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Samsungs Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G: All the details on the $2,000 foldable
"Just large galaxy. No twenty three weeks ago. Now it's time for the Godsey full to five Jeez chance to shine. That is a mouthful brought her Chang, and this is your daily charge. Joining me is he not reporter and Samson expert tooken extra me Machar, thanks for having me. So the gutsy full to five G. and that is a really really long name. I'm just GONNA. Keep that point. It got a minor tease at Samsung's event a few back but now it gets the spotlight to itself. So just before we get into all the specs in all the other details, let's let's get the important that other way how much does this thing cost? So in the US is going to cost two thousand dollars. So basically, it's twenty dollars more than last year's model. So it's a lot of money. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That does a huge amount of money. All right. Well, this is. This is a foldable and I get the full supposed to be expensive and it is Simpson's third foldable annexed assessor to last year's fold, which famously had allowed durability issues. So what's different about? Full to in what did Samsung do to make sure this phone holds up What we saw with the flip that they had this spring was that they really had addressed a lot of the issues that the first fold had. So they dealt with the problems with the hinge kind of the crease all of the things that people were complaining about they fix those We're GONNA see a lot of those improvements in the new Z. Fold to as well as. A few like updates from the flip earlier this year. So they've redesigned the hinge and it's the same as what we saw in the flip. So you can have it. You can rest the phone kind of you know at a eighty degree angle or whatever you know set it on your table. They also have these brushes inside the hinge. So in this, they had those earlier, but this is kind of the latest greatest version of those basically to kind of mixture, dust doesn't get in the device or you know whatever is in your purse when you wrote this in there. So they, they've done those sorts of things to address a lot of those issues that we saw last year got in in case God forbid something does happen phone are there any special warranty programs or anything they're doing to kind of make sure that folks peace of mind that spending two thousand dollars on something we're kind of seeing the same sort of offers that they had before were. They'll replace the off the. Screen like a one time replacement for around one fifty. So it's less than if you had to go replace the screen on your own. So that's the sort of thing to kind of try to make it. More. Realistic. Well, if the screen breaks I'm not going to have to pay two thousand dollars to get a new phone I can pay one fifty that replaced the screen and it'll be like new again. No let's about how this differs from the previous model obviously. There's a five gene, the name. So clearly will have five, the Axis. But how much five G. is we've talked about in previous episodes you there's different flavors of it. Right so how much access does this phone actually get on the five networks? On this phone basically is all of the five G. networks like this is a really or at least the major ones that we're using right now this is a very big advance over the folds in terms of a lot of things there's five G.. One of the biggest complaints about the first fold was the tiny screen on the front of the device. It wasn't really useful enough to actually use. The fold as a phone people were tending to just automatically have to open it and use kind of that bigger tablet size screen. So what they've got this time is a screen on the front that stretches across the entire front of the device and it just makes it look last year. It's more useful. So I think people will up using this more when it's closed, not just always having to open it. Yet with the five G., we have a five G. model at all last year for the fold in the US. So this time you know five jeep bigger screen. A lot of things that just make this more attractive and the other a features or bells and whistles that. Help this phone stand apart from his predecessor. Another big thing it's kind of that flex. Mod is what they call it. So that's what we saw I with the flip where you could set the device on the table and the screen will stay open in you know whatever degree you put it in. We're seeing that with this one as well. So they're saying, yeah, you can set it up for like shooting You know a video or whatever or you know or if you're watching something or whatever you can just basically has a built in that's the screen and the device itself So you know that's a big thing that I think people really like that was kind of a cool thing that came with the flip. So. That's one of the bigger changes that they kind of also made some good camera changes with this Basically, they addressed the biggest complaints that everyone had with last year's device and fix those in this one aside from the fact that it's still a two thousand dollar phone. You asked him we were on we talked about the the narrow sliver of customers who are willing to buy a thousand dollar note twenty now this is. A two thousand dollar phone I know it's foldable but. Questions about how useful that is who is Samsung actually targeting with this particular phone Samsung. Is actually targeting note owners with this phone. They found that the people who would traditionally gravitate towards the note lineup. Kind of those early adopters who want the latest greatest tech are willing to spend a lot of money to get a flashy device to get a bigger device and. They're finding that people who were buying the fold are a lot of people who have bought the note in the past or still do the notes It's the way they distinguish the flip and the full term. Each other is they see the flip is this sort of like. Cute. Phone that becomes smaller and put. You can put it in your pocket and it's more of kind of. Everyday lifestyle device and they see the folds as really kind of letting you transition from a phone to a tablet like get more done doing more with multitasking and access different APPS like Microsoft Office. You know things that you would do on a tablet but now you also have an inconvenience of the fact that is also your phone right and then you mentioned MC sophism I'm just curious in your. Demos with this device, how like whether they showed off how you use after how took advantage of this bigger screen? Well, they've kind of had this thing since the first generation of fold where it's called continuity where you could start an APP on the front and then open, it will open at work in the bigger screen and pick up where it left off the issue was there were not ten of APPs that took advantage of it I hope that we start to see more apps soon that work with it. kind of sense than. Samsung has been working more closely with Google and Microsoft and Youtube an office and things like that, and then there's that flex MoD. Also where APPs could you could maybe have you can take like a screen shot of something in an APP over here and then drag it to another APP on another part of your screen more with multitasking. So letting you have multiple APPs open at once is a big thing with the fold You know kind of more of that tablets sort of experience instead of just a phone experience. Give everything that's going on. We're still in the middle of pandemic a still dealing with the recession with millions unemployed. What do you think about Samsung unveiling a phone at this price point? It's kind of the same situation that we saw the note where people who? Would want to buy. This are probably people who were not hurt financially by what's going on right now because they're not traveling, they're not going out to dinners they're not going out to bars. Some people are probably saving money right now and they may see, hey, this is a lot flashier device from what was last year. It. Sampson's had a year to work out the kinks. Maybe this is worth investing in. The two thousand dollars is not unrealistic based on what is actually going into the device is just kind of a question of individual people have to decide if they're willing to pay two thousand dollars, but we have to remember this technology is still really early like foldable screens. This is basically just the second year first full year of seem devices with these. So it's not like these have. been around forever like like regular led displays Five G. is brand new. That is also expensive it adds cost to a device. So you know it's just kind of what you're willing to do but then you know as we've talked before, there's kind of factor of with foldable. You get these because you want people to see them. It's kind of how like iphones used to be like. The newest generations had to have some sort of little tweaks to make it. Make people know that you have the newest device, not that s off your device or whatever that you didn't buy like a two year old phone or year old bound. So it's the same sort of thing with this with you know when people are out using a foldable people, stop them ask what is that? Can I see what is and right now you really don't want anybody close enough to you to touch your phone or see it or or even be out that much to have people see it. So you know it's kind of the whole if you're in it just for the flash flashing aspect is probably not worth it but if you're in it because you want a device that transitions from phone to tablet. It would be attractive for people and thinks, lastly, I heard this phone grants some unusual perks what do you actually get with this phone? So it seems has this sort of VIP program for the folds and you get a membership with it. It's kind of unclear how this actually work works. They said there'll be some benefits like six months free of of this like premium fitness workout system like fifty dollars off like a hare service, six months of free of linked premium. Free Golf membership you know a Michelin Star meal that you can get delivered to your home It's it's a bunch of things where it's like. Okay like you know, I don't know how much people take these and the other thing is they said that these are going to be coming to people who bought the previous fold people who bought the flip. So it's not like you have to buy the new fold to take advantage of this if you really want access to whatever these things are under hoping to add more benefits We'll have to see same is actually done this for a long time with its phones. It'll have like when you buy the new galaxy whatever you get. Six months free of dropbox and you get premium bird blah blah. Blah. So it's not that unusual for them to have kind of bundled promotional partnership deals with their device but these are kind of bigger and more like real world things. You just have you know premium flip board on your phone. Clearly geared towards towards a different customer segment. Than just premium clipboard. People. Who have two thousand dollars to spend not exactly well, thanks for your time Shara. If you have any questions about the full to his up on twitter at the daily charge, you create coverage on the phone announcing dot com the charge. Roger. Chan next listening.
