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"moscow times" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:55 min | 6 months ago

"moscow times" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Mariupol demanding their out by 1 p.m. Moscow time without any weapons or ammo the Kremlin claims they've all been taken control of that port city which has been the site of some of the heaviest fighting at worst catastrophes that hasn't been confirmed Two people are dead at least 11 injured following a shooting overnight in Pittsburgh Police say several of the injuries happen from people escaping gunfire they're investigating 9 individual crime scenes connected to the shooting It happened at a party being hosted at an Airbnb where many of the 200 or so in attendance were said to be underage The NBA playoffs continued today day two season four games on schedule with top seeded Miami opening things up against Trae Young and the hawks To start the day at 1 p.m. eastern on TNT Tomorrow is the federal tax deadline for most Americans It's the last day to send in returns or file for an extension The IRS says the average refund this year is over $3200 Up more than 11% from last year I'm Scott Carr And I'm Susanna Palmer and the Bloomberg newsroom More than a month after the ever forward ran aground in the Chesapeake Bay That container ship was successfully re floated this morning that according to the U.S. coast guard the coast guard confirmed the ship was refloated and moving down the channel but more details were not immediately available Didi global will hold a meeting on May 23rd to vote on delisting its shares from the New York Stock Exchange It's a sign the ride hailing giant is heating Beijing's call to address concerns about how its data is handled abroad The Chinese company said in a statement Saturday it won't apply to saucier's on any other stock exchange before finishing the move in the U.S. but it will look to list somewhere else New York City employers are hustling to figure out what to do about impending salary disclosure rules while hoping for a delay A sweeping pay disclosure law requiring nearly all companies operating in the city to include pay ranges on job postings is set to take effect in under a month The Wall Street Journal reports with the deadline approaching employers have been consulting attorneys on how to comply setting compensation ranges for each job title and coaching managers on how to explain the numbers to existing workers Call it un retirement as we hear from Bloomberg's Charlie pell at a mixture of plentiful jobs and high inflation is enticing required workers back into the labor market It's a reversal of pandemic trends according to the recruitment firm indeed hiring lab It says in March some 3.2% of workers who have been retired a year earlier were back in employment The rising cost of living has been an incentive for many to return on the remote revolution potentially offers another one enabling some retirees to get back to earning an income Bloomberg's Charlie pellet reporting global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg.

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"moscow times" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:41 min | 6 months ago

"moscow times" Discussed on WTOP

"Sports at 15 and 45 on WTO P 1115 the update now here's Frank hanrahan It was a mixed bag on Saturday night We'll start with the good capitals doubling up Montreal 8 to four up north Alexander Ovechkin scored his 47th goal to season Justin Schultz Dmitry orloff Anthony mantha two goals nicked out garnet Hathaway TJ oshi almost everybody scored for the capitals and their 8 four victory on the road The nationals losers at Pittsburgh 6 to four Juan Soto with a solo shot in the 5th it hit into the Allegheny river that rarely ever happens Soto is one of a kind obviously third Homer of the season Josh Rogers takes the loss and that's false 6 four Pittsburgh to wrap up the series on Sunday afternoon Major League Soccer D.C. united with the two zip lead they blow it lose three to two to Austin FC Camara had two goals but he also had two yellows and got red card so D.C. played the second half of ten men That was costly three two loss for D.C. at Audi field Number one Marilyn men's across team Stays number one beating Ohio State 1912 and the terps clinched their regular season Big Ten title Again the Nats lose caps win and D.C. United falls Frank Ann ran WTO sports All right Frank thanks Top stories we're following for you tonight on WTO longtime NBC four news anchor Wendy reger lost her battle to brain cancer today She went into a hospice center yesterday and died today at the age of 65 will bring you remembrances of her from those who knew her best Ukraine is bracing for what could be the most consequential battle of the war with Russia new shelling is being reported near several major cities Russia today tells Mary a full residence their lives will be spared if they lay down all their arms by 6 a.m. tomorrow Moscow time Ten people injured when gunfire broke out at a shopping mall in Columbia South Carolina three people are in custody two people hurt are in critical conditions Say what WTO for more on these stories in just minutes Life expectancy in the U.S. is heading in the wrong direction A new study at Virginia Commonwealth university finds overall life expectancy in the U.S. decreased by more than 1.8 years between 2019 and 2020 Those numbers were even higher for Hispanic and non Hispanic black populations Researchers say no other high income country experienced a decrease rivaling that of the U.S. That CBS News health reporter Kate Smith in the first year of the pandemic overdose to ask among teens nearly double compared to ten years earlier It's now 1118 in Washington Traffic.

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"moscow times" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:11 min | 6 months ago

"moscow times" Discussed on WTOP

"And 45 on WTO P Ten 45 the update now Frank Han ran Capitals put up 8 goals 8 four victory at to Montreal Canadiens TJ oshie Alexander Ovechkin scored his 47th goal of the season Justin jolts Dmitri olov Anthony mantha had two goals nicked out garnered Hathaway also finding the back of the net Capital's beaten Montreal 8 to four National zoo losers at Pittsburgh 6 to four highlighted by Juan Soto's moonshot Homer in the 5th inning He's got three homers on the season Josh Rogers took the loss and that's fault of Pittsburgh's 6 to four MLS united blows of two zip lead falls at home to Austin FC three to two Camara had two goals but he also got red card because he picked up two yellows so D.C. played the second half Which in players Marilyn menza cross is number one in the country staying that way after beating Ohio State in 1912 and the terps clinched The regular season Big Ten title NBA playoffs gets going Minnesota with a surprise victory over Memphis Philadelphia across Toronto and Utah edging Dallas Again nationals losers caps for winners in D.C. United falls On Frank Anne ran WTO sports All right Frank thanks so much The top stories we're following for you tonight on WTO Wendy reeger longtime news four anchor and reporter died this morning after a battle with brain cancer Wendy was holding the hand of her husband Dan and she passed away She was 65 years old for almost 35 years Wendy had a way of lighting up the screen She came to Washington to study at American university and worked here at WTO for a while Russia is telling the citizens citizens of Mary a poll they will be spared if they lay down all arms by 6 a.m. Moscow time This was Russian forces accelerated scattered attacks on Kyiv western Ukraine and beyond it today A shooting at a shopping mall in South Carolina's capital east ten people injured two in critical condition tonight Columbia police evacuated the columbiana center mall three people are being held and questioned Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes It's ten 47 D.C.'s favorite bears are celebrating 50 years of living at the national zoo They got to munch on some panda friendly cake today.

