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Which Walt Disney World Vacation Add-Ons Should You Buy?

1923 Main Street: A Daddy Daughter Disney Travel Podcast

02:52 min | 4 d ago

Which Walt Disney World Vacation Add-Ons Should You Buy?

"Today we're going to be debating add-ons yes or no right with you know. Well let's just talk about covert because you know well. Have you heard of this thing. This kovic thing so it's like hold. I think it is starting to rise again in multiple places and so on and so forth. But also i've just seen a lot of activity on people booking vacations once again and whether or not there for this summer. The the activity has started with people booking in particular walt disney world vacations. That i'm talking about here or that. We are talking about in this episode. And so when you book your vacation whether or not. It's your very first one or your twenty first one or your hundred. I one you have choices and you have the same choices. Well almost all of them. If you're buying an annual pass whenever those comeback so we wanna talk about these add on because it's a popular topic for return visitors and new guests alike. We're going to start with the park hopper so when you buy your tickets or pass tickets in particular. You have an option to buy the park. Offer it it's an option. It is an option. Should not be an option. Well let's talk about that and we can talk about it in two ways because as we record this here in july park hopper is allowed. But you can't hop until two pm under the current rules which makes it hard. I saw some people talking about four parks. One world sivan planning on doing that for years. You know there should be the cove addition because it's an extra challenge when you can't even make your i hop until two pm which means you have to do three parks after two pm but that aside. What are your thoughts on park hopper cove edition and park hopper normal edition. I mean you should definitely do it. I mean maybe you're not like me. But if i can't park up then i'll just desperately want to go to another park than the one that i was at or that i had booked depending on covert regulations. But i just. I need it so i have the option and oftentimes we will go to one or more parks obviously to more parks in the day and park hopper just as a very quick definition. If you don't know it allows you to go to more than one. Park a day as i said. You can't do that until two pm but you can go back to a park. You can go to three parks. Four parks whatever. It is one more in. Yeah in normal times you can go. You know there's no park pass or any of that stuff so right now you have that extra layer where you have to book a park with your visit will this day. I don't know but you have to go to that park. I and you have to actually go and check in before you can actually use your park hopper option.

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Awesome FastAPI Extensions and Add Ons

Talk Python To Me

01:38 min | 3 months ago

Awesome FastAPI Extensions and Add Ons

"Michael welcome back to talk to me. Thank you yeah. It's really great to have you back. You've been on before and there's a bunch of stuff that we're gonna talk about that you've been up to and we've done so you're back on episode two hundred six when you talked about running django and production and you've had a couple of large sites the been running and most recent wanted by test-driven dot. Io where you do some article some tutorials and some courses right. Yeah so life was obviously much different back in when i was on the podcast back and was at february of two thousand nineteen. But so now. I'm still working on tests from that. I so that say training courses for mid to senior level developers that are looking to learn test-driven developments of micro services and aws of the structure and whatnot. It's mostly. I thought in javascript stuff. Is that right. Yeah yeah yeah maybe some of the time. Yeah a bit. I also get a lot until i continue. Orchestration whatnot liberated cooper. Nobody's lopate of aws's es as well awesome. And so what do you do. Now i am running tests from that. I on the side but my full-time main gig is for monitor. And we as the banner there says we're doing machine learning assurance really doing probably she. Learning governments is probably more like what we to redo the website. That's probably what we would establish machine. Learning governments would be there rather than sheri- but basically were helping to ensure that you're a is what it should be doing in production so that your models are basically inferences predictions that your models are serving up are like within certain bounds centrally

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NBA Trade Deadline Instant Reactions

The NBA Show

01:53 min | 4 months ago

NBA Trade Deadline Instant Reactions

"Got chris ryan who Is on the back end of one of the biggest pump. Fakes of the season Kyle lowry is stained. Put in toronto for the time being and that means that he is not going to the hometown. Sixers guys will share a hometown. How do you feel right now. That cao lowry is staying. Put and all that stuff that we heard that the sixers were going to go after him. The lakers were going. After miami was in the mix there was so many teams in the mix for kyle lowry. What do you feel that. He is not going to your hometown. We also got kyle lowry crying on camera last night waving goodbye to toronto aka tampa so this is a very strange story. They orchestrated this whole thing to make you feel like this was an inevitability. I was never really that confident that we were going to get lower that the sixers were gonna get larry for as much as i would love to see him. Return nova graduate high school basketball legend. That the sixers windows being a compressed a little bit by the media not to blame the media for anything which we are a part of. But i do think that the media ruins podcast right now after everything that we have gone through right now are you are you. All i'm saying is that like it doesn't all have to happen today. And i think what the the move that they did make by acquiring george hill for basically for tony bradley and like some some. Some add-ons is like exactly the move that they needed to make if they weren't going to get lower they got some outside shooting. Got somebody who could probably close games with the steph. Curry ben simmons tobias harris. Joel embiid lineup. Assuming everybody's healthy here's the thing. Logan everybody in sixers is feeling really good about the sixers right now. There's a job here. Beaten up the west coast without embiid. So i i'm not. I'm not that upset about it.

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Sony Set to Close Digital Stores on Older Consoles

Esports Minute

00:50 sec | 4 months ago

Sony Set to Close Digital Stores on Older Consoles

"News for any retro Gamers out. There is Sonia seemed to fully close the digital stores for the PS3 the PSP and the PS Vita according to a report by the gamer.com July 2nd. Will Mark the final days for the digital store on the PS3 and the P speak with the V disclosure to come on August 27th what this means that once the stores go down. No more games DLC or add-ons can be bought online through those discontinued consoles. This is the first time Sonia shut down online services for any console post 2005 a total of roughly $180 million have been sold worldwide of the three councils if you own any of them be sure to take advantage of them. Now is reportedly many of those digital exclusives are going on sale. Just one of the big announcements coming out of Sony along with their acquisition of fighting game championship series Evo just this past week

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Frankfort Pizzeria Owner Sued in Chicago, Accused Of Using Secret Shoe Camera To Record Upskirt Videos Of Teen Waitresses

HouseSmarts Radio with Lou Manfredini

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Frankfort Pizzeria Owner Sued in Chicago, Accused Of Using Secret Shoe Camera To Record Upskirt Videos Of Teen Waitresses

"Pizzeria owner is being sued, accused of using secret shoe cameras to record videos of the skirts of his teenage waitresses. Michael Papandrea Owens Partners ons would stone pizza in Frankfurt as well as to other restaurants. He was arrested and charged criminally in the case last year. New civil lawsuit, filed on behalf of eight alleged victims, says Papandrea required young servers and hostesses to wear skirts. Lawyers also claimed police recently found thousands of upskirt images on a restaurant hard drive, revealing as many as 500 victims over the past decade.

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Over 5,100 arrested at pro-Navalny protests across Russia

BBC Newshour

04:12 min | 6 months ago

Over 5,100 arrested at pro-Navalny protests across Russia

"Arrests rows of riot police liberally deploying their battle ons that has been the uncompromising response to Russia's second weekend of unauthorized nationwide protests. Calling for the release of the opposition leader Alex in the valley and for an end to high level corruption. Down with his are they chanted in Russia's imperial capitals in Petersburg, the anger of today's revolutionaries not directed at the Winter Palace. But Putin's palace, the name given to the president's alleged unofficial residents in Alexey Navalny's YouTube video that's being watched now more than 100 million times. This weekend, One of Mr Putin's closest oligarch friends claimed that he owned the lavish black sea residents will. Mr Navalny is currently in pre trial detention two weeks after he was arrested on his return from Germany. We had been recovering from being poisoned by a nerve agent in Siberia today. His wife, Julia novel, there was among the hundreds who were arrested in the Russian capital. Moscow correspondent Sara Rainsford was also on the streets. So how was the day? It was pretty dramatic. I mean, Barricaded off. There were right place there from the early morning and a lot of shops and stuff have been closed as well. Toe to deter people from coming out. There were small groups all over the place. But suddenly, at one point they all converge near Theory, Leningrad train station and they began heading for the prison where Alexander Bonnie is being held on remand and the crowd. At one point there was a huge crowd swarming across the main road and the police At first, just letting them pass. But eventually, the right place. Reinforcements were sent in in very big numbers. So there were then swift detentions. Dozens. Hundreds of people here in Moscow detained some of them quite brutally being dragged face first towards police fans, mainly a younger crowd. Yeah, you know, itwas compared to last Saturday. I would say that there were predominantly younger people in the crowd this time, So it was a bit more diverse last time. One of the young I don't mean you know teenagers, which is something that the Kremlin and the authorities here accused the missing around the supporters of of bringing out young young people Minors under 18 onto the streets. No, there were students. There were people in their twenties people in their thirties and they were, you know, they were very vocal. They were prepared to shout in the face of the riot place to demand. Alexander van is release. But what was interesting, I think was that of the people I spoke to the vast majority told me that they weren't really big fans of Mr Navalny himself. They were there because they see him as a symbol off a political leadership, which refuses political competition. They see him as a symbol of democracy on as a symbol of choice. Yes, interesting. What you say about the young but not the very young or the old older people? Because are they? Perhaps reacting to what President Putin himself said he talked, I think about The leaders of the movement being terrorists who are using women and Children, Aziz Shields Missing, if only has traditionally had quite a big following amongst the people in their early twenties. He's got a lot of young supporters right across Russia, but I think you know the reason that people were younger today is probably because of the risk they were facing. I think some of the sort of older, more cautious people basically stayed away because Last Saturday. We saw a huge number of people detained more than 4000 people across Russia. It wasn't particularly violent, but people fear for the consequences of getting detained. So this time Slightly younger, perhaps more more prone to taking risks. Crowds there on the streets. But you know you have to bear in mind. What risk you face. If you protest in this country, it is basically illegal tow protest. Even one person pickets when you stand with a placard almost impossible to do these days, so people are facing not only short term police detentions, but often criminal cases, criminal charges. Sarah Rainsford in

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Dallas BasedAmerican Among Major US Airlines Banning Guns In Luggage For Washington DC Flights

WSJ What's News

00:32 sec | 7 months ago

Dallas BasedAmerican Among Major US Airlines Banning Guns In Luggage For Washington DC Flights

"Preparing for the inauguration airports and airlines in the dc area are also adding staff and beefing up security. They have concerns about arm. Protests and potential violence there were politically charged. Disruptions on flights following last week's pro-trump riot at the capitol carriers including american delta are banning firearms in checked luggage on flights to dc. Until after the inauguration guns are already prohibited on carry-ons american says it's also suspending alcohol sales on flights in and out of the capitol.

