30 Burst results for "Mcintosh"
"mcintosh" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast
"The show very very glad to be with you. Yeah cracker. I really want to kick things off with a huge congratulations on the recent grammy nomination for your new album all rise. Yeah thank you man thank. I'm i'm always shocked. A i've been doing this a while now and i still am shocked When i come and as a arena of five thousand people or their somebody finds my record and and get a nomination is just still blows me away like wow. My brothers used to always say living dream. And i am yup yup. That's it but you know. I feel like one of the attributes that really distinguishes you as an artist. Gregory is this year you have for precise sounds and on all rise you move between recording at the legendary capitol studios in la. A studio in paris is famed. Sanjay limaye neighborhood plus then. The strings were recorded at none other than abbey road. Yeah you share. What was so special about each of those studios with us. What capital studio in los angeles before we started all the sessions. I i've been in that studio recording studio many times. Very comfortable with engineer there and my i call him my home producer. He's my mentor. Come out. Kenya is just down the way in san diego and knew he wouldn't be able to do the full project so i wanted to be in a place where i feel comfortable. He felt comfortable and we could work together to build the foundation of the record. And that's what we did there. We just recorded about five songs but the songs you know when you go into. A recording session is The songs that you know we're going to be on the record. Their songs are like okay. In the process things will be called down. So when i knew exactly would be on. The record is what he helped co produce and We started the foundation there and his iconic place the home nat king cole. Home of frank sinatra so many other great list goes on. It's incredible list goes on and you actually using their equipment. And that's microphone. Frank sinatra's chair you know. Do the engineer share with you like this came from this person. They used this on this session. Absolutely oh man. That's absolutely in particular. The last record that i did with al schmidt. We did in studio as well. And he was there for those recessions with nat king. Cole with frank sinatra. So he's a real legend and he makes he makes that record the nat king cole. Record but Yes and then going to where we did. The bulk of the record in paris and the studio assange ma. We wanted to make a home base because we were there for two weeks. Nice to kind of take over the studio and essentially what we did. I mean the refrigerator. There was field with all our drinks and snacks. And and the couch had the indentation of our asses and so it was It was really hard. You know your home. And i was singing from the The control room and just watching my band and we took over the space and that was really just coming into the lab every day and doing exactly what it is that you wanted to do and i actually have never recorded like that. I've never taken that amount of time. So that was refreshing. Well it's funny to hear you talk about that too. Because i read that your team sort of thought. Well we're gonna put gregory in paris with the band. The band can be setting up. He can take some time straw. The avenues take an espresso and a croissant. Just working night and day. Yeah well this was. My plan would not the teams plan. They were like gregory. That's gonna cost too much money. I was like no. This is what i wanna do. I wanna take the energy of paris and these feelings these energies even this political acceptance shuna sekwa genus. Sequeira wanna bring that and see what that does to the recordings. The does to my feeling at the microphone. I like that and that was the idea and we did it for about two days at the beginning of the session. And then just you know the work hollick in me came with the funny thing is i was getting my coffee and croissants. Just start at seven. Am by eight thirty. Nine o'clock i was in the studio and the things that we had delivered were very very you know they were like okay. Bring me some local french champagne and bridges though from i and baguettes it surreal. It is beautiful over there and the food is amazing and we ordered when we were ordering food from all of the contributing cultures of paris and it did have an effect on on the vibe and we finish the strings with the london symphony orchestra and abbey road. So that was that was a great experience. As what incredible did you fly over for that one or did you have your team work in the studio. He i didn't know i was there but i'd already done my singing. Saw him. I was just making sure that everything was done in the right place. You know the funny they. They use that studio for everything now. I mean there's a you can do music there. You're going to have tours. You can even have parties. That's amazing yeah. A couple of years ago. I know nile rodgers took over as an ambassador. He's he's actually nam basseterre for abbey road now for this album. You assembled a ten piece choir as you mentioned the london symphony orchestra strings and the killer horn section. This is all on top of your regular band. him gregory. What was it that you really wanted to convey with this lp. I had been working with a lot of orchestras around the world. Both with my material and with the music of nat king cole. My my previous record roy. And so. I had a relationship with all of us wonderful orchestras and the fear of that had gone away. You know because there was a fear. When i started to work with orchestras and spent some many years now but sort of the fear of the classical world and the yeah and then there is not even. The fear of the classical world is I have a different approach about music. You know i'll stop the whole thing and until the violins to cry more. You know and love and you have to have the right orchestra you have to have the right orchestra and the right conductor. And and i've found and in troy miller my producer and arranger. He has an understanding of what i was trying to achieve and what i wanted emotionally and of work with the london symphony orchestra many times for different television shows. So it was. It was a perfect fit. Just be an in the uk a a particular thing. This extraordinary for me is this This cultural thing that has happened with black. American music howard's traveled. You know it's all around the world and the flavor of southern gospel blues. Which is that sound that you hear in the black church. Black american church how that travels. It's incredible hand. That sound exists in the uk in these churches that are some of the members are from the caribbean. Some are from africa nigeria. But when they're in that head space the accent goes away and they become members of the black diaspora centered in the american south and they sound like the gospel choirs at i grew up singing in. I'm surprised to hear that. This is the case gregory that you recorded the gospel choir over there because like you're saying you absolutely cannot.
Daniels, Pickens connect, lead No. 12 Georgia over Missouri
"JT Daniels tosses a pair of touchdown passes to George Pickens and want to James Cook to lead Georgia passed misery forty down to fourteen Daniels finishes the day sixteen of twenty seven for two hundred ninety nine yards ticket sales and five passes for a hundred and twenty six yards and that's what it looks like when it's stored one on one I'll never overthrow George I was never over there George always thrown up to him and you know he's got I mean a a a fifty fifty ball George eighty twenty ball the bulls get rushing touchdowns from severe white Kenny McIntosh Dejan Edwards and cook as they improved their record to seven two the Tigers touchdowns come on runs for Leri Rowntree and Connor Basil lack misery style five and four Georgia out Russia's Missouri three hundred sixteen to twenty two Michael Reaves Columbia
No. 13 Georgia runs all over South Carolina in 45-16 victory
"James Cook ran for one hundred four yards on just six carries as part of number thirteen George's forty five sixteen assault on South Carolina three other Bulldogs had at least seventy seven yards on the ground as part of a three hundred and thirty two yard rushing attack head coach Kirby smart a lot of it has to do with the other team and what they do so we didn't call a lot of different runs we can go out and reinvent the wheel to run the ball we we we play a team that had three or four guys out here white ran thirteen times for eighty four yards and Kenny McIntosh had seventy nine yards on nine carries the Bulldogs led twenty one nothing after its first three possessions and before the game **** got a first down JT Daniels was ten of sixteen for one hundred thirty nine yards with two touchdowns and an interception for the Bulldogs I'm Dave Ferrie
"mcintosh" Discussed on Everyonecast
"I get to learn about a variety of people in their experiences and you have brought quite a few interesting experiences today. Oh man, I got millions more. I think it's a perfect opportunity to To close out, you know, we've talked about so much and absolutely and we have yeah, we have some good content in this episode whether an age, I'm going to throw that out there again, there's any other social media or anything you want to throw out there now's your chance or you know, maybe it's all in your website. Yeah. Well, if you go to weather.com all my main social medias would be there or you just go to Google type in weather and age all the Social Media stuff should show up. My name is Ian McIntosh. And if you can't find it in myself for whatever reason you can find me on Instagram weather in age or waa visuals weather in 8 visuals, or you can find me a granny Mac. That's like my main photography film photography thing. And if you're looking for a photographer just want to shoot whatever hit me up or if you want to do some music or if you want to hang out and talk. That's cool too. We can do that. I'll have your website in the description wage. Sure, and of course the title of the episode is going to be your name. So really all the promotion you could ask for other than the fact that I probably don't have as many listeners as you would like, Oh, no, that's I'm working on any promotions great Anthony. I appreciate it, man. I haven't I've never done something like this, and I've always wanted to so it's cool to be on someone else's show. Well, thanks so much for joining and I hope you have a great rest of your day. Thanks, and you too..
"mcintosh" Discussed on Everyonecast
"You can have your own episode on this show. I even made this cold. Jingle to remember it. I'm Anthony salvato and this is Ian McIntosh. Hello. What's going on? Anthony? What's going on for me? Yeah. Well been working on the podcast off. That's pretty much what's going on. That's cool. I've been doing a lot of stuff lately actually so many things well good. Yeah. I have a lot a lot to tell wage. I am very interested to hear. Well where Where Do We Begin then first of all, you're a musician. Can you tell me what kind of music you do? Hope? I play pretty much everything. I listen to all kinds of music if you probably went through my Spotify and just push up press Shuffle. You probably hear this stuff from Bjork to like Dillinger Escape Plan to Griselda nineties boom-bap hip-hop to like maybe necrophages death metal or then it'll go to the Killer's next like I'm all over the place and and a lot of birth. Has Not instrumental music as well a lot of eighties music really if it sounds good and it feels good to me I listen to it so no Prejudice here often many for any kind of music for me. Well the better the variety than the more sources you can draw inspiration from I agree it was there are some challenges for me when I was younger when I was listening to a lot of music, you know, when you're younger, I guess there's just this unspoken rule of whatever culture or environment you grow up in is just whatever kind of music. Oh you're supposed to listen to and I was I always never followed there. I was almost like some weird Revel with that not intentionally. I just thought was always so inquisitive towards like the societal Norms that were put on like You know my family they're like, why do you listen to like death metal or whatever cuz like I think it sounds awesome, then like they don't understand that like especially with my mother is like listening to a lot of like R&B and stuff like that. And I mean, even though the main reason I even started playing were wanting to create my own music or Guitar family was the first instrument that I would really really loved was because of Lenny Kravitz and I remember hearing that song are you going to go my way and I was hooked from there. I want to dress like him. I wanted to wear sunglasses all the time like him. I never ended up like really which is fine because I really like to stay in my own lane with those kind of things off. How many instruments do you play now? Oh, man, I can tell you what, I don't play. I don't play the harp and I can't play a harmonica. And if there's anything else that I don't have a lot of experience with I'm not intimidated by I play a lot of everything so you would be capable of doing a one-man rock bands and just recording all the tracks separately. I have been doing that since I was twelve years old and how do you find the time to master? So many instruments? Does it get easier after the first one? I guess I don't look at it as trying to master an instrument. I guess. It's like a book really like there's a lot of different books out there and you pick one up and you read it and depending on what kind of book it is. It stimulates your imagination a certain way. So I don't pick up a Guitar the same way. I would pick up a saxophone. I'm self-taught on most of the instruments in the things that I do with everything else. I was formally trained are going through like banned throughout my school years and I just kind of put it together. I don't worry about trying to master it. Just whatever means that come down. Just hope it's good in that if I like it is great. That's what's more important to me and other people dig it than that's a cherry on top man. See now. I'm trying to go through random instruments in my head and think. Oh, I wonder if this is an instrument that he doesn't play. So right now I'm thinking of shallow to play cello. I have Play The Cello before I don't actively play it. I did play the violin for a couple of years pretty seriously when I was young. I love stringed instruments a lot guitar being my main instrument, but she'll owe even just an upright bass. I love those instruments if I had them they're so expensive to own if I had them I play them a lot. Yeah. Yeah one of these days if you tried like to have just a bunch of instruments just laying around for me to just do whatever all the time. Where does the business aspect of your musicianship come in? How do you how do you log? Can living with that I don't I feel like that's what most musicians probably say to like. Yeah, so I don't really blame you for that month out of a lot of the musicians that I've met in my life and a lot of things I've done. I always I have like I tend to have a different view about all those kind of things. I don't care about money off. I don't care about Grammys. I don't care about touring or any of those things not the same when I mean by care is like those things are great. But I've always been the happiest making music in my bedroom. Just having the ability to make music is very important.
