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"massoni museum" Discussed on Geek Girls Universe Podcast

Geek Girls Universe Podcast

02:58 min | Last month

"massoni museum" Discussed on Geek Girls Universe Podcast

"And i'm like no no we're not but you don't get a please stand by but those credits it and you're just like how did the time go look credits were you to fall. I was like odd lots of this but yeah at least i'm enjoying those while. I was still contemplating. How forty seven. Minutes just flew. Yes they packed tun into that forty seven minutes. We met the flags smashers so flag. Smasher non-plural is a character in the comic books. Kind of talks about him briefly we talked about how lame that name is and sam feels the same way we do. He's like what is this bad guys. Come up with bad names. Thank you. Sam thank you. It is a bad name. His buddy torres is telling him like look they do these things where they try to meet up online and they're all about having a unified world with no borders. They feel like life was better during the and we do know that carly morgenthau is confirmed to be in the show. She's being played by aaron. Kelly men who is in soloist star wars story and the name of the original character. Karl morgenthau so suming. It's his daughter and and we'll get a little bit of that in a second 'cause now we see what sam was getting all dressed up for. He added to dc massoni museum to hand over steve. Shield to the museum he does. He still doesn't believe in himself which was really sad for me because that was what that opening dialogue was. When steve says how does it feel and sam says it feels like a belongs to someone else and steve says but it doesn't. Sam still hasn't accepted that he's good enough. You know to carry this mantle on carry the shield so he hands it over to the smithsonian to be put on display. Roadies there And they have a nice conversation he asked sam what we are saying like dude. Why aren't you captain. America and sam against just like. Hey shield doesn't belong to me. It's steve's it's not mine And then we get some familiar. Techno eerie feeling that hits and we see bucky in his winter soldier. Glory which i know that's when he's bad but i was super excited values. I was like yes everything. Give me more winter soldier on. He was taking some people out for hydra. Unfortunately a young man gets crop. Caught in the crossfire. Bucky wakes up. It was a nightmare and then we see him in therapy. But what really got me. Excited was henry jackman. Who was the composer for a winter. Soldier and captain. America's civil war is the author for the show so it was bucky steam. The winter soldier team playing. I was like my favorite favorite themes in the higher. Mcu so i.

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"massoni museum" Discussed on Photography Radio

Photography Radio

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"massoni museum" Discussed on Photography Radio

"The seven are mark four and the a nine mark two bodies but Sony explains that this kid will gradually be expanded to include more cameras. I think this has a lot to do with the upcoming Tokyo Olympics. Which is a good thing. My hope is that Sony and other manufacturers like cannon will expand their developer's kit include not only windows which means the remote apple be tied to be used through a laptop or desktop but really expanded to include Iowa's and Andrew because I think much the software innovation is happening within the mobile software world. I remember years ago. Hacky my little cannon point and shoot because it gave me access to information like shudder count and exit data. That the OEM you. I wouldn't give me and I've always wondered why these things were hidden from users. I'm happy that finally camera managers are opening up their cameras to third party developers. But I want more than just remote camera access. I want to be able to create new folders. Renamed folders pull specific fouls off camera perhaps even customizing the menus look all remotely from a mobile device allowing users to customize or hack the cameras to make it unique to the user. Is One great way to integrate? Stand-alone cameras into a photographer's entire workflow including camera adjustment. Remote Control Image Ingestion and customization for this week. My selection for feature photographer is Jessica Finlay a prolific and award winning wildlife nature photographer. Jeff Finley calls the Vancouver home. A perfect place to focus on the great outdoors jess was born in nineteen ninety two. So he's quite young but if you met him in person which I have he looks even younger and you may mistaken for just a kid starting out in photography. But don't let us handsome young looks fool you just as a very well traveled experienced and talented photographer. If you check out his instagram feed. You can see that. He has traveled all over north and South America for graphing some of the most rare and exotic animals with his specialty on photographing birds. One of my favorite images. He's taken recently is of a barn owl flying out of an old abandoned barn. It looks like a magazine or an album cover and has all the elements of a well conceived and constructed commercial. Shoot but it's completely out in the wild and it was up to just to adapt to the natural surroundings to make. The shot happens. Something that just is very good at creating if you look at his feet now. This images posted to Instagram as well as his blog. Top images of twenty nineteen and leave the link in the show notes war instagram but on many images he shares a generously on how he gets his photographs as well as all the women he uses now use might have already guessed because he's a professional wildlife photographer. His gear of choice is Kennedy S. Larsen Lenses of course. But you'll see in his write ups that you need more than just a camera and get the type of images that he's able to create justice. Beautiful photographs have been showcased at various museums throughout North America including a show and presentation at the prestigious Massoni Museum of Natural History in Washington. Dc also leave a link in the show notes to a recent podcast he did with the CBC re talks us through one of his award. Winning photographs curated by the Natural History Museum in London of a loon out in a while as a photographer who doesn't foreground wildlife. It's still interesting to understand. His Process Sofala Jess on Instagram at Jess Finley which is spelled J. E. S. S. F. I N. D. L. A. Y. And his website at Jessica Finlay Dot Com. But again a all the links in the show notes again thanks for joining me for episode number seven for twenty twenty on tax which is my take on photography news this week. Love to hear from you. Let Me Know How. You're enjoying format and covering photography news and if there's something you'd want here perhaps an expansion of dog for the week or.

