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Nigel Gardiner Weighs in on Biden's Removal of Churchill Bust
"Joining me right now for more on Biden's overseas trip and importantly on this old coronation event and how this thing is going down because the scuttle is Meghan Markle's not going to go. I'm sure the royals are gravely disappointed over that one. Anyway, joining me right now, Niall Gardner. So Obama took down the Churchill bust. I remember that. That was like a big international incident. And then that's something that Trump put back, and then this is getting kind of repetitive. It's like revolving door, with Churchill there. And then Biden comes into office he takes it down again. What kind of effect does that have on the British people and the British government? Well, I think it sends a very insulting message to the British people after all Churchill is a greatly loved figure in the UK is also very much loved in the United States as well. So it sounds completely the wrong signal, a very negative message. And that was day one of the Biden presidency. So an incredibly bad move by Biden sneering arrogant and hugely dismissive, of course, towards America's closest friend and ally. Understandable. So we're now in a situation where Joe Biden has made it clear. He doesn't really value the UK, his historic ally, over say France, or Germany, it kind of reminds me of what's going on with Saudi Arabia. Is that a fair comparison in any way? I think that Biden's treatment of Israel has been also very dismissive actually. And Israel and the UK are incredibly important allies for the United States and Biden has treated both with real contempt just as Obama did before him. And I would say that Biden is alienating America's closest friends and allies on the international stage. It's an extremely destructive path forward.
"niall" Discussed on Fore Play
"With him now, PGA Tour two K 23, go buy it now. So since we last had you on the show, you were beamed into 200 and 40 million households. Via the Netflix machine. It's a crazy number. It's a crazy number. How do you feel they portrayed you and have you noticed an uptick in whether it's people following you on social media or people following a golf tournament? It's been pretty epic. Like my parents came out last week to Austin and the amount of people that were just yelling like full swing or like Netflix, it's just unreal. Week to week way more than I thought. I knew Netflix was a big deal and all that, but I just didn't think you would like so many non golfers follow me now and like the amount of recognition that it's gotten is awesome and that's a big shout out to the producers and everyone behind this, but yeah, it's especially my family. My family got the spotlight and I'm very thankful for your dad. My parents, your dad came across so well in the show and I watched the episode before I came here to sort of prep and he said something and I was talking to my brother and my brother has three kids and they're starting to play sports and you have to kind of think about how you're going to approach that. Because obviously there's all these horror stories about people going too far and the kid gets burnt out. Yeah. Your dad said, you know, from a young age, I think it was after you won junior world as like a two year old. That I knew I knew the kid was special. But I knew the kid was special and I knew I had to do everything that I could to help him. It wasn't like for me, this was like, this kid has a gift and it's my job to shepherd him through it.
"niall" Discussed on Fore Play
"Speak on the show about going to a big tournament this week that I'm probably more excited about to go into an experience than anything I've been to in a long, long, long time. End of the day, going to events is really what makes life worth living. I went to my arena. Last weekend for the first time. Wow. Watch an Arizona coyotes versus the Dallas stars game. I went with our friend colt nosed. I was able to use game time to get fantastic tickets in there. It's not easy to get tickets in there because they only got four or 5000 people packed in amazing environment. You're living if you go out to an event. I do think, you know, post pandemic, it's something people are pre-pandemic, I should say, took for granted. And then when you take it away, it's like, oh, I want to go see my favorite band or my favorite singer or my favorite hockey team. On this show. And he's got 70 million social followers, not including TikTok. How many I have on TikTok? So think about how hard it is to get a ticket to that guy show. A lot of people who want to go to those shows. It's endless. So you may miss the first drop, but then that secondary market, if you really want to go, game time is the place to find it. It's the lowest priced tickets that you're going to find. In comparison to all the competition, you have to do it. I'm telling you right now, that's like they're guaranteed that it's going to be the lowest price. So you want to go see Niall, you're going to go on game time. 5.6 million. So almost 80 million followers just on three platforms. And all those people want to see him live. So do I. I'm going to use game time to do it. They're the official ticketing partner of barstool sports.
