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"matthias" Discussed on AP News
"Corona virus. Update. I'm to McGuire with an AP News Minute about a 1,000,000 foreign students attend college or grad school in the United States. The Trump Administration says they can't stay if their schools don't offer on campus classes because of the Corona virus pandemic. Immigration officials have told Matthias who isn't giving his last name that he has some 20 days to leave Seattle, he says he and other international students are caught in a bind. It was very worried. We have Lisa's We have cars, insurance. We have our whole lives here. Matthias also wonders if he'd be allowed back in his native France. Says there is a travel ban in the European Union on people coming from the U. S. M. I. T and Harvard have filed suit in an effort to block the decision. Johns Hopkins University says there have been three million confirmed Corona virus infections in his country. US. Health officials say the real number is likely 10 times higher. 30 million people. About 10% of the population. I'm Tim Maguire Corona Virus Update. I'm to McGuire with an AP News Minute about a 1,000,000 foreign students attend college and grad school in the United States. The Trump Administration says they can't stay if their schools don't offer on campus classes because of the Corona virus pandemic. Immigration officials have told Matthias who isn't giving his last name that he has some 20 days to leave Seattle, he says he and other international students are caught in a bind. It was very worried. We have Lisa's We have cars, insurance. We have our whole lives here. Matthias also wonders if he'd be allowed back in his native France. Says there is a travel ban in the European Union on people coming from the U. S. M. I. T and Harvard have filed suit in an effort to block the decision. Johns Hopkins University says there have been three million confirmed Corona virus infections in this country. US. Health officials say the real number is likely 10 times higher. 30 million people. About 10% of the population. I'm to Maguire. AP.
Fresh update on "matthias" discussed on Controller Disconnected
"Hello, everyone. This is the controller disconnected podcast. I. Am your host. Matthias narrow. Everybody ender mother may be literally is raving about the hottest new game with the summer fall guys, autumn it out, and it's no different for me. I've been playing constantly since its release last week and before that too. I'm GonNa tell you about that and more coming up on today's episode..
"matthias" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"Very foreign is often. There's another trend that they had for example bells of Kyoto with Swiss air. As well right this kind of look to the world. Yeah I think I think it's also the how Switzerland is you know. I mean I'm French but I'm living interested in for six years and I think it's super open to the world and Fiji. There is an incredible artist. We we're GONNA work with life after this release because he has a lot of materials and as always interested in the Middle East culture and sounds and we thought well you know. It's it's it's coming from Switzerland and and anytime these exotic as you said and it's also even more interesting. You know to to share these to the world and Mattias if we want to end interview with a song from the compilation your choice which one which one shall we end this. Oh we're going to play a clip of it as well with the end for our listeners. I don't have any pre I. I love them a chance to be directing the completion but I think one of the most interesting for us because story. Super Nice Peter Vice. The trekkies called subway. It's very personal. I because he does the mentioned ninety nine my date of birth and in Paris and I'm from various at the beginning. But that's that's an interesting information. What is very interesting? Is that when we contacted paedophilia way? I'm super happy and I'm and I'm really. I would really like to have it in the compilation but I some food. That is really depressing. Me since eighty nine is the fact that the original version and the instrumental version or having elements that are Super Nice. And I really would like to do this. completion is to combine both version. So I can leave happy. We the big version so you went back to shoot and you did this. Special Intensive version for us which is the only BITs Let's say remix but made by Creator. So He's pretty nice and yeah. I think it's Super Nice. It's super weird at the same time of experimental. There are some homeless people from Perry that you recorded in the subway. That are having some song at the beginning. Get some talk and some other them so yeah. It's a pretty funny one that I think it's it just depends ice on good choice. Thank you so much not as messy. Thank you that was my set intent experimental and electronic music from Switzerland. Nine hundred eighty one. Two ninety-three is released by Bongo Joe.
UK to start preparing for killer coronavirus as deadly disease spreads to US
"In the past few hours the UK government's passed declare to the corona virus our to break a serious and imminent mint threats to public health. It's comes as the number of reported deaths in China stand set more than nine hundred. Let's get the latest on this with Chris Smith who is consultant altuve virologist at Cambridge University. Welcome to the broker. Chris Oh first of all. What does this announcement by the UK? Government mean in practice. Well this this is more kind of a policy situation. It's telling everybody we are preparing. We're putting into certain set of arrangements so that everything thing is prepared. Should the worst happen. The plan in place is not saying wow. The risk is suddenly changed dramatically. The risk is always been there with doing more testing etc.. We'll find out more later this week. I suspect us to really what the background level of this is circulating the country. This is more kind of the government saying that we've got various positions in place whereas policies in place now so if anything does happen we're prepared for it. Why is it gives us announcement now than what kind of considerations have taken place before that? Well things have moved on a little bit haven't they. We've seen very large numbers of cases now declared in China. There's something forty thousand. People have been confirmed as having having this agent. We've got something like four hundred thousand people being watched contact traced by the Chinese authorities. And we're beginning to see pickup beyond the the shores of China last week for instance we had one individual who caught the infection in Singapore. They'd never been anywhere near China showing the infection isn't just outside China. It's actually outside China and is spreading outside China so that was a step change. We've also seen not not one not two but now we're up to eight cases of people from the UK who have been infected with this beyond the shores of the UK at this stage but again reaffirming the fact that did he spreading. And it's quite transmissible so I think this is now a showing that there is a ramp up in in risk and so people are saying we need to be prepared for it now. How much can you tell us about different plans? The UK government's may have in case. The situation gets worse worse over here. Well Caen explain what we're doing in terms of the monitoring and diagnostic side because I'm involved in and from that perspective across this week the information I've seen suggests that we should be slowly phasing in testing local abort tree level now. What that means is that instead of samples arriving At a hospital say and being transmitted down to London where a centralized testing facility can look for this agent. The fortress in networks across the country will have their own. I'm tests so that. They can very quickly process samples from patients without the need to transmit them with a big delay down to London. Get tested set in the back so that is going to help to streamline nine not just monitoring which is going to be important but also getting a good measure on how many people might have this also getting an understanding of how we we can better control and coordinate efforts locally because the sooner we can give results to people with the sooner we can reassure them but be we know what to do with them because if a person needs to be isolated they can be isolated. A person doesn't spend ages in isolation using facilities or wasting their time waiting for a result. We keep the country moving so I think getting the testing is going to be the the first priority. And that's coming this week. We hope the total number of deaths in China has now reached nine hundred and eight and that is more during the SARS epidemic in two thousand to two thousand and three. How would you describe the situation? We're seeing now. What is the situation with the corona virus worldwide? Wii at the moment well the the fine grain data we have is coming from China because obviously there ahead of the curve in terms of hitting their first other countries including this one where tendons be reactive to where people have come from when they have symptoms so case definition here in the at the moment is question. One have symptoms. We'll have you been in contact with someone who has question to have you been in or were they in one of nine risk areas and those areas where they know the diseases circulating collecting at the moment so there may well be Z.. Circulating here on the streets of Britain and we wouldn't know at the moment because we're not going finding random people and testing them because we