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"navarra" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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The ECBs Former Vice-President Explains The Historic Step That Europe Just Took
"True CEOS thinking we don't really talk that much about Europe these days. I mean, I guess not in relation to the the heady days of the eurozone debt crisis. Now we don't, but also I feel like this particular crisis at least some of our episodes, you know, obviously, we talk a lot in the bed context the US context, of course, know talked about Hong Kong and Asia and Asia supply chains in China and so forth stills like we've focused a little bit less on how this current crisis is playing out in the Europe. Yeah I think that's right I. Guess the implication is that maybe this has been unfair in some respects because there has actually been something very interesting going on in Europe at the moment. Yeah. I mean, for one thing you know there's a good argument to be made Europe at least relative to the US, if not necessarily Asian countries has done a pretty decent job overall of suppressing the virus self and you know for years during the euro area crisis, they're always people fiscal policy. Fiscal Policy Missing. You gotta spend more gotTa get the Germans to spend more and you know maybe this time it looks like they're actually doing. Yeah that's exactly what I was thinking. So we have the announcement of a big deal seven, hundred, fifty, billion euros worth by the EU to fund on long term recovery. Fund for the Eurozone and that's a big deal because as you point out, everyone's been talking about fiscal stimulus but it looks like the euro-zone is finally going ahead and doing it. Right and so this of course raises questions and it's a theme that we've definitely had a lot on on our podcast, which is, is this offer something bigger for the post-crisis period? So sports, it's well known that know there's a lot of money being spent by governments all around the world including the US. But the question mark is okay when the crisis phase is over the government's just retrench or does this become a sort of new macroeconomic stabilization model? That's a theme that we've had dozens of times but it's particularly important to New York, in context I think because people have sort of identified the lack of fiscal burden sharing his sort of a basic architectural tension or flaw within. Euros. Yeah I think that's exactly right. How does the I don't want to say the intrusion of fiscal stimulus but how does the arrival of fiscal stimulus on the scene actually reshape the way that monetary policy works and I? Guess we should also mention that the is also in the midst of a of another really important project which is rethinking. How it targets inflation. So we have all of this going on simultaneously real existential questions for the role of the European Central Bank. Absolutely well, I'm very excited. We have a fantastic guest to talk about all of this we are going to be talking with Vito comes don. So he is the former vice president of the European Central Bank from two thousand, Ten may twenty eighteen. He's now a professor at Navarra University in Madrid out the perfect guest to discuss all this. So without further ado, let's bring him in a veto. Thank you very much for joining us. So are you happy to not being a policymaker in this time or you? Do Miss being at the ECB during such an extraordinary moment. Well, it's always difficult to get out of you know executive responsibilities and I. Of course, I would not say that I, am Epi at the out or unfortunate circumstances of the covy. The shock we are again in a very important periods of policy making but. Me Europe as been doing well I think in these episodes. Better than in the previous episode of two, thousand. Ten to two thousand twelve. Just to start out with walking the significance of the deal that was agreed, this seven, hundred, hundred, billion euros you tweeted about it clearly, you think it's important. What's the significance. Well it establishes for president that are very meaningful. In, the first place it involves a decision to issue common European depth. The Commission will issue seven hundred and fifty billion of debt to fund these program, and that's the first. The second the point is that these is going to be distributed in the form of budget transfers and not loans to the country's. Third IT'S A big program to implement Wat- is a European fiscal policy stimulus to address a recessionary phase. India to be an economy, and that's also the first time that these happens at this level and fourth the distribution of the ballot transfers which. Correspond to a little more than half of the seven hundred and fifty billion is done in a way that it is not proportional to the size of each country. By two indeed benefits more the countries that's have lower level of leaving and higher unemployment. So there is a convergence play. There is solidarity aspect of these edits also quite new in terms of transfers to give you two examples on a proportional basis, Italy would be entitled to fifty billion, but the they are getting eighty billion. Right as Germany, you'll be entitled to ninety six billion in proportional terms, but is getting only twenty seven. So these four points put together constitute the indeed very important precedents and babs, and do we all hope so that it will be a sign of things to happen. If again, there will be a stressful situation in the European economy, and that's a very important element for everyone the notion that when there is a very stressful social economic situation Europe, steps up and two x decisions to fight the recession and does not leave behind any of the member countries. It's a big message for the future and I think markets are really beginning to injury injuries what these means And we see that already but it will take time of course, perhaps for the markets by Geico anglo-saxon markets to overcome. Lingering, doubts about the European project.
