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INTERVIEW With Christina of Melanin Travels Magic
"Thanks so much for joining us today. Can you please tell us your name where you're from your current location in the name of your business crew. Hi everyone manages christina I'm originally french guy. Benza was born in pirates. My burned cell phone From looping second generation I'm currently in london. I've been here for seven years in a row. Now and the name of my businesses millennium travel magic It's a group tool company focused on black re-teach alasia tools So you grew up in france. Tell us what that experience was like. So you're first generation than your parents came from waterloo to france correct. Yes yes so. Guadeloupe is a french of Abutment so technically we are fringed but we leave eight thousand kilometers away and so That yet my. I was specialty vision. Guadalupe mike burns. Send me to my grandmother. So that's why. I'm a bit more connected than most people. I guess also I was raised by a lot of people in my family. Which makes me someone very social sociable. Because i had lots of nineties my mom had me young twenty one and the brothers and sister the youngest twelve and thirteen so for example On wednesday every wednesday take me to cinema to mcdonnell. So i used to have little of have from both sides because my mom gets me again. That was the first girl in the family.
"mcdonnell" Discussed on Marketing Trends
"Last. Like no doubt about it. Okay do you have a favorite book podcast. tv show even check out recently I have a favorite book series. That i just read the ready player. One ready player. You serious that. I just read those mazing and i've been binging on podcast with todd Tom coyne the writer he just. He wrote three bucks. One is golf courses in ireland versus scotland. Any just released his one about america. This do travel. Fifty states played three hundred rounds in eight months and wrote a book about it in so that's might be treating for This is westchester the best chester move. Absolutely i grew porchester new york. There's nothing better best advice for first time chief. Revenue officer boo him being an active listener and learner. For as long as you can before you create any action. I love it ed. Thanks again for joining any Any final thoughts anything to To plug here in i am. I am so thrilled to be able to get to spend this afternoon with you and and to have this conversation again about what i think is the most incredible topic and opportunity out there in this world of marketing and very should've of you in the michigan dot org team. So thank you for having me awesome. Thank you so much for joining as always. We'll have you back sooner next time. Not more and more time with that is better for everyone thinks again you..
"mcdonnell" Discussed on Marketing Trends
"How you think about analytics to me. It's about adding tied together to work We at salesforce. You know surprise you slack you to help tie all of that together but it's tool such as slack where you need to be able to have one to have trust you have to have a value. Trust pressure marketing organization that allows folks to not have to be in an office. You also need to create an environment of creativity. That is different when you can't be around the warning. What does that look like. And how do you leverage Jam or virtual whiteboards and create space for folks to have this still created conversation about how to approach the particular opportunity. And you have to have technology behind you that that allows for both work to happen but also for execution This marketing technology stack really comes into play in. How are you creating automation of your campaigns of your brita. Frost tying those together so that you have this just digital psycho for lack of a better turn. That really has collectively across all stakeholders. Would you know it's so funny thinking about this idea of like slack. First marketing I i've thought about. This is funny before salesforce acquired slack i was. I'd been kind of thinking about this for a little while. About how before they rolled out the feature where you could have like external teams in. So then you're like okay. My marketing team now can have all of our vendors in different channels that can all collaborate on this stuff now. Obviously there's new multiple way more phases than i know about that. You are working on with this. The that you're marketing team can live in slack and can communicate all that stuff. Their work with external people were creative back and forth can have those conversations single source of truth. All your information's in their searchable. This isn't an ad i just like. This is like literally how a mighty markets it's how our partners market and you feel like this is just how you do it right and so it's just it's interesting. How quickly something like that could shift. And i couldn't imagine going back to another right and now think about that shit right because if if you wanna talk to global marketing leaders two years ago maybe ten fifteen percent of them would said that their teams are are hybrid or remote i. Today fifty percent of them are saying they're going to be remote or hired. I what i love about this opportunity in this evolution for the marketing armenian is that we're in we're in phase zero like we're not even phase one yet. We're still notably zero. This'll thing and it's only going to get better in a impartial unbiased to slack all you the abc commercial disney owns us. Type thing like i'm partial to the whole slack. Bang but it's it's not about slack. It's about the connective. It's creating workflow for folks to not have to be in the same together to still have a tailored and productive experience to get their work done and to do it. In ways that Have much better efficiencies in acceleration time line yet and i think you know like you mentioned at the beginning the ability to get talent for anywhere the fact that we can have two people from westchester on this podcast. Right now and a person sitting in the area and a person sitting in In florida and all that stuff. It's just like you know. This is the sort of thing that i think marketers really want the most talented people working on their team. They don't care where they're from. You know some people wanna have have people in in a geographic location totally understand that and that's valid. If that's how you wanna run your team but there's a lot of marketers that want the best talent no matter where they're from and technologies enable that sorta stuff to happen on the other side of that. It's these marketing skills. Now that it's harder to develop some of those skills when you're not sitting next to a person in real time or may not beat. Maybe it's not as hard. It's not as familiar as as us. We don't we're not used to a yet. Leaders are definitely not used to leading remote even after doing this for a year. that's nowhere close to the previous. You know however many years we had to see him on this podcast work thirty three years in person at an office every day. And then now she's joining her motif. She's not ready for that right. It's it's hard that's crazy. Heart is hard. It's it's incredible to me. That people sometimes folks. I shouldn't did this over categorize this. It's it's hard that this has been hard for. Many people like we went from full human-to-human connectivity to zoom in a matter of milliseconds and then we got zoom fatigue. It's an hour trying to figure of the hybridization fatigue. Plus human connection can be again like really hard for folks to navigate through this into into with as much grace as i think so many people have done in. I don't know that were plotting ourselves as much as we should be. Further grace that has been displayed. Kinda universally on on these shifts that we've had to make so quickly for back to your skills conversation. Is i agree with you. There's a skills gap. Yes so so clearly so new type of marketers required. You know like we talked about. You know this isn't back in the day. Were sitting there writing a bunch of things on the whiteboard to figure out the phrase and then that's all over our marketing forever notes. I'm making billboards anymore. I mean we're maybe But that's not all we're doing And that's been obvious for some time you have to have like digital fluidity that you can use a bunch of different tools so the first issue is skills are changing super quickly. Second issue is training people's now totally different because it's remote and the marketing teams. You know we don't necessarily know where we need. People skilled up at any given time. So what is what is reskilling. Look like for marketing leaders for marketing teams. To me this is again. This amazing inflection point. That's that's an opportunity for everybody. I love this shifted marketers currently in. Because it's it's not just. The technology shifts the technologies in enabler underneath a lot of it but if he kinda look across a couple of categories marketers don't lack creativity. But they now need to rethink the way a creative environment will slide. And so how are we. How are we providing skills for how to be created in a remote first world so that that there. There's a skills gap in in many ways. It technology gap behind that. I think content. Marketing has just fundamentally shifted from content library to crude to the to the connective acting created. And then the connective back to like. I said the values create value conversation. Does your contents unique to who represent as an organization. I think this just this amazing opportunity there. We spent the budget time communication in in kind of how work remotely remote first communication is and then the two that i think are really interesting that that do have a big technology flair to them the whole data analytics conversation right. So if again if you go back to the whole notion of cd Ingesting data have you harmonize it. How do you unify it. How do you analyze it. Have you activated right like there's this whole notion of what a what are those motions. Look like it's it's not hard to go. Buy a cd. P it's really hard to figure out what your strategy is for using it bit that requires some some real deep thought in some cross functional skills that don't exist in the last time we spoke. I mentioned i was early days eloquent. I remember back then. Just trying to teach people with marketing automation was like and i feel like in the same kind of early adopter window up in a customer sneak this customer data on capability but at the same time. They might not know what to do with it once they get in. How do we help them. Build up the skill sets. And then i think there's this whole aspect of digital proficiency that is we are digital. I now like the world is winning digital first and we can sit there and say at you. Know it'll go back or things will normalize blah like we're digital. I like that's not. We bet that accelerate has happened. It's here in that. The teams the marketing teams. That have figured that out in building those the skill sets are are getting way far ahead. What i think is really interesting. The whole notion of skills like those kind of these big created the these are the big themes of skills. What's interesting though is if you look around the whole trimming concepts most companies i would say less than half of companies offering a training around any of these the availability to these types of reskilling outside of mba programs. Don't really exist or Outside of continuing ed with what's even kinda if you put on top of that..
"mcdonnell" Discussed on Probably Science
"And it's one of those because we all know. Social media can be hell on earth in so many ways. But it's one of those things you go when the collective just sorta latches onto what idea it can become this wonderful magical thing honestly. That's kind of like basically kept me on twitter for the next year because when that happened it was just beautiful because it for for something that goes viral but really has almost no malice to it as well as just a general of sorry. I really was just every sort of ridiculous thing you've heard from your like you're a great love. The computers over and all that sorta still nyc of fat. I got knows locals and stuff like that if you were amazing care. He's an amazing man hilarious but i to made. I can't always understand what he's talking about because he has a very strong accent is a wonderful mind but i like nobody. I just met him weddings. And we get drunk together and having a laugh out before you know before i drank i was can get drunk with him. He wasn't getting drunk as a child. Flippable by of we're getting drunk and he was telling you stories stuff when you're at weddings and areo. Nobody's telling me for the story. And i met him for the first time in a funeral once. And that was genuinely really stressful. Because you didn't know if he was telling a story or something sound and at if you lost the thread you're were just floating there going. I'll give you some kind of acclaim. We're trying to figure out because one of these things that it's a weird thing with certain accents once you're in the flow if you're on the train you know we are going but if you get off the train you are lost and you just can't get back on. You can't find a back way back into the stream understand wherever you go and at that point you're not just waivers it goes by. You're going out. God i hope i figure out what's being said now. I hope my aunt make up the appropriate face at the end of the sentence. Yeah that's it you're gills trying to find a neutral facial expression and then match is belatedly we just finishing with some sort of the most neutral platitude account like well. That's quite quite the thing there. But what world. We're talking about communication Just embroiled listeners. Sent in this story from nasa about communication with the proposed awesomeness mute munition. They're hoping to have four. K communication powered by lasers for this. This this is an official press release on. Nasa's website on nasa dot gov and they have. They've got a little bit too cute for press release. As far as i'm concerned kendall murphy who wrote it for nasa gov laser communications would empower earthlings. Alright candle to employ high definition images and video when astronauts returned to the lunar region for the first time in fifty years. You don't know where kendall's from pastured centric of you to assume that he's an earthling my apologies. Yeah may maybe kendall ready view themselves as some kind of extra extraterrestrial just just extra species. Doing there was quite clever because a large part of the interest nasa get is from the kind of people who are big. Ufo's and still. I've read a lot of that stuff for stranger times on january fourteen times so i think if they do if referred to themselves earthlings and stuff like that will guarantee you. There's a so breaded somewhere going absolutely crazy of it. They know it's a clue exactly like just give him a little crumbs. Do the traffic going up on the website. So it's counts so michael bay who system mission systems engineer for michael from armageddon to the no. It's now working for nasa justice system engineer. I appreciate that by the way like starting not know studying at the top. Were working his way up through the system like he's doing it properly. But michael says. I've been with a project since the beginning. And it's an honor to work in multidisciplinary teams and create a revolutionary communication system. Together we will convert information into pulses of light the orion to optical communication system oto leverages laser communications wilson optical communications views on nasr's cutting edge orion spacecraft launching in twenty twenty three. That soon god man could get to the moon in twenty twenty three just so this i realized that i i didn't realize the time line was that close. So it's launching in twenty twenty three ultimate to will during a ten day mission bay plant. It will loop around the moon before heading back to us. It'll make the mission. I use communication technologies but crewed spaceflight which will enable live four k ultra high video from the moon as well as enhanced science data transmission and more. So we would. Just i literally two nights ago i was i was at. Andy's went to visit him out in the desert and we watched the apollo eleven documentary which uses original footage. Film thought footage from the time and seventy millimeter film footage. It looks a yeah. I didn't know that. I had seen all this grainy tv. Footage this horrible. Tv processing take horrible late sixties tv processing. But they were filming on film so it looks as good as film looks and they've cleaned up the film stock as well looks incredible but we were talking about how the mission the future missions now will have high def real time footage of the. We'll be able to see ridiculously high quality footage of the moon that would would that put the mesa history eventually. I'm trying to think of after watching that movie. Any any many denier. Like how would you watch that movie and still but it wouldn't really matter how much clearer the footage there will still be people who well. Yeah that's the state of the art of faking footage now. So that's what it is now. Yeah now they film that. They've had they've had almost fifty years to produce new film so the the idea is to have high definition video transmissions to and from the moon links says project manager. Steve horowitz. if you're cool the images from the apollo mission they will great difficult to see. We do recall that but i will allow us astronauts from ultimate to video images significantly more vivid and detailed. I may the amazing thing about that is like we recording this podcast. Now we've had to restart bones already because we lost it in the middle. We have as far as aware not loose around the move. Also it's worth pointing out that. The link wasn't even to us in manchester from from america. It wasn't even the cross ocean link fell. It was the link. That was one hundred twenty miles across california but failed between andy and me but the local mike issue you can i. That's a cable. That's that's a two foot long cable between your microphone on your computer that screwed up grasp of you've been the space kennedy space center and stuff burn. I have when i was a kid. And i'd love to go back i was. I was eight at the time. I'd love to go back now and with we. Actually i wasn't a big found that the whole space thing and stuff myself my wife. We literally drove from new orleans down to miami and it was one of the stops along the way as by the way we went to mobile alabama. Which wasn't supposed to be a stop on the way. We genuinely missed a turnoff to. I think the world's largest bowl of string of having argument in the car and then we saw mobile. Bobby's we'll go there. They're going to they're going to have a. They're going to have the museum. They've got a lot of history and the do and by the way my wife black and i'm white and that was kind of extraordinary to go to mobile alabama and the guy ended the museum talking to go and it's good to see mixed race couples..
