29 Burst results for "Mirko"

What Pokémon Are You Based on Your Birthday?

The Polygon Show

02:39 min | 1 year ago

What Pokémon Are You Based on Your Birthday?

"Wanna talk about this birthday. Thing that allegra found yeah i meant open the show with it and i was gonna talk about it but then we did that and now i'm going to talk about it. Allegra are you found on twitter. I did this beautiful thing from <hes> tweet tweet user great macau and it is a calendar of the year with pokemon. Come on for each day of the year birthday pokemon. It looks like it looks like this calendar only cover of condo through hoan which her jen's one controvercial yes so i already take issue in that <hes>. I'm not exactly sure how it's part i. I don't know if it's i think it might just be one through three lisa five. Maybe that's why oh yeah so. I guess whatever your birthday that make sense or response to the number of folks on a number of days. It does that mean. If i was one day earlier. It would have had a better poke him on yes. I mean yes show with your pokemon. Goal doug gold chelsea's were they as july seventeenth and that corresponds to golda now looking again <hes> and my birthday is december third. Wait july seventeenth. No year actually mirko chelsea elsie. That's horrible. I hate mirko. Oh okay so you would have been happier with mold. I just keep catching macos and pokemon. Oh come on go and i'm like your ugly little witch hat. I guess that's a little which honestly not tell you like that that picture. It's so freaking small. If i had been one day earlier i would have had hombre on which is a much all dang that <hes> my birthday this december third and that is luna tone on the calendar. I wanna luna tone so badly. I don't know how i feel about it. I don't know i mean luna tone and soul rock there the sun and the moon poke them on. They're just not cute not that. I should be acute. Poke them on. I don't know i feel like everyone wants to be at ebay lucia yes. Why wouldn't you want to be an evolution. That's like the best one fourth starter something i mean. Luna tone is is better than you know. I mean this really favors early birthdays 'cause if you have your birthdays a few months year you get a gen one pokemon and if you're like january yeah i use frequent bulbous or you blessings well. I suffered my own disappointment because i also mis read the calendar and i thought i was looted colo solo but actually i'm a long way move the worst version. Oh i was so excited and luda

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"mirko" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"mirko" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"This article this analysis by Justin as Piaggio in the Miami Herald says the belief in democratic destiny is dead among Florida, Democrats. Crushed in November by Victoria's Trump back candidates who more than reversed. His twenty sixteen losses among sunshine state Hispanics. So, of course, Florida's crucial by the president came here and had this extraordinary, do you know, I had I made the mistake of seeing a clip last night of the view. I don't even I don't even I don't even rent my brain anymore around thinking these women are serious. They're all cartoon characters joi bay heart. What first of all, I don't know why she's wearing sunglasses. Maybe she had ice surgery or I hope she's not ill or something. Joy Behar the comic who's, like, the, the glue of that show. She's the bright in the middle there. And you got Whoopi. On one end you got Megan McCain on the other couple of weird things. I got sucked into the internet last night. I was up all night. I didn't sleep at all. I was watching stuff Angela Angela Merckel. Did you see her at some event, and she's that woman's got some health problems? Remember when Hillary collapsed outside her limo in lower Manhattan, and they lied and said she was overcome by the heat, and it was not hot. That day was real cool will under the Merckel was at some ceremony. It's online. It's really scary. She starts trembling and like she's got she's almost like a seizure, and I felt so sorry for the guy standing next year, he's looking over like what the heck's wrong with you and her arms are, are flailing, and she's Engel Mirko Germany's Angela Merkel, I think is sick. She's got something. You could find that video guys, maybe we'll pop up on the livestream. It Mike online dot com or townhall dot com. Townhall TV. Anyway. Megan McCain, who hates Trump, but it's still trying to defend the Republicans to some degree points out the big crowd in Orlando. To you joy Behar, and she was serious said that they bust, all those people in, they bust, all those people in. Hey, ding bet that'd be a lot of buses. That's more buses than your little ding bat, brain could ever wrap itself around. The White House is meeting as we speak about the Iranian situation, will the president. Order a strike. My prediction, one of the oil refineries. We're gonna watch that continue this conversation on a breaking news Thursday. Stay with us. The Mike Gallagher show continues. Pain is the number.

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Germany's Political Establishment Looks Fragile After E.U. Vote

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

01:27 min | 1 year ago

Germany's Political Establishment Looks Fragile After E.U. Vote

"The German government coalition looking potentially to be fracturing. What does Brussels, make of the new woes morning? I win the very shaky weekend freshman that needs to now that the German socialists are, obviously, in a very tough spot that has repercussions for this grand coalition in Germany, and also for Mirko and her future. And from European perspective, does, is very worrying because she's been at the forefront, have not determined politics, but also European politics for almost fifteen years, and taking take, how does is eight time or at the European Union has many threats has many challenges from trade to its own domestic issues and. Also in the Mets have negotiation to revamp and reshuffle every big European job from the European Commission to the European Central Bank, which is key for investors. Mario Draghi has to leave by the end of Tober. So it's not just a shaky time for your German politics. But also for Europe and has many, many bay repercussions. I think that today, it's unlikely to European Commission what way does because they still treat it as a domestic story, but many would be worried here. And in Brussels. Yeah, this is, of course, off the lead of the social Democrats. Enter Knowle's, who is a junior coalition partner, the social Democrats as she resigned unexpectedly saying that she lost the support of her

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"mirko" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"mirko" Discussed on 710 WOR

"We're here from six in the morning till six at night treating people like you or your loved ones, your neighbors or friends or the person down the street who needs care who doesn't want their armor, their armpit cutoff or their breast or their tongue or their long or their pancreas. So their bladder the prostate rectum, this is the work that we do every. The day. So for this band with the Mirko cell cancer. His armpit just like skin cancers around the nose and eyes and mouth and ears invisible. Treatments few treatments, but highly successful for the patient who just does not wanna have radical surgery and his armpit or her armpit our nose toes or ears. We see so many people with skin cancers primary usually in the face area. Usually, even now, we treat so many patients with cancers around the nose and cheek and ear of a woman who comes in. She's a flight attendant for one of the big airlines and she comes in her uniform. She comes from the airport takes a train right from the airport tour office gets a treatment. It takes the train back to the airport and gets on a plane and flies out. So tells you how easy it is. And how well tolerated it is. And her cancers melting away as retreating which right now a musician with a cancer on his right cheek a big cancer of his skin over the cheek going to the nose and eyes. And as returning him, the cancer is going away. It's visibly going away. And another man we treated last night cancer of the right knows basal cell and squamous cells going away.