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"moscow times" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:25 min | 6 months ago

"moscow times" Discussed on WTOP

"Accused some European countries of quote earning their money from other people's blood Facing a new Russian onslaught from the air president zelensky is calling once again for democracies to provide more military help CBS Deborah says it's on its way The White House says that $800 million worth of weapons are expected to arrive in Ukraine soon This as the administration is considering which high level ranking official they're going to send to Ukraine as an additional show of support And Russia today told the remaining defenders of the besieged port city of mariupol that it will spare their lives if they lay down their arms by 6 a.m. Sunday Moscow time CBS News special report I'm Christopher Cruise The United States may be heading into another COVID-19 surge with cases rising nationally and in most states experts don't expect a peak nearly as high as the last one when the omicron variant struck but they are warning that the coming wave will wash across the nation and push up hospitalizations in a growing number of states especially those with low vaccination rates As of Thursday the highest rates of new COVID cases per CAPiTA over the past 14 days were in Vermont Rhode Island Alaska New York and in Massachusetts Ten people were shot when gunfire broke out at a shopping mall in South Carolina two others injured in the stampede no deaths have been reported Three people are being held in question police do not believe the shooting at columbiana center was random Police are urging anyone so sheltering inside that mall to call 9-1-1 so it authorities can find them They say the victims range in age from 15 to 73 two of the shooting victims are in critical condition tonight Coming up on WTO after traffic and weather a woman shot in a home invasion robbery in Montgomery county I'll tell you about that It's 8 36 If you don't know PPC if you don't know SEO If you don't know OTT if you don't know targeted display social media management Website development Female marketing You don't have to All you need to know is 2060 digital we can help you with the digital marketing your business needs but maybe doesn't understand or have time to execute 2060 digital is a Google premier partner That may not mean a lot to you but when you consider that only 3% of digital advertising agencies carry that designation it should If you're in.

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"moscow times" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:57 min | 6 months ago

"moscow times" Discussed on WTOP

"Story Again Wendy rieger has died at the age of 65 It's 6 34 CBS News special report Russia has made an offer to Ukrainian forces still defending the destroyed port city of Mario pole lay down your arms by 6 a.m. Sunday Moscow time and your lives will be spared Russia has been stepping up its attacks on Ukraine in retaliation for the sinking of one of its warships CBS Michael George Around the capital city casualties continue to mount Ukrainian officials say Russian forces withdrawing from the area executed more than 900 civilians On Saturday Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky recognized troops on the front lines for putting up a fierce resistance It's a new in a Friday address He stepped up calls for the west to enforce an oil embargo against Russia and quickly supply the nation with more weapons Zelensky said today Russia's siege of Mario pole could scuttle any attempts to negotiate an end to the war CBS News special report I'm Christopher Cruise Ten people shot when gunfire broke out as shopping mall in South Carolina this afternoon to others injured in the stampede to get out No deaths reported three people are being held and questioned A 14 year old girl is in the hospital with non life threatening injuries after being shot in the stomach last night at a carnival in woodbridge It happened just before 9 30 at Garfield high school police say two groups were arguing in a parking lot when multiple shots were fired and people took off running One of the bullets hit a car that was leaving the carnival but the driver was not hurt no arrest had been made yet tonight Coming up on WTO after traffic and weather For 50 years pandas have lived and eaten a whole lot of bamboo at the national zoo I'm Luke luker 6 36 There aren't many faces people are excited to see first thing in the morning before they've even had their coffee But the McDonald's drive-through workers who take your order on the.

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"moscow times" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

05:04 min | 6 months ago

"moscow times" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"The only team magazine has got de Snider's teenage survival guide. You know, this is the Soviet black market. There's no rock and roll scene yet there. The wall comes down, I get contacted. We want to release your book officially in hardcover in Russian. So we do a deal, some rubles or whatever. Comes out. And no picture of me on. It just swing in cats on the cover of the weirdest jazzy pictures like dancing and then this is the truth. I'm not making this up people. The Moscow times wants to interview me. Now this is the early 90s. I was widowmaker on tour. And I said, what's going on? They go, how's it feel to know that every Russian child has to read your book and I was like, what? It is standard reading in the school systems of Russia. Wow. Deep insiders teenage survival guide. And I said, well, this is a mind. A Ukrainian grandfather's spinning out of rotisserie thing is brave. What's going on? So I realized that we're targeting these kids and they all read my book. And that was my angle in my trusted messenger. I said, you know, forget these side of rockstar. I'm the guy who wrote the book and you like that book because I was very honest. I was very straightforward about everything from next to death to bullying to everything in the world that social diseases. I just talk straight from the heart. I didn't hide anything. You know, we have our hearts on our sleeve. People like you and me. And I said, I'm not lying to you. I'm gonna go roll the book you grew up on. So, you know, I still never went over on a book signing tour over there. I would like to do that sometime. Was twisted sister. Did you have a name value? Did you ever tour Russia with the bands? We went to Russia after we reformed. Nobody was doing it before glass now. And then when we were united, we went there. And you know, this is something that I wish everybody. If you want to make the world a better place, the governments of the country, Canadian government, U.S. government should give everybody free trips to foreign countries. When they're in high school, when they're in college, people need to see other people. We live in our own world, and we don't trust anything on the outside. You've traveled. I've traveled. It gives you a whole different perspective when you see people as regular people. When you go to Russia and I got my crush, you killed my grandfather's my great grandfather, you know, and you go there and you just see, these are not animals. These are regular people living lives trying to do the best they can. They're at the mercy of their government just like we all are. We're lucky enough to be in a free society, but it's we're still at mercy. And certainly, you know, the rules that are laid out. And everybody's just trying to get by. That's why I love that Anthony Bourdain show. To see him go to these countries and sit down and have a meal, you suddenly saw these people just as people. They weren't so mysterious anymore. They weren't so dangerous. They didn't seem the Middle Eastern people didn't seem dangerous. It just seemed like a dad and a kids and they're just trying to get by, you know? You're totally right 'cause I've wrestled a few times in Saudi Arabia and in Jeddah and Riyadh and you know it's weird. It's definitely the most un American country I've ever been to as far as you go to Japan. It's very Americanized in western China has that element too, but you go to Saudi Arabia you realize you're a long way from home. But when you go and see a guy I'll never forget, we're in the hotel. It's such a random thing, but it was a guy and his wife with the baby in the stroller and the guy had a Domino's Pizza. And I was like, he's just a family that went and got pizza. Dude, right? You know what I mean? Like we're all the same, right? Well, we have the burqa on. She's probably Hubbard. The whole thing, all this stuff that headdress and you go, yeah, the Middle East and what is that? How many of those pizza? Yeah. Exactly chicken too? Just as a quick segue, I asked my cousin Chad and Brittany who still live in New York, and I said, give me some names of some people you know in New York, Ukrainian last names. Here's what they sent back in the 5 minutes since I asked them. Most zelensky Ukraine pop witch federic Boris lupac chuck lisinski listen, ivano atco, bonaire, condra, koala which will stop a witch Thomas shushi. Ukrainian right there. York is Saskatchewan. Another Jericho or Snyder in state. Not one. I was going to ask you, do you another thing that I thought was really very interesting was the fact that we're doing this, these messages and we're posting them on Twitter and Instagram and Facebook. But then I read that Russia is now saying that Instagram, Facebook, whatever meta, I think they call it now.

