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"otto" Discussed on The Alchemical Mind
"I'm telling you. I feel like I had to have been having some kind of lucid dream. Just simply because of the fact that that experience I've never heard anybody have in amine state until very recently. So I was reading about John Seely I. Don't know if you're familiar with. Lil A He's a very fascinating guy. Very Fascinating Guy, and and oddly enough the experience that I had is somewhat in relation to the whole concept of what is it echo and the SEC the? Like competing entities, competing cosmic entities, and and I I had that in my hallucination. And once I learned that I, just I was like after. Know all about this guy. Because this is the only person I've ever found that had the experience that I have right. And, but it was scary. Man You. You have to be very careful a lot of times. GROWING UP I. We I mean everybody smokes weed right right and you try a few different things. Symptoms get addicted. And for me, which is about having fun and I feel now that I'm getting to be old man..
FDA warns of heart risks with Trump-promoted malaria drug
"Meanwhile today the FDA issued a warning against a pair of anti malaria drugs trump touted as a game changer in the fight against crime virus and another potential treatment room does severe reportedly failed its first clinical trial in China Dr Otto Yang joins us now to talk about all this he's professor of medicine in the division of infectious diseases at the David Geffen school of medicine hi thank you for having them Dr well great in clinical trials on the show recently on Highness I'm sorry you're breaking up I can't hear you this question is to the news that we are in a Anna may not successful yes so it's it's a primary I guess it's leaked information so we need to get confirmation but it's certainly disappointing I think it's worth pointing out that the drug with a trial stopped early due to lack of cases so it did not run to completion with the targeted number of patients so I think any conclusions need to be drawn with caution at this point does it affect your work directly will you continue with your trial yeah it doesn't affect me directly so it definitely affects the NIAID that agent the government agency that's running the big one the severe multinational multi site trial so currently it's on hold I think while they evaluate the situation and think about how to adapt the study so I think they'll make a look at why that trial failed if there were things that could be addressed if there was some evidence that the drug might have been working in certain subsets of patients for example to focus on and the study also it's called an adaptive study so even of ram disappeared that failed the trial can continue and other agents can be swapped in okay let's get to some of these claims that we heard from the president I don't even want to get into the injecting disinfectant into your body that's obviously roundly it criticized as something that is absolutely dangerous and you shouldn't try but what about this idea that sunlight and heat can kill the virus there have been some studies that point to that as a possibility what can you tell us about that yeah well the news of this on nothing this is nothing new right this is all pretty much all of these all of viruses we know that ultraviolet light damages DNA and RNA and and we know that he disrupts the client comical structure you know of lipids and proteins that form of ours so again it it's it's not much different than than the idea of injecting bleach it's it's not a matter of whether these things can damage viruses it's matter of whether you can separate that damage from damage to cells right I mean so the idea that somehow you could apply this to a person is it's the crazy and it kind of reminds me of some of the wacky things are happening in the early days of
Neural Architecture Search and Googles New AutoML Zero with Quoc Le
"Welcome to the PODCAST. Hi Everyone. It's great to have you on the show I've followed research for Your work for quite some time and I'm looking forward to digging into some of the new things that you're working on but before we do that I'd love to have you share a little bit about your background and how you got started working in machine learning okay so I was born in Vietnam. I did my Undergrad in Australia. And in my second year. My undergrad I started some project doing machine London with Alex. Mola a back in Australia and back. Then I was played with. Kodo methods Then I Did my PhD AT STANFORD. A on a lot of deep learning back in the day when deployed in whispers or very cool. And that's the route two thousand seven and around two thousand eleven I did a summer internship at Google and that was when Google Brin project was founded so when I was there that was a long and Jackie Naan Greco data was there and I. It was the sun so we started out small. That sounds cool. Yeah and then I did some of the Scaling Up Neuro networks with Google Britain folks and then You know at the end Up to two years did some work on machine translation with the media and Oreo VR. He's now did mine. Owner of Ilya is now at opening I and we develop sold end to end. Solution methods and Around two thousand sixteen. I started looking into more like You Know Auto. Mau Architecture search and more recently are looking to Malacca together with Otto may also look into Sent me supervised learning and it's awesome awesome now. You mentioned early on doing work with Alex. Mullah was he was this before he was at Carnegie Mellon was visiting in Australia. He was a professor in Australia. Yeah I I went to a university. In a small air. In the capital city Austrailia go Kendra. He was yeah camera and he was Professor Edward Research. So I thought I had. I have along Very interested in AI and machine learning and took me for that. I took a class data mining and so on and talk a little bit boring but the ability to actually learn. It's actually a super fascinating so I contacted him and he was moonlight co methods machine learning and we worked together for maybe a few years before he went to he went to America then. Cmu and Amazon. Okay okay so a lot of your. Recent work has been focused on this idea of You know automating machine learning and neural architecture surge to allow machines to find the best deep learning architectures in like. It's a little bit about how you arrived at working in that area. What some of the motivations were for getting started digging into that problem so I've been Along interested in this idea of self improvement machine should be self improving itself a machine learning and even