17 Burst results for "Luoyang"

"luoyang" Discussed on Freakonomics

Freakonomics

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"luoyang" Discussed on Freakonomics

"We can't afford to do that. We raise the minimum wage here in LA. But we also reduced our cities business tax. I think about that for a second democrat, you're supposed to raise both of those things. If you're Republican, you're supposed to lower both of them, but we know putting more money in the pocket of folks who are going to spend it on main street. Good for the Konami as Luoyang cities business. That we have based on gross receipts, which is anti-business. So if I could change one thing in Washington, this is totally radical, but I would maybe get rid of political parties altogether. I think our founders envisioned factions not parties, and it's the most destructive thing we have signed me up for that. So let me ask you. This is even less palatable idea to most people than yours. But even if the people going in have the best intentions, which, I truly believe they often do they want serve the public good that once you get into the system, you're incentives change rather than long-term, ISM, which we want for policy, you get involved in a lot of short termism in terms of consolidating power and getting reelected. So from an economic perspective, I could see perhaps aligning incentives, better by let's say rewarding elected officials financially by setting up some kind of revenue share that pays off over the long term, if the projects that they work on actually workout. Here's a way that you could sell that instead of talking about redistribution. Talk about the idea of. Redistribution, the idea is kind of sovereign wealth funds. So maybe it's not a reward for the politician or the elected official, but for all of us in which I would have a stake to that if we are able to do something that has some payoff. We put twenty percent of that into some public good, but it's not just a check, that's kind of after the fact say, we'd go back to state universities, having free tuition. Not just something that we figure out afterwards by taking more money from the super wealthy or from corporations, but actually something that's an investment at the front end. So then I would have an incentive because I do think it's a caricature that people who are elected get more and more disconnected. I mean we pursued the Olympics in one Olympics and Paralympics twenty twenty eight and people like, oh well you don't care about the Olympics. You're not gonna even be mayor. Then if there's cost overruns, and I say, no, I'm going to be worse than a mayor. I'm going to be a taxpayer living here in Los Angeles. Most economists argue that when cities or regions go for big public event like the Olympics or conventions World Cup and so on that usual. Fiscally. It turns out, not to be good for the city. I know L successfully done the Olympics before obviously, you think it can work. Well here again, why, why is LA different is because of the existence of the infrastructure. And so on. It's our infrastructure and the way we do the Olympics. So we've had it twice before nineteen thirty two. We turned million dollar profit in one thousand nine hundred four we introduced a whole new model with sponsorship and save the Olympics..

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"luoyang" Discussed on Comments By Celebs

Comments By Celebs

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"luoyang" Discussed on Comments By Celebs

"And now back to show while we could talk about their credentials for literally years. I wanna make sure that we have time for a little Cuban a for you. Hit asked, you had a time if it was okay for me to ask, which is I feel k can you tell it's an honor of pride month and you were just such I wish you could see right now. You're just such a light like you were just. Oh, god. I just love you. I wanna hear your coming out story. Oh, okay. Well, I was really gay kid. I was like I grew up in a small town in Canada, called port Perry, Ontario. It was a hockey town. And I was like a musical theater. Boy, so I, I had this like weird saying where I didn't want people to see me. But then I was also starring in musical, like I really liked to disappear at school because I was bullied and so, but then I had this outlet to do theatre, which, obviously, you know, not to say that in my case, I it was kind of like people kind of knew that I was maybe gay because it was a really big song and dance man, not, too, that's not a generalization, but for me, I was I was a pretty, like feminine child. And I came out when I was eighteen years old officially, and I was downstairs in the basement with my mom who made all the costumes, for my musical theater shows. And I think we were like Luoyang sequence on something. So it seemed like perfect. And yeah, I came out, then, and it was my mom was was great. And my dad came to terms with it. He also kind of found out in a way that wasn't from me. And so it wasn't. I didn't handle it the in the best way in hindsight with him, I should have told him right away, after I told my mom and but yeah, my whole family. I I'm, I'm one of the lucky ones like my, my family all the way down to my grandmother. Everybody on my dad's side on my mom's side are supportive of me, and ultimately now supportive of my relationship..

