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Bloomberg Radio New York
"michael doyle" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The war in Ukraine with professor Michael Doyle of Columbia law school and Columbia school of international and public affairs The United Nations estimates that more than one and a half million people have fled Ukraine since Russia began bombing Some countries Poland Romania I think Slovakia and elsewhere are taking them in Well what's happening is that these deeply unfortunate people are fleeing for their lives to the border And as you say it's quite striking The welcome that they're receiving in the countries you just mentioned Pablo and including Hungary to a certain extent and certainly Romania and others have stepped forward to welcome the refugees That's exactly the right thing to do and they should all deserve commendation for that Over time unless we expect some kind of a quick magical piece and everything gets returned to normal right away or normal that is the independence of Ukraine and peace which I think is very unlikely They're going to be in a protracted situation of having to live outside their home country at the expense of so far generous polls and others And I think it's going to be very important that at least the financial burdens of supporting these refugees a million and a half now who knows how many more are coming Should be shared It should be shared in Europe it should be shared globally The U.S. has announced that we'll be providing $10 billion of support for Ukraine humanitarian and refugee assistance that will probably go through the Congress And a refugee cost roughly €10,000 or so per year So you multiply the figures out and what is talking about a considerable number of billions of dollars that will need to be invested to support them in their asylum in the countries what is now the west So this will be a humanitarian crisis that's not going to go away quickly And it's one that we need to share at least financially So the EU has agreed to grant temporary residents to Ukrainians access to employment social welfare and housing for up to three years Is three years enough and also why hasn't the UK done that That's a good question as you know the Brexit anxieties in the produce Brexit were predominantly driven by immigration concerns in the UK And so they're deeply allergic to all of this I think it speaks well to the EU that they've offered to three years Again I stress that the financial burden needs to be shared beyond the EU budget They can afford it but there's no reason why they should have to pay for it alone This is a global emergency The U.S. and Britain have roles to play The only thing I would say is that the typical refugee in the world today is outside his or her country for more than 18 years And so it's very optimistic to think that in three years this will be resolved It would be wonderful if that's the case but it would require some extremely statesmanlike peacemaking In the very near future and I suspect some very considerable further peddling back of ambitions by mister Putin and some concessions by Ukraine in order to imagine a three year window that would allow the refugees to be able to go back to Ukraine And then of course all the cost of rebuilding Today the past week the level of destruction of the major cities radically escalated and is likely to continue to do so in the next few days The U.S. has given temporary protected status to Ukrainians who are here by March 1st That doesn't seem like very much compared to what other nations are doing Do you think that the U.S. should be doing more Should be taking in Ukrainians Yes we should That is again there'll be many people in asylum in Western Europe Who might prefer to be in the U.S. because of family connections job opportunities et cetera So we too should step up and play our fair share in supporting these refugees And again we can do it both by resettlement that is by issuing visas and permits to bring refugees here at the U.S. As we did way back in 1956 with Hungarians who were quickly moved from Western Europe to the United States And we can provide financial support to assist the Europeans in the temporary integration of these persons into Western Europe The governments the taxpayers we should all step up The people who should really be at the front of the line to pay for these damages that have been inflicted on the Ukrainian people Or mister Putin and the oligarchs that support him And measures are afoot in various places to try to seize not just freeze the wealth that Putin and his fellow oral guards have parked in western banks in Western Europe Canada the United States and further afield Thanks for being on the show As professor Michael Doyle of Columbia law school and Columbia school of international and public affairs coming up state secrets This is Bloomberg The balance of progressive snapshot can save you money based on how you drive and how much.