"navarra" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"She's <music> well another evening to celebrate food to kernan quickstep on james knox. I mean he's he must be learning a lot sharing a room with the phillips yogurt. Well staying saying just how how he how he rice is close and you know what what he's like. How we get through three the grand tools off the bye because well it must be quite quite a privilege to learn from somebody who's been there and done it yeah absolutely on. I'm sure he's even the way the gilberto target stages you know how. How does he do that. What does he does. He prepared differently. You know walk. What's his can a game on. I mean today. Tim clark was a really valuable asset to have in that in that move and you know it was a sage where the the the really hard climbs came right towards an tim two cartons. They're pretty pretty late on ashley for such a big guy. He wrote pretty well over those climbs <hes> and he he's somebody who's so selfless. You know he'd had been there purely to house albums you'll bear and <hes> he's ultimate domestique and very important guy for him today. It was <hes> his isolation asleep at one of the tracks aggravated writers who was up there and moscow you mentioned earlier he he also part of work in that and not moving and and <hes> notice that during the siege he was <hes> trek sega fruit of senate presley. He just agreed a two year contract extension. It was almost as if that was a reward for working the in getting into the today show he didn't. He didn't kinda strange in drop back to the team kart. Just put pen to paper. Just why no. I don't think i don't think he did do that. Oughta magin that was magic already lined up. No sure i mean i would think so you they don in jacksonville jacksonville. If you can get in the break today we'll give you two more years but i heard another just before we move on on line on other funny little thing <hes> i read on twitter asana had tweeted actually and the calling him the irish backstop very often lost mount on the claims. He was pretty close to being lost man today. Although although <hes> tony martin was quite a bit <hes> behind him today he was he was lost. Mountains good five four or five minutes by the the law script script group after tony martin obviously done a lot of work earlier on your got big big cheer up the climb as you them on this podcast is brexit freeze resigned richard a little of car away from the chaos more excite the wealth or that the second podcast is supported by science in sport science in sport fueled by science sir. My name's installed from team. Any in my favorite science and school product would have to be the rocket view. Spill fructose tastes great the and kazmi with n._a._t._o. Anita in thank you once again science and sport for their support of the cycling podcast the finest sports dish products. Yes you can get and you can get them for twenty. Five percent off sciences sports com with the code s._i._s. c. p. twenty-five as s._i._s. c._p._i..
"navarra" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Here to help him to have the team to win a stage so now we it stood trying every day nebr- away so we keep it like that. It's the best way to to win a stage so that's pretty good but it's tim so many race and so when you stages to to do well that was clemens chevrolet the young writer on h. E. two are on the way interesting <hes>. I don't think many french writers have been on oh not team on spent time in the u._s. Quite unusual path to take by he s he said therapy feels like he benefited a lot from it so i'm on has on network now of english speaking colleagues who can come up with so yeah we'll follow him as well on on a nomination for him already ready for peddler ducharme for week two so he may well end up on the pool who knows am by line the gone neither have have noise there while i was speaking before we heard from clem. Oh yeah wondering where you are you some some kind of bottles smashing unit in bill our yes where like when i'm in bilbao and no i'm on a i'm just so excited a bar and beside my hotel she just around the corner from the <hes> finish and wealth soon as i finish here. I'm going to go and meet n._f._l. Garate who's somebody that i know from this area who is is a publisher and he's published a few cycling books so he's gonna take me a few bars. I hope we're going to eat some pinchas. I'm gonna be up with daniel daniel as well so that's that's on the agenda tonight and we should hear from our diarrhea shouldn't we. We've just had their diaries in <hes> an ecstatic james. He's not another good day for him individually as well as for the team he moved up a couple of places on juicy so he's he's eighteenth nine overall and i think it looks like things are going in a positive direction for him. I think he's feeling better and better so he could still pick off a few more ahead of him and <hes> yeah it'll. We'll be looking forward to the claims. I'm sure i'm she'll says well who used to write for cairo. His teammate is former teammates. I mentioned mentioned already. He was up there second today so we asked if he could tell us a little bit him and <hes> here they are not james knox and nick shoots. We are stage twelve great day for the boys walked day fantastic just a mental day. Oh really we got two hundred k. For the break to go so many talks in the stock crosswinds some climb shit weather all the boys in our team during the best to try and cover moves both really really looking at how much fill phil stevie and tim date was really amazing. You know kate still jumping on move after move after move amazing and get two boys. The road sounds likely played perfectly. Bob inherent in the bush himself felt it was vintage juba away taking the win and it's gonna be nice nice celebration tonight on toxic really my point of view that shift as well. It was a hot day actually south of all our talking trying to get in some moves adam self the second thought was going to be with a few lots in the crosswinds the nice little group at one point <hes> after it was all out racing managed recoup get myself in a position for the climbs and low of as marie corner display of falstaff controlled controlling in the finale finale sarah really took tempo on the second to las tablas climbs to i even on the last one as well and only only a local and a platform lopez distance of the ball but monitor from bach and then then it was quite controlled by celerion the final so no will great day was well relief. The atmosphere not last blind was with amazing coming across the line..
"navarra" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"The world's finest i wear every roca iway unbelievably lightweight and we'll never slit or fool of your face and they feature razor-sharp optics and the womb mm by michelangelo lopez lionel on g c and me yeah well obvious- devious about this claim that they wouldn't slip but having been running in in the boston sunglasses <hes> well. I can vouch for the fact that they don't they don't they don't move a millimeter as far as i can. Tell <hes> by comfortable to wear. I'm richard. You made a claim a few days ago that you were going to purchase some roca sunglasses for your brothers for christmas and i wondered whether you've got around to that yeah yeah have actually lionel <hes> i have to say that one person who sadly won't be endorsing the roka sunglasses daniel free because they were among his the items stolen from his car a few days ago which is he's very very sad about that <hes> yeah he <hes> he went for the oslo sunglasses which are pretty cool <hes> there. There are a bit different more wraparound. The ones <hes> they've got sort around frames are rounder frames. M maybe set off the face of it more so they they kind of make. You look quite studious away. 'em dining oversea wanting to to look intelligent. I got a pair of those for one of my brothers. I thought he would really really suit those at the barton trust bronco pair them as well not really like them got from my other brother and i call the aviators as well just really pushing the thereby veasley nice <hes>. I don't think i they want to get away with davies. I'll be honest. I think my one of my brothers will. I don't think i'm quite cool enough for that style of frame do it was really like the look of the torino which is quite quite out that as a frame shape but i think i think they look good but there's a well. There's something for everyone everyone i would have thought because well men's frames women's frames and of course the whole range of glossiest designed for cycling and and which is the the the core product including the c._p._a. and g._p. Series which again i wasn't sure that i carry them off but they not only do they fit really well but i think they look great and yeah very happy with with mike two pairs.
