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"mr son" Discussed on Racing Post
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Why a Chinese Billionaire Is Jailed for 18 Years
"You might think that picking quarrels and provoking trouble is a bad character trait. But in China, it's a charge often used against activists and has been again to devastating effect. Shindo, who is a prominent billionaire, and he has been found guilty of the aforementioned behavior for which he has been sentenced to 18 years in prison. This is the latest in a string of punishments against outspoken corporate bosses. Let's talk about this brand of authoritarian capitalism with Professor Steve Sang, who is director of the China Institute at the University of London. Welcome to the program. Let's hear a little bit more about this man first, who who started out with 50 pigs in 1000 chickens and went on to employ many thousands of people is an agricultural entrepreneur. You're absolutely right. He is one of those really impressive Chinese entrepreneurs. And unusually, he is an entrepreneur with a big heart. So, yes, he made a fortune in agri business. He, in effect created a small tongue of his business, where he generally advertised that he is treating his people very well, indeed. And none of that seemed to upset the Chinese authorities for some time, Indeed, they were quite pleased with him. What was it was it his big heart that led him to fall foul of the authorities? Well, his big heart certainly can be a bit of a problem. And of course, Mr Son is also a Communist Party member. Now what has change is not so much how Mr Son is behaving. But how the Communist Party itself is changed. Before she Jinping. They even at different stages, put him as put Mr Shin out assets as an example of how Chinese capitalists are behaving.
"mr son" Discussed on 600 WREC
"15 minutes could save you 15% or more meals. Radio 1055. We are C list and a contributor to Fox News. And let me just given up there. What's going on in Washington, D. C in the UN Peach mint, Jamie Raskin, as has been handling the case of the Democrats. They're running videos that puts the president at the center of Ugly Actions in D. C and 140 cops injured and they're saying now seven people killed and and so they're painting it as ugly as they possibly can. And, um Patrick Leahy is overseeing this I did check Hey, is not in fact, the Supreme Court chief justice. So he is, in fact, not the person who actually overseas and impeachment trial That would be in fact, the chief justice So continues to be impeachment, and we'll keep you up to date on that. I asked you a tough question. Molly before the break, there's a lot of things to fix. But you are optimistic. I'm optimistic in your mind. What are the top three things that you could That you would do to address the problems in America and get us back on track. Thought I loved thinking about it. I always think the most important position in the country is the baseball commissioner. So sometimes I true, but what I would do if I were ever based here, But it has nothing to do with baseball. I mean, some of them do, But they're a lot like, you know, Make sure people don't drive in the left hand lane at a slower pace than people in other lands. But this seems more serious. So I s I had fun thinking about it. Now I do think I am a religious person. And I do think that if people return to some more religious practice that would be good for the country. I was think of John Adams talking about the Constitution on Lee being suited for a moral people, and we seem to have lost some of our way that way. Similarly, I think A really important thing for people to do is is formed. Families get married and have babies and then raise those Children. Well, you know, we look at all these massive problems we have at the federal level, and we think we can't control them. And that's actually kind of true and what we can control our own. Passions and our own families. And and these are things that are very good to focus on. And you have far more effect on people by raising Children and doing your best with that, Then you know them worrying about what's happening thousands of miles away, but I also think we should get rid of social media. Perhaps I think you look at how social media has has caused people's worst impulses to be on display. Um and really make people mean toward their neighbor and also now in particular that conservatives are being banned from social media platforms. That seems particularly dangerous to allow these things to continue unabated. I have many ideas, but those were three that come to mind, by the way you gosh, This is crazy. I talk all the time about returning to a per life and I was in a prayer group tonight and we prayed for the nation. I don't know a thing about the politics in the room. I mean, it's north Idaho, so I can guess, but I don't know. And it was one of the most beautiful prayers have ever seen in this program. So I'm so pleased that she didn't just go to government. I would go to to government steps I would go to treat the ballots like we treat cards in casinos. If we treat the balance like you treat a card casino, there's an eye in the sky. Open it up to crowd sourcing. Let everybody in the country watched the recounts in the disputed ballots. Go back to a paper system. Give everybody a receipt for how they vote, and then let them go check to see if their receipt matches what they actually bought. Did you get a receipt for the candidate you bought Or did you get a receipt for something else? So those who steps I would take? I want to take some phone calls. Sure you okay, taking calls? I assume you are gonna love this right? When I say That is a brilliant thing, and we might we have to do it. We have to have transparency in the system. There is no confidence in the way that we're doing elections right now, nor should there be because of how sloppily they're being done. You can build confidence and it's very important that people have that or you're not gonna have much acceptance of election results. I mean, it's very important for the country that both sides can feel confident. No. See, this is the thing that gets me Molly is that you are very learned in person. So I assume you know why the scoring system for tennis was invented. You know why they did it that way. No. The Royals wanted us little people to be able to watch them play their