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"luoyang" Discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"luoyang" Discussed on The Talk Show

"Yeah. So we were talking about the idea of an apple alternative to Instagram. You know, what is it? You know, is is the stories feature integral to Instagram. I mean, I don't I don't use the stories thing. I don't get it. I know how to do it. I I saw Marco. I don't either I get over in that area. It's like what the hell am I? Yeah. I really miss when Instagram was you follow people. And then they they carefully select the photos, they wanna post tend to either be momentous occasions or just particularly pleasing photos, and then you stream down and in chronological order, you see the posts the photos from the people who you chose to follow. And then if you're all heavily filtered, right? And if you wanted there's comments that are neatly organized, you know, one level. In, you know. So if you wanna see them you can, but if you don't you don't have to scroll past him. And then that was it. I really I that's the Instagram. I liked and I'm you know, I I'm sure they're making much more money now than they were before. But boy, I sure miss that. Yeah. Me too. You know theory apple could do it, you know, and could be iphone only. And then it's all all of our employees. You don't have to tag them shot with phone. I get well. I mean, I guess you can't keep people from uploading of Luoyang other stuff. Yeah. But you know. You know, keep it. I I o s only. How they would deal with user names. I don't know. Right. Because you wouldn't want to expose your apple ID. Right. You might want to. But you probab-, I wouldn't you know, like you want people all of a sudden face timing you which will get another segment of the show. Right. I don't want. My ideas. My in the hypothetical world, Rapa launched and Instagram competitor for publicly posting images in a time line. You know, you'd wanna have a username that was separate from your apple idea. I mean, I guess apple could just open up a new username space. You know and have there'd be like a gold rush to claim your your desire name. I don't think apple would do it. I I don't think they really have an interest in it. I see how they have an interest in the private Aycliffe photo sharing. Which again is a great feature. I don't know that they have an interest in the public Instagram type thing. No, it seems like another one of those things like the, you know, making books from pictures. Yeah. And photos that. They would if they did it that they would do it for a while. And then they go we're not doing this anymore. Yeah. And that's at stat one where they already doing it all they had to do is doing it. And they had so little interest in it that they canceled it, right? So I don't know. I don't know what this Lucien is, you know, and, you know, given their track record with paying and. I don't see. I definitely don't see it happening. Yeah. You know, I don't know what the betting odds would be that it would succeed, but it probably be pretty low based on their track record. But at least they would have a chance because it's apple and they publicize and they could get it in front of people with iphones. They could make it..

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"luoyang" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"luoyang" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"You by holiday and express be ready as coach thanks for being with us. We had you on couple of weeks ago on national signing day and talked about your defensive higher, and he just you just don't take off. And now you're bringing rich Rodriguez. Hello and happy new year and tell us about Luoyang coach rich rod to campus. Now, happy new year till you, Paul. It was been a busy off season already for sure with national signing day and getting a new Deecour Nater coach McIntyre, but now to bring rich rod on. I mean, it's just a it's also mapra -tunities. I think that's what really good leaders. Do you surround yourself with people? You know, he is obviously well known. A great offense of mind. Also has a lot of experience and been a national coach of the year before long coach mcintyre's, really think. We've upgraded ourselves and upgraded our staff. Well, let's talk a little bit about what we'll see authencity not to give anything away on the fourth day or third day. But what do you what are you looking for him to do with your offense? Well, you know, what I think there was a lot of crossover of what we already do from from the spread attack. But I think with with some of the stuff that we are struggling with in the red zone and how he gets his quarterback involved in the run game to really improve and situational football. I think he has a unique ability to coach quarterbacks, and and I think he has a toughness that aligns with with my vision for what we want. So I just thought there was a lot of positives. And and I really took my time with this higher. I didn't rush into it. And the more that the more that we talked and we met in person, it was really obvious that this was the guy I'm really interested because sometimes coaches. Had take different approaches. It's not unusual to see former head coaches, but it is a little bit unusual as you said to national coaches of the year. I'm not sure I've seen a staff quite like this in a while. Well, obviously coach McIntyre, and I go way back to nine hundred ninety nine and had a lot of relationship together. And that one just kinda worked out, but obviously he played against rich ride, and he had been on some of these Nike trips along with coach cut cliff, and they they talked about them enjoying their time together. And just kind of when his name came across my desk. I kinda like everybody else man, this this would be an awesome opportunity, and the more I got to know him the more really liked him. And our our vision was very very similar and the toughness that he brings over the like that because you have to have that if you want to win in this league, he I don't know him as well as you do, but he has an infectious personality. I'm sure that that was something you know, is pretty quickly. Absolutely. I mean that's going to this day and age you have to be able to motivate. Eight young men to play you have to be able to recruit, and he's going to be able to do those things. And I think more than anything it just shows the commitment to winning obviously we play in the best conference and in college football and the best side of the best conference in college football. So I think it just shows that commitment to winning and the commitment to rebuilding this program..

