the ante, but not so much want to do anything about it. I want to observe. I think my concerns pretty clear. I think Bitcoin is resilient, and it's handling this new influx of new transaction types and use cases in the network hasn't broken. So first off, the software right now is still functioning. This hasn't broken Bitcoin. I think the responsible thing to do is collect data, give it a year, see if because if this is a flash in the pan, then there's a whole hull of blue changing code over nothing. So give it some time to see the permanence of this if this is
"leclerc" Discussed on Bitcoin Magazine Podcast
"It's kind of funny. So we Eric myself in the microwave cofounder kind of ask each other these questions this morning. For us, there's like the one year and the 5 year plans, right? But a couple of things that we can say in the immediate term, I mean, listen, as simple as this, I'm excited to finally be out there in the wild. I'm excited to start supporting both sides of this marketplace. And we've seen it. We've had, like I said, hundreds, hundreds of applications on the candidate side, just in the past couple of days, not even a full week since launch. So my God, if we can help all these people, yeah, that's so exciting. Companies as well. Companies kind of coming out of the woodwork. Some that we haven't even heard of, right? Which is really encouraging. So there are Bitcoin companies being started that may be off like the big radar, right? Or maybe haven't gotten some of the notoriety yet. So if we can help them to reach that stage, right? To hire the right people to build the right products, that kind of put them in the forefront. That's hugely exciting, right? The longer term, though, it's like the excitement of both what we're building as a business, but then also what's going to continue to happen to the collective landscape at large. If you've come this far, right? If you're still on this call, my goodness, and I think we all were all of the same mindset that this is happening. There's work that we have to do. It's not by default, right? Bitcoin doesn't just automatically happen, right? But with all of us here doing what we're doing in different capacities to drive the world to increase adoption and head towards hyper Bitcoin, like so many second and third order effects that are going to be positive will be felt. And again, just to the extent we can play a part in that and help the industry to grow and continue to offer services above and beyond we have today as the needs change the industry. That's what really gets me excited for the long run. Yeah, and I think I mentioned this earlier, but taking the initial calls with people outside the industry and trying to recruit them to come work for Bitcoin companies, seeing them go down the rabbit hole now, especially over the last couple of months over these next couple of months, I'm really excited to see where they're at in the next couple of years from now. Think about this, getting someone orange peeled in the year 2023. And in the year 2028, they're starting the next $1 billion Bitcoin company. I totally think it's possible. And we're the seed that's going to make it happen, really. All right, I got one last question. And then I guess we can wrap it up, but I know this is kind of going back to one of the first topics, which is training people who are not into Bitcoin to with a specific skill set to kind of go down the Bitcoin rabbit hole. What is the hardest part about doing that? And then is there something in particular that consistently kind of draws attention from folks like that? If I understand the question correctly, making sure people, I don't want to say take the right path right, but just to help people along that journey, we could say something like this. People may come into Bitcoin and for some, these lucky individuals, it clicks right away. It's always Bitcoin only, and they know it, right? But that's not the case for everyone. We know this. Unfortunately, to be true, right? People come, and because of Bitcoin. But then they take detours. They learn about other things. They spend time on other things. They feel pain because of other things, right? So if we, through the education piece of the content piece, if we can help people to avoid this help shorten their own path to seeing Bitcoin versus everything else, like that's great. Our other cofounder Michael had a great saying, help people learn not to touch the stove. Sounds so simple, but you do it until you feel the pain, right? You can hear someone say it. But you keep touching it until you burn the first time, right? And so if we can help truly help people to avoid that, I mean, I would love to be able to help with that too. Yeah, my experience talking to people outside the industry too is everyone just sees crypto, the ecosystem, all is one, and it's kind of more of just like a speculative way to try to get rich, but not really interested in that. But when I start talking about when I make an analogy, it's something like man discovering fire. There's something really to this Bitcoin thing that's separate from the rest of these crypto coins and there's a reason why I quit my engineering career to work on this full-time. Then it starts clicking for them. Okay, let me dive down the rabbit hole a little more. Let me put some more time into looking at why Bitcoin is different than the rest. So that's part of our education piece is really just making a distinction to cut out the noise and focus on the signal, which is Bitcoin. Awesome. Chris, do you have any last questions? No, I think I'm good on my end if we want to wrap here. So Andy and Eric, I guess want to give y'all both a last word and potentially a final plug to the audience. Yeah, well, first, again, guys, seriously, thank you for having us. I mean, this is awesome to be able to get our message out there. So to speak to the community, let everyone know what we're trying to accomplish here, how we can help for both candidates and companies alike. So I really appreciate the time today. It's as simple as this. We said it a second ago, but if you'd like to go to Bitcoin talent dot co, you can learn a little bit more about what we're doing. We have a little bit on there about our team, ourselves our advisory group. I know we have mentioned as much about our advisory group, but working with a number of very talented individuals in the space, like yourself, so you have a little bit more that you can read there on that front, and then there's also our job application. So just a general application, whereas I mentioned before, you can submit. Obviously, your background, if you want to show your resume or anything like that, that's all the better. But just to give us a sense of the kinds of roles that you're looking to find in Bitcoin. We can have we can have that top of mind for us as we start to match that with relevant opportunities with companies that are hiring. So yeah, follow us there. Bitcoin talent co follow us at Bitcoin talent co on Twitter, and then myself and Eric here, if you want to follow us, you can click our profiles here and we'd love to interact with you on Twitter as well. Yeah, so that's for Bitcoin talent co and then one more plug would be, I'm such a big fan of the Bitcoin conference. As a regular person back in 2021 and the work in the event last year, I couldn't be more happy to direct corners