and when I started doing co methods with Alex. I always ask him. You know how the Dakota bandwith and so on how some of the HYPOC Ramat does include methods decided and apparently they decided by using things like Cross validation on then where I work on. Koroma two narrow networks. My hope is to make the hype. Affirmative go away. But that's how is the opposite so if you look at the a Kabul Lucien neural networks at has a lot of hype privatised right like how many how many layers you want it to be and how many channels you wanted to be. And what are the some of the high assize apprentice since on a Coulda with all the training parameters? Yeah all learning. Dry and as researcher develop more and more techniques FAW EURONET. There's more decisions that you have to make. That feel like. This is like a problem that can be helped by a little bit of automation so So I I observe a lot of my colleagues who will when designing networks and I asked him about the principles of design. Your neural networks. And you started are having some really solid principles like Skip CONNECTION SO. The gradient can flow through the network concern. But as you tune the network Karen Hata do no longer have the principal is around. You know trial and error right you you try this a little bit and simply with better so you try that more so. I think that that is something that may be ready for automation so even during my Grad School. I already talked about trying this but I thought you know. Maybe we didn't have enough compute because training net already takes took me days so when I saw that new control. Units are are in thirty minutes. Something like that on on safer I thought. Oh maybe this is the right time to try this. So that's when I started doing this. Newer architecture search in two thousand sixteen. It's interesting that you know. Even with all of the compute resources of Google. You had to wait until the time was compressed. Enough in order to be able to tackle the problem. Yeah to get really good results. You want the networks will be really big and that will take a long time to train. Yeah and it's it's It's funny coming from me that we have so much resources that will go train in EURONET still taking a long time And so maybe talk about the the first steps in In that area. Did you jump right into neural architecture? Search or was that the you know a a an end stage or end result of this work where I I on some of the related ideas on and off since two thousand twelve like playing around with how to do. Better hyper profitable tuning and none of that. It's really published. Because I didn't have good results have pugh and so on so so I tried it on and off over the time you know every year I would set out some time to try this idea for a few months and you know and it didn't work very well because like a procurement song and then Two Thousand Sixteen. I met Barrett's off would as my colleague now at Google and he's very talented. So we say oh. Let's let's try at the idea of Jews in like a reinforcement learning to generate and network like a little layer in an network for for a ceasefire model. Seafoam motto. Is already at the time you could say that you know enough of you depends on how where you want to be but you from thirty minutes to a few hours and the seems like about the right amount of time to get this going and my prediction is that you have to train. Maybe either between from one thousand to ten thousand bottles and I did a backup our calculation and thought. Oh this might be the right time to do it but you know I have tried this some of these related ideas in much before
"otto" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"otto" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"Everything went black in a moment will learn the history of auto and Eliza Hamels crimes and their eventual demise high listeners the launch of our new podcast series supernatural with Ashley. Flowers has been an incredible success. We're so happy to welcome to the podcast family and can't thank you enough for checking out the show. If you haven't had a chance to listen yet I highly recommend you head over to the supernatural feed and subscribe today every Wednesday Ashley. Flowers takes on a different crime or mystery or the most fitting theory isn't always the most conventional. The first episode has been my favorite so far with the deaths of two Brazilian men a result of making contact with spirits on Mars. Get closer to the truth than ever before. Regarding the mystifying lead masks case but you'll also find some other fascinating stories. Did four friends have a highly unusual encounter during a camping trip in Maine. Sort through the out of this world. Circumstances surrounding the allegations incident was Italian. Theoretical physicist et Cetera by Arana's disappearance caused by his discovery of time travel or was it something more sinister each week Ashley takes on the strange and surreal to explain some of the world's most bizarre true crime occurrences if you're the kind of person who questions everything you'll love this. Show follow supernatural with Ashley. Flowers free on spotify. Or wherever? You get your podcasts now. Back to the story on April Eighth Nineteen Forty three thirty nine year. Old Elise a hampel and her husband forty five auto hampel were executed by. Guillotine for their crimes against Hitler's government. They'd been sentenced to death for distributing anti Nazi postcards around Berlin and offense that was considered high treason. My guest host Miranda's here to discuss auto in Elisa's past and their eventual motives for speaking out against Adolf Hitler's regime. Thanks Vanessa for most of their life. Auto and Eliza hampel ordinary German citizens auto served in World War One and when the war ended in nineteen eighteen he found employment at the Zeman's Shuqair cable factory in Berlin. Ten years later in nineteen twenty eight auto joined the Veteran Group. Stall Helm or steel helmet. One of Germany's many paramilitary groups formed during the Intermediary Weimar Republic. The group became increasingly nationalist. And it was subsumed by the Nazi party. Following Hitler's appointment as German Chancellor in nineteen thirty three this put an end to autos participation likely because he was no longer needed since at this stage. There's no evidence he had qualms about the Nazi government. Two years later in one thousand nine thirty five he married. Eliza Emma Eliza was six years younger than auto. She only finished grade school before she started working as a household servant by the time she married Otto thirty two year. Old Eliza would have been considered a spinster. The