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How Food Affects Your Emotions with Dr. Naidoo

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

04:54 min | 7 months ago

How Food Affects Your Emotions with Dr. Naidoo

"In this more newly recognized. Feel so what an amazing feeling. Thank you so much for all the work that you do. You've got to list of credentials You're working with mass general. Harvard medical school serving on faculty list goes on and on you've been featured in wall street journal. Abc news harbor fresh goop and many others. And i'm really excited about having you on the show because your topic and your Focus on nutritional. Psychiatry is such an important part of health and healing. So thank you so much dr For being with us. Thank you so much for that. Lovely and kind introduction really appreciate the invitation and showing my work and and i'm standing admiration of the work you do as well so thank you for that. Thank you so. Let's i always like to start the podcast with the pain to passion. You know what was it in you that really triggered that desire to go down that half of traditional archery and you pretty much invented that term. I think You know. I i think in the united states. Suddenly there aren't many practitioners and this isn't a clinic so people have been kind enough to regard me and consider me a pioneer here that You know my johnny really began a back with my family. When i was a child there was always food love. Nutrition and nurturance lodge indian family many cooks in the kitchen But also many medical doctors and are practitioners of this that balance combination of science and nutrition but also nurturance and always brought that forward with me. And when i choose to study. Psychiatry is what most appealed to me. I found that the conversation. That really almost was part of my dna. In i mean within hindu roots it was always the mind body soul connection. There was always meditation. Mindfulness was proud of how we were raised. How we understood at spirituality sudden seventy my background was part of that. And so i felt it was a missing hot When i spoke with patients and it was a young resident in training. And i was learning you to the power of this prescription pad and i was really feeling that they in addition to that they needed more mechanisms to feel better and knew that medical school has this gap for most of us at some medical stool school. String better than others but but many a hostile behind. And i certainly didn't have enough of that. And i felt that that was something i wanted to learn. I will say that you know psychiatry. I loved i. Loved filling in that gap of nutrition but going to culinary school was a pure passion project because it was really about julia child being my food hero when i couldn't cook only lend to later life because they will always matters grandmothers. You know ons older siblings in the kitchen. And i would always be around but i learned how to because i loved signs but it really wasn't expected to cook in lodge in family and so my journey began later but my companion On public television was julia child and she helped me gain the confidence. Because i had moved far away from home and You know it was something that that i had learned to read about. Her life followed recipes realized. She had done this much later in life in his second. Create with autocrat to me. Why not me. And that's really how these these pieces came together for me. But they unexpectedly and in a way that i feel fortunate from very very good so essential number. Four in the seventy central system is to heal the emotional than we often talk about Mind action slow internet nutshell house. Our diet impacts are mood in our feelings. Our thoughts will. It's exactly as you just don't politically. It's it's the fact that many you know when we go on to talk to our doctors zip positions we have conversations about a family. His trip diabetes. So we have conversation about. I gained weight after the holidays. So you know what about my cholesterol. How should i eat. But we're not talking about food in the brain and that's where the emerging Evidence around the gut brain connection which has occurred over quite some time Really fills that gap you know the gut and brain originate from the exact same cells in the embryo. And then they remain connected throughout life by the vegas nov the tenth cranial nerve which connects the gut to the brain and the brain to the gut and simpson's a two way superhighway to chemical messages and other things to travel back and forth.

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How Food Affects Your Emotions with Dr. Naidoo

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

04:54 min | 7 months ago

How Food Affects Your Emotions with Dr. Naidoo

"In this more newly recognized. Feel so what an amazing feeling. Thank you so much for all the work that you do. You've got to list of credentials You're working with mass general. Harvard medical school serving on faculty list goes on and on you've been featured in wall street journal. Abc news harbor fresh goop and many others. And i'm really excited about having you on the show because your topic and your Focus on nutritional. Psychiatry is such an important part of health and healing. So thank you so much dr For being with us. Thank you so much for that. Lovely and kind introduction really appreciate the invitation and showing my work and and i'm standing admiration of the work you do as well so thank you for that. Thank you so. Let's i always like to start the podcast with the pain to passion. You know what was it in you that really triggered that desire to go down that half of traditional archery and you pretty much invented that term. I think You know. I i think in the united states. Suddenly there aren't many practitioners and this isn't a clinic so people have been kind enough to regard me and consider me a pioneer here that You know my johnny really began a back with my family. When i was a child there was always food love. Nutrition and nurturance lodge indian family many cooks in the kitchen But also many medical doctors and are practitioners of this that balance combination of science and nutrition but also nurturance and always brought that forward with me. And when i choose to study. Psychiatry is what most appealed to me. I found that the conversation. That really almost was part of my dna. In i mean within hindu roots it was always the mind body soul connection. There was always meditation. Mindfulness was proud of how we were raised. How we understood at spirituality sudden seventy my background was part of that. And so i felt it was a missing hot When i spoke with patients and it was a young resident in training. And i was learning you to the power of this prescription pad and i was really feeling that they in addition to that they needed more mechanisms to feel better and knew that medical school has this gap for most of us at some medical stool school. String better than others but but many a hostile behind. And i certainly didn't have enough of that. And i felt that that was something i wanted to learn. I will say that you know psychiatry. I loved i. Loved filling in that gap of nutrition but going to culinary school was a pure passion project because it was really about julia child being my food hero when i couldn't cook only lend to later life because they will always matters grandmothers. You know ons older siblings in the kitchen. And i would always be around but i learned how to because i loved signs but it really wasn't expected to cook in lodge in family and so my journey began later but my companion On public television was julia child and she helped me gain the confidence. Because i had moved far away from home and You know it was something that that i had learned to read about. Her life followed recipes realized. She had done this much later in life in his second. Create with autocrat to me. Why not me. And that's really how these these pieces came together for me. But they unexpectedly and in a way that i feel fortunate from very very good so essential number. Four in the seventy central system is to heal the emotional than we often talk about Mind action slow internet nutshell house. Our diet impacts are mood in our feelings. Our thoughts will. It's exactly as you just don't politically. It's it's the fact that many you know when we go on to talk to our doctors zip positions we have conversations about a family. His trip diabetes. So we have conversation about. I gained weight after the holidays. So you know what about my cholesterol. How should i eat. But we're not talking about food in the brain and that's where the emerging Evidence around the gut brain connection which has occurred over quite some time Really fills that gap you know the gut and brain originate from the exact same cells in the embryo. And then they remain connected throughout life by the vegas nov the tenth cranial nerve which connects the gut to the brain and the brain to the gut and simpson's a two way superhighway to chemical messages and other things to travel back and forth.

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Christmas in Holland

Travel with Rick Steves

04:07 min | 8 months ago

Christmas in Holland

"Let's start with what the holidays were like growing up in the netherlands. That's where lisbeth enhanced was born and raised. Thank you said. I should go on radio. Yeah i think so. I'd love to hear what. Christmas is like in your memory. Let's pretend your five year old girl in small town in the netherlands and christmas eve what do you what did you just do. What's happening tonight. And what happens tomorrow. Oh well you see for us. Christmas was really a family. Feast because probably you know in the netherlands. Originally we never had gifts at christmas. It was the real religious holiday and a family holiday. In my case. I remember my mother started. Prepare the house to decorate it and she had little planks and we put mawson eat with a wire and then we put all kind of green leaves like hawley and other little objects to decorate the house and we fixed it on the wall and we put it on the table and then of course we made the wreath for the front door and then you were hoping it would be snowing on the right day. Because i remember the connie fear the big tree in our garden when there was snow on each and my father would put lights that was magic and then just before christmas. My mother came up with the real christmas tree. And you know when. I was really very young. We had real candles but the clip ons real candidates under the tree inside the house yes and there was a white sheet on the floor to protect the four and then there was a basket with water in case the tree would be set on fire so it was only allowed to light the candles when daddy nami were there and we hardly moved of course because there could be a fire but it was magic to see all these flames burning and then we got it a beautiful dog and it was too dangerous so we had to put electric lights but it was still very nice now for a little child. Who is there a santa claus figure that brings the gifts that seat because christmas without presents because our santa claus is called sinter glass and he has his birthday on the sixth of december. So that is the real exciting. Feast for gifts. And i really. I would be willing to set up an association to save that son abrasion. Because i think it's the most beautiful feast in the world. Why well first of all as a child. You believe in santa claus. He is bishop coming from spain on the big ship with his assistance. Who are black pitas. They are funny dressed and are doing funny things at croats. They are little bit naughty. And you're scared of him because he is the one who could eventually put you in the sack if you hadn't been a nice job but year cintas class is keeping book and he's writing in the book if you were good or bad sell. It is very well organized into netherlands because about three weeks before the six of december which is his birthday. He officially arrived on the big ship in amsterdam and this is transmitted on television. So you are looking at it because you know once. He's in the country. Your parents will allow you to put your old shoe at the chimney. Of course many people had central heating of a problem. But you find a solution you put your shoe in front of the door or whatever anyway. Some problems for a child to believe in san nikolas because one hour later after yet seen him arriving on television in amsterdam. He's arriving in your village as well and so you say to mother. How is that possible. So then she usually explains you while there is the real warm and he has assistance because there are so many children like you. The real one cannot cope with all that