haven't had the testing Pakistan that would demolish our system. That's why but the point is that the chances are as we begin to look more. We're GONNA find more so more countries with more testing and Awada case definition is probably GONNA show an escalation now. The big question is always still lag. Phase as in China took a wall to give up its numbers before before they started to grow the way that they have recently is the rest of the world in that position did China export enough cases of this to other countries before we knew about it that there is already seething around the world and I suspect that probably was of cases of this. So it's going to slowly grow in smolder and then the numbers will start to climb. We don't know what the Matthias kind of I think what the next week or so is going to show us as we begin to look more but do we know how efficient the sometimes trucco Nian prevention measure have been so far. Well Yeah you're right to call it your Conan. I mean look what China's doing they've got people confined to their homes There were situations where people Philippine told you not allowed out. One designated family member is allowed to go shopping every couple of days. No one else can leave. No one can go to work and the repercussions of this is going to be quite considerable. Obviously the social ones. There's people who might be vulnerable. Who's caring for them? If you if you coke it out the house. There's going to be the psychological things you're going to get you know we're talking about people on boats stuck on in six thousand people stuck on a boat with that doesn't redefine cabin fever or what does and then you got the situation where We we don't know how this is going to spread yet so at the moment is it's really uncertain and so- China have resorted these really quite severe measures and the spraying the streets with no call it at all. But some kind of disinfectant with drones and with other sort of cannons to try and cleanse the areas and reduce the race and it has brought numbers down a bit in China but other countries couldn't possibly do China all doing and China is still just a still not not controlling this. They've still got two and a half thousand cases a day that that dog nosing with it so I think it's early days to say exactly. How far is GONNA go moment? Chris Smith from Cambridge University. Thank
The 2020 Oscar Nominations Din't Have To Look Like This
"We now know who was nominated for this year's Academy Awards and who wasn't there were no women pick for the directing Oscar and only one person of color. Harriet Stars Cynthia. Rio was among the twenty acting nominees. He's but what if like Hollywood does in a few movies. There was an alternate history to the Oscars. Franklin Leonard wrote about his imagined Academy Award nominations for the Washington Post. He's the creator of the blacklist an annual compilation of much admired but unpredicted movie scripts Franklin. Welcome back to the show. Thanks for having me the back. So we're not so sad. Your column is almost funny. It could have been a satirical piece from the onion. What motivated it? Well here's here's the interesting thing right like it. It didn't necessarily need to even be ready satire if anything you know. The article was written as a as a list of all of the people could reasonably have been nominated in place of those who got nominated and I think that there are additional people. That aren't even mentioned in the article. who also could have gotten reasonably? We nominated and no one would have batted an eye except for the fact that it would have been unusual that all the nominees people of color that all of the directing on these women which you know is so far from our reality only because history would suggest that all the nominees should be white and all the directors should be met. Well let's talk about that right. Because there was a lot of great artistic accomplishment from people who weren't nominated I think about hustlers from Lorraine Skafar you on the star Jennifer Lopez Lulu Wong the director of the Farewell Greta Gerwig who made little women performances by Alfie Woodard and clemency Aquafina and farewell the entire cast a parasite right nominated for best picture. None of the actors were so. What's the disconnect in your mind between the great work and the recognition or lack of recognition of that? Great Work Work. I mean the short answer is racism and sexism in the intersection between the two. I think that there is a fundamental lack of appreciation for the work of women directors and the work of Actors of Color. I mean I. I saw it in on my twitter timeline. And yesterday people saying Oh Jennifer for Lopez wasn't really acting playing herself you know and I think there's an assumption that you know the actors in parasite or somehow that's just who they are. They're not actually performing. If you've been in a room with a with Song King Ho you know that that was a heck of a performance. So I think that the assumptions and the appreciation and the value that we give to these performances into these directing Sort of accomplishments is diminished. Because of. WHO's doing it? Someone told me you know. Why are you trying to inject politics politics into these decisions? And it's not that I'm trying to inject politics into it is the politics are already in it. I'd like to see them removed or at least an acknowledgement the extent to which the politics there. We're talking with blacklist Creator Franklin Leonard About this year's Oscar nominations earlier this morning a read a piece in the Guardian about how award. Nominations granted people of Color especially women are often for subservient roles like slaves nannies maids. And that's movies like twelve years a slave that help babble even Roma g think there's some truth in that for the few women and women of color who are recognized they play a certain kinds of part and not another kind of role Yeah I think it's pretty arguable. You look at the list of women of color that have been nominated in London You know I suppose. In theory those nomination is progress because She's not playing a slave. The entire time in actually is playing a freedom fighter rescue slaves but no I look I think that there is again and there are some by a large percentage of certain demographics of American culture and really sort of Western culture culture about what role is appropriate for women specifically women of Color. They are far more comfortable with women in those roles than they are. If you stray too far afield and I suspect Jennifer Lopez playing a stripper gets one over on the men that she is supposed to be dancing for left left. Some significant percentage of members who the Kademi uncomfortable since actors are by far the biggest block of Academy voters. Why do the Oscar? Nominations differ from the screen actors guild. which nominated Jamie Foxx from just mercy the Peter Neon go from us and Jennifer Lopez from hustlers I suspect it's age. I I again this. I'm I'm not an expert on this. You can probably correct me if I'm wrong. But the threshold to join SAG is a lot lower in terms of career accomplishment than the threshold to join the academy and therefore it sort of seems inevitable that the academy voters are probably at least the mean significantly older than your average Sag goater and given the changes that have happened in the industry particularly over the last twenty years. I suspect that has something to do with the different nominations. The academy to a certain extent stint can only recognize movies that get made even if Oscar voters still ignored a lot of great work from underrepresented filmmakers and actors. Now you've worked as a creative executive. I can Hollywood so from where you sat on that side of the table. What needs to change in the kinds of movies that are made and who gets to make them so the academy voters voters at least can pick from a wider pool of eligible performances? Films having the same changes that needs to be made in any hiring environment where there's endemic matthias you know. We need to hire a labor force. That's more representative of the culture. As a whole we need to empower them to tell the stories. If they're most excited about telling we you need to make sure they have the resources to tell those stories well And then I think that combined with the changing demographics of the academy membership. I think you'd see a real shift over time in what gets awarded. I think it's really important to remember that you know the reason this conversation sort of pivots around the academy as bad as the time. I'm during the year when the industry is the most visible to the world and I think that it's the time when you know they're they're they're the most outside pressure can be exerted and it's it's the clearest opportunity community to make these cases right that no women were nominated for best director. It's a lot easier to understand that than it is to understand that ninety percent of the movies that are directed a studios are directed by men by so. I think that that's why this conversation happens around this time of year but the real issue and the one that matters is who Who tells the stories of our time? Do they have the resources to tell them. And do they have the autonomy to tell them as they see fit. So let me ask you this last question. We know that the academy I suspect is probably a little mortified. That only one person of color was nominated in the acting races and that no women were many directors. Is it going to be same as it always was the year from now two years from now. How quickly are we not going to be having this conversation? You know I think that the end of the day we're doing with small data sets and you know the IT. It takes a long time to make movies put movies into the marketplace and then run them through the award season so you know even if everything changed as of today we probably wouldn't be looking at a major change until twenty twenty two and as we all know Those changes tend to be even more glacial than the industry. So it's hard to say you know hopefully within this decade Lord knows. I'm going to do everything to make sure it happens faster. Franklin Leonard is the creator of the blacklist. His piece in the Washington Post is called the twenty twenty Oscar Oscar. Nominations didn't have to look like this. Franklin thanks so much for coming back on the show. Thanks for having