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"michael doyle" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"From Bloomberg radio As Russia's invasion of Ukraine heads toward the two week mark the stakes are escalating Russian president Vladimir Putin said again on Sunday the war will continue until Ukraine accepts his demands and halts resistance Are we in danger of a new Cold War Joining me is Michael Doyle a professor at Columbia law school and Columbia school of international and public affairs Start by telling us about the Cold War and when it ended Well whenever we say the word Cold War everyone in my generation the ones before and the one after of course thinks about the Cold War which is the conflict and the contest between the Soviet Union and the United States the Soviet Union supported by the Warsaw Pact the U.S. by NATO It starts up in 47 and ends roughly with Gorbachev somewhere about 1990 So that's a vehicle more And it's a contest between two superpowers the U.S. the USSR divided by two polar opposite ideologies of communism and capitalism also different political systems of dictatorship and democracy That's sort of vehicle war But what I think we should realize is that there are many other conflicts in international history that are special even if they're not identical And what makes them special is that their contest that are not just over a different interest at stake Who controls that province or this province or who can get the most out of a trade deal and become wealthier There are conflicts about legitimacy Wherein one partner or one state regards the other as in some form or another illegitimate that is that it holds territory that it should not or that its political system is violative of the principles of the rival So I think we need to expand the meanings of Cold War to take into account those conflicts over legitimacy And there are a number of them and the danger is that we may be entering a new one today In which the U.S. and its liberal capitalist democratic allies face off against China and Russia as nationalist autocracies that are also corporatist in their economic orientation And there's a danger of that that's emerging today What would you say the situation between the U.S. and Russia has been for the last let's say two decades I would go back sort of just three decades That is the Cold War ended in 1990 And then there was ten years roughly when Russia was unfortunately in a bit of crisis under president yeltsin economically and politically But nonetheless was verging in a direction of shared universal values as Gorbachev has announced And movements toward elections and democracy and more of a free market And that era was one of very considerable cooperation though not equality in the 1990s Starting around the period of 20 years ago we began to see some deterioration Russia itself experienced failures in democracy very problematic movements moving towards a party that was more hegemonic and less tolerant of dissent At the same time as we saw the emergence of mister Putin a strong man who built a coterie of oligarchs and party officials around himself determined to reverse the losses that the Soviet empire had experienced with its collapse in 1990 And so starting then and then peaking about 2012 the full Putin regime was put in place a regime in which the state controls media controls overall corporate activity and is able to extract rents for it for its cronies And manipulates the elections that do occur such as there's no real accountability and adopts of quite aggressive foreign military policy in places like Georgia Syria and then of course most recently in Ukraine Do you have a theory about why Putin now decided to invade Ukraine and start this war I think it was an opportunity He saw the west that is the NATO allies of being both weak and quite divided increasing dependence upon Russian gas that he thought would deter any united front He just came off a very successful military campaign in which he propped up Assad in Syria and routed those who were trying to overthrow Assad So this is a great deal of confidence on the military side A sense of vulnerability looking into Western Europe which appeared divided to him and he was also I think concerned that mister zelensky the then newly elected president had the capacities for mobilizing Ukraine in a way that made him very far from the kind of clients that he had previously experienced in the Kyiv And so we saw Ukraine slipping away He saw the west disunited and he just come off a very successful military campaign that made him quite confident in the capabilities of his army So it looked like an opportunity to him Are we entering another phase of a Cold War or might it even be worse Because he's threatening to use Russia's nuclear capabilities My own view is that for the past ten years we've been inching towards a Cold War in suspicions cyber war industrial warfare with both Russia and China that have been boiling under the surface for quite a long time We had a little proxy war in Syria which is so to speak the west lost Partly because we had no idea which side we were fighting for frankly We certainly weren't fighting for ISIS which was the major opponent of Assad So that we're in that kind of a different world where we've been edging towards a Cold War I suspect that this will solidify it in very significant ways In the same way that the coup in Czechoslovakia in 1948 and the war in Korea solidified the first Cold War this will solidify not an iron curtain but a very significant disarticulation splitting up of the world a long ideological lines.