"niall" Discussed on Fore Play
"Just the whole, it's a gives you the same feeling as this place when you see the chorus for the first time in the streets around the Clubhouse, the RNA Clubhouse in the ocean and some of the holes is just 17 over the hotel. Oh my God. 18 off the hill. When you're out in the thick of the course though, it's just, you're kind of by yourself, right? Like when we went there to go obviously for the open last year, I was surprised at how much the vibe change is just like after like the second hole. It's crazy because it's what the Jack Nicholas used to say, it's like the only course in the world that goes out heads completely out of town and come straight back in to like the front line goes out in a straight line. Just think it's pure laziness. I remember getting there going Jesus. We're only on 6 knackered. But yeah. Yeah, golf has given me so many great experiences. Things like that, things like this, just it's not it's great for the game, how big somebody like you be in this integral. It's just fantastic for you. I hope so. How much attention do you go into the women's amateur and provide a show for them? And I know that obviously we lacked about like, oh, everybody's going to take a yes from. We've got some astronauts. You're busy, you're ready to go on global tours, get ready to release an album. You got 30 plus million followers on Instagram and then you're just kind of showcasing golf. I don't think you understand how impactful that is for golf too. Because you're young and cool. Thanks very much. It's really cool. It's allows me to combine the passion with my music and my older passion. It's a really cool thing to be able to do, I guess. And be able to try and get, as you said, my following is what?
"niall" Discussed on Fore Play
"So it's exciting. Yeah, very exciting. Let's be very busy. About to be very visible. Very good golfer. Yeah. Let's play a lot, guys next year. What a description of your upcoming plans. Festivals across the summer in Europe and next year I'm touring globally. That's great. She has a mega star. That's great. My body's like, where am I able to go to the Lake next? Summer. In July 1 weekend. So good. Oh God, that's crazy. When it comes to music, you're upbringing into this world. Obviously, one direction. Now you go on to do your own thing. Was there a struggle to find your own voice in the beginning of this? Find your own sound? No, I think I was kind of known as the guy who wrote a bit and picked up an acoustic guitar quite naturally. So when I made my first record, I was kind of the place I went to. Yeah, you're always trying to I'm always trying to experiment a little bit, but you still trying to keep it me for what people know me for, I suppose. But yeah, when I started to write my first stuff, I just kind of sat down with the guitar and played what would naturally come out. And that came out was like a singer songwriter folky Irish kind of deal. But yeah, it was obviously a strange transition. You know, like being on stage and looking around, but there's less people there. We like Trent sat here doing the podcast in his own. You know what I mean? People love that. No, that would love that. Let's do that next week. I don't know about that. Come on. Solo Trent. You nailed it. All right, I'll do it, yeah. You're giving me the confidence to I think you should. Okay. Best part is I think the numbers would be through the roof.
"niall" Discussed on Fore Play
"We talk fairly often, and he's obviously in Florida a lot. Or on the road, and I'm kind of either LA or London and the road either. So yeah, it talks pretty regular. He's one of our favorites. Every interaction we ever had with him. He's just, he's better than advertising. He's advertising incredibly well. He's just a nice, really nice fella. Oh, his husband never changed the mother. This madness, like he's probably the, you know, by our Tiger, the most supportive golfer here this week. There's not one person I've spoken to this week that doesn't think that they want him to win. I know. We've done a couple videos with him, and my takeaway is always like, he could be a dick. Like, if you wanted to, he's Rory. He's a star. He's everything. But he's not. Irish, isn't he? Yes. He's legitimately incredibly nice and engaging and always present when you're with him. When he's getting pulled in so many different directions that he could just be like, I don't know, I'm just kind of here and I'm going to go do the next thing. He's so engaged and I respect the hell out of him. Every time we see him. For sure, yeah. He's always great with everyone that he meets. He's such a personable guy with ridiculous talent. To the movie, the banshees are in a Sharon. You liked it. So Irish people loved that movie. I did. I actually haven't spoke to too many Irish voters, but all of our favorite Irish actors are in it. I loved that movie. It's such a beautiful film, so simple. Such a simple storyline. The most simple. And it just shows you what good actors can do. Which is empty space. They're ridiculous, but super impressive film should have cleaned up, but you know, you know, that's the way it is. Sometimes the way it is. We gotta go to Ireland, man. Yeah. We never will. We'll do it.