COVID-19 in Victoria, Australia
"Gratified Friday that's right. Twenty third of Tober pardon the PUN number really pushing towards the grand finale Victoria in terms of stamping out the lost. Stubborn pots of coronavirus is still spreading down there. Yes, and there's clearly still virus around in the northeast corridor. Expected of totally disappeared from there and the pop up clinic, and that's that's the way it's going to go forward US way it's going New South Wales in Swiss going to go forward in Victoria and it's a good thing that they're onto its and jumping onto things quickly. So what we're looking forward to on Sunday from Andrews hopefully is certainly moving forward the restriction relaxations he talked about November I this weekend, but I suspect you might see but more than that in terms of. Restaurants spars that sort of thing where you just might see a speeding up or much more much better defined pathway to those opening up in the near future because Victoria is in pretty good shape we did he gets day battle outbreak in a housing block area in Melbourne is this just like we don't need a look down to get on top of those riot if the public health machine is working better now than it was before the and also if you've got the community onside and they're willing to cooperate because the realized the implications of very much larger knock time. So it's the fuel for the fires. When people are living in densely populated circumstances so it could spread incredibly quickly. So going to get on top to get on top of it quickly, but the capacity to do so is much better and there's less distraction around in Victoria. There's a lot of distraction around when you those terrible outbreaks in addition to the other outbreaks in abattoirs and elsewhere in Victoria there's. A lot going on towards the last time there outbreaks in those densely populated towerblocks these days the capacity is there to focus more and have fewer distractions around because there's so much less virus circulating the virus is circulating you know where it's come from right and so I sort of moving towards our kind of steady state of figuring out our relationship with this virus here. And hopefully, looking at opening up our internal borders at some stage in the near future. WHAT ABOUT INTERNATIONAL BORDERS? There's still lots of Australians overseas. There's. All. Students. WanNa come here. Tourism operators here are really struggling and I'm sure there's some. Really want to go overseas as well. WH- should've reopening paddle clack for Ustralia more broadly. Well, it's a very complicated landscape. You Go to feel for these thirty odd thousand students who went back many of them are quite unwell. Don't be exposed to covid nineteen in the places where they're at and they desperately want to get home to their families and they feel cut off. The problem is that we tend to have a one-size-fits-all to our overseas entries and it should be possible to open up a more strategic way if the politics would allow it and I'm not blaming the politicians here is a difficult situation and you've got to do something about stranded. Australians. Overseas. But a lot of them are in countries which have a high prevalence of SARS covy to like the UK European, the US and places like that. Tends to be where strain school some of them are in Asia and lower prevalence countries. So when you're sending a Qantas plane over to London to pick up people, you're bringing back in the plane presumably, they could take three or four hundred people bringing back hundred and seventy five because the crews got to be protected and the people on board to be protected bear in mind that all of the tens of thousands of who've already. Return the only been three or four hundred infections in. Australia. Yes. We hear about the movie dates true but it's low numbers trouble with that is as we've seen Victoria, you only need one episode of escape from Whole Hotel, it's not the family escaped by the virus did circumstances and you've got a real problem on your hands. So the risk is high, but the risk is particularly high when you're bringing back people from high prevalence countries. You've got a lot of international students in China. You'd have to exclude those in India because that's a high prevalence country but China is a low prevalence country. The should be a way of bringing back international students quite soon from China with judicious testing intensive testing, maybe limited quarantine with intensive testing, and there are ways of doing that but perhaps turning over halls of residence colleges to their limited quarantine that you might. Introduce Singapore certainly New Zealand. Pacific. Islands that you could open up these places quite quickly, and of course, if a stranger stranded there, those would be your first priority. You could probably stand up on this plane over and fill it up particularly wear masks and bring it back with a far more than one hundred, seventy, five on board, and almost a full complement of passengers. Because the risk is so low, so should be possible to a risk adjusted system where for safe areas, you have one way of managing it and from high-risk is another and this probably no alternative if you're living in the UK or Europe and want to get back to coming back on a on a very low load plane. So this is different to travel bubble. Is that it's a bit more like you still have to quarantine, but it's just not does we don't have to have as high stringency because the risk is lower it needs a lot of thought it's not straightforward and the highest priority has to be stranded strings overseas. It's just intolerable that we don't solve that problem and it's a bipartisan shoes not party political but equally. Doing. This, which minimizes the risk from already low-risk countries. The should be a way to manage risk more carefully an a nuanced way depending on where people are coming from. So it's not an open bubble, but it is a lower intensity of corn team. So let's take some questions from audience and what better way to rip through a few to do him as a quickfire Friday round you ready ready to go now. Jeffries asking you mentioned the other day that masks need to be washed at sixty degrees Celsius to make sure the virus free but domestic hot water services limited to fifty degrees. So I wanted to be hand washing his cloth masks in water hated in the kettle or what I think that random mackel worked find that sixty degrees was what did the work but you'll find that detergent in warm water should do it the same way it's just that extended washing cycle I think. So fifty degrees, sixty degrees who knows whether it makes any difference the. Point that Ryan McIntosh was making here is a quick rinse in the hand basin. There's not enough specimens a farmer and wants to know why if humans contracted card from animals? Why are the mammals supposedly don't get the virus and has anyone bothered to test shaped cattle pigs and so on record low testing of animals corona there's a lot of coronavirus infection in animals. Pigs get a similar co diseased covid nineteen, and in fact, there is a pig vaccine as far as I'm aware to a respiratory syndrome similar to covid nineteen, but it's not SARS coffee to. are lower than will species have been tested and not find to carry this dogs can be infected but don't seem to retain the virus very well whereas cat. stew. Agricultural, animals don't seem to be a big problem to corona virus is prevalent in lots of different species. This person's flying to dial in from CD next week's visit family added about it. What precautions should they take for the flight? Well, I think for any flight my view is that you should wear a mask threat flight and just be careful about hygiene and Qatar saves on Colonel Cast a few days ago when you flush the toilet. Religious so you don't have an erase allies. And I think this question is asking about sewage testing how can test for the virus with all those millions of latest of water and other chemicals and just take a small test tube and still be able to identify the virus Yup it's mind boggling but they're able to genetically to actually look for the fragments of the virus I think that this is done with antibodies that pickup the virus, and then lie top when they've picked up the. Joys a big fan of Corona cast and her son is a paramedic in London and has had a very mild case of covid nineteen. But she's heard recently that everyone who gets five nineteen has long lasting effects in the front of their brain. Is this true please cleared up her because she's worried you can stop worrying Joe it's far from through a percentage of people do get long-term. Effects. And it's really not known yet what the percentage is, but it's not the of people and one more question Norman Magin one infectious person walks into a room with ten others spends a considerable amount of time seven, get the virus and three. Why don't those three becoming victim? Is it because I got better immune systems probably just the play of chance, but it could be that you've got some genetic. To the virus always somebody in society with a new virus, who's got genetic resistance to that virus by the play of chance, these are mysteries to which we don't know could be that they just didn't inhale quite as many viral particles as others who knows it is a difficult question hasn't indeed uses it. Just another one of the many mysteries that still surround covid nineteen
Atlanta - McIntosh Chiefs back in action as football returns
"Back in action here at Macintosh High school in Peachtree City, playing Louella tonight at 7 30 Joseph, a sophomore, telling WSB radio. He doesn't mind the fact that people will have to wear masks and social distance This good wayto spend time in Canada. It's with people. It's good. It brings the energy love spirits in Peachtree City. Robin Walensky 95.5 WSB top local news every 30 minutes, and when it breaks 95.5
"mcintosh" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast
"Hey I'm Elliot Einhorn welcome to a very special edition of TACO's. This is the inaugural episode of the Macintosh for the love of music podcast in this series will explore the history of legendary American audio gear maker, McIntosh, laboratory through conversations with renowned musicians and audio professionals. Macintosh has been hand building the very best audio equipment in Binghamton New York for over seventy years. Not only did they help. Create the HI FI industry. They forever changed how we listen to music. Even, if you've never heard the name McIntosh, you've definitely seen their gear with its iconic blue water meters and green glowing logo. It's been featured in numerous blockbuster movies, including the departed oceans say John Wick three and knives out to name a few along with hit TV shows like elementary Merrin and law and order. Anyone, who watched season? Two of Mister robot would have seen the incredible world of Macintosh townhouse in Manhattan which in the show serves as the headquarters for.
