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"may june last year" Discussed on Sky News Daily

Sky News Daily

07:16 min | Last month

"may june last year" Discussed on Sky News Daily

"Katyn phil southwell and now onto their fourth wedding date but delaying again is not an option for them. We met at the university of reading together. Fellow was working that. What for many many years and i was there as an it consultant brought in to do a very large it revamp and all of the directed had said. He's a very difficult customer. He's a nightmare to deal with particularly big. it projects. So i obviously took things a little bit too far. Because i ended up marrying god task terminal cancer while she legally married in two thousand and nineteen celebration with those dear to her means the world. I wasn't particularly interested in meeting. Somebody finding someone i know there's that adage of oh when you stop looking someone's just around the corner and that was actually completely true. I didn't expect to find somebody in Want to my house with them and move in together and get married. But i that i did set him quite a challenge for engagement. He did an engagement. Treasure hunt for me which ended in the proposal so Yeah i did set the bar high. What what did that involve. The treasure hunt dejected. War travel around reading and well. We started off with quite small things mostly around reading. Actually in the fine eater is in in reading and we did further affairs some of the things. We're little silly things that i had to work out from going to the cinema to something or going out for male but it ended with a trip to vancouver in canada to where he'd go a jewelry designer to make my engagement ring for him so we went all the way to vancouver to meet her all round writing with a small detour vancouver thrown in just a just a little pop across the ocean. What was what was the early days of the relationship like you said you know. He was a difficult customer to tell us about his personality. What do you like about. I really recommend that when people meet someone at work they are completely different outside of work. I have to say so. He's a tough guy in work. And he's an absolute teddy bear outside of what complete opposite so for me. He's one of the brightest people. I think i've ever met in my life. He did his own levels early two years early. He's one of those people and did extra masks because he loved math so much. Why not do. Another max qualification. So he's super super brainy interested in everything you can ask him. Anything about science astronomy even football And he'll will know something about it. The answer about it So i think it was his. He's brains as well as his looks attracted me to him. Great for the pub quiz team. It sounds like What what are speaking about that. I mean is that one of your interests what you like to do together. Quizzes is one of them actually fell very annoying later his colleagues. I'm sure but lots of people who he works alongside on various different projects. They have a regular pub quiz and he seems to win quite frequently much to the upset of other people. We have just got into gardening. So that's been our lockdown thing. We moved house during the pandemic at today. And we've ended up with a beautiful garden but knew nothing about gardening out to do anything so we've been teaching ourselves from scratch as to how you go about creating something beautiful from from not much. I'm sure gone looks great now right so when did when did you realize wended counselor come into the story so we got engaged in october. Two thousand nineteen and flew high managua's diagnosed with incurable rest. Cancer two weeks later. So poor fail has never had any of the in house part of vows. It's been in sickness for the hallway. Through so i started chemo in november twenty nineteen and we were advised to get married pretty quickly. I was quite shocked by that. Because i thought they meant you know i only had a couple of months to live but i think the advice was actually based on the toll that treatment takes over a longer period of time so we went to a registry office in the middle of chemo and got married and it was a very matter-of-fact legal affair that we thought we needed to do. It wasn't shared with lots of family and friends. My mom was there and fills daughters. Were there but we really didn't want it to be a big thing. I don't even have much recollection of our legal wedding back in one thousand nine hundred and because i was so poorly on on chemotherapy. But so now you got legally married then as you say back then but now you want you to celebration absolutely. you know. marriage isn't just the two of those people. You've got a big big world around you as well and i think because when we legally got married and even if we hadn't illegally got married and this has been the legal bit as well you want your friends and your family your loved ones around you to to witness and part of that and have a massive celebration about the fact that they're x billion people on planet earth and you manage to find that one person is going to make you happy and you're quite happy to spend every waking minute of your life with. I think that's particularly true now. In a pandemic when fillon. I've spent fifteen months trapped in a house together as well you know. That's the true test of many marriages. i'm sure. Tell me about the monetary side. First of all counseling things in revoking things. That's huge. Our original wedding date was july last year. So this is our fourth attempt to have a wedding a wedding blessing and celebration so the original wedding was down in the forest and we changed the date three times with them as i think as everybody as things unfolded during april may june last year. I think we all realize that this was something that was much longer time than perhaps we'd envisaged in the early stages of the pandemic by november last year. The venue said we just not viable for us to continue anymore so they went bust understandably. We lost money with deposits that we'd already paid supplies already started working on our wedding coming up with ideas and plans and designs for us and things so lost november. We have to start all over again not wanting to push any further because we already found. We were gambling on my health surviving for another year in good health. Very very selfishly of with have you know i. I wanted to have half for my wedding celebration day with to me. I don't have a proper wedding dress. I'm not spoiling anything fulfilling saying that. Because i've been joking. We had to go back into shielding again. Obviously when the. Ken variant reappeared. So i wasn't able to go bridal dress shopping or anything i have something ordered of the internet. That's certainly not. What i imagine does a child and a not what i've done as a bridesmaid with so many of my friends who were able to get married and have a big day so it does feel like. There's a little bit of a comparison with the life that we once had. So you listen to the prime minister and his scientific and medical advisers the other day What was your mood issue. Heard.

