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"nettie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The big drag on the GDP last quarter was in housing investment. Again, that's the sector that we would think would be most sensitive and susceptible to the rate increases. The big win are the big wind in the growth of the GDP came from net exports. Yeah, we'll see how that gets revised, but overall what this report tells us is that the economy remains robust. It remains resilient, even as we're starting to see the kinds of cooling that I believe the fed is looking for. America's labor market though holding up jobless claims remain near historic lows running at just 217,000 last week, Bloomberg economics says that is slightly below the pre-pandemic average. Recapping stocks mixed S&P now down two tenths ten year yield 3.95%. One O two on Wall Street. Time now for the market drivers report with a focus on American depositary receipts, here is Abigail too little. Thanks, Charlie and let's start out with Credit Suisse because the Switzerland based bank while it's ADR is absolutely plunging down 19% for its worst day since October of 2008. This of course after the bank posted a $4 billion loss ahead of a crucial revamp and one that could include the layoff of 9000 employees over several years, that ADR, if you can believe it, is down 95% from its 2007 peak. Lloyd's banking, on the other hand, that ADR is up 1.3% despite that bank posting a global, a gloomy outlook. Speaking of gloom a China tech is retreating from massive two day rally with the likes of neo nettie's Alibaba all down 2% or more so volatility continues to plague that space on uncertainty over what's next with president Xi's plans and finally Charlie let's end on a bright spot VP, the energy giants ADR is up 3.4%. This is oil climbs for third day. All right, we thank you very much, Abigail Doolittle, checking out those ADRs. Recapping stocks lower S&P down two tenths of 1% of that is a Bloomberg business flash. This is balance and power with David Weston. I strongly believe that Republicans will be able to defeat Nancy Pelosi and take back the speakers gavel. You can win elections, running against things, but it doesn't mean you get to leave. Where the world of politics meets the world of business. You need things should not be used as political pawns. Once they come here, they need a place to stay a transitional time. You've got to be energy independent. Don't put yourself in the hands of a dictator who's prepared to weaponize your provision of energy. Balance of power with given western on Bloomberg radio. Brazil heads the final round of presidential
"nettie" Discussed on Shades of Strong? | Shifting the Strong Black Woman Narrative
"This episode has mentioned of sexual abuse and maybe triggering for some. Please proceed with caution guys. You are rocky were charlotte nettie and we are back with day. Seventeen of uncaring unmasking. In hiding our buddy day series where we are killing back. The layers of our superwoman archetypes. In today or this week we are working on analysts keating. You are listening to this as a song podcasts. Where we are doing our part in dismantling the miss ended stereotypes other strong black woman creating state in sacred states for blood winds on On high to the people ivy. The people all your please. Hey y'all shot so you guys for continuing to work with us. During these days we are little over the midway point in we are super excited about all the world that we are doing. Because there's been a lot of work that i was just telling this warning i was like i did not realize because you like where have you been and i did not realize that it was gonna be so challenging to do thirty consecutive episodes but i don't regret it here. We are i m loving you. And i feel like people are being held and people feel seen and i feel her and supported because we are having these conversations so yeah yeah it is all work. It's totally worth it. These are things that we should have already been talking about but now that we have a little bit easier and easier time thanks to The interwebs and being more connected with people who might live right fixed order whatever. He is wonderful that we're able to have these conversations now 'cause it's never too late. I'm glad that we're we're doing it now and we had been doing it for about what. Three years dawson have been three years. But where where's seasons four. Well yeah 'cause we started in two thousand eighteen twenty twenty four girl little while we've been out here zoey thanks conversation yes on you and you guys have been doing things to by tuning in so we are so appreciative of that. So yeah doesn't alleys key. Today we are going to talk about her trauma response and they fifteen and sixteen when they fifteen. We talked about what her cape mask were and they sixteen. We talked about her kryptonite. Wish was her need to control and today we want to talk about our trauma response and so when we about cookie lions from response. We immediately immediately like she's five. But what do you think. Eli's cheating z's is she fight or flight. You know. i think life opinion. I could be completely wrong about this. I think her response is also to fight. It just looks different people in different ways. Not everyone who fights is the throw hands and throw bows type fighting. Some people are they'll cut you with words fighting and that whole thing about six stones may break role that words Names but words will never hurt us. That's not true. Words can hurt very much. You can go ten years fifteen twenty years online at still remember some bay harmful words that were said to you and some people fight like that they will. They might cuss you out. Or they might say very very cutting and harmful things that they know are going to that are going to break you in a lotta ways. That's also on the fight. And i think and again. This is just my opinion. I think another type of fighting is when you get grimy and dirty and underhanded and you go behind the scenes and you do things and you you manipulate you manipulate things to try and come. That is also a form of fighting to me and to me. That's like biting. That's that's a. That's a dirty former fighting because the people that you're fighting may not even know it but you're definitely on the offensive. You're not necessarily on the defensive. You're on the offensive because you are taking action to harm someone else. And i think anytime you're taking any kind of action whether it seems more passive or not. I think that's a form of fight. I think flight is a little different. It's when you really Withdraw and you retreat not because necessarily your Our or anything like that. But because you just shut down and and withdraw. Maybe because you're afraid of what would happen if you were to fight you do something extremely violent. You wanna protect yourself by the people from that or maybe you're afraid of what you would say because you might take it too far and say things that we can never take back. I know that for myself. I'm not a fight person that i used to be when i was younger. I'm much more of a flight person. Because i know that i have the capability of taking it too far and i don't it and i have a have done things instead things to hurt people before and i don't wanna do that anymore. So i just withdraw and shut down. But i do not think that the. I don't think that the manipulating thing is that. That's not withdrawing. You're still very much a fight. You're just doing very underhanded things to win. So i think italy says traumas response is still fight. It just looks. Different from cookies is interesting. 'cause i thought just the opposite is just an opinion right. I saw or i think her. Like and i say that because like you at first i was like okay. She's fighting for her life. She's doing his new abilities in court. She's finding here in doing this. You know like you said. That's what i thought at first but then the more volatile batty i xe mice still why you should thing eat. Why is she always on the move. Why why does she always. Because if you watch the show you notice that she rarely ever sees now to the end of the night and even then her mind is constantly going. And so i was like okay. So she's always in a court rule. she's constantly strategizing. She planning manipulating and controlling. You know just doing all the things to make sure that everything comes out away. She wants them to turn out. Then i thought about my own life and like analysts in probably like so many black women. I have shared trauma with analyst. I'm a black female survivor of actual abuse. I reside in southern state were principal. And what happens in this house stays in. This house is.
"nettie" Discussed on Shades of Strong? | Shifting the Strong Black Woman Narrative
"It can be quite literally painful if you think about justice physical healing. If you've had. I've had strep throat several several times in my life and the healing part of it can still be painful. Because you get that first little dose of penicillin. Even if it's a shot it takes maybe a day before your throat isn't super super super sore anymore just even with physical things. You know that that's true but you still do it anyway because it's much better than having whatever the illness is so it's it's pretty much that same principle gear. It definitely isn't easy honestly. If it were easy we wouldn't have a podcast. 'cause everyone everybody would have been doing it. Everybody would willingly absolutes. Obviously not easy. That's why so. Many people are in. Denial about needing. Absolutely don't what to even go there. It's not easy but shows right. You do have support in the form of two decently wise. I will say Some middle aged women who have been through hell and back on more than one occasion have the battle stars to prove it not that we need to prove anything but we can show you that. We aren't lying about our experiences. Iv and we have some very hard fought and hard won lessons that we can share that. Maybe we'll help you and even if they don't you at least have to women who are willing to lend listening ears and you can know that you will be listened to absolutely let me say how amazing that he just for a moment and then we're going to wrap up. This episode was a young lady that we both know. She reached out to me as she was in crisis mode like she. She desperately needed some help and she could not get an appointment with ear and so she reached out to me in a taco for a few minutes. And when i got off the phone with her what. I call natty because i know nettie has a solution because she told me. She told me all the things that she had tried to come out of the space that she and so those were all the things that i was gonna suggest that she tried. And so Extra will help you try art there and she said no but i i like i like art. So that might work for me and sausa- will. I'm we got the phone. i'm gonna call natty in. I'm going to see what she can do. Support you and when i tell you my friend jumping in and save the day see like nettie. I told i told her what was going on too many details but i gave her enough so she would know that you know we need to jump on this right away and what are you doing now. Natty every sunday. This girl is having a video chat with this young lady to help. Keep her in this and i just got to say i think like honestly i think about it a lot. How you just came. In when i told you what was going on you to ask any questions you he was like. If you didn't say. I don't have time to do us like okay. I'm on it and just like that. She was on it. And you don't find it every day in people because people are busy in arab they have their own lives and they had their own stuff and that he has her own stuff too. Like i have my own stuff but she jumped in. And i know without doubt that this young lady is so very appreciative because now she gets to because he doesn't have a lot of people that she can reach out to the port but natty anna are there with her if he sunday and we are walking through what she's going and i know that it is making such an impact on her life so yen you doing that. Shaw thank you. I if it's honestly an honor to be able to spend time with her and with you because she is. She's a beautiful she. she's a beautiful girl. Beautiful young woman. And i don't this memo on the outset ending. Her spirit is pitiful. Her heart is beautiful and seeing her Knowing that she was in a crisis knowing that she was hurting that was just really heavy and seeing her in a situation where she might have felt like she was isolated on didn't have any protection or any support yet. I it was it was. It was something. I wasn't gonna hesitate to to step up an offer would help. I can because honestly i needed help like that when i was in my twenties and i didn't have it so you know. Part of this healing journey for us is to be the people that we needed when we were younger. And so yeah i. I definitely want to do that. Because that's what this young woman deserve. She deserves supportive people around her absolutely because even at her young age she's been through hill mbacke bright break so yeah just wanted to Put that out there for y'all that Healing does happen in community. So yeah we're going to wrap up day levin before we'd be on your cry we don't want it's early in the day and we have like i said the linked to the sister circle will be in the show episode. The linked to the facebook community will also be in the sonos the episode. If you find yourself in need of support young joanna on either of these platforms and connect with some people. That have been where you are. Who are very familiar. Were where you are and get the support that you need we out. We'll be back as well..