Tyler Gibbs and Jack Irving of Toyota Racing Development's TD2 driver development program
"Now. Let's get to part two of our conversation with Tyler Gibbs and Jack Irving just this I want to give you guys a chance to put some names with some faces here people who are listening. We've mentioned Christopher Bell. You guys mentioned Harris and Burton. I was reading a motorsports analytics story today in which Jack was quoted very highly on Chandler. Smith just wanted to give you a chance to tell us a little about. Who'S IN THE LINEUP? Right now and we're the names. We should be watching it from the Toyota racing development driver program. So it's funny. I think we have some remarkable kids coming up of all different ages all different ranges But it's still development like Chandler. Smith is is a gifted driver. I mean in in we've been with Chandler for three or four years i. I don't remember how long it's been a few years. He's been fantastic. He's always been a strong late model. Racer Kinda in his family team was was quite gifted enabled to kind of compete at a very young age with some very high level guys in racing and then he transferred that into Arca adventuring end and has been fantastic and the more he matures the better. He gets Which is really exciting. He's similar to like a younger Jones in that respect where he's young and been around it and he seemed so much older in a car and so much more mature in so that is translated into the truck races he ran last year and and I have some pretty high expectations of him as he does of themselves but he's definitely one of our up and comers that is on the young side mean seventeen and still developing and then obviously there's the Raphael Lazard the neckaces that we've been with for quite a while and I think most people know of Kazan truck races now. That were pretty happy about. And then there's there's lots of kids that we actively engage with and develop in all different areas were lucky not geographically focused either because we have teams all over the place and that's helped us engage with maybe some kids we probably wouldn't necessarily always get access to so there's some good kids in California. There's kids racing for Keith in Indiana. There's just there's just a lot of strong drivers out there the thing that's so interesting though. Is that their kids and kids. You never know what's going to happen so it's still development. I mean it's it's People. WanNa say whatever they want to say about how what what it takes to make it? But they're a work ethic focused drive a passionate WanNa do it is all super important to to make it and at some point maintaining that from fourteen fifteen. Sixteen seventeen is very very difficult to do. Know we can talk about it all the time about being focused in wanting it and all that but the proof is in Monday through Friday. And how hard? They're working what they're doing and to to be on top of their game and and for whatever reason at times that lapses and you know you could take a great kid who's Fourteen Jesse. Love is a kid we've been with since he was twelve. I think thirteen stupid. How young that was East we're really excited about him and you know then. There's kids like Geo celts. Who came out of nowhere in dirt and had outlawed program in in our racing with us and pavement. That's a little bit kind of a different road that he traveled and then we have Holly Holland and Greasy Trotter. Who really come aboard and done a really good job in kind of in all of our testing have looked quite good still have a lot of development to do. You know there's there's kids we lost Based on Ford coming in that is painful to so. There's I think there's a lot of good crop of young kids coming out racing and as long as they all continue to work hard developing keep good people around him then hopefully we'll see him down the road. We really good group. We have a good team of kids. it's exciting to them kind of interact with each other watch the quote unquote older kids. Who may not actually be older but have been in higher level than others and back and forth and so he has Jackson. We're really excited about about our kids. You mentioned most of the ones I attend to hit their Jesse loved Yosemite. I think Logan. Cv also part of the lineup. I believe I mean so. Logan was Logan is not as involved now. We still are working through some things to see if there's ways to work together it's just difficult to the process is difficult and how everybody fits in where they go. I mean Logan is ridiculously talented. I mean it's it's just finding the path and making it work is always hard. You know I mean you look at the McNally Lineup or venturing lineup with I mean. You have Corey Haim and drew dollar and Michael Self Austin Hills Rachel H at hr e and in. He's ridiculously good. And He's twenty four with two kids for God's sake so I mean it's awesome right. I mean in in in in Austin Hugely Involved Maximum Laughlin with with a jury in there. There is an amazing group of kids in. What's interesting is we're kind of lucky. We have some really driven dedicated guy who want participate and show up every day. And I mean that's what's crazy about the performance central a lot of those that we talked about minus the group their local to North Carolina. Right you get into dirt kids in our dirt. Kids are Cap. GotTa be the younger kids we've ever had consistently with Daisin Ken McIntosh and Buddy I mean it. Just these they're all babies right in and so they're and they're out. There racing are trying to raise eighty times a year. I mean it's it's just an amazing amazing situation but I think we've been very lucky. I mean part of it is. I think what we've done is a little bit different and and our teams of Baden in. That's been a big part of it. That's it goes back to what I said before. The integration of the teams is pretty special and something. I think I'm probably most proud about. Is that all those teams engage in actively discuss things with each other to try to help develop the drivers.
"mcintosh" Discussed on Martha Runs the World Podcast
"Me. Strange times we are living in. I hope you're getting your runs in or at least some form of exercise or getting some fresh air into your lives. We are headed up in our homes apartments houses condos townhouses wherever you happen to live. We were all in this together and my little biddy apartment is awfully little right now to say that it is cleaner that it has been in a long time. So maybe that's something. I have on a running streak. I this is day twit. They twelve yet day. Twelve so Sunday. It will be two weeks and I've never ever done this before. It's run walking much. Walking is running because with my hip. I can't run the whole time today. Really hurt so I did do a lot of walking but it is I. It's calling running straight because I do get some ready then tomorrow. I'm going to do a five K. Getting up early and do that so that should be fun so I am trying to get out there. Today's episode I talked to a really cool guy. He's very nice. He's also has running. Outcasts called JUSTA runner reuss Macintosh. He's been doing that podcast for a long time and I love it because he talks to everyday runners. It's a lot of fun. I can't wait to talk to him. I will also have a little bit afterwards because I talked. I interviewed him back before all the Kobe. Nineteenth stuff so I have a little update about what's going on with him after the interview so without further. Ado. Here's Bruce. Will you welcome to the show runner? And podcast Bruce. Mcintosh Hi Bruce. I'm very happy to have you on the show a I love your podcast just runner. It's very very cool. It's fun listening to it. Oh thank you yeah. Do you remember the moment when you thought to yourself? I WANNA do a podcast. Will it has to go back years? Because I've been listening to podcasts. For a long time I kept thinking about it thinking about it and what happened was somebody is named Tim Smith He. He was doing a podcast topic centre endurance sports. One do this thing for August. One year Dog Days of August. We put a podcast out every day. He asked for volunteers to send him like two or three minute. Update on your training daily so I volunteered to do it and I started. Joy has some you know what I could do this On my own and extend out like a half hour talking about different things and I kept doing that for him for months. Then I started my own podcast and I mean there's been some changes hopefully improvements along the way. That's kind of what I thought about for a while. And then when I did it with him I decided well I cannot everything now. I figured out how to do it. That's cool so you got inspired through that. I've heard of a few people doing that Doing the episode for every day for a month. That is insane to me boy. She kept him short and he was asked does like five or six of us that we're sending him little clips into that made the episode. Oh that's cool. That's kind of that's kind of a cool thing to do and need. Promotional thing to to do for ones podcast. So so what have you you learned from doing your podcasts? Lot of Serb doing research about running her racing. I've learned I like talking about running a lot. One of the best out to me for doing the podcast. I've been meeting New People. I do a lot of them. up-close in person interviews I know we can that. We're all goes out of the country but I've done a few on skype now and I've been learning things like that and as far as getting to know the people to me. It's just been great hearing other people's running stories and they're running history or their what they are trying to do as far as our has runners and I've been trying to get like lots of different not just fast. Runners are slower. You know go through the whole game and there. I'm trying to get the whole middle of the pack of trying to get some of the people up front some of the ones in the clear back. It's been a I find it very interesting to talk to get and I've actually like I met somebody recently and we started. I had never met her before. Didn't know anything about her. I feel like I left her zone. Her we're friends now so cool Yeah I do like that. She talked to normal everyday. People run and I also really appreciate the fact that you do. Most of your interviews live because that's something that most of us who do running podcast don't have the opportunity to do so. That's a very unique niche. That you have for yourself thanks. I kinda like the you know like I said Interviews if you will gets a little more personal and I get That's enjoyable and I guess I wasn't his tech savvy some other people so just learning how to do it on. Scape was big stopping. When I started doing it was I would. Just sit out here and start talking in later on. I started doing the interviews with people. I think that's why not I think. The of gain some popularity a lot of people active. They seemed like the interview a lot. More yeah will you make you make people comfortable? I think you're just very easy going on now. How is your knee? Because I know you heard it was a strange accident at work I actually. I worked at a factory. I mean factoring line and running. The machine was working on something. And kneel down and I've done this probably several times a day For years now and I just caught that my kneecap. It's a metal on that's bolted to the ground. And I kinda cut right on the corner on my knee in the whole need blew up it just kinda like filled with fluid still has a little bit in there. That was last Monday. It's been a week and luckily I just took a few days off did loss of icing and all the fluid Kinda went away and thankfully it. It's worked out. I actually went out this Saturday and ran eighteen miles and wasn't really giving you a problem. Okay we'll just be careful with it. I mean it gives you any problem at all you get it checked because knee problems can linger on and haunt you. Later later. I came home and ice. That has precaution. More than I take. Care of the regular law. Run Soreness and stuff. Yeah Yeah this that's scary. I the picture was I think. The picture maybe. Oh my God. That was a really scary picture. The picture actually looked worse than it really was. I feel I mean it looked like a giant balloon baseball sized balloon on my neither if it was all fluid some reason it all went there when dinged a little and I didn't think I'd hit it that hard because I actually went back to work for a while and then realized my knee had something wasn't right till the look in his huge them and so I went up. We got cold pack on it and thankfully. I don't think it's GonNa Affect my running long-term let's good so so. Have you always run or did you take any later on? I'm trauma the runners you will. I've been running for like Butts fifteen sixteen years now but I was like thirty eight when I started so I had really been runner before that at all. I don't even know if I did ever run a mile unless they forced us in gym class and decided I wanted to get in shape lose a little weight and start running in. I actually love with the sport of racing. Even though I was never really a fast runner I would go out to five KS. Started them worked my way up to the marathon eventually in building onto it. And I've been out there for quite a while like I said now it's been fifteen sixteen years since I started running Fifty four so I guess that's been a while. Yeah yeah that's a long time. Let's say you're a good runner to that. So so you've done quite a bit of improvement since you started. Yeah I like to think so I've had my ups and downs Had A couple years where it was running much kind of went backwards there now. I've been trying to work on improving I did have done up. Actually did one fifty Kate Hudson crazy. I didn't want to turn fifty. I should go out and run a fifty K. I hadn't even done the marathon in four years before that. Two thousand marathons between two thousand six and eleven to Cleveland five times and had a couple of others in there in that was made two thousand eleven in Cleveland and a lot of things in my life changing so running took a back seat for a while And then in about two thousand fourteen. I got married for the second time I had gotten into a study job Coming around and I started running. More two dozen fifteen was really back into it. deficient K. Because I had turned fifty. They may have been a little overboard there. But that's my only ultra and then I decided I wanted to start doing marathons again and I went down to. Cincinnati ran the flying pig. I've done most of them now. High oil out of the twelve five actually run my life beloved have been in Ohio. Ohio hasn't really good renting seen. I mean I've talked to a few people from Ohio And I don't know if you're familiar with run buzz VERTU. I've heard their potman. That's good podcast. Steve is is the guy does it. He does out of Columbus. And there's just a really vibrant great running scene in Ohio. Yeah I've always thought so. I'm if you look at the map didn't Youngstown area so I am a few hours from Columbus. I've done the affect the Columbus Marathon. That's a great event if you ever get that area a senior obtain. Akron training for Canton to do it. The second time I've been overseas Hella Lido in done like I said I've gone back to Cleveland a few times. Did the half so a last year wasn't my stellar year. I kept running into problems. I was supposed to run. Two MORE MARATHONS. Last year had an injury at work. I know it sounds like this really dangerous job. But it's really not that bad. It's just cut my finger in the wrong thing and I love a week. That was a week nine days before Cleveland Marathon which was to happen and I kinda got talked into dropping out. That was last. May and then as was the Pacer for the five our group in the youngstown marathon where I lived here and I end up having a bad day. Slunk really bothered me. I don't know dropping out so I didn't get a marathon completion last year. So number. Thirteen been really talk for me. But so that's the the canton when that's the football hall of Famer. Oh that's that's on April twenty sixth. I'm getting ready for right now. Is that your favorite marathon?.