Qatar to aid Turkey, lira rallies, U.S. rejects lifting tariffs

Global News Podcast

02:47 min | 2 years ago

Qatar to aid Turkey, lira rallies, U.S. rejects lifting tariffs

"I asked the BBC's, Celine Garrett in Istanbul about the mood across Turkey and which goods are affected? Well, this morning Turkey, double tariffs on some US imports and including cars, alcohol, tobacco cosmetics, slice and called a decree was signed by presidents at type our Don. And for instance, the tariffs on passenger cars are was doubled to one hundred and twenty percent on alcoholic drinks to one hundred forty percent. Sent and on tobacco to sixty percent. The vice president took this on Twitter and he said, this step was taken under the principle of reciprocity in response to US administrations, deliberate attacks on Turkish economy that is a feeling shared across Turkey amongst the pro government people, government supporters that Turkish economy is targeted, and there should be a response and the government is acting in line with that. Having said that these terrorists will not actually have a very serious impact. The United States is the fourth largest source of imports. Turkey, it accounts, twelve billion dollars of imports. However, these particular tariffs will be targeting only a small small ratio of that, and this will rather be very symbolic. Of course, Turkish government is trying to put on a brave face. Your symbolic may be, but what do people in Turkey make of all this? Well, there is this. Atmosphere of a tense cautiousness in Turkey. Last Friday, the Turkish lira the local currency had seen a record, low lost twenty percent overnight. And we're talking about a currency that already had lost forty percent of its value since the beginning of the year. But early this week, the central Bank intervened and the lira gained some ground after dot and the Turkish government is saying that the steps taken by the central men central Bank show that they are on the right path. LeRoy is declining. It has actually rallied this morning as well after a Turkish at a Turkish court decided to release to Greek soldiers. So Turkey is causing up to its European neighbours, Germany, Greece, France, et cetera. There will be talks held with Mirko mccrone and our dawn, for instance, today and tomorrow and Turkey wants to show that it has alternatives and the people in Turkey want to see that we cannot talk about a panic atmosphere in Turkey. But every now and then when someone passes by an exchange office, you see a worried face where is the dollar standing now, whereas the lira standing now. But having said that this morning lira has rallied, we're talking about lira standing at six against the dollar. Whereas two days ago, it was above seven

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Nevada execution blocked after drugmaker protests use of its sedative

All Things Considered

04:37 min | 2 years ago

Nevada execution blocked after drugmaker protests use of its sedative

"Live from npr news in washington i'm deal willman president trump and german chancellor angela merkel held bilateral talks today during the nato gathering in brussels speaking through an interpreter mirko said she was grateful for discussions with trump let me say that i'm a very seasoned jazz for the exchanges us at indeed community to have an exchange about economic on pursue such as migration and also the future of a chafee nations earlier in the day trump blasted germany for its joint natural gas line venture with russia's saying merkel's government is captive to that country a nevada judge has delayed an execution because the drug maker has objected to one of its products being used as part of the lethal injection npr's aina jaffe reports that scott raymond dosier was scheduled to be executed tonight in the northern nevada town of ille if the decision holds this would be the first time that an execution has been halted because of a successful lawsuit by drugmaker alvin said it didn't want it sedatives my dazzle them to be used in a quote botched execution the company also claimed that the state of nevada had obtained the drug under false pretenses drug company sandoz has also objected to nevada using one of their drugs in executions that has not formerly joined the lawsuit fortysevenyearold scott raymond dosier has said he'd rather die than live in prison and that he doesn't mind zach is painful he was convicted of murdering and dismembering twenty two year old jeremiah miller who'd come to a las vegas motel to purchase ingredients for manufacturing methamphetamine either jaffe npr news the celebrations have begun in croatia following that country's come from behind to two one win over england in the world cup semifinal croatia was behind one nil until the sixty eighth minute and the go ahead goal came in the one hundred ninth minute with stocks the dow jones industrial average closed down two hundred nineteen points the nasdaq also was down forty two this is npr and you're listening to wnyc i'm jamie floyd wnyc has learned to young migrant children separated from their parents at the border were successfully reunited with their families here in new york wnyc's beth fertig has more sources and city government say immigration and customs enforcement brought to father to new york on tuesday to reunite them with their young sons that was the deadline set by a federal judge in california for the trump administration to reunite kids under the age of five with their parents the two families were received by lutheran social services and catholic guardian services hundreds of migrant children in new york were separated from their families after illegally crossing the border but government officials say they don't know how many are under the age of five federal officials did not respond to requests for more information about the children tune into the brian lehrer show tomorrow morning at ten for the latest on the trump administration's family separation policy and how it's playing out here in new york jersey city's mayor wants officials to scrap a contract to detain immigrants at the hudson county jail this in response to wnyc's report that the recently expired contract with isis close to renewal wnyc's matt katz reports steve full of is the mayor of one of the most diverse cities in the nation and the largest and democratic controlled hudson county he says if you oppose president trump's immigration agenda you can't jail the immigrants victimized by most if not all of the elected officials here speak to the fact that we don't support the trump policy but in actuality when you look at what they're doing they're actually doing something that opposite what they're saying essex in bergen county's also contract with ice the gel immigrants the three counties are paid six million dollars a month and mayor de blasio is denying allegations that he violated immigration laws when crossing the border during a visit near el paso last month the claims are outlined in a letter from us customs and border protection which was obtained by a p de blasio joined about twenty other mayors from across the country at the border to visit a holding facility for immigrant children he was denied entry he and his security detail went into mexico and then crossed into the us to get a view of the facility the letter was sent june twenty fifth to the nypd who runs the blasios security detail a spokesperson for the mayor says the group did nothing illegal tonight isolated showers and thunderstorms currently seventy seven degrees in central park at.