"niall" Discussed on Fore Play
"Only sport and we talk about a lot. One of the great benefits of it is you can be 82 and you know male female and have your handicap and have your style of play and go have a legitimate match four hour round, whatever, with 19 year old nephew or great nephew, and you can all compete and have fun together. What that also brings is in the group that's at 10 a.m., there might be four 82 year old women that have done it one way forever. And in the ten 10 a.m. group, there might be four 23 year old kids that just graduated college that are listening to music and what you get is this kind of juxtaposition among the game where it's like if you're just playing in a if you're playing pick up basketball or something, you're gonna have pretty much the same demographic from like 6 a.m. on that court until 6 p.m. on that court. And that's sort of what the culture is wearing golf you have all these different clashing cultures sort of together in the same place at the same course and country club sort of separated a little bit, but for the most part, when we're trying to bring it together and bring everybody to the same place. It's very difficult to bring people that are from so many different walks of life, different stages in their life into the same place to do the same thing. And I think what you've done, we've done is like, showcase that people don't have to be at odds with each other in golf. It's more no, no, we're all here to kind of do the same thing. We're all here to try to play our best game. Have a good time. We're getting away from work. We're getting away from being stuck inside. The birds are flying around chirping, and it's beautiful out. And I think people are starting to come around to like, oh yeah, we're all supposed to just be enjoying this.
"niall" Discussed on Fore Play
"To describe it to me, and then I went there for myself for the first time last night. And even being there, it's hard to describe how great that place is. Yep. Yep. I still don't have the words to describe what it's like, but if you are in the area and you're not going to tournament or you're going to the tournament for a little bit and then want a place to watch the tournament, that's the place to go. This guy turned a couple houses right outside the gates of Augusta national into just a resort, a legitimate resort where you walk in. There's restaurants, there's music venues. There are full swing simulators, the whole entire deal. There's a mini golf course in the middle. There's patios, there's servers. There's bartenders, it's nuts. There's lights. It's crazy. Yeah. The structure's back there in the backyard of these houses, which now just looks like a resort is not to be believed. You have to see it to believe it. What a venue that place is. I'm going to be back there tomorrow with some buddies as well. I actually might do the recap pod from. There you go. Club Magnolia tomorrow evening. So a reminder for programming note after every round we're doing a recap show, it'll probably be quick, 30 minutes or something, but we want to be able to get stuff out to folks. I know that when we put out a show Thursday and we don't put another one out until Sunday. That's three days of basically, it's like a Super Bowl every day that we just don't react to. So when we want to be able to get some stuff out there, we're going to try it. Hopefully people enjoy that. So yeah, every day she was the coverage wraps up bang. We're going to just go record, publish it as soon as humanly possible. Are we going to try to go live? Do we know if we're going to be able to do that? I think we might try to go live on our own. We're going to try and go live on YouTube and we're going to push it out to the podcast. So after each round within the next hour, hopefully we'll have something on the feed. So once that round ends, just be prepared and we'll give a lot of takes, Dan rappaport, will be live. I think from the media center at Augusta national. So if you're looking for shit, if you're looking for it, I did not really if you're looking for the real reactions and what's actually happening on the grounds. Dan rappaport will be on this show, recapping from the grounds of August. There's going to be a barstool sports employee broadcasting from August and national. Every single night, every single time. That's really stunning to me. Shout out to Dan, a guy got a lot of shit when he fucking jumped ship from golf digest came over here. A lot of our fans were like, whatever. A lot of people were happy. Some people were like, where's larch the whole thing? He's been taking it in stride. It was during an off season of golf. I have no voice, by the way, I just came back from my bachelor. I don't okay. Okay. We haven't really told them that that's why. Oh, yeah, true true. Because we've done live shows. You're screaming at people the live show with no voice. So I can't believe you're kind of a heroic effort so far. Now that golf seasons in full swing, no pun intended. Nice. He was on full swing. And now seeing him at the masters, watching Tiger Woods call him D at the podium in Augusta is just a great D twice. Yeah. He goes, oh, D and then in the next question Tiger Woods answered someone's question. He goes, as I told D before, it's crazy. That's crazy behavior. So dance fucking fire and all cylinders. In a stride. Sit in a stride.
