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US job market weakens in December, fuelling hopes of more stimulus
"With political implications. That are as we speak. Still tb but with implications for this economy that you can kind of see the outlines of even now here to make sense of it. All our k- davidson. She is from the wall street journal neil. Richardson is the chief. economist ed. Adp hey you too. Neil let me start with a quick pass at this morning's jobs numbers because it is jobs day friday at the end of this kind of amazing week. We lost one hundred and forty thousand jobs last month. My question to you is more of a statement. Actually and it goes like this. Uh oh i guess. I l. indeed but it's not totally unexpected. We knew that the code cases were rising. They were rising december with that. Bryce states and municipalities have had to roll back or tighten restrictions on social gathering that has a direct effect on the job market so this trend of slowing the momentum in jobs recovered each month as cova cases rise continued in december. The hope is that when we have a population that is inoculated. Maybe later this year second half of the year. We'll see those job gains. Come back in the meantime it's still going to be a pretty rough winter For those people who are out of work and also cleared. I was touching with a friend of mine this morning. Who works in finance and he said you know. I think by fall or winter of this year which is to say. Twenty twenty one. We're gonna be rolling right along. And i texted him back and i said look man. We are as far from winter this coming year as we are from the beginning of this thing. Think about all the damage that can That is still yet to come in this economy. What do you think. yeah. I mean. I think that's what Democratic policymakers economists are warning about. And when you hear folks say it's important to have another big economic relief package for example which is something we've been hearing a lot about even though we just had this big nine hundred billion dollar. One Economists say it's important to try to get back to where we were before march as quickly as possible in other words. The longer this is drawn out the Take the harder it is to to come back. The deeper the hole the harder it is to get out of it So right it would be. It would be amazing if vaccines were rolled out quickly which may be an early december. We were all so excited. We thought they would be in our seeing. Gee it's not. It's not so easy. And and people are maybe a little more pessimistic. So that just means it's gonna take longer for people to be back in full force at restaurants or movie theaters or on cruise ships or airplanes and And it might. It might feel like a longtime time before at that place. So nila lemme ask you now about the news of tuesday. The democrats win georgia. They now control the senate and there had been much speculation that they were going to be able to do something more in relief. Maybe even those two thousand dollar checks the president trump and and others had been calling for and then joe manchin a democrat or west. Virginia came out today and said. I'm not sure i'm on board for two thousand dollars and everybody kind of realized that it's a much thinner majority than maybe the actual numbers would imply i think on this front. I make two points at first of all i. I firmly believe that the economy is going to lead politics. Some this issue if we continue to see job losses like we saw in december There may not be a lot of wiggle room of how the government responds. I if they want to make sure that the economy can pull through this. Secondly i think what would it. Also indicates is yes there is the may be some some dissension even along party lines. And so what it means. Is that big reforms which typically occur when there is a single party leadership might be delayed even further in this presidency. Because it's covid right. Now that's taking charge of covid. That has a seat at the table. And so that's going to have to play out a before we can get to those bigger reforms that i'm sure by the would like to tackle his term. That's a really good line. The economy is gonna lead policy Speaking of economic policy. Kate president-elect biden came out in a statement today or in a in a speech to reporters talking about a bunch of economic stuff. He said we should be investing in deficit spending which is remarkable thing for a politician to say out loud. It's a huge Reversal or shift if you will from when president obama came in Last financial crisis democrats were were leaning into this idea that republicans were pushing that in. I think continue to push that. We need to be worried about about deficits right. I mean we obviously want to support the economy and In support people and households. But we can't go too far. And i think that there's been it. There's been a big shift among Economists and economic thinking on this in ten or twelve years since then and that's look at interest rates. They are so low right now. In biden made this point that when interest rates historically low and the federal reserve you know they've got rates as low as they can go or as low as they are willing to go. They said they aren't gonna do negative rates They could do more bond buying but there's not a lot they can do Then you should be spending more even if that is deficit spending And that's the argument that we heard The president-elect today and it's interesting because we know that his economic team the advisors. He's been turning to for advice last year. They were making that same argument. They're saying look at the cost of finance. This debt is so low it it. It makes sense to invest now because those investments will pay off over the long term. If if they boost growth roy All right i'm gonna try to squeeze last one in and i'm going to try to get both here in about thirty seconds apiece if you could we've i want. You can't leave the segment today without the politics of this economy coming up and we talk a lot about uncertainty in this economy and what that has meant the last four years. I wonder neela what you think about instability in the politics of this economy because that seems to me to be where we are i think the biggest danger as we look at the economic fragility of that we're grappling with in the winter months. Is that we keep. We take our eye off the ball of the economy and the people who've been hit hardest in the economy. It's easy to give way to the politics of the moment. That still about ten million americans who were working in february who are not working now and we have rental moratoriums that actually end in january and so the danger is that we give way to the politics. We stop thinking about the economy. So meyer urgency on this. Friday is to remember. It's about the economy right now. And the health infrastructure that is necessary for to keep the economic recovery going to quickly uncertainty verses instability. Well i just. I think so much is going to depend on. What happens after january twentieth. And whether you still have president trump out there sort of riling rolling up his base And how the the congress and how republicans interact with the with the incoming administration the incoming president and we have reason to think that things might go okay mitch. Mcconnell has a longstanding relationship with joe biden and they've worked together for for many many years but to to as point earlier. I think that what happens with the economy is going to be driving these these discussions. Hopefully hopefully if things get worse or things stay. Stay as they are. They'll they'll come together though overcome These issues and get something done if the economy is it who davidson at the wall. Street journal
Snacks Week Night Poetry
"Hey It's you welcome back to jumpers your morning night tooth brushing show. Their brushing on the top of your mouth and make little circles with your brush around each tooth. It's next week and today we're rhyming a storm again with some snack palm's listen to our poems when you hear. Fill. In the word that rhymes here's your snack bone. Vanilla chocolate or strawberry these flavors beat me scream don't forget the chocolate sauce or add sprinkles tear ice ice. Cream. Ice Cream. Switch rushing to the other side of the top of your mouth and give your tongue brush to. I dream you dream we all dream of ice cream. But if you can't eat ice cream, maybe the next best thing is the pocket. Dean. Puckett trees make a delicious being the tastes like Nila ice cream. People even call the Ice Cream being tree lucky bean sort of look like big snap peas and they have creamy white inside the tastes just like the Nila ice cream except it's not cold. Switzer rushing to the bottom of your mouth and brush the molars in the way back. Here's your next poem listen for the. And shout out the word that rhymes. I want a crunchy snack, something salty and good with dips. Oh I've got a good idea retriever bag of. Chips. Switch rushing to the other side of the bottom of. Don't brush to heart. Here's your last snack poem. This is what you reach for what hunger pains attack. It's what this week is all about a sweet or tasty. Snacks. Yes Max. That zipper. Chompers tonight thanks for listening and don't forget to rinse with water before you leap.
