21 Burst results for "Nehru"

"nehru" Discussed on Brighter Thinking Pod

Brighter Thinking Pod

01:58 min | 7 months ago

"nehru" Discussed on Brighter Thinking Pod

"Unfortunately we have run out of time for today so i just like to wrap up and say thank you to richard and beth for joining us in our virtual studio today. It's been really interesting Having this conversation in hearing your insights. Can i just ask if our listeners wanna find out any more about us. Is there a website or twitter account that they can go and check out. A if you search for richard morton cambridge You should find me very easily on lincoln which probably the best place formula my complex. Excellent thank you. i'm beth all the same. I'm the same way but it's been absolutely lovely to talk with you ends certainly firefights As the light of say thank you ever so much thank you. Thank you also to our panelists. Who sent questions in. We do really love to hear from the audience so if you want to get in touch remember you can tweet us at. Cpa education using the hashtag bright apart on also remember everything will be in the show nights in terms of links and information does get to follow us on twitter. And if you're listening to jeans please. Do leave us a review. Thank you very much for listening. And don't forget to tune into our next episode as we pick up part two of this conversation. We'll be joined by richard and beth with susan. Holmes head teacher at the nehru world school. In india discuss how schools can provide more engagement for parents and carers and considering the factors that may help parents and carers back looking at how to overcome these challenges. Thank you and goodbye for now..

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Climate catastrophes and now coronavirus, Pacific islands in the crosshairs

UN News

12:10 min | 1 year ago

Climate catastrophes and now coronavirus, Pacific islands in the crosshairs

"The covert nineteen pandemic is wreaking havoc around the globe. The remoteness of the Pacific Islands has left people living there vulnerable in many different ways. You and resident coordinator Seneca Summer Sheena said in an interview with UN news that with borders an airport shutdown protection gear specialist personnel and lifesaving medical supplies have been unable to reach many areas in need and the crisis has only been heightened by the devastation inflicted by category five. Cyclone Herald which ripped through Vanuatu. Mr Samora Sheena overseas you and Operations Fiji Micronesia. The Salomon Islands Marshall Islands. Kiribati Palau Tonga. Vanuatu Nehru and Tuva. Lou acknowledged to Julia Dean. The difficulties in moving people and cargo has been impinging on the UN's ability to respond to the corona virus crisis. Will I think that you know? Some of the challenges are much the same as everywhere else in terms of making sure that the people are tested that people are safe social distancing action sinks in people follow the policies. Making sure that the equipment that's necessary for health workers are in place you know these are of course the challenges around the world with you're talking about New York City of Fiji but I think particularly challenging here in the Pacific as the remoteness of the locations it is also an sending that the number of people in the Pacific have different types of underlying health conditions. So if you actually have a massive outbreak with very concerned that this could have serious consequences for a significant segment of the population. I think the fact that the borders have been closed in many places and flights have stopped. Mix The issue of remoteness even more challenging so we are finding it difficult to move whether we're talking about personal protection equipment or other types of medical equipment and supplies are specialists and experts that we need in order to respond to this the movement of people in Congress very difficult at the moment. And what else is the UN doing to support the communities and governments of the UN has really come together this time and we have a range of things that we have responded. We've set up something old joint incident Management Team to look at the immediate health sector preparedness and Response Plans of countries. We received requests from the country's is you are aware. I covered ten countries in the Pacific. These requests come not only from those ten countries but from around the Pacific all of the country in the Pacific. And then we've prioritized. We look at the logistics capabilities in terms of the procuring and delivering what is being requested from us. And the the requests you know range of things from testing laboratories setting up testing laboratories to Mosques for health workers too Water and sanitation supplies etcetera at the same time we are acutely rather than multiple needs in multiple sectors whether we are talking about protecting women and children when we talk about places where cities have been locked down for weeks at a time. Or we're talking about food security right now because people are unable to work and don't have an income or you're talking about multiple disasters had a cycle of the number of countries and that compounds the crisis that Corbett nineteen is brought all the Pacific Tropical Cyclone Herald. I think is better. Four countries in as many days. Can you expand on what happens in a situation where you've got a health issue plus a natural disaster happening at the same time so on the one hand you could argue that up to a little bit better prepared here in the Pacific because we have to deal with a measles outbreak several months ago and some of these structures and mechanisms already in place to ensure that we fight the measles outbreak in fact the joint Incident Management Team? That I mentioned to you before was something that existed from that outbreak and was re purposed into dealing the covert nineteen similarly We have something in the Pacific humanitarian team functions. Here brings together all of the U. N. and other partners like the Red Cross and the NGOs are now we have government representatives and the regional organisations bilateral Austrailia New Zealand so those structures are in place and it really helped in some ways arguably to respond as will two TC herald which had an impact on four of the countries. All of them are in the Pacific quality which I support the Solomon Islands Tonga Fiji and Vanuatu by far based on preliminary analysis. Certain parts of Vanuatu are the worst hit followed by a couple of areas in Fiji Solomon Islands Tonga thankfully a not impacted significantly as went to sadly though twenty seven. People lost their lives in Solomon Islands. As a result of this cyclone-hit abort that Kept signs people washed off the boat and have one confirmed death in Fiji a six year old child. That was confirmed with just this morning. We're still waiting for the data from Anwar two areas of Vanuatu that We don't have any communication with in Pentecost Island. For instance the first teams have been going there yesterday and this morning to make detailed assessments but clearly we can see based on the aerial photography and other reports that some one hundred sixty thousand people in. Monroe ought to have been affected by this especially badly affected Guyland of Santo and And penticost lagoon. Bill is a second largest city in Vanuatu. In that's on the island of Center. We know that the infrastructure people's homes roofs blown off. We know that there has been some shortage of water. There's no electricity many pants. Also the that's the case in Fiji in terms of the deputy and we are very concerned about food security We think that if we don't get things sorted we will have people going hungry in a metro. Weeks the secretary-general Monster Reform Agenda in two thousand. Nineteen with this double crosses happening in areas of the Pacific Reform Agenda Aid situation. I can already see that happening in the past few weeks as we've been working together as one. Un system. I think it's an important change to how the UN has maybe functioned in some other places during times of disaster even in between disasters. So for instance if you you have all of the sectors coming together we know that this for instance Kobe. Nine hundred ninety s right now is something that is a health sector response or largely so. But it's not only you cannot possibly move your medical equipment and personnel from one place to another. If you don't have your logistics people work so whilst you have W at show and unit steph looking at the medical supplies you'll have. Wfp leading logistics identifying aircraft. And actually getting things for months the other you have other parts of the UN like U. N. O. P. S. O. U. N. D. P. who have existing long-term agreements with suppliers in China or North America or elsewhere who's agreements can be used to procure things that we need. You have like. Un Women the officer High Commissioner for Human Rights and others NGOs as well the very important issue of protection for children for women for people with disabilities when they're curfews when they're lockdowns as I mentioned before you have very important role being played by UNHCR IOM. We know that refugees and migrants are especially vulnerable at this time when borders of closed. And they don't have the coping mechanisms that perhaps People who are living in their homes half so these dishonor accept food security as I mentioned before is a big problem. It's not just a problem in the context of the cyclone because several countries that depend on tourism in the Pacific as you know some of those countries Fiji for instance Vanuatu more than forty percents of the GDP is based on tourists industry and people have no income. Now they have no income and as a result that have very little access to food. So there are agencies like F your and uplift be Undp looking at Making sure that cash transfers cash grants can take place now while of course trying to support the government's in dealing with economic impacts the medium-term and long-term economic impacts of this crisis Hannah seeing the reform saving lives. Yes indeed in fact I was not so long ago in Liberia and I was Impressed by how the UN First of all came together but importantly all of the other partners came together as well. There was something called the incident management team and we used to meet three times a week. You had countries like China and the US are the CDC sitting there with. The government was led by the government. So first of all you know these things work well when governments are able to coordinate all of the actors and would we've tried to do here is wherever governments have needed. A wanted our support in terms of accord initiative. We've done that. We support the government. The governments are still in the league but we support them. I think what I am seeing now in terms of covert nineteen in the Pacific as a repeat of what I saw in Liberia and sadly that was not always the case was also in some other countries during this Nami and other cyclones. But I do see that here. There is a commitment on the part of all of the agencies to actually come together in some sense you know having a different role for a resident coordinator has also made a difference speakers agencies. Feel that the President. Coordinator is a neutral entity at the same time is a person that the government knows Vagan Goto to without having to go to seventeen different agencies during crisis like this but it's also important to know that this collaboration between W A chore and the Resident Coordinator Is something quite unique. It's happening really for the first time and I. It seems to be working not only in the Pacific but everywhere around the world. And what is your call to actions? Nice listening but in the Pacific and globally. I believe that this crisis can only be dealt with if we work together. It is of course human nature when something like this happening on. One tends to think of how one CAN PROTECT. Oneself one's family perhaps wants community and by extension When country but at the end of the day we can't respond to crisis legs alone Whether we are an individual or family or community or country we need to help each other so as much as we need to ensure that the right protocols are in place that we do our best to keep ourselves and our loved one safe we must understand that the only way we can actually beat this is my reaching out and helping each as well and we cannot just circle the wagons and hope that this will pasta and we will be protected. We have to find ways. Safeway's creative ways using technology but if technology is not available sometime through physical movement but safely to get the expertise to get the and this applies to places where it's needed especially so that the most vulnerable populations are supported and helped during this terrible crisis.