"nettie" Discussed on On the Road with Mickey
"I heard that they Had a production issue with the green one. And that's why not as many were made. I am why they ran out so quick off. But i don't know. I mean i can get another color. Yeah so what she did. This is actually a very smart thing that the people in the park were doing. She got four of the blue ones and what she and a bunch of other people in the park did was they would see someone that had more than one color of color that they wanted and they would trade so she aries smart four blue popcorn buckets. She left with to bloom. Blue baugh popcorn buckets a pink one and a yellow one. She did not get an arena. One and more impressive than that. She got two of the fiftieth anniversary. Sippers that they had and they were all sold out. She got the last two very good. Ed and they were many ones they were minnie mouse and she was dressed in the fiftieth garb stress and whatnot. Yeah cute and they're really cool. She got the sippers from and she said they're all sold out. Yeah that's thank god. She got them. They basically had to go online to put their ordering online and pick them up at down the night before yeah mobile ordering before they were sold out and so she just and she was like like sophie said like the last two or something so the last two from cosmic rays. I think but anyway. What else about your chip. You want to talk about nettie You know my favorite thing was harmonious. Yeah and also Being able to ride some of the rides that we really enjoy like we rode mckeon. Many twice allied. How great right. Yeah and we and we did one man's dream you know love it and we You know we did toy story. Mania sofi one toy story mania of good. So here's the first ever yay and see what you did there Now for stars.
"nettie" Discussed on TNCnow
"And Taking care of yourself. I always say that if we are not taking care of ourselves we we are of no use. Anybody else imagined that if you are really out and then you saw to Have both energy is not wing or any go to the children in your life. But if i always upbeat and then i'm always smalley. I use encouraging words more than discouraging words than i. I had much more impact Children that i am a continuous. So taking care of was now not selfish. Taking care of yourself is especially in everyone. That's awesome win. This is like super super success. Were because i had clients who tell me like. Oh but if i say a way because i have i have friends walk habits those if i don't go to our class full the i suppose there's teachers so the teachers can can take care of that in our class. This is the time to coffee. Threats on taba alpha's economic yourself and remember taking care of yourself is you. Are this the best thing you can do for anyone else including yours is not selfish. I know like in our coach. I think my caution. It's koch is quite similar that we always need to give give give at an nothing others and also we will consider selfish ruling reversed this yet. Taking yourself as best you can do for. Everyone else. saw her yeah. So make time Make time for yourself then. What is mine no. Yeah so An affecting who we are because we are also very critical with allison offset alcott also mentioned. You know we had this voice till the acid. I've horrible because we dishonesty or because of pot of nettie are just accepted because as long as we know it and if you want you can you can improve. But if we don't accept ourselves hot of all sell like what is site we not with site. We have decided we could accept because this who you are and that's what makes us unique for example. They'll they'll probably offer me. We are teachers. Probably there will be some. You could more as of sued like our so we Contributing to others in our own unique way by you don't accept yourself actually kids very receptive. They not so the third call us they they are not fifty. Then else i Also go into parenting same as parents not really comfortable with themselves. The children will be not comparable with themselves as well because the parents had not themselves riot. So member we are years day. Healthy beauty. Bevins everything about us schools. So we are here today. i think these off my i do my set work so i my as more on the mice side is very important and also like as alpha offset the worst us. I'm yourself than than you also change the words that we use with others so i used to do practice Something i don't think this is so empowering. But i already said it right when i went home in the evening. I will rephrase it. I will ex myself so next time. how am i going to say. This sentence of his opinion we sustain effect. Even more empowering way or love showmen. I love it so right now. I just want to make sure that. I heard what you mention this a really great teacher steps right one. Acknowledged yourself acknowledged your accomplishment right Warmer to is really Confidently saying it's okay. I need support or it's okay. I need some states right. Yup in number three accepting what is and what's the moment right number four like i love when you say that the today you are rephrasing some of the things that you heard you've told yourself or are you listen to voices right now..
"nettie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The day that's up by about four tenths of a percent 18 points on the S&P 500 Dow Jones Industrial Average up about three tenths of a percent or a hundred points The NASDAQ composite kind of finished the day up or right around 68 points or about 5 tenths of a percent here Interesting move though in the Russell 2000 here You're talking about a day here where you talk about buying the dip People weren't necessarily buying the dip when it came to cyclicals The Russell 2000 actually opened only down about a tenth of a percent It got down to about two tenths about a 2% is going to finish the day down by about 6 tenths of a percent That's a lot of tenths of a percent there But what it tells you there Carol is that a lot of folks here aren't necessarily gravitating back to some of those cyclical trades Don't you find it interesting on a day where the S&P 500 erases that 1.3% loss biggest reversal since February and you have the vix actually dipping back a little bit this was a fair amount of volatility And that I feel like when it comes to the markets there's a lot of questions out there but that's one thing I feel like we can be pretty consistent about There's a lot of volatility in this market And heavy trading as well I mean that volatility was interesting if you look from an industry perspective that all of the winners yesterday became kind of the losers today We see energy you're underperformer off by one and a quarter percent we were talking about how gas prices screeched back down oil came off the boil a little bit as president Newton seemed to say look I could be there to rescue energy in terms of the gas from Russia into Europe and prevent that crunch over there We're seeing energy off We're seeing the likes of materials on the downside also companies as well on the downside Semi semiconductor equipment that'll actually been outperforming yesterday they're on the lower side But on the upside I see a bond proxies There's a good Taylor rigs kind of a line Utilities up more than a percentage point we're seeing also real estate de relatively well Why Well yields actually crept down that little bit today Yeah and I'm thinking about what you said about Putin to the rescue We are living in unusual times All right let's get to some of the gainers Nettie's nettie's top that list up 6.6% here 88 and change Jeffries out saying the Chinese video gaming company shares could gain in the fourth quarter on the possible release of ten cents League of Legends wild rift and expectations that China could begin approving new games in November after holding off on approval since August They also estimate and this has to go to the China banning of gaming Jeffrey's estimates that just 15 to 20% of China's gamers are minors So most users will not be hit by the new rules All right let's talk about ice Intercontinental Exchange of 3.8% today's session top in the S&P 500 Raymond James coming out and boosting its price target on the stock to a street high of a 144 share from one 40 so a little bit of an adjustment maintaining its strong buy rating on the company.
"nettie" Discussed on 1 MORE STRONG-CAST with GODZOLA
"But he is the voice of man for straubing corp for the arnold so be fun to have him on. Do a fun topic We can talk strong. We could talk so much with him. But i wanted to go in with a little bit of fun to start a season off. And we're gonna talk about wrestling so we're talking about strong men that crossed wrestling in russia. The come into to strongman. Who could do both and who will do well So that's just going to be off. I thought it was owed. Also if you guys have watched the world to prominent overdue by I guess he was supposed to be in vegas. It was it was paired up with the hathor nettie hall fight got moved from vegas to florida. I moved from florida over to dubai. Which i make. You can't complain if you were going to that show. I'd much rather get into the by the florida but It was just a great show with return. Metavsky cubic hausky but the the best part of the show. That i thought was that they highlighted the women for the first time It she has classes. And it's it's a big deal but this is the first time i've really seen. The women really highlight push it and they grab like eight atop women in the world. It had them over there. So we're lined up. Have melissa peacock gone from canada. She come with third place. Which is just an amazing feat. Because melissa is i guess for the class. It's eighty two kilo mike. She's a middleweight. Yoke 105 athlete for the men in the they had it was. There's no way classes kind like the arnold pro for the women. That's just the way classes you're competing do the same thing. So she went up against donald war and chapman and jessica fifth in and corey butler and it was just. It was a great show noticed hours it was a great show to watch it was very it was cool to see them get their. I've watched it three times already. So i'm You can watch it on the row youtube channel but it just great competition a great setup. So we're talk to her. She also was at the clash record breakers in and she'll be doing clash this year. So we'll talk about that Another one that we're trying to get lined up here is dawn. Sousa him sanit right But he's part of ad l. productions. So if you've been watching any of these live streams whether its nationals whether it's America's strongest man whole clash aries. He's in charge of the life feed In it's just getting better and better if you watch is definitely coming up here. October night is the The clash oh in colorado definitely to watch that Checkout on eighty out productions. He's shares posted up. Just it's it's great to see that for the sport i think it's one thing to that With the smaller shows it's easier to produce because you spend more timely one as go on a time when you get to the bigger shows nationalism g when you're running for five six lanes or whatever. They decide to run..
"nettie" Discussed on Jiu-Jiteiros C2C
"Thank you for putting all of us at rivalry through the grinders after work. Four to eight when you're beating our ass. Thanks for showing us. All the sick takedown wrestling moves. I appreciate you brother thank you. I appreciate so much. You have no idea man. Thanks for having me. Damn all jeb to that hot tub tuesday bro among vaca- that's going to be the cherry on top and that's my birthday. So oh it's on bro. I'm bringing in class and right. There's no He loves nogi. Eddie eddie loves nogi in hot tub not necessarily Maybe at the same time. I don't know there's two things. I love franken eddie. Boom out talking about that's competition with ben and jerry's franken nettie dude me and eddie. Were just talking about this. We're talking about one of our all time. Favorite movies naked gun with are all one of our all time favorite actors leslie nielsen. And in that movie. The two main characters are frank and ed. I was like fuck guys for halloween. That's your shit but show all right man. Well thanks have a great day of training. Stay safe bro. And we'll talk soon man. Thank you we're going to talk to you later. All right. that's perfect way to start part. Two of lou. Koller digital's i'm joined by to kick ass daryl's jeff wet kind chat new on how you playboys doing you guys by the way a province. Hey welcome to the. Jim neighborhood homeys. Yeah like join a couple more delo. Some sun directly lots of. Yeah do all right got it got a little lake in the backyard and you know just chilling the vibe so they fill it out man enjoy it. Enjoy the present moment. We only get this day one time. Gentlemen let's make the most of it. Let's create magic years that people can enjoy for all eternity here all right so this is part of blue collar jujitsu sales people.
"nettie" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris
"But don't don't led's evolution. This is only you. so buying. Of course of course totally totally and then weaves a neutral so seed more as kind of a baseline arrested place but also to see that in the tanks abboud as so that you could have Or you could have what you could call inside full to ninety calming And then the reaction to the two would be very different so that in a way if you had ordinary pleasant analogy you will go into. I want more. I want to repeat it if you have ordinary unpleasant tonelli. Oh i can't stand it i hate it and then you would amplify that way if it's neutral or you get confused not knowing what to do but if you have to be because you don't mind for less which is more in the way wise that could be perceived experience in a wide swayed. Then actually it would be what he called can of something which would be more inside for so you made the difference like equate lot neutrality with aquarium itchy and so he basically says you can have a quantity which is about. I don't care it doesn't bother me. Who cares but that's true equality and he says you can have like inside full equality and actually equated often with luminous mind so the mind in the mind behind this but when he'd become quite numerous and inside for because luminous and so e- equate that when you experienced or nettie if it's insightful. Actually you going to feel the you could say contented com contented clarity so it has to do in a way. The neutrality as perceived as feeding ground eat feely stable anyway. Feeling common kim. I love this. It's a way it means. Some really fundamental practice for hacking our habits serve not being so controlled by automatic and it has so many ramifications for our own inner weather moment to moment and then of course for how we are in the world and howard treating other people connected to ethics in away if.