China Trade Talks Shaped By President Trump's Divided Advisers
"Trade Representative Robert lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin confirmed that those tariffs will take affect this Friday, if the Chinese backtrack from trade commitments, although the White House appears to be a United front in this moment NPR and the PBS show frontline found that top administration officials spent more than a year deeply divided on this issue top advisors fought bitterly over over. Whether tariffs would help the US economy or devastated, here's NPR's. Laura Sullivan, Steve Bannon, President Trump's former chief strategist I met the president in two thousand ten while get invited up to a meeting by getting day Vaasie. Says Donald Trump wants to meet and talk about running for president. And I said what country but a few days later. Bannon went and found he and Trump had something important in common shared belief that China pose a grave danger to the United States that he didn't know details he knew almost no policy, but what I found. Most extraordinary was when we got to the section on China, which kind of threw out there of a two hour meeting almost thirty minutes or more was all about China. Trump has railed against China and the US trade deficit for more than two decades. In television, interviews, he said tariffs would revive manufacturing jobs by the time. He hit the campaign trail Trump had found his audience, we can't continue to allow China to rape our country. And that's what they're doing in watched from the back when he started talking about trade. He started talking about China these working class people lean forward. No, other Republican talk like this. When Trump was elected. He assembled a team of advisers to focus on China pulling in people like Gary Cohn from gold. And sacks a hawkish economists named Peter Navarro his US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer an army general H, R McMaster who became his national security adviser. But this group of advisers quickly splintered deadlocked over whether tariffs would bring China to heal or send the world's two largest economies into turmoil. They broke into two camps the globalist versus the nationalists. Gary Cohn was Trump's top economic advisor, we agreed on what the fundamental issue was we agreed that the force technology transfer the lack of market access. The copyright infringements was all a huge problem would I think we have different methodologies on is power. We were going to solve that problem. Cohn was a globalist. He and others like HR McMaster believed. Heavy tariffs would hurt the country that the Chinese products Americans by will become more expensive business growth would slow. They wanted to partner with other countries to. Confront China with our full alliances nationalist like Steve Bannon and Peter Navarro the economists wanted to us tariffs to force China to the table to end longstanding issues of theft and unfair practices. They believed higher prices on Chinese goods would protect US jobs and bring back manufacturing. Bannon says there was little middle ground. If you take all the other nastiness on the things like the Paris accord and TPP rolling up and put it to the factor. Ten they don't compare to these weekly nasty trade makes there was a blob in the Oval Office Peter pulls at one of his charts, which the president loves next thing. You know, we have this big blow we have to exit and go back into the Roosevelt room Gary Cohn remembers it, well, he says Bannon Navarra were not bringing actual data to the meetings from time to time there were people that try to use unfort- noted undocumented facts cone says there were a lot of pictures and infographics whiteboard with giant pie charts. That's my job to get rid of the undocumented on foot noted facts. And make sure that those don't enter the Oval Office talking about Peter Navarro's charts. Yes, I'm talking about Peter Navarro's charts Navarro declined NPR's request for an interview HR McMaster said everyone in the room was concerned from the beginning about the economic threat China posed potential between the two men is clearly still high the prisoners is were wide open. And so were all the members of his cabinet all of you universally felt that China was a threat in a problem. That's correct. That's total incomplete lie. Bannon says he McMaster were never on the same page. I fought that guy every day. I don't wanna hear his nonsense now that he realizes he was on the wrong side of the history. If he said that he's a stone cold liar by the end of two thousand seventeen the discord was seeping well outside the White House. Susan Thornton was acting assistant secretary of state for East, Asian and Pacific affairs and served under ten secretaries. She said it was one of the most difficult assignments of her career trying to present a strong unified front to the Chinese you. Can't have this team. That's fighting with it self. That's a big disadvantage for us. Frankly, do think China was aware that there were different sides arguing yes, they were having fights in front of the Chinese delegation, which is like the cardinal sin of negotiating makes it look like your delegation doesn't know what it's doing. And that the leader of the delegation doesn't have sufficient authority to negotiate. Bannon says it doesn't matter if the Chinese new top officials were at odds he intended to win we came loaded. The most intense fights and debates in the White House were about this issue of terrorist. But tariffs as a proxy to the great economic war China that we're engaging for Bannon Navarro, and the nationalist it paid off in March two thousand eighteen Trump called stealing aluminum executives from around the country to the White House. We have with us the biggest deal companies in the finance tariffs on steel. Dylan, aluminum and six months later imposed additional tariffs on two hundred billion and Chinese goods cone accepted defeat. Did I feel like I had represented the non-tariff side of the equation for many people in the White House that didn't want terrorists. Well, I did. I felt like I give it my best effort, but he says, the White House globalist aren't the only ones who lost who I think lost was the United States consumer someone's paying terrif- whoever's paying the tariff is the looser for every dollar of tariff. It's collected. It's coming out of disposable income of the United States. Consumer today cone left the White House less than a week after the steel meeting and in the weeks and months that followed HR McMaster left his job, Susan Thornton left, her post at the State Department, and Steve Bannon had already resigned, but the administration is forging ahead with the nationalist agenda. Economists say it's too soon to know the impact of the tariffs. But they haven't lowered the trade. Deficit as Trump wanted in March the deficit with China was at a record high. Bannon says those are narrow outcomes he and the other nationalists are thinking bigger, I think the goal into China's quite simply to break the back of this totalitarian mercantilist economic society. So it's definitely us versus them. And I don't think is a doubt about that. Cone says that goal could turn an economic problem into something even more serious China is a superpower China has one point four billion people. That's a fact if we really become isolationist than China becomes 'isolation est. That seems to me like you're trying to set up a conflict trade talks are expected to continue this