The Christian Science Monitor Daily
"michael doyle" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily
"Nineteen ninety s acceptance among ashland's residents of the need for a collective vigilance has grown in tandem with a number scale and intensity of infernos across the region. A strong consensus for practical measures to reduce fire. Risk reflects their clear eyed perspective. That neither magical in game nor even more firefighters will avert pass raphy we try to help residency that their own safety is linked to their neighbors. Safety says brian hendrix the communities coordinator of fire adapted ashland. When everybody does a little a whole lot gets done. The emphasis on collaboration has drawn together the city us forest service and conservation groups to restore the town's watershed. The innovative initiative has enabled the partners to treat thirteen thousand acres of land through prescribe. Earning selective logging and brush clearing. I won't ever say we've got it all figured out says chris chambers the wildfire division chief for the ashland's fire department but there's been a commitment to finding common ground. The story was reported by martin. Coups in ashland oregon for the monitor. The un secretary general was shocked if you expelled. Un humanitarian staff to security council. Didn't act has the world lost its devotion to the responsibility to protect and if so why days after the united nations issued a report on famine in ethiopia's tigray province that faulted government obstruction of aid ethiopian. Prime minister avi off. Med expelled seven. Un humanitarian personnel un secretary general antonio gutierrez expressed shock but security council. Took no action. In fact experts say mr rb is finding he can act with impunity because no power on the international stage has the will or desire to stop him not only have traditional defenders of international human rights tired of intervention say the experts but china and russia have emerged as staunch and influential defenders of government's right to rule over domestic affairs without outside interference. Michael doyle a columbia university professor and former un assistant secretary. General says what's going on with ethiopia is illustrative of two syndromes at work in various forms and with varying intensity in different places around the world. He adds one is about intervention fatigue and a growing sense post afghanistan. That you can't really make things better. So don't get involved and the other looks at china and russia's growing willingness to take sides and declares there's another game in town despots can turn to if they get any kind of trouble from the united states. This story was reported by howard. La- frankie in washington for monitor. Invasive fish species from the red sea threatened the mediterranean scientists fishers and government. Officials are finding ways to mitigate their impact if not turn them into dinner.
"michael doyle" Discussed on WGN Radio
"John Landeck. Er Oh, got any other Keep imitation. The ripoffs. John. Let Becker Animal house so many flying animals in the house. It's a multi story building. Animals at the Brookfield Zoo are getting vaccinated against Covid 19. Doctor, Doctor, Maybe the news. I gotta bad case loving You and Lincoln Park Zoo also has plans to vaccinate. Well, they know Yeah, because you know all of their regular covid 19. Vaccination stuff is being used by humans. It's a swap. The humans will take the horse. Whatever that crap is called that people are injecting in themselves. Some people and we'll leave the actually. What? Covid 19 vaccination to the animals. They got it all worked out. Man. Uh huh. A California man who evacuated his home due to a wildfire said his security camera alerted him to an unusual trespasser taking advantage of a vacant area. Curious bear Now the thing we have lots of stories. About bears walking here bears walking there, but this is slightly different. He wasn't home. Michael Doyle, the owner and his wife were in South Lake Tahoe. He received an alert on his smartphone app from his security camera. How'd you like that? Bear necessities? Uh, bare necessities wouldn't Hey, I'm on vacation. Look at that. Oh, my God. There's a bear. Uh, I think my Amazon packages here. Good. It's the bear. I ordered. Uh, he said, it doesn't appear that the beer got into his house, but he won't be sure. Until he gets home. And now we have a very nice heartwarming story. If you judge the city's heart by how much they're willing to go the extra mile even for it's non human citizens. Arlington, Texas recently proved That they are really bigger. Than the long Star State. Zoe, a 15 year old death lab mix wandered away from her home. And practically the whole community turned out to help find her. Search is reported hearing dog sounds that were But were unable to figure out where they were coming from. And eventually, a water department camera was set up to monitor And find Zoey's condition in a tunnel. Yeah, it did. And it wasn't hurt. Herculean effort to the fire department. The police, the paramedics, the city workers, they did the rescue They use Jack hammers, saws, heavy equipment. Crews working tirelessly in extreme heat for 10 hours. And they got that little dog out of their their dogs Must have been barking after that. That's right. 11 hours. That's right, 11 hours 11 hours. That was Zoe. Adorable footage shows the moment a family of ducks checked out the university library after they waddled in off the street way. Yeah. You know that guy's got a bad attitude. You know that if you're is that anything, you want to just slap him around the leather's. I think it's because he doesn't wear pants. Um More than likely. Okay, So the mother there's a mother and her five ducklings. Stunned the staff and students when they wandered through an open door. At the University of Nottingham's George Green Library. Emma Holford, boozy from University of Nottingham Library said. It has been a very hot week, so we had left our doors open for some extra air movement. The next came in and quote unquote walked around our atrium for a while, Mom and first and ducklings in the line behind. Mom was totally common. Unflustered. Yeah. Press you, my friend. That's not disco duck is that it is a man. Um.