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"may june last year" Discussed on Layovers

Layovers

05:36 min | 3 months ago

"may june last year" Discussed on Layovers

"Do you remember how to do this what to do. I remember how to talk. But that's about it. Because i forgot like it'd be like a a monk for year. I don't remember how to talk to put my pop. She'll it's yes he he's full of dust. What never mind. We're live by the way man. I'm not gonna edit a lot of this on. I don't even know if we're gonna put music and the top. So yeah we'll see you might do half an hour or two hours. I know depends. I've no notes. Anything like like. I told you last week like this. Just do one and see what happens because there's so much to talk about it then the same time now. It's not so guys we haven't seen each other for a year now not even like this which that alone in the well as the flesh we've read there was what was it was university of oxford or something. They tried to comparison to flock downs. Like lockdowns cement everything and nothing depending on which country you are in some people say. Oh it's very hard here. And i could see them going. Dinners and i was like what. And they said that the the the father stringency against the called it like a factor of the uk was the highest and longest in the world. I don't know that's true. Because of course everybody will feel that their own version was tougher because we only experienced one not many of the same time. But it was a yeah. I mean but. I can't believe it's horrible to say this but i gotta get used to it right. We we normalize stuff like the for last year was load. Nobody in the streets and now well. Yeah we're home. Maybe for you and me was easier right. Because i mean easier because we're all we'd never been to an office for so long. Yeah well i think that's a big part of it. I think there's. I've talked to a lot of people who who struggled that that were regular office dwellers and that was taken away from them in their suddenly at home and that was Take a lot of adjusting. I think i think really upset a lot of people but yes for you and i. Life wasn't fat much. i mean a bit. I mean you were the funny bit. Is that last year when we recorded a few. But you were already on a personal break which meant you were already not very much. These guys remember a guests and then also the monologues you And and then well then the break became a break because at first i said yeah well as a lockdown. We don't know what's going to happen. So i'm gonna take three months just to just to not do anything and then six and twelve and we haven't done a year for your big. Actually i remember. We're talking about it when travel dried up and we just thought we could do this. We could talk about the impact of cove it on the on the travel world in the airline sector. But then i think we both agreed it would just be like a like a eulogy and and we didn't want to be sort of a remember and all of that that would sustained episode maybe but then like flash also it would be about just talking about by news on and on and at the end of the day. We've always thought our cells is a bit of a entertainment show. I mean of course we talk about your stuff especially me because i i know i can get into the professor all tone and go online letters. About what the world should be like. You know what you just said about the fact that we got used to being at home easier now and you like. I'm not gonna talk to people that are losing their jobs that yeah. Well it's fine. Because frankly specially the first lock downs for us in the uk was march to. Let's say may june last year. I kind of enjoyed it at the beginning. Of course it was gonna fall work. Donna going to find client whatever you know. The whole thing was tough but the was one industry. It's there was no place in the sky was very quiet. The weather was actually also fabulous and it was like i kind of enjoy it. I can already feel that some people here saying politics golden island. Leave us alone with your lockdown. But no i think a lot of people felt that i. That's i felt the same way for that that period when the weather was so nice and you sort of go while works nothing. Nothing is going to happen. Work wise in this law over by the summer and so there was that sort of balance of no or less obligations or different obligations. And then the optimism of oh. Well it'll be fine and maybe we'll learn learn a lesson or two and then i think i think the one thing we learned. Is that everything we think goes quickly digs a long time. I mean we're still in it away right. In twenty twenty one could be actually even worse depending on where you are right. Currently if you're in india for instance not great but also that i know i'm going to sell qualify. Both of us are smart people. I see that too. Sorry for the bragging. But i think if someone hasn't changed ten times their minds at the past year. There's something wrong. Because i thought i like. Yeah it's going to take like six months. And i mean we all said we knew recovery two thousand twenty three four whatever which is still on track basically but you know we learned..

