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The Officer Tatum Show
"osce" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
"Is a 7 year veteran of the Tucson police department. He's a YouTube sensation with over 2 million subscribers. He started blexit with Candace Owens, and now he's tackling his biggest assignment yet. This is the officer Tatum show. Ladies and gentlemen, gentlemen, ladies, welcome back to the osce Tatum show. In the tease there at the top of the hour, I had made mention about Disney. They have this little program I didn't even take waste my time looking up the name of the particular show, but they had the kids in the show. You got some kids who are not even human beings. They're characters, and somehow they need them to be black and white. They have to look kids in there. And I guess they were going to the prom, somebody asked a little black girl to the prom on a white girl to the prom, one of the two, but I guess the one they really wanted asked the white girl and the little black girl in the scenario said, they only ask you 'cause you're white. Now, it could have been taken out of context and misconstrued, but the context of what I saw in that entire clip seems like they were making things out to be incredibly racist. Incredibly racially biased. And I'm going to say this today like I do every day, we need to stop with the racial BS. You have to be the stupidest person on Planet Earth to still think that people are certain way because of the color of their skin. You have to be stupid at this point. There's no excuse for it. There's no remedy for it. Your mind is gone. You need to repent and pray to God forgive you for you being so doggone crazy and ignorant that you still think because of melanin and somebody's skin that they are a particular way. There are black people that are the most evil people you've ever seen, there are black people that are exceptional. There are white people dead are the most evil people that you've ever thought of and there's white people that are exceptional. You go down a list, you go down the race, you go down, none of that stuff matters, man. Each individual person presents themselves in a unique way.
The Officer Tatum Show
"osce" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
"Is the officer Tatum show. Ladies and gentlemen, gentlemen, ladies, welcome back to the osce Tatum show. Today is march the first, the beginning of a new month, and in my annual spring campaign for the Christian nonprofit relief organization food for the poor is also the beginning of a new life for one poor family in Honduras because food for the poor is building a home for 29 year old mother of three who has been supporting her children working in the garbage dump for several years can get American to do it. We spoke with her through an interpreter and I want you to hear it. Now because I'm getting a home and then we'll have work over there and we won't have to come out the way to the garbage time to work. Makes me real happy because I will be able to spend more time with my children and she loves that idea. And that is awesome. I would argue that there's a miracle getting a young mother out of work in a garbage jump and into her own home where she can spend more time nourishing her children and it also makes it possible because of the generous donations by people like yourself who are dedicated to the mission that God has called you to. And even the people that don't believe in God, you still have it in your heart to believe in helping other people and I think it's tremendously important and that's what keeps things like this successful. They ascertain them dot com and click on the give food give life banner is at the very top of my website. Or you can phone in your donation anytime at any amount at 855-918-4673 that's 8 5 5 9 one 8
WNYC 93.9 FM
"osce" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Effort to be an objective mediator, which is its role under the OSCE. On the other hand, she's probably winning votes for California Democrats, where there's such a strong Armenian Diaspora population and she's there with, I think the only Armenian American member of Congress, congresswoman Jackie spire. So it's mixed, but in terms of diplomacy, it's not a net positive. Is she right in the substance of what she said, though, essentially, arguing that it was Azerbaijan who started this latest flare up? Well, you know, we may never know who shot first because that depends on how you define when this latest round began. So Armenian Azerbaijan have been shooting at each other for months. Even for the past year plus, since the second Nagorno Karabakh war ended in November of 2020. And the problem is that the international border between Azerbaijan and Armenia remains not demarcated. I think that Azerbaijan is eager to demarcate it, Azerbaijan has become the status quo power in this conflict because it won the last war. Armenia, previously the status quo power having won the first Karabakh war is now the revisionist power. So Armenia wants to back away from the agreement it reached with Azerbaijan and has been dragging its feet in implementing several agreements reached between the countries after the second Karabakh war. So the official U.S. government foreign policy is to be a mediator that's objective. And so she has acted against the executive branch's policy in this year, perhaps siding with the underdog at the moment. I mean, of course, Armenia lost the last war, is that all Azerbaijan also feeling much more confident more emboldened at the moment anyway. Azerbaijan's definitely feeling emboldened, the European Union has made clear it is eager to obtain as much natural gas as possible from Azerbaijan, even though Azerbaijan doesn't have a lot to spare. And yes, as you said, James, I mean, Azerbaijan feels emboldened, having won the war, and in addition, I think Azerbaijan feels emboldened because Russia, which has peacekeepers, had about 2000 peacekeepers on the ground in Azerbaijan, has had to move its most capable peacekeepers to Ukraine. So yes, Azerbaijan feels emboldened. But I think Armenian prime minister pashinyan opponents who don't want to move ahead with a peace process also feel emboldened because the weakening of Russia's military in the south Caucasus also placed at their advantage. And the one I think who is suffering most in this situation besides the poor soldiers who've lost their lives and I got my heart pain for their families. The one who suffered most, I think, is prime minister pashinyan of Armenia because he really wants to move ahead with the peace process with Azerbaijan. I'm convinced. He wants to reintegrate Armenia into the regional economy by implementing agreements with Azerbaijan and with Russia to develop infrastructure projects, meaning transportation that will link Armenia into the regional economy. But he can't do so because his political opponents understand or believe that conflict with Azerbaijan's strengthens them in their bid to regain power from pashinyan. Matthew Bryce, a former U.S. ambassador to Azerbaijan. You're listening to niza. Distribution of the BBC World Service news Ireland, the U.S. has
The Officer Tatum Show
"osce" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
"Ladies and gentlemen, gentlemen and Lake ties. Welcome to the osce Tatum show. I got a lot of stuff to talk about today. We're going to get right into it. I want to play a clip because every chance I get to rub it in the face of people who voted for Joe Biden, even if it's my family members. I'm going to rub it in their faces. Why? Because your decisions have gotten us in a position where we have astronomical numbers. In terms of inflation in terms of gas prices, the stock market is taking a dump, a doodoo. And it's all because y'all didn't like the tweets. It's all because you didn't like the orange spray tan. That Trump had. All of this, you done got our country in a bad position. You knew that old crippled brain dead racist white man, let's do like they do us. Racist white man, he did do the eulogy of Robert burr, who was a former clans member. This racist white man wasn't going to do nothing for the country. So I'm going to rub it in your face. If there was a true interview or a panel discussion between Joe Biden and Donald Trump, this is how it would go road clip 7..
The Christian Science Monitor Daily
"osce" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily
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Course and Career Chat
"osce" Discussed on Course and Career Chat
"I believe in that would ask me questions about and in osce find any questions which i think was very valuable because as a eighteen year old coming from high school. It's like i have no idea like about astrology yet. I it was such a great interview. Some like some unions like that. I think. yeah. I'm very lucky to have had that experience yet. It makes so much sense that if your your talented a particular area and then you go and have that really nice experience like you're describing way you felt well come at. You felt like it was a more balanced interview. It wasn't like you on one side of the desk them on the other side and like tell us why you should be he here. It was more almost them showing you around as well and saying you know if this is a good fit for you we'd love to have econo- thing it's such a different feel isn't it. Yeah under the aca. You're earlier welcomed this. Leave me it. Yeah sorry. That's awesome so you got in. Can you tell us about your course. You did a bachelor of interior design collapse. Can you explain what sort of things she studied. What the contact. Owls like an just in general that cost it looked like yeah so just as an ivy view. It's a time 'cause the bachelor can choose to do it. Part time so fulltime is two years and comes and instead of doing semester rights. Actually true mrs. We do twelve week four week holiday an at times yes i. It's a bit confronting at the stock. She likes super full. On like you'd i'd get that big break in the middle or at the end going we'll a time but looking back like on twenty now i'm a full time job so it kind of yes. A pretty good bargain and intensive contact hours like losses. We're three hours long. And in his youth radio aden she dies away just depends how is scheduled your classes and of course i keep our and do stuff you work on your design projects they yet. I think it was a good balance of time. Social wife is yet awesome. And what sort of things did you study during the course. Yeah sorry aussie being interior design..
"osce" Discussed on Disorderly Dogs!