game, but they didn't want us to be able to play it ourselves just scored ourselves. So they created the 15 love. They created this scoring methods where you could wait, but who's ahead? Oh, on Lee. The Royals know who's ahead and look at the country. And we tend to make these things so complicated that although we need the tabulation machines because we don't have a man enough manpower to do it, etcetera. No Las Vegas. You know, Molly, you and I could take a trip to Las Vegas or better yet, if we could go to like a mesquite, Nevada, where they play a single deck shoe, I can count into those so I can count into a single deck shoe. But they will eventually catch me and tossed me out of the casino because they'll catch the pattern if we would simply take that technology in that zeal, Or maybe Molly. Maybe. Let's just take all the ballots and count them in casinos. So my point is, they always want to make this stuff super complicated when we've got the text sitting here, right do you do with okay? This is a tough question, because it requires something supposition on your behalf. So let's get to it. Let's get to some calls, because I could talk to Molly all day. Let's talk to Nikki in Hartland, Wisconsin. You're on with Mollie Hemingway. Fox News, the federalists. Hi, Nikki. Hi. Hi, Miss Hemmingway. Um, there's been charges that have exposed the fact that this was planned back in Christmas time off the letter for Mr Son, the former head of the Capitol. Police also exposes that He warned the People answer. They're like Nancy Pelosi and them that and Mr Blunt and others he listed in this letter that this was coming and nobody asks them. Why did why didn't they do something about it? Why didn't say bring in the national Guard? Like like Mr Sunder asked them to do It is such a good question, and I have lived in the DC area for decades, and I've covered a ton of Protests and rallies and marches and riots. And I've kind of gotten used to how they go. And one of the things that you frequently see is a very heavy police presence. And even for the trump rallies that were held throughout the fall. You saw a heavy police presence at every single intersection of people marched, you know someone quite past the Supreme Court. And on January 6th. One of the first things that struck me was just how eerie it felt that there were no police there. It was a massive crowd at the White House. Hundreds of thousands of people very large and they then you know later there was the situation in the capital.
"mr son" Discussed on KCRW
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"mr son" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"mr son" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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"mr son" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Become majority leader. January 21st Senator Chuck Schumer, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi asked whether she planned to take action against the House sergeant at arms. Fuck you were talking about firing 30 in arms over there. Are you thinking of similar step over the year? What do you do to address the security breaches on the Capitol? Well, let me just say that that is very important question. Let me hold for a moment because it is not If we have to do the after action review I have. I am calling for the resignation of the capital, the chief of the Capitol police, Mr Son and I have received notice from Mr Irving that he is will be submitting his resignation. And we said that we have the after action review, but it goes beyond the Capitol police that goes to the FBI. What was what was the shortcoming in their intelligence that they provided it goes to the Department of Defense. How long did it take for them to respond or anticipate the need for the National Guard? It goes to many other elements. Of the executive branch, and and I think we have to have a full review. But from the standpoint of Let me just say this, many of our Capitol police just acted so gracefully. And so with such concern for the staff for the members for the capital for the capital of the United States, many of the men and they deserve our gratitude. But there was a failure of leadership at the top of the Capitol police and I think, Mr Sun Hey, he hasn't even called us since this happened, you know, so I hadn't made aware that I would be saying that we're calling for his resignation. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Capitol Police chief Stephenson says an employee responsible for fatally shooting a writer outside the U. S House chamber has been placed on administrative leave and is under investigation. The woman who was shot and killed has been identified as 35 year old Ashley Babbitt of California. The Metropolitan Police of Washington. D. C also responded and assisted at the Capitol complex on Wednesday and today, Washington D. C Mayor Muriel Bowser said. What happened was obviously a failure or You wouldn't have had police line's breached and people terrorizing Congress. She also said immediate reforms are needed. First, we must get statehood on the president's desk within the 1st 100 days of the 117th Congress, Congress must immediately transfer command of the District of Columbia National Guard from the president of the United States. And put it squarely under the command and control of the mayor of the District of Columbia. The Congress must create a nonpartisan commission toe understand that catastrophic security failures that happened at the Capitol on January 6 2021 both to hold people accountable. And to ensure that it never happens again. We must also understand why the federal law enforcement response was much stronger at the protest over the summer. Then during yesterday's attack on Congress, I also call on the Joint Terrorism Task force to investigate arrest and prosecute any individual who entered the capital destroyed property or inside it. Acts of domestic terrorism observed yesterday more Imedi. Lately. We know that the current president must be held accountable, but this unprecedented attack on our democracy. What happened yesterday is what he wanted to happen. And we must not underestimate the damage he going to to our nation and our democracy over the next two weeks, and it's not just the president who must be held accountable, so too must The domestic terrorists who stormed the capital and threatened members of Congress. What happened yesterday is textbook terrorism. Let me Read you. A definition is from the Federal Code of Regulations is defined as the unlawful use of force and violence against persons or property to intimidate or curse, a government, the civilian population or any segment there of and furtherance of political or social objectives. The FBI has already set up a website where Americans can report tips. And today MPD is releasing its own look out information. Any tips that are reported to MPD will also be shared with the FBI. So I encourage Washingtonians who can provide information to do so by texting 50. 