"machar" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Can't physically go on holiday on vacation. Taking a few minutes to make a mental vacation can offer a calming moment in your day. Did you realize that when you see beautiful things beautiful pictures, it actually does make you feel better. Of course, it's even better if you can step outside into a beautiful natural setting. You know, the parks are still open. And you know, my my daughter and her husband. I mean, they like to go out that they were in town this past week, and they went over to the Eastern Shore. And walked around in the park's over there. I mean, we got some beautiful parks around this. Here's where we do, and perhaps ago State Park. Patapsco State parks, a great park, and when you get to experience nature can have offer a mental exfoliation that clears away any psychological debris that we've accumulated over the course of a day or a few days. Another quick option is to listen to some soothing, uplifting music. Using a vinyl record a record player or a CD, Reese. Believe it or not, research has shown that when you use a tangible object, like a vinyl record or CD It leads to heighten emotional arousal, and I love vinyl. I mean, I really do. I think you get a much warmer, Ah sound out of a vinyl record. The vinyl, maybe best but whichever is available to you. The face Machar's can face massage can also be a quick way to self soothe massaging your face and forehead can help relieve tension to help you refocus and refer. You say that your buddy Ray Moon gives you a facial massage. Rehman is the face almost shot massage champion of limb, Bernie. So, yeah, and keeping your hands busy can also alleviate any anxious feelings. There's research showing that even folding paper what they called it. Origami can boost your concentration of mindfulness. You can actually go online to learn origami or other folding techniques, and they may serve as a quick, stressful release when you need it most. Think about a hobby and exercise a meaningful conversation. A nice, warm cup of tea, No expectation of productivity. Listen, Besides your help in the next, most important thing is how you manage your financial well..
"machar" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Democrat party establishment is scared to death of Bernie Sanders we know where we know it but now we're seeing it so somebody got to any club Machar's said look you're wasting your life you're throwing away money you don't have you don't have any delegates again two percent in the polls well but man term which to me sounded like my god what do you call it when you have diarrhea give a cold mountain is a lack of Imodium whatever it is it wasn't working said somebody got tourism okay you're you're you're you're done and and that she's going to get something she is she gonna fly to Dallas tonight plugs has a rally there she got a she got endorsed by can tonight in Dallas she gonna throw all of her zero delegates to Biden here's Mike what happened a guy in Chattanooga do you think that what is it we had a guy let me see if I can reconstruct because this guy was right Democrats here's here's what they're facing this is what they think they think with Bernie Sanders as a nominee not only does he lose in a landslide they think that the Democrat party loses down ballot like Obama do you know people have forgotten this and I'm going to be happy to remind Barack Obama oversaw one of the most massive Democrat party losses in two thousand twelve you can't believe this in two thousand ten two thousand ten and two thousand twelve the Democrat party lost over one thousand feet marks not just in the house and the Senate I'm talking about governorships and state offices like secretary state all the way down the local mayor it into the twenty ten that's because of all the spending on obamacare in the twenty to know bomber didn't lose because of race but the Democrats I mean you should have seen it after two thousand ten two thousand twelve James Carville was talking and then when trump won in two thousand sixteen that was that was the culmination to James Carville in two thousand sixteen was talking about the Democrat party hadn't had this little patch since the of the twentieth century yeah he was right electoral power the Democrat party hasn't had everything they win the house back in two thousand eighteen they are worried to death Bernie is going to lose everything on a bomber style and then some if they can take burning out they think they're going to be taking out Alexander that's a good thing and your heart all Marber should enjoy the rest of the squad they're going to keep the house it'll keep pelo see a speaker but for all of that to happen Bernie has got to lose again he cannot get the nomination because if he does they think they're finished the Democrat party establish we'll be back with you about joining rush twenty four seven if you become a member that's when you can watch the program on the digital camera that's when you can stream the program alive and access the podcast of each program stunning video commercial.
Buttigieg and Klobuchar Prepare to Endorse Biden in Dallas
"News Minnesota democratic senator Amy Klobuchar's former south bend mayor Pete Buttigieg as bitter rivals about the presidential primary race are both ended their campaigns and planned to endorse Joe Biden as part of a concerted effort by a lower performing candidates to close ranks behind the former V. P. and prevent Bernie Sanders from running away with the nomination commissars withdrawal comes a day before the super Tuesday contests and follows a former booted judges exit from the race on Sunday fox news has confirmed club sharp plans to endorse by in a Monday night in Texas well the fourteen states holding contests on super Tuesday the Associated Press had reported booted judge also plans to endorse by and at that same event on the clover shore campaign confirms the senator is flying to Dallas to join vice president Biden at his rally tonight where she will suspend her campaign and endorsed the vice presidents of Crawley way ball club a shark campaign press secretary of the exits of Buddha judging club Machar's signal the underlying concern party leaders have about the trajectory of the two thousand twenty race that unless those candidates representing the more moderate end of the spectrum close ranks behind the most viable choice Sanders a democratic socialist senator from Vermont could steam roll his way to become the party's standard bearer in November's election
Klobuchar Suspends Her Democratic Run For The Presidency
"US senator Amy Klobuchar has also dropped her bid for the democratic presidential nomination as Matt sepic of Minnesota public radio reports club Machar's also tossing her support to Biden despite a better than expected third place finish in the New Hampshire primary and a lead over Bernie Sanders in a recent Minnesota poll the senator struggled to gain traction elsewhere Klobuchar's expected to appear alongside Biden at a rally this evening in Dallas in an effort to shore up the former vice president support among moderate voters closure cancel the Twin Cities rally last night after black lives matter demonstrators took over the stage they've been calling on her to quit the race over doubts about the guilt of a black teenager sentenced to life in prison for murder case that began when closure was Hennepin county attorney for NPR news I'm Matt sepic in
"machar" Discussed on WRVA
"Establishment is scared to death Bernie Sanders we know it we know it but now we're seeing it so somebody got to any club Machar's said look you're wasting your life you're throwing away money you don't have you don't have any delegates are got two percent in the polls call but man term which to me sounded like a like a what do you call it when you have diarrhea commit called Manson is a lack of Imodium whatever it is it was a working set somebody got Terence okay you're you're you're you're done and and that she's going to get something she is she gonna fly to Dallas tonight plugs has a rally there she got a she got endorsed by can tonight in Dallas you gonna throw all of her zero delegates to Biden here's Mike what happened a guy in Chattanooga Gee the guy when he said we had a guy let me see if I can reconstruct because this guy was right Democrats here's here's what they're facing this is what they think they think with Bernie Sanders as a nominee not only does he lose in a landslide they think that the Democrat party loses down ballot like Obama do you know people have forgotten this and I'm going to be happy to remind Barack Obama oversaw one of the most massive Democrat party losses in two thousand twelve you can't believe this in two thousand ten two thousand ten and two thousand twelve the Democrat party lost over one thousand seats folks not just in my house and the Senate I'm talking about governorships and state offices like secretary state all the way down the local mayor it into the twenty ten that's because all the spending on obamacare in the twenty to know mama didn't lose because of race but the Democrats I mean you should have seen it after two thousand ten two thousand twelve James Carville was talking and then when trump won in two thousand sixteen that was that was the culmination to James Carville in two thousand sixteen was talking about the Democrat party hadn't had this little patch since the part of the twentieth century he was right electoral power in the Democrat party hasn't had everything they win the house back in two thousand eighteen they are worried to death Bernie is going to lose everything on an Obama style and then some if they can take burning out they think they're going to be taking out Alexander that's a good thing and your heart all Marber should enjoy the rest of the squad they're going to keep the house in keep pelo see a speaker but for all of that to happen Bernie has got to lose again he cannot get the nomination because if he does they think they're finished the Democratic Party establishment only back I'll expand making radio rate again you're listening to the at work eating working living pain free these are a few of the things many of us take for granted yet for many United States military veterans finding and affording oral health care is a challenge dental lifeline network is looking for dentists who can change this will you volunteer to help people like Richard a U. S. naval veteran who suffered severe PTSD after his service he was left homeless for a period of time in his oral.