"Searching for me not a nazi. I love them so much. They're a great breed but just some of them in denver in the city is a little much over serve. A lot of people can relate to that right because like a lot of us. Go in with you know all of the hopes and dreams acquiring dog and then as we get to know the dog and we kind of look back like oh so maybe it osce who lived outside. All the time with a bunch of dogs was gonna come with issues especially right because you step the fuck up your like cool. So tucker needs our help. What are we gonna do here. Okay so. I think that that's a really good segue into the type of training that you sought initially before you met me so if you want to speak to that a little bit. Yes so the training that He kind of was part of before we met you in. Thank goodness we met you. Let's just be honest there but we were taking him to I won't name the place. We were taking him to a place that focused on e. collar training And so a lot of it was reinforcement with like by or like a buzz I wore the collar Put on him But as such a young little guy who already had fear a tendency to be reactive tendency to lash out I didn't really see any of that in him before we started the color training. And i think that just kind of escalated eventually we. He was going to show us out eventually. But i think it hastened the timing of like how fast was gonna show us in Pretty much immediately became more fearful more reactive. More dog reactive. He actually like attacked the trainers dog during a session with completely unprovoked and so that was the first time i actually sat and i was told. Your dog is reactive and i was like what. What is that you know..
"osce" Discussed on No Agenda
"Onion dips all. Get some onion. Dip say onion. Getting onion did lead. He didn't say. I'm going to give people a good He's getting onion dip if he doesn't specify getting what we got in the castle. You get a here's what you do. I'm just generalized tip couples. He seasonings one made by body. And the other one made by this other mexican company but bhatia sees on total. It's a it's a big giant seasoning. And it's just great for everything it's a mexican and mexican stores and you just by any sour cream and you take two tablespoons of this. This body cezanne total and you mix it into the sour cream. Best dip ever. A snack kip to show that it was your snack. Tip of the day. He goes on his continues and says i've kept all my notes short except for this for switched to a monthly donation. Like to give you some background. I'm a musician. A group called hairball and we traveled a us year round. Shut down the world. It was a shock. I hadn't voted in the last three presidential elections and it would joe biden and we more. We're more than happy tuning out the world. We lived in a spending my life in a bubble until i really wasn't allowed to live my life anymore. I spent a few weeks not really understand what was happening. But i quickly realized that i needed another source of information to my tv. I turn into podcasting has started. Listening to the only guy really heard of joe rogan. Although i just missed adam chevy appearance i still listen to joe regularly and found many interesting guests to branch out and listened to and my fellow musician lance king who i shall call out as a douchebag turned me onto no agenda around the april landscaping donation. I was hooked. I would like to offer a small ray of hope and say still possible. For opposite people on the isle to coexist are banned in crew. Fourteen people in total on the road are pretty evenly split in politics and yet we continue to work together and travel together without incident. In fact i wouldn't trade 'cause you don't listen to msnbc in fact. I wouldn't trade anything for my ability to travel with them and make a living last but not least liked to offer my talents to anyone who would like a professional vocalist for jingles. And their show. You name it. I'd love to contribute. I'll send you some some lyrics. You can find me on n. a. s. at chris. Vox where you or. You can always agenda social chris. Fox's nice or you can find me on the usual social media garbage to fake book antisocial. Mastodon good to go first for chris. Vox with a k. Or hairball and you'll find plenty of references. That love bogere and i can work remotely much loved you guys soon By the way hairball great band name. Great advantages especially with cats. Much love to you guys. And here's to never finding your exit strategy Peace and harmony to you both thank you. That's very sweet. Little sign at the end accents. Emerged merchantman hairball merch. That's cool. i'll wear hairball merge. Thank you jennifer weeda dame jennifer for sending me the austin powder company challenge coin with the entire history. I went to the po box. As you cannot. I never got that. No his birthday present my birthday so she actually sent it on time and of course i didn't get it until later and also the thing that you got that you said. Shoot what i get. The other day ivermectin Got the ivermectin house got the inspiration for patches. That was pretty cool. So i can say those are good so i can pretend like i went. Went like a douchebag with all the with jerks in space get a patch put on your patch patch jacket dan and busty on or done on past busty on the hooton coke from deutschland three hundred. Now they sent a very long note. I will pay more boots on the ground report I will read. The first part will pay the rest In their Right under their credit in the show notes. Because it's it's a lot of what we talked about particularly when it comes to what's happening as they say. Today from osce dan not the lunatic. Premier from or premier from victoria and the german busty who resides in vietnam. Attached is a joint donation and our first donation. We are in desperate need of a double d. d d douching for ozzy. Dan spend deduce channel. Deducing for german by st amount of gratitude goes to john and yourself and to everything and everyone and that makes agenda the best podcast at the university of dose of sanity. We received twice a week from no agenda is valuable beyond words. Report both happening in Australia as well as in vietnam and they finish it up this rather long note mice again putting it in the show notes. We're both super positive. The wheels falling off the wagon in both countries sooner rather than later on this no please pump out some karma for the no agenda universe. Thanks again guys a mask free hug and all love your work. Dan and boston and we'll throw in a goat for that. Thank you very much guys. You've got jonathan keegan's researchers psychopath in charlotte north carolina to six to three three a lot of people thinking of moving to north carolina's that austin I would recommend. I am john. And adam with this donation become a baronet this saturday. My lovely girlfriend will qualify for the barry boston marathon but a little karma never hurts To may i please get her some race day car my leg. Gladly take any leftover karma for my own marathon and upcoming golf tournament. And if it's not too much to ask can you please play. John's donate song at the end of today's show. Donate thanks jonathan keegan sir. Psychopath was We have a long version of.
The Peter Schiff Show Podcast
"osce" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast
"It's not doing anything but at some point the markets are gonna tire of this game. They're gonna be tired of a boy crying wolf over and over and over again and a wolf never actually showing up at some point. The markets are going to figure this out understand the feds predicament. And then it's gonna hit the fan that's when you see the gold market explode. That's when you see the dollar market implode but you can't wait. As i've said repeatedly on this podcast. You can't wait for that to happen to act. You need to be position before everyone wakes up or not even everyone just as significant percentage of those who are asleep. Right now wake up. That's all it takes not everybody just a large enough minority to figure it out. And that's all it's gonna take so before that happens. You load up use these selling opportunities and we have some selling opportunities earlier in the week. We had a big drop on monday. A lot of these ever grand concerns over the weekend weakness in the asian markets so we had a big selloff in the dow on monday are recovered into the close. We've made up mostly losses tuesday and wednesday gold stocks still under some pressure. Gold hanging tight gold actually up the week even though it was down a bit today following fedspeak but overall gold held up even if gold stocks went down with the market gold itself held up and in fact. I thought it was interesting on monday when everything was getting killed i forget where the dow was on the lows down. Maybe nine hundred is it was never down thousand but even though the dollar was up against a lot of the currencies like the osce dollar the canadian dollar. The dollar was down against the japanese yen. The dollar was down against the swiss. Frank and the dollar was down against goal. Goal was up about ten bucks on monday. And you know. I heard people so called experts commenting on the fact that the dollar was strong and they said you see this proves that the dollar is still the safe haven because everybody bought. The dollar was worried about the big selloff on monday. Except that's not true because the dollar went down against the swiss frank and the yen. So doesn't that mean that. More people were buying swiss francs and yen instead of a dollar and also gold went up against the dollar so that means people were buying goal and not the dollar so i think the action in the foreign exchange market and into gold market doesn't actually prove that the dollar is retaining. Its safe status. It's more evidence that it is losing that status as more people are preferring japanese yen swiss francs and gold to the dollar. And by the way. All you bitcoin. Bitcoin was also way down on monday. So it didn't go up with the safe havens like the swiss franc yen and gold. It went down with all the risk assets so it is not a safe haven. It's a risk asset and if it's a risk asset what the hell is anybody buying it for. Because they're buying it because it's supposed to be a safe haven if it's not a safe haven if it's a risk acid that doesn't have any place in your portfolio because if you wanna risk asset there are a lot of other risk assets that you can buy that. I think have a lot more realistic upside to them with less downside..
"osce" Discussed on WNBA Nation
"Rare fine she. She's the perfect basketball player. She's she's absolutely the like it's like a brand now. But like the mama mentality of like i'm gonna go out and i'm going to be like i'm going to make being rate like my passion and not just a way of making money or a way of bringing myself fame like not trying to be part of the crab like i'm going to do it for me like i remember. One of the last big public things have poor choline pathways. he visited. He brought his mama team to visit the phoenix mercury and it was cool moment and they've got a great pictures of it and i've seen a thousand pictures of play of current players meeting someone with the prowess of kobe bryant. And it's always that like respectful excited tone and with its leaned dover hands up talking basketball like an and when you transverse that energy on the court that's where we see the success rates that you've seen i think if you want to understand the greatness of processed dieter osce and also something that softened beyond the phoenix suns during this last playoff run. Is this happened. A bunch randomly. Watch watch devon booker and watch chris paul anytime like in some sort of media cameras on it and they're talking to someone watch either of them. Winter aussie enters a building. I mean it's like the queen is presenting and they both literally will stop on a dime in the middle of an interview. Sorry there's a legend do just walked in like and you can see that and it's she was one of those players that really came in and kinda demanded respect and i. You know there's only so much more than we can say because everyone knows the numbers. Everyone knows the accolades old people can dream to. I don't know how much more she has left. When she said at the olympics. I'll see in four years. I'm not a not many of us. Funny.
