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"nankai" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

07:40 min | 7 months ago

"nankai" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"Do you think he's I'll just ask like this. Where what is Jason Doing Twenty twenty? I think Jason witten retires and he reflects For a year just to see you know I. It's it's GONNA maybe to. The dynamics are still going to be too vivid to recent. He's going to need to say well. Let me take a year off. I you know I've been in the broadcast booth. I've been back on the field. What is it I really want to do and I don't think anybody will blame them for that? He needs to do that This conversation for another day but we have a couple of minutes laughs all just asking now. Do you do agree that he's dented. Is Like I mean. He's still a ring of honor players in the hall of fame but the the last taste is different. It's like now it's like the last Bida food. Sometimes you're like all that by was incredible my meal I'm happy with the ending. And then you had a little bit left and you go back and get that last by a man. That bite was not as good. And that's your lasting impression. Yeah I don't think he's dented his legacy. I mean you know maybe kink. Yeah I mean the smallest. Yeah no now. Yeah I mean you know it it I mean anybody. Anyone would still use him to endorse their products. Sure you know I mean the guy still all around you know cowboy. You know he's still you know. Just Walter Payton. He went from the guy. Though that you know West was man we we let him down. He went from that guy. The guy that held onto long. And that's the difference. That's that's the difference between hanging on. Just one extra season you you know you. We talked about this back. Then I think your all time. Favorite Nankai was peyton manning. Peyton was living on that line when he retired witten witten unfortunately when a little bit past it wins best last year would have been last year. Right when he was in the booth and and it he'd been part of the team rallied back. Yeah exactly and you know but you know there's part of me is kind of a applauding him for saying. Let me give in another world. You're living his truth do and and what he saw with the team last year excited him and he said you know. Hey this might be something special. I would like to be in whatever role possible part of that something special and and it didn't materialize. And I you know I can't fault them too much for that you know his body gave out on him. He didn't perform you know the way. I think a lot of his wanted seem perform but it wasn't for lack of effort I think he'd put everything he had into it. And try to be a leader in a motivator just came up short. I agree with that and I'll to allow myself to explain just a little bit. I think part of the reason for the dented into the king. Or whatever you WANNA call. It is the year that it was because because there are there are bad years. You know it's like we don't talk about Twenty fifteen and twenty nine hundred is going to be like. That's the year it all fell apart. You know what I mean and so to be associated with that in general adds a kink or whatever but to have that. That's that's the one you came back back for. You know what I mean is it just looks a little bill funny and then for him to have to say well. I was on that last team. That ultimately destroyed Jason Garrett's career. Right you know. And I'm sure him and Garrett are very close and you know that has to have You know some type of personal regret on his part as well for whatever it might be but yeah so for for a few reasons like you're saying yeah. There's there's a kink there but you know I think Jason witten still Just an honorable person and try to do his best and just came up short this year. I'll be interested to see how targeted he is in the Red Zone on Sunday. Because he's one behind Dez for the all time record in terms of receiving touchdown so I would imagine he wants to own it outright or at least wants to tie but I wonder if if it's first goal at a Pasco's to win the conspiracy theorist in me will say this. This is clearly about that which I am I right about this? Actually what would that bother you if he wasn't like wide open. You know what I'm talking. I'm like overtime winner against the Eagles Wide Open. If if it was just like Dax I read. Yeah would that bother you or would you say a big deal. No I wouldn't bother me at all I think you know if if if if they feel that's gang plan and they feel you know okay Jason's got one more game in him and you know I wouldn't mind targeting him I I like the idea of him being the all time leader more than days just because I think women has has a larger case to be like the greatest cowboy of all time versus desert desert still wonderful But careers just longer. I mean yes absolutely you know. Everybody has their cups of tea. Okay well sorry. Rei the audio quality was low. Let me know if it was all together fix. I think it was okay but if you know hopefully you caught. The warnings for the AD and whatnot Hopefully you guys have a safe trip to and from Sedona God bless and God willing. And we'll have you back next week. What's your prediction are the cowboys the NFC's champions do they get the two things? They need had an eagles loss in in a win from their own accord. No I don't think Tell me how those two things go. I think the Eagles win. Okay so they it's over. It's over I think the Eagles Win I think they They they demonstrated how much You know at least I saw how much it meant to them. They came ready. They were repaired. And I think they're going to be ready as well for this next game against the giants I don't see any way that they lose And on the flip flipside You know I I think cowboys are still going to be a little dysfunctional unfortunate- unfortunately I don't see you know that they can fix everything that we I saw bad in the last game you know within the course of this one short holiday week With all of the you know just activity woody and noise and and speculation and everything surrounding you know Their their their training and their practices and the game. You know unfortunately i. I don't know I'm concerned that they might lose this game. You know so I if I had to bet the House I'd say Eagles and cowboys lose this week. I I think that happens that sequence but I think it's a little bit different. I think both games are Kinda close for the first half as they're happening in parallel and so obviously obviously there'll be some scoreboard watching and whatnot. And I think maybe even the giants maybe lead at the beginning of the third quarter and then I think there's like a pick six. The Eagles and I think getting that with from the cowboys will cause them to break. And that's when Washington will break it open. You know what I'm saying and so I think it's just this big Avalanche all at once. Eagles takeover Washington digs over. And then it all just sense. Yeah no I mean I can. I mean obviously. We don't know what's going to happen but again Dan I I think the eagles are gonNA come out strong steady and You know obviously I would like something else to happen but you know that's my prediction. Well everybody Hope you had a very merry Christmas. Hope your holidays are going well. If you're with family tell them we said what's up if you're hiding from them to listen to this just telling me another minute get a snack or something have a trip to sedona. He'll be back next week. I everybody we love you all. This was fun. Sorry about my sniffles. Have a good one have have the best Friday of all time you know why because you deserve it. We will see them in on my friends as always go cowboys and peace APP.