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"nehru" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"nehru" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Secular democracy into a Hindu nation we cannot have citizenship on the basis of religion it just goes against the very secular fiber of our country protester prion she bought her doors from a Hindu family like about eighty percent of Indians but she fears Indian Muslims who number nearly two hundred million people are becoming second class citizens it is a problem for me because I am empathetic I care about other people and India is not in the state because it's a secular state the protesters list of grievances has expanded in recent weeks to the government's crackdown in cashmere slowing economic growth and police brutality latest protester in response to violence last Sunday at an elite university campus armed with metal rods stormed dormitories at Jawaharlal Nehru university students faculty and security guards the college has long been a bastion of left wing politics and it it posted lots of anti government protests it's not clear who the attackers were students blame Hindu nationalists loyal to mody but muddies party denies that cleaning left wing groups instead most of those who've taken to the streets in recent weeks are from the left wing been elite people who never voted for movie in the first place they're worried the secularism enshrined in India's constitution is under threat but protester garnish cannot take knowledges that's not really a concern for most indicates that getting about their own benefit my house my car my life it's difficult to him all of the economic conferred that's a challenge India's middle class is booming movie won reelection last spring in a landslide in part by appealing to Hindu pride these may be the biggest protests in decades but unless he's Hindu nationalist based turns against him moody's job is secure Lauren Frayer NPR news Mumbai this is NPR news Iran's foreign minister insists his country does not want nuclear weapons if you wanted to build a nuclear bomb but with the with the I'm ari Shapiro as Iran breaks limit set in the twenty fifteen nuclear deal we look at what's known about the country's nuclear capabilities this afternoon on All Things Considered from NPR news the program begins at four thirty this afternoon here on KQED more morning edition ahead on this Wednesday morning the president of the United States expected to deliver a statement later this morning after Iran.

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Masked Men Attack Students in Rampage at University in New Delhi

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Masked Men Attack Students in Rampage at University in New Delhi

"Masked assailants stormed India as Nehru university in New Delhi Sunday night in a violent attack on students that wrist escalating protests against prime minister Narendra Modi's government members of student groups allegedly affiliated with Molly's political party attacked hospitals at the university with rods and batons injuring dozens of students and some professors according to the all India students

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Sky high expectations for Modi's second term