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"mcintosh" Discussed on Published...Or Not
"Of all the authors we like enough to have in published on. It is Fiona McIntosh who has been back to three CR time and time again with her books books. Thank you for returning but more so. Thank you for your well researched and very readable books. Thank you thanks Jen. Now Fianna you bill characters from a social political or moral dilemmas this time. It's the Grant Family Henry Grant. It has made new money You down that well. He has been quite canny in how he's invested his money and he's taken and massive risks. Now where this book is set in Victorian Times sort of the eighteen seventies when You know it was still very The wealth was old Families were quite Stodgy super-conservative But Henry's one of those sparkley little characters who takes massive risk and go traveling the world and collects artworks that nobody's ever seen before from the exotic tick places of the world and he built a house that everybody sneers at 'cause it's like a a But he's making money and that makes him Sort cliff dangerous and one to look out for and I like the way that you know people from old money look to to him and his beautiful wife Lillian and say look the way he lavishes it on her. She's like a chandelier. She sparkles so much. Now they've got a daughter. This is Lillian and Henry. It's Loayza yes also beautiful. And a son Richie but from a different Jess Martha. Aw yes I mean. Henry's not exactly you know. He's not following the normal way. He's a bit of a rebel. Yes he has had this Son Out of wedlock. Okun and Lillian hates the Sun. Because it's not hers and he's He's always he's paid for the schooling though. It's boarding school for the Sun. And this son Reggie and Louisa do know of each other Oh yes and love each other. Actually Louisa his stepsister. Sorry Louis the the we're getting all our wives mixed up. Louisa really does love Stepbrother and feels. He's unfairly done by. She doesn't like being the only child and this glorious little glittery jewel in the crown of the grant family and it's why indeed that she is capricious in how she treats them in terms of who she ends up marrying. Well now the father decides it should be a new bridge built on this weird and wonderful estrogen brings over. The Scottish engineer can call James Night. What happens how James is romantic soul? He's a very poor little man but he's completely besotted with this beautiful daughter talk and he decides in making this bridge for the father to forge a sort of a a stream that is running through the property that he would make Akishino to this beautiful woman. And it's a very fairytale light bridge and it's in the making of this bridge and how he describes it to That they fall in love. Yes so look. This is where the books star Yes. We haven't ruined anything for anyone at at this point is that James Louisa leave England wherefore. Where does the bookstore? Well James is tired of the disdain. That he's is being shown to him by the grant family in. He thinks he is a man of merit. And that you know. He's an engineer and he would like to try and do the right thing by this beautiful beautiful woman and also their new child Clementine And it certainly the grunt family. Now turn their focus to Clementine. They think she is. The new jewel will in the crown and James Decides well. Actually we're not going to stay. We are going to Australia. We're going to say after Australia. And the family though heartbroken. Reckon believes well at least as a society in Australia and they can you know our daughter. Louisa in our little precious granddaughter can at least live in a good society society but of course. There's a shock coming. It's a shantytown. Hey gets completely besotted by the idea in Cape Town when they Step off the ship. Whilst the ship is taking on supplies James says about the diamond rush of eighteen. Seventy one sorry the in an unforgiving land and where the British struggled for survival almost every creature that roamed was capable of killing them. If the summers didn't get them I assed well our cat now. So James The engineer is digging data and and Clementine and loayza living in Shandra tent and Louis annoys the cheese So we're not ruining every anything because this all happens in the open Ning few pages of the book and it really sets up the story because Louisa in loving James and realizing the mistake of that love That he is an adventurer he is a free spirit and that they've both been very careless with their child who they both loved very much but they've been careless with her six years old. Yeah she's between five and six and she she knows she's dying dying and she is going to leave this most precious child in the care of a man who is beginning to lose his mind because of the failure Ed to seek his fortune. They've been there actually in the alluvial diggings and he's finding nothing he hasn't found anything and he refuses to take any of the family money. Johnny he's too proud and so this little girl is running wild like an Urchin around a mining camp and getting no real parental supervision or control. There is one person. One person who james shares the digging with now on the very day that the ways dies they they hear something they hear that there's a new diamond strike out to be is to be as farm and saw the partner takes off and then says I'll meet you there but of course James couldn't come immediately. He had to deal with Louise's this is death but this partner just was such a magnificent man. Yeah he's a great character. I was I was not sure where the story story was going when I first started to get well. Go Out to Africa and start researching The Kimberly area in South Africa I needed needed my main characters. I already had Louisa and Jones in my mind. I thought I was writing about them. But then I realized I was actually writing about Clementine and that change my focus and I thought he's looking out for Clementine and then this character walked into my pages and he's Zulu warrior and he's there on behalf of his tribe and this was very normal in that time lots of the Tribal men left their tribes to go and try and find diamonds and turn that into money for the tribes so it wasn't An unusual sight and he sort of befriends or Jones Burns him mm-hmm and together they sort of work alongside each other but then they decide to make a claim together and peg out a claim and and dig together and it is this man who is called Joseph One shoe and the moment that home was coined. I knew I had a very special character on my hands and I knew that this story story was not going to be a traditional love story. I knew it was going to be a story about an unbreakable bond between two unlikely people. A A little girl who is needs help needs love needs. Affection Needs Supervision and Guidance and this wise beautiful brilliant African so we also see the James. The father is suffering so badly from depression. Then he's drinking and it's a Clementine on is relying on Joseph and he tells her all about the stars and then there's a strike in their own diggings and that find a diamond. They found a lot of diamonds. But this special diamond is given an an astrological name. Yeah because it's meaningful to Joseph and too well to all of them they we all know a bit about the night sky and Joseph brings the sort of Zulu names to the night sky and how his tribe regards those Fabulous heavenly bodies and James can tell him a little bit about How the how the British view the night sky and the and the Western way in how how we've named these stars And that's quite a lovely aspect of the whole story actually that that's another Sort of link can the chain of their bond is that they bond over these stars and Sirius in particular. which is the the the brightest star in the sky? Beckoning learned Lillian. The M- The grandmother and Richie uncle a gathered by the letter telling them that Louisa has died in. What does Lillian ask Ritchie Todo well Linnea and hates Reggie and Reggie has tried every which way way to convince Lillian that he's not after the family money he's not after anything he just wants to be regarded as one of the family and he has the family's he's best interests at heart and Lillian sides? Well if there's one thing that we can come together on it's our shared love all of her child Louisa. That is now dead. and His love for his sister and now their shared desire to look after the child of Louisa and they've both got a vested interest in this little girl and so Leeann Charges Reggie with the job off of at any cost. Go and get that little girl back from Africa Bring And he feels. This is my chance to prove myself. to this woman who has despised me since birth. And I will do this and I will. You know I'm GonNa State my claim in the family through this so now he jumped pot two with some other things happening. I contend. We're not giving away here. Clementine is now twenty nine yes. She's all grown up And uh-huh we've we will skip that bit about Reggie finding hair and yes. She's all grown up and she's a modern woman of eighteen sort of ninety S. Now she's a woman who tolerates no The Social Mores of the day offend her in in various various ways whether it's the fashion that she is forced to wear whether it's having a chaperone whether it's just the racism that is underway underway in Britain for people who've come from other countries and she is very rebellious. But she's got money and she's got status and so she's got the voice into all of that Sir Ritchie. The uncle knows the cheap wants to achieve something so he lines up a business meeting with her talk to An insurance person about things happening in the diamond industry and that someone is will Acts Foot how would you describe will will come from a very conservative family. A very old money so he is the opposite of Clementine. He's the polar opposite so he's fine respectful he is. He follows the traditions. He doesn't push back against anything. He's very respectful of his father. And he's Lloyd's man what we call a Lloyd's man. So he's one of the insurance brokers brokers for the famous Lloyd's Where they insured against shipping in disasters and things like this will is very much entrenched in that? And he's he's aware that Reggie wants to use the services but he doesn't fully trust Reggie's way of doing business he feels. There's a little bit too much gunslinger slinging going on and will is completely different to that but becomes the sauteed with offered. Clemency is now here. We you have beyond a Macintosh doing what she does really well. Very clever plotting. She gets these two involved in love but never together to give on and we have a Clementine clementine saying from the book as she stepped from the pavement onto the carriage. CLEMENTINE admitted decision that no man would ever manipulate hurragan. She would take full control of her life and her future and let us to par. Three eight back Clementine has arrived back in the Kimberley gold digging area by first first class carriage not oxen and what she finds there and what she does you'll have to raise doubt and she discovers all the treachery betrayals that are surrounding her life and And that's really what the story hinges on that there's this enormous numerous Friendship And she is. There are three major men in her life and she feels that she's she's been betrayed by all of them except one and there's only one that can give you the truth and only one that has ever stood by her and even no. These men profess to love her. They are letting her down and she decides well. I don't need I don't need any of you anymore..