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"massoni museum" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"massoni museum" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

"Economists art Laffer is set to receive the medal of freedom today from President Trump laugher helped popularize the notion that tax cuts can pay for themselves through faster economic growth, Ronald Reagan's former budget director David Stockman calls laugher, quote, the greatest fake economists to ever come down the pike and quote, NPR's, Scott Horsely reports aren't Lavers journey to the nation's highest civilian honour began forty five years ago with around of drinks in Washington. Cocktail lounge laugher, a young economist time was trying to persuade president Ford's deputy chief of staff, the guy named Dick Cheney that lowering taxes could actually boost government revenue art was trying to explain to janey how to laugh or curve works. Grace Marie Turner. A reporter who was there says Cheney wasn't getting it right away. So laugh a resorted to a visual aid, how he sketched out this Laffer curve on a paper cocktail napkin at the hotel Washington just across the street. From the White House. The Ford administration never embraced laugher philosophy, but Ronald Reagan did taxes story and Bruce, Bartlett says the namesake curve that laugher sketched that day provided intellectual cover for Reagan's nineteen Eighty-one tax cut, basically, it was a way to have your cake and eat it too. Bartlett, who later worked in the Reagan White House says in those days, Republicans pushing tax cuts still had to pay lip service to fiscal responsibility. So if you wanted to have a tax cut either had to pay for it by raising other taxes, cutting spending, or come up with some gimmick elect laugh recurs to simply assert, that it wouldn't lose revenues, despite laugh assurances the Reagan tax cuts did lose revenue. And while the economy, eventually boomed deficits soared Reagan was ultimately forced to reverse about half the cuts today. Most serious Republican economists dismissed the idea that tax cuts pay for themselves through faster. Economic growth, but sociologist Elizabeth pot. Berman of SUNY. Albany says the Laffer curve has none. The less stuck around, once you take those kinds of ideas and put them poorly into the political sphere, they sort of take on a life of their own in two thousand twelve the state of Kansas paid laugher, seventy five thousand dollars to help then governor Sam Brownback craft his own tax cut, laboratory NPR's planet, money, cutting taxes would do great things for the Kansas Konami more employment. More put more production. You're more jobs created in Kansas. They'll be more payroll taxes. It didn't work out that way, anti McKay who was head of the Kansas center for economic growth says despite Lavers promises state revenues plunged by six hundred million dollars and job growth lagged, his voice was nowhere to be heard when we were undergoing nine consecutive rounds of budget cuts credit downgrades, there wasn't any part of the state budget that wasn't being used to prop up his failed tax, experiment state. Lawmakers eventually reverse the tax cuts laugher insisted they just needed more time to work. He continues to chant. In tax cuts at the federal level a month after president trumps election laugher told morning edition corporate taxes should be cut dramatically dropping that tax rate to fifteen percent would have a huge impact on the US economy, and would have very little impact, if any on tax revenues from corporations from businesses congress did slash corporate taxes, although not as far as laugher wanted, and despite a strong economy corporate tax revenues dropped last year by twenty six percent no matter how many times laugher is projections of proven wrong. White House economic adviser, Larry cudlow is unfazed. I know some people agree. And some people may not agree with his views. But, but I'm electric guy a replica of the cocktail napkin. We're laugher. I sketch that curve. Is now on display at this Massoni museum of American history. The grace Marie Turner says that cloth museum-piece is not the original this wasn't a kind of stablishment. It would have had a cloth napkin. And I don't think anybody knows what. Happened to that. Napkin, probably got picked up and carried off when the your glasses were sent back to the bar of fitting in for the Laffer curve as an economic forecasting tool. But when it comes to political marketing the curve, and its creator live on Scott Horsely, NPR news, Washington.