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A Look at the New Figures from the Office for Students on Student Transfer

The Wonkhe Show - the higher education podcast

05:35 min | 8 months ago

A Look at the New Figures from the Office for Students on Student Transfer

"We start this week with student. Transfers this week in the office for stevens published data on students who transfer and restart their course in england. Johnny what's going on. Well imagine you're a student who rose up at university and you find you don't like it you've got basically three options one is dropout. One is transferred to a different course and another is transferred to a different university. Possibly a different course. Of course just not liking. It isn't the only possible reason why you might want to transfer you could also find yourself il find yourself with financial problems housing problems needing to move home to look after family. Also thanks and this data released by the affairs gives us a bit of an idea of how big a problem this actually. How big of an issue. It's not necessarily appropriate and it seems like about one in thirty students is transferring and figure seems to be moving downward slightly but there are lots of data problems with getting that number and it looks as frankly. It's if you ask me. They've missed out. Quite a lot of transfers so i think so it's not a small issue and the next question is about whether students have to start from scratch when they transfer and the answer to that is mostly yes only about one in one hundred students get with credit a by my reading of data and so obviously starting again means you're going to have to pay more fees. You're going to have more maintenance costs and the flexibility of transfer is good. We want that didn't should be able to adapt to change circumstances or realize that something might be better for them if they did something different. But obviously the problem doesn't land on everyone equally and this data shows that yet again. It's the students from disadvantaged backgrounds who end up being the most likely to have to transfer At one end of the scale you've got students with parents and friends at university personalized careers guidances. School money for nice accommodation and perhaps less need to get a part time job and at the other end of the scale. You've got someone. Who's i in family to university doubts about whether universities even for the likes of me who's guidance such as it was was about whether or not they could get to university tool not wear or what to study and they're struggling financially with university and there are thousands of individuals falling between those two extremes and we need to make it easier for those who need more help to make it work basically clear. This is interesting. isn't it so when students transfer guests the way. This is framed as students have made the wrong choice. Should we be trying to fix a pre arrival with better information advice and guidance. So should we be trying to fix that through much better. Transfer arrangements both. I don't know yeah. I think there's an element of both jim and you're absolutely right. We want students to to start off on the right course. If at all possible and liaising with schools colleges adult learning groups as well to ensure that students are getting that right advice is absolutely vital but we also want to make to make it as easy as possible I didn't transfer you know. Perhaps early on perhaps at the end of year one. if they haven't quite got it right. I was quite interested as well in in the report in the way i read it. Was that the student characteristics associated with underrepresentation often also associated with an increased likelihood to restart study in that. Got me thinking around sort of issues around resilience particularly for our widening access students. The fact that often these students are really good. Disclosing issues support that they need. They will accept help and and therefore they're often you know more likely to restart study which is really good. But i think there's also possibly an issue for a bigger issue around the ease of credit transfer. It does seem that there's a very low proportion of students are actually able to take credit with them whether it's internally externally and there's a big piece of work i think for the for the sector in terms of looking at you know. Just how easy is it. Take credit with you if you think that you want to make a change. Credit transfer is one of those things which has been the bane of higher education's life decades universities just failing to be willing to recognize what they might have learned to nothing university. And i can see the problems but it's something. It's one of the things that all go the review was trying to fix actually and many things in the org review. I i'm a fan of but one of them was was the fact that he recommended recommended students should gain qualifications along the way they should gain recognition for where they have got to every year of study. Which would create a by default transfer system credit transfer system and it would also mean that dropout becomes less of a problem because for is a is a sort of less extreme version of dropout. It's about being from the some of the causes of dropouts are the same causes for transfer although obviously transfer is a is a less extreme wave it taking shape

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UK economic growth slows for sixth consecutive month

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

UK economic growth slows for sixth consecutive month

"The economic so could the pandemic converses hospitality industry has slowed economic growth in the country for six consecutive month Britain's office for national statistics has said that gross domestic product expanded nine point four percent in October from a month idea the hospitality industry shrank fourteen point four percent in the month the ONS said without this declining GDP would have grown one point three percent in October government imposed restrictions and concerned about Kevin nineteen kept people away from bars restaurants and virtually shut down tourism the economy is expected to slow shopping as a resurgence in corona virus cases led to the closure of most shops and businesses nationwide Karen Thomas London

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President Trump pardons Michael Flynn

Pat Thurston

03:40 min | 8 months ago

President Trump pardons Michael Flynn

"Now part of his former aide, Michael Flynn, which is a reward to Flynn for being loyal. Amber Flynn pled guilty to lying to the FBI way knew that he was having these phone calls it was supposed to be having he got fired after only being in the administration for the 24 days. Something like that. So which is, uh, to Scaramucci is so Flynn is is gone. And then the Miller investigation kicks up and they're like, Oh, well, we got Flynn. I mean, he was lying to us. So then they used him for Basically the kind of leveraged him in order to to bring out more information. And then all of a sudden, the Justice Department said. You know what? Mueller? Let's limit the scope of your of your investigation. You can't follow the breadcrumbs to anything else that might happen, so it just turned into a real You know, just a real mess. You know, Flynn was supposed to be Sentence. The Justice Department said to the judge. We want to drop the charges dropped the charges. He just pled guilty. Yeah, but we don't want to charge him. And the judge said, No, That's not how this works. So how any of this works? And so that was that was being hung up in court, and Trump just came outside. Dad. He's off the hook. I worry about the trump phenomenon. Not because of Michael Flynn mean Michael Flynn will score some gig with some, You know, Trump pissed. He's got too much money in some industries somewhere, whatever. Security consultant. International affairs, blah, blah, blah. I'll get something Worry about the trump the trump phenomenon. We had a gentleman who called us earlier in the show, and he was He was sort of the same mind set is I am And that is It's not Trump It's It's the playbook that Trump is writing, or rather resurrected from past leaders, not American leaders. Here. You've got a charismatic Well known figure. And I mean, he figured if we blew up the world of politics in United States, but he tapped into what is a psyche that we've seen play out historically. That ends up hitting neighbors against neighbors and races against races and it divides the country into the haves and the have nots even further, and he knew this. And he used it to his advantage, and he got rid of anyone that was willing to challenge his power like John Kelly. Like Rex Tillerson, who somehow ended up looking like a good guy by the time that he was done James Mattis, Dan Coats Sally Yates, who I just mentioned selling, it's got fired because she wasn't willing to Theo defend them. The Muslim ban Right? Uh huh. Trump eventually filled his inner circle. With under an unqualified loyalists. He was He was trying different people along the way. John Bolton ons. I make the best hires Bolton. Get him out of your fire That guy because even these people Who Were power hungry enough to take jobs with Trump. Couldn't compromise their own morals so much that they followed him. He finally is able wrapped himself up in people like Manoogian. Who are Willing to do whatever it takes. To do whatever he wants. And then he wouldn't play golf. The president's schedule was

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Xbox Series S Review

DLC

03:43 min | 9 months ago

Xbox Series S Review

"The first console to launch. On tuesday of this last week was the xbox series x and s so i should just. We'll just start in chronological order and i. I have lots of thoughts about the xbox series x. But i'm actually very curious andrea about the xbox series s because i saw on your instagram and twitter that you have one of those the smaller less expensive consoles. And you're really. I think from what i read. Taken by the form factor. If nothing else right. I love that little thing. So xbox was kind enough to send what could games and xbox series x so i purchased for myself an xbox series s because i knew that i was going to need one in our. What's could game studio. But i also wanted one in the living room where i'm going to play it most of the time and so like well. I don't really need four k because streaming and four k still just isn't really a thing that's available on twitch rip mixer they really were doing high resolution streaming the best out of anybody. I know that caffeine actually doesn't pretty good um high resolution streaming as well. But i was like what the xbox series s is going to work for me in the studio because i don't need really more than fourteen forty p and i love the form factor. It's so small. And i love that compared to the vsbn. Which is just a monster ons. Which i know we'll get to in just a little bit but the value proposition. That microsoft is bringing with xbox game pass. Xbox game pass ultimate in for those who are interested xbox game cloud x. cloud wherever they're going to finalize that name to be. I think that it's a really great opportunity for people to get in and obviously we saw the news that we're gonna talk about just the second year that microsoft announced its their biggest console launch ever and that is to do because of the xbox series s. I agree having that low price. Point was really smart. i mean obviously. We've seen nintendo reap the benefits of having a low price point for new hardware for generations. Now and it. It actually like the sony and microsoft finally got around to realizing. Oh yeah if we don't charge through the nose for these things people buy more of them But tell me a little bit about your experience using the the s are you noticing Does it feel like a generational upgrade from your xbox one. It's interesting that you bring that up because that was one of my critiques of the new consoles that they didn't feel like a gigantic leap forward from the xbox one x specifically now i know that most consumers are probably changing generations between their original xbox one or potentially they have the xbox one s. But there's probably not as many people. Doing what i did going from the one x to these series x and the series as the low times of course are definitely faster. But i think microsoft. I don't know how. I really feel about the fact that they did not change the i like. They launched this he on the old generation and they kept at the same. I know that there's a big portion of the games out there that are like thank goodness. I don't wanna have to relearn something. But i just i think it kind of takes a little bit of that shiny sparkly new console feel away from it and overall. I just didn't think that outside of the loading times that there was anything dramatically new. And i think a lot has to do with the fact that there wasn't a first party exclusive game like now they have launched with halo infinite in halo. Infinite was running at sixty frames per second fourteen forty p on the xbox series s different story.