"machar" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Democrat party establishment is scared to death of Bernie Sanders we know it we know it but now we're seeing it so somebody got to any club Machar's said look you're wasting your life you're throwing away money you don't have you don't have any delegates are got two percent in the polls well but man term which to me sounded like a like a what do you call it when you have diarrhea commit called Manson has a lack of Imodium whatever it is it was a work is that somebody got Terence okay you're you're you're you're done and and that she's going to get something she is she gonna fly to Dallas tonight plugs has a rally there she got a she got endorsed by can tonight in Dallas you gonna throw all of her zero delegates to Biden here's Mike what happened a guy in Chattanooga what do you think that what we said we had a guy let me see if I can reconstruct because this guy was right Democrats here's here's what they're facing this is what they think they think with Bernie Sanders as a nominee not only does he lose in a landslide they think that the Democrat party loses down ballot like Obama do you know people have forgotten this and I'm gonna be happy to remind of Barack Obama oversaw one of the most massive Democrat party losses in two thousand twelve you can't believe this in two thousand ten two thousand ten and two thousand twelve the Democrat party lost over one thousand seats folks not just in the house and the Senate I'm talking about governorships and state offices like secretary state all the way down the local mayor it into the twenty ten that's because of all the spending on obamacare and the twenty two no mama didn't lose because of race but the Democrats I mean you should have seen it after two thousand ten two thousand twelve James Carville was talking and then when trump won in two thousand sixteen that was that was the culmination to James Carville in two thousand sixteen was talking about the Democrat party hadn't had this little patch since of the twentieth century he was right electoral power the Democrat party hasn't had everything they win the house back in two thousand eighteen they are worried to death Bernie is going to lose everything on a bomber style and then some if they can take burning out they think they're going to be taking out Alexander that's a good thing and your heart all Marber shouldn't believe the rest of the squad they're going to keep the house it'll keep pelo see a speaker but for all of that to happen Bernie has docked to lose again he cannot get the nomination because if he does they thank they're finished the Democratic Party establishment only back I'll expand making radio rate again you're listening to the at work heating working living pain free these are a few of the things many of us take for granted yet for many United States military veterans finding and affording oral health care is a challenge dental lifeline network is looking for dentists who can change this we volunteer to help people like Richard a U. S. naval veteran who suffered severe PTSD after his service he was left homeless.
South Sudan's rivals form unity government meant to end war
"In south Sudan's rival leaders have formed a coalition government president Salva Kiir's sworn in former rebel leader Riek Machar as his first vice president a move that could in six years of civil
2020 presidential candidates push ahead to New Hampshire primary
"Hampshire the spotlight is on you the first votes are cast in the kick off to the presidential primary season a new Quinnipiac poll puts Bernie Sanders at the top of the race in New Hampshire and while mayor Pete booted judges support is rising the rest of the field is playing catch up A. B. C.'s Trevor alt is in Manchester some candidates fighting falling numbers senator Elizabeth Warren has been crisscrossing the state as his former vice president Joe Biden though he's trying to look past New Hampshire stick with me twenty four more hours I promise you we're gonna do just fine some of their momentum has shifted to Amy clover Charlotte Machar has been rising in the polls and speaking of the senator Alan from Anping tells our own Karen regal that he has found his candidate
US calls its ambassador to South Sudan back to Washington
"Washington has recalled its ambassador to South Saddam the state department said Thomas who check would return to the United States following south Saddam's failure to form a unity government merry hopper has more details secretary of state might compare tweeted the dumb **** who shot could being recalled to help America re evaluate his relationship with south Sudan the US which played a key role in the formation of south Sudan as an independent country is exasperated with the lack of political progress that presidents have a kia and former rebel leader Riek Machar twice missed deadlines to form a unity government and there's always the fear that they'll food back to fighting off to rule they let the two sides in the civil war the left hundreds of thousands
Gabbard won't seek reelection to Congress, focuses on presidential bid
"Tell C. Gabbard announces she will not seek reelection to Congress to go all in on her presidential campaign Gabbard is not yet qualified for the November debate in Georgia nine candidates will now take to the debate stage November twentieth after center Amy call Machar qualifies as she is still we still don't know the venue Ohio democratic congressman Tim Ryan abandons his long shot bid for president he will run to retain his seat
Klobuchar qualifies for November debate
"Minnesota senator any club Machar's become the ninth candidate to qualify for next month's democratic presidential debate it happened this morning with the release of a new Quinnipiac university poll that shows her garnering three percent of the vote she previously hit the threshold in two other polls proved but the Democratic National
Democratic debate: Fiery exchanges over costs of health care
"The Democrats running for president turning up the heat tonight this is the nine thirty report I Matt Rees breaking now debate night for the Democrats in Houston. democratic debate hosted by ABC news in Houston is had intense disagreement over health insurance reform between candidates like Joe Biden Amy claw Machar and others who favor expanding obamacare and offering a public option and those like Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren who want Medicare for all single payer might in talking about his plan verses single payer my plan for health care costs a lot of money it cost seven hundred twelve forty billion dollars it doesn't cost thirty trillion dollars three point four trillion a year turns out is twice with the entire federal budget is that's before it exists now without interest on the debt button and Holly on Castro you just seven minutes ago that they would have to. you said they would have to buy you. forgetting what you said about it for. just two minutes ago noticing of president Obama's so fortunate this democratic debate chucks Iverson
South Sudan peace hangs in the balance
"This is Connor Lennon from news, the Peacedale between government and opposition forces in south Sudan, hangs in the balance. But there is an overwhelming desire from people in the East African country for an end to the five year long conflict there. That's according to David Shearer, the special Representative of the UN secretary, general facade with Sudan, some four million people have been forced to flee their homes since fighting broke out between the government, led by Salva Kiir and opposition forces, loyal to the former vice president Reik, Michelle south, Sudan, one of the poorest countries in Africa only gained its independence, from its neighbor, Sudan, in twenty eleven speaking to you a news in New York mister sheriff said that it was up to the country's leaders to ensure the people's desire for peace is fulfilled. Daniel Dickinson, spoke to Mr. Shera and began by asking him for the latest on the revitalized peace deal, which was agreed late last. Year. The good news is that the ceasefire is holding the political violence levels have dropped with the exception of one part of the country in the equator is in the south, which means that on pass trans hundreds of hundreds of people are alive today that, that possibly wouldn't have been if, if the word contend on around about half a million people have moved back to their homes over the past few months since the signing of the peace deal the Peacedale itself is being negotiated in Juba between opposition groups are moving freely around Origene doing that. I have to say it slow it's not proceeding as, as quickly as we would like so what's holding things back. It's, it's frankly, a lot about the, the logistics the strategy of how we going for, particularly with the unification of forces different armies that need to be brought together the need to be. Downsized, and that's taking time. I do think that what we have seen as a increase in trust, and confidence. We've seen a lot of meetings at the grassroots level with opposition soldiers and government soldiers have come together and agree to work together. In fact, I would say that they grassroots is a head of the national leadership in