The Beauty Brains
"osce" Discussed on The Beauty Brains
"Mony think well anyway. After she says after years of trying different brands of lip balm i finally found one that one provides sun protection to has a great texture that feels moist but number sticky and three is long lasting. It doesn't require constant reapplication. Says i'm australian. And it's been made by an osce brand that now only that only ships domestically however. I live in the us now. Usually i picked up a couple of tubes my trip home each year but do the pandemic induce border closures. That's not possible She said she'd have to pay twenty dollars in shipping to get channels for product. That's typically five dollars. So could you suggest an equivalent or point to Some of the crucial ingredients that could look for and she gives a link in the product is the q. v. face lip balm. I'll put a link in the show notes. It sounds pretty amazing because the problem with bombs with spf protection is in them is that they tend to not have a great texture so the fact that she loves the texture it's never sticky or tacky Doesn't require concert reapplication. That's pretty cool. And what stinks is. I'm in the us and can't get it. Well i you know. It reminds me of the Always loved the carmax lip. Mex- i think it was just a flavor or something but that one A first of all to answer the question like what else should use I i did a lot of looking. I didn't find anything that was exactly this So you know it's gonna be a challenge looking at the ingredients As far as the spf piece goes. They're using ethyl heck at the cinema might That's the main one there. They had the beautiful math. Oxy die benzel methane. Those are pretty much why those ingredients are in there. It's a really really simple formula Basically the texture piece that makes it long lasting and feel really. Good is paraffin liquid..
Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast
"osce" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast
"Marketing dollars that included you try to get out there and sell at trade shows and just try to get people to acquire the product to give a shit exactly right and then and then and then you you know probably go through. I'd say maybe three to six production runs. Just as you're selling the product you got reinvested back into the business so place more volume units right so that you can potentially sell more new customers and really start to build up the brand. And then once. You're a decent size where you you know. You've got thousands of customers. There's a real demand for the product that's usually when retailers and take the meeting with you and then when they take the meeting with you. it's a super process. I mean these guys are either meet with your once. They're you know that's only the beginning of it an an by the time they negotiate view. They're gonna gouge a lot of your margin. Yup biftek guarantees. They've they wanna you know. Have you on the net. Ninety two hundred eighty day payment terms. Were you put the money yet. You're selling it and collecting the money out. Exactly i'm flooding goss. Go come on so retail only really works. Like if you've got you know the brand off the ground you've figured out manufacturing you figuring out who your customers are. You've done it through if you're doing the traditional model that has an osce do you. Would you recommend anybody to the traditional model. No hell no. You can't yeah. I mean like it would be like me recommending. Somebody open up a restaurant the way that we used to open up a restaurant five or ten years ago so a lot of people that will watching temple. They'll go to months test phase. That checks out awesome. Now we're going to launch. We'll spend another two months now the video because as the data from the test to make a much better video script targeted at audience actually of product. So all your all your all your creatives in house it all in house yet awesome. Yeah so yeah. We've grown man. We doubled their business and last year as endemic was the best thing ever for my type of business and he probably thrived. I know you struggled because you had the you know the brick and we actually we thrived. We built a brand new biz. We built a new hospitality business that we would have never. I mean we were going that way but this just made us go all in much quicker nuts nice and plus you also had that brand already built up. i'm sure you've had a lotta takeout. You know we have a strong social following. It was easy to ask people to order online by gift. Cards were switching our point of sale systems. This is how you order online..
"osce" Discussed on Shutters Inc
"What's that about just you pandemic verse just wanted to watch during this This asian the starting from ause is this is this girl inherits a house from her uncle who died and who boyfriend got move in and he was awarded the places is full of crap and they found these pages to this comic called utopia and and then they had to research online followed out that it says a sequel to this single dystopia and no one's ever seen a copy of it so that goto con to try and sell it and where it goes from. They know it's full twist you done expects full of this ability but the characters are really interesting that the drawing of the and is phenomenal. Just i'd love to just studied copies then myself but Ho how how. How recommended that. That one's on prime video cool. Heritz agreement is a remake of a of an english bush an even I am the just wanted. Anyone ever allow the americans to do version of this. These want perry sandwich. The americans runs really good. I thought so. Definitely from what i hear. It was much the same with shameless. we'll watch the american version. I've never seen the english version but everyone who's seen the english version. Said it was much better to the office right. I think fourteen episodes of the english one hundred ninety the american they expanded on the audience. Just a little bit right. What else something. They a selfie at exactly the same time. Lightning hits. yes so yeah. You can see the short this struck by lightning. That's interesting it wasn't interesting before this. Come up scroll down. A couple of clicks the screen capture of the tweet from the new york post got the actual selfie in it with lots of this nause. It's an osce seven. That's not enough. They were struck by lightning or if it just struck close by them. 'cause that doesn't look like they obey instruc- hospital okay..
Box of Neutrals
"osce" Discussed on Box of Neutrals
"How about you fill out this form yellow one. Oh i bit christian horner enjoys it could grenache. Doesn't he would be someone. Who would you get around that him in Sporty gingy. I think it's be. Jason is he's really Married i was married to. He's well they relations as Yeah yeah fine i bit. Yeah he looked probably does doesn't he. He's probably cost a lot of money. Whatever he was buying money on his mind say because he's coming out not only obviously he'd at in silverton when the crash happened max staff and lewis hamilton. The crash it cops on lap one. That of course put this out of the race and momentarily in hospital. We'll talk about that. But he's also self published made a blog on the red bull website. Much sounds much like donald trump did wasn't it except he's less. It's a little bit like getting a them. I get these lake to me. Is like getting a a letter from the president and the mailing address. Hawthorn football club. Jeff can for them. They mad rambling. Yes yes he's well he's unmanned ramblings have been self published on the website. I'm sure he employed someone from the online team to four with one. These lucky we. We need to jeff kit. We we needed exact. He would be fascinating for the osce version of the sort of the movie. A home with one on on a seven thirty on a sunday night on channel seven after the olympics the olympics of course jeff kennett would be one hundred percent. He'd be a one of the sort of cast as the primary villain of the show. It'd be fantastic. i would play john. Murray balestra easy except it would be like john. Mark berry would be the australian name or something like that except except it would be just forgetting. He's just easy just to call him. Jeff kuhlman look. Grison has been about because he's upset that the crash has caused team and estimated not him. Personally i seem to point four million stralia. I don't know what that is in another county do your own calculations because more importantly that is one point two percent doesn't sound like a lot but i guess it is when the unexpected percent of the budget cap which is nearly two hundred million dollars a year. Which salat really when you think about it. But that's he's upset point because this is the first year the budget cap and not only mercedes and lewis. Hamilton slashed the championship capping one rice. But also them in a year before the rules are going to change quite dramatically of course two point four million bucks cobb divert something else. Plus there's also the prospect that the engine might not be recoverable. They're not sure they're going to do the tests. But donald put max on the penalty. Bubble in short is extremely upset. He's even said he's considering appealing the penalty to the as well. So it's it's of say it's still on his mind. I'm very surprised that form with one haven't made some kind of you know courtroom series because it would be great if the two teams could come to an agreement Not the sacred agreement in in a sort of televised sort of Boss battle where the cities and ripple just. You could add over over time. Because i think if if this graves and obviously cash isn't gonna pop wise but what what else could you. How could you. What other forms of restitution include mercedes offer red bull. Just shut them up and feel of magnolia. This tried to tried to sell some of my annual leave extremely enterprise could say what does it say. These just just tried Penalty tokens so. It's like okay. Well you're going to talk a penalty. What why don't we just give you one of as we've we've got a little bit more than happy to give you one advantage in tokens and max can have a have a free not admitting false but this is just the nice little gesture of goodwill i liked. I'll tell you what this is. What jeff kenna would be good in the form one movie because if you noticed the whenever we talk about the budget.