"niall" Discussed on Fore Play
"I got a buddy who struggles with that shot a lot his name is Frankie barilli, so the guys actually gave him a nickname of butter knives because he always nice to look across the green. Roger hundred. Now you gotta bring 90. We appreciate what you guys do for golf. I've been really cool. Thank you. You're making it cool. I was like, hey, Phil, you don't need fucking 29.99. And he grabs a hundred, he's like, yeah, I won 90,000 these yesterday. He's take a hundred and go fuck yourself. What? Saying a hobby. Four players are barstool sports. It's master's time. You're listening to the show. It's most likely already occurring, already going on. You already got the streams on. You got 15 screens. You got the amen corner. You got the featured groups. You got Tiger Woods getting ready to go. You might be listening to it Thursday because you're so fired up and we have a gigantic show today. I want to say if you are listening to this while watching the masters coverage, we appreciate it. Yeah, shout out to you. There's a lot going on. It's a lot a lot for golfing right now. And if you are using up some of that bandwidth to listen to this podcast, we really appreciate that. And most likely, I'm going to say if you're listening to this show right now, I'm probably in the gates of Augusta national. That's exciting. I'm probably there on Thursday I'm going for the first half of the day with a few buddies. Insanely excited. I haven't been to a tournament round at Augusta. Maybe since 2000 17? I'm trying to think. What year was it when we went to the par three where we watched Tony finau? Busta's angle. Was that 1918 18? That's probably 18. I don't know. I don't remember. Might have been 2018, but anyways, insanely exciting time, we have a massive show. We have two big guests.
"niall" Discussed on Love Island: The Morning After
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"niall" Discussed on Love Island: The Morning After
"You want to go the extra mile, you want to poem, you want whatever that was what Bill did a big lineup. It was great. Do you think? So if someone was declaring the love for you in will style, what would be the features of personality traits you'd hope they'd mention for you because there were some good things said in that. It was a list of 13 things he's out of. Oh God. He's made us all look bad. You don't know what you'd want someone to say about you. I could write Niles. Yeah, God. Funny on TikTok. Funny on Instagram. The radio. Funny on this podcast I don't know. And real life. And real life. That is all edited. It's all the online persona. Only in 15 seconds. No, I didn't want to be overwhelming. I like that. I can list 60 things for myself. But anyway, it's not about me. Will the boys be able to earn back the full trust of the girls? What do you think? The word groveling comes up again. I feel like we were nearing nearing the final bit of the groveling. Yeah. On last night's episode, weren't I felt like there was not much more to be done. Tom had tied up the loose ends. Yeah. I think we got him Jesse obviously they did their thing. They just got to move on now because I mean, if that's not going to do it, then what will? Yeah. So if you were in that position, what would you want the boys to be doing? With a poem being enough for you, clearly it would be. We've learned that. Although would you want more? I'd probably want more, but you're not so funny. If I look back on my time in there, I actually didn't get that much. I got an honest conversation, which was amazing, but also to be fair, I folded quick. I can't lie, like if I'm being really honest, but there was actually no, that's a lie. There was some grappling, but it was very much like he'd make food, like when we were serving food, he always served me fast and just like always like make sure this eye contact and like try and speak to me. I think actually no, there was a bit of grovel. Yeah. That seems to be the thing like openly with everything. Do you reckon this is a thing in real life sort of in our world as well outside the villa. I mean, just a simple coffee. That's all they need sometimes, isn't it? A nice coffee and everything so small gestures go a long way. I think it's conversation as well.