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"nankai" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"nankai" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Nankai Roz today. And how I built this. We meet the very unlikely entrepreneur, I didn't respect businessmen. I had no interest in business. What's Rosa craftsman? Yvonne Chouinard went on to start. The hugely successful outdoor gear company Patagonia, even as he told his customers to think twice before they buy anything, not just our product. But anything it's an hour of economics and innovation on planet money and how I built this from NPR. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Janine Herbst. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo is heading to Russia to meet Tuesday with Russian President Vladimir Putin and foreign ministers there gala, rob and the Black Sea resort of socially. It'll be the highest level face-to-face talks since the release of the special counsel's report on Russian election. Interference cleanup continues in the Houston ship channel after a collision between vessels yesterday sent thousands of gallons of toxic gas on Friday and additive into the water. So far officials say that additive isn't a major health concern. But as Houston public media's Davis land reports officials are still suspending oyster harvesting downstream until further notice the coast guard and National Transportation Safety board still aren't sure what caused a tanker to crash into a tugboat pushing barges last Friday, one barge capsized and clean up crews will have to cut through the steel bottom of the ship to pump out the remaining product officials say so. Far too Segel's one raccoon and some fish are believed to have died due to the spill residents in the area have complained of gasoline odor. At a press conference. Jim Guidry of the barge companies has twenty four hour. Air quality monitoring is ongoing. We've not seen any levels that cause us concern for people's health. Fishermen are also being encouraged not to eat fish caught in certain parts of the Galveston bay for NPR news. I'm Davis land loaders are casting their ballots today in northern India and fears Freyer reports it's the second to last round of voting in the general election where prime minister Narendra Modi is seeking a second term moody was elected five years ago on a promise of prosperity India's economy is growing fast. But job creation has not kept pace and unemployment is at a four decade high opposition parties accused Mody of not doing enough to help farmers low crop prices have led many to take their own lives. And here's Lauren Freyer reporting from him by Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has apparently selected a spot for. A new settlement in the Golan Heights to be named for President Trump. The town will be named so named to honor his recognition of Israel sovereignty over the territory tenure Kramer has more a site for the new settlement has been selected as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday. It's been have to be approved by the new government Netanyahu is currently trying to form why Netanyahu gave no further. Details is very media reports suggested that the site is located in the northwestern part of the golden heights. He may lay the cornerstone as early as June is captured the territory from Syria and ninety sixty seven war, most of the international community considers the golden heights as occupied territory in much. President Trump recognized is very control over the Golan Heights. The decision to international criticism for NPR news. I'm Tanya Crema in Jerusalem. Asian markets are trading lower at this hour. The Nikkei the main market in Japan is down. Nearly a half percent. You're.

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"nankai" Discussed on Food 4 Thot

Food 4 Thot

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"nankai" Discussed on Food 4 Thot

"Right. So what's the difference between us receiving a nomination out of Golden Globes, for example, versus not why is that so critically important to the studios into the networks. Yeah. God. That's that's yeah. That's too. So amazing. It's like it's that's an opportunity for the audience that like the larger audience to kind of get familiar and hear about it. There's so many people in my life only ever in my Nankai, for example, only ever heard of post because of the Golden Globes like as much as stuff that was happening like like everyone in my life, who's queer on as soon as pose happened like everything talking about it already. Like literally, I would have like if my entire. Was queer. I would've thought that this was like the biggest show on television. And you know, kind of for minute. I kind of I kind of did. And then I was like, oh, wait, let's look at the world that we live in. And so it's like. It feels kind of shitty especially like as a sort of younger creative who's moving into that world, and like trying to make choices and trying to move forward because it sort of feels like there's a way in which you have to figure out how to court that even if you're not interested in it or don't want it does that make sense. Like, yeah. Yeah. You just made me think of two really big thought two things one is too. Big too. One being we have to ask ourselves who is talking about the work, right? Because at the end of the day, as you just said, everyone in your life was talking about this show, you know. And so who in this industry's voice has value. You know because similar to you. I know and I mean, I'm an aunt so it's a little different. But if I weren't in the bubble of pose, I know that everyone in my life would have been talking about it as well, which leads me to the next point. Which is someone said to me. And this was when I was in grad school, we were discussing. I think it was like maybe two dozen twelve thousand thirteen and it was when madman was out. And it was winning all all the Emmys every year, and it was, you know, tons of words, and I was like, wow, it's like this big massive head, and this friend said to me a big massive hit because you live in LA. And what does that mean? And there were like if you go out of your bubble. You'll see that really no one else had of Los Angeles is talking about it was like, really. And then you look at the numbers the raw numbers of who's watching the show, and they're not again, it wasn't a ratings bonanza people watch fucking dumb shit like the big bang theory. Fucking awful trash TV is what are the big hits. It's unbelievable. I've actually never seen that show has some bias as a scientist who. Criticism of TV scientists. But no, I mean, it's very true. I think that, but that gets sort of this question of even with so I think we think of popular art like Hollywood is sort of being often low art, and I don't mean that majority of sense, but just popular for white consumption. But even within that there is a geographical distribution a high and low art TV like what is a show attempting attempting to be sitcoms can get like thirty rock, very meta. Right. Or just be like something that is enjoyable consumable in easy to watch you guys. Get get ready. You ready? There's an amazing David foster Wallace essay..