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From A Napkin To A White House Medal  The Path Of A Controversial Economic Idea

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:22 min | 2 years ago

From A Napkin To A White House Medal The Path Of A Controversial Economic Idea

"Economists art Laffer is set to receive the medal of freedom today from President Trump laugher helped popularize the notion that tax cuts can pay for themselves through faster economic growth, Ronald Reagan's former budget director David Stockman calls laugher, quote, the greatest fake economists to ever come down the pike and quote, NPR's, Scott Horsely reports aren't Lavers journey to the nation's highest civilian honour began forty five years ago with around of drinks in Washington. Cocktail lounge laugher, a young economist time was trying to persuade president Ford's deputy chief of staff, the guy named Dick Cheney that lowering taxes could actually boost government revenue art was trying to explain to janey how to laugh or curve works. Grace Marie Turner. A reporter who was there says Cheney wasn't getting it right away. So laugh a resorted to a visual aid, how he sketched out this Laffer curve on a paper cocktail napkin at the hotel Washington just across the street. From the White House. The Ford administration never embraced laugher philosophy, but Ronald Reagan did taxes story and Bruce, Bartlett says the namesake curve that laugher sketched that day provided intellectual cover for Reagan's nineteen Eighty-one tax cut, basically, it was a way to have your cake and eat it too. Bartlett, who later worked in the Reagan White House says in those days, Republicans pushing tax cuts still had to pay lip service to fiscal responsibility. So if you wanted to have a tax cut either had to pay for it by raising other taxes, cutting spending, or come up with some gimmick elect laugh recurs to simply assert, that it wouldn't lose revenues, despite laugh assurances the Reagan tax cuts did lose revenue. And while the economy, eventually boomed deficits soared Reagan was ultimately forced to reverse about half the cuts today. Most serious Republican economists dismissed the idea that tax cuts pay for themselves through faster. Economic growth, but sociologist Elizabeth pot. Berman of SUNY. Albany says the Laffer curve has none. The less stuck around, once you take those kinds of ideas and put them poorly into the political sphere, they sort of take on a life of their own in two thousand twelve the state of Kansas paid laugher, seventy five thousand dollars to help then governor Sam Brownback craft his own tax cut, laboratory NPR's planet, money, cutting taxes would do great things for the Kansas Konami more employment. More put more production. You're more jobs created in Kansas. They'll be more payroll taxes. It didn't work out that way, anti McKay who was head of the Kansas center for economic growth says despite Lavers promises state revenues plunged by six hundred million dollars and job growth lagged, his voice was nowhere to be heard when we were undergoing nine consecutive rounds of budget cuts credit downgrades, there wasn't any part of the state budget that wasn't being used to prop up his failed tax, experiment state. Lawmakers eventually reverse the tax cuts laugher insisted they just needed more time to work. He continues to chant. In tax cuts at the federal level a month after president trumps election laugher told morning edition corporate taxes should be cut dramatically dropping that tax rate to fifteen percent would have a huge impact on the US economy, and would have very little impact, if any on tax revenues from corporations from businesses congress did slash corporate taxes, although not as far as laugher wanted, and despite a strong economy corporate tax revenues dropped last year by twenty six percent no matter how many times laugher is projections of proven wrong. White House economic adviser, Larry cudlow is unfazed. I know some people agree. And some people may not agree with his views. But, but I'm electric guy a replica of the cocktail napkin. We're laugher. I sketch that curve. Is now on display at this Massoni museum of American history. The grace Marie Turner says that cloth museum-piece is not the original this wasn't a kind of stablishment. It would have had a cloth napkin. And I don't think anybody knows what. Happened to that. Napkin, probably got picked up and carried off when the your glasses were sent back to the bar of fitting in for the Laffer curve as an economic forecasting tool. But when it comes to political marketing the curve, and its creator live on Scott Horsely, NPR news, Washington.