"nettie" Discussed on Daily Pop
"It could be real. What eight nine. Perfect strangers premiers on. Who tomorrow thank god. I ain't dying to watch eight after white. Lotus was finish. Oh by the way no spoilers but amazing it's phenomenal. I've seen it spelling. You cannot be on daily pop if you have not watched loaded you to go home and watch binge it tonight. Ever because it took gioja fletcher. I okay. Is that what. I should watch that one show. I should watch night. white lotus. you can watch from start to end. Have you watched the french yet. Now i know we talked the evil genius behind the show. Gary genetic is joining us live. And what does prince. Harry really think about the show. Stick around to find out toy. You're going to get you. A subscription package work is going on with ari. how dare you talk about hairy. I'll say whatever. I want bitch. You're in my house now. I like her. She's good right. Come on you. Want a piece of me girly. Let me go. Let me go you husband. Les lisa lisa lisa. She's not talking about harry hamlin. That is such a trigger for her. This show is hilarious and joining us. Now is the creator of the prince. Gary nettie.
"nettie" Discussed on Amazing Spider-Talk: A Spider-Man Podcast
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"nettie" Discussed on Blitz Sports World Podcast
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"nettie" Discussed on NASACast Audio
"We were looking at data that had never been measured or seen before in that resolution. This is that surface pressure measurement. That's what everybody is after. And now we have this time history of what the pressure is doing on the surface of the vehicle. This becomes the holy grill of the data set. You want listening to small steps. Giant leaps nasa apple knowledge services. Podcast where we tapped into project experiences to share best practices lessons learned enough ideas. I'm dina unle. As nasa and its stakeholders develop increasingly advanced aerospace vehicles more advanced tools required for efficient design. Nasa is working on a new state of the art technique to measure unsteady aerodynamics using pressure sensitive pants. I speed cameras and advanced image processing methods. Nettie bruce boo works at nasa ames research center as the project manager of the unsteady pressure sensitive paint capability challenging in the aeronautics research mission directorate. Nettie welcome to the podcast. Hi dana it's great to be here with you. Thank you so much absolutely. What is the unsteady pressure. Sensitive paint capability challenge. Yes it is. Transforming the ability to assess unsteady flow and how i like to unpack. It is said.
"nettie" Discussed on Shades of Strong? | Shifting the Strong Black Woman Narrative
"And we've talked a little bit about that nettie in the previous episode. Who something about. What humble means is not about downplaying your chievements but for my mom. It was about that because if you were talking about all the things that you did all the time. Dan man you you were being braggadocious and admit operating from a spirit of pride in the bible speaks against that and so that's how my mom raised me so i turned against the leader in that space and so when there were huge things happening you spoke about a once are twice the you were done with that and so like i said. We talked a little bit about in the previous episode. How as black women. We often downplay our achievements because we don't want people to think that we are better than they are that we think we are Oh she thinks she's something. And so the way that i feel like that's a way that the mother will has given birth to the sister the sister and then another thing that i think about you can just jump in here any time because you know just talking but another thing that i think about when i think about my personal life is when we have this natural mistrust of people and were always for those exactly what. I was thinking about always racing their motives. And i think that i don't i don't dot com for my mother. Don't want to say that it came from my mom but he could hat because my mom had a natural mistrust for me and because she had been betrayed by men for so long. Starting you know starting with my dad and so yeah. I think that could that could come from the mother wounds to because i watched her as she didn't freely love and give herself to other people because she didn't naturally trust them so that could be coming from from the wound as well. I think so. I mean it's funny because before you even said any of that of a thinking about watching my own mom and just thinking about how still she was and how staunchly independent she was and she also was was. I wouldn't say quiet. It wasn't that she was quiet. It's she just. It was like she. She knew when she felt like speaking. And if she didn't feel like speaking it was okay. You know like it wasn't a growing shoe wasn't i don't think it was her silencing herself or anything like that because as a child i i don't remember feeling silenced around her i felt i remember feeling silence around my dad but the issue there is what you said about. We learned these things for mothers right so our mothers are teaching us. What can and cannot be tolerated. I guess so when it came to my dad. If stuff really really really upset her she was gonna let him know if it only marginally upset her. She might let it ride with thing as she was. Never actually letting anything ride. And i know that she definitely pass that onto me. Because that's exactly how. I am learning now to speak up more often. And i've had these conversations with my husband number of times since the pandemic started. I'm not going to just sit and let stuff right anymore. Something bothers me. I might not come out right but minute and say something. But i'm not going to let it ride. I mate lip tin twenty minutes and bambi. Like what okay. Okay yeah i feel some kind of way about this and we're gonna talk about it right now. That kind of thing. Which is what my mom didn't do and the other thing that i met the number about her. I think she also had trust issues. She her father. My grandfather was an alcoholic and he cheated on her mother. He had three outside kids..
"nettie" Discussed on Le Quart d'Heure d'Inspir'Action
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"nettie" Discussed on Hermit_Radio
"So our topic. Today we wanted to split it up into two for everybody in the audience. We we wanted to talk about this very interesting idea. That nettie brought Brought to bear and that is when when we're on this spiritual path there seems to be a great wealth of knowledge that exists for a beginner. Somebody who's just coming along somebody who's just opening their eyes to everything and and finding their way but there seems to be a severe lack of information available to the intermediate or advanced a person Whether that be in any specific tradition. Let's say in this case for Or a reader like yourself nettie Where have you seen this. Most prevalent like is is. Is it something about like with your own reading practices or you not able to find the right material easily or what really brought up this topic for you. Let's dive right. yeah. I i think what you brought up the topic for me was i. I've only just started Being able to support my family as as a practitioner has an oracle on. So i've been really kind of looking into you know where i'm at in my spiritual journey where i'm at in my knowledge. You know obviously as as you know when you're a teacher you're always a student you're constantly learning and the people that you interact with the people that you teach your constantly kind of showing you where you're at in your knowledge level and i kind of just felt like i was at this point where i was kind of stagnant. I wasn't really progressing. I kind of you know i. I knew everything that people were asking Essentially and. I didn't really know where to go to you. Know talk to people who were at my same level or more advanced than the which i am. I'm always very open to. I always want that. And so i kind of started thinking about it and i was like gosh. There's really like there is no like content really created for people. I mean there is but it's very hard to find really content created for people who are practitioners. Who have been doing this for you know many.
"nettie" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM
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Fauci disagrees with Trump on coronavirus
"The United States has not rounded the corner that is from Dr Anthony Fauci. The Nation's top infectious disease expert delivering a blunt specifically worded rebuttal to the president to, of course, Said said the other day that the US is rounding the corner on the pandemic. I'm sorry but I have to disagree with that because if you look at the thing that you just mentioned the Statistics Andrea. The. Disturbing. Disturbing. The US Steph told you shy of two hundred, thousand number of new cases hovering around forty, thousand, a day and an influential model. At the White House sites all the time predicts the death toll will more than double by the end of the year. Four hundred thousand people dead by the end of December, and yet trump's behavior continues to scorn mask-wearing or social distancing his rally yesterday you see it three thousand supporters more than that. Actually packing an airport hangar in Michigan without masks without social distancing. And and you might say why why are they doing that? It is clear. They are following the leader the person that they are there to support. They are following the president just listen to them and then listen to the president. Care for it. It's that simple. I don't see it for myself. I am young and likable are year are not young. People are very strong. It gets this horrible disease. Temperature taken already, and I'm not saying not necessarily here. Everybody's been tested and I've been tested a hard time understanding people when they. So that's why I don't wear. You can hear me right now I can hear you you're going to have to take. You can take it off your your health how many your wet Well if you don't take it off your very muffled. Those trump supporters Jim Acosta speaking to them getting those very powerful Soundbites Jeremy Diamond is out front and Jeremy You know very strong words from Dr Voucher tonight specifically using the words rounding the corner. No, we're not right. Exact words the president used to rebut his claim. Yeah, no questionnaire in Doctor FAUCI typically tries to avoid directly contradicting the president's or directly confronting and putting himself in opposition to the president, and it tends to happen quite a bit simply by the fact that the president often downplayed the threat of this virus in Dr, Fauci is stating the facts, but it is notable to see dumpster here directly contradicting the president saying, I have to disagree with him on that and he does because ultimately Dr Foudy does rely on. The facts you relies on the science and the facts and the science show that the president by any metric you consider is wrong when he says that the United States is rounding the corner on this and of course, we started this week Erin with the revelation that the president had intentionally misled the American public about the deadliness of virus. He said that he likes to downplay it, and what's remarkable is that we are finishing this week with the president continuing to do. Exactly that because the president is saying that we around the corner, he is saying that the numbers of corona virus cases are plummeting. When in fact we know that we are at a plateau of nearly forty thousand cases nearly a thousand deaths per day and Dr found she is warning about a potentially difficult fall and winter, and of course, it's also remarkable when you see this rally that the president is holding three thousand more than three thousand people huddled together very few. Of them wearing masks and obviously it's coming from the fact that the president in his rhetoric has really downplayed those things. Yes he has acknowledged in in recent weeks. That mask wearing is important. He is called a patriotic, but he is still not modeling that public health behavior, and of course, for months on end, the president downplayed some of those significant public health safety measures and as you just showed in that video, the president's words. So often being mimicked by his own supporters. Jeremy Thank you very much earlier. We spoke to David Plyler these local Republican official in North Carolina and he spoke out this week urging president trump to wear a mask during his rally in that state the state by the way I wanna make it clear has a mask mandate. So we asked him why why does he feel the president should wear a mask and here's what he said. The president is a citizen of the United, States Nettie wants North Carolina. is asked to voluntarily do that not is a matter of health alone. But in the leaders situation, it allows the leader to be seen by people he or she represents and they generally hopefully would follow suit as an elected official. I've been asked to look out for the safety and health of our community, and that's exactly what I was doing. So. Yeah. Know that's just the reality right? That's how it should be but this has become political and plyler happens to be Republican. So he got some feedback on his comment about the president. Here's what he told us about. Well I got backlash from everybody they didn't call it say I'm a Republican or Democrat. I hadn't felt on for south. Carolina. Who taught me a cuss words? A sailor has never heard before. We also ask piler why he felt the need to speak out right? Why? Why did he do it? He could have just been quiet and just rolled his eyes and been angry about it but he didn't he spoke out and he said that mash to be worn, the president should wear one. Why do you do that? It's something we have to do. No chores. And this is not the first time that plague of this time has hit this country nor will it be the last I'm sorry to say in we've had plagued across the United States. We've had things in Europe. We've had him an England China just goes around the world I just hope we can get out of this. So. reasonable. So calm collected. I want to go now to Dr Jonathan Reiner Director of the Cardiac Cath Lab at George Washington University Hospital who else would advise the white? House. Medical team under President George. W.. Bush. So you heard Dave plyler right I mean it just just just so reasonable. So clear. And and he wants the president's followers to to wear masks wants the president to wear masks you heard them. They they they scorn it. They disdain it. It comes from the