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"nankai" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"nankai" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Download it and get all the selections from Judah big for the stakes races, including those three derby preps. That's right. It's a it's a good show. It was it was a fun show to do. But. Yeah. A lot of people were asking for it this morning, and I didn't know. At four thirty this morning. What was going on? So I didn't wanna call anybody in wake them up. So thank you for that. Glad this. Glad to see that. It's up and functioning I tested it on my phone. It works fine on my phone. So assuming it will work fine. Wherever you are. So marquess at eight thirty five Don little junior centennial farms. They're sending out me host the mutual. Macho man winter in the Holy Bull stakes at Gulfstream this afternoon. So we'll talk to Dan little from centennial farms at nine o'clock eastern time Doug Arnold from buck pond is going to be with us in the second half of the show around nine twenty eastern. He will be with us for our stallion spotlight segment, which is presented every Saturday morning by red brand fence. We'll get a chance to talk about the stallions at buck pond farm and yesterday unexpressed bet radio hall of fame jockey, Kent disarm. Oh, joined Jude Anthony. And did he was so good? You'd I put that interview together. So we could replay it for our listeners this morning because I know a lot of people probably catch it yesterday afternoon necessarily. So we're going to replay it here coming up in just about five minutes. Right now. And can't was so good talking about his career and milestone, win number six thousand and some of the moments that have stood out to him throughout those six thousand victories. And I can't wait for our listeners here at this morning. Yeah. He was he was in a great mood. He just won the last race. He wrote about twenty five minutes before. So he was feeling pretty cheeky in in. Yeah. It was fun to talk to him. He he I think he's really enjoying the fact that he won the six thousand. Well, I don't wanna spoil the thousand and one now with victory yesterday allegedly maybe has a different take on that. And you're gonna hear that interview coming up in just a few minutes. We'll bring that your way we'll bring Marc Cassie your way down little junior Arnold in our industry star of the week, which is presented by Stuart Morris that comes up toward the end of the first hour as well. A lot of things to get too. Busy morning. It's the equipment forum on H R N, and it's all presented by red brand fence manufacturing the V, mesh and Nankai..

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"nankai" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"nankai" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"The note, the number of jobs that will be viscera to the next twenty years is like is massive tens of millions of the night. So we're going to deal with that in a world where we produce all the goods, we need without needing people to do physical labor. Any more is a very real phenomenon. But I think that just. Simply believing that we can slap a tax on the rich people in the rich people won't just move their wealth. Overseas is naive at at at its most gentle level to describe it. Stupid. Willful stupidity. At is worse. Like if you look at the tax rates in this country back in the fifties and sixties there were seventy eighty percent tax rates, but we collected the same amount of tax relative to the GDP. So that total tax collection. Relative GP was relatively comparable even with much much higher. Marginal ex rates, and the reason was is that people basically simply evaded the taxes. Yeah. And that was back in the sixties today so much easier debate taxes, you can move assets overseas very easily you can movement or Nankai yourself a salary and have your open equity come from equity, which is completely legitimate. Like, I'm not interested in drawing a salary. I'm interested in owning equity and assets that appreciate but on the other hand, I would really really really like us to put a carbon tax in place. Immediately crazy to me that we have this extra analogy where you're allowed to pump all the carbon you wanted to the atmosphere. Destroy the. Boulevard. Children destroying that world. Fake news. Listen, everybody. It was freezing. Okay. She kaka. You take a look at the river frozen. Okay. Glue road hat people talk noble. I I see frozen river. Okay. The ice skating in Chicago on the river. If I I would. All right. Who? Edit that piece out of the secret service. He was talking metaphor. If I could. Which was a qualify. I'm not capable of doing it. Because of my pacifist religion. Therefore, I will guys would fire festival you watch the docs, that's on the list of things to do. You. Haven't watched it yet. This guy walked through the battery yesterday with a frie- t shirt on I go were you involved Firestone tire fryer FYE? Please tell me you're involved. He goes, no just got the t shirt, I super bombed. I am going to make myself a theranos just at K. Listen, you guys are all fans show somebody out. There has theranos witty for me theranos play. I need actually what I really want. If somebody could do this for me. All right in an imaginary world, if somebody went down to Mountain View over the heck their headquarters were and got a crowbar and ripped that there are no sign of the side of the building. I might know somebody who would pay you without dollars for that side. I'm not saying you should commit a crime. No, I'm not saying you should rip that side. But if that's fine fell off and was in the truck somehow into your Uber. X pool. To liquidate that thing you can go buy need the theranos signed from the building I will pay. So I'll tell you dollars that's on right now in the garbage. So so my dad wants a choir discolor that was sitting in the back of a junk yard down Rochester. We used to live in big two thousand two ton four thousand pound bronze sculpture, and it was in the Junker because broken. And so he just threw it in our front yard and just sort of sat there for many many years. Neighbors must lemon and one no one day. Basically, here's a towbar drop. And he's like, oh, they must be towing that car. Cross the street with Carl arm comes out the next morning, this cultures gone four thousand pounds culture, someone stole it. So then he goes and actually figures out what he owned 'cause he didn't really know turns out as a half a million dollar prize to talion postmodern sculpture that was just sitting in the front yard for a decade before it got stolen. Wow. So. Yeah. Those things I ever find the gone still my still art dot com. Yeah. Yeah. On the block Shadayev kinda do. Blockchain before he's seen linked to invest one hundred million coins, the white paper this couple types, don't worry about it..