Dual-screen Surface Duo marks Microsoft's return to smartphones
"The other exciting future is foldable Microsoft's screen android device. The surface duo is available for preorder now for one. Hundred Ninety nine dollars, ask. Arriving September tenth. Being being excited about this product, the surface duo has to eighteen hundred, thirteen, fifty, five, point, six, inch, sixty, hertz led screens. Now when you unfolded those screens connect to form an eight point, one inch workspace, but it's not a single screen like with the Samsung Galaxy full because there's still the hinge in the middle and Microsoft's like we're not trying to be that. We're not trying to to have a foldable screen. We're just trying to make a bigger workspace displays are both gorilla glass as a result because they don't have to bend and they work as side-by-side Ma monitors essentially, it's four point eight millimeters thick another big. That's when it's open. Of course, it folds up it's nine point nine millimeters even then it's not too bad. Also the whitest ever android phone. As. Ours Technica pointed out ninety three millimeters wide that is bigger than even the biggest galaxy note that ever existed. It uses one eleven megapixel camera that can record four K. video at up to sixty frames per second runs on a snapdragon eight, fifty, five last generation processor, not eight, sixty five. Six Gigs of Ram. One hundred twenty eight or two, hundred, fifty, six gigs of storage has lt e not five g. but maybe don't. And two batteries one under each screen that combined for three thousand, five, hundred, seventy, seven Nila amp hours. So the specs aren't. Notch they're they're okay but they're not top notch also fingerprint reader sport for surface pen. All ANDROID APPS can run on it. And there are surface. Made. APPS AN API out. For developers to make more of them, that take advantage of the dual display and could like put the keyboard and one side or no taking on one side. And Get. Use Out of that form factor. But as I mentioned, it's a thousand, three, hundred, ninety, nine dollars, and while that's not as expensive as the Samsung Galaxy fold it ain't cheap. Yeah. It feels like a test. To me because at that price and at these specs, you're gonNA find out real quick who your buyers are and. And will extend past the people who just have to have the coolest gadget where a total android heads and have to have every model ever made or love Microsoft stuff or whatever does it extend much past that the two most exciting products I've ever seen out of Microsoft is honestly this I think is really cool. But the specter too low, and there's not a great argument for use case for me
"nila" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes
"I duNno Oklahoma anyhow. Eh Hugh. Whatever Vanilla Lemon custard hazelnut, some sort of Pie, crust and the Palim sort. I'm no Baker. put down. The crack pipe tells about the whiskey. The whiskey is wonderful. It's kind of like. On the Pallet I kinda got some Nila Wafer and some bread banana. Pudding. There's some spices goes towards cinnamon though some Cedar on the finish. Medium long finish. Spicy but the nuttiness faded away. I was expecting more nuttiness from a from a Madeira finish. He's right. You know banana pudding. Banana put even squirrels right. Absolutely putting. Alabama, so he knows, but I don't eat that stuff but I. I've been expellees. You should not have eaten nut stuff out of my house. This agree harm. It's a step up. It's it's definitely improved. When it first went in the glass, the nose was muted muted. Thank you perfect word and. Use My calendar for them and the Pallid was muted as well. I think you want to hold on what channels he. He's on three right. I think that the Paladins improve with their The nose has definitely improved with there. It's not quite as there are. Some of the Madeira whiskies finished wissies that I've had is definitely a little less Madeira influence, but you definitely get some of it and I think it's a nice effort. I think it's really going the right direction. It's again taken the some of the initial whiskies that we've had from them in particular, the rich Oak, and really ended up and Kudos good job. Yet. My favorite of the day when initial tasting and laughter letting it sit for a while, it's still my favorite. The you know I got when I wrote down, I wrote down Lemon Pie with with Nila wafers when the Nilo way for crush and I didn't even talk to you. You know what I really. Hadn't talked with. But I have A. Facing to it that I just can't I just can't put my. And on. It's like yeah, it's. A! Tinguely it's a it's A. It's a nice bright space, but but it's nice. It doesn't overpower anything and I enjoyed that the finish was nice. But would you buy a bottle? Would you spend your hard earned cash? No. No I would not, but it's not. My Palate is America. It's not bad American whiskey. No, that's that's not true. What what? What non-american Whiskey have you bought bought? Canadian whiskey. I Let, you know that. America.
Dr. James Lindsay on the Danger of Postmodernism, Cynical Theory, & the "Woke Culture"
"Hey welcomed the dose of leadership so happier tuning in. Hey, it's been about three weeks since released an episode and done that intentionally. I take an almost a sabbatical. And I'm going to say that this episode going to here today and from this point forward. Shifting a little bit I'm taking a point I'm not changing the show too much, but if you listen to the intro the show or when I sat down, and I wrote the mission statement, or at least the purpose of the show. The idea was to talk about real life leadership. An influence experts who dedicate their lives to the pursuit of the truth, commonsense courageous leadership that is stands to this day in even this pivot where I'm going. That hasn't changed. But. When I look back at over four hundred plus episodes in the conversations, and I enjoy every single one of them and sometimes people I don't even know even business owners doesn't matter if they're famous or not. I always get something out of the conversation. But I gotta be honest with you I've been struggling. Particularly the last three weeks, and this is why I've taken. A Sabbatical is telling myself. Where am I taking the show? What am I doing because in the light of everything that has happened in this crazier that we're calling twenty twenty. Something was sitting right with me and as they go forward in an certainly look. I get thirty to fifty requests a day for people to come on my show and I wish I could help everybody out and have him on, but sometimes I just don't WanNa Talk to another CEO Entrepreneur listen to their story about how they started a business and you know. What was the dark moments in? In. How did they recover because I know what they're going to say and I don't mean that with any disrespect to the individuals and I know everybody has their own story and again even if I would do even if I thought the answer is going to be the same I always learn something from every conversation would again in the light of everything that's been going on in the world. And both, personally in my personal life to things that have happened it seems almost the Nila to sit there and talk about or talk to another entrepreneur and talk about. How they became successful. Again not to take anything away from that, but I. I know what the answers are going to be I know. What they did to overcome. It's the same things that we've talked about when you I mean there's themes when you talk to four hundred people, some themes tend to emerge, and I stand by them, and it's the pursuit of authenticity persona, being transparent, being vulnerable, most importantly, being courageous, and and certainly being tenacious. The things that we all need to be reminded of and uncertainly we'll have other conversations. Other people in those things will come up and I will embrace those, but again going back in the light of what's been going on in the world, and it seems a I'm concerned, and as you probably are too, and it's a crazy uncharted territory and one thing that's always been bothering me in where I think I. WanNa sort having conversations way. Having conversations about is. Where is this going? Because one of the challenges of what we see is going on in society, and particularly when we're. Again looking kind of at the post modernism. Since my frustration is is is I feel. Politically homeless, I feel. That there's no place for me to go. There's no place to turn and then I said we'll. This podcast is the answer. It's start having conversations with people. Because it affects our leadership. It affects leadership of organizations are leaderships. Of our homes in our own personal growth, and what I mean by that is the challenge that we see or the big problem or a big part of I think a lot of problems or at least a lot of the enzyme. Everybody's dealing with is this. This culture war that were in the middle of. And it goes deeper than. Political, correctness. But there's nowhere to go, or there's few places to go, and they're certainly not highlighted where people can have these open and nothing. Conversations were conversations about our social political or culture conversations can flourish in ways that aren't stagnant, because let's be honest. All those conversations have become stagnant. Conservatives are expected to say consider things. Progressives are expected. Say Progressive Things. Were struggling to communicate effectively with with everybody. We need to be able to talk to each other authentically compassionately, and that's where I wanNA steal the show. That's what I WANNA. Do in large measure to kind of. Authentically compassionately, but courageously debunk, or at least head on this kind of idea of postmodernism critical theory. Systemic put whatever you want behind it. CYNIC racism sexism. Those conversations that to be quite honest. I see are very bullying. Bullying very controlled a movement. That doesn't heavy-handed bullying tactics. And, because of the age of the Internet changing the meaning of many words themselves in a way, basically destroying commonsense.