couple never had any children in nineteen thirty six a year after their wedding elise joined the Nazi. Party's Women League known as the National Socialist Frau and soft. The group prided itself on war efforts such as collecting scrap metal and training women to become ideal. German housewives. Eliza wasn't especially enthusiastic member of the group like auto showing no signs that she was resistant to Hitler. She even became a leader running her own branch. All in all auto and Eliza were poised to spend the rest of their lives as upright working class citizens within Hitler's lawyer Dengue or new world order however when event would change the entire course of their lives and ultimately cut them short in one thousand nine hundred forty. Eliezer received word that her brother had died fighting for the Nazis. During their invasion of France. Eliza was heartbroken and angry that same year she left the women's League auto and Eliza continued their daily work but by September nineteen forty. They had joins a loose ranks of the German resistance. Any German operating in some form of defiance against Hitler's government. Over the next two years Auto Anna Liza functioned entirely alone. Their modus operandi was to handwrite anti Nazi sentiments on postcards and leave them around Berlin in semi private places such as mailboxes and stairwells. Each postcard contained a message protesting the government and in particular Hitler as one postcard said German. People wakeup we must free ourselves. From Hitler they encouraged people not to donate to the Nazi party and to resist military service calling Hitler. A war machine and his government a plutocracy auto and Eliza also indicated. They're socialist concerns by referring to the war as the workers death and protesting for freedom of press from September nineteen forty until October nineteen. Forty two. The handles left more than two hundred postcards around Berlin but their pleas fell on deaf ears. Almost all of their postcards were immediately reported to the Gestapo or secret police. Despite this inefficacy the volume of auto and Elisa's work was impressive leading the Gestapo to believe that they were dealing with the larger resistance group. They had no idea it was just an everyday German couple but a few missteps would soon lead them straight to the Hamels on July thirteenth nineteen forty two a postcard appeared at the Zeman's Shukeir cable plant in Berlin. A factory where auto had previously worked a little while later sixty four year old widow gertrude. Washco observed a German couple placing postcard in a staircase. She reported it to the police who then closed in on the Hamels on October twentieth. Nineteen forty two auto and Eliza were arrested the Gestapo ransacked their apartment producing more evidence of their defamatory crimes. The hamels were brought to trial via the vokes. Kerik stuff or people's court a slipshod trial factory instituted by Hitler to swiftly sentence citizens who had committed a political offence auto and Eliza Liza easily fit into this category on January. Twenty second nineteen forty three. They were found guilty of subversion of the war effort and for high treason three months later on April eighth. They were executed by Guillotine at Berlin infamous Ploetzensee prison..
"otto" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"Forty seven year old. German. Ex-pat Bernard Julius Otto Kuhn stood before an American military tribunal in Honolulu Hawaii. A jury of uniformed officers. I'd him from the bench as the judge announced his sentence for spying on. Us military operations and sharing that Intel with the Japanese Bernard coon was condemned to death by firing squad. Court was adjourned. Bernard maintained his composure despite the crushing sentence but the next day he got news that cracked his stony facade his twenty two year old stepdaughter ruth. Coon was also going to be tried on charges of espionage. And if the truth came out Bernard knew that she would be sentenced to death as well. The journey to this moment began back in nineteen thirty. Five when Bernard coon was a man on the rise. In Germany a respected veteran from World War One Bernard was also a medical doctor who hobnobbed with many high ranking Nazis. The doctor's own attributes however often paled next to those of his fifteen year old step daughter. Ruth she was bright beautiful and adventurous traits that endeared her to many of Bernard's acquaintances to his dismay. They even attracted the notice of Minister of propaganda. Yosef Gobbles Bernardino knew that goebbels was a married man not to mention more than twenty years older than his stepdaughter yet. He felt he could do nothing to deny such a powerful figure ruth. Meanwhile thought she bagged a major catch and being a fifteen year old. Couldn't help but tell everyone about her love affair with the powerful Nazi. This was a mistake. It made her and by extension the whole coon family a matter of national concern goebbels. Young lover was embarrassing and potentially a liability in mid nineteen thirty five bear. Narda was informed that the fatherland needed his service in Honolulu Hawaii. It was four years before World War Two but the Germans were already looking to form an alliance with Japan. The Japanese intern were seeking ways to expand their empire and they needed light skinned English speakers in Hawaii to get them information. Although Barnard did speak English. He probably knew that wasn't why he'd been given the job. He and his family were being shipped off to keep ruth away from Joseph Goebbels Turning Down. The job was not an option. He arrived on the islands in the summer of Nineteen thirty five with his wife six year. Old Son and Ruth Bernhard claim to be a linguist studying Japanese and Hawaiian culture. Ruth find a place for herself as Bernard's helper a bright young woman interested in regional history together father and stepdaughter traveled all over Hawaii. Getting the lay of the land for Germany's Japanese friends. The thrill of spying was incredible. Especially for adventurous young ruth. She became addicted to the game and she hungered for more. She started attending dances at naval clubs. All over the island and made friends with a number of officers who she coquettish questioned about their bases their schedules and their orders. Everything she learned she passed onto Bernard in turn he related the Intel to the Japanese consulate and collected their pay the Intel Ruth and Bernard collected so impressed their allies that around nineteen forty one. They were summoned to meet Japan's Vice Counsel Oto Jiro Khuda Okuda told the father stepdaughter team that his country needed