top. Do you think it's possible to pandemic would be a lot less worse if the president had from day one said where mask. I think if the president had said from day one everyone is wearing a mask. We'd have got forty five thousand deaths in this country and I say that because that's extrapolating German experience they've had a middle of the road haven't been the best. They haven't been the worst they been okay in their pandemic response. And they've had about ten thousand deaths. We have four times the population of Germany. We'd have about forty, five, thousand deaths in this country. So about one hundred, fifty, thousand people would be alive if you WANNA think about why we still have forty thousand cases day and a thousand deaths today in this country is because. We're still talking about masks. It's so basic. It just seems so nefarious now that we've heard the president. Really articulately express how dangerous this virus was on February seven. He knew the route he knew he knew how lethal the virus was. He knew that this was ACM dramatic people. He understood yet he decided not to protect the people. It was a conscious decision not to protect the people even now even today. Do you think his supporters would go and be unmasked. If they knew what he knew you think Herman Cain would have gone to Tulsa. Sit there shoulder shoulder without a mask knowing what the president knew. So so you know you Dr. Fouled. She the president said that we were rounding the corner the latest in his many salvoes sang right it's going away. But that's what you just said. Doctor felt she came out today and we're not rounding the corner, right? I mean he didn't. He didn't talk around it or generally obliquely rebutted he rebutted it using word for word because he felt it was important and then he went on to say this. When you're in the middle of a pin damage and you're trying hard to address all the appropriate issues, it is truly a waste of time. The bunk nonsense but unfortunately, we had to do that. Frustration is coming through in a way I haven't seen it before. I admire the man. So much I'm he is a brilliant scientist who's devoted his life to protecting America from all kinds of horrible pathogens. And he still added and he he he he does not get discouraged. Look. It is a waste of time for him to have to deal with some this nonsense, but it's necessary. He has to debunk we rely on him. If only the the White House brought him out to these press events and had an let the press on Moss as can questions wouldn't that be refreshing? I'm grateful for him everyday
Rob Garnet One More Wave
"Welcome back to the coastal. Athlete. Program I'm your host. Shep today. We are joined by very special guests. We are joined by the record surf operations a US Navy veteran. Therapy advocate, a waterman, a good friend of Joe and be good friend of mine, because we're all part of the one more way, family, Ladies and Gentlemen, please welcome to the show Rob Garnett Rob. How're you doing? Then fantastic thanks for having me am. Champ and Danny Danny met you before but SHEP. We've talked a couple of times on the phone, so it's cool to be some of the zoom. At least on Zoom. Danny is our producer, and so he's going to be helping out doing the editing and mixing the episode down and things like that Joe is going to be joining the podcast just a minute. He was transitioning from from pork. Chop actually up to his apartment. He's coming back doing some surf therapy sessions. My guess would be out of Pendleton or something like that. As usual on Wednesdays, Joe is on the road living the mission so rob. Before. We get too deep into asking you. Questions I just have to ask when it came time to transition out of your career in the military, did you? When did you know that you wanted to get into surf therapies specifically? And when did you know that like this was going to be a special moment? I. Think when I was so I retired from the navy and two thousand fifteen and so that was kind of win Wave, actually becoming nonprofit, and so I had a couple of buddies Alex and Kyle. We can talk about later. That were trying to get going. They've been doing it kind of. guerrilla-style for before getting official, and so I kind of knew about it before retiring. And then it kind of kicked off. For ME I. I was volunteering here and there with more ways. I had some other gigs so right when I retired I started doing government contracting jobs I did that for a couple years before spending a lot more time volunteering than later coming on. As employees. So, Joe I just ask some general questions. Trying to do is cut those questions and stuff at the back, so feel free to take the lead, and you have the floor sounds it sounds like you talked a bit about something about diving for the navy and then sports. Now we're talking about why I came the navy. Sorry to repeat it, but. I came in hoping to be Navy diver. I've been a commercial diver for about six months in Galveston. Texas after drop Nettie. Collagen thought that'd be a good transition and When I tried to join the navy, they said the Dow closed and that they dove at butts that I should go try that. Sounds like a good idea and so. They had me take a job. That would allow me to go to buds. became a parachute rigger, so I went to school i. By Mos got my. Parachute rigger on. And then off to buds I, not really no one else doing. My parents were hippies so military people. No one wants to be joined. The Navy so really did not get into. So I imagine was a little bit of a surprise to show to buds. Learn what that school was or. Just just the suffer faster not quite ready for nicely. I imagine imagine that's quite interesting. SUFFER FEST! I also can imagine that doing the work that you did. Know you and I kind of a little bit of your background. I've imagine that really helps. Set you up for the mission at one more wave and getting on top of things and getting things moving. You maybe talk a little bit about that. Of maybe some things you learn from the Navy that you apply now at one more. Share just. Learned a lot towards the last couple of years at Miami my time in the service. How can help people in much really from? I've been injured several times while on active duty at spent time at the. At Naiko which I know, you're not talking about for jokes. The National Intrepid Center of Excellence Traumatic Brain Injury Clinic says Maryland runs, and so I started my treatment probably. This is probably two thousand ten zero five years before I retired, and so I have a lot of time to spend time with other folks that had had you know whether it was PGA s or All the kind of things that were happening to people are not super physical, but burying paxil sleep issues, and so I got exposed to lots of different therapies, and I just knew man. This is can't wait to spend more time doing this. And, so I was really excited because I learned all these things in the navy, but how can help other people at learned a lot about the va have across his work for compensation took care people how some days are better than others. Some states are Oracle, and and what? I didn't realize. Your percentage rate affects how you get treated to I was treated well, but I'm on a different ratings on people's. It's tough so I definitely learned a lot, you know. Early on about how to help other people do this and it really as you've seen Joe out. Watch people's faces. When you get to give him some equipment whether it's a board or a boogie board or people that have had nothing. He's got a wet suit like our friends in. Santa Cruz just the amazing transformation that happens. Not only from equipment, but from the community that step we all share the Melcher that we love. Not Picking up cigarette, butts or cleaning off the flight deck, but you know going out von and be talking a little trash, each other encouraging each other and just share. That shared experiences is powerful so. Yeah I definitely can attest that shared experience than to be fair. No ship Naidoo usually pick up cigarette butts, but easily on the beach and they drive us nuts, so that's why. It's quite funny. Were you a surfer before you've got out of the military and got with one more way? Has. Started at middle, school on off and then did it alter the teens long morning. And then took several years off and then kind of into it later on, so yes. We're always at the beaches, kids. We're always bodysurfing. Trying to collect fins like my friend Joe Against. Debbie me and my fin collecting hoarding abilities. That I have for quite
Small business loan funds are tapped out
"Marriage. It's complicated to be amazing. The the upshot is it is complicated and some unknown percentage of Americans wound up getting stimulus checks this week at the same time as some unknown percentage of small business owners wound up getting the PC checks this week. Paycheck protection plan Not all of them have gone out yet. But I'm I'm assuming that within the week nearly all of that initial three hundred and forty nine billion will go out to small business owners. It is clearly not enough and while the people who didn't get stimulus checks on mostly super annoyed about I've seen some people saying like I got some weird windfall income in twenty. At and then. That means I'm not eligible but I should be eligible any any money like there are definitely people who should be getting stimulus checks in on the real anger. I'm seeing is from small business owners who just didn't have the right banking relationships and didn't manage to get their PCP applications in and they are just furious that money has run out and they aware they can end up with nothing. Fox is that thirteen point seven percent of the P P P loans went to the construction industry versus nine point one percent of the P P P loans which one small business owner told. My colleague stands for WHO Poop Poop then to the restaurant industry? Now the construction industry so far in March Last twenty nine thousand jobs and the restaurant industry march las four hundred seventeen thousand jobs yet. The construction industry was the F. top industry beneficiary ficiary of the PP loans. Which kind of I think is a very telling way of talking about how the program was poorly structured and like Felix was saying benefited those who had the good relationships with their banks over those who probably needed the money even more. But just don't have that kind of relationship aren't as savvy about applying through the money like there are some law firms that were out there. Like drumming up interest in getting these loans and Like a franchise restaurants like. Ruth's Chris. Steak House got Twenty million dollars. Pp loans also. It's just I think was a poorly show was definitely this weird carve out so to to be eligible for the people you need to be a small businesses with fewer than five hundred employees asterisk. And then this Astra's all you can be a restaurant with any number of employees so we screw steakhouse as five thousand employees and they managed to muscle up to different subsidiaries which they decided eligible for Ppo so they got twice the maximum and people are looking at them going look. You're a publicly traded company. This money was not designed for you and that twenty million dollars could have gone to a genuine small business which really needed the cash right now. But I think that there's a little bit of a false scarcity issue is not real scarcity issue. No it's a real scarcity that's been created but doesn't need to be. I don't think the issue here is companies getting too much money. I think the issue here is that it was too small to begin with. It shouldn't have been designed in such a way to go through the banking system. It should have. I think a lot of just been very similar to how we did the personal payments. I realize it's going to be harder if it was simply done. From the IRS sending out based on like corporate taxes but at the end of the day we need firms to get money. We can allocate so much more money to this than we already are so I think arguing between firms is less the issue the issue that we just need more money to go out and I think if they haven't at three hundred forty nine billion a lot of the anger an avatar would not be that like they're talking about another two hundred and fifty which I suspect also won't be enough but I also suspect that if they add another three hundred fifty or so then it probably will be enough so I don't understand why they're trying to sort of minimize the amount of money that they're spending on this when it's obvious that it's the outcome right now is deeply unfair and you need to allow the small businesses who didn't have the right kind of banking relationships to be able to compete on an equal playing field with the ones who did. And so why a eking out these trenches why they think well we'll give you three fifty and then if that turns out to be not enough we'll give you another two fifty and if that turns out to be not enough maybe we'll give you a little bit more just allocate like a trillion dollars or something and then any money left over you can back and use for something else. I mean it seems like there's a real prejudice against there's no other way to look at it and say oh the the federal government sees small businesses completely differently than the large businesses. That are able to tap into this all this this river of bed money and be okay and then making these small businesses kind of lake. Go begging for money. The there is a big family. Which is the big river of fed money for big businesses which is a big river of money and is actually working pretty well is loans all of it needs to be paid back every penny. The small businesses are not lunged at basically grunts dressed up as loans. And for that reason. You need to. You need to raise the money from Congress. You can just magic the money out of thin from the FAD and so congress is going to be sitting there going. Who Second Nettie is going. Oh this is you know fiscal blah blah blah. And so it becomes harder. One of the things I wrote about in my news out of this week was the way that the Federal Reserve and the Treasury been working together to really maximize the amount of money that is going into the economy but the P. Program is somewhere that really the Federal Reserve. Come help much. They they have said they're going to start buying up these. Pp Lennon's banks like Wells Fargo. Who really need to get mafia balance-sheets but that super marginal really you need Congress to allocate capital in Congress is about as functional as you'd expect it to be right now. Yeah so now. We're what's emerging is really this like to tear response to this crisis where small businesses and individuals are kind of left twiddling