"mcdonnell" Discussed on Probably Science
"Therapies. That can simply be. Activated by light irradiation which is generally very safe. So fuck you podcast as a research. I mean i'm sure it was so points. Reach can research comes out and goes. This research had absolutely no value to be honest with you. I kind of realized video doors. We were wrong hero doing nothing but you know we had to grind so it's gonna coast for a bit that cara game. You still get a windows. They i played love. Freecell isn't yes. Solitaire freeze nothing. Get out onto the mac where they don't give you free gangs. 'cause they cool. Why don't be someone should make mac. I'm sure someone has but I want some minesweeper back in my life. Yeah i'm pretty sure. None of the mac operating systems came with a weezer music. Video efforts is windows. Ninety five to to show off to remember the windows ninety five installation cd to show off their new video like m. peg capabilities. Joe came with a k. With a copy of buddy holly music video. I don't remember that. They got the rights to rolling stone. Start me up. Because i was the first introduction of the start button or maybe maybe an. They paid ridiculous money for one of those things where they almost paid as much as they could. Because that was the story then that they printed about wednesday the rolling stones and they also produced an instructional video starring a couple of cuss members from friends in a wit bad sitcom that we then talk about on that show memory hole that i write for on qube has oh by the way i think now. Everything is over to roku roku originals. So can now be seen again so memory whole lot. That isn't l. visible. That is now viewable. But there's an episode of tightly around that this bizarre at the sitcom hand which is how far was that inter friends because like those people making a million dollars an episode near wish. Like i'm used. I think it was like off to the they were like one and a half seasons in so it was early days still a big because it was put this up at the time and having that same thought it was like. Was this light right at the beginning when they were really pretty much unknown sitcom actress and i know they would definitely they were known sitcom actors on should have known better. Yeah i mean if it's in ninety five which is the year when it came out the fall ninety five. I remember in being a freshman in college and it was destination viewing in the common area. That's it was a huge fan but it was like the biggest show the biggest comedy show on tv. Yeah did go big early and then it stayed there for like a big for as long as friends. Probably as far as i can recall but they never were that big match at its peak when it finished because also was just in the area of the monoculture. It was even more so than friends. i think it was just. Everyone watched it but it was a slow build and seinfeld obviously was the massive when it finished but it took but season one was not a mega hit. Yes still so. Yeah so it was. It was a season in a bit in. It was because friends started in one thousand. Which can you remember was in it it. Can we guess was it to them. Was it two or three. Let me which. I think would have the worst judgment am kudos very. She has an engineering supplies. Degree can predict to the crew wasn't in it. They were too. I needed to double check. I'm gonna go. i'm gonna go hard on leblanc. Leblanc would be in it. I'm afraid not. Oh and now. That's what matthew perry mason could. Could i start this operating system. Most exactly predicted cast member and the line in the real thing. Why what is so you. You've got one has got to be. What's his name I don't think we rachel. She was wimmer not. I don't think it would be honest. And i go swimmer. Maybe i'm i'm afraid you're incorrect. It was jennifer aniston. Wow i've taught the too i picked is completely wrong. It's leprechaun star jennifer aniston. I would've thought she'd have better judgment pretty. That's a whole the whole fifty. Six minute long thing is on youtube. If you're kidding me it's because it's not it's not an ad is not just an advertising feature. It's basically a tutorial is like a user guide like terrible maisy. Each thing is like a mini scene with showing. Oh by the way it also gets quite racist the point they show you how they can. You can use a feature windows. Ninety five to order chinese food delivery interesting but surprisingly not against chinese people that goes where as mexicans and no one knows what i mean at least keep it fresh. You know unexpected. Racism is the best guide of racism. Let's be clear. But wow that's amazing entire friday night now. Oh it's it's worth a look it's worth it's very bad or you can watch the less than ten minute long version with will on common tree over the top of it and a few lines that i throw in if you have access to roku originals which is now without show is memory. Hold lives by the way speaking of racial stereotypes. What do you think of the matt leblanc. Irish uncle memes going around. It was amazing. It was brilliant. Because i can't imagine a lot of people understood a lot of them but they were an absolutely hilarious after because there was. I actually looked at him went. He looks like my brother. And and just the way it just sorta perfectly captured the essence of irish maleness friendly which people in they had about friends reunion thing that came out last week and the internet particularly irish twitter. Pretty much unanimously decided. That matt leblanc. Everyone's oncle yet. He just has that sort of weird farmer to a where he looks like. The best too farmer.
"mcdonnell" Discussed on Probably Science
"Gloria doesn't mean to embarrass you. I did and that was. The same guy was brilliantly. He got a job in a watch. Ric flair place and he actually left in the middle of our floyd year in school and nobody minded because he was he was going to turn level and all that sort of stuff and so he left on the friday and that phillies teacher gave the big sendoff going all. We run our poplars. But i've always thought you were a great lot. Best hope for the future by whatever breaks down to see a flash and then we had like last on freudian. Then i on a monday or second class. Monday second class in a monday. The physics teacher walks in and he's like usually sort of through his bag on the desk and sort of quite you know he looks looks. He knows his horse sitting there. What are we supposed to be gone. And he literally miss the desk with his bag and then went on june here horse. You've left job now and the place burn. Don't over the weekend and it happened. Had burned down over the weekend. So horse was back in school. It's yes so that's your experience. Yeah sell it for anybody. Who's transcribing this podcast. Later to make sure a horse. That's spelled s. T. e. v. correct. That's exactly right so listen to house and we did. I just saw in the emails from listeners. We do have a story with holes in the title. Although it is is preceded by the word trojan shown robertson. Left this story in. I'll put it in the show notes as well. You can see it. But i- cancer drug atro- new trojan holes cancer drug has been developed to the university of edinburgh. We we've both spent cleveland. I both spent many an hour telling jokes during the edinburgh fringe. Basically every edinburgh university room becomes a comedy club. Yes but research is a success. We tested a trojan host drug which can kill cancer and bacterial cells without damaging nearby healthy tissue these scientists at the university of edinburgh created combined. Tiny cancer killing molecule se nbd which about. It's like no big deal right. Yeah it's the no big deal. Killing drug chemical food compound to trick malignant malignant cells into ingesting it and how medicine to my dog. I mean don't wanna you know. University of edinburgh basically had this idea already right. Yeah and then and then they have to. Do they have to like point. The cancer cells up towards the ceiling and then like masters. Well i mean my particular cancer and losing. Just anything of it's covered in happened. I mean anything including his own people. So he's not. The brightest alone debates the sharpest. If you throw stuff in the air he tries to eat it like clinton just tossed in the air and he will eat it. Seems like you could feed them a bullet just by tossing it in the air and he just go here. We'll be food a guy that we saw much easier that our cat is just is a nightmare. Trying to give this pill on the few times we've had to do that. Ms so furious there. They instantly know they've been tricked as well seems very non-cooperative in general based on zoom calls with you in which he has made an appearance. Yeah he does he. He picks his moment but the peer reviewed experimental study was carried out zebra fish and human cells. The researchers say more study's needed to confirm it so safe and swith method of treating early stage cancer and drug resistant. Bacteria cells a greedy. I need to conceive higher amounts of food for energy and they typically ingest more than healthy cells so basically okay see it is almost like having a dog where you go like the thing that just goes makes a beeline for the food quicker than the other stuff by coupling sem with chemical compounds becomes the ideal pray for harmful cells which ingested without being alerted to its toxic nature. The drug was invented by university of editor university of eta baristas who it to a trojan horse and its affects to metabolic warhead. They're really going out with with the analysis. Here they really are trying to sex this up. Something big i mean i mean we should. We should mark this for prosperity. Where the first podcast that ended up taking the savings. What will end up being the cure for cancer in. Imagine like we can actually take over. They could have the newseum go. This is the first recorded instance of treaty. It's taken the pace out of what ended up being cancer. And as well changing moment these are the three dick heads to people to discovered it was a little hyperbolic about his latest humanity saving. I just want be. He's getting the nobel peace prize recites or something like that in the speech go. Oh the the guy's not podcast. Screw all you guys. How you like my warhead. Now i mean every speech should end with dot dot line. Would you like my now. That's that's i'm still can. How'd you like my head now. And i'd also like to thank the academy warhead. Definitely start to by building commercials. The famous quote from oppenheimer on high was just receiving an award for rice. The leadership of korea other various times decided they want to win oscars so it could go preparing to speech at so point. I'm guessing right. After the point they get a working more people genuinely you're terrified of because that's the point they will just give them an oscar because greg abbott so this. Sem bdo is also a light activated. Photo sensitized off his tunnel by visible lights so such income precisely decide when they want to activate the drug reducing the trumpet destroying healthy tissues and avoiding side effects like halos caused by other counts regions published in the journal nature communications and lead researcher professor. Mark vendrell who who is chair of translational chemistry and biomedical imaging at the university of edinburgh said. This research represents an important advance in the design of new.