detailed information on the movements of the American fleet. In and around Pearl Harbor Ruth was confident they could deliver the goods. She'd recently gotten engaged to an American naval officer and she was certain that she could charm him into telling her anything the Japanese wanted to know. Bernard on the other hand wasn't comfortable with the mission as a former intelligence officer he knew kind of data was sometimes used to plan an attack and if the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor his family would be endangered in more ways than one. Ruth however was determined to complete the assignment. She negotiated the fee herself. Forty thousand dollars for the Intel. Almost seven hundred thousand dollars today. Bernard couldn't say no coming up the consequences of Bernard and roots actions podcast listeners. We realized that there are a lot of par- cast chose to choose from each day and sometimes not enough time to sort through them all in our new feed podcast daily we filter through your favorite podcast series to highlight the most timely and relevant episode premiering. Each day every Monday through Friday. Discover in new and captivating episode curated specifically for you. That's one new episode from our slate of content handpicked with you in mind. Time is precious. And we've got you covered. Follow podcast daily free on spotify or wherever. You get your podcasts. You can check out more. Podcast shows and a full library of episodes in spotify by searching for par cast in the spotify search bar or by going to spotify dot com slash podcast. Now back to the story in nineteen forty one. German National Bernard Koon and his stepdaughter ruth provided Japan with intelligence on the movements of the American Fleet in and around Pearl Harbor for hefty fee. The consequences would be devastating on Sunday December seventh nineteen forty one bear. Narda rose early to take his son Hans to Sunday school on his way back to their Pearl Harbor home. He heard planes droning overhead. Then there were flashes of light above the harbor next AH BOOM AND PLUMES OF SMOKE. This was the result of their Intel. Japan was destroying the fleet thereby pulling the US into World War. Two that meant the Americans would soon be knocking on the Kuhn family door. They're not had an outlet coordinated with the Japanese in preparation for just this sort of emergency. He and his family would flee to Tokyo where new lives awaited them but it would only work if they could get off the island immediately amidst the chaos of the bombing which it turned out. They couldn't less than a day later. American officials barged into the Kuhn's home vice counsel Khuda had attempted to burn incriminating documents at the consulate. But they'd stopped him just in time among the paperwork they retrieved was a detailed report of Bernard. And Ruth's intelligence Bernard immediately claimed responsibility. He told officials that he did all the work himself and that his family knew nothing about it unconvinced. The Americans took Bernard Ruth and Friedel into custody up on February twenty first nineteen forty two less than three months after the bombing bear. Nord was tried by a military tribunal. He was found guilty of espionage and condemned to death by Musket. Fire a dark end but at first Bernard felt. This was a win. Surely if he was being sentenced to death it meant. They blamed him for the espionage. Naught Ruth however the next day he found that his stepdaughter was to be tried as well at last. He lost his composure. Bernard begged US intelligence officers to set ruth free claiming she was nothing more than an innocent young woman at first his audience remained unmoved. But then Bernard offered to tell them everything he knew. At which point they became very interested. Indeed we don't know exactly what Bernard told American officials behind closed doors. But we do know that. Shortly after this conversation Ruth and Friedel were released from custody they were sent to an internment camp to wade out the remainder of the war when it ended in nineteen forty five. They were deported to Germany. As for Bernard. His sentence was mercifully reduced from execution to fifty years hard labour after thirteen years in. Us custody he was ultimately sent back to his family and a Post War Germany. To face the aftermath of the war he had helped put into motion..
Chicago: Team LeBron Wins NBA All-Star Game At United Center
"Dot com last night's NBA all star game arguably the best in recent memory team lebron be team Yanis one fifty seven one fifty five in a new format that had the teams played to a specific score in the fourth quarter much more competitive and it was one of the many tributes for the late Kobe Bryant and his daughter G. Otto's coming next line this making this the first call to mind the control freak I mean I want to thank you for everything you've done for me all the long talks and work also no thank you this is my friend why Leonard courtesy of TNT he won the first Kobe Bryant all star MVP award by scoring thirty points Joe well them beat had twenty two in ten fourteen Yanis he told ESPN's the Woche podcast we want to come out and be aggressive if you don't count the first
Understanding 'church and state' in Brazil
"Today's show. We'll look at a couple of places which is and politicians make pretty unabashed best use of each other and at one country where a critical mass of the population seems to have grown tired of the arrangement. We'll stop in Brazil who's new president. Cheyenne Shaya Bolsonaro. One power on campaign heavily geared towards the least generous impulses Brazil's traditional Catholic believers and it's increasingly influential and rather less tolerant evangelical converts joining me to discuss. This is Antonio San Pyo research associate for conflict security and development at the International Institute for Strategic Agents Studies. Antonio I'll start with the very basics generally right now how religious a country is Brazil. Well Brazil is a very religious country. People's religion is quite important for their dentists. Mostly although obviously in the big urban centers in the southeast where people are wealthier and more connected to coacher and things this tends to be a bit smaller but resists to a very large Catholic country. There are a lot of. Catholics is by far the majority the Evangelical Population Elation Brazil has experienced tremendous growth in recent decades and it is estimated now that there are about thirty percent of the population identifying themselves as if Angelico but this population is divided in several different nations different churches but these population