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Makeover: Oil Giant BP Promises to Cut Oil Production, Invest in Renewables

Business Wars Daily

04:09 min | 6 hrs ago

Makeover: Oil Giant BP Promises to Cut Oil Production, Invest in Renewables

"Somebody had to go I. It's no surprise that Covid Nineteen Delta Draconian blow to the oil and gas industry stay at home orders and line shutdowns of dramatically reduced the need for oil and gas prices and earnings plunged well. Now at least one giant oil company says demand for fossil fuels will never be the same again and it's taking steps not just to pivot, but to make itself over entirely. That business is BP the london-based behemoth last week, the one, hundred, ten year, old company announced a seventeen billion dollar quarterly loss and multibillion dollar writedown of its assets. But what generated headlines was its announcement that over the next decade, it intends to discard its identity as a fossil fuel business. Instead, it'll invest heavily in a wide variety of renewable energy technologies on its way to achieving net zero emissions by twenty fifty. Specifically bb says it will cut oil and gas production by forty percent over the next decade. At the same time, it plans to put ten times as much money into renewable energy investments as it currently does with a goal of investing five billion dollars a year by twenty thirty bio-energy hydrogen, carbon, capture and storage investments in electric vehicle charging stations are all said to be on the menu as our wind and solar. From. A business perspective the move does make some sense BP expects demand for oil to fall between fifty and seventy five percent over the next thirty years as the world attempts to slow global warming. In June BP officials acknowledged that the pain caused to the oil business by the pandemic isn't temporary. It's permanent. They say in a statement, they said covid nineteen would accelerate an existing transition to a lower carbon economy as country seek to quote, build back better meaning in ways less harmful to the environment. The shift is taking a toll on BP's employees. The company announced in June that it plans to lay off ten thousand people. BP's dismal second quarter didn't seem to faze investors instead they embrace the company's new renewable energy shift its share price leapt seven percent on the news stuart joyner an analyst at the market research firm redburn remarked that the move was major positive, thoughtful, and largely unexpected the New York Times reported. Unexpected too many perhaps, but close observers of the company may not have been that surprised. BP has spent the last decade clawing back from its disastrous deepwater horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. For obvious reasons, the company hasn't exactly been a darling of environmentalists, but quickly after becoming CEO in February Bernard Looney made a pledge for BP to achieve net zero emissions by twenty fifty it was the first of giant global oil companies to do so. At the time both socially conscious and traditional investors applauded BP's pledge Andrew Logan and oil and gas director at series a climate change advocacy organization said EP was setting a new standard for leadership in the oil industry CNN reported and Barclays analysts called the plan both fundamental and radical. Last week. Looney. said in a statement quote. This coming decade is critical for the world in the fight against climate change and to drive the necessary change in global energy systems will require action from everyone but so far oil giants. Exxon and Chevron have not followed suit indeed mobile continues to expand oil exploration and production around the world despite its own sharp drop in earnings. The Washington Post reported BP has attempted and failed at other eco, friendly initiatives over the years and BP will continue to invest in and make most of its money from fossil fuels for at least another five years. Still observers agree that this is the company's most transformative move yet, and the realities of business may give BP's ecoconscious strategy more momentum than has existed in the past. As reporter Steven muffs wrote in. The Washington Post for. BP. Is trying to get ahead of what climate change might forced the industry to do. Anyway.

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Mexico City lets bars 'change' to restaurants to reopen

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 11 hrs ago

Mexico City lets bars 'change' to restaurants to reopen

"To operate his restaurants in orderto free Open. It's part of an easing of the Corona virus locked down bars and night clubs have been closed for four months. The city is now offering almost automatic approval if bar owners fill out an online application. And agreed to offer food and enforce sanitary and social distancing measures similar measures elsewhere,

Dan Milnor and a conversation (you may need to hear) about pro photography today

PhotoBiz Xposed

05:24 min | 1 d ago

Dan Milnor and a conversation (you may need to hear) about pro photography today

"Today's guest is a photo book and creative evangelist. He loves photography, but he really does it for paying clients anymore, which he says has led to a more rounded interesting and better life. He spent twenty five years as a full time photographer mainly shooting documentary work for newspapers magazines clients in Nineteen, Ninety, seven, he quit photography, but in nine, hundred, ninety, nine talked into coming back. To work as a photographer then in two thousand and ten, he quit a game this time for real and today he works for Blurb the print on demand bookmakers he lives in. New Mexico one of the United States with his wife where he rides bikes explores and continues to work on his own documentary projects and create box that potentially no one will see or even care about. I stumbled across him on Youtube while rediscovering my passion for Photography and start shooting more for myself. He's breath of fresh air full of positivity even though he will potentially go against everything you've heard from any other guests of interview. Thing is crossed. This is a positive experience. All of us I'm talking about Dan. Mill Nor am truly rat to have him here this now Dan welcome might yeah. Thanks, I appreciate it. Wow. I've sounded amazing intro. Maybe. We should read that again. I'll send details to. Tell me why do you feel that you are? A happy better more random person now the shooting professionally. Oh, man it's a great question I just started thinking about this a couple of weeks ago. I've thought about it a lot but prior to that, but I made a realization a couple of weeks ago that I sort of pushed aside since two thousand ten when I made the decision to really walk away from being a full time photographer I became a better person almost immediately, and the reason for that is that being a professional photographer especially if you're trying to. Make your own work and not just you know sort of content with any assignment that comes along the Pike if you're trying to adhere or hold to a certain standard or style that may or may not have a home in the industry, it's very difficult, and so the consequently you're forced to think about yourself far too much. So the moment I quit photography, which was I think it was Tuesday afternoon in two thousand ten just said I'm done and I deleted my email account primary email account and I suddenly didn't have. To think about myself all the time I didn't have to speak about my business I. It was like being on the freeway letting your foot off the accelerator and all of a sudden you can lift back and say, wow, I can take a look around here and I realized one I've been focused on myself for far too long and I've been focused on a very narrow sliver of Tarpley for far too long. I should have been a more well rounded human being and educated in in areas that I wasn't also Just more educated in regards to the creative industry in general, you know what our designers doing, what are illustrators doing, what a writers doing why am I not collaborating with these people? You know it just was a wakeup call of sort of epic proportion and it's on me because I made the same realization in the nineties when I quit the first time and then I talked myself out of it I was like, oh I should do this again and I probably should have never gone back from ninety seven or ninety nine. I was like a square peg round of the photo industry I never really felt completely at home because my philosophy about what I was doing was not typical. And I WanNa make the pictures that other people were making I. Didn't WanNa make them in the style that other people were making them and I just kept finding myself swimming in quote unquote wrong direction and you know my colleagues and other folks in the industry were just like what are you doing? You can't do what you're doing and I thought well, you know I can and I am and it is. A weird scenario to end when you're constantly in the minority. But yeah, I just took a look around inside I need to stop thinking about myself so much and start thinking about other people but understand, hey, you had a chance to thanks so much about is still if you answerable to, I guess an editor so won't you focus on the work you had in front of you had to submit and get done. Well, it depends on what style what I'm shooting. So I made a couple of realizations very early. So I graduated from photo journalism. School. Ninety two I got an internship at a major newspaper ninety three to meet year to find an internship I was like banging my head against the wall. I found internship and ninety three. I got very fortunate because it was a big paper they had good budgets. They had a lot of photographers that I was rabid I was so amped on being talk refer and the photo editor realized that very quickly and it wasn't like I was a great talker or great inter. It was just that I was rabid and my pictures were in focused and I could talk to people without slobbering over myself and so I think the photo editor looked at me and said Oh. He's not a liability like I can actually give him good assignments. So I got good assignments. Photographer when you're working for a newspaper or a magazine Yes, you are almost entirely beholden to their editorial style it what the editor wants, photo editor, etc, and so found very quickly. You know what I could get away with in the newspaper world? Picture wise because we were a very conservative paper and I I would shoot things in in the field in my head as I was framing it up I'd say they're never gonNA run this even if it was a great image, I would say all the higher ups are GonNa make nervous they're not gonNA run. And when I went into the magazine world, it was the same thing I realized very quickly that I was not shooting my photographs shooting their photographs.

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Magnitude 5.1 earthquake strikes North Carolina

Money Matters with Dean Greenberg

00:20 sec | 1 d ago

Magnitude 5.1 earthquake strikes North Carolina

"Earthquake that shook much of North Carolina. The National Weather Service says the 5.1 magnitude quake, the strongest to hit the state in more than 100 years, struck near Sparta this morning, and it followed a much smaller quake hours earlier. No immediate reports of damage or injuries. Another case of bubonic plague in New Mexico,

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A New Mexico man has died from the state's second reported case of plague this year

WBZ Morning News

00:24 sec | 2 d ago

A New Mexico man has died from the state's second reported case of plague this year

"Health officials in New Mexico say a second man has died from the Bubonic plague. The Rio Areva County man was in his twenties and was hospitalized with a disease before his death. A Santa Fe County man in his sixties was also diagnosed with the bubonic plague last month but has been recovering at the hospital. Plague is spread through contact with infected fleas or animals and is treatable with antibiotics have caught

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New Mexico man in his 20s dies of septicemic plague

Tennessee Matters

00:23 sec | 2 d ago

New Mexico man in his 20s dies of septicemic plague

"A 20 year old New Mexico man has died of bubonic plague. A plague, also known as the Black Death was the deadliest recorded in human history, killing up to 200 million people in the 14th century. It's the state's second plague related deaths since 2015. The black death causes swollen lymph nodes and a crow sees in various body parts, resulting in the blackening of a person's

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What Do Hurricane Categories Mean?

BrainStuff

03:33 min | 2 d ago

What Do Hurricane Categories Mean?