"navarra" Discussed on Product Hunt Radio
"I always tried to keep an eye out for social impact tech just in general. It's definitely a growing trend. So much said that we created a new golden kitty award category for it for the twenty team products. So thanks for sharing those I'm curious to know, do you have any smart devices at home like in Alexa, home? Of course. I do. I if I can get any latest Tyke are trying to sway my life to let me buy it. We bought dishwasher. Dishwasher. Dishwasher broken. It's just get cheap. One for my here. Just two hundred arm donating found just needs to wash dishes there. We're gonna end if you spend a thousand pound dishwashers can be the same as one of two hundred just with a few battles on our soil. Shans always flow to show, you how left if the cycle. So you can see without having to open the machine how much time left and tap the front of it and the door like a self opening dole domestic door opens, the dishwasher completely unnecessary. But yet Duke into stuff in terms of the small stuff. I kind of sunk my spending on the Google assistant side of the fence. So I'm definitely team. Google assistant versus Alexa role or the other options are out there. I think mostly because I've always found that Google voice recognition has been funk rates than any other products of used one reason. Will say I the first small boy years ago was the nest small thermostat and the so I thought well, I've got that. So want to build upon that ecosystem? So I now of many assistant many full-size one in the kitchen the lights Philips, hue lights, Ignace amulets say my house is kind of like a weed texting. If the electric goes off or wifi us down. We basically bug it. Because you can't do. Only over. Gotcha will start working the doors will be the shutters. Go down as we find out. So I'm yeah, I'm a bit nervous that that will they will happen. She'll say I told you so beyond heavy love it. That's amazing. Final question. You're very cute attack because we can tell him your hope is great what I get the chance to talk to parents on product ten radio. I do like to ask them about how they are planning to manage or work with their children to manage their children's relationship with tech and social media specifically because I'm in adult, and I still get addicted to my phone and have to create healthy boundaries and barriers is a conversation. You've had at home. And what do you think your approach might be? Yes. Very much topic. So I've got a son that's five years old of dul to aids they're in an era where tech is just kind of the norm as heavily into ipads and things. No so much into consoles and things like that over the last year full up until about six months ago. Until then they we were very quite relaxed about them having their ipads using tech in general, they didn't have access Acadia the two young anyway, but they didn't have access the internet read. It was more case of using ipads, watching YouTube kids what she net flicks..
"navarra" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Coming back to the end zone. Jamie Morris, Matt Leach on the other side of the glass, and as I said as we were leaving on the other side, it's time for Monday afternoon quarterback with John Navarra. Hey, john. How are you? Great guys. Did did it be talking with you? Good to talk to you. John John as I came on today. That's better that's much better. That's what you want to see. That's exactly what you want to see. Yeah. Fundamentally solemn game. Just just all facets working together put points on the board building confidence. But that that's exactly what you want to see that was that was good refreshing thing that stuck out. The me John is on both sides both both sides of the ball offense and defense but mostly on the offense because we're offense of guys the offensive line was changing changing the the ball. I mean, they were getting they were moving the line of scrimmage on on the Brassica. Yes. The the they were changing the line of scrimmage. They owned it. There's that was very pleased to see even for, you know, the the lay person to football that was that was evident. And it was very good to see, you know, you always want to ask yourself was Nebraska that much of an interior team. And they're just they're just not real good right now. Or are we finding the coming into our own? So you're always you're posing. That question yourself. If it is the first one that that Nebraska is just that good right now. That's okay. Because we did we were supposed to do in that scenario we own them. And you could see that through the final point tally on the scoreboard. But physically just watching what what's your own is that we did exactly what we were supposed to do if they weren't interior team. They're not. And they were a good team that we just owned because we're we're gaining confidence. And we're getting better. That's also a plus as well, but you to war. It was good to see both sides of the line of scrimmage being owned by the Michigan map. I like the play calling to John they they they decided to establish the run early and often, and then they mixed in the past. He threw a tight ends. He threw it running back. He mixed in the wide receivers, and they weren't afraid to go deep either. Yeah. Exactly. And that's what that's what happen when you know, we've been talking all season is when you can establish the run as well as we did on Saturday early on it opens up so much more and you can you can have success in the passing game. Like, we saw you know, spread the ball around to multiple players. I think he's a favorite target and the tight ends. And it opens up the big play action pass plays as well. Which was on two weeks in a row now. Yeah, you're right. And what do you think about the? I mean like you said he's throwing to the tight ends an awful lot. I think one of the titans Zach gentry is one of his is a roommate too. I think people are picking up on that. Because it seems seems to be the guy he finds a lot through its progression in when he's scrambling around. And that's okay. Those guys are are solid targets. And if they continue to be reliable naturally a quarterback is gonna continue to work to them in their