tends to be extremely conservative -servative in social terms in terms of controversial social freedom issues like gay marriage abortion and other issues. We'll come back to the van Jellicoe presently because they are a relatively recent arrival certainly in the Brazilian political sphere at least to the extent they now operate if we look at the Catholic Church in particular which is as you point out historically the root of Brazilian faith. How politically active or influential? Have they been. The Catholic. Search has been relatively modest or discreet in terms of politics in never officially endorses. Any candidates TASR assumed for itself a role as an actor and a supporting pillar in the more impoverished communities in Brazil Brazil as a country with large areas that are extremely poor and marginalized It is very important in urban areas. Where the poor resort to religion as an escape scape from the realities from the marginalization that the broader society and the broader economy regard them with so it is an important factor in social terms but politically medically? It hasn't had a lot of influence in Brazilian politics at least in this current era of democracy since the mid nineteen eighties. So is it fair to say. Even the evangelical more explicitly politically ambitious in the Catholic Church. was they want to take more direct role in Brazilian politics. Absolutely I believe and have been by far more active and more proactive in seeking political influence the Evangelical priests in their churches especially those of the biggest searching in Brazil such as the Universal Church of God the occasion of your cell to Hanes deals led by Juma do it you must see a do also owns a very large. TV Station in Brazil called record TV and he hasn't being extremely vocal but he has given even some public comments supporting able scenario the far-right candidate that ended up winning the elections now. The president of Brazil and there are several media reports showing how even though the public indoctrination or public mention of candidates and support in the church during ceremonies themselves themselves are quite discreet or sometimes completely absent on the margins of the religious ceremonies in the way that people talk and discuss with each other. They are quite supportive of what is currently the far right movement in Brazil the talk phone crime conservative in social terms so this is a very strong movement. Many Brazilian a majority of the evangelicals showed support for Djabel scenario by some poles seventy percent of Brazilians who identify as evangelical voted full. Oh Bolsheviks what's your sense of which way round the horse and the car were there by which I mean were evangelical voting Wgir Bolsonaro. Because because they think he's the guy always Bolsonaro going out of his way to convince evangelical that he's the guy so the interesting thing. Is that Djabel. Sano is N- aunt and oven jellicoe. He doesn't follow jellicoe religion his Catholic however his wife is of Jellicoe and he has demonstrated several policy positions nations and other philosophical points that are very aligned with evangelical concern so for instance the transfer of the Brazilian embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem Jerusalem. He stated publicly during the campaign than closer to the election. He showed that he wasn't sure about it. And now he continues to tiptoe on that however it was a point that is widely supported by the fans Alecos because of their belief that the Jews should return to Jerusalem and rebuild their temple so at the second coming of Christ would come to believe that is very widespread evangelical community at least in Brazil and other points such as publicly stating certainly in the pass on to some extent the president also stating opposition to gay marriage to the presence of gender and sexual education in schools that evangelical bellicose think is beyond unacceptable for their ultra-orthodox views. Sold these points. jellicoe symbols on auto are very well aligned. There are some voices in the oven. Jellico community that worry about the long term implications abused for the Evangelical Movement as a whole for its future because at the same time that there are very comfortable. Alliances of positions between both scenario and the evangelicals Bono also states some points that are quite violent excellent and points regarding public securities. Such as shooting took you criminal supporting torture off. Criminals suspected criminals and these tend to afflict particularly the poor and particularly poor black men which is also the constituencies the demographics that tend to be more heavily. Evangelical John Jellicoe so it's not a complete harmony of thoughts but so far the social conservatives mobile zone auto and of the Jellicoe movements have become quite aligned. Wind is it a challenge for President Bolsonaro or any Brazilian politician to try to manage the The expectations the hopes and the energies of both the van Jellicoe and the Catholic Church. Are there points of difference between them at all. I believe that it is a challenge to acquire the political political support of these different communities while also attending or respecting the less conservative positions of the rest of the Brazil's population. So the reason why this balance between jellicoe Catholic hasn't been very prominent in recent years. Is that the Evangelical Movement has been quite divided politically whereas the Catholic Church doesn't explicitly get involved in politics. The evangelicals have been involved but in a very fragmented way so they haven't really supported a single presidential candidate or a single political party. Brazil country with around thirty parties represented in Congress and it is is very fragmented and there are evangelicals in many many parties. Do Workers Party that is now. The main opposition the arch enemy of Bozon Otto and his right wing wing movement. The work aspired self aligned itself with the Evangelical so during Duma rousseff and Duma Roussev went back on some policy proposals to provide sexual education gender education schools because of Evangelical Influence Tube. Resilient political fashion diva jellicoe movement. Woman has been quite versatile and adaptive in align itself to whoever is in power in order to increase its influence and tried to block some of the moves against its philosophy and its main driving influences main driving voice has been against social freedom issues abortion gay marriage sexual education schools and things like that so just as a final thought then if as does seem to be the case. Brazilian politics has become more conservative. At