"mcdonnell" Discussed on Probably Science
"They're not snowed in for a quarter of the year or anything like that. They're always just able to be out in the mountains. Florida has a lot of wildlife. And i can speak from someone who's gone through news clippings there are people who want to give drugs to the wildlife. You genuinely if you pick a drug addi drug paying on the audible in florida. Google is a good chance to. Somebody's done it before we get into into the stories from the science news. We we'd like to ask our guests. What if anything is that background in science and that that's rain trim classes. You'd like to as a kid to blowing stuff up in the woods with your friends. Just be clear in the woods with your friends. Get a lot of trouble if you had been done. Public radio form january job before against the science. Every time i google about like explosives or killing somebody for a certain one. I started off alfie. Mutual friend of ours insurers use former policeman a also comedian and he's his own radio. Four series is still but i use kept seven a message going. I'm just you know. Just it's folk. Just say you know very clear like he was your sort of posting it to your lawyer kind of like. Yeah yeah he was like the record. Show that i am doing this. For research purposes. He was get out of jail guard even though he was being very polite. You can send some going. This doesn't this isn't gonna help you and nobody cares. This is not the little works. I mean not a friend of mine january you throw in when he ring it just to annoy you from detroit and like certain phrases. 'cause it was all. This stuff was actually proven. After the fact that ed britain was listening to every phone call from ireland at one point. Shit which is genuinely terrifying. I mean the amount of the conversations. I've my mother. They've had to sit through all of those poor people but yes so. My scientific background is an adult in school. And then i went on electric engineering and university. Mainly because i wanted to be a rockstar. I was a german bands. And i wanted to be engineer. Seemed like the most logical thing to become a my mother. Just sorta round with. That went. If i mean that's the type of engineer. And then she wrangled some send engineering people and they said like what degree do you need for that. And then all of you don't you don't you degrade and she's like could if you agree what degree would be useful. And then they were mid electric engine. Lovely an basically committed convinced me to deal the electric engineering university which had very interesting. But i spent four years incredibly not famous like every year. I turned up at the start of the year. You could see people looking back and see me sitting in the room with them and they were getting visibly-angry that that idiot's got through like i didn't. I didn't do my labs and stuff remember. Point got cost myself my lab partner because we basically figured out we broke into a covert and found a laboratory people's lab books from like the week before so we copied out the next few experiments and their results and stuff and at one point we actually submitted our findings and Somebody come up and went. Neither of you have been here for two hours or a muslim. Actually got off to organize a gig for my band. And he'd gone and play a j football match and he was literally standing their trucks. When i was We were standing in the back. Me and the six one four ago here That you just didn't see us like how come all of your equipment still plugged in. I add oh wait we we we we it already files for some inexplicable reason. I was terrible student but by the way there's one this occurred me today i'll tell you this is my all time favorite science thing in school and there was a guy in school with me called horse and the reason he was called horse was he looked like a horse like literally. Yeah it was very. I mean like he referred to himself as horse. The teachers call them horse. Am i like horus was just. He was the worst combination ever for teacher. Because god love him. He wasn't very bryce but he was also terribly king. He had questions he was asking our physical teacher. Genuinely you can see get twitchy because teachers whatever about people being the method in our class. Teachers really don't know how to deal with kids. You just keep asking questions because they want to learn. That's it scares the hell out of the horse. Police hundred wound day. Every time we did we can ask questions like every time we did build with that horse and horse daniel when he always had a question he actually police had that what he's question was brilliant. He just went on stone or newton. Who was better. And i remember the visitation. i mean. That's an incredibly complex question. I mean it depends which one was the wounds are and he's i mean there's a lot of contributions there you'd have to go through and then horse was sort of so you don't know biology and he was like joe no horse. It's very complex question and jeb. You play the end of the class. This teacher weight into his room with the back in the lab and he. He was linson because he didn't know what to say. Look these are irish schoolteachers. Couldn't that was back in those aged given it. You can't get kid. And clipper in the air even then for genuinely obscene anonymous question and the guy just had to melting. Gloria doesn't mean to embarrass you. I did and that was. 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"mcdonnell" Discussed on Probably Science
"Yeah we went. We went for the trying to get to sorry transworld as you mentioned. Basically the main stage sales which was a they were taking practice career and the one that i'm now signed signed with as transworld their power to penguin because everything in publishing bought everything else in publishing but it stays transworld on the books which is kinda cool the cutting they did gulf my ego. Like you know it's the same publishers hysteria. Practice your all time favorite hero and it was like ou. We're by wife saying time you went. You know there's going to be other offers is like yeah you're gonna take this very probably never been terribly good money motivation. But this thing but it is. You had an impressive route. You know you started. You started self publishing these books and they kicked off and grew to the point that major publishers started to notice like jump on this thing. Yeah no it's it's they do. I mean people so excited independently. You'll never never get main. Pull the shirt and stuff and that was actually nonsense. Publishers were were fine with the road. Something different because to be honest. Like if you actually do something yourself. Independently i mean. How many people that do. But most of the time it makes no sense to then sell the rights to a publisher because they wouldn't like if you're already making money they're never gonna give you as much money as you would make just what if you're already successful. It's they wouldn't pay that kind of money. It just weird. He makes more sense. There's so many weird things in publishing that make no sense and just wanted to me as if your book is self published. And it's very successful like they used the wall and stuff which is now going to be on tv series and there's been a couple of the publishers latched onto but now they basically won't they. Yeah notes if it's already successful we're we're not gonna make it as accessible as it already won't be with all the so many on things in publishing and you find the central weird system when you go through the main one. They kind of the traditional publishers. But yeah we started doing that. And then they kind of got interest. And i think they know it was the books around and we got option for tv in america bizarrely before we started this rooms and hallways this podcast going the way this is like within a day. Oh okay and next week. it's going to be announced. There's a team visit a comedy company in britain. That's one of the biggest names that you and i know well. All's we know people who are also represented by them a it down to two. Yeah yeah yeah And one of them is signed up with actually raining replays but it's basically a comedian. Talk about the books. Can't say this. Until tuesday so this is really but he was founded the if we could put this off until tuesday if you want that otherwise. You've always been it's annoying. Put it out on tuesday under a big time constraint. Sorry listeners days now you know why. The episode came out a few days late. It was incompetence and general this organization. It was because of an embargo information. That will mean nothing to you and chris. Addison bringing chris. Addison was a of the books. I'm not even sure how he got recommended but he was finding the books. And i know we've been optioned by avalon with chris. Addison attached as director producer to of see if we can get a tv version. Made the dove in books which is really cool. Because yeah chris addison for the felicitous. Who are sort of into reading the credits and being really fight with what christie might have known as a comedian but also he's increasingly turned his hand to first writing and directing directed a bunch of like. Amanda you nucci. Projects like there was some thickets. He was both in and then directed and then he directed episodes of veep the veep. Yeah and now. He's in the feature directing well as well. Yes he's done some of that. There's also series called breeders in the uk which has been very successful with martin freeman and think they've already been commissioned the second series on now and the commission for the third one which i think is that simon blackwell who yes him and sony black weather. I think it was the main writer. And then chris because chris has a handed. Simon is also summit in that veep weld and that the show and all of these things. Yeah an amazing see. I was really sorry. Because i've got lucky with during times. Go tv interesting stuff and all this great but the thing though is like is he know yourself. Chris addison we even though we may increase with no the very well but as somebody from the stand up circuit you kind of you know about the same people. You have the same instincts. Then yes i instantly went. He'll get like done many gigs together. You would have been drinking the same edinburgh performance baas and y- but even then you just say we have shared instincts because we both come from lawyer even stuff so it just feels like he will not like. I don't think i've ever got the situation. Where i'm going to be going chris going. I don't think that it's funny. I think the other you know yeah. I don't think you've understood what the joke is in that sense. 'cause you like inbetween your author and you stand up phase. You also went through a healthy chunk of like writing for various tv shows. No i know from personal experience as well. We've we've.
"mcdonnell" Discussed on Probably Science
"Hey welcome to property science. I'm matt cash and mandy would handy. We thinks not bad. I don't know how i if you twelve hours ago. But i i went up to visit. Andy andy lives in the desert now and this joshua tree we should interest against cause rather than just leaving him hanging on the end of the line. Our guest is. I was formerly a comedian. No longer do standard right or what. You occasionally w up's still. But i was saying now a successful author tom. Tv right to turn. Yeah no. I basically retired from standup comedy. June twelve months ago which is our mutual friend gary delaney. He says is the greatest piece of comedic timing. He's ever seen saying. I basically bailed and the whole thing the pandemic so maybe you was propping up the whole comedy. Well basically. i was in similar package for the entire thing. Yeah i mean if you look at any other external factors i mean. Let's just draw the correlation that let's just see like we've gives up this is mcdonald everyone equally. This cuiv gives up stand up and then seconds later the entire industry collapses comedy clubs closed down people just all reason to leave their house. No i was no longer gigging. Make sense temporarily makes sense correlation elite. It's gotta be the cause. I mean i think science podcast that you'd be date next question. Ask pretty much understand a lot of signs but that said it all very believable to me. So you started. You started self publishing books. I sort of crime. Comedic crime novels under macdonald. Yes you have just published under. You've gone for the slightly different name. The the cuiv k. Mcdonnell you're you're now your first major publisher properly released big label book under seek haven. That's the strange. At times. Which i just read by the way it was great is dabbling in that. I say sit j adjacent certainly in that sort of cool vibe that people be nice enough to say it's actually with it's january but i was very lucky where our books kind of took off from their own. We am so we kind of did well like kind of retarded before this came from. Stand up but yeah. They went for by the way for the almost unbelievable reason that a major publisher was terrified with the fact that nobody knew how to spell. Say or do anything with the name. Cuiv i mean it is basically i. I had i not sort of met you and hurt your name. Roughly the same at almost exactly the same time that i saw it written down. I don't think i would have even. I could have even begun to guess how might be pronounced people genuinely if you want to really enjoy yourself listeners. If you haven't see my name on on the thing just having gained the hangman with yourself now trying to spell the name you already of heard somebody say you will actually not get it dot about. It is a single letter. Jelly phonetic spelling of my name. This one hundred percent true features none of the letters. They're in my name. I used to joke with my grand. Goal is the child's name or his chemical formula. Because like i've seen people get genuinely angry when they look. Yeah no it's been quite the feature. So yeah we went. When c k which by the way is our initials because cuevas the inversion. That's like kev. Basically an irish cuisine is the full name of kevin and irish. And i've always used cueva because all at the stage name they go to what my wife calls me. At least one of the things he goes means he doesn't go together but yeah so so if people say stage no the reason we went c. k. Is like genuinely sent it to my agent. And he said the quake they might be a problem said see slash k. As in queen or as nc for cueva or caver kevin seek those are initials. he's not one hundred percent literate. Because you wanna argue that. Maybe the usual seek had a couple of years but declined genuine. The underpants weight very disappointing. I will say that. I do not like the elastic. I mean not not rather than to this question but when he got to meet somewhere for those things and is not a present opposite of a sponsorship negative yes going to track some major major lawyers and so.
"mcdonnell" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast
"Story search owner horizon talk radio online from the highlands of scotland. We voices from around the world alone. You had a welcome back so yeah. That was an awesome song. Touches will the way again. Yeah above so yeah absolutely it. So that's a song. That i did a while ago after winston a big wall to the north of on you have this big nice like cliff walk there in forget the name of the area exactly but it just a very light inspiration like jaw dropping beautiful sort of a place like you have the big cliffs dramatic and i was listening to a lot of. I'm a very very big beatles. Fan and have been for all my life really. But i was listening to the white album at the time. And there's lots of takes account strings in its strings at just hit like do to and they're all very dramatic and lions and stuff like that so i got home and i thought to myself. I'll try and recreate something like that. With lots of drama tried to capture the drama of the scenery in the kind of using the language of the beatles. So i i opened up my my You know excuse me. I got the guitar in all that stuff together. That's what i came up with the lyrics themselves turtles. All the way is a reference to a book written by michael green who is famous for writing. Another book called a fault Which was a movie as well. I don't know if you heard about a while ago. It's kind of like a well. You know it's it's really not for me to say the quantity of the movie but i enjoyed it. But that's a book. I've never rides. And he's a very big youtuber as well so I took the title from that because it was taken to be representative of something. That's the character in the song Us to talk about with the other. In the song i like. I think it's abides. The the moments of of of saying goodbye to somebody that you don't want to say goodbye to and hideout fields and all the emotions behind us. Yeah yeah interesting that you chose those two songs to play. I feel like those are the two best songs on it. Because the first song i really feel like. There's there's a lot of drawbacks there in terms of the mixing but the other two songs i feel like are much stronger The last this song but the one before the first song. I thought that was you know that was going to make that one. If you're going to get famous for some be that one and say for the one that didn't play. I'm not the one you've just mentioned is a bit weak but the company member because a pavement but was the full track the full But wonderful are longtime listener. First-time caller i think is full trucks on nevin would play two and one of the two that will last allah put a much like a deliberately for me anyway. Because i'm a news. While i deliberately chose because wasn't that keen on it before i play one or two on the didn't like too much. Which was the one that you didn't like the one you liked. The turtles one wasn't wasn't for me really. I suppose i like the catchy start fairly. The first record was really catchy. And i can tell me something that was just my my face while at nine to five dolly parton too. Yeah yeah kind of feel the same. I think that one is is the stronger one. But you have to do the slow songs as well you know. For for those with issue the completeness of the sense you certainly do All types of johnson and everything really. That's it that's that's what makes a good musician to be versatility. It's like those Like the pixies albums from from the nineteenth you go through a track by track and every single song is a totally different. John like go from hydroxy like mexican folk stuffing an older. That you know. That's always really good. I'm the beatles as well like it's all different genres the the specific songs the beach shells were in it was. It was amazing. There penny lane and you know just all of the know a lot of people say. Music is god's gift to mountainside. Bitcoin satellite mentioning. I would probably agree with that. I mean one of them. Certainly but that's you. Can i think a lot of different people can get behind it. It's very much universal language. You know like you can speak to anybody through music and like i fade with lots of people from different countries and stuff and you really can find a common connection with pretty much any bite through music you know. Join a fire with websites the best ones. Yeah i'm so i suppose. The main thing would be my instagram. If he wants to take a look dead underscored music and uh yeah. My record label is is real fear records. Which is the instagram. Yeah all i'm also on tiktok at at scenic dublin scenic underscored sylvan and very much appreciate you give it a look. Definitely love to tiktok. That was one thing. I was listening to before we called over here. It's been a lovely Half an hour or silent really to wish you the best of looking what you do. And then i'll get by to regarding the that will connect regarding the buns competition absolutely. It was great some great to chat. Thanks for having me on alternative listening to future episodes. Neither i hate nova the the show. Yes assembling full episodes and we just talk about music is. You'll see the next to that guy you know he's talking about now he's just i love talking analysts help people that's my passion and it if it helps through musical. You know rescued people from places. I shouldn't be in then. That's why i do if i can help. Willing if account troy kevin. I'm i'm glad you have locked down because we're coming out on monday week. So enjoy it when you do. It's stop okay take care. thank the gentleman. horizon talk. radio online from the highlands of scotland. We are voices from around the world talk radio or looking for guests and hosts for further information. Email horizon radio at outlook dot com..