progression. And they're going to end up in positive place. So that's okay. But you're seeing in in mentioning that you're also seeing again that confidence building that I know whereby outlets are I know who my trusted receivers are that's part of the progression throughout the season. The confidence building the continuity of the offense starting to gel, and you're starting to see that which is encouraging which is what we talked about three or four weeks ago. What we need to establish by the time. We get into the meat of the big ten and start facing some some solid opponents where we're going to need that back talking. So with this game under the about how do you feel about this team? Now, this is the first time. They're going back on the road and back into. Back kind of like a in Chicago right outside of south bend here. And they gotta get themselves ready, and they won't be at home sleeping in their hotels and everything like that. They'll be on the road in Chicago. Yeah. You know, traveling is always a factor. But you we're four or five weeks into the season now, and I think with the two solid games. They put together these last two weeks. Confidence is built to a level where the travel even to Chicago's a short trip is not going to affect them in my opinion, based on what I've seen and what I know about coach Harbaugh's team preparations, you know, the the competence game there. These two games was key for me. And that's going to be a bonus going into this game. Northwestern is gonna play tough. They always play tough in this environment in their stadium. It's an afternoon game their feisty. They got some good talent. And I think it'll be even more of a test and Nebraska, and we'll see who we are on the road. But you know, this team to me. Up until these last two weeks and even tailing the last season just seem to play very tight. Putting too much pressure on themselves. You know, we talk about all the talent that they have. And you know, you you ask yourself when is this going to start showing up, and we're going to show dominance in the big ten for the type of talent that we're getting in. And sometimes they're telling gets dwarf twin people are playing tight and reserved and in putting too much on themselves, and you're trying to overcome a stigma constantly about why you're not winning like he should be. That's a tough thing to do. And these last two weeks, hopefully, they're starting to break out of that stigma. Get their confidence in starts, you know, puffing their chest a little bit and saying there were were the real deal and just keep building on that momentum. And I'm hoping that's what happened here last couple of weeks. I think that's a great point. I don't I did. I didn't think of it that way, John you think that, you know, maybe they're putting too much pressure on themselves, and they're they're playing tight and they're not losing it up. I think against Nebraska came out. I don't know if you heard any of what we were saying on the show or or shy. Gary was saying we're going against the team. They were going against a team where the head coach who came in with his previous team said we out hit Michigan. So the Michigan defense was told that constantly during the during last week's practices. So they made an effort not to be. Out here. Yeah. Absolutely. I'm sure that was fuel and then you can take some fuel and and make that fire bigger, you do it and capitalize on that. But. That's the thing is, you know, we've got so much talent. And I think we're much better than the way we played early on the season and the tail end of last season. We're much better. As a as a talent ball club. And you know, it's okay to have a little bit of white. We need to start seeing some of them or we don't wanna get arrogant or cocky, and all we likes that act. Like you've been there before. But it's okay for us to get a little confidence this off a little bit. Because at that brings it intimidation factor to to get to the opponent. And it it allows you to play at another level when you've got that swagger that confidence. And it's okay, I'd like to start seeing that even more, and hopefully these like two games help bring that momentum to where we need to be John going back to your area of expertise that quarterback position one to know what you thought about what we saw out of shade this past week. And then also his backup Dylan McCaffrey came in almost like you. I think it was against Iowa when you had that that long run. No, you've got to go back to the others. No, no, no. I'm not talking about this green pass. John knows exactly what I'm talking about. There was a play where he dropped back. Everybody went out. There was nobody around in John just to Govett it. I had to be the longest run of his career. Okay. But he made it down there. You gotta just think about the Minnesota game where he really score. But go ahead. John was it was it was a long run and and match right? I want to say it might have been I woes at home. To be like I remember nine or sixty yard Ron narrows. Just I was in shock. They had to call that back. I know gas by the end of it. Postcard, actually started yelling at me on film. The next day. I was shocked. There was nobody there. I was able to run that long without anybody in the frame of the picture. And I started looking behind me. I'm like we still playing this game is all play and coach Karl litany up and said, what are you looking at? And he because I was looking back behind me. And he said what the hell you looking at. Remember that one and I had to give him credit because everyone knows about his passing records. But I remember that good long run that you had only only coach car can criticize a sixty yard game. So that's why I remember that one is because he was upset with me, Laura. Were you looking at yourself run on the scoreboard. No. I was looking behind me to make sure nobody was was walking me and put me in my coffin. But getting back to the the quarterback play again, another solid week. Again, you see say gone to progressions consistency. And accuracy. You know, his completion percentage is up there. I am really encourage again see another week where we're throwing the deep ball as well as we have. And that is still that big place threat. He's going to be so key for us. And we've been missing it for too long. And it is great to see it back in the playbook and member weeks ago. I talked about is. Why are we seeing all these short passes in these thinking dunk plays very vanilla ice cream plays in one of my points was is that the coaches have all of those deep passing plays in the playbook. Is we have to build a rhythm. And they have to get confidence that the offensive line is going to carry out their executions and hold the line of scrimmage as long as they need to the quarterback is going to make the right read. They have to have the