their thumbs. Not they're not getting the money they need right away. Small businesses are GONNA go under and businesses. Thanks to the Fed even notes loans are GonNa probably be okay are going to swoop in and take over there. They're going to be the ones popping up in where the small businesses kind of failed and at the end of the day. If we ever get out of this we're just GONNA see more inequality in the US. I mean the one thing I will say though is that like this has been there is so much more aid and so much more aid more quickly this time around than we've ever seen before in it is far from perfect. And I think we're all in agreement that this should have been structured differently in should've been structured better but I like I guess I would say that. Yes you know. It is probably likely that a lot of small businesses are going to fail and that is horrible. That shouldn't be happening. And that is going to be a fault of poor response a response but like I the one thing I will say. Is You know we are just really starting to see this money coming out now so we still don't totally know what the effect is going to be one thing. The one thing that we do know is the. I've been hearing from small business on this. Who Literally said I needed that? Pp money in the first trunch. If I didn't infest ranch I have to shut down. This is the big businesses in the S. and P. Five hundred. The biggest businesses in America is basically what the S. and P. Five hundred bouncing back up thanks to all of the liquidity that the Fed is providing. I think emily is absolutely right. That it is. This is one of those periods where inequality between businesses has been massively exacerbated in the big your balance sheet the more access to capital markets and generally the Ludger. You are the better off. You are with very few exceptions and there's no question that's going to be bad for everyone right. You have more of these big businesses taking over. It means more monopolies cornering different industries. It means lower pay for people at Wieden pay disparity. I mean it's really although if you look at men here like that the companies the I mean I look. I don't disagree with you in the sense that like. I don't think it's a good thing. If we have a bunch of small businesses going under I don't think it's a good thing if we have like greater monopoly power. I completely agree with you on that. Although the one thing I will say. Is that working for a larger company. You tend to be paid better that so the idea that if you tend to be the worst if it working for smaller companies and you have a large companies. This is one of the long term trends which is absolutely clear. Is that the total employment in the S&P. Five hundred has been trending downwards for decades. And you have you know. Large company says suddenly the trillion dollar companies out. There like Microsoft have a lot of employees. But they don't have nearly as many employees as like you know. Hundred Billion dollar companies did twenty years ago. And so. Yeah if you're lucky enough to work for Microsoft that's great but that's not the source of employment. Small Business is the real place where you tens of millions of Americans need to find employment and if small business fails on mass that's going to just completely decimate the employment situation in
Everything you need to know about the 2020 race in New Hampshire today
"Voters in New Hampshire heading to the polls Tuesday despite the winner of the Iowa Iowa caucus was still not being official both Bernie Sanders and Pete Bodo judge claiming victory in Iowa the chairman of the DNC calling for a re canvassing of the caucus results because of widespread issues with the app used to collect them this is led to supporters of senator Sanders to question whether the party is trying to undermine its campaign Sanders addressing these concerns on CNN's state of the union to me what is most important I don't know anybody can debate it we ended up on the first ballot six thousand votes ahead of anybody else and after the realignment process which is a fine process we end up twenty five hundred votes ahead of male body judge when you win an election by six thousand or twenty five hundred votes from where I come from you win Italy has WBZ TV Boston globe New Hampshire tracking poll the Buddha judging Bernie Sanders remain the front runners with Sanders holding steady at twenty four percent Botha judge slipping just a bit to twenty two percent Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden or third and fourth positions warranted thirteen percent bite into ten senator any clover shar has moved in right behind by did nine percent she's moved up three points over Friday night more than four in ten voters say they still may change their minds before Tuesday the wild card Nettie New Hampshire primary is of course the independent voters that's the largest group of registered voters in New
How A Tragedy Sparked Change In MLB Ballparks
"So how can you take us back to May twenty ninth. Yeah it was. It's just a regular season game cubs astros welcome back inside minute maid park cubs in Astros. Wrap up in interleague interleague set. Those are two teams loaded with talent and at times it felt playoff light because there were some great swings in the Game Schwarzer pretty well let center and then this terrible incident involving a two year old happens happens in the fourth inning. Now more is up too bad Albert Bell Morale who's been struggling for a while and I think he was just starting to find his footing On the season he's been really good for the better part of a month. Now pulled down the left field line. I just happened to be seeing exactly what happened. That moment I followed the ball off the crack of the bat. I saw the ball strike a fan. Can you hear this scream. You saw what was really chilling was how it went silent. You hear others around them. MM screaming I heard someone call for their dad. saw man run up the stairs clutching would I believed at the time was his daughter and the rest of his family scurry up the stairs with him and it was a tough moment as a reporter to watch that it had shaken everyone in that ballpark. Once we kind of understood that a young child had been struck with the foul ball and in the immediate aftermath. What did we know about the girl who was hit? She's you know a toddler a very young baby. There was very little information given about what happened to her. There are varying reports. It's about how she was doing in the media aftermath any updates that we've seen or heard have have kind of come through secondhand information. Why that isn't isn't nobody really knows but obviously it's their right to to have that privacy and and try and deal with the situation on their own? Do you remember where she was sitting. I'd say a little little past third base just beyond the dugout and that's about where the netting ends usually most ballparks the Nettie goes above the dugout all the way down to the edge of the dugout and the line drive just got cast that knitting. And can you just describe for people who just to visualize how you're getting a ninety mile an hour fastball. And and you're fouling that off. How quickly that's getting into the stands? That's a split second. It was one of those things it was a low line drive. Nepal can be you know. Crushed it a hundred route ten miles per hour if you take your eye off of it for a split second. It's impossible to get out of the way of a ball that's heading straight for you and then if it skips off a railing if it skips off seat the best athletes when it takes a bad hop can always feel it cleanly i. I can't imagine just someone sitting in that seat is going to be able to react properly and get out of the way of that ball and so it sounds like there are a couple of moments that really stuck with you from this incident and was Albert Al.. Moore's reaction after the the play. Yeah Albert told us after the game that he followed that ball and he saw it. Strike the girl immediately. He went to the ground over for more junior. saw that line drive to the crowd and that was not a good moment. This is gonNA take a little while to regroup. Just covered his face ace with his hands. He was shaken clearly. Stay down for a while. Jason Heyward he immediately came to Albert's side and kind of consoled him soon enough Joe Madden came to his side was whispering in his ear trying to calm him down letting him know that. This isn't his fault the game stop for for me. It seemed like a very long time. It was probably just a few minutes. It seemed like a really long time. And that's rare in baseball where you just stop a game like that for ball. Eventually he was consoled he came back up to the plate play restarted and it was one pitch to and to on our moral swings and misses for strike three. It wasn't close to the plate and he just flailed at it and then headed back to the dugout and then he tries to get an update on the girl's condition a half inning later. This was another moment that really I think shook everyone. He walked over to that side of the field. Right in front of of of the stands and started started talking to some fans and they pointed to a security guard the security guard it came over to him whispered something in his ears and he started to break down crying again. We do not have any update Albert visibly shaken. Eventually we learned that the child was at least talking and and awake when they left. I think that kind of comforted Albert. He was able to fully release all that emotion and that you know very visible reaction that no more had continued through the game obviously and then to the post game press conference and he was very he was still very shaken in in the clubhouse. It's one of those moments as a reporter where it's really tough you. You know you have to talk to the guy but it's also clear that he doesn't have a lot to say he's he's still shaken by it. As a survey hit the first person I locked eyes was hurt so obviously I want that to happen an intent for that to happen the rest was kind of a blur the rest of that bat. And I'm I'm I'm speechless and lost words. All he could think about was protecting that young girl. I WANNA put a letter on the host stadium
Heres to Your New Holiday Drink: Brussels Sprouts-Flavored Gin
"This episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney new bose. Try It free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit. PBA DOT com slash B W daily the UH from wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Friday September twenty seven just. When do you think the Innovation Gurus must be running out of ideas and other one comes along. That's enough to make you shake your head and wonder who approve this. Such is the case with a new line of flavored spirits from the folks at Pickering's Gin in Edinburgh. The craziest of these new drinks will make you either head right to the liquor store or or hold your nose. Brussels sprouts flavored Jen. Yep you heard me right. Pickering's has made a gin based on what am I favored veggies. The Brussels flavored Jin is for the holiday season and we'll be sold in six packs of clear Christmas ornaments. According to the industry publication food dive each ornament it will hold about a shot of gin once you down it. You can hang that ornament on your tree or not pickering's was appropriately self deprecating almost almost sheepish in this statement released about the new spirit we know it sounds bonkers they said but the humbled sprout delivers a pleasantly sweet slightly. Nettie Jen Perfect for mixing they posted on their website but if the idea of mixing gin with the trendiest of cruciferous veggies just isn't your cup of tea well pickering's knows that to they'll also offer jenn spiked with cranberry spiced pear and cinnamon and plumbing ginger all in ornaments of course beyond the fact that the weirdness was enough to catch the eye of many editors face it we laughed what's up all the concept is part of a trend by Jean makers just to add plant-based flavors to their concoctions in an effort to persuade non gin drinkers that the juniper spirit is worth their while and you know it's. Working Fortune magazine reports that worldwide Jin sales rose eight percent from twenty seventeen to last year as people sipped on varieties tinted with rose citrus citrus grapefruit even rhubarb and Basil Not Kidding inspiring these editions the intensely crowded Jin Space. It's hard to stand out when the number of finalists in the best Scottish Jen competition numbers more than sixty companies in almost one hundred twenty Jin's and that doesn't even take into account count Jen's from around the world including the old British giant beefeater that company alone sold almost three million cases of Jin last year so so how does a start up break through the noise with attention getting innovations if you're marcus pickering and Mat Gamel two friends who launched pickering's things in a former dog Kennel and twenty thirteen and followed up by refurbishing an old fire engine to dispense cocktails through its hoses of course they did but Brussel Al- sprouts Brussels sprouts according to one survey by Catcher brand hinds. We don't know why they are the single most hated vegetable in America but pickering's is Scottish. You say while their neighboring Brits put the sprouts at the top of their most detested list to now he was truly yeah. I loved them roasted. Maybe with some garlic in balsamic vinegar or Bacon for the last few years. They've been huge on restaurant menus. That's apparently because like pickering's brings. Restaurateurs also get that yes. There are a lot of haters out there but the people who love Brussel sprouts are passionate about these little tiny cabbages this Christmas Christmas pickering's will discover who loves who hates and how many of these Christmas ornaments they'll be able to in low cell. It's from Wendy. This is business Wednesday. This week's episodes were written edited and produced by Lane Appleton edited and produced by Emma Portland. Our executive producer is Marshall gained by or not Lopez for wondering I'm David Brown and we'll see you next week. This episode is brought to you by Centro online from Pitney Bowes Shipping and mailing from your desk has never been simpler than with sent pro online from pitney bowes with with simple online is just click sand and save for as low as four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars and ninety nine cents a month. Send envelopes flats and packages right from your. Pc and you are back to business in no time. Try It for free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale but only only when you visit P B dot com slash B._w. Daily that's P._B. Dot Com slash B W daily.