"Are hurricanes categorized and what do those categories really mean Daybreak and stuff is Christian Sager here when hurricane season arrives each year on June first phrases such as storm surge, wind speed, and I wal- suddenly become part of the summer lexicon in the United States. But probably, the most important words to know about a hurricane are those that describe its power and those include whether it's a category one or category five. The variance between the strengths of these two storms could mean the difference between life and death. Now, meteorologists rank hurricanes from one to five based on the Saffir Simpson scale. The scale is a yardstick that takes into account a hurricane's wind speed, storm surge, and air pressure, and the scale begins with a category one, the least powerful and dangerous. Hurricane, and then it moves towards its climax at category five. The most catastrophic as the storm pushes across the ocean it gathers speed and strength low air pressure forces, ocean water into a huge mound near the I, which could create a devastating storm surge when the wall of water reaches land, the more heat and moisture hurricane consumes the more powerful. The storm becomes that's where the Saffir Simpson scale comes in. The scale was created when Robert H Simpson was director of the National Hurricane Center in Nineteen sixty-nine during the time Hurricane Camille blew through the Caribbean and into the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico. It's winds were clocked at one hundred and ninety miles per hour or three, hundred six. Kilometers per hour as it struck Mississippi and the official death poll from wind storm surge in rain was two hundred and fifty, six people in nineteen seventy one, Herbert. Saffir was working as an engineer in Florida preparing a report for the United Nations building codes that could withstand the onslaught of high speed wins. He eventually came up with a table that outlined the damage to buildings win can cause at various speeds. He worked up five categories of hurricanes based on damage. Each one could cause in nineteen seventy-two Simpson took sappers, numbers and correlated them with storm surge estimates in barometric pressure. The result was the saffir-simpson scale by nine, hundred and seventy-five. The Saffir Simpson scale was in widespread use local state. And Federal officials not to mention the public at large. Now had an easy to read and understand chart that outlined a hurricane's impact. While the Saffir Simpson scale is a good measuring tool it doesn't really tell the full story of a hurricane's impact hurricanes pack a lot of kinetic energy and as a byproduct, a hurricane's power increases exponentially from one category to the next as wind speed increases a category five hurricane for example, is five hundred times more powerful than a category one. How does this relate to property damage compared to a Category One category? Two hurricane can generate seven times. The amount of damage while a category five storm can generate a hundred and forty four times the amount of destruction.

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'Most sophisticated tunnel in US history' discovered between Mexico and Arizona

News, Traffic and Weather

00:51 sec | 2 d ago

'Most sophisticated tunnel in US history' discovered between Mexico and Arizona

"A report U. S Border Patrol officers get this Discovered an incomplete tunnel found stretching from Mexico all the way to Arizona and what an acting chief patrol agent calls one of the most sophisticated tunnels ever in U. S history, believed to be intended for smuggling. The tunnel runs from a neighborhood in San Louis Riel Colorado, Mexico to San Luis, Arizona. The construction has yet to reach the surface. Public affairs agent, Vinnie Dubovsky says agents discovered electricity, weather proofing, flooring, ventilation, a rail system and mohr within its passages. This is one of the most sophisticated tunnels we've seen in the United States just because thie Material used to build it. On the train that it had to Travers through. Um It makes it really

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New Mexico man in his 20s dies of septicemic plague

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 2 d ago

New Mexico man in his 20s dies of septicemic plague

"Dreaded diagnosis has claimed the life of a man in New Mexico, he said to be the state's second case of Septus Emmick plague this year. Only describe as a Rio Arriba County man in his twenties, health officials say he was hospitalized before he passed away. Last month. Bubonic Plague was also diagnosed in a Santa Fe County man in his sixties, according to the CDC, which also says this Can't be treated effectively with modern antibiotics can cause serious illness or death if it's not treated.

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4 deaths linked to hand sanitizers in two states

Gardening Naturally With Jeff Ferris

00:24 sec | 2 d ago

4 deaths linked to hand sanitizers in two states

"This week in Arizona and New Mexico. Four people have died and three others event. Ongoing vision problems. The sanitizers in question all contained methanol, which is used in antifreeze. Dozens of sanitizer sold in the U. S containing methanol have been re called another reason to feel guilty while waiting at the drive through at your favorite fast food joint toxic chemicals may be coding rappers and

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US: Border tunnel appears to be 'most sophisticated'

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 d ago

US: Border tunnel appears to be 'most sophisticated'

"An incomplete tunnel has been found that stretches from Mexico to Arizona it's being described by government officials as one of the most sophisticated tunnels in U. S. history the intention was smuggling it went from San Luis Rio Colorado Mexico to San Luis Arizona where it stops short of reaching the surface it had a ventilation system water lines electrical wiring a rail system and extensive reinforcement homeland security investigators started excavating around the tunnel a few weeks ago after someone reported a sinkhole near the border wall I'm a Donahue

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Time captured in a capsule

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:56 min | 3 d ago

Time captured in a capsule

"Welcome to catch Miss Mysteries I'm your host kid crumb today despite the fact that we have so many things going on with the corona virus, the economy just around the world kind of an upheaval I thought it would be interesting to look back at how people thought. This might look at long ago and will address time capsules according to the International Time Capsule Society Around fifteen thousand time capsules worldwide a time capsule could be a box, a bottle, literally a metal capsule, as often as time capsules contain letters and newspaper. Clippings about significant events, they also may contain letters and pictures created by children. Often school will bury a time capsule students ideas about what the future will be like some time capsules are meant to be opened fifty years but most have notes on the outside of the container asking that adopt be opened until a specific date. The oldest time capsule in the United. States was created by Paul Revere and Samuel Adams and is believed to have been buried in seventeen ninety five making the oldest known time capsule in the United. States. Time capsules have been discovered, but most have been purposefully dug up and open to time capsules out of Japan contain remnants survivors many time capsules are simply intended to show what was going on when they were buried in an area of Germany where German SS were trained time capsules beneath the floor refilled with Nazi Paraphernalia, including pictures of Hitler and two copies of his book Mein Kampf. Then there was a surprise time capsule discovered in plain sight at the American Legion post seventy six that had been sitting in. The lobby when they decided to fasten it down for safety sake, they discovered that it was possible time capsule from nineteen, thirty four but someone else have discovered earlier and left a note that stated simply thanks for the brandy note was tucked inside an empty brandy bottle many schools created time capsules usually elementary grades usually with the idea that in fifty years, most of the children are still in the area would appreciate the contents when the capsule was open fifty years later in the nineteen fifties, most children wrote about flying. And rocket ships by the nineteen sixties letters are about pollution becoming president demolition crews Albuquerque New Mexico, discovered a time capsule from Nineteen Sixty eight nearer former elementary school. Most of the children wrote about their favourite TV show but Greg Lee young men left a different kind of note, I'm dead. I. Go to Montgomery School that is the old school name I was born nineteen hundred you auto and I'm reading this directly. That's why it sounds kind of funny auto now no, I'm dead my favorite subject is spooking the police I play the guitar case you don't know what it is. It is supported with strings on him I am ten years old seal later savages. Greg Hat Morbid nature the most unusual time capsule. Now, certainly concerned a prophecy came true the capsule was a metal ammo box pulled from the foundation of a building all it was left of burned out logs ghost town of climax located in the southern Cascade Mountain range the child's printing dated nineteen forty eight described a town on British Columbia's North Coast that would boom in nineteen seventy nine with over a thousand residents but would become completely deserted by nineteen eighty two in the note he stated that the town would be as modern. As any community of that decade he ended with a comment that even after the town was completely deserted, it would still have electricity for thirty years underneath the date you printed his his name Philip Simon follow by grade three, Mrs Sims class for decades. The notes from the time capsule found climax collected dust in a police archive. The department hired a new officer who was given the assignment cleaning out the back room including the archives when he came to the letters from the time capsule, he page through them until he came to fill. The officer had grown up in Khazal. And had vivid memories of his family moving out of the town in nineteen eighty search on the station's computer revealed that indeed Kissel had ended up deserted by nineteen eighty two yet retained power lines for thirty years when officers searched the Internet for the author Philip Simon was not to be found nor could he locate any school in the area that was around in nineteen forty eight with a teacher with the last name of Sims.

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Southern Mexico state bans junk food sales to children

America First

00:39 sec | 4 d ago

Southern Mexico state bans junk food sales to children

"A state in Mexico is banning junk food The Legislature of Mexico's southern state of Oaxaca has approved a ban on selling high calorie snack food and Children in a bid to combat one of the world's highest rates of childhood obesity. Bill, the first of its kind of Mexico has drawn protests from business groups, officials in Mexico of blame junk food and soft drinks for Mexico's shockingly high rate of deaths among middle aged people from Cove in 19 They say Mexicans diet younger age from the pandemic, in part because of the country's high rates of diabetes and obesity. The law would find shopkeepers but allow parents to approve such

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Unemployment claims top 1 million for 20th straight week

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

01:32 min | 4 d ago

Unemployment claims top 1 million for 20th straight week

"Two, million Americans filed for first time. Unemployment benefits is the twentieth straight week where more than a million people have filed for jobless claims. Recent polling shows that sixty nine percent of Americans believe the country is heading in the wrong direction a new report from the Bloomberg Misery Index. That's actually a real thing. It tallies inflation and unemployment outlooks for sixty countries reveals that quote the United States is projected to see the worst reversal of fortune this year in a ranking of global economic misery underscoring just how much havoc the pandemic has wrought America fell twenty five spots from the number fifty spot to the number twenty five spot that puts us behind countries like Russia and Mexico on the economic misery ranking. And yet, Donald Trump seems content to say it'll all go away. Not, pushing Republicans to come to a deal with Democrats to extend enhanced unemployment benefits and the moratorium on indictions. He's blaming problems on in states on governors, pressuring states with spiking cases to reopen their schools and spreading disinformation actual disinformation about the virus including claim about children. That is so dangerous that facebook and twitter both took a down they hardly take anything down. and. Today he twice claimed without evidence at a vaccine. We'll be ready before election day only to be fact checked by Dr. Anthony. FAUCI. We're trying very hard to. Get a vaccine that might be available by the end of the year or the beginning of two thousand, twenty one. But that's many months away.