to the conference to help get a job too. It's like one of the best ways. So if you want to go to the conference, you'll have your ticket yet. Bitcoin magazine hooked us up with a promo code. If you use it, you get 10% off, and that's talent, all caps. So go get your ticket and come talk to us in Miami. I'm happy to give you any tips in person or shoot me a DM as well. All right, let's go. You heard the man beat up. Conference from a good talent. Eric Andy, it's a pleasure having you both here. We're all on the mission of push Bitcoin forward and in specifically higher bitcoiners. That's one of the things that Bitcoin magazine is all about. We love hiring bitcoiners and helping them Bitcoin in real life. And Bitcoin and their day job. So it's one of the most fun things that I do. So I know it must be very, very satisfying and thrilling to be able to do that as your soul kind of business objective. Thanks again so much for coming on and yeah, bitcoiners. If you are passionate about working in your date, or moving day jobs in the Bitcoin, hit these gentlemen up, come to the Bitcoin conference, coin needs you. And I'm sure all of you all have amazing skills that you can push towards making coin happen faster and better. Sweet, yeah, I'll see you guys in Miami. Thanks for having us. My fellow plebs come celebrate Bitcoin winner in Miami at Bitcoin 2023. The largest Bitcoin conference in the world returns to Miami from Miami 18th to the 20th. Head on over to B TC forward slash conference to get your tickets today. Use promo code DM live to get 10% off your tickets before prices go up. 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"leclerc" Discussed on Bankless
"Everyone to just expect inflation to go back to 2% and for it to reset after we kind of get through this COVID supply chain thing that we've gone through over the past 24 months. I think that is fantasyland. I don't think we're going quite there. And maybe this proves that inflation is going to be a bit more pernicious than some people thought. Yeah, well, inflation conspiracy theorists, which I don't think is actually a conspiracy, but it's only reported to be at this level, the actual real inflation is likely always going to be higher than was reported. And people who are familiar with this are the citizens of Argentina. And this is a tweet that we're looking out from Dylan leclerc, where annualized Argentine inflation hits 99%. Basically, 100% inflation level, which means that the value of the Argentine peso loses 50% of its value over an annualized basis at the current monthly inflation levels measured in January. Highest since 1991. Can you imagine that? So think about that. So you're making a $100,000 last year, right? Your salary, let's say, now it's only worth $50,000. So you hadn't gotten a raise at all. You just cut in half your price adjusted earnings. Right. But then you would go to your employer and be like, well, because of inflation, you have to pay me more, and they employ like, yeah, I have to pay you more. And so in wages go up, which means spending goes up, which means inflation in furthers, which is why this is spirals out of control. So we talked about, I wanted to put this in the agenda because we always talk about like, oh, inflation is at 7%. Oh, it's going down to 6 and a half percent. We are so privileged in America to be talking about single digit inflation. Argentine Argentina and many, many other countries have been dealing with 20, 30% inflation for decades now. And so the difference between what is the official reported inflation numbers, which is always suppressed because it makes governments look better versus what actual real inflation is. This is new to a lot of American listeners. This is a part of life and culture in so many countries around the world. Yeah, you look at this chart in 2019, Argentina was hitting over 50% inflation, almost 60% inflation some months, right? This is increased, but it's not like 50% is the easy road here. Speaking of inflation, David, this is about the opposite of inflation. This is called what we call deflation. Deflation, my friend.
"leclerc" Discussed on Simply Bitcoin
"So I'm really not all that worried. To be honest, maybe that's a little bit naive though. You know, the joke about this all the time. We say, we're just going to have to move till Salvador. Would you be willing to move to El Salvador, Dylan leclerc, if things really did get hairy? You know, it would probably be willing to move anywhere depending on how you define bad, but going to probably stay in the west for a little bit. And then maybe, you know, who knows, I'll settle down in a few different places of which El Salvador, maybe it's one. I have this infatuation somewhat with the kind of playing out the sovereign individual digital nomad thesis for a little bit over the coming years. I mean, that's the plan for my next year, essentially. And so we'll see where it goes. But El Salvador is definitely, you know, it's looking good. Yeah, I tried it for a bit. It's fun, but it does kind of feel like your home is a bag. So I guess that's cool. Definitely cheap though. That's, I guess, the pros for it. Anyways, Dylan, don't you think that this, you know, potentially is forcing Bitcoin businesses overseas. And I think that was one of the main talking points that I've heard against this onslaught of regulation. Yeah, I mean, potentially, right? It's certainly making it a lot more challenging for even the legitimate actors here. And it slows things down. I don't think it's an argument there. But there's a reason for the scrutiny, right? It's like the largest players in this industry were all in some ways fraudulent, lied. There was a huge gacy chain. And now even not to go down this rabbit hole to this time, but there's legitimately massive question marks regarding the world's biggest Bitcoin crypto player right now, which is binance. And they're basically not allowed to operate in the U.S. to kind of shadow operating in the U.S. with binance. U.S., but essentially, right? They're like 7 50, 60% of all crypto trading volume right now. And kind of liquidity, right? So, and that's just a massive, it's a massive black box. So I'm not like throwing shade of finance. It's just the reality that it's way more nascent than I would have thought even in 2023, which is super great because that means it's cheap and it still has massive potential and it's barely just a teenager, but we should recognize. It's barely just a teenager. A lot of people don't really understand this thing at all. And someone operates fraud via the Bitcoin or whatever crypto. And it's like someone in 1980 or 90 saying, the Internet enables fraud and scamming. It's like, yeah, of course it does. It's just, it's not the Internet's fault. It's not the protocol assault. So that's just an education process. And then, you know, we're both blessed with plenty of time to just kind of watch the cards, cards fall. Absolutely. Let's see, let's see where this roller coaster ride takes us. So you mentioned binance. Now, I think finance is very interesting because don't they have the BNB token? Aren't they just issuing their own money? Isn't that very similar to what FTX did? And then not to mention, we don't know, it's been very hard. Binance hasn't showed their books and say last raised money, I think the last time there is money was like in 2019, right?