Fiona McIntosh - Escape with a master storyteller
"We like enough to have in published on. It is Fiona McIntosh who has been back to three CR time and time again with her books books. Thank you for returning but more so. Thank you for your well researched and very readable books. Thank you thanks Jen. Now Fianna you bill characters from a social political or moral dilemmas this time. It's the Grant Family Henry Grant. It has made new money You down that well. He has been quite canny in how he's invested his money and he's taken and massive risks. Now where this book is set in Victorian Times sort of the eighteen seventies when You know it was still very The wealth was old Families were quite Stodgy super-conservative But Henry's one of those sparkley little characters who takes massive risk and go traveling the world and collects artworks that nobody's ever seen before from the exotic tick places of the world and he built a house that everybody sneers at 'cause it's like a a But he's making money and that makes him Sort cliff dangerous and one to look out for and I like the way that you know people from old money look to to him and his beautiful wife Lillian and say look the way he lavishes it on her. She's like a chandelier. She sparkles so much. Now they've got a daughter. This is Lillian and Henry. It's Loayza yes also beautiful. And a son Richie but from a different Jess Martha. Aw yes I mean. Henry's not exactly you know. He's not following the normal way. He's a bit of a rebel. Yes he has had this Son Out of wedlock. Okun and Lillian hates the Sun. Because it's not hers and he's He's always he's paid for the schooling though. It's boarding school for the Sun. And this son Reggie and Louisa do know of each other Oh yes and love each other. Actually Louisa his stepsister. Sorry Louis the the we're getting all our wives mixed up. Louisa really does love Stepbrother and feels. He's unfairly done by. She doesn't like being the only child and this glorious little glittery jewel in the crown of the grant family and it's why indeed that she is capricious in how she treats them in terms of who she ends up marrying. Well now the father decides it should be a new bridge built on this weird and wonderful estrogen brings over. The Scottish engineer can call James Night. What happens how James is romantic soul? He's a very poor little man but he's completely besotted with this beautiful daughter talk and he decides in making this bridge for the father to forge a sort of a a stream that is running through the property that he would make Akishino to this beautiful woman. And it's a very fairytale light bridge and it's in the making of this bridge and how he describes it to That they fall in love. Yes so look. This is where the books star Yes. We haven't ruined anything for anyone at at this point is that James Louisa leave England wherefore. Where does the bookstore? Well James is tired of the disdain. That he's is being shown to him by the grant family in. He thinks he is a man of merit. And that you know. He's an engineer and he would like to try and do the right thing by this beautiful beautiful woman and also their new child Clementine And it certainly the grunt family. Now turn their focus to Clementine. They think she is. The new jewel will in the crown and James Decides well. Actually we're not going to stay. We are going to Australia. We're going to say after Australia. And the family though heartbroken. Reckon believes well at least as a society in Australia and they can you know our daughter. Louisa in our little precious granddaughter can at least live in a good society society but of course. There's a shock coming. It's a shantytown. Hey gets completely besotted by the idea in Cape Town when they Step off the ship. Whilst the ship is taking on supplies James says about the diamond rush of eighteen. Seventy one sorry the in an unforgiving land and where the British struggled for survival almost every creature that roamed was capable of killing them. If the summers didn't get them I assed well our cat now. So James The engineer is digging data and and Clementine and loayza living in Shandra tent and Louis annoys the cheese So we're not ruining every anything because this all happens in the open Ning few pages of the book and it really sets up the story because Louisa in loving James and realizing the mistake of that love That he is an adventurer he is a free spirit and that they've both been very careless with their child who they both loved very much but they've been careless with her six years old. Yeah she's between five and six and she she knows she's dying dying and she is going to leave this most precious child in the care of a man who is beginning to lose his mind because of the failure Ed to seek his fortune. They've been there actually in the alluvial diggings and he's finding nothing he hasn't found anything and he refuses to take any of the family money. Johnny he's too proud and so this little girl is running wild like an Urchin around a mining camp and getting no real parental supervision or control. There is one person. One person who james shares the digging with now on the very day that the ways dies they they hear something they hear that there's a new diamond strike out to be is to be as farm and saw the partner takes off and then says I'll meet you there but of course James couldn't come immediately. He had to deal with Louise's this is death but this partner just was such a magnificent man. Yeah he's a great character. I was I was not sure where the story story was going when I first started to get well. Go Out to Africa and start researching The Kimberly area in South Africa I needed needed my main characters. I already had Louisa and Jones in my mind. I thought I was writing about them. But then I realized I was actually writing about Clementine and that change my focus and I thought he's looking out for Clementine and then this character walked into my pages and he's Zulu warrior and he's there on behalf of his tribe and this was very normal in that time lots of the Tribal men left their tribes to go and try and find diamonds and turn that into money for the tribes so it wasn't An unusual sight and he sort of befriends or Jones Burns him mm-hmm and together they sort of work alongside each other but then they decide to make a claim together and peg out a claim and and dig together and it is this man who is called Joseph One shoe and the moment that home was coined. I knew I had a very special character on my hands and I knew that this story story was not going to be a traditional love story. I knew it was going to be a story about an unbreakable bond between two unlikely people. A A little girl who is needs help needs love needs. Affection Needs Supervision and Guidance and this wise beautiful brilliant African so we also see the James. The father is suffering so badly from depression. Then he's drinking and it's a Clementine on is relying on Joseph and he tells her all about the stars and then there's a strike in their own diggings and that find a diamond. They found a lot of diamonds. But this special diamond is given an an astrological name. Yeah because it's meaningful to Joseph and too well to all of them they we all know a bit about the night sky and Joseph brings the sort of Zulu names to the night sky and how his tribe regards those Fabulous heavenly bodies and James can tell him a little bit about How the how the British view the night sky and the and the Western way in how how we've named these stars And that's quite a lovely aspect of the whole story actually that that's another Sort of link can the chain of their bond is that they bond over these stars and Sirius in particular. which is the the the brightest star in the sky?
"mcintosh" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press
"Spending more on interest on the deficit now than we we are on national defense interest on the debt is the fourth largest item in the federal budget. Their spending money in washington like drunken sailors a trillion in dollar a year. Mr trump's budget admittedly a multi year budget but it added nine trillion dollars to the deficit three days ago. It went up another eight hundred hundred billion dollars. That's almost another trillion dollars. You can't keep doing that indefinitely. Every household in the united states every governor in the united states as mister mcintosh knows has to balance the budget by constitution or by necessity and my motto when i was in office is there's no such thing as government money. There's only tax payers. There's money well. They've forgotten that in washington led by the president and they think it's their money and it's not well governor though this only play devil's advocate about about the debt there have been folks like yourself and others who have been talking about that if this debt keeps increasing. It's going to be a drag on the economy. There hasn't been a drag on the economy yet why well it's gonna be a drag not just on the economy but on our national security because we're effectively relying on other countries countries to buy our treasury bills to get us out of this terrible deficit position. We're in order to forestall the united states going into bankruptcy and that's economics economics one. Oh one <hes> and so i it's just <hes> very much against the economic interest of the american people to keep going in this direction and everybody everybody who thinks about it. <hes> knows it furthermore. <hes> you know the president tax <hes> as you were pointing out earlier on every single issue in my view it no longer are matters what the president says because that may be his first thought of the moment or as i ramble or as first raving but you can be assured there'll be a second thought a third thought aforethought all of which are going to be different from the first thought comes from mcintosh that i i remember during the obama years. A lot of conservatives criticized the obama administration because hey you know all these big ideas you guys are talking about. It's creating instability in the business community. How is what the president's doing not. I mean it's clear the reason for the slow down is the business community is is suddenly nervous because they don't know how this trade wars going to turn out isn't this creating instability and as i mentioned earlier the key to understanding this is reading donald trump's book the art of the deal where yes things are going to change you get the i want to be your friend. I wanna work with you donald trump when he's trying to push towards the deal when the deal breaks apart you get the donald trump. I'm gonna impose lizzy gotten. Where's this work. I mean this. This art of the deal thing gets thrown out there a lot. Where's this actually really worked. He doesn't have an infrastructure deal. He didn't new healthcare. He doesn't have a new deal with china. It hadn't worked yet. It worked on replacing nafta and that was a successful we'd it had this yeah and the only blocking that is ansi pelosi and the democrats in the house. What did what did nafta literally after two point. Oh you didn't really change them old. Hold a better deal for the u._s. In the president's eyes and it's an example of how the art of the deal worked. I think the key thing for donald trump is to show that he's got a vision for the second term and to continue with another round of tax cuts and he's deciding which way he wants to go on that right. We're going to urge one that is for small businesses to give the pass through the same tax..