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Fewer arrests made at US-Texas border

Mark Levin

00:25 sec | 4 d ago

Fewer arrests made at US-Texas border

"The pandemic hasn't stopped illegal immigration at the Texas border, but it has slowed it. Customs Border Protection Commissioner Mark Morgan says the number of arrests are about half of what they were compared to a year ago. And that means fewer people are in detention, individuals and our congregants setting, which would be a Petri dish in some locations. Inspector Cove in now we're about 3 to 400. Absolute success. He says The virus is spreading rapidly in Mexico and human smugglers are ignoring public health

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Digging for the truth

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:57 min | 4 d ago

Digging for the truth

"The Welcome to kiss Miss Mystery signed your host. Kit crump night been receiving a usual amount of people wondering how I tracked down the facts refined the truth when I'm working on a story. So I'm going to run down the process I'd take when investigating and urban legend and try to give a couple of examples, I i. look for anyone that actually experienced the event if that individual doesn't want to talk to me, which is usually the case. Then, I attempt to track down a witness to the event. Often when there are someone that actually experienced a paranormal event, let's say they are often embarrassed or reluctant to speak to anyone for fear, they're going to be criticized or accused of making up the entire event in some cases that involve things political or the government I can utilize the freedom of information. Act But they usually take forty five days or more to respond if the event. Is something that was reoccurring. Then I can tap into police be I reports. However, they are often. So editor redacted with black lines disliked trying to figure out a code to best understand the process will recite a couple of examples I of flying saucer that crashed at Roswell keep in mind that I'm going to leave out a lot of detail and I'm only going to explain off the flying saucer itself no alien bodies involved in this first. Trace the image of a saucer back to nineteen forty seven in horten brothers who created both a saucer and flying wing both brothers were brought back to the United States with two hundred and fifty other scientists at the end of the war in something that was called project paper clip. You may have heard of this where in the United States could the Horton's and other scientists work well, area fifty one of course at what became area fifty one. I continue this option that they would continue work on the flying wing or flying saucer I. Now Research Project Rainbow is a program using some of Tesla's science in an effort to move a battleship from point a to point b you might know this as a Philadelphia experiment. The idea was not to make anything invisible simply to move it from one place to. Another and the military failure they had made a small battleship both vanish and move from one point to another. Now, they bring that science to the Horton saucer and it becomes up flying saucer. The problem is that they can't control the Horton's flying saucer any better than the L. Ridge which was the battleship they tried it out on initially with line saucer vanishes and. then. Reappears eight hundred miles away word crashes at Roswell New Mexico this. You'd give you a very rough idea of the thinking connecting process. Keep in mind that if I have a strange unexplained event, I don't want to go to the authorities or police wrath be I with whatever because they are not equipped for accurate reports on things that go bump in the. Night that leads me to my second example a while back I got a book did explained away dozens and dozens of urban legends is a hundred percent boss. But when I opened the book to the first one, the author said, it could possibly be happening yet. I know for a fact, kidney harvesting does happen and is going on in the United States right now. The book explained away the notion that people are having their kidneys harvest it well, here's what I know. Twenty years ago I was in a restaurant with my editor. The booking question was my book body parts a story I had written about the sale of block market body parts as I was explaining the research a waitress came over and told us how some of her friends had gone to New Orleans and one of them strayed from the group in hoax. So picking up a woman for the night, they had all been. Showing an apartment and she said he would join them in the morning. If he simply ended up closing down a few bars long story short when he didn't show up, they manage to track him down to a flop house where they found him in a bathtub filled with ice less one kidney. So they get into a local hospital at an after examination. The doctor tells them that the surgery necessary to remove that kidney without killing the patient had been carried out in a surgical unit with a team of surgeons trained to. Remove a kidney. This waitress didn't know either my editor or myself. She said her friend who lost a kidney lives in Ashland Oregon but I never tried to contact him but you could see from this second example, how many urban legends are often just dismissed out of hand. The author of that book I was mentioning dismissed the kidney harvesting only consulted police in several doctors. Of course, neither of his sources would have anything to do with kidney harvesting for a lot of different reasons not to mention that harvesting any Oregon is. A federal offense

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C.D.C. Warns Against Drinking Hand Sanitizer

Steve and Ted

00:49 sec | 5 d ago

C.D.C. Warns Against Drinking Hand Sanitizer

"About hand sanitizers. They're not warning us against cleaning our hands during the pandemic, But the CDC says some people are drinking hand sanitizer. Sometimes it's Children who don't realize what they're drinking. But in other cases, it stains and adults who are drinking it because of the alcohol content of particular concern, sanitizers that can Cane methanol. The CDC reports several cases in Arizona and New Mexico of people becoming seriously ill. After swallowing sanitizer containing methanol. They cite the case of a man who suffered major vision loss. After doing this drinking methanol can also cause seizures and can even be fatal. There were more than a dozen hand sanitizers on the market containing method. All the Food and Drug Administration has now re called all of them. They say you should only he was sanitizer is made with ethanol or ice appropriate all for more

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WhatsApp now lets you fact-check forwarded messages

Daily Tech News Show

00:35 sec | 6 d ago

WhatsApp now lets you fact-check forwarded messages

"APP announced a feature to help you search the web for information about frequently forwarded information. Frequently, forwarded information often leads disinformation. A message forwarded more than five times. Already includes a little double Arrow on it to let you know, hey, this is getting spread around a lot. It will also now have a magnifying glass icon on it. When you click on that magnifying glass icon, it'll open news results or other info related to the content in the message. The feature is being rolled out in Brazil Italy, Ireland Mexico Spain the UK and the US.

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"mexico" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

02:14 min | 6 months ago

"mexico" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"Mexico's becoming a more attractive market for US Professional Sports Leagues that does include the NBA from K. Jay z's Mexico City Bureau Rodriguez Avantis reports go at the Mexico City arena the NBA game between the Phoenix Suns. And the San Antonio Spurs is about to start one guy lease among the fans and he says the Games in Mexico ended the. Us are very similar in ticket costs about the same the only three hundred dollars. Now with open markets globalization. I don't see much difference like the football and basketball leagues the NBA Holes Regular Season Games in Mexico. Here's NBA Commissioner Adam. Silver the fact that you're seeing all the league's focused on this country and this is indicative of all the positive indicators and the tremendous things that are happening with the Mexican economy the NBA just opened. Its first official store in Mexico. It's also starting a major partnership here next season will be launching an NBA team here in Mexico. City the G. League is the NBA's official minor league and Mexico City. Skopje Don is will be the first team outside of the US and Canada Will Saratoga the NBA Mexico. Managing Director says the partnership and packed. Arenas show that. The Sport and revenue are booming. Right now we have two million fans compared to two thousand seventeen twenty five percent growth. Many teams are also betting on the Mexican market like the Phoenix Suns High. Malaria is a business consultant working with the team on its marketing and lobbying efforts in Mexico. What are the things that are trying to do is make people understand and make Mexican Bazi makers Understand that they're here for the long term. It's not just a one and done that. Game between the sunset spurs went into overtime in the last minute. The Suns lost the game but like other teams and at the NBA itself. It will keep playing to score in the Mexican market in Mexico City. I'm wro video set of on this for marketplace. We're also covering the bankruptcy filing last night of the boy scouts marketplace morning report. Podcast later if you miss it on the air our producers Arose Common Victoria Craig Murdock Garretson candice men. Rick is Renan. Danielson were from APM American public media..

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"mexico" Discussed on Policy Matters

