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"linley" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"You are back with the briefing on monocle 24. I'm Andrew Muller. We're going to take a look at the day's newspapers now with the journalist and broadcaster Juliet linley, who is joining us from our studio in Zürich, Juliet good afternoon, or still just about good notes. It's definitely good afternoon where you are ahead of us. What are we looking at first? Definitely good afternoon from Zürich Andrew. I'm going to look at The New York Times first and it's front page article that's entitled after the queen Y stay and Andrew were both from Commonwealth countries years Australia and it still has the queen as its head of state, mine turned out in Tobago. We became a republic back in 76, so the question increasingly being debated is, while the queen's passing marked the moment, when the 14 constitutional monarchies within the 56 strong Commonwealth moved to end the British monarch status as head of state. And of course, how long will most countries want to stay in the Commonwealth and when does it actually become obsolete? So reporting from the Solomon Islands, Andrew, we have Damien cave talking about how when the monarch was the queen, many former colonies probably found it easier to reconcile a seemingly benevolent lady with the cruel legacy of the British Empire, but now with King Charles, many feel that the push to strip away the vestiges of colonialism will accelerate rapidly. So summer assuming that the relevance of the Commonwealth will likely remain at least in the immediate future as it is a relatively prestigious grouping that's entirely voluntary and it connects countries with similar legal and political systems and it promotes call to educational sporting exchanges and even trade at an unofficial level. However, we will likely see a push to move away from the monarchy and its new male head. And we can certainly expect lively debate by a younger generation of leaders Andrew that's far more aware of race relations and injustices and offering perhaps closure for the sins of colonialism. And that debate around republicanism is already shifting into Top Gear I feel. It's going to be interesting to see how these various countries handle the timing of this, isn't it? Because you mentioned Australia and Anthony albanese Australia's prime minister is an out and proud Republican who has talked about this being a goal of a second term for his government should he get one, but in the last few days he has been very, very much going with this really isn't the timeline. Yeah, it is all about timing. I think at least until the funeral actually takes place after we can expect a bit of irreverence, if you want. Indeed, so let's take a look now at the news out of the Vatican, which is not something we do all that often. Exactly. And so the purpose heading to Kazakhstan today. And while that might not strike you as being particularly relevant, news wise, well, it's actually interesting to note that there's a strong link to the Russian offensive in Ukraine with the story. So Francis is coming to the former Soviet republic for a meeting of leaders of world religions, but one person glaringly absent is Russian Orthodox patriarch kirill. He's been very vocally supporting the war against Ukraine, many Vatican observers had been speculating that the two leaders would finally have a chance to meet on the margins of the Congress, which would have been notable and could have perhaps helped to clarify positions because the Pope is obviously consistently and very publicly pressing for peace. But Carol steadfastly refuses to speak out against Russian president Putin and he calls it a special military operation. So his silence has been very loud in the anti war narrative and that meeting is not happening now. However, another underlying theme during these next two days will no doubt be the Vatican's relationship with Beijing. As Chinese president Xi Jinping is slated to visit Kazakhstan at the same time as Francis, not within the realms of that Congress, but he's on his way to Uzbekistan where he's meeting Putin. So Jinping's visit takes place as the Vatican and China are negotiating the renewal of a highly controversial agreement on the appointment of bishops, which is opposed by many who think the Vatican shouldn't have dealings with the country, which has long clamped down a religious freedom and is known for religious persecution. So Andrew speculation is rife about whether the pontiff might potentially meet the Chinese president when their visits coincide so far no official word on that front. Well, let's look finally at news from Switzerland and a lovely illustration of how at a moment like this everybody is desperate to shoehorn a local angle into their coverage. The Alpine nation is definitely shoehorning itself. So this is a piece from Swiss info and it's gold Switzerland of the house of Windsor and it's looking at how the British royals have always maintained a close relationship with China. So on the one hand, with China sorry, with Switzerland, on the one hand, ultra democratic Switzerland couldn't be further apart from the inherited privilege of the windsors, but food, art, and sports help to close that gap and a little bit of soft politics too. So who catered Prince William and Kate's wedding banquet? Prince Philip 70th birthday celebrations and the queen's golden wedding anniversary. Well, the Alpine nations Anton mosiman, born in nido and canton Byrne and his culinary exploits have even earned him an OBE. Also at an artistic level, Queen Victoria's fame for having executed, many are fetching watercolor in the mountains around lucerne as she was mourning her husband, Albert, back in the 1860s and finally from a sporting perspective, it's no secret that King Charles has been coming to skiing clusters for more than four decades, while his brother, Prince Andrew was known to be a fan of verdier. And on the soft politics front, while historians say the queen's only official visit to Switzerland in 1980 was time to boost the image of the UK during the Falkland crisis. As it found itself increasingly isolated and was struggling with a bit of economic problems, and apparently yes, the Swiss work, indeed, very taken by the monarch during her tour, the Swiss. Juliet linley in Azure newsroom, thank you very much for joining us. You're listening to the briefing on monocle 24. And finally, on today's show, the film world
"linley" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"And Abe Lincoln in Illinois. Biopics often seemed to inspire a herd instinct in tinseltown, 1960 saw both Oscar Wilde and the trials of Oscar Wilde, coming out, as it were, and more recently there was a big year for another gay icon with two stars not only doing Truman Capote impressions, but telling the same stories. Philip Seymour Hoffman in capote. I'm free. Moved into the hotel bar. I'm free Bogart. Where he and John, you know, Houston. And here's Toby Jones in infamous. Struggling to write a scene for bogey. Loki, you mean Humphrey Bogart? Yes. And so John. Wayne? Do I feel? Kennedy? Houston. Infamous was a tiny indie while capote was from a major studio, which explained their overlap, also true of the competing blond bombshell biopics about gene Harlow, one starring Carol baker, and the other Carol linley, two carols in films released months apart called believe it or not, Harlow and Harlow. It's like the producers had a death wish. If films are sufficiently different in tone, there won't be audience confusion, even with similar plots in 1964, shortly after the Cuban missile crisis, there were two movies about the start of World War three. Nuclear annihilation played straight in failsafe and for laughs in doctor strangelove. Hey, what about major Kong? There were no reports of moviegoers laughing at the wrong movie. It was about a decade after that, that for the first time in Hollywood history, wiser heads prevailed
"linley" Discussed on Equity
"And will also be featuring guests from the industry. I'm Katie roof from TechCrunch and I'll be co hosting with my colleague, Matthew linley, and Crunchbase editor in chief Alex Wilhelm. So that was the beginning. Of the show. How things have changed since then. So this was recorded if you didn't end up ever going to the old tech headquarters on at fort saint Townsend in San Francisco. There was a studio in the back that was mostly video. And then there was a room in the back that size of, I don't know, the Harry Potter broom closet, if you will, where we stuck the podcast table, which was about half duct tape, mismatch microphones, and a lot of grit. And we recorded there for a long time. And Katie roof kept calling me Crunchbase editor in chief when I was the crunch based news editor in chief. Sounds like the country scene. So you were the CEO of Crunchbase. Is that what you wear? No, I was not. Turns out. Anyways, the original hosting team was a collection of then tech rich people. Katie Ruth is now at Bloomberg. Via The Wall Street Journal, if I recall her career path. Linley is off doing data science stuff in the world. I still talk to him quite often. And Chris, that was, gosh, I mean, that was back when Tesla didn't have money. It was such a strange time. So it was a strange time. Like the things that really stick out to me about that time was we just put microphones in front of you all and you all just talked. There was no plan. I spent hours clearing out that back room of all the storage and trash because I wanted to be a podcast producer. And so I found a back room in the studio and I was there because I was an editor for social video. And so that's how I came in. I was just a freelancer. And they let me in the building. And I was like, you let me in the building. I'm going to come here every day. And. I'm never leaving. And so I wanted a job here so bad that I was like, if I can start a podcast, they're never going to be able to lay me off. And it kind of worked and luckily there was a moment where Kate Henry was like, we should do this thing. You should get them all together and Katie roof was like down and was like, we should call it equity. And then I cleared out that room and we all sat down and we got Jason limpkin on the phone. Or we got him in the studio to talk about sass. At the time, did you guys think that I was going to last 5 years or was it being viewed as a one season sort of experiment? I mean, Alex didn't even work there. That's so true. He did it for free for years..