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"luoyang" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"luoyang" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"You by holiday and express be ready as coach thanks for being with us. We had you on couple of weeks ago on national signing day and talked about your defensive higher, and he just you just don't take off. And now you're bringing rich Rodriguez. Hello and happy new year and tell us about Luoyang coach rich rod to campus. Now, happy new year till you, Paul. It was been a busy off season already for sure with national signing day and getting a new Deecour Nater coach McIntyre, but now to bring rich rod on. I mean, it's just a it's also mapra -tunities. I think that's what really good leaders. Do you surround yourself with people? You know, he is obviously well known. A great offense of mind. Also has a lot of experience and been a national coach of the year before long coach mcintyre's, really think. We've upgraded ourselves and upgraded our staff. Well, let's talk a little bit about what we'll see authencity not to give anything away on the fourth day or third day. But what do you what are you looking for him to do with your offense? Well, you know, what I think there was a lot of crossover of what we already do from from the spread attack. But I think with with some of the stuff that we are struggling with in the red zone and how he gets his quarterback involved in the run game to really improve and situational football. I think he has a unique ability to coach quarterbacks, and and I think he has a toughness that aligns with with my vision for what we want. So I just thought there was a lot of positives. And and I really took my time with this higher. I didn't rush into it. And the more that the more that we talked and we met in person, it was really obvious that this was the guy I'm really interested because sometimes coaches. Had take different approaches. It's not unusual to see former head coaches, but it is a little bit unusual as you said to national coaches of the year. I'm not sure I've seen a staff quite like this in a while. Well, obviously coach McIntyre, and I go way back to nine hundred ninety nine and had a lot of relationship together. And that one just kinda worked out, but obviously he played against rich ride, and he had been on some of these Nike trips along with coach cut cliff, and they they talked about them enjoying their time together. And just kind of when his name came across my desk. I kinda like everybody else man, this this would be an awesome opportunity, and the more I got to know him the more really liked him. And our our vision was very very similar and the toughness that he brings over the like that because you have to have that if you want to win in this league, he I don't know him as well as you do, but he has an infectious personality. I'm sure that that was something you know, is pretty quickly. Absolutely. I mean that's going to this day and age you have to be able to motivate. Eight young men to play you have to be able to recruit, and he's going to be able to do those things. And I think more than anything it just shows the commitment to winning obviously we play in the best conference and in college football and the best side of the best conference in college football. So I think it just shows that commitment to winning and the commitment to rebuilding this program..

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"luoyang" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"luoyang" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"We had you on couple of weeks ago on national signing day and talked about your defensive higher, and he just you just don't take off. And now you're bringing in rich Rodriguez. Hello and happy new year and tell us about Luoyang coach rich rod to campus. Happy new year till you, Paul. But I know it's been a busy off season already for sure with national signing day and getting a new decoder Nater coach McIntyre, but now to bring rich rod on. I mean, it's just a it's also mapra to. Unity. I think that's what really good leaders. Do you surround yourself with people? You know, he is obviously well known as a great offense of mind, but also has a lot of experience and been a national coach of the year before long coach MacIntyre. So I really think we've upgraded ourselves and upgraded our staff. Well, let's talk a little bit about what will see authencity not to to give anything away on the fourth day or third day. But what do you what are you looking for him to do with your offense? Well, you know, what I think there was a lot of crossover of what we already do from from the spread attack. But I think with with some of the stuff that we are struggling with in the red zone and how he gets his quarterback involved in the run game to really improve and situational football. I think he has a unique ability to coach quarterbacks, and I think he has a toughness that aligns with with my vision for what we want. So I just thought there was a lot of positives. And and I really took my time with this higher. I didn't rush into it. And the more that the more that we talk. And you know, we met in person, it was really obvious that this was the guy I'm really interested because sometimes coaches. Take different approaches. It's not unusual to see former head coaches, but it is a little bit unusual as you said to national coaches of the year. I'm not sure I've seen a staff quite like this in a while. Well, no, it's obviously coach McIntyre, and I go way back to nineteen ninety nine and had a lot of relationship together. And that one just kinda worked out, but obviously he played against rich ride, and he had been on some of these Nike trips along with coach cliff, and they they talked about them enjoying their time together. And just kind of when his name came across my desk. I kinda like everybody else may, and this this would be an awesome opportunity, and the more I got to know him the more I really liked him. And our our vision was very very similar in the toughness that he brings really liked that because you have to have that. If you want to win in this league, he I don't know him as well as you do, but he has an infectious personality. I'm sure that that was something you knows pretty quickly. Absolutely. I mean that's going to this day and age you have to be able to motivate young. Men to play you have to be able to recruit, and he's going to be able to do those things. And I think more than anything it just shows the commitment to winning obviously we play in the best conference and in college football and the best side of the best conference in college football. So I think it just shows that commitment to winning and the commitment to rebuilding program..