"niall" Discussed on Love Island: The Morning After
"A week it's been in the love island winter cas. I'm looking forward to getting into it with you. Yes, and I can't wait to speak about the very serious chats we saw last night's episode and to play a game of date or dumb. Kaz is so nice that you're gonna be with me every Monday from now on until the final before we get stuck in, let me ask you, what do you love about watching love island? It brings back memories. It's such a fun show and I get to see everyone else's journeys. It's nice to be an audience member again. What's your favorite moment of the series so far would you say? Anyone who says any different is joking, it was unbelievable. And what was like the big highlight from your own love island experience because there was only two years ago now a year and a half ago, did you make some long-lasting friendships? You got a moment that really stands out. Oh, I haven't got a liberty. That is my ride or die. I had the best time ever, like, there's a lot of moments like, even my final day, even though that didn't work out, I still had the most amazing time on show. Do you know what I mean? Yeah. Yeah, definitely even with my girl. Okay, cool. Hey, we are joined by a legend today. A good friend of mine, capital presenter, is a TikToker. He's just an all around, very funny man online. Niall gray is here, hello. What a CV. Thank you. Legend. I've got you. I'm doing great. I feel a bit worn out though, to be honest. After that episode, I'm a little bit like one of those moments. It's been a week of it, right? Yeah, it has it really has been a great week though. Like you were just saying about castle remote. This is when it really gets properly. I'm
"niall" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK
"Not this song in particular. But he's got some other songs like time. Again, I mentioned. Your time is a good song. Yes, I agree. I agree. Yeah, it's a very, it's a very driving song. It's a very beautiful group talent. It's really great in it. Yes. Boycott is really a great singer. You know what I mean? He kind of came in and shocked everybody because the look and stuff. But, you know, he was one of those guys that delivered, you know what I mean? It wasn't like he came out for just to show that he was just a guy and then didn't have the goods. He had the goods, you know? Yes. But definitely, so that was number 7. Number 6, David Bowie. Let's dance. What a unbelievable song. That song is one song that I will never shut off. No, that sounds and funny thing is if that song comes on and it's halfway through, I'll go find it and play it all the way through. Yes. Yes. And it drives and Bowie was one of the most exciting and unique, uniquely creative individuals to ever walk the earth. He was such a true artist, you know what I mean? I mean, who artists? Like, he did not really bow to anyone. He did exactly what he wanted to do. He wore what he wanted to wear. He wrote what he wanted to write, and this is the proof of that. This song is a song that you would not think that he would come out with. And he just, it was such a perfect song for him, you know? Exactly. But it's also, he put Bowie to it. And it's amazing. And of course, Steve Ray Vaughan. Well, yeah, and that you were the one that let me know that he was on that track. But what I didn't know on that track was Niall Rogers played mostly most of the guitar on that. As well as doing a lot of the mixing on that. And Omar hakim played the drummer. At all monoclonal, yeah. Yeah, actually, Stevie was asked by Bowie to go on tour with him. And Bowie, Stevie said he didn't want to go because he wanted to record his own album and stuff. He wanted to do his thing. So he actually turned down David Bowie to go do it to go do his thing. So but yeah, that was the first time that I heard that guitar from Stevie Ray Vaughan. Now I didn't know about Stevie Ray Vaughan until probably about a few years later. When Texas flood came out, right around that time, but I didn't hear about Texas flood till years later. It wasn't until like 80 8, you know, like 88, 89 that I started hearing Stevie on and I was like, oh my God, is there any blew my mind, you know? So Stevie and Bowie on that track was just incredible. And took a great driving song too. Yeah, and I mean, it's funny. It's a long song. And they cut it for radio, but it has a lot of really cool parts in it. And more guitar too, which is correct. Probably one of the reasons why he did that. Yeah. You know, because it's such a good groove. You're like, man, let's not cut this up. Let this flow. All right.