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UK government under pressure for COVID-19 strategy

Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

05:56 min | 10 months ago

UK government under pressure for COVID-19 strategy

"Emergency covid downs across the north of England to put the division between Westminster and the rest made Steph into shot relief. Mass journalists voters across the North voicing their anger being dictated to as city leaders discovered happening towns through front pages, twitter blogs. According to Lisa Nanday, the government doesn't even know where weakness and a new report by End Child poverty was just came out says that even before the pandemic child poverty was rocketing in the north and Midlands eight of the ten. Hardest hit areas is England less the union fracturing. Alex Scotland Wales Northern Ireland each have their own approaches to covert the government is trying to centralize control of England even though English, cities and regions were desperate for the more path more local strategies has that approach failed? Is it going to have to be more more regional? I think I don't think it's a one ONS official question. For instance, when it comes to things like testing trays I, think to have a national overarching. Sort of strategy is a disaster because obviously local people will know how to do that better. But when it comes to for instance. You know. Contagion rules. I think collaboratively in simplicity of the message is so key to their success that having a sort of different set of rules complicated rules depending on one postcode or another I think that will fall down I. I can't see that looking. I'm Scott this perceived as doing much better than England, and Cave in Wales to the extent. Are. They really doing better. Do they just have? To they have better messaging that Nicholas Sturgeon is just somebody is more trustworthy Boris Johnson. Better messaging is part of doing better. Possibly one of the key banks. I had to look at a fairly comprehensive study by the Center for Constitutional Change that looked at the totality of what we loosely termed as the first wave and found a covert destroyed trajectories peaked sooner in both Scotland and Wales and came down foster. So one could say that national OAKTON, which came too late for England came even more disastrously nights from Scotland and Wales. But death rates were significantly above national average for England and consistently. Wales and Scotland so I, think yes they have objectively done better. I had Frank Cultural Boys on the Today program saying he actually missed springs national lockdown lockdown gold because the whole country was in the same boat. Matt downs are driven by local infection rates but they all currently in the north I'm is this crisis sort of making the relationship between national local government, the north and the south worse or at least more more strained yeah. Undoubtedly I mean he's also contains enormous opportunities in some ways for Metro Mas- in the North it's interesting that you've seen. You've seen the London Meh. Saudi con his authority has really diminished because he's been basically take files funding in which he greatly depends is being held. So tightly in could be manipulated so much by central government that he doesn't have as much leeway as he used to. Conversely in the north, they know that they can They can basically demand certain things in exchange for cooperation about Kobe measures. So this puts the whole metro messing I mean previously, they were seen as you know, a Nice Democrat Nice Democratic Nice to have but not something that had genuine power, and now of course, because of covid they do it's also worth. Mentioning that Johnson himself has no real idea think of how to hold north-and-south together. If you read his conference speech last week, the only mention of the North was north London in the context of a cultural jibe, the only mention of Scotland and Wales where in the context of wind, power. he really doesn't think about this stuff any session he hasn't given any attention to how to negotiate this new difficult and fragile relationship a rope, the prominence of some of these regional mez Andy Burnham Steve. Rotherham. that. Make the case for a larger. Merrill based system in this country when you labor introduced mayors lately took on in some places and then and then Nelson others. But you think they'll be more appetite for these figures. I mean it's it's it's hard to say because there wasn't a great dealer appetite for them when they were introduced I suspect because of their dynamics that was thought to see here the sort of purchase pull dynamics with the man's the big regional setting themselves up as defenders of particular cities or city regions against the hostile government. That's a great dynamic building, your legitimacy with voices building a profile, and it may well be the other places. Look at this and think well, I'd rather like to have an undefined and in my case, my sanity or Steve Rotherham because at the Reimann way rose again knocks I've by government, but there's no one in our corner as I think he could. Well. Stimulate that kind of demand the difficulty is no everywhere has like an obvious relation sensitive build a city region around. So I wonder what will happen for the places you know those rather I was towns That was so crucial in the twenty nine election How would this kind of system worked for them?

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Founder of Dr. Sturm Skincare, Dr. Barbara Sturm

Breaking Beauty Podcast

05:04 min | 10 months ago

Founder of Dr. Sturm Skincare, Dr. Barbara Sturm

"So you grew up in East Germany like. Yes. Wow. How was that? What was that like? Does it seem like a distant memory now? Yeah. Because you know damned forty eight now but definitely you grew up in a in an environment where boggles matter friendship breeding matters inability matters no way that you can rely on on friends and. Thanks, you need a life. So I think it's a good upbringing. That's for sure. What do you think was most formative of childhood that you can kind of say that's why I am who I am today. You know I, think you entire life makes you the person you're obviously also what your parents teach you and what your parents live like and my parents from very much teaching ons too key both feet on the ground and. Always be kind respectful to other people no matter who they are and. That is something which you know. I think up to today by value by doing so. And I grew up like this and I guess out. So when you don't have a when you don't draw in extreme luxury, you know when you grow up just a few things, you become very creative and you resourceful intonations and. Keep. Going for the things you want I think that's also something. which gets less and less this society because the children for today pretty much everything from the board. I think it's a different generation. What is the most quintessentially? German thing about you I used to be always on time I'm pretty much on time still. One point it's very German, and so I think I'm sending for quantity and technology in science i. think that is something very German. I remember that Carly member we went on that navy press trip to Hamburg and it was to the second yeah. Yeah we were like Oh, my God, we gotta get to the lobby like. And then German. The wet lead you to get into medical school and you know decide you wanted to take that path. My mother was a lead doctor and she took me to the hospital. When I was a kid, you know to go on visit patients and stuff. So I got into this Medicare idea very early when it was four years already decided I won't be a doctor himself. And never changed. You know to score studied medicine. And I came Dr Early on i. read that when you were in medical school you you're also a young mum and a single mom at that time, and so that couldn't have been easy. Maybe not a lot of people know that part of your story. So was there a particular mantra at that time and you're juggling so much like what helped? You get through through that time. So I was mother was twenty three and I just had done my first big step in medical school and gratefully at that time as their had my mom to help me a lot with my kids but I, think it's just you know you go step by step I think one of my mantras really to take things. Don't look too much out what's going on in the future because then you definitely get around. So step by step and put a checkmark behind everything in Italic Sawed. So with having tried and going to school and do all these days are just doing them. Moving forward, I think that helps you know not stress about future. Just get it done and you become a manager yourself because you have to keep all the balls in the at the same time I'm really good at this now. and. So you became a medical doctor in the field of orthopedics. How did you meet the late great? Koby Bryant. So so I came into other pigs by chance originally wanted to get into pediatrician because at my chide I couldn't see the kids suffering. So I decided okay. 'cause also studied sports, parents, medicines. I win the peaks to do my doctor studied there and I like all the peaks but I was also interested in aesthetics and I had to wait for to get a place in the clinic I wanted to start working and I had to wait half year in this year I decided to go. clinic and then I loved you know working in science so much. Stayed there and didn't go to Tadic's pedic's than I did later but I stayed there pioneering this treatment, we the proteins from God's and decreed cometary proteins to stop the inflammation and the aging process in the joins and we had so many people coming for treatments from everywhere from the word courts, people and people with joint problems in Australia tried is in you know. So we got to meet a lot of people. Not just you know sports

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Speech Processing for Disease - Dr Ami Moyal, President, Afeka Tel Aviv College of Engineering

The Voice Tech Podcast

03:29 min | 11 months ago

Speech Processing for Disease - Dr Ami Moyal, President, Afeka Tel Aviv College of Engineering

"Center for Language Processing Quick Example was founded by eleven years ago after I spent fifteen years in the high tech industry as a research engineer vice-president technology, and CEO. Since then the centre has grown to be the largest research. Sentiment is bound helpless on Applied Research Field With project completed for the defense industry high companies, the medical field and more. Most recently, the language processing has been researching the use of speech processing, not sufficient diligence algorithms for providing a quicken, readily available three diagnostic assessment of Covid, nineteen infection we belden need for human intervention. When it comes to a rapidly spreading virus such as covid nineteen with millions of potential carriers Goud the global population. It is essential die identified like carry-ons virus at the early stages confection in order to private as testing efforts and break the chain of mission while it's great to hear there's just so much going on in Israel in the in the research failed, and specifically around language processing, you guys are really applying it to one of the most worthy and needed causes at the moment, the pre diagnosis of covid nineteen. Completely, understand the need to prioritize testing efforts. Tests are in short supply so you really do have to get to the right people i. I'm rendered. There was some talk around whether it was possible to use voice for the diagnosis of Kavita. This is a couple of months ago. Remember I'm on the on the what's that groups and things? I'm part of people were skeptical that it was actually possible. So tell us. Is it actually possible to use voice files, voice recording speech even coughs and non? Verbal. nonverbal recordings of of a human voice to be able to diagnose covid nineteen. That is precisely what our current research is into. After consulting with physicians specializing oratory disease and ear nose and throat, as well as with doctors conflict within coronavirus patients, we learned that among the earliest symptoms. So covid nineteen. Vocal the. And throat infection. These affect human localization patterns. We are modeling samples of speech coughing and breathing from both symptomatic and Azima the night to carry us to compare with models taken from healthy subjects. AUTOMO-. We are also modeling vocalisations subject the tested negative for covid nineteen yet are exhibiting similar symptoms shot such as those infected by the common flu. DC will a loaded the commodity who differentiate between someone who is likely a carrier and someone? Well. That makes perfect sense I mean obviously someone who is infected and is showing symptoms is going to sound different to someone who is isn't so I completely understand how you can train these machine learning models to recognize the difference I'm fascinated by the ability to be able to distinguish between different diseases though because I would imagine the you know if you have one type of disease or another, the reaction of your body would largely be the same the produce flam in the lungs which would come up in a fatal throw in different ways I'll be really really interested to know what the difference is. In how that sounds depending on the on which disease that you have

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Jerry Falwell Jr. officially resigns as Liberty University president, university confirms

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Jerry Falwell Jr. officially resigns as Liberty University president, university confirms

"Jerry Falwell Jr announced his resignation Tuesday as the head of Liberty University after Vocativ photo and revelations of his wife's extramarital affair Royal, the evangelical school founded by his father, according to Liberty University officials. Falwell initially offered to resign on Monday, hours after a news outlet published an interview with a man who said he had a year's long sexual relationship with Becky Falwell and that Jerry Falwell Jr participated in some of the layers ons. The university confirmed in a statement that it's board had accepted Falwell's residue. Nation is president, chancellor and board member, all effective immediately.