A Nobel Prize winner in economics uses AI to make poverty research go even further
"Nobel Prize winner. Who uses a I to make her poverty? Research go even farther from American public media. This is marketplace tech. demystifying mystifying the digital economy. I'M ALI WOULD S S. Thirty flow is one of this year's winners of the Nobel Prize in economics. She and her colleagues one for their unique approach to tackling poverty. They tried to break up. Huge problems. Blooms like immunization or educational opportunity into smaller problems and then the team comes up with questions about what might work and uses randomized controlled old trials which are traditionally used in medicine and hard sciences to compare the impact of specific approaches and then says do flow. The team uses artificial intelligence ends and machine learning to deploy the findings of their research in the most efficient way possible. Here's Esther Diplo. It's gets learning to a deeper level if you want. It gives you one one more level of faction which is to say not just whether the program is effective on average which you can get from the experiment but where the pork is the most effective and and therefore where a government was limited budget would want to expand it and it's very useful because otherwise the government will be saying well. That's nice incentive affective but down expensive. So what am I going to do. How choose where to put them So that's where meshing learning really comes in. Do you worry about data integrity like we. We know that sometimes algorithms can reinforce bias. Do you worry that errors could be introduced by governments who are working with data sets that may be just reinforced. The old oldways I do worry about device that exists in the algorithm. Not For the moment because they are so underused in governments that I don't think there is any damage that they are doing right now but certainly for the future the algorithm tend to reinforce existing biases. Because they're learning Tom. I'll previous experiences and one of the things that we need to be. Active about is to make sure it doesn't happen. And that's where I think he'd say essential essential to not think that the use of any artificial intelligence is going to be a substitute for policy-making and my full thinking but it it has to be a compliment is cost a barrier cost of accessing this technology or creating these algorithms for developing countries and their governments. I I think it goes into your Pussy Direction. One of the big values of larger access to a digital data processing to the gory them and to Just better way to handle the data in general and to process the data the government have. We'll actually reduced cost to not increase them. Then I don't think cost is the constraints what is the constraint is more the amount of talents like we need people who are excited to to walk in this area and are willing to join government to put their intelligence to the surface of this type of work so for example. When Nando Nila Kenny from INFO ABC's joined the government to start in a sense the crazy project old giving every single Indian person unique identification number? Well that was tied with biomarker identification. This might have sound like a completely crazy plan. But because it he had this intelligence and he's where we there'll and reputation he could actually make it happen and infrastructure that has been built on. The business of the unique system is not without flaws issues but as being unbalanced confirmational for many of the way that India is now delivering the bleak services to. It's four member much of your work in developing these trials has been about as you put it finding the right question and asking questions that contest in opposition to other ideas. Do you think that there is a time when some of this machine learning or these predictive tools could actually help you generate future questions. I don't think so. I think what the predictive technology do is to tell you what his a likely. Good course of action given what you already knew. I don't think so far. I've seen at least applications of using them to generate an entirely new new set of questions that so far has come off from the competition of field experience and relying on the mistakes made by others so far we still need humans humans to do the thinking. Yeah I think so. You need some amount of human intelligence for some time to come. That's s their flow. MIT economist recent winner of the Nobel L. Prize and author of the new book. Good Economics for hard times Kai Ryssdal and I also spoke to her on the make me smart podcast about the economics part. You can find that wherever you like to
Liverpool stunned by Napoli late goals in the Champions League
"Start the defending champions livable going away to Naples or Napoli winning by two goals to nail the goals coming late thoroughly entertaining game. Was it just case Napoli taking their chances. Navy apparently was the was the difference maker what ten minutes go rightfully so apparently what didn't think so cops. He said happening penalty when the player jumps before the content well in my opinion. Robertson dangle these lego dangle your Lego opposition apparently K. so clock all can talk all they want. I think the most important thing though is that and this particular texture this time last year Liverpool got completely outplayed by Napoli and actually absolutely gas at the end of the game. This game was completely different. I thought liberal pulled Jeffs notes up and we're on fortunate to get some for Notre and they will go through Nila. The other teams new shows again absolutely nowhere near Napoli in Liverpool show. Yes it's a loss. They won't be happy but I don't think he's too much nice to whatever so sped by the way went gold six goals today. Oh against gang well yeah. I get the crush on penalty for you because you know if you're a wing run down the wing and the Phil by Slaves Zanan goes to ground and you have to jump over them avoid contact and then lose your balance a free cake so as for straighten his as sometimes not always the contact doesn't always have to be made. He dangled his leg. It was a bad mistake from an excellent play and then invite just you you know made by mistake at the end and and that was the next game and Stevie said Liverpool Napoli will probably both comfortably go through. I thought they played well. The only the problem for Liverpool was the final decision making Ramani was through yeah second half and he played an overhead plastic. Salah there was other occasion occasions the Fox half and then there was a former head of flash by KNOPFLER ahead. They'll chances well excellent team on the Jalopy so these two should through adult think they'll be overly what it should they be any consensus ever going forward from this not based on performance and not based on the fact that you trust that Liverpool can certainly comfortably get out of this group because them because a Nepalese because who they're playing against and when you see southward playing you see gang plays well yeah no and so you can make an argument and kind of frame it and say well. There's maybe a recent to get concerned. I don't think so I I do think that they're in which Liverpool could put games away and they don't and this was a very good example of that because those breaks that Craig was just talking about if scientists say we'll do complete what should be a simple past solid now's house one in Liverpool. Napoli has to go chase it. Maybe that opens up for another counterattack looking my way and see you guys later so it's something that Liverpool did very well in the final stages of this same competition last year but let's not forget that last year in Champions League in the Group there were times in which they struggle and he worked out just colossal. They're away yeah and so I'm assuming that Steve nichol would take that very same approach as well. You know what if that's if that they're rude. We're going to take and that's what worked for arrest so be it. I do think however the Lupul could and will improve from something like you have to mention Israel. The two goals have not had the best chance of the game that fail for was it mountains Milton's remember who it was by police on the Cross Mountain Melton Adriana pulled off. I mean it was just an unbelievable. Save so you know both the teams were a threat in the final just not a brick with a mistake on a little bit more clinically in the end sorry now rare mistake by very little vandyke because we sit here and we completely wax lyrical about back and rightfully so because he has been excellent but today most of the time comfortable as we grow accustomed to him being and then all of a sudden assisted the week for your Anthony who comes in and of course the second go online online van Dyke and unlikely to make those mistakes late in the
"nila" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"You have to be willing to pay a very small delivery and they're planning to roll it out to every single crispy cream location by the end of the year we were driving. I was in a really bad mood and I saw her crispy treatment crispy cream store like once go now Chris Baker I live directly across from one and everyone that comes over there like you lacrosse where crispy cream hello. I'd be the size of a house. I love it to food facts that you won't actually believe or true number one. Did you know that cheese is the most stolen food in the whole world. I believe I believe it is the most Dolan food easy to conceal number one washing your lettuce will not remove e.. Coli and a new bacteria called Cyclosporin it will remove the dirt but it does not remove E. coli and Cyclosporin do don't I don't know what to do if it has it has has it but that's true because the E. coli hangs out in these little pockets in the produce that you can't wash off duty on it. Nobody ever got sick. Eating a cheeseburger. Lettuce is so true brought food news vs do right. Those are awful every single. One of people are texting in what they miss is in the world waffle Crisp Graham crack OHS other back no. They're not Graham crackers. They're saying that s'mores crunch was the best serial ever see people miss it a lot. He's so if you if you want to check out the podcast <hes> hosted by our own Scotty and Andrew. It's called serial killers like what do you have coming up Scotty. You get in here run. I think they have so much fun putting the serial podcast together what's coming up. We have the Nila Banana Pudding one coming up niller wafer banana pudding also the Oreo O's is coming up and the frosted mini..
