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"nef" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The hour. Time for a check of sports from around the world. Here's Dan schwarzman. Thanks, Brian. The Sunday Mirror in England reports that Barcelona has targeted Wolverhampton midfielder Ruben neves as your top target as a La Liga giants look for replacement for 34 year old Sergio busquets, while the wolves are looking for around 50 million pounds for neves, barcelo is expected to offer a swap due to lower the cash amount for the 25 year old. Manchester City dominates the man just to Darby over united with a 6 to three win at the Etihad with both Phil Foden and Ellen Holland scoring hat tricks for city to remain in second placement Premier League table. Holland becoming the first Premier League player in history to score a hat trick and three consecutive home matches and has now tallied 17 goals and 11 matches. Week four Sunday of the NFL season, a big rematch of Super Bowl 55 on Sunday Night football as a Tampa Bay Buccaneers are hosting the Kansas City Chiefs. Meanwhile, it was the ravens blowing a 20 to three first half lead and losing to the Buffalo Bills 23 to 20 at home to fall to two and two on the season. Meanwhile, the New York Jets improved to two and two at the 24 to 21 at the Steelers while the New York Giants are now three and one after 20 to 12 minute home over the Chicago Bears. Giants quarterback Daniel Jones though leaving the game in the third quarter with an ankle injury before having to come back in after back of Tyrod Taylor went out with a possible concussion. Finally, it was the Washington commander's falling to one in three with a 25 to ten loss to the cowboys while the New England Patriots losing the packers in overtime 27 to 24 as mason Crosby kicked the game winning field goal as time expires. On Dan schwarzman that your Bloomberg world sports op day. Markets, headlines, and breaking news 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quick take. This is a Bloomberg business flash. And I'm Paul Allen in Sydney where it is a public holiday today, but only in a few states in Australia, we do still have the ASX trading and
"nef" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The scientists fall out, including the head of South Africa's effort, Karen fenner. She falls into conversation with one of the argentines about lab equipment. My recommendation would be if you can to get a benchtop system. Center is with a company Apigee biologics and vaccines says there are lots of issues like this to work out still. Trading of ideas is really important because in terms of the mRNA platform, it's still fairly new. And so it's not a blanket thing that goes with all vaccines, but just as valuable is the network of global south scientists, they are building in the process. Benner says they've been trying to do this for years. You use a crisis to propel something right and we use COVID as a springboard. Brazil's Patricia neves agrees, as she surveys the room. She says, seeing all these scientists from the global south, working together. That's the most exciting thing for me. Because we are not depending on others to do this now, she says, we're making history. Narita eisenman NPR news. This
"nef" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast with Scott Barry Kaufman
"Okay this will be okay to this will pass. Is there common things people say. Did it will eventually pass eventually received into the back on. It will be okay confidence coping. You say you know you know you can do these kinds of things so you know you'll find a way to do this Challenge appraisal you know. We might say so. What really is the challenger. What do i need to do the same i think. That sort of bleeds into the flexibility secrets. The self-talk for the flexibility sequence might be like for the context sensitivity is is kind of what i just challenge appraisal. What's happening. What do i need to do. What is it that's bothering so much need bothering me so much. End the flexibility sequence. I'm sorry the part is what am i able to do. What am i good at. What can i can. I use here. That i naval to do and in the last part really the feedback partner car weeks. Decide how it's working is. Basically simple is is work is does. This seemed like is the problem. Still there i do in those you know. In in the book i listed a chart of these are basic self talk for these sequences of flexibility mindset. Nfu other examples. any i suggest people can make their own if they're comfortable with these and of course there's another kind that ethan crosses a lot of work on on what's called this itself talker objective south and then in that case you talking to third person. Use your name so you might say you might say for example. No scott you can do this or you know scott. You've done this before you know you can do this. You know things like that and that's very effective. Actually yeah. I think that relates to like kristen. Nef's research himself compassion. She often says. Treat yourself you know Like you treat a friend and say it'd be like scott like i love you. You know you can do this. And i think also when you speak in by self-serve person. There was a certain kind of you can applaud yourself much more easily in a sense or or or remind yourself that you can do things you have done good at some some things you know for sure. Are there any other era tips for being able to boost your flexibility mindset. And you're the the whole sequence that you're talking about Other than self talk and what you've talked about already. Well i think one of the things. We learned that we haven't used this whole thing in any kind of training intervention yet. Although some colleagues of mine have mentioned that the kind of loose weight one of my colleagues when they who's in the book talk about her. She's a. She's a really really terribly talented inclination. She's really good and she works with people under great duress in. She has been experimenting with trying to talking about the flexibility secrets primarily and You know having people step back a little bit and think about the sequence again you know. It's it's really focusing was happening in the moment rather than the whole in a broad spectrum which is often looks really bad the people instead of focusing on the moment where you can actually do before you know it. You've actually gone through a lot of the pieces that will make it so it won't be so So i think you know when i think of insight she had was when you're right in the middle of something really really difficult. It's a little harder to develop improve any of these skills and think of them as skills. So i think it would be really a really a very.
"nef" Discussed on Building Psychological Strength
"If you like this topic. I've got a few digital resources to help you go a bit deeper. All of which are linked in this episode description and on the show notes page for this episode. so way back in the podcast. Fault is an amazing episode. I did with my own personal coach. Someone i'm working with right now. A woman by the name of shannon shutler and if there's someone who is an absolute pro at helping people develop a good relationship with themselves. It's her. I mean in the work that i'm doing with her right now. We're spending a lot of time helping me develop self awareness. When is my mind and my body telling me that. I need something or that. I've been ignoring it for too long. And what is that need. It's been incredible and transformative so if you're interested in more self awareness self leadership all of that. Check out her episode. It's episode number one thirty six and it is a truly impactful episode. You'll love it and you'll love meeting shannon if you're really ready to support yourself another resource we have for you. You might love our mini course self-care by design. It's only twenty nine bucks on our website for lifetime access and it uses life design to help you create a custom effective guilt free self-care routine you can go to peak mind. Psychology dot com backslash self-care to learn more about it or again it's linked in this episode description and on the show notes page and finally. I would really be missing the mark. If i didn't tell you about dr kristen. Nef's work on self compassion dot org. Dr neff is head and shoulders of by far and away the most well known and well published expert on self compassion and there is so much information for free on her website. You have to check it out if this is a topic. You're interested in or something that you want to cultivate for yourself. You have to check out her website. It is just a wealth of information. Okay friends so. I hope you enjoyed this episode. And if you did please consider leaving a rating or review on itunes or sending this episode to someone you love. Ps if someone sent this to you it probably means that they think the world of you and finally let's remember that time is the most non renewable resource on the planet. And i'm grateful to each and every one of you who chose to spend some of your precious time with me today. I'm dr april seifert. And i will see you next week..