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Herbal Warfare

A Moment of Science

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Herbal Warfare

"Crabgrass that ugly? Not just we'd maybe the scourge of the perfect lawn and the perfectionist Gardner, but along with being is sort. It's also responsible for a substantial amount of crop loss on commercial farms coming. Wisdom says that crabgrass is hard to get rid of and it crowds out the plants around it and does not allow them to get enough space and nutrients, however, scientists have long wondered if crab rest dominates your laws real estate by using a technique called allopathy. This literally means others suffering and occurs when a plant harms another by emitting toxic substances into the environment, usually through the soil, researchers from Nankai university China Agricultural university and the Chinese Academy of sciences found out that crabgrass. Does use this method of weeding out its neighboring plants they isolated three chemicals from the roots and soils. Around. Crabgrass? Then they put these chemicals in the pots were they had planted wheat, maize and soybeans. Sure enough the plans did not grow as well. When given the toxins in addition this compounds also reduced the amount of carbon in the soils microbial biomass. This means crabgrass can actually change the makeup of the bacteria in the dirt around it since plants rely on 'Bacterial to be able to get nutrients from the soil such as nitrogen and organic compounds and makes it harder for the plants around the weed to grow. So the next time that you go out to skirt round up on the crabgrass in your lawn. Remember that the weed is spreading around a little herbicide of its own his chemical warfare, right? Under your nose. This moment of science comes from Indiana University. I'm Don glass.

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"nankai" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"nankai" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Do you want to try to slide in one more call or do we need to get a break in here? This is all your world. I'm just living at we're right up against the break. Maybe get one more tall. And let's go ahead. Let slide in one more. Let's go north of the border. Tony is in Vancouver. And he's next up on Fox Sports radio. What's going on? Tony. You're going to hear a lot about Sean Payton did this or you should have done that. I'm sorry that that call that interference Paul was wide open the west no longer players in the area. It was wide open. It was there. I don't know what the weasel looking at what? Nankai portable non call. Boy. No one's arguing that. I don't think they'll be they took the super, but they affected the outcome of that game saying that, you know. Did that? No, it would have been I down three feel. Bravo, bravo. There you go about that. Okay. Great. If they didn't get it. Then what are you gonna do? Go into a whole and not just cry about it. No. Guess her fans will never forget the players will never forget it. Just like Sean Payton said, we'll never forget it. Hey, aren't guess what? Saints started the overtime with the football. Why not just go down to score? And in the damn thing. I mean, I understand. Yes. No one is arguing that was a really bad call but bottom line, they still would have a had to make the field goal which look good. I'm not arguing that be. There would have been a little bit of time left on the clock. You say three knees in a field. But what the Rams have one time outlet whenever that happens. There would have been Scotia amount of time. But then see even after the bad call you had every opportunity to stop this team. They still had to drive down with a minute. You're telling me the Rams didn't have to do anything to force overtime gave sterling you'd have to kick a forty eight yard if you'll golden blue mom what about a ninety eight yard field goal in overtime who buckle rooftop. Wait a minute. Could you imagine? If I was an NFL official. I blew a call were they got a few the end, the regulation overtime, and I went onset. Yeah. I the call. But hey, what the play Dave beds come on? Now, don't let that define you could coaching Oranje. It's called coaching. It's called doing your job. Have you watched the NFL this year? What are you bitch about every single night on this show that we do officiating is awful. I could be an official. Well, you better be prepared. Then you're going to have some bad calls go against you. Yeah. It was a bad call. Yeah. May have cost them the gay. But guess what? They had multiple opportunities to go out and stop the Rams period end of discussion. Yeah. You got host do something about it. It's all I've heard for whatever long after the talk rule game. We'll talk real bad call. But yet all these opportunities to stop them. What do you do you go to stop them? If your team teams worked so hard to get to this point and to get hosed on a such a blatant call or non. Call like that that's a tough pill the swallow, my friend and the same thing goes for the Kansas City Chiefs when you have Brady and the patriots on the rope. It's bad enough. Trying to stop them yet alone. Some bogus roughing the passer. Call. Yeah. It hurts a little bit hurts a lot bit. You keep bringing up a roughing the passer call that was a second down play as if it just changed the whole game. But I understand I'm not going to be able to talk to you out of it. There's people that call Tom Brady lucky. All right..