"nila" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe
"You guys hit upon a lot of the issues here. So you think okay, how can something in the gut altered, the performance of, of the muscles for this answer? Couple. Twisted turns in here. So let me to be good. They take the twists and turns, so the bacterial species in question is Bella nila, and the specific Avella villain this speech, that's the genus this species is V, a typical Vela a typical. And what this bacterium does is it eats? Lactic acid. Coz ri-. I need that. That gets produced in the muscles during exercise. That's the soreness. That's, that's what makes you really stop Beijing, ultimately, but, but the bacteria in the stomach and the lactic acids in the muscles. So how does that work along wrong back to my question that, and that is that lactic acid goes in the blood and then gets filtered out by the liver, and doesn't really ever go through the gut, however, may be does? It's trans dimensional bacteria. That was one of the things that they basically discovered in the studies at the lactic acid is acceptable gets does leak into the gut does get goes through the, the connections between the blood vessels, and the epithelial and actually goes down the concentration gradient into the gut. So basically, if you exercise to the point, you get lactic acid build up that gets into the blood and some of that gets into the gut, and this bacteria, eats it in the gut, however still. To the scientists who is good science. Right. So the scientists are like will, how is this happening? So okay, there's lactic acid is getting into the gut, and this bacteria is eating it. Okay. Does this affect the steady state of lactic acid in the person, and the answer is no? It doesn't actually eat enough of the lactic acid that it affects the amount of less lactic acid in the blood or in the muscles. So that's not the of how bag library one. Yeah. Then the next question is, well, what's when it's eating the, the? It do whereas it release what does it release? What is it making an attorney out? It's ferment thing, the lactate into short, chain fat that he acid, A propen, eight that is getting into the circulation and that's short chain fatty acid. It turns out can have some beneficial effects, it could be a source of energy. Oh my God. Allow that, that is amazing. It may there's there's other things. We're not sure this is like, the, the stage in the research, that could be anti inflammatory effects could be other known effects, but it is it is actually a decent nutrient, and you might think that okay that you're pushing your body to its limits. Converting some of your lactic acid into another energy source might give you a little boost performance, and what the what they found was that if they gave if they ejected the short chain fatty acid into the stomachs of mice that they were exercising their performance increased. So that could be the effect could be just a metabolic by product of the bacteria. Not the fact that it's eating elect Gasset, even as sexy as that sounds to think that that's the that's why happening. But gun make the fact that it makes sense is not enough. You have to check and see if it's actually true or not. And you have to give credit to these researchers they just kept asking questions and checking their hypotheses that the national prophesised that derived from what they found so far and again took him into surprising directions, a lot of twists and turns that they wouldn't have anticipated up front, they take that bacterium and they genetically modified to, to soup it up. Give it nitrous oxide. And then and do when even bigger more dramatic performance enhanced phrasing party or yes, because you so you could modify to do what it's doing even more efficiently. But let's say it's been optimized or any let's say ever Lucien has tweaked and it's pretty much doing what it does is good as it's going to do it. The question is, can you give this as a probiotic to people who are not only athletes will that affect their them physiologically in any way will help them maintain their weight or make give them more NS? Whatever meant who, who knows. Would have you kind of the probiotic?.
Elite Runners' Microbes Make Mice Mightier
"This is science Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Karen Hopkin the microbes in our intestines. Help keep us healthy strengthening our immune systems, and promoting metabolism, but they may also give us a leg up when it comes to moving our legs up and down again, rabidly and repeatedly. Because a new study finds that mice that are fed bacteria isolated from elite athletes. Log more time on the treadmill than other mice that are treated only to 'Bacterial found in yogurt the results appear in the journal nature medicine Alexander caustic microbiologist at Harvard, Medical School was initially interested in hell, the gut microbes of people with diabetes might differ from folks without the condition. The idea being that tweaking the microbiome might help to treat the disease, but the question of enhancing overall health and fitness can also come from the other direction. But here, the question was more. What's unique in the microbiome with someone who is? Supremely healthy? And can we use that feature of the microbiome to transfer into other people to potentially make them healthier and handy window into the gut is poop so caustic, and his crew asked fifteen runners, who completed the Boston marathon in twenty fifteen to provide daily stool samples from a week before the race to a week after they also collected samples from ten people who were decidedly more sedentary and they tell you the bacteria present in each? And when we looked at this data, there was one thing that really jumped out at us, and it was this genus of bacteria that isn't, so, well, studied vinyl, we found that it was very significantly higher in abundance in the gut after the marathon, but not only that it was found much more frequently in elite marathon, ROY. Owners than in the general population to see whether this microbe might provide the athletes with any benefit the gave some to mice, and then let the little rodents run and they found that the mice loaded with via nila spent more time on the treadmill than those that got lactobacillus and this was an increase of thirteen percent. I think any endurance athlete Ernie athlete in general. We'll tell you that thirteen percent increase is pretty significant. Now the interesting thing about viola is that they thrive on lactate, which is a chemical produced by fatigued, muscle, the bacteria, consume lactate and converted into a fatty acid called proprio Nate, then mice that were treated to proprio Nate, which was delivered via teeny tiny Animas to mimic. It's released by gut bacteria. Similarly extended their treadmill time. And so this creates a kind of positive feedback loop and helps us to understand why vinyl might be enriched in elite athletes. And I. Place, exercise produces lactate, which feeds by Annella by Annella produces proprio Nate, which somehow promotes endurance, at least in treadmill trotting mice, which means that, gut microbes may hold the secret to extending that workout without getting hooked. Thanks for listening for scientific Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Karen Hopkin.
Spare the Rodrigo: Philippine elections
"Philippine voters will head to the polls for mid-term legislative elections. More than eighteen thousand government positions are up for grabs including around three hundred seats in the house of representatives and twelve slots in the Senate in a political system where personality Trump's party some see the ballot as a popularity test for the country's firebrand leader Rodrigo Detaille if his loyalists do well, the president will be able to consolidate his power. Mr. deter take was elected in two thousand sixteen. I win so press crime group the. Nothing. Anti-establishment populist. He promised hardline policies. Three years into his term. He's delivered. He launched a bloody war on drug crime. Dead bodies are being recovered from the streets in Manila. And in one notorious speech even likened himself to Hitler. Loss of third three million. Is three million three million. That'd be happy to slot. Person. Do say is an abrasive character whose son some international opprobrium for all his campaign against drugs, which is turned into a RAV murderous free for all that's killed thousands of people John MacLean reports for the economist from nila, he's less well-known for determined efforts to to peace with was than separatists of south of the Philippines, while at the same time being tough on those who get together with Islamic state and also for his efforts to dial down the confrontation with China over territory in the South China Sea and today Filipinos will go to vote in midterm elections. Why are those elections important for Mr. dude? Jose miss deters has three years left of his single six-year term, and like go presidency needs support of congress to keep governing effectively. Now, he has been quite covering his first year. Years in office in getting most of the legislation he needed urge of the these tax reform program of infrastructure building, which will help keep the economy growing fast. So he has less need of congress in the second half is too, but it's still useful to have to govern affected. Well, I mean, what's sort of changes are in prospect for the second half of his term. Watching needs to do is congress positive the second half of tax reform measure, which will do the economy a world of good Congress's help is also needed in his project to also the constitutions were placed the unitary state with a federal system. Why did Mr. detach? They want to change the nature of governance, essentially, he wants to make sure that the peace plan for the Muslim areas of the Philippines will stand up to the scrutiny of the supreme court. Now, there is a chance the supreme court will declare that these unconstitutional simple answer to that problem. Of course, it's the change in the constitution. Back is the main reason for Mr. turkeys eagerness for federal system. And how popular is he with this program of tax reform and infrastructure and an ambitious peace plan. How's he doing in? The polls wish to do. He has had consistently high ratings in all kinds of England polls satisfaction with his government popularity everything and he's not so much. He's policies that making popular, but he's personality. And I mean, the thing that's we often hear most outside the Philippines is about this brutal crackdown on drug dealers. And the like is that a popular policy is that contributing to his popularity. Well, there are certainly misgivings on many Filipinos about how this campaign is conducted. But in general is perception the crime on seats who's fallen so yes, he's policy has public approval. But it's very qualified public approval. Is there truth to that is crime genuinely down or is it? The very public very visible nature of this crackdown. Kind of contributing to the sense that crime is down crime figures in of the crime figures and many other parts of the world. They say what the police want them to say if he's a section that the streets are safer on the other hand, the campaign against drugs is a very bloody. It said it's so it was not so much a case if these, nurses the criminals, but it's more of a war on drug dealers and predictors of the drug dealers among the police, so it's a free for all where no one knows exactly where they stand and in the event that Mr. Tetteh and his allies are triumphant in this election. We'll vet get worse. You think certainty that will be next affective criticism of the campaign against drugs, but it will carry on anyway. And in that election. I mean who are the credible threats then to Mr. detained and his allies opposition coalition. Who's made the mistake of painting? This election is a referendum on Mr. do. Tessie? Now, the opinion polls show them that the president is popular. That's only one of the senatorial candidates in the opposition is likely to win a seat. Bam Aquino who belongs to the Aquino clan. But is provided to presidents Philippines. Now, political dynasties are big factor in Philippine politics. And another interesting character to watch we'll be Mr. do Turkey's own daughter who is the man of his hometown. She's only session to attain a post. But whether we're seeing him start of a new let's go on the national stage remains to be seen. I think it's highly unlikely that tattoo tech table. We'll step onto the national stage anytime soon, so what do you think? Then we'll we'll have it in this election will Mr. Detaille and his loyalists keep their majorities. Yes. Mr. if you touch there will retain a degree of control of congress. How long that control will lust though is another matter OE politics in the? Philippines is transactional. The president. Is the phones will patronage congress gives the president's support in return for government spending in that constituencies that loyalty to the president's can change quickly. Suddenly when the president tends to become a lame duck is he does towards the end of his term. But for now, you think Mr. Detaille is is safe for the next year or two years. Yes. He's sake towards the end of his term. He will suddenly become laying as it would be. John. Thank you very much for joining us.