Mere Mortals Book Reviews
"osce" Discussed on Mere Mortals Book Reviews
"Things do these things which is good because you can come up with abstract thoughts you can come up with different things but you can struggle and maybe not see what is truly real and be part of the merman. Come to the end the summary of the book and this book it cod and it was maybe even too close to home. I saw the life of david meredith. I saw what he was. Like as a person i saw myself in and boy did not like that. So maybe a point of introspective me. I think i already have addressed most of the issues. That i see myself in him as a bad thing. But men reading about that in reading about what was essentially an alternate car. Living in alternate life was bizarre. Was a little bit eerie. I did like the book addressed other aspects such as wars such as the feeling in the ass such as what it is to be an osce things like this and right at the end of the book the very last seen the non interaction the shirking of responsibility that david shows throughout two his brother. Jack is just exemplified. It's the epitome of a ship person and just left me really going. Damn david is a crap person. This was close to my top ten list. I'm giving it an eight out of ten. My brother jack by george johnston and to cap off this book. I'll talk about some ozzy slang. When i'm reading those e book or try and express what these words mean in the english language number one popping up is who men. This is ozzy end. Aldo's at that. I'm not exactly sure what it means. I think it's more of a goodbye away to say. Sia rather than heller. One of my mom's friends stu says us and she is in a sixty seventies and this just something that is really part of her vocab. I have not heard other people particularly my age and younger say this. So who ru nipah. This refers to a young person particularly a boy. But i think just for young people in general. You'll see this in particular with these. Life saving clubs. They're competitions their names for the. Let's just say saab fifteen category. I'm not exactly sure but definitely young people. They're called nipples ropel. This is definitely in australia. And this is to feel hot. Done by or to feel slighted or to even be angry. You can say oh. That guy's rope -able men as as in men disgusted. Something bad happen to you. You've got a a feeling a negative feeling in you and the last one is flog and this can have multiple interpretations and i saw it used multiple times in the book for different things so it can mean to hit something as in flogging something. This is probably the standard definition to flog. Something in australia in english also means to steal something to get something a quiet and then also to sell it. So i'm going to something off. And this may be referred to more of selling something that you don't particularly want or selling something in a slightly underhanded manner for example. I'm just gonna flog that off and so those are the english slang that i took from this book. So we've come to the end of another book review and i really do want to thank you for joining me up until this point. If you'd like to hear more you can hit. Follow or subscribe on whatever platform and you're listening on..
Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"osce" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"What's a strategy that would help. Entrepreneurs put more money in the bank quicker than than later. Okay well the best one that i all. My clients say is the best strategy. I give them. It's called the tree boxes. And so i'll give me an example. I had a client. The matter and i said to her how much you charge. Menem's says well ten thousand dollars. She resented office designer. Site said jan. I'm really confident. Asking presents elson dogs. I said okay. So we're going to have. That is the first box. And then we're going to have the second box as twenty five thousand dollars and they were going to have a third box which is a hundred thousand dollars now. You're not raising your prices so you don't have to worry where you can go out now and tell people you have these three choices. So you like selling the lobsters. That was two choices while now there's three so it started the basic the special in the super smash and So she said okay. I don't know how that hundred thousand i get. Oh i can't imagine and then. I said we're work. She that and then within a month she sold one hundred thousand dollar one and to an internet company. And she did their whole opposites one hundred thousand and And then she asked them like you hire means. Is that what we hired you because you were the most expensive. And that was just the mind boggling for her. She said they hired. Because i was the most and so. I've always tried to keep my price down so so this is this three boxes. strategy is a total eye opener for us and it helps us open our minds to once again. This is linda lewis thinking that we're so caught in that little box that were in that ten thousand dollar little box and i go kay. We'll just keep that box but let's add two more and if you had an osce this if you have three boxes like that ten thousand twenty five thousand one hundred thousand. Which one do you think most people by the middle one. The middle one. Yeah so it'd like it. Works out at about sixty percent of people will take the middle one and about twenty percent of people will take that supersize one which is a total bonus. Because we're not even really caring whether they buy that one but some people will say. I just want the most expensive one. So so this is. This strategy is just instantaneously You know expands their. Somebody's business so so the three box and i'm and i didn't invent that one either but it's It's i've seen about one works in. It just can be applied in every way awesome. Yeah it's a great strategy. You know build thinking about your own sense of your life purpose. How if you turned your purpose in to being a great entrepreneur and making money. Well you know i. It was a little bit journey to figure out what i was. Good at But at a certain point. Realize i'm really good at this big idea thing you know and it was because i personally worked as a waiter which was really strange right. Didn't think i was gonna get anything really out or not but job from that experience. I said you know i have this policy to come up with big ideas or people like help them come up with new business ideas and so on and that really is my purpose And i have to give them away..
Celtics Lab Podcast
"osce" Discussed on Celtics Lab Podcast
"At the fields. This i mean. We got a lot of basketball to play but between nigeria australia. France serbia. Who do you think really is. The united states is biggest kind of Opponent or hurdle and the cuesta gold. The aussies definitely laughed impression on me Patty mills seems to go to a different level. Every time that he goes to the olympics which is pretty cool to watch. Honestly i really enjoy with patty mills. They have a lot of talented nba level players and josh giddy. Who is one of my favorite prospects in the draft. And so i think the ozzy's are well coached. They have a lot of talented. I think they would be a pretty serious threat. I'm also taking a look at france. Just because i feel like go bare evan -fornia obviously go sean yavuz. La have too much But they have a very well built well-constructed roster so it's probably those to me. There is an outside chance that be a slovenia or greece if they get jaanus in time or a A a serbia could make them run as all of those teams have true and be a superstar level players but in terms of the general roster. Makeup i really like the offseason france more. Yeah i it's interesting. This is not the point of this. Podcast i actually think the osce team is better without ben simmons but we talk about that later and justed rather alex because you said gershon yobbo sally listless close the loop. She just signed with real madrid To play basketball which is a pretty damn good landing spot. And let's just celebrate the moment but that could be a pathway back to the will see go back to say though just a maybe these laws aren't a big deal. Maybe they are only time will tell. Although historically exhibition losses haven't been or have rather been a pretty good predictor of struggles in the olympic spat. Coach popovich was a little defensive. When asked about the loss to australia other night. I'm wondering were you on the call And even if you weren't thoughts they're i wasn't on the coal But i did see the exchange after the fact He didn't seem particularly perturbed. He hasn't seen particularly perturbed. I don't know how much of that is. You know nice stony-faced poker face whatever you wanna call it and how much of. It is actually reflective of how he feels about team usa. I'm a little concerned. He his basic point with the reporter was just at the framing of it. Being like the skies fall under blowing teams are blowing each other out and the like Is not an accurate respectful thing to be saying about these terms. I tend to agree. But at this point. I'm a little concerned More concerned than than coach pop is. I don't necessarily think that things are problem because a lot of these players haven't really played that much international player and definitely not recently. You can see them getting confused. They don't get a call for context that they expect to beginning. There's also this like it's my turn. Now it's your turn kind of style of play. that really celtics are way to from. I don't know. I'm not too worried about it but if there is going to be something that gets in the way of team. Usa medal in gold medal. Because i tend to agree that you know spain france. Serbia australia's are all teams. That could definitely be the united states. I mean given night if they have one of those might turn your turn nights..