Truth vs. Lies; Teeth
"To pants on. Fire the game show where kids choose between the clean and strong Enamel Komo of truth. And the Media Rosen of lies. I'm your host Deborah Goldstein and in the studio today is our sound Effects Robot Lisa which fans live in studio audience to multiple the total fooled by three. Why are you doing math? I just introduced you. Yes I know live and Studio Yada Yada Yada. I am busy calculating how many vacation days I've earned so I can take a trip to Nigeria to meet my new friend of the prince. Wait a minute would you say I've earned three weeks vacation days. I need lots of time off. The prince wants to show in his palace in his private yacht and his chocolate factory. I promise you'll be able to take lots of vacation but you may not want to go to Nigeria. After we have a little talk about scammers ars so in the meantime don't put any flights and please just tell us how our game works. Every week we bring onto grownups. One is an expert the other UH wait for it. You're going to be scared. You're going to be confused a liar and it's the job of a human child to help us figure out who was soon because no one can spot. What a liar better than a kid? We are lying about teeth hard. Bony structures in the jaw that humans used for chewing and animals animals also use as weapons Lisa. How're robot teeth made? I'm glad you asked robot. Teeth are made from carefully carved coursing and they are programmed to grow until they fall out and then we leave our baby robot teeth under our pillows for the robot tooth fairy. WHO takes our teeth in exchange for a shiny China transistor? Wow that's kinda like humans except we usually get treated or cash in exchange for our baby teeth super weird. You don't get transistors no we. We don't don't get we don't think so. We're going to find out more about teeth in a little bit but first why don't you introduce. Our contestants are human child contest. I is an eight year old. WHO LOVES MOROCCAN COOKIES WITH MINT? Tea Zohar Tar Hara. Welcome to tire I are you. Are you good good. I am well. Thank you for asking that so polite. So I understand from the introduction that you like Moroccan cookies. What a Moroccan cookies tastes like? They're kind of plain. But then when you have them with minty taste really good because you get to diplocay thin the not so you would recommend that combination. We should probably take twenty or thirty minute break and a bunch of cookies. I thought you were going to say we should go to Morocco. Oh So oh you know what I have to go to Nigeria Morocco's nearby no definitely not We want to know more fun. Facts about user Hara okay. But we're going to do do it with a game that we call to truth and ally. Are you ready. You're gonNA tell three facts but two of those facts are going to be true and one is going to be a lie and we you have to guess which one is the lie okay. Let's see how good she is at this all right so hot. Tell us your three facts. I lived in Mexico Co for months for one I have three dogs and I've swing in a slide in my room in your bedroom. Okay WanNa believe that. You're the playground in your room but it does seem unlikely. So what do you think. I just don't think that anyone would need dogs. Three's too many because the one dog like I love you feel emotionally interesting logic. Alright Zohar which one of those spags is a lie. I don't have played on because of dog wouldn't know how to feel note. That is not. Why do you have any dogs? No you don't have any any dogs only to have. The dog died this year. I'm so sorry to hear that last year. What was your dog's name not Moti? I'm sorry to hear about Moti but if you're out there watching from above moti this shows for you so Zohar out. We're about to start a game. But what do you know about teeth. Do you have any yes S.. Do you know a lot about teeth a little bit. Yeah just a little. Do you brush your teeth. You Hug your teeth now. Say It's important to hug your teeth. Who says that the tiny dentists? I got a tiny dentists and go in your mouth and hugs not no. I don't think that's true. You can find them in tiny any dentist dot com. Our first expert is Dr Natasha Matthias. Please introduce yourself Heisel Hi Sahara. My Name is Dr Natasha Matthias and I am a dentist for kids. Thank you TASHA. Let's meet our second expert. Dr Benjamin Engine Circus Benjamin. Please use yourself Heizo Hara. I'm Ben or Dr Ben I'm an orthodontist and I'm here to answer any questions you I love. Thank you very much shuts. It sounds like you've been brushing up on your sound files lease that same file as always but okay. Okay okay thank you. Yes that's when we put our experts on the hot seat while they answer questions. Lisa who should we put on the hot seat. I Dr. You're Benjamin Circus. Because he likes to party does He. Yeah I mean his first name has been jamming. He's been Jaman and I'm sure he's never heard that before or Zohar. What is your first question for? Dr Ben what's the hardest part of your job. That's a great question and I think the hardest part of my job is that people don't like coming into my office. Oh it's probably because all the mouth pain no I think that's a pretty big misconception. As an orthodontist what I like to do is try and make people comfortable with the process because most of what we're doing is trying to help ensure for it could hurt sometimes and sometimes it may not feel the best but we want people to enjoy their smile when they leave so for us. It's really important. Wouldn't that you actually like coming in so for me. It's hard that people are afraid of the dentist or afraid of going to their orthodontist. Yeah that would be difficult to have a job where people are afraid of you unless issue like people to be afraid of you right Lisa you have that job. I'm pretty new dimmer. No you are not. Don't tell people that poking me okay so hard you have another question yet on. This is for both of them actually okay. What our teeth made of dreams? So t the made of very hard calcified material almost similar to your bones there are several ever layers in your teeth. The hardest layers on the outside and that's called in a mall and that is the only part of your body that Khan freely repair itself. Your bone can repair itself the next layer within that the Denton database itself as well and then the very inside site. The core of your tooth is what most people call the root canal. Adad is where the blood and the nerve lies though if that is in some way affected affected. That's when you get a toothache can be most of what doctrines Tasha said is true but actually isn't the hardest layer of if your teeth. It's actually one of the softest see part of the reason. Animal can't repair itself as well. Rested twos is made out of calcified bone and you have a calcium based the enamel layer actually has an arrogant bay. So that's a little bit harder to repair but it's a softer material sting. All right right so hard. You have some more questions this Dr Ban Have you ever been bitten or like her at work or something. I have many times. surreally these kids. No that's not true so I wish I could say that I hadn't but unfortunately I have had some pretty Negative experiences so part of my job as an orthodontist is to put braces on people right. You know have braces. Yeah and when you do that a lot of time before you put the braces on you have to take a mold of the patient's mouth so that you can make sure you outfit. The braces the best way possible and that mold is basically putting silly putty in your mouth and so sometimes different patients don't like the procedure which is called an opt to Laka uh-huh and when you put the mold in their mouth they might gag or by or not feel
"matthias" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast
"Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico Tim catch beer guy's radio on WBZ W I radio one every Saturday at one am local time now let's get back to talk with Brian Favor in cal- Mathias of dishes brewing company guys you'd mentioned when we're talking last segment segment there. We talked a little bit about people being calorie conscious in their alcoholic beverage choices and something I noticed that kind of ties into something we want to talk about a new flavored malt beverage you have modified theory and one of the things I saw in the announcement article for that was that deschutes suits research showed that a lot of people did comment that they're not calorie conscious whether twos and alcohol beverages so there is still a good group out there that doesn't like Brian Though yes celebrate yeah but so the modified theory looks like this kind of goes to the different direction with with some of the other products are out there right now. Can you tell us about that yeah so these are beverages that are designed to be old and just about every way color flavor aroma anything you can think of and just kind of designed for you know the person you might not might not necessarily be craft beer drinker but still want something. Maybe a little bit more than just hard alcohol or you know. Have you talked about earlier the white claws and all that that's out there something that delivers a little bit more of a unique flavor and so we have three different flavors on the book for that line of products currently in those are teach-in lime and a gavee Toronto in orange in Vanilla in the northwest Burien lavender. That's something that it is decidedly not a hard seltzer correct doc definitely not I would you know close yeah. I would say yeah and just add to that. It's one hundred percent so you know all natural no preservatives. It's all mall based so we're not adding just a neutral grain spirit insists and carbonated water so we're ruined this permenant at like we would any other beer all right. I'm intrigued. I I would try to down to try because I if I see correctly. This is going to be positioned. Somewhat as a can cocktail somewhat is a mix Sir something you can drink on its own you kind of a big drivers to say you know. Can we develop something and really leverage. It's just you know our coal Inari background to say hey. Here's a beverage by itself. That's great. You can have this Iraq's. He could you know look to mix six in your favorite spirit so you know actually the teach in line. Aim and Tequila seems like a good pairing. The Toronto Orange Bourbon urban seems to make a lot of sense and I guess if you're vodka person probably a bit for the Marion Berry lavender all right all your Yam becky's he's on board. She's going to trial and so now you need to dust off the slushy machines and have those going tavern on everything else. slushie machine Nessie fruited goes as Berliners. I mean like this seems like it's calling or is this y'all for. Have you guys seen the one of our burs Mexico hope you months ago and he's like Oh man. He's like you ever had a iceberg and he said it was like just you know a Mexican lager in glass that they would put up like a dollop all up frozen Margarita top yeah. We have to do something or not berries. I think Restaurants Toronto I've seen it Mexican restaurants do that well. The porter does it well. I think it just call them slushy toppers. You'll get a beer. You'll get a pills nor any other beer and you get a Maga the beer but then you also get a top or a slushy of that beer so I guess the short answer is yes just little different execution. There I remember hearing about but I've never tried it. I had in my mind the where you get the Margarita and they had little harness the hold the beer and I'm like yeah yeah. I've had a lot of those different things so we're all about the fun stuff with like we love good quality craft and drinking that but we're not opposed rose to the novel float this Law Sean softener that we'll give it a shot absolutely. I think it's interesting yeah I mean in even this line in this concept zapped look at you know like a suits that's been around for over thirty one years and very strong and and craft ruin and making Great Beers ears and I I think a lot of us lot of breweries that have been around are really trying to find a way to how do we adapt to the market market that we're in today. Yeah definitely interesting times for sure. It's a hugely changing market and we see here. You know people are going to their neighborhood places. I'd mentioned earlier guys we had some law changes here in Georgia over the last couple of years and the biggest one for us now is direct sales at our berries which we couldn't do two years ago so so we've just now got where we have some small breweries open for on premise sales you know before that didn't make any sense because everything had to go through a distributor but but you know the drink local has become an even more and more local people that drink local thing. I think that resonates with brewers were were huge advocates of that and your local brews making great beer why once you support him but you know it's like at the same time. I'm we feel that the beer coming out shoots and we'll we're making is probably some of the best stuff around that you can find so that's our advantage right there well. That's something that we've kind of noticed. There's a lot of great beer out there and what are some things that you guys do cut it to keep it moving forward because people are looking at that AH drink local when you have a I imagine being in deschutes physician right now is one of the trickier positions in the beer world to continue forward momentum yeah yeah yeah I can definitely be tough as larger guy. Just you know it takes a little bit longer. Steer a bigger ship right but there's continent invasion going on in the pilot plant that I'm responsible for or and also our pubs and Portland and Ben is well a lot of freedom there a ton of great ideas flowing in from our co-owners here that helped me deciding died in what to put on the Bruce Schedule next but you know for example this does Kinda show like are Nimble Nests in recent times. Today we actually bottled our first round of Reserve Club Beers which we just put out a call flora couple of weeks back and got pretty huge reception for that so idea behind that being that at least initially initially people in Oregon can receive some one off early age products on the first one that we're releasing there is a single cask abyss until we bottle all day today and that should be heading out to those folks who got selected for the Reserve Club here pretty shortly and then you know potentially spinning off that you know maybe some small can runs which which is much more nascent in its stages right now not quite sure where that's ahead it will or not but I started looking into that as well so we can sort of do that more direct to consumer sort of point of sale as opposed to just seemed shoots in bars and cursory stores. Okay you know that ties into a question that I wanted to ask you about I was looking through your list of beers that you'd put on tap and I saw that you guys made a goose in the past. Is that going to be something. You're going to be doing again or method traditional. I guess is what they would prefer to say but a goose style beer. I'm wondering if that's something you're going to work into that program or just release more in the future. I would say potentially. I don't see there's any like a hardcore plans. Necessarily to release a stylized Alex Moffat leads me to another thing that we're doing to sort of lend itself innovation and that's or calling pilot draft series so that's that'll come come out next year again in some of our and one of our key markets that's going to be as you know a couple of beers whether that'd be abuser user not that have come through the pile plan that have gotten really good reception. We're GONNA work with you know our sales folks to decide upon what what's our beers they wanna see that we taking releasing their markets and they think would be successful and you know allow folks in those markets to see us do something that you know maybe haven't done quite some time yeah and I think we're a little gun on shy to on the the whole news almost so what we saw the STOIC so we have a beer out there called the aid that we referred to as Jews inspired inspired careful big carefully and now that's one I was looking at us. Oh my God they did. They did one called. you know the ages so a ED. I was intrigued by that yeah using fired yeah sprinkler right yeah. The thing is I think the people that win here the consumer because as we get all these choices from all these breweries absolutely I agree you're listening to the beer guy's radio show we do need to take another break but we'll be back very soon to talk more with shoes as borough owner or taproom manager. 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Leaving Gaza enclave for surgery still an issue, says UNRWA Director
"Hundreds killed and more than thirty thousand injured so far during the Gaza Israel, border protests than is the great March of return, many Palestinians and are facing future of lifelong disability and able to get the treatment, they need referring to the devastating impacts in human terms, Matthias schmila, director of the UN relief agency for Palestine refugees, or unra has warned in an interview with you a news that local hospitals, do not have the capacity to deal with the most serious health cases with forty percent of requests for permits to leave Gaza for treatment denied by Israel last month during a visit to UN headquarters in New York to highlight the upcoming pledging conference for unwrap on the twenty fifth of June, Mr schmolly spoke to my Yakub of our you a news, Arabic service, well, sadly, the situation has not significantly changed. We continue to have huge expressions of solidarity from Member States, including during my day and a half year in New York, as you might know and. We might come back to this. There is an annual pledging conference phone or at the end of June, and we really will need to see firm, pledges by the end of June because otherwise as the Commissioner general said, it will we will have to look at some serious consequences in terms of our operations. How is this situation on the ground for the people in Gaza in the current context of the Friday's demonstration or what is known the great mar of returns and the violence at the water with the great March of return, which has happened mainly on Fridays, but in recent weeks also on other days in recent months? It started at the end of March last year. So we've seen over a year of this. It's had had a devastating impact in human terms. There are over