"niall" Discussed on Daily Pop
"I like the voice. He's got a hot voice. He's a hot person. Bid bid-side lonely at night gonna throw on reggae. Alright somebody somebody tell this daily. Poppy not and you're never lonely shopping. We talk about story. life channing. Tatum zoe kravitz are causing more excitement. In new york than we realize pay six reports that a group of brooklyn moms has started attacks chain with one. Goal to find channing zoe. Apparently the self-described stroller mafia isn't about two million chance to see the magic. Mike in person trawler mafia stroller. Mafia advertised probably joined during the day. Ever associated with editing called stroller mafia. You better coming at me. Mommy and me is pretty. But that's that's in a circle of grass strolling the streets for grass. Yeah how far would you go to your favorite celebrity. Because i know for me. I ain't going forward in craig's blocks away the food better be pre amen age. She's i've never even when i was sixteen. I feel like. I have never been a fan girl. I'm not gonna lie. There were some moments where i would go to do. Justice brody jenner was going to show you. That was fun that was just seeing wash from afar. You weren't trying to get a photo with that person. that's lame. no. I was trying to see if he was gonna to lick something. Yeah he was fine. He's challenges.
"niall" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Down mouth. Yeah but by the way. I don't know you when you think of selena gomez when i think of selena gomez i do not think disney no i think major career massive instagram star justin bieber and selena gomez. I hate to put them together. Still but i think of them. I think of her dating the weekend first stint in like i. I never felt like that made sense. I think of her. obviously she's younger. So i wasn't in the wizards of waverly place generation. But i don't think of her as disney. I don't think i do feel though. She is part of that generation. That is the idea to like when one disney girl said. My experience was so traumatic all of a sudden and ten of them are like mine. Too mine too. And it's like you don't have to have that street credit. You know how to have a terrible upbringing to be someone cool. It's the same with all these people who have anxiety all of a sudden having -iety you need attention. Shut up i. I worked with children in children's television before okay and it was both disney and nickelodeon. I can see told us at the same time. I say that they treat those children very well. I mean they're under so silent. Life's way and things like that. They treat them very well. They're under strict. Cold is a certain you know many hours and things like that and their pay and all that actually disney hayes. Very well for children. Just going to say that so to to say that i would have to say that's just your summer tits and also at the end of the day like you you wanted to do. This was all you ever dreamed star for. You even got this job. That was all you wanted. So it's important to remember that someone said to me this morning like you're having a bad day or like we'll remember at one point. You didn't have any of this and you really wanted it. So don't forget your name is working over..
Lizzo and Niall Horan Flirting Is Adorable
"With chris evans. Because he about to lose his job and his blue has a new man in her life and that can only mean things are headed in one direction. Oh all of my funds. I'm sure your funds to feel like we should. Maybe they're all commit are we can get married. Would you make me sign a pre. No wait a minute. who. Now i trust you. We wouldn't have to sign a pre-nup of your actress. You last one. See if you can turn me on with your sexiest animal. Do that on the spot. I'd be like a right. Yeah why can do together can you. I will say my husband. Dave golf with him two weeks ago and said he was like split up into teams because it was a bunch of them and he said that he is so lovely. Show charming complete just unrelated. Obviously to know is going to speak about him. He was so cool so opposite. I'll do you choose. They went golfing and said he was very irish. Very cool so and she's very cool so maybe they will date irish a good guy and my boyfriend's irish. They're very good with with black women
DC Police Identify 6-Year-Old Killed by Gun Violence
"Weather alert station through the evening New tonight. Police have now identified the six year old who was shot and killed last night in Southeast D. C. Her name was Nadia Courtney and she was to start first grade this fall. Five others were also shot but are expected to be OK. At a press conference, D c police chief Robert Conte and Mayor Muriel Bowser called for an end to gun violence. So I am asking That we all stand together and say no more. I am sick and tired of being sick and tired. Niall was killed. Somebody else could be killed tonight. Somebody else could be killed the next night because too many people are willing to use guns of reward of up to $60,000 is being offered for information that leads to an arrest. Keisha James. W. T O P. NEWS I'm Nick Pinelli. This latest case involving a six year old girl being killed follows a very disturbing trend in the area, marking the fourth child under eight years old to be shot over the past few months in D. C. Alone In May, a seven year old girl was shot and seriously injured while playing outside in Northeast a few weeks after that a five year old boy was left with serious injuries after he was shot outside his home near Logan Circle. Earlier this month. On the Fourth of July, There was another shooting involving a young child as a five year old boy, playing in his Columbia Heights