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"nankai" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"nankai" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Think if we just isolated between those two issues that basically answer to that question is is essentially yes, the way that we get out of that is not necessarily a people's voter a second referendum, but rather a general election, and then you may end up with a labor government and presumably if they stick with the with the idea of not having a second referendum. They will be leaning. I I would think more tour softer Brexit. So I mean, I think really the point is that there's a huge range of possibilities. Still available at this moment. People are still speculating whether or not the prime minister making can survive for all that much longer. And that's really the sort of this feeling of chaos in the market, which has been the problem in terms of finding a direction for the pound. We just heard David. They're us the the two I suppose extremes one seventeen on the bed. One forty on the offer. Let's just take your roadmap, which is maybe emotional conference from labor dropped fall in the government. We go to general election and the risk. The risk is that you may have more of a coalition. You may have a labor government. Do you position Nankai for more? Dine signs starting risk more dine side equity risk in that scenario staff and high investable is it to you. Against that scenario that you outlined. I see considerable downside for a broad range of UK assets. Be it frankly, the property market be it, the equities and also, of course, the currency. These are very negative scenarios in the sense that ultimately whether we have a softer or harder breaks at the end of the day potential GDP growth in the kingdom is coming down. And it has come down already since since two thousand sixteen when this whole issue started. So at this stage, I don't want to sound overly pessimistic. But I don't see a lot of avenues for where. I can turn around and say, you know, the the the worst is over for the pound from here. We're going up. I actually I don't think so. I I often try I think sometimes there is a bias to talk everything dying. And so that's why I want to look at British equities. We are Batman the word is not going to stop even hard Brexit. Even who you enter WTO the world is not going to stop now. British equities the Footsie-100 is on track for its worst year since two thousand and eight is there anything in there that says she there's some global companies with good balance sheets, which are rebuffs which global demand and may offer an opportunity. Yes, man is I think that's fair. And I mean, we have done a fair bit of work trying to identify within the UK equity space companies, which are for the lack of a better phrase completely unfairly painted with the Brexit brush and have nothing to do with it. Very little parts of their businesses are actually domestically located in the UK, and they essentially earn FX US dollars per primarily, but they happen to be listed in the UK. So those kinds of companies names like, for example, historically, bell. When the pound goes down. There may be some argument to follow that investment strategy now as well. But I think that famous phrase this time is different and I wouldn't go too far with that. Okay. But this time it's different one of the thing that struck me as a sitting in the car coming in this morning, which was a referendum. We vote we vote to stay. If I am a CEO of a major company rise. Why would I put capital to work in a country where ultimately latent Brexit risk is alive and well in perpetuity, even if we have a second, and we vote to stay Brexit risk is very real. And it's very prescient. And it could be there in perpetuity agree or disagree. I think you've hit the nail exactly on the head. And that's been the problem. Not just now. But for the last set of basically, two years, UK companies have been surveying the landscape and saying, you know, this is just simply too uncertain for us. We're going to hold back. And so when you hold back on cap ax as long as as they have. And I think they will continue to do. So you eventually erode potential GDP growth rates in the United Kingdom and that is unequivocally a negative. So I think that's very clearly an issue. Okay. Let's see. What's at plays? Stephan offer stay with me. We've got more value to have from us this morning. Still ahead. It's been forty years since China opened up neither slowed on trade tensions.

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"nankai" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"nankai" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Spear just got a few more million dollars. Yeah. I mean, I don't think the beard was rock can afford a good feared comb. Glorious beard. Dean Wieder went to Illinois. We add five you gotta ask him about his no not these beard about his his fighting, align. Yeah. Do you think had Michigan beaten, Ohio State? Do you think Harbaugh would have gotten the award or you think because fits got his team to the big ten title game that this was his award all along. Yes. Yes. I think the second part of that. 'cause he got they won the west and they got to the big ten title. They started adversity to serve the season. Is it two years in or three years in a row where they've gotten off before years ago, they used to get off to a hot start the last several years have gotten off to a really rocky start? And then they find their way, but wasn't their first game against Purdue originally didn't they open against Purdue beat Purdue. They lost in the Nankai lost to Duke. Morning show. I two they lost to Akron, wasn't an Akron. So and then they lost another team. Yeah. I mean, I think they lost three of their first four games. And then they completely turned everything around the teams they'd be in the big ten slate. They were no push. It was Duke acronym. Michigan three in a row. And then they turned it around at Michigan state than they won four in a row lost another Dame. And now they've won three in a row. So they've won seven of their last date. They were winning that game against Michigan. Yes, they lost the game alternately by three..

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"nankai" Discussed on 30 For 30 Podcasts

30 For 30 Podcasts

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"nankai" Discussed on 30 For 30 Podcasts

"Teams in the Nippon professional baseball league or N P B for short sent prospects to develop in the American minor leagues. More commie a promising pitcher for the Nankai hawks was one of them. When more comet was called up to the San Francisco Giants in September nineteen sixty four. It was a dream. Come true, only, everyone on the team was gathered in the clubhouse. And they said, congratulations. Congratulations. Congratulations. Tons eighteen ten as the season wound down San Francisco did what they could to keep this Japanese FINA. Stateside and the giants check for ten thousand dollars to the Nankai. Hawks more commies team felt they had been double cross and. Nankai hawks front office went beserk. San Francisco was supposed to help the hawks develop players. Not poached them. More Kami was dubbed, a greedy traitor by the press, and he eventually bowed to pressure returning to Japan in nineteen sixty six has American dream was over relegated to a footnote in baseball history to defy custom and tradition was a really difficult thing. In the few new hobbies when we're commie returned to Japan, the decision to leave America continued to haunt him. He recalls hearing the song, I left my heart in San Francisco while out with friends. Waitress at the bar was like are you crying? His friend offered to talk to the general manager to see if more comic and go back. No, I've made a promise. But the truth is I wanna play in America. Japanese players were already on an island. But after Moore Murakami team owners built a wall between them and the major leagues the free exchange of cultures and players was over the Japanese and Americans hammered out what they called a working agreement in which both sides would keep their hands off of each other's players know Japanese went to the states again. In the years after the nineteen ninety all star game against rob Dibble and the other big leaguers Deo Nomo was still as dominant as ever leading the league in wins three seasons in a row. Must talk Keith us on the mall. Nine nineteen ninety four. No most team that can Tetsu Buffalo's hired a new manager Keishi Suzuki says Ukio was a hall fame pitcher, but also a real hard s. And his philosophy was pitcher should pitch until his arm falls off. And that the best way to cure sore arms to grow and throw more. So he figured if he could do it than everybody else could Suzuki represented an old school Japanese coaching style. That Nomo had always resisted. I don't do coaches were very strict the Clinton more emphasis on attitude and choice of words than what you do in practice. Kozo ABI is a longtime Tokyo sports editor it's it's jumped in his traditional way of kind of out in the Judah would teachers has do this win. And if you don't do that to get mad. That's coach Nomo's obedience to Suzuki landed him on the disabled list for most of the season Nomo said because right arm hurt so much you had to drive his car with his left hand. So that animosity towards Suzuki was the start of it all Nomo had had enough. He wanted out of Japanese baseball. The only question he had was how..