Ancient Vanilla Found In Israel
"Baking, it's smells fabulous yet. It's a classic yellowcake recipe dying. And I got the good stuff. My vanilla extract is all the way from Mexico, which is appropriate because that's where vanilla likely originated roughly thousand years ago. The indigenous to- tonic people cultivated vanilla orchids and eventually the Spanish conquistadors brought the flavor to Europe renew started is chosing these origins and the bronze age size of mcgeough in Israel. Archaeologist uncovered a tune containing three jobs inside these jugs were traces of chemical compounds usually found in natural vanilla extract. They must have found vanilla vanillin. This compound gives vanilla its flavor and comes from the seeds of the orchid. There are over a hundred species in this orchid family and tropical regions across the globe. Which means that any even in this tomb. Probably didn't come. Mexico. Instead, it would have come from orchids in east Africa, India or southeast Asia. Well, I'm skeptical. You're saying that vanilla as we know it is actually at least thirty six hundred not a thousand years old. And it's I use was in a completely different part of the world. You're not alone. Some sizes suggests that the chemical components in the jugs could have come from other materials like wood or olive oil. And there's no previous record of nila in the Middle East. But the head researcher of the study argues that such a high concentration of nil and other compounds points specifically to vanilla sounds like more research is ultimately needed. In the meantime, come help me bake my cake. There's moment of science comes from Indiana University. I'm Don glass, and I'm yeah. Cassandra?
"nila" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage
"You just gotta be a payoff fee. Sure. Caramel K. Yes. Love snickers. Oh my God. I love a snitch candy bar. Yes. Right. So that's how I like chocolate. But if you were saying you get to pick from chocolate vanilla always go vanilla all day every day. Really? So I love nila cream like I will eat, you know, back in the day. When I grow up around said Donut shop. Yes, I would go there and I loved the glazed donuts, but what I really love. This giant cinnamon rolls. That were like the size of my head. And you get hot butter on it. Yeah. Yeah. It's titles went to a diet. I'd get it. It's like when I grew up with hostess doughnut hostess, Honey bonds, all that stuff. And as a kid, I thought, oh, my is there anything better, of course, as I got older, and I traveled the world and I'd try to go back to getting one. And it was not my thing anymore. Agreed. I used to love the hot apple pie from McDonald's now is gross greasy bomb. Yeah. And again, some people love them, and it's their thing. It's not my thing or your thing. But there are certain things that are disgusting and still hold a special place in my heart like. A tasty cake butterscotch Crump it I don't remember those and the Tandy cakes that are little peanut butter cakes covered in chocolate. They probably tastes like cardboard from the same company. Same taste. I remember people when I was living in calif-, grooming. People would say, oh, I brought some tasty cakes back with me. I brought you tasty cakes ten minutes ago. What is the appeal here? And I remember living in New York and having tasty cakes, and you know, because I was either stoned or something anything sweet with sugar, and you don't ever butterscotch crimp. It's I'm gonna show you not remember. But it's I call it Crump. I thought there were two dry. No, no. They are not dry. They are so moist. That's a butter scotch. Yeah. I remember that those are good. Yeah. Oh, h and this is a tasty cake. I called it a Tandy Kate. It's a candidate with a K. Remember that? I remember those you know, what it was one dry things that had one too many seen about a chocolate cake. I get it. But. That was. Sometimes things have one too many. No, no. I when I'm eating when I go to this has five stars. It's a five star rate. Okay. All right. All right. Who are those who the people were rating? Tandy cates. The. More. These people you have to I wanna be friends with you have to consider the source. Shit. But I will never give up on my vanilla cream Bill doing it. But I will say, oh, you're just romanticizing you telling you, you would not like it. Okay. If you gave me the crispy cream one versus the old school went I'm going to take the crispy cream on because the base the glazed Donut is a hundred times better than the powdered other one..
"nila" Discussed on Savage Lovecast
"So I think the risk of him being one of those, you know, Madonna whore came up at an earlier, call one of those Madonna whore tixx, but for kink, and they're out there, or, you know, the nila sexist with the person you love and Kankas for somebody that you care about his partner, perhaps or you have more distant connection to so that you can just fully live in the kink roles and not have to shift from arguing about bills or the rent or the grind of daily life to Dom Sabra. Some people can't do that. They can't make that leap. But it sounds like he is one of those people who can't make that leap because he already told you in the context of your vanilla king or even a relationship, you're vanilla king in the context of your vanilla shed that you're doing right now that, you know, king cards are coming. Okay. So a message through a life wouldn't be weird. I guess I don't know. You know, if you're gonna do the message through that life. I would do if you were both sitting side by side if we were able to be sitting side by side on your laptops in the living room frame moment. Message him then so that he can make it's been hard to bring up. It's not. It's like, hey you ever heard that song funny story? I'm gonna make profile offer. If you can't do it you give me his phone number. And I will do it for you. Dating who you think is vanilla you might wanna look Fendt life profile because you win yahtzee. Oh my gosh. Okay. I'm just all still being and thank you so much for calling me 'cause I've been just like anxious to to know what to do about it. Mcnew promise. Yes, we did a call back letting us a whip. Oh my gosh. Yes. Hopefully, it's tears of joy. Give us a call back. Everyone wants to know how this peanut Collado song ends. Okay. Thank you so much for calling me, Dan. Would you buy a t shirt for fifty bucks? If you knew it only costs seven bucks to make hell no and with ever lane, you never overpay for quality clothes ever lane..