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"massoni museum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"massoni museum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Things that I noticed this time was that they're passing out gas stoves to people. However, the logistics of actually getting canisters of gas. Every one of these household is another huge challenge in a place where the roads aren't good World Food Programme's also switching over from passing out big bags of rice to try to have retail stores where people get electric cards, and they're able to go shopping. So there's this movement from the humanitarian to try to make this a more sustainable, more smooth operation to sustain this huge number of people. Basically living in a nature. Preserve, so tell me about daily life in the middle of all this how are people actually like spending their time and raising their families. They're going about their daily lives. There are health clinics. There are learning centers, which are basically schools there are markets. There are people going off to work. You've got some playgrounds that are popping up. He'll play rounds with flick metal slides and swing sets in one of the things that really struck me. With a lot of people are planting gardens and people are getting a lot of satisfaction out of that black. I'm very happy here. This is forty year old Fatima cut Katu, and she recently moved with her husband and six children to a new shelter in these areas that the those day laborers have been been constructing she planted squash themes, chilly down by out of the we have more space here. And now, it feels like home. She says her family had much larger farm back in me and more. But at least here, she says being able to grow things makes it feel that she's not just entirely dependent on these international agencies to provide them with food. Jason you, and I have both been to refugees camps that have existed for decades or generations does that seem to be the direction that this rolling camp? Bangladesh is moving in it certainly feels that way yet the Bangladeshi government continues to insist day in and day out. This is not going to be permanent. We're going to find some other solution. We're gonna move them somewhere else or we're gonna get them to go back to me and more. There was a campaign last year. They're offering free transportation moving benefits for anyone who wanted to go, and they had absolutely zero takers among the rang refugees, Jason Bobi and just back from Bangladesh. Thanks so much. It's going to be back. Sometime between the invention of the coloring book, and the touch screen came paint by numbers the man who helped invent that system. Dan Robins died this week at age ninety three NPR's Elizabeth player. Takes a moment to remember his legacy. It looks like paint by numbers might be. The worst thing you could say about painting and yet the inspiration came from technique used by master artists land Nardo Davinci to help assistance. Here's what happened after World War Two Dan Robbins was working for the Palmer paint company in Detroit. The owner max Klein one of the product that would appeal to the adult. Hobby market, Robin started by picking a subject, whether it was a SeaScape landscape, whatever and paint the picture. I Larry Robbins, Dan, son, says then his dad would lay clear plastic sheet over the painting and assign numbers to the colors he used beginner kit. Might only have twenty colors or a more advanced kit might have thirty to forty colors at a couple of pay precious. And a canvas encouraging words like every man Rembrandt on the backs and Wella painting by numbers became a hit with some twenty million kits sold in nineteen fifty five. William lawrenceburg curated an exhibition exploring the craze for this Massoni museum of American history. He says Dan Robbins would read the mail to find out what people wanted to paint pets kittens puppy dogs, horses and some people when they would finish the painting. They would sign it critics were incensed they saw it as a wasting shallow activity, but Larry Robbins says his dad didn't seem bothered. I don't think it ever really got too caught up in the back and forth of whether paint by members was considered art or not it gave an individual who would never have the opportu-. Unity contained a beautiful picture the chance to experience. Art, Dan Robbins, continued making his own art and working freelance for commercial clients curator bird says one.

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"massoni museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"massoni museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin today. Tourists in Washington DC no longer need to be disappointed. By the limited museum offerings as of late, thanks to the end of the government shutdown the Smithsonian Institution reopens, its museums along with the national zoo, it all happens this morning as NPR's Rebecca Ellis reports. Getting it all up and running was no easy task this Massoni. Museums are springing back to life. The end of the shut down the national museum of natural history's five hundred staff. Members all came back to work Monday, but many arrived to find things a little out of whack. Some of the museums videos wouldn't play properly because the software have become outdated. The museums project manager Chaban stars says the fluid that preserves the dead squid had turned. So you can see looking in there. It looks kind of cloudy and Easter Island sculpture was not yet ready for its debut. We had moved this beautiful Easter Island head that a lot of people recognize as dumb dumb from the movies. The figures look like had a starring role in night at the museum as talking sculpture desperate for some chewing. Gum dumb dumb. You. Give me yesterday afternoon. Staff was securing the head in its new location near the entrance ready to greet visitors last Friday when it was clear the shutdown was coming to an end the Smithsonian Institution sprang into action. They promised to open everything by Tuesday. This meant a hectic Monday for Chaban stars. Imagine you had to shut your home down for thirty eight days. And then all of a sudden opened the doors except she points out. It's not a home. It's a three hundred thousand. Square foot building that's over a century old. And it's not just a few guests coming to your home is going to open and welcome over fifty thousand visitors potentially the first day you open the door. Most Massoni museum spent the day screen to get their exhibits presentable for the crowds. At the hersher museum and sculpture gardens director, Melissa choose has staff spent much of the day lugging water around for an installation that displays people's pulses. Ripples. We drained it. And now we have just a little up again. In manhattan. The Cooper Hewitt's head of exhibitions. Yvonne, Gomez finally got into the building to see how the museum's exhibit on color had fared in her absence. She'd been worried about leaving out a bunch of rare books like a seventeen or four treatise by Isaac Newton on prisons. We had four hours to shut down indefinitely. The books were fine. There's just a lot of dust. We did a very deep cleaning mainly dustings, no bugs or anything. Like that. Today. She says it should be sparkling where excited to be open to the public is our mission. Chaban stars says she can't wait to hear the footsteps echoing through the entrance. The natural history museum. It was a dark kind of close space very lonely. We miss our visitors. The museum's director.