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"luoyang" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"luoyang" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"We had you on couple of weeks ago on national signing day and talked about your defensive higher, and he just you just don't take off. And now you're bringing in rich Rodriguez. Hello and happy new year and tell us about Luoyang coach rich rod to campus. Happy new year till you, Paul. But I know it's been a busy off season already for sure with national signing day and getting a new decoder Nater coach McIntyre, but now to bring rich rod on. I mean, it's just a it's also mapra to. Unity. I think that's what really good leaders. Do you surround yourself with people? You know, he is obviously well known as a great offense of mind, but also has a lot of experience and been a national coach of the year before long coach MacIntyre. So I really think we've upgraded ourselves and upgraded our staff. Well, let's talk a little bit about what will see authencity not to to give anything away on the fourth day or third day. But what do you what are you looking for him to do with your offense? Well, you know, what I think there was a lot of crossover of what we already do from from the spread attack. But I think with with some of the stuff that we are struggling with in the red zone and how he gets his quarterback involved in the run game to really improve and situational football. I think he has a unique ability to coach quarterbacks, and I think he has a toughness that aligns with with my vision for what we want. So I just thought there was a lot of positives. And and I really took my time with this higher. I didn't rush into it. And the more that the more that we talk. And you know, we met in person, it was really obvious that this was the guy I'm really interested because sometimes coaches. Take different approaches. It's not unusual to see former head coaches, but it is a little bit unusual as you said to national coaches of the year. I'm not sure I've seen a staff quite like this in a while. Well, no, it's obviously coach McIntyre, and I go way back to nineteen ninety nine and had a lot of relationship together. And that one just kinda worked out, but obviously he played against rich ride, and he had been on some of these Nike trips along with coach cliff, and they they talked about them enjoying their time together. And just kind of when his name came across my desk. I kinda like everybody else may, and this this would be an awesome opportunity, and the more I got to know him the more I really liked him. And our our vision was very very similar in the toughness that he brings really liked that because you have to have that. If you want to win in this league, he I don't know him as well as you do, but he has an infectious personality. I'm sure that that was something you knows pretty quickly. Absolutely. I mean that's going to this day and age you have to be able to motivate young. Men to play you have to be able to recruit, and he's going to be able to do those things. And I think more than anything it just shows the commitment to winning obviously we play in the best conference and in college football and the best side of the best conference in college football. So I think it just shows that commitment to winning and the commitment to rebuilding program..

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"luoyang" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"luoyang" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"We had you on couple of weeks ago on national signing day and talked about your defensive higher, and he just you just don't take off. And now you're bringing in rich Rodriguez. Hello and happy new year and tell us about Luoyang coach rich rod to campus. Happy new year till you, Paul. But I know it's been a busy off season already for sure with national signing day and getting a new decoder Nater coach McIntyre, but now to bring rich rod on. I mean, it's just a it's also mapra to. Unity. I think that's what really good leaders. Do you surround yourself with people? You know, he is obviously well known as a great offense of mind, but also has a lot of experience and been a national coach of the year before long coach MacIntyre. So I really think we've upgraded ourselves and upgraded our staff. Well, let's talk a little bit about what will see authencity not to to give anything away on the fourth day or third day. But what do you what are you looking for him to do with your offense? Well, you know, what I think there was a lot of crossover of what we already do from from the spread attack. But I think with with some of the stuff that we are struggling with in the red zone and how he gets his quarterback involved in the run game to really improve and situational football. I think he has a unique ability to coach quarterbacks, and I think he has a toughness that aligns with with my vision for what we want. So I just thought there was a lot of positives. And and I really took my time with this higher. I didn't rush into it. And the more that the more that we talk. And you know, we met in person, it was really obvious that this was the guy I'm really interested because sometimes coaches. Take different approaches. It's not unusual to see former head coaches, but it is a little bit unusual as you said to national coaches of the year. I'm not sure I've seen a staff quite like this in a while. Well, no, it's obviously coach McIntyre, and I go way back to nineteen ninety nine and had a lot of relationship together. And that one just kinda worked out, but obviously he played against rich ride, and he had been on some of these Nike trips along with coach cliff, and they they talked about them enjoying their time together. And just kind of when his name came across my desk. I kinda like everybody else may, and this this would be an awesome opportunity, and the more I got to know him the more I really liked him. And our our vision was very very similar in the toughness that he brings really liked that because you have to have that. If you want to win in this league, he I don't know him as well as you do, but he has an infectious personality. I'm sure that that was something you knows pretty quickly. Absolutely. I mean that's going to this day and age you have to be able to motivate young. Men to play you have to be able to recruit, and he's going to be able to do those things. And I think more than anything it just shows the commitment to winning obviously we play in the best conference and in college football and the best side of the best conference in college football. So I think it just shows that commitment to winning and the commitment to rebuilding program..