McDonald powers Arizona past Indiana and into Final Four
"Paige Becker scored twenty eight points in the first overall seed used to huge run spanning the final two quarters to beat number two Baylor sixty nine sixty seven the Huskies actually trailed fifty five forty five late in the third quarter before scoring nineteen consecutive points ten coming from backers we got kind of stagnant and just watch everybody do their own thing with the bond once we got that problem and better and start pushing in transition getting easier buckets I'm against a really tough defense and half court I think that open up the game for us every McDonnell scored thirty three points and third seeded Arizona beat number four Indiana sixty six fifty three the pac twelve player of the year briefly left the game with a twisted ankle with two thirty five left but limped back on to the court and scored six more points I'm the ferry
McDonald's Pokémon Card Prices Through the Roof Because of Scalpers
"Our scalpers have always been a problem when it comes to event tickets. Now you have this next generation of them, which use bods to make it nearly impossible to score some of the latest computer, graphic cards or video gaming consoles. Well now not even McDonald's happy Meals are safe. This week is the 25th anniversary Pokemon and to celebrate McDonald's release some special happy meal boxes, complete with Pokemon cards inside. Now. Apparently, there are 50 cards to collect and you got to catch them all. So some folks are making it their mission to go by as many happy meals as they can and then turning the cars around on eBay for a quick profit. Somewhere selling these cars run 10 bucks and some I have no idea why a poky man card from a happy meal $900. Let some McDonnell locations have run of the cards was wide. Maybe it's driving up the demand. The big question is where they retain their value in all this dies down. I mean, think about it. Only a handful Those old Beanie Babies from years ago. I would have anything now imagine spending 900 bucks on something that ends up on just being worth nothing or a few bucks down the line. I mean McDonald's or not, I can't imagine that they're 11.
WHO investigators begin looking into coronavirus origin in Wuhan, China
"By the World Health Organization into the origins of the Corona virus pandemic is now getting underway in the Chinese city of Wu Han, where the disease first came to light. Earlier today, China warned that the members of the W H o team should be allowed to work free from political interference following calls from the United States for the probe to be robust and clear. A team of experts has just completed its two week period of quarantine in Wuhan. The BBC Stephen McDonnell is in the city and he told me more Basically, we've been following this international team of scientists around today We saw his they lifted quarantine until to go toe are normal Hotel, the big, rambling complex of a place where they'll be able to have face to face meetings with their Chinese counterparts. I mean having discussions via video link, but now they can sit down and talk to one another about the possible causes of the Corona virus. I think one thing that's pretty crucial is there's been a bit of misunderstanding. I think as to what this team is going to do. They're not really going to be doing their own research. They're going to be examining what the Chinese scientists already have. And then looking at what's missing. I mean, how do we get to the bottom of what caused this virus does new research after the commission or something along those lines? I'll be then putting together a report and moving on from there. What they won't be doing is in two weeks telling us we've found out the cause of the Corona virus have stressed to us out complicated. This is It's a very difficult thing to work out. It's going to take time, maybe even years and frankly, asked us all just to wait and see what they come up with other scientists visiting the laboratories that some people say the virus might originally have escaped from in short, no They see the lab leak theory as a conspiracy theory, really? And unless they've got some solid reason, they say, scientific reason. They're one of me going down that path. What they're looking at is the zoonotic origin of the virus. In other words, the question of which animal it possibly came from, maybe a bat say into another animal, and then finally into human beings and how that could have taken place when they're even saying it could have come from about overseas or even a person, another country and that the virus entered Wuhan buy somewhere else. That's a very contentious thing for them to have said because the Chinese government has been really pushing this line that we owe. It probably came from overseas. I mean, one Foreign Ministry official even said it definitely came from overseas. So they'll be locking that the W H O is considering this, But either way, the scientists would there be from other countries or China have somehow going to get above the politics in this And really mine into the research into the doctor to see what they can find. That was the BBC Steven McDonald reporting from the Chinese city of Wu Han, and he'll be following the progress of that Wh o team there.
Data and AI in the state of North Dakota, Interview with Dorman Bazzell, CDO of North Dakota
"Today with us. Our guest is dorman basell. Who is the chief data officer for the state of north dakota so high doormen and thanks for joining us today. Kathleen ron thank you for the opportunity. Either to hang out with you guys for a little bit. Yeah we'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. Tell them a little bit about your background. And your current role as the chief data officer for the state of north dakota. Sure sure well. Good morning everyone So my my background is You know went to college. Got a degree in computer science mathematics and then when often like everyone else When i lived in saint louis you. It was kind of a requirement. You had to work for mcdonnell. Douglas which is now boeing corporation. So did that for it. But but then after a while Got got involved in consulting and worked my way up through the Consulting ranked says developer and they as a project manager is the data architect the solution architect and then finally got into a position of driving business intelligence and analytics for a couple of large international consulting firms where ran their north america. Big data and the i practice And the great ride. A thoroughly enjoyed all of the things we did. I think we added a lot of value to Our customers which was private industry And had great teams Had a strong onshore team strong offshore kimes and delivered a lot of value. But i think two years ago Over two years ago. When i applied for this position as the chief data officer At first i really didn't want position Didn't like the idea of state government state government has has a bad connotation Of kind of a nine to five job And a people people who just weren't really motivated to To move the world change the world and my boss who i interviewed my off. Now the cio. Sean reilly Who i interviewed with his his final comment to me was well. I can't pay what you make today. But are you wanna paycheck or do want to change the world. And i had never thought about life that way. Never tried to change the world and So i decided to take on this opportunity This was the first chief data officer position for the state of north dakota so there were a lot of unknowns Certainly certainly my presence Was a bit chaotic for the organization. Because i came in with a completely different agenda and completely different way of looking at the world through the eyes of the pillars that are assigned a line to me which application development and automation. And the second pillar is data analytics data science artificial intelligence and had some very different opinions about those things. And how we might move those forward So as i became involved with this role i became an. I had made an assumption that every state had a chief data officer come to find out there are only twenty seven of us out of fifty states So it's it's an interesting It's an interesting mix of of individuals who are chief data officers and getting to know them is. It has been a really amazing opportunity because they have such a very backgrounds and they bring such such different perspectives to cheap date officer role I like to joke and tell people that the last thing i focus on data which is obviously not true but but my real focus is really around cultural change within the city physician and what that means in the context of not not necessarily data. Because i have to executives are on my team who Are just are just brilliant at running the operations and managing the two pillars within my organization.
Trump campaign transfers $3 million to Wisconsin for recount
"After the two thousand sixteen presidential election green party candidate. Jill stein spent three point five million dollars on a statewide recount in wisconsin which then increased donald trump's total by one hundred thirty one votes. Donald trump called that recount a scam and called on voters to accept the results of the election today. The trump campaign wired three million dollars to the wisconsin election commission to pay for a recount of ballots. In just two of the state's counties the two most democratic counties milwaukee county and dane county joe biden beat donald trump in those two counties by a total of three hundred sixty four thousand two hundred ninety eight votes and joe biden. Beat donald trump in the state of wisconsin by twenty thousand five hundred sixty five votes today. George christianson and scott mcdonnell the clerks for milwaukee and dane counties. Said this about recounts. I'm not surprised that they selected dean and counties they certainly didn't select them for a regularities they sunk to them because they're democratic strongholds. Of course a so frustrating. You know we were trained georgia and i trained for a year and a half or more for this kind of this information from the kremlin That's what we were trying to figure out. We're gonna try to mitigate that information on it out a lot of these bo- never thought it would be coming from from ourselves from from within the united states joining us. Now is wisconsin attorney general. Josh kaul general call. Can you tell us what you expect. In this recount process and whether it will lead to any possible of election litigation trying to overturn the results. Well i the recount itself is virtually certain to confirm what we know. Which is that. Joe biden scott's by about twenty thousand votes as you mentioned before we have recount for years ago and the change in net votes for the candidates about one hundred and thirty one votes. We haven't after twenty eleven states court races. Well and kind. Statewide recounts are in the hundreds. Nothing even approaching twenty thousand boats and the trump campaign does seem to be a little confused about how this process works because in re competition they raised a variety of legal claims but the time for legal claims relating to lose the election is well before the election. There's even a doctrine that says you can't our plans to close to election because you need to have certainty about rules are now bring those arguments. After voting. his happened after ballots have been cast after about twenty thousand more. Wisconsin voted for. Joe biden voted for donald trump. It's too late for those kinds of challenges. So will this delay the certification of results in wisconsin. It shouldn't recount needs to be done by december first and that's the deadline for certifying results. So absence some sort of order or something else that interferes with process moving forward certification will have to happen on december first so it sounds like the trump campaign believes that this is not just counting votes. But it's some kind of evidentiary discovery of some sort in which they might at the end of the process. End up with a legal claim. Is that even possible. If all we're doing is counting votes. That's what they're suggesting you know. But that's not how the rejoin process works as you said a recount is about recounting the votes. It's about confirming that. The numbers were accurate. They may very well. File a legal challenge as the recounts going on or at the end of it but any kind of like that is certain to fail. We've seen the trump campaign's success in court post-election and they keep losing case after case in the reason is because their claims have no merit and if they were challenging staunton I'm confident that it would be swiftly rejected courts so attorney general. Call knowing everything you know about this The vote count as it is the recount process as it will work. Wisconsin's history with recounts the likely on numerical changes as a result of recount Would you say tonight that. We know who the winner of the state of wisconsin is. Yeah there's no question about who's won the state of wisconsin. Donald trump is basically the equivalent position. Somebody who bought lottery tickets but he's Ticket after the lottery has happened. It's it's over and we know who has won this election.
Boeing 787 Dreamliner Production To Move
"Boeing move all seven eight, seven dreamliner production to South Carolina. Well, Boeing made the decision we talked about previously all assembly of the seven eight seven dreamliner will be consolidated in South Carolina this ends production of the seventy, eight seven or will in Washington. State. The Detroit? News reports that Seattle based commercial airplanes. CEO Stand Deal said the move to consolidate the work in North Charleston South. Carolina will be done by mid twenty, twenty one according to our best estimate. I guess this is a decision that's kind of not unexpected mid twenty twenty one sounds pretty quick to me Yeah I mean but I I WANNA make sure I've got this right. Was It south Charleston North Carolina or was it the other way round? Oh. So so south North North Charleston South Carolina. Okay. I think I've got that. Okay. Right now it's I don't think it was unexpected at all I mean and actually Not even just now I mean, Boeing has wanted you know since the time they open that place in South Carolina's nonunion shop I mean I think the the the people at the head shed have been looking just itching for ways to. To move as much production there as they can because they don't want to deal with the with the unions. And there's some manufacturing issues as well as we've said, the after mid few slows sections of the dreamliner assembled in North Charleston in those sections get airlifted on the dream lifter cargo plane for for Washington. State. But the seventy eight, seven, Dash Ten, mid fuselage is too long to fit inside the dream lifter. So there's no way to get it to Washington state. So you've gotTa have some. final assembly in. You. Got Me doing it. In In South Carolina. if you WANNA do the DASH ten. What happens in South Carolina? By I'm starting to know. There is that logistical issue. There's no doubt about that but of course they they've known about that for quite a long time that it was coming. I don't. Personally I. Think they just said this is a great time because WHO's going to really give us any Gulf because we're so involved with so many other things and everybody hates Boeing right now. Anyway. Well I. Think. The whole seven, three, seven. Max. debacle has has helped move it in this direction elated announced back in April that they were gonNA produce production to ten planes a month. Now, they're down to six planes a month, and you know with low production volumes just doesn't make sense to have two lines open. The the big issue is is probably will cost around one thousand jobs in Washington, which is. Really really unfortunate. So yeah, I mean the whole the whole Boeing thing just continues to you know have A. Backlash in you know different areas affecting more and more people. I. Wonder if they'll off they Boeing will offer to provide relocation assistance for the The Washington. State employees. That was my first thought. Then I started thinking well, you know maybe the volume is so low now and looks like we'll be for a that they don't need. The move may be any of the Washington workforce down to South Carolina. Yep. That's my guess in the if they do need people is probably you know very few that they they need. Maybe, a few specialists you really think they want to move union labor from Washington to South Carolina. I I was just GonNa. Say Dark and cynical. I don't think the Union House? How would that work? I? Mean you can't have. A shop that's part union in part nods when there's no contract down there now Charleston. So you have to all be nine union. So I mean, if there was a movie, if somebody did choose to move if they were offered that I would assume, they would have to give up their union membership and become non union employees like the others chur and who's going to do that I mean I, think the job I if it's a matter of keeping your job and losing it, maybe I think people are realistic but. I, don't think there's any intention of Boeing moving anybody. You know probably the and and and the other thing is it doesn't matter because the culture as far as. Issues with the systems in south. Carolina. Are just as bad. There's dreamliner issues. As well as all of the Washington issues. So it's not like Boeing's culture in that division is any better than Boeing's culture in Washington right now. They're they're screwed up across the board with the possible exception of St Louis. But that's really not bowing that's mcdonnell-douglas so.