"nef" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"2nd 3rd 4th Place cars and I think part award started seven. He's leading this race. Ray Hall started. I think fifth maybe or something. He is in that second position, but the guys that all crashed big damage to grow John Willpower and Hinchcliffe. August. Smoking in there too hot. Amazingly enough. Usually you have an opening lap accident. The last place you want to be as mid pack. But it was the drivers at the front of the field who are going to take a hit as you mentioned because they missed the corner and then drivers at the back of the pack that got damaged race cars. It's amazing Pot Award. Grant Ray all really the only to cleanly make it through Turns one and two, and that's why they have jumped from seventh Starting position will work now your race leader Graham Ray, home started fifth now runs second. Felix Rosenquist is Third Scott Dixon runs fourth. Jones has jumped up from eighth to the fifth position, and then you've got our pole sitter Alex Below who runs in the sixth spot. Colton Herta is seventh. Alexander Rossi, who was on the front row. He all of a sudden finds himself in eighth. Marcus Ericsson is ninth and Sebastian Bourdais 10th. So David Basically, we threw everybody in the blender puree, and that's our lineup are are are official running order After three laps? Yeah, there's several cars Colton Herta. He cut the corner as well. Now I don't know the exact rule. He did go over the curbing, So I don't know if you go If you hit the curbing and you get you come out where you are, or if you have to go through that chicane. Colton did not go through that chicane, so I don't know if there's a penalty there or not. I think he's okay. But I'm not 100% sure watching Elio Castroneves car being taken off the race track by a record tough, tough weekend for him. Maybe so much speed from Elio. He was towards the top of the charts. Yesterday morning during practice but frustrating return to Portland for the fourth time Indy 500 champion Yes, sure is and like you said after such a good run yesterday. It's been 20 years since he's raced at this facility and be able to come out yesterday. After 20 year absence on this track and run as fast he found himself on top. The charge. A lot of fun ended up. I think the top three uh but they qualified. Just didn't hit it right. Just missed Mr points on the race track where he needed to be fast and qualified well and then, unfortunately out on the first lacquer today, So we just got word that any cars working on the official running order. Best of luck to them because of this messy start, and David, We also heard that the car is going to take no action and boy there was so much going on. Bably seems like a good call. How do you light light throwing penalties and drivers with his chaotic as that was? Yeah, you know. It seems like every year, it doesn't matter what series by the way that race here, turn one's always an issue on the first lap, so you know we sometimes we had an issue with turn one and middle. I'll short straightaway getting into Turn one, so they made the start line on the back straightaway going into a little bit of a different corner, where they spread out a little bit more. Not so sure would be a good idea that maybe start these guys on the back straightaway to where that maybe get strung out before they all pile up down into turn one so working lap number five under caution. With the opening lap accident that has taken Roman grow. Sean Elliott, Castro Neves and James Hinchcliffe unofficially out of the race. Castro Neves is he's being scored right now. 26, Grosjean and Hinchcliffe. Have already fallen four laps down, and it's Ryan Marine and Alex Wolff touched off the damage on those cars. Pretty significant right now. Those are the three drivers that have looked to have gotten the worst of this opening lap accident. It is part of award Grant Ray Hall, Felix Rosenquist, Scott Dixon and Jones. Your top five Alex Blow runs in sixth. Colton Herta seventh. Alexander Rossi. Eight. Marcus Ericsson ninth Sebastian Board A is 10 Scott McLaughlin runs in the 11th position. Max Chilton is 12th counter daily 13th Simon Passion on 14. Marina. Speak 1/15. Jack Harvey is 16 Takuma Sato 17th Kalem Island, Making his IndyCar debut runs in the 18th position. 19th is killing 30th is Ryan Hunter Ray. Jimmy Johnson is 21st Joseph New Garden Boy started 18th. He's already lost some spots running the 22nd position. Oliver ask you got turned in that opening lap accident he runs in 23rd willpower has made a couple trips to pit lane was some damage that looks like the right side of That race car He runs in 24th, but is still on the lead lap. And then it is Hinchcliffe. Castro, Neves and Grosjean, 25th, 26th and 27th final car on the lead lap. I just mentioned it, Ryan Marine is will power and he's been busy in front of you on pit Lane has made two trips to the pit lane, and they've already replaced the nose cone that part of the repair was quick. But it's that under wing that they're trying to repair and David could talk a bit about what that underweight does as far as generating performance on an Indy car. But the leading edge is what they're most concerned about on that under wing that going to work with the bear bond to try and Get that, in His best of shape is possible for willpower the rest of the way. But, David when you hear that What do you think Will power is in store for the rest of this race? If he's got that under wing damage, and that's exactly what it is under wing. So that means down force of that race car and you need all the mechanical and down four script that you can get at this very flat. Portland International Raceway, so it will affect him. There's no question about it, how much we're not sure until you get going, but any time that under wing is damaged, that it does affect straightaway speed, it could put more dragon there and definitely less down force. So again, working a full course caution here in Portland International Raceway. How has this melee shaking up? The points? Well are points that are coming to this weekend was part of award and he's the big winner right now is he has jumped to the race lead. As he is up 34 points on the entire field. Working black number six opening lap accident takes up a hand full of drivers. Hinchcliffe Castro members grow John out of the race infections. Hinchcliffe was out of his car back in the paddock. We know Helio Castro Neves. This car has been told back to the paddock as well. So they're days are done at Davey Hamilton for these drivers when you get so psyched up to go racing, and now all of a sudden you gotta back it back down to run. 56 laps under caution. Yeah, Wait a minute. We got to go through. Turn one again. This is going to be single file, but there's going to be 20 Plus cars still out there. We have 24 still running three out of this race. Uh, but, man, you look at some big movers. I think Simon Pashto actually started like 22nd in this race is currently 14th so guys and.