thirty thousand people injured, with live, seven thousand of which would live ammunition. And many of the people hit with live munition are facing now living with lifelong disabilities. Some are not able to work anymore. So they've lost their income and livelihood as a result, there's also been two hundred people killed in this year. Plus, thirty of whom at least we're all NRA students students in. Our schools, again, the impact is devastating not just in terms of injury and loss of life. But also in psychological terms. I think people have really you can feel it people are struggling with the consequences of, of this, not least, because so far, it has really brought nothing. You know, the, the main result of the great machos over return have been these injuries and killings. But there has been no significant achievement of the original goals, which was, you know, the March is called the great macho return. So it's about Justice for refugees, and ending the blockade and both of them have not been achieved. I want to focus also on the health situation coating Jamie McGoldrick of CIA an his last briefing in Geneva, he mentioned cases of imputation infection bone infection led to more than one twenty invitations. Now, we know on what is providing primary healthcare services, right? I'm assuming you. Don't have the capacity to deal with those cases. What do you do in this case you send them away? Do you transferred them? I mean, I think most people, you know, Gaza is such a small place of two million people. So everyone knows everything, and who does what so people knew that we, we run as own primary healthcare centres. So those who were severely wounded went to hospitals. There were few came to our health centers with gunshot wounds. And I have to say, I've met some of them are nurses, practical, nurses, did he roic work. They are not trained and equipped to remove bullets from people, but they did so and, and they saved lives. But the, the majority of the cases, went to hospitals one rather than throughout twenty two primary healthcare centres, we deal with the after care, so many of the people who go to on spills to get treated initially come to us for after treatment redressing of wounds for physical. Therapy. That's a big issue for the seven thousand people shot with live ammunition, and for psychological support. Now back to the quote of Jamie McCall dre, it's very clear that Gaza's hospitals. Do not have the capacity to deal with all these very serious cases at particular issue also is reconstructive surgery. And it's very clear that if those people need to be properly should be properly supported man, some of them will have to leave Gaza to go to the West Bank, or Jordan, or Turkey. Well, that's a good question. They have to get a permit from the Israeli authorities and sadly, soul are that there has been far from adequate numbers of permits. Granted for these cases. This is happening in the overall context of the Israelis being at times rather difficult in granting permits for medical reasons. So the great March, of course, is the most extreme and most prominent case, but I just. The other day heard of the sister over colleague, thank it was his sister who, who was fifty three years old suffering from cancer, who needs to regularly, go to the West Bank to get cancer treatment. And while she had permits she all of a sudden was denied a permit. So what I'm trying to say is the, the access to the leaving Gaza for medical treatment, is, is an issue. The World Health Organization monitors, this very carefully on, on a monthly basis publishes statistics. I think in the last month some forty percent of the requests for permits where denied which is high now that we spoke about challenges. I know that the unware provide many services for the Palestinian freeze all over in particular, what has been achieved. Thanks to honor was service on the ground. Well, let me answer that question I by pointing to the scale of what we do at least seventy percent of Gaza's two million. Inhabitants. So that means at least one point four million people are Palestine refugees for these for these seventy percent or more of the population. We are the biggest quasi public service provider. We run two hundred seventy four schools and there's two hundred eighty thousand children in those schools right now. Now you ask for achievements. I y we regularly look at the results of our education work. And, you know, this is done, also by external independent parties like the World Bank or the ministry of education when residents regularly outperformed government schools, and even private scores. That's one result, you know that we have generations of educated, Palestine refugee, children with a very solid acknowledged education. Another result, I think is our or another achievement is our primary healthcare work as I mentioned before we have twenty two health centers. And there are amazing. Success stories, too. So let let me tell you in about one particular case, which was a child that came with being suicidal in our and our health, staff is trained notice to address wounds, or, you know, stomach ache or something, they can also detect psychological issues and the staff at this particular health center, where this boy showed up saved his life because they understood his problem was psychological, and they referred him to the right people. I met him a few months ago. He now, paints pictures and has found his Reno his, his joy in life Bank. So then there are many stories also of helping people with noncommunicable diseases lifestyle diseases are health stuff, does a fantastic job there. So the achievement here is keeping the Palestine refugee population healthy. And that's that's a significant achievement. In the circumstances of Gaza, I can recall, also a story that I heard a very recently about Jamila. Futile, poem. That's another. No. I think we often get criticized. Thank you for mentioning that we get criticized that in our schools. We teach hatred and violence, and it the opposite is the truth. You know, we, we really tried to incorporate into our teaching human rights, aspects and peace aspects, you know, and the majority of the children and teachers, I meet are peace loving people who just want a normal dignified
Judge won't expedite case for "ISIS bride"
"In ballots in Alabama woman who joined ISIS has lost the first round in her legal fight to return to the US with her son. Federal judge in Washington today denying a request to consider holding Matthias case on an emergency basis. Lawyer Charles swift says he was disappointed by the ruling, but understands the judges possession. We're certainly concerned about her continued position in the camp. And if something changes that record that would overcome that will file a another request with the court in the Trump administration fighting to prevent Muthanna is
"matthias" Discussed on KNSS
"Taken comb, the others Matthias only one Mark Levin, and you can call him any seven seven three eight one three one one. Now before we jump back into the law here. You've been hearing Democrats media types and Republicans saying, well, if the Democrats take control they'll use this for the second amendment and guns and climate change. Ladies and gentlemen, that is exactly why the president and his lawyers are not doing what the Democrats the media in some of these Republicans say, he's not steamrolling anything. He's triggering the law and then in order to support what he wants to do. He has to look at other laws that congress has also passed for funding. He's doing this by the book. If a democrat would it become president of the United States among all the other problems, we would have and the democrat says, you know, what we've got a lot of shooting going on here. So I'm going to I'm going to change the second amendment son respects either through the back door a frontal attack on it with a national emergency declaration. You can't change the constitution with any kind of declaration or any kind of statute. So that would clearly be unconstitutional yet. They tried to do this all the time. They don't leave President Trump to create some kind of phony precedent that they're declaring how about climate change climate change is a national emergency. So I'm going to assert blah, blah, blah. Well, what are you gonna do? Once you asserted you're gonna start nationalizing our industries, what are you going to do? They won't get away with that. That's not going to happen. This law is not intended to be a poor through. Through which the left can do whatever it wants to do. They're still other laws. They're still the constitution and you must comply with them. The president is complying with them. That's why ought not create any kind of precedent. But the Democrats don't need precedent. They just kicked the damn door down, and do whatever the hell they wanna do a wealth tax is unconstitutional. Dear anybody talk about that other than me a seventy to ninety percent marginal rate tax after your first dollar after ten nine or they're so confused. They don't even know how to how how would apply. They don't need the president to legitimately use the national burn she's act to push that agenda there. Green new deal, which is utterly unconstitutional. They don't care about the constitution. They just use it when they think the ends justify the means. That's all because they know we'll have a few jackasses on our side who fall for it. I believe in the constitution. I've spent my life defending it and explaining it and promoting it. This is not unconstitutional. I don't care. How many stupid illiterate ill informed or uninformed politicians say otherwise?.