Policy Matters

06:48 min | 6 months ago

"mexico" Discussed on Policy Matters

"Mexico perhaps legal perhaps illegally. And so I think in that sense the The item high on the agenda for twenty twenty any is essentially going to be to tackle drug's a drug trafficking in violence in Mexico ambassador. Christopher Landau the American ambassador in Mexico has already made needed very clear. That's on the top of the agenda along with immigration now that the USCCA's done and and I think it's going to be a kind of a rocky road ahead this year. Now we've talked a lot about these various issues that are shaping the the binational relationship looking beyond the specific. Civic issues has been a change in the way how our bilateral relationship is being conducted. I I would say yes. Yes the one thing that I believe has fundamentally changed is that during the Clinton and the and the Bush and the Obama Administration's there was an attempt at building institutions and strengthening the institutions that there existed At the the center here at the Baker Institute the Center for the United States and Mexico were about to finish two books that I think are important to mention one is The future of US Mexico relations nations strategic foresight and the other one is called Binational Commons Institution Building and governance in the US. Mexico border. The idea is that these two who countries half to administer and manage a binational competence that borderline and the borderlands and all the issues that lie in between And the best way to do it on a permanent basis with certainty and And and I guess considering the interests of both both countries is to build institutions all the institutions that were inherited from the twentieth century. Most of them. are now being questioned or or dismantled or essentially starved. But he's seen a shift to a more personalized approach to the bilateral relations. That is the one thing that I think we have observed. And that is that these two men. MR TRUMP AND MR l Pez rather prefer to centralize almost a management of all these different Complex issues in in their hands and then use them as kind of a political cards that they can trade exchange and threatened with So far though there hasn't been a clash between the two primarily because Mr Lopes rather has been unwilling to engage in a spat with Mr trump and Mr bar the attorney attorney general of the United States has been down to Mexico City Twice in the last few months to convey the wishes of the trump administration on immigration on trade on on security and and I think Mexico so far has complied In a piece to Washington. We don't know what can happen in the future. But as of right now The relationship is essentially being managed by specific individuals. Like bar. Like Jared Kushner in the White House who has also been given in his portfolio the relationship with Mexico to some extent But what is missing. Here is the more formal agreements and of course the institutions uh-huh and many of them that exist our at At risk so there's definitely a change the style of these two men is quite different than Than that of their predecessors I will. US Mexican Relationship Change if Democrats elected president in November and specifically almost all the Democratic candidates Taking a far more What I would call generous line on migration questions could we see a sudden surge of Central American migrants appearance should a Democrat be elected. Well I think the very first question to address his what would happen. It depends on on on the Democrat. Right what would happen if Joe Biden or closure or footage or somebody more moderate more sort of in the middle were to be elected in November. Twenty twenty I think that they would probably try to restore the status quo. ONTA- perhaps more formal channels more diplomatic channels more political negotiations on dealing with his The issue of Central American would be very complex. But it has to be put on the table perhaps managed regionally we saw how President Obama managed the search in two thousand fourteen in two thousand fifteen. This is not new. This is not something that has happened. Under the trump administration. These searches of immigrants from Central America. Already ready happened under the Obama Administration and they were handled multi-laterally with what Amal and Salvador Honduras with Mexico and trying to manage the process of asylum seekers and trying to stop programs Within Central American so on I think we would see some of that That doesn't mean that these are just will not continue you but but what the trump administration is not necessarily saying you Mexico. You handle them in your southern border they should not get to the. US Mexico border and and that's essentially the way it's been handled in the last two two and a half years. The greatest uncertainty would be under somebody like Sanders or Warren Then under The other candidates potential candidates In the Democratic Party. Thank you so much. We're going to have you back on again. A because does this bi-national relationship is simply so important that it bears constant study and constant discussion. Thank you so much. Thank you Joe. And the only thing I want to close with this to say I don't think there's any other country Then Mexico which has a deeper and broader impact on the lives of so many millions of Americans than Mexico so Mexico? Remain a fundamental part of talk about here. Thank you for joining us for this. Episode Policy Matters points and perspectives from rice. University's Baker Institute for Public Policy Policy. The Baker Institute is one of the nation's leading resources for nonpartisan public policy research and dialogue for more information formation about how you can engage with the Baker Institute our fellows and our events. Please visit our website at Baker Institute Dot Org. If you enjoyed the podcast please subscribe and rate us on Apple podcasts. Stitcher or wherever you go to get your podcast and join us next week for more points. Perspectives from Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy..

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"mexico" Discussed on Noble Blood

Noble Blood

03:20 min | 7 months ago

"mexico" Discussed on Noble Blood

"Before she was car Lada of Mexico she was originally a princess of Belgium. The daughter of Leopold of Saxe Coburg Saalfeld when Leopold was a young man. He caught the eye of England. Only Princess Princess Charlotte of Wales the only daughter era of George the fourth and at the time the only legitimate grandchild of King George the third unlike her German Hanover family whom the English English people had already grown to detest with their frivolity George. The third's burgeoning madness charlotte was shining light. She represented the future of the monarchy. Princess Charlotte of Wales was beautiful and quick witted and although her father had been desperate for her to marry the Prince of Orange Charlotte had her heart heart and mind set on leopold the young and handsome Belgian prince when Leopold came to meet her father for the first time Charlotte wrote in in her diary. I find him charming and go to bed happier than I have ever done yet. In my life princess never I believe sets out in life or marriage bridge with such prospects of happiness real domestic ones like other people with Charlotte had found real prospects of happiness and on their our wedding day. Massive crowds flooded the London streets desperate to catch a glimpse of the handsome leopold dressed in his British military uniform and Princess US Charlotte in a wedding dress that had caused over ten thousand pounds. They had achieved happiness and their country was overjoyed and and more joy followed when Charlotte just twenty one years old announced she was pregnant. The future of the nation was bright and secure at at least it was until Charlotte died in childbirth after delivering a boy stillborn. A nation fell into despair. Despair a whaling weeks long morning that left linen drapers running out of black cloth. It really was Henry. Brougham wrote as though every household throughout Great Britain had lost a favorite child Charlotte's father the Prince Regent George the fourth was so so bereft that he found himself unable to attend Charlotte his only child's funeral even the Prince of Orange Charlotte one time rejected suitor burst into tears when he heard her death and his new wife ordered all of the ladies of their court into former morning. When Lord Byron heard that Charlotte had died? He opened his window and screamed out into the street. He wrote a poem mourning her in which he wrote a long low. Oh distant murmur of dread sound such as a rise is when a nation bleeds with some deep and imitable wound. But no one was more miserable more grief-stricken than Charlotte's husband Prince Leopold that rare chance for a royal to have a happy Mary. Life had been torn to shreds his heart.

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"mexico" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

09:56 min | 8 months ago

"mexico" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"So the story it tells so much. First of all just about the sanitary conditions on the border which is people are bathing in a river and another. You also wrote that this river are it's just not clean like dead animals will float in it too. Yeah so that's one issue and then there's the issue of there's so many people that the city Mexico isn't properly able to care for them so even though this girl was saved from drowning she didn't get maybe the full treatment that she might have gotten if the resources were available. Yeah yeah and it's something that happens. It doesn't just happen to that. Other people will tell me the same thing with the next government says we give them state health insurance. They're covered but when you talk to people who are using it and who need More than you know the basics down you actually realize I know there there are some gaps here And you know no one's really talking about them. So how had brainy and her father ended up in this camp. They traveled from on Ludicrous and they had arrived to the border in mid-july but yeah I mean. They had their first court date in October late October around there. You know that that kind of gives you a sense of how long they waited and how long you know people have three four five hearing sometimes. So they're gonNA be there for a while I know they have an asylum case but the data was very like. I don't WanNa talk about why we fled. Why don't they WANNA talk about? What led them to the border? One thing that the media attention has sort of top people as they don't need to tell the whole story sometimes they don't want to. It's painful you know. They're they're also oh worried that if it gets back to wherever they're from there could be consequences and they don't have a lot of trust 'em people so it sounds like Brennan or DADS Salvador. They really settled in. You said Salvador had a job even in the camp. Yeah I The job has now the last time I saw him like two weeks ago. He was a parking attendant. And that's I mean that's the thing one of the in my experience covering immigration. I covered the caravans last year. And you know life goes on regardless of what is happening people get jobs people fall in love. New Friendships are made people become more politicised in some cases so salvador is working now as a parking attendant and are they living in a tent. Yeah yeah they're living tent on the street in the plaza. That's right at the foot of the bridge that connects Brownsville and the models. And it's you know on this plaza on concrete and they're just surrounded founded by tents. Just like squished together. There's no official number. I've heard yet. Twenty six hundred twenty four hundred fifteen hundred sit back to back tents year but the cold fronts coming in and when you have that many people you know basically stacked up on top of each other and people get sick it spreads and you have vulnerable people you have pregnant women in these camps of kids and so there is concern about so the health implications of Mexico with the camps conditions so squalid an so visible Mexican officials tools have been trying to make migrants moved to a shelter run by the Mexican government rules in this happened back in November one asylum seeker Acre filmed a Mexican official holding clipboard announcing that adults who didn't move would be separated from their children. A voice off camera Asks the man with a clipboard. How he would like it if his kids were taken away? Then the voice asks. What are you hoping? What article of the law? Let's take kids away by force that you you gotta think so. The Mexican government is basically set up like a separate area where it's more contained. Yeah so Tom. On the banks of the river see can't really see them over there. They had built these big white tents that you that it is what you imagine when you think of refugee camps and they were trying to put a move in there but but the people in the camp are just so distrustful of the government at this point They don't WanNa go over there. Yeah you talk to a hundred man Dan who is actually refusing to leave. The tent city is currently operates and I was surprised because he was really seeing. That move is a a political act. He was saying I don't WanNa be moved out of sight. Were not holding protests signs but being out here creates social pressure for for Mexico and the US. Do you think a lot of the migrants themselves that way more than you think I was. I was truly surprised when he said that. Because I wasn't thinking about it that way either But there is a lot of people who have this protests in pressure awareness. Yes a few months ago. A group of them shut down a bridge DUB Ridge for fifteen hours a very popular bridge for for commerce and people coming back and forth the United States dates. Yeah and I was really surprised. People think of of immigrants in this situation as these helpless victims sometimes just sort of like the idea that we have but the far from it and more recently when I was talking to Alexandra this man. He's well aware of what. Looks like when people crossover and they look at this camp he knows that local residents see it as an eyesore. He he knows that it's gonNA attract US reporters. Because I think one of the reasons that the ruin in Mexico has been able to expand and continue in part is because it has largely played out away from. US is in most people in the US. Don't understand how it's working versus something like family separation before vary upset. This is something that they don't see. So how does all this social pressure sure and political pressure. How does it impact a family like Brennan Salvador? I mean they went through this awful almost drowning and then they returned to the camp and they had to keep on top of their asylum claim. What happens to that? What kind of family now Britney crossed into the US as an unaccompanied minor? The Dad you know let go I. It's something that's been happening at. The camp increasingly where parents are sending their kids alone and and because they go alone considered unaccompanied minors by the US and they can't send them back under MP doesn't they can apply that to them and so the kids go into government custody and either with a sponsor or or they stay in like some sort of foster care programme Mo- most most go to a sponsor brothers aunts uncles if they're lucky and other parents whose over their cousins but also family friends. Let's who are willing to take responsibility for for these kids so this father and daughter the neither way up from Honduras They've been together in this camp. The daughters almost drowned and then eventually the solution is for the dad to basically push his daughter across the border and hope for the best to them. It's it's a better option to better choice than what they're Darren during the camp here. Here's the question that I kept asking myself reading all of your reporting from the last few months which is when this remain in Mexico policy was announced. The idea was that we'll create a situation that people don't want to be in. We have so many families children coming to the border and and we want them to stop coming so we'll make this as uncomfortable as possible. Have you seen any evidence that people have stopped coming. Yeah the numbers have gone down Border Patrol. They'll go say like this is Success I wanted to do I'll give you an example just four short months ago. Our daily apprehensions were close to five thousand. And today I just looked at it all my screen before left. My office is below seventeen hundred. We have essentially ended catch and release if you come to our order now with the child is no longer an immediate.