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"ons doing" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"ons doing" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"That dog crying of ours came to the United States due to the use of E. cigarettes or vapes and that number there were all those stories about this mysterious lung disease that people who were vaping had and nobody knew you know what what exactly it was there saying that those were misdiagnosed corona virus cases of come ons does like to two years ago unless well they're saying they were misdiagnosed coronavirus cases end but vice did some digging down and they quoted Chinese American is that that she found that most Chinese people believe the U. S. brought the virus to China and they call it the USA virus you gotta wonder what the average Chinese citizens news consumption is like you know like what is it like this like I want to just open up a website like okay I want to experience my life as a Chinese citizen today I want to be you know I want to be in the countryside somewhere that some suburb of Beijing show me in English if you could please because I don't speak Mandarin how we do this right I wanted I want to see what kind of news consumption they have what it what they say about trump what is it about corona virus how many cases does China have worded this thing starts how is it traveling and believe me very thank you when you're doing a public service you're relaying it to me but it be fun to do it as an immersive matter just to jump right in and just ABS and just live in their filter bubble Friday and figure out okay how to view the world as a Chinese citizen I'm have you ever listened to CNN or have you yeah have you ever tried to speak to someone who watches CNN twenty four hours a day it's on in the background all the time because if you have you just answered your own question the I gotta tell you like it's much better to watch all of it I do like because of the nature of the work that we have to do but it's it's much better if you can you can actually like sort through the nonsense and figure out what's right and what's wrong and what's true instead people live in these like crazy filters and imagine what your point is well taken people in the United States already live in their own filter bubbles imagine being a Chinese citizen who doesn't have a choice that's very true yeah they don't have a choice are there it's like it's like Tom Hanks in the movie were he was stuck in the airport because that would be your only source of news that would be CNN if you're stuck in an airport for a really really long period of time then you would know a and also you'll be pleased to know that YouTube is finally deleting comments with two phrases that insult China's Communist Party it's about time that they got around to that because you wouldn't want to solve the GDD China's Communist Party so there's been some digging into that is like a what is not happening wired what these there are two phrases that are automatically deleted on YouTube it takes fifteen seconds and it's just the Chinese symbols their English language translations though are not deleted their deleting it clearly for a Chinese audience yeah well report does China have the my Chinese leftovers later today C. cannibalism there you go eight twenty three W. I. L. right now.

"ons doing" Discussed on Mission Daily

Mission Daily

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"ons doing" Discussed on Mission Daily

"AC- working collectively on the subs great mission In addition to talking to customers speaking with community members which I've done a several of those conversations over the past month include also talking to A whole group of our customers who are consuming products that I mentioned earlier on teams product and not tonight's box on so that has given me I would save a deep perspective three sixty perspective on you know how the company got threat today the value that we add in the community the value we add for our customers and ultimately the the auction it to make a huge difference On all those fronts after the next decade so you can talk about. We'll be banning on doing in the future. I not to really scale company from where we are today. Call it ten times from where we are today And really and really serve as we like to call it a help right scripted. The future by serving developers and technical knowledge workers and so. It's really WANNA really focused on that. And delivery and outstanding us at experiences and products and outcomes for for that group one of the things that we see a lot now is like almost like tech companies in tech leaders are expected to provide in their companies or supposed to provide like a civic duty where stack overflow priority is going to be going forward where what positions and I guess causes. Will the company care about going forward One of our key out say strategic priorities for twenty twenty s to make sure that we have Bay Significant amount of community engagement and intrusion at Mitchell. Be Welcome developers and again. Who knows 'cause from all dice Bora invade US Places backgrounds and that really. We you know we would love to work with There so many so many great organizations out there around the world Like backhoes code is an della. There's women who code. There's so many different organizations that I think Who have such compelling admissions? We'd love to partner with To jointly achieve other goals So we know almost open invitation of the folks that are listening on this. All of it left We're not going to work with you. it say you know if you're interested in partnering with us in Policy Leveraging our reach around the world stopping here's where I gotta ask you and your decision making right. So you're you're talking everybody. You're talking to customers talking to team members. You're hearing things that they'd love. You're also probably hearing things that they don't like right and then there comes the idea. There's gotta be some level of prioritization. I guess what will you use in your decision tree to start prioritizing how to write the script of the future I mean? It's a big goal right but there's a million things you could do. So how will you choose what to focus on I? That's a great question. I think almost entirely you know being You know. Ceo Any leader. I would say with an organization a lot of it comes down to prioritization and what folks on and all of that comes down to a nailing down near the top initiatives of strategic objectives of the company given the mission of what I described it on helping the future And then the vision for the company of where actually growing up. We are trying to grow rapidly based on the option. That's in front of us out which we believe is is definitely the case And then what are we going to do is the the? Why are we doing it? Then there is the. What are we trying to accomplish? And then how are we going to do it? And the how is really the top five Initiatives that we we wanted to nail and that a lot of that has to do with Rapidly scaling our teams Sacral fatigues product. And making sure that read. We make sure that customers are aware oil. You know the community's aware that we are really trying to serve them in multiple dimensions In beyond the community and give this Folks are aware about products and and all the initials are working on and also to deliver an outstanding product value proposition by having by deep feedback loops with the community with customers etc and ultimately You know the most important priority for us is to make sure that we have high levels of community engagement and add really inclusive of all the developers that are coming into the workforce from I would say all parts of the world with diverse backgrounds and we WANNA make sure that we are the platform that they continue to come to to you know seek Kansas that APPs questions or any questions as on board into into the side is ecosystem so all of that ultimately those are our priorities in those came about as a result of being very clear on our mission. You're serving the target customer. You will love you know who we're really ultimately You know trying to make Whose lives to make better. And then ultimately our own growth goals of as a as an organization. Yeah no this is phenomenal. One thing I wanted to ask you is you know so. We see for example across our shows when we talked to difference US how fast education trends are changing among developers specifically right where more and more people are learning. Were self educated. We're going to all these other schools. I'm sure stack overflow sees that itself. It's it's got it's like an education ground yourself. Are you seeing like a higher? Velocity of account setup sign-ons. Do you know that if these people are younger than ever? Or what is it? I guess. How's your community? Transforming absolutely I mean we have close to just about the scale of our of our organization. Right we have a guy mentioned. Fifty million people show up fifty to sixty million people depending on the show up on our website on a yearly basis be have a tremendous number of people have new accounts on a monthly basis. Almost hunted one hundred fifty thousand people signed for new stackable account every month. So that's sort of one hundred fifty thousand twenty. That's a lot of people so We we do collect a lot of structured Feedback and you know. Be Do for example. Our annual developer survey and B published. October nineteen results. So the showcases what you're describing. Which is the the number of people that are beginning to enter into SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT? Writing Code at the demographic is certainly changing. I think I think over half the respondents Awad re nineteen episodes had written their first line of code by the time they were sixteen years old right. Well one six which is which is phenomenal. If you think about just the impact of what they're gonNA do their impact on the world's You know it will in the coming decades is GonNa be phenomenal other things that we've learned is that many many people who come to our website are actually coding as a hobby. You know I think over eighty percent of our report something like ninety thousand people. In our savvy Something that range and close to eighty percent of those who responded said they code They were using his hobby or they were. Coding was a hobby of this. As an example right. And it shows that about forty percent of the folks that have been goading professionally You know have been coding professionally for less than five less for less than five years. So the point is that there are a lot of new folks coming on board I into the ecosystem and we are a massive enabler Steroid shot if you will or accelerate for their learning To be able to grow rapidly in their careers. When you have I guess such a community in. Let's say their nascent in their career. Right you mentioned before like you know how young they are. How how many do as a hobby? And I'm going to imagine those numbers grow is as every company seems to involve more and more the fact that every company seems to be having a software component to their business right. How do you see that? Impacting on the products and services. You guys have to deliver because theoretically you're going to have to be on the front end right because it takes probably a year. Maybe two.