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Maury Povich, Two Hundred Billion Dollars and Two Weeks discussed on KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

02:39 min | 2 years ago

Maury Povich, Two Hundred Billion Dollars and Two Weeks discussed on KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

"We said maury povich down to the border i mean if anybody going to start doing dna tests on these children and these parents who say they're related it it should be more so we've done this okay we we went where the other media outlets refuse to go we just set maury down there he does the dna test so fast and what's really cool about the dna tests whether it's positive or negative on the maury povich show there's always a fight we've got that for you you are not the father in the next hour as well hey we're all the white people at there cal cal poly which is like brainiac central they're doing their best to get rid of white students to white women not at cal poly apparently yeah so we've got that for as well we're glad you're with us whistle blower wednesday four one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred that's the number k is supposed san francisco san jose oakland a cumulus station market drop trump is germany i'm john trout stocks are opening sharply lower on wall street fears of a worsening trade dispute between the us and china sent the dow jones industrial average down more than one hundred fifty points after the opening bell against us tariff threats correspondent christine romans suggests what chinese retaliation may include two hundred billion dollars is much more than china imports from the us it can't impose equal tariffs as retaliation it can hit back through stricter inspections or investment delays for us businesses or consumer boycott president trump singles out germany over nato defense spending mr trump lamenting that germany is an economic powerhouse doing significant business with russia president trump will have a sideline meeting here with mirko later today but no microphones are cameras will be allowed even for just a couple minutes bob costantini with the president brussel gop senator chuck grassley also criticised insufficient nato contribution there's not a single member of the united state senate doesn't think that the president's right by kidding nato allies to spend what the law requires that they spain trump's trip abroad includes a summit with russian president putin disconcerting to independent senator angus king he can smell weakness and if he sees the weakness the dish unity between the us and europe who knows what happens in the baltics for example are we inviting the parents of the twelve boys freed after more than two weeks trapped in a cave and thailand are finally able to visit their sons the catch is that they'll have to wear a hazmat suit and keep their distance derek anderson leader of a us rescue team says the boys endured dives and zero visibility lasting up to a half hour calling it a once in a lifetime rescue us wholesale prices increased three tenths of a percent in june a slight slowing from may i'm john trout broadcasting live from the san francisco bay area.

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Iran, Bloomberg and Chairman discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

01:09 min | 2 years ago

Iran, Bloomberg and Chairman discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

"And mirko they're commenting at a ceremony today with chinese premier li cochon that you also agree that they do want to preserve nuclear corden with iran that president trump of course has ditched at the ceremony german company be saf announcing plans here to spend as much as ten billion dollars on second chemical complex in china and it says this is the first time a foreign chemical maker has gone it alone in the country and elon musk has gone to china you said to be attending a government event in shanghai today and we're also hearing that the tesla ceo will visit beijing tesla has been working on setting up a production factory in shanghai for more than a year now the efforts are more urgent than ever because of the trade fight between china and the us now let's have a look at this startup backed by tencent the company said to be delaying plans for its entry into the us market the details from denise pellegrini the chinese electric vehicle maker neal is backing away from plans to start selling in the u us by twenty twenty the company's chairman william lee tells bloomberg worldwide trade issues are making it too risky to keep its.

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"mirko" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"mirko" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of what we're talking about today we're talking about mirko and perhaps losing our government over immigration which is really an issue that was several years ago and yet it's still reverberating today and it's not allowing the governments in europe to focus on economic integration and really the opportunity in europe is an economic integration i call it i have a thing called research in europe in my whole world visas in europe really needs to kind of move beyond the politics and get into the economics in order to really have success and i think one of the second the second big question we talked about the first one being being a growth versus tariffs the second one is this divide between the us and europe if you think about economics politics policy and markets the divide the divergences very wide right us growth strong european growth week fed raising two more times ecb not doing nothing anything for another year or so policy trade policy very much problematic and then market so i think the question is does that divergence widened in the second half of the year or narrow in our bet is that it narrows and we're looking at the economic surprise index as our leading indicator in europe's economic surprise index after falling off a cliff the first half of the year is bottled in coming up in the us economic surprise index which has been on the tear upward has turned down and i think there's an opportunity in the second half of the year if we can get past some of the trade and immigration issues if we can move forward then i think europe looks pretty good in earnings in europe in the second half of the year the euro turns from a headwind to a trade when the dollar on the other hand turns from a tailwind to a headwind as we talked about earlier earning surprises up and down are gonna drive markets in the second half is the pure play here than a dollar play fuel view of how this plays out actually walk because you're suggesting then that actually the euro level can strengthen and week strengthen versus the us dollar here we're watching the euro very close it has held all notwithstanding all the news over the last couple of weeks the bottom was when that italian garvin issue i roy surface that around one fifteen twenty five on the euro to the dollar that's the bottom in over these last couple of weeks it's holding in there are kind of is that yes euro stabilizes maybe rises somewhat bowen rates rise right as the as people get a little bit concert less concerned about the economy less concerned about the mirko issue in politics and then you have the potential for the bank stocks in europe which have been really hammered to rise as well because bank stocks the other the third big issue for markets is the divide between gross stocks and tech in the us and everything else and so if if bank stocks can work and david you pointed out the flattening yield curve here in the us that's keeping bank stocks down in europe what's keeping banks has all the uncertainty and if you can get a stable to rising euro if you can get bond rates to start to back up and people start to price and economic solid recovery in the second half of the year in europe then i think you're gonna have a pretty good stock market that was polaski global strategies founder j polaski speaking with bloomberg's david wellstone and julia chatterley and coming up we'll speak with former white house communications director dan pfeiffer you can see all the bloomberg best stories at best go this is bloomberg this is a bloomberg quick context and.