41150411 or by calling 2027279099. Washington D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser at a news conference today, the acting U. S attorney General Jeffrey Rosen promises that those who ransacked the Capitol building will be caught and prosecuted, his statement reads. Department of Justice is committed to ensuring that those responsible for this attack on our government and the rule of law face the full consequences of their actions under the law. Has mentioned President Donald Trump has no public events today. But the White House press secretary killing McEneaney did make a statement in the White House briefing room. I am here to deliver this message on behalf of the entire White House. Let me be clear. The violence we saw yesterday at our nation's Capitol was appalling, reprehensible and antithetical to the American way, way condemn. It's the president and this administration in the strongest possible terms. Is unacceptable and those that broke the law should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. I stood here at this podium the day after a historic church burned amid violent riots. And I said this First Amendment guarantees the right of the people to peaceably Assemble. What we saw last night in Washington and across the country was not that end quote. Make no mistake what we saw yesterday afternoon and the halls of our capital, likewise was not that Way grieved for the loss of life and those injured and we hold them in our prayers and close to our hearts. At this time. We thank our valiant law enforcement officers who are true American heroes. What we saw yesterday was a group of violent rioters undermining the legitimate First Amendment rights of the many thousands who came to peacefully have their voices heard in our nation's capital, those who violently besieged our capital. Are the opposite of everything This administration stands for the core value of our administration is the idea that all citizens have the right to live and safety, peace and freedom. Those who are working in this building are working to ensure an orderly transition of power. Now it is time for America to unite to come together to reject the violence that we have seen. We are one American people under God. Thank you very much violence in the White House briefing room late Thursday afternoon..
"mr son" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Telephone number is six. So free to 836160. That's 6032836160. If you would like to join the conversation. Talk about anything that's on your mind in the studio tonight. It is myself the captain. It's Ian. And nobody And we are here to bring you the program. And as such, I thought we would kick things off tonight. Uh, this came from several different hosts in show prep today. Julian a sandwich. UK judge blocks extradition of Wikileaks founder to the United States. Suspect mean they're going to cut him loose, or they're just gonna hold him in prison there for the rest of his life for nothing. Good question. That's a great question near as I can tell from my breeze through this article from the BBC. This is merely a pause. It is not. It is not like the UK is, you know, stepped in and said Let's see if that By this point, I would just be like, why don't you take me out and shoot me behind the chemical shed and we can all save ourselves a lot of trouble. It's interesting. You say that having not read the article because The reason the U. K judge gave for pausing. This particular extradition is because he's concerned that Mr Hassan's will commit suicide. If extradited to the United States. He does not trust the United States. You know, I mean, actually commit suicide or get suicide Well. These things could be interpreted between the lines. I think he thought there was supposed to be a rule in the UK that said they're not allowed to extradite somebody to a place where they could possibly face the death penalty. They can't extradite somebody who they expect to face the death penalty. But there have been times for example, when in order to get an extradition The United States has has has has had to agree not to execute the person in question. Interesting As that happened. I don't know that a sands was ever Was there ever any West eccentric death penalty for he couldn't be facing treason. He's not even an American. You can't commit treason against a country that Isn't your country. That's what you would think he's looking to 2020 years 2021 now if he's not even a change of trees, and he's charged with aiding in some kind of computer crime, like helping break a password. So if he's not even in America, and how is an extradition even possible shouldn't be well. You can extradite anybody anywhere and you know if Well, let's let's put it in. Ah, in a different context. If he had broken into therapy and help somebody break a password, so that that person, could I, you know. Um, could, uh, defraud. Ah little old ladies home or something Do they have? Yeah, I guess I do. Uh, you know, then certainly there would be no question that he would be extraditable for that, Um, because it was Connected to a crime in the United States. The things the thing that makes this different is that the thing that it was connected to in the United States wasn't a crime. It was somebody doing their actual duty, which is to ignore the law. And the law is wrong. Um and and wiki leaks, of course, the popular website that In my opinion doing journalism right where the journalists weren't what Andre, although that's something I mean, your average journalist, I think will certainly know that if they assist somebody in breaking into a computer to get a to get a that doesn't belong to them, Tolo. Get a piece of information and they get caught it that they're going to be in some trouble. Right? Um, So this article