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"moscow times" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:53 min | 7 months ago

"moscow times" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Dividend for last year at $75 billion And that is your Bloomberg business flash Let's get to the regional markets as well This is the state of play Yes Sundays to buying Abu Dhabi are offline but most of the other markets are online for the first training day of the week was Saudi Arabia coming out strong from the Gates up 8 tenths of 1% financials once again in focus there Egypt and Tel Aviv both picking up on the bullish clothes in the U.S. from late Friday with the Egyptian exchange rising for a fourth day The index advancing mounted highest closing levels in March 6 CIB which is the largest listed stock there contributed the most to the increasing about 4% limited downside to some profit taking coming through in terms of stocks in Qatar I want to get to some of the other moves in terms of the currencies market because the ruble isn't focused once again here We had of course late Friday the bank of Russia saying that they're going to start the process of government bonds known as OFCs on Monday and sell them in full after the market stabilizes what the governor said in the video statement And that's going to get on the way between ten and 11 a.m. Moscow time currently the dollar ruble trade over the last two days closing or rather now at a 114.7 That's what the board are going to get to the equity futures because we're looking at a bit of caution I had a bit of pause for reflection as we see the S&P 500 mini now called lower by about three tenths of 1% after the strong gains of the last few trading sessions Your stock's futures called lower by half of 1% as well as we calibrate this Monday morning And then remember that the markets the cash bond markets are closed for a holiday in Japan They're going to resume trade later on in the day with the London open But this was the state of play as of close Friday with U.S. tens Actually these are the futures So I don't 24.4 with a little bit of light selling early on in the Asian session And again in terms of the broader picture other asset classes include cryptocurrencies that's always front and center And what I'm seeing here is a bit of a divergence initially between Ethereum and Bitcoin Now they've moved back tandem with lower on both of these and that gives you a better sense of the kind of lacking risk appetite this Monday You have cryptocurrencies and some of the equities in the United States moving quite closely in tandem And so that is now currently hardly a supplies And then the energy space as well Brent crude and WTI Back on the front foot what a ride it has been for the energy components and that includes as well natural gas and some of the products like gasoline at the moment Brent crew charging higher once again crossing the $111 barrel mark close gains as well for WTI Much more ahead This.

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"moscow times" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:47 min | 7 months ago

"moscow times" Discussed on WTOP

"The Russian attack on Ukraine Well as it turns out not everybody in Russia is supportive of the invasion Some of them have been protesting publicly and have been getting arrested to talk about that We are joined live by Moscow times reporter Felix light who is in the Russian capital this morning Felix it seems like a risky thing to do demonstrating against your own country in Russia about this Ukraine attack Can you tell us about that Um While we had established this connection with Felix and it seems like it's not working at this point this morning perhaps we'll try to go back to him at another time He needs time 6 22 now and other news this morning what is today a park in fairfax county was once a farm We're enslaved people were buried and a sign has just gone up explaining that history to visitors We need to pay respect to the people who are held in bondage on that land and buried there Paul mccrea is a historian for nova parks But we also want people to read about that and understand what slavery was like The cemetery is in bull run Marina in Clifton It's on land that was owned by a farmer named John woodard in the early to mid 1800s He was a small farmer And that's probably why there's only 5 burials in that graveyard Read more at WTO P dot com Michelle bash WTO news A dedication ceremony for the new sign a scheduled for tomorrow afternoon at bull run Marina Symptoms including chest pain shortness of breath and fainting it may sound like a heart attack but it could also be what's commonly called a broken heart syndrome Doctors have been seeing more of it during the pandemic Talking about stress cardiomyopathy I've had it when patients have had an intense emotional arguments with their loved ones Doctor Sadiq saha with Kaiser permanente says physical stress also can trigger it He recently treated a case caused by someone nearly choking to death on food Just that physical and emotional sort of great stressor in their life But the heart condition is reversible They did fine after you know we did some testing We gave him some medication Christy king WTO P news Coming up next in money news Americans want meat not beyond meat It's 6 24 The I haven't really woken up until I've had my McDonald's breakfast deal And I know this is true because before breakfast I put my phone in the refrigerator and couldn't find the keys that were already in my hand Nothing gets the morning going like the first sip of an iced coffee Get any size in any flavor for 99 cents until 11 a.m. Price and participation may vary.