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"mirko" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"mirko" Discussed on WTMA

"That photo that's made its way around with mirko leaning over and me sitting in my chair president trump i had a very good meeting with g seven in fact the picture with michael who i get along with very well where i'm sitting there like this that picture was we're waiting for the document because i wanted to see the final document as changed by the changes that are requested those are very friendly i know it didn't look friendly and i know it was reported like sort of nasty both ways i was angry at her she actually we're just talking the whole group about something unrelated to everything very friendly waiting for the document to come back so i could read it before it's the lie of the still photo if they were video it would show a different picture there is another photograph that that tells it different story altogether but the news media shows this single frame because they thought it made their argument for them and their argument is that trump is bad and everybody else has better than trump so that's what a corrupt filthy dirty stinking rotten lion bunch of award winning journalist that's what they do every day because you know they're the news media aren't they amazing and since we're on the topic of canada what does eight and nine since we're on the topic of the g seven meeting which was which was just fine except justin trudeau proved himself to be humiliated himself if you if you look at the story truthfully and honestly if you look at it correctly you see that what justin trudeau did was staff his ally in the back with the full support of the corrupt american news media who will spew anything that is anti trump because that's just who they are so president trump at the press conference today so you know that justin trudeau guy what a backstabbing little weasel he is who is very friendly when i got onto the plane i think the justin probably didn't know that airforce one has about twenty televisions and i see the television he's giving a news conference about how he will not be pushed around by the united states and i say push him around which is shook hands we just shook hands push him around we're just shook hands we just shook hands moments ago so he is saying one thing.

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"mirko" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"mirko" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"There have been discussions at putting burden on the user makes it easier for us in probably makes it easier for us to guarantee certain security parameters however that's not very fuel from a standpoint so the idea is that shorting will be improta construct like you as user won't have to know anything about kind of harsh are working underneath the hood you're able to issue transaction to the network it's picked up but appear to peer discovery mechanism and it's able to broadcast to the different shards in which transaction we live based on the account that you're sending it to so the idea is that you know at least in terms of accessing state like it should be an in protocol construct and you know we shouldn't have you the user have to provide us with like what state the transaction will require you know what sort of mirko pats in the michael trio will have to modify and this is something that we call access lists so there are some opinions about access lists and we you know like the idea is at an ideal world the users should not have to know about what's happening in the sharded system okay so are there race condition that can come up between these different charge because if i you know you talk about a database if you're talking about one big database we know that different database replicas can have race conditions if they're not properly handled so how do you avoid race conditions among shards sure so that's that's that comes up in the context of crossshot transactions so you know there's a canonical problem that that's been posed which is called the train in hotel problem which is that if you book a train and you book hotel you want both to go through or none at all you don't wanna end up stuck with a hotel going through but now you're trainer to the train going through not your hotel so what this means in the context of theorem is that if you have a transaction.

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"mirko" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"mirko" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"There have been discussions at putting burden on the user makes it easier for us in probably makes it easier for us to guarantee certain security parameters however that's not very fuel from a standpoint so the idea is that shorting will be improta construct like you as user won't have to know anything about kind of harsh are working underneath the hood you're able to issue transaction to the network it's picked up but appear to peer discovery mechanism and it's able to broadcast to the different shards in which transaction we live based on the account that you're sending it to so the idea is that you know at least in terms of accessing state like it should be an in protocol construct and you know we shouldn't have you the user have to provide us with like what state the transaction will require you know what sort of mirko pats in the michael trio will have to modify and this is something that we call access lists so there are some opinions about access lists and we you know like the idea is at an ideal world the users should not have to know about what's happening in the sharded system okay so are there race condition that can come up between these different charge because if i you know you talk about a database if you're talking about one big database we know that different database replicas can have race conditions if they're not properly handled so how do you avoid race conditions among shards sure so that's that's that comes up in the context of crossshot transactions so you know there's a canonical problem that that's been posed which is called the train in hotel problem which is that if you book a train and you book hotel you want both to go through or none at all you don't wanna end up stuck with a hotel going through but now you're trainer to the train going through not your hotel so what this means in the context of theorem is that if you have a transaction.

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China's Premier Li says China and Germany uphold free trade