"linley" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast
"Hey everybody it's eric j olsen and i'm coming at you live with another live episode of the managing partners podcast on the managing partners. Podcast we interview america's top warriors to see what they are doing to grow their law firms and to keep their case pipeline full today all the way from tennessee. I have linley richter illinois. How're you doing eric. Doing good man. Good to good to talk to you. Likewise i appreciate making the time. Thanks so lindley is a divorce in mediation attorney out of nfc. Do you cover the entire state of tennessee. well rotten. I'm covered about half..
"linley" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER
"Make sure vaccinated northern sure colon free voyage this weekend. A federal judge ruled that the unvaccinated are not protected class. And there were no privacy rules. File a nation. There's no real estate interest in keeping the pandemic. Oh of course. Florida's appeal incision because god forbid we let businesses to stop the bars in that world where the delta various spreading like wildfire has the backing of a thing state. How the heck in the feds justify slamming the bracelet economy bright now by raising rates pals. It need to do anything to slow down the economy. You know why 'cause cold is going do it for them. More importantly why was momentary willing to sell some osco. One of my favorites talks with challenges. There's nothing wrong with the business. It didn't miss the numbers. I was simply reacting to the scaremongering. The inflation he says who've been wrong forever Even though i disagree with them but what happened is they made me frightened and that created a kind of thinking that's devoid of rigor. Fortunately i had second thoughts and we didn't go through the sale. But i had to tell you when you listen to these people that are quite convincing. You should sell your best. Sell your pearls. i got another one. The trust does lindy industrial gas distributor. This going by leaps and bounds linear a terrific quarter lactic. It's just gorgeous. We had management on the show several times. Hope you mike guy do. Among other things that provides the raw hydrogen hydrogen fuel cells more on that later in the show this morning went to wendy's competitors air products missed its earnings estimates usually stock part percent again. My lazy initially action. Well i gotta go sell linley for other reasons. But that kind of logic is a suckers game. What does it mean to beat other sellers to the punch. How does that really make sense. Total lazy thinking. It's so many it when i thought about this more. I realize i still like witty. It's better run than air products. Well but i sell lindy products. The bottom line decide when to sell is just as important society when to buy so. Please do not let your emotions drives decisions. Don't dump something good just because back evening or some talk hands. Free you out or you're trying to outrun some imaginary contingent slow-motion sellers. We can't ban lazy thinking but we can identify it and stamp it out one stupid idea at a tie bob in florida bob. Jim cramer thank you for taking my call first time caller longtime fan. Are you doing what i liked. I like first time long time. How can i help you thank you. I just had a question on marvell technology picker m. r. v. l. Sure you'll be the next Might semiconductor boom with young. Vivian a and i think that is a absolute total. I'd say here he's a hitter. That's what he is he's a hitter. He's a first string player is more of a slot receiver. But i gotta tell you. I was throwing him every single day. He's amazing he's made to fantastic acquisitions. He's now coming after more. Vail mike meiomi works very very smokey. Mike i yeah. It is barely see the distance here cheeses such beautiful country. Hey my docket is the container store. Tc f last week. They announced a blowout Earnings about thirty five cents per share versus expectations about nine cents. It's got a six p. Ratio my wife. And i we shop the store. We have the alpha an closet. We're very impressed. The product or impressive. it's always busy. My question is how much upside potential. There is with the pc so much by them. I mean you know. I agree with you i i don't understand it. My daughter loves to think too. I think there's room the own. Let's go to call in michigan colin Jimmy till yellow man. I was making pickles. Jimmy chills none better pickles. I got the labels from fc. Like they say none better. Hey before i get started..
"linley" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show
"We try to project. Our views are ideas including inclusion diversity onto other nations countries people groups. And it's just wrong. We don't learn from that disney did this before they did it with the pirates of the caribbean back in two thousand eighteen. It's a bunch of people. They don't know. God they don't know they don't have religion or maybe they. Maybe they have some type of belief in god but they don't believe god they don't actually read the word and so they just try to find morality and other places and this is exactly. I think what's happening here but they're destroying us. Npr thought it was a good thing. Base said a ride at disneyland that used to feature racist colonialists depictions of africans now emphasizes slapstick monkeys and chimpanzees besting clueless tourist instead now. That was a shot. I believe that was a shot at people conservatives best in clueless tourist instead. These people are arrogant. These people are elitist. They think they're better than us. And the reason why people like myself. And i'm not a. I wouldn't be a tourist. Since i live in orlando florida. This is did disneyland. I believe but the reason why. I'm i i i'm clueless about it is because i can look at a depiction of a people group and i can say. Oh you know what that was in the past. They probably don't live like that anymore. Although supporting missionaries in our church there are some people not necessarily cannibals. Bit live in very primitive situations so this is an absolute joke. usa today they says They say the That the new version removes racially offensive depictions of indigenous people and then finally from the vulture they breathe cyber relief that the creaky charm of its elephant and hippo. Animatronic will no longer be overshadowed by pervasive offensive streak of environmentally viral. Linley racist imagery in the form of tribal character scattered throughout the ri- see. Here's the deal with critical race theorists. Here's the deal with social justice warriors. They see racism where other people don't because they're the racist. They're the only people concerned with this nonsense. It's perceived racism. It's racism that doesn't exist. They don't know a person that's racist so they got to go find it in disney ri- that's exactly where we are today and we gotta stand up to this johnson. This is carl jackson infor larryelder. We'll be back in a few and now here's special. Guest carl jackson on the larry elder show. Welcome back to the program. I am carl jackson sitting in for the great elderski from the relief factor dot com studio the number to call in triple eight nine seven one seven two four three..