"niall" Discussed on Between The Lines
"The quarantining of super spreaders as people who interact with far more people and must therefore applying outsize role in spreading the disease but in han sought if countries in march april. My last year did not go into lockdown. Wouldn't the cross spain a lot worse. Yes there's no question that. By mid march to take one example set being debated right now the uk had to do something pretty drastic to stop the spread. The counterfactual that the alternative strategy that would have been preferable would have been to act as the taiwanese and south koreans did early get testing up and running very rapidly and then use contact tracing trying to identify the infected and the potential super spreaders. So we blew all that in europe and we blew a latin in the americas by mid march. It clearly was too late to do that kind of thing. we did. A lot of sydney's stuff that probably really didn't make much of a positive difference and may have done on balanced harm for example. I think it was a major a state to have the schools closed as long as they have been in california. Basically an entire school year has been lost. Which has been extremely hard on poor kids who who don't necessarily have the space and the technology to study remotely. I saw all things considered i. We now better off at predicting the next disaster than we were. Say you know. We twenty twenty the key point about disasters. It's not predictable the disasters in history whether the man-made or natural if that distinctions even meaningful don't follow any kind of pattern allows you to predict them and that's a very very major problem for us as a species because we love to predict things in truth. You can't really see the next big earthquake in california coming and you can't really know how big the wildfire problem will be in australia. Knicks knicks time. That season comes. All you can do is be quick on the draw when a disaster begins. That's the most important takeaway from the book really. It's it's better to be broadly paranoid. That is to say be aware of all the different things that are out to get you from pandemics to wildfires earthquakes to hostile power and be ready to react quickly when you see the first signs of danger. Unfortunately we learning that lesson. I think we'll actually continue to repeat the mistake of meticulously preparing for the wrong crisis and and be caught out just as we were In early twenty twenty by this this new virus the thing about what happened was on paper. The united states in the united kingdom were the two best prepared countries for public health emergency in the world. That was the finding of twenty nine thousand nine survey that the economist intelligence unit published an truth that these these preparations existed on paper but would really worthless when the rubber hit the road. This is a point that dominic cummings has been making. He was a key advisor to boris johnson. Last year subsequently they fell out and cummings is critique of what happened last year in london to be is very persuasive that the bureaucracy had a plan but the plan was rubbish and they took far too long to realize that i mean the uk had essentially open borders for months. So the lesson is you'll bureaucracy will want a have a very detailed preparedness plan for whichever disaster they Focused on and whatever. The disaster is strikes next. I fully expect the same kind of pathologies to reveal themselves unless we radically rethink the way we do. Think about.
"niall" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"My fam. It's a balance in the morning. Good song. It is a good good song. He's talented, hands down, talented. He's so good if you were the pic. Oh, God, I hate to do this and it's not the same. It's not the same, and it's no disrespect to anybody. It's going to come across the disrespect, but it's not disrespect is just a conversation between friends here, Okay? You look it in sync, right? You look Justin Timberlake. Wow, Breakout star of men saying stuff like that. One D has had several breakout stars. But if you have to pick the breakout star from one direction It's Harry isn't area without a doubt. Without a doubt. He's the Timberlake of one direction. Yeah, for sure that seem very disrespectful on your part. No. No way. Teasing E. Nile. Horan is great. He's great. Yeah, but I think it was a Zafar Azi success And I don't know, I think I think it's Harry. Right record sales. He's out of these two and the mystique everything to like, Even if if Niles in here now is a great guy we know now we're huge Fans of Niall Horan and, you know, we know most of the guys. You know, I only met saying like once, but Um, nine would probably agree to because if it's like Harry Styles and Nile are walking down the street, where's the crowd going per se, and that that's that's not to be disrespectful. It's just like the girls would be enamored by Harry Styles e think after the one defame, I think Niall even said to us on the air one day how he's enjoyed the less attention that being out of that massive bands and boy band presence has brought him I think to Harry is very mysterious, where he doesn't do a whole lot of interviews, and he doesn't talk about his private life. And so there's a lot of unknowns with him, which I think add to his whole appeal as well. As a trick, fellas be mysterious. Don't matter. We know anything about you know girls are into it, but on the deal, all right, let's do first of CAF. Let's do it. This is how we start today. Valentine shares Cem Cem inspirations and positivity and then we all raise our cups high. Whatever you drink.