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"mexico" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

07:52 min | 10 months ago

"mexico" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

"Take a shower or what have you slept the gun away and then the guy in the white suit zipped off his face on the old guard I tend to everything's fucking game like everything's a joke right like everything I've done stupid sheet lex Shivaji hit my twenties like drunk we didn't doubt that uh I'm telling you might ran me over and he's cob because I stole his car when I was drunk and drove it around and luckily it's a long story but in my head Games I like these things aren't real and then you wake up the next day and go holy Shit I threw a bean through shop front window which I also did know my grandma wants ran me over and uh it's true she not that good of a story but she did she she pulled over pulled up on my foot and you're on my view ran over my foot and she fucking slammed on the brakes with the foot on my on the foot and I was like no don't that's the last thing that I want you to do is wow this morning I want you to keep going like she's like take that pork chop fucking are we'd run in the bar see Iran man so I'm on the ground in the back of the F. One fifty and the two guys that were there started up punching the she'd had basically have family I guess have family so they eighty believe you or why were they punching you that trying to get more adamy cause I was literally hoping this coin fall on your asshole I was just going you got the wrong person family and get someone else look I was literally doing that hit me to the ground and I started punching literally just getting punches and making no reaction at all I went somewhere else it was is crazy or did it not even hurt no it didn't hurt it was more like I'm thinking I felt like I was in a game like a God fucking game honestly us you survived this based on sheer Australian this that's what I'm getting right now do you pity yes no I just feel like I would have died I feel like I would have been my family everybody will pay you anybody who pay you anything please and then they would have just shot me your life in your life today in line at the I don't know wherever you are it's just taking too long and you kind of overreact you stop yourself and say like I can't believe I'm getting mad at this mad at this through got fucking punch by the white suit but I can't help get fucking mad when people are stupid you still but but but that's a great question like how we'll get to the end of the story eventually but how much of the like less like lesson learned I saw my own death and I made it back did you keep with you couch zero zero I'm really I'm telling you I can't keep game in my head like I do think that it actually happened so you weren't like a cancer patient who the doctor called so you don't have cancer you were just like let's go back to Cocos and Bongos now yeah oh it's all you can drink did you know this what day of the trip was this I oh very exciting good question keep like what today to hold kidnapped for something you don't know how long I was kidnapped Oh shit okay in the gun in the mouth at this stage never had that before so gun in math there were no you haven't the join the club twenty six years old at this point so I tasted gunmetal yet I mean that's an old man's game no I've never I've never had a gun in my mouth year old thing to build so they put the gun in your mouth they were gonna be on trying to give it so the next thing I can't remember punching me up for a little while and then be like a script the Mexican guys little we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA be different words that one can we beat that you're meeting is head of the imagery love it love it is there something else so good so they got to have a gun in your they still punching while the guns there may be done a lot of commotion stuff like that so truck stops and then they kicked me out of the the area might not so there's.

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"mexico" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

06:26 min | 10 months ago

"mexico" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

"Is weed and then they pushed me in the back of a truck like a big truck like if one fifty or something like that and it had two bench seats on either side and I'm sitting on the bench seats and we started driving along and sort of coming to them going what's happening this is weird and it looked across and there was a guy across with me in camouflage gear and he had an AK and his hands and then looked at a dozen and then where's your wrestling partner at this point gone got now been separated I do not support the tiny Mexican separation policy at all I've been against it for years suit and he had a hand gun pointed at my head and that's when I kind of went oh this is fucked and and and the tactic and so what does he look like the guy in the suit is he look sign anything because before saying Mexican small who you more scared of a well-dressed guy or a camouflage-clad they're well dressed guy one hundred percent why will I wanna hear your theories and so far he's the guy don't but why is he have a gun to your head shouldn't he have someone else do it for good lead by example hi thanks Ron Breaking bad we know one hundred percent when you said the white suit sent a chill the AK47 guy at least some official is a militant also wearing camouflage pants he's my brother brother relate to that dude a little bit the white suit guy man that is so scary and you did they have the guns inside not nice so I didn't see any of these guys inside or anything all these guys were waiting in the truck not small also there was they weren't actual sweet cocoa bongos abduction team just waiting Allen's like having Tequila if any foreigners wrestle that is our cue or they and they took you extracted you to waiting abductor yet talk radio wristband well this is what I think happened because the guy with the gun to the head he said how much money do you have and I went off and he goes how much money does your family have worse shit and I I remember that comment drunk and you just think you can do things like run away from the police would like jump up a fence higher than you think you can and you always get away with it because you drunk and so in my head if you're the prime minister eating my country but I remember the time thinking okay you're either going to die he you or you're gonNA get your way out of this remember thinking just act like you have no family so I slept the gun away for my head first off and I went short ah for whatever I know what you did last payback I remember thinking the white suit after Labor yeah never thinking if I if I was scared or anything they're going to intimidate me further so I'm just going to act early fine with this and I went man you've got the wrong person known family they all died you should go back and get someone else a structured unbelievable story there area as luck would have I am related and no one on earth what a crane whole incidents I know I know listen I know why you think that I'm a person that would have a family but not aw I would have gone the other direction I've been like so much money they've got all my and my family you kind of flattered that they were like they think I look rich this is where I think it changed in my head because as soon as I spoke and said that they both looked at each other very luck like that like they'd never heard because I'm Australian I was drunk slurring my words I hear slurring her words now I know imagine what the sound in yeah I can't even picture what non-drug Australian sounds like I'm trying to picture the prime ministerial pictures someone who isn't that so they were taken aback by accent I think that would continues right because there's probably did it's probably the racket till the coca bongos team to grab wealthy American tourists and bring him down and we'll shake him up what are the trip advisor reviews likes cocoa bongos literally the worst are on earth I was abduct they always up -ducted Americans but great pores on the drinks curly fries camomile literally die for so they look at each other very strangely and then the guy grabs me and pushes me on the ground in the truck and they both what are you thinking at this point I look at it sounds like bullshit but I went somewhere else in my head and just said you're going to have to completely come so I was so completely calm and inside just going just stamp steakhouse dot com like that and I was on the this is an so if you do that three times in ten years so if you go back to take me home so somehow somehow rain took over this post punching the shark yeah yeah I was fifteen when I slapped the shock when he finds this happened like I'm thinking about myself here and I'm like a wonder if because you like had all these adrenaline pumping experiences like you were able to protocol in place or do you think that's like a human reaction to that level of terror I dunno I'd look up if drinking.

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"mexico" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

23:14 min | 10 months ago

"mexico" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

"From seemingly live that's a really fun way to support me. Natasha and I are headed to Portland Oregon to the helium comedy club the nineteenth through the have now I'm and now there's also wind from like fucking pressurized Kupfer whatever like win coming friends would just run you fat motherfucker run run and I was like I should probably get sober eventually and I'm running and I- running and then finally we run get out of the tunnel and we're like shaking my best friend goes stops me as we come out and he goes way drop the weed and he jumps down into the train track picks up this bag of we and I'm like don't job down and that was probably when we we did smoke after that and it's probably the highest I ever got because I had to drugs coursing through me at once was adrenaline was marijuana advocating a death wow but monty monty Franklin ohi Montes comedian but also you you told me very briefly that you had that you were yeah well let's just start the beginning start at the beginning of your story what you just yeah yeah quote at the beginning I was born in Australia get Outta the way a likely story yeah so what was what were you I've almost been killed like a bunch of really yeah yeah we're GONNA jump suit. Ah abandoned I used to say they stories in my twenties because I had this one my best friend ran me over in his car going full speed ran new the second one was I got shot with a shotgun at the my mites twenty first birthday no and wrestled with me no I'm like I don't like that store shot with a shotgun I just wanted to let the jumpsuit in Australia do you do it in the opposite direction off jumpsuit fact just very Australia alien thing to always be on the verge of debt like Ben Abroad I've seen how you guys behave I have had a shock doc encounter no really yeah yeah I punched a shock once that's and a lot of course tougher when I say it like that then what actually why do you do meekly uh-huh I was sitting so it'd be like the it sounds tough but don't worry it wasn't that masculine beat up short I was sitting the sun had set I'm sitting out there in the surf and that's when Chuck's attacks Jeep had people and I know that and I'm sitting there going go I shouldn't be out here there was one guy attacks stupid people at sunset that's when ought to be fair that could detect literally could mean anyone in the surfin you'll stoop burned your whole country birthday Australia spoon tale country it's fun so I'm sitting there and there's there's an old guy about twenty fade away from me on a long board and a popped up like that big so the shock was like twelve foot was massive and this was my instant reaction I went like that that's why I say it wasn't that tough because I didn't like that it would have been better if you've done a bit of a more masculine something and I slept this shock so when I say I punched it the open hand slapped a shock and said stay away from my family and then and then I paddled in as quick as I could and I realize when I go to the beach left the old guy I know that and it was flat and to this day I have no idea what happened to that old guy not they're not damage you did he died touching or Mansaray oh stingray stingray so okay so you've had many wild experiences but tell us what the best one is the kidnapping Mexico because that's the it's actually both it's got to a point now because it happened when I was twenty five and thirty six now so terms of told this story and now I just think it's just a funny thing in my head but when I I told my mom this you just started crying my sister started crying and I went oh maybe I shouldn't tell to many people that love me about the story so I just wanted to hear once I started crying you slap me ah shark style cartel guys pull up and I just went.