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"moscow times" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:22 min | 7 months ago

"moscow times" Discussed on WTOP

"And white Think red 6 15 in here's Dave Johnson Oh chances that capitals had them But not enough goals In fact only one a four one loss of rangers at one from Alex Ovechkin 32nd of the season with 62 seconds left They outshot the rangers last night 37 21 Maryland lost on the road to Indiana last night 74 64 problems with turnovers George sound now 17 trade losses lost at the fall D.C. United wants to go for goal and to get goals need service from the flanks on the right side Julian grassle at 13 assists last season Now Brad Smith joins a team in gentleman J Lucy ruston It gives us so many options It really does It makes a pitch big It makes it wide creates space in the middle for other technical players in there But they're deliveries as well It's a striker's dream And with bail her mead still in gold defenders like Steven burn bum Andy Hart Donovan pines It gives our attacking players the confidence to go and play with freedom knowing that they've got those players behind them It opens at home tomorrow against Charlotte my story on WTO dot com Phil Mickelson in the Saudi super golf league editor of golf today Matt ward puzzled by Mickelson stance against the PGA Tour That is a dictatorship That's a direct quote that it's obnoxiously greeting another direct quote The simple fact of it is the man himself has had a good living from the very thing that he's accusing of being out of touch with reality And now Mickelson stepping away but what does that mean More the next half hour Dave Johnson sports Thanks Dave Still to come on WTO we are now connected with Moscow times reporter Felix light He's on the ground in Moscow and he's got the latest on the Russia Ukraine crisis stick around It's 6 17 How many of you have lost weight only to gain it all back and then some Hyatt's Rita Kessler and I've been there But I've lost over 55 pounds with coper and I've kept it off for over a year This is the first program I've ever done that helps me keep that weight off Thanks to the support from my personal health coach Vanessa In fact the coaching is the thing that sets coper apart from all the others Vanessa helps me navigate things like going out to eat or when food shows up at the office unannounced I now feel like I'm in control in these situations thanks to her guidance Even better when I'm done with the program I'll have a coach for life because when you reach your goal you can visit coper for life for free check ins It's time to stop thinking about it and take control of your health Do what I and thousands.

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"moscow times" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"moscow times" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"At eight forty five. Am moscow time very precise statements from gazprom said. The link has now been finished. The state energy giant has finally finished the project after almost a decade delayed of course due to those us sanctions very controversial project backed by germany Eleven billion dollar project which america was very much against fears that it will increase russian leverage over not just germany but over the entire european continent very controversial in the east of europe Donald tusk the former head of the european council county leader of poland's biggest opposition party says that it is a mistake that results from selfish german interest. And he says he's against interest of the european union as a whole gazprom says he wants to start pumping gas through the pipe from the first of october. So we'll see what that does to the energy situation here in europe we will indeed you and thank you. That was bloomberg's you in pots. Join us hey. On the briefing. Finally on today's program we do indeed had to salon ebola in and to hear from the israeli born vancouver based artist and designer oma auto. Apple's famous for his multidisciplinary outlook which move seamlessly between the fields of art. Sculpture and architecture. Mortensen mainly evans has been talking to him about his approach to design and the creative process early on. I noticed that one of the most successful works that we've had called fourteen. Which is i guess. Fifteen years old now. The vision i had for it in my mind was so different than the way it actually ended up being executed for various reasons the realities of production and the material qualities of glass and the time constraints volved ended up being very different from what i initially imagined and much better and the ways that it was better surprising and directly related to the entrance a chemical and physical and mechanical properties of glass and so i was confronted by the fact that the best parts about this work. We're not designed and then had to have kind of honest conversation with myself and decide. That moment of surprise was worth pursuing. Since then we've structured the practice to really instigate or invite those moments of surprise from analog experimentation with materials now. We only have a very vague idea of of where we're going when we start an exploration and we're ready to turn at any moment in response to those sort of intuitive discoveries that we have with processor materials. I suppose how do you trust that process. Is it more because don't fifteen years with it. So you know we will get there. We will have a product at the end but i suppose there must be moments where the processes maybe very different to. How you. i thought you might go. How do you make sure you. You say that paul. And don't don't let that fair. Say i understand the question you're right. Many of the roads were blind alleys and the only way that this works is that i pursue numerous.

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"moscow times" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"moscow times" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