the national elites who are negotiating nationally. There's a real palpable desire for peace in South Dakota. And how's it working at a national level? You have the president Salva care and you have his longtime rival Rickman, Machar presumably, they don't get on a toll. Well, they've been at war for several years. Yeah. Traditionally, they haven't they're probably been fighting to the more than are being together. But Sydney over the since the peace agreement by of shown a willingness to try and move things forward reaction showers currently in Khartoum, but his number two, and in his wife, who plays a Angelina tinny who plays a very big role in the in his movement are Ingeba negotiating around things. So what we would like to see in one of the key issues is to make sure that react, Mashad doctorate, Michelle and president Salva Kiir meet together. They can meet together regularly before November when the new government supposed to be formed it, we've got a much better chance of it being successful. If they don't then they kinda called start right from the. Very beginning coming together without having that sort of warm up conversations that they think they've disparate need to have, and why aren't they having those meetings? Certainly president cure is invited. Ram shouted come to Juba. There's obviously rent Michelle himself has some security concerns about coming back, but I think it's got to a point where it's becoming in some ways, one of the biggest obstacles in that these are the two main leaders, these are the two that hold the Sydney the power of the gun, if you like and they need to come together and and, and work out a lot of the outstanding issues. I believe that many of these issues can be resolved between the two people. That's that is taking weeks at a lower level of concern of discussion. You know, president Salva care where you see him on a pretty regular basis. Is he the sort of politician, the sort of leader who's going to make this work? I think he does. I believe it when he says he wants to make it work. I think he was profoundly affected when he went to meet the pipe and the pipe kiss. The feet of all of these leaders and said, you must work towards PC's. He's a Roman Catholic himself. So I think it had a big impact on them. And my feeling is that he wants to see peace. I mean he's he's, he's been the president then now for a number of years. And, and the lead person in south Sudan, his legacy should be about leaving south Sudan, peace with a stable future. I'm what can you tell me about Rickman? Michelle is he the sort of man who's, who's going to be able to make pieces, well, speaking till on a number of occasions, that Sydney the impression he's, he's, he's left me with he said that he wants to have peace in terms of, you know. Power dynamics. He's out of the country, not in the country. So he's in at a disadvantage, but it's really about both sides need to accommodate each of the sides need to understand that if they're going to move forward, that's going to have to be some compromise. They're going to have to step back from some of the sort of long held positions, and that they're able to work together and understand that self sit on can never be at peace, while these two men are not able to talk to each other. So they, they need to be able to work together inside a government and be accountable to the citizens, which up to now hasn't happened. And to what extent does the Peacedale rely on the past Nalitzis of these two main protagonists, a great deal, not completely, but certainly, a great deal? The way that the peace agreement has been designed as the president Keer will remain as president, and doctorate, Michelle will become the fist, vice president. So you'll be working. Closely together, if they are able to work together, collectively within one government and work affectively their decision making will be they'll be accountable for the decision making right across south Sudan to the citizens right now, we have is the opposition outside the government and the government, effectively still taking decisions. And it's I don't think that's a an ideal situation. I think people want to see them to come together and work together. And what role is the UN playing in this process from the bottom to the top basically, obviously, we have a big role in Tim's of protection of civilians L peacekeeping troops are patrolling, all across the country and trying to at least create the, the, the stability, and certainly some of the stability that enable have has enabled people to come back home. But on the peace process at the grassroots level has been a, a read about one hundred thirteen different reproche months different meetings that have happened where position and government of come together the mitt. Together have agreed to how they're going to work together, and we've facilitated at least a quarter of those, you know, I was in, in Marie de recently, where the opposition came in for the government governors came together with several hundred people sitting around par partaking in this in these peace discussions. And you've have you have people sitting there who were at war together just a few months ago talking about how they built pace at the grassroots level. That's very important that work that we do. And then at the national level, we've providing all sorts of expertise in both the security sector in the issue of how many states this should be rod across the board in terms of providing the, the support, that's needed in order for the for the peace process to go ahead, not, not for not stumble because of the lack of expertise. I know you're not mystic man. What, what's your gut feeling about how this is going to be all resolved? I think it. Hangs in the balance. I'm really encouraged by the, the degrade to which when I meet with ordinary people when I go out into various parts and locations around south sedan hell strongly desire for pieces. And that's what encourages me more than anything. I think it's really up to the leadership to make sure that, that desires fulfiled. So I think it's in some ways it, hang it hangs in the balanced. But we are possibly seeing the best chance for peace that south sedans had in a number of years. And it's just a matter of making sure that we keep them in maintain going. We keep these groups talking to each other. And we slowly surely, consolidate each step to make sure that we don't slide backwards. So yeah, I'm an optimistic guy, I'd like to see. And I think south sedan deserves it deserves piece spin longtime where they haven't had.
Pope kisses feet of South Sudan's leaders to encourage peace
"And after a meeting at the Vatican with the two leaders of the warring factions in south Sudan's, devastating civil war. But Francis urged president Salva Kiir and rebel leader. Ray Machar to keep the peace then the pope lowered himself before each man and kissed their feet. The dramatic gesture left. The Sudanese leaders looking surprise it came at the end of intense talks and prayers with the two men who are tasked with forming a unified government next month, but who many fear will
"machar" Discussed on 600 WREC
"They're going to tell you what your great diet is to be free house free money. What are they going to ban? Meet too. His cows and their gas emissions. So disaster. All right. Let me move on. We got an update out of the Commonwealth of Virginia. You know, what's amazing about this is I want to just play just the presidential hopefuls? And maybe me, quote Machar was having trouble now already or or Kamala Harris Cory Booker did criticize the Lieutenant. The the Lieutenant governor in Virginia over this serious charge of sexual assault. Let's listen to what they said during the Cavanaugh hearings since we call this press conference other relegate allegations have come forward we joined I joined Lear. Colleague Kevin had to withdraw his name from consideration Virginians woke up here. Their issues that they have their a sad because some very talented leaders there. But. Have to have the confidence of the electorate and have the confidence of the legislature that they have to work with at least that up to them. I have enough to do here. I don't want to talk about of Cortez. I'm enough to do here. I don't wanna talk about what's happening in Virginia. Either. By the way to think of this healthcare for all thing and eliminate all all private insurance. And then this simultaneous push for infanticide by six states won't stop it in the US Senate Democrats, stop the from protecting a child that's born good grief. Does that is that one of the cost effective ideas that they come up with who knows how could anyone support that? Anyway, let's get to the democrat presidential hopefuls. As it relates to Cavanaugh. I'll let jaycee on who was running to board pick the best cuts Feinstein, Schumer Lahey. Listen, it she came forward publicly despite knowing she would face harsh public scrutiny threats relentless invasions of privacy that her life would be forever altered. We've heard a lot about the effect on church cavenaugh, which is real and not exaggerated. But the effect on her as well, and what she had to submit to by coming forward and making that courageous testimony. You don't know. And I don't know what they.