Sekeres & Price Show
"michael doyle" Discussed on Sekeres & Price Show
"That's what the positioning has been. It's all about game experience. The thing that makes this a very interesting move at least to me is the success. The numbers that trent carroll and the existing front office had been able to achieve in terms of You know season ticket renewals Sponsorship renewables You know they were really trending in the right direction This is a change that obviously Is coming from the top because they they did feel that The needed a different A skill set at the top to accomplish their their their objectives. but typically. you don't have this kind of move When you have the kinds of numbers that the current business operations team has done. The last thing i'll say about this is and i'm sure that francesco cleaning the actual any family. No this certainly michael doyle knows this. And that's why it is an advantage that he's an insider as opposed to being parachuted from From outside but you don't wanna keep on changing your leadership like you change your underwear This is the third change at the top of business operations since victor to bonus left the organization. you've had a jeff steinbeck trent carroll michael doyle You certainly want to make sure that there's some stability here And this is a long-term fit It's it's that's the thing that the connects. You gotta be careful here. Is the more you change like that. The more you have a reputation and could could a low ceiling on the kind of talent that they're able they're being able to attract down the road having said that there's massive opportunities here to come out of the copa nineteen pandemic. The abbotsford connects is an exciting new project. And they're gonna have their work cut out for them to make sure that you know fans not only Are coming back for the right deals. In terms of ticket prices the coming back to his safe experience. And that's why. I think you'd expect economics and michael doyle to be announcing some kind of Vaccination passed as well in the coming weeks. We had rob maloney of the abbotsford canucks on the show earlier this week tom and needless to say he is a very experienced business. Hand in the american hockey league having set up the belleville senators but also worked for the for the firm teams of the jets. Canadians and toronto. Maple leafs i think they're going to be a tremendous success as a novelty. You're one in abbotsford and the fraser valley. But i'd like your take. I'd also like your take In terms of how much lower mainland. You think they're going to be able to attract there in abbotsford..
Sekeres & Price Show
"michael doyle" Discussed on Sekeres & Price Show
"Players in beijing at the olympic even though they even are playing on north american rinks using for the tournament. Gretzky helping the chinese ice hockey federation like at one point. There was a pretty big push here rights to get into that chinese market and for china to a bigger part of ice hockey conches went over. Taxing kings. went over there for brand history repeats itself time and time and time again through the nineteen nineties. How many times do we go to japan to try to make sure i mean. Wha- heck remember. That's where that's where. Trevor linden lost. His captaincy was in tokyo from mark messier. We don't we. And i was part of a lot of that stuff at hockey night because we we ended up taken. I think. Six different teams Over four years to tokyo in in advance of of nagano to try to make sure the japanese understood hockey Just before we leave the olympic discussion. Because i do wanna ask you. 'bout mike lang and then i do want to ask you what you're hearing on the canucks And particularly michael doyle The new head of Bis on the business side but we have a listener here. Todd who wants to know with all your experience. John says ask john was. Cbc sports wrong and it's a conglomerate but cbc okay Cbc sports wrong to cut away for medal ceremonies prior to the anthems except for canada where canada one goal. That seemed like they were trying to shoehorn in another commercial. Instead of getting great pictures of watching our athletes watched the maple leaf for is okay. So that's a really really interesting question. But he here's what i can tell you i. I watched all those medal ceremonies. I watched everything. I i lived on the app. I lived yep so and godless scott russell because as a friend and be a great broadcaster and i thought he did a marvelous job in the primetime show but he was really the only cbc face that.