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

02:24 min | 2 years ago

China's Premier Li says China and Germany uphold free trade

"Familiar with the matter an investigation would unfold under the same law the the invoked for global tariffs on imported steel and aluminium they said an additional tariff on vehicles of up to twenty five percent is also under consideration shares in major asian carmakers fell after the announcement angela merkel has arrived in beijing for a two day visit the chancellor has been speaking about how germany and china are committed to multilateralism while chinese premier li ka chung has promised to protect the right of german firms investing in china bloomberg's tom mackenzie reports a top priority for chancellor merkel will be getting a sure insist from her chinese counterparts that any trade deal between the us and china will not be to the detriment of german companies trade between germany and china hits a railroad last year topping hundred and seventy eight billion us dollars mirko will also push china on market access intellectual property and rule of law china is likely to express its concerns about proposals to ramp up scrutiny of chinese investment in germany in beijing tom mackenzie bloomberg daybreak europe in italy meanwhile the president has almost law professor giuseppe kante to form a government even though he has no political experience county has begun his search for a government that will satisfy his populist sponsors bloomberg's kevin castillo reports from rome contra we'll be putting together his list of possible cabinet ministers they may include paolo savona an economist who has been critical out of the euro common currency conscious said he'll follow the euro skeptic program put together by the two potential italian coalition parties which have already upset financial market the premier designate also said he's aware of the need to confirm italy's place within europe in rome kevin costello bloomberg daybreak europe let's turn to the fed and the latest minutes show policymakers feel the economic outlook warrants another rate hike soon putting bags michael mckee has the details still they suggested that didn't mean a more aggressive path of tightening as they signalled they'd welcome a modest overshoot of their two percent inflation target that the minute say would quote be consistent with the committee's symmetric inflation objective and could be helpful in anchoring longer run inflation expectation the officials also expressed concern about possible adverse effects from tariffs and trade restrictions and they discussed the.

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Chancellor Angela Merkel heads to China amid growing trade tensions

11186 Show

02:12 min | 2 years ago

Chancellor Angela Merkel heads to China amid growing trade tensions

"China bloomberg's tom mackenzie reports a top priority for chancellor merkel will be getting a sure insist from her chinese counterparts that any trade deal between the us and china will not be to the detriment of german companies trade between germany and china hits a railroad last year topping one hundred and seventy eight billion us dollars mirko will also push china on market access intellectual property and rule of law china is likely to express its concerns about proposals to ramp up scrutiny of chinese investment in germany in beijing tom mackenzie bloomberg daybreak europe and on another trade notes when it comes to angela merkel angela merkel has said that the european union should receive a permanent exemption from us tariffs on steel and our remember that a temporary exemption is due to run out next week and michael wants that to be made permanent okay meanwhile the trade minister stephen has downplayed reports have strain ties with china after state media said that australia should be punished for its arrogance in an exclusive interview with bloomberg cherbourg knowledge that there were differences of opinion and said that dialogue between the two trading partners was critical what matters is the actual high level discussions of type place i was in china last week at very positive and constructive discussions with the mayor of shanghai i was actually in shanghai beijing but in shanghai is the second my singer person in that region the discussions were positive we focused on opportunities to continue to broaden and deepen our trade investment relationship so that was australia's trade minister stephen cherbourg in italy the president has also law professor giuseppe kante to form a government even though he has no political experience contact has begun his search for government that will satisfy his populous sponsors bloomberg's kevin castillo reports now from rome contra we'll be putting together his list of possible cabinet ministers they may include paolo savona an economist who has been critical of the euro common currency conscious said he'll follow the euro skeptic program put together by.

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"mirko" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"mirko" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Ribbon on the radio on route sixty six this is the home of route sixty six a lot of years doing this show and we had so many great cards letters contact from so many people who enjoy what they hear and i'm glad that you i hope that you're among those are well why would it why wouldn't you be if you're listening right now and i'm glad you are our history museum program coming up a week from tuesday that the eighth of may already my goodness gem mirko will be their famous author of saint louis and he wrote a book about the gateway arch called a making of an icon and that's our subject saint louis icons a history hall of fame as well and i'll be looking at a lot of saint louis icons of the past such as the louisiana purchase monument of the world's fair the bridge when it was under construction and just about everybody said it's not gonna work it's gonna fall joseph schneider's they location of that place on showed that was a brewery a garden and it was all over a cave venda set is part of that proper today and we'll also talk about the location and show you a picture of a tablet memorializing the many dead of the eighteen forty nine cholera epidemic on we'll have so much more time stockman to be there to talk about young vincent price in his life in saint louis what his father did with the national candy company that building is still there may merrimack in graboy i've and let's see that would also grandfather had dr prices baking powder we'll talk about all of that lot more on tuesday the eighth a week from tuesday this note has just been handed to me a little bit ago from brian hasty making the rounds here night beatdown rhythm street for brian is everywhere and he's going to be moving pretty soon from the ackerman location today at thirty six thirty six south kings highway a block north of chippewa over to forty four and hampton right at wilson forty four and the north side of the highway on the east side of hampton on the hill but wonderful building that is going up it's going to be ready man a couple of.

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Trump puts aside feud with the media for a night at Gridiron Dinner

Christian Science Sentinel

01:38 min | 2 years ago

Trump puts aside feud with the media for a night at Gridiron Dinner

"In a utility says there to everyone may not have their power by maybe monday afternoon perhaps straggling into at you stay stay tune of course we will keep you up to date with the latest couple of the story on sunday morning that we're following with our eyes of course on the storm cleanup prosecutor up in worcester county massachusetts this is a woman in her three small children found dead in their homes in west bloomfield westbrook feel that is all homicide victims police asking the public's help for their investigation they say yellow plastic fuel container appeared to be missing from that home they're asking anyone who is seen that container that has been discarded to call the massachusetts state police round the world this morning in the old country the polls are open in one of the most uncertain elections and year's campaign in italy marked by neofascist rhetoric and anti migrant violence in germany angula merckel has welcomed the decision by members of germany's social democrats to support a coalition government with longtime chancellor in a statement mirko says it is a could decision to the social democrats and a good decision for germany president trump exchange goodnatured barbs with members of the washington press corps at the annual gridiron dinner dinners the president put aside his feud with the media he had jokes nobody does suffocating umer better than i thought he was late because jared kushner is having trouble making it through security finally the oscars you've got to be handed out nights ceremony will be hosted by jimmy kimmel promises to be rife with references to the meat to move mitch not to mention the envelope disaster last year the nails fine of aboard best picture should be a nailbiter among several entries wpro sports this morning it was busy saturday here will start with.