"linley" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast
"Is that your purposes but you're chasing your purpose vision doing their stuff. You're creating those things in this world directions because we're so i wrote a boat. I'm still war. I'm still gonna walk. Walk do and that's why. I lifted heavyweights when i wanna talk. Reading racing mechanics was the two fundamental movements that challenged that the most are the basic human movements that everybody's the master every body hers personally snacks shirt in the squad swat in a hit edge. Be able to pick something on the floor and being a basic pattern. And so i'm going to show that wasn't a specialist that it wasn't just because of linley levers whatever because that's why nobody's ever done twice because usually it's a specialist that's strong but there's like five six people have done one by six people down the other nobis ever both my. I'm going to show. It must show will walk off like if this is my area. The area that tees. I need to. I need to walk the walk even though i've history of back injury in the past but i come back and did that zero back so so back to the being harassed thing so i think those are good underlying themes there running through myself. Yeah challenge looney kids yet. But i think this is well even talking to somebody else. The other day about being selfish is actually can be generous thing. Yes in showing your kids out of.
"linley" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"I President Biden's making moves to shore up Obamacare and Medicaid during the ongoing Corona virus outbreak. Nothing new that we're doing. Here other than restoring the affordable care act. And restoring the Medicaid to the way it was before Trump became president. President buying rolled out new executive actions during a White House event and criticized the actions by former president Trump saying access to affordable health care is critical as the pandemic continues to adults in South Carolina are infected with the highly transmissible Corona virus variant from South Africa. A state officials won't reveal the two people that are sick, but they say both have no recent travel history. Governor Greg Abbott is promising to protect energy sector by almost any means necessary. It took a swipe at President Biden during the West Texas Roundtable today say he would not stand idly by and let the oil and gas industry be threatened at the governor's. His Texas will soothe the White House tries to cause problems with the energy sector or its workers. One of the world's biggest casino companies, is going all in with their push to legalize gambling in Texas. Las Vegas Sands Chairman Rob Goldstein says they see Texas as a profitable place to be can't deny the power of Texas size and scale, he said on earnings call this week. They're currently meeting with state lawmakers to draft a bill on the Las Vegas Sands Corporation now has 51 paid lobbyist working in Texas to promote the legalization of commercial gaming. That makes the casino operator the second largest lobbying group in the state. After 18 T. A tributes continue to pour in for an Austin pediatrician who was killed in her office by another doctor with terminal cancer before he killed himself. Patients, colleagues and friends of Baton Rouge born doctor Linley Dotson left flowers cards and Mardi Gras colored ribbons in memorial of the beloved doctor who was killed on Tuesday at her office during the hostage standoff. Brandy Loomis tells Kxan. I think it's to.
2 Dead After Hostage Situation, SWAT Standoff At Texas Medical Office
"Learning more tonight after that hostage standoff at texas medical office ending with two people dead including a beloved pediatrician and mother of three. Here's abc's marcus tonight. Authorities revealing new details in an hours long standoff. That left this forty three year. Old mother of three and pediatrician debt late. Tuesday afternoon austin. Texas police rushed to a doctor's office on reports that a man now identified as dr barack narrow monchy was holding five workers hostage including dr catherine linley dotson hostages telling police now ramon. She was allegedly on a pistol and would appear to be a shotgun. He told the hostages to tie themselves up. Some of the hostages were able to escape and some of them were ultimately released. Only dotson left in the office. Negotiators tried to speak to narrow monchy. And when swat officers finally entered the building they found both doctors dead police calling it a murder suicide today. A communities pain on full display at the tragic scene datsuns family saying in a statement quote. She brightened our lives and lifted us up with her laughter which was like magic. The say the forty three year old suspect. Also a pediatrician had recently been diagnosed with terminal cancer and given weeks to live. We feel like his terminal. Cancer probably played a large part in whatever it was that occurred in his life and what was happening yesterday. David police say narrow monterey revisited. That office in the last week or two wanting to volunteer he met with dotson and others but eventually it was turned down tonight. The alleged motive in this case is a mystery
"linley" Discussed on Pantheon
"It's is just incredible like the way it's sorta like re runs as a counter to a lot of stuff and just all the moves that everyone was doing on this record. They're just. They're perfect the kind of thing we haven't gotten into that like jackson. Browne was a a thing. But you know he was like in the nitty gritty dirt band for a minute and then he played for tom rush and then he was like he was a known staple of the troubadour seen in all of that and you know people were recording his songs and all of that kind of stuff. And that's i mean he was definitely Definitely working building toward a thing. Sure right and so he has harmonies on this album by david crosby. You don't have that unless you're already doing some stuff you get on there you get clearance white guitar like it's it's pretty crazy. I mean you know. David linley has yet to sort of make an appearance but to me those first five albums There's a lot of music. I gotta wanna like diminish what he does in the eighties and nineties. And i haven't put my brain there yet. Because i've only the only one of these have recorded from that is is hold out but the first five albums are so amazing to me and they all kind of feel like they belong together and then the ones. You're kind of weird little thing and that is the david lindley is not on this album. Because he's like a a constant on all those right. And i mean it is kind of one of the things that really differentiates it and i think it makes it. It honestly makes a little more solemn. There isn't really like the. The playing is amazing on it but like really with exception of link. The guitar solo doctor. My eyes there really aren't any like their kind of fireworks happening like no flashy stuff. You know As opposed to like the lindley thing where it's like you've got this like great lap steel happening and all this other stuff In yeah i kind of wonder what it would be like with him on that record like i i don't But i don't really know how you could really outdo it as it is like it might jump up and down but it's just perfect if anything. I guess it's like gets kinda cool to have this piece that existed before that next chapter came right it kind of gives you something new on on forever man. And then you get like david lindley at peak on the on for the sky and yes that's kind of like the full flowering of sort of what i think of this sort of being like the jackson. Browne sound that you know You know it's the it's the sound that launched a million dawes including ause. What about the record cover. What do you think of that. Oh man it's great the yeah love what are you. What do you when you refer to this album. What you call it I was conned saturate. Before using. But i think i i'm doing that incorrectly. I do too. I do too and i i kind of for these purposes because i think it was officially just released self titled. I've been in an in an official capacity calling itself titled for the purposes of his discography but I think that you can just call it saturate before using now i think that kinda like became a thing. And that's what i want. I wanna respect. Jb's b.'s wishes here. So i mean. I know that he was kind of like he was afraid people would think that's what the album was called and i don't think he wanted it to be called that but You know it's sort of like calling the album the white album. No one calls that self titled you know right. I think for this guy is his best album cover but i think this is the most iconic this is. Yeah it's it's it's pretty wonderful. Like an and i think that like the the original pressing it was actually like a burlap bag that it came in which is even cooler right on nice. Well thanks so much anything else. Any parting thoughts Nub at thank you for talking to me. And i'm probably gonna put it on right now yet. Thanks for a good Our long break in the in the quarantine. I it's a. I don't really get to talk about this This record or honestly. A.