"leclerc" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"He knows what he's doing. He's not going to have to be involved at all on the bullpen management and all of this. I do think there is a certain amount of old school and bocci, but to hear him talk about analytics and the way that the game has changed and even hearing him just sort of spitball ideas for how to deal with these new rules that are coming in with the limited number of throw overs and the shifts and all of that. He's definitely still there. He's aware. And I don't mean to sort of pick on an easy target, but Tony La Russa also Hall of Famer, kind of in that same age range. I think the game passed in by while he was out. But then you look at dusty baker, who is also in that age range has been around forever. The game didn't really pass in by necessarily and also he got a really great roster to work with. I think those are kind of the two examples of how an older manager can fare in the big leagues. And boti strikes me as more baker than la Russa, just in hearing him, he'll be sitting and talking to baseball writers who are not going to suggest that I'm a baseball genius, I am in fact quite the opposite very often, but I didn't even think of as we're talking about these new rules he's coming up with have you considered this. What about this? And he's definitely there. I mean, and then the other thing is that he's surrounded himself with or rather the team is surrounded him with a coaching staff that is by and large, Donnie ecker is there, Tim hires. They brought in will van able. Those guys have that sort of new understanding of how the game has changed in recent years. Let me look at Mike Maddox on the new pitching coach. He is kind of an old school guy. So it's an interesting mix of coaches that they have. And as long as it doesn't turn into a competition. I think it's going to be great. Because I've always looked at the scouting versus analytics or whatever. And it kind of becomes this competition of this way is better. No, this weighs better. And the truth is, you really need both analytics are not going to be able to look into a guy's eyes and tell you, you know what? I know what this guy's going through. He is just dad died three days ago and he's just not in the right head space for this moment. Even though his spin rate tells me that he would be a great matchup against this batter, right? You need that human element. But if you have two guys that are both locked in and ready to go that you trust, but this guy's pitch shape works better against this batter and you know that because it's the analytics work that you've done. And that's a great tool to have. And if they can merge those two together and I think the most successful teams do it well, merge those two together well, I think they've got the personnel in place to have access to all of that information. You mentioned Jose leclerc and maybe this is a chance for us to talk about the bullpen that pochi will be managing. Leclerc is fascinating to me. He missed all of almost all of 2021 with Tommy John surgery. He looked very good when he came back last year. The rangers bullpen was sort of middle of the road by war and ERA when you look at 2022. So, you know, what do they think they're going to get out of leclerc and then what other interesting guys might be populating the rest of that bullpen? Yeah, the hope, I guess the feeling for leclerc would be and I don't have these numbers in front of me out here in West Texas, but the second half in 2018 when the rangers traded cuny cala to the pirates and leclerc took over as the closer he was as dominant as any closer that I have personally ever watched. I mean, it was just, it was absurd the numbers that he was putting up. The next year he comes in the camp, he's the guy. And totally blows up. There were times when he looked like he was just sort of closing his eyes and spinning around and then throwing the ball. So I think he has the stuff to do it. He's got the ability to do it. Now, does he have the after he comes back from Tommy John? He said he looks good last year. Can he put that together and have the, I don't know, the mental fortitude and stamina to really get into that mentality of like the 9th inning is mine. You kind of got to have a guy that's sort of, I don't know. I sound like I'm 70 years old when I say this like, oh, you got to have the right mentality to be the one. But I mean, you kind of try to do a little bit. So yeah, I think you definitely has the ability to be a closer. If he doesn't, Jonathan Hernandez looks also pretty closer ish at times before he went down Tommy John surgery. One guy I think they're going to miss unless they sign him because he's still a free agent is not more who was really great out of the bullpen last year and I think really found a place to thrive as you'd sort of wandered about the baseball universe for a while trying to live up to some of his early prospects status. He was massive last year out of the bullpen. And they lost him. So that sucks. That loss is probably offset by the fact that the also lost Garrett Richards who wasn't very good out of the bullpen last year. So those two guys are in Anderson leclerc are the interesting names. Taylor Hearn was really good once he got to the bullpen last year, not great as a starter, but very good out of the pen. And we've got some interesting non roster guys. Maranta is there. He wasn't great last year, but was pretty good the year before with Texas. Zach littel, is that how you pronounce it? Maybe it's a little, I don't know.
"leclerc" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"On the S&P 500 by about a third of 1%, trying to bounce back from the biggest one day loss on the S&P. Going back to November 9th, up about a quarter of 1% now. I guess and P on the NASDAQ 100 pay half of 1% in the bond market deeply, deeply inverted yield curve, a two year versus the ten year negative, something like 80 basis points at the moment four 43 40 on a two year yield again on a ten year to 360 six, so more curve inversion for you. And a bit of broad as well in Europe. Firm upon markets in Germany in Italy off the back of downside surprises on inflation in Spain and potentially in Germany about 30 minutes time. We had the regional breakdown in Germany as we often do on CPI a little bit earlier this morning indicating you could get an easing of inflation in Europe as well. So your ten year comes down ten basis points in Germany down 15 in Italy and a Euro mesa a little bit stronger. How much is it a head fake? Is it just having to deal with energy prices and can people struck this off? No. It's the short answer. The ECB is in a tough spot. And that's the bigger debate when the ECB convenes on December 15th. And we've talked about this a few times. Inflation is still pretty elevated in Europe. A lot of that is the energy story. It's not the same as what's taking place here in the United States. And the ECB is hiking into a downturn and is set to do it again in a couple of weeks time. Maybe the debate goes away from 75 and towards 50, a little bit like the Federal Reserve off the back of this data, but still double digit CPI there and thereabouts. And how much really confidence can people give to the disinflationary kind of force? How much confidence can people give to what we heard overnight in China as well in terms of emphasizing a vaccinations, particularly for older older residents of China. And this really has been a driving massive moves in certain Chinese ADRs that we're seeing here, including Baidu, as well as