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"massoni museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"massoni museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Imagine you had to shut your home down for thirty eight days. And then all of a sudden opened the doors except she points out. It's not a home to three hundred thousand square foot building that's over century old. And it's not just a few guests coming through and your home is going to open and welcome over fifty thousand visitors potentially the first day you open the door. Most Massoni museum spent the day scurrying to get their exhibit presentable for the crowds. At the hersher museum and sculpture gardens director, Melissa choose has staff spent much of the day lugging water around for an installation that displays people's pulses. In ripples. We drained it. And now we have just a little up again. Manhattan, the Cooper Hewitt. Head of exhibitions. Yvonne, Gomez finally got into the building to see how the museum's exhibit on color had fared in her absence. She'd been worried about leaving out a bunch of rare books like a seventeen or four treatise by Isaac Newton on prisons. We had four hours to shut down indefinitely. The books were fine. There's just a lot of dust. We did a very deep cleaning mainly dustings, no bugs or anything. Like that. By today. She says it should be sparkling. We're excited to be open to the public is our mission. Chaban stars says she can't wait to hear the footsteps echoing through the entrance the natural history museum. It was a dark kind of close space. It feels very lonely. We miss our visitors. The museum's director Kirk Johnson was unsafe through the shutdown. He says it was just like the movies. I was here every day. It was a big night at the museum in a big data museum. He lay personally on tire third floor. He's really looking forward to having some. Company who will be very happy to see a huge crowd at ten AM. He'll be downstairs to greet visitors personally her back to Alice MPR news. Even follow these stories and more online at NPR dot ORG or follow us on Twitter. You can find the at Rachel NPR Noel as Noel king David is out NPR green. And Steve is at NPR Inskeep. Ten minutes now before seven o'clock and lily Jamali is going to join us with the California report in just a moment. But I will pay another visit to Joe McConnell and get a look at some of the problems on the roads this early Tuesday morning, Joe several of them. Of course, the Richmond bridge approaches heavier than usual because of roadwork near the toll plaza, it's slow from canal boulevard seven miles an hour to the toll plaza from there. The ride on one zero one in Petaluma usual from Washington stays slow a little further south towards Olim poly, where there was a crash, but apparently that has been cleared highway four westbound harbor crash over to the side slow from Loveridge pockets over the willow pass as usual, Joe McConnell for K QB..

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"massoni museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"massoni museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin today. Tourists in Washington DC no longer need to be disappointed. By the limited museum offerings as of late, thanks to the end of the government shutdown the Smithsonian Institution reopens, its museums along with the national zoo, it all happens this morning as NPR's Rebecca Ellis reports. Getting it all up and running was no easy task this Massoni. Museums are springing back to life. The end of the shut down the national museum of natural history's five hundred furloughed stack. Members all came back to work Monday, but many arrived to find things a little out of whack. Some of the museums videos wouldn't play properly because the software have become outdated. The museums project manager Chaban stars says the fluid that preserves the dead squid had turned you can see looking in there. It looks kind of cloudy and the Easter Island sculpture was not yet ready for its debut. We had moved this beautiful Easter Island head that a lot of people recognize as dumb dumb from the movies. The figures look like had a starring role in night at the museum as a talking sculpture desperate for some chewing gum. Dum dum. You'll give me yesterday afternoon. Staff with securing the head in its new location near the entrance ready to greet visitors last Friday when it was clear the shutdown was coming to an end the Smithsonian Institution sprang into action. He promised open everything by Tuesday. This meant a hectic Monday for Chaban stars. Imagine you had to shut your home down for thirty eight days. And then all of a sudden opened the doors except she points out. It's not a home. It's a three hundred thousand. Square foot building that's over a century old. And it's not just a few guests coming into your home is going to open. Welcome over fifty thousand visitors potentially the first day you open the door, no Smithsonian museums spent the day scurrying to get their exhibits presentable for the crowds. At the hersher museum and sculpture gardens director, Melissa choose has staff spent much of the day lugging water around for an installation that displays people's pulses. In ripples. We drained it. And now we have just a little up again. In manhattan. The Cooper Hewitt's head of exhibitions Yvan Gomez finally got into the building to see how the museum's exhibit on color had fared in her absence. She'd been worried about leaving out a bunch of rare books like a seventeen or four treatise by Isaac Newton on prisons. We had four hours to shut down indefinitely. The books were fine. There was just a lot of dust. We did they cleaning mainly dustings, no bugs or anything. Like that. By today. She says it should be sparkling. We're excited to be open to the public is our mission Chaban stars. She can't wait to hear the footsteps echoing through the entrance to the natural. History museum. It was a dark kind of calls space. It felt very lonely. We miss our visitors. The museum's director Kirk Johnson.