The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"michael doyle" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Horse racing radio dot net. That's a star studded lineup. Now well anytime. Jude veld's involved. It's a star studded lineup. But you're right. It is and i'll tell you what when there's good racing out there. It kind of lens toward their being star studded lineup. Yep that's what happened. The the big names the big guns come crawling come crawling out of woodwork crawling out. All right let's head back up to woodbine. Let's wrap this Abo- on his baby race number seven. It would mind Rate three vigil six furlongs on the all weather super stonehenge. Jacques cartier degree three last time over one. Only pink. pink. Floyd is back nine year old yelling. Twenty six for thirty three in his life. They all come over. The all weather would mind reading. Like go makes his first start trainer. Michael doyle shipping north embolden off. The claim gonna try the all weather for the first time it's so hard to handicap these races and not pick pink floyd but i got a bad feeling volley. I think maybe Maybe follow time has finally caught up. He's on the other side of the mountain. Is what we're saying with pink. Loyd i would think so. I think it's possible. I picked super stonehenge against him last time. In the cartier. I'm gonna pick superstorm hedge against him and everyone else in the vigil once again on sunday He's just been great in his seven tries on the synthetic surface at woodbine. Three wins three. Second place finishes. He drubbed pink. Lloyd and everyone else last time stalking the pace winning going away that he's going to get the same type of trip maybe stalking. Not so quiet. Even green light go can show speed. I think super stonehenge sits right behind for patrick husbands. He pushes the button at the quarter pole. And they're gone. It sounds so easy. Trevor as trevor denman would say. Put your binoculars down. Gobi first in line to collect wow. Ibm you'll different. I think it's going to be a little different tomorrow on sunday. I no I'm going to assume somebody is going to press. Superstar superstar estimate the lead onset on sunday. Think that's the problem. I don't see the target. You don't think go. I don't see the target no. I don't think that's quiets fast enough to go. I think superstar engines fasten them. So that's the problem. Which is why. I'm going to go back to the pink. Lloyd one more time. I'm given pink. Lloyd one more chance hopefully needed to knock the rust off last time. Didn't have the cleanest trip. I'm going to try and one more time hoping that he's able to exploit the fact that superstorm hand. You may have to do all the dirty work on sunday. So in the vigil. I'm taking the good old boy. pink lloyd. one more time goes race number. Seventy eight is the oaks mile and an eighth much. Better chance of getting a queen's plate runaround of this than you out of that The trial i'll tell you that and this is for the phillies It's only at the mile and this also goes with the mile and an eighth. I should say so a nice way to prep for that mile. And a quarter of the queen's plate Is a good race. Yeah and these phillies are every bit as talented as as the colts geldings in the plate trial earlier if not more so I don't know what price is going to be in this race is head scratcher for me. I went to number three. Miss marie for Rita hayes and david moran. She's been basically thirty. Two one in both of her career start so they didn't think that the betters didn't think much of her. Maybe it's the fact that the connections are not high profile connections there and don't run a lotta horses miss. Marie debuted at six furlongs. She did nothing. She came back at a mile and a sixteenth not expected to do anything and she flew home late to get up in the final jump or two. I think that effort is good enough to win this race on sunday. Maybe she'll be even better just third starter career second time going long. I know that she's not going to be twenty nine to one like she was last time and she's also come back to work fast since that race. So maybe maybe they figured something out with the daughter of carpet diem. I don't know if i i was impressed with the way. She searched that home in that last race. And i think she'll have no problem going the mylan. Let's see miss. Marie can beat winners. Actually pulled pager jude. All-star studies like take the millions against the The winter's the big fat that so. I thought this. Marie could win off the mayor race. No question.