Declaring civil war over, South Sudan president says he's sorry
"President Salva Kiir has apologized to the people of south Sudan for the civil war, which he described as a naked power struggle and a complete betrayal of the population. He was speaking in front of thousands of people at a peace ceremony to celebrate a deal signed last month's to end five years of fighting the rebel leader at react Machar returned from exile for the event in the capital Juba under a peace agreement teach due to become on a south Sudan's vice
"machar" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Could be in it three The. Young man is running away if I run away from you can. Be a threat. To you I don't care I have a hand grenade. In my pocket run away I can't be a threat to you You, shut down like an, animal, the Tennessee bureau of investigation says Hamburg. Got out of a car. With a firearm and ran away and, that a, gun, was recovered. At the. Scene the National Interagency Fire center. Says there are one hundred seven large fires burning in the United. States Alaska has. Sixteen of them some other affected states include Washington state. Idaho Oregon Colorado and California it's NPR There's been a strong aftershock, and Indonesia it follows Sunday's, deadly earthquake on the island of Lombok that's, killed at least two hundred fifty nine people scores. Of buildings have collapsed roads and bridges have crumbled rescuers are searching for more survivors the government of south Sudan has offered the country's top rebel leader amnesty NPR's Ava Peralta reports this comes after the warring, parties in south Sudan signed, a peace deal in the decree read out on state media president ordered amnesty for Reik Machar in quote other strange groups. Who waged war against the government the two. Men met in Khartoum this week. In signed an agreement aimed at, bringing an end to a brutal civil war under the terms of, the deal Machar would go from rebel leader to. Vice president but critics including the, US say the two, men, are not serious about peace and that. The agreement does not address. The core issues of the conflict the, last time, these, two men. Made peace Michelle was welcomed back to Juba just, months later he was driven out at, gunpoint sparking the latest chapter of, the civil war NPR news Nairobi lawmakers, in Argentina's Senate have voted down legislation that would. Legalize elective abortion in the first fourteen weeks of pregnancy the lower house had passed the measure and Argentina's president had said he would sign the Bill the Senate vote was thirty eight opposed and thirty one, in favour supporters of abortion, rights and opponents had come onto the streets and heavy rain outside the congress building in Buenos iris they watched the debate. On large screens I'm korva Coleman NPR news Support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include log me in makers of, Goto meeting a collaborative meeting platform with over eighteen million monthly users designed to connect people from anywhere, in the world on any device learn. More at GoToMeeting. Dot com.
South Sudan's president grants amnesty to Machar, all rebels
"The. Young man is running away if I run away from you can. Be a threat. To you I don't care I have a hand grenade. In my pocket run away I can't be a threat to you You, shut down like an, animal, the Tennessee bureau of investigation says Hamburg. Got out of a car. With a firearm and ran away and, that a, gun, was recovered. At the. Scene the National Interagency Fire center. Says there are one hundred seven large fires burning in the United. States Alaska has. Sixteen of them some other affected states include Washington state. Idaho Oregon Colorado and California it's NPR There's been a strong aftershock, and Indonesia it follows Sunday's, deadly earthquake on the island of Lombok that's, killed at least two hundred fifty nine people scores. Of buildings have
Apple, US and Twitter discussed on
"Admitted his, son made a Russian lawyer in June two thousand sixteen to, get information, on an opponent that the US president argues it was legal special counsel Robert Muller's investigating US intelligence findings that, Russia conspired to sway the election and Trump's favor President Trump denies any collusion Rival forces in self Saddam have signed the final power-sharing pay steel it's. Aimed at ending civil war that's killed tens of thousands of people and displaced millions rebel leader rake Machar's said to return to a unity, government as, the first of five vice presidents an action movie star Steven Seagal has been appointed a spatial Russian envoy for ties to the US Moscow says his role in the. Unpaid position will be. To facilitate relations. Between, the, two countries in coach at the arts and youth exchanges global news, twenty four hours a day, on the talk, on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and. Analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries on Ben Clarke this is Bloomberg Markus thanks very much indeed Ben it's time now, for our weekly futures in focus segment this week we're honing in on tech Apple's market cap hitting a trillion dollars last. Week of I, for US, company we've also seen mixed reactions to earnings out of big American tech with shares in. Facebook and net flicks slumping Does it all signal that we've reached peak tech or other more gains to be clenched more this Williams. Lucy co-founder of amplified trading joins us in our London studio very good morning. To you William so let's kick it off with with apple and and the trillion dollar market cap what does it tell you from futures, perspective I, think it's an excellent benchmark to have been reached of course very excited of course it's a behavioral number it's quite arbitrary and what it actually means but I think. Rather than the apple. Results self I. Think, what, it tells me is it's comparison between what's happened with Facebook and, the Twitter over the last, couple of weeks, is now a divergence between different types of tech whereas for. The last few years we've seen if you like the conformity in the fangs and everything moving in one direction Investors. Have been able to in in, a sense follow the herd and have fun tastic returns mean the growth rates happen phenomenal But over the last couple of weeks it's just been interesting looking at a divergence between, those. More social media based companies are a reflection of the regulation that's, now impounding their growth numbers and the LX of Poland Amazon so I think it tells us that the. Value is still there but it's not necessarily going to be as smooth ride as we've. Been used to in two thousand eighteen and it's definitely a case of more, selection rather than following the, fangs is a home it's definitely a po- potent point you make. The champagne must have been sweet but if history's any guide there may be a hangover to come for those shareholders in apple, if you look, at the past, and what IBM and, Microsoft that PetroChina were able. To achieve in terms of. Market cap, milestone the all slumped in the year following following the breakthroughs but perhaps more, wider behavioral no apple in focus is I mean it's a bit of a Hurt mentality here I mean. Apple's really. Part of pretty much everybody's portfolio out there what with what extended what, are you seeing in the numbers but, I think the HUD mentality element is interesting just in terms of the numbers the fundamentals are there you know in terms of actual cash even though the sales of their new, I. Find ten was just one percent the price difference really does make, a huge differential and I think the numbers fundamentally even bottom up you can argue these type of valuations. But for me I I am huge believer of this is another one of those patterns. Repeat themselves I don't think there's warning signs over apple just because it's passed, this trillion dollar Mark more, I think what might happen is now there's some reality coming in. To hang on a minute let's let's look sensibly at future growth in one thousand nine thousand nine because what we've seen so, far we haven't, really seen the, impact of the higher, interest rates not really we. Haven't seen the impact at. All a, market valuations in terms of What could happen in terms of trade wars not not really OJ politics I think very soon these twenty eight thousand numbers are. Going to. Be over everybody's happy you know suddenly with apple the champagne corks popping But two things if now other technology stocks, are starting to be more volatile but also if some of these headwinds do start to. Play when there's a tight. Monetary policy environment I, actually think apple through perhaps no fault of their own. A company. Specifically but, they could start, to be dragged into More volatility as a result of what's happening to the social media firms will we don't have a lot of time. Left but how do you trade, that, I mean do you look at. Things like p futures then and NASDAQ futures, absolutely so NASDAQ futures will be key because the best way to treat this will be to do what's. Called alpha, capture whereby you can have exposure to long exposure to. Those companies perhaps not involved in social media Saudi Amazon's and? The apples out there if you think this trend is. Gonna continue then you won't have long exposure to those. And you. Can hedge, that with. Short, NASDAQ futures as whole so really you're. Just trying to capture, the divergence from those companies do you think will outperform. Compared. To the index, as well it was good to speak to you this morning Williams Lucy co-founder. Of amplify trading joining us from our studios thank you all right coming up next we'll be talking, about soft.