Apocalyptic Battle for Take-Out Dollars: Uber Eats Pits Star Wars against Star Trek
"A. From wondering David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Wednesday September thirtieth. It's hardly a stretch to say that the pandemic has been delivery services, best friend, take-out meals, or so much more attractive when we're avoiding other people that's meant a surge in revenue for leaders and Hungary rivals Uber Eats and door dash in the second quarter ubereats. Gross delivery bookings totaled almost seven billion dollars a jump of well over one hundred percent from q one. Before we all started eating in as a privately held company door dashes keeping a lot of data to itself but the number of people using dash doubled from ten million last year to twenty million now according to research firm Emarketer. Possibly, to Ubereats Chagrin Jordache became so ubiquitous that it was responsible for more than half of all US meal delivery in April. Wow. That's according to market researcher. Edison Trans last week linked in named DOOR DASH number two on its list of top fifty startups based in part on exuberant hiring plans. The companies expected to go public by the end of the year Uber eats holds about thirty percent of US market share despite their rapid growth neither door dash nor ubereats has yet turned a profit chew on. Then these rivals are employing ever more creative marketing strategies in their efforts to. Become or remain top takeout dog ubereats constructed a quirky ad campaign that celebrates competition itself a sort of Meta Mezei the latest ads featuring unusual rivalry between get this star wars and star Trek. They star none other than Mark Hamill Luke skywalker in star wars and Sir. Patrick Stewart's Star Trek's Captain John Luc Picard they compete ferociously almost grimly in games of air hockey and connect for. But when an uber driver delivers a delectable dish, each breaks the foreboding mood to politely thanked the driver in this Ad. Stewart. Armed with Cricket Bat and Hamill carrying a baseball bat in a dark empty warehouse. Tonight. I'll be eating a Veggie cheeseburger. On Shibata. No tomatoes. Tonight I'll be eating four cheese. Tortellini. With extra tomorrow. Tony. Stewart so it's come to the. Thank you. Proper. Part of what makes the spot? So amusing is that the argument tomato tomato is, of course from the classic George Gershwin. Song, let's call the whole thing off. But of course, neither UBER EATS NOR DOOR DASH is planning to call the whole thing off quite the opposite if takeout became essential in March, it's remaining. So in could see even more growth this winter, a second wave of the virus causes more lockdowns. In Uber Eats case, the company says the campaign celebrating rivalries already been a huge success in Australia Taiwan Japan, where it launched last year and ad featuring Kim Kardashian and a fictional Australian character pushed uber eats brand awareness in Australia two levels quote on par with McDonnell's the company told Ad Week the new Stewart Hamill Lads bring the campaign to the US in Canada but whether the cleverness of ubereats his ad campaign can steal away
"mcdonnell" Discussed on KOMO
"Bag from McDonnell's, a chicken nuggets bag from Burger King and cookie bags from Burger King, McDonald's and Wendy's consumer reports says. Burger King and Wendy's did not respond to their requests for a comment. McDonnell said it had eliminated significant classes of pee fast and added, and I have the statement here. We know there is more progress to be made across the industry and we are exploring opportunities within our suppliers and partners. To go further. In quote that's Como's Connie Thompson. There's a chance any tip you might have recently given to an Amazon delivery driver never got to them. Combos era kinds explains that's due to a glitch in Amazon system, and it's the third time it's happened this year as demand for grocery delivery has dramatically increased during the pandemic, some of Amazons contract delivery drivers were not paid tips for as long as 10 days. Shorting them. Several $100 several Amazon flex drivers told the Seattle Times. Tips on delivery routes in the greater Seattle area were dramatically reduced or disappeared entirely from their earning statements beginning about a week and a half ago, a company spokesman says this glitch has been fixed and payments are currently in process. Our kite's coma News. Come on news time. 1 50 time for your propel insurance Money News. We do 2 2050 past the hour. Here's Jim Tesco stocks closed out Ah, volatile week on a positive note, with the major indexes all rising at least one on the third percent today. Tech shares paste the advance The downed US tools were up 358 points. Yes and P. 500 gained 50 to that tech heavy NASDAQ.
Congress releases scathing report on Boeing 737 Max
"Words, deception and basically disturbing both words used In a scathing report from Congress on their investigation into the Boeing 7 37 max development. It's re sort of its certification and maybe even it's re certification and about its relationship with the FAA. Pretty damning stuff. Right, John? By far the report that came out of the House Transportation Infrastructure Committee. Really highlights of very really damning picture of how Boeing and the FAA went about certifying the 7, 37, Max and All the missed opportunities to alter course and I think that you know, really spells, you know? Ultimately, a process breakdown about how this whole thing proceeded seemingly normally. But again going back in retrospect and looking at all these different opportunities to change course on DH account for this. The design of the 7 37 different way really is you see that over and over and over again in the house ended up collecting over it's over teaching of investigation. And it's my It's my guess that some people might actually go to prison on this because the actual behavior in my estimation was criminal. You know when you talk about criminal negligence It's written all over this, but it goes back to the basic relationship that the Federal Aviation Administration has with both manufacturers and with airlines. Two areas. They're supposed to regulate their not their clients. They're not. They're partners. I remember John being an immediate United Airlines. You may have even been there that day. I think you were When one of the operation guys, you know that stood up and said, You know, we are going to get the plane recertified. We're working with our partners at the FAA. And I stood up immediately and raised my hand and said, Excuse me. Did you just defined the Federal Aviation Administration as your partner? Isn't that the root problem here? And, uh, I didn't get a good answer. Because if you go back to the history of the FAA, we're talking decades. The people that actually certify any airplane, whether it's Boeing or in the old days, McDonnell Douglas or Lockheed or Convair. The people who certify that plane is airworthy. Or actually, on the payroll of the manufacturer. They're called FAA designated inspectors. Now, if that doesn't scream conflict of interest, I don't know what does The amazing thing is that that discussion is not new mean you like you just said that this this goes back decades. I mean, when when you hung it at you know what happened when the MacDonald does. DC 10 was ground back in the late seventies. There was all this discussion around delegated authority and how and how they're not. The FAA was able to act as an adequate regulator of Of those they were tasked with regulating And by the way, and by the way, John in that particular case, I know it so well. American Airlines maintenance guys figure out they could save four hours per engine change in maintenance by violating the maintenance manual and using a forklift truck instead of doing it with with pulleys and levers. Which violated the maintenance man, and they actually want told the FAA. They're gonna violate it. And the FAA said Okay and in the plane that crashed American flight 1 91 in Chicago, which, by the way, still ranks As the worst aviation disaster in this country in history. Up on the plane in question they were putting on a new engine. They have to fasten it with special bolts, and they had two of the bolts in two of the four bolts in when the when the lunch whistle blew So they went to lunch, and during lunch, they forklift lost pressure. Which is the reason why McDonald Douglas didn't want him to use a forklift truck. It bet one of the bolts and broke the other, but they didn't know it came back and install the other two bolts. They flew the plane empty to Chicago on the Friday of Memorial Day weekend, Back in 1979 and They took out a full load of passengers for Los Angeles. We know what happened next. So this we knew this. You know you're absolutely right. This this is this is or 40 years ago, just about Yeah, and you know, And when you look at the DC 10 I mean, I've spent a lot of time in the last two years looking at the history of it because it is so similar to the 7 37. You know a lot of the new Certainly the root causes were different around the maintenance. Of the engine and how it was attached the aircraft, But there are there were definitely issues around around looking at the same core issues as your craft manufactures, which is how do humans interact with their technology? And how do How did an aircraft respond to damage and it's never just one thing
Leslie Blodgett, former CEO and founder, bareMinerals
"Hey everyone this show might sound a bit different today because we're skimming from three different couches. This is still working from home for the time being because of covid nineteen today Leslie Logic joins us on skimmed from the couch. She is a trail blazer of the beauty industry leslie founded bare minerals, which she grew into a global empire by tapping into the power of marketing and community. And in two thousand ten, she saito acquired it for almost two billion dollars while her new best selling book. Pretty good advice. Give some pretty great advice and is available now leslie were except to have you welcomed skin from the couch. Thank you so much for having me looking forward to hanging with you guys. We have been very excited to do this. We met Leslie at a conference that we were at about almost two years ago year and a half ago we. Didn't know who it was like we knew her name, but we didn't know that she was the Leslie blodget. We just saw this like friendly looking who was wearing this very cool hat and standing outside getting coffee and she came up to us in and you're a huge fan of the scam and when we realized it was you I think we both like didn't even know what to. stadio. So I think it goes to show like you have such a friendly personality and. That makes everyone feel comfortable in talking to you and is also harshly how you are able to talk yourself into any room in in your early days of your career, which we're GONNA get into. So let's start off with our standard first question, which is Skim your resume for us our. Newspaper Out McDonnell's what did you do at McDonalds? Everything. I started with like cleaning toilets and sweeping the parking lot and then moved up to making burgers it Max then at fit. Two years of fit graduated in turned beauty companies. Always wore is shadow since I'm little kid went to work in the industry or selling makeup behind the counter spritzing fragrance bloomingdales in New York City in macy's met my husband at macy's while I was working behind. The counter is part of my resume I know it's a career thing is he's he's important. Did he keep coming back or did he like ask you on a date while you were working at the counter? All right. So I worked in macy's and part time because I was going to school and his girlfriend who's really cute. Girlfriend had the same shifts that I did like. He they lived in Brooklyn together and he would come in. So she didn't have to take the subway by herself at nights. and. That's how we met. We I I never knew the story Oh my God. So he would he would come. He was so sweet I kept asking do you have a brother friend and he did hook me up with friend once that didn't work out but it wasn't until they broke up a couple of years. Later he got a number and called me so what I didn't break any relationship. Okay. That's a good story though. Okay. So keep keep going macy's macy's then got a job at Halston Orelon you guys probably don't know a Halston, the fashion design end ud line I worked there for a little while then the big job was working at Max factor and then we were acquired by Revlon and moved to La? The company Max factor acquired by PNG and moved to Hunt Valley Maryland Maryland Baltimore had a baby in Maryland that was the best part. Of Maryland then we moved back to la because Keith wasn't digging Maryland so much whatever, and then he became the state Dad didn't have a career anymore after that I ended up being the breadwinner starting the kid was born and then were worked neutrogena. And then San Francisco in here we are what is something that people can't Google about you that we should now. Aren't. So here's the thing to that I. Don't have a Wikipedia page. My team for years wanted me to build one, but I had this issue with being. Out there. So I don't know what's out there and I'm very uncomfortable with what's out there. So what would people not know about me? That I can play the harmonica and hula-hoop at the same time. Did you do that growing up? On hula-hoop for sure the Harmonica, I learned as an adult. So I have a hula-hoop now as an adult that I use regularly. So then I just combined two gifts that I have. You write about a quote kind of stuck out at me. The quotas get desperate I wanna dig into what that means because I think you know when in reading about your story like we've gotten to know you a little bit over the last year or so and I knew the high level part of your story. But in researching for this, it don't think I really could appreciate her understood how you really got your foot in the door and so I want to understand what get desperate meant for you. Yeah I think for me. I always had to work hard to get noticed it in everything I did and I think number one is my parents were divorced when I was nine and we were left with her mom not that there was a bad vanishes that she was the the strict one the tough one. So I was always like driven to please her with I think a lot of kids have that too. She was never quite one hundred percent. Happy. So I was always trying to please her. So I was always going above and beyond to get the grades and to get on the teams and that type of thing because I wasn't. We didn't have a ton of money growing up I had to be creative. So by the time I went to two years of college and I. My first two years. It was rough because it was my first time being outside of my mother's like grip. So kind of had a little bit too much fun when I realized that I had to. GET DOWN TO BUSINESS. My mother helped me figure out what my passion was. I UNI but couldn't get in to fit I couldn't get a job behind the beauty counter, which is what I need to do to get into the cosmetic program and I had to so learned that when I'm desperate when I can't seem to find my way is when I get most creative by when I'm at the bottom feeling down instead of being depressed for long periods of time I just started thinking what would I do in little steps to get there the story I have in The book is about Bloomingdale's I. wanted to work there really did but they would not give me the time of day because I had no experience on mcadoo, you have it if you don't get it the only solution to that was to just be in their face and I thought without being too annoying I'm GonNa go to the buying office. I'm going to go there every day every morning I know when they come in because the first time I went and it was a very narrow hallway. And I would smile and they would have to brush past. We had to literally touch audience for them to get by, and they just saw me every day and I think you don't persist Internet way just. So dedicated to your personal 'cause I had no choice for sleeping on couches I didn't have a place to live. They said. Why don't you come in? We'll find something