"matthias" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Her music with the international contemporary ensemble and her band called to foot yard and on recordings. We've heard her in bands like the Sleepytime gorilla museum and this group. Tin hat, formerly known as the tin hat trio. In fact, that's how we I got to know Carla Kihlstedt and those were largely west coast, but in recent years Carla and her husband, the drummer and composer Matthias bossy have moved east to Cape Cod, and that has dramatically impacted their music most notably in a song cycle called black inscription, which we are going to sample on this edition of new sounds. I'm John Shafer Carla Kihlstedt status here. We'll talk through the remarkable backstory to this song cycle. But first, here's a here's one from the archives from the band. Tin hat, and featuring text by the poet e Cummings here's Carla Kihlstedt singing, the song called little I. A little bit of the album called the rain is a handsome animals setting of e e Cummings poetry by the band. Tin hat, featuring Carla Kihlstedt on violin and vocals now that takes us back to twenty twelve but Karla is here to bring us up to speed on a more recent project done in collaboration with fellow composers Matthias bossy.
"matthias" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D
"And buy everything you possibly needed in terms of household furnishings. So he he was truly inventive that way. And we know he had special talent that may be exceeded those humble beginnings and in a place like Ali that he was really looking for a much bigger pond to realize that potential. He had according to England he's items top notch and his with heaving. He's elaborate and decorative designs with snapped up by the elites of British society. Thanks to his book, the director, the Chippendale named traveled abroad, an ode of came in from the colonies the shows other curator fem ca Spielberg describes the famous chunky book. What is so interesting about it is it's size. The fact that it is such a big tone which was completely unprecedented in England before that there were several other people who published some furniture designs in the seventeen forties. Thia stock. Henry Copeland Matthias Darlie who would become Chippendales business partner, but they were all very modest publications. They had six or twelve designs giving you a sample of what you might want to buy or have made. But nothing had been that comprehensive. And what we think that shipping to look towards actually kind of books that were published on the continent of the same time, which we call the The cat. catalogs which are books of the entire of one furniture maker of all things they make throughout their entire life. So that's thirty forty fifty years of of workmanship in one book, and they often published after someone died or really towards the end of their careers. And the amazing thing is that Chippendale basically starts his career by saying I can design just as many things, and I haven't even started by business yet. So I have that many ideas of plenty of ideas for you. So come to me, of course, publishing designs does present a problem. Chippendales work was imitated relentlessly. Thanks to that..
"matthias" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Meteorologist Dave Samuel, beautiful weather out there with plenty of sunshine, and we'll have that sun throughout the afternoon. Just Augusta breeze. It's the only fly in the temperatures mild for early November. Your high will be sixty two this afternoon. It will turn chilly tonight, but not bad for November the low forty five the breeze will diminish early on tomorrow, mostly sunny, a little cooler wind with a high of fifty five Friday will have increasing clouds rain will develop during the afternoon that could be heavy at times as we head into the evening Friday, high fifty three that your dry out over the weekend. But it looks blustery and cold with highs only in the forties. Fifty eight degrees right now with sunshine at central park, and it's going up to sixty two and midtown I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Dave Samuel on New York's weather station. Tented wins wins. News time eleven fifty three and other scandal for the Catholic church in New Jersey. The Reverend Douglas Hafner the twenty-seven year pastor of Saint Matthias church in Franklin township resigned last week after being accused. Taking five hundred thousand dollars from his parishes coffers Bishop James Checchi o of the diocese touch and released a statement that said Hafner confessed to compulsive behaviors and expressed his sorrow for letting his prisoners down the Somerset county prosecutor's office is investigating masked bandits have been targeting to MTA facilities, the grand avenue, bus depot, and queens and the Jackie Gleason depot in Brooklyn. But it's not what you think the New York Post says the bandits or aggressive raccoons who threaten workers who fear. They may get bitten by a rabid animal and also threatened stray cats who live at the depots workers say they've complained to the MTA, but nothing's been done. The MTA had no immediate comment at a waffle house, Alabama an epic fail, and you imagine the guy here plotting his crime. I will go to the bathroom, then I'll take off my pants, then I'll use the pants to tie the bathroom door shot. Then I'll climb onto the ceiling and steal all the money. That's what police outside Birmingham, Alabama say a guy did. But instead of stealing all the money he fell through the ceiling and into the dining room where he fought with people eating. They. Tried to hold him down wearing only his underpants. He fled guess what? He had forgotten. His driver's license was the pants back in the bathroom. Here's a shocker police. Think that drugs might have been involved correspondent, Cheri Preston. Reporting. Fifty eight degrees. We have sunny skies. The humidity forty-nine percent, the Windsor west.