Howard and Robin Sing 'Baby Hold On' With Eddie Money and Dee Snider in 1987
"Guys dug it up Eddie Money Dee Snider of twisted sister Robin New and me. We were seeing a baby hold onto to me really was there because he hit all week you and is ridiculous. I don't know Eddie was singing. I guess I don't know what was going on but D- was swinging and to me that's Eddie yeah well. We will be will be the future. The jury is is. Is that the future when you're Zuni. Oh ooh navigable leaving now believe in right now. I gotTa let you go go to Nettie liked it. Wendy saying thank goodness for D. Yeah yeah whatever will be will be leading money here. The future is a city when you.
Michael Avenatti charged with stealing $300,000 from Stormy Daniels
"Well, the darling of the left. Yeah. The darling of CNN the darling of MSNBC for such a long time. Mr. bombshell, Mr. bombshell, celebrity attorney, Mike, Evan Eddie was indicted by federal prosecutors Wednesday. Four stealing the identity. Of his former client stormy Daniels in order to claim more than three hundred thousand she was old for a tell all book about her efforts to expose President Trump. There's from national review in the indictment prosecutors for the southern district of New York accused Evans of four, gene, Daniel signature on a letter instructing her literary agent to wire her book, advance money to an account that he controlled. Daniels an adult film star born Stephanie Clifford is not identified by name by the time line and other details laid out in the document make clear. She is the client in question. The literary agent than wired one hundred and forty eight thousand dollars to the account. Whichever Nettie promptly began spending for zone purposes including on airfare hotels, car services restaurants in meal, delivery, online retailers payroll for his law firm and another business, he owned and insurance, the indictment reads. Just so, you know, the darling of CNN and MSNBC. Yeah. Couldn't get enough of his
Direct to Consumer Genetic testing isn't ready for prime time
"Direct to consumer laboratory testing makes the practice of medicine difficult and creates confusion, this is Dr Michael Wilks with a second opinion, while there are many companies that provide the public with various types of genetic tests, only if you do so without physician approval twenty three and me is the biggest one to provide information without physician involvement as reported recently in the annals of internal medicine in twenty thirteen the FDA issued a cease and desist order to several genetic companies over what they called deceptive advertising, the debate has gone back and forth and twenty three and me is again allowed to market several genetic tests to the public but still the test reports are misleading expensive, and I feel that they take advantage of what most people would consider confidential information. Yes, consumers are asked to. Signed two documents each about twenty pages. But to no surprise, my patients report that they don't read the documents, and they find them confusing. If the patient's read them the documents awhile, the company to collect personal information and test results and then sell them to third parties like pharmaceutical companies, meaning is a forty year old woman, and she decided to get tested after her grandmother who was Eighty-eight developed breast cancer. She and I met and we talked about Nettie testing, given her very low risk of genetic form of breast cancer. We decided she should not get tested. But the thought that she might have a genetic mutation called BRCA kept her awake at night. So she ordered the test online without discussing it with me when the test came back negative. She again began to sleep well at night. But what she didn't know is that. They're over a thousand known mutations that can cause breast cancer, and there are probably thousands. We don't know about yet. She was only tested for a few. In fact, most women who develop breast cancer. There is never a gene identified the testing also reported that she carried a gene variant that was associated with Alzheimer's disease. But she was confused because nobody in her family had ever had Alzheimer's disease in this case. The problem is that the gene variant is associated with Alzheimer's disease. But it doesn't cause it. It is a little like saying that wearing sunglasses is associated with eating ice cream. Clearly, neither one causes. The other these direct to consumer genetic tests are not diagnostic other times imitation. Say for Alzheimer's disease is only mildly predictive because they mutation. It's. Self is influenced by so many other factors like lifestyle and diet and other genes a physician or mid level provider is far better able to discuss actual risks. Once they asked detailed questions about family and medical history is also where genetic counselors can be enormously helpful this is their area of expertise. There really is no place for direct to consumer for profit companies who benefit by pushing tasks to an unknowing public. This is Dr Michael Wilks with a second opinion.
Aramco Hype Meets Reality as Bonds Drop After Unprecedented Sale
"High would you describe the movement in around coz bonds is it a faded move or slump? Well, if you look at the prices all all the five maturity's during lower than new issue price and have one investor see that these may not have been the best way to start a bond market relations stopgap amok, its relationship bond investors. So some investors. Disappointed and why did once fall? Well, demean reason is because they were too expensive because of the strong demand diminished a price the deal at yields double-o it into sovereign. And so when you like the recent self-insurance theories that around coast vaughn's phone vol. And also some of the investors actually inflicted on in hopes of catching slice of crowded deal. And because some of them actually ended up getting more than what they want it. So they were selling these success holdings democracy on the other hand some to totemic difference folios. So they ended up selling points as well. Nettie Tracy Alloway here in Hong Kong. It's good to see you this morning. I gotta ask what is the outlook for around co pans going forward you've got supposedly eight billion dollars worth of pent up demand. Is this going to be a good time for those investors who are locked out of the initial sale to actually come in and buy. Investors, if you speak to investors, you know, it's a very missed because it depends on whether you're comparing co-sponsors with the sovereign or Pia such as EP a few compare around close bonds with BP's and BP has a rating of eighty one as well from Moody's just like Ramco around whose bonds to offer you'll pick up, but Durham any reasons why investors want to compare co-sponsor a sovereign because of the interlinkages between two sovereign and the company you look at the bought members about half of them aren't government officials, and yet, you know, to quasi sovereign is trading at heels are lower than the sovereign debt, quite
What are the potential health benefits of gene editing?
"Last year. A Chinese scientists shocked the world by disclosing hit created the world's first gene, edited babies, and John Ahuja talks to Robin level badge a developmental biologist geneticist about the controversy and about the potential for easy to use gene editing, tools such as crisper Cas nine to revolutionize diagnostics, drug discovery and the treatment of disease. Everybody has become very familiar with the story of the gene edited babies that came out from China last year. So these were apparently, the world's first genetic babies created it really triggered a scandal. Do we know what's happened to the scientist and author the twin baby girls that have been born? We know nothing new particularly drunk you. Hey, all vote voters JK is currently in Shenzhen where here's university is. I think he's in a an apartment owned by the university and the stories in the Chinese press that the gods. What we don't know who those gods are whether the university outs police, whoever they are. We don't know whether he's under house arrest or whether he's free to move around. He actually emailed me and said, he's all. Fine. So the impression is I think he's trying to give me that he's not under arrest. So the goals may be that to protect him because I know he was receiving threats during the become fronts that we had last hole. I can say he's fine. About the welfare of the twin girls. Lulu a Nana be concern. We know nothing about that. Jake himself was very keen to stress that that privacy should be maintained that they should be protected and density, not known on. We'll this likewise their parents. There is an investigation being launched in China by the ministries of sciences on administrative health. They presumably will want to find out whether what he's claimed to have done is actually the case. And so they would need to take DNA samples from the two babies, and the parents, but I hope they do it in a sensitive way. These are just two little babies. They should be cheated just as that and not subject to anything bad at all. They have novel mutations in this, gene L five, which is known in some cases to confer protection, it mutations in that gene can confer protection against HIV. And that was the rationale behind the work. But Jake I did was to try and make these children immune if you like to HIV because having trophy in China of even being a member of a family where one of the family members house HIV as in this case, it's cheap very badly. Families the stigmatized the children wouldn't be allowed to play with other children simply because of that for example. So that also sized about another reason why the density needs to be protected because of that situation too. But we hope is that they will teach it to normal little girls. And that's it. They have mutations in the gene that novel mutations because of the way he did the dean of editing quite poorly. We have no idea what those mutations will do but all of us have mutations. Every new generation that forty two eighteen you mutations in genome. So just treat them like normal children. Keep a watching eye on them. See what happens say watch this space on the genus babies story. But of course, may scientists involved in genome editing, as you prefer to call it on not involved in trying to change the course of human evily Shen by creating these genetic mutations or changes that will then be passed on down the family line, as I understand it the real excitement for genome editing is in the lab working with adult patients, perhaps with single gene disorders also excitement with drug discovery and so on so let's talk about that. Because I know that you were involved as developmental biologist in the aren- decide of things does your work focused on the creek. We have a number protecting many projects, but let me decide about one of them jeans have to pulse to them. They have the part that encodes the protein is going to do its job for it. But it also has a part but controls when and where that gene is active so normal genes, right? Even all cells over time, they all cell type specific, and they can be. Stage of development specific they can be on the active of particular time in the embryo or any adult we've been using the genome editing methods to try and understand bisect light. This regulatory region for some jeans and one in particular, cold sulks nine so soaks nine is gene that has many roles in developing embryo, but one we'd been working on for a long time as its role in sex determination. So whether you become male-female soaks nine is really critical to give rise to the development of testes particular cell type was critical for making tested so mutations in soak nine can lead to sex reversal to give ex wife female development instead of male development. But it's a really complex gene is active in many different cells. And it turns out that it has an enormous regulatory region, which is really complex and we wanted to try and dissect that say you have specific sequences you can refer to enhance or sequences where other proteins transcription factors in Toronto. With those. To tell the gene to be active or silent. And so we had fun using variety of methods number of candidate regimes run home of for soaks nine in the process of making testes we had about thirty two different candidates. We started with and we use number methods to try and reduce that number down. We came down to four but looked like they were very promising, and we use genome editing methods to inactivate each of those in enhances and turn to basically delete each of those regions of DNA intern unfound one of them, which is located very long distance away from the protein, coding Potter, gene itself. Some six hundred fifty thousand base pairs away which is big distance. When we did he should that particular in Holzer it inactivates, the, gene. So we got X Y females. So even though you have this really complex regulatory region. Spread over many millions of base pairs and stuffed full of different regulatory regions. Turns out, but just one was essential for expression in the developing gonads said that they can rise to test. What's the next female? They are crumbs Emily mail voicemails scream saying about they've developed as a female in this case in the embryos. They are indistinguishable from normal females stabbed genotype female genitally. This is women. They have the mice. Not women they develop his females in humans, of course. Yes. You would also have cases where you have extra female development. So they look female, but chromosome Yuda male. They will be infertile because the germs house of the eggs in the next female that do very well, they get lost early on. So they will be infertile. But otherwise, they look and generally behave and all female month thing, I should ask you to do been is to explain very briefly. What's crispy cast Moines editing, as can you tell us how the crisper cast nine genome editing system works, very briefly, please, okay. It relies on making breaks in the DNA usually a double strand break in the day, and to do that you have an enzyme called cows nine, but you have to have a way of getting not enzyme to the right place in the genome. And that's the guide are a component. So the RA you design it part of the irony is designed to be complementary. So to match up with the DNA sequence that you want to cut the other part of the RA guide are on a has a sequence of interacts with the cows nine enzyme protein. So when you have both together, and you crisper is not linking crisper yours. Crisper is a shorthand term for the guide our nights for the irony. The name crisper comes from origin. Bacteria is not really relevant to. Use to the guy Rene takes the Cas nine enzyme to the right part of the genome. The enzyme an cups, the DNA and processes that occur in also to repair broken deny then jump in and try and repair it now in the simplest form of technology. You