"mcintosh" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press
"This sunday trade war and the economy another escalation is china poses retaliatory tariffs on the u._s. The president orders there's u._s. Companies out of china and the dow falls more than six hundred points having a spat with china and we'll win it. A world economy slowed by the trade. War is the backdrop for the g. Seven summit of world leaders and friends plus a head-spinning week of presidential pronouncements and reversals on a tax cut payroll roll taxes. I've been thinking about payroll taxes for a long time. I've looked at a tax cut now. We don't need it on gun background checks. We have to have meaningful background chat. We already have very serious background checks even on buying greenland. It's not number one in the burner. This is something that's been discussed for many years by guests this morning. Former republican governor bill well who is challenging president trump and trump critic turned ally club for growth president. David mcintosh also democratic dilemma isn't enough to run against the president's character and competence or do voters want a nominee who will radically transform washington. I think the biggest risk we take i'll talk to democratic candidate footage of indiana and team of rivals and unlikely group of former trump allies turn earn critics prepare to take on the president on the trail and on the air watching a full blown meltdown of the united states joining me for insight and analysis this is our washington post columnist eugene robinson betsy woodruff of the daily beast new york times columnist brad stevens and kristen solta sanderson columnist the washington examiner welcome to sunday. It's meet the press from n._b._c. News washington longest running show in television history. They did sunday morning for much of this week. We wondered whether we should take what president trump says seriously early anymore. By the end of the week we were reminded that the words and actions of the most powerful man in the world do have real world consequences in just the past few days. The president was not interested in buying greenland before he was so interested that he postponed a trip to denmark when the danes wouldn't sell on tax cuts. Mr trump was against new ones before he was for them before he was against them again. Stay with me on expanded background checks on guns. The president who is traditionally against them then was four them after el paso in dayton didn't against them reportedly after talking to the head of the n._r._a. Then apparently for them again but now maybe not. This is not a left right issue. It's a factor fiction issue but there was no denying the implications of what the president was saying and doing on friday both china and mr trump escalated the trade war that mr trump has initiated she aided the president flirting a bit with authoritarianism with this tweet directed at america's business community are great. American companies are hereby ordered to immediately start looking for an alternative to china the result of the president's tweets. The dow plunged more than six hundred points as the president headed off to france. I g seven meeting with world. Leaders who already nervously eyeing a slowing world economy threatened further by trade wars. Donald trump came into office promising to discard.
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"Plastic. I'm hoping it's not end is adorable and functional. Does this involve old people. Oh people in japan cestari the story justin burleson yeah. I like this a lot. I like this one. I think there's a nice one to finish this off on. This is the robotic tale. That's been this. He's excited about this. He's the aging population mobile now what happens if you're gonna fall forwards though and not backwards or this this helps for leaning forward missile counterweights you backwards if you're gonna fall backwards. That's the problem. This is a this is a robot tale. That could be attached to people if you're going to pull back with about that. It's about the counterweight leaning away. He couldn't lean if he didn't have the tail. Sorry now no that's exactly yeah so if you lean forward accounts away but then if you lean backwards maybe it acts like a little stand like that's what i mean to give you a kangaroo punch and kick with. That's what i'm hoping yeah. I like that. That's a lovely thing. There's gotta be bigger. I i think but <hes> yeah so millions of years after the ancestors of humans evolved to lose their tails a research team at japan's keio university built one they say could help unsteady elderly people keep their balance dubbed arc or our k- <hes> the gray one meter device mimics tales such as those of cheetahs and other animals used to keep their balance while while running a clamming clamming according to the team the balance like a pendulum said judy cheat nabe shima graduate student and researcher at the universities embodied media project displaying. The robotic tail attached rushed to his waist with the hardest. It looks great to it's it does segment us with yeah. Go on you can describe it also now got you doing great but it really does look like a a sort of robotic version of a beautiful real tale. Skeleton dinosaurs not much just backbone of course <hes> yeah. It's also says article is what is helping the elderly gets around. The teams also looking industrial applications for it like a balanced eight eight for warehouse. Work has carrying heavy loads. That would be nice. That'd be nice to this is great. I love the idea of getting old and getting a tale. I mean yeah. That's something to smile mine too until it forward theories as well yeah it is i mean they got covered in some i. It's a little bit severe right now for furry culture but well. It's my i mean they're gonna cover it and for whatever happens of course but that's technology. It's great uses four artificial the muscles and compressed air to move in eight directions for now. It's just in the lab as we researchers looked for more ways or ways to make it more flexible. You know i love the invention as well is that the person who went in that direction i think is a humanist new came up with making it something so sort of organic based on nature era and <hes> something that a person can wear and feel that it's part of them rather than a machine that they're you know what i mean. It's like it feels giving back control. I think it's probably gonna be well designed and it's going to like build the right muscles same time as well <music>. I'm just everything about it. Especially like you said if it is something only allowed to get once you hit like sixty and then it becomes this cool thing for the elderly komo today. Let's go around eight but then it also become one of those things like people resisting like no one. That's i've been to japan together. We decided it's time yeah. Have you guys been to tokyo. We can again i. I don't know how this is supposed to work in a tokyo subway like there's no sense of personal space. Maybe another added bonus to this awesome. Tale people respect people say the older folks instead of people ignoring them and you know them not being able to get around 'cause they're not fast enough and people rushing them wherever they'll just switch the little town say oi young remember. I need a bit more space ace now. Just give it to me. I could work. I'm just i'm also worried about the prospect of a bunch of elderly people with tales accidentally getting tangled up informing -lica- japanese apennines rat kings situation. I think of anything cooler than that.
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"Fresh. Hope for containing an outbreak has ravaged eastern congo. The drugs tested in nearly nine month. Clinical trial had performed so well that health professionals will now administer them to every patient in congo. Antony voucher are to the national institutes of algae infectious diseases said is the first example that a therapeutic intervention can have your matic effect on decreasing the mortality of the abode of virus. I disease an congress dr jean-jack mayem be tom who spent his career researching about treatments and oversaw the trial on the ground said he could not imagine that such a day would come from now on we will no longer say it is incurable. So what did they do because i know they treat people at the boa. Do they just rather than having a curious. I guess just to stabilize them and try and stop them from dying until your body can naturally i'm hearing about some some folks getting about in this country and you know and is being kept on them and all that as if they were going to get so if it's not if it's being incurable i guess it is a case of just keeping people stable able until your body can. It's like it's like holding down the virus in the same way that like herpes drugs would work right h._i._v. Drugs work tuck. You know i'm getting that right. In both cases they wouldn't call those cures but the are yeah ses or yeah yes it must it must be that have been that way with because i don't feel like every person i've heard of getting states had a death sentence. I'm sure i think when i got ebola what i did. Do you not many going off store. That's true that's true. I just toughed it out. When i gotti below the outbreak of the world's second was in fact a new twenty eight hundred people and killed nearly nineteen hundred jeez wow so that's a high rate infected just shy of twenty two point eight thousand and killed nearly two two thousand. That's not just pretty fatal rate. Don't want 'em mask. If you know <hes> what <hes> what country was this cure you're discussing. The congo was tested. It's so the new american drug company or is it. I'm not sure the new therapies with tested here we go in multi-drug randomized controlled tall trial tested on the front lines. The abode rap break since november research is administered one four drugs to the six hundred and eighty participants when a monitoring monitoring group determined that two of these drugs voss nap before many others based on data from four hundred ninety nine patients scientists pulled off the study as they would exclusively treat about a patient's with the more effective effective drugs going forward the two antibody based treatments work by blocking critical protein in the abode of virus patients received them once intravenously and ideally nearly as soon as possible after infection with thinks and they saved about ninety percent of patients with low levels of infection according to preliminary data across all levels of infection than patients who received one of them had a mortality rate twenty nine percent while the rate of thirty percents the average mortality rates being around fifty percent so it's a significant reduction in mortality. The rates were far enough below. Those of the other two treatments that the scientists decided to end the trolley..
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"Anybody know. This man slowly starts talking towards the door. It is not entirely clear why the penguins disappeared from the wolves of the southern hemisphere under the time of the penguins that time it was time to go the most commonly a healthier is jesus growing competition with marine mammals around the time they evolved lodge. Marine reptiles had just become extinct says gerald ma another author of the study in new zealand would know lodge marine competitors until the arrival of toothed whales and penny peds which like seals many million years later kinney kinney pet. I did not know that the extinction of the giant penguins seems to correlate with the rise of these competitors for the exact reason for the disappearance of giant penguins. It's still being discussed this mac cautions as we speak but don't jump the gun on that one. He warns ever on hold your horses penguins. It was found the lake bones of the a new species with this guy. They just found a leg bone. I think they just found the lake talking. Massive hanged monster leg. It was discovered a site in north canterbury and has been since and lies by an international team. The site is pretty much. Unique says mrs. scofield. It's a riverbed cutting into a cliff and being the site of fossil finds since the eighties and estimates the ancient time now the way back and many discoveries like this latest one made by dedicated educated amateur paleontologists. Let's give an amateur dedicated paleontologists again. Slow too slow internet creates dedicated amateur paleontologist. We're glad but you guys had gigabits per second no not happening until they digging for penguins finding these massive think sorry no no that was that was the end of that thoughts. Thank you for the couple of different listeners who sent tim by the way. Do you think the m ross geller friends having been a paleontologist and got so much bullying for on the show. Do you think it's it's made paleontology cooler because friends or more uncool. They made. It sound like it was uncalled. Do some analysis based because france was big in the ninety. S disappeared disappeared but now it's on netflix rediscovering it sure i'm not sure by the way mike fairweather and chris nelson both sent that thanks the at the same time jurassic park was ninety three three jurassic world broke even more box office records like last year so how'd which which causes which grant dinosaur junior and people are now starting to wear t shirts. I saw them performing portland last year festival. He's connection. I think for the earliest of all those would have been nicer junior because that was late eighties so maybe that was the sole denver the loss dinosaur and that it was the dinosaur series and there was <hes> the land before time. I think it'd be hard to find time that dinosaurs one ever on t._v. The people of the source dinosaur train which the kid series oh yeah that's creepy watch. It's none of it's pretty good china soul train but the animation is with what we would just stay with the family who have a four year old and that's his show is it looks bad c._g. Kind of what yeah well that's the henson companies made it so it's it's well done except they just i guess they've realized that it's mostly pitched to sort of four or five year olds and they don't really care that much about things like lip sync zinc too so it's just a bit off and it's just a bit on expressive in a very like it's almost like a animation that looks like a puppet the mouth south just open and close but then at the end of every episode of paving intelligence comes on and tells you about the dinosaurs you met in the episode. That's really cool. I don't remember that part of it like an an animated or they have a guy who's an actual professor. Tom's on he sort of green screen. Don't say hello professor so and like this visit fucking big penguin yeah. I actually know the technical term monster penguin so i'm clearly a professor. I wanna be a monster. Penguins scientists like that's not a thing honey. He's we should go as a monster pinewood for halloween costume..