FT News

11:40 min | 2 years ago

Sky high expectations for Modi's second term

"Narendra Modi begins, his second term office this week after a landslide election win Justice sing discusses, what he must do to live up to the hopes of the armies of young people voted for him with Amy Kasmin. And Stephanie Finley we begin with the voice of one young supporter. The world should know that India has finally woken up. We are not sleeping anymore. And now we know what a right, who is the right person who is good for India. We don't think on communal basis anymore. We don't vote on the basis of costs on the basis of religion now, we would for the wlob India for development we vote for India and not a particular party who has always ruled India like congress, Amy, the sheer scale of his victory has surprised many. What is your assessment of Mr. Moody's triumph? Look, I think the scale of Modi's victory is down to really multiple factors. First of all the opposition was really an utter disarray. I don't think the congress party has really truly recovered from the battering that it received in two thousand fourteen I think, in terms of leadership. They didn't have a very clear electoral strategy. They were completely destroyed. Other parties were factionalized. So the opposition did not offer any kind of convincing alternative to Mr. moody, on the other hand, you had the BJP, Mr. Modi's party, and then crew ably well, organized, highly tuned, and deeply resourced political machine. They had a great product and Mr. Modi, he's a charismatic strong leader highly conscious of his image. And then behind him. He had this incredible machine with all its resources, Mr. Modi's government over the last five years had started a lot of social welfare, schemes they estimate that two hundred and twenty million people benefited from one Mody government scheme or another, this included things like distribution of gas, cylinders to people who had previously been cooking, highly polluting, cow, patties, or would door charcoal. They opened. Rnc accounts for millions of people they delivered toilets or funding for people to build toilets. There was funding for building low cost housing. Other governments have also had a lot of schemes in the past, but these were probably delivered more efficiently. But then the BJP party machinery was absolutely astute in maintaining contact with all of those who benefited from any kind of government program, and then the party with its machinery, reminding people who delivered these benefits to them and overall, Mr. Modi, just really projecting himself as the confidence strong decisive, and really one and only leader for India against a weak and fragmented. An unconvincing position led to essentially a massive landslide that we've seen really a historic verdict the first time in decades that any leader has. Two consecutive single party majorities on their own. Stephanie, you were at the BJP headquarters on the day election results came out. Did you get a sense that people's expectations from Mr. moody will be even higher this time? So the mood was just euphoric at the headquarters thousands of people had come they were dancing playing music, and they were thrilled to be part of what they saw as a historic moment for mister Mody. And also for India in there is Mr. moody, Ken deliver what the congress has failed to deliver in India for so many years, and many people repeated the line to me that it's only Mr. Mody that can take India from developing to developed country. Most young people were very confident that Mr. Modi could deliver on his promise to create jobs, and they said that Mr. moody gave them the motivation to get. Job, not necessarily that he would create government jobs for them. But they did expect that Mr. Mody would create a booming business environment that would take India into the future and them along with it. So Amy huge expectations. Tell us water the key challenges before him, the astonishing thing really about this election. What came as a surprise to many as the fact that in two thousand fourteen Mr. Mody had campaigned on a promise of reviving economic growth, creating millions of new jobs to absorb the young people in the workplace. In fact, Modi's track record on the economy is pretty patchy. And right now, there is actually a lot that needs to be dealt with India's economic growth is slowing down in the last quarter for which we have the data. It was six point six percent. There are some people who think the next quarter could be even slower that some growth may come in under six percent. So growth is really full touring and growth is critical because it's with growth that you get jobs, which are so badly needed. There's also serious issues in the financial sector these things called non banking financial companies. They're not really banks. But they provide a lot of consumer credit, which is driving demand and keeping growth going, but many of them are very, very shaky. One is already collapsed, if others collapsed, it will have an impact on the banking system because around five percent of all Bank lending is to these nonbank financial companies. The government's finances are also not in very great shape. The government wants to try to step up spending to try to revive growth. But in fact, they don't really have the fiscal space to do so tax collections of come in, well below expectations, and their plans for accelerated growth will be hard to meet given the level of tax collection. So there's a lot of stored up trouble. Meanwhile, private companies haven't really been investing in the Indian economy either throughout the whole term of the Modi government, and the banking system also has still weighed down with heavy non-performing loans. The question is really, what is the Modi government planning to do about these problems, because we haven't seen any clear indications of how they plan to tackle these issues how much they feel the urgency of the situation, Mr. Modi's foreign policy is considered one of the main achievements of his previous tenure, what are the issues confronting Mr. moody on foreign policy, and trade fronts, Mr. Modena's reached out to leaders across the globe. He's tried to avoid taking sides in some of the rifts that have arisen in the international system. Particularly rising tensions with the US and China. He's reached out to. Chinese president Xi Jinping. He's reached out to Trump. He's reached out to Japan's Shinzo obey. His tried to indicate India's willingness to be friends with everyone. I think I see a few challenges ahead, though, under Trump. America is really forcing countries into hard choices. For example, India has traditionally good relations with Iran, but the US has pressured India and other countries to stop all their energy purchases from Iran, because the US wants to put the squeeze in Iran. The US for longtime been rather tolerant of some of India's economic policies that make it tough for American companies to do business in India, and are seen as favoring Indian companies in the past, the US was willing to tolerate some of that from India because they thought India's a democracy. We want to encourage India to rise and grow strong economically so that it can serve. Some kind of regional counterweight to China, but under Trump, it seems like trade is everything and Trump will be more concerned about a twenty billion dollar trade imbalance with India than the long term, strategic interests of a stronger India. So the US is putting a lot of pressure on India. And this is a kind of a friction point, and generally, I think India is going to find the US is pressuring India to take sides and it's likely to get tough with India, Hindu nationalist vision of India has often clashed with secularism enshrined in India's constitution often during the campaigning heard that the election, this time was about the soul of India. Do you see any serious threat to India's diversity, this time around the idea that defined the first years of India in the decades after its independence, really as are related by Mahatma gone? Bundy and then his political heir job, Lal Nehru was that India was by its nature, a diverse pluralistic, multifaith society. The state was to be secular in the sense of not having a religious identity and not preferring. One community over another alongside that idea husband, another idea championed by the RSS formed in one thousand nine hundred five that India is primarily a Hindu country, it is clear that the BJP has been heavily influenced by this second ideology. In fact, the BJP was formed by the RSS to promote these ideas and carry this message into the political sphere. The election campaign, had a lot of costal anti-muslim overtones for many in the BJP one of the. Mandates for the BJP who's been elected to the parliament is someone who has actually been criminally charged with involvement of a bombing of a Muslim burial grounds where at least six people, including a young child were killed many were quite shocked that the BJP would put up such a person who still awaiting formal trial in connection with this case in the wake of his landslide reelection victory. Mr. moody did make a speech where he talked about. We want to win over the trust of minorities of this country. We want to govern for all, but I think given the divisiveness of the campaign while Mr. Modena's clearly made the right noise. You know, these conciliatory comments about winning Muslims trust, I think it will take more than one speech to reassure minorities, that they will be protected, and I think that it will be the actions. Finally that will speak louder. Than a few words. That was Justice. Sing took it to Amy Kasmin how South Asia bureau chief, Stephanie Finley, South Asia. Correspondent in Delhi? Thanks for listening die. Forget, if you missed our recent episodes on the proposed merger between fear cries Renai, Russia's attempt to foster hyme grown industrial champions will European parliamentary elections. It can find them all on the usual podcast, baffles.