The Long Legacy Of The Arecibo Telescope
"So let's step back for a minute edit and get a better sense of how the telescope has been used over the years. Tell me about what it does. What kind of projects it's worked on. So one of the really neat things about the The observatory that's very versatile. Scientific instrument most telescopes radio. Telescopes don't have the ability to send out light. They only capture late at the observatory. We can send and capture late when an asteroid coming by. We're pretty much a flashlight that we turn on we send out to. It comes back right. We can tell you how far these objects are down to a meters unbelievable add narrate and we care about where these asteroids are going to be because what if one day this thing comes around and gets too close to earth if we can let people know this is going to happen next year we can actually prepare for it like dinosaurs. They didn't have a space program so they can get to prepare for anything. That's true we do have that on the dinosaurs. We don't have much. But we have out of cbo and we have the direct understanding of asteroids because i also think just from an outsider's perspective like this telescope does really play a role in our cultural imagination. It contributes to our sense of off. You know about the universe. Like i think i remember in the seventies it was used to deliberately beam a message into space. You know like hey. We're here like i mean it really has like not only these scientific contributions but these cultural contributions it's like an it's an inspirational place. You know oh yeah. I love marvel. I'm love marvel comics. And things like that and i was watching. Although i'm a little old doesn't matter. I was watching a cartoon about the avengers and the avengers were flying off to the odyssey observatory to save it. Who was that still in the cartoon. Oh my gosh so yes it really is you know. It's not like one of those fields of science or scientific tools that really stays in academia right. It provides a broader context for understanding. The universe for non-academic says well which i think is is really special and important. It's like bench because of its versatility. It gets to be part of not only applied science but just part of typical day to day life. You may not see it. But it's there in cultural context. It's there you know saving your life making sure this asteroid is not coming towards you. It's really cool so it sounds like at this. Recent damage has big implications in terms of slowing down a lot of research. What kind of research are we going to be missing out on right now with it down well for personal perspective. I actually had some observing runs. We're gonna come up in late. September through october where we were going to be studying mars with radar this year mars was going to be the closest it was going to be and also observable from the osce observatory until the year twenty sixty seven so it. This year was literally a once in a lifetime. Opportunity to observe mars with other. See all twenty twenty twenty twenty worst year ever. Yeah okay so the damage that happened. This year isn't the first hurdle for the observatory right hurricane. Maria damaged the observatory twenty. Seventeen you you were working there right like. Tell me about that experience. Su twenty seven one hurricane. Maria came by not only was. I was still working at. The observatory actually stayed at the observatory. That's where i went for shelter so i got to see the winds combined and the damage For me one of the things that like hit me the most or make me realize the damage the most after the hurricane when we went outside. And when you look across the telescope and it's in the middle of a beautiful rain-forest greenery everywhere and that day after the hurricane when we went outside there's there is no green left it just nothing just brown. Everything was brown. The trees were dead. You see all the way down to the soil. It was impactful in the sense of. Wow this is the damage of the hurricane. Awesome packed full as a puerto rican. Who's used to seeing their island. Be beautiful and green selling costs high. Like that's gone all gone in day. That's tough that you know it starts being Quite a bit less about the science at that point. Oh very quickly. I mean after the hurricane when there was no utilities at all on the island we still had a couple of generators so people from of see what would drive up. We pump water for them and they leave with a bunch of water the to drink water. Well so okay. Let's let's let's talk a little bit about the funding struggles right because there have been ongoing funding struggles for the telescope. Break that down a little bit for me yes. The telescope which is owned by the national science foundation has had some funding struggles in that the budget that is used to operate. It has been going down. And it's gone down from anywhere from about fourteen mil per year with the expected current contract. They could go all the way down to two million gotcha into and so what will that mean for for the telescope and the people that work on it. So as there is diminishing funds going there They'll be less available time for people to go explore go observe pulsars and find the first evidence for gravitational waves which won the telescope a nobel prize in physics and nineteen seventy-three. It's
NPR News Now
Asian Nations Expected To Sign Big Trade Deal Backed By China
"Fifteen asian pacific nations including china are set to sign of free trade act or creating one of the world's biggest trae blocks the. Us is not part of the core. That accounts for nearly a third of the world's population. Npr's julie mccarthy has more the free trade agreement that cuts tariffs on a range of goods and services is to be finalized. A virtual ceremony hosted by osce on the ten southeast asian nations that spearheaded the deal. The signatories to the so-called regional comprehensive economic partnership or ourself would include asean plus china japan south korea or million and new zealand analysts expected to deepen economic integration. In at a time when the united states languishes outside. Asian trade bloc. President trump withdrew from the trans-pacific partnership or tpp trade experts say american producers are now at a competitive disadvantage in one of the world's fastest growing regions julie mccarthy. Npr news
Software Engineering Daily
Gitlab Courseware as Code with Ben Allison
"We haven't done very many shows about military and the software used in the military. Could you explain how software is used in the military and give get as an example of a piece of code that is used in the military? My particular experience I am a signed as a faculty member at the Army Cyber Schoolhouse. So my experience with using getting. As a software development tool is primarily focused on that environment. Instead of the rest of the army are organizations that use different tool suites get being one get lab. Atlassian. Different Damore positions across Dod's different toll sweets. But the army cyber school, we use get lab and get primarily as a way to manage our curriculum. into the way that came to be prior to me arriving at the school around two, thousand, fifteen and sixteen timeframe the school I was created until fifteen in. So there are there are kind of the The for students creating tells fourteen excuse me at first students two, thousand, fifteen into. So they're kind of acting like a never to start culture. So they had the flexibility because they had such a torch short timeframe to build. Their their courses for the first students, which usually the army gives you three years they had less than a year. So they had the flexibility more or less the political flexibility to do what works and get things done rather than to wait bureaucratic systems of what may be in the past. They had a lot of opportunity to innovate in a way that might not otherwise be possible in a more established institution within the army. So for them they were looking at how can we manage course where the army traditionally has a three year cycle that updates at a very slow pace it's all using binary data formats such as we're documents powerpoint to get stored in a Web interface where the upload the documents in download them when you need to instruct and so for us, we wanted to be able to have more flexibility where we could manage course where in applying agile software development principles, and then also be able update and manage the course the corser without having to go through the tedious process of using these other outdated systems designed for more a static types of curriculum that don't change very often. was a natural choice for those of US coming into the school house over background experience offered engineering. So I am at your centimeters haven't worked in the army in a development role personally, but many have in that influences the decision to use Gab. So for US instead of using a word documents, we use markup languages to track our curriculum, and then we use the CI pipelines to build that curriculum same. Thing with infrastructure code use a different four-match for us at t templates an open stack pipe last play. So for us, that's that's the the framework for how we chose to use primarily because it was available and we had the freedom to do so because the organization organizations just being stood up in the leadership was willing to assume risk by allow us to innovate in ways that might not otherwise be possible. Core. Swear is a term that this conversation's going to focus on explain what the term course where means and how it applies to this conversation. Suddenly Army when they have curriculum development coursework can be affirmative. This way when you when you joined the army every, there's different specialties for different sexually you have armor would be people drive tanks. You've got infantry that people go and do the very stereotypical army infantry things. You've got field artillery they fire cannons have got aviators to fly helicopters and they've got things like signal or does communique shipment in the Cyber Branch Cyber Branch was created. Ciller Signal Corps signals more it. Cyber is more focused on using P centric art centric computing space to create offensive and defensive effects of. The army in the government department at large, and so what that really means for us at the school is we're developing courses to support soldiers coming into the army in the officers enlisted and warrant officers who need at the Technical Erie that supports all of the operational context. Racial context is all stuff that in the ranch they can't really talk about what they're doing or how they're applying the theory in some cases. But but for us, we are strictly worried about technical theory that underlying. All. Of the operational applications. So for us, it's Windows Fundamentals Lennox Demento is understanding operating systems in how they work. And then understanding networking, TCI than full stack of networking and understanding enough to apply it an insecurity concepts both from offensive and defensive perspective whether you're trying to defend offensive actor or you're on the offensive side, you need to understand all of that theory that goes behind exploitation out of defend attackers hide in so on and so for the school when they talk about course where they're talking about, for example, the cyber common technical core is a module. Every cohort whether the officers enlisted are required to attend ends up for them. This is the overview of operating systems networking insecurity into the course where is the facilitator guides that go to the instructors, the student guides that go to the students and then the. Is. Code that deploys interactive ranges for the students due to work on from the classrooms or in this case during in nineteen up from wherever they're working from a remote location of again. Okay. So you've mentioned course where you've mentioned get and you're talking about curriculum management technologies like powerpoint and Microsoft and PDF. These seem like separate worlds if you're talking about office management tools that's at a higher level than something that you would need to version control on. So what's the relationship between the version control stuff and the traditional office suite? Right so and the traditional army you would this is something if he's ever been to a government scores in the romantic government, you often new to course it's kind of the general stereotype is kind of have a pulse and you sit in class and you sit through powerpoint slides in answer some very canned questions at our checks learning. Then you move onto the next thing and nobody ever fails and it's not hard. You just exist you get through it and then you go to your unit you actually do your job Leonard, job your unit that's the stereotype of of how training is done in the army and that's Not always accurate of course is stereotype. So that's that's health in some cases it's Not, how the OSCE wants to involve improving but that's that's A. Character of of how could be in. So when people talk about office documents in the army, you'll death by powerpoint sometimes there's certain models that are designed such a way that the army says you are not alone about this and you sit in powerpoint and someone flipped through slides and you're done you do it for a certain length of time they briefed the sides you. In you're done to the school severance doesn't want to be slide driven. So instead of being slide driven in powerpoint, we instead are facilitation guides that are stored a markup. We can also do slides using or ask you doctor and revealed a technologies run through ask Dr, which is a tick, the markup language in spits out issue on the backside, and so we do sometimes use slides, but we're not trying to be centered on. powerpoint dead were trying to use this after vine principles to facilitate learning through hands on
The Functional Tennis Podcast
Craig Tiley - Australian Open Tournament Director and Tennis Australia CEO