"When i was there and ninety six ninety seven so i played for both those teams And i also played believe it or not. In whose becca stan. Yeah one that surprise me. Yeah i lived in pakistan in one thousand nine hundred ninety one And i was walking past. I think one of the universities one point i saw a bunch of people playing baseball and i was so freaked out plays baseball and his biggest thing. It turned out they in. The school is fully cuban students because of the soviet union. There was that relationship and the cubans were playing baseball. They were awesome. you know. they're they're feeling like you know it was just beautiful to watch anyway. I ended up on that team and we played kinda like exhibition. It was like it was beck national baseball team. Believe it or not and we played exhibitions against countries like curious. Dan and stuff like that. So i was the only the only guy on there was like one other russian. Everybody else's cuban and it was me On that team okay. But then you end up in mongolia and you play basketball. You're actually like a professional basketball player. Mongolia so gimme a level of what we're at here What year what the hell was that. This was This is nineteen ninety. Six i was playing. I was Working for a paper called the moscow times in moscow. And i was playing street basketball moscow state university i. I met among lean kid We were playing ball and he said you know. There's a pro league in mongolia the the nba the mongolian basketball association. And he said it had the same rules as the nba. Twenty four second clock everything I was just like enthralled. I quit my job. The next day i went into the to my boss and i got a bag. Transsiberian railroad and went to mongolia Found the team got a tryout and my plan was to read a book about it I did play for most of the season For for this This team called the did unbought tour mountain eagles and I was noticed among in rodman. Believe it or not would they called you. Yeah yeah yeah. 'cause i i used to when i had here i'd i'd it and had like the red hair and a blonde goatee for awhile stuff like that used to get in fights and And i was leading league rebounding. Believe it or not one at one point. So how has the league like part of me. This is this is probably a dream of mine in the like in the thirties. Where you're like the worst professional league in the world and go play and get south. Yeah yeah exactly. Yeah i would say it was Maybe division to level right. So you're pretty good player. Then is so yeah. It was okay. I played i played it for played for bard college which is not he played in college. That is right right. Yeah i mean. I could play a little bit. I mean i wasn't. I wasn't terribly good but i i could at least hold my own with these guys that we had we had A couple of players in the league. I would say we're like good. You know there was one guy who played Who who is seven feet tall and he ended up playing somewhere in europe. I think maybe even against the globetrotters at one point or with the globetrotters And we had another kid who i think would have been a pretty good division one player. he was actually on our team but the rest of everybody else. We were just kind of you know. Pots basically is fun. Okay yeah. I mean look. This is an incredible life experience. People even say you did. This is impressive. what's the best story from it. Is there a moment where you were scared. you know maybe a a place in the road that you went to for twenty four hours in. It's never been the same. What's what's the best story that you tell your buddies from that year. Okay well there were a budget. Things number one My teammates and our walking down the street one day and we looked across the street and i saw like the biggest person i've ever seen in my entire life and he was. Let's this wrestler. Mongolians are like amazing wrestlers with they had the culture. They're completely obsessed with it. Actually barbaro just basketball or something. I got there as well for different reasons. But this was a wrestler. This guy named org you'll bold And he was like seven two maybe three hundred fifty pounds just like a massive person right and i said why is that guy not in the league you know and they said well you know. He's arrested. He doesn't know how to play basketball. Like who cares like you know. Just put him under the basket molded ends up and you know will will will never be scored on you know that. That was my idea. So we we. I convinced this guy me. This is my fault. I i went up to him and i convinced him to come in for the try to work out and It was it was a disaster. Like this guy. We were throwing the ball of his nose like he he literally could not catch the ball Could you know even if we put him on a stool. He couldn't get into the basket. Was it was unbelievable. It was really funny though like my head these dreams in my head. It's like discovering the asian shack and it didn't it didn't work out that way But yeah there were. There were a lot. There are lots of funny scenes You know i. I my owner. The owner of the team wants to drum up interest in the sport. Su he actually instructed me to get into fights With the opposition so that there will be stories in the newspaper so i would do stuff like pull the shorts down at the guys. I was covering and like you know it was hilarious. It was it was like the bad news bears or some bad sports movie. It was. It was really funny. Somebody must have clocked. You pretty good wants. Because i mean that that had to be really annoying especially considering american to guy. Yeah there were a couple. That i didn't i didn't end up You know on the best end of of of a little bit of a melee. Yeah there there were there were. She's scenes like that but mostly it was in good fun like the guy. The guy's mongolians have this kind of way about them where it's very. It's very normal for everybody. Go guys go out. Everybody gets drunk on The stuff that our which is like a relieve kinda rotgut vodka and it's like a rule. That's that friends and must get in some kind of serious fight by the end of the night and then they forget about it by morning so that that was part of the culture there is you. You end up beating each other up at some point and It was a really fun. Time i should. I should someday write a book about it. Probably but it something. I i wanna know more. Hey that is matt taibbi again for those. That joined us for this check it out. Hey inc i loved the book Because i just think that you're just trying to like. Hey let's is what's happening and there's there's no leading the witness on the way in here to tell you what's up so Again check out useful idiots podcast as well so thanks man..

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"moscow times" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"moscow times" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"From the record warm Gulf of Mexico, Whether in temperature whiplash scenarios that is the fruit of the weather Terrorists. Northern California is so bone dry that many will likely soon have their speak. It's shut off. Junior and watch the door has been sounding the alarm about this for well over a decade, and even now, it seems most are content pretending nothing is wrong. Search the Engineer. Drought Catastrophe Target California article to learn more Better yet. Search the entire engineering drought section on the home page of judging watch dot or G'kar Governor Gavin Newsom knows full well that the climate engineering operations are cutting off California's rain. Newsome knows California's the dry ice. It has been for over 1200 years based on paleo data and curling toward what will likely be the most extreme fire season ever. What's nuisance response to drastically cut Firefighting crews and never forget every single highly toxic climate injury. Nano particle that is sprayed into our skies settles down to the surface where we get to inhale the bio available and bio accumulative material. I'm almost out of time for this broadcast. Fewer headlines this one on chemical ice new creation cloud seeding from last week Freezing rain and hail stones killed 21 ultramarathon runners in China. When have you ever heard a headline like that? But what's the temperatures like in other parts of the world? In the Moscow Times of Resources. Russian Arctic temperatures now hotter than in Mediterranean Don't hear much about that on US Mainstream news doing another headline. Extreme Heat forms across Arabian Peninsula after record Russian heat Wave Experiencing temperatures there by the way up to 122 F now and it's still spring. Another headline. Noah's climate data raises questions about what's normal for temperatures. Noah's the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Have addressed this over and over on this broadcast. Total temperature skewing to the downside, not the upside and they make normal. Hotter than ever used to be by taking the most recent bracket of temperatures, which is hotter and hotter and hotter there, skewing the temperatures radically and deceiving. The public has to quit. Normal actually is the planet is in total meltdown, and they're doing everything they can to hide that fact. Another headline. A real hot spot study shows Arctic warming three times faster than the rest of the Earth. That's an understatement. Next headline Parts of green that may be on the verge of tipping point knew. Early warning signals detected understatement past the tipping point long ago..