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"mexico" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"mexico" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Don't don't getting a seven the big debate in mexico right now and it looks like that the martino won't play with kind of to out and out striker. This is it the historical score four or is not meant as the guy should now be the top number night between those two even everything you know about how mexico likes to play. Would you really i think would he many because i think right now in his career he's coming into his prime. You're seeing the very best of him and he gives you flexibility. He gives you something different from the mexican national. It does give you hold play which they don't usually look for. Him is okay well so he's just going to hold on. We're going to run them but it's that they mentioned on the game that teach us inqui- why give you and so you may be using. Maybe you don't but it gives you flexibility in the attack and he's a guy that is not he is willing to run from into out. He's willing to run in behind he he can get up for headers he can he can win the physical battle to jedi the load good things and has done a lot of great things for mexico and dan you can see his movement inside eighteen bucks how he frees himself up for that finish of the cross by take over on the right now if we consider where they are in their careers his role humaneness seems to be the guy that should be given the opportunity to be the number one striker good problem to have. I got some good news for you by the way let me tell you. Berhalter coulter doesn't have that problem. Here's another problem. He has another growth but not that problem you see we're whereas who pig pig pig. He doesn't have that he's israeli. Josie don't know what i'm doing. That's scary to absolutely the good news for us. That you are not working tomorrow for me is not working either. We do have reagan.

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"mexico" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"mexico" Discussed on ESPN FC

"You're in that locker urine the preparation for this game you are by definition if not certainly by age but by definition because of your stature as a player. You are one of the leaders in this team. You are reference point so maybe don't leave it until after the game to tell me how you guys play with fear but do something before it happens and address it before it happens because then it's too late. It's too late it's too. It's too late for the gold cup. It's too late for this game and it'll be too late as a distaste. Come by between u._s. and mexico. I just find that it's a reaction that it's is probably one that you would expect if you think of looking for reasons as to why didn't go well and maybe he doesn't see us an excuse. Maybe he's issue simply stayed in the fact that he senses that the team has fear playing mexico and if that's the case if that's indeed the truth then never remind the town this party never mind not play out of the bath. You have a bigger issue at bigger hurdle that you have to get over before you start thinking about playing in the back and and before you start thinking about the talent disparity. I'm very careful to let social media. Tell us where to go in a show but it's overwhelming when you see jesse's artists pop up in the starting lineup the reaction and do you understand why he continues to be called up and not just call up but starting success that he had for gregg berhalter with the columbus ombu screw and but that's a different scenario as a different case. If you're going to be under pressure by mexico then you have to have a player that at the very least is willing to play with his back to goal and hold up play as looks to clear their lines. I'm not sure that justice out of this is that we can say. He's not back right this being run at this point. He's more of a guide that will look to stretch it. A guy that gets the end of things inside eighteen yearbook so if he's not the guy and obviously it's not there then you start looking for options and my guess is that people are not so upset about jesse side of this being in the lineup as much as they are just oh sergeant not being in the lineup. I think you're right and it's not it's not so much a reflection on yes. It's out of this. Hey if this is indeed about developments which is something that gregg berhalter mentioned that they're developing players well what better development for a guy like joe sergeant dan to play against mexico in this scenario so i think the rhetoric and the message that we're getting a one and is different than what we're seeing on the other. The decisions out on the field are not quite matching the rhetoric that we're hearing the press conference. Let's keep it to a striker debate but switched sides to mexico as we check out their player ratings for the match against the united states..

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"mexico" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"mexico" Discussed on ESPN FC

"T._v. One situation he decided that you know what i'm gonna let searching. Let's take it made it into one v one. How many the players in the us national team camp pool. Everybody take everybody those who are here those who aren't here how many players are capable of doing that. Add what take a detour did to genius desk who outside of christian pulisic has that ability no one well. You go and that's exactly my point. They got they can do that to you and guess what he's not. The only because irregular santa comes off the bench and he destroys morale is out of the midfield goes listen. An individual ron has the ability to deliver a real and do now who comes off the bench finishes the chance so when when i say that there's a talent disparity i'm saying individually individually take a detail on heating and you now you talk about the players that weren't even there for mexico a guy who's consistently consistently scoring goals in the premier early so we're talking about a different level of player across the board so when you compare one four one men men for men outside of christian pulisic who out of that united state team can do some of the things i was doing some of the things that they got they got on. I was doing the the movement off the ball inside eating bugs by teddy. Turn on this who does that. What raleigh menace can do what what does out of the midfield who who are those guys on there the u._s. can win playing as a team and in the group as a unit but individually the talent disparity is very clear. Let's take a look at some of those individuals player. Rating the jetsons art is one of the people that a lot of folks are upset to see in the starting lineup include will travel that neither there're covering themselves in christian pulisic did get a seven. I'll always most curious afghan police it comes out and says we still play with fear when we play against mexico accident. Would you make a comment that it surprised me. I'll say well first of all. I would ask christian and i said okay okay. You're in that locker urine the preparation for this game you are by definition if not certainly by age but by definition because of your stature.

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"mexico" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"mexico" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Guys like me. I don't know anything about the game. Can you put it in some context. Why is that happening over and over again. Even when it's not working well the context is that ed gregg berhalter. This is the way he has approach coaching in the past is what he did with the columbus crew and if you watch the columbus crew back in the day when coulter was a coach david do this time and time again and every time i watched the crew. There were moments in which i'm saying oh boy oh boy oh boy because they're about lucille ball in about area. I'm from their turn. Turn it over and what you do so you give goals but when you work with a team on a daily basis as you do with a club team team. I think it's much easier to implement over time then he would be in a short camp with a u._s. National team with ever changing names into the rotation so it's it's difficult to implement is difficult to put out there. The movements have to be very good and when you do when you do it right. It looks great but when you don't then it's an accident waiting to happen disaster. When it is what happened last night against mexico and last night he did not look great no he did so. Should we go to the video. Let's yeah let's break it down and say i'm going to give you perhaps the best sequence passing out of the bag by the united states and give you an example s to it can look good it. Can dan word although this close although this was a moment in which you think okay. We're gonna pass it on the back. Everything is good. Everything's fine. The position is fine. You're going to have a center back receiving the ball in a in an area in which once he received the ball he has options. He can go why he can go into the middle he can go into this area. Everything is good. Life is good. We're we're feeling doing good about ourselves and when you have the numbers that's close that's close but once you break through that pressure now you're one long ball away from being into a one b one situation and we just sat back when he goes wrong it really goes wrong and part of the issue is when you consider what what burkhalter columbus crew and now trying to do with the u._s. national team. This is your rag back. This is reggie cannon. This is your back. This is genius this if if you lose the ball in this area if this triangle that are now the ones that are responsible for for the possession of the ball in transition that the play forward if they lose a ball. This guys are not in position to defend. They're not they're not and what happens. Is you lose it and the reality of the situation as it is. I'm gonna tell you this is a four three four three three four mexican players against the three american defenders this guy's out of play so this is out of play reggie cannon who knows where he is but you can defend his way and had it not been for and miss clear opportunity. Buy tickets is now to nothing for mexico. You think you will learn from you think there would be an adjustment to it not so much because by design once again. Reggie cannon is out of play. This is your left back. How is he supposed to from there if you lose the ball well by design their high and why and that splits centreback. That's another thing to pay attention to because if there's certain exit central banks are gonna split. Look the distance between the two the two all right eventually. You lose the ball because you invite pressure pressure comes. You lose the ball in a bad that area question. How are you going to defend while at this point. You're done.

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"mexico" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