"nef" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"To put together. The story gotti weirdly. I don't know if he lost his mind. Or if he was a crackpot all along his a professor by the way he is a an intellectual technocrat that kind of person. No boy picture that kinda guy running. So everything's theory to him and as we were talking about on the show a lot yesterday for whatever reason these people don't seem to get that might makes right has been the history of humankind and always will be and you can have all the theories you want about the way things wanna work but if a big guy in a beard and a gun shows up smash your face he gets to dictate unless you can stop it. And that is beautifully phrased and what are your best. And and and how some people don't get that is beyond me but according to the washington police because they spend their time in the ivy tower vaca -demia they have no idea how humankind actually worth dave before so the taliban thirty miles outside of town on saturday the day before he actually ends up leaving the country. He's having meetings about some sort of economic Stimulus plan that. He wants to come up with for afghanistan as soon as the americans leave. He's having meetings about this and people are looking around like are you crazy. What are you talking about. Wow he's walking the halls of the presidential palace talking about complicated technocrat government things not realizing that he's about to be overrun as the taliban strolls to the capital absolutely amazing so at some point is advisors mindful of the last time the taliban had conquered kabul so russia went into afghantistan. They were there for about a decade put in a government and then got out of there because osama bin laden and the taliban drove the russians out but the russian government held on for three years of run nef ghanistan before they had before the taliban a we didn't last near as long The russian government hung on soviet government hung on for three years before the taliban took over the country and marched into kabul and when they marched into kabul last time They found the soviet president disemboweled him in hung his body from a traffic light in the middle of kabul. Yeah so the advisors for ghani went to him on sunday morning. That's when the talibans actually walking into town and said look. Do you remember what happened last time. This is what's gonna go gonna happen to you and for some reason that penetrated his professorial ed and he thought job. I better get out of here and grabbed one hundred stone fail me now. And according to some reports he grabbed hundred and sixty million dollars in got to the airport and left the country but up until the final hours. He was still discussing We need a new water plant out in the east. Wow wow how crazy is that here right. It is tragic comic. You know. I had heard a i read in the new yorker like a month or so ago and they were talking about how the trump administration had left the president of afghanistan completely out of the conversations because they couldn't deal with him and it was being presented in the new yorker. That was a big mistake by the trump administration to not involve the president of aghanistan. I'm thinking now you've got to admit it seems a little i does but i'm thinking now. The reason that they were dealing with them is living in la la land about reality and say they just thought we'll talk to somebody else. Yeah that is wild anyway The ultimate point being the washington post has a lot of other journalists are are laying a lot of blame up until up and until the final hours at the feet of the biden administration. So i forget to reprint are sound clip. Do we have the the key clip of the day. The short version we opened the show with go ahead commitment holes to get everyone out that in fact we can get out and everyone should come out and that's the objective. That's what we're doing now. That's the path. And if you're american forces there's american citizens left we're going to stay little. Get them all out so we we edited that out Edited part of that outward george stephanopoulos and what about the people who were left and by states away get out even if we have to stay passed the thirty first even if he asked to stay past thirty first unequivocal. Well department of defense spokesman. John kirby you yesterday said that we don't anticipate a military role and trying to get additional. Us citizens out of afghanistan. The low hundred. We'll we'll figure it out. Don't worry about that'd be fine. Don't worry about so getting back to one of the questions you post earlier. You're talking about the the outright denial of furnishing the taliban with the kill lists which is what they will become and then the increasingly muddy denials the the reporting that substantiated. It the way. All of that makes the administration look or the way that biden pledging. We'll stay till they're all out and then it clearly doesn't happen. How that makes them look. I think i understand the answer to this. But i'm disgusted by it. Why doesn't somebody say starting with the ancient president because of the incredibly rapid collapse of the afghan government which we should've seen common. We were forced into a situation where we had the cooperate with the taliban to save the most people. It's a highly imperfect relationship and we wish it hadn't happened but it did so. Yeah this sucks. Were dealing with it. Is there no room in american politics or that sort of taking responsibility. apparently so you're better off issuing childlike idiotic. Face smeared with chocolate. That wasn't me in the cookie. Jar style denials. That's better politics. I guess i don't get that at picture is something that green night-vision picture of the commander of the eighty second airborne being the last guy to walk on the plane last soldier on the ground after twenty years of doing whatever we were doing at is some picture yeah and in general or brigadier generally some sort of general with a rifle in hand full battle rattle last guy off the ground not a good ending not a good ending This being reported taliban arrested the top afghan cleric who spoke out against the insurgents. He'll probably be killed by the end of the day as was That folksinger. I tweeted that story out yesterday. Some popular folksinger in afghanistan. Because they don't allow music there. They went to his house Arrested him in him. Shot him right there. Talk to him for a while in his house with his family then just shot him because they're crazy people because he was playing music and you can't allow that sort of thing. I know they executed a leading comedian. Nice folks you know some of you would say and i might say long with you. There's lots of countries where they do that sort of thing. We're just not talking about it today. We don't hear about.
"nef" Discussed on Chapo Trap House
"The the right of the volcker seated apocalypse now to the west coast. What did this week. What did the owner of the world's largest military helicopter arsenal accomplished nothing. Nothing nothing but it says you're Ahead of any. Nato country aside from the usa and behind only russia and china indeed taliban now has three times as many attack helicopters as the you take them and i say they should yeah biden also threw in a few dozen light attack aircraft thousands of armored personnel character fifty five battle tanks a thousand mortars one hundred and ten thousand automatic rifles plus four hercules transports for good luck. Not so much. Lend lease as wonder squander. Wow how celebrate and these. Were not wasted before your a lot of good. There's nothing being squandered in this country. I'd like the main thing all that stuff. They're definitely helped the army that we had spent twenty years building up. Put up a real fight against the taliban. Those super transporters were doing. They were ferrying american fast food from bog rahm to. it's literally. What were essentially uber axes. Yeah yeah and then of course we gotta talk about us. Our our boy representative clay. Hager's oh you get get. I'm going mad at in a data at a dance right now. Thank you all and a fresh military equipment going. Down to train in klay higgins pro made. Probably i'd say like the best speech in american history today absolutely safe to say it's better than anything in front of the house freedom caucus i mean like a ma matt can interpret it but he said let me tell you what would be a good start for the people of louisiana. Speaking of course about the category five hurricane it just slammed into the gulf coast. No apparently without electricity for like probably the next couple months. Yeah no it's indefinite. Don't know when it can come back and if you left the state don't come back. Yeah says search search does help wanted pagers wherever you ended up. Change your name. You know maybe go to new york claim the name of a guy that you fought in the korean war with find a for model. Let me tell you what would be a good start for. The people of china eighty five billion dollars worth of military equipment. That was left behind game. And what are you going to do with like what are you like. Is that where you're like okay. Is it gonna be like. I mean last time when you had t when you guys euthanized fucking hospital patients who couldn't transport from katrina. I guess this time instead of a towel. You could use a fucking abram. Yeah yeah just we could. We could expedite the process of of triage so much more effectively. If we just murked people give every doctor and every nursing home attendant. Fucking a baretta. Hey says good. Eighty five billion a million. That was left behind. Nef ghanistan as you it out like if we had stayed in and it would still be there. It's not bring it over here to do what clear minds around lake pontchartrain guys. We left delta force over there. Imagine how valuable they could be fighting the hurricane. Yeah i guess what you just have. People live like in them or like you make a house out of a humvees chinook helicopter on top of each other. Yeah that's modular living. Maybe maybe a hurricane is like the only condition and osprey can actually fly to crash any other condition at all. It's like the only someone with one hundred eighty. I q who's read ten thousand books in the last month. You can really see. Through the issues like higgins and the and the everything. That's going on right now. Is this like the lady who was she was some blue check. Who works for some like crackpot like christian news agency who was just passing along stories. Yeah just absolute mind palace. Just make believe about like. There is a bus full of american women with visas like american citizens who are on a school bus going to the kabul airport and they were like nah sorry too late and the taliban took the school bus and killed everyone would have happened was the flash their highlights game. Yeah they got. They got a local commander got on the horn and told him that if the bus went below fifty miles an hour. Top quits shot. Do you think