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"luoyang" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"luoyang" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"B.. So back to Fritz, what does it troubled young closeted homosexual German man who has been abused do next? I don't know. He joins the military. Okay. And things started off smoothly here into reputation amongst his superiors as an exemplary soldier. An excellent marksman which isn't what you wanna hear. When you read about a future serial killer and he would later be he would describe his period of service with his battalion as the happiest of his entire life. But then something horrible happened. He collapsed while on exercise with his battalion in October of nineteen o one. And then he started to suffer from these dizzy spells with some level of regularity, and he was he was periodic lapses of consciousness is the way they're described, which is, we know is not good. He was subsequently hospitalized for over four months later, deemed unsuitable for military service and were. Work and he was dismissed from military service on July twenty eighth nineteen. O two. You have to imagine again, this is another pretty big blow. He describes serving with his battalion is the happiest time of his entire fucking life. And then he comes down with some version of a health issue that causes these dizzy spills or lapses of consciousness, and his deemed unsuitable for service and as a result loses his military career altogether. And that's when he goes ham for about a fucking decade. He became a petty theft, a burglar. In a con artist, he would get a real job on occasion, but then he would just use that as an opportunity to steal from both as employers and their customers that so petty theft start. Yeah, so works. So he starts everybody, right? And he's like, he's like, basically he's escalating his crimes little by little here after the military thing. All falls apart. He goes in and out of prison for burglary fraud larceny, embezzlement assault. All of the like career, criminal shit that you do in and out of prison between nineteen o five and nineteen twelve. Then as a result of the poverty that Germany endured following were one, they didn't have a lot of basic commodities. These things became increasingly scarce inexpensive, which fueled crimes, like theft, assault and murder. In addition to a significant increase in black market trading and due to the peace treaty signed in nineteen nineteen Germany. No longer had an army. They were forbidden to participate in the arms trade, and it's police forces were badly paid in overstretched. They had very limited resources at their disposal, and this is an environment where police were welcoming public assistance. They needed the public's hope to try to stop crime because they had so little resources. So even though they knew that are boy, was. Criminal in a homosexual, which again, at the time was a crime punishable by imprisonment. In Germany, they let harm and establish a relationship with the police department as an informant. Largely. He was doing this as a means of redirecting, the attention of the police from himself and his own criminal activities and to facilitate his access to young males. So unknowingly the fucking police boy are helping turn this dude into one of the worst serial killers in history. Oh gosh, and this is where shit gets even worse somehow between nineteen eighteen and nineteen twenty four harm and his no new committed at least twenty four murders. Although he suspected of murdering a minimum of twenty seven, all of his victims were males between the ages of ten and twenty two, the majority of whom were in their mid to late teens in the same. Same type of she was doing a little kid. He was Luoyang people back to one of three addresses in which Harmon is known to reside it throughout those years, and he is known to have killed upon the promise of systens accommodation work or under the pretense of arrest. So routinely he was utilizing his status as a police informant to perform. Zain's arrests, no loss, no, no. This is just the most busted situation of all time..

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"luoyang" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"luoyang" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"For the third time this past week and made progress we're continuing to make progress. These are all the right steps forward. It's the right path. And we've made clear to the world that the economic sanctions the pressure that discussed chairman Kim to come as far as he has come to date will remain in effect until denuclearize occurs. And so we're hard at at President Trump has given me the task to use our entire diplomatic team to achieve the outcome. That the world has demanded. Three UN Security Council resolutions, we'll talk a lot about that in the week ahead in New York. But again, you talked about denuclearization. They haven't given up a single nuclear weapon were missile or an inventory. And now they're talking in the meeting the summit with South Korean president moon. They talked about quote corresponding measures such as a treaty to end the Korean war one is that on the table. And to whatever happened to the position of the administration that North Korea has to get rid of all of its arsenal. Before we give any concessions administration's position hasn't changed one jot from the time we entered this discussion, we are working diligently, not many of the outcomes that you described we've had extended conversations about this. I don't want to get into the details of the negotiations that are underway, but we've talked about particular facilities particular weapon systems. Those conversations are underway. And we are hopeful that we can deliver this outcome for the world. But to get to this point about corresponding measures. As you say that position hasn't changed. One bit does that mean they have to get rid of their entire nuclear arsenal. And missiles before we take we give concessions, for instance, a peace treaty, but everybody's got their own concession might be some thought it was a concession for President Trump to go to Singapore. I certainly didn't think so President Trump doesn't but what we've made clear is the economic sanctions the driving force to achieve the outcome. We're looking for will not be released. The UN Security Council will not reduce those sanctions until such time. As we've achieved that final denuclearization. We want to pick up on that. Because the South Koreans are already talking about Luoyang economic relations with South Korea the Russians and the Chinese are looking the other way apparently rampant smuggling of oil fuel into South Korea isn't the US policy of maximum pressure on North Korea. Isn't that releasing? It's absolutely not. I mean, it just I hear I've read what you should you should be very careful about everything. Read in the press around the world, the entire UN Security Council remains committed to enforcing the UN Security Council resolutions, I am confident we will renew that. And renewed the commitments to the week ahead. It's one of the things we'll talk a great deal about two to a country. Every nation has told me personally, they remained committed to enforcing the UN Security Council resolution, let's turn to China where we are on the verge of a major trade war. The US has imposed sanctions or tariffs on two hundred and fifty billion dollars of Chinese imports. The Chinese have retaliated they have just announced they're pulling out of a new round of trade talks this week. How hard is President Trump prepared to go in this face off with China? And for how long we know this much the trade war on by China against the United States has been going on for years. Here's what's different in this administration to the extent one wants to call us, a trade war. We're determined to win it. You know? I I read a small business in Kansas before I came to congress. I saw how companies were treated differently when they attempted to do business whether they were trying to sell goods into China or to purchase goods to export from China. I watched American companies were treated unfairly differently. A different set of rules. If they wanted to invest in my business against us. They could've at I wanted to invest in a Chinese supplier there. I couldn't these are fundamentally unfair the American people know that President Trump's gonna fix it. When you say, he's you're gonna win it. We're gonna win it as long as we're gonna win. We're going to get an outcome which forces China to behave in a way that if you want to be a power a global power transparency rule of law. You don't steal intellectual property the fundamental principles of trade around the world fairness reciprocity. Those are the things President Trump has told his counterpart there who he very much likes. Those are the things that the American people are demanding and the American workers deserve plus an and Trump announced this week. That he's reducing the number of refugees that will be allowed into this country from forty five thousand this year to thirty thousand next year, which would be the lowest cap since the refugee program began in nineteen eighty nine I'll take for instance, Syria. There are five million Syrian refugees now in the Middle East. The US has allowed only sixty Syrian refugees into this country this fiscal year, which ends next week is that this administration's idea of compassion. Chris this country has been the most generous nation in all of recorded civilization with respect to taking refugees from around the world and admitting people from outside of the United States it continues to be so under President Trump and will be during our administration. Let's talk about the refugees.