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"ons doing" Discussed on Marty and McGee

Marty and McGee

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"ons doing" Discussed on Marty and McGee

"And please join us eight at eight seven to nine three seven seven six eight at eight say ESPN, and we did not do this at the top of the show because we were too busy rewinding our own weeks. Now, it's time for the actual Rougerie one. Follow sleep after happy hour. No WI fi on the tractor. Just coming back from fishing. Time to catch up the rooster rewind on Mardian McGinn. What you got me? Well, this was interesting week was very interesting. It was a great week a great week Erica some big old quarterbacks making some big old decisions. When guys that were very familiar with. The day job in the fall. Not only are familiar with but admire. Yeah. So much collar Murray made a substantial shift in direction of his future for those of you who live in cave for the last eighteen or so months Colin Murray last year was the ninth pick in the major league baseball draft to the Oakland Athletics. Good a decent little accomplishment in life. Right. Four point something million dollar a lot four point six six. I might have made that up Patrick Grandy one of y'all make sure that's correct. So that our listeners misled. But given the fact that Tyler won the Heisman Trophy and wild everyone in doing so. As made the decision to enter the National Football League draft and angry. And as what is now projected to be verse router is that accurate? Yeah. I mean, I think that the the thought process is looked I'm gonna make a whole lot more Jack being a first rounder any NFL, then I would on that slow burn grind to get to the show. If you ever get this show. I'm actually reading Chipper Jones look right now ballplayer fantastic fantastic book. And I saw him play for the forgotten. It took him so down to get to the league. And not only that he had a stat in there where in nineteen ninety one. I think it was they were at spring training and David Justice Cain to speak. David Justice had had won the rookie of the year the year before and Justice. Combs to speak to all the young guys who were attempting that were in rookie ball trying to make it trying to make. Two of the like ninety guys who is eighty something guys. Two of them ever put on a major league of and I never heard of the other guys. Well, it's the city in some of these guys get their don't get there, very long. So I saw I saw Chipper play for the Sumter Braves. I saw him play for the Greenville Braves. I saw him play for the Durham bulls. I mean, he he he is good at. And we knew you watch a lot of Myrlie ons. Do watch a lot of our you ever seen my hat collection to minor league. Baseball rocks by last year while ago the ball Palash, our to my one hundred mile ballpoint want a made it to one hundred. Let's come on my collection collect Marley click on new you had a lot of obscure heritage shirts and collect Marley baseball. But the rule is gotta go to the game like this smy mainland. But if to the point so but in the team, I used to work for the Asheville tours covered Russell Wilson when he played for the astral tours says one summer of professional baseball. And it is a guy tweeted this When Collor Maury was announced who's going to enter the draft, which doesn't go play football the his go enter the draft. And I said it'll be interesting next year. When if he's watching like, you know training camp reports from sportscenter on his phone while he's on the bus ride the phone. The Modesto is played the Modesto nuts and his own way to go play the whoever's up California league because it's it's it is a grind here. But long term if you really believe that you're gonna measuring baseball long-term, there's so much more money. If you think you're the guy that you're going to be. But is there yet you mean in baseball football in baseball? I disagree with you. And I'll tell you what. Endorsements. If you are Hyler Merv, and you are the number. Let's call it twenty eight Reich in the draft or whatever I and you go ball the way that you look your column erred on the Heisman a young fiber. Handsome smart. Young may rated you said that the NFL com. Projecting to the patriots up pretty good gig. Okay. Gotta work. So what what is that?.

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"ons doing" Discussed on Marty and McGee

Marty and McGee

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"ons doing" Discussed on Marty and McGee

"And please join us eight at eight seven to nine three seven seven six eight at eight say ESPN, and we did not do this at the top of the show because we were too busy rewinding our own weeks. Now, it's time for the actual Rougerie one. Follow asleep after happy hour. No WI fi on the tractor. Just coming back from fishing. Time to catch up the rooster rewind on Mardian McGinn. What you got? I'll me. Well, this was interesting week was very interesting is a great week a great week Erica some big old quarterbacks making some big old decisions. When guys that we're very familiar with. The day job in the fall. Not only are familiar with but admire. Yeah. So much collar Murray made a substantial shift in direction of his future for those of you who live in cave for the last eighteen or so months Colin Murray last year was the ninth pick in the major league baseball draft to the Oakland Athletics. Good a decent little accomplishment in life. Right. Four point something million dollar a lot point six six. I might have made that up Patrick Grandy one of y'all make sure that's correct. So that our listeners misled. But given the fact that Tyler won the Heisman Trophy and wild everyone in doing so. As made the decision to enter the National Football League draft and angry. And as what is now projected to be a first round. Is that accurate? Yeah. I mean, I think that the the thought process is looked I'm gonna make a whole lot more Jack being a first rounder any NFL, then I would on that slow burn drying to get to the show. If you ever get this show, I'm actually reading Chipper Jones book right now ballplayer fantastic fantastic book. And I saw him play for the forgotten. It took him so down to get to the league. And not only that he had a stat in there where in nineteen ninety one. I think it was they were at spring training and David Justice Cain to speak. David Justice had had won the rookie of the year the year before the injustice. Combs to speak to all the young guys who were attempting that were in rookie ball trying to make it trying to make. Two of the like ninety guys who is eighty something guys. Two of them ever put on a major league of and I never heard of the other. Well, it's the city in the Gaza get there don't get there. Very long. So I saw I saw Chipper play for the Sumter Braves. I saw him play for the Greenville Braves. I saw him play for the Durham bulls. I mean, he he he is good at. And we knew you watch a lot of Myrlie ons. Do watch a lot of art you ever see my hat collection day. Minor league baseball rocks by last year while ago the ball Lascaux, I went to my one hundred mile ballpoint once a made it to Milwaukee hundred. Come on my collection collect Marley click on new you had a lot of obscure heritage shirts and collect Marley baseball. But the rule is gotta go to the game like this smy mainland. But if to the point so but in the team, I used to work for the Asheville tours covered Russell Wilson when he played for the astral tours says one summer of professional baseball. And it is a guy tweeted this When Collor Maury was announce who's going to enter the draft, which doesn't go play football the his good enter the draft. And I said it'll be interesting next year. When if he's watching like, you know training camp reports from sportscenter on his phone while he's on the bus ride the phone. The Modesto is played the Modesto nuts and his own away to go play whoever's up California league because it's it's it is a grind here. But long term if you really believe that you're gonna measuring baseball long-term, there's so much more money. If you think you're the guy that you're going to be. But is there yet you mean in baseball football in baseball? I disagree with you. And I'll tell you what. Endorsements. If you are Hyler Merv, and you are the number. Let's call it twenty eight Reich in the draft or whatever I and you go ball the way that you look your column Murray on the Heisman a young fiber. Handsome smart. Young may rated you said that the NFL com projecting to the patriots up pretty good gig. Okay. Gotta work. So what what is that?.

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"ons doing" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"ons doing" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Berlin The story that, we were told for years and story which of course has been debunked in various versions already is that Hitler made, a last stand, with his closest friends his new bride and the people that were willing. To go down in flames with him literally take poison shoot themselves. Whatever to never leave their Fuehrer's side And the Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun Were committed murder suicide In the bunker after asking that their bodies be essentially cremated with petrol up on so that there was nothing for the. Soviets to desecrate yet the Soviets got a piece of their bodies and and it was a big use for awhile whether or not. Hitler could have survived there had been other Hitler doubles that. Had been floating around the intelligence agencies knew that he was, a very paranoid guy and so it was that it took years and sort of this Groundswell which became convincing too many that Hitler yes indeed had died there at the Fuhrer bunker in Berlin he had not made it out alive and that we presumed that many Nazis had gotten out following what is commonly called the rat line. Rat line is the way that you know rats run behind. Each other in case of emergency but also you could even, picture it as like when a doc boat has been next to Appear where the. Rats jump off the boat and follow the rope line down to safety and move onto other thing then go back up later on to. Get back on the boat or whatever and so this is where the this is the rat. Line that was going there was some way to get out many ons did but not Hitler This is the suspicion that many people have had for. Years though that that body wasn't really his the DNA it's too weird this. Too many conflicting versions of what happened in the bunker too many different versions, of how he died too many different. Versions of who, saw him last As well as. Some archival information which would become available, to, Peter Lavina a few years ago when he wrote the book rat line we had him on the. Air is what am I favored books ever on coast to coast a love having Peter on period it. Doesn't matter what the subject is he does his, homework and you know I it's even more important now for me to. See how people come to the conclusions that they have they have to show, their work essentially n. Peter does that and and that's what they're attempting to do. I think on hunting Hitler on the history channel they are attempting to show their work and they are sort. Of starting it. Seems like a point where Peter had already established many of these facts but they're making it seem like, they need to be reestablished again and fair enough You know it's TV you gotta. Make it visual so they so they, do, but I just wanted to talk to Peter Lavina he's going to be coming up again in the. Fall and I asked if you come on with a special occasion for something like this I wanna revisit. Rat line and I want to talk about what, he's learned since his book came out I've never I haven't gotten an. Update from him in years and you'll get one coming up next on his, research on hunting Hitler next on coast to coast AM this is he in punnet.