"nila" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Twenty million dollars for the entire street. Donald's business is a real estate play Dunkin donuts is actually pretty good. They have they have good margins and don't condone a good franchise. The key. If anyone's looking for France is to find out how much you're going gonna have to pay back in gross marketing costs some of these franchises yet to get ten percent of the money that you pull in to marketing to to the main, you know, franchisor on a Mets the big thing. One thing about Ben and Jerry's is people are always like I want to own a been Jerry's. Here's the deal with Ben and Jerry's. So when you pay your ice cream as a franchisee each gallon or each? Not gallon each drum of ice cream that they put in their Qantas the same amount of money. They basically average the cost of all the flavors, and that's what you pay for each one. So someone would say, well, what's the problem with that? Because if Ben and Jerry's is like fish booed and cookie dough in the best waivers are the ones that people. Like, then why would it matters the average cost of it? Well, because the what is the best selling flavor. Ben and Jerry's. Jerry garcia. Vanilla. So. Every so good. So good rebel your genius vanilla note. Nila nila. Yup. Do you work? Okay. With nothing in it is gonna cost you the most money where do you work that Jerry? Darren where do you work? I don't know. I don't know the action network now. Okay. Sorry to ask you so awkwardly. My producers. Questions that they're not doing their jobs and getting me this information that I need Chris. What did you want to ask? Because Lord knows nobody wants to get in on this conversation. More than you do their favorite ice cream flavor. The whole that's your question. Excellent production work. All right. Good work. We really wow upset. You can't shoot pistachio there. Aaron one likable Darren. On the niche guy a niche guy at the fries, you good question. Outta here. All of you donlevatar fake Marty Smith, you're on ESPN radio to guts. Bharti? You got doing? Right. In. Down here. Nick. Ps. Yeah. That's great. Live at our show with this two guards on ESPN radio. I.
"nila" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen
"Lessened hearing you vice it sounds different in the recording from this tiny bed. Yeah. Maybe just closer to my air. Yeah. Maybe well. Yeah. Maybe right into your shit because it was too I'd late. like to talk directly into your job. Would win public. But I would very much accept it for the sound quality interesting. Maybe people missing out in this. They're really maybe people meet me have the full experience shows will be different. Well. Yeah. Chiming into the audience. Well, it's not that different. Now, that's different toward children books. He doesn't thing where people have to trust that directly. Give people the best possible mouse experience can oh where we meeting you like, what's your state of mind. Like right now, where are you in life and today emotionally and all of that is the last week before Christmas as we I mean, people be listening to this after success. But as we meet. Yeah. When we go it'll be Christmas even the week. You'll be them. He comes you early. Isn't he Christmas? Twenty four th yes, he'll be. So you will be like pretty on edge. And the sun sunlight streaming in through wins. The blinds nice, isn't it? So bright wins this morning. I'm pretty good. I mean, this time of year is challenging 'cause they're too many things like low of people, as you know, people just seem to start having policies like drinks, receptions, and things from by the first of September almost world to have time to go to any of the things that really annoyed what shaky won't too. So this. Folks deadline arrives. He thinking to get things done by Christmas. But in reality that means kind of now because very very soon people will stop replying things. Dan have color projects will have to be finished by Christmas. Nila? What's happened? So I don't I mean, I I wouldn't sound not feeling festive. It's just because I tend to take Cam. Working anyways. So don't don't wish to was kind of. Dancing on tables, fetch copy, mcdumber and stuff. Like that. Will I try and do that at some point? If you don't have we have an office here. These people were with my. So this is the first show, I can potentially. Did that sort of office party stuff? But difficult one of the girlfriend and the other ones. Still too small office really for groping and stuff too. That wouldn't be it would be hard to get a scandal going because we all know by straight. You need you need twice the work with if we could do that. I'm the only man in the impression companies..
"nila" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Sixty two in Pasadena at three seventeen. No change at the top of the box office chart this weekend with Disney's latest animated hit. Ralph breaks the internet still regain lots of money across the nation. How tough? Beautiful. Bows on forever and ever. Ralph breaks the internet set up with a weekend. Total of about twenty six million dollars with the grandch- actually moving up to second place this time with almost eighteen billion. Then drops the latest Rockies series boxing sequel creed to down to number three Philo by fantastic beasts and bohemian rhapsody. Local and state leaders say it's officially over the decades old seventeen freeway tunnel conflict in the San Gabriel valley, and they are moving on the freeway extension project is officially dead says state center, Anthony Porton, Tino, his as they haven't approved environmental impact report for an alternative local streets improvement plan. The final is certified and ready for enrollment not just ending the threat of the tunnel. But paving the way for local traffic driven solutions wanted and needed by our communities state secretary of transportation, Brian Anna says it's time to move on past the tunnel project. So we're disposing of properties. That we have been holed held previously for the tunnel. Officials say next week. Metro's board will begin the process of allocating funds from the now officially dead extension project to local improvement plans in Pasadena, Karen Adams, Canucks, ten seventy NewsRadio. One in five students in the community. College system in LA is homeless and some colleges are trying to do something about it. Paul nila Serta.
"nila" Discussed on Pop Shop
"Thank you so much to Mike Posner for coming in. We really appreciate him speaking, so candidly and honestly about the super motion album and really looking forward to when you all get a chance to hear it. And now it's time for the chart stat of the week to the extreme I'll walk. I'm Mike van not off the stage and watch like Like can't ten do. days. At that. Employs would not play. Don't millage anything bent this week back in nineteen ninety the nila ice. I spade. He hit number one on the billboard hot one hundred with. I know that one that one that that size paper track. The track climbed three to one on the tally dated November third nineteen ninety and marked the only number one four rapper the song, which is based around a sample of under pressure by Queen and David Bowie was originally the b side to a single believe it or not now to familiarize those folks who are young and don't know what a b side means back in the day when the only way that you could actually purchase an individual song was on a physical single that you would purchase in stores the front side of the like, say vinyl seven inch single that would be the ace side. That's the that's the song. That is really the the single. That's the one they're working to radio that the promoting. That's the official single. And then the other side of it the b side the backside would have like maybe a live track or an album cut or something else. But that isn't that is not that is more like a bonus. And I'm like, oh, here's this other thing on the back of it. You know, it's not the thing that actually working as a single. So it was first issued independently as the b side of vanilla ice is reworking of wild Cherry's play that funky music. According to Fred Bronson's billboard book of number one hits. It was destroyed at W A G H in Columbus Georgia that started the story for ice ice, baby. As he liked the flipside of play that funky music better. And started playing it on his station soon. Other stations followed suit and ice ice. Baby. Started to gain regional attention soon vanilla ice Scott signed SBK records and the label released ice ice baby as a proper single it has the a side and the song shot up. The hot one hundred. So you have it this week back in one thousand nine hundred vanilla ice topped the hot one hundred with ice ice, baby. This is bringing up memories because all right? Dr. Dr. Yeah. Collaborate, and listen, my brother. I got him to Cassinga lls for his birthday, I guess the year would have been nineteen ninety because birthdays in April, and if this hit the hot one hundred number wine now, well, maybe we were way behind the times and after number one the following year. Anyway, I got him to casinos. Maybe this will help solve the mystery is is baby. And. I'm hammer can't touch you can't touch this. They were number one around the same Morelli last night. You can't touch us didn't go to number one. Oh, as I'm just like throwing, you know, why are you doing this case? All right here. Why don't we look you're screwing this up caney people need to know about my brother's birthday gifts in the year nineteen ninety. All right. So you can't just definitely released in nineteen ninety we now now. Yeah, you can't touch. This didn't go to number one. Wow. That's wild. Yeah. Yeah. According to Cording to Wikipedia, which we don't like site, but I'm going to an pinch number eight on the hot one hundred is what peak that just look it up in our own. Oh. Number eight. Okay. Any party words while that's all I had. Well, that was my parting words, and I mean, it feels like you can't touch. This is the obvious going outside you do. All right, Hey, guys. guys. Let them. Now with the new frozen, Kraft, MAC and cheese meals. I can give them a complete meal that they'll eat completely. That's right. No more broccoli battles just clean plates. And big smiles so moms, it's time for our victory. Shimmy, what are you doing? I'm doing later. Kraft MAC and cheese meals. So good, it's gone. Find it in the frozen. I'll.