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"We already know it's not my strong point. It's definitely this is just a privilege you what. What are you six feet. I'm like i'm no. I'm only five eleven. Okay okay okay but you're playing height is anywhere between a screen between regular short actor and russian really short actor required. No one's ever made you do the tim conway dorf thing where you put your knees on your shoes. No one's affect emotional yeah. I've seen people in boxes but ever dug a moat for me. I think you hear about is it. Just tom cruise box lawsuit. The male actors with lifts in their shoes really. Are they really obvious when you see the shoes up close. That's how technology is these days doc. They've really so the fossilized bones ache and also way up to eighty kilograms which one hundred seventy six pounds. That's pretty heavy as well. Ah for hollywood this bird would not be sorry. I'm just trying to. I'm not listen. It would love this hollywood standards. Not i say the penguins play a best friend wouldn't be leading hollywood standards being better and not even mentioned in jest that that penguin couldn't have long illustrious career. If we put the power in the audiences thank you yeah. The payments got talent. Let it shine lead lifted the pay paleocene polk which is between sixty six and fifty six million years ago the animal dubbed and i quote monster penguin like canterbury museum mm-hmm. I know they really can't very surprised. They didn't put that out to tend to a a you. Hey white writers. That's what you could come up. The penguin penguin facing exactly as the list of now extinct gigantic new zealand four paris eagles burned bats and the moa which is a three three point six meter tool bud that is very fucking fight is extraordinarily till though three point six inches of what they i think that bud looked like an i did not wanna deal without bad what is three point six meters twelve feet roughly <hes>. I think it's more like fifteen feet eleven. No it's more than ten because it's it's like one point one. A meter is like three point three feet. I think okay so. I think it'd be quite at giant penguin. Though it is young she doesn't look happy but the penguin is cuddly and fun and dances and he it would be better than having a giant one around yeah. He does look lovable. I can't see spiral of us does hold out the look at this picture not because of its frothiness but just because of its accessibility yeah. It's it's pretty cute just shy of twelve feet for the moa okay. What is that's a height. Eddie is is a high to have a bird's spiky. Come down at your firm. Is it not you wouldn't want to play basketball against that now but this even though i wanna wearing costume anywhere near why did you even have that custody my worm costume while away when the most paulie we've told you before about this because i thought i was putting my suit again. Why do you own it when you work in a moa fog peter this so many times i told you burning men ahead to it is sometimes. I like to tease them. Thank you thank you for admitting it was intentional. What's weird. Is i feel better better. Founding told me tape thank you. Thank you for pushing me. Paul scofield museum senior kerry to set says this is one of the largest penguin england species ever found. No shit book uh-huh surprising is not the biggest just one of the other one of many it was specific to the waters of the southern hemisphere penguins authoritive to become this big because laws marine reptiles disappeared from the oceans around the same time that the dinosaurs disappeared them for thirty million years it will shit got real right mr. This discussed field says for thirty million years it was and again. I quote the time of the giant penguins. That's a good run. That's a real good run..
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"And about to be out on d._v._d. As well as pollyanna mcintosh hello hey brit yes under brits br of the northern persuasion scar and it's lovely to be here. Thanks for joining us. I do of interview interview things but i didn't often dealing with friends. So i feel very laxed. You should be relaxed. I should we're gonna grill you about science which i know all all about well. Let's get it to that because we like to ask our guests that before we get into the stories like what if anything is your background in size and that again has ranged from people who decided school to people like you had to teach you you light or teach you hate to boost up in the woods with your friends. You know i was always a very experimental kids and i really really always loved nature n._h._l. Animals so i think biology was a natural love for me but in biology in high school georgia's school for girls in edinburgh no it was a it was a boroughmuir at she was a bomb your high school <hes> in edinburgh and my biology teacher laughed and she said you'd better get an a. because she thought i occurred and i really loved it but i was a skydiver. Sometimes what the sky verse. I skied off my own. This means it means. I got you know like bunking school which even that doesn't mean the saying neighbors and hoping context but i love what if it doesn't do yeah yeah if you're a skype sky very sky with your spouse s v e yeah yeah okay <hes> so i got off behind the local church and and smoke weed with my friends sometimes and i just didn't like the the i didn't like the numbers element of of of science certain point. I don't think i was i think i have some some sort of an issue with math okay and so i got frustrated by the element and there's a tipping point in all the sciences when it goes from the sort of hand wavy learning the names of things to actually haven't calculates bunsen burners and things that great chemistry i remember there was a big change over between g._m._c. and a level chemistry where it went from just when you mix these two things together they turn into this into calculating the number of moles that are produced in this reaction yeah exactly it wasn't it wasn't for me. Yeah visits goes from rubbing the balloon on your hair to have you calculate trajectories of projectiles that guy's making me sound like a novelty i mean we did. I think on all the little they're all fun. <hes> bring me back. Just wanna rub believe the defending a dissertation execute rubbing style the better the scientists the more balloons gets the professors like six six hundred luna looks like mitchell and man <hes> yeah and then and then i did my degree in drama theatre studies psychology so a bachelor of arts slash sciences sciences <hes>. How much did you have to do in the sort of experimental psychology world <hes> well. I started off join both subjects for the first two years and then i focused on the drama the third so i got all the fun stuff with psychology and i did quite a bit of research staff and you know this is the boring stuff in that too..
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"Hey hey everyone welcome to probably science. I'm mac daddy would hey has it been good. We saw great banned from down under last night. The ban was king gives it. The list was it very good band would have been better if eddy izard had open yeah i like. I like your pet theory because they're ten icky ridiculous. They have very very good. They've got to dramas three guitarists and the two drummers. They're not playing like basic stuff. It's crazy to changing time. Signatures sink like math rock yeah and in your theory and i. I think there's some truth to it. We've complained before after australian torah. How pissed pole the internet is insane that a whole country could have internet very bad data very bad internet however my theory is that the great musicianship out of australia bans like them and like tame impala is because of the time that they have because they can't spend their whole lives online they copy winning fortnight competitions because the connections to slow like i would never learn guitar if there had been broadband in my apartment a ninety eight but there wasn't and so every night after work. I've just been four hours playing guitar so slow down your kids internet if you want them to be a great math rock band from australia focused on the important iraq. What do you call it. I don't know what they they. They struggle generous metal. It was amazing yeah that generous straddling and then they're open was open as good good as well yeah their openers were or rb and stone field stouffville full sisters. Oh i didn't look it up that full sisters and again very very good musicians singing drummer. You don't get that very often. No phil collins of <hes> phil phil collins yeah. If she was one of four australian sisters who will play very well they were great. We shouldn't use. I guess that's do that actor writer director you know from the walking dead. She is the writer and director a. and star of which hit the cinemas and his out now on v._o._d..
Helicopter crashes in flames outside soccer stadium
"Nine fifty one a helicopter owned by a Thai billionaire crashes and burns right outside of a soccer stadium in England moments. After a game ended the BBC Stuart McIntosh has more details Britain helicopter belonging to the billionaire businessman. We see what's an opera has crashed and burst into flames at Leicester City football club, a source close to his family told the BBC that he was on board the aircraft at the time. Witnesses say it spiraled out of control after taking off from inside the stadium pairs now confirmation that the Leicester City team owner was on board the helicopter when it crashed.
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"Writes candidly about transitioning to a transgender woman she joins forum to discuss her. Memoir her work in politics and losing her husband to cancer four days after, their, wedding it's the, rebroadcast of forum with Michael Krasny it's in thirty. Minutes after the BBC World Service live from London on
Zimbabwe awaits 1st results of peaceful election
"Still to come on the forum more on Queen Christina of Sweden the exile years how having given up. The throne she then tried to get it back again, and, why in, modern times. She's seen as an. Icon of counterculture as well as a patron of the arts and an important collector still. With me historians to raise a chevaux Stephanos fogelberg rotter and biographer Veronica Buckley. So stay with us we'll all be back after the news summary BBC news with Stuart McIntosh US. Spy-satellites reported to have detected renewed activity at a North Korean factory which has in the past produced into continental ballistic missiles commercial satellite imagery also appears to show to new buildings at the site after his summit with North Korean leader in, June President Trump, claimed that the threat from Pyongyang, was over north and South Korea's senior military commanders have met for talks in the demilitarized zone between the two countries to discuss measures to reduce border tensions the military talks follow, a landmark summit between the leaders of the two Koreas, in, April at, which they. Agreed to hold hostile. Acts and to work to prevent accidental clashes Symboblic opposition leader Nelson Chamisa has said his party is winning elections resoundingly and he's ready to form the next government Mr.. Trump. Tweeted that his claim was based on results for most of the ten thousand polling stations the new PF party which has ruled Zimbabwe for more than forty years has insisted that it's on track to retain power a roadside blasts destroyed a passenger bus in western Afghanistan killing at least eight people and wounding forty others. Spokesman for the governor in Farah province blamed the attack on the Taliban earlier a suicide car bomber in Nangarhar province killed four people including a candidate for October's parliamentary elections President Trump says he's prepared to meet Iran's leaders without any preconditions at a time of their. Choosing despite abandoning the international nuclear agreement a senior Iranian officials said the US should return to the nuclear deal to pave, the way for any talks a US court has ruled, that a museum in California can keep to sixteenth century masterpieces by the German painter Lucas Cranach the elder which were looted by the Nazis during the second World War the life sized panels depict Adam and eve BBC news Welcome back to the forum from the BBC World Service, unabridged candle and, today on talking about the seventeenth century, Swedish Queen Christina with historians Tereza chevro- and Steph fogelberg rotor and with writer. Veronica Buckley so far we've traced Christina's early as in Sweden her conversion to, Catholicism and her journey to Italy so now let's look. At her life now she's arrived in Rome when she arrived there in the mid sixteen fifties she was given the use of. A Grand Palace the Palazzo fanatic, untreated to spectacular entertainments in the months that followed during carnival weeks the Barberini family one of the most powerful. In Rome put on a splendid show for her as described in veronica's book about her the Barberini were now, mounting a spectacle to end all spectacles in an arena. Specially built for the occasion, and seating three thousand people the Queen had our own Special box and from. It she watched as a fabulous Apollo and other assorted deities processed in glittering, train around the arena before.