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"ons doing" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"ons doing" Discussed on KTRH

"Story that, we were told for years and story which of course has been debunked in various versions already is that Hitler made, a last stand, with his closest friends his new bride and the people that were willing. To go down in flames with him literally take poison shoot themselves. Whatever to never leave their Fuehrer's side And Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun Were committed murder. Suicide In in the bunker after asking that their bodies be essentially cremated. With petrol up on so there was nothing for the. Soviets to desecrate yet the Soviets got a piece of their bodies and and it was a big use for awhile whether or not. Hitler could have survived there had been other Hitler doubles that. Had been floating around the intelligence agencies knew that he was, a very paranoid guy and so it was that it took years and sort of this Groundswell which became convincing too many that Hitler yes indeed had died. There at the Fuhrer bunker in Berlin he had not. Made it out alive and that we presumed that many Nazis had gotten out following what is commonly called the rat line rat line. Is the way that you know rats run behind each other. In case of emergency but also you could even picture it, is like when a dock a boat has been docked next to Appear. Where the rats jump off the boat and follow the rope line down to safety and move onto the thing and then go back up. Later on to get back on the boat or whatever and and so this is where the, this is the rat line that was going some way to get out many ons did but not Hitler This is the suspicion that many people have had for, years though that that body wasn't really his the DNA it's too weird there's too. Many conflicting versions of what happened in the bunker too many different versions of how he died too many different. Versions of who, saw him last As well as. Some archival information which had become available, to, Peter Levin do a few years ago when he wrote the book rat line we had him on. The air is one of my favorite books ever on coast to. Coast love having Peter Levada on period. Doesn't matter what the subject is he does his, homework and you know I it's even more important now for me to. See how people come to the conclusions that they have they have to show, their work essentially in n. Peter does that and that's what they're attempting to do. I think on hunting Hitler on the history channel they are attempting to show their work and they are sort. Of starting it. Seems like a point where Peter had already established many of these facts but they're making it seem like, they need to be reestablished again and fair enough You know it's TV you gotta. Make it visual so they so they, do, but I just wanted to talk to Peter Levin he's going to be coming up again in the. Fall and I asked if you come on with a special occasion. For something like this I wanna revisit. Rat line and I want to talk about what, he's learned since his book came out I've never I haven't gotten an. Update from him in years and you'll get one coming up next on his, research on hunting Hitler next on coast to coast AM this is he in punnet NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h If you're tired of all the spin from CNN and MSNBC in wanna see something more. Than just Fox News will then you have to check out Newsmax TV Newsmax is. America's fastest growing cable channel it's real news for real people and I watch it all the time tune in any time, to see people like Greta van, Susteren Alan Dershowitz Michael Reagan Pat Buchanan and Bernie Couric and so many others and all this week Newsmax TV looks at the. Deep state with Jerome Corsi I've talked about, Jerome and his new. Book killing the deep state you need to get killing the deep state.

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"ons doing" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"ons doing" Discussed on WTMA

"It's a it's a to there two pieces here space forces cool but space force allow congress to spend money on its pet projects for manned space and the pentagon's okay with that and the pentagon will get some of that money to to reemploy people already employed i'm imagining they won't actually build a new wing of the of the pentagon a vague going to almost certainly the rule here john always is expect a quarters to be built someday for the space for they'll have their own building their own infrastructure their own bureaucracy you're absolutely right this is do with money and the swamp bureaucracy in washington bring bring jobs them and nobody else and also defend the big space contractors that do the military and nasa so what what went on at this national space council was two things one trump proposed proposed defense department create the space for us it's got to be done but you congress no matter what but congress won't be against this they've been actually some of them have been pushing for it so that that justifies more money for the military spending in space and then on the other side of this meeting they had four astronauts to scientists in one businessman testify now the four astronauts all of them were for nasa and the government putting together a new apollo like program to quote one in line collins she spoke at the republican convention that nominated trump we quote we've got to get the support of the american people by getting the message out to the people so we must have some kind of great kennedy like apollo program that was you were fighting nation as they did in the sixties all the astronauts that big government program one of them only one argue terry verts astronaut he argued against the lunar orbital platform gateway lop gee said is doesn't do the job quote it essentially calls for building another orbital space station a skill my colleagues and i are i've already demonstrated on the ice says gateway only slowest down taking time and precious dollars away from the golden fraternity lunar surface eventually flying the mars now virk against lot g boise against the big apollo program no he wasn't specific but basically says we've got the he called for an apollo like model of steppingstone missions to return to the moon with i s serving well as slow this down if i understand it now we have components here of the presentation lop g is a component on its own right it might have it might have it might be connected to other components but it's a standalone component so they'd have to start again with a very big program lop g requires s l s correct to lift out orion so defied so that the first two components are underway but they've not been delivered and we don't know when they're going to be delivered and orion lop g then becomes an additional component sometime in the twenty twenty two twenty thirties and then once those components are assembled then they wanna talk about moon and mars after the very important to understand not does not get you to the moon it doesn't work as a stepping stone to the moon it's a big boondoggle in lunar orbit that will be visited only rally by astronauts so we'll be giving up i s eventually for a space station which we cannot occupy fulltime and we can't do experiments on fulltime and we doesn't give us any access anywhere else with any great skill but what it does do is justify fols and justify spending a lot of big bucks with boeing and lockheed martin on big big space infrastructure that they can build and that's basically poke jobs on earth it's really a big waste of money but this is where it looks like the trump department and trump is going he wants to have that big program to distribute pork he's got congress on his side he's got boeing lockheed on his side they're beginning to already capture the independent companies like spacex who have to make money and looking at the big bucks that could be cut all right now i wanna i wanna deal with the way it's presented bob because every every every proposal has add ons does this mean as you just said they will fold in blue origin and spacex in because they need their lift potential because they need their manufacturing does that mean that there would be an to integrate here that's what's going.

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"ons doing" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"ons doing" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"To that because you don't have any other choice and if you pick the right ones as brian cashman did you get the right players back you can turn it around pretty fast you know why because there's only eight guys on offense each guys twelve and a half percent of your offense if you were to get to quality players back that's twenty five percent of your offense to starting everyday players changed your lot changes your lot two players that play every day and our quality changes you a lot so they got to think about what they're going to do because this is not going to work and riding this out because you happen to have syndergaard and degrom is certainly not a plan that gets you to the world series and they have to know that no matter what they say publicly they have to know that they have to know it but the fun is in building something and mixing in it's sprinkling in the other assets that enhance what you already built you know they put up the structure of the house and then you you build a house they ask you for the add ons do you want built in cabinets that will cost you this do you want built in bookcases that'll cost you this you want a skylight you want twelve foot ceilings that'll cost you want fireplaces well that's what the free agency is but the structure of the house is your players yankees got away from that and although they bought their way to quote unquote competitiveness and got in they didn't ever want anything except one of the things since two thousand nine and before that two thousand whatever two thousand i guess so they waited too long and brian cashman and yankee management so this this is not working this isn't it this isn't how you do it and so they altered their plan and they changed do they work and there was concern new york won't wait you can't do that in new york you can't rebuild here doesn't wanna wait that's what we've been hearing from the knicks for more than a generation well we have to get carmelo we have to have somebody to sell gotta have somebody in the building.

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"ons doing" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"ons doing" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Yeah you know what i make of that is crap you know the bottom line the technical term technical term that i use for fake news that is put out by shortsellers who are about to lose their short literally and you know they've been desperate on this story it always comes from cnbc and it seems to always come you know when the stock starts to move to three fifty and it's the same story now when they release the model s they have the same problems when they released the model x they had the same problems they're building a highly complex computer car and trying to mass produce a highly complex computer car which is much more complicated than a cell phone let's say you know it has a certain amount of flaws when you first start this process now that's why they voted out kind of slower is they fix things as they go but definitely does a lot of that stuff when they're launching their products unfortunately it's a byproduct of the very the timelines that they have the pressure that under that being said i think ford recall the million cars today i've gone to opening of hotels in the first night and i'm telling you trying to get room service or anything else was a nightmare you know so this is not uncommon in investor start to think long term i saw a new model three yesterday that was just gorgeous and we were told it was a model last owner who who traded down you know he was like cars new sweet it's different you know and they like well how many add ons did he do because i know that the model threes being touted as the car for the masses but we did some pricing if you really kind of do the things you're going to add onto it it's not an inexpensive vehicle well yes and no you got to consider a few things in your cost of driving so first of all the one i'm looking to buy let's say fifty five thousand is the most expensive version mass market no but then you get a tax credit for now seventy five hundred and then here's where it gets really interesting so let's say it's fifty thousand dollar car after tax credit in your payments.

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"ons doing" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"ons doing" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"Mm animus accords and device the ons do i ever when he got a bad organized in charged with nightstand' the bestselling quad doc the charges everything apple introducing the exclusive couples model just in time for valentine's day surprise your significant other with a couple of charging stations and you can charge your iphones ipads apple watches and more and do it all together nightstand wireless solutions that work with your iphone eight that's what i got what you got drew you got 10 10 and look at this god lobbied i've got a former you use the uh 8 or the ten whatever handcrafted and started by young entrepreneurial couple of right here in the us that's right made in america none of this indonesia's stuff in chinese stuff i'm telling you a look at all that stuff it's all made there this is made here in the us evei what should they do drill they should take advantage of any of these exclusive prepare for valentine's day sale for our listeners get fifth team percent of any order over eighty dollars included that new couples model using the promo code ads at checkout go to nightstand pay attention to the spelling nightstand' build nyt s tnd nyt as tnd dot com and get the perfect gift all right i'll be at the kennedy center february nine through in stand up and then friday march ii will be thunder valley casinos sacramental don't stand up to latter range there for this man and you can get the cobra base cable commentary for my tunes check that out of life from the cruise ship cardiscom for everything you need merchant little wilson rollerblades everthing grew up abducted a com contact for the luther to the interesting series opens from some thoughts at medical doctors mahala.