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 India's ruling party takes 303 of 525 seats in election win

Monocle 24: Midori House

01:12 min | 2 years ago

India's ruling party takes 303 of 525 seats in election win

"We will start in India, which has released the results of its recent election. The biggest election ever held in the whole history of everything. We've more than six hundred million people voting to nobody's great surprise, if to less than universal jubilation, it has proved a thumping endorsement of incumbent prime minister Narendra Modi and his Bharatiya Janata Party who look on course to win around three hundred of the five hundred and forty-three seats in the lock SABA moldy. Conveyor full look forward to another five year term backed by the biggest mandate of any politician on earth, or indeed, really in all of human history on some noth-. What is his secret? Because this is a this is a big win. There is no perceptible backlash against the incumbent or anything like that. He's actually extended his mandate just quickly. One thing it's nine hundred million not six hundred million three hundred nine hundred million registered voters, six hundred million actually voted done. Ten out of ten. But with this win, I think, moody has joined the ranks of two other conic Indian post independence, India leaders, Joel Nehru and Indira Gandhi, who both manage to bring their party back to power without any coalition.

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"nehru" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"nehru" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"A lot of bit parts and TV too or you did a few. I did a few one on Bill Cosby show. And I don't remember which show. It was his you're still in New York though. New york. And it was I just was I remember the going in for the part of a nurse. And then they changed it to a janitor. And then they changed. They kept changing my part around me. I never saw it. I have no idea. So did that little part of did the soap opera, I did not too much to mostly theater, all all theater things. And then you're like, did you actually do a prairie home companion? Oh, yeah. Did that a lot? And was that like a regular gig? Did you have to live in Minnesota or you'd go knock him out? No, I had I took that job because I was afraid afraid of flying. And I thought I got I I didn't want. I've told myself I would never let my fear of flying getting the way of taking up. And so I got addition for the prairie home companion. And I got the part, and and it meant that I would have to fly every Friday to Minnesota, and we would tape the show and Saturday night fly back Sunday. Okay. I had to do that. But I had my brother. My brother lived in Saint Paul. So. So I got to go see him. So I looked at it as an opportunity to see him and also just get over my fear flying. So I did it and I had a great time working with garrison. He's very eccentric. Brilliant man and had a lot of fun with everyone who worked on that it sounded fun. I would listen to it sometimes because I just have NPR on when I was moving to New York. And it was like it seemed a little like oddly. I just I just listen to it. But it didn't seem like it was really geared towards me. But I enjoy a little put Put in. in a war. Yeah. Kind of I love doing those skits with him doing all the guy nor in some of them. Yeah. Not all of them. But there was a season where I was I played the lady and that and I did the joke episodes with him, and and he had some cool people working for them. There's this one guy. I wish I could remember his navy had really long hair, and he would drive the trucks, and he would go to wherever garrison was going ahead of time to to hang out in the local bars and find out all the the local stories. I'll really so the research research, and then he'd give it to garrison who would write these unbelievable while he never he would just go out and talk. He wouldn't have a script on really didn't have a teleprompter. He would just go out on stage. And just talk for it was kind of extraordinary. Yeah. Yeah. He could dig into a little trouble. I don't know. I can't remember like he I don't know. Now that you're saying that I'm going I wonder, but you didn't have any problem. No, not at all nice. I know he was it was lovely and I enjoyed doing that show. So after those movies, though, I think the first time like I. Really registered. You was in the ice storm. Oh, yeah. I love the movie because it was it was my parents generation that they were coming of age as young parents in that time your parents do keep parties. I don't know. But they were I feel like there might have been some swinging. I don't I'm not sure. But like if we're looking at some of the pictures of them, you know, sixties sort of like why they I would I don't know your parents. But I feel like looking at you. I would think that if your parents more than my parents right now why there's a lot of pictures of my mom and some swinging gardening garments, my dad and some Nehru cowers. All right. Yeah. Maybe not parents. They were very no no not that wasn't that wasn't there bag. No. That was that was like a big movie. Yeah. Was it? Cool. I was a really good movie to be part of it. I remember. And you know, what else it was when did okay American Beauty and ice storm winded nine. Ninety nine one thousand nine hundred nine American Beauty ice storm.

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"nehru" Discussed on I Was There Too

I Was There Too

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"nehru" Discussed on I Was There Too