"machar" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"People also have difficult relationships with Salva Kiir on react Machar though. She research it with the United States institute of peace. The Venezuelan government says six people have been arrested for involvement in an apparent assassination attempt against President, Nicolas Maduro on Saturday. The interior minister Nestor revels said the six were part of a group that loaded to drones with explosives and then set them off above the presidential stand uring military parade in Caracas Mr.. Maduro blames the Colombian president. Women will Santos and Venezuela's opposition. The Colombian Foreign ministry dismissed the accusations as absurd. Venezuela's defense minister that Amir Pedro Lopez spoke on national TV to declare his unconditional loyalty to president Madurai. We are determined determined to defend our home with our constitution, our democracy, our institutions, no government that tries to establish itself through non democratic means we'll have the support of the Bolivarian national armed forces. John Dawson spoke to Carlos Camacho who's a correspondent in Caracas for the Latin American Herald Tribune. What does he think of the president, blaming Columbia and others for what happened? He always blames the same people and yesterday was not exception. Actually the attack happened five, four one, seven o'clock. They propaganda minister had religious took to the airwaves information information minister. Yeah. Yes. Just sorry. The information minister Hurley's said, this was the opposition little more than an hour to blame the the. The opposition for this. What was worrisome about this is that every time they Gorman accuses the opposition of us. Imbalance they went in terms uses balance, IS the opposition. Well, who do you think did it on? Oh, I have to take the government's version even if I do grain of salt because they offer no proof. There was no food dish of the soccer so-called drowns. So you are saying it might have been staged. Does what people here are saying? It looked like the person was in northern your, you know, from what I saw on television, they look pretty scared though. Didn't they? They did Lindley expecting it. It didn't look like two drums where exploding in front and back of them, which is mother, said thread, three hour subsidy events. Do you expect there will be some sort of crackdown now? Yes, no doubt calls can we chose the correspondent in Caracas for the Latin American Herald Tribune police in Switzerland, say all twenty passengers and crew on board of vintage military plane were killed. When it crashed on Saturday, the aircraft a Yonker fifty two built in nineteen thirty nine. Have crashed into a mountain in the Swiss Alps..
To keep women out, Tokyo Medical University manipulated entrance exam
"Japan's biggest daily newspaper says it's on covered evidence at one of the country's oldest medical schools has been systematically lowering the exam scores of female applicants nortre to restrict the number of women students, shooting two the Yomiuri Shimbun story starting in two thousand eleven officials at the Tokyo Medical University began cutting the test schools have female applicants so that the maximum number of women students at the school would not exceed. Thirty percent the paper quotes sources saying the university's administration felt that many female graduates did not go on to. Practice medicine and those the deed often quit after getting married and starting. A family the school made the move off to the number of successful female applicants suddenly jumped from around twenty percent to. Forty percent BBC's Rupert Wingfield Hayes reporting from Tokyo news ended alyssa's townhall dot com The Bank of England has raised its main interest, right for just a second time since the two thousand eight financial crisis the bank's monetary policy committee, has voted, to increase the rate by a quarter-point to zero point, seven, five percent despite growing concern about the lack of progress in Brexit talks economic figures have been mixed of late Machar's market is in good health with unemployment at its lowest. Rate since the nineteen seventies. And inflation is above the two percent target but growth has been weeks so far this year is people are not spending much in companies are worried about Brexit Britain in the EU have hardened. In their negotiating positions and businesses are preparing for the prospect, of Britain, leaving, the block, without a deal on a new trade relationship Jeremy house reporting online video show a writing and taking to the. Streets protesting the dramatic drop, of the country's currency and other economic problems video show dozens. Of demonstrators setting fire to beliefs vehicles and. Shouting death to the, dictator more of these stories at townhall dot com Happy fifty fifth anniversary.
"machar" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM
"Federal society and we're likely to have this antiabortion woman from notre dame as the next supreme court justice and ruth bader ginsburg has to retire then that'll be seventy two is going to be six to three which is pretty bad so the question going back to what you mentioned about lbj if you go back to the seventies the democrats had enormous machar in both the house and senate and of course lbj was the president with north majority he was elected with you had real liberals on the supreme court you had william o douglas in thurgood marshall and others so the question would be what happened to the liberals they had all the power in the seventies and then starting with the end of qatar through reagan and up to the present they've just sort of lost hot and i don't understand why yes that's what i try to i try to explain that in in listen liberal and it's you know you know so i'm i criticize the right a lot and i've written a lot about the republican party but what's happened to the democrats is is is just as interesting because this party from the nineteen thirties up to the nineteen nineties had that majority that you just mentioned from the thirties to the nineteen ninety s let me repeat that it's you know with few brief interruptions they had the house of representatives for sixty years and they had it because they were the party of the people and everyone knew it they were identified with working people very closely and that's working you know they serve the interests of working people and they have lost that brand identity you know that's that's not who they are anymore and they are upfront about that they'll tell you that's not who they are anymore and this began in the nineteen seventies and really took hold when bill clinton was president and remember he came in and one of the very first things he did was getting after pass nafta was a republican proposal that was explicitly designed to disempower workers in this country just strip away workers bargaining power by making it possible for management to move factories overseas i it was a republican treaty bill clinton a democrat got it done and they've basically never looked back since then and if you you know you look at at who they nominate for the presidency and and and the the kind of policies and the kind of industries that they favor they really are a party that cares very deeply about white collar professionals affluent people with advanced degrees and carries very little about working class people anymore and this has been a recipe for disaster for longterm electoral disaster and you know every couple of years someone will bring this to their attention and every couple of years they'll brush it off and say well there's nothing that can be done and this is what the way we have to go and this is the only the only path that is think about that as possible and that is doable and on they will go on they will sail right onto oblivion well that period we're talking about here i'm gonna i'm gonna get to something a little wheelchair you up help the minute but i wanted to just touch on on that timeframe that you're talking about what the democrats dominated particularly the house of representatives because they were the party of the people arguably we had social democracy in the united states or at least a version of it from nineteen forty four nine hundred seventy seven and to my mind that is also being the casualty along with the democratic party the idea that everybody else in social democracy say it's a very simple transaction you vote in stewards of your tax money that provide you with good government services and if they fail you vote them out that's the focus not abortion and all these other issues that have come to dominate the american political discourse and obviously the coke brothers and and those of that ilk have been successful in demonizing government itself and now we of course at the tender mercies of the billionaires as you written about so that is the evolution over those that period time is to get rid of a sense that the government can help you and sabotage government programs as quickly as they can and that's what they've been doing the republicans so this may people i've ever heard who would agree with me one of my one of my tom frank talking points is.
Thirty Three Billion Dollars, Three Years and Five Years discussed on BBC World Service
"Underway whole families being floated to safety abyss left stranded and forced to wait on roofs for rescue most of the damage is a few hundred miles west of tokyo in japan's hiroshima prefecture hit by high winds rising river levels what japan's meteorological agency has cooled unprecedented rainfall the us secretary of state mike pompeo stressed that there will be no let up in sanctions on north korea until got rid of its nuclear weapons mr pompeo was speaking in tokyo after talks with his japanese and south korean counterparts the economic sanctions and the continued enforcement the world will see continued enforcement actions by the united states in the days and weeks ahead and i'm counting on those other countries that are with me here today another's around the world to continue to enforce the sanctions and while the enforcement of sanctions will continue until denuclearization is complete mr pompeo said he was encouraged by the progress made during his recent to d visit to north korea officials in pyongyang had reaffirmed their commitment to denuclearization he dismissed a north korean statement that the stance taken by us negotiators was gangster like and not constructive you're listening to the latest world news from the bbc the president of nicaragua daniel ortega is again ruled out early elections as demanded by opposition protesters who want him to resign mr arteaga told a rally of his supporters the rules set by the constitution would not be allowed to be changed by what he called a group of plotters sudan has taken a further step towards ending almost five years of civil war was the announcement of a power sharing agreement president salva q will reinstate the rebel leader react machar's is first vicepresident final details of yet to be agreed and further talks brokered by regional powers are to be held in the coming days mr key or sacked mr machar in twenty thirteen accusing him of planning a coup tens of thousands of people have died in the ensuing conflict the general synod of the church of england is due to vote later today on a proposal to disinvest from any company that's not aligned its business plan with targets set out in the paris climate agreement the churches an investment for folio thirty three billion dollars martin bashir reports the motion is supported by the former archbishop of canterbury lord williams who says this is an opportunity to encourage society to take control of an issue which threatens to overwhelm us but it is strongly opposed by the church commissioners the body responsible for investment strategy and the bishop of manchester david walker who said it was better for the church to use its influence as a shareholder of major fuel companies like exxon mobil rather than disinvesting the vatican's first order to general lebed maloney says criminal charges against them of being withdrawn mr maloney was appointed by pope francis three years ago to investigate vatican finances he resigned following a church police read on his offices bbc news.