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"moscow times" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"moscow times" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And he provided press TV with with this Just dripping anti American four minute op ed that they had play Wednesday, a bear the scam that is American democracy. Not that they needed him. But President Rouhani eyes still gloating over so called fragmented American democracy, close quote. Um and the Moscow Times. Uh, according to the rite, quoted the Russian Foreign Ministry. The events in Washington show that the U. S electoral process is archaic. The United States will never again be able to tell the world that we are the paragon of democracy. The U. S denounced as illegitimate the presidential elections in Belarus, Bolivia and Venezuela. Close quote, So I hate it when they do have a point, and unfortunately the remedy Is not something that benefits Democrats of time to be done. And the remedy get America to a place federally, where the average American trust the federal vote because it's not appear Republican disease, So we're not. We don't trust the The vote. There's loads of Republican counties where Democrats are claiming that the voting machines were rigged or whatever you just said they don't they don't get one second on MSNBC. So they were making out what should be the most basic thing. The blood that should circulate through a healthy democracy should be belief in the vote, and in fairness and honesty of the vote on by that has cancer right now. And they're portraying it as a crazy right wing. You must be a Maga hat wearing Trump bumper. If you think there's a problem with the vote, and for me, I believe that most of these counties got it right. What? I also believe what I know is that there's a pretty critical mass of Americans. That don't believe they got it right? And you really have to address that. Except that right now, that doesn't benefit Democrats. So if you want that resolved You're looking at the wrong upcoming four years and the one The only thing you can do it would be if you're a moderate, or if you're a Democrat, tell your Congress persons tell Tell the Democrat elected officials at your justice concerned as Republican because there right now. They're painting anybody who just says you know what? Maybe showing. An idea to vote isn't such a bad idea that suddenly you're a fascist Capitol Hill, Nancy Pelosi office, a defecated er or something, but all right back in a second and see Dark secret place. Bryce is here until 11 key. If I am 6 40 live everywhere on the I heart radio app plaudits.

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"moscow times" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"moscow times" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"It's in here until 11 on next hour, a deep dive into a thought provoking article in New York magazine. A very, very liberal anti Trump magazine anti conservative magazine that is speculating. What are the odds that the entire covert pandemic is traced back to a lab accident in Wuhan, China? Um, And the guy makes a compelling case compelling enough that then because of the source, for one thing, you know it wasn't in national review or right wing daily or whatever it's in the New York magazine. Another New Yorker doesn't liberal, but any might S O. How did Wednesday look around the world? And guess what? China is exploiting this. To their own benefit. Oddly enough, because you understand while you're fighting for your perceived disenfranchisement, or whatever you think that 72 million votes should be enough to win or whatever you're fighting for. China is fighting against democracy. We're fighting against the inherent instability of what happens when you let people vote for their leaders. As Winston Churchill said. Democracy is the worst form of government unless compared to all others. Because it's ugly. That's what debate is its ugly. What happened Wednesday was Ugly. Not is. I believe the civil war but damn ugly and it was so preventable. It was just so so stupidly unnecessary, so absolutely unnecessary. Um, but from Iran to North Korea to China. Here's what you know It's stinging to me and I'll read this to you. What's more stinging to me, then what the Chinese are, the Iranians say is what our allies say. Anyway. This is from an Israeli source. Debka America's foes crowed happily over Wednesday's riots on Capitol Hill while its allies mourned Iranian President Hassan Rouhani. Said. Quote what we saw shows above all, how fragile and vulnerable Western democracy is. I hope the whole world and the next occupants of the White House will learn from a close quote. The Russian foreign ministers for ministry spokesperson said quote the events in Washington show that the U. S electoral process is archaic. United States will never again be able to tell the world that we are the paragon of democracy, Close quote Moscow Times. Three U. S gets kind of democracy champion overseas quote The US denounced as a legitimate the presidential elections in Belarus, Bolivia and Venezuela. But I mean, yeah, you here you should feel offended, deeply offended. That Moscow the government of Russia is saying the United States will never again be able to tell the world that we are the paragon of democracy, Close quote. So that's where you're at. But that's because we don't have to show I d to vote because we just had this 60 day. Roman circus. Of that winds up with a leak call with the president on speaker phone with the governor. Georgia at the secretary of state of Georgia to guys so Republican I don't even think they'd be allowed to get off a plane in California. And here is the president asking if they can find 11,780 votes or or what, who clearly just doesn't understand the process. On Because the Iranians are saying this, the Chinese are spiking the football because again the Chinese air anti democratic well while you're rioting. To interfere with the constitutionally mandated certification of electoral votes in Hong Kong. There, black bagging pro democracy people. Okay, if if the United States can provide an example Then what the hell Good are way. I'm really, honestly mean that there's there's a higher purpose to the United States, and it's not. It's not just enriching you and and again. I don't do this often, but maybe it's because I did help build democracies in other countries. That I saw how special we are, and that we do have that higher purpose. That's that's why I get kind of irritated When I don't hear Americans who think we're exceptional. We are exceptional. If you don't think we're exceptional, it's probably because you haven't traveled Because we are exceptional and this is why we're exceptional. And that's why on Wednesday people who Support the military support police or support the second Amendment. Did something really, really stupid on? That's why I'm really hard on my side. If Antifa we're doing this I called him out. But I wouldn't be surprised on Keith are destroying Portland because people on their side of the political aisle are tolerating it. And that makes us look stupid, too. Because the tolerance of any kind of protest is not a virtue. If if you re read the First Amendment, you'll notice the word peaceably. Peaceably to assemble. That's what they interested in 17, 81 and 17 76, apparently not Wednesday, and apparently all year long, All of 2020 in Portland. That peaceful protest is what the First Amendment is supporting. So that made us look stupid. And then on Wednesday that protest that turned into organized vandalism and selfie taking looks to the rest of the world like the Russian army. Uh, kicking garbage about Or Google Chavez, staging a coup and taking over Venezuela or Castro or or whomever, um, in China. The Internet. Thompson America's plate Come comparing the quote. Beautiful sight. Close Quote of the Rampage in D C to the chaotic anti government protests in 2019. In Hong Kong, European leaders were less amused. In Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel said those who stormed the U. S legislature or Attackers and writers and that she felt angry and also sad. She has a sad U. K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson condemned the disgraceful scenes. Emmanuel Macron in France quote when in one of the world's oldest democracy, supporters of an outgoing president take up arms to challenge the legitimate results of an election. A universal idea that of one person. One vote is undermine Close quote. Scott Morrison of Australia condemn. Be distressing scenes. Yeah, and.