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"nankai" Discussed on All Systems Goku

All Systems Goku

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"nankai" Discussed on All Systems Goku

"Here we go. It's time for the only anime podcast on the planet. There are no other anime podcasts in existence, and now the one, the only the only one you need. The only one you love is back. Although there are no other ones there are no, there are no other. There are no other anime podcast. I looked. Hi tune? The only one I went to the I tunes, I typed in anime and it didn't nothing there. I don't know. They have John RAs for other things. There are sports podcasts. They're like gambling podcasts. There's things for everything you could ever imagined for like growing vegetables in your apartment. Nothing about anime like people wanna. Have you know weird relations with a car or a roller coaster? Like there's a podcast for that, but anime make wrestling podcast now, wait podcast about wrestling. Yeah, from like old wrestlers that worked in wrestling and stuff like they just talk about wrestling for the most part. That'll never work. We're here. I'm Geoff Garin. Dan Reichert is also present and we are back and ready to talk about dragon ball, z KAI. Yes, the the final chapters, the new class? Yes. Yeah. Yeah. So these got released under the name. The final chapter is when they came out on discs and stuff, so they kind of rebuild it and there was a chunk of time here looking at Wikipedia, which is an anime website. Let's see the final episode of the previous run of dragging ballsy the final episode of kind of like the cell saga and Goku doing this thing and everything that happened there that aired in the states. February twenty thirteen. Then this first episode we're gonna talk to episode ninety nine American air date January twenty seventeen. We're talking very recent here like a year and a half ago. Yeah, yeah. In the grand scheme of things, these things you know were were made available on in physical form pretty recently, and it's a dramatic shift across the board. I think we knew going in that this was going to be a very different thing. But man, I mean, it's it's sixteen by nine now. Yeah, and you can tell it's definitely like crop crop or sixteen by nine. Yeah. So the thing that confuses me is these are so different both in tone in the music and everything, but I've heard in, I'm not positive about this that the original Japanese airing of dragon ball, z the Nankai version out straight from the end of the cell saga to like next week was like this stuff. You're understand because it's so fucking difference that that's my understanding. Yeah, is that this is just where the story went after that and then the the kyri cuts. So I. You know, you read a lot about anime on the internet and you shouldn't. But when you do you start to hear people like, oh, well, you know the, I think they, these are very different..

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"nankai" Discussed on Bang the Book

Bang the Book

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"nankai" Discussed on Bang the Book

"In college, and I completely agree with you. I would say that, you know, people are gonna say Clemson has the better scenario because they have, you know, more experienced quarterback, but you can put PC's quarterback, Anthony Brown and BC is running back AJ Dylan on any ACC team, and they may be the best quarterback running back to there is now I maybe drinking the cool eight a little bit, and there's probably a better scenario out there. You know, you look at Florida with, you know, with the quarterback and the running back and yes, they're probably better, but the way they're playing right now, I say they have the best quarterback running back combo in the country. AJ Dylan's averaging nine point five yards per carry. And he was and he was a stud last year, you know, and you have Anthony Brown out who's now another year more experience. He has a a four zero ratio gays, not he's not throwing the ball a lot, but that's because they've also played three guys because they crushed UMass. They crushed, Holy Cross. Three different quarterbacks have played those three quarterbacks have combined for an ADL ratio. They'll obviously the be the man. Now it is tough to do the back the back road games. They were at Wake Forest. They were in a battle last week. They won by seven. They only covered by twelve now playing the non conference game, but they do have temple on deck at home. So they don't have a conference game in the often. I think Purdue right now has so much pressure on them. This is win or or the season's over. I mean, if you start the season, oh, won four in your Nankai with one conference game at three non conference opponents, you know, what do you do? You know, blowing Sindelar of switch back and forth, and quarterbacks combined only have a five, four ratio. That's not the offense doesn't seem to be taking the progress in the second year you expect. So I won't be on this game. But if I had to pick a side, I think I think BC can get a lead..

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"nankai" Discussed on Bytemarks Cafe

Bytemarks Cafe

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"nankai" Discussed on Bytemarks Cafe