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"luoyang" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"luoyang" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Month I this is your weekly North Dakota game fish department outdoors report game and fish biologists estimate a fall, duck flight from. North Dakota that is up twelve percent from last year based on observations from the recent mid-july waterfall production survey this year's duck. Gruden dex, was up thirty seven percent from last year and. Average size. Was unchanged at jus- Under seven, ducklings per. Brood migratory game bird. Management supervisor Mike some Ascii said conditions were pretty dry after. The may breeding duck survey which indicated duck numbers and, wetlands were down but most of the state, receive abundant rainfall from late may through early July which was encouraging for, the summer survey July survey showed duck production in the northern tier of the state was very good and, semashki mentioned. Even areas. Farther south were still. Quite favorable melts Gadweil and blue, wing teal. Are the top three. Duck species. That nest in North Dakota and together they accounted for about seventy five percent of the birds observed in the summer survey Mallard numbers were up about twenty two percent from last year Gad. Walls Rupp about forty seven percent and blooming -til birds Rupp forty five percent Luoyang -til are typically the most, prevalent breeding duck. And North Dakota in addition Pinto brewed numbers were up one hundred and forty two percent observers also count water Areas, during the summer survey this year's water index was, up eleven. Percent from last year Mazzi said wetlands in the. North central we're still below average but, other areas were close to or, slightly above average the summer Duxford survey involves eighteen routes cover all sectors of the state except west and south of the river mouth just count and. Classify duck through and waters within two hundred twenty yards on each. Side of the road, that's this week's North Dakota game and fish department outdoors biologists.