least if we think think of that phenomenon as being personified by the current President Dawda extent is that being driven by religious faith whether it is the more traditional oh Catholic faith or the the new genetic evangelical faith. I think a big part of this right-wing shift of Brazil and the growing conservatism servicemen. That has been demonstrated by political leaders is being driven by evangelicals would just saw that the number of evangelical representing Congress rose by ten percent in the lower chamber of Congress in the October elections so their presence in politics has been increasing. It's just not something that is to the dominant can't power. Its shares power with some all the conservative sections so for instance in Brazil there is a faction of Congress that is called BBB so for stands for bullets bowls or cattle and Bible so the agribusiness influence is very strong as well and they also have a conservative view view. Those that support the more freedom to bear arms also tend to align themselves with the social conservatives of Jellicoe so these forces allied lied to themselves the form of important source off conservatives and to some extent swing shift in Brazilian politics Antonio some thank
Visiting the Atlantis Dive Resort in Dumaguete
"Today your next dive. I'm GONNA take you to the Atlanta's dive resort in Douma Getty first of all. You'll fly into Manila from the US and it's a long flight for for example direct from JFK. You can fly to Manila overnight and there are a lot of options from various points in the US in the West Coast. Once you get get to Manila. You'll be transferred by the Atlanta's organization to a flight to do Magadan on an airline called Seibu Pacific as I mentioned. It's just the short one hour flight in the morning. Once you get to do a getty the attendance will pick up your bags from the baggage claim and load them on a van. Where you'll it'll take about a thirty to forty minutes Ride to the resort which is down which is just outside the Duma getty city. You'll get to the resort. It's a little short Dirt road down to the resort. Not Very Long. But it's interesting flows through to the resort. And once you get there you walk completely. Threw the resort to the front desk area. Where you'll check in immediately when we got to the place it made us feel at home? We got there at a later in the day. We were there at dinner and we all sat down to dinner and while we were waiting for dinner. They gave us a quick neck massage. While we were getting manning served so pretty interesting the rooms. We were very very impressed with the room. They're really nice. They can have either a king size bed. Ed or double beds Our Room had a nice couch in it. It was a desk spacious so we could lay out all of our stuff. Also Our Room had double sinks in the bathroom very very nice room. The rooms also had a deck associated winning which are sheltered and they had a ceiling fan on top of the deck. A nice place to dry your bathing suits out or some gear. Plus there was a lounge chair out on the on the deck area. Now I did notice that some of the decks also had hammocks on them. Let's talk about the food to Tokyo. Restaurant is outstanding. You will get three meals a day their breakfast which is all car. You can get a Omelettes waffles. French toast If you're going there eggs benedict are pretty good The one that I really liked where the chocolate banana French toast luncheon dinner. There's a menu board and you can get a super salad. There's up to four entrees on their things like chicken beef fish noodle stir FRY PASTA ASTA and then two desserts this talk about diving. Wow it was outstanding you take aac either. A small motor launch or sometimes there's a larger Bach abode. Noser like with the outriggers on it few on the bottom boat. They're very spacious. Die Sites sites are very close. One to ten minutes away and you can get either muck diving or muck and ref- or just just just reef and we were very very amazed at the colors the fish life the biodiversity. It really seems like it's on steroids. Loyd's compared to the Caribbean. There was not a lot of depth there we usually stayed in the sixty foot range and every dive was sixty minutes. It's or more visibility. Came in at about eighty feet. Also we did a trip to Otto island which is about a forty forty five to fifty minute boat ride where we did three dives. The coral on Apo island was fabulous. I think they say there's over six hundred species of quarrel in six hundred and fifty species of marine life on UPO island. Another thing that we did was your trip over to Seibu. Two Oz. Lob Job where we snorkeled with will sharks now the dive locker is pretty spacious. You get a little cubby for your certain in gear. There are showers into dive locker. Rinse tanks and an area for nighthawks analysis and recording. Debriefing area is Outside and you go through a brief between each dive at what you do you come back between dives to shore change out your tanks get briefed and go forward Lord. There's a Cameroon a classroom. And there's an on site SPA and pool if you don't WanNa take die a take a day off a diving you can do other tours. There's a city tour where you can go out and do some shopping you can get up to five dives a day. Atlantis dive resort. We were so impressed that we are planning to go back in two thousand twenty one with the shop trip
Fun Facts About Christmas Carols
"Not all pieces. That use Christmas Ms Carols were meant to be played at Christmas time when he composed music for a play called Lila's the woman from ro a city in France. George borrowed an old French Christmas. Carol called the March of the three kings the three kings feature in another piece that uses a Christmas Carol Auto Reno you know risky composed a musical description of three paintings by Italian renaissance artist. Sandro Botticelli one of those paintings is the adoration of the Maj I in addition to the Gye the three kings. The painting shows a huge crowd gathered to admire the baby. Jesus to set the scene recipe gay quotes the old church chant. Benny Benny Emanuel which you know as the Carroll O.. Come oh come Emmanuel The Germans have a Christmas Carol Lullaby in which Mary Sings. Joseph Dearest Joseph Mine asking for help rocking rocking the baby. Jesus to sleep. Yohannes Brahms used a bit of that Carol. To open a song he wrote in honor of another baby the son of his good friend. Joseph or four Yosef in German Yawkey Brahms like the inside joke the to Joseph's and he liked the wonderful tune which he gave to the viola walk Otto Nicolai put the Carol from human known in English as from heaven above to Earth High Com into his Christmas overture and Johann. Sebastian Bach used that Carol in a set of organ variations. There's also a Christmas carol with music by Ahah classical composer. Even though that's not what he originally intended for Felix Mendelssohn wrote a Song Celebrating Yohannes Gutenberg. The man who invented invented the movable type printing press but Mendelssohn didn't like the words to the song which were by somebody else so he told his publisher to find another use for his music music. He thought it might be good for weddings but not for anything. Really religious. After Mendelssohn died someone in England discovered that the music like went perfectly with a poem by Charles Wesley. The brother of John Wesley who founded methodism. Ah