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"massoni museum" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

08:11 min | 2 years ago

"massoni museum" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Everybody, Kate Delaney America tonight how you doing coming off that Malays of the holiday season. I know a lot of people were lucky enough to have maybe even ten eleven days off hoof. How do we complain when we have eleven days off as for the people who were affected by the government shutdown? It's been since the twenty second of December the president now has decided that it is a national emergency. The specifics of what he's going to say to the nation are pretty much mama the tongues that normally wag and would dump some information haven't said much, but the president is going to do that at nine o'clock eastern on Tuesday. He says it's a crisis at the nation's border, the Democrats. Are saying their attempts to end the shutdown have just fallen on flat ears. The president says he's not only going to dress in the nation, but he's going to visit the US Mexican border on Thursday to promote the plant for wall to keep undocumented immigrants out the sticking point the back and forth the disagreements with Pelosi and Schumer and others in the Democratic Party continue to be or not doing this ers. We're not jamming anything in there. It's not happening. And we're not getting less than five billion because five billion is the amount that's needed for. What could be a steel wall is what now is being said. And it's a it is definitely backlog of cases and people being processed and all of that so Pelosi and Schumer say that. The president should agree to a plan to reopen. The government now while they continue to go. She ate a border security plan the house controlled by the Democrats as of the beginning of the year passed legislation last week to reopen the government yada, yada, yada. Doesn't matter not happening. So five point six billion to be exact that's the number four the wall. We are now into our eighteenth day that sound effect eighteen the day of the shut the record by the way, because I like numbers, and in fact coming up in our next segment, we are doing the number version of we can count the shutdown record is twenty one days. If you're serious that was set in ninety five and ninety six. Twenty two days would be on Saturday. So where will the president possibly stop along the border, mcallen, Texas might be one of the places seems? Like, the best place might not be as disruptive. Probably. That's where. And plus it's sparse where you would need. If you're going to build a wall. This is an area where you would need the wall in a letter to Senator Richard Shelby. Republican from Alabama chairman of the Senate appropriations committee the administration requested six point six hundred and thirty one million for counternarcotics weapons tech -nology and the VP said, yeah. Guess what? It's for more than a while. A lot more. So this we briefings this week this is to the wall on address to the nation. And requests for immigration judges requests for seven hundred and fifty additional border patrol agents. Request for two thousand additional law enforcement personnel staff request for fifty two thousand additional detention beds because they're short and eight hundred million to address urgent humanitarian needs. So the goal. Senator Lindsey Graham says is not to open up the government shutdown and without a wall. So the president could declare a national emergency. But when you get the funds for the wall that would still be up in the air. This all end up. There is no predicting this even the smartest wise guys. I know who know how to look at numbers from all sides of any equation. Not just sports. Do not have a great beet on this. They just they don't. So it's going to be about what that address is about. And it's a big one. That's for sure. Meanwhile, while all this is happening in DC, and it has an effect on all of us, by the way, if you were getting a return on your taxes. What's that? I can't remember the last time I got a return on taxes. All right. So if you're getting a return on your taxes, however that all the stuff is going to be processed. So the panic over that which I understand you can let that go to just collectively let outside of relief. I'll do it for you. Because you're going to get your check. That would be brutal. You're planning a vaca- you're planning to use it for something. You really need your who knows? And you don't get it. Not good. But that's that's all fixed up. See that's not going to be affected. That's happening. No worries. Definitely definitely. No worries. I happened to see this coming up in our next talk about it. The most expensive city in every state. We probably know what it is. Right. And also the monarch butterfly numbers have fallen in California. Nothing prettier than a butterfly a lot of museums have little butterfly rooms. And I often wonder how the butterflies fly around. I mean, I get it. I know how they fire around, but they thrive they do. They thrive in survive. Somehow. So that's all the fun stuff that we're gonna talk about right? And we're also gonna talk about lift bring self driving cars to Las Vegas. Ooh. I've been on that Vegas trip. And now it's so jammed I can't imagine being in a self driving car. I don't really get the whole self driving car thing. And of course, we're on the cutting edge here, we have our Forbes segments. Well, already fifteen months ago, we talked to somebody who was creating one of the cars was on the on the front end of that. And it made total sense. But it seems so scary to me, especially some of the places where you're getting getting into these cars. I guess it depends where you are small city. Maybe not as bad giant city or a city with lots of traffic. Maybe a little fearful I'm just going to say. On that end. And by the way, one of the saddest saddest things, I saw the courses easy to take this pitcher cute little boy outside of the Washington nationals zoo, which is famous for the pandas. And there's this sign that says we apologized, but because of the government shutdown we're not open. Oh, and he looked so sad. The three year old the long face, this Massoni, museums are also shut down because of course of the funding situation. And there are other federal centers that are shutdown prisons, that's kind of a nightmare say they've got people calling in and one of the big areas like Grand.