"nila" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"It's too that are. It's so bitter. It really is my grandma drinks block and I, I don't know how she does it back in a civil war. That's all they can do man drink your. Elena, thank you for calling pre sheet that what's your coffee drinker on the remaining? I like a almond latte. Almond milk with maybe like a little bit of the nila in it. Yeah, right now I still like to thirty child tape. I get to pick with a couple of shots of Espresso, but do black coffee with Frenchman Ella. Creamy. Yeah. Some of that French, Manila, creamy. Sugar them mix it up. Like you're talking like legit like coffee mate, like creative studio over the TV through you convinced around in the morning on. Copy off? No, but I can crush some hot chocolate. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Eddie. I like my grown self now is black coffee with the dashes. Cinnamon do black. Obviously, you can say that you like, no, it's just I can take the taste now. My taste buds are done, but it just tastes fine to me. Now I was like you a lot of sugar lot of Creamer. I mean, I could drink at black if I needed to below that season. Now you guys. WPRO from Nashville in Hollywood, thirty seconds, skinny, ultimate announced their make it sweet tour with special guests. Jordan Davis, Morgan Evans, and Mitchell ten, Benny. They also dropped a new song called make it sweet..
"nila" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Talked about going over nila station for the ten ten plan. And I've got one right in front of me for sixty one year old. You know? I mean, that's an appropriate age to start that ten ten plan because the whole idea is to sorta let it grow for a while. And then by the tiny have to start taking your are MD's. And then here you got your tapping right into this account. So this particular listener was able to put in two hundred twenty thousand dollars into the account because it was from a previous employer, and he he wanted to put that money, and they're now it's going to grow you, see, and you mentioned how it does it actually increases. Once he starts taking distributions. Well, guess what distribution age seventy and a half twenty five thousand dollars two years from there? It's twenty seven thousand dollars two years later. It's twenty nine thousand two years later. It's thirty one thirty three. I mean. Okay. So so by the time, he's eighty seven years old he's taking forty grand per year. So. Five thousand up to forty thousand you see because it's keeping pace. With with the market returns and so forth. So this is increasing income, so not only is it life lifetime income for you. And your spouse, if you choose, but it's also increasing income, this is this is amazing stuff. I mean, this is really cutting edge, financial planning and filling the gap. Not something that most people are aware of. And you know, that's the purpose of our radio program. We want to get the words out there that there are things out there that are different. There are things out there that are better. There are things out there without fees or that minimize fees. That will eliminate risk that will give you stock market returns without the volatility, and there are things out there. They give you guarantees like the ten ten IRA with ten percent guaranteed for ten.
"nila" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Point five WDBO. The news media to give you the truth. Dana, latch. I'm watching the story. It's crazy. There was a plane that landed from emerets, you a United Arab Emirates, and it had to be like that people had to be Corinthian something there. This is crazy story. It was at JFK. Passengers are apparently super ill. They were coughing. They had fevers they're quarantined. The crew was taken away. Ten passengers were. It was a quarantine flight from you a ten passengers were removed. Y'all the nila ice is on that plane. This is crazy pilot raised concerns that passengers appear to be sick with fevers over a hundred degrees. And it was from Dubai to New York it landed a little bit after nine AM eastern time. No one's officials are investigating. I swear to you. There's like a scary series. That's on Netflix that started legit just like this. But without but not with vanilla ice like with somebody else. And it was they all ended up being vampires. You guys know what I'm talking about? Like, it was on every sits crazy. It is insane. They said that I mean, it's surrounded by all kinds of emergency. First responders, and they got I need just add five hundred passengers ten of them were taken off holy cow. And they're still investigating. They were all asked to fill fill out of CDC form. And oh, man they had they had to leave and like the edges crazy. They said that one of the passengers that worst flight ever the plane was basically a fine infirmary mope many of these people should have never been allowed to board. And oh my gosh. This just crazy. And one passenger said that passengers run a lower level some not everybody was sick. But they quarantined everything they said they had flu like symptoms. Oh my gosh. It's crazy. All right. Let's kick it into quick five real quick. I'm faster data's quick five. So in.
Facebook Watch is launching worldwide
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Alphabet trounces profit estimates as Google reins in costs
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"nila" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast
"All sorts of cities where ice cream parlors are your local ice cream parlors being affected they've actually taken the nila off of their menus and so i actually have a quote here this is from the bbc so they talked to this woman julie fisher she founded an artisanal ice cream maker called ruby violet seven years ago and she said that quote vanilla was off the menu in her london based outlets for the foreseeable future because she can't afford that pounds it would cost this is like significant and i was reading all sorts of stories from other vanilla producers they're trying to scramble to figure because they have to change their basically how they make their ice cream they have to change intermediaries yellow ice cream producers yes and so they're looking for all sorts of products the are trained to there are companies that are trained to develop other forms of vanilla that can be called on natural actually i thought this was really interesting so standard biotechnology involves inserting gene from an organism into another organism but some biology which they're actually using the energy markets for the next one save for okay for the knock on affect will so this until stuff lake inserting computer generated dna sequences into living cells so basically creating new organisms altogether and that they made a major breakthrough this company called of hoping for nelson that currently they've managed to know they've managed to create a the compound vanillin grow not an vine but rather in a culture of synthetic he's and so growing in vanillin this is still just known yes it's still just been on but all the other vanillin is considered synthetic so this artificial coats on actual maybe it's like some natural technically but they that's natural because of the rules and regulations and how it set up this can be called on actual alright evolve like come on but that would be huge right now it's not as cost effective as needed to be to change vanilla market you know i oh maybe i should finish before i go ahead i get into this but i think that what's so interesting about this and and we we talked something similar with how is that you're putting into chewing on we talked about something similar with we another flavor one this is really good when you chew on it yeah actually we talked about the bug the coca neil so now what is the rent die right now what's interesting is that i think i wish and i wonder if this will happen i okay you really going going to him on this up all here i wish that instead of vanilla would be call to is cultivated maya gas guardianship to this woman who runs his june bug whatever place in the uk and you know she imports vanilla madagascar she imports who knows out okada's mexico you know safran from broccoli making these but and then she her job is to make the ice cream yes you know as we move toward a world where we care more about the actual components of the food and things being on actual which is really what this thing's all about i wish that they just made that that we just let you know the rockin rockets the madda gas are reaons charlotte make up the make vanilla ice cream rather than just make the vanilla because also it's so much better once shipping the benelli you lose all the flavor you might as well just just make the ice cream in you know freezing resin metaphorical resonant and so like i think we will and i hope we do and also for the sake of these people madda gas rocco who are making all the core ingredients but don't get to do the finishing which is where so much of the money is made in the food industry you know i i wish they would just finish the ice cream there that make the ice cream there it would make the chocolate bars and kenya they would they would you know roast the coffee in sumatra rather than shipping it to san francisco to be roasted well it's a huge part of the vanilla market the farmers actually even though it's like record prices they're not paid those all those record high price so what it comes down to middlemen it comes onto all sorts of other things but also the companies so mars is actually going directly to farmers screw moore's that's what i'm saying i wash him but the.