"Hey. What's up? Welcome to in the big this is a podcast about politics race and culture. From a POC perspective I'm mighty at Sam and I'm Julia Galleria joining us today. All of us important team separate going crazy. We'd have to return all stars from Princeton. New Jersey is Dr Eddie Claude Junior James. S Mcdonnell Distinguished University professor at Princeton University Hey Eddie welcome back rose more pleasure. excited. We are so happy to have you so happy and joining us from Boston Massachusetts County. Crossley. She's host of W. H is under the radar you're on the radar for here Kelly. Welcome back. I'm so glad to be back and we're happy to have you back so. It has been a minute since the both of you have been on the show it's the first time that you're on the show in two thousand twenty, which is honestly like, wow, I know and a lot has happened since you were on this show, the coronavirus pandemic I became a survivor of the corona virus myself the movement now to defend black lives this extraordinary reckoning that's happening all across the country young people really turning up, and now the twenty twenty presidential election officially heating up amidst all of this it's been intense so Kelly start us off just what's your temperature check? How are you doing like for reals? I'm exhausted I'm exhausted physically and emotionally, and as I wrote about recently I have outraged fatigue and I'm trying to fight it Eddie. How're you doing? I'm holding on I'm just barely holding on actually it's just exhausted like Kelly. Trying to hold on tired of looking at this damn computer screen and really just trying to figure out a way to step away from this moment. You know because I'm drowning in it it's been pretty intense. It's crazy Julia for two people who feel exhausted and kind of drowning in it, I. Mean. We turn to Kelly and two Edita to help us to give context but I appreciate and this show who that we do we do let it all hang out as we used to say back in the nineteen seventies. But the point being about exhaustion I think it's important to recognize that and. Unfortunately, I feel like this level of exhaustion is going to continue because here we go twenty twenty election. And there is now a zoo meeting called the Democratic National Convention DNC which starts this week we. The. People. We the people call the forty eighth quadrennial Democratic National Convention to order. And it goes through Thursday, all our listeners. We're recording this conversation on a Monday afternoon so that you know, but you know the DNC I actually saw this video i. don't know if you saw it on twitter from Nineteen ninety-six, the DNC is starting in everyone's doing the Macarena. Acquit. On. Putting You this big Joyce Event and I remember that actually so it's going viral on twitter. Clinton's yeah yeah claims and ninety six. Oh I saw that. So anyway so they're doing them I got and I was like I remember these conventions and it's supposed to take place in Milwaukee. Obviously because pandemic, it's turned into this entirely virtual format talking about computer screens, Eddie? I'm like, oh So. What we do know is that on Thursday Joe Biden is scheduled to officially accept the nomination from his home state in Delaware on Thursday. On Monday night, the virtual convention featured speakers from former first, lady, Michelle Obama let me be as honest and clear as I possibly can. Donald Trump is the wrong president for our country. He has had more than enough time to prove that he can do the job, but he is clearly in over his head. He cannot meet this moment. He simply cannot be who we need him to be for us. It is what it is to Senator Bernie Sanders at its most basic this election is about preserving our democracy. During, this president's term, the unthinkable has become normal. He has tried to prevent people from voting undermined the US Postal Service deployed military and federal agents against peaceful protesters threatened to delay the election and suggested that he will not leave office if he loses. Is Not normal and we must never treat it like it is but you all know and we have people here who are critical of the Democratic Party like we are of the Republican Party. You've already heard the critique right that a number of the speakers like including Sanders and club HR, and Buddha judge and cory booker, all of them former candidates. So we've heard a lot from these people and one twenty twenty candidate was clearly not invited guests that was Oh let's see Mexican, who represents the largest non white voting block potential voters yes. That would be Latinos and Latinas and yes, they did not invite Julia Castro. Who is the only Latino candidate in the primaries so I mean look there are literally only a handful of Latino or Latina speakers. There are no Muslim speakers scheduled.
Together, We Grieve
"Yesterday. The number of people who died from covid nineteen in the United States surpassed. One hundred thousand doesn't even feel like I can say that number out loud without getting a pit in my stomach. I know you've probably heard this number by now. The please let that settle in for a minute too. Often we see numbers on the screen and we forget the real stories of people who are not here today because of this virus we have known at least for the last few weeks that this tragic milestone would come but it makes it no less painful. Everyone's going to try and contextualising comparing the tragic number of deaths to pass wars terrorist. Attacks Plane Crashes Natural Disasters But one way should not be described as is inevitable. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. Cnn's chief medical correspondent and this is corona virus fact versus fiction. Six months ago most of the world had never even heard of this novel Coronavirus Cove Nineteen. It was a virus that would change their whole lives. Some people would develop a cough a fever and then have a sudden decline. Some would require a breathing machine. Some never even made it to the hospital most dying alone because of the brutal contagious -ness of this virus family members of the sick and dying could not even be there so here we are left with memories and sadness and sinking feeling that we could have done better. And that's perhaps the most painful part of this whole thing so many of these deaths could have been prevented. We saw countries around the world afflicted with the same disease around the same time and yet heavy miniscule fraction of the infections in debts of the United States. Yes South Korea. It is one seventh the size of the United States but they have had fewer than three hundred people die total not three thousand not thirty thousand but fewer than three hundred. They didn't have a new magical therapy or a vaccine. They had nothing we didn't have. It was that they acted early. And we now know it made an exponential difference in lives saved about one in seven Americans. Now know someone who has died. I'm the corona virus. I am one of them. My friend Doctor. James T goodrich a truly gifted neurosurgeon. We first met when I was just a resident it would be a couple of decades before I got a chance to operate side by side with him during a groundbreaking operation separating the McDonnell twins little baby boy's conjoined at the head. Doctor Goodrich was considered the most experienced neurosurgeon in the world when it came to doing that operation when he died due to Covid we lost. Someone truly irreplaceable. The memory. I'll always hold onto about. Him is his smiling eyes peeking out from his surgical mask doing the thing that he loved more than anything else. So let's honor the memory of the more than one hundred thousand lives lost by committing ourselves to taking this virus. Seriously I will go ahead and just say it. It sucks what is happening. Right now is awful. Our country in the world had become infected and now we are dealing with an illness so different than any illness ever experienced by someone living today. It is a once in a century illness. And it sucks. We don't know exactly why we were stricken with this illness at this time in our collective human history but that doesn't mean we can't act. We must act. There are lessons to be learned not only from the past but from countries who battled against the same virus with greater success.
Washington, DC - Old Ebbitt Grill brought to its knees by the pandemic
"Three the corona virus pandemic has brought a legendary DC landmark to its knees the old Ebbitt grill during a normal year this coming weekend would be one to look forward to for the old Ebbitt grill mother's day is typically the biggest day of the year for us but not right now is the restaurant is dealing with major losses from the pandemic John McDonnell is the CEO of Clyde's restaurant group which owns the restaurant he says business is crawling with a restaurant offering carry out only we're not running at a rate which is long term sustainable we're simply doing the best we can to make it to the other side for now the
John Roberts may be leading the Senate impeachment trial, but this woman is shaping it
"As the Senate prepares for an impeachment trial one staff member will assist Chief Justice John Roberts to run the trial the Senate parliamentarian lives with Madonna and her aides are scrambling to prepare for an event with little precedent in American history impeachment trial of U. S. president they will advise Chief Justice John Roberts and how to run the trial and address a slew of arcane procedural questions that few if any have ever been asked McDonnell ran to her side of more than twenty years of Capitol Hill experience as a non partisan career government employee and rose to become the first female Senate parliamentarian in U. S. history her new role may begin this week Bernie Bennett
Malibu Creek Murder
"In August of two thousand eighteen officials from five different law enforcement agencies held a town meeting this is where they publicly acknowledged that they had no theory no suspect or no answers regarding the murder of Tristen Bo debt that same month month the Hollywood reporter stated that quote two sources with connections to the Malibu Lost Hills Sheriff's station. Tell the Hollywood reporter that detectives are working to assemble a physical composite of the tristen Bo debt shooter and are compiling a list of of persons of interest. This of course is news to everyone news that the La Sheriff's department had anything going to go on and all it seems perhaps the sheriff's department started to put some things together here. There is a weird thing a really weird thing in my opinion we have not only these strange weird shootings going on in the area area that had been going on for two years now. There's also been an uptick in burglaries on October ninth two thousand eighteen. The sheriff's department issued an official update on recent burglaries in the unincorporated calabasas Malibu areas it read on Tuesday Tuesday October ninth two thousand eighteen at approximately three a m a burglary occurred at the Gora Calabasas community center located at at the twenty seven thousand block of Malibu Hills Road in Calabasas detectives believed that the same suspect who was possibly involved in eight other burglaries glories use a rock to break the front glass door a vending machine inside the location was broken into with Iraq and numerous food food items were stolen. The suspect then walked away in an Unknown Direction Major Crimes Detectives along with other department resources are at the location today conducting a follow up investigation the most recent burglaries have occurred over a three month period. The suspect is described as a male adult slender build and wearing dark clothing. There were eight other recent burglaries that were laid out in this press release. We won't go through all of them as it's quite boring portion of the story but I'll give you the dates. There were two in October of two thousand in eighteen. There were two in September of two thousand eighteen one in July of two thousand eighteen and then we had one in March of two thousand thousand seventeen and then to an October of two thousand and sixteen none of these break ins involved residents they we're all professional buildings and commercial structures. Police stated that they felt that the burglaries were all connected but why did the police feel feel the need to issue a press release about some minor burglaries will probably because there's a bunch of shootings that they didn't tell the public about so since he got a bunch of back lash on that they probably thought we need to come clean about these break ins well yet and people were starting to wonder could the there'd be a suspected connection could law enforcement be thinking that there's a connection between the burglaries and the shootings yeah so speaking to the Media Era Sheriff Jim McDonnell said investigators weren't yet ready to link the two together he said but we won't rule anything out he said said but it would be premature to connect these cases nonetheless the media had already jumped to this conclusion that the hunt for the burglary suspect back in the hunt for the shooter were in fact one in the same articles and TV news stories appearing during the first week of October two thousand eighteen eighteen reported a massive that massive searches were being conducted by the Los Angeles Sheriff's department in Malibu County a dozen officers on ATV's and they're like decked out in tactical gear. They were riding through the park aided by helicopters and bloodhounds. They were pulling out all the stops for this vending machine robber who stole doritos yeah. It's pretty pathetic when you think about the lack of attention in the lack of effort that they gave to M- trees Richardson it emerged that indeed the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department wanted to question the armed burglar about Tristan's murder there appeared to be two reasons for law enforcement's interest in this thief one was that a surveillance footage that was found from the September thirtieth break in at Malibu Valley Farms Construction Office showed that the burglar who stole nothing but food again was dressed in tactical tactical gear was wearing a headlamp in a mask and was carrying a rifle. The burglary location was less than a quarter of a mile from from the campground where Tristan Bodak was killed. The other reason is that a park maintenance worker reported talking to a man who quote fit the description of the arm burglar. It's not clear whether this man was actually carrying a weapon when he approached the park worker but apparently apparently the man asked for a ride out of the canyon. He wanted to go to a different area a mile or so south of the camp campground and he says this is because there's so many police in the area the worker refused to drive this man anywhere and actually his report the Workers Kerr's report triggered these these big time searches that we're now seeing rain so even where we have quote we haven't linked it to bow debts killing lying but we certainly haven't ruled
"mcdonnell" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"You not when you were mine members Bob McDonnell's they bought it when I was around a hundred and eighty three dollars. and they got all orders around two hundred and twenty five dollars. there was about a I think around thirty five percent gain similar twenty five percent gain something like that. and. twenty three percent gain it was green ****. so many my members were in McDonalds then. it turned red it meant that money's coming out the institutional money being pulled out the big banks the big insurance they're pulling money out of McDonald's today. polemic the money out of a Donald said so going back to August twenty fifth. H. dropped six percent he tells this guy to Bali are you kidding what do you buy when institutions are pulling money out and you can see on my chart it turned red. and it's got the momentum indicator which faction up and says institutions are pull their money out you just buy buy buy. we were just unbelievable just I don't believe that's the beautiful thing about a chart because chart you don't follow these mortar mouse you don't follow these dopes. you just make stuff up the shape that the economy is strong when there when the president trump is Bagan to go back to your interest rates is just ridiculous it's alive. just like last week they started talking about last week well you should be in you you should be in our goal you should be in gold gold we've taken our profits in gold and we just short of goal our gold stocks we started by in may and here they are told to start buying gold now it shipped hamburger we bought in may and we had an average of sixty percent return on our gold stocks and what we did and if you put up the chart a put up again a U. ism was one of our goals stocks. and we have a mobile device you can go to Phil's game dot com. and out of shot you right now the chart maybe to colour coded chart it just like a galaxy how McDonald's turned red chain thing we did here now we bought a yield on may thirtieth. it went from it went to about twenty four box that was about a sixty percent gain this year my chart turned red. is there a church read that media institutions are pulling money out to look at a you just just like McDonalds it told us want to by McDonald's when you get out look at my A. U. is set to buy it but we bought it back we bought a back in may they're telling people by by a gold right now. when they're taking money out of gold. since everybody's all over gold gold and silver miners this that and the other thing and so is the real rates go down that is a positive for Goldens are inversely related and we think over the next year. go let me tell what's happened with coach too late now. when cold remember when you have. a contracting yield where people are shifting out of the stock market going into the bond market for safety yields contract they go down the dollar always follows the same direction and when the dollar goes down then your gold goes up. so you have to do join my gang eight seven seven six and again join follow chart in you'll do well. want more information on the show fills game dot com or give them a call at eight seven seven six hundred..