"Welcomed episode forty eight of the functional tennis podcast. This week we have the great pleasure of speaking to Craig tightly. Ceo of tennis. Australia and director of the Aussie Open. Craig tells us all about his coaching success in college tennis in the states and then move and Australia to work for tennis Australia and the different jobs. He's done there. We also talk about the challenges of the current Cova situation on looking at Grand Slams and the Aussie Open in twenty twenty one. He tells us the first time you met Roger Federer and we've to gray questions sent into a spire instagram fons. It's a great episode. Hope you enjoyed before we get started. Make sure to go over to our new. Instagram account called functional tennis podcast. And give us a follow shed into a podcast sponsors head. I've been using head rackets and says a kid I I had Agassi's ownby racket. Which absolutely loved. I've been using heads on and off really ever. Since but mainly used the radical tried to use the prestige. But I find a wasn't really couldn't always struggle on the double handed pack and with it the radical for me less a bit more room for errands bit more stable for me. So thank you guys. Okay let's talk the Craig. Hi Craig how are you good? Thanks for talking to you from the other side of the world. I. It's amazing top. You're on board. It's really big privilege. Heavy speaking here on. Yes well thank you very much couch to find that Albert. How you became the talk. Mind an tennis Australia and wound most of man in tennis anytime you speak to tennis player. They rave about what you've still not the OSCE open so can't wait to hear Beth dot before we get started. Let's talk a little bit about your early tennis career. I know you're very successful coach in the states head. Did you get involved agenda in the states or let me start out by saying it's always difficult to talk about these things in the context of the of the current climate that we ran and And having to isolate and Dual of things that we need to do to protect health system so so I apologize to beat but late to the call because as you would not which is handled. I in front of the screen on video conferences. But it's all good but Allsteel question out against the US. I was a young kid loved the game and I started later when he starred thirteen four. She was considered extremely nights. And I. I had aspirations to be a a great to be a tennis player and I loved it. I love training playing and was never realized that call and was fortunate. Enough to grow rails. That early enough This trying to make it through the twenties thirties. So one-sided centerstage Katie Myself and finished from military service on the obligations. I had to do in South Africa. Right got on the plane and went to Europe the tennis there and then an answer. GonNa go to the US and get an education. And I went with plans to stay four years and ended up staying for Dean so I think that's kind of be my modus operandi. Chris time they happened will strata was Kinda come for a few years. I being sixteen says I'm getting constant and helping and really enjoying you're making a statement wherever you go on your coach so you end up your coach successful coach at Illinois Your Coach Year Multiple Times. How did you move into coach? Well I think You when you have love the game. I'm made people in this report cost wooden and These many different career opportunities. You haven't you can be administering coaching and playing and officiating at it is. And it's such a global sports go to common language as the lines of the ten school. The highest the net that determine that commonality around the world his great battle. I did match my my love of the game with my desire to help people and those two things came. Together and I agree deal of personal fulfillment and professional satisfaction out of helping other than using vehicle for that. And when you love what you do You willing to constantly always improve and in the lookout for ways to get better and learn from others and and And I look back in hindsight down I think on on reflection and I think that because two things the desire to help people and the love of the game I was able to learn a lot and And we spoke to their slam today and I think that is one of the one of the most of being able to be lucky. Enough have had some success so the coaching side. I loved and I always did enjoyed like challenging the status quo and I enjoyed being told that things wouldn't happen. And when you star they wanted to physicist coaches ahead who was the famous Stuart Doyle from From the University of Arkansas was great to have stood for the team. We started the success and a period of thirteen years. We took a college program from no age of the best in the country for quite a few years and ended up having some many players that went on really well. Kevin Anderson from South Africa was one of the top five in the world recently. And so we've had. It's it's been divorced. Plays that success in fun to watch. The Program says the success that it did but it was. Secret is wakeup rewarding. Do the best you can do. People will treat them how you wanted to be treated because you always going to be decided runaway do on the way down and just look as hard as you can see because look for improved. Button could come. It's a long journey on a short June. I completely agree with you. The daily grind getting open put into hard work. But just getting back to you mentioned dodd. Some listeners here. We solicit snarled and they all know stuey dial of his great tennis abilities. What was he liked back in the day? All should say knows to you'll identify sanity mall. One thing that he did teach the ethics I'll never forget it. It's still resonates with me as what it takes to win a points and what it takes to be good and amount of effort and pain in the work. You've got to go through to do that and His attitude is competitive attitude on On improvement rubbed off. Funny Everyone Cussin' that's why everyone loved because by him and always say you is one of the few met. That's would be willing to go through the same pain himself To prove the others what it is versus telling you what to do.
Polite Tipping is customary in the United States
"Industraliazed tipping for service at restaurants and bars. Of course it's not really thing so traveling to the US where gratuities generally expected and dependent upon by workers. Well trying to work out how much to tip and went to tip can be confusing. It's a question and North American correspondent. James Glendale gets more than almost any other question. So he turned to one of the continent's leading etiquette experts for full and frank explanation. Sometimes it's whispered subtly sometimes it's asked in the middle of a restaurant but pretty much. Every OSCE traveler on the road in the United States. Wants one question answer and it has nothing to do with my day job. How much should you tip? You definitely want to be tipping. Fifteen or twenty percents lizzy post is from the Emily Post Institute an organization. That scene is an American authority on etiquette and how to generally be polite. Fifteen percent is is kind of where we say. The Standard is twenty percent of what we see most often. And I think that's purely because the math is easier and and people do feel good giving a little bit more the second question most ozzy travelers have is who to tip and the least list is fairly extensive after waiters taxi drivers hairdressers and bartenders. All expected tip as standard. We tend to see Bartenders being like one to two dollars per drink or fifteen to twenty percent of the tab things get a little more complicated. If you just getting something from a local cafe or takeaway you have no actual obligation to tip. It's seen as a courtesy to tip and the hotels are whole different ballgame. Where a bunch of people? We'll have their hands out the doorman who helped me with your bag. It's usually a dollar to four dollars per bag or a dollar to five dollars per back. a dollar to when the hail a cab for you You know throw an extra dollar to it's raining and they really were able to get you a dollar bills and I think so I mean yeah when you're looking at you know a couple of dollars for the cleaning person in your hotel room a couple of dollars for the doorman a couple of dollars when the taxi does start to add up and it's a good reason to carry small bills and cash. Americans will tell you that tipping is just all about showing gratitude and rewarding good service. But that's actually not entirely true depending on the state. You're in many of the work is you. Encounter like white is will only in. What's called a tipped? Minimum wage. Futile is an and then rely on tips to supplement the income and pay their bills because of that many Americans pretty deeply divided as to whether or not you should actually scale you tip up and down depending on the quality of the Service. I know this is a great question and I guarantee you. If you have a whole handful of Americans they look have different answers or they fall on one side or the other some people really do choose to vary their tips Based on his service and I personally like when I look at the difference between the two percentages. I'd just rather leave the twenty percent. Although it's not encouraged forgetting to tip if you are a foreign is often politely excused. It's arguably much better than leaving. A small tip like five percent which can be interpreted as a deliberate passive aggressive insult. We might even get quizzed on it so be wound. Yeah it's you well let me put it this way. If you choose to make it optional you will probably leave a lot of really upset people in your weight and I don't think that's generally what people WanNa do on their vacation. I think they wanNA feel good about participating in the place that they came to and this is just one of those one of those aspects of American life and that is perhaps the politest possible way of saying if you coming to the United States prepared to pay up. You don't really have a choice. North America correspondent. Who's not North American Australian? James Glen Day reporting
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Kevin Nash Among Those Picked For the WWE Hall Of Fame
"So we got hall Nash Hogan and Ex Pock going into the hall of fame in Twenty Twenty as the N. W. O.. All are already in Spin Your wacky and Batista is also going in and that leads to this person's question here. I find it weird that out of everyone that was in the N. W. O.. Only Hogan Hall Nash. And Chandra being inducted in the hall of fame might get the first three guys are important because they're the founders but sean being the only other one added his weird especially since guys like Diaz in big show joined before him. Listen really listen my friend. The hall of fame is a Gimmick. The hall of fame is a Gimmick television ratings and to get people to buy tickets. And you do that by presenting big stars and on top of that even if you consider this a real hall of fame which it's not yes. DB OSCE was in before xbox but was a manager who did nothing in one day just disappeared like there was nothing nothing hall of fame worthy about the end of the the big show was in there as in and out in and out in and out he turned fifty five times. Seems like the core of the group Shaan Waldman was a core of the group. He's actually one of the guys you think about when you think of the show as well more so than the big show but at the end of the it doesn't matter Shawn's available and they want the four guys all their. They want to sell tickets based on their names and Batista's name the fact that the announced everyone so far in advance tells me they probably weren't happy with how things went last year. So they're getting all these names out here now to sell a whole bunch of tickets and I'm sure that someday big show is going to go in as has the big show the pregnant. I want to do that when I and then later they can put him in with this faction that faction but I don't think it should over think who's going in they want and stars to be given rings that's it and obviously they got a quota so you can have a woman this year. You can have a legend this year you you can have whatever their pioneer wing is this year. I mean that's just the way things are going to go. It's a payday. It's a rang that later on. You can pawn if you need to you. You know that there's it's hey it's it's a celebration and it is what it is. So is Shawn Watson not in as a member of the X louden they deacs not lou the wwe hall of fame takes win last year. So shall Walkman in with that yes so there's a possibility now that he's in with the end of Yo that we can still. Oh get the one-two-three kid inducted into the hall of fame and Shaul Maltman can get into the hall of fame three times maybe we can give him some lightning kid as well tube. At least the one two three kid has got a chance to make it into the hall of fame. That's what you telling me. Yeah they're multiple people in Multiple Times. I'm sure that's what's the record. I want to see him. Go in. I mean could bury layers twice. He's probably go in three times. You may be in three times by now. I think he's only emphasize though we'll never run out of people people I know you think that we will because they have to bring in so many people. We've already ran out of Michael. No no we're repeating. Listen to me very dr so can make it in the repo man can make it in a demolition smash can make it in Who else was it? The Golfer could make it Mike. You're you're you're missing my point my putting in the a Golfer you've already ran at a people by putting people in twice you've already ran at a people. We ran out of people. The Madison Square Garden Ring. Bell is actually should be in the hall of fame. It's in my own personal hall of fame. That distinct Rengel should be in the hall of fame. That's the direction we're going with this thing actually is we're going to get nanometer objects objects into the hall of fame because we've already got gimmicks going in concepts like the end of your show groups I I guess that's how you're calling this but like why not just have random things things the gobbledygook egg could be in the hall of fame soon.
Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia
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"Global growth the s&p down for only the third time this month. Paul Nolte is portfolio manager at kingsview asset management betting treated is certainly having an impact here in a slower. China is a slower global economy, and it will filter through and eventually make it back to you shores. And then I think is really what investors are looking at the S and P five hundred index dropped thirteen points down five tenths of one percent. Dow Industrial's down Eighty-six down four tenths of one percent. The NASDAQ composite index was down sixty five points, a drop of nine tenths of one percent in New York. Charlie Pellett, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. All right. We're thirty four past the hour. Let's get to Hong Kong. Bryan Curtis is they're looking at market action. Not a lot of doom and gloom. Which is surprising. Right. Yeah. I chalk it up to Citi group actually because the way that CitiGroup traded. It's earnings were okay. Not great, obviously fixed income trading was weak, but it's emanate advisory and some of the trading operations. I mean, the treasury operations did pretty well, and it gave an upbeat forecasting that trading. Looked a lot better here in the past few weeks. And if you look at the Nikkei, you mentioned that it opened lower. In fact, we're expecting everything to be a little bit lower today. But the Nikkei up about two tenths of one percent financials in Tokyo or up nine tenths of one percent technology stocks up seven tenths of a percent healthcare is benefiting as well. So it seems that that this is the pattern that has has developed here in the last thirty two to forty five minutes that investors are are going with the city read and still going with last week's trade, which is slightly better conditions. The possibility of of a trade deal between the US in China. And also the fed that is seemingly. The on pause. I think we mentioned as well. That Richard Clarita was saying perhaps you'll see fewer than two interest rate hikes. That's a possibility at least. So let's run through the numbers. The Nikkei up two tenths of a percent. Asx two hundred up three tenths of a percent. New Zealand up about one tenth of a percent, and the kospi is now pushing one percent gains the dollar is weaker that helps doll yen one hundred thirty four year old one fourteen seventy four the OSCE back over seventy two cents and the yield on the ten year. Two point seven zero percent. A quick note oil is higher that maybe leading four tenths of one percent Paul over to you. All right. Thanks, brian. China's sentencing of a Canadian man to death has been called arbitrary Justice in retaliation for the Weiwei arrest. Bloomberg's back global news in the Bloomberg nine sixty San Francisco newsroom. Ed. Yeah. Paul, right. Canadian Robert Lloyd Schoenberg has been sentenced to head been sense to fifteen years in prison last month for drug smuggling. Now, a judge on appeal suddenly has sentenced him to death. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau strongly condemning the action as retaliation for the rest of while way. Executive men want you saying the world needs to watch Beijing's use of the Justice system closing in on the vote on Brexit, e you deal in parliament, Prime Minister, Theresa may says MP's have to do the job that they were elected to do on all sides of this house, whatever you may have previously concluded over these next twenty four hours give this deal a second, look, but opposition labor leader. Jeremy Corbyn says no that's not right. We were promised the easiest
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'Revenge': Asia Argento covers her Rose McGowan tattoo with a bloody knife
"We're going to start off with Osceola Gento, I feel like all weekend long. I just kept seeing headline after headline of story regarding another debate celebrity, which is kind of par for the course in the world that we live in today. However, let's start with this Gento story. She is not letting you know, the last we spoke of her she and she'd gone after rose McGowan rose McGowan apologize to her probably because she was getting threatened with being sued by Osceola Gento agenda was like, I'm not I don't care about your apology, blah, blah, blah. Well, now Gento has ratcheted things up a bit by taking to the tattoo. Parlor. And then posting a photo of a dagger tattoo that she's gotten with the text by by rose McGowan. Now, that's in the caption on the photo, not the tattoo that I say that. But essentially indicating that perhaps rose McGowan was the motivation for the dagger tattoo with the blood on it. Yes. So in another one she said the following an Italian consumed by revenge. Yeah. So I'm worried about how as you are Gento is processing life right now. Right. Because to me, it seems like she's allowing kind of this. Personal side show that's happening between this argument between her and rose McGowan, she's allowing that to take the front seat to some kind of more important conversation, and it's consuming her. It's just she has stopped this being an issue where she's advocating for a very particular cause and turned it into a very personal one, which I don't know does the cause any good. And so that's the frustrating thing. Right. Right. Right. Because initially she she was as was rose. And actually, frankly the same is true for me. Well, yeah, I was gonna say the same for me is true with rose McGowan. But I do always think rose McGowan had her. I kind of on the same on this on the cause over the relationship, and it's been our Gento that is sort of forced her hand to acknowledge the relationship over the cause. But instead of being focused on me to gentle, rightly or wrongly is focused on her own reputation at the expense. I would say or to the expense of whatever she was previously advocating for in regard to me too. Right. Right. And then and then to push the narrative even farther with this tattoo and talking about revenge that to me is so far from what what we should be focused on. Yeah. Yeah. No. I mean, it's just handed out girl. Well, I just feel like it's it just becomes a personal tit for tat. And frankly, just makes her look like maybe she used to for her own particular interests and not necessarily because it was an issue that she actually was hoping to foster some change. Maybe the both are true. But if I'm if I'm being like, my best compassionate self. I'm also aware that OSCE are Gento is in a she's still in a grieving space after losing Anthony boarding for. Sure. So I'm sure that a lot of she may not even really be she's in survival mode right now. I guess is what I'm saying. She might be making choices that at any other time would be uncharacteristic of her. But it doesn't change the fact that. Maybe now is not the time to be getting a dagger with blood tattooed on your foot and being out for revenge. Yeah. I mean. Yeah.