"Welcome back. The bite marks cafe. Now joining us is George Dunav. And of course, we also has have these Hendrawan of course, Georgia's a freshman over at UH Hilo. And was a mentor at the latest. Academy and he's working on a project called student corner. Meanwhile decide is a junior over at Poona hole and was part of a team that created the application coach shelf ware, and we want to welcome you both. The bite marks cafe. Thank you for having. Yeah, great. And you came all the way from the big city of Hilo just to be on the show today. Do you have to call it a point from Hilo? And I came over here and I'm heading back tonight. And of course these are just had to drive over here. Oh yeah. Zoomed over really quick. Well, it's great to have you both on. Usually, we have students with a teacher mentor somebody, but we got of like to students which are really the student voices of what's happening, not only with Chi, but I guess you know, with some of these student projects, what are they? What happens after sort of everybody is done with the program, and so we'll we'll kind of get into that first off though. I wanna ask you, but maybe George can start off with you. How did you get involved with no new KAI academy? I know we've had, we've had Austin and Dave on the show, and we've talked about from from an organizer standpoint, but from from student sort of mentor Stamford, how did you get involved so Austin? Stewart and Stephen hall set in Aaron? Sure. Were kind of my teachers and mentors at my time at Hawaii prepared Tori kademi. So I got to know them and I got to experience some of the same things that gives the students just in more of a classroom setting over the the. The previous year. And so I was asked to be a mentor this here to give back to Nankai. So when when you got involved as a mentor, I mean, were there, were there certain things that you wanted to or they wanted you to mentor students in? Yes, I focused on deployment, so a lot of projects for software based abasement having to do it technology out of them needed to actually launch and go on the internet and to have a presence there. So I was able to help with that basing my experience system of the independent science research project classes at HP previously, so. Cool. And these I know that you have you have a wealth of experience doing not only the Hawaii annual Coachella and hack for to you. So you knew about sort of these hacked on code challenges, but the new KAI academy hutted you get introduced to that. I mean, this is like a whole week long pretty intensive living experience. What? What? What. Got you to choose to take that the challenge. Right, definitely funnily enough. My first talking point and finding out about Milica was actually from my friend just mentioned it to me through word of mouth, and I thought it was really interesting. You know, their big selling point is come free room and board for ten days at HP a and you also get a free MAC pro. So that's the big. Is that what you..

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"nankai" Discussed on The Bangkok Podcast | Expat Life In Thailand Via Expats from Canada

The Bangkok Podcast | Expat Life In Thailand Via Expats from Canada

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"nankai" Discussed on The Bangkok Podcast | Expat Life In Thailand Via Expats from Canada

"And by the time you wake up, you're, you're close to Chiang Mai and I and for the money, I always, I always thought that was a great deal. Yeah. Yeah. I've done that a number of times and I really like it at first class. You get your own private cabin and second class, you get a sleeper. Bunk. And then third class, I think you get a chair which is not particularly comfortable. So I've done that a bunch of times and I really enjoy it because it's, you know, you get a couple of snacks. Couple of drinks you get on the on the train, just sit there and read a book or talk to someone. And when you the guy comes out at like nine o'clock and puts the beds out, just lay down and then you just kind of get this. On their train puts me to sleep. I sleep like a baby because the train is rocking back and forth. And I just find it really nice. And like you said, when you wake up, you're about an hour out of Chiang outside of Chiang Mai and you get off the train and there you go. I think there are some potential safety issues which where we probably should mention there are pickpockets and various scammers on trains. So I think when you, if you're planning on sleeping on a train, you wanna make sure your valuables are are secured or in such a place that if someone tried to go through your backpack, you would wake up. Yeah, but I mean, that's that's the same rule. You put as you apply on buses and vans and basically any long distance travel in Asia, I would imagine. So you do have to be careful, but I don't think it's unusual or unique to two trains. I only meant because of the sleep aspect of because normally I don't sleep on a bus, but I guess you could all sleep. You could sleep on a long-term bus trip as well. I guess. Yeah. I've also got up to Nankai on the sort of northeast. In route up towards VM, and I've also taken the train down south to hide guy. So it's it's, I think it's really nice. And the thing about it is the the prices like you mentioned, I sometimes we also my friends and I want me to some of these bike rides, and we get out into the boonies we sort of plan them. So we finish the ride at one of the train stations coming into Bangkok, and we sort of get on the train to be clear. We're not talking about like the be the BTS or the subway or the electric city. We're talking about the old fashioned diesel engine trains that run on tracks, you know. So you get on the train and it's like fifteen bought to go fifty kilometers. It's incredibly cheap. Now, the trains don't go really all that fast. So I mean the the rides are quick, so we're not talking about some kind of high-speed train here. These are old school trains, but if you're not in a in a rush, it's it's a shockingly good value. And I think that's why most type people. I mean, I think the average type person travels by train, whether it's a, whether it's a tolliday or of family events. They use trains constantly. I, I learned this lesson many years ago before I met my wife. I was dating a young Thai woman who was a Bankok police officer. She was twenty four, twenty five. So she was a young, but straight up Bangkok cop and she was from Cohn Ken, and there was a holiday coming up and she said she was going back to comb Ken. I can't remember how it came up, but she mentioned she was taking the train, and I was like, you know, the. The train ride is no to Cancun, probably ten hours or something like that. So I was like, why don't you just fly? And she said, she told me I've never been on a plane before and this was twenty four, maybe twenty five year old woman, like middle class had a university degree, but every time she went from Cohn Cantu, Bangkok and back to see your family, she always took the train. Yeah, I think that's one of the problems of the RT which is a state railway of Thailand. And the t is always billions of baht in the red really. Is that true? Yeah, yeah. It's it's like a consistently loss operating organization, like to the point of it being like almost needing a full restructuring kind of thing..