she got the. Because i saw the you think she got them from like. You know they're just like going around Who's the dying pundit. Was his website again half the gateway gateway pundit like going around like shit like gateway pundit and like emails or is it just like she just organically. We like time to write fiction. I wonder about the gateway. I was thinking about him because all these conservative radio guys are just dropping like flies right there. They have the courage of their convictions to not get the vaccine because it's that courage of conviction that gives them the power to talk on the radio for eight hours a day. Starting at four in the morning they got the vaccine would they halfway through their fucking A lot of. I don't fucking care man. I quit but they are. They're dying for the cause. And i just wonder what about the gateway pundit this guy who is dying every moment of his life who's like has a boon heart and recurrent sepsis. Yes the know like kobe. Absolutely kill him. The second he he catches it. I wonder if he's he's committed to it. I think he's probably like like publicly. He's like i don't you know i'm like stopping anything i was doing. I'm not getting the fucking shot but in reality probably living in the magneto prison absolutely. That's always that's always squaring the circle. So yeah man. Actually i was like i took online sunday. There's like four more talk radio another one and another weekend like. I sincerely believe that if you're one of these guys and you're like you're inveighing against the vaccine ripping masks off people space going to school boards and like you know like Like coughing in the face of kids. Prove that it's safe to do so in like and then you get covert. You're like you're like please pray at least for my husband just choking out your last breath on a ventilator if your last moments you're like i please give me the vaccine you you will not enter the gates of you'll not a hall of odor and how fraternity tween story hour with rupaul forever. Congratulations you didn't have the faith but yeah you're going yet. You are like you sort of think it's heaven. It's a football game but it just a never ending kneeling startling healing. Keep waiting for the game to start. Team comes out and they just kneel and they just won't stop. It's a dream like you're like you're you're trying to call someone or or like you left something somewhere you're trying to get somewhere but like somehow in the dream it never you never achieved. You're trying to do and it's like that forever. Yup where never got the football. Have if you don't ask for the if you like your last words are i. Don't i didn't have covet. A you get to go to the handsome hamburger you every day you get to eat a ice cold The big mac next president trump on the back big band. No but like an end after. You're dead if your family observes the correct rituals and burial rights and by that i mean demanding that the mortuary not less govan is your cosworth out. And then even even asking funeral parlors to change the official death certificate issued by the state That is important. Part of the ritual. That will that will vary your soul across the river sick into into the hallowed the hallowed halls of odin and freya. You'll be among the honor dead stove core. The that is that is a battle doodle battle duty and honor middling on way but yeah some of these reports from these babies. They lose face last moments. I know this was a test. This test. you chose wrong The other thing of course it was. Did you see. Did you see milo. Saying he's dying of cova and then showing like posting things on like parlor gab. Forget or one of these like boutique. social media outlets injecting himself with the ivermectin. Yeah that's horrible. I know up gladly horseshoe that would well no. It's horse pay. But that would require him to be doing something for attention. that's ridiculous. why would he do that. Why why would he just want people to pay attention to him. I mean like tucker like ron to say that there's like all these guys like. He has gotten fifteen so far absolutely he's going to be fine. I know the other thing now. That like for all for all the braying about what know i saw. Was that guy. Richard angle like a fucking on. Cnn saying that this is the worse capitulation of western values in our history. Which is like i didn't know. Afghanistan was part of the west. Well the the values are imposing them on other people. That's the that is the actual western value is making other people. Act like you easy. Peter baker in the new york times. You know just feel like. I've i've talked to experts on the war..
"nef" Discussed on Post Reports
"Making sure that they didn't get into the hands of the taliban women. The taliban has been taking some american weapons for years. So maybe they figured that was more of the same. But you're asking a really great question here which is you know. Why didn't he take steps to sort of make the pull out. Not as terrible as it became. You know. I think on one hand you know you saw the president trying to frankly paint a very rosy picture and offer an assessment about the likelihood that the afghan forces would stand up. That was very much not in keeping with the advice. He seems to have been getting at least from his intelligence agencies so when the president does that is he putting spin on things is he not understanding what he's hearing is he misleading the public. Because he doesn't want to you know kind of own the disaster or make it seem as dire. I dunno. i suspect we'll we'll find that out so now that the us is essentially going to be dealing with an afghanistan that is run by the taliban. How does that change our national security risks. As a country i think at arguably increases them significantly. I mean we are. The united states is putting a big bet on the taliban acting as i guess what we would call in relative terms a responsible actor which is to say not allowing afghanistan to become a safe haven for terrorist groups the way it was before the september eleventh attacks whether they will make good on that commitment remains be seen and i think that's really the big one big question we don't have a force nef ghanistan right now. We don't have an embassy in afghanistan right now which means we're not we don't have. Cia personnel on the ground running spies running agents. We're gonna have a really hard time collecting intelligence from within the country. We're going to have to rely on satellite imagery on communications intercepts. We're going to try and do this. Counter terrorism mission from afar. That's gonna be really hard so really the future of afghanistan and our security there. An intentional thrust us really rests with. I think what the taliban decides to do and how aggressive the united states is going to be encountering any threats like if we see terrorist camps rebuilding portions of afghanistan. Do we go in and take them out. We bomb them. Do we send in special operations forces to kind of get in and get out. I think you could expect that the administration would do that. And they're betting that the taliban knows they would and will potentially take steps to make sure that those terrorist groups don't set up base there but we're gonna have to see what happens. I also wanna talk a little bit more about the afghan president ashraf ghani who essentially fled the country over the weekend. Even hearing president biden. Talk about president ghani's departure. I feel like you could sense some animosity there or frustration or disappointment that this president did not stay in place to try to lead his country. And in fact that was part of biden's argument for you know. Look if the afghans are not going to do the work to try to keep their country intact like why are we gonna stay there but i wonder like what role does ghani playing this and also we're is he like. What do we know about the circumstances under which he fled and why he is not in the country. I'm not sure where he is right now. I believe i've seen reports that he's in a neighboring country Yeah the anger from president. Biden was palpable against you know ghani and by extension the political leadership of kenniston who he sees as essentially abandoning the country afghanistan political leaders gave up and fled the country. The afghan military collapsed sometime without trying to fight again. This is in the category of things that we really need to know more about. But i find it very telling that he left as quickly as he did. I mean it. Almost felts negotiated in a way. I'm not saying that it was but we've seen reports. I should say provincial. Officials striking deals with the taliban in advance them coming into their cities and basically just handing over the keys. This was really a question to for the white house. I mean the you know the leader to leader communication. Did we not understand that he was going to pack up and go or did we know if we had a sense that he was going to leave this quickly. That might have been a tell for us because once the president of afghanistan left. I mean that was the signal that effectively the the game was over that the taliban was going to face no real resistance and when they came into kabul. But i should say to. You know the this kind of dim view that president biden and others have of ashraf. Ghani i mean this really goes. I think for a lot of the political class afghanistan over the years. I mean you're talking about a government where corruption has been endemic. And i think you know. A generation of us officials have just been very clear light and skeptical about their ability to to maintain a country absent us presidents and assistance. So in that sense. I don't know that anybody had a lot of hopes that ghani was going to try. And you know hold down the ford fight to the bitter end. But what i also find. You know so remarkable about this moment is that it's almost like it's it's so hard for us as americans to believe that. An american president would knowingly walk away from a country understanding that it was just going to descend indicate loss and be overtaken by militant fundamentalists. But that's what happened. I mean he knew that this would occur. Think it's hard for a lot of americans to swallow this right now. The idea that knowing how likely it was that things would go very badly that he still made the decision to go. But he's been very frank about that in his comments and it's just it's it's so stunning for me to see. I think because it's so at odds with what three successive american presidents have told us there which is that you know. There were hopeful about the mission. You know we're trying to build stability. We're trying to get the government to a place where it can stand on its own. I mean what we're finding now. Is that free years. People have privately understood that that was not likely to be the case. And you know it's striking to hear an american president basically say you know. Come on quick hitting yourself like we're going and he is stuck by.