This is from the BBC dot com And we have a couple of different uh, you know, news articles just tow. Make sure that we get the gist of what this is about. This goes on to say Wikileaks founder Julian Assange cannot be extradited to the United States, according London has ruled the judge blocked the request because of concerns over Mr Sanchez, mental health and risk of suicide in the U. S. Said that introductory path passage it least and I know frequently the small print takes away with the big print gives, but that doesn't sound like a temporary stay of the word blocked doesn't sound Like paused to me, Right s O now, Of course, he could be reversed by somebody else. That's always a possibility in the court system. It seems to me and we'll go on, you know, and see what the article but if memory serves There is some sort of a bit where, like they're looking for some sort of assurance from the United States that he's okay, so that would be a temporary stay. Then. If that if they're if they have a demand, we'll see how it pans out between these two things. Mr Assante, who is wanted over the publication of thousands of classified documents. In 2010 and 2011 says the case is politically motivated. Expressing disappointment at the ruling, the U. S Justice Department noted that it's legal arguments had prevailed. See, I think he would be better off extradited and the reason I think that is because I don't think an American jury would convict him. You don't think he'd get Epstein He might cause that I'm with you on sort of reading between the lines here when the judge says he's concerned about Mr Sanders, mental Health and risk of suicide in the U. S. You know it doesn't you know, I don't know if that's a direct quote from the judge or not, But if it is that makes me think he's like, First of all, Mr Assan, just in bad mental health. Second of all, I'm worried about the risk of suicide in the U. S. Now whether or not that's he's saying I'm worried about Mr Sons is risk of committing suicide or I'm worried about the potential of quote suicide. Unquote in the U. S is a whole different story. It's hard to say, because he would have access to lots of information from the jail that of course, we do not It's the position of the U. S that the leaks broke the law and endangered lives. While we are extremely disappointed in the court's ultimate action or ultimate decision, we are gratified that the United States prevailed on every point of law raised, the Justice Department said. The U. S. Authorities have 14 days in which to lodge an appeal and are expected to Okay, so it's an appeal. If it's being appealed, then it's a decision. Mm hmm. Yeah. Mr Sands will now be taken back to Belmarsh Prison where he's being held in a full application for his bail will be made on Wednesday, maybe concave so he may actually get out. That would be the biggest. The biggest good sign is you know, if he was actually walking the street again somewhere, I would I think that if he does hit the street again, they're unlikely to re arrest him and extradite him, really, even in great Britain. Yeah, I would be. I would be surprised just because it politically they don't want to close that can of worms and then open it again. People will be irate. It's interesting that they would be putting him out on bail because you know they they they have Y for it. So you whether or not it's granted is a whole different story. But I thought that they had no reason to hold him with the exception of this extradition. Oh so well, it will. Sometimes they hold you pending. The state's appeal, depending on and and British love course, is going to be different than ours. But during an appeal, they'll let him out on bail. Where's prior to that? They wouldn't Yeah, well during the other side's appeal, they they're more likely to let him out of out on bail than, uh, That's why I'm saying his appeal of Ah, He's not gonna feel this. This was just a precision. Yeah, well, his lawyer Ed Fitzgerald told the court there would be evidence to show Mr Sun would not abscond. Okay, so apparently the lawyer is giving the court assurances that he's not gonna fly. Yeah, but that also indicates that this court is not convinced that their business with Mr Sanchez conclude You did? Mm Um and and it sounds like that would be Well, I've been worried about being abducted..
"mr son" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"For me, Mr Mason. I certainly did, Mr Sawyer. I brought my family to the toy department to see our Santa Claus and our Santa clauses in there. He's in Bellevue. Yes, Mr Macy, because he's a lunatic. Yes, sir. No detective gonna take my foot. Now you listen to me. So, Yeah. You get that case dropped right away or you'll have another lump to match the one he gave you, but it's out of my hands. Mr. Kringle goes to court in the morning. You will just see that he's back in the toy department by afternoon. I'll get out of here. Oh, Mr Gailey. Mr. Gave me Yes. I've been looking all over for you. I'm Mr s. Oh, yeah. Oh, So you're Sawyer? Yes. I was just speaking to the court clerk and he said you represent Mr Kringle. Well, I represent Mr Macy. Well, then I'll see you in court. That's what I want to speak to you about. Now, Mr Macy would like to drop the whole case. Right now. You see, we're most anxious to avoid any publicity. No publicity, huh? Well, that's very interesting over then you'll cooperate. You know something, Sawyer? You've just given me the idea. I've been searching for good. Good. If I'm gonna win this case, I'm going to have to have public opinion and plenty of it. And publicity's just the way to do it. Thanks and so long, Mr Son, Mr Gailey, But Mr Gurley Look at these newspapers Chris here evening Despatch. Doctors doubt Sanity of Santa who launched goodwill campaign by daily bulletin, Macy's Santa Claus to have lunacy hearing Mm. What's this one? The New York Express. Is Kris Kringle Crazy? Court case coming, kiddies crying calamity. You've driven the United Nations clear back to Page five. Well, get a good night's sleep. Chris. We go before Judge Harper 10 tomorrow morning. What? A few weeks The jolly elderly gentleman named Kris Kringle has been working minor miracles as Mason, Santa Claus. Now his sanity has been seriously questioned on Din, a crowded courtroom. Judge Harper listens patiently as the assistant district attorney summons Chris to the witness down Now, this is.