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"massoni museum" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

08:27 min | 2 years ago

"massoni museum" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Everybody, Kate Delaney America tonight how you doing coming off that Malays of the holiday season. I know a lot of people were lucky enough to have maybe even ten eleven days off roof. How do we complain when we have eleven days off as for the people who were affected by the government shutdown? It's been since the twenty second of December the president now has decided that it is a national emergency. The specifics of what he's going to say to the nation are pretty much mom the tongues that normally wag and dump some information haven't said much, but the president is going to do that at nine o'clock eastern on Tuesday. He says it's a crisis at the nation's border. The Democrats are saying. Their attempts to end the shutdown have just fallen flat ears. The president says he's not only gonna address the nation, but he's going to visit the US Mexican border on Thursday to promote the plant for wall to keep undocumented immigrants out the sticking point, the back and forth the disagreements with Pelosi and Schumer and others in the Democratic Party continue to be we're not doing this ers we're not jamming anything in there. It's not happening. And we're not getting less than five billion because five billion is the amount that's needed for. What could be a steel wall is what now is being said. And it's a it is definitely backlog of cases and people being processed and all of that so Pelosi and Schumer say that the president. Should agree to a plan to reopen? The government now while they continue to go. She ate a border security plan the house controlled by the Democrats as of the beginning of the year passed legislation last week to reopen the government yada, yada, yada. Doesn't matter not happening. Five point six billion to be exact that's the number for the wall. We are now into our eighteenth day sound effect eighteen th day of the shut on the record, by the way, because I like numbers, and in fact, coming up in our next segment, we are doing the number version of we can count the shutdown record is twenty one days curious that was set in ninety five and ninety six. Twenty two days would be on Saturday. So where will the president possibly stop along the border, mcallen, Texas might be one of the places seems? Like, the best place might not be as disruptive. Probably. That's where. And plus it's sparse where you would need. If you're going to build a wall. This is an area where you would need the wall in a letter to Senator Richard Shelby. Republican from Alabama chairman of the Senate appropriations committee the administration requested six point six hundred and thirty one million for counternarcotics weapons tech -nology and the VP said, yeah. Guess what? It's for more than a while. A lot more. So this has a briefings this week, this is to the wall and address to the nation. And requests for immigration judges request for seven hundred and fifty additional border patrol agents requests for two thousand additional law enforcement personnel and staff request for fifty two thousand additional detention beds because they're short and eight hundred million to address urgent humanitarian needs. So the goal. Senator Lindsey Graham says is not to open up the government shutdown and without a wall. So the president could declare a national emergency. But when you get the funds for the wall that would still be up in the air. We heard this all and up. There is no predicting nece, even the smartest wise guys. I know who know how to look at numbers from all sides of any equation. Not just sports. Do not have a great beet on this. They just they don't. So it's going to be about what that address is about. And it's a big one. That's for sure. Meanwhile, while all this is happening in DC, and it has an effect on all of us, by the way, if you were getting a return on your taxes. What's that? I can't remember the last time, I got return taxes. All right. So if you're getting a return on your taxes, however that all the stuff is going to be processed. So the panic over that which I understand you can let that go. So just collectively let outside relief. I'll do for you. Because you're gonna get your check. That would be brutal. You're planning vaca-, you're planning to use it for something. You really need your who knows? And you don't get it. Not good. But that's that's all fixed up. See that's not going to be affected. That's happening. No worries. Definitely definitely now works. I happened to see this and coming up in our next talk about it. The most expensive city in every state. We probably know what it is very and also the monarch butterfly numbers have fallen in California nothing prettier than a butterfly a lot of museums have little butterfly rooms. And I often wonder how the butterflies fly around. But I mean, I get it. I know how they fly round. But they thrive they do they thrive in survive. Somehow. So that's all the fun stuff that we're gonna talk about right? And we're also talk about lift bring self driving cars to Las Vegas. Ooh. I've been on that Vegas strip. And now it's so jammed I can't imagine being a self driving car. I don't really get the whole self driving car thing. And of course, we're on the cutting edge here, we have our Forbes segments. Already fifteen months ago, we talked to somebody who was creating one of the cars and was on the on the front end of that. And it made total sense. But it seems so scary to me. Especially some of the places where you're getting getting into these cars. I guess it depends where you are small city. Maybe not as bad giant city or a city with lots of traffic be maybe a little fearful I'm just going to say. On that end. And by the way, one of the saddest saddest things, I saw of course, it's easy to take this pitcher cute little boy outside of the Washington nationals zoo, which is famous for the pandas. And there's this sign that says we apologized, but because of the government shutdown we're not open. Oh, and he looks so sad. The three year old the long face, this Massoni, museums are also shut down because of course of the funding situation. And there are other federal centers that are shutdown prisons. It's kind of a nightmare say they've got people calling in and one of the big areas like Grand Canyon grand canyon's staffed at minimum capacity because of the government shutdown, but a lot of the services are still there. So luckily, people can still look out at the beauty of the grand anion, Michio..