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"luoyang" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"luoyang" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is freakonomics radio here's your host Stephen dubner all right. So let's see you shouldn't do kids but it is okay to boo in the. Name of Jesus those are some of the rules of booing at the. Apollo Ed Rendell the former governor of Pennsylvania he's, done a lot of thinking about the do's and. Don'ts. Of booing as well he wants wrote a newspaper column. With the headline rendell's rules for, Boeing, I, wonder if we could walk through them quickly you maybe give me an example of each one sure you write that good natured booing is always allowed. Explain I'd say good natured doing like. Say Buddha popular politician I remember once I got reelected as. Mayor with eighty one percent of the vote and the next night I went to. A seventy Sixers game they made the mistake of introducing me and I. Got booed but it was good natured I would. Say probably ninety percent of the people in the. In. The stands voted for me but that was good natured. All right so you right booing, politician, is, always acceptable Oh Fishing who, venture Now why? Why is that is because they're trying to grab. Somebody else's glory there any politician adventures out on the field deserve the bird because politics and sports don't, mix in fact sports is, in some ways the anti of politics because winning and losing decided on the field About how much money you raise or things like that And politicians should generally stay away, I wrote another column where I said the two things the politician fears the most are. Agent Jones, from the FBI is here to see you and Secondly we'd. Like you to throw out the first, ball? Me day you've had that experience a few times right you've thrown, out your sheriff first? Balls, and it doesn't go well does it never goes well I threw out the first ball at The opening? Of Harrisburg new stadium and I gave the, state through me gave half of. The money and I still. Got booed and the stadium was beautiful. So now what how can you possibly account for the fact that, you got booed it was in Harrisburg. Right where nine million dollars of, state money came. Their way helped by you, what's the excuse or what's the reason that the fans deserve in your mind even Bill you. There because generally politicians don't belong. On sports view and I only make an exceptional the, team absolutely begs me I go to a lot of games I'm probably the mayor and. Governor who's, been the biggest sports fan maybe in the history of the. Commonwealth I got a lot of games, but? I try I sit in the stands but I will not be, introduced the teams and? I, don't want to be on camera either Now that doesn't, seem fair does it Rendell gets. Booed at a stadium that. He helped fund but if you're a. Politician you gotta learn to live with the boom got to know, what to do with I'm Steve climate. And honor professor of sociology at, UCLA claiming once. Wrote a paper about bullying, and applause in political speeches he analyzed more than forty hours of material including some presidential days Is Iran talking to Iraq about peace you judge, on the record are the, Soviets coming out of Afghanistan how does it, look in a program he called phony. Or someone of these marvelous Boston adjectives up there about and Gola now we have a chance now several bus down is. Don't like it but the rest of the, country will understand now That. Was George Bush the elder in a Michael Dukakis debate in nineteen eighty eight we don't actually here, Dukakis there to talk to me about this one now yes I thought it was an excellent example. Of the, way a speaker can respond to, Luoyang response when it happens Bush had a. Comeback for the building that turned out to be quite effective so he's talking about. Foreign policy and in the course of his remarks in. An embedded indirect way he makes a derisive remark about Boston's and that gets people in the audience to, begin to boo he says several Boston's donations don't like it but the rest. Of the country will understand. This is a way method if you? Will for dealing with doing when it occurs and the method he's using is to marginalize the brewers that is to characterize..

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"luoyang" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"luoyang" Discussed on 790 KABC

"To be banned somewhere an all time back on facebook to hawaii officials are evacuating areas of the big island following a series of earthquakes and volcanic activity thousands of lives in danger enter damaging homes and infrastructure although seventeen hundred residents have been ordered to leave semler choosing to stay behind which is a grave mistake according to officials as volcanic activity shows little sign of slowing down the most obvious threat of volcanic activity is magma bursting through the earth's surface and lava flowing toward which residential neighborhoods on the lava moves very slowly it's kind of like the blob experts say that residents should remain alert and vigilant lava is so hot that it can ignite things before it tortures them residents who've chosen to ignore orders to evacuate or making a mistake according to other officials hawaii also been rattled by more than one thousand earthquakes in the past week while many were minor and causal dan damage a six point nine magnitude earthquake struck friday when we were on the air knocking out power to fourteen thousand residents we're going to have more on this later on today as we go live to hawaii but those images of the lava going across the street and just engulfing the cars dramatic the way the lava moves it moves very slowly but if you're in the line of fire and i thought what are the odds this car happens to be parked right there on the line of fire where's the owner i mean why right now the emergency offices are pleading with people people that aren't from the state and a lot of people like to sightsee and they go lookie luoyang and they go and there have been people that have gone up to the sides of volcanoes they're saying please don't do this because it's just bad all the way around and here's the other thing that no one's really talking about that the scientists are saying when you look at the mountain lava roll down the hillside and into roads and through cracks and crevices and fissures and the earth there it's letting off a gas and if you're close enough to it the gas when you breathe it in you feel like your chest is on fire they said it literally is a gas that goes inside your body and can do some damage to you so on top of you know possibly losing everything they're dealing with you could die you.

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"luoyang" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"luoyang" Discussed on WTMA

"A creek a critique of barack obama and his governing style or whatever is in no way a racist statements but it would be racist to say that barack obama's a bad person because he's a black guy right like they're hazard ari never i never i remember i care about obama or trump or whoever is the secret make no difference draw bunk at our hungry greedy individuals either way you look at their and feel uncomfortable like this is it means is this something in me is this sounds on on uh some consciously i'm racist i have no to some extent there is that sort of fish out of water situation i remember when i was uh i want a a a i guess a late teenager i went down to new orleans for a conference there and i was on a side of town which was a very affordable hotel motel and it was not particularly good uh area or not a nice luoyang area and i remember i got on the bus late at night to give go from the convention center to that side of town and the entire bus was filled with black people and i was the only white person on the bus and you know i was completely safe everything was totally fine but you know for a moment i thought to myself oh well you know i bet there are some other people who've been in this circumstance and felt a little awkward just oh yeah even though we're all human beings or whatever they're still that your the only person who looks like this in this place with other people who look slightly different that's all tap this is almost really talking about sort of a an even know what i can call it for fear of being called a racist almost like a reverse racism where someone's gonna call i know a beginning we're all going to be called racist is bullying dimes tonight i guarantee one this was interesting because i decided to do a quick google on you know do white people feel like they are being discriminated against this morning i don't know why you i i really i was a little bit i guess i i do still lately discriminated against it's almost like i'm i'm a bad guy automatically because i was born white i your date a.