"And he would just pick us out. We were just, they're kind of like we're just played. We're just in a toy chest like a repertory company that's really worked it out. And he would pick two people to like improvise a scene to move the story forward. The entire movie felt improvised and that he was just making it up as you went along. And he said to me at some point, he was like, I see the whole movie in my head shop shop I shot. It's all in there. I just have to. We just have to make. The script seem to be completely thrown out the window, but when you would I because I was going to ask you how much of this was improvised because there's it's made. These are made better by the fact that you guys are get get to like like imbue it with character and personality. You have lines. This'll be where we're. I don't need any more diuretic lectures from Chuck. That's just coming in on a scene. That's the first line of seen as you're going to get into the meat of it. So is he giving you the places to get to and beats or just say, there was a script. There was definitely a script and some of the scenes hewed to that script to some extent, but then he would drop and come up with a different ending of the scene or say, just do this. And then there were other scenes, like there's one in particular where somebody that I didn't like has plunged to his death. Right? Ken, Joe Johns, I didn't like him and he has plunged to his death. He asked me to like, improvise a scene reacting to that, and I don't know if it made it into the movie, but I think it would have been like right before my copy machine incident. Yes, that I think I'm supposed to start that scene all cocky, talking about how it didn't like him anyway. Oh, that's who you're talking about. That's Chuck Chuck. Let's fee he was. His name was Wayne or weighing. Yeah. Yeah. Oh my God. Okay. So many questions. I almost feel like I need to take it back to the national. Sure, sure. I know I threw a lot when you when you put him cross legged on the floor. I'm picturing my first experience with Michael bay was watching like behind scenes, videos on winger where he was directing a young man, like it's crazy. He was rock and roll drying remember. So I'm picturing him and kind of tight, Levi's five. Oh, one jeans. A button up shirt, maybe no caller just one of those Nehru collars opened quite a bit and he's kinda got long like almost shoulder length hair, very tan. Is that off just about right? Yeah, that is how he looks think the hair is grey comparison to video days. The genes are a little more faded, but other than that, that's the look. Okay. And, and so he's smiling, were you intimidated? Did you know that he at all had kind of reputation for well bay him, but also. Like I think he can be a little hostile sometimes. Yeah. Maybe? No, I had no idea about that. I don't think I think it was later that I, that I sort of read some things about what he is reputed to to certain actors. But no, I don't remember being intimidated. In fact, as I look back on it, I'm not entirely sure that I quite knew who he was. That makes sense. Yeah, I might not have known him on site and I might just kind of felt like this could be any number of people. And do you remember how you sold yourself when he said, what have you done?.

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"nehru" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

04:52 min | 3 years ago

"nehru" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"You're going to get college coaches to endorse their product, and they fly eleven of us to Las Vegas and Jerry Takeda was one Jimmy Valvano. And so forth. And so Jon slush, your senior and Phil came and made the presentation to us. And essentially they would give you a compensation and all the product for you and your your team, and this is seventy eight. And so. I was sitting beside Bill foster who is coaching at Clemson at the time. And so the second day we had to make a decision. And so part of it was they give you the compensation of compensation was five thousand in cash or five thousand in stock. The impediment really wasn't as it turned out was if you took the stock, you couldn't catch the stock for five years. And at that time stock was about six bucks. And so Bill flush leans over to me and he says, George, take stock, take the stock out. Explain to you later. He said, all these other, it's going to take the cat. And so. A five year thing ended up being a disciplinary factor because even if you wanted to, you couldn't cash it so so then when the five years past bilk call me about six months before the due date and he said. Listen to me again, don't catch the stock, don't cash. The stock, just let it roll over. You got this far without you can get the wrested away. So anyway, by time I finally sold his stock. It was. It was up to forty six bucks. And it's splitting so, but go back. I saw that year and seventy eight, Nike cents Bill foster myself, Nettie Sutton to to China for a month to do clinics. And so we went to tip e king Shanghai Gwen Joe. So at that time, Beijing did not exist. Subsequently, Beijing was was replaced with Beijing, but at that time it was called Peking. And so we we went in and did these clinics in China. And at that time it was highly communistic. Everybody dressed the same women dressed white blouse and olive green slacks and and the men had these little Nehru's jackets, olive green, and they had a cap with the rich star on it. They could speak knowingly. And so one day we're in tenement square and Bill Foster's wife at a polaroid camera, and she was taken pitchers. And so she took a picture of a group of Chinese people standing together conversation. And so when when we developed, she showed it to him and they were like as well been for the moon day was so we couldn't tell what they're saying. They were so excited pointing, and then more people came and they had no idea. A hottest was transpiring. So here's, here's a an interesting story, Tim. So Chinese gentleman steps out of the crowd. And he comes up to me and he picks my hand up and he rubs my hand looks at his fingers. And so it was a parent hit. Never seen a black person before and his life, and he thought it was paint. Wow. And so he was rubbing the the paint because he couldn't figure out he'd never seen a black person before, and it's it's a story that's left an indelible Mark on my my stay. But that was maybe one of the great trips of all time. I tell you one hundred quick story. We're doing a clinic in and Shanghai and interpreted comes up to me at the end of my lecture. And he says, coach, he says. This coach liked the bar, you're rebounding book and they'll bring it back in the morning. So I thought he just wouldn't take it home and read it. So the next morning comes back. Sure enough. It gives me to book and he's got twenty five copies of it. Over twenty five. Gave me mine back. Welcome to China. You started working fulltime at Nike, it's at age sixty three. No, I actually took a global sports marketing job at sixty three. I actually had put in about eight years in developing this grassroots program at Nike, and then subsequently I got this opportunity to to to be the global director. And you mentioned familiar name to a lot of people, Michael Jordan earlier from the dream team. And I've seen a photograph of you at the very young, Michael Jordan. Suffered that you are the one who actually convinced Michael Jordan to sign with Nike or certainly one of the driving factors there. Could you share that story?.

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"nehru" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