confidence to call those plays. And better we get the more complex. They get to take those shots. So they're building a rhythm. And those plays are coming out of the playbook now, which is that for me personally is very encouraging to see just that deep threat. And and when he's accurate with him, and he hits those we call more of them. And so that's great to see. And you know, when McCaffrey I have just very pleased with the quarterback situation right now, our stances as a starter and a backup. Because McCaffrey has got that ball. He sued on the sidelines on a dime. For a touchdown was just beautiful to have that kind of a threat and talent as a backup as young as years future's bright for the quarterback position at Michigan. Which again for me personally is very encouraging. Well, when you see when you see them playing like that, John I mean, and the coaches I think they took took shakeout early enough and got Dylan some work. And that's what you want to see. But I mean, you I mean, and then they were able to even get Brandon Peterson get a few snaps too, right? I didn't see that that that's great to get that work that big ten experience. And as I said gives everybody confidence. But now, we know if something were to happen dot forbid the team is in a coaching staff is confident we can continue rolling with the full arsenal the playbook with Dr backup in there. Well, that's encouraging one thing. I wanna say is did you see Dylan as he was before he was going to run out of bounds on this particular plane. He stuck in elbow out and gave a shoulder shift. I mean, look like he got more than he gave. But he did he did do that tried to gave it the good old college. Try knocked out about you went on a flat. But I mean, you gotta like that bravado. Right. John. Yeah. That's that's great. And that's what I mentioned week one. Even though we we lost against Notre Dame or the comics. I made was it was great to see the confidence of both those guys coming in and that hostile environment. And especially how young Dylan is to have you know, that little swagger and confidence and just look real calm and cool. And and like, you know, hey, I've been here before I know me. I know what I'm doing is great to see you as a former player, you know, this being around the game as long as we have, you know, when someone is nervous in when they're they're wide eyed, and they're not real sure of themselves when they're in there. You can sense it you can see it in their face. And you don't see any of that with Dylan. I mean, he's just he's cool as a cucumber and he's in there playing ball. And that's what you want to see because..
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"Is then forced to increase the cost to you same with steel with aluminum the people of candidate don't pay a damn thing we the american people blue collar workers white collar workers union members nonunion members people a moderate income people of low income people have high income you are paying a tax that money goes to the federal treasury to feed the swamp capitalism is anti elitist capitalism is anti swamp which is why the elitists hate it which is why the swap seeks the tax at the death and regulated the death what do you think a tariff is call it a tax that's what it is the framers put it in the constitution to raise money for the federal government there was no federal income tax tariffs were intended and are intended to raise money for the federal government so those of you who support them you're out there saying please tax me please increase the price of my food please increase the price of my automobile please increase the price of gasoline at the pump please increase the price of my home or my deck or whatever it is i'm buying and make sure you take that tax increase and give it to the federal government that doesn't make america first that makes the federal government i and there's a difference between america and the federal government now the president is surrounded by economic illiterates like this peter navarra and wilbert wilbur wilbur ross the man's worth two and a half billion dollars he bought steel companies and coal companies how did he make two and a half billion dollars off of industries haider's supposedly failing because he's a crony capitalists really wanna subsidize crony capitalism ladies and gentlemen because that's what this is all about a handful of industries a handful of businesses a tiny fraction of the working population but mark we have an imbalance of trade really well if i go to a car dealership tomorrow and buy a car and he doesn't buy a car for me i got an imbalance a trade with that car dealer now isn't that stupid an imbalance of trade has no effect on your family on your life on the federal treasury none because it works its way through the.
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"I don't wanna get fined okay i'm not happy with the way things were done a lot of different situations throughout the night they did the best they could i had a different viewpoint i saw air i was pretty obvious never seen air like that somehow good turn into a io air between the ball in the in the stick sheer short okay goes the other way perry i he's not wrong no he's not wrong but but there seems to be some say an and and serta are is basically saying you know he was just doing this for confirm what is our eyes showed what his eyes already showed him it was kind of weird back and forth that he was giving but like navarra bowman said he saw space between the card and the ball obviously the referee be i mean he basically put the cart in stood right up and signalled first down like the paper hit the ball what i want to know is why did you fall the index card and a half now he doubled the whiff of the index cart why would he folded half i'm surprised they're not a reddit page already dedicated to the thickness of in in key index card that was now doubled by that move yet in one of their isn't that is that you know there is very true i will deal di of onto that one after the fact that was a that was so that was an interesting play but again he must have thought that the the card touched the ball because again he got up and immediate looked and and signalled first down there were those at say they saw space between the knows that a ball and chain and that the index car didn't hit the ball that was that was a weird weird scenario or a look it was crazy and that's is one of them we the fact that we had two games come down to these kind of rules in two of the biggest marquee games of the entire weekend is is pretty amazing and it basically that's how that sort of signified that the cowboys keep their playoff hopes alive and then the controversial ending it it look the foot the nfl is the gift that keeps on giving because people can say all were down on the nfl the you know what it was the.