"nef" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris
"Of thinking happening right and then of course that doesn't make it stop. Unfortunately we wish right if we could do that so we can. So but what we can do. In that moment we come back to one of our senses. That is a good inker for us. For example that could be the breath could be your feet on the floor right. It could be just like you. Orienting yourself in the room and said oh. I'm in this room right now. So the brain has limited attention span. Part of how meditation works. Is that we for once. Decide how we wanna fill that attention span. If we're not doing that the mind we'll do that for us. And it will fill it with all kinds of crap honest right so we asked again be horsing is like thank you not helpful right now right but who is saying what the mind is actually filled with and so as a meditative or like using his practices. We can say okay. I feel was was the awareness of my breath right now and then i cannot at the same time. Pay full attention to my thoughts in few my breath. I can do either at work or do you both like half but not really and that is also of course part of the practice. So there's a little bit like. I might like bite my arm a little bit when i'm getting shot. Fill my mind with one kind of pain. That i'm comfortable with it. I'm controlling on my own. So that the involuntary pain control by somebody else is less salient. Yeah you choose but the thing is so a lot of what's going on here. What is so scary that it feels like this assault befall control and i think one of the great benefits of meditation is. We are taking back control by choosing how we relate to it. Would you say that from a meditative perspective and this might be tough for some people to hear that pain is an opportunity -absolutely and it comes back to this like shoumei. The person who's never had paint. Show me the person who will never have pain so be the human body. Pain isn't essential function of our bodies to keep us safe. And then we have this thing happening that we call aging which we have to learn to come to terms with and we don't like to hear that and we don't like to practice with that but the more we can actually say like pain is part of life and not. Take it so personally coming back to this. Like what do i identify with right. Do identify with this person. That is in pain. And how unfair that is and all the mistakes that have been made right which is part of how the brain tries to make sense of it and that is also part of like we can release. Switch to saying like yeah. Pain is a part of life and since that will be part of my life experience. I can choose. Hi wanna work with said in how i relate to that and i really don't want to say that lightly because i know a lot of people really have excruciating physical pain so this is not like an easy easy fix with just to put a fine point on it when you say that meditation helps us relate to our pain differently how does it help us relate to pain we learn to not take it so personally so if this is just like oh this is what a body feels like that experiences. This particular pain to compare this is cristiano. Who has this pain. Because i had this accident because stupid driver didn't pay attention by so you can see how like the whole nervous system starts to get activated against through the story right said i gather this is pain and this is pain in this moment. This is what it feels like and the other part is which is really really important for people who suffer from pain or chronic pain is self compassion here. I just acknowledged that right now. This is hard. This is a hard moment right now and chew buy in. This is again the difference between self compassion and self pity that self. Pity is all about me and why it shouldn't be happening to me and self compassion is in opening up to like. Yep this is part of the human experience. And i can connect in my mind in my heart with all the other people who are experiencing exactly the same thing right now and in a weird way. That is really helpful. Can you get more technical or granular about how we can bring self compassion to our meditative game. When pain is their chronic or otherwise. Yeah again night. Kristen nef's three-part model of like self compassion. So the parts of like as a researcher that she has like broken down the experience of self compassion into mindfulness self kindness and shared humanity. So mindfulness same thing so what we just said is like kenya. Become aware that there's pain huge step which is really hard to get to that. Like i will off my walk around like for days before like something says. Wait a second. I'll that remark did have an effect on me for example because i'm trying to avoid pain this about like emotional pain right. Same with with physical So awareness this is here and then what we say is. Can we just acknowledge this in kim. We acknowledge that with the intention of kindness or we say like the tone of voice right so what we would say is an we often well like place ahead on the heart or on the part. That is painful inside like this really hurts. This is the moment of struggle in just in that way. That often what happens. Here's what we want is like. We wanted to be acknowledged that way and like a friend would do that in a way a friend would say you really. You have a hard time right now. Right and then something goes i e s. Thank you for seeing right in something softens and we forget that we can actually do that for ourselves. Yeah there's pain yes. this is true. Not avoiding just looking at it directly but with kindness and then so that's the self kindness and then really opening into this is what it feels like for somebody in my situation to feel that pain and then we can make internally in genetically however that works for you connect with the other people that have that same experience they know what it feels like mate and this is really the power of support groups. Where like somebody else looks at you and says i meet you. Get what you're going through right and it does something to our nervous systems also in this kind of self talk kinder self talk. I haven't been to. When i first encountered this notion. I struggled with it a lot. Just because seen corny to me a lot of people really like it so. I want to acknowledge that but for me. She's a little corny. But i've been able to. I get over myself and do it. Because they're scientific. Research strongly suggests at work. And i'm just. I'd like to suffer less. I'll take evidence based practices but part of being able getting over myself to do it. is not only just seeing the research but also adapting the language. You can make the language around so for me. It's more like row your language like this. You know what. I would say to a guy friend who broke a leg great. Yes and it's really in the translation right if the word stone land try different words or if language doesn't work try a gesture right. This is really why really love to work with Physical touch right because there's so much research showing somebody holds your hand when you're going through painful procedure that makes your pain level. Drop so if you a really in pain and you get a hug from a friend that makes you love drop and so we're making this jump in. I know this is like totally cornyn. I work at the. Va a lot right. So they're like some tough guy so we have to find some language instead of cycle so soothing.
"nef" Discussed on WDUN AM550
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"nef" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is one for the record books. Will Clark With more on Sunday's big race at the famed Brickyard Indianapolis 500 has another member of the four time winners Club, a Leo Castro Neves, taking the double checkered flags in the 100 Fitz running of the greatest spectacle in racing? Castro Neves, earning his fourth trip to victory Lane in front of 135,000 fans. That's about 40% of the usual Indianapolis 500 due to covert restrictions at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. I'm Will Clark Strange lights in the sky, Louisiana's the latest to see them last night with pictures flooding social media. Many thought the string of lights above Baton Rouge might have been UFO's. Turns out. They're likely satellites from the Space X program. I'm Michael Castle. Yeah. And I'm an Caitlin Bloomberg News room. Microsoft says the Russian hackers behind the solar winds campaigner back at it again, the software giant says about 3000 email accounts have been breached it more than 150, federal agencies think tanks and non government organizations in a block post. Microsoft Vice President Tom Burt said the hackers breached a digital marketing service used by the U. S Agency for International Development called Constant contact, He says the hackers sent phishing emails claiming former President Donald Trump had pub. Which new documents on election fraud and invited them to click the link in Washington. I'm Nathan Hager. Bloomberg Radio. The back to school shopping season has always been important to retailers, but this year is likely to be a doozy. Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet has the story and consumer wallets fat with stimulus checks help Wal Mart and target blow past sales estimates in the first quarter. But those funds will dry up it some point stepping into the fold. Analysts expect an unprecedented shopping season AZM or school district's and colleges plant, Oh, partly or fully resume in person classes this fall. Both retailers have rallied since early March, when the latest round of stimulus payments neared approval. And thanks, Charlie. Today marks the unofficial start of summer and the U. S is expected to have a busy vacation season. According to Trip advisor. Hotel searches on its website are rising with Americans planning to take longer vacations and boost their spending budgets. The T s a screen nearly two million people on Friday at airports as people headed out of town for the long holiday weekend. For those hopping in their cars. Gasoline prices are at the highest level in seven years and overseas trading the CAC in Paris and the DAX in Germany or both flat the make and Japan is up a fraction the hang second Hong Kong is unchanged and China's CS I 300 rose a quarter of a percent. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg. Quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries. I'm an Cates, This is Bloomberg. 2020.