"linley" Discussed on Spark My Muse
"Of our desires and cravings. I grab a bowl out of my kitchen cabinet in attica upper so of plain greek yogurt a sprinkle it with see-saw ends atar and drizzle it with extroversion olive oil every nourishing bite of this meal. Which i make often when. I don't have to worry about what anyone else wants or needs brings me home tonight so sometimes i think lioness as a sort of mindfulness bell calling me to query my senses. If i'm feeling only in a particular moment i ask myself. what am i seeing. Tasting touching hearing and smelling are there connections between mustn't says in this particular feeling of loneliness. How can i engage my senses. So i can have a more significant connection to myself in this present moment. An example machinations durins experience of drinking hot chocolate. It doesn't snow much where we live. Maybe once every year or two but whenever it snows i make homemade hot chocolate for them to drink after they're done playing outside. They strip off their coats. Hats and gloves and sit down at the kitchen table. Still exhilerated from the novelty of their snow adventures. They sit hot chocolate while we discussed. Who got hit with snowballs and help on it was to slide down the hill lower house feelings of joy in connection might be associated with this site. Aroma in tastes hot chocolate for the rest of their lives when they are adults. And feeling linley blew a hub. Faithful out the cocoa powder milk sugar and vanilla extract in mega serving or have hot chocolate as they sip. The warm sweet beverage recall. Happy snowfield memories. I have they remember who they were. And moral at who they've become. I have a comfortable belonging. Enfolds them protects them from the stings of isolation and heels their wins desolation. That was beautiful. Thank you so much final thing i wanted to ask. You is something that you cover on. Page one sixty one and it's a little bit of a trophy question but you can answer it not rhetorically because you actually wrote the book on it Age sixty one is titled kellyanne loneliness. Be a good thing and it will be interesting to hear how you answer this in light of what you've written and what people can expect as they encounter this book. Yeah well the answer to that question or my answer to the question is yes. Loneliness can be a good thing and i. I began to think of it as something. That can be a good thing. When i'm my former therapists. Gordon bell's Mentioned it to me I think it was an email. It might have been conversation But he said it can be a good thing because it can make us more aware of what we're experiencing what we're feeling In like i mentioned before it can also be a signal that something's wrong That maybe there are some things we need to address in our lives or in our relationships or even.
"linley" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Application for the grant program can be found at icy hot dot com slash game ready and applications are open between now on Halloween. A couple more questions for Linley with the National Athletic Trainers Association. Important. Is it because I've interviewed people in the past few years about having? Automated External defibrillators or add's on campus is that's something that you guys are working towards as well. Yes. There's a lot of important. Emergency Equipment Eighty days included that are are important when you when you think about the return to sport from this law, this unprecedented in our lifetime layoff off some athletic. So now a PD for covert procedure, but he dis a cold immersion tough. All the different ways that athletic trainers can institute not only emergency action plans, but then life saving techniques with the life saving equipment is also Important so we also believe that the the get game ready program will help with the purchase of of that important equipment because we're returning to sport from again, layoffs that we've never had before and so to implement not only the policy and procedures, but it's also take a really deliberate slow and gradual return to sport. It's going to be important for from an injury and a catastrophic injury standpoint. I. Would Imagine to the P P the personal protection equipment. That's something that is not going to go away. We're going to. We're going to need that for some time to come especially at that level, right? Yes we are in and we know that with. The detail policy that's been put in place we've seen and we will continue to see behavioral changes and and to some extent it will become just kind of part of what we do and and that's good. That's a good prevention technique. It's one of many the prevention techniques that I i. think we'll become somewhat of a new normal for all of us. and. Then finally when you think about as a coach. What would be almost high school coaches are are our young people what what is something that you would recommend as far as getting ready to welcome back student athletes to campus. Number one I'd never coached a place that doesn't employ athletic trainers you mentioned before you were you were wearing your coaches happy to also had some responsibility on necessarily for the health and safety of a number of parents, daughters and sons, and so it really starts with the appropriate funding that we talked about it, and then you know in this time, the coaches have to be mindful and. Be, ruined, supportive, and really strong role models when it comes to the practices related to prevention procedures for the pandemic. So the messaging is repeated from coaches around social, distancing the appropriate use of masks as well if appropriate hygiene so that we can limit the spread and and reduce that spread to stay on the field to keep doing the things that student athletes love to play their sport. and Icy hot dot com is our going for more information about get game ready it is. All right very good toy, Linley National Athletic Trainers Association, President. Thanks you time and good work and We'll catch up down the road. Thank you. A quick break we'll come on back on sports byline. Union debt to the IRS is scary the heart-stopping collection letters and living in fear that any day the irs could garnish your paychecks seize your bank accounts are.
"linley" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"We might have a high speed for jail to happening according to Twitter LAPD's were pursuing a stolen vehicle northbound Lynley it banned all in according to Tim Lana and this LA county scanner and it was copied to Tim Lynn as well if you don't belly up that's still going on that's still happening out there I'm crazy anyway hell out LAPD possibly in pursuit of a stolen vehicle northbound Linley advan island so thanks to LA county scanner that's cool bomb guy to follow because he's on top of a lot of stuff before anybody is else's LA county at LA county scanner LA CO scanner is that what is okay right LA CO scanner looks like they may have stopped this guy am I at last I checked about seventeen minutes ago from at LA county scanner vehicle has yielded felony stop in progress all right ma'am that's a smart thing to do to pull over and done it with the cops act right and then that's right well we know how that goes though they pretend like they're gonna pull over and then they balls right then they take off like I've ever been a bat out of hell like Major League Baseball there at the other proposing is seventy games scheduled for twenty twenty that may even start as early as next month a crazy that behind but there's still a little ways away about two hundred and seventy to one eighty million dollars apart between the owners and the players so let's find out what's going on they will get baseball back this year right back and forth we go again between Major League Baseball and the players said day after the owners proposed a sixty game schedule pro rated salaries the.
"linley" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Northside drive north side parkway as an alternate my goals are ninety five point five W. S. B. I'm just watching this video to spread its with that is most accurate and dependable weather forecast partly cloudy cool and windy through this afternoon will keep the breeze up this evening and overnight headed towards a low of forty six Monday morning mostly sunny and a high of seventy one tomorrow Tuesday starts school at forty nine that partly cloudy with a high of seventy seven showers and storms back on Wednesday your temperature right now sixty five degrees on Peachtree street at three thirty five I'm Cheryl Castro ninety five point five WSP Atlanta's news and talk welcome back to the weekly check up on ninety five point five W. SP I'm your host for today filling in for Dr Bruce Feinberg Ashley Frasca and I have got with me Dr Linley dirette of of on going to college she we do the show together three or four times a year really enjoy it you can learn all about their services follow along and about going to college he dot com and give us a call with any gynecological concerns questions anything nothing nothing's too embarrassing or nothing's off the table if you need to ask for four eight seven two zero seven fifty doctor dress graciously giving us a couple of hours out of her Sunday morning just to help you make sure you get the answers you need so doctor dirette without further ado we will take more calls are you ready that's great I'm ready all right up next down in Henry county we say good afternoon this Indian.