04:52 min | 3 years ago

"nehru" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

"You're going to get college coaches to endorse their product, and they fly eleven of us to Las Vegas and Jerry Takeda was one Jimmy Valvano. And so forth. And so Jon slush, your senior and Phil came and made the presentation to us. And essentially they would give you a compensation and all the product for you and your your team, and this is seventy eight. And so. I was sitting beside Bill foster who is coaching at Clemson at the time. And so the second day we had to make a decision. And so part of it was they give you the compensation of compensation was five thousand in cash or five thousand in stock. The impediment really wasn't as it turned out was if you took the stock, you couldn't catch the stock for five years. And at that time stock was about six bucks. And so Bill flush leans over to me and he says, George, take stock, take the stock out. Explain to you later. He said, all these other, it's going to take the cat. And so. A five year thing ended up being a disciplinary factor because even if you wanted to, you couldn't cash it so so then when the five years past bilk call me about six months before the due date and he said. Listen to me again, don't catch the stock, don't cash. The stock, just let it roll over. You got this far without you can get the wrested away. So anyway, by time I finally sold his stock. It was. It was up to forty six bucks. And it's splitting so, but go back. I saw that year and seventy eight, Nike cents Bill foster myself, Nettie Sutton to to China for a month to do clinics. And so we went to tip e king Shanghai Gwen Joe. So at that time, Beijing did not exist. Subsequently, Beijing was was replaced with Beijing, but at that time it was called Peking. And so we we went in and did these clinics in China. And at that time it was highly communistic. Everybody dressed the same women dressed white blouse and olive green slacks and and the men had these little Nehru's jackets, olive green, and they had a cap with the rich star on it. They could speak knowingly. And so one day we're in tenement square and Bill Foster's wife at a polaroid camera, and she was taken pitchers. And so she took a picture of a group of Chinese people standing together conversation. And so when when we developed, she showed it to him and they were like as well been for the moon day was so we couldn't tell what they're saying. They were so excited pointing, and then more people came and they had no idea. A hottest was transpiring. So here's, here's a an interesting story, Tim. So Chinese gentleman steps out of the crowd. And he comes up to me and he picks my hand up and he rubs my hand looks at his fingers. And so it was a parent hit. Never seen a black person before and his life, and he thought it was paint. Wow. And so he was rubbing the the paint because he couldn't figure out he'd never seen a black person before, and it's it's a story that's left an indelible Mark on my my stay. But that was maybe one of the great trips of all time. I tell you one hundred quick story. We're doing a clinic in and Shanghai and interpreted comes up to me at the end of my lecture. And he says, coach, he says. This coach liked the bar, you're rebounding book and they'll bring it back in the morning. So I thought he just wouldn't take it home and read it. So the next morning comes back. Sure enough. It gives me to book and he's got twenty five copies of it. Over twenty five. Gave me mine back. Welcome to China. You started working fulltime at Nike, it's at age sixty three. No, I actually took a global sports marketing job at sixty three. I actually had put in about eight years in developing this grassroots program at Nike, and then subsequently I got this opportunity to to to be the global director. And you mentioned familiar name to a lot of people, Michael Jordan earlier from the dream team. And I've seen a photograph of you at the very young, Michael Jordan. Suffered that you are the one who actually convinced Michael Jordan to sign with Nike or certainly one of the driving factors there. Could you share that story?.

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"nehru" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"nehru" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Thurs you can see here is not anything really haven't seen before right here you got you got a bunch of famous basketball players right here tari irving shaquille o'neal chris webber reggie miller nehru all doing all negro okaz play and and they are you got a little what's his name little a little real little rather however right there he's a guy who he's they tried to make you feel sorry for him it wasn't enough that he was just a loser in life he was a loser in orphan i never had any family you never had family family in the only so you were your mom was a it was a virgin birth now even know mother hatched into the world attest to baby and then there's a little little white orphan ruined his basketball career you've got started all in chance like redeeming himself now is winning streak ball tournament but nobody wants to play with him ever since he got he got a his other star players taken from him by his rival it's funny to offers grew up scale yes still still messing nick kroll is the other orphan of course and so his only hope now is this jerry geriatric jerry got actress geriatric sit arches hide from when there's the secret legend of uncle drew of uncle jewish uncle drew even when he was young i don't know but he was the greatest basketball player who just quit the game and now he just kind of roams around shows up and on street courts schools the young kids going about his business and little rail says hugh you oh man you can help me build a team yes i'm gonna win the rucker and get my get my mojo back and get paid get girl back girl everything's gonna work out for me yes does it oh we don't want yeah let's see oh this movie unpredictable i can't say which is funny because i was like this uncle drew can play why did he stop you know he can play like this at seventy five yeah why was he plays street ball why was he not playing for like god or something you know sporting they need to tell you but manetti enough to ruin a career like uncle drew the way drew can play because that's one of the things with the movie you have to ask yourself as like wow man you really wanted to make underdog story to make him like fifty sixty years old eighty that is a funny thing worked them being fifty because at that point the athletes gotta they gotta give it up got to retire and they even interview a bunch of older athletes who are eighty who you can tell it to still do it yeah but no i figured they thought this'll be funnier and the tradition of dirty dirty grandpa or or bad grandpa what's the johnny knoxville background are in the tradition of every black person wanting to dress up in costume of fat suit or something sure you know 'cause it's almost like if you stay in the game long enough you're going to be some kind of crazy black make oh yeah yeah martin think that's next for us for the fifth anniversary party we old fats coming up their belly bus thanks we'll let you in on a girl the trick behind that is that you you look old and fat but then you do something only a young man can do that's it but but we're actually also it wouldn't be that far we just fed the little tell you man right off the bat a lot of reasons to just hate this movie man on a series of commercials movies already got me mad you know the thing is first of all i told the people this chicago i feel a little a little re ripped up y'all know director one particular movie out there and i looked at this and i said uncle drouet nothing but space jam shirt place the cartoon candle old negro fake oh new mud babies i looked at that this is kind of.

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"nehru" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"nehru" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"You want to go get tickets for these events cube what's going to be different in your to now that you've kind of had a year under your belt you see what works and doesn't work i think the basketball is going to be better guys are going to be more safe last year they'd really didn't know what to expect nobody did but this year they know what to expect we had a combine in april and dues were in shape then so i was excited 'cause i'm like yellow the basketball is doing is just gonna get that much better we are new names you know like march starting meyer and they robinson you know metta world peace drew gooden so you know it's just it's to meet league is is just gone is moving in the right direction and that's what we want we want to united certain at a certain point that the the play has to speak for self now you have this name and that name in every name but it really matters how they play and you know it's really moving its way into you know a big time sports because we won't be live this year and i you know i don't think we will take a serious until we became live so it we are which player new player you most excited to see back on the court nehru house like nate to me was always a an incredible player for that size and that that ability has to to be exciting and with the down three four man i'm just excited to see him play on this love on what he can do you know so that's one player i'm really looking forward to seeing also my mood i'd do you know last year he was man so this year i think he's gonna be killing it again and he's a straight inspiration straight up yet so when you look at the big three now are you glad in your second year that you actually did this and put this together give guys opportunity to continue to you know play basketball careers and guys in the nba in in continued success in terms of plan yeah man you know to me this is a great thing being artist and you know i couldn't i couldn't imagine somebody coming up to me when i was thirty four thirty five and telling me you know you.