"nef" Discussed on WGN Radio
"O'clock. Good morning. I'm gave one in for Steve presented. The news is sponsored by B. H s retractable. Chicago police officers hurt in an accident on the West side. A Leo Castro Neves wins his record tying 4 35 100, his first since 2009. While the markets are closed today in the US, we will see several important economic reports this week. Those stories coming up first to look at W G and traffic, this report sponsored by Mattress firm It's mattress firm's best Memorial Day sale ever for a limited time. Save up to $500 on top rated mattress brands like Silly and Sleepy's, Plus, Get a free adjustable base with your 69 9 69 +99 mattress purchase all from mattress firm. Taking a look at traffic, the biggest problem on the Jane Adams. There's still closed in an area due to an accident that area westbound from route 59 to Beverly Road. In the loop, held trains in the loop on the C T a still doing what dealing with delays near Adams and Wabash because of track condition allow extra time there. Metro will be selling a memorial day pass for a $7. Today You can buy it on ticket windows of the venture app and on board trains other than that are expressways and to always looking well at this hour. We're following a story out of the Austin neighborhood in the West side of the city, where two police officers were hurt in a crash this morning, this happening at the intersection of Chicago Avenue in Cicero around 2 15. The officers were headed north on Cicero when they were hit by a car going east on Chicago Avenue. The driver ran a red light citations air pending the officers and the driver's injuries are not life threatening. 24 people have been shot. Two people have died in Chicago this holiday weekend. One of the shootings happening in the south Loop last night around 7 45 is starting in the parking lot across from the travel Lodge it wall bashing Harrison police. A man saw a group of people breaking his car windows.
"nef" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Richard News radio 700 WLW all clear on radar. Our temperature is 58 degrees in Cincinnati News just keeps getting better about the A pandemic. In Ohio Latest numbers today 377 new cases reported that's the lowest daily report. Since June of last year, And it's also the ninth day in a row that Ohio's new case count has stayed below 1000 Kentucky, not filing any reports on new cases today and will not do so tomorrow because of the Memorial Day holiday. Indiana reported about 360 new cases today. Bad fire and Price Hill earlier today happened this morning person was trapped in the 1500 block of Beech Avenue District. One Cincinnati Firefighters were able to rescue that person who was taken to the hospital in critical condition. News radio 700 WLW sport Here's a Redd's update. Tyler Malli tossing five scoreless innings, allowing one hit and a you radio Suarez homered. Reds beat the Cubs, 5 to 1 to avoid a Serie sweep in Chicago. Red's Open up a home stand tomorrow with the first of three up against the Phillies. The action right here on 700 WLW racing, a Leo Castro Neves won the Indianapolis 500 for 1/4 time, holding off Alex below in the closing laps. Castro Neves joints Rick Mears, a. J. Foyt and Allen's heiress, four time winners of the Indianapolis 500 golf. Xavier's He said. COKE Crack wins The Charles Schwab Challenge today, finishing at 14 under par two shots better than Jordan. Speaketh Build Edison 700 WLW SPORTS It is 905 and our next news is coming up at 9 30. Matt Rees news radio 700 wlw I'm.
"nef" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Listen to on the radio Big day for Castro Neves. Picking up I think it's fourth Indy, 501 in over 102 2009 and then 2021. So big day in Indianapolis. Thank you guys for joining me. We're gonna have AH, lot of fun here till five o'clock. I got a couple guests coming in not coming in. But calling in One is the owner and operator of a local grocery store in my neighborhood on the South side, Chicago Tomba office is going to join us from County fair to talk all things grocery store. I mean, that's an interesting topic. I think that's why I ask him to join us talk about the last year dealing with Groceries are running the store. What was it like? Another guy was busy. I was in there all year. Mast up. It was packed Guy did not slow down. Like many of us had to during the year. That was the thing about this year, right? Some people had a slow down. Some people did not sometimes or join us, and then also from the neighborhood. My neighborhood on the South side Chicago, the Beverly Morgan Park neighborhood. Child arms who runs the Beverly Review. Thought to be in Chile and talk to someone about running a local newspaper and what that has been like this year. So phone lines are open. If you want to call in 91 7200, we're just hanging out again. Time again. And for Karen County had a good time to have a chill week for me. I was a little bit under the weather. Dylan sometime watch a great documentary, though, that I want to throw out there and call. And if you guys wanna talk about this right be sought the last blockbuster. I don't know if you've seen this and then my producer you can jump into. Don't know if you saw this bend. But renting a movie. For me. I'm 45 years old renting a movie. I forgot what a ritual that was. And how much a part of our lives. It was going to the video store. You know, it starts out with like the independence. Which were all over my neighborhood. I'm sure you guys can remember right now. I think about five video stores in your neighborhood. Most of them had the saloon doors with the private the private room. You'd see Cem Cem creeps disappear back into there. But just the excitement of you know whether you're on a date or even when your kid and you get to go to the video store and you're walking around the aisles and Trying to find out If your movies in everyone had their own system, right. Some people had the movies on the floor. Some people had the tags and you bring the tag to the desk. You remembering the spend Absolutely. I still have my laminated blockbuster card, Do you? Do you have any videos out any No, Because that's what they said. When they went to. They were Trying to survive. It's a really great documentary. But one of the things was when they announced this no late fees and that people were just like okay, we'll never bring him back. I'll never bring back That movie or video games or whatever you were written from there, but prior to Blockbuster, taking over and now here they're they're the underdog, but we can remember them being like the corporate giant that stomped out all the mom and pops right. Yeah, And we had I mean, the proliferation of video stores and our neighbor they would pop up like in a liquor store with a liquor store in the neighborhood. And this guy was like, I'm just gonna pivot. Rent some movies clear out the room in the back. So then we'd be in there eight years old. Hanging on the back of the liquor store trying to rent a movie. Avoid late fees. They would put him under the glass table and you write everyone's name on an index card say, Like McGee and family, They they all five hours and then you just lean over. Lean over the card as you rented your movie. I mean, they know Like system. It was all like index cards, and H was even all like in computer. But that was a huge, huge part of our lives. Right movies? Yeah, Yeah, totally. I'm just thinking about like, so the last blockbuster, is it videotapes? Or is it so it is videotapes? Stevie, Stevie Stephen. Sorry DVDs. I was like, who still has a VCR VHS. I'm rocking beta myself, and I still have some VHS tapes buried in my basement. Um, but, yeah, it's DVDs and it's in Bend, Oregon. There were the last several Blockbusters left. Three of them happen to be in Alaska, which kind of makes sense, right? They were still kind of holding on dirty dancing at their theater. They still have the old school stuff going on. But then bend Oregon is the last one. The Alaska ones just went out of business in the last few years. Highly recommend. The documentary could be a little longer at points. But the nostalgia in there and just the you know, looking back. It's something fun to check out, so we're looking to kill some time. Check out the last blockbuster. Alright, We're catching up here after the Indy 500 Pam again And for Karen Conti Tomba office from county fairs and join me in just a little bit here to talk grocery stores. And talk County fair. Have you guys for joining us? Hang in. We're gonna take a quick break. You're listening to W g N 7 20..