Bulls' Porter to miss another month with broken foot
"Bulls forward Otto Porter junior was evaluated today by a foot specialist the injury being confirmed as a small fracture in his left foot he will continue to rehab over the next
Otto Warmbier's parents on 'mission' to hold North Korea responsible for son's death, seize assets worldwide
"Auto warm beer university of Virginia student who was arrested and tortured by the north Koreans before he was finally brought home in a coma died shortly afterwards now his parents are setting out on a mission this is autos mom Cindy we're gonna go and visit different places I'm hoping to visit the DMC and say hello I'm not as mom I hate you your husband Fred say they're vowing to find and shut down all illegal north Korean business assets around the world Cindy warm there says she'll never get her son back but having another way to fight the system in which she was killed will make her feel better I want to look you in the eyes and see evil and face that and know that it's good people we will win we have to believe we can win now we cannot give up we can't give them a pass we have to fight with all of our powers Jerry Preston
Otto Warmbier parents vow to pursue North Korean assets
"The parents of American college student who died from injuries suffered in North Korea are urging the trump administration to include human rights abuses in talks on ending the north nuclear program. Speaking in Seoul Friday Fred and Cindy more beer also said they're committed to finding and shutting down illicit North Korean business assets around the world. Otto warmbier suffered severe brain damage while being detained in North Korea. He died in two thousand seventeen shortly after being returned to the US and a vegetative state the North Organiz mistreating the twenty two year old.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus Review
"My name is daniel bearer this week no ten android ten and and await no. Let's necessarily joining me for this. Episode is in nick fresh off a crazy week kidding of writing. I think you must have written more words than hemingway hidden right. I don't think he he didn't write many words this week so i definitely have this week true. You are more than hemingway in twenty <hes> in welcome back our wagner. How how was your time away from from the pod away from us. It was nice spent i wanted. I've been wanting to come back happy to be back. Good good to have you back <hes> so we'll jump right in our note ten review is live. Go there right now uh but we did it a little different this week or this year because andrew you and hey otto. Who was you know. He was on the previous podcast right after the announcements u._2. Took the phones and you sort of ran with them. Literally you use the crap out of them. Wrote your experiences experiences in sort of a journal diary format just to give the twenty four hour impression seventy two hour impressions. Ask that change up until today. Which is when you publish your review what six seven days after you got the phone yeah and it was a really good process from from kind of letting people in to where we were at along the way but also helped us hyodo and i both mentioned this morning that it helped the us form our own ideas because you know getting them out there and forcing yourself to write. I think each of our updates was like seven even eight hundred words and so forcing ourselves to go through that process and knowing that we have to we we didn't have to you have a fully formed opinion yet. We set up front that like hey this is just how we're feeling a brain dump and get those ideas out actually really helped me and high auto both both get to actual conclusions in the end a lot easier by kind of just throwing things out there and saying oh well that that okay let's reflect on that later or let's see how this idea forms over the next couple of days and i think it really informed my final conclusions in my the review today. So how did i mean. Obviously your your your perception of product. Any product is going to change over the course of a few days but you know given that you have reviewed every note since the note four. How does this one on. It's a better phone. Obviously it's a more complete thought. It's more mature in every way but this feels like the note lying is a little little bit more muted. It's a little bit less anticipated than in previous years. How do you square that circle. How do you how do you figure or is it just that phones in general are less interesting or is this phone in particular less interesting. I've definitely heard a lot of that opinion. Nyan from from people as i put my thoughts on the ten out there that you know they rightly point out that the whole smartphone industry is kind kind of leveling off a little bit or stagnating or not improving that quickly and the way that the note has evolved in the last four generations or so is kind of just following that trend like the problem is that samsung is in full control of how how it chooses to differentiate the note line from the s line and they just haven't really been differentiated at all at this point. I mean at the end of my review to just spoil it for everybody. I point out that you know the word. Note just signifies that it has a stylus now it. It doesn't actually signify that this is the absolute pinnacle of what samsung can do and it's different in all these different ways in. It's dramatically better than the previous one because it's just not true anymore. The galaxy note ten plus is excellent just top to bottom but it's excellent in and all of the same ways that the galaxy s. ten plus is and then also as a stylus and if you were to rerelease a galaxy s. ten plus today it would just have all the same specs that the note ten plus does because it's six months newer and there are higher end specs and we're going to see a galaxy s. eleven. That's gonna come out in another six months and