"matthias" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Ward and Ed Clements to. Seven on, NewsRadio, KLBJ He's back with you now because when it comes to the fight for truth thought never stops I. Wanted to completely change things up here folks. And just spend some time on what really matters I know that we have all this today I mean the political infighting, and all the nastiness is is an extreme which is saying a lot given the current climate but I saw this courtesy of. Actually the New York Times which still does do some very good reporting and some good writing Here and there but it's a, story of a five year old boy named Garrett Michael Matthias who came home one day and had would look like a stroke According to his, mother who said that his face was partially paralyzed and it turned out that he had a very, rare form of inoperable cancer and then five year. Old Garrett Matthias had to go through the battle with this rare, form of cancer one that he eventually lost but he left behind his own He's, own obituary which has been shared All, over the place now and it's a it's a five year olds view of, his life and what matters and I I. Wanted to share with you this show this is young Garrett struggling fighting against cancer and what he wrote as his as his. Own obituary and, it's and it's online.
Volkswagen CEO Matthias Müller is reportedly going to be replaced — Quartz
"Nuclear deal after president trump's decision to pull out and pr's peter kenyon reports are on is demanding guarantees it can keep trading europe and elsewhere the us was missing from today's meeting of the countries that negotiated the nuclear agreement following trump's announcement that unless iran meets a dozen stringent conditions he will reimpose us sanctions iran contends that by pulling out the us violated the deal and that argument has widespread agreement among the five countries left the uk france germany russia and china a senior iranian official says tehran expects to continue to do good business with the russians in chinese but europe needs to find a way to protect its companies from us sanctions if they keep doing business in iran peter kenyon npr news vienna commerce department says durable goods orders fell one point seven percent last month much of that was due to a double digit decline in orders for civilian aircraft a mix end of the week on wall street the dow is down fifty eight points the nasdaq closed up nine points today you're listening to npr are while salaries for most americans have been relatively flat last year was apparently a good time to be a ceo according to data from ecuador company that among other things analyzes executive compensation ceo pay last year rose by eight and a half percent that puts the median pay package of the average ceo halford more than half earn less at around eleven point seven million dollars that pay 'bout matches the increased ceos received in two thousand sixteen when looking at salary stock options and other compensation based on the analysis the average ceo makes about one hundred sixty four times meeting pay of the average worker the the european union is put sweeping online privacy laws into place that's because of some us sites which have now shut down on the continent and peers shahani reports europe expanded with counts as personal data to include a devices gps location and ip address and spelt out new rights over that data for example residents of the eu can demand a company delete whatever's been stored about them now.
"matthias" Discussed on The Awkward Human Survival Guide
"We've gotten some text messages but no one's calling you're an awkward it hasn't happened in a while so we would really love to hear questioning your voice in your own words now i've been asked specifically i've been bad about promoting our shop and all the stuff that we've been making which is stupid because i put a lot of time into it and i'm not the only one the matthias found out that we have challenged coins from the show called the future literally the future and another project that we did a while ago that actually have something soon and i pretty much finished a big part of yesterday that there's more of that but anyway we have challenged stickers shirts we have i think there's a pair of socks i don't remember what else their stuff tote bags everything stickers blow yeah games in rio mall yes matthias was like why why didn't you tell me a challenge i feel like i did mention that before but the coins and doug coins to yeah doug how doug spoke with w still dog you don't say how you say a w is all not how spell da wg dog he knows it you can't there's not really a spelling for dow i mean maybe it's like the that's very important conversation it is kinda hot i feel pale i feel like cold on the inside on the outside you know when you're about to throw up the shop.
VW's Diess to retain brand duties as group CEO
"Obama library right now sir david adjei has stunted african american history museum in in washington dc these are incredibly talented incredibly smart people were hoping that they really inspire our community moving forward i i would love for this process to inspire a generation of architects and landscape architects from the city of detroit and we're hopefully we can make some of those things happen now this isn't the final stage they're still looking for funding to complete the project in there will also be public input reporting live and local in downtown detroit vicki thomas w w j newsradio nine fifty all right thank you vicki wbz news time now twelve o five there could be a change at the top at volkswagen reports out of germany say that vw ceo matthias mueller could be exiting replaced by volkswagen brand chief hermann dev's volkswagen had said earlier it was looking at overhauling its management structure to improve efficiency mueller became volkswagen ceo after martin winterkorn exited due to the diesel crisis www beat reporter jeff gilbert says volkswagen is not commenting on those reports the roads are so bad in this mccone county suburb ww chase charlie langton says it may consider an additional tax just to fix them tonight at the sterling heights city hall there'll be a special meeting to discuss whether voters would approve a special assessment to fix roads in sterling heights it would cost ninety two dollars per homeowner some of the roads that would be fixed would be van dyke from eighteen and a half mile to m fifty nine mile road fourteen to eighteen mile as well but steve goudie he's from sterling heights he says it might be a tough sell not the ninety two it's the they don't maintain the roads so we're going to give the money they're still not gonna maintain them that special budget meeting begins at six thirty tonight at the sterling heights city hall reporting from sterling heights charlie langton wj newsradio nine fifty with the season coming to an end later this week and with a piston set to finish below five hundred once again it looks like changes on the horizon with more he is wwe jay's tony ortiz in talking with reporters last night owner tom gores confirmed changes will be made this off season after the pistons missed the playoffs for.
Volkswagen to replace CEO with VW brand chief: sources
"Reporter jeff gilbert joining us live with the latest jeff welcome feeling pretty healthy this morning right there are reports out of germany the volkswagen ceo matthias mueller is on his way out to be replaced by volkswagen brand chief herbert dis no comment yet from volkswagen which had said earlier it could replace mueller as part of a management overhaul to boost efficiency and the mueller was willing to participate in the management changes miller became volkswagen ceo when his predecessor martin winterkorn left his position due to the.
"matthias" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"You would love it if you're going to do it yeah i am a broke college student i can only eat at the calf okay but there's things you can eat at the calf because their fruit and vegetables asparagus vero points boring but siebel weight watchers does for you and they are not a sponsor right now it makes you go grab the things that ours eero points like the grilled chicken in the cafeteria or the fruit or the veteran how many points print fries i depends on how big the french fries are having you must choose one large fries or small fis go large fries girl i know that's my girl i know all right summer's on the way we'll figure it out but you know what what if we don't lose weight who cares even if you do wait you gotta let yourself have days where you just eat whatever the hell you want to through sunday look i let myself chocolate every single day care is chocolate yesterday i had more than a piece but then just embrace my roles matthias but we were in college get a lot of rahman i don't actually think it's a myth i eat a lot of dried seaweed i think it's with the the i over eat it that's the problem eight well look we love you just the way you are you hang out with me on the beach and there's no judgment at all is out this is why i love going to the pool or the beach with with other people like me who are not in great shape because i i can relax.