"mcdonnell" Discussed on Comedians Interviewing Musicians
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"mcdonnell" Discussed on Comedians Interviewing Musicians
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Pressure on Boris Johnson mounts as 50 more MPs sign letter demanding he recalls parliament
"British prime minister Boris Johnson is under increasing pressure to recall parliament after leaked government documents warned of widespread shortages and border delays if the U. K. leave the E. U. without a withdrawal agreement while a conocer long predicted such grim scenarios brexit backers have dismissed the forecast to scare mongering the opposition labor party spokesman on treasury issues John McDonnell supports the demands of more than a hundred lawmakers who signed a letter demanding that Johnson cut short parliament's summer recess to permit debate on the brexit crisis Johnson is expected to underscore his commitment to leave the U. on October thirty first with a without a deal later this week when he meets with German chancellor Angela Merkel and French president Emmanuel mark crawling ahead of the next G. seven summit Jeremy house
Boris Johnson ordered to recall Parliament over no-deal Brexit fears
"Minister Boris Johnson is under increasing pressure to recall parliament after leaked government documents warned of widespread shortages and border delays if the United Kingdom leaves the European Union without a withdrawal agreement correspondent Jeremy house has more on that story well economists have long predicted such grim scenarios brexit backers have dismissed the forecast to scare mongering the opposition labor party spokesman on treasury issues John McDonnell supports the demands of more than a hundred lawmakers who signed a letter demanding that Johnson cut short parliament's summer recess to permit debate on the brexit crisis Johnson is expected to underscore his commitment to leave the E. U. on October thirty first with a without a deal later this week when he meets with German chancellor Angela Merkel and French president Emmanuel mark crawling ahead of the next G. seven summit Jeremy house
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"British prime minister Boris Johnson is under increasing pressure to recall parliament after leaked government documents warned of widespread shortages and border delays if the United Kingdom lease the European Union without our withdrawal agreement correspondent Jeremy house says more on the story well economists have long predicted such grim scenarios brexit backers have dismissed the forecast to scare mongering the opposition labor party spokesman on treasury issues John McDonnell supports the demands of more than a hundred lawmakers who signed a letter demanding that Johnson cut short parliament's summer recess to permit debate on the brexit crisis Johnson is expected to underscore his commitment to leave the E. U. on October thirty first with the without a deal later this week when he meets with German chancellor Angela Merkel and French president Emmanuel mark crawling ahead of the next G. seven summit Jeremy house reporting Johnson urged parliament to listen to compromise more on these stories at
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"McDonnell in Hong Kong many thanks for that not hard to picture those demonstrations when you hit Stephen reporting from the midst of it is it junior what what do you make of what's going on in Hong Kong well it's is obviously a very decisive moment for for China for the authorities in Beijing I think we're seeing a real push back against the you know the fundamental principles of the one country two systems agreements I then he was seeing real generational change and I think what's happening in Hong Kong really reflects the anxiety and the concern of the younger generation of Hong Kong residents that the agreement which is due to expire in twenty forty seven is probably coming to a close to a more rapid and then have been anticipated can you imagine a military cracked down on peaceful protesters in Hong Kong by Beijing I think that the will be intense international pressure on the eyes of the world will be on China to see China's handling of this I think China has an awful lot to lose by I'm a very militarized response to this so I expect the Chinese authorities will probably be holding back for as long as possible China is traditionally unafraid of international public opinion in the case of the human rights of the week as it listens to very few protests but I think Hong Kong is a is a very very different geographical and telecommunications situation from the weaker areas and I think it's gonna be very very hard to kind of impose a type of media climb down and shut down on Hong Kong that China has been able to do in other parts of of its torturers if you get just watching the the the voices TV feed coming in is extraordinary isn't it the number of people when when will the umbrella suddenly go off it just it looks like one organism almost in this pond very hard to see how they've been a really powerful symbol the umbrellas of the of the movie yeah I think it's I I mean I'm not sitting no expert on Hong Kong but we we had a great infographic of which is showing all the different techniques the protesters have been using to organize the umbrellas of course to shield themselves from police but lease elaborate hand signals they all they all being like water flowing around the police and very very hard to control thank you Matthew at least thirteen people have been arrested in the US city of Portland in Oregon following rival demonstrations by far right and by left wing groups a huge police presence kept the two groups separate and avoided big violent clashes on the one side with supporters of a far right group called proud boys who won the anti fascist or anti for movement to be declared a domestic terror organization this demonstrator explained why he was taking pause awareness.
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"Clam McDonnell. Today, the first democratically elected, president of Egypt Mohamed. Mercy he died, suddenly a courtroom yesterday has this morning been buried critics of the country's authorities say was preventable death. Also, we'll be hearing from the pro-democracy leader, just released from prison in Hong Kong, Joshua Wong, okay. Asking him why he's calling the territory's chief executive to stand down democracy groups in Sudan calling for night protests starting tonight. An interview with one of the organizers coming up. We've got the business coming up with Philip Hampshire and the sport with our Ross stay tuned. That's newsday. Hello. This is David Austin, with the BBC news. The former chip shin president Muhammad Morrissey has been buried in Cairo hours after he died suddenly after collapsing in court. Several members of his family were present they'd been refused permission to take his body to his hometown for public funeral. The former is the president had been in prison for six years, following his overthrow by the army in twenty thirteen Egyptian state television said he suffered a heart attack, but human rights groups have called for an impartial investigation into his death saying that a serious questions about his treatment in custody Hussein view me is from Amnesty International since he was ousted begging nudge, allies team, he has been kept fictive our from any contact with outside world on the able to see his family for three times. He would only talk to prison guards, and even when he goes to court, you'll be getting a law. Cage where he could not be heard his family alleged that he's been unable to receive medical care that he needs considering that he has diabetes. The Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Ye has criticized the United States use of what he called extreme pressure against Iran. And one of the dangers of opening Pandora's box in the Middle East speaking in Beijing to meeting Syria's foreign minister, the store Wang said China was concerned about the situation in the Gulf, and called on all sides to ease tensions on Monday, the US that it was sending an extra one thousand troops to the Middle East in response to what it called hostile behavior by Iranian forces. The United Nations has children were used as suicide bombers in a triple attack in the Nigerian state of Borno on Sunday. At least thirty people were killed and more than forty others injured in the assault from Legos Miami. Jones reports UNICEF says multiple. Reports claim Sunday's attacked with carried out by a boy and two girls. Their ages are not yet known the attack happened outside the hall, where people were gathered to watch television in the town of canoeing in Borno state. According to UNICEF, five children have been used in suicide attacks since the beginning of the year in twenty teen forty eight children, we use this human bombs, including thirty eight girls. The attack is believed to have been carried out by the book of Ranji had his group by any Jones reporting, an internal United Nations reporters found, there was a systematic failure in the organization's approach to me and Ma ahead of the exodus of row hinge Muslims in two thousand seventeen the study says serious errors were committed and opportunities missed before the mass atrocities by mall security forces. It highlights the division between UNH inside and officials that wanted to pursue quiet diplomacy, and those determined to speak out against human rights abuses. World news from the BBC. And you report says the higher education system in Syria has been devastated by the war that broke out eight years ago, about a quarter of university staff, have left the country, June, Kelly reports report paints, a picture of a sector undermined by the destruction of syllabus and the militarization of campuses. The research team spoke to Syrian academics living in exile in Turkey, a number described detention at the hands of so-called Islamic state. The team also make contact with nearly one hundred twenty staff and students universities inside Syria. The report says the hemorrhaging of intellectual talent and the security threat to individuals means that academics on't able to play that part in rebuilding Syrian, society and shaping the country's future. The Senate of Berlin Cirta vote on a draft law to freeze rents in the German capital for the next five years, rents have risen sharply in the booming city and the left-wing coalition and Berlin wants to keep housing affordable. The. Wren trees could affect about one and a half million properties..
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"We are here in the mobile studio at the Consumer Electronics Show here in Las Vegas, and we have another repeat guest. Bob, McDonnell Savar. Welcome. Thanks to take the time out of this craziness out here called, thanks. They'll happy to be here again and happy to reconnect with my old Glenwood, buddy. Yeah. Yeah. Closer. You don't recall. He shared the story a little bit last year show. Baba's a is a long-term one of the top five analysts in Silicon Valley covered the PC space for many many years, which impacted me when I was at HP, and it turns out that Bob and reconnected when I was speed, but Bob, and I ended up going to junior high and high school together S, I'm the south side of Chicago. So we always have those little fun jab about doing shoutouts to the old gags. The Dow Glenwood and factoid that even longtime. We're listeners probably don't know. Is that Bill was a decent baritone player. Yeah. Yeah. I was first year. Verita remind Bob I was I share baritone. He was second chair trombone that was only briefly battle with Caruso. You've been out roaming around the show here. So what what are you seeing? That's kind of interesting. It is. It is. So obviously, the show just continues to grow in terms of its relevance it areas, you know, and you've got all got the wacky gadgets as if you've had for a long time, obviously automotive is huge or more robotics this year. We can talk more about that a little bit. But you know, one fascinating takeaway. And since you brought up. And this really of hit me is that ironically, some of the biggest announcements I think this year, some of the biggest noise has actually been from the old school categories of PC's and TV. And those are the two largest categories from a revenue perspective. That exist in consumer electronics people often forget that. And they still bribe the bulk of the purchases per dollar spent. And an interesting thing about them all the announcements were incremental, right? There were no breakthrough announcements. I did just come from the AMD press conference with they announced their first seven nanometer break. But really at the end of the day, all these things are relatively metal. And I think that's also reflection of where the consumer electronics industry is as a whole. You know, I think there have been times where we've had a big jumps. And then kind of more evolutionary then jumps and then evolutionary, and I feel like we're we're on the cusp of some big ones, I think, but we're just on the cost and a lot of the stuff this year. I thought was kind of interesting in terms of it being more Evelyn enhancements in these areas. You know, we saw eight KT, which I would argue Israel. It's kind of an evolution people announce AK than others. Blake. We saw obviously advances on everything from it via an Intel and AMD. And then all the system guys are announcing new systems and a ton of gaming. Gaming is a huge deal. There's a lot of that. And some hints of what I think is going to be really big which is game streaming. I think we're getting a little bit early of the worst of interest. The volume of video traffic over twitch. But I'm talking about actually delivering the game. So in other words, a Netflix games played club as games. Therefore, I don't have to pay. I'm in the middle of a major upgrade on my black. An example. Drop three grand on doing a PC upgrade, right? Daming? Rick. You don't need to do that. That's still not look you're never gonna get. You know, the exact same experiences when you have the latest generation are there. But for a lot of people the ability to be able to play a game like at the AM depressed office. They talked about their deal with Google to do the Google stream system where you're going to be able to play from a chrome browser on anything and get ten eighty sixty frames per second on some triple a type game, regardless of what kind of device hardware you have. That's great. Because what it does introduces bore people the opportunity lady the ones who really get into it. Then we'll get a dedicated rig, but it gives you the flexibility. Also when we think about cloud based gaming the start something on a session somewhere. And then if you move around onto another device or you're traveling pick it up on a different device that doesn't necessarily have same level. Of course. So anyway, I think that's an interesting thing. So that was one of the big takeaways was this kind of sense of what's going on. And then we start to see things like, you know, obviously LG showed their Rollerball last year the role foldable TV role. Whatever you wanna call any years that I've been flexible, too, I know, exactly. But now they're actually announce it announced it's gonna be a real product. That was the difference. So I thought that was interesting development as well. But again, sort of I would argue more of an incremental thing within the big category. Other interesting news TV's, of course, was the apple itunes in home kit integration with a lot of the big TV player. So for years Apple's had obviously not only not a physical presence, but not much of a real presence at seat after the early days when a huge portion of CBS would be apple accessories. That's kind of all die down. I mean, it's there, but it's not as big a deal. Right. And so Apple's influence on the show really kind of wait. Now, all the sudden they've finally opened up home kit and items be software base and their work. They announced the deal with Samsung for tunes and then with Samsung, Sony, LG and physio or on kit and airplay to and eventually I think tunes on on those. Level. Also announced apple TV half. What I'm saying? That's the apple TV I tunes app on these. So and when apple announces their streaming services, they're expected to later this year, all of a sudden all these sparked TV's we'll be able to play without having to buy an apple though, that was actually a very interesting, but again incremental panel discussion, but also highlights streaming and the importance of what we're going to see in terms of streaming Donnelley's video content. They said. So to me again, pulling it back it's about the evolution of these mainstream categories, integrating some of the new stuff, the cloud based thing and kind of giving us a different view of where we're going overall. Yeah. Well, I agree with you. We're seeing. Aka, we're actually there are some sixteen kids on the floor in my view. Everybody always asks because it's going to drive like a consumer rushed to life when everybody upgrade HD. Right. But at least it was a different form factor. It was a big step up you go from HD even four K you roughly fifty fifty with consumers being able to tell the difference. What we find actually leaves? My opinion is is color actually has a bigger impact on the perception of resolution, then resolution does absolutely. And the reason why or KTV's are doing so. Well, now is because they're four K H D R, the high dynamics, and that's the thing that is getting people to go up to four K does. You're right. On the resolution side, you have to be really big super big screens or super close in some cases color makes a big deal. So the concern with a K is we'll look you already got HDR four K. They're all you're really getting AK. Is that extras and oh, by the way, right now, there's zero content. What you're doing is making pixel upscale existing four k content to these screen. So and the interesting thing on on the Cape front is we're getting a very as expected an enormous range of of solution. Some vendors have been really discreet about how to separate a from Bork. Others are just like they're throwing aka across the line. I think that's going to use. And I dug in this a little bit. So for example, Stony they're only eight gate are larger than therefore. So there's a very discreet simple way to say. Look if you want an eight or ninety five I know, it's great. But if you want something that big, then we'll give you eight K. Right. And you figure anybody who wants a TV that big probably wants eight K. Exactly. So that makes sense. But with a lot of these other vendors, they're you know, they're doing fifty five or sixty five that's the mainstream of four case it it's like, well, wait a minute. Now. How do you sell that? Really? I think confused, so we'll see what happens. But again, none of it's going to matter until there's AK content. That's a long way. Well, I think it actually gonna come around sooner. Because in the case of the work that we do at Kibble labs. One of our members j com Japan, the whole push to eight k is because it's a regulatory requirement in Japan or the twenty twenty and we'll. Twenty Olympics cable operators broadcasters in Japan have to be able to transmit AK content because they're gonna shoot it. Right. So it again, you could argue whether that's a good regulatory push to drive innovation or not such a good thing. But it's a lot of attention getting a huge amount of attention in Japan in the ramp up to the twenty twenty Olympics. We're gonna take another quick commercial break when we come back to your conversation with Bob McDonnell talking about what are all the new and exciting and interesting things happening in Las Vegas here at the Consumer.