"nila" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And nbc news radio station from the city of angels near the pacific ocean good morning good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world i'm george noory welcome to coast to coast am later on tonight those open lines mystical pious blurred of alter nila annoy get ready for that what's happening it's happened again twenty seconds school shooting this long this time in texas horrible story new details now emerging about the santa fe high school texas shooting suspect who admitted to opening fire in told why he avoided shooting certain students according to a probable cause affidavit and complaint that dentist charges against him the suspect is seventeen years old he was charged with capital murder of multiple persons and aggravated assault against a public servant he shot up his art room school killing ten people nine students one teacher and wounded ten others the suspect has been interviewed and admitted to shooting multiple people inside the high school with the intent on killing people he also reportedly told authorities he didn't wanna shoot students that he liked so they would have his story told he wore a trenchcoat carried a remington eight seventy shotgun and a thirty eight caliber pistol hours after the deadly shoot that left at least ten people dead ten wounded hundreds of mourners gathered for vigil held in honor of the victims and in georgia two people were shot one person confirmed dead following a shooting at the mount zion high school in georgia they're we don't have a lot of details on what's going on dr peter bergen a resident psychiatrist with us peter i know it's too early we don't have a lot of information on the seventeen year old but unbelievable what can you tell us.
"nila" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The region daniel gallus you're listening to the wealthiest week the program that tells you what happened in the past seven days and white matters coming up the secret cost of the nila piracy money laundering theft and murder who knew and if you want to listen to us again on previous editions tight bbc the well this week until search engine armenians newly elected prime minister nicole passion yan we'll meet the russian president flooding my putin next week on the sidelines of a summit in saatchi the full opposition leader in our media was elected prime minister bipolar went on tuesday it had refused to do so a week earlier but changed its mind after continued but peaceful mass protests it's iran recent example of people power installing a new government in postsoviet state rate dimitri has covered the story from the start she interrupted her holiday in rural georgia to speak to us from guesthouse one with the dog as well here it's difficult to predict of course how things will develop but based on what i've witnessed so far i think armenia now is at the height of kind of very positive energy and it can be felt from capital yerevan to other remote parts of the country through which i had drive when i was going back and forth to cover this story the enthusiasm that you can feel in the place it's it's just really i can't compare it to any of my previous visits to the country people are full of hope and hopefully they will be able to achieve quite a lot they're very much inspired by the leader and that's only in the first two days that we've seen co passion yon being elected by parliament as armenia's prime minister kupa chignon doesn't yet have a majority in parliament so do you think he can fulfil the hopes the people have how would he actually manage to govern first of all she wants to change the electoral code so that our media can hold its first democratic free and fair parliamentary elections but some analysts i've spoken to said that he'd likely to come across problems in the parliament boxing any laws the new meaning prime minister is due to meet the russian president vladimir putin next week and i'll menia has had a very close relationship with russia what do you think will happen why.
"nila" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?
"Who minutes of this performance the people are like he is our guy nobody i see nothing else that guy is gonna know line our club you're a goddamn idiot if you can't think that magic is the one take magic take on the ground but then we are you almost have to be though that this movie is about basically white people taking black culture and saying the white guy is the person that we will take we won't take any of the minorities in his crew even though he's a garbage monster we need that guy in our place to be white for all the white paid by the way it's a very white break dancing crew magic is the only yeah there's a guy i like to call white luigi and maybe that it's not pc either but he just has like a spoof currently hair and a big mustache eddie always looks like he's dressed like a plumber but with the midriff sky pride second he does a lot of arms of shirts very good dancer i wanna talk about the guy that was not on mike that we talked about here he's rapping is like i'm riddy rapidy whippet back ripley like it's not saying words and he's not wrapping so fast that he's like it's not like an nila lear not saying actual under i couldn't understand like ribbon riddy rat like here let's listen again here stop saying told me all of us j campaign giving its friends that steve just slows way down.
Black men in Philadelphia arrest settle with Starbucks, city
"Resembling children's juice boxes candies and cookies are under scrutiny by federal health authorities ap correspondent julie walker says the government's giving notice the warning letters were sent to more than a dozen companies some of the packages look like juice boxes warhead candies and nila wafers the fda says the packaging practice is illegal for vaping fumes the agency says children could mistakenly drink liquids which are intended for use in e cigarettes and vaping devices in children exposure to nicotine can cause seizures coma and heart failure i'm julie walker justin timberlake ellen generous no topic is off limits it's the ellen exclusive with my friend justin timberlake they call him i told him that and then he asked me to stop calling him tambi ellen today at three on nbc four tomorrow morning on nbc four lose some weight your phone could be the key one local woman lost one hundred eighty one pounds the results actually end up being stronger the secret to getting healthy using social media tomorrow starting at four am on nbc four ap radio news i'm ed donahue the two black men who were arrested at philadelphia starbucks for just sitting there and not buying something have agreed to a settlement with the city they get a symbolic one dollar each and the creation of a program for young entrepreneurs dante robinson says starbucks boycotts are appreciated but he in rashawn nelson are interested in change very you know what i'm saying we already tried to go that route unless you know approach it from a different angle socioeconomic nelson says they were at the wrong place at the right time because of the outcome a local deputy coroner in georgia says at least five people have been killed when an air national guard cargo plane crashed near the airport in savannah georgia there's been another emergency landing involving a southwest airlines flight there were no reports of injuries after flight nine fifty seven from chicago to new jersey landed safely in cleveland southwest airlines says there were no other mechanical problems with the plane the latest incident comes two weeks after one of the airline's planes made an emergency landing in philadelphia following a mid air engine explosion that sent debris flying into the plane and breaking a window a woman on that flight was killed when she was partly sucked out of that broken window i'm julie walker tie cobb the white house lawyer in the.
Feds crack down on e-liquid packaging that looks like candy, juice boxes
"In the middle of the three minute nonstop news blitz blitzing on now pod challenge back on many kids sick and people blame the packaging they said it was just too appetizing and that's why we're guy will now the federal officials are warning that the e cig liquid companies their packaging needs to change after thousands of kids drink the toxic liquid they're saying he's e liquid companies need to change the packaging that markets tobacco products to children and has led some children accidentally drinking liquid nicotine which can lead to death eight thousand two hundred e cigarette in liquid nicotine exposure among children younger than six between happened between january of two thousand twelve and april of two thousand seventeen that sounds like a lot children are at greater risk because exposure to the nicotine e liquid products even in small amounts could lead to death from cardiac arrest as well as seizure coma and respiratory failure the problem is these liquid nicotine packages one's called one mad hit juice box looks just like a juice box another one's called vape heads sour smurfs sauce car which resembles warheads candy and then the vanilla cookies and milk resembles nila wafers and golden oriole cookies so of course that's why they're saying this is not a great idea for marketing and are they talking about little kids are drinking the stuff that was happening this is eight thousand two hundred out kids are younger than six yeah so so the looks like a juice box and it looks like a cookie package i mean why would they try to figure out why do they make edibles like goldfish in gummy bear i mean it's very confusing i feel like they should not be able to package it like that or market at like that injuries yeah this story upsetting on so many levels sixty five percent of public school eighth graders are not proficient in reading and sixty seven percent are not proficient in math does that surprise you yes surprising richest countries in the world and sixty five percent of public school eighth graders can't read with the scary part of this been going on for years this we've had trouble for years but but not more than half the majority of the students in eighth grade eighth grade can't.
Statue honoring WWII sex slaves removed in Philippines
"Philippines women's groups are up in arms after a statue honoring women forced to work in japanese military brothels during world war two was quietly removed from a seaside promenade officials say it was removed so drainage work can be completed in the meantime at alarmed activists who suspected the japanese government may have pressured the philippines to take the monument down the statue was that of a blindfolded filipina it was unveiled alongside nila by back in december i knew memorial in alabama till lynching victims is getting some reaction thousands of tourists and progressive activists flocked to montgomery alabama while some locals resent the new memorial to lynching victims want says it's going cause an uproar and open.
"nila" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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