"matthias" Discussed on TEDTalks (audio)
"This ted talk features business developer matthias mullen beck recorded live at ted at merck cagey a darmstadt germany twenty seventeen by twenty fifty the world population will reach nearly ten billion and food production will need to grow by seventy percent what if artificial intelligence could help farmers are already using it to help increase crop yields watson and the ibm cloud provide access to whether data and analyze satellite imagery to help them monitor soil moisture levels and reduce water waste so as the population grows more food can be put on tables let's put smart to work find out how at ibm dot com slash smart it's four am in the morning i'm waking up in a boston hotel room and can only think of one thing tooth pain one of my ceramic enlists fell off the evening before five hours later i'm sitting in a dentist's chair but instead of having a repair of my in lay so that i can get rid of my pain the dentist pitches me on the advantages of titanium implant surgery ever heard of that it essentially means to replace a tooth by an artificial one that is screwed into your jaw estimated costs for the implant surgery may add up to ten thousand dollars replacing this inlet before would come at eight hundred us dollars was it my health well the money that could be earned with me that was the biggest concern for my dentist as it turned out my experience wasn't an isolated case a study by us national newspaper estimated that in the united states up to thirty percent of all surgical procedures including stan pacemaker implantations he replacements and utah reuss removals were conducted although other nonsurgical treatment options had not been fully exploited by the physician in charge.
"matthias" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"Stay purdue i'm on the phone i'm out on a house the as he i think is missing worried about will have stayed progifter is not worried about their highest 85 seed i am also worried about michigan be in the fourseat upsetting one seed uh you know i am like mitch get say the two teams and then i think there's a significant drop off and then i think it's purdue new hires than on the same level yeah all right it's time let's get into some kolya some khaga discussion we have we have a handful days to touch on moscow guy first spring mcl uh gavin matthias gavin from uh from notre dame ribs them on the knee uh and he goes down hard i thought he was actually severely her with away way went down and he's grabbing his knee the trainers are out there he has taken off his limping people are freaking out on free online no knockout guy and it turns out he's okay uh or at least we have a little quote but he basis he says a my knee hurts like hell that was an exact quote and then the next question he's asked if he's gonna play on thursday apparently going to wear a brace and he says i feel one hundred percent ready to go now this is what we call a classic contradiction so this is a cow guy update with contradictions and i this why i don't believe in percentage of health when you when you say my knee hurts like hell and you have a spike in oil and you're trying a brace but other than that i'm 100 percent this sale like hey my knee herds i'm worried about race i'm probably like eighty five percent.
"matthias" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Go to work screener role wagner gets a switch since the now farms dribble through the paint loses the basketball that has knocked out of bounds dakota matthias dives on the forecourt he hits it out and michigan will have three seconds to get a shot on a baseline in books is doing a nice job when he gets switched up on simpson simpson like i'm said a reluctance shooter did hit a 3 in the in the second half that's not what he wants to do he's trying to just beat you would quickness and he's backing out backing up and put his second consecutive time simpson kind of lost the ball because he's moving too quickly the rapid civil throw it it puts michigan gets faulkner bockner steps out sticks that was lugar quite a bit of iran says the hand was in a space and it's fifty six forty two michigan with a lead over perdue under twelve networks sees a good hawk drive took a pass could break down the pain he missed it i'd nights tepid by no sale eastern who gets up and find the space for the daylight just one perdue thinks they got to figure out offense lee moba nerve hits an open three and then gets a tip gets a turnaround shot clock expiring three a twelve point michigan lead eleven and a half to play deep on the wing michigan being patient this timesuck walked down the nine bobbitt ali abdul rachman at one on one against dakota matthias drives it just stop loses the basketball that steps in invades away a jumper good defense by perdue not the shot young we aren't gonna want rebound the knows l easter corporate is spin dribble back in the midst the shot but draws the foul nearly got a chance at a 3point play you'll be on the foul line with eleven minutes to play michigan leads purdue fifty six forty four time out at the garden you're listening to the big ten tournament championship game on compass media networks the nation's fastest growing sports network.
"matthias" Discussed on The Schmidt List
"Hello and welcome to the smith list the podcast for people dedicated to managing successful projects developing impactful products and building engage teams and now here's your host kurt schmidt low and welcome to episode eighteen of the schmidt list on today's show i'm talking to user experience professional and renaissance man jason schneider also with me is dave matthias entrepreneur volunteer and product management specialist we attempt to answer the question who owns the user u x or product spoiler alert it's both but sometimes these two roles can find friction on the product building journey jason dave and i share our experiences in how to make these two important roles work better together i enjoyed this conversation immensely and i hope you do too all right well first of all i want to thank everybody for joining us today today i have dave matthias and i also have jason schneider so dave once you give us a little backstory on who you are and what you doing these days yeah so thanks for having me here off so yeah dave thias i play at the intersection of what i say product management customer experience analytics so that's really where i you know my sweet spot but my background tends to be a little bit more on the product side so that's the angle were sort of that first lens that i put myself under so what i'm doing nowadays little this little that is as good product person rate so right now one of the things i'm working on is putting together a program on critical data thinking and communication at mankato state it's actually in our donald cation so that's actually been kicked off next month so it's something that's taking a lot of time right now but so that's that's what i was working on earlier today before coming here and jason tells a little bit about what you're up to you these days will.
"matthias" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Good do this on leg dan mom sza on thursday vessel brought that up mm no linnea miller the genetic dry may crazy day ever timothy he brings matthias i just want to make you mind if come again what may legally but gasoline sowa she it may not what they consider you go in lethal drew i have only have the new government make business be i'm ben lin.
"matthias" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Good do this on leg dan mom sza on thursday vessel brought that up mm no linnea miller the genetic dry may crazy day ever timothy he brings matthias i just want to make you mind if come again what may legally but gasoline sowa she it may not what they consider you go in lethal drew i have only have the new government make business be i'm ben lin.
"matthias" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
"What's yeah that's who they actually want they don't even want matthias which is why they kill him so quickly she's cuanto basically yeah wow they eventually move things through the nose zone which is you know it should be really amazing right like this is the part of the world that noone lives in that what's wrong with it well i dunno there's green fog yeah you're you're put on a gas mask and then he near fine yeah i didn't understand this part of the movie very well and it kinda got me to be confusing and maybe you guys can figure it out so when they captured house earned the beginning with his dream is when they get key gets captured right and that's what these dreaming about in the beginning of the movie so the capture me given this new identity and they implant image cya mind somehow they tell him debt inside of quaid's head is the key to turning off all the robot so they can therefore invade a kill coast all i forgot about that plot point i i'm glad that ended up being allied because that was dumb as hell do right so that turns out it was a red herring to ferret out matthias to kill him and then there are still use the terrorist group as an excuse to invade the colony even though the terrorist group is defeated my question is this i don't understand if how her finds out he was going to infiltrate the resistance for kohei gign then he finds out he turns on cohesion because he fall in love with jessica beal so that instead of killing him they take him away which is what his dream was about and they give him a new identity should do.