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"massoni museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"massoni museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In nineteen Ninety-two director, sandy Thanh shot. A film in Singapore that disappeared before release. This is her story about recovering the stolen footage awards. Documentary feature. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Ari Shapiro. We are in day seven of the partial federal government shutdown, and there's no end in sight, President Trump wants congress to approve billions of dollars for a border wall. Democrats who are set to take control of the house next week saying, no, so far the effects of this shutdown have been relatively muted. Many people are taking time off for the holidays. But the fallout could grow with the shutdown stretches well into the new year as NPR's Scott Horsely reports the two weeks around Christmas are some of the busiest at Joshua tree national park in California when rock climbers and car campers flock to the high desert getaway. The cactus and the campers are still there this week, but the Rangers who had ordinarily patrol the park had been sent packing by the government shutdown. The visitors centers are closed all the bathrooms are still open. But they're not being maintained right now by the park service. So the local community has rallied together and started cleaning the bathrooms and restocking. Toilet paper. John runs a nonprofit group called friends of Joshua tree national park. He says those friends are grateful access to the park has not been cut off. But with the government shutdown approaching its second weekend, and no sign of compromise on the horizon, the Rettig and others are digging in for what could be a long term project by the dumpster is still up in the toilets fill up. You know, what kind of solutions can we make solve those problems? So far, the shutdown affecting about a quarter of the federal government has been little more than an inconvenience to some and invisible. Too many critical federal employees have stayed on. On the job. And while they're not being paid at the moment that won't really show up until their next paychecks are due January eleventh still Jacqueline Simon who's with the largest union of federal worker says the longer the shutdown drags on the more widely its effects. We felt there were a few agencies that are affected by the funding that had a little bit of money leftover take him to the end of the year. But that money will be running out today my day, and I'm so more things will be shutting down the EPA, for example, has announced plans to halt operations at midnight tonight. This Massoni museum and the national zoo will shutter their doors next week. Food stamps and the school lunch program are funded through January, but could take a hit after that. If the shutdown continues White House, economists, Kevin Hassett says the shutdown should not do lasting damage the US economy. But he admits it could cause a blip in the unemployment rate. If hundreds of thousands of federal workers are still idle in a couple of weeks, if the shutdown extended through the job survey week about January tenth, then the government workers who are not reporting to work would show up in the unemployment statistics as well. But that would be more of a temporary thing, it's not something that we expect has really material for.

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