"mr son" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"mr son" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
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"mr son" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Still nice I'm telling you I don't want to jinx things but we are really looking out with the weather I thought about this yesterday as I went to go pick up my car I had to get my car worked on again never find but I'm thinking how the sun is shining two yeah the sun is shining not gone for mica I don't want to jinx it now now we'll get a you know March blizzard but yeah this is all take this winter any time now I've been really mild winter very now let me say the other side of the coin I feel bad for the resorts I feel bad for the ski folks I always want to throw that in there this is a great for them but my goodness it and just the fact that the sun has been shining rather consistently that's that just lifts my mood in general I can even take some cold if Mr son is there I I don't mind now the street trying to be positive change I have had a lot more snow up north north of Walden house in northern Minnesota area okay then I don't feel guilty for your sake yeah go bears here with the forecast is through Sunday no fifty something we have forty three tomorrow forty five Friday fifty two one Saturday in sixty on Sunday wow yes sixty yeah wow we're going to be in a short shorts right on what yeah that's nuts a.
"mr son" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The most welcome the president in the modern history of America we have to establish the principle no one is above the law we have a constitutional responsibility and we need to meet it Google has announced new rules to limit political advertising on its platforms we'll have the details on that also the women calling for protection from domestic violence in Russia and the men fighting to stop them I'm not sure one is sticking the nose into our private business to monstrous it will lead to the genocide of the family those stories here on the newsroom from the BBC in London from her humble newness with the BBC news democratic presidential candidates in the U. S. of condemns Donald trump's actions over Ukraine after a senior diplomats gave dramatic testimony in the impeachment inquiry into the president Gordon Sunland told the inquiry Mr trump had directed efforts to have his rival Joe Biden investigated and that all the senior figures in the administration were involved in a TV debate for ten candidates hosted by MSNBC and The Washington Post senator Bernie Saunders said Mr trump was corrupt and the buffalo gigolo senator coming to harass also attack the president we have a criminal living in the White House and there is no question that in twenty twenty the biggest issue before us until we get to that tender moment is justice is on the ballot and what we saw today is ambassador Sahnoun buys all words told us that everyone was in the loop the white house's claim that Mr son lives and attends exonerated the president the term Democratic Party candidates also vowed to older Randy clear before in policy pursued by Donald Trump Joe Biden said the US must end to subsidies to the Saudi government and make clear to China that Washington stood up for human rights we should be going to the United Nations sinking condemnation of China with doing with a million readers that are there in a sense in concentration camps in the west we should be vocally vocally speaking out about the violation of the commitment they made to Hong Kong we have to speak out and speak loudly about violations human rights on the issue of making American society for era senator Elizabeth Warren argued forcefully for universal healthcare and higher taxes for the super rich Google has announced its stopping highly targeted political advertising on these platforms the new policy will prevent advertises using political affiliations and voter records to aim their messages at specific individuals your Stavely Google's announcement puts it somewhat at odds with Facebook which has said it would not remove ads from political campaigns even if they contained falsehoods Google said it would remove obvious examples of misinformation but did not anticipate stepping into often most significant is Google stopping the ability for campaigns to upload their own list of potential voters match it with Google shoes a base and then target those individuals as they browse you choose Google search engine well anyone else where Google places advertising efforts to form a coalition government in Israel have collapsed again two months after the most recent general election prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu's main challenge of any guns amounts to had been unable to form an administration world news from the BBC Bolivia's interim leader Jeanine your onions has sent a bill to Congress proposing new elections but she hasn't set a date for the polls Mr and Mrs Anya's has honest politicians to set up a new electoral commission within two weeks to replace the body appointed by the former president able more around as he resigned last week after being accused of fraud in last month's presidential poll is faulty has the majority in both houses of Congress and it's not clear whether they will back the proposal angry protesters in Malta have demanded the resignation of the prime minister Joseph Muscat after police arrested a prominent businessman in connection with the murder of a journalist Daphne got one a complete seo demonstrators who accused the prime minister of protecting those responsible for the murder gathered outside parliament in Valletta shouting Maffia and get out a new report has warned that a third of tropical African plants are on the path to extinction trees shrubs herbs and vines or ordered risk as an N. bridge supports the first wide scale assessment of extinction risks to tropical plants across Africa has revealed high levels of threat some countries including much of West Africa and parts of Tanzania and the DLC stand to lose as much as forty percent of the flora according to a new report led by French scientist Africa is home to an array of precious plans for mounting trees to exotic all kids and mangrove swamps researchers say losing such incredible plant diversity would be even more problematic than elsewhere on a Australia's biggest city Sydney has again welcome to a thick layer of.