Alibaba, you can see those shares flying ahead of the market open up 5 and a half percent for Alibaba and Baidu is up 6 and a half percent. And I also, those are some of the things that I'm looking at. I'm also looking at Ferrari because it is one of the main stories of the day. Those shares are down a half a percent after the resignation of team principal matya, who has been there for a long time, a real leader. I'm going to try to pretend this is the Formula One team. They had a disappointing year, fantastic car. Super fast, terrible strategy. They should have dominated the first half of the season. You saw how many polls that Charles Leclerc got and ultimately didn't convert them into wins in the way he should have done and certainly not like Max Verstappen did and Red Bull with dominant again, so I'm hoping Ferrari turn it around. So you're glad. I'm happy about a couple of things when it comes to sport. I'm happy that we're getting more buy in to international football. You're trolling me on air. Go on. Okay. And I'm also really happy that we're finally getting buy in in America to Formula One as well. That's been a huge change over the last 12 months. Slightly off the back of the Netflix series, I know. But we're going to have a number of races here on the calendar next year. I believe Vegas is coming. That's where Miami Vegas. It's an easier crossover, though. Because of NASCAR. I mean, it's an easier thing how people back from converting to Formula One. But I think that, you know, it's equal opportunity, especially after sports. And just trying to make you happy. Just Ferrari. Let's move on. I've moved on. You've only got 60 seconds of me to talk Formula One. Okay. Carry on. You want to go go. A number of weeks ago. Patrick harker the Philadelphia fair. Said something really interested in might be key picked up on it. He referred to inflation he said he could go up like a rocket and down like a feather. And we've got a conversation coming up now with a man who I think disagrees with that point of view. David Rosenberg joins us, the founder and president of Rosenberg research. David fantastic to catch up with you, sir. I think that's why we should begin. This idea that it can go up very quickly and inflation could be much stickier on the way down. David, do you push back against that and why? Yeah, I push back on it because I heard the very same things, you know, when I was at the mother Meryl back in the summer of 2008, when we had the Chinese commodity supercycle and global decoupling and inflation at that point was pressing against 6% because oil was running up to a $145 a barrel. And we went from 6% inflation in the next year, the summer of O 9. We were down to negative 2% year over year. And it wasn't because of services, service sector inflation is always sticky. Service sector pricing never deflates. And that's what people tend to focus on. And that's what the feds focused on are on the rental measures, which dominate the CPI. But you know, 40% of the CPI or goods, you know, the stuff you can see touch and feel that you're starting to already see the signs and the commodity markets and the leg impact of the strong dollar are starting to create deflationary forces in that 40% chunk. So everybody who's hawkish on inflation looks at the rental side. And of course, everybody knows that there's lags involved in terms of how that's constructed in the CPI. But in real time, we're going to be seeing some significant deflation in that 40% of the CPI called materials. So when he talks about that inflation can't come crashing down, they're already measures in real time that are crashing down. I mean, oil is down what, 35% from the peak copper is down 25%. Most shipping rate measures are down roughly 60%. Those were actually the factors that precipitated that rocketing up of inflation came out of the commodity markets and came out of the supply bottle decks that had a big impact on transportation costs. Those have gone into major reverse. They're not falling like a feather, okay? They're falling like a stone right now. And that's going to show up I think forcefully in the CPI data between now and 12 months from now. David, polling like a stone to what? What is the level that you see it kind of remaining sticky? Overall inflation. Well, I don't see, I don't think it's going to be altogether that sticky. I think that we've already peaked when you take a look at some of the leading indicators, like the pipeline measures core intermediate PPI, core crude PPI, they are actually not just decelerating their deflating. And that's going to create downward pressures on the good side of the CPI over the course of the next year. I actually think that we will be either at or below 3% on headline CPI year over year by this time next year. People would push back pretty specifically, including a lot of fed officials,
"leclerc" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Hour now, time for check of sport from around the world here's Dan Schwarzenegger. Thanks, Brian. In the confusing moment, Kristen Ronaldo left Old Trafford before the final whistle after being substituted for at the half in a one ultra with Rio de la cono. Manchester United has not said whether the 37 year old leaving early was sanctioned by manager Eric ten hogg, right Fernando decided on his own to leave. Reports all summer have said that the 5 time below door winner was looking to leave Old Trafford and did not join his teammates for their summer tour to Australia and Thailand, citing family reasons. Red Bull's Max Verstappen has won the Hungarian Grand Prix after coming from tenth on the grid to pick up the win over Mercedes's Lewis Hamilton. Ferrari seemed in control of winning the race with Lee driver Charles Leclerc before the team decided to change to hard tires anticipating rain, which turned out to be a fatal mistake. For stopping now leaves the overall points race by 80 over leclerc. NBA legend Bill Russell passing away at the age of 88 with no cause of death given. In 13 seasons as a player and later a player coach, Russell won 11 NBA championships while averaging 22 and a half rebounds per game. Russell became the league's first black head coach in 1966 when red auerbach named the center his successor and was the first black player inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1975 and was awarded the Medal of Freedom by then president Obama in 2011. Russell led the university of San Francisco to two straight national championships in 1955 and 56 that helped lead the United States Olympic gold in 1956 before embarking on his Celtics career. On Dan schwarzman that your Bloomberg world sports op day. Markets, headlines, and breaking news 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quick tape. This is a Bloomberg business flash. Good morning, 13 minutes before the top of the hour mixed trading in Asia this morning we do have a few gains markets like Tokyo and Sydney are pushing upwards a little up maybe a third of a percent or so modest losses elsewhere. We've got mounting property issues in China. The fed reminded us it's a long way away from its goal of getting inflation