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"A lift from a better economy but they're all so looking beyond economic data and mapping out ways to pick up sales from other retailers as amazon expands its reach analysts said vein say amazon's expected to take half the holiday sales growth the retailers are in survival mode it's about stealing each others market share said marshall cohen chief industry analysts that npd amazon is the grants they're stealing the growth montgomery county police have charged and allege ms thirteen gang member with first degree murder in the grisly death of a man stabbed more than one hundred times nineteen year old miguel on hell lopez of braille was charged in the death of a man whose body was discovered buried in a parking wheaton in september investigators have been unable to identify the victim they're looking for other suspects the washington post citing immigration and customs enforcement officials said lo our way our breyer's is a citizen of el salvador a us illegally police documents made public in a court hearing cited by the washington post says the victim was decapitated dismembered and the killers cut the victims heart out and threw it in a great a texas state trooper shot and killed outside of dallas yesterday while the suspect believed behind the killing has been busted outside of houston reporter blake hanson of fox tv affiliate katie f w as more officials downer waller county reported that they were in a shootout with the right the suspect down there that went on for about an hour and a half or so nick nick navarra county emergency officials that the blood black was taken into custody and we don't know his condition both officials did say that no other casualties as a result of that situation the trooper killed during a traffic stop he reportedly question the driver them went back to his squad car when the killer opened fire on him with a rifle a look at sports in a moment two thousand seventeen has been a crazy here in the mortgage industry the fed told everyone they're going to raise rates interest rates were expected to rise and then the unexpected everyone this is mike and this is brian a fellowship home laws and what we've seen so far is the perfect storm.
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"Of new products are going to be crucial in the mid to longterm you don't alex i'm wondering if you could tell us about the individual pieces of the supply chain that have been most problematic for apple is it the three d sensor unit the one that recognizes your face and unlocks the phone yes subsidies that is one particular component in not the way this technology works is one of the components flashes 30000 lays adults onto the use face and use that to map it and work out who's who is in front of it and whether to unlock the fire now that component has a very very small malta navarra in the micron range that's a fraction of the breadth of a hat and so if its place lightyear ride the technology doesn't work and that's created huge problems for the the assemblers the come the companies to take all these disparate components peace them together than ship them to folks gone to build into the phone itself and these companies i lg in attack a korean company and shop opposed the japanese company in fact timing without stories dave just coincidental lg like admitted on that cold that they've had problems making these modules on that date will affect supply of the iphone ten come november the fed when it hits dole's eight that will be supply constraints alex can you just give us some perspective about how unusual this is for apple to have supply chain challenges 'cause you know it it hasn't it's not unheard of for apple but are the iphone tanna the challenges here much greater than usual yes basically the odd the it's always the case that apple has a very effective supply chain management system they do not want to have too much supply.
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"The new guy come in in in making changes disrupting the flow in navarra bowman look i do the forty nine a pregame shows and i sit out there on faithful mile i watch forty nine its fans to a man philip that stadium for the most part on sundays and i see navarro bowman jersey's probably the most popular jersey that i see you see some hides and then you know you see the throw bags with the gore's in the mark dan as in the young and the rice is but navarro bowman fifty three that's the jersey you see the most and a low key he's a guy that kind of embodies that forty nine her spirit amino third round pick out of penn state you know was in patrick woolsey's shadow for a number of years but was still able to distinguish himself in a red that line backing cormon the at all smith in there too that was just that was a a linebacker factory and of course you'll bore coming out a linebacker you so there you go and to your point about seeing a lot of bowman jersey's we go through areas of of teams where you know you said you see the montana's you the rises because that was that old era as far as you know there was a big gap between when the niners had an identity between jeff garcia and t o two when they got you know until this defense came about to you had patrick and bone bowman really was this new identity of a of a team that was so for so long an offensive powerhouse and then became a defensive of powerhouse under harbor yeah all right we'll hear some more sound on the other side because i just want to pay some respects to navarro bomb attack by the way though can i just shout out can the ours listeners what a terrific job everybody's done raising money for all the victims of the cinema county and napa county fires i mean is this just been a or horrific week for the bay area but we rally man and i'm i'm just so proud of of the bay area and can be ours listeners about this man by texting seven seven nine four eight are our big boss today justin witmeyer sent an email out to to the staff just in today.
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"To act quickly on a request for disaster aid funding following hurricane harvey he got a first hand look at the damage in texas today to survey the damage and ensure that the full resources of the federal government are being brought in soup port of the effort of state and local officials to rescue those that are in harm's way to help communities begin to recover and delay a foundation to rebuild penn said more than three hundred eleven thousand people have registered four disaster aid transportation secretary elaine chao said she signed an executive it of order which allows expedited fuel deliveries to taxes from twenty five other states a federal judge temporarily blocked texas from enforcing new anti abortion measures that the legislature passed in response to the supreme court striking down the states for more sweden law and barbara kusak orrell are you tired of feeling insecure about those stretch marks that just won't go away they're finally may be an answer it's called navarra rod barton chaminade product developers here rob what is navarra larry we fairly have a scientific formula to eliminate the appearance of those unsightly stretch marx and cellulite this is next wave skin technology tell us about that unique ingredients in navarra navarra features the unique intense slim technology calf feed and high l euroarctic acid to tighten tone cellulite and stretch marks how quickly.