"nef" Discussed on KOMO
"Had passed vaccinations Master, We're not just completely go away more than a year into the pandemic. The debate on whether to keep masking up or not is still heated. But the secretary of health says masks will be here to stay even after the pandemic. The truth is that masks have been very effective. Scientists able continue to be a powerful tool against other viruses like the flu, and for people who are immuno compromised and in crowded settings, the state and CDC guidance says fully vaccinated, people still have to wear them in schools. Transportation, homeless shelters, prisons and all health care settings. Health officials encourage those who are fully vaccinated and want to still hold on to those masks. You do not want to shame people if they decide they feel more comfortable wearing a mask. Let's call most damning would toss up common. Whose time is 1 10 as we head over to the beacon plumbing, sports chest Indy 500 being run today Mad Madison has the latest for the fourth time. Elio Castro Neves takes the checkered flag at the Indy 500 in baseball, Mariners and Rangers, closing out their four game set this afternoon at Sea Mobile Park EMS looking for their fourth straight win, as well as the Syriza NBA playoff action hawks, taking a 31 serious lead on the Knicks with a 1 13 96 victory. Trey Young with 27 points for Atlanta, sons and Lakers underway with Phoenix looking to tie the Syriza. After that, the Celtics will look to even things up on the Nets and on the ice. Lightning will take on the Hurricanes in Carolina for Game one of round two of the Stanley Cup playoffs, followed by the Golden Knights taking on the Avalanche for the first game of their Syriza's sports at 10 and 40 past the hour..
"nef" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Here comes the past for the lead on the lead as the crowd comes to their feet and turn over three. Conner Daly of Noblesville, Indiana, has taken the lead of the Indianapolis 500 on the north side of the track through the short shoot everybody standing and waving for Connor daily, about a five car length advantage. Everybody have a front straight still on their feet. They're waving their hats. His counter daily leads CNN apples. 500. Turn over. Why, Mark? I think I've got half of noble spill here in turn one. Conner Daly, your race leader. Short shoot two car legs over. Rita Speak A is Noblesville, Indiana. Conner. Daly BK that culture heard about eight. Carl Expect Still. Elio Castroneves. Alex, pull out. Rounding out your top five. This was well earned for Connor daily to get to the front of the field Because he went low. He went high. Now he leads his team mate. Rina, speak a that It's coconut and Elio Castor Devin. Just think a few laps. Go. Was Castro Neves getting behind passing daily for third. Now it's daily and first exiting Turn number four. Well time pit stop gained 18 positions for Qatar daily The top two and in turn number one. It is a beautiful chrome silver car for Conner, Daly his advantage over his teammate reading Speak a two car lengths that in turn one honors Tuskegee Air Bed. Does Conner Daly, the U. S Air Force sponsorship, all of that car swings wide. Let's that car get in the middle of the racetrack being case starts in 10. Look up under that real way, boy. They are working their way into turn number three. It looks like one car until they get to the apex of the turn Counter daily, followed by his teammate Rina's Becae. They are the two Chevys up front with a boatload of Honda's following them exiting turn number 44 car length advantage for Connor Daily. Don't know that at the front pack did Killman Colton heard it might not be the smartest boy he has proved sound, probably in third, Elio Castro Neves in the fourth position, jumped on the inside to get around holding her eggs not close enough. How about Alex below Michael Somare sneaky and then get smart, just kind of riding right now. Positions got a very good job this far in the early stages of this race once again, down that back straight away, the carpenter teammates start to go at it again, and carpenters family owned this speedway until a year and a half ago. Now his team owns positions wanted to Candide Leap. Alibi. Reena speaking, and those two cars have pulled away a little bit. Colton heard us about 10 car lengths behind VK, who's in second Four car linked advantage for Conner Daly. We will complete 53 laps this time by its daily VK heard a Castro Neves and below the top five Sato award Hunter Ray, But Buckland and Graham Ray hold the top 10 of the 105th Indianapolis 500 Racing Optics is the official.
"nef" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"These drivers on cold tires, but Connor daily Spielen fearless, he most of the outside, But here comes a Leo Castro Neves in the board. Likely looking for third. D'Mello Castro Neves all around the rear wing of Qatar. Daily Alex Below will get around. Ryan Hunter Rey now. Pato Award working on Ryan 100 Ray. That's the battle for six position. Elio Castroneves made that pass on counter daily, and now he's going to shoot for third side by side. They go into turn Number three and Castro Neves gets around daily again put him in third. It is rolling in turn number four Azalea Castro Neves has moved a third. Heard it in First BK and second Elio Win high. He went low on both into the race track. His car is hooked up a strong run for the third police driver into turn over while they're on their feet here, in turn, number one as well as their single file. It's called Kurt Arena Speak a veteran Elio Pastor Nevins, the wily old veteran trying to show these youngsters a finger to hear even have with motor Speedway cold $100 to speak a will look to the inside of Colt unheard of back to The outside. Here comes Kay single file right now in the ring turn number three, but not for long, all the way down to the bottom of the racetrack. It's kind of daily. They got back that position on Castro Neves broken harness the leader in the four in the Air Force machine. It's Conner Daly. Now in third, he has his sights set. On Rina's VK his teammate 123 Hurdle with the league Very late. Move by Qatar Daily into turn number three Greatest ck a strong run into turn number one that was bold for Connor. He's looking even bolder, trying to get around reading. Speak a teammate. He'll come back in line. Hold her another leader, to turn to hold. Heard about two car lights over Kay that daily Castro Neves Alex below and Takuma Sato round out. Your top six. Here comes really speak a got to take a look up holding her to get to the inside and they worked away and it's her number three and call. I heard it drifts up just a little bit. VK now falls in line that it's kind of daily, followed by Castro de vis a quarter of the way through this race and everybody on their feet and turn for as VK about a couple of car lengths behind exiting four behind her to 49 this time by Heard of Ikea daily Castro, Devon's Pelo and Saddle the top six into Turn one. It's go Time for the Ed Carpenter teammates free to speak a shoot for the lead and Michael, he brings ponder daily with them in the second Nice boom Cotter daily. Round cultured Heard. It's a BK to Carl. It's in daily quoted Hover then Elliot Castro Neves, Alex pulled right out your top five. Here comes the past for the lead on the lead as the crowd comes to their feet and turn over three. Conner Daly of Noblesville, Indiana, has taken the lead of the Indianapolis 500 on the.