"leclerc" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Biden here. Tested positive this way. We may work from home for the next couple of days. And if you don't find any good, like a command I gotta work. Yeah, The White House saying the president is not suffering any symptoms, and Myanmar's military government has announced an extension of the state of emergency for another 6 months until February 2020 third. In San Francisco, I met Baxter. This is bloomer back to Hong Kong, Brian. So commander and the commander in chief there together. Yeah, that's a nice image. Excellent Ed, thanks very much. 38 minutes past the hour it's time for sports. Dan schwarzman has got it, the women's English team brings it home. Yes, they do and it was right in front of a record crowd of over 87,000 spectators at Wembley Stadium, England has won the women's European Championship, a two to one win over Germany, Khloe Kelly scoring the winner in extra time. The win for England is the first major trophy for the country since the 1966 World Cup when the English man knocked off Germany four to two, Red Bull's Max Verstappen has won the Hungarian Grand Prix after coming from tenth on the grid to pick up the win over Mercedes's Lewis Hamilton. Ferrari seemed in control of winning the race with Lee driver Charles Leclerc before the team decided to change the hard tires anticipating rain, which turned out to be a fatal mistake for stopping now leads the overall points race by 80 over leclerc, NBA legend Bill Russell has passed away at the age of 88 in 13 seasons as a player and later a player coach, Russell won 11 NBA championship while averaging 22 and a half rebounds per game. Russell became the league's first black head coach in 1966 when red arbok named the center's successor and was the first black player inducted into the nascent memorial basketball Hall of Fame in 1975, real quick the forty-niners and wide receiver deebo Samuel greed to a three year extension worth up to 73 and a half $1 million. I'm Dan Schwartzman that your Bloomberg world sports update, Juliet. Thanks, Dan. And this weekend at the box office. Well
"leclerc" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Now, time for a check of sport from around the world. Here's Dan schwarzman. Thanks, Brian. In the confusing moment, Kristen Ronaldo left Old Trafford before the final whistle after being substituted for at the half in a one ultra with Rio de la cono. Manchester United has not said whether the 37 year old leaving early was sanctioned by manager Ericsson hogg, where Fernando decided on his own to leave. Reports all summer have said that the 5 time below door winner was looking to leave Old Trafford and did not join his teammates for their summer tour to Australian Thailand, citing family reasons. Red Bull's Max Verstappen has won the Hungarian Grand Prix after coming from tenth on the grid to pick up the win over Mercedes's Lewis Hamilton. Ferrari seemed in control of winning the race with Lee driver Charles Leclerc before the team decided to change to hard tires anticipating rain, which turned out to be a fatal mistake. For a stop it now leads the overall points race by 80 over leclerc. NBA legend Bill Russell passing away at the age of 88, but no cause of death given. In 13 seasons as a player and later a player coach, Russell won 11 NBA championships while averaging 22 and a half rebounds per game. Russell became the league's first black head coach in 1966 when red auerbach named the center his successor and was the first black player inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1975 and was awarded the medal freedom by then president Obama in 2011. Russell led the university of San Francisco to two straight national championships in 1955 and 56 that helped lead the United States Olympic gold in 1956 before embarking on his Celtics career. I'm Dan Schwartzman that your Bloomberg world sports op day. Markets, headlines and breaking news, 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app and that Bloomberg quick tape. This is a Bloomberg business flash. Looks like a mixed start to the trading day in Asia today, the economic and regulatory challenges in China will likely weigh on markets. And on the other side, fed bank of Minneapolis president Neil kashkari reminded investors that the fed's goal is not to get inflation to slow and to start heading down, but rather to crush it. To get it down to 2% and so if you're wondering whether
"leclerc" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports
"Third is Mercedes behind them with 237 points in fourth as McLaren tied without being who both have 81 points in 6th as Alfa Romeo with 51 points and the next race is July 24th in France. We get a few weeks off between now and then, but the final 11 races of this F one season are going to be really fun, really interesting and I'm curious, who do you think is gonna win? The world title this year. Ferrari, Red Bull, max, Charles Leclerc, and then really the battle I'm very fascinated on a couple of things. First of all, can Mercedes catch up to Ferrari. Ferrari keeps screwing up Mercedes is in a position where they could eventually catch up to Ferrari and then I think galpin is a better team right now than Claire and I'm very fascinated on this battle for fourth. I think Alpine is probably going to finish ahead of McLaren and I didn't see that at the beginning of the year. So they've gained pace. They've gotten better. McLaren is really fallen off. Janet Ricardo is a huge disappointment. And let me know what you think of the final 11 races this year in Formula One. What are you excited for? What do you think is going to happen? And who do you believe is going to win the world title? All right, let's acknowledge it. We are at the halfway point of the Formula One season where 11 races in, there are 11 more races to go, and I want to share the current standings and check in on my thoughts on how every team is doing so far in form of the ones. So here are the constructors standings 11 races in. In first, you get Red Bull with 359 points in second is Ferrari with 303 points and third Mercedes with 237 points, then tied for fourth is with 81 points McLaren and Alpine. In 6, you've got Alfa Romeo with 51 points. 7th is Hass with 34 points 8 this alpha towery with 27 points, 9th is Aston Martin with 18 points and dead last intent is Williams with hey they got a whopping three points in Formula One, which I'm not gonna lie is actually pretty good for them. Also technically McLaren is fourth and Alpine is 5th because they were ahead going into the weekend. So if the year ended today, McLaren would be fourth and Alpine would be 5th, but we'll see his year goes on. I think Alpine's got a great shot to beat McLaren for fourth and Formula One. I want to start off by we'll check in with every team, but I want to start off by talking about Ferrari Ferraris and second place right now. 56 points behind Red Bull. And it's very, very disappointing because Ferrari should probably be leading Formula One right now. They've had engine failure four times this year, it's usually happened, by the way, when they have cars at the front,