"mcdonnell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Pilot and Claire McDonnell. We're going back to prison now and the looming prospect of Brexit, Prime Minister, Theresa may is making a last-ditch to tempt to persuade 'em piece of backup Brexit deal as tomorrow's key Commons vote approaches, she'll use a speech today to warn the parliament is more likely to block Brexit. Stan let the UK leave with no deal. Yeah. Now such are the warnings of economic and other disruptions, particularly in the case of a no deal Brexit, which simply means a cutting ties between the UK and the EU that someone has spotted what they think is a gap in the market emergency food storage UK selling you Brexit boxes, it'll allow you to stockpile food. They're not just a box. They come with stuff already in them. So they kind of pre stockpiled for emergency shortages. Here's the company owner James Blake. It's got a mixture of freeze dried food in tins and pockets as also go watch filter and a bottle of. Jail the food itself will last for twenty five years in the tens if you don't have to open them say if purchased it and everything goes, absolutely swimmingly for Brexit. And you don't actually have to use it. But it's perfectly finds a store for that for the next emergency, yum, yum, and you can use the Firelight adjourn presumably to burn your furniture, as we'll be necessary is they're actually really reason for concern over the food supply. Or is this scaremongering? That's the question we put to Tim Benton, Tim is an expert in food systems so delivery and supply at the university of Leeds the real issue. I think is our fresh food in general we have about ten days worth of food in the country, but that's much less with fresh food and for fruit and vegetables, the the about eighty percent of the food that we eat comes in through the borders, and you really can't stockpile fresh fade. So if there is a breakfast disruption because of knee border inspection posts. So whatever, then I think that's where most people will feel issues. But clearly, if something horrible horrible horrible goes wrong, then even in the dried food and canned food stuff, we still only have ten days worth. So, you know, there is potential in the extreme case of us all feeling the pinch. That's interesting. So cans are actually worth stockpiling. But there's there's nothing you can really do just give us an idea on fresh fruit. And so what what percentage of food does Britain actually, make how food insufficient is the UK. So in general where about half the food? We eat is imported that rises to about eighty percent of the food that we eat being imported for fresh fruit and vegetable and it's down to about twenty percent for lock stock products. So it depends on on on the food type, but the fresh fruit and vegetable because most of it two thirds of the eighty percent we import comes from Europe. And if we start having to put in. Checks at the borders for stuff coming from Europe. Then there's very easily without just in time food system, very easy for disruptions to grow and grow and grow. And then be very long. Accused the board apart pop points, and then not us not being able to find it in the supermarket. Have you been asked to sort of war game or muddle eventualities and saw with your expertise? Not not personally. But there have been a number of studies have been done in the last year or two and the government is quite convinced that the market will solve the issues, and that there is enough capacity across various ports, and that might be true on average over the next month little too, but on the day of Brexit and the week of Brexit as the disruption starts to happen. There is the potential for the worst case scenario to happen. And what is the worst case scenario because we've seen for example, the government already chartering boats and ferries to try to increase the capacity to get stuff across. But of course, if it's being held in customers in France, there won't be anything to put all the boats. That there is a risk of that. And that's certainly true for for some things like livestock product projects there has to be whole new regimes of inspection. But the real worst case scenario, I think is if something goes wrong and the borders get blocked, even if temporarily because they can't let the lorries through because they don't have the right piece of paperwork or software or something like that. Then are just in time food system. Right. Start to collapse. Because because there's twice you've used the no deals, you know, the the worst case scenario, very briefly is anyone in government doing anything to solve that eventuality. Or are. They just not bothering. No, there's a there's a real lot of thinking going on. But on the day. What will happen who will have responsibility for doing? What the details matter? And if we just don't get to the fleet rolling through the motorways, then it's the sort of thing that people could panic about and it's the panic that I think is more worrisome than the event itself. Tim benton. Warning, you not to panic and yes, he does. He says always keep full fridge. And he's got cans under his stance. We're going around his house his Matthew. Hello, good morning. Claire Andy Murray is on court at the Australian Open tennis, I date thereof and as we've been saying for the last couple of days, this potentially is his last professional tennis matches paying Roberto Battista got of Spain who is the twenty second seed, actually and Murray is three two up in the first set that is going on serve is he served I and made him work for it. But Murray is nothing if not a fighter, and so he will fight to keep you posted on all of fact later through the day here on the BBC sport today. Nine hundred thirty GMT John is now the men's night seed or the ousted Yelena Ostapenko the women's twenty-second seat. She has gone as well and plenty of reaction still to that victory for Manchester United against Tottenham Hotspur yesterday by goals. To nil at Wembley gavitt the keeper getting a huge amount of praise for a stellar performance. In the second half a half, which Maria poacher tina's was said was the best you've ever seen from his Spurs side. But I couldn't score against a, hey, a brilliant from him eleven saves in that half and United preserved their lead. So they're contenders. Once again, you think maybe not for the title, but certainly for the Champions League quite a turnaround so excited to watch what they're doing them. Thank you business. Now. Philip Hampshire's looking at China asking. If the economy is slowing lots of interesting economic numbers. They're always interesting, and they're not always six point seven percent. But often Philip tell us more for the timeshare. Yes. The Chinese economy has produced a lot of data this morning lot of it looks if he is well on joined live by Jillian Evans Pritchard who is senior China economist over capital economics in Singapore. Julian thank you for joining me. Let's start off with some of these numbers that have been coming out with regards to China's exports. If we take the whole of twenty thousand eighteen is a year, China's been exporting more. But in the last month, we had the biggest monthly fall in two years. So people are worried about China's economy. Yeah. So that the government is very keen to emphasize the annual figures for obvious reasons. The December figure it's really more interesting in terms of what happens next, and it paints a very different picture to what we have to start the year. When exports were growing at twenty percent year on year exports really slavery shops in December now contracting almost five percent year-on-year driven by by chief actors, really, that's the fact is Trump taps, which initially didn't have to negative in touch because US important that she stepped up their imports from China. A tough hike that was frightened to come into force started January, but it's now been delayed now the truth temporary truce between Trump the. Employ headed that hike. Come on. We're starting to see more of the the negative impacts from those times ever drag is just simply that the global economy seems to be slowing quite clear from global manufacturing pm is for example, that you know. Economy entered the year. Much weaker than the. Additional drag on Chinese trade very quickly. We've also had numbers out on Chinese investment in the United States slumped to a seven-year low down eighty four percent from its peak. What's happening there? Well, I think that that factors here as well. I mean, one is, you know, the the environment for Chinese investment in the US has become a lot less stressful. They've increased scrutiny a Chinese investment for national security reasons. But I think the other key reason is domestically China's made it much harder for companies to invest overseas. Particularly in developed markets like the US. And Europe, and you know, the initial motivation for those restrictions was air concerns about cast outside but actually comes out. So he's have been relatively under control recently. Instead, it's more of a question of China doesn't run a very large accounts efforts any more that needs to recycle has to choose outflows quite Cassidy chosen to get preferential treatment outflows investment for its belts and right project, which. Stay within Asia chosen to make life difficult for Chinese fans. Markets which I think in many ways, it's counterproductive because actually a lot of the visit of high knowledge high tech know-how that they want to acquire in the market, and they're making it very hard for found to quiet. Those ability Julian thank you very much for joining me today that was Jillian Evans Pritchard of capital economics in Singapore Hampshire, but the business thank you. It's Newsday from the BBC World Service, Lawrence Pollard and Claire McDonnell with you go to Indonesia, and our officials say they found the black box voice recorder from a line air flight which crashed into the sea of Takata in October all one hundred and eighty nine people on board died BBC correspondent in Jakarta is Rebecca Henchi, and I spoke to her earlier she explained to me what exactly had been found. This is what they've been looking for. I mean, there's been intense pressure on both the officials as well as Lionair itself from the families can to start their search again to find the second black box. The voice recorder. So Lionair themselves funded a very expensive search for ten days didn't find anything and just last week the government launched the second a search, and they say that they recovered it. There was a weak signal from the second black box. And they say they've now brought it ashore there is some concern about what sort of state. It will be in the ficials saying, it has obvious scratches on it. But they hope what it holds is the conversations the last conversations between the pilots in the cockpit and also conversations with the control room. And this crash was what's the world's first of a Boeing seven three seven. Max jets, a new aircraft? What what are the preliminary investigations all suspicions that behind this crash? Well, the early reports by Indonesia's transport safety their investigations are all pointing to technical issues with these almost brand new plane, and as you say a very nude model from a Boeing they've. Have looked at issues in Lyon, this budget airline in terms of maintenance and pilot training, quite quite damning reports there, but also looking at these Boeing's anti stole system, which is different in this model to previous planes that to the manufacturer has put out and also looking at a recently replaced sensor that the plane had because the plane on a previous flight from Bali Jakarta. They found had serious technical problems. They were in the log now lion. Air insist those problems were fixed before it took off again that the investigation is really focusing on the technical issues with the plane and some of the families of those who have died on that flight have launched legal action against Boeing for their concern over the maintenance of the type of the plane correspondent, Rebecca, hence key. Speaking to me from Jakarta at twenty four. Four minutes past the hour. Dylan's most famous songs? The hurricane has carries on for the next eight and a half minutes telling the story of the books are Rubin Carter the murders that he was accused of he spent nearly twenty years in jail. He was tried twice found. Guilty twice then released in what is an incredibly notable case.