Queen Elizabeth II's nephew and wife agree to divorce
"The royal family in the headlines yet again this time it's because Queen Elizabeth the second nephew the Earl of Snowdon is divorcing his wife David Armstrong Jones professionally known as David Lindley and his wife Serena have been married for twenty six years he's the one who founded Linley the high end furniture store in this course being the latest divorced at the royal family as Peter Phillips the queen's oldest grandson plants to separate from his wife
What happens after you expose a Neo-Nazi recruiter?
"Brian Thorp is the Winnipeg free press reporter who outed Matthews. Who broke this story and who has continued to followed? Hello rife first of all you are in the documents in court. Tell me about that that definitely Caught me off guard a little bit After news broke the Patrick Matthews had been arrested in the united. I states all of these court documents sort of being released to the public quite detailed document and so it was going through them piece together. These stories when I was still you know back cure and Winnipeg and reading this affidavit from an undercover FBI agent that was used to secure a number of the rest for and and all of a sudden. It's quite clear they're talking talking about me and that Patrick Matthews while he was down in Georgia and was hanging out with other members of the base Plotting various various things he got onto the subject to me at least according to this UNDERCOVER FBI agent Claiming that you know I was essentially just an anti fascist activists not journalists. And what I'd done should carry the death penalty. What was your first thought? When you read that it was pretty unnerving Having said that it was was I guess somewhat expected there's been blow back from my reporting on this story. Certainly some threats come my way and obviously I was pretty sure sure that Mr Matthews wasn't pleased with me and what I write and so maybe now I'll get you to kind of follow up on all the reporting hoarding. You've done here. The last time we talked to. You was right after you had outed Patrick Matthews as a white supremacist recruiting for domestic terror organization. Essentially and then he vanished gnashed from Canada. What do we know about what happened right? After you outed him. Thinks these Court documents that have been coming out. we've really filled the gaps in terms of what Matthews is up to who he was with and And how he moved around in the aftermath of him Disappearance so if the I who says the two members of the base Drove more than six hundred miles from Maryland into Michigan to pick up Patrick Matthews after he illegally crossed into the United States after the Winnipeg free press exposed to at that point. They're moving around a lot At times at one point there is there holed. Hold up in a hotel in Maryland. Another point they're living in an apartment in Delaware at another period of time there down in Georgia at one of these paramilitary military training events called hate camps. So the certainly quite busy while Matthews and one of his co-accused Brian Lumley junior are living at this apartment and a and Newark Delaware. They're alleged to purchased A number of firearm parts and you have a constructed manufacturer to fully automatic assault rifle. They're also electric stock more than one thousand six hundred fifty rounds of ammunition to got their hands on some body armor and according to the FBI you know tracking these people with really some of the most sophisticated counterterrorism techniques at their disposal. They were plotting and number thing. One Point Matthews was involved attaching. A murder applaud down in Georgia To be perpetrated against it a married couple that they'd identified as Anti Fascist activist and also while in Delaware Matthews News and his co accused. Mister Finley Are alleged to have repeatedly discussed various violent attacks that they could carry out at the pro. Gun Rally in Richmond. Virginia that was held on the twentieth. How did the FBI and up infiltrating the skiing so they deployed a number number of different strategies They were accessing cellular location data recording telephone conversations you know tapping into encrypted chat rooms rooms. They were times trailing as the suspects in-person they did Searches of various properties. While no one was present then installed audio and video surveillance and down in Georgia. At least we also know that At least one undercover FBI agent directly infiltrated fool traded the organization. So he was there while they were plotting things around the Virginia rally earlier than that. What kinds of stuff did did he see the in person so the undercover FBI agent was privy And witness to plot for the murder plot in in Georgia. So what the if your agent learned with that Patrick Matthews and another Liked remember the base who was arrested in separate incident identified at this anti-fascist couple and begun making plans to Samsonite them. Essentially but the FBI agent says that within a month after Matthews goes back to Delaware is Co conspirator begins this hour on them and says that he thinks matthews is incompetent and carry out the crime with him though collectively all get arrested so they decided to exclude them from the plan but That then posed a problem because the carried out the crime without him he was aware way or of it and would be able to tie into it so a member of the base down in Georgia then comes to the conclusion. That what we're going to have to do is if we're GONNA have to murder mass us and then we can go on to carry out this double murder against this activist couple So in this bizarre twist Matthews now finds himself across tare of this murder plot that he helped patch. How close do we know that they got to carrying out any of these things? I mean we know that they were arrested before the rally were a lot of this stuff was planned all the things that they discuss. It doesn't seem like any of them. Were that close to coming to fruition. Well in terms of the Virginia junior rally I mean they did a mass. You know not only a fully automatic assault rifle but also a sniper rifle They had gone A bunch of different materials that they plan to use they had base prepare You know nine your body armor all of these things and then they were discussing. You know various obvious different attacks that they could do at one point matthews is talking about you know quote literally hunting people. Mr Lumley had thrown up the possibility of you know we need to find. Signed a police officer WHO's isolated. We can south and ate them. They'd also discussed the possibility of opening up fire on this crowd from multiple angles No clearly the FBI was concerned enough about this situation. Felt they're ramping up Does something enough that they moved in a few days. Prior to the scheduled rally the they play these people under arrest in terms of the the plot coming out of Georgia that one was planned very meticulously in a very indepth way over the course missive several months so it seemed At least according to these court documents that they were indeed gearing up to perpetrate this double murder to do we have any idea From the documents or even just from anything the FBI has put together how connected this cell was to the wider network of the base. And how tied together this organization actually so. It's definitely a decentralized organization previously tries to create you know these information nations silos but According to the documents There was a number of gathering to gatherings in Georgia and another one planned in a different state that didn't end taking place Over the course of Matthew's time As he was illegally in the US At the one in Georgia I believe there's about twelve members members that arrive there so this would be you know it's several cells. It'd be converging in one location in order to train together and to build Camaraderie And in addition to this there also communicating in these encrypted chat rooms in order to establish connections amongst themselves so well it needs to be understood a decentralized organization and each individual cell has a fair amount of autonomy in terms of you know what they're going to carry out It's definitely certainly a a loose connection and certainly as we saw with Matthew. It's a network that has the ability to ferry You know someone who's subject the multiple national security investigations in Canada helped him escape to the US and then Successfully move him around about four different. US States and provide homeless safe harbor. Do we have any idea. What Matthew standing is there was in the organization as a whole You know when you met him I I guess he was. He was a recruiter but How was he regarded by the base in the United States? In general well there's some indication that At least sections of the membership looked up to him due to his military background and that he perhaps