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Dollar, OSCE and Bloomberg discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia
"Brokers studio, but we mentioned that the yen had slipped to the weakest level of the year. Here. We just tracking the for you get one thirteen forty four here at the moment. Dollar had a very strong performance overnight up about a half a percent for the Bloomberg dollar spot. And we've got the euro trading all the way down to a dollar sixteen forty to the OSCE
U.S. to Reimpose Sanctions Targeting Iranian Economy
"Least I'm used to, commit a dean and Dubai and I manage money it's official it's a red headline the first round. Of renewed US. Sanctions take effect on Iran Ronnie the leader. They're saying he's open to negotiations if the, US is sincere everything from pistachio nuts autos. And of course dollars are under. Scrutiny of sanctions he's open, but it must be sincere yeah you know what sages tougher. Sanctions against, imports of Iranian oil that, will go into force early November the US administration signal, that they will. Consider partial exceptions to that bad I think is what's going to be critical is how the EU France Germany. And the, UK gonna continue working. Together to, find ways to keep energy and financial ties open let's check in don't tell the key asset classes for you see how brench crude is holding up is of course an important component of the story We're seeing. Brent. Well this is really the highest, close in a week, after Saudi Arabia production heightened concerns about tightening world supplies, this is. Also a story, about OPEC possibly burning through its reserves faster than anticipated we have quite a, few research notes out. From the. Likes of Goldman Sachs. As well that are again pointing towards, that scenario let's check in, on equity, markets it seems have trade was taking a slight back seat, for the moment as five, hundred we're just ignited small gain of course where. The highest, level since January on the. Cash, market yesterday rallying? For a third straight day you've got eighty five percent of the s. and p.. Five hundred constituent parts of beating on the rest of his watch out for the vix low volatility is that really the measurement that we use, boxer hasa way of course adding to the financials and JP-morgan's called for five percent rates or saying. Five percent rates. All adding to the financial momentum absolutely the. Second on be wider markets Asian equity session, currently but of a mixed picture coming through Here I think it's important, to point out. The telcos and energy shares leading the charge I've been a week there's a consumer Staples. When it comes to the Asia Pacific. As this rebound we're seeing the. CSI three hundred up one point five percent little bit weakness coming through the OSCE stocks. Down to fifty one percent, do you, trust in the Turkish lira it rallies by one percent that, is nothing to the annihilation that, took place yesterday a drop a six point seven percent are we heading towards capital controls is that the end game that's the speculation this morning or would it be a serious hike from the central Bank that's certainly? Not on, the agenda of the president's soaring volatility of course means that various banks country risks are slashed all we in a death. Loop. On the Lear that is the, question let's get your, first word headlines Deborah is standing by.
Judge: Reuniting families is '100 percent the responsibility' of Trump administration
"Officials feared the planes could spread the whole new neighborhoods officials in Virginia. Say Dan's overflowed Thursday is currently stable, but they're still asking people to stay away. We had been evaluating the condition of the dam, and we've had engineers onsite this morning looking at the the dam itself, and we have. Determined that the dam is stable at this point officials. Say one hundred fifty homes downstream from the dam were evacuated federal judge says the Trump administration, Nestle responsibility to reunite migrant. Children with their parents here's correspondent Mike Rossier a. Federal judge said Friday, the responsibility for reuniting hundreds of migrant children with parents from whom they were separated at the US. Mexico border is on the US government US district, judge Dana Subroto said in a conference call it is. One hundred, percent the responsibility of, the administration in a, court filing the Justice department says the State Department has begun talks. With foreign governments, on how the administration can aid the reunification. Efforts there are more than five hundred still separated children including four hundred ten with parents outside the United States. Mike Rossier Washington Secretary of state Mike, Pompeo's warning Russia China and others against any. Violation of international sanctions on North Korea he spoke, yesterday the association of southeast Asian nations worth remembering this isn't just an, American security goal It is clear our. Partners allies, with an OSCE I, know how important that, denuclearization North Korea's for their own security but it says Washington will. Take seriously any, action that reduces pressure on the north to. Abandon its nuclear weapons in.
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US warns Russia, others on enforcing North Korea sanctions
"In Singapore at. The OSCE summit this. Weekend accusing, Russia of. Violating UN, sanctions, against, North Korea want to. Remind every nation That has supported these resolutions that this is a serious issue as something that we will discuss with Moscow said Washington has become aware of reports at Russia's been. Allowing for joint ventures with North Korean firms and granting new work permits, for North Korean guest workers of AO says a nuclear-free. North Korea remains a top priority for the United States this is Reuters reports that it's seen a confidential. UN report that says North Korea has not stopped its nuclear and missile programs authorities are ordering residents along. Northern California's clear lake. To evacuate, homes in, the path of a growing wildfire amid concerns that hot windy and dry. Weather conditions will persist throughout the, weekend to win fires already destroyed forty one homes there Dave Packer ABC news The drive with. Steve Jackson John dean. What Trump's, here yesterday.
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Radisson Plans to Triple Rooms in China Despite U.S. Trade War
"Glitch made it difficult for shareholders to trade as the company made its public debut zuo was the lead manager in the ipo and says the crash was due to a net failure india's central bank says bad debt the nation's lenders is said to climb to new to dorn should i say near two decade high financial stability report saying that the industry's groups bad loan ratio may increase the twelve point two percent by march twenty nineteen that's up from eleven point six percent of the previous year the highest this century in these banks are already struggling with some two hundred and ten billion dollars of stressed assets radisson hospitality is moving ahead with plans to triple its capacity in china over the next five years that's despite its expectation that a looming trade war with the united states will hurt travel demand in the country we have details here with bloomberg's yvonne man john kids ceo at radisson says trade tensions could hit corporate travel especially hard and put pressure on room occupancy rates for eight to nine months but after that he says the picture will brighten and demand will rise faster than hotel rooms are being built madison currently has fifteen hotels in china was sixteen more under development and it's on expanding in second and third tier chinese cities madison is currently majority owned by china's a group h and a gain control through its acquisition of carlson hotels in hong kong yvonne man bloomberg daybreak asia all right let's get a close up but what is happening in financial markets and what the trading day in the asia pacific holds that he doug krizner dot yeah russia's kind of interesting because i'm looking at nikkei futures now the contract that trades in chicago is only a bit lower from where we closed in cash yesterday in tokyo the chicago contract twenty two three twenty in tokyo we were at twenty two three forty two in the last session it's interesting because the yen weakened quite a bit during new york trading the dollar was higher and the nfl about three tenths of one percent we are trading now in dollaryen with a one ten handled one ten zero five the equity market was up yes but we finished off session highs and i wonder what it would have been like worth not for the crude oil story we had a rally in wti in new york we were up by three point six percent in the regular session to seventy fifty three that's after the us pushed allies to cut imports from iran two zero by november fourth now president trump we've been talking about on the program that he may be less confrontational in trying to get the investments that chinese companies are allowed to make in the us curbed a bit we can talk more about that but it's going to be very interesting to see what we have in both china and hong kong a little later one day after the shanghai composite entered a bear market let's get to sydney now see what's happening in new zealand and preview the osce session as well paul allen is there could morning paul moaning doug gear we ended off a tenth of one percent cried now asx futures also looking weak by about a quarter of one percent the materials sector might see at boost today as you mentioned there a rally in the price of oil we've seen a rally in the price of iron ore as well so we saw a boost to us listed shares of rio tinto and be hp the aussie dollar meanwhile has finally slumped back below seventy four cents now it's seventy three spot ninety two all right thanks to bloomberg's paul allen two year treasury last quoted to fifty three the ten year or two eighty seven so thirty four basis points and that spread between the two and the.
Forbes keeps Saudis off billionaires list after corruption purge
"That mellish always teasing us no yes w well ten minutes stick around folks i give me another story ice nick who's filling in for jared year mimoto forbes of published the world's billionaires list yes our man from amazon jeff basis his wealth is now equal to two point three million americans 100 and twenty seven billion he's worth he's one hundred twenty he's the re he's the beast he's the richest man the world gal this amazon gala i started with an online bookstore as pretty amazing gets ten bucks a month from me in pretty much everybody allies got a great service so you only he did he did it right which was your first experience with amazon before they were everything the are now was good yeah you got your stuff within that again distant yeah consistently there within two or three days it was fast turnaround and so one and then the prime was such a good deal he didn't make any money out in two thousand six yeah i mean for a long time he ran that sight in iran and if you bought that it like twenty five dollars a share something i mean it just absolutely amazing success story but he's his wealth is equal through two point three million americans what's that fifty thousand five thousand eight hundred and seventy six dollars medium talking about this off air a how many chinese as the the media wealth in china is john allowed to me this telling the number ninety million 19 million he says richest i deem million shiny earlier well he's got to have somebody in his embrace there's some cousin the esa keep given money give me the at them out you don't allow tomano relief pitchers christmas nobody's ever have the osce hellfire all the gop gene you're lucky i it's says look sheep sob hanley your water heater is the hero of your house water heaters just do their jobs no complaints year after year after year until you know what happens then it's like when that boat hit that ice work it was so bad they made a movie about it there's a few tricks of the trade to know about water heaters the first is flushed them every year that keeps a settlement.