just making a break in the DNA actually, Germany making a mutation in a gene, you have a process called known homogeneous end joining horrible term, but it basically just tries to stick the broken ends DNA bound together again, but often you have a little mistake made and that can be sufficient to an activator, gene. This is incredibly useful in the lab for studying gene functions say rapid and easy. Now, if you want to make them more precise alteration in the genome sequence DNA sequence on that can be anything from a single letter up too, many many thousands of letters of code then you have to use a different DNA repair mechanism cold Hamasi directed repair. This requires a third. Component to be introduced to the time time, which we confined to his DNA template. So this has to pulse. Each end. You have a bit of DNA, but complementaries of that's the same as the gene in which you want to talk it. And then in the middle. You have a sequence that you want to replace the one that's in our ready with and if you have those three components together. Now, the cows names aren't the guide our day on the DNA template the direction repair mechanism will not work, and it will substitute. What was in old template into the gene it is quite an incredible technology in it? There's a third method which I wanted to tell you about which is really exciting, which is cold base editing. Now, this allows you to change one base pair one letter if you like in the code, but it works without making a double strand, cutting the DNA, it changes chemically if you like one letter to another then it's partner also then has to change. Change. Otherwise, you have a little loop in the DNA, and that relies on a different type of DNA repair maximum to do a little bit. But given that about half of single, gene disorders or calls. In fact, by single base pair changes mutations in the DNA, this new methods looks really promising because it doesn't come with the baggage that some of the other methods have of creating unwanted mutations. So you get just what you want. So it could well be about safer method at least when you're dealing with single based mutation. Tell me how genome editing is being used in the lab, and perhaps with patients, it's really exploded. In basic research. The use of genome entertain particular the crisp cows nine methodology, it's very easy to use. That's one reason relatively inexpensive to use. But it's just so powerful and it's a rapid. So we've had ways of altering genes in cells in coach. Uh-huh. Or in model animals that we use for research like mice methods to alter genes in many years for decades, but they will always very inefficient very slow to make a mouse carrying specific mutation in a particular, gene, it really used to take well over a year to do that we cannot do it in the motto of a couple of months. So it rapidly speeds up the way that we can do research to study the role of specific genes or pulse of genes during development in my case or for physiology over brain function, or in cancer, it's really speeded up things enormously and made it cheaper in terms of things like the possibility of using genome editing to treat patients who already have a genetic disease or council something like this again, that's really looking incredibly exciting. We've had some somebody, gene therapy. Also for decades, just explain what semitic therapies somatic cells are. Basically any sewn in the body apart from the jumps health germ cells being themselves who are going to give rise to sperm or eggs that would allow any genetic changed repulsed on to subsequent generations. So a typical somebody will be a skin owl muscle tell or bone cell brain zone. So there are whole ranger Nettie disease is that can compromise. The ability of particular cells to function or the politics function things that the blood'll sickle cell disease will be catalyse Mia, you have disease like cystic fibrosis or muscular dystrophy affect lungs muscles opticians, in many cases, these G two single mutations Chinga, gene. It's affected by small mutation affecting that, gene. So the genome editing methods can be used to correct, gene defects, or in some cases, find ways around of getting another gene to become active to replace the gene that's not working. There are now probably around twenty or so clinical trials that had been launched. Using the female amenity methods to try and treat individuals who have think disease of this soaks. I'm single, gene defects.
U.S. Will Send Migrants Back to Mexico as They Wait on Asylum Claims
"Into Russian election interference in connection with his dealings with former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort, the Justice department has charged to Chinese nationals and a worldwide twelve year hacking campaign that included the US government and military targets. The hackers are said to be part of a network connected to Chinese intelligence and successful. Penetrated multiple government agencies. The US attorney's office in New York NASA and the navy among others. The personal information of more than one hundred thousand navy personnel was reportedly stolen in the cyber attack in California. Yemeni mother shaima sweeter has reunited with her dying two year old son after being granted a State Department waiver from President Trump's travel ban earlier this week the toddler of Dula son is an Oakland children's hospital with a rare brain disease both of Dila and his father Ali are US citizens. But the mother shaima sweat is a Yemeni citizen living in Egypt. Yemen is one of the five majority Muslim countries who citizens are barred from entering the US under Trump's executive order. This is a turning, but non electro speaking swill landed at the San Francisco airport. Let's be clear. Issuance of her visa this week was not an act of kindness on their part. The embassy and department of state had a legal obligation to adjudicate shame as waiver request within a reasonable amount of time, and they failed on that obligation. The result of that failure is that a giant two year old boy has suffered for the last two months without his mother by his side. Where it has acquitted forty NGO workers, including citizens from the US and other countries after a retrial of a case dating back to two thousand thirteen when forty three people were arrested and convicted of illegally using foreign funds to stir up position to the former military government, many of the foreign defendants, including fifteen Americans left Egypt after posting bail in two thousand thirteen and were sentenced in -centia at Christmas address at the Vatican today. Pope Francis pledged the Catholic church will never again, cover up sexual abuse and said, clergy members who are guilty of sexually abusing children should turn themselves in he added they should quote prepare for divine Justice, unquote. The Catholic church has been rocked by the ongoing sexual abuse crisis over the past year, which reached all the way to pope Francis. In a circle with two cardinals last week being removed as his close advisors and third stepping down. Top members of the clergy were expelled or resign. Signed in countries around the world in may every Bishop and Chile offered their resignation as the scandal exploded, they're here in the US, Pennsylvania. Grand jury investigation revealed systematic widespread sexual abuse in the church. The Justice department has opened investigations into several diocese around the country in Britain Gatwick airport has started to resume flights after drone sightings on Wednesday and Thursday shutdown service for over a day causing passenger chaos says flights were cancelled postponed or rerouted authorities say they still don't know who's beyond who is behind the unmanned aerial drones. In environmental news, Washington DC city. Lawmakers voted unanimously on clean energy Bill mandating hundred percent renewable electricity by twenty thirty to the legislation. Also requires public transportation and fleet vehicles achieves zero carbon emissions by twenty forty five. The mandate would apply to government buildings in the capital, including the White House. The Trump administration's been blasted by environmental groups for feverishly rolling back emissions limits and other environmental regulations, and in France, foreign vire, mental groups are planning possible legal action against the government for failing to affectively respond to climate change. This is the director of Greenpeace France wheel, issuing go. Complained to the French because we think that the French on doesn't do enough to climate change, though, is this is why we are trying to to shoot the French government who to to ensure that they can ramp them mission in terms of fighting climate change, which is not the situation right now. That's young Francois's. You'll ers over one point two million people had signed an online petition as Friday morning and support of illegal action. The government of France president Emmanuel Macron has come under fire before for its response to the climate crisis. And August, the French environment minister Nicolotte low resigned live on a radio show due to the country's failure to adequately address climate change another environmental threats, he said, and those are some of the headlines assist democracy now democracy now dot org. The Warren peace report, I made me good. Then we begin today's show looking at secretary of defense, James. Madness. Who's announced he's resigning at the end of February while publicly rebuking, President Trump's foreign policy matters resigned. One day after President Trump ordered the withdrawal of all two thousand US troops from Syria and on the same day reports emerged that Trump has ordered the withdrawal of about seven thousand troops from Afghanistan. That's about half the current US force there it is resignation letter General Mattis, four star, general and -plicitly criticized President Trump's foreign policy. He wrote my views on treating allies with respect and also being clear eyed about both malign actors strategic competitors are strongly held informed by over four decades of immersion in these issues. We must do everything possible to advance and international order that is most conducive to our security prosperity in values, and we are strengthened in this effort by the solidarity of our alliances unquote, Madison onto say because you have the right to have a secretary of defense whose views are better. Aligned with yours on these and other subjects I believe. It's right for me to step down from my position. He said in the letter Madison, not make a direct reference to Syria, but he did call out Russia and China the New York Times reports Madison's the first prominent cabinet member to resign in protest over a national security issue in almost forty years. Much of the Washington establishment express shock over Madison's resignation democratic Senator Mark Warner Virginia said quote. This is scary secretary Mattis has been an island of stability. Amidst. The chaos of the Trump administration Republican Senator Mark Rubio, Florida responded to Madison's resignation saying it makes it abundantly clear that we're headed towards a series of grave policy errors, which will endanger our nation damage our alliances and empower our adversaries unquote prior to his time at the Pentagon. Madison served as head of US central. Command supreme allied commander of NATO in two thousand four lead the US marine attack on the Iraqi city of flu in may of two thousand four he ordered an attack on a wedding party near Syria. Forty-two civilians were reportedly killed including thirteen children. We turn now to Andrew base of it show, retired Colonel in Vietnam war veteran, he's the author of several books, including his latest twilight of the American century. His other books include America's war for the greater Middle East military history in Washington rules, America's path to permanent war. He's professor emeritus of international relations and history at Boston University. He also lost his son in Iraq, professor engine base of each welcome back to democracy. Now, if you could I respond to the resignation of the secretary of defense, and then if this were President Obama, and he was announcing the. Pullout of troops from Syria and half the force from Afghanistan. Wouldn't the peace movement be celebrating? What is your response? This is an interesting situation. I have to think that Trump must have expected that this abrupt announcement of withdrawal from Syria would lead to Mattis's of resignation in it probably something that Trump welcomes. There's no question that Mattis has been an obstacle to Trump's efforts to reorient US policy particularly policy in the Middle East. No medicines letter of resignation that you quote, it when he talked about his four decades of a gauge -ment with these matters is very telling he represents the establishments perspective that has involved over the course of those for decades. And for anyone says looks at you as policy over the past four decades. Particularly in the Middle East and says, yeah, it's really going. Well, then then I would think that they would you Madison's resignation as as a disappointment. Now when Trump ran for the presidency, he denounced our wars in the Middle East. He promised to withdraw militarily from the Middle East two years into his presidency. That hasn't happened in many respects Madison's been among those who frustrated the president's efforts. He's the commander of chief. Nettie seems not to be able to get things done. So here he is acting as the commander cheese now, I'm in the camp, the thanks that we ought to wind down these wars. We got more important things to do. My only problem with Trump's decision is like so many of Trump's decisions it's done impetuously overnight. Not having been thought through not having been coordinated. Yes, let's get out of Syria. But that doesn't mean leash. Should have a policy with respect to the civil war in Syria. I think that the way Trump is approaching this thing, we don't have any policy, and that's going to be a problem. Ghia think there's a connection to the murder of Jamaica show Chan let let me explain you have the CIA saying, they believe that the crown prince of Saudi Arabia was responsible for his death and dismemberment and in stumble in Saudi consulate so you then have President Trump dealing with air doin-. And apparently this week they had a conversation. There's this threat of air doin that he's going to go after the Kurds. These are the US allies the Kurds soldiers in Syria and Trump perhaps aired one knows something more about the murder certainly has been releasing information that looks that makes the Trump administration. Very bad and their supported the crown prince also Jared Kushner, a Senate lost so close to an advising the crown prince and dealing with this murder. That aired one says we're gonna Tak the courage. You gotta stop being there and protecting them. And so Trump says he's pulling out.