"leclerc" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"22 introduces new racetracks, including the Miami international autodrome, renowned driver Charles Leclerc is featured in this year's game, and players can get a look into the Scuderia Ferrari driver's life. I'm Brian shook. And I'm Charlie pellet. That Bloomberg world headquarters. A move higher for the Dow, the S&P and Ned stack, fireworks ahead of the 4th of July on Wall Street with a late day rebound. It was exacerbated by low volume ahead of Monday's holiday. Mike Wilson is chief U.S. equity strategist at Morgan Stanley and on this first trading day of the second half, he's warning the bear market is not over yet. So we're just not done with this bear market. You know, the good news is we've been in for probably over close to a year for a lot of stocks. It's well advanced, but we just haven't had the concluding chapter yet. Morgan Stanley's Mike Wilson, investors are also assessing the outlook for corporate earnings given the inflation backdrop. Sarah watt houses senior economist at Wells Fargo Bank. So I think what we learned this week is that the consumer is on somewhat more fragile funding. So we're seeing cracks emerge in their spending patterns where they maybe don't quite have the fortitude to spend in this inflation environment, then what was reported in recent data prints where we did see some pretty notable downward revisions. And I think overall, we're looking at an economy losing momentum faster than what we anticipated. Sarah watt House of Wells Fargo Bank has for the interest rate outlook and the Federal Reserve, Leslie falconio is head of taxable fixed income at UBS global wealth management. Right now, the market is really fractured with a 3.35 more peak and then almost 60 basis points of easing in the second half. I mean, we still think the fed most likely do 75 in July, just as a precaution. We don't know really what's going to happen over the next several months. Leslie falconio of UBS global wealth, stocks rallied with the S&P up 40 points up 1.1% the Dow up 321 hired by 1.1% NASDAQ up 99 up .9%. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Charlie palette. This is Bloomberg
"leclerc" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports
"A few big things happened. First of all, early on during lap a to the race, Red Bull driver Sergio Pérez lost power. He was stuck in gear, seemed like a transmission problem. It was, in fact, gearbox failure, so he had to retire, did not finish the race, no points or Sergio Pérez, big loss for Red Bull. Bam, right off the bat. One of the best parts of this race was watching Ferrari driver shower leclerc, move up from P 19, starting on the back of the grid, you know, P 19 and finishing in 5th. That was fun, entertaining, and exciting the entire way. Charles Leclerc qualified badly, plus he had a penalty for getting a new power unit after Baku. It was his third time that's more than one more time that allowed Ferrari leaned into it and said, why not start on the back row and just take another penalty? So they also added new components to the power unit. Think all in all, it was a solid weekend for Ferrari, Carlos Sainz got second. Sergio press had to retire. So they gained ground on Red Bull, leclerc went from P 19 to P 5. For Ferrari, that's a pretty good weekend, I think, actually. Now, there's a safety car near the end of the race, and the result was that with 15 laps to go, we got a race restart, and it brought the pack together, created tension, I was thinking like maybe Carlos signs in second can challenge Max Verstappen for the win. He couldn't, but I appreciated the moment. And I genuinely wasn't sure who was going to win. And then on top of all of that, Lewis Hamilton finally had a great drive he got onto the podium. He finished ahead of his teammate George Russell. So Lewis kind of struck back this week..
"leclerc" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Fights where you going into last up of racing. I've got to make the so take on this driver. You it off the bye wife nine. Those two time world champion. And i'm just so glad that we're seeing him at the absolute peak hours this year again. Because it's yeah it's really big writing not midfield fight. I think it really has. I really am enjoying watching him this year. He's putting on some absolutely brilliant displays. Four us showing you some fantastic driving both in terms of defending and attacking and yeah. I'm i'm loving it some absolutely loving it. I want to move on now to team. That didn't have such a strong day and that is mclaren Piton eleven Fooling behind at ferrari as we've mentioned already bit of a strange one this weekend. They didn't really seem to have it together. This weekend. Jess what did you make all the rice today. Oversee we saw norris team orders being priced that norris poss- so i'm having that contact with peres. What did you think of how. Things voted within mclaren. Yeah it was a. It's been a weird weekend Overstay disappointment of londonorce not qualifying way. We're expecting him to first we to not make it through to key three this season. I'm so bit of a run. Their ruined boys on volt but Yeah it was. It was an interesting one as well. Because don ricardo almost didn't get going today. It turned out that he actually thought he'd stalled on the grid and was asking to to a bolt the stop procedure because he was going to be stuck on the stuck on the grid able to get going but he managed to get it going with about twenty seconds from lights out which you know that whole stop. Procedure is is quite tense for any driver but to then go through the whole shock that no one seeing that you could be stilled which could obviously cause quite nasty accident if drives. Don't react properly to then get going and then have the first that we had which i think we it was. It was great to see. It was kind of action. Side-by-side action not fast staffer slap which going three wide three ten three was was flipping. Awesome but you have to do that after something like that just goes shea. We'll probably wasn't obviously he did. He did drop back a couple of places but then he he made up some places too. So yeah it was. It was a weird woodstock recall day but on the on norris's side. I guess yeah it was. It was kind of a good recovery from starting pay fifteen. Sorry good recovery drive on a track that we know is difficult to take on where they potentially don't have a pace advantage over any competitors nursemaid that stint lost a good. Wow also we had the truck advantage when he came in for pitstops but yeah. I thought it was a good recovery. Dr one point is is almost like it. It's not good result but it could be better than what could could have been but recalled are yet but of a disappointment uses bit but porn as you mentioned team orders which i don't know why but people on the commentary were making a big deal out of that like like it was it was out of order to ricardo but all things considered him holding back. Perez was the irony. Why really that that. We were going to kill points so i'm not. I'm not to show why people on commentary in twitter started thinking. That was out of order to ricardo. Thought as the as the second mclaren in the in the running order is kind of your job to protect your teammate. And try and protect the team points. So yeah i found that quite old but it's a shame because yet again recalled i saw the garage has failed to deliver points in mclaren's charge for p. Three in the constructors. It's all been resting on london norris so far this season and they've just been very lucky. I guess not lucky. It's obviously a lot of skill and effort in but that he has delivered the results that he's delivered so far in the season. So yeah it's a funny one Interesting died. I'm sure they're going to be not happy with with with the results tally for them but monza could be a much better race for them. Sorry again nights. We could switch. We could see a switchback come munza. I'm not exactly what i was going to go onto next. How howdy think that these midfield teams will family. When it comes to monza next week who do you think will hold up. Well in the midfield bunch. We'll touch on the red born mercedes battle at the end but the midfield battler. We've gotten our hands. Yeah i think it will play to mclaren. I think the mclaren have been very good at the low downforce tracks