Merkel set for 4th term after Social Democrats OK coalition

Ask the Garden Geek with Michael Crose

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Merkel set for 4th term after Social Democrats OK coalition

"Of orders they a shooting in front of the white house yesterday was a case of suicide it happened shortly before noon just outside the perimeter fence the secret service says the man came up near an area butter north white house grams wine the pound adding none of them appeared to be directed at the white house the white house was immediately lockdown though president trump was in florida at the time the secret service says they've determine the man's identity but they're not releasing it until they notify his family angle a miracle now zgiet deserve a fourth term as german chancellor after the nation's social democratic party agreed to a coalition with merkel's conservatives hours ago a decision that ends five months during which the country has gone without a government mirko congratulated the social democrats saying she looks forward to working together for the good of germany her position have been uncertain after the centreleft social democrats.

A divided Italy goes to the polls Sunday

Talk Radio Countdown

01:14 min | 2 years ago

A divided Italy goes to the polls Sunday

"Goods to help us manufacturers saturday the president tweeted that if the eu does increase its tariffs he'll slap attacks on european cars that means volkswagen's audis fiat's all sorts of european cars could be getting a lot more expensive abc's david right at the white house the new york times reports a special counsel robert muller is now looking into whether the uae funnel money to the trump campaign to buy influence italian prime minister paolo gentiloni casting his vote as italians go to the polls today for elections that will bring in a new prime minister the election is being watched closely to see if italy will join the farright anti eu movement gaining ground in some european capitals ugly mirko heading to a fourth term as the german chancellor after the social democratic party voted in favour of joining her coalition today and alaska's famed i did rod begins today following a difficult year for the long distance sled dog race that included a champions dog doping scandal and increasing pressure from animal rights activists this is abc news are you more than ten thousand dollars in debt feel like you're on a never ending treadmills staying in one place and never getting ahead with those minimum payments.

Merkel's fate hangs on vote by potential coalition partner

Talkin' Pets

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Merkel's fate hangs on vote by potential coalition partner

"Brexit bad according to prime minister theresa may is she presented her vision for future trade ties with the european union the british people voted for brexit and i think it is incumbent on that politicians to deliver on the decision that we all slim to take parliament overwhelmingly voted for this to be a decision of the british people and i think it's right for them having taken that decision that parliament and politicians now now deliver on that chancellor angela merkel awaiting the results of a vote by her potential coalition partner of the centreleft social democrats to learn of she'll be able to form a new government in germany majority yes vote means mirko would remain chancellor of europe's largest economy for a fourth term after twelve years in office says one of the continent's dominant politicians results from the the election are expected early sunday morning more on these stories a.

"mirko" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"mirko" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Combination of things but really it boils down to his personal insecurities about the election so to some extent this explains why he seems more conciliatory toward russia toward putin then he does even towards us allies right i mean in in our story we we right about the striking contrast in the way he handles encounters in meetings with uh with counterparts like the german chancellor angela merkel versus putin every time we see him with putin they're very chummy their joking their shaking hands patting one another on the back they've had private conversations without any other us officials present uh and in in in you know in in when he's in meeting with mirko or even others from europe you really can see this sort of hostility come across in his demere bottomline greg miller why does it matter that the president acknowledges this is it is it enough just to have intelligence officials and other say okay it happened why does it matter i mean that was the fundamental question we set out to answer with this story and the answer is it really does matter when the president rejects the rationale when it when when he rejects this conclusion from his own intelligence agencies uh reverberates across the government it affects the state department it affects the cia it affects the pentagon it affects other agencies um it is impairs their ability to pursue policies they can't even bring these policies to him the president has yet to have a single national security council meeting on the russian interference in the election last year how can you have a coherent strategy to deal with it if.

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"mirko" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"mirko" Discussed on WCPT 820

"A fantastic ord i have to say it's sad that a north korean lunatic who works as a better grasp of english hair like oh we looked at upper like oh yes that is correct yes they get the right word uh actually he also said a frightened dog barks ladder which is true he is one that's true right in a little copy because almanar's about let the dogs out okay uh trump uh yeah he of ratcheted up again this weekend due to foreign minister north korea speaker un if he goes with thoughts of lula rocket man it will be around much longer oh i seems even threatening the destruction of an entire were the on voight maybe has a oh i see up the nickname to little rock at mansudae sugar can burn little mirko with rocket man to mobility this nickname another day believe me other people love it i love it the in the speech to the un the on and a use of nuclear weapons is not a north korea's first option but cautioned that the us and its allies to think twice before threatening north korea he said trump's insults against north korea and its leader make it inevitable to countries rockets will strike the us mainland the ira that saturday really happy so he's been flying jets like the farthest north of the demilitarized zone that we've ever it just in a two two the you know to look tough i guess as draftdodgers well i mean it's it really is terrifying i think i'm gonna walk run on my knees today eating a bullet kimchi are you yeah that's gonna be my dance your protest taking a knee and like leave them alone testing yeah relation of yeah they're all the way over there they haven't done a thing to us we basically let's be honest when when they were saying we want to talk to the us when they were going to talk to south korea yeah i'm telling you this is so tours we have a huge presence in south korea i didn't know presents my brother served their yeah.