would have been trying to pass on. Some of his skills You know to other members of the network But it but it also seems like after his time of Georgia at least with the one. You know Munc- calm right down there who's WHO's Individual by the name of Mr Lane He certainly soured on him. And eventually you know as I mentioned came to the conclusion that Matthews was incompetent. You know what his current standing might be in the eyes of his fellow You know knew the base Kind of remains unclear at this point. Only tell me about when the FBI finally decided to move and arrest these guys they were taken into custody January sixteenth Matthews and Linley. My understanding is we're at their Delaware apartment the FBI begins to move in on them and as they realized that. They're about about to be busted matthews in Lear accused of smashing their cell phone then dumping them in the toilet and attempt to Destroy some evidence little little. Do they know this was being captured on. FBI Surveillance Video. One of the more disturbing things was that the FBI was able to get access to mount these personal computer and on their he had recorded a number of propaganda videos where he was effectively urging other neo Nazis to engage violent attacks in order to spark what he called older revolution for the white race in one of these videos. Matthews is wearing a gas mask. So it's a very striking image and And he's doing doing this. In order to try and conceal his identity and one of the the direct quotes that he says is something along the lines of derail some F. trains murder for some people poisoning water supplies. You better be ready to do this if you want the white race to survive. You're going to have to do your part. Jeez Jeez yeah it was. It was pretty unnerving stuff but having said that You know it fits with what we know from the about the base from my reporting and from the reporting from a couple of other You know journalist that that focus on this file which is that. This is an organization. That
"linley" Discussed on Radiant Pearl Living-RPL Live with Stacy Zant
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"linley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Fires have trapped truckers and remote stretches of highway in the outback Mavis Powell says the scale of the fires this year is overwhelming if if how to put words into what you know you just cannot you cannot express what we're all going through in this country you know it's just so bad blood everywhere was just devastated several hours drive south of the three sisters look out small yellow firefighting planes are scooping water out of the Shoalhaven river and dropping it on the smoldering hills to the west we bring to class a natural disaster area and we've been declared a natural disaster I think it was about the fourth of December mandolin Lee is the mayor Shoalhaven which is a community made up of forty nine towns and park land stretching for seventy five miles along the coast Linley refers to the various surrounding fires burning as the beast sorry the fire he has burnt through two hundred and fifty thousand square kilometers sorry are the Hoff about a natural area has burnt now and that's pretty significant the mayor says the crisis it's been going on for so long that the city is now trying to simultaneously fight the fires in one area at the same time help people recover from the fires in others said the minute that the five passes through them we in recovery little is a member of the Green Party which has long called for action on climate change the debate over the reality of climate change here has been in the mayor's words toxic he says this current crisis in Australia is what a change climate looks like I accept that because I accepted the fact that climate change was a massive part of what we would have to deal with this community late as a long time ago but even if carbon emissions got slash tomorrow the dry hot conditions feeling these fires are likely to continue Linley says Australians are resilient but what we cannot continue to men age is business as usual so we come out of this this event this you know this catastrophic fire season four straight yeah and we try to re build out future to look exactly how it was yesterday then we want manage at least in the short term they'll manage to adapt and survive she says because they have to Jason Beaubien NPR news now wrote New South Wales and you're listening to WNYC coming up next on market place in the phase one a trade deal with China was announced last month markets hardly reacted but the.
"linley" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"It done a really good job too you know we we have both of those guys come on this year and and they both have gotten so much better I mean the growth in both of them as been been truly amazing this year that was art that was a day that was a difficult area to improve on yes yeah you know finding good people now it's really hard to get you know everyone's got jobs down because of the the the unemployment rate is sold my new fifty four year low it's it's it's almost like you're scared when somebody gets chop like why don't you have a job yeah yeah so you have to steal people away now it feels kind of dirty yeah yeah no that's that's true but but they've done a really really good job at at that being able to communicate our message and and set us up for success what makes him so good well it's different reasons right you know they both have such different personalities the movie is she is one of the funniest women I think I've ever met she's just a you know very very funny she connects with people it she really cares you know still tops are talking to somebody that would something will will hit and she's free figures out a connection with them and and you know I get work more people it call in you know call me back in you know you're asking about you know the process and everything the number one thing is either either the leader dole about how how awesome they were on the phone to to to talk to in the communication of follow up skills and knowledge to a really really good job jewels got that deep voice is it is very unassuming right he's got this deep dark down voices are and and these is is not as playful as Linley is until you get to know all right and yeah they then all of sudden these is a comedian but it just completely different personalities are all both unique in their own way that both they both work in the in different ways with it but it seems to to to be very good and as far as make a connection with people which is really what we want to do is is make a connection and and you know figure out how we can truly help people yeah I actually had a jolt created a song one.
"linley" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"We're talking to and Blake Tracy Executive Director of International Coalition for Drug Awareness. Now this is I we keep talking about serotonin levels and Serotonin of the Serotonin got some serotonin issues. I and I need to know okay. So who's that so go ahead and give us a medical class here on Serotonin and why we care well. The problem apparently was that somehow the the nickname the shortcut for Serotonin was five. ht but for Serotonin metabolism lives him. It was five H. I. A.. They didn't distinguish between the two. They thought when one went up the other one went up. serotonin metabolism is. Actually what is low in depression in violent crime and suicide and everything everything else. We've been talking about. So they mix the two and said they just cut it straight to Serotonin you want to be able to do as metabolites serotonin which turns into Melatonin to help you to sleep. which is why you can't sleep on these drugs And so it was confusion there apparently but let me give you just a little bit of history the street this was introduced by the same company who produced LSD at the request of the CIA They had gone. They took eighty percent of their initial budget. That the I did send a couple of agents off off to Switzerland to buy up all the LSD that Sandoz pharmaceutical had that they were marketing as way to chemically induced insanity. Andy so the doctors could find out how insanity is produced but when he lied Linley leap put out the synthetic version of LSD that they the CIA needed to use for their mind control. Projects axe that drug instantly became a cure for mental illness. A cure for alcoholism and then aid cycle analysis so it just got a whole new wardrobe. Wow okay yeah so this so keep keep in mind that this is the same company that started marketing PROZAC and when they even before they did their own mm scientists team to them and said we've got a problem here because it looks like drugs actually causing suicide. They had the scientist wrote a memo which we found later to using court cases saying well we can't afford to lose PROZAC. The company just financially can't afford to walk away from all the.