Spider-Man co-creator Steve Ditko dead at 90
"Of a new drug triggered an immune response in healthy adults and was shown to be safe the scientists described the results as an important milestone but urged caution world news and the bbc disaster management officials in japan see that sixteen people have been killed and forty others injured and flooding and landslides following torrential rains more than fifty people are missing and five hundred homes have been damaged one and a half million people have been ordered to evacuate their homes in western and central areas of the country president yoweri museveni of uganda whose talks today on a possible powersharing deal between south sudan's government and rebels the leaders of the two sides present salva kiir and his rival react machar are expected to travel to kampala the latest talks are part of a regional effort to bolster a permanent ceasefire signs are small following nearly five years of civil war in south sudan the american comic book carta steve citco the co creator of spiderman has died at the age of ninety police in new york of confirmed that his body was discovered in his manhattan apartment or we could go here's chris buckler the editor in chief of marvel comics stan lee came up with the idea of a team superhero with powers of a spider but it was steve debt go who brought the idea to life he created spiderman's distinctive balloon red costume and the web shooters he warned his wrists and it wasn't the only collaboration they also worked together to create a variety of iconic villains including the green goblin and doctor octopus unlike stanley steve debt go always shunned the spotlight but his artwork particularly from the nineteen sixties and seventies is still regarded as incredibly influential the last two places in the semi finals of the football world cup will be decided today sweden england the first match and the hosts russia fees krisha and the these other game the competition is certain to be won by european team belgium favorites brazil bbc news welcome back at six six gmt to weekend from the bbc world service i'm paul henley coming up later in the program a story about refugees from lebanon's shatila refugee camp we force ourselves to live here we're stuck inside this maze above our heads the electric cables tangled with themselves beneath our feet.
Eric, South Sudan and Hungary discussed on BBC World Service
"From the streets of estan bull turkey's largest city here ahead of sunday's snap elections they've been called by the country's veteran president rigid type heard on but with the economy creaking the to say this vote is no done deal so what's really at stake find out with me at butler after the news bbc news but jerry smith there's been widespread criticism of the united states decision to withdraw from the united nations human rights council washington says the body is biased but the un human rights chief said now was not the time for the us to be stepping back the european union said the us was undermining its role as a champion of democracy hungary is expected to pass new laws today which the government says will protect the country from a legal immigration and prevent migrants being relocated from other eu countries critics say the legislation will demonize asylum seekers and criminalize human rights groups south sudan's rebel leader and it's president to meet in ethiopia for talks their first in two years rivalry between the two men react machar and salva care led to the civil war that has devastated the country since two thousand thirteen eric says it will send a delegation to ethiopia following peace overtures from the new government in have about a border wall which broke out in the late ninety s claimed tens of thousands of lives the coalition fighting for the internationally recognized government in yemen says is now in full control of data airport it's a week now since the start of an all out offensive to clear the key red sea port city of hutu rebels who've controlled it for several years the authorities in indonesia say they now believe at least one hundred and eight hundred people are missing after a ferry sank in a lake in sumatra only eighteen survivors have been found china has opened a new research lab devoted to the preservation of giant pandas and other threatened species including the golden snub nosed monkey and the snow leopard the research base is located inside china's newly established giant panda national park twenty seven thousand square kilometer area stretching across south western china bbc news.
"machar" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"There's two questions here first off the government can ask whatever questions they really want sure they the government can sit there and say we're going to do a survey of neighborhoods and we're going to ask all of these questions and you're not going to go to jail if you don't answer them no but we're going to taxes right but we're going to we're going to ask them all right so that's one thing and and so the if i'm a supreme court judge i would i say well is there's two questions here well the census can ask whatever questions they want are you going to jail if you don't answer has has asked just you know hasn't specified if you are legal or illegal you know they they have in the past up till nineteen and then in the recent there's been a debate nineteen fifty somebody said two thousand ten whatever when that's well whatever it is doesn't matter but the fact is they did ask with your citizen than they did not so apparently the government can ask whatever questions they want whoever controls the administration at the time that controls the the the census count so now you're coming in and they're saying well no you can't ask this question or machar's gonna say well they can ask what of course they want that's the first part of it the second part of it is based on the questions that you ask and the answers that you get since the census is used to determine congressional districts and how many congressional districts you have and also then therefore electoral votes if you're going to use it to judge that can a lawsuit we'd brought to say only those the designate that there are citizen can legally de counted in that district to question there's actually two things here because the government can ask whatever they want they send people out in say are are are are you a dallas cowboys fan i know that what you said would be out expect to find out who has major depression.
"machar" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Experience because it's solidified sometimes when you go through versity and you if you do get another chance you know you feeling zayed's like i maybe i gotta skip steps because i gotta have it happened faster because of the business in the expectation in going with coach machar's we just from the very beginning he's like let's do it with great kids kids at one let's teach them develop the attention to detail of teaching and sitting in a boardroom in watching his mind work on game planning on how we're gonna stop teams was i i mean i just it was just a different experience and when i got the job at loyola it was another grassroots rebuild and he just kept on calling me that for chimps like do it the right way do with winning kids and it just solidified you know there's a right way to do it don't skip steps don't don't fall into the trap of everybody wants it now build build a program not a team and that's what we've done a little and g got a great machar story for me one that my god i got it hold journal of do you make the order your me your favor oh man i i mean inner food radio i know but you know eating within such a pleasant i mean really what it was the hardest part of the job you know everyone said gonna go work for coach gerald he's going to grind you to the bone coach isn't gonna grind the bone i mean i just working the hard part is he wanted to go to dinner every night and it was it wasn't just dinner it was an event dinner was a three hour of and i love those things i mean he needed grease spoons you know we i remember going on recruiting with them three hours away we had two different stuff to covers you know like an hour east dry.
"machar" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"To them machar comeback this the last offer who knew that go into the browns locker room and go to the browns could be considered playing hardball was you know will you know fill savage was there fill serves as guy who mean discover me like i said the ravens were the only team to to to work me out in and all that stuff to the process so he knew we will you know they've essentially were there because they found me your this be everybody they found me kinda got got a promotion feel became a jiem instead of hair cows recruiting and tj mcrae who was a areas scout became the head of cows scouting for the cleveland browns any the other issue was breaker mayfield he's got me field is his top guy and this is my point everybody's got their different top guy there there's usually at least two guys that separate themselves from everybody else we saw with golf at wentz we've we've seen it with manning is a leaf even a leave turned out to be a disaster you know there is not a consensus on one guy which means these flaws on these players are not small flaws their big flaws he threw threw threw a therapy and you couples counseling you take him ian again on the couch right now on what's going on around this through mirrors calls and i learned that sometimes re project and i think that fis knew was projecting now believe that he loves mayfield because he reminds them of his cell kind of fool of itself cocky joe he'll six feet joe so i think that he's looking to adam through dourthe beard goggle eyes to me china's allen has the greatest of an animal care here now part i don't learn parnes in wyoming first of all who was he thorne to in what type of weather conditions was he thought to was he call two eight listen why only games did the weather that we're having today so not as concerned with that what i seen a skilled can on for an arm the.