The Big Story
"michael doyle" Discussed on The Big Story
"Future of money is this kind of stuff technologies like bitcoin and its underlying framework. The blockchain going to fundamentally we've themselves into the fabric of our society think about a world without a on the transfer of value between people. My big thing with block chain is it can. It can literally overthrow american china russia. I only know two things about cryptocurrency number one. I know some kinds of it are really bad for the environment and number two. I know that. I don't know enough about it to trust it. But cryptocurrency is not even the same thing as digital currency. Though i guess you could call the two. Competitors digital currency is being rolled out right now and countries around the world and our own bank of canada is busy trying to figure out what digital wallet for canadians with look like and what sort of digital looney would go inside it and regardless of my unease about the future of money and maybe yours to this is happening. It's just a question of when so what is digital currents and what makes it different from bitcoin and other cryptos. How different is this. From my banks where i already pay my bills and access my accounts. Why is the switch to digital currency becoming more and more urgent and what happens if the bank of canada is too slow and someone else gets there first jordan. Heath rawlings is the big story. Michael doyle is a freelance reporter and journalist based in toronto who examined the future of money in canada for the globe in mail. Hi michael jordan. Can you start us off. Just because it's such a useful way to think about this. At least i found it useful by telling us the story of money on the island of yap certainly Yup is a tiny island. That is now part of micronesia in the south pacific and for hundreds of years. They had a very unusual form of currency and that was these gigantic limestone rocks and the bigger they were the more valuable they were and also of course the bigger they were the more difficult they were to actually physically exchange with each other so over time they Just left the rocks where they were and In order for them to figure out who owned which rock which note of currency for lack of better term. They created basically a form of a ledger. And in the form of an oral history of who owned each rock and how the rocks transacted from person to person on the island and so that's how they effectively did business. That's how they exchanged Goods and services for hundreds of years. Now tell me how that relates to wear. Our use of money is heading certainly It's actually a really great analogy. Because in one example it sort of captures a snapshot of what money has been for hundreds if not thousands of years since the since we came up with the idea of money however long ago that was And at the same time it also short sort of shows us where technology is going to change money in the near future so the question of what money is a really weird thing. it's kind of like a philosophical rabbit hole. You go down but at it. Sort of core form money is trust right. It's him This way for us to trust each other by creating this commonly shared value and so the app stone became the sort of mode of trust for this For the islanders of yep but also because they used something similar to today's distributed ledger technology. That you hear about with a crypto currencies they offloaded that trust onto this shared idea or shared knowledge base An every single person on the island new who owned water who who had authority who had ownership over over each token and. That's not dissimilar to say bitcoin today And i mean the other thing that struck me about it is. You didn't have to be carrying around the stones to have it understood that they belong to you in in. That was your money. Which kind of brings me to the way. We understand even if not bitcoin digital cash. Because i was thinking about this the other day. When i read your piece. I don't think i've touched cash. More than twice. Since the beginning of the pandemic and i i don't think i'm alone either. Yeah and It's actually one of the reasons why i started thinking about this. And it's certainly one of the reasons why institutions like the bank of canada and other Central banks around the world have really started to think about this. Since the onset of the pandemic i been something that's been discussed for a number of years. The bank of canada has been researching Digitizing the loony for the better part of ten years i in my reporting but the pandemic has accelerated. There's some some people i spoke with. Two three years other said five years that the decline of the use of physical cash has has been obviously as aspirated by The pressures of the pandemic in the first months it was the fears that Covid would be transferred through the polymer notes that we use in canada and then subsequently. It's just something that we've gotten used to. You know you think about how you transact on a daily basis. It's mostly online now. I think that's not probably going to go away after the pandemic and even physical businesses have become. You know really accustomed to in a sort of got their their technology game Leveled up over the last fifteen or sixteen months. So when you say. The bank of canada is working on how to digitize the looney. My first question is what does that actually mean. And how is it different from me looking in my bank account and seeing i have ax number of loonies in their the one thing. We have to take into consideration. It's something that. I don't think many of us probably think about very often is that the percentage of actual physical cash. That's out there in. The world is actually quite small and candidates less than five percent of all of our wealth in this country of all the money or the kind of the idea of money that moves around everything. It's an bank accounts and that we have in our pockets and savings and so on and so forth less than five percent of that is actual physical cash. The rest of it for the most part is in terms of Deposits within Commercial banks when we think about banks. We don't really think about the bank of canada. The central bank. That's responsible for our banknotes but we think about commercial banks the big six banks in canada your royal bank scotiabank et cetera. So this concept would be radically different. Because in effect it would be the bank of canada resting back a little. Bit of control over Over currency in the country and it would it would be this big evolution or revolution in finance in our country. because i think it would actually Allow for your average canadian more access or more interaction with a digitised version of physical cash. And we can get into how that is in in a second but certainly it's kind of a scary prospect for commercial banks. What would that look like if the bank of canada decided to do that. And i guess. I'm trying to understand it a bit more deeply but also you know. Do they have people designing this digital looney Would there be a picture attached to it. I know him asking dumb questions.