Boy charged with assault over dodgeball game
"What is happening with ten year old kids these days what started out as a playground game is landing a ten year old in court on assault charges yeah the ten year old is facing third degree aggravated assault for something that happened well in in school on the playground is accused of throwing a ball that hit and injured another child just a few days ago one of the mothers was informed her ten year old is charged with aggravated assault in juvenile court these kids are basically playing a game that we all have played but what seemed like a harmless game ended with one student getting seriously hurt cire way her to wait the kids didn't get into a fist fight now no he didn't take something off of a shelf and black the kid wrecked they were playing Dodge ball rack according to the boy's mother he has a rare medical condition making head injuries especially dangerous okay so you've got a kid and of course a lot of of the reporters and and I think this is in Michigan they're playing up the race of the kids yes so what you do well of course now that's what you your black ten year old kid right whose faced it with a third degree aggravated assault if this was a white kid on why arrest you had a white kid in the face right okay why did he hit the white kid in the face because it's Dodge ball according to a police report during that game another student threw a ball at his face on purpose of course it was on the whole game I mean do you really think the ten year old kid I'm sorry we have to we have to play the race issue up do you really believe that this ten year old black kid meant to hit the kid in the face yeah you just throw it as hard as possible it could have been a a or B. or yeah right sustained facial tissue damage to his face get a black eye and a bruised nose all poor being hold on hold on wait a minute what is the white kid doing playing dodgeball if you have a pre existing condition for head injuries you can't play I mean I'm play dodgeball in a number of years but if I remember correctly you can get hit in the head where which is part of dodgeball why is this white kid plane is here on the football team I don't know what he is not I would hope I mean I could I don't I don't think you'd be on the basketball team either don't get a head injury there would be playing baseball get hit in the being records show that then fourth grader also suffered a concussion his condition is something commission Linley says she and her son Bryce knew nothing about Wednesday Bryce was charged with aggravated assault yet did their bottom saying that the black kid picked off the one kid because he's got a medical condition right and by the way that's how Dodge balls play to hate to say it you always go for the slow when he wanted to kill me here because I don't I don't like you my yeah you've got it eliminates the the bad athlete is easiest thing to do in your start and then you know they don't have a strategy right to win with the good athlete I thought in dodgeball you weren't supposed to aim for the head just was the aim for an hour nobody said he aimed you're not you're not supposed to aim for the head but know what you're not supposed to that's the point if the kid docks and doesn't talk quickly enough he's going to get hit in the head or maybe he did amen it was just an act even if he did Ames so who cares yeah because you're just mean I don't know I don't want what I want to win why is this child even on the dodgeball court if you as a pre existing condition I mean for sense of it no that's not Dodge balls played how many people how many times have you seen someone play Dodge ball and they catch the ball that's thrown at them and they catch it right near their face all the time your wailing time the time exactly right but my point is why is this white mom letting her child even play dodgeball if you have a pre existing condition that is this is
Boy charged with assault over dodgeball game
"Ball at all no so this is out of canton Michigan a ten year old is being charged with aggravated assault after what was described yes as the dodgeball incident that happened back in April it wasn't Dodge ball game called tips W. X. Y. Z. said well it's pretty much like Dodge ball and we'll get to more the details of this kid's game but it's become a racial flash point because the kid being charged is black and this is why it is so important to get some of these basic things right or at least tell the story mmhm because they didn't and now it's become this white versus black thing because they're saying the I don't know if you saw the hashtag hashtag Dodge bawling while black yes okay so the first article I wrote it was all about racial profiling yet so the kids name is Bryce Linley Heathrow ball another kid hit him in the face Bryce wound up getting suspended for a day but his mom just got word that he's being charged with aggravated assault the kid who got hit has a medical issue that makes head injuries more dangerous so his mom wound up filing a police report and here's what the mom of the victim said to W. X. Y. Z. he sustained facial tissue damage to his face get a black eye and a bruised nose I tried not to get to this point my son was hit twice in the face of the ball previously due to this and that child apologize to my son and he said mom it's okay we're still going to be friends then prices mom obviously was surprised to learn that her kid was being charged with assault I think anyone would be yeah yeah yeah I get it I couldn't believe it this is a kid that was playing on the playground with this France I'm unaware of any of those situations sorry that her child got hurt I'd be sorry for any child I got hurt okay but is there more to the story yeah this is the first time it happened to the kid no so this game tips is where kids are standing in a circle they toss a ball up in the air to it to each other to one another while jumping at the same time basically you are you have to be airborne as you're throwing the ball you also have to be airborne if you're catching it if you're catching the ball the kid who got hit had thrown the ball to brace it went over his head when the ball gets loose by the way the game is paused to Bryce goes to grab the ball and threw it at the other kids face when that other kid wasn't looking and then according to the police report which they didn't report on with W. X. Y. Z. by the way Bryce said that's what you get over there on it over my head right and I know that was an accident that's what you can I think infer from the police report right so the mom of the victim called the cops because the school wasn't doing anything there was a one day suspension like I said but that's it and she wanted to have a written plan in place before the two kids were allowed to be on the playground together because her son had been targeted by
Dolby looks to change the way you listen to music
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Create and publish a stunning website. All from one powerful platform. Go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w I x dot com in stay tuned, after the show to hear you can take advantage of special offer for talking tech listeners. Hey, Jefferson Graham talking tech at capitol records with Samuel Linley Samuel works at Universal Music, universals just made a deal with Dolby to bring atmos- to the music that you listen to not tomorrow. But soon in the whole idea is we're all used to use listening to two. Tracks primarily get used to sixteen Samuel tells all about well, even more to sixteen skills up and down, so more or less, but at most is basically a new way of expressing music new way of expressing the storytelling that is inherent in music. I've been waiting a lifetime, as a producer for the opportunity. To create in an environment like at most where it's not just in front of me, but it can actually surround me. And, you know, engage my senses in a more natural capacity in the data you've given me today. We're hearing music in front on the side in back all over the place. We happen to being a magical place with sixteen speakers that not everybody's has, but you're envisioning sound bars. Multiple speakers in the home, maybe maybe three or four to hear music, and a different way, well at most already works in film, and television. So there's a lot of devices in a lot of platforms that already a work with that most. So what we're doing now is building in, in re mixing catalogue, and new music, and creating new music to then pro- stream that into wherever they'll be at most can be enabled. And what, what do you think the timeframe is before consumers will be able to hear music in this way in their home? So twenty nineteen very so. But I don't have an exact date but soon. Okay. Primarily, you want to get the technology out, let people know you're working on it. Get labels aboard other labels besides you guys and just get the stuff out there. Absolutely. And to let the creative community know what we're doing so that they can be involved in the process. Right. So we're building the catalog with, you know, engaging with artists and really rallying rallying the community to experience at most. So they can contribute. All right Samuel. Thank you so much for having me over to capitol records and giving me the demo with those sixteen speaker center pretty awesome. And I look forward to hearing some of this at home, you've been listening to talking tech. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA day. Look for me on Twitter, where I'm at Jefferson Graham Samuel. If people have questions for you. How did they find you? Well, you can find me on Twitter at tracks. Ter- TRE. X S. T R hit me up. Let's talk. At moss. All right. Thanks again. Sometimes having a great idea is the easy, part getting people to hear about your idea. Not always so simple. But now there's wicks at wicks dot com. You can start and publish your website for free wicks as artifice design intelligence, creates a stunning website for you in just a few minutes. You can choose from over five hundred stunning templates, or start from scratch just answer, a few questions about your business to get started wicks provides you with an all in one business solution to grow your online presence, plus all sites include Bilton SEO tools, so you can easily get found online, and in search engines, like Google, and Bing, build a website of your very own with wicks today. And if you go to Whigs dot com and use our code talking, you'll get ten percent off any premium plan with wicks premium plans. You'll get more storage a free domain for a year and much more. That's wicks w I x dot com promo code talking for ten percent off your premium. Plan.