As pressure mounts, Trump's ex-attorney turns aggressive
"We'll back to, him in a minute right now eighty two degrees on. Peachtree street Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast is coming up they, county deputies asking for the public's help and identifying a suspect. Posing, as one of them this sheriff's office. Says the suspect pulled over a seventeen year old girl Thursday night at the west McIntosh grant road intersection described as. A black, man in, his early thirties driving a dark. Colored vehicle with two flashing blue lights he came out of the car wearing dark sweats or workout clothes approach the teen girls car and tried to engage in conversation luckily she was able to safely drive away Cheryl Castro WSB account Hoon couple facing serious charges in the death. Of a woman's three year old son. The gbi I says, Twenty-six-year-old Olivia grooms and thirty two year old Robert elder have been arrested. On one count, of murder in the second degree and one count of child, cruelty grooms brought the little boy to the hospital. In late may, where he was pronounced dead short time later Breaking news I I this is. W SP twenty four hour continuing news new tension between President Trump and, his former attorney Michael Cohen Mr. Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani. Now saying that Cohen may have violated attorney client privilege and is, in great danger of being disbarred over his tapes of conversations. With, Trump weeks before the election ABC's Tara. Palmeri tells us Coen's team is firing back I just spoke to his attorney Lanny Davis who told me quote Mr. Giuliani seems, to be, confused he expressly waived attorney client. Privilege last week and repeatedly ended accurately as proven by the tape talked and talked about the recording forfeiting all confidentiality WFAN news time is seven oh two we now try to go back to Jay black in Cooperstown Have you just imagine any kind of small town parade that you've ever. Seen in the movies. Or on a painting well that's what we have here Cooperstown but instead. Of local war heroes chemistry you had the legends of baseball, making their way through, downtown Cooperstown this tiny little village and. We're, just bulbous away from seeing Chipper Jones because. Appearance here for the first time Tim Raines. Rolling biased. Right now, at a big f one fifty four pickup truck, we've seen Hank Aaron earlier at the chronicle on. We just. Saw Greg Maddux, Tom glavin. John Smoltz Bobby Cox Phil Niekro all the Atlanta Braves ladies that are enshrined in Cooperstown they've made their way here to taught of Atlanta Braves fans despite the. Fact there are six players getting probably about half the. People here are supporting Chipper Jones. He'll be inducted tomorrow we'll, have, live coverage starting eleven AM right. In front of the induction Chipper goes into the hall of fame at one thirty.
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"That's my family taught most mcintosh mcintosh talk truce bennett tone depends on the bradley wright phillips genuinely mcveigh he's like the gentle of south lump that culminate with nothing just winning and olea scarface but from south london yeah he is okay now two final guest of the night an actor comedian and you'll reallife brotherinlaw rota i'm about to experience what it's like at i bennett family thanksgiving his coming of age all over the place animated comedy mouth which brotherinlaw is gonna be returns to netflix this full season two he is also the star of operation finale which fitting for a film about human would you love this roach comes out on your day september fourteen we welcome back to the one and only my favorite member of your family roach missed the net crow i don't i go to bed toba everybody's favorite brian watt aw father my fatherinlaw couldn't make it a pleasure to be here what a great show you guys are putting on and i write everybody clearly have not been listening the toilet minute so we gotta keep this quick one the why mickey how about this you will favor on the scale off to mets world cups yeah series nineteen eighty all the last partying with that will strobe where would you put yourself between those oh i would put it when that the french dude headed the other guy in the chest put it right there like like an eleven yeah i'm having been missing a few the games but we caught the end of the belgium game today which was a joy to watch beautiful football unless you japanese japanese i was funded the javanese weren't all wearing raw denim oh you'd have loved the mighty ninety four welcome yeah you'll love that selfish and they would have had little pack slow little bag over the front at the blaze very horrible as nice nice look look big tactical mistake david they were okay nick that woke up fever short to performance and uncle trove we hear from drank drew don't pretend on of you see that movie get fifty million books in less than these seventy percent of you went to see knowing am on saturday morning that has that has led the pace and sports paper to start working on nick kroll foot head off the field your man who can fill it this head most jewish looking head of all time beautiful off we have off the field you're a man who can do it all stand up of writer producer of big mouth comedic actor in the league a serious actor in operation finale you're an old around town the american go on site not all the stats they read in the guy and as it turns out that versatility translates onto the football field what do you think what do you think of this foot head he's pretty well rounded at pace because of ref jeff ninetythree show saving them burgers renault the only man with brown was killed his bobi brussels but i know we are on the defensive so i we're sixty seven to one what the truck brecqhou defense you go physicality but we want stole repulsing how is your posting game nncholas what would you give yourself between more than one hundred i put it like seventy i feel like i'm ready to do if we did a sequel to drew we could do i think we could do massey right he's got some free time we can do the whole film starting right now we'll just plan it around major world cup of answer anything international have you have you take me through your soccer career sucker experience all right well let's start at the nexus of where soccer was ri youth soccer anyone else for right you clinton what kind of a play were you in in riot soccer i was i was i was not a very skilled player but i understood the game they're always slow useful they are understood the game from the business exact business point of view yes and then i played all the way through high school and the skills only diminished i was captain of the most losing team in my high school's history if i.
Rape, Bangladesh and Tefron discussed on BBC World Service
"Still to come on the forum we'll be looking more closely at the impact that plastic has had on the human race both positive and negative is it a force for good or evil it's undoubtedly saved many lives and developed into an icon of modern society but now science is greatest problem is what we're gonna do about oso flexible friend especially how do we dispose of it or even replace it said join me for parts of the forum straight out of the news summary bbc news with stuart mcintosh the most senior roman catholic to be charged with sexual abuse cardinal george pell has pleaded not guilty at a court in australia he was attending a hearing at which a magistrate said there was enough evidence for him to stand trial multiple abuse charges dating back to the nineteen seventy s and nineteen ninety s cardinal pell pleaded not guilty the us secretary of state mike pompeo says secret documents israel claims to have tamed on a rams nuclear program show that tefron lied about its nuclear capabilities he said this showed the international deal to curb iran's nuclear ambitions wasn't built on good faith the armenian parliament is due to meet shortly to elect a new prime minister following weeks of demonstrations that forced the resignation of the country's longstanding leader says the protest leader nicole passion young is standing unopposed although he'll still need the support of some ruling party politicians to win the united states says it's detained eleven members of a migrant caravan which had traveled from central america to the mexican border with the us the migrants were detained on suspicion of trying to enter america illegally eight other members of the convoy have entered us territory to seek asylum the head of the army of myanmar has denied that his forces were guilty of sexual violence including rape during the campaign he ordered against a hinge muslims in a reference to the seven hundred thousand muslims who fed the bangladesh general min own clearing also said myanmar was ready to accept what he described as the bank goalies who left the country under the agreement between the two countries scientists have decoded the genome of the rose in a study that could lead to new varieties of flour being read the research which took eight years to complete revealed.
Trump fires his personal assistant, John McEntee
"Not rob porter rob porter was the white house staff secretary he was the guy who was pushed out a month ago because of serious domestic violence charges against him this is not rob porter this is johnny mcentee for the record it is johnny mcentee on the left it is rob porter on the right they look so much alike that they have been mistaken for one another in national newspaper captions and on television more than once about rob porter was the staff secretary with domestic violence charges he's the one on the right johnny mcentee is the one on the left he was personal assistant to the president until last night for some reason he was hustled out of the white house look it up much they look like each other so the wall street journal was first to break the news that mister mcintosh was out and in dramatic fashion quote president donald trump's personal assistant john mcentee was fired and escorted from the white house on monday mister mcentee had been a constant presence at mr trump side for the past three years he made sure mr trump had markers to sign autographs delivered messages to him in the white house residence and over the weekend ensured that the clocks in the white house residents were adjusted for daylight savings time but then suddenly poof gone quote mister mcintosh was removed from the white house grounds monday afternoon with without being allowed to collect his belongings he left without his jacket according to a white house official what came up so suddenly that on saturday night he's changing the white house residence clocks for daylight savings time and.
"mcintosh" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"People in your machine becomes of nother potential for attack don't install suffering you were leslie it's from us trusted source and you really need you really needed up d a as an update as an administrator this was a little out of date on modern machines you don't it we for like i'm recommending not use a administrator account as your daytoday account on windows and mack nowadays both windows and mcintosh are pretty careful to keep you even if you're running as minister to keep from from becoming administrator they pop up warnings apple requires you to enter the password so while this is good advice if he's a little out of date he says use standard user account most of the time uh you can ignore that when he causing more this one he says i'm not sure i agree with mark on this turn off your machine it is true that when a machine is off it can't be hacked but new though he says turn off your machine or at least the route or wi fi um when it's not being you know not a bad idea turn your wifi your browder off at night or disconnect meaning it might not a bad idea but frankly your online you're on the machine enough that i don't think that's gonna protect you particularly and his last one his encrypt and this is really becoming more important is when you its first install a new computer was set it up whether it's windows are mack turn on the builtin encryption bit locker file vault use vpns when you're on public wifi ice encrypting your data on your smartphone means it's just less likely to get still notice was not in here in update is an anti virus and he points out the any fires only catches 5 percent of new threats targeting your computer i don't recommend any buyers either now those are the bay update is basic and again future crimes dot com lincoln the show notes but if you want to go a step farther believe it or not the nsa offers you under its resources on its.
"mcintosh" Discussed on TechStuff
"In utah instead of in a different state so they all those mcintosh xl computers ended up in a landfill in utah so somewhere in a utah landfill if you dig down you would be able to find old mcintosh xl lease a two computers but don't do that movie a colossally bad idea and you could very easily injury yourself if you dug in the wrong landfill fell plus you'd probably be trespassing so i'm officially telling you do not go searching for the macintosh x l because even if you've found one it wouldn't work at this point it's been exposed to elements since 1980 nine so you don't want one don't do it if i hear you about you doing it will be very put out i've got a lot more to say about the history of the macintosh from 1984 to nineteen ninety seven but before i get into the next segment let's take a quick break to thank our sponsor a pioneering antimine vogel bonn end we are the hosts for a podcast called food stamp on how stuff works where we get to talk about things like going areas in history that brought as this cocktail and how it involves gunfire the we to learn about this guy george jessil who may have invented the bloody mary and you can find out all about that and why someone fired a gun at him in our episode called voting mary's can listen on apapa passing i hadn't subscribes they never miss an hour so a few months after the initial mcintosh hit store shelves apple released an update called the back 512 also known as the fat back.