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"luoyang" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"luoyang" Discussed on WLOB

"A cricketer critique of barack obama and his governing style or whatever is in no way a racist statements but it would be racist to say that barack obama's a bad person because he's a black guy right like they're hazard ari never i never i never i i didn't care less about obama or trump or whoever is the president because it makes no difference throw a bunch of our hungry greedy individuals either way you look at the new year and feel uncomfortable like this is it means is this something in me is this sounds maybe on on uh some consciously i'm racist i have no to some extent there is that sort of fish out of water situation i remember when i was uh a a against elite teenager i went down to new orleans for conference there and i was on a side of town which was a very affordable hotel motel and it was particularly good area or not a nice luoyang area and i remember i got on the bus late at night to give go from the convention center to that side of town and the entire bus was filled with black people and i was the only white person on the bus and you know i was completely safe everything was totally fine but you know for a moment i thought to myself oh well you know i bet there are some other people who've been in this circumstance an felt a little awkward just oh yeah even though we're all human beings or whatever they're still that your the only person who looks like this in this place with other people who look slightly different but it's all tap this is almost really talking about sort of a an even know what i can call it for fear of being called racist almost like a reverse racism worry someone's gonna call i know beginning god we're we're all going to be called rate your point guard tonight i guarantee one area this was interesting because i decided to do a quick google on you know do white people feel like they are being discriminated against this morning in tehran doctrinal lie you will i i really are we are a little bit yes i do feel slightly discriminated again it's almost like i'm i'm.

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"luoyang" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"luoyang" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"And the exploitation of women aged will gearing road task in a captain's hat and died a pack right at a decaying match were porn blair during his pathetic orgies let's make no mistake about this care is no such thing as a pathetic orgy if you have the opportunity to have a harem of ted women and are all coming after you you partake you will say well jeez this author of the new york times had an op ed saying that or if these are pathetic you say no i'm divyan head verged he says half was the grinning pimp of the sexual revolution now he does go on to say something which i really have a problem with and we're going to post this entire thing but basically he says that it's cd that it's of all these managed are staying had perpetual boy it now i've looked at this guy this guy look like this author looks like he couldn't get late and a whole house for money that's how pathetic this clown is so of course what does he do when he can't live a lifestyle of having a harem of being mr personality manabouttown like yours truly he has to go and be a hater and start attacking hugh hefner he says his appreciation of malefemale difference was rotten to the luoyang press dettori short of appreciation the cosby clinton trump's short the sort that nicknames quaylisms filed winners excuse me i think that was clinton and cosby nutjob and expect the girls to laugh this short that performs breast implants female into lack and the like and wrench the charms our youth to escape the realities of age now wait a minute this man slanders breast implants breast implants will go down in history as one of the most important medical discoveries of modern man how in the world can this guy attack breast implants yes this general performers eurovote patients dame's with storebought racs that defy gravity i will not allow hugh hefner and indirectly me being attacked by this new york times oped columnist who can't get women himself that can't get laid they couldn't even go to moonlight bunny range or the mustang wrench if i send my good buddy dennis off at the moonlight bunny range in nevada there's were called me back and say general even this guy throwing my girls millions i couldn't get this guy a woman none of.

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"luoyang" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"luoyang" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"We've always being good about reminding people of the standard that has to be upheld and when he knows that because he's cognisant of the cameras very imageconscious he tried to say the right things he tries to avoid offending anybody he does a lot of different things are very very positive levels for him to be oblivious to that when he responded to how the way he responded to her he was wrong but he has apologized and i think they have is very very sincere and i don't think he owes anybody anything after the apology that he may yep leicester i just know he gets a bad rap for a lot of things he goes towel over at larnaca games i see how he talked with teammate got the arrogant in the community so i just feel like because the cameras cam he gets it worse with tony romo got the same thing of all this happened a hammer another white quarterback in the league so that well listen i'll i'll tell you this if it were brady it would have been rough because brady not just because it's brady but also because of his affiliation with trump he got a killer he's got a good so we can't just say is black away right all right thanks a lot of the calmer cruciate thank you so much mike in denver talked me big baby how you doing i'm going to our american good to today i was want to comment on the mary tyler moore a rupiah was a good gary lewis miss saga acts warmth termed it a protocol during the game around like oh my gurbaj willie you know up there he was caught up in the moment you know clamming brady were you know you're you're better term role where murray so he showed up in the fourth quarter like your way through puerto vallarta some about their luoyang a mystery murder they found a way to wear mary when a player or what you think about it well listen i just think right now james was does not being you know he that this nick full was it only do the dishes show up last night james was the could've played a hell of a lot better and this stuff about being an oil tom brady they'd get over it.

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