Farfetch Founder José Neves Unpacks His Newest Partnership with Alibaba and Richemont
"Stick investment was theme seven in this year's report on the state of fashion 2021 it offered a prediction that companies will begin maneuvering for the post pandemic reality to grow market share and expand their capabilities. But in fact it is already happening. The recent landmark deal with far fetch alibaba richemont and carrying is a case in point. I it brings together two rival luxury goods groups respond carrying who both invested in farfetched. But there's also added interests because riche mont is also the owner bucs neta portait group a major rival too far fetch. Now i'm joined by josie neva's founder and chief executive of farfetched. Who's in some paolo today. As well as mike evans president of alibaba who joins us mexico in this their first joint conversation. They'll help us to understand the anatomy of this megadeal and what it portends for the global luxury e commerce space. Welcome to you. Both josie and mike josie. I wanted to start with you. I you know this is a deal that really took the industry by surprise. Some of our reporters kind of dropped the mic on slack and other places like where did this deal come from. So in the first instance can you just give us a sense of the genesis of this megadeal. How did it happen sure Think the channels of the deal was compensation which you i will never forget about the station with daniel jank and the conversation just understand the chinese online luxury market In both electric pavilion was doing private. China was doing and we ended up staying for a long time much longer than what we expected and what what was clear was while three things first. We think as tech businesses we add technology bathrooms not retailers. And and we really are at the service of the best brands and the best relates to really enable them. We're here to enable industries and that ito's was very very striking because we're not here to replace physical rebuilt for example firefights spotted with physical retail. That's that's what we did since they when we continue to have. We started the future new retail. Very much believe in in how we reinvent the magic Physical retail and. It's the same with alibaba. actually so they. they add enabling tens of thousands of physical retailers in china knocking luxury but in other countries with went single platform. So that was when the second walls china and how combined shining. Fox's we could have a win win proposition for consumers and also for brands and retailers in that in that market and said when whilst the global nature of this deal that we should really join forces to create this vision of luxury new retail new retail his alibaba strategy out mentors retail whilst fash strategy luxury new retail is the combination of
Woman, 2 pets found dead after Albany Park apartment fire, Chicago
"In an Albany park apartment after firefighters were called to the building. For a fire in the 4400 block of North Lawndale this morning. Chicago Fire Department says the 44 year old Corrina Neves died at the scene. The fire was confined to just one apartment. The cause is under investigation. WGN
The secrets we keep
"He's a bit of a list of the kinds of secrets. Jillian his the most a shame about some floor that the person imagines that they actually have because we keep secrets from ourselves. As well you me so infidelity is a common one feeling anim-. Pasta is often a secret that people have men and women like sort of stereotypes too much. But let's just indulge for the moment in the stereotype. I think men very often have the impostor syndrome that they performing as OPEC inside the field theory small or not competent and they have to keep that a secret from everybody in the workplace women. Mark of the NEF secrets about their anxieties about attractiveness or they might keep secrets about that. They're not quite tuned on the partners. The bottom I think they are also secrets about history that people not being sexually abused as children and it's interesting that the shame comes to rest with the victim often and not the perpetrator and they can be very anxious about that and the reasons because if they disclose it often they become defined by other people as the victim of sexual abuse and the complexity of you that are lost. Mental illness in the family is often hidden. So if these relative. That's Paolo who somebody has committed suicide. These often very very unfortunately and sadly and that's changing somewhat but the a lot of secrets around that as well Jill. I'm thinking about things I haven't disclosed to people like my partner and I don't know if it's fear of the consequences so much as just not wanting to talk about it. Can sometimes it just be private? I definitely believe that we need privacy. Because that's what we all made so that people can treat thoughts. We are definitely entitled to have our own inner subjectivity and earn in a lives. I would ask if you were in the rooms with me. Is the particular reason why you would prefer not to talk if you naturally introverted. That's fine but I think in the therapy space probes. Bit Foods are in circa. Was it important to you not to talk? What does it give you not talk? And it may indeed. You're not to talk that you don't have to feel everything has to be in the sheet space. And what would happen if you did talk because I think with social media we all having Leeson Leeson lease province face so DEB's opposite space from your partner fields to me a positive to what about the secrets that we keep from ourselves where we mytalk from ourselves for example that we angry people we might hard from ourselves that while we say that we are passionate about climate change we don't actually stopped going on Earth. Z's holiday in the plane that's putting a lot of emissions into the air we can't SOCI- eight from that bit in order to protect ourselves. Have you been looking at my passport? I know you be up in looking at my own. Always use the exhaust until said. I'm guilty so secrets aren't just about holding. In the fact that you know your best friend had an affair or that you have a Chinese character tattooed on your ass cheeks. Those are the things that you don't necessarily wanNA share with everyone but secrets ulcer. Include stuff that we're keeping from ourselves it's what therapists coal cognitive dissonance. Basically where you think one thing but do another like people who say. I'm really into healthy living while drinking two bottles of wine. It's not being honest with yourself but let's get back to secrets because they had tasty right and even sitting he now. I'm realizing that I have a few secrets of my own. That are buried so deep. It's actually like they've almost disappeared. Researches from Columbia University in the states have a website called keeping secrets dot org which has worked out the top. Thirty eight secrets people normally keep and they're not all negative. They include the secret people. Keep when they're planning to propose marriage and secret work envisions high up on the list. Is Secrecy about finances but predictably some of the most common secrets people keep About
Colin Firth's wife Livia admits to having affair with alleged stalker
"The part of the show where we play the birthday game a of your own plus arroyo's and the house she than the films than tapered turn at the birthday game but first club we check our interest famous mm let's start shall we with stars behaving badly long before act allegations against harvey weinstein surface last october bill cosby faced accusations of sexual assault for more than fifty women and the woman who played is oldest daughter on the cosby show never spoke out until now three years after his behavior first made headlines effect he's in the courts ali sabana who was sixteen when she uh became denise hawks to below on the cosby show and then as spinoff the different world tells nef of porter magazine there was no knowledge on my part about his specific actions but there was just energy and that type of sinister shadow energy cannot be conceived though i don't know she had a vibe maybe the fairway from uncle bill as a really fully explain things also oddly heather lock lear was arrested the couple of weeks ago new details emerge apparently she got into a with her boyfriend chris isler as she winds up getting arrested for onecount felony domestic violence and three counts of misdemeanor battery on a police officer she mixed up this mix it up on the cops when they arrived so she is awaiting whatever happens in the courts with her charges this heather locklear also um colin firth and his wife livio gucci oli as split for a time a few years ago when she took up with a guy who has turned into a stalker who sent naked pictures of her to her oscarwinning husband sowa this was between nineteen or two thousand fifteen in 2016 um so he had allegedly harassed her with frightening messages now police in rome are investigating according to the times of london the times of.