"mr son" Discussed on KTRH
"Just approaching Broadway not a big delay but your start to lose that elbow room hi Julie hardy little post windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center from our KJRH no school again in twenty four hour weather center time to check in with meteorologist Terry Smith alright Mr sons really go away here for a few days during its design yes is a wall for the next couple days but Mr son shows up for the weekend not really it looks like a nice weekend but be ready for the cooler temperatures right now it's a little warm and muggy for this time of year but that's okay we've got lots of clouds there's only a slight chance a twenty percent chance of seeing rain so we're good shape and temperatures will be much like yesterday in the mid upper seventies tomorrow do it all over again clouds twenty percent chance of rain temperatures in the seventies tomorrow the change happens on Friday when a cold front swings through this is the same storm that's bringing all kinds of rain to the southwest and all kinds of snow to parts of the Rockies it will bring us a ninety percent chance of showers and some thunder will be in the low to mid seventies on Friday so it's still mild and then the dryer air moves and and it's beautiful this weekend but it's cooler mid to upper sixties Saturday and anywhere from the lower to upper sixties on Sunday right now it's sixty four at your official severe weather station newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. what's so smart and you're smart speakers okay Google play K. T. R. H. on I heart radio the quality tips and fun facts from Paul Kristen indexer total anymore reference still rave about the perfect are brought last year let me help make your friends giving unforgettable board is one of the world's most popular redline made from Cabernet cab front and we're left it also makes the perfect gift for your picking off having Turkey and all the fixings I suggest an easy drinking Pinot noir for white drinkers try and unhooked Chardonnay whether you're detaining or just bring the line we'd love to share our always low prices are ridiculous selection with you this holiday now offering same day delivery at total wine dot com cheers bold statement saving money with geico is.
"mr son" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"All right for a look at how things are shaping up for the Asian trading day. Let's head on over to Bloomberg's Bryan Curtis. Bryan ramey. Thanks very much. Yeah. It does look like Asian stocks will be well supported today. At least that's the case in the early going the kospi is just opened up a little more than a half of one percent. We have pretty solid gains in Australia. New Zealand the two hundred up nine tenths of a percent. And the ends in New Zealand is up about six tenths of a percent. Laggard is Tokyo, which is trading down about a quarter of one percent. Now these gains even with softness on Wall Street with five hundred was down two tenths of one percent. We had disappointing earnings in the tech sector that was one of the features, and we also have a much stronger dollar, and so it's a little unusual to see these kinds of gains in Asia with stronger dollar. It's been several days in a row, Bloomberg dollar spot was a third of a percent in US. It's up another tenth of a percent here at the moment. Dollar yen one nine ninety five that's about on par where it has been for the last couple of days and the euro trading at a dollar thirteen sixty six that's a weaker euro. Now, we also had some data out of New Zealand jobless rate rose more than expected in the fourth quarter, adding to signs that the labor market isn't generating any inflation pressure on the currency took a dive the Kiwi dollar was down about one full percent against the US. Still a lot of markets closed today. China Taiwan, Hong Kong and Vietnam. Shut for the lunar new year holiday two and a half minutes past the hour. Doug back to you. Well, China Mobile telecom equipment maker while way. We'll have a bigger presence at this month's mobile world conference in Barcelona. The goal now is to have a bigger sales force in order to close them deals for the next generation of mobile gear. Talking five G now, however, the US government is said to be working to foil that plan. We are told the US delegation will advocate for other equipment providers. Such as Cisco Ericsson Nokia, Bloomberg intelligence is John Butler said there should be some concern is five G becomes the global standard. So on the one hand you have a company with a great reputation for making really good high com. Equipment and on the flip side there is growing suspicion surrounding the potential for back doors, and it's system software. And that's a spin is probably the. Season while we could face a five G ban in Canada. That's according to a former national security advisor to prime minister, Justin Trudeau global carmakers are struggling with you facts of the Sino US trade war that's along with softer demand in China, the US and Europe the chief financial officer at GM divvy. Debra says the Chinese market is increasingly challenging China can take us fourth quarter was a volatile quarter for the entire industry, and we were faced with was in addition to the volume pressure day normal pricing pressure that you see in China as well, but against that as you point out Cadillac sales Cadillac perform really well as well as our cost efficiencies. It have talked about before we continue the intensely focused on cost in China and that helps for the quarter now GM rival diner. Also cited the trade war when it announced a quote comprehensive cost cutting program. Now one thing. It's clear. The Chinese market has definitely become riskier for many of the world's top carmakers. But not so four Toyota the ZOA crossover, for