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"nehru" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"nehru" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"That's my belt that's the phone ring ring ring fumbling ran i have loyd's once again be deceived by youtube i wanted to find the actual video here i think this is i hope this is it this is a i'm going to hey banana is found the rest of the day banana is follow and like that so i think this is more nokia announced than 33 ten last year the year before which was also one of those candy bar phones and how did that cell do you know as it was it i don't think well i don't know any any actual numbers but my impression is that it it didn't it didn't do spectacularly but it just kind of interesting to know that they're still a demand for these uh guessing com dump lawns and i dunno style ju bit aired as nehru oh look at that come at random a let's see that again and i need my i need the samsung super slow motion for the he's opening up the fedex package yes they do have spread x the matrix oh i know i wanted that phone so bad really i thought is unhappy held there but i didn't i didn't get finish sized about the phone life oh good things i've been looking for you i don't know if you radio what's your amendment phone but unfortunately you what i i know what i was thinking about recently was like i i heard that they're going to read make the matrix they're going to have been reboot matrix pretty soon and i wonder what the matrix would be like in the air of smart funds you know does the premise still hold shrewd can you can you create these situations where the running to a landline and that sort of thing um so many ways of the store that out there one study went off at once they met the uh the architect the holes series the whole thank allah it has completely comply it over now i don't see the whole premise of the matrix host the maitre success at at the height of our civilization which is clearly in the nineties smack in the beef today so.

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"nehru" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"nehru" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Use the other quarterback the u a k m drawn a blank but drew henson maybe at nehru it was a baseball player to right yeah and he and he had a lucky other he was a prototype in quarterback you six five and he was strong he was in good shape and every time they had a chance to play drew henson they played your hanson and every time tom brady had a chance they won nearly and a lot of times he would help the team come back and he was showing signs of brilliance be was too slow not to this talked circling back or on what we're talking about like with studies right like i'll i'll a top in a study tom brady wouldn't past tass riot because lazy sei arches 357 ishai he's outlined wrong that i he's not fast enough here now he doesn't have what it takes and so the other guy does right so they they'll put the other guy every time right and a lot of people don't camera abbas doug flutie forever when he was with the bills it's like a how how many times in a book and pulling out of the game remember how good atalanta was it at football generally get recruited anywhere because he was too short right um but then he you know where everywhere he played he he did awesome so like that's a it's a hard thing to deal with is like you get judged on your you know your size and and you have a bunch of guys that are 6'5 with aids razor patriotism hang in that like there you're getting judged by how you are in the field yeah that's why they're they're wild ballgames with white wide receivers most people would think that's a fucking handicap yeah i had a for an i don't know why that seems the work for them have i could just does but they always get these little guys at his ludzidzini that it they just so happened to be white probably but it's just a lot of a lot of players as i'm sure there's a lot of african american players in the team that haven't been given the right opportunity either that's an and.

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"nehru" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"nehru" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"A man in his his i should say dressed cocky was in the forefront of the crowd he moved a step toward mr gandhi took out a revolver and fired several shots at almost pointblank range that was a terrible crime anguish of a wailing lament from the craft he was taken into the high into his bedroom on the ground floor and that about half an hour later he died as a member of his household read verses from the the news with india's first prime minister jawaharlal nehru who has campaigned with gandhi to achieve independence went on national radio that evening to pay tribute been than coveted the lake has gone out of our lives and that his darkness everywhere and i do not quite lou what to tell you and how to seat a beloved leader bob who was recalled him the father of the nation is a little more down the damon spoke to ghandi's grandson arun gandhi and asked him what he remembers of that day it's a very painful thing and i can still remember it myself because i was fourteen years old a nick was just a month opt of i left their men came back to south africa and uh i remember that with david he vividly and i remember telling my parents so admired the news that irish i was that i would have to are from the bus from nor did this to him and my parents reminded me of the lesson that grandfather taught me and said he wouldn't appreciate your talking like this he would rather be appreciated your forgiving the person and dedicating your life making sure that this kind of violence doesn't take place anymore india is undoubtedly economically in a much better.

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"nehru" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"nehru" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"That i just stole some apple pie jeff sessions little glen ohio how daring joe very little awesome that is not nice returns we would tell the rabbit holes watching a lot of kate mckinnon this weekend watching her jeff sessions impression oh her gal gadot impression boats great i can't get enough cash in a sheet so she's we my daughter has been sick now for like a week and a half so we've lost a lot of children's deviant smith household and she's the voice of the new miss frizzell on magic school bus ya on the netflix magic school bus and at that show is a delight i know there was controversy about them setting up miss frizzell for whatever reason via in but it's great it's really good others awesome yeah i love hearing that good science and like like my daughter loves it she doesn't care that she's earning stuff she's really in it to a yet we'll have you watch that black mere episode about child rearing no which height there's a new one this season norm out just give you the premise because you don't get his annul his topi in the world right now without me watching by your lack nehru metal had episode from this season is the best terminator movie that has been made in yes what about what about the guy nam explode but killer robot dialogue had no i'm scared of those videos and they just post them on youtube you'd have to get vip looks to why his video is this video basically if you're wondering hm those buses an amic studios kind of freaked me out i wonder what the worst case scenario with black mirror has written nailed it filmed it well i think were the reasons that we use we both coming conclusion that it feels like a great termier movie and that's not to say they were you know some of the army movies have been better than others which if i were them too he exactly right did they're the good to in 93 was nowhere near as bad as i thought it was at the time widen i worked on three i built a particle accelerator eighths right the the.