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"moscow times" Discussed on The Michael Cheney Show

The Michael Cheney Show

08:14 min | 2 years ago

"moscow times" Discussed on The Michael Cheney Show

"The sixty to seventy nine year old age group in the UK how many died with on on the line, serious condition, nine, thousand, seven, hundred, seventy, eight with covert again. We've got no way of knowing if they would die anyway from the underlying condition. They have if Cohen worse than they are not. We don't know how many people have six age sixty seventy, nine without any preexisting conditions died with covert, only five, hundred, fifty one in. In the forty to fifty nine age group, two hundred and fifty five people died with non-aligned conditions twenty to thirty, nine, hundred thirty two naught to nineteen years old, only three people now I. Add these quickly my head. You're looking about two thousand. Sorry one thousand, my mistake. One thousand three hundred people died in the UK England wiles only one thousand three hundred people died from a with covert, not from ovid with covert with no pre existing conditions not. One thousand three hundred off, see every death is tragic. We know that. Oversee series and every life is valued, however the figures that they're giving us forty thousand is well. That's saying now full. Thousand Cova deft sounds the figure that it's been bandied around. UK Forty Thousand Cova deaths. Way Second. Let's just put the brakes on here. Okay screech to a halt fourteen thousand Tovia desk. What does that mean it means? There's forty thousand people have died with covid. We now have a percentage of those will not even have been tested. The DOT has been pond pressure to mark Muskovich. We know from this data that the vast majority of those will have at least one on the lying condition series underlying condition. Condition like cancer like kidney infection like serious heart disease, and we know that many of them will have to conditions or more so is the fourteen thousand people have died with cove in the UK and again proportionately these figures have been repeated in Italy unlikely in other countries as well forty thousand, the government's died with Covid, only thirteen hundred have died with Kovic that. That had no pre existing conditions, not existing conditions now thirteen hundred deaths versus forty thousand s is a big difference, even with forty thousand deaths is, has it been worth shutting down the entire economy shutting down the entire state of the world for this number of deaths in the UK possibly science opened the debate, even though we know all of the tested almost all of. Of them have awesome underlying condition, but if they say look actually is only killed thirteen hundred people that have no no conditions for healthy people. The risk is virus small amount. This this is dated May reluctantly have been released into his most people. Don't even catch it those that catch. Most people don't get symptoms those that kept symptoms. Most people don't get anything that's. Worth worrying about those that do get something that worried about at they recover home. Those that don't go tossed, but most of those that goes hospital. Get released the minority of those that don't get released dunk end up in ICU, the tiny minority that was doing I see most of those get out of ICU and is a tiny fraction of that got you I see that sadly die as he can see from these numbers. It's almost always people in age group that got pre existing conditions. So this is just not at all what they've been telling. The is by any stretch of the imagination. Ninety? Nine percent of covid nineteen deaths had pre existing serious illnesses according to a report from the Italian health organizations health themselves ninety nine percent ninety nine percent. So, we've got to bear this in mind now. was something that was leaked over in Denmark This is something I find on the local, which is a Danish publication and it says the following quote. The Danish Health Authority continues to consider the COVID nineteen cannot be described as generally dangerous disease, as it does not have, either usually serious cools or a high mortality rate at the same time. It continues this piece at the same time. Emails leaked to the Extra Bladet newspaper showed how much twentieth new calculation showing the reproduction. Reproduction remember this is the arm number. How many people are one personal spread to the reproduction number in Denmark was two point one considerably lower than the two point six previously estimated. It was held back because they were quote not desired politically. So this is a story that's just breaking in Denmark. Basically the scientists have said look the all numbers going down. It's not three. It's not one person spreading to three people. It's now two point one. The politician said don't release information. It's not something that we want to do. Politically they than the politicians then went on record. They rounded up two point six fifty. It wasn't even two point six, actually two point one, but a rounded up the two point six, and said at the moment one person's giving it to three people, so I gives it to three people. Those three people will give it to three more on your Saami left with a situation. Where you can have you know hundreds of people infected because we have this infection rate of three, it moment complete lie, okay. This has been leaked by the Health Organization the Health Authority in Denmark saying. This is the figures that we have. The politicians told us not to publish it. Over in Germany. There a piece that was released again. This is something that the government is a scientists at least have been researching. They'd come up with all the. and. It was actually the interior ministry I believe. This was something I found on off Guardian. said the following quote earlier this month on May ninth a report of. Pieces written a report was leaked to the German alternate media. Magazine tinctures I'm Blake. Title Analysis of Crisis Management The report was commissioned by the German Department of Interior. But then it's findings were ignored prompting one of the authors to release it through. Channels! So they'd sat people to set their own staff to go and research the management of the crisis. Look into the data. Look at what was happening. They came back with their findings. The findings were ignored, so they leaked it the people that came up with this report, and did all the research. League the information, and this is what they said. Quote the dangerousness. Dangerousness of covid nineteen was overestimated probably at no point. Did the danger posed by the new virus? Go beyond the normal level. The danger is obviously no greater than that of many other viruses. There is no evidence that this was more than a false alarm. During the corona crisis, the state has proved itself as one of the biggest producers of fake news hello. How much of this stuff do we need to see? K I've probably done twenty episodes on this so far not with opinion, not with his say. Guesswork or Just pulling theories out my ass. Hard data from scientists professors people doing the research saying this whole thing is a huge con and we're seeing more and more and more of a day after day after day. And this is a this is a breaking story now in Germany this a been leaked out. This information, the Russian, the I mean just get these guys official title. This is the Russia Russian head of Corona. A voiceover information I want to say the words. I know whenever I said it would acquire the videos that I. put out the podcast plant get deleted something to try to avoid saying that Russia's head of flu information Alexander. Mass Nicole off. He was doing an. An interview on video. He told the cameras had stopped rolling. And this is what he said. This was from the Moscow times quote in an interview. The added Wednesday may ask Nick off gestured for the cameras to start running, and.