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"ons doing" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"ons doing" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"That they've got or that yes but if rothlisberger was playing in minnesota ilan minnesota would look like pittsburgh does on offense his kingdom is being dragged by these people further than he deserves to be dragged rogge native for me super bowls it was always marina montana ride or store about our starbucks and bradshaw or something like that and you have a chance to get matt ryan a drew brees versus brady a rothlisberger item case keno mroning that please get out of here what are you guys laughing at back there the stroke that he had in the middle of our bok yeah i noticed it ahead cable evidently unanimous starbucks cited i made a look event decide roger starbucks up mike would you do me a favor of finding a what is the fox say the spoof song oh man ons do guy by the i got a her uncle no weapons on your on sexual harassment business hunt and relief we need to get the show gone dried i'm happy to provided for the audience am and for you and for everyone bought i have to be perfect something with let's riot everyone areawide but reuters crawling at khlong if the glass desperately wondering why you loved ones who wanted i make a mcnall pingali here's the things to god's here's the thing it's not that anyone actually want you to be perfect it's that we all want with choi how imperfect eur in burundi louise loves immune goes handinhand goal is thing.

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"ons doing" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"ons doing" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Was hit in the shootout is in stable condition a former miss america says she wants to see more female leadership at the miss america organization now that three top leaders have left that organization and dozens of former miss america's called out the ceo sam haskell and others last week after email show them using a vulgar language to describe some of the contestants make fun of them 2013 winner mallory hagan found out she was called fat and gross in one of the ceos emailed i really think that this is opportunity to see how women can come together support each other rise up take over the things that they want to see happen and move forward hagan says the ons did men have not been very apologetic but she's of focused on the future well the charges host the raiders this sunday on kfi and countdown to kick off comes your way to eleven thirty sunday on kfi to make the playoffs the chargers have to beat the raiders if they do that they also need jacksonville to be tennessee while the ravens defeat the bangor wales and if the ravens lose the bolt still get in if buffalo lose is to miami while tennessee still loses hope you wrote that all dow traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic center a crash working on the 60 in thin diamond bar eastbound side of the sixty of phillips range road to carcrash was in the left lane that the just pushed everything over to the right shoulder siege piece on the senior ride recovering from an away from diamond bar boulevard cones or in anaheim nor 1057 just path ninety one just before lambert four right lanes off limits that's going to go with leaked is five am little bunch up at the beginning of that roadwork there thought dave in the ralph seventy your time traffic line triple eight five hundred five thousand three give us the updating costa mesa 405 northbound past bristol conked out car in the right lane and in torrance you're gonna find roadwork northbound 405 artesian to hawthorn two right lanes off limits quitting time to rewrite around five am kfi am the sky house get you there faster i'm ryan duggan we'll check your wednesday forecast coming up next there's a there's something about tru car a lot of people don't now using true car can also help you buy a used car and fact there are nearly one million pre owned vehicles available from true car certified dealers nationwide you'll see an average what other people paid for the car you want so you know.

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"ons doing" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"ons doing" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

"Close friends have lost everything less 48 hours their houses their cars near businesses are offices they didn't do anything different didn't do it but now they're on their heels but they have to be able to pivot right they have to be able to make a change of what they do daytoday how they run their businesses they're all entrepreneurs are they gonna keep going so i think it's something that whether it's a natural catastrophe whether it's the economy whether it's simply the industry right like i think amazon in in your world is going to change how you already were doing your business they will no longer allow that at some point in are gonna have to change on the dime it'll be overnight during let me give you a glimpse into the future here be aware that amazon just made a major acquisition writer who too i think so maybe not at a black hole foods yes for thirteen some billion dollars right right so whole foods now owned by amazoncom john malkey spoke at use the founder of all food spoke at one of our events last year is is a friend of mine and amazoncom has all these distribution centres all over the country and now they on a major retail chain so this is what i think is going to happen over the next couple of years you have food products that you will launch on amazoncom you're selling five hundred units a day because you did some marketing rights amazon looks at that and says where all the buyers there's a high concentration of m in florida in southern florida other really by in a lot of these these new gluten free chips sentiment right and now you're gonna walk in retail stores not even have done any day and because you were a good mortar on the internet because you are on amazon you're now in whole foods across the country and i think i only games ons done any wait for them to buy tj maxx and k mart.

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"ons doing" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"ons doing" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Good morning coast to coast and worldwide job steady in the mirror cook really front and center a hurricane just jobs day we just spoke with that i'm an evercolder isi about his adjustments is relative optimism on the american economy what are you seeing the micro data that ed hyman loves to look at like our auto showrooms doing in the hurricane ravaged areas and trucking and some of the other logistics of america lease to an optimistic assessment we think at time and for being with us on bloomberg surveillance on television today for so we get to the jobs 830 thirty bill gross will join us as well this morning really get to a very important voice on international and domestic investment here in a moment futures flat that's what you'd think on a jobs eight dow futures the negative eight the vicks is truly a stunning nine point two one and that of course off sp 500 25 52 dow twenty two thousand seven seven five yields come out a little bit risk gun field goal was under twelve seventy hit twelve 60 handle on gold right now twelve seventy the ons done just a dollar so there's a turn to the tape was stronger dollar as we look to jobs day david gur's off he's been harvesting kale which is what you do in october in brooklyn and i'm told he's going to the harvard cornell game which could here bloomberg one six one excuse me fm in boston will have that harvard football game for you up in boston it's rudder phillies in new england here on saturday in.

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"ons doing" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"ons doing" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"At the moment it's only governmental uh financial companies at a forced to do say but from 2018 this will apply to all uh financial can as ons does it reveal why they're doing that is this is this justin i who's got money wear or is it a kind of way of tracking down like foreign on ship yes both is for greater transparency they've been some scandals in the russian press recently regarding hedge funds with incredibly convolute structures effectively a nina and laundering the money in russia a move on a wide to neck's let's go to lamont a fantastic little caricature of emmanuel macron uh the president in a sort of robin hoodstyle out fake m atop a crowd of protesters and the caption is the the idol king with a lazy king m three some four thousand protests arranged today uh across france against a macron's proposed uh labor reform loss a he wants to hand more power to employs and those of famously very arcachon entrenched iryani speaking to an panca relating to shut 'bout that under that lazy is a a reference to a speech he made it we handles in athens i think what he referred to the potential people who can take action as a as kind of extremists or potentially lazy which was an account of the best way to treat your people by me and finally a loud republika la repubblica the front page shows a um a picture of two men and helping salvage things from a flood the being floods in livonia in the northwest wittily uh but the oscars roma job to misic the headline is um floods the funds the we haven't touched there were seven point seven billion euros that the government can use up to twenty 2003 at to help the um the affected area so very much optimistic in the caption is solidarity among young men in livonia i suspect extorted australia that krahn i summa you the images coming out of a the weekend roy extraordinary of this incredible daddy asian some of these towns getting months worth of rain just in a day certainly i mean the infrastructures is such that we need serious floods will a bull will do great deal of damage while malcolm thank you very much for.

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"ons doing" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"ons doing" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"The often credit markets three honest equities ons doing anything at all so soak 600 is down about onetenth of 1 percent the footsie's down by one tenth of a percent the dax was down by onetenth of 1 percent the can't count is done by onetenth of what was it you get the picture um in terms of the foreign exchange markets but just to sort of britain the trend now the villa index down by onetenth of 1 percent euro dullah is stem by onetenth of 1 percent uh the cable rate is absolutely flats i could really is absolutely flaccid one 28 93 i'm do eurosterling is down by onetenth of 1 percent eurodollar is done by tickets forbes said wow i think what is interesting goals that are a bit better bit this morning nec the gold is rising brent is up by two tents all forms and the us 10year is yielding two point two three yields the rising prices of falling today uh but the yield on the german 10year is yuli point four three the yield is dropping the asset prices are rising worldwide waiting dates rats the uk at nine thirty on the retail sales line said keep an eye on that quite carefully meant so basically no direction out of markets today to be fair we did have yesterday and it was still exciting actual news on the equity index is and really three days of a oneway direction on sovereign debt as well let's bring in geoffrey you right now he's inner london studio we just spoke with them on our television program the european open this morning he's the head of uk investment the uk investment office at ubs private banking jeff well we've been talking so much about donald trump since the charlotte incident i mean we do always but since the charlottesville incident and i wonder if how do you price in the kind of complete lack of real activity from the white house from the us on issues like tax reform like infrastructure investment like uh deregulation or stimulus spending i mean all the things that we thought we were going to get we haven't got and we gets instead scandal after scandal after scandal eat so many to talk about or think about the possibility of impeachment how do you price that into the year while there were two ways to do this one is d by.

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"ons doing" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"ons doing" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"In a minute three ejections in a minute okay how many players or fans of that stadium think what i'm hoping we get to see a lot of guys ojected i i mean i think that's going to make this game fun from verse one thing and i get it you know the entertainment of of the old manager or ballplayer and all you know flip in their hat around and spilling on one another and yelling old earl weaver yelled here now gibbons got toss she was standing in the dugout ostrovsky got toss standing on the mound russel mark turnaround turn around and got toss no you question me unbelievable l little i am the master of this baseball universe and i will do as i play it is just amazing how would baresi i to me it in bears many of these guys wining the spotlight and and and don't want you to mouth one thing adam or act like their districts it's a joke it look we get it we're not hearing the audio let's let's write that we're not hearing what was said and there are certain phrases you cannot say that will cross the line but russell martin just turned around russell martin turnaround said why did you jack my pitcher basic quotas arms out and again maybe all of a sudden if we here they they they left him at southend and there are certain things you cannot do but it certainly didn't seem like it there are resident baseball expert hamble hanbo you saw that i mean what what is of course you can toss the manager for all you both and of course but the pitcher in the catch in that situation he had a quick hook it totally agree with you here but generally and you look it up jail without when you say you like a good i'm show what exactly like are you you're going to watch a game just to see what the ons do or do you like the occasional one that spins out of control like right little as did two different things the dynamic between the on playermanager player is something that baseball considers charming i think that's whites goal is point they don't do much about it because it's kind of the unique aspect of.

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