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"may june last year" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:39 min | 3 months ago

"may june last year" Discussed on WTVN

"Fifties on Thursday. All right, Marshall. Thanks. It is 59 right now, the mark Blazer show. They say you do You remember, uh, the car I just saw. This is just kind of a side thing. You remember the car that you passed your driver's test in? What kind of a car? Yes, you do. Remember? I remember vividly, okay? Lay it on me. What was the make model and all that? It was. Well, Are you talking about my driver's test? You know, I had to use the instructor's car. Well, uh, yeah, but okay, look like when you talk about like when I was Oh, you're not talking about like the training like or whatever the driver's test that the maneuverability Sorry. Yeah, over ability. You always go out. They have a break on their side as far as the driver like if you're going out. Talking about when you learn to drive with an instructor? Yes. Sorry about that. Yeah. 1988 Mercury Cougar. Mercury Cougar, and it was a tank. It was a beast. I could have hit a school bus full of Children, and they would have been hurt. And I've been fine. So you mean in a school that we're in a school? That's wow. I love that car. You have a dude to try to do maneuverability in that That's it wasn't as big as you thought. It was a coupe. Yeah, but still, I mean, that's still kind of a tank caused to be doing a good drive around. I would tell you, I parallel part you get it on the first try first tray. No problem. Absolutely not. I'm proud of my parallel parking abilities. I did everything on the first try with that. I did the whole the whole thing. No problem. Yeah, I was in the 1979 Pontiac Sunbird. Which clearly is not even something they make now, OK, because I passed. I got my license in 1997. Okay? And that correct Cougar was nine years old at the time. So how old was your car? When you did it? My car would have been what would that have been? Let's see. I would have been an 85. So there have been six years old. Okay, so because 80 is that, right? Yeah. 85 I graduate 87. I was 18 So 16. Yeah. 85. It was a 79 months. 1985 1979 Pontiac's number. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And that was this little teeny. I don't even know it doesn't even really look like anything That's out right now, as far as the 79 suburb, but it shorter, easy to parallel park. I mean, you know, pretty simple, actually. On now. Oh, wow. Well, there's From what? I'm looking at 1979 Pontiac Sunbird. You must have had the one that did it slope back in the back to the light kind of come down. Like this real quick. Yes, because I'm looking for all the images, some of them The way it looks is summer. Bigger looking another's I guess, depending on the model. Right at the top of the Google page. Still, I'm impressed. That's not bad. Yeah. Funny accent Bird. There you go. Yeah. Oh, yeah, yeah. Yeah. Yeah, Exactly. Yeah, I'm looking at it, obviously right now, too. Yep. Yep, That's the That's exactly. It had the square headlights. There were two of them. So you had four total. Uh, if you're going to replace the headlights you had to replace There was like four. So when you would hit the bright, he had two that would come on on each side. You didn't have just the one single right? All four were not activated until you hit your brights. Yeah, Mine was not the hatch, Josh, because there is a hatch for okay. That's what I'm trying to get down. It's a little bigger, actually. Yeah, regular just one of those things. Boy losing my voice just one of those things that I saw that the questions that I go, You know, I wonder if Josh remembers which one did you pass your driver's test in the past year? They're saying has affected American sex life. Um 56% of Americans say anxiety. They have anxiety about this past year as it's been bad for the for their sex life. On Ben 60%. Of those who sex life has been negatively impacted. Say they've been having sex less frequently. Now, this is during the pandemic, of course, but you know when we first started talking about this, remember all of the people that stayed home And if you'll remember. I mean, I was one of those people. I was doing the show from home. You kept coming in During that time. I have never not been coming in. Since the pittance senses whole scam started. Yeah. So there were a lot of people that were staying home during that time My wife continue to go on At first She worked from home too. But as a result, you know, I'm a little actually, I'm a little bit. I'm a little bit surprised to see this this the way that this is shaking out saying that people you know it's affected their sex life in a bad way, because a lot more people were staying home and working from home couples, if you will. So why would that increase? If you're that's my point? I mean, so I was I was like, Well, this is odd. Sounds like a lot of people are just bummed that they couldn't get their affairs on. That could be. I mean, honestly, how many How many stories do we hear? Starting around? I don't know. May June last year, so and so, you know, they can't conduct their cheating and adultery and affairs and sneaking around and flan Drin because their other ones around all the time. Yeah, and they were unable to pull that off. Exactly. There's no sneaking around cause everybody's home all the time, Boom. Right, So maybe that's what it was. And then also we said, Oh, look at what's gonna be happening all these covert babies and that it was the total out There was no boom. Isn't that bizarre? I think people were too afraid that there was they weren't gonna be able to afford to have another child. See, I I just don't know if if if the urge to merge hits you like that. I don't know that you're thinking that would be I guess Maybe a husband wife have been together a few years. Would maybe think about it Kind of the way process that the way you just said it, Which is? I don't know. We better make sure we're taking precautions. Yeah, And if you look at some people that pump him out, like, you know, they treat the vagina like a clown car, And it's just like coming out one after the other. I mean, they don't exactly or praying the best financial position Anyway..