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"nankai" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"nankai" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Resonates with conduct machines are retired government official Nankai the, only In this country no shave As the rally, ends police escort Hans convoy but critics allege that Han is getting. More than just police protection many accused him of being helped along, by Pakistan's most powerful, institution the department of agriculture the aliens angels that's Raza Rumi his the editor in, chief of a Pakistani newspaper the Daily Times his listing. Slang words for, the army and, he says to be honest everybody knows that the PD has been receiving a lot of. Support from the military establishment PT is. The party that Han. Leads critics make that claim because, in the run-up to elections there's been a series. Of crackdowns targeting cons rivals they say the chief target is former prime minister Nawab Sharieff and his party Sharieff a master following by. Fixing roads and providing services but he's been in meshed. In corruption scandals last year the colts ousted him as. Prime minister Title and banned from public. Office just weeks before. The election sheriff and his daughter, was sentenced to lengthy jail terms that whole process. Appeared to be selective because only one family was being targeted and that was in the last Jedi family they were in London when. They were sentenced and in a political gamble Sharieff and. His daughter flew back to be arrested Thousands. Of their followers demonstrated in support of Sharieff authorities cut fun lines to prevent, them from coordinating police roadblocks beat people up The military denies interfering with. The elections, as for him around Han I asked him at a press conference if he thought the military was helping his campaign he said it's corruption that brought down, his rival simple Boss Away from the political drama residents said the vote on bread and butter issues or Shana bosses of rickshaw. Driver he supports cherise potty Studied they have improved street lights descended Dacian androids down the road Diab a, wedding singer says cherise people ignored his impoverished, neighborhood sod broke civic system is in a. Shambles the Paul's point to a close race but some. Analysts worry, that if Collin wings many Pakistanis will see his victory is tainted they've been complaints of the legitimacy of. Elect electoral process Rumi says this. Is something that Americans can relate to a government whose. Legitimacy is questioned because of allegations of interference but Pakistan. Is a fragile democracy this is. Only the second ever peaceful, handover of power so these elections meant to be a victory for Pakistan's democratic process might just undermine it do you. Need NPR news narrow This is NPR, news Ahead on morning edition NPR's Peter Overby with a story about a new rule involving. So called dark money what's up with that later on in the, hour on morning edition a celebration of Aaron Copeland's fanfare for the common man written by Copeland. In nineteen forty two. I'm Michael state ahead it's Ted Anthony with another bay area. Traffic report on today we expect mostly cloudy skies in the. Morning with patchy, fog then partly cloudy skies through the day is low sixties co side after the seventies s to low eighties around the bay and into the low nineties inland and, southern Sacramento valley weather. Mostly sunny and temperatures similar to what we've seen the past couple of days is today between. Ninety, five and. One oh three time now four forty two here is. An NPR news update.

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"nankai" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"nankai" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Traffic on ninety three ivc love note you accents to report out there all of your roadways looking pretty good budgets keep in mind if you're traveling downtown later on this evening yet the pacers playing so you might have some increase traffic around bakers life fieldhouse so just watch out for that later on now your forecast from the american standard heating weather center it's joey day force across the area but the good news is we will remain dr glenn link greece a little bit here this evening but no rain in the forecast until late tomorrow separate your wise though will fall from the bell 44 for our high this afternoon back in the low 40s for this easy now heading is some morrow is going to be loosely cloudy day it's going to be chilly with temperatures only the mid40s are high tomorrow's actually going to be shortly before midnight as well approach fifty degrees nest because a warm front will be moving through clark tv6 meterologist todd glass it's partly cloudy and forty one on monuments sort the right now i'm curt darling on the level on the go on tearing agreed that will be likely see in wibc nankai live from the heartland the crossroads of america it stole cats today and tony cats a pleasure to three 993 93 facebook tony gats radio be sure to like the pay i have to start with an amazing news well this is full america hysteria next oh god and once the procedure.

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"nankai" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"nankai" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Welcome jacques by mark lowenthal is currently president of the intelligence and security academy the city of portland oregon remains in a state of grief following the death of two men rick best anti leeson mirrored in nankai machete a third my good david cole fletcher was hospitalized but is expected to survive all three were trying to protect two women one apparently muslim from a knifewielding jeremy christian charged in friday's attack and with a history of making racist extremist statements online and in public twenty one year old michael david cole fletcher is a student at portland state university his mother margie fletcher told the media that the fact that her son would protect strangers is no surprise selling whole life these days langkah i worry i've always worrying about it but he always rick best was fifty three old father of four who served for twenty three years in the military people and that we all bleed red it doesn't matter who were caller religion it has arrived at his tel use in mere did nankai michelle was also killed twenty three years old he graduated in twenty sixteen from reid colleges family said we ask that in honor of his memory we use this tragedy as an opportunity for reflection and change we choose love while he was a student at read college came shades introduction to islam with professor kombe's gonna basiri his impressions of his lead student tell the story of high teacher can have an extraordinary impact outside the classroom and utilization and contacts at of course he took with me and spink of two thousand fifteen on islam in the modern world there was an introductory seminar for about fifteen students and i am particularly because of how they attack the had on me because of ernest surplus.

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"nankai" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"nankai" Discussed on WCPT 820

"All right either the two men were stabbed to death and one injured on friday on a light rail train in portland oregon after they tried to intervene when another passenger began ranting and raving and shouting antimuslim hate speech at two young women portland police on saturday identified the two slain victims as fiftythreeyearold ricky john best and 23yearold allies in emerging nankai mesh a third victim 21yearold mci david cole fletcher is being treated for nonlife threatening injuries so he can people one nine three one nine to be killed carlos group i know as sad though america's allies witness the two sides of forty five on his first foreign trip as us president a nine day tour that began with soared dancing in saudi arabia and vague pledges in israel to deliver middle east peace in brussels he bashed nato partners for not spending more on defence shelved the prime minister of montenegro because he walked in front of them and renewed his attacks on germany's trade surplus with the united states as trump headed home european officials were left with mixed feelings relief that print i know i know caught me the company european officials were left with mixed.

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