"machar" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"I'm sitting on a card to the matter in the tv count born to uh surrounded by uh fluid but i'm not sure i should well don't drink the water i think the foods okay yeah yeah you're caller we have be a wgc mexico championship there and you got a pretty good lineup uh no dustin johnson's down there who else's plant um the us from that maybe that well well our shed lorry in jordan shea added to jordan and get your edges to ransom uh can change anna's moving at their stress so so how how was so south korea much colder than machar games drink it was cold cold 35 below it turned go changing all the change all the ringtone stand by the coast it was joe banned yeah uh but you'll see we're still slow he comparisons so i mean look ex let's cold a charity lives are coming up you've got to rickie fowler and jack nicklaus says the show debuts in new multi guest format in 2018 who else is going to be who's on your wish list here if we're sitting down talk in golf who's the one guy having gotten yet oh okay god first name drain yesterday mark dekker the show it was near and uh your and keeps you know she talked to raise which was europe because they're recall uh justin vaughan justin leonard and tom lehman richer and we'll show glad you and the wish list.
"machar" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Are you with us or against us i knew a lot of the people involved in they knew me and so it made it easier to persuade them to go in a little more depth about exactly what had happened that episode between wendy chamberlin and machar if is particularly interesting example of a story at least in my opinion where we thought we knew what had gone down in the fall of two thousand one but in fact when you read the rich language and the details of what they said and didn't say to one another you can see there was so many more warning signs on the pakistani side will about where this was going well i bring up that particular conversation minutes an intense kind of passage in your book a because it's suggest to a lot of people including ambassador chamberlain and president bush at the time and i even recall a snarky eyebrow from jon stewart on the daily show and pervez machar was on the show uh that musharraf was not sincere when he said were with you that he was almost if you read between the lines crossing his fingers when it said that is do you think is is that where everything went off the rails right at the start while it was the beginning of a long term misreading of pakistani attitudes and intentions and it was there to see if you were really trying not to gloss over the the reality of resistance that was articulated by machar a fan the head of isi among mode ahmed at that time who would who made it clear that he was opposed to the war that he was now supposed to help win and so yeah these gaps were there from the beginning i think you know machar of proved to be adapt at managing the bush white house and cooperating enough to persuade them through his actions that he really was a partner but those early conversations make clear where his underlying head was at an end that reflected not only his own view of what pakistan's interests were but also those of the generals who around him who he depended on to stay in power did you ever figure out like how active the ias i actually is in the workings of the taliban like.
"machar" Discussed on The Virtual Couch
"Leslie clicking in my path back recovery program um i think zombies were hot at the time so i you know talk a lot about just kind of this zombielike state where men are just clicking and clicking and clicking and clicking and they can spend literally hours just just mindlessly zombie like per going through pornographic images videos whatever um and it's in they've wondered why you know at that point i say that are sexually the other sex rallies warped and emma cherish gives us a better idea why he majerten continues this is why pornography causes a vicious cycle when somebody views pornography he gets over stimulated by dopamine so his brain destroy some dopamine receptor so this makes them feel depleted so he goes back to pornography but now having fewer dopamine receptors this time it requires more to get the same dopamine thrill but this causes brain to this rumour receptor so he feels an even greater need for pornography to stimulate him so is guys keep keys this phrase gaming the dopamine system they start to find that they have to use pornography for longer and longer periods to have the same effect and they have to visit more and more sites and accounting it's a little bit worse from there even what happens when more porn sites don't cut it what then majira said you didn't have to stimulate another emotion and often that sphere or discussed her shocker surprise silver pornography you sometimes people start to move in to keep your things are things that make them feel afraid or maybe even a bit sick when they start experimenting with various perversion says it at the end of his quote so it's a good read in the article goes on even say to science might be unclear on the physical side effects of pourim but machar's makes a strong case that the very least that pornography is number one highly addictive there's that word number two and very very i had at the various harmful to relationships so kinda regardless of what you think of porn from the moral perspective perspective the fact is that it's so addictive i would hope could cause somebody to kind of rethink their relationship with pornography and i think that that plays in and i never i am a street base therapist okay fine i'm an optimist but i never want somebody or read something like that and think.
"machar" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"Oh poor guy because he says the main rebel stronghold as their headquarters in a sense it's near the border with ethiopia and it's weather had their bases there amunition stored and so it's a significant place that they have a launched a lot of their operations from and having lost that i think that's a major blow for the rebels but having said that the rebel group spla into it which used to be as below in opposition and now is just independent rebel group still controls a large amount of land a lot of lot swathes of territory in eastern parts of the country so this is an dozen signal the end of the group but certainly it's a big blow for them but riak machar who is the rebel leader is currently in exile in south africa as they the rebels on looking weak yes indeed i mean rick machar's is technically under house arrest even in south africa is not sort of moving around or anything his just been confined to the house where he's been the rebels have been starved of of cash a and a lot of their their resources when it comes to munition as well so this definitely a is a signal of their weakening but also to remember that that all the groups against the government and and you know south on such a complicated place and there's a lot of fighting granada in different parts of the country as well there was previously a peace agreement put in place wasn't that what are these events at the moment say about the state of that.
"machar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To resolve the conflict and we have to have some said a political settlement and right now and a year ago in the tiny year ago salva kiir a and rip michelle will literally sitting down together to discuss a peace deal and they were we there was a lot of hope that that would bring about the pace yes um that in days of that sit down meeting the salva accuse forces were bumping machar's people in machar was on the run and leaving the country and it it blow up who who is who was responsible that depends on he he he speak to that in a sense as knit your duty you are the un's top representative the special envoy of the secretarygeneral to south sudan at some point you're going to have to make some kohls you're gonna have to say to your boss and the world this is the man who is responsible for the mess that south sudan is in today so why don't you stop by telling me right now who you believe carries the responsibility to be honest i think the right now we need to be looking forward in terms of how we get out of this rather than looking backwards in trying to resolve think about who did what to whom it depends on a say who speak to right now is certainly after the conflict in july last year when everything again change nothing selvik here remained the president react michelle is currently in south africa there was i believe a feeling around the region and the it was the region that brought these these two together and earned a peace due to a naval selvik here to be able to be president and try and resolve the conflict as it went along now rights now certainly the the government of of settlements is is is very strong and the the opposition is no longer just riak machar it also broken into other groups and so it's become a lot more complicated than it was before said going backwards is not really an option it's about going forward now in terms of where we go to in a pizza green are you talking too much yourself personally.
"machar" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of south sudan riak machar one represents one particular ethnic tribal grouping betters the thinker absolve akiir riak machar represents the newer and there is a huge ethnic element to the fighting in south sudan today comebacks to this point everything your talking to me about is essentially a sticking plaster on a wound that continues to fester there's no doubt that if if we want to solve the the famine problem the the color a problem of which is growing number of cases the refugee problem the displaced problem we have to resolve the conflict and we have to have some sort of political settlement and right now and a year ago and it's only year ago selvik here and read michelle were literally sitting down together to discuss a peace deal and they were we there was a lot of hope that that would bring about the pace yes in days of that sitdown meeting solve accuse forces were bumping machar's people machar was on the run and leaving the country and it it blew up who who is who was responsible that depends on he he he speak to that in a sense is that your duty you all the un's top representative the special envoy of says secretary secretarygeneral to south sudan at some point you're going to have to make some kohls you're going to have to say to your boss and the world this is the man who was responsible for the mess that south sudan is in today's a woman you stop by telling me right now who you believe carries the responsibility to be perfectly honest i think right now we need to be looking forward in terms of how we get out of this rather than looking backwards in trying to resolve think about who did what to who in a depends on as i say who speak to right now is certainly after the conflict in july last year when everything again turned to nothing selva kia remained the president react michelle is currently in south africa there was i believe a feeling are around the region and the it was the region that brought these these two together and around earned a peace deal to a naval selvik here to be able to be president and try and resolve the conflict as it went long now right now certainly the the government of of south.