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"may june last year" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

04:57 min | 6 months ago

"may june last year" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"Is chief things you in a long time said that hasn't impacted my work. It's impacted my ability to work. So it's kinda pulled me back a bit. Nobody would ever know about safe. I didn't tell them so. I kind of stop taking the pills for about a year. And i thought oh yeah i feel fine. I feel great. I feel great then. I kind of didn't feel great. What was my cat die by twenty year. Old cat died in july last year or the before year before twenty nine nineteen and that was my first cat and that just set me back. I was just completely an athlete. Destroyed and people don't love animals don't know how it fails but i work at home. I'm more day. She was here all day. We might. She'd been through house refurbishment cancer death united. She'd been for miscarriage. everything. And i didn't realize that her death would affect me so badly on it just kind of wiped me out for months. I was ridiculous. Mini my mama cried and my mother is not an animal person. An oft that. I decided that i really needed to save therapist. Not because my cats died because they just opened account counter worms. A whole lot stuff came up and i'm still saying him and he's from tastic and he's ready to help but i decided early this year because kobe. But we lost the. I'm forgetting where stealing your january. Twenty twenty one. probably May june last year. Might depression was really bad. At the beginning of lockdown. I felt fine. I felt like it spring. Lucky we go house. We've got i can walk. Can run that lots of people who live in united tiny places and he don't have an outside space and you have lots of children and and i don't have fan really grateful for what i have and you know cetera got on really well and we got through it but there might. Depression started to sink in. And i started to think what happens off to What happens with my work at the moment in the same position now once really go anything only this digital stuff is being done would in the same boat and i kind of felt safe because i knew we were all in the same place but i started to worry about what happens after covid and i just sunk into rating depression. Really really awful. Where i just was an all time low. I wasn't running very much..

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"may june last year" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