"niall" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"No, just stop talking about it all rights. One of 43, my friend. This is Valentine. The morning We're laughing a second go off the air about some of the early pandemic memories. We haven't simply because we're coming up in a year in March, when people want to watch out everything. And I'm like, Gosh, man, remember how like I go for a walk in the morning after the show? You know, it was such a big thing. My morning walk right after the show. And how great was that? I remember like being in my office at home broadcasting from there because just a broadcaster for my house. She just changes rooms to get a change of scenery, right? But remember, like I was sitting there in the middle of show like, seven o'clock or something. They were doing the battle of sexes. I'm sitting in my office looking at my front window and a coyote goes across the street. I go hold on, guys, and I grab like my little air gun pistol. I run out there. No, not in my underwear. But not exactly well dressed because you guys only soften the top off right newscaster at home in my PJs, So run out there chasing missing firing. You know that My wife's like you think that was a good idea? Well, well, you Was a coyote need the through our horrible Yeah, And everybody in this world is a nest cam. And there's you running across the three like, literally run across the street in my PJs firing like rainbow six. The coyotes just looking at me, like do you keep missing? You're not a seal team member, you know? Yeah. Yes, pathetic. I said Gary, second Second thought, Probably not The best idea, but feels like a decade doesn't really some of those early pandemic memories of how we survived what we did really feel so long ago. Unbelievable. And about like, a year ago from now we were having guests in the studio like Nile Horan in a hard right, Not even a year. Yeah. You're alleging that he started the whole thing. Now he was a virus load. People say people say Niall Horan. It is funny hat and he likes golf. He's the virus load. Remember, He used my hand sanitizers that I kept there at my microphone in my computer there in the studio do is common celebrities always find out things first. Yeah, he knew it was coming. That will slab knew was coming, man, Josh Get Nile Horan. That was fun. And all those other slabs. I'll come back eventually is gonna take some time. But we're so used to the zoom thinking stuff like that. Can't wait for that. You know what? I'm getting these goofballs back in studio stuff like that. You know, who knows? Man might just be mean. You You know, it's really stinks. Hey, come on. I was always like, you know. If the building goes down in a massive destruction moment, I'm not gonna say that workers would jinx us. And I'm just stuck here with you. And my final move with, like, you know, we've actually the building of like active shooter drills and stuff before like that, Like Man. My final moments just with Brian. Yeah, Let's get it. I get it. I mean, what else could we possibly say to each other? We just set it off. Set along instead of 143, My fl more music more variety. Communicate. Los Angeles.
Body of actress Naya Rivera found in California lake after days-long search
"Ni Rivera was recovered from Lake Piru on Monday. The sheriff says. They're confident the body is nigh, and there's nothing to indicate any foul play took place or she died by suicide. He believes this was simply a tragic accident on drowning death. Naya and her four year old son Josi, were swimming in Lake Piru and something went wrong. Josi told police that she was able to boost him back on the boat. But when he turned around, she disappeared below the surface. The current was apparently very strongly Jane Iowan missing, which may have contributed to her drowning. Also, her boat wasn't anchored when she went for a swim so it may have drifted away while they were swimming. Ni of course plate Santana Lopez on glee. She landed the role in 2009. She was a talented singer and signed with Columbia Records. In 2011. Niall was married to actor Ryan Dorsey in July 2014. They divorce in 2018 and had been sharing custody of Josi. She was 33 years old.