The Big Story
What Does the Future of Money Look Like?
"Jordan. Heath rawlings is the big story. Michael doyle is a freelance reporter and journalist based in toronto who examined the future of money in canada for the globe in mail. Hi michael jordan. Can you start us off. Just because it's such a useful way to think about this. At least i found it useful by telling us the story of money on the island of yap certainly Yup is a tiny island. That is now part of micronesia in the south pacific and for hundreds of years. They had a very unusual form of currency and that was these gigantic limestone rocks and the bigger they were the more valuable they were and also of course the bigger they were the more difficult they were to actually physically exchange with each other so over time they Just left the rocks where they were and In order for them to figure out who owned which rock which note of currency for lack of better term. They created basically a form of a ledger. And in the form of an oral history of who owned each rock and how the rocks transacted from person to person on the island and so that's how they effectively did business. That's how they exchanged Goods and services for hundreds of years. Now tell me how that relates to wear. Our use of money is heading certainly It's actually a really great analogy. Because in one example it sort of captures a snapshot of what money has been for hundreds if not thousands of years since the since we came up with the idea of money however long ago that was And at the same time it also short sort of shows us where technology is going to change money in the near future so the question of what money is a really weird thing. it's kind of like a philosophical rabbit hole. You go down but at it. Sort of core form money is
Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"michael doyle" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Has changed. I'm steve rappoport fox. News president biden in his first news. Conference saying the surge of migrants at the border is nothing new especially at this time of year as many people came twenty eight percent increase in children to the border in mind ministration. Thirty one percent in the last year of in two thousand nineteen before the pandemic in the administration. It happens every single solitaire year. There is a significant increase number of people coming into the mortar in the winter months. Republicans call the situation a crisis. Senator ted cruz telling fox news. He will lead a group of about twenty senators visiting the border tomorrow. Going to the facilities. Where meeting with the border patrol. Where meeting with border patrol union. Who i know very well We're going to inspect the those facilities and see them directly. The white house calls the border issue. A challenge and says former president trump's immigration policies are partly to blame senate. Democrats promised to take up big bolt legislation next month. Majority leader chuck schumer. Says they will take up a wide range of issues back by president biden including election reform legislation a gun violence response and infrastructure investments. I believe that bid. Big bold action is an imperative. We must get that done but schumer stopped short of endorsing elimination of the sixty vote threshold needed to advance legislation as i've said before everything. Everything is on the table so far proposals to enhance background checks and add requirements for voting access. Also lack consensus among democrats raising questions of success in the fifty fifty divided. Senate fox's jared halpern. The gunman suspected of killing ten people at a colorado supermarket makes his first court appearance ahmad. Louis alissa did not speak other than to say. Yes to a question from the judge. The twenty one year old remains held without bail. America is listening to fox news. 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"michael doyle" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Five year. old gelding last judgement. And also there's jungle fighter That carrie raven sends out last seen woodbine last With michael doyle going back to last year. This is a five year old. Now gelding gelded over. The winter lightly raced five year old by animal kingdom so whoever in the racing office had to beat the bushes. You did okay. This is an interesting race. It goes fairly early on the card to eighteen post for the great three challenger As part of this this tampa card and then to round things out new york the gotham nice group and everybody that was expected turned up. led by highly motivated certainly Three year old debut lasting on the breeders cup undercard winning