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"Cheian n ap nbc usatoday and it's a cnn alert you get alert eta significant new story right i'm i'm sure it's about the president's visit in taxes you know what the alert was about from cnn on my phone i swear to you it was that sources told them that the president was upset about the crowd size at his phoenix rally a week ago that they got some kind of intel from the inside that somebody said he was annoyed and frustrated at the size of the crowd at his rally in phoenix a week ago i swear to you that if you get alerts from cnn you know what i'm talking about you know what happened it's exactly what i've been shane four months this is what these guys do they should around at a place like cnn they say oh my gosh president salvi now a very inspirational visit to texas people are cheering him uh you know he's waving the texas flag let's get some out there alert alert here he's a shark who didn't liked the crowd size estimate said phoenix i look at this phone thinking you guys are out of your minds you know that shoe wreaking shoyigu annan navarro that represents their mindset that's a great a metaphor for how that whole network reacts to the presidency of trump it's on believable how crazed they are and incidentally additive rgf about her all the donation she gave to democrats she likes to say she's a republican strategist that's what they call her because that tr they think that does damage to trump trump to republican we got outta navarra republican navarro a republican strategist they found that she's been giving south dozens of dollars to people like debbie wasserman schultz and at all these democrats she's uh she's a great republican strategist federa publican she's a liberal trump hating chourou you heard this woman screeching then and current i mean she's koerstadt air she tweets out nasty stubbing this is cnn as james earl jones would say this is shia then shendi now than alert in the middle of the president's visit to taxes that they have sources who say that he was angry about the crowd size in phoenix a week ago you she what i told you that's what they do they got a file they got what i call.
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"Harvey has dumped just under fifty two inches of rain on southeast texas a record for the state and the continental us texas congressman michael mccall says the lonestar state will recover this has been one of the worst hurricanes state sexist has experienced since 1913 the my grandfather survived of this been one of the dust for responses as it has seen state of texas has stepped up to the plate so the president of the united states the red cross reports more than seventeen thousand evacuees are in shelters across taxes the us and its allies are assessing their response to north korea's latest missile launch over northern japan correspondent will replace shows a safer flight path where the us and japanese military's didn't shoot it down by north korean didn't crossed that red line that president trump laid out but still they were able to make a very strong impact on wall street the dow gained fifty seven points the sp up to the nasdaq up nineteen i'm anne cates are you tired of feeling insecure about goes stretch marks that just won't go away their folly may be an answer it's called navarra rod barton chaminade product developers here what is navarra larry we finally have a scientific formula to eliminate the appearance of those unsightly stretch marx and cellulite this is next wave skin technology tell us about that unique ingredients in navarra navarra features the unique intense slim technology caffeine and high l euroarctic acid to tighten tone guess cellulite and stretch marks how quickly will navarra work folks you're a couple of weeks away from firmer skin on your belly.
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"To the deployment of up to four thousand more soldiers adding to the more than eight thousand american forces already there in marseille police report of van has ram to bus stops in two different parts of the city killing one woman and injuring another person in barcelona the death toll from last week's to attacks in spain has now risen to fifteen lives police say they have arrested the man they believe responsible for the car attack in barcelona well the eclipse will begin in the few hours nasser's charles full coz in carbondale illinois and excellent spot two view this event anybody who likes totality i'ma totality hogg myself i want to go where its longest and this marks the spot for the longest to racean of totality legendary entertainer and philanthropist jerry lewis is dead his publicist candy couso says lewis had worked right up to the end of his life hit planned to go back new york age apparent plan to lunch but turning to state in january of cancun eighteen lewis was ninety one hit planned to go back new york can do it aged apparent plant in line as well but turning to date in january of 18 right now dow futures are higher i'm evan haning are you tired of feeling insecure about goes stretch march that just won't go away their folly may be an answer it's called navarra rod barton chaminade product developers here rob what is navarra larry we finally have a scientific formula to eliminate the appearance of those unsightly stretch marx and cellulite this is next wave skin technology tells the bad that unique ingredients in navarra navarra features the unique intense slim technology calf feed and high l 'eurotic acid to tighten tone yes cellulite and stretch marks how quickly will navarra.
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"The biggest exporter of terrorism in the world and you know to the point where as we know member john kerry was up there and even democrats were saying any shut up democrats urged me liberals in the media yeah you're you're not helping the the the the cause at all and that's because this is serious business and so when after the you know the iran deal was done and a majority of americans said they believed the iran deal made them less safe you sit there and you say we we just shook our had saint can eke you think about this think about that the american people after putting together a t bill with iran believed that what the president put together the former president put together made us less safe and his only job is to protect us and it's amazing so there you go and i'll pull said coming up here in a little bit uh that uh that story because it's just interesting to go over the uh the scenarios and the war games that have been done it's an article that you might want to share with others eight six six nine zero seven three three three nine eight six six ninety red eye freightliner introduced a new cascadia recently came run smart pro jimmy navarra as walks us through the interior of the new cascadia so they took the platform that was previously available on lended up building upon that and then trying to perfect more become more drivers centric with the focus on the interior so yemeni new upgrades seen throughout the inside of the new cascadia everything from a relocation to the new evolve under the passenger.