Marvel Comics Universe & March 2019 Solicitations Spoilers
"So, you know, the new comics that come in March twenty nineteen are going to be fully revealed really soon. So we're starting to see some of the news come out about that include ING, you know, our top news of the week. But there's more. There's even more Spiderman life story is this really RAD series. I've been hearing about internally for a good long while it's by chips at our ski and artist Mark Bagley. And it's essentially a real time look at what Peter Parker's life would have been like from getting bitten by the radioactive spider in nineteen sixty two in on through the decades. So like by the tennis comes up fifty seven years later what happens to him to the world. It's gonna be super cool. We have a new series coming in March called domino. Hotshots spy writer Gail Simone artists. David body on the awesome team. Who's been doing the domino book that I absolutely love? If you've not read the domino book at believe shoes are on marvel unlimited. First collection is probably at right now. It is terrific hotshots is basically all the great stuff that we've been seeing with domino. And with sporting cast outlaw and diamondback. It just making a bigger domino led team book with black. Widow white FOX who is a really neat character. Some of our marble games listeners will know of she's been in moral future fight, and she's really really need a love the design for her and a character called atlas bear who. I think is a new character. But it's a character called atlas bear I'm very into this. You got murk action spy action adventure action action action. So hype for this another book on the way, it is called cosmic ghostwriter destroys marvel history by writers, Paul Scheer and Nick g-o-v Nettie an artist Geraldo Sunday divall, and it's cosmic ghostwriter stuck in the past messing up the universe by really funny, dude. I am one thousand percent into this. It's going to be really great. You'll see lots more, marvel comics. News from arch coming in the next couple of days really
Trump, Genoa and Heather Nauert discussed on PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman
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Stormy Daniels' husband sues her for divorce in Texas
"Who would have guessed that this could have happened husband of adult film. Performer stormy Daniels seeks, divorce, who who I mean I I meet, stormy Daniels. Apparently getting divorced I could could you believe. I am just absolutely stunned I thought that. Marriage is gonna last forever. I just I. Just. It it gets better okay so stormy Daniels. Real name is Stephanie Clifford she's married to. A guy named Glendon Crain you should see. The picture of this guy he's also a pornographic film actor so that. They met in the business this is. Apparently like an office romance he files a divorce petition last week in Texas seeking child support and, custody of their their daughter the grounds he. Is alleging for divorce adultery Adult now I just I raised this question if you make your living having sex on camera I. Mean isn't it a perpetual state of adultery I. Mean really, it's kinda if that's what you. Do for, a living yeah how was your day Honeywell I had sex with seven guys on camera I mean you kike. Be sued for adultery. I mean I just raise I raise. These questions who would have thought that this marriage. Would have, would have broken up it gets better There's more, it gets better okay now, I, have, described Stephanie Clifford stormy Daniels and her and her attorney as being the two greatest self promoter, since, Barnum, and, Bailey right so as. Soon as, the husband, files the petition for divorce alleging adultery and it's. Kinda I how how can you do that, but regardless the lawyer decides to you. Know way, and, Evan Nettie character Michael Evan who the two most dangerous. Places. In the United States to? Be right now between stormy Daniels Michael Evan. Eddie and, a TV camera I mean look. Out you're, going to get run over and get injured so as soon as they filed this avenue Nettie takes to Twitter. And says that MS Clifford kindly asks for privacy for, the sake of her family okay now I I really the, word ironic does not even begin to describe this this is a. Stormy Daniels the concept of stormy Daniels and privacy is completely and totally alien this woman, who if there is an opportunity to get her face on. A TV camera she, will be flying, halfway around the country to. Do it but now she wants she wants privacy that's according to the attorney, it gets even. Better two hours after he comes out, and says on Twitter. She wants, privacy she comes out on Twitter. And says I don't want privacy she's like. I don't want. Or need privacy I want, truth, that, will, all come. Out I'm not afraid? So it's kind of like hey hey lawyer Evan Eddie what do you mean don't you understand my whole gig is based on getting my. Name in the news and this is just the latest way to do it I don't what privacy who cares. About. This Who would have figured that you know Stormy Daniels the love affair To, pornographic film actor and actresses they get married and in it, it kinda ends Well who, you know you just never know the love birds immune it's next thing you know you're going to be finding. That like the prince and the Princess got divorced now maybe not quite. All right we start to show like we start..
Here Are the Best (and Worst) States to Retire
"For july nineteenth at four pm on the third floor of the quackenbush building in troy new york state being called the worst place in the country to retire sara lee kessler has the details billy joel may be high end new york but a new bankratecom study says the empire state is the absolute worst place in the country to retire followed by new mexico in maryland which tied for second worst the study looked at factors like cost of living crime rate taxes weather cultural vitality quality of healthcare and wellbeing and it says south dakota is the best place to retire followed by utah idaho new hampshire and florida sara lee kessler newsradio eight ten and one zero three one wg y new fire chief for the city of albany mayor sheen appointing deputy fire chief joseph gregory as the new chief gregory takes over as chief on july twenty ninth he'll succeed worn abriel who announced his retirement last month after forty six years on the albany fire department already common council has forty five days to either confirm or reject the appointment if the council takes no action the appointment is confirmed north greenbush police investigating what they are calling a possible abduction reports last night of a suspicious malema vehicle in the snyder's lake area twelve year old girl said she was walking in the lake meadows neighborhood about eight forty five pm said she was approached by a man in a grey car so the man attempted to lure into the car but she ran away car was last seen on geyser road description of the car a dark grey sedan possibly a honda with what is being described as a bad paint job adult film star stripper stormy daniels won't face any charges in ohio daniels attorney michael nettie said misdemeanor charges of illegally touching a patron or dismissed today she was accused of allowing customers to touch her during a routine at a columbus strip club last night which is against ohio law daniel said she had an affair with president trump back in two thousand six and was paid one hundred thirty thousand dollars to keep quiet about it on wall street just before the close all positive numbers dow up two hundred twenty three points nasdaq up one.
'Bachelor in Paradise' stars Ashley Iaconetti and Jared Haibon are engaged
"To the tpc twin cities in blaine it'll be for a new fedex cup season events starting next summer so we're going to getting nice golf game here right in the twin cities very exciting news just announced this morning ashleigh i could nettie and jared haibin from the bachelor in paradise well it was announced this morning they are engaged the news was confirmed of hyman getting down on one knee and according to people the reality star pop the question in mexico during the upcoming fifth season of bachelor in paradise so looks like we got stay tuned for that and it looks like ted cruz and jimmy kimmel ara trending they played a little basketball game it was called the blob fish basketball classic and it looked like a ted cruz beat jimmy kimmel eleven to nine in a two hour one on one match that they agreed to abbreviate over the weekend at texas southern university neither appeared cable reaching the fifteen points needed to win so very exciting news that's what's trending mytalk right now and now taking a look at your channel five news weather forecast for today a lot cooler than the weekend high of seventy five low of sixty two with some late rain and then tomorrow mostly cloudy high seventy eight low of sixty three currently it's sixty eight degrees and we've got some isolated showers and thunderstorms here at mytalk now you know what we now see more at mytalk one zero seven one dot com.
Police: Boy, 3, accidentally shot 9-year-old cousin in Chicago
"In the morning it's time for wgn news this is chicago's very own seven twenty wgn chicago and wgnradiocom if you're us if you have a smart speaker just say play wgn radio on tuna that's different smells smartalec different it's as if you have a smart speaker lau i'm i'm a smart very smart i'm a very smart slip fielder let's see if this works play wgn on in hello there they soothe roger malik what like hitler fica i wanna one in the morning it's time for the news with roger badische and several cheer right now at o'hare is thirty one under mostly cloudy skies after being shot and killed allegedly by their son in his college dorm room last week funeral services were held yesterday for james davis and his wife diver of plainfield going home to being which is also a celebrating it is not a sad occasion is a home go on the couple was killed last week on the campus of central michigan university police say are nineteen year old son james eric davis jr shot his parents with his father's gun in his campus dorm room cmu police say they took davis junior to the hospital the day before the shooting because he was behaving erratically officers believe he may have been on drugs in broad view courtney goose men wgn news shrouded lucelia three year old boy accidentally shot his cousin in the arm yesterday of a home in the thirty three hundred block was fulton in east garfield tammy james is a neighbor fa like i say he the guy goes i should be leaked locked up secure relatives drove a nineyearold girl rush university medical center she was transferred destroyed hospital where she reported in good condition steve bannon former white house chief strategist made a speech to the nationalist anti immigrant national front political party in the northern french city of lille more from abc's chuck secrets on steve bannon defended his controversial views to a friendly audience let them call you racist lesson it listed was epi let them call you xenophobes who men as it is a positive let him call you nativist unless feliz epi nettie this where it as a badge of honour losses to emmanuel macron in the french presidential race aside history is on.