11:45 min | 1 year ago

"mexico" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"Hello this is henry. Gra bar what next is on vacation and they asked me to pick a favorite for an encore. I like this one which is from april pictures. Leon crowds at talking about mexico's immigration policy and how it affects what happens on our southern border. Here's the shell whenever i see a report about immigration these days i keep hearing this phrase breaking point. <hes> <hes> while the southern border is already at a breaking point you've heard and they said the agency has quote arrived at the breaking port that is stretched to breaking breaking point. Sometimes this idea of the breaking point. It's illustrated by these terrible. Images pictures of detained families kept behind some fencing living under a bridge in el paso texas but it turns out this breaking point. It looks remarkably similar on both sides of the border. Well i wanna when the caravan crises <hes> exploded and what i found was <hes> was tragic back. Then clouds rights for sleet hosts trump cast and he grew up in mexico people were gathered these sports complex just a few feet from from the border within a small baseball field that <hes> just a couple of weeks before was was being used for little league baseball land chats and video on a cell phone. It was in tijuana tent after tent. Some of them plopped down in the middle of a playground amigo story in la. Say carbon on the in the corner in there were probably five thousand people gathered they were using portable toilets lining the outfield fence with makeshift showers. The stench was unbearable. People were sleeping under a makeshift tents. They people wanna have moved to <hes> <hes> slightly larger place indoors but they still <hes> are living in very difficult conditions. That's that's the reality of it looks. Liane looks at our immigration debate from a very specific perspective a mexican perspective. He says the u._s. And mexico are just too intertwined not to tackle this breaking breaking point together but the way trump talks about mexico isn't making that job easy. It took him a hundred seconds <hes> and i counted them to begin bashing mexico when he first launched his presidential campaign so it's no surprise if he's still doing it. Recently the president use twitter to provoke the mexican government he proposed shutting down the border completely then proposed putting tariffs on mexican cars kind of the punishment. He said the mexican government is doing nothing to prevent illegal immigration. Has there been any response from the mexican government to none. No surprises me that <hes> the the current mexican government hasn't responded because the new mexican president trump's he would during the campaign he promised he would personally respond to trump's tweets and once in power lopez soda up completely different approach just recently he declared from vision and immigration legitimate. He used the word legitimate. He'll he'll legitimize the trump's nativist if he should immigration and it's remarkable reversal leeann says to understand what's happening on our border. You have to look at both sides of it so today. We're getting examine. Why mexico's government can't can't make up its mind about president trump and what that means for the humanitarian crisis on the border. I'm mary harris. You're listening to what next stay with us. You know we've had donald trump for the last couple of years. Mexico just got a new president in december right. Tell me a little bit about who andres manuel lopez is laura mexico's. New president has been in the country's main political. You're over the last twenty years and ever ever enclosed anglo right under my lobby over his initials he has. That's focused obsessively on <hes> corruption. He has gone back to the idea of fighting corruption time and time again over the last twenty years and finally after the very corrupt government of and recapping any on his third try he won the mexican peasants he on a landslide and eh has been the president of mexico for the last four months on on a an agenda begun progressive agenda but now has morphed into something i'm much more complex and sometimes contradictory on <hes> on a bunch of issues including immigration we go back and explain lane one of the first things that lopez open it or did when he took office was to liberalise immigration policies right yes of of course lopez overall promised he would do a better job protecting potential refugees from mexico's. <hes> previous government what happened before was was was brutal. We've the situation that severely mistreated. Central american immigrants i means since two thousand fourteen mexico had deported more central americans in the the united states. <hes> t international found that sixty nine percent of asylum seekers from central america were never even asked the reason why they had left the country of origin in in the previous administration so so lopez said <hes> listen. I'm gonna make this better and in the beginning he did start offering humanitarian italian visas and promised jobs in mexico for central american immigrants. How did those policies end up. Impacting the flow of migrants north well well these these began very recently has been in power for just over four months now <hes> so in the beginning <hes> the number of central americans very concerned that were deported <hes> fail in mexico but things are moving in the other direction now after the trump administration searched the mexican government to adopt a rather punitive approach. It sounds like he had to shut down. This new program pretty fast because they weren't aren't prepared for how many people would take advantage of it. I think that's true. I think that the the mexican government <hes> has never been prepared for for these crises. The resources needed for dealing with such a such. A humanitarian crises have have never been put in place in mexico. They weren't in place in the previous administration and even less only in the current administration has cut the the budget for the agencies that handle refugees and migration. I'm sure it doesn't come from the same horrible double nativist racist prejudice we've seen washington four for a while now in the white house but in essence the the new the new mexican government is approaching that sort of again punitive approach has offered absolutely no results so the mexican government walked back this policy they had to let more folks in i think partially because of the fear that the surge of people being seen at the border with the u._s. was intertwined with their decision to be more liberal in terms of who they let stay in the country and then in that sort of started to characterize their whole relationship with the u._s. Where even though the president had come in talking really tough about donald trump that seem to change in terms of especially immigration policy certainly lopez over decided that he could who'd maybe a piece trump why i again that that's a fascinating question. Maybe the new mexican president just not interested in foreign policy or maybe he has fallen falling into this sort of nick. Sonian trump has madman trap and now we lose it. Antagonizing trump could endanger their bilateral agenda which includes of course the u._s. m._c._a. The new trade agreement that he's supposed to replace nafta or maybe not beliefs. He actually can outmaneuvered trump through a piece meant. I i believe every single one of these approaches. He's he's guided in any case. <hes> and these for me is dramatic the new mexican prison impasse. I think indeed betrayed what he wants. Promised he has betrayed he's principles on the matter at namely that he would protect immigrant mexican community and and the immigrant community in general he said as much when he campaigned in the united states in two thousand seventeen and we're talking of thirty billion people of mexican origin the united states so that's quite the betrayal. Can you tick off some of the things that the mexican government did to sort of rain in immigration immigration in the last few months like what what else are you sort of seeing. That's alarming tear well recently. I would mention the fact that they agreed to these. Uh uh remaining mexico policy the mexican gordon said y- what he was doing it out of humanitarian reasons but that's decent genius because because if you really trying to protect potential refugees central making refugees then you should allow them to stay in the united states because the place he's where they're seeking safety where they're seeking a new life away from gang violence that places in the united states mexico can't offer for that to pretend otherwise again. He's false. I mean there's some pride in that. There's some pre the you know. I imagine that's hard to admit yes but <hes> since i don't believe in magic and the facts are the facts mexico east dangerous country for immigrants and having dangerous country for immigrants central american immigrants for a long time and they go sometimes to absolute hell when they when they traveled through the country to the united states and and border border cities like the one who got quite as and others <hes> along the border have have proven to be very dangerous for for central american immigrants. I think that <hes> just that fact should be should be more important than than than any matter of pride just a few weeks ago. Lopez oberdorf gave a speech each made it clear he done a complete one eighty when it came to president trump hit promised to battle him tweet for tweet but now can no almost we're not gonna fight anglo says so he he had hilly's rally and he asked the crowd whether or not he should respond to trump and of course most people in the crowd said no this and that and he.

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"mexico" Discussed on FT World Weekly

FT World Weekly

10:25 min | 1 year ago

"mexico" Discussed on FT World Weekly

"The financial times. I'm getting Rochman today, we're looking at US Mexican relations, and the broader context of international trade. The reason for this is President Trump and sudden announcement that he'll impose steadily increasing tariffs on Mexican goods, unless Mexico stops the flow of refugees through its country towards America's southern border. Joining me on the line from Mexico City is our correspondent, Nejib Weber and on the line from Brussels are economics and trade commentator. Alan Beatie, Jude, first of all, how much of a bolt from the blue did this come from Mexico? Did they foresee this now it was a complete surprise? In fact, only foot ninety four the US administration had removed tariffs on steel in aluminium, which has been one of the hurdles to ratifying the new NAFTA pack, the US MCA packs, Mexico had done what it said it was going to do in terms of preparing for ratification by passing some new labor laws. So it was all looking like tariffs were going to be thinking of the past. Then all of a sudden this comes from nowhere. So they were completely blindsided by it. And how are they responding? I'm and ease there, anything they can do they're going to try to piece Donald Trump. They say that they're going to make some proposals. They haven't meeting at the White House chedda by Mike Pence, Pompeo, the foreign secretaries also going to be there. I'm Bob light Heiser, the US trade Representative Mexico as taken a slightly different tack on immigration to pass Mexican government's under president under is Monroe Lopez over they've decided they want to put development. I and to invest in development in the northern triangle, countries Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador so that people who at the moment, the fleeing from poverty, and from crime, basically and dysfunctional government's repression with sort of thing so that they can stay at home, and they don't have to flee, but unfortunately, that's a very, very long term solution. It's not immediate so Mexico once the US to invest in that. But the US wants a much. More immediate solution in terms of more people being turned away at the borders, so we don't get. No, what is going to propose. They have said to me that they willing to work with the US to apply Mexican lose more effectively. But what they don't want is to become a third safe country. That's the sort of jargon from being the country, where migrants have to apply for Silom the first safe country that migrants have to apply for sinema Matt north. So Mexico's drawing the line at that said, there's no way LX at that. And they also won't accept having US border agents on its territory. What am Allah has reportedly said it wouldn't mind beefing up US border personnel on its side of the southern border, but Mexico's said, no. So what's your guests? Do you think this is going to be a long-standing dispute or something, where Mexico can find some kind of compromise? Of course, Donald Trump's on predictable. It's hard to say. But what's currently feel like Bon when negotiating NAFTA? The, the success to after there were, there were several times when Donald Trump was on the brink of writing a letter to withdraw from the agreements, and he was told back from the brink a couple of times, once by his agriculture secretary, for example, who pointed on it just how much damage that would do to states that rely very heavily on agriculture and trade with Mexico. So this foam, and him climbing down from the precipice. There's also for him going ahead with things that people say, there's no justification for, for example, the women still tarps, Mexico and Canada who partners in NAFTA was served with these twenty-five percent tariffs, and Mexico, retaliated. So my guess, at the moment is that, you know, since he's traveling at the moment since the talks today, a going on with other members of the administration, but not the members of the administration who make the decision, the decisions, Roma sleeping made by Donald Trump directly and without too much negotiation with other members of his cabinet money suspicion. Is that at least the? First one will go ahead, and then we'll see. I mean, that's what Donald Trump said in London yesterday. I mean he seems to be leaning towards applying the first one and keeping talking. And then perhaps we'd see a slowdown and not being -cremento tariffs every month through to October on how potentially disruptive this. And how important is the US Mexican economic relationship? The trae between the US and Mexico in itself, isn't going to destroy the economy. The issue here is that you simply contrast, Donald Trump, that, even when you have signed a deal even when you're going through the, the boys purchase a negotiating NAFTA to come up with US MCA nonetheless, he can simply turn tail say, we're going to have completely different unrelated issue, such as migration, you know, there different strains of thought within the Trump administration central gravity like the media is, but lighthizer who's the US TR, who's extremely hard nosed, and has some very strong views about trade. But, you know, it's not sort of eccentric and doesn't randomly suggested slumping on terrorists. Just because something has annoyed him that day. Now when Bob light highs was in charge, or something out. He was the indication of NAFTA, it might be unpleasant, and it might be competent, but Germany gets done. And that is signed, and sealed and legal with something like this, when something like Trump, you all over the place that you have no idea. So essentially everyone has been reminded how much vegetables around US trade policy because everyone has been reminded just wasn't degree of randomness can come from at the top. And of course, this has to be seen in the context of the broader trade wars, that Trump has embarking upon the increase in tariffs to China, and he really is living up to his name of tariff man or self chosen Monica. Yeah. I mean, it does genuinely appear to be the case that he enjoyed tires for their own sake. He apparently genuinely believes cannot be shaken from the belief that's tariff is they fact to eight tax on the trading partner. And the fact that you have imposed on the trading partner means the fact that you have one, now, of course, this has huge implications for those other countries or trading powers at the moment, the EU in Japan who are trying to negotiate bilateral deals with US in order to avoid more times in this case cons being right on the next balls. And they must be thinking, what's the point? What's the point of spending months years, and even to go having to get all on domestic constituencies? Onside having to get the laborious deal of needs to see it overturned on the women. The president and to I mean what is the impact say of the five percent on the Mexican economy and potentially also on American consumers, and then what's the impact of terrorists, do indeed rise steadily? Mexico eighty percent of its exports. Go to the US mostly manufactured goods. And there are very integrated supply chain. So one of the first impacts will be saved the car industry. It's in massive industry in Mexico. So a lot of the car parts crossed the border, multiple times seatbelts example of made and they go to Canada to be died. And then they go somewhere else to become tired, and they come back to Mexico to be stitched. So the crossing the border and back and forth, the Thai food minute, they have to be toxin every crossing. So maybe there would be some convents for those sorts of things, but it could hit the car industry. There are some estimates that suggests that if the tariffs are imposed immediately five percent time, the cost of a car that settled in Mexico, Lexcen, Nissan, Sentra, would go up by fifteen hundred dollars immediately and that could rise to seven thousand five hundred dollars. If the full twenty five percent were applied doesn't the school of thought which suggests that a five percent tariff might. Don't be into the world because actually the exchange rate has adjusted. So the pixel has weakened some exit goes, sort of regaining competitiveness. But I think the general consensus is NAFTA was put in place to provide security in terms of investment predictability insecurity, in this does not completely. So even if the five percent is imposed and then maybe ten percent isn't imposed or five and ten percent of impose, but maybe fifteen cents isn't she still don't know. You've got that sort of sold hunting of you that you don't know what's gonna happen next. So I think it's very, very damaging to the trade relationship, and it could be extremely damaging for both countries economy's in recession, and lack of growth, none of this will help Mexico, which is already struggling in the first quarter economy. Contracted. Jude says potentially this has real deleterious effects on the real economy, but I suppose, maybe Trump has been emboldened by the fact that for the moment, the American economy is growing quite strongly the markets on doing that badly. Kenny take that for granted, there is this likely do you think in the end to feed through reasonably falls into those metrics? He will be paying attention to growth in the stock exchange Well, thinking. the thing is, I mean, if you look at the global economy can take these shock to actual cost border trade without plunging the whole world into recession. More of a concern is the idea that policies completes even them there's a lunatic, and charged with the us economy, and anything could happen in the markets will suddenly started pointing any huge amount, more one of the things, so the markets seem to be taken by surprise each time. Something like this happened quite a big selloff inequities. We suggest that they haven't yet priced in that much risk. So that's a potential channel to which could happen. Uncertainty Jay Powell on the fed Chan said recently that the prospects of a trade dispute could weaken the economy. But you know that's what we've seen so far. We haven't seen a huge amount comes through on the real economy because these things take time to come through. So you see a lot more sort of movement on the markets and short-term things. Dan, you do see a slowing of growth. So it depends what Donald Trump is looking at, you know, supposedly, he's obsessed with the market, supposedly, he's obsessed with the S and P. But it does. Doesn't stop him doing things like this, which damaging to the S and P. So it may be that one day he looks at the and in one day, he doesn't one of the things I think we've learned over the last two years, is that it's very hard. In fact, is impossible to discern a constant reaction, folks knew a constant way, Donald Trump responds to things, you know, he seems to care about different things at different times. So I think if the US went into a really serious recession. Yes, he might ease off on the trade from to bid. But it's one of the things that send you compared to any other administration. No. In many parents in history is extremely Huntington know. Okay, so we'll expect the unexpected. But for now, we'll have to leave it there, sir. Thank you very much detail, and BC and to do Weber. That's it for this week until next week. Goodbye..