example, helped Toyota register gains in China last year in the US though to yoda's profit margins. They're shrinking take two interactive joins the list of video game makers hurt by fortnight. Take two is the producer of grand theft auto it came out with a revenue forecast below estimates. Similar story if you're wondering for Electronic Arts now game publishers have been thrown for a loop by the success of fortnight accounts. Chinese social media giant tencent is a major shareholder. Bloomberg's Matt cantor men tells us four nights momentum is starting to fade though, the headwinds so to speak will probably start to abate around mid twenty nineteen so call it around may or June. That's great for the developers. Because there's a lot of great games in the pipeline. From a lot of great companies, and they need to get these games out there and get people playing them now net. Netflix. Interestingly enough also said it considered four fortnight among it's big. Competitors. Vying for the attention of consumers. Alright SoftBank founder Musi Yoshi saw believes quote from his heart that his company is extremely undervalued. He said the fair market capitalization should be one hundred ninety four billion dollars. But soft bank's actual market value is roughly sixty percent below that. Now, Mr. son is hoping to close the gap with a stock buyback that's worth as much as five and a half billion dollars there. It'll be funded with a portion of the proceeds from last year's IPO of its telecoms business that sale remember raise eighteen billion dollars. They're SoftBank also announced its vision fund sold all of its shares in US graphics chip maker Invidia in January that decision was worth three point six billion dollars. Six minutes past the hour. Let's get an update on global news. The.
"mr son" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Thanks for taking my call. Sure. What's up? Well, I need some direction. I think my husband, and I are on baby step two, and I'm in a a job right now that the only reason why I'm in it is because I made a formal complaint and was removed from the the career that I was in. So I'm in litigation. This all started three years ago, litigation a year and a half. Basically the position that I man is sucking the life out of me. And I know that we need to pay off this debt, but at the same time, I have plano passion for my failed anymore, and I just wanna get out as fast as possible. And are you still working in the same place? You filed a complaint against I'm still working for the? Yeah. For the same county. It's just they created a position because I couldn't work in physician where I was at because my supervisor, right? Okay. And so the complaint is ongoing or the settlement. For the complaint is ongoing. Yeah. They didn't let Gatien right now. Because the county that there was nothing they could do against an elected officials. Nineteen years. I've been in the field. I have I law enforcement. Okay. And what do you make? Right now. I gross eighty four. Yeah. Okay. And so if you left what would you do? Well. My passion is numbers. I I like grants. I like budgets. I like doing that sort of thing I've thought about going back to school. But then I just listen to when your podcast it said if you're in debt, and you don't need anymore that obviously with school run. And I it this point in order to do another field beginner level. I'd be looking at taking a good twenty five dollars an hour. Pay cuts. What are you make a year? Now, you said eighty four. Okay. And are you an officer? I was and Mr. sons chief deputy, okay. Why could and you just don't wanna do that even in another place? It's not the place and the and the crap you're dealing with in that particular area. I mean, what if you went to a different county? Benzathine going to different county based on those positions. I mean, you can get but at the same time I'm in the middle of litigation and the reason for the litigation in this field. He kinda get a big black Mark on you. And nobody wants to touch you. Because of number one your middle of Gatien with your employer and number two because of the type of complaint that was made that you you might be a complainer. Okay. Okay. Well, let's watch. I guess. Sad that the victim becomes the victim. Okay. I. I hear that. You're not going to be doing this. How old are you? Forty two. Okay. Yeah. I hear that. You're not gonna be doing this. When you're fifty two. I just don't know what it is. You're gonna be doing yet. You may eighty four right now, and you're emotionally exhausted with this whole, stinky mess, I got that. I got that. Without a doubt. I'm wondering number one is their application for your skills and your experience in business that there there may be application for that. The that is not as big a pay cut is what you're talking about the number two. Is there a career? I mean is there an education path that you cash flow that gets you to where you make the change more smoothly than what you're talking about in. Our you're running really hard from something. You're not running to something very hard. Yeah. The no if I do go to school like a cash flow in associates, and accounting, let's say I could do that. And still continue to be slam is much castle. The cans. Oriels desperate. To somebody. This forty two years old. It's been in an executive position that's may already making eighty five an associates and accounting sounds dumbed down. I think you're running really hard from something. You are really disgusted and over this place. It hurts your bones to walk in there. I hear it. Oh, I don't blame. You drive two hours a day to get to and from this more by doing that. A rural area. So it's an our community Tway for me. But it's just it. It's. Was your husband your husband, Mike a year? My husband he said in a new job in may,.