father season. I think we've sort of poor card so snap as ominously leclerc next race. But they were mclaren. We're very very strong as well. So i think yeah i would. I would look to clower. I think mclaren ferrari offs in the league at. But i think probably it i think will be a step ahead of the theme behind the i think is going to be so the usual tight fight that we see between our pain of tari aston martin. I think it's important for mclaren. They do strike back and they absolutely need to because yeah this has been a weekend for them to forget. It's been a weekend know the pace at all. It's up to fight with with with those other causes in midfield. So yeah i think. I think it will play more to their strengths. I think that yeah probably a bit more optimistic for and yeah. I think lost sight pharmacy. We got the desperate qualifying thing. Now give a chance for any any qualifying slip-ups on the friday it's made up for by check our gestures i think the regardless how the garage again kind of thing okay. It's another another missed opportunities. And other ice whack. I maybe strategy did favor landau bits. They could build tie also manda. It was the right decision to have him head. Do that team order switch by. Yeah it's still the man and thirteenth score points. The money salsa tenth didn't but also ricardo's out qualified by what the alpine's angevin out yesterday bringing either but Yeah i think one's obey a bit of a better one for mclaren though sat certainly be hyping. Sil- i mean. Yeah just they just didn't seem with it this weekend. I'm in comparison. Some of the incredible performances. We've seen 'specially from london are sofa It was it was a little bit of a disappointing end to the weekend. Let's talk about the fact that they were actually no safety. -cause nervous flags nothing today. I mean we had red flags in every session leading up to the race and everyone was to expecting the i. We might have a bit of chaos. We might have contact. We'd have people going off potentially red flags to come out or at least very least safety. 'cause there's none of that none of that asshole. Why do you think that that might have been. Do you think there's any particular with dr drivers playing bit safer. What was the reasoning behind the iris. Quite.
"leclerc" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Were eligible, and each one needed written consent and a doctor's assessment. The result. Just 500 people vaccinated In the first week of the program, Germany managed 200,000. This week. The job was offered to firefighters, domestic carers and all medical staff over the age of 50 like Eric does, yet they will be surely best Sunder Brutus, western Kansas, and on Thursday, the French Prime Minister John Key Aspects, said everyone over the age of 75. Be able to have the vaccine from the 18th of January. But there's a reason for the government's initial caution. These tiny vials endorsed by doctors carry a political risk. Whole suggests that less than 40% of the French population want to take them. It is true that there is a core off people who believing conspiracy theories. But of course, that does not explain huge part off the distress towards vaccines because it's more than half the population. Florian Cafiero is a sociologist at the National Center for Scientific Research. Friends set has a decade long history of distrust towards vaccine because off If you control this is that emerged in the media in France about the swine flu pandemic first than the HPV vaccine, then Thea hepatitis B vaccine. The other reason is the distrust towards the authority. Government. The current government generated huge amount of distrust about its management of dead could be 19 crisis and Diz Distrust. Of course, is reflected on the giving 19 vaccine. Marie Leclerc is a newspaper publisher in Paris. Her three Children have all had their childhood vaccinations, she says, and she's happy to have most vaccinations herself. The fires of vaccine currently on offer in France has her worried because it was developed so quickly Using a new technique you see. Government telling you that it's completely safe. You see doctors telling you it's completely safe. Research is telling you it's completely saved. Does that change your mind? Maybe they could say I'm sure with 99% off satisfaction, but not 100%. Nobody could say 100%, and my concern is about the 1235%. Risk.
Bahrain Grand Prix race review
"Wants twenty. Twenty borrowing took place today in sakir circuit. There's max stop into the win but the race was really overshadowed by a horrifying crash. Perhaps driver rugova. We survived his car bursting into flames of being sentenced barriers on that one following contact with alfred driver via the race was red flagged immediately after the accident and thankfully it soon emerged that grows have been able to escape. The inferno is being treated by the f. as medical crew. You played a vital part. And he's escape from the fire. Gordon was taken to the track's medical center and was then airlifted hospital from which he was assessed to suffered no broken bones but does have burns to his hands and ankles goes without saying we wish him well in his recovery and express our sincere relief at seeing him survived the accident after delay of one hour and twenty minutes is the barriers were repaired actually replace concrete blocks the race restarted with another great start. Concern was able to regain easily lead away things quickly. Boil down to a two horse race between the mercedes driver. Invest happen with how it's appearing to have things under control. The second stint was the biggest moment of danger of hamilton match. Step up in space on the hearts or looking after he'd softer mediums. They both ended up on the hard after their second stops after which for stopping closed in despite his own stop being a slow one but he never got within three seconds of the mercedes driver up from rebel in fact opted to pit the doctrine for a third time. Giving you had a large gap in hand over sergio perez behind peres was in third of the voucher tacit made a poor start and slipped backwards at town one which had paid to spark a series of smaller incidents that ended later crash which is of course not to say that there was any blame any of them peres done a fine job to run alex album in the second way boat and he looked set for a second successive podium until his engine let go with four laps remaining the race therefore finished under safety car hamilton. Taking his eleventh win of the campaign album completed the podium so joining me to discuss all of that and more tonight motorsport dot dotcoms f. one editor noble or tie sports. Fm reporter leaks and keep racing's executive editor. Stuart coddling now is gonna come to you first because you and i were in pretty constant throughout the early stages of that racist so trying to piece together what was going on once. We need that. Romain grosjean was all right. We try not. That's make sure. I raced on facebook dot com dot com accuracy. Accurate as it could be when it comes. I just just if you don't mind you could. You could talk us through the first thought and ended up the crash at the end of it. I could almost look through a transcript of whatsapp messages. Couldn't i is Yeah it wasn't very pleasant work actually a a not particularly nice to at the time given that we began the price s Before we knew what happens actually to out and before we okay we were starting to pick over some of the details leading up to the accident and and like you say it's it's one of those shunts is an