06:38 min | 6 months ago

"may june last year" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"So you could let me know? 20 years, So that was 100 years after so heavy. What 1963 That was from around there in 1965. You were right the first time since August, 28th was two months old. Um oh, yeah. There you go. Eat old guy in the room. Okay? You wanna give me in? Okay, Boomer, their career carnal just did there. You got what? You were to wait and 63. You were two months old told Two months in what do you say, August 28, 2 months and three days. Uh, that's why I always liked about Christmas Halfway to my birthday. My birthday halfway to Christmas perfect time. Anyways, Um, Buck's got some call that thanks to Ray in his call for that, Ah, lot of lot of fun, And I think a lot of euphoria will happen. The big here is gonna be the worst thing if the Bucks should beat the Packers. How to figure out how to get tickets to the Super Bowl. How is that gonna happen? You don't worry about it. Why? You know why? Why? You know why Tell me on this one. I might be missing out that that why? I don't know if it's gonna be. It's gonna be a thing. They're gonna have hands on the stands. I mean, you know, it's WrestleMania for two day Temple Temple. That is true, But that's just gonna be a lot of covert there. That's true. Why, But don't you think? I mean, did you okay? So you have the covert numbers? Correct? Yeah. Was today's data dump on that Just over. I'll give you the exact count. It was just over 8000 itwas normally Mondays or slow days compared to 8000 and two 8002 counts. How many deaths about 200 right now? I think it's a 100 something. Yes, 137 137. Okay. So is trending down. You know the side. I like going to artie dot life right to pull that up real quick. Because we were at like a 1.1 last week or the week prior to spread it quick. And yesterday I saw was a 0.98. So I mean, it's all right now. We're at 0.93. Okay, so that means it's slowing down. And the reason why it's slowing down is because why Corey carnal? Uh, We're over the holiday hump. Yeah, people. I mean, people aren't going out as well. I don't know. I've seen a lot of people still going out. So one thing that we've been talking about if you listen to Michael Radio show Saturdays too before right here on the boat. We were 2 to 5. We let me have the hours or two before we let him We love him. I'm a mo gave me the opportunity. I thought it was just reciprocity to go ahead through with that. And a lot of nobody wants to hear most just for an hour. I mean, he shouldn't take him the hour back, but you should have given us his eyes. No, no, no, he did say no. And I insisted on it. I really did because I really think that it was very cool of motive. Give me that. Yeah, course. John Brennan gave me the opportunity for a motive. Step aside, so I can have this and E. I was driving home one day and I heard the show and it was an hour and they were just getting ready to wrap up. I'm going to sending too early. They got me out. I want to hear it, so I called him. It's like, Hey, we should do it this way. So I actually insisted on it. Anyways, I digressed. So one thing that we've been talking about the micro radio show on Saturdays. 2 to 4 Right here, 12.5. The boat is herd immunity, Right herd immunity with science. And this is where herd immunity with the science coming in. Because the vaccinations I think we're over a million people vaccinated. Not a bad part about that is there's about 40,000 yahoos who are supposed to go back for their second vaccination does, which makes it 95% effective? Haven't done it yet. 40,000 nimrods who got the got the first dose and second nose. You need a ride to go get that vaccine. Let me know I'll come pick you up and do it. I'll be your personal uber driver. I want to see people get vaccinated for the reason being this life. I would like to see Get back to normal. Now we're not gonna have 70,000 people inside Ray J for the Super Bowl like I hoped and What about what happened back in like, you know, May June last year, thinking my dad would be over this It'd be nice to have more than 25,002. Even if the bucks don't make it, but they're gonna make it so What's wrong with this? Yes, right. How did you hear about in Los Angeles? They were throwing out on used vast scenes vaccines. Yeah, I heard there's and you're gonna get all kinds of stories like that. There's people because they're not iced correctly, your stored correctly doses that are gone bad and stuff. Just like, you know, I think that's the way they were gonna come out of this. You get the combination of people who have had it already. Plus the vaccines and plus, you know, people who I guarantee you that the counts that they have for this and my personal opinion. I don't have any data that suggest this or to back it up. But I think the counter all wrong anyway. So I think more people had and where they've been asymptomatic for waiting ahead. Sniffles. Yeah, they totally got the camera. And said that just still enough until you move on. We just need to watch over there. It's not. It's not. Umm, you know full proof. And I think when people have had it as well, But, you know, I think you say, herd immunity. I didn't even know where love say that anymore. But that herd immunity is the thing I think of it. I mean, look, I don't think you are. I don't think you go through her community the way Sweden day they're just like, okay, let everybody gonna ramp it, Give it to each other and have freaking coronavirus cocktails going on. They were encouraged to lick handrails like mark that's weak. I'm out of the winter and castles as the vaccinations ramp up. I think we have a pretty good chance of that. But they are saying we're also going to, you know, have an influx or surge of the variance virus. But still with that, and you saw the variance. Everybody was talking about that in the spreading quicker If you look now go to the arty dot live. So if you if anyone's not been on the sites, call rt dot live. It's a scientific algorithm, though, is it? Developed by the person who came up with Instagram, so he's a brainiac. He's one of those guys to come up with algorithms, and it's fun, and it talks about the spread and as far as how quickly the virus spreads. And it is through this by community. If you see Ah state that has green. That means it's good. The virus is slowing. If it's red, that means reds bad, Just like in the stock market greens. Good means you're up red means you're down s O red is bad. That means it's spreading a lot quicker. Then they want in the count is one. What is it on Artie? Don't live for what? Florida. Florida, You said was 10.93. Yeah, That's where I'm at right now is 0.93 Are there more greens or reds? That's what I was doing. So I know before I was going through, and they were already three months ago, Right now we have only 15 states are in the red. Yeah, So that's not bad. So, yes. Oh, it's heading in the right direction. So s oh, my point that Denise is that with the variant and thus far as a different spreads as far spreading quicker They're starting to get this under control. Right now and look, I'm excited that was President Biden gets sworn in on Wednesday. He said his one of the first things he's doing..