"mr son" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"Why why do I have this mystery box up the diner? Yeah. How did this kid become all powerful? And what's the new expectation? Do you have favorite episodes to this day? How how big of a fan are you? I mean as we've discovered being friends over time. I I'm not a fan. You know? I don't have that fan culture in me. So I don't I'm not asking if you had the lunchbox, but in the same not only did I not have the lunchbox. But like am I enough of a fan that I had favored episodes? I guess I don't catalog things that way the way that nerd culture and had. I'm not asking. If you have I can't make them. I can't I don't have any action figures. I don't but. Yeah. Of course, right? You one of them meaningful twilight zone, the one where the guy breaks is. He's finally alone to read any breaks his glasses. And you're just left thinking like he's got all the time in the world in an empty world. Surely he can figure out how to work he can learn up Tomonori right and make himself some new glasses. But as the camera pans out, you know, watching it the first time, you're just like what a gnarly it's like the genie offered him three wishes. But he didn't think it through all the way. So you want to do a sequel where he's wandering through the rebel trying on people's unbroken. Eyeglasses. Yeah. Or like he goes to up Thomas shop and start opening the manuals and trying to figure out how to work the machines. But he can't see if if the apocalypse had just come like ten years later, there would have been books on tape, basically. Yeah. We just had to wait for books on. But I know he loves to read that's the thing. And of course, the kid that has the power to. Billy knew me from twilight zone, right? Who has the power to to wish you wish away? That's the one. That scared me when they adapted it in the eighties in the eighties movie. That was super scary in the fifties one. And then the famous one of the the crazy monkey dragon. That's on the wing of the plane, ripping the I think I remember that better from the Shatt from the coun- from the Lithgow revisit. But I remember the shadow I saw that. I the shadow ones, very good, son. He gets a gun. I don't know. I don't know how you got a gun on a plane in oh back, Dan. I mean, everybody had I mean, I remember that's actually gonna come up in our story to four nine eleven thorough. Couple of times when I had so many box cutters in my suitcases. I could barely get them into the overhead container. There's an episode of the John Lithgow sitcom third rock for the sun where third rock from the sun. Like, I said third rock four the sun. There we offer this to you Mr. son this offering third rock third rock send your is. Down upon it. I am he as you. Are. He John Lithgow is welcoming his alien overlord William Shatner at the airport and shadows. Like, it's a terrible flight. Like there is I kept seeing crazy stuff on the wing of the plane guys. Like that happened to me once. Great television reading about. There was a Simpsons episode about that. I was thinking there are plenty of twilight zone. Call outs on the Simpsons. I was thinking about the Burgess Meredith run because that's an episode about nuclear war. But it really does not make any kind of social statement. It's really kinda matter of fact UCS the world ended while you were reading David Copperfield in the Bank vault, and we're just waiting for the crowning irony. You know, and I was thinking about that..
"mr son" Discussed on Highly Questionable
"Welcome to something that is always highly questionable this is dominic foxworth what are you excited about of the show today dominate we get to talk to mr son sann himself dj colleague callahan let's go puppy was the yankees use of their bullpen are basing or did it made the demo washable yes is the answer that question both of those things are true baseball's got a problem on its hands when you're going in a playoff game four innings and it takes more than two hours joshi and was talking about this the other day on the radio with us the game is so specialized the relievers or throwing so hard the twenty five percent of relievers art allowing any kind of contact the yankees have a lot of guys worn going to allow contact yeah i tuned in the basement for the first time all season last night in nine joy did but it also made me furious because base by this problem where we wanna see hits we want to see a lot of offense but that also effectively slows down the game and other sports more more points makes it more fun in baseball more ruins makes it longer i don't know how they solve this problem but that is one of my mini grants that you'll hear about baseball today i mean it's such a terrible way to start the baseball playoffs with us talking about time of lay can we move all the more interesting and another thing they don't do anything athletic like do so they have big athletes out there who can do physically impressive things but the whole game they don't do anything they send them out there and buttoneddown search like it's a sporting event but also sports clothes the one doubted anything athletic was byron buxton jumped in caught a ball hit the wall guess what he's hurt out for the rest of the game.