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"moscow times" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"moscow times" Discussed on KTOK

"About the Kremlin Russia place to play to person right now is about one fifteen Moscow time this thing is going very well glad I promise you he he's probably stand up watching us right now lance morning then that's exactly what the intelligence agencies think is going on the Sanders campaign said Putin is helping him a plans to open a primary and I don't think Sanders wants help the only reason I think why would Vladimir Putin be helping Bernie Sanders of course because she wanted on trump to win our city or go you are not a trump to wait what is gonna help Sanders because Carl is so sure the trump will beat Sanders even though I remember twenty sixteen when everybody was Joe shore except for a lot of people in this audience everybody was so sure that Hillary was going to be trump so the so the Russians are making these picks based on certainty that there's no way they could have because even the people following this most closely in this country don't have it she ended their assuming omniscience it's absurd they're assuming all missions on the other side because it plays into what they want to believe our political pundit class is just covering itself in dishonor and people shouldn't trust you should listen shouldn't trust them anymore you should just trust individuals that you have a record of history with that you know what they believe you know what they have stood for and they also in for some degree of of self accountability the democratic establishment has learned nothing in the last three years they change nothing and now they're afraid of Sanders is if they didn't see Sanders coming what I think happened in twenty sixteen but all that's right Putin now will help Sanders as if you really could help center he he's gonna help Sanders because Putin so sure that trump will beat Sanders because Putin so short that trump is a better person for the United do better for him to work with as a president I'd states these are all massive assumptions this is flimsy analysis the entire mainstream media's running around parenting this.

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Russia to ban entry of Chinese nationals to halt virus

All Things Considered

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Russia to ban entry of Chinese nationals to halt virus

"Russia says it will temporarily banned Chinese nationals from entering the country made the corona virus outbreak in China this now infected some seventy three thousand people agree signed by the Russian prime minister says the entry ban goes into effect Thursday at midnight Moscow time officials say the ban was approved a worsening epidemiological situation in China meanwhile Germany says it was sent to China second shipment of medical aid supplies to fight the epidemic the ship it will also include protective gear and disinfectants viruses killed almost nineteen hundred people in mainland China and five elsewhere including one in

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"moscow times" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:51 min | 3 years ago

"moscow times" Discussed on KGO 810

"From the Moscow times this is Reuters rushes make thirty one K. interceptor Jack carried out a test of the can juggle dagger hypersonic missile in Russia is part of the arctic earlier this month according to tass the report came a day after the Danish intelligence service warned of an intensifying geo political rivalry in the years freezing north the test took place in mid November said tass the mid make thirty one K. interceptor took off from the old in out all in gore's airfield in northern Amman screech and fired the missile against the ground target in the pan boy training ground ground and rushes arctic coming region tass reported no further detail they are very good evening to you what is a hypersonic missile why is Russia testing it now what is the mission good evening to you good evening to you and Gordon and merry Christmas and happy new year and happy Hanukkah AT hypersonic speed system is something because twenty times the speed of sound show that's the difference between what we used to know a couple of two or three times the speed of sound would come out twenty of the Russians have been building low yield nuclear hypertonic cable systems the Chinese on the other hand are much further advanced than that and they have them in the thousands but their crime like conventional the problem is they fly two hi or the raid on the ground to see it too low for the satellites to see so we need space based sensors and the defense bill that just passed added a hundred and fifty million dollars to that we also need to build defenses but as I told you earlier a hundred percent perfect offense just get you back even so you need offense of both retaliatory and preemptive capabilities they ask me what's Russia up to they want to do is part of what it calls escalate to win meeting he'll hit you so quick and so fast that you won't be able to react in a lock to stand down and he wants to take one or two of the Baltics and then say to the world he NATO is worthless you can't defend its own members and the United States is no longer the leader of the free world now it's time to make your arrangements with Russia as I said China is also in this game in a very very big way they want to push is beyond what are called the first and second I would change in the Pacific therefore they can go after Taiwan with impunity and this Michael Griffin the deputy this sector defense who handles this stuff said just recently this is the consequential as using nuclear weapons you don't have to use the court to the case of China and what they want to do in China is Vichy eight three maritime access and as you know since Gropius back of what the seventeenth century the scene has been critical to the development of freedom liberty prosperity in the world and that's what the Chinese want to undo that is enormously consequential as everybody is now recognizing but as Gordon said earlier we are behind because after the end of the Cold War we went to sleep on space was sleep on nuclear weapons and missile defense and hypersonic some other things like cyber or new technologies that we also didn't recognize are really important we would do some work on it that would stop the work the teams would be disbanded and then the year to go by and we do it so Congress is that about four hundred million dollars to space based sensors space based missile interceptors that can do go after after sonics an offense you capabilities they also have put in the five year plan dozens of test of the system so we're catching up no we are behind either this is technology that was first developed by the United States so what you're saying what is essentially that China and Russia are now two three five years ahead of us with an a concept and technology that we Americans developed but yet now we have no defenses for the weapons that Moscow and Beijing have built you're exactly right actors looking at that time line we we at the national institute published a bar book called hyper sonic weapons in US national security a twenty percent true breakthrough and it was written in January two thousand sixteen and there was a chart in there in the very first hypersonic development test was done by Lockheed Martin back in nineteen fifty eight so we basically have a five part problem we have to commit the money you have to have a smart acquisition probably program we have to bring everything ready to go put the feet field and deploy and build we don't have that test facilities kidnapping everything but more than anything we have to keep the professional team together rather than doing these little things and disbanding them so you're right we are behind a technology that we developed but that is not unlike some other things as well Sir Peter we've got thirty seconds is the Pentagon aware of this gap do they talk it yes Michael Griffin is the deputy secretary of defense this is his family where it is his number one priority along with nuclear deterrence as the as the department and the other thing is the United States Congress gets it so you were lucky that we have both Congress and the and the department of defense you ministration in particular on the same page in terms of going as fast as we can to close that gap and then build the things we need to take Hussey garden Chang I'm John bachelor in traffic.

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