By blacklisting Huawei, the US could be shooting itself in the foot
"There's an interesting observation to be made here about the global economy, things that usually happened really, really slowly. Until they happen. Really, really fast. Oh, explain from American public media. This is marketplace. In Los Angeles. I'm KAI Ryssdal. It is Thursday. Today, the sixteenth of mega is always to have you along, everybody. We begin today with this ten days ago, Amir week and a half. Every indication was that the trade mad disagreements between the United States and China were all but solved couple more meetings, a quick Trump's, she phone call done and done. Now. It's tariffs as far as the I can see. And as of yesterday quite possibly a breakdown in the heavily, integrated and extremely globalized technology supply chain, we refer here, of course, to the Trump administration, effectively blacklisting, the Chinese technology, giant hallway, which will cut that company off from its American suppliers, chips, from Qualcomm and phone software from Google to name. Just a couple. You're all that in with bands on while way in other countries. And as marketplace's Scott Tong reports now from Washington, there does seem to be something of a digital iron curtain descending if the US shoe. Hallway, it also hits its own foot inside while we gadgets are innards from firms, like Intel, oracle and Western Digital but tech firms sensing the crossfire are trying to get out of the way and avoid partnering with companies subject to bands in retaliation says Linley Gwen app of the Linley group. I think that companies are trying to reduce their exposure to the band, and by fewer components from countries that could be affected the word decoupling is being whispered in the US and China that is each country may develop its own separate supply, chain, while we has long been on Washington's hitlist and is trying to make parts semiconductors in house. Business professor at ten Wong judge young university has a new book on wall way. He says the company can be self sufficient that can make it south. Maybe he's not as good as the US components, but it's not much worse. They still can't sell products so that prepare for these more than ten years, while ways, DIY project. Could accelerate Chinese innovation? And in areas like wireless, five G many see hallway as already ahead. So the US might not want to cut itself off says, political scientists Abraham Newman at Georgetown, France in the nineteen eighties tried to develop its own internet, and it was kind of ridiculous, and the risk is that we end up with a new version of that a lesser. They un-filed g network. He says the US is weaponising interdependence and could unravel a global tech supply chain that took a generation to come together. I'm Scott Tong for marketplace. You can argue till the cows come home about tariffs who wins who loses who pays wait. No, you can't consumers pay and nobody wins. But there is at least one agreed upon reality. When it comes to what tariffs due to an economy, the way things normally work don't work anymore. Marketplace's refinish your explains that one I don't know if you've ever grown plants in a terrarium they love it in there because they're protect. But when you take them, out and expose them to the outside world, they don't always do out there, not strong. It breeds a kind of laziness here Simon Lester is with the Cato Institute and he's not talking about terrariums. He's talking about tariffs tariffs that protect some US businesses from foreign competition. You don't have to compete with the best in the world, just sort of relax. You don't have to work that hard, you're not gonna face any competition. US steel companies, for example, don't face as much pressure to upgrade plants now they can in our raising prices without competition from foreign steel producers. Ultimately, I think if you want to sessile businesses, you want them competing in order to, you know me as a fishing has possible Chinese goods. Don't usually compete with US goods head on. We don't make a lot of the same stuff, but many goods that are made in America are made with Chinese parts tariffs. Make those parts more expensive Tim Keough teaches economics at the university of Minnesota gonna make things to the US shell the rest of the world. Be more expensive than we're gonna lose market share because of that. But the. Disadvantages go beyond that, take the tariffs on steel aluminum. The metal that would be going into the US now goes to global markets increasing supply and depressing prices outside the US Rufus York's is president of the national Foreign Trade Council. Many of my manufacturers say that this has a direct impact on their competitiveness. Not only because their costs go up, but actually their foreign competitors costs. Go down your says the morn industries protected the less productive, it's likely to become in New York. I'm Sabrina sure for marketplace. In higher education news on this Thursday, three much reviled letters. S A N, t the college board purveyor of the aforementioned exam is adding a new score to it math, reading, and writing the optional essay and now adversity as in the hurdles like neighborhood crime, and poverty, that students might have dealt with getting into college. It's yet another attempt by the college board to keep its core product, the SAT, relevant as the idea. Of who gets in wear gets more attention. Marketplace's Amy Scott has more on that when Scott vers, I'll was weighing student applications. This college admission season he had another tool to consider. He's dean of undergraduate admissions at the university of South Carolina, along with grades and essays and test scores and environmental context. Dashboard. Offer details like family and housing stability access to AP classes and neighborhood poverty, and crime. And that did help us find some students that we would probably would otherwise not considered the university was one of fifty testing out the dashboard. This year, the college board will roll it out to all schools next year, and it'll be free, but SAT critic Robert Shafer with fair test says it's a business move with selective colleges under pressure to admit more students of color and low income students. More of them are making standardized tests. Optional people have long known that head scores were a excellent. Mega of accumulated advantage. And now, the college board is going to admit it by thing. You can't use raw scores. You have to examine them in context. The college board has tried something like this, in the past in the late nineteen nineties, it's so-called strivers program aimed to take socioeconomic factors including race into account. But Shaffer says critics accused the college board of back door affirmative action, and the program was dropped Tiffany Jones directs higher, Ed policy at the education trust advocacy group. She says the dashboard doesn't include race without looking at race explicitly. It's very difficult to try to account for racial inequality. Students also won't know their scores adding another layer of mystery to the college admissions process. I'm Amy Scott for marketplace. There was a fairly brief, but all important announcement from Boeing today, a quick four paragraphs, the first sentence of which read Boeing has completed development of the updated software for the seven. Thirty seven max, which is big the company says it's working with the FAA to get the planes back in the air. Investors were reassured Boeing shares up two point three percent day. The broader markets up as well. Not as much though. We'll have the details when we do the numbers.
Nasa, Pat Piper and Fema discussed on Glenn Beck
"Star star eight four eight that star star eight four eight star star eight four eight nasa is making plans on what to do if a near earth object gets too close pat piper explains the space agency along the fema and the white house says there's no immediate threat at all of a comet or an asteroid entering the earth's atmosphere and hitting us but linley miles of nasa's planetary defence coordination office says if it should occur one is more likely than the other likely scenario would be an asteroid because there are thousands more than than there are comments coming into the inner solar system does proof an asteroid was spun last saturday by nasa center for near objects studies it burned up before hitting southern africa pat piper washington apple.