the nyquist and chad. And seth clark this is back. This is the clermont home to that was bought back and capital cain and capital gains presence. I think people are going to gloss over him after the withers but he ran fine. The withers and cuts back to the one turn mile configuration. Where you know. He was so successful in the jerome. So capital kane. I may be may. I'm not gonna slip through the cracks. But i think he could be. I think he could be A little of the value baffert of course with fighter. He's going to get these classes. That here bringing in a string of bullets jimmy jerkins with chiefs woods home-bred way burn draws the outside n-. There's no there's no post issues with this One turn mile at the big. A chat ended up entering another horse. Crowded trade and Maiden winner the end of january also clarify which this was. This was that The one out of that jumpstart mayor maud s The more than ready cold and then kimmel with the reds and pletcher with atlantic road for starlight the fun fund group. The tom fool got nice. set a six in the tomfool. The butcher and the heavenly prize so nice And you might have seen yesterday. Wants tampa wants tampa got their draw in. You might have seen the. I put together. Put out the cross country. Pick five on steaks cross country. Pick five that is going to essentially be run in like an minutes post time. Four twenty five and the next. The bottom posed is five twenty five. So this'll be really fun. The hillsborough the heavenly prize. The florida oaks. The gotham and the tampa bay derby makes up the fifteen percents takeout retail. Only naira bets cross country picnic tomorrow tomorrow. Either one of the things. I think you're going to have to really do is figure out how you want to attack the day And and certainly and i got some contests we gotta get some contest conversation. And because It's a big contest. Saturday including the first free contest from the anti. Ira five seats free. No don't nothing other than being other than being tour member So the first of the four free contests five seats on saturday and we'll watch for the for the race choices and expressed bats got the ultimate betting challenge on saturday Plenty of opportunity there and naira with the gothic challenge. So we'll get all those details in. And i should also mention. I did have an exchange with jim goodman this week. He's he he's basically Had a little little vacation. I think jim getting a little sun and fun in a while he can and He opens up the registration for the grade. One gamble opens tomorrow and there is an jim. Jim said. let me that really should look because i think. Jim said he would be available today or tomorrow. And.
"michael doyle" Discussed on KQED Radio
"He was born in Syria and fled to Newfoundland with his siblings and mom to escape the country. Civil war it come on Humans. Mom document says She didn't expect her son pick up the sport. But before long, Yaman started asking to join the local league. Just one small problem. He didn't know how to skate and he didn't have any gear, which is where local coach Michael Doyle enters the story he heard about Yaman grabbed a pair of kids ice skates and took him to a nearby rink. All right. Take on that way. A short clip from that day shows Yaman wobbling a little bit I fall and the whole thing I didn't love it. But he showed promise and wanted to keep at it. Coach. Doyle told CBC News that he took to Twitter to see if anyone had extra skates or pads for the boy. Within 20 minutes, gear started showing up at his door. People were just amazing. Like the community just came together. And it was nothing like I've ever experienced or ever expected to happen. Happens with gear and hand. Yaman didn't waste any time He joined a local team and started practicing soon. He could keep up with the rest of them. No, I'm good. I can't skate hard on. I didn't fall. I can't have go Germans. Mom, Fatima says she's thankful for the help from her new Canadian neighbors Trust Ali would have been no 10 minutes. And you have a little hokey. Yaman wakes up early to practice 6 A.m., she says, and he really loves the sport. He's also made a bunch of friends on the ice, including two other Syrian refugee Children of reach and Anna's. Coach Doyle helped them to gather gear and sign up for the team. This story of refugees finding empowerment and community through sports isn't unique to Canadian hockey sport is a tool that can help Sascha Vanity teach drama heads up the International Sports and Culture Association, or ISTA. They work in 90 countries to help refugees of all ages integrate into communities through local sports. Kennedy teach, Talmud says sports can.