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"mirko" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"mirko" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From npr in wbur i'm jeremy hobson in germany chancellor angela merkel is set for a fourth term but her conservative bloc was weakened in yesterday's election she said today she wants to win back voters who deserted her for a farright party joining us now from berlin is reporter as be nicholson as me mirko didn't do as well as expected what happened well that's right jeremy at michaels conservatives suffered significant losses last night uh but they still came out on top on the same goes actually for the other main party the social democrats who actually called their worst result ever an both parties lost votes to the rightwing alternative suggest any potty knuckle in fact announced in a press conference today here in berlin that how conservative bloc lost a million thing is to the afd and tell us about the fdd the fact that this is the first time a farright party has won seats in the german parliament since ninety 57 some are claiming that they all the real winners of the election i that's not necessarily accurate you need to put it into perspective knuckles party won thirty three percent of the vote and the alternative to jimmy party will the fda is then angle just thirteen percent will do that stuff quite a lot more than we were expecting and the if these result is significant because like you say what it means going can see a rightwing party in the bundestag for the first time in half a century and many are really concerned about this that we demonstrations here in berlin last night on the eighth dis campaign was absottly racist i was actually at the afd press conference this morning and it's coach alex onto galland said outright that he doesn't want to an i'm quitting him now he doesn't want to quote lose germany to an invasion of foreigners from a different culture on the other hand the party his plagued with infighting unwieldy we saw that this morning in in the press conference one of its leaders franca petchey actually walked out of the press conference and refused to join the afd caucus in parliament some say she might be trying to lead a breakaway faction from the party either way others say that the ft may actually inflows will certainly discredited so south quite quickly finally the.

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"mirko" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"mirko" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The u s german relationship now to put a politely mirko is not a fan of president trump right well that's all a interesting story to itself right i mean they saved assertive reach some kind of an accommodation where where where trump is gutting for vertical all the time i think the air to hear a lot of people at berlin at of europe talking about is about this and you had pair of oscar vc too the one thing that i fake barikot still has ahead of her or that kind of need sorting out if that's not too trivial a term is europe the european union the euro area and there's two stretch to this germany merkel herself very much wants to engage with emmanuel macron france to sort of creator new died of his of and to use the fact that he was elected on a proeuropean platform in france fisher pushed joint projects forward and then he of course you have the whole brexit issue which will the european leaders will have to deal with over the next two years or so and again because of its dominant position and heard of it a physician merkel be at the centre of that so those are the projects that you're looking for and of course there's always the trump factor which all politicians outside the us have to deal with barracuda will surely have to deal with again herself to going forward all right tony thank you so much for joining us today tony to scale is the german government editor for bloomberg news joining us from our studios in berlin coming up on bloomberg politics policy and power facebook planning to overhaul its political ads policies after revealing controversial russian adds spending during the us election there's a lot to this we're going to look at it but first we have to check on the latest world and national headlines nancy lyons joins us from the bloomberg 991 newsroom in washington thanks amy president trump says north korean leader kim john on is a mad man who does not mine starving his own people he says he will be tested like never before trump's tweet this morning followed a statement from kim in which he responded to new us sanctions by warning of quote the.

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"mirko" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"mirko" Discussed on KTRH

"Real cracker will start off i think you're right john charles are smith our other expert on korea says that he does not expect any building terry involvement i think that if there's one more nuke test john sump that's going to happen and and and and rightfully so because you know i mean the us has already consulted with south korea who uh new president um moon jae an is ran on a on a platform he'd been president for a few months ran on a platform of trying to reconcile with north korea he now realizes that that isn't going to happen and he is on the same page with trump that it may require a um a military action in order to stop its ballistic missile and new program appeal so i think that you know this crisis has got a long way to evolve your andrew onto a mirko today uh german chancellor ongoing mirko saying that she wants to be one of the key negotiators in any kind of a uh a broker to range sodas dennis rodman he wants to to john thanks online columnists dot com john curtis some the storm shocked people in florida returned to their shattered homes today as the remnants of hurricane erma pushed inland levy more than half of the state's residents without power in city streets flooded the irma is now been downgraded to a tropical depression erma head ranked as one of the most powerful lent couric keane's on record before bearer lean into the florida keys on sunday imply we northward along the gulf coast to wreak havoc across a wide area of the third most populous us state could it have been worse well first of all ten people have died in the united states because of irma on friday night i thought that we should all think with our intention and try to get erma reduced from a category five hurricane down to whatever we could do it with intention we've tried intentioned moments in experiments on on this program before so let's try one now what i'd like you to do his meditate when you can in picture this hurricane which right now is a category five and slow it down slow down to a tropical storm maybe even less if you can just tried to do that and shift.

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"mirko" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"mirko" Discussed on WLAC

"Okay so as bring bill o'reilly bill o'reilly back bill o'reilly dot com and talk to him a little bit about north korea first of all bill are we going to war with north korea no okay if if it is just between us we're having a private council you're the president of the united states and you've got your council split in half and half says mr president we gotta go they've they've cross too many red lines it's only going to be a problem down the road down the road we gotta go and i'd like to recommend a first strike the other half says nofirststrike and no don't go to war because millions will die which do you lean towards okay you can't do a preemptive strike with new on anybody that's not acceptable in the world we live in you could do um you know some bombing liked it like you didn't syria take out uh a strategic military target i mean it certainly possible but i don't see that happening what i see happening is um this is uh trump is basically telling the world look i'm capable of this would you true i'm capable of it worries obama was and everybody knew that he would no matter what you did obama wasn't gonna do anything drastic mirko today the german chancellor q ten in fez uh um well there really isn't any military solution to north korea how no just step back and analyzed so stupid that statement minutes from on hello mirko what if north korea launches a uh a missile at wom or japan or south korea what if they do that i mean that's what this idiot is threatening to do and mirko says there's no military solution to that so what are you let them do that that's exactly the warm message uh and trump's message is basically symbolic gets a symbolic message i'm capable of this but will you do it not only if they attack they being north korea a one of our allies or any interest that the united states has then he will oh but i don't see any new component in this because bad parma get and once you.