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"mexico" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

Vox's The Weeds

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"mexico" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

"But he does not expect like the full Emo vision to come like next week. So he's doing things. And so they talk about you know, how when he was mayor Mexico City. He led this huge revitalization of the central city. And is basically the reason why Mexico City has become a big tourist destination in the way that Cancun and other places had had long been now lots of. Visit Mexico City and that a ton of the money for this was put up by Carlos slim, ultimately, you know, not like a long-term ideological ally of his, but a businessman who could benefit from this thing that he wanted to do and he needed money four and he worked with the central government. That was run by conservatives of the time that he brought in Rudy Giuliani to be like his security consultant while this was happening. Not because they really wanted Rudy Giuliani's advice to the Mexico City police, but because they wanted to make Americans feel like something was happening that was making Mexico City safe wanted to invest in building hotels and come visit. And that. I think it's not a crazy idea. Right. Like what what do white people in America think will make a city safe Rudy Giuliani? Right. And so like, that's what you do. Right. He wasn't like really hung up on the peculiarities of it. It wasn't even it wasn't an ideological thing for him either way. Right. It was something. He was perfectly willing to do to get to what he actually want. And so that very much suggests that if he can get some giant check to deliver development assistance to southern Mexico. Like, yeah. Like he would do a lot right to get a giant check of money. Right. That like every Mexican politician promises that they will do something, but the systematic underdevelopment of southern Mexico, and they don't know they don't have any ideas for how to do this like a ton of American money like that that would help right. And so if you can get that by instead of Mexico paying for a border wall like Mexico puts people intensity indefinitely in the United States pays for an unrelated economic development project. Great, right. Of course, the questions are there. Lots of questions about this on the US side..

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"mexico" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

Monocle 24: The Menu

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"mexico" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

"These griped as this sister of tequila Miskel has in recent years, enjoyed a worldwide, boom in its popularity. But how close to the real thing east drink, you find in bars outside of its home country of Mexico. John Darby is the phone were of seen Gazon MS code bar located in east London. He joined me return Lear to talk about a war Mesko success means for its home country and why the spirit is getting so popular. Now, I'm relatively new to the medical weld having sort of quit my previous career to get into less than a couple of years ago. So I'm no expert on complete history, but it is obvious to anyone that's looking that. There's a lot of new interest in mesh Cal. There's largely brands come into the market with time Nash big industry plans like jazz, yo punter Ricardo down a guy who are kind of industry leaders in yachties, no mess cow. Well, so the big big jinx conglomerates coming in for the first time to the Mexico World. So that's gonna have a big effect. And that's going to be really interesting to see what they do. Those brands that they've bought. Do. Is a good development that international Mertz are looking into Mexico and looking into Mexico's Meskel business probably not, but it's a big subject. I mean for me mess. Kelly is like everything. I mean, I discovered it by accident a couple of years ago and it just really, it's just coincidental. The Zinta discovered a time when it's gaining mater interest around the world, but is sort of takes all of the recent boxes of what's been happening food and drink slow food, farm-to-table autism nor natural product. Now, additives, it's all of those things and has always been this thing. So maybe it's just sort of a perfect storm that people are waking up to what mess Kelly is at a time when those things are important to consumers..

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"mexico" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"mexico" Discussed on Latino USA

"He's three was made in mexico on sunday for the first time in almost a century the country will not be ruled by the same two major incumbent party's leftleaning nationalist candidate under as manuel lopez over was elected as mexico's new president in the landslide victory with fifty three percent of the votes lopez over also known as anglo is taking the rains during a challenging time for mexico there's an ongoing security crisis intensifying battles over trade and migration with the united states and it's a time in which many people in mexico have lost all faith in status quo politics and politicians to talk more about what this historic election means for mexico i'm joined by political analyst denise dresser she joins us from mexico city denise it's taback on the show when the so give us a context here weeks before the elections i'm led the polls by more than twenty points and there's been talk of this being a historic election for mexico he did displays the two traditional parties but why else is this a historic election it's historic because for the first time in mexico's modern history a party extensively up the left will govern its historic because this is the third time that lupus overlord has run he ran back in two thousand and six and argued that fraud was committed against him he ran in two thousand twelve and did not reach the presidency by a long shot and now his third time around he capitalized on the anger that disaffection the discontent with the pierre is rule we had dominant party rule in mexico for seventy one years then we kick the bums out back in two thousand when sent talks was elected say seattle focus cassava and that was hailed as a democratic transition yet over the past eighteen years what we saw was a lot of more of the same we saw corruption we saw impunity we saw structural reforms that benefited the few at the expense of the many and in the last ten years mexico's bloody drug war has lasted over decades a war on drugs that ended up being a war on mexicans as violence continues at popular tourist destinations like cancun and qualcomm over two hundred fifty thousand people who've been killed over thirty four thousand people who are missing and lopez rathers narrative ever since he ran for the presidency back in two thousand six has essentially been the same narrative he is anti elites antiestablishment antistatus cool and reality finally caught up with him the level of corruption in this administration under g keeping and yet though the level of violence the sense of entitlement of elites he captured this he understood this he went from town to town adding fuel to the fire of anger and of resentment and also i think imbuing the population with a sense of hope that change was possible new president for mexico a left wing populist and severe critic of president trump's immigration policies.

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"mexico" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

99 Percent Invisible

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"mexico" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

"I can say i represented black america under proud to be a black man and also won a gold medal mexico's sixty eight also set a new precedent for how governments would use designed to promote their country's image to the international community for better or for worse the sixyear games also left a permanent mark on mexico city's infrastructure mexico city is one of the largest cities in the world it's the largest metropolitan area in north america around four point four million people ride on mexico city's metro system every day including producer claire mullin who visited a couple of months ago and in the metro bomb on the pink line at cuahtemoc an which has in eagle icon mexico's if he's metro is incredibly crowded in very extensive and yet it is often recognized as one of the easiest rail systems to navigate partly because of its iconography lacadelli got which is a big ship it looks like ira chip without the pirates and then we have our said were there are six apples in a free and those icons or their thanks in part to lands wyman the metro was supposed to make his debut during the olympics but excavators kept unearthing ancient architecture in the pat the tracks and the opening was delayed but women was still involved in its design specifically its map he employed the same visual system he developed for the olympics to help international visitors navigate the trains in the olympics we relied on the graphics.

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