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"may june last year" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

The Crypto Street Podcast

06:50 min | 2 years ago

"may june last year" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

"So before we get this. The Toshi cat Allen is you know, real quick. Does this bear market kind of compared to any that you've seen in the past? I think I lived through the bull market this time, much more. So I was much more active during the bull market trading, actively trading halt claims things like that. So I guess I'm being more attention. So she was worse. But I I mean on on like an absolute basis on percentage levels is not is comparable. So okay. Thank you. So so Toshi catalysts here. Your sh Nick on? How you got in all the good stuff like that? Well, I actually lived with her. L? And this is at a time when he was getting into duty by and I just like what you can't fuck around. Making the internet out of thin. I have to figure this shit out. And this is like early twenty sixteen. And I I just put a little bit of money and. And started reading why and stand in the tech in gradually. I just I just just fell down the rabbit hole. Decided to see it in bitcoin. Ooh. Wow. That's a I I don't know anybody. Yeah. As initiating a master's in Eretz physics. And I was like thinking whizzy code. So I get into AI. And then I I like as key sizes. Currency is the future. And since then just in. All in everyday reading Lynn nominates Comics. like. Trying to figure out each. That's something today. Come. So how is it? You're doing your education continuing on and more into the cryptography and crypto assets. And all that stuff. How is it? How is your program your schooling? Maybe because I don't think really, you You know, know, it's. it's unheard of. Right. It's like, you know, not a lot of people are doing. Yeah. It's pretty Nunes. So when I started it was early and research. Convince. Like tech. Since like between twenty sixteen eighteen spin mess. Proliferation of research. I'm pretty sure every university. Now as an academic team block king most financial institutions. How's the program? And said it's pretty much determined by me. Reads as them what I think is relevant after time. And it's free. So there you go really. Well, they were in the sense that it's free meats choose where I go. What is it? Sure is new constraints on this funding. So if someone were to want to pursue this. Where would you send them? Chin krista. What's that? You mean, researching krypton? Yeah. Like, what has helped you the best, you know, find out and just Jen for someone new coming in? Yeah. I mean, this is so much. You just got into it. It was the basics doing that. Good. Then you can tell. I guess you should know some economic if you wanna see by these cryptocurrencies in the real world. Rotates like hot to say. It's so many different avenues to write. Like, there's the coin route. Bitcoin and other seeing now are you are you working? I know Allen is he says, he's y'all done some doubt. He does that work and all that. And did you buy? Do you yourself? Are you kinda inter with any any coins any teams during some? Yeah. I'm looking at MS on Kathy Lee. Okay. Yeah. Can you guys talk a little bit about that project? You're you're saying it's called cat coin kicked Cohen tech. Oh, I am. Yeah. Now, I get it doesn't newness ethic. Yeah. Definitely traded at before. Of course here. Imagine that. Yeah. Like when did we start this like Oguz Las year? Yeah. Yeah. On even before actually like we start. I think we started working on this. Maybe April May June last year twenty seven okay. Cool. And at the time it was just kind of. I'd say mentioned I worked with radio team a little bit more on like not so much the protocol development or more like accidental. So like if you bought on telegram, it just that's at the time and other smoke projects. And then I started working with the radium team. Some point in twenty sixty. And did some work with them did more protocol development there? Sort of expanded my understanding on Mike at technical level. And then I didn't know some at some point in two thousand seventeen means. What it would be good and instructive and educational like take bitcoin or we strictly speaking, we took black green. And before that. But basically idea was take bitcoin Joan the repo see what we could like change out. And see if we could build a network in a community..