accumulation of snow events and people doing things that builds towards a conclusion and and it does start with valerie. Batas having a slough guess away. He seemed to get away. When the lights went out he go to wipe perfectly well but then in the second phase acceleration not so much He wasn't the person off. Com was slough away was passed by morrison and gas lay album perez and then ricardo got passed batas. And that just meant that. You had this situation wearing bahrain. Three calls can go through taiwan abreast. Really won't you can get through ten to breast so that that's an. That's a natural funnel point that sort of vestibule between two warm an intern take so so you had basically people sorting things out with each other just just looking at my notes this squeezes all the way down the field and so i you have lewis getting a clean gas away. The stepan going through as well and then album sort of makes it stick and get through and you have ricardo an album sort of alongside each other and sorting out between themselves. That causes potus to slightly cheque's pace. Maybe a little bit through through turn to and then further back you have squeezes. You have leclerc veterans stroll who are also three abreast through san juan clerk. Poor gas away and then sent for a deeply into turn one see. Have an awful lot of people who are trying to make up ground. Having got a poor start so you have the situation where bats seems to be a little bit. As as album gets ahead of riccardo norris taps ghastly science has to get out of the throttle to avoid that squeeze with with with having to check up ahead of him vattel. Who's then arriving. Kind of three abreast with strollers rights. The clerk and his right has to check very hard to avoid running into the back of what's ahead of him. Hey jinx right stroll goes rights and then creates a scenario where. There's a lot of slow moving traffic and grow. John arrives at that scene. Say's all those costs loving ahead. You have reichen going off track on the left in an attempt to go around the so the slow moving cars and i think garage unnaturally in the heat of the moment goes to the right May be of either forgetting or not observing the caveat. He's five o'clock almost an caveat sunny there because he's been in a squeeze with with the alfa romeo's he's been slide down because he's had pretty much guy over the apex turn to avoid clunking into magnusson. If if if my notes reflect this accurately so all circumstances kind of build into into what we saw happen of very very fiery accident and one that was very scary indeed it was becomes. Talk about the really terrifying. The copying on fire grudge having to escape the inferno league. I wonder if we could just come to you. What is the latest information. We have at the time of recording about jones conditioning hospital so gross on as seen on the world fit. He was transported from the Initially exciting the medical card in the ambulance and the medical center and he was quick. They were quick to report that he had some burns to his hands and his ankles and then reports that he was being taken to the barring military hospital with suspected broken ribs and they've been conducted all of the x rays and all the checks her quiet out those to the east number bones which is really good news and the diagnosed that come back with the burns to the back of his hand. Side of c will require treatment. He's gonna remain sel overnights. They can complete treatment and Keep them on vacation base. Leads sure everything is okay. But remind he's in good spirits. He spoke to consign. He spoke to his family on the phone as well and then he also put a video up on instagram. A couple of hours ago which was really really good. say any. i'm okay and he was like well. No convenient okay. And then showed his hands. Which kind of in these white gloves to the cough to them and seemed very chipper in very good spirits
‘We must not stop living’: French mayor defends Smurf rally that drew thousands amid coronavirus fears
"Post hello French mayor defends holding Smurf rally amid corona virus outbreak the mayor of lander now Orlando no in western France is defending his decision to host a record breaking gathering of thirty five hundred people dressed as Smurfs over the weekend despite coronavirus concerns mayor Patrick leclerc says to critics we must not stop living it was the chance to say that we are alive for now some thirty five hundred people dressed as the blue cartoon characters attended the event which came a day before France banned all public gatherings larger than a thousand people in an attempt to contain the virus the post reports that the rally was slammed by international media our having Italy's la Repubblica newspaper which called it potentially a very dangerous viral bomb it's a newspaper you'll say Colo also referred to the rally as an irresponsible move could greatly increase the risk of contagion yeah but it's not everyday you
News in Brief 26 August 2019
"This is the news in brief from the united nations. People all over the world are calling for a shift towards a greener cleaner future u._n. Secretary general antonio said on monday stressing that we have the tools to address the climate emergency but we need more political will these was the urgent message delivered on twitter from leeds france. It's where the u._n. Chief has been meeting for the past two days. We g seven leaders to mobilize action ahead of his climate action summit next month in new york speaking to reporters porter's gutierrez said the u._n. Summit in the need for concrete action come against the backdrop of dramatic climate emergency with u._n. World meteorological organization or wm komo reporting that two thousand fifteen to two thousand nineteen are on track to be the five hottest. Here's ever recorded on monday. World food program or w._f._p.'s spokesperson spokesperson for hustle visited food distribution site in the elevators. Internally displaced refugee camp mberi central african republic according to w._f._p. Out of the eight thousand five hundred people in the camp the u._n. Food relief agencies able to feed two thousand and five hundred each month. Those numbers demonstrate why additional additional funding is needed to feed more people. Especially children and women were pregnant and look dating during his visit to the camp. Mr rehearsal said that multiple generations nations in each family now share smalley tation and that without the agency support they would not know where their next meal would come from the agency warned warned that further thirty five point five million dollars is needed by the end of the year to achieve its target of more than doubling its support across cer by december twenty twenty to greece now whereas you went has appealed to the authorities to do more to keep young migrant safe after fifteen year old afghan boy died from knife wounds at at an overcrowded on sunday evening in a statement the u._n. Refugee agency u._n._h._c._r. said the two other boys were also injured in a fight at maury reception center later on lesbos island. One of them required life saving surgery cording to n._p._r. Which explained that more than five hundred boys and girls are housed at the facility ability without a guardian leaving them exposed to exploitation and abuse in an appeal to the greek authorities for urgent measures. The agency's representative in greece philippe leclerc doc called for refugee and migrant children to be moved to a safe place into ended overcrowding in lesbos and on other greek islands and carmo u._n. News.