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"mirko" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"mirko" Discussed on KKAT

"I see nothing wrong with that statement nobody really knows nobody knows nobody really news man nobody news so met with mirko today and we'll see what takes place but i'm telling you guys syria is a bigger deal the north korea even the north korea will be on the agenda they'll be talking about syria thanked because of bench surely i mean isis getting their asking picked and this things run its course and there's a good chance it's going to go the way of of the caliphates gonna end is falling apart in his going the way of obamacare and alqaeda and they'll be a new version of it sooner rather than later know that but then you're going to have syria and you're going to have russia and you're going to have us and we're all looking at what's next and that potentially could be a massive problem paid for four dig chad text the program three 235 three twenty four twenty three three two three five three twenty four twenty three protesters clashing in hamburg germany the helmet's puddles i don't know if it were that helmet unlike a cooler helmet maybe one with a mohawk but what what are you got a bad suntan with that his you know i do something thought man if i'm gonna be out there and i have to wear a helmet as a reporter right then i am i'm gonna wear some cool what are those cool helmet the kids have like with a lizard head up mohawk people like me they're reporter school stand standing out guy standing my land but stand and out chad benson show investments in securities involve the risk of loss can fisher founder and executive chairman of fisher investments we don't so annuities will never so annuities most nudie have nose bleed level fees don't to what the customer thinks they do have tremendous tax problems moore hard to get out.

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"mirko" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"mirko" Discussed on KOIL

"Obama mr obama where were you in july of two thousand eight um well i travelled to kuwait afghanistan iraq jordan and the west bank and israel germany france britain were you running for office in july of two thousand eight y'all well the election was november so i was campaign reigning you were tell me what you did well during the course of that trip i met with a sorted international leaders including president hamid karzai of afghanistan prime minister bleak of iraq king abdul of jordan palestinian president moumouni on a boss prime minister of israel all maher chancellor angela mirko of germany are there more mr obama oh oh y'all president nicolas sarkozy of france prime minister gordon brown of the united kingdom as well as former prime minister tony blair and the conservative opposition david cameron mr obama did you give a speech in germany oh yeah july twenty four two thousand eight victory column speech in berlin there was two hundred thousand people there and let me get this straight mr von you were running for president and you met with all these foreign foreign people like two hundred thousand of them yeah and and according to lindsey graham any time you're in a campaign and you'll get an offer from a foreign government to help york campaign the answer is no did you agree with that mr obama um um um mr obama there were two hundred thousand people and berlin who paid for the security who paid for the cleanup who paid for the popcorn um um i guess the germans did and when you went to france who paid for those gatherings and israel and when you when you went to afghanistan who paid for this here although there was us security know mr obama they were the joint coalition forces paid for by iraq but skid at straight this whole business about foreigners being involved in the united states election process constituting reason is about the biggest bunch who we you.

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"mirko" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"mirko" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Bahaa firing ole savage nation man that brings back somali cancel memory wallows afternoons all those after them summary fallen to winter spring some of four went to spring over and over so this headlines now malania learns trump only as ice for putin a g twenty weird now that's a that's a big deal but does that mean he's trying to settle a problem with russia that's also a problem to the cycles in the liberal media they want war a fistfight schmuck but think about that when a firm melania like had ice for putin then be that'd be some story what did malania ran off with putin there will be a horrible what if trump ran off with mirko i think that's unlikely i don't see how that can happen the only thing markel can run off with the doesn't exist it's a combination of a dinosaur an alligator and co and karl marx corp's i don't think that exists exists oh else's henry kissinger that he must be the he's like dezelic ofput he's always likes smiling in the background china metal like the men and nick of our time who's there at the g chuan what does a g twenty i guess it's a big thing to be at the g twenty makes you world leader i was g twenty get like a badge you come back what you don't have to go to the bathroom you don't get teeth don't go bad the i'm and i was at the g twenty seven hank what and what you never get indigestion hank you don't get constant painted hank so what am i going to say the un at look it's the world leadership they're the ones who shape the course of human events unfortunately so my guys my girls is the savage nation you think he'd be a good talk show host i got a real treat for you my friends on the love boat so their minds i'm going to be back in a very short period of time if you want to play with me what's your favorite summits childhood memory eight five five four at seventoeight i wish i could get some like have we guys calling doing the show some forget about it 'cause you know what i'm saying join the savage nation cole no eight five five four hundred savage eight five five four hundred seven two a to serve nate shelman here at the.

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"mirko" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"mirko" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Trump policies to economic policy ps two antigay policies to climate change your name it that's why these people are bought and paid their paved the show up they don't know why they're there most of them are not there organically and in fact this little tidbit of news comes to us from the deserve the need to know network of apparently it's it's at cnn angela merkel what the stories at cnn's international reporters said that the protests the thing is written so bad instead of reading this try plummeted with mirko scheduled the g twenty for hamburg jamaican easier for protesting get there that's the upshot of it mirko was holding the g twenty summit in hamburg saw that germans can protest trump that's what mirko wants this to appear as and are all the body cnn international diplomatic editor nick robertson river him from the while he was he was in the in egypt during the overthrow of mubarak and the beginning of the arab spring liver all time favorite audio sound bites nick robertson anyway he reported their german chancellor angela merkel is holding the g twenty summit of hams were hamburg so the german protesters get close enough to voice their displeasure with donald trump nick robertson reported quote angela merkel has chosen to hold a summit him an environment in the a location that can be surrounded by protesters well that's not these protesters nowhere near where the g twenty is taking place there miles away from at least two miles away not even merckel could arrange it so the protesters protesters could arrange right outside the wherever the g twenty meeting is taking place the nick roberts zia was ecstatic sean's excited they because they think mirko hates trump so they love mirko ansol vertical scheduling this so that protesters get closer trump so this is this is totally fake news i mean the protesters are protesting but i'm telling you folks it's by wrote wherever the g twenty of the g eight is wherever the world trade council wh wherever emmy there is a globalist meeting these people show up and they don't know why and they don't know what they're protesting against they don't know what they're asking for if they got it they wouldn't know they got it we've got the riot cops and they're using water cannons in a number of.

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