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"nehru" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"nehru" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

"That i just stole some apple pie jeff sessions little glen ohio how daring joe very little awesome that is not nice returns we would tell the rabbit holes watching a lot of kate mckinnon this weekend watching her jeff sessions impression oh her gal gadot impression boats great i can't get enough cash in a sheet so she's we my daughter has been sick now for like a week and a half so we've lost a lot of children's deviant smith household and she's the voice of the new miss frizzell on magic school bus ya on the netflix magic school bus and at that show is a delight i know there was controversy about them setting up miss frizzell for whatever reason via in but it's great it's really good others awesome yeah i love hearing that good science and like like my daughter loves it she doesn't care that she's earning stuff she's really in it to a yet we'll have you watch that black mere episode about child rearing no which height there's a new one this season norm out just give you the premise because you don't get his annul his topi in the world right now without me watching by your lack nehru metal had episode from this season is the best terminator movie that has been made in yes what about what about the guy nam explode but killer robot dialogue had no i'm scared of those videos and they just post them on youtube you'd have to get vip looks to why his video is this video basically if you're wondering hm those buses an amic studios kind of freaked me out i wonder what the worst case scenario with black mirror has written nailed it filmed it well i think were the reasons that we use we both coming conclusion that it feels like a great termier movie and that's not to say they were you know some of the army movies have been better than others which if i were them too he exactly right did they're the good to in 93 was nowhere near as bad as i thought it was at the time widen i worked on three i built a particle accelerator eighths right the the.

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"nehru" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"nehru" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Yeah the i had spread why the it has moved first off now the it was never relieved because microphone over here i don't think that's nice right it's on the inner left now shrill downright na all no no no i'll i'll get it from the outside went up judging of joe gets out of the front oh dog being painted all right now why are you oh my god that was unpleasant dr hannan a good wigan jacket though i it reminds me of the narrow jackets i used to wear in the '70s those were fantastic nehru jackets yep i support era look it up disability blair anybody else if it were a neighbor jack lemmon look that up google it any e h are you are you aware we're doing a radio show now not just sitting around y'all here it is beautiful you know tomato soup kind thick when it's cold whom oh man was the or is there any congealing in n is it it's not a liquid oh oh wait a minute so now you're like slurping like it's ice cream oh haste is not terrible but it's just like yeah this where he's not let command texture matters with food booth text i'm sure he'll or whatever some of these things that people i'm sure that some ma what is the chicken liver do you like chicken liver cody no i don't bevan beef liver though i am just texture matters and so does knowing what the the mind is an interesting thing offered to god's is is itching again a man if he starts thinking about how confining this is it's going to become very unpleasant for him you have to get out of your head to how confining there's a lovely thinking is not a thing for me lobby.

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"nehru" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"nehru" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

"I think that zeke will have more total yards i think jordan howard will have more rushing rushing are rushing yards yeah yeah yeah but i think zeke will have no we're not going on a little bit of a myth is maurice jones drew i think is the only person to lead the league in rushing on a lastplace team i'll though he would think walter payton had to have done that at some point his career but either way were dead garbage it it you know the assumption for fantasy players in beyond is while how can you lead the league in rushing if you're on a bad team because in the second heavy stop passing but the numbers don't really bear that out maher chicago bear hug and the dealer of the thing with your and howard though the reason he deserves extra credit is because the bears offense of line was decimated last year now you get along he right back i i'm a big i'm a mayors are not art van and here's another one kevin white listen this was a uber talented guy if he can finally get right physically may be now kamran meredith may be idle kamran to stay away from kevin white vickers nehru's iook i go crews better i think cruz has better chance of staying on the field and current white okay i i just i think i don't i but does our guy those earth fs i know those are ifs but if those things break right this team could be halfway decent and one more i like my glenn into i also like my glenn which is why didn't understand taken mitch trubisky there do something else there my glennon's fine see what he has for a year and that the life of i think i think guy they're tight ends could have pretty solid here both so zack miller is coming back from injury and then they drafted this monster out of ashland ohio he we.

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"nehru" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"nehru" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"Right my feeling is a poker is all about money management you're not going to invited back to that get him to england in the first am leave but i do think that your prerogative but what if you were literally retiring from poker up thirty dollars that puts you ahead of i would think the vast majority of casual poker player on one for one then i'd like to keep my record spotless or in the black let's go back for a little bit and start from the beginning of the episode less the president is returning from air force one and i just think my god it's dislike they're just showing off the got air force one they're you know like he comes off of the plane and does a little chat about the history of chess as cj says and then leo says okay you need to get him in the car and bring 'em back this is just showing off the fact that they've got these production values because they really don't need to do this scene on the tarmac on location with the plane in the background necessarily ever at the same thing dan also would really strikes me is just the change in technology because i mean we're looking at a 747 that they have on said near filming around it and nowadays and scandal one we never visit dc and will we see some exteriors in this episode of actual dc nor do we need aircraft with tony goldwyn is constantly sniping at a marine one but i've seen them film it we gotta griffith park they set up a wooden platform and tony stands on a wooden platform and waves in front of a green screen and hun later you watch it neutral looks like marine one is there while it's unbelievable it's staggering and they would still doing these things in the practical fashion back in two thousand to yeah well it looks amazing we just get the one seen and then leo tells present he needs to come back because of china the president brings the chest that's back to the white house and he distributes some as gifts he says that his set was once used by jawaharlal nehru but that's at least that's who i think he means because.

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"nehru" Discussed on Money For the Rest of Us

Money For the Rest of Us

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"nehru" Discussed on Money For the Rest of Us

"Citizens believe prices will rise than they might wanna go out and buy more staff because they think inflation is coming or it's going to accelerate and that can further constrain constrain capacity to produce goods and services which can be sort of a selffulfilling prophecy into inflation can can rise and so it's it's really difficult to to manage inflation because it is decisions made by hundreds of thousands of if not millions of businesses and individuals now economist and central bankers believe there is a level of unemployment called the non accelerating inflation rate of unemployment n a i are you i don't think the saguenay rui are not in fact in the most recent press conference that janet yellen chair the federal reserve had just a few weeks ago last week a guest somebody asked him about neighbor rue or the non excelled i'm calling a neighbors they caught the the mannix at sounds good nehru the non accelerating inflation rate of employment so this is a rate where if unemployment falls below that ray wage pressures and inflation is expected to accelerate now it's on observable you don't we don't know exactly what the rate is but janet yellen said in in the press conference that she and the federal reserve open market committee which is responsible for making sure inflation say's close to their target they believe the normal long run rate of unemployment which is another name for nay roux is four point six percent.

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