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U.S. hedge funds posted modest gains last month

Bloomberg Markets

00:36 sec | 3 years ago

U.S. hedge funds posted modest gains last month

"Hedge funds posted modest gains last month we get details from Bloomberg's Ed Corry hedge funds rose point three one percent in July according. To the Bloomberg hedge fund database while that reverse losses recorded in June year, to date hedge funds are little changed lagging behind the major US. Stock indexes CD a managed futures strategies were the worst performing losing more than half. A presenting July the Bloomberg mandates two thousand eighteen survey found about forty. Six percent of investors expected global macro strategies to outperform in two thousand eighteen macro strategies are. Down one and a half percent year to

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"may june last year" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"may june last year" Discussed on WTMA

"President of the united states to help them resolve it is that is that ambition realistic or is this something that will continue for years good evening to you crude easing is it's a great question and uh in fact touch slip the other way we choose foot to washington the gulf arabs want to have flynn uh the movement to at least each fort washington wants to happen and this is a curious perhaps coincidence of view uh all uh secretary of state tillerson sixyear of defence massias and president trump in the two we need to sort out this key raw the curious gulf crisis which is apparently all about casa uh which erupted in may june last year the block the blockade of kassire and cutter has friends malcolm sizeable fretes they have friends in backing but did the this is one of the dangerous i think is that the split within the administration were tillerson as seeing as morrell and the secretary's higher from exxon who has a great deal and has vast met in qatar and his secretary dependents in an mcmaster perhaps seen as more pro the sunni moderate side how do you sense that their view of what the administration is and how does that split than play out when the leaders of these countries the saudi arabia the uae and qatar come to the united states in the coming weeks i very interesting uh consideration i yyou sac the us physician even without the politics is politics of the us physician is we want uh gulf allies we charge saudi arabia kuwait bahrain casa oh uh the unicef moore rare mertz and oman uh to be semi you it uh it gates won't we see an indeed they see as the threat of air wrong and so to have uh intra gulf dispute within that supposedly lives is from all points of view absolutely infuriating uh and this is where we are at the moment there is an incorrect gulf disputes of we are trying to sources how in the semi sensible fashion turkey oneyear turkey sided with cut shocks to what and how does that help turkey it starts on the idea yet and i deny in saudi arabia reestablishing expanding its footprint giving it an entree into military base into qatar where they now had several thousand just turkey mean to.

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"may june last year" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"may june last year" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Presidents major american jewish organizations there is an upcoming series of visits in the united states by the leaders of the arab states of the persian gulf to meet with the press it what's the ambition of these meetings if they happen but each one has their own agenda for one but they have this overriding conflict between qatar backed by iran and turkey vs saudi arabia uae egypt bahrain so that is the a major threat that uh that they confront but each them also wants to go on a charm offensive each of them wants to present their case and it will be very interesting to see how they how it plays out so the gulf cooperation council has divided into factions and these factions don't always include prior members turk egypt wasn't prior member but it's now on the saudi side turkey wasn't a prior member but it's now in the qatari side iran in a running saragan war in yemen with threeodd is now on their kunaro zone you a e where you visited recently that's on the riyadh side and oman which is a smaller player when the different had gear um the amman is on the atari said qatar side right okay and buff fraying is on the saudi saudi sat okay everybody gets you score hard so we're welcome simon henderson the baker felon director of the gulf in energy policy programme at the washington institute simon there's a there's a feud in the arab family and they're looking for the president of the united states to help them resolve it is that is that ambition realistic or is this something that will continue for years good evening to you our who is a great question and uh insane touch slip it the other way we choose to washington of the gulf arab sworn to happen the movement at least each fort washington wants to happen and this is a curious perhaps coincidence of view uh all uh secretary of state tillerson sixyear defence massias and president trump in the took we need to sort out this key raw the curious gulf crisis which is apparent new all about casa uh which erupted in may june last year the blockade the blockade of qatar and cutter has friends malcolm sizeable threats they have friends and backing but did they did this is one of the.

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