it's just going to be the same or better than the note ten plus so they're they're kind of and just on this same pathway and i understand that phones can't just get dramatically better every single time but it seems like there's more or of a stagnation here than would then. I'd like to see for something like a note that historically pushed the envelope more so. Are you had the phone for less time than andrew or i but you you got the blue version so i think you you win after twenty four hours. What are what's your impression impression of this massive of phone well. I've i've had it for about twenty twenty four. I've had for about twenty four hours at this point. I've i've barely set anything on it so far. I haven't even logged into read it on this phone yet. I will say yeah. Blue is awesome. Nazarov is wanting to trade me for the ara. Glow 'cause not really wants the blue to vader but <hes> it's it's fun to use. This is the first note that i've ever owned this. I note that i've ever used in any like like real capacity outside playing with one at a a big injury barbecuer playing with one store so it's it's big and it's beautiful and it's is quick and i'm looking forward to using it mooring getting used to this and then going back to pixel three or a galaxy s. ten and going. Oh my god this field small all but for now it's just it's huge and i'm looking forward to using it. I i haven't even i haven't opened the camera yet and i'm looking forward to taking the stone to the park and just going one wild with the camera okay so every new samsung phone has night mode now and you know for me. That's the biggest difference i think after coming from a a p thirty pro or pixel three and i have to say that a a previous updates google camera moved the move nights site into the main camera app app instead of it being in the overflow menu and that's been a big change and the first thing i do now with the new phone is i put night mode right next to photo mode on a samsung phone. Wally phone doesn't matter what it is. It has a motive goes goes right next to my main mode because they use that way more than portrait or video or anything else <music> andrew. You had a chance to take this to a lot of different places. You've taken hundreds of photos with the no ten. Is it a good camera camera. Does it stack up to the pixel three the p thirty pro in all lighting conditions. Where does it excel whereas the ball down so so it's excels in all the ways of course that previous simpson cameras have in that in daylight in even in kind of mixed lighting like like your typical kind of sunset photo or you know harsh lighting just coming from one side anytime. There's actually some sort of light available. The cameras really really good and samsung's dynamic range really stands out the color standout. It's incredibly sharp and one one of samsung's biggest features in the camera for me is it's consistency just from shot to shot you press the button. The camera is really fast at captures it does its thing and handed. Does it pretty much the same every single time. The only place that's disappointing is the same place that samsung's seng's always been disappointing. Those really dark shots where you do the exact same daniel i just put the night mode or whatever it's called right next to the regular camera mode auto mode and it anytime where you feel like you need to switch to that mode you've already lost with the note ten plus because it's just not as good as what watson does what google does and honestly even what sony is doing with the exterior area one which is hilarious because we've always paying sony's cameras for being bad in low light and anytime that there's a little bit to work with breath you get a pretty good photo but when you have that kind of late night scene where there's really nothing to go off of in terms of light or you're you're in a fully artificial light environment. You're talking about like a bar late at night or a restaurant with just candles on the tables or something like that. It's it's almost not worth taking a shot because it's going to be so grainy and messy whether us night motor not that it's it's just frustrating <hes> it's it's just extra frustrating. If you're somebody like us that have used the latest cameras like a pixel three cetera but it's frustrating the same way that it's the same performance as like debris jet last three generations of samsung cameras. I don't know about you but i can look at google photos and i can just scroll through the thumbnails and even though i'm sure both of you are the same you take photos with many different phones and then applaud them to google photos and they just all get dispersed and they're all just thrown together. Yeah i can tell even from a thumbnail. What phone took a particular photo based on the color. I q based on a bunch of different factors and and we're getting to the point now where every phone takes pretty good photos but there's just something off. I think about out samsung in anything but perfect lighting condition and and i'm wondering if you can articulate what that is because i i haven't been able to to really figure that out other than to say it's. It just doesn't look. It doesn't look quite right to my eyes. Yeah i can and do the same thing scrolling through google photos which is kind of sad i realize in not everybody has those kind of side by side thoughts but because i was i was gonna say yeah unless i'm specifically thinking something i i take photos with one camera unless i accidently took him with the wrong camera. If i'm carrying two on me but i i don't do a whole lot got a side by side and most days in the park. We not side by side in terms of taking the same exact photo back to back but you can kind of tell there. There's something to a samsung camera that in the daylight the things that make it so great in terms of its dynamic range in its colors. Just don't seem to translate well to representing a scene properly in weaker lighting. Yeah i mean it's it's not so much that it's rainy or that. It's i guess it's it's just there's there's some particular nuance that simpson cameras have have that where they used to be an advan. It used to be an advantage and now it is no longer an advantage now. It's it's a disadvantaged but like in terms of daylight photos you know i'm looking through the the photos that i've taken with the no ten plus right now and they're pretty much perfect mix there. There's really nothing to complain about so from that perspective. I'm really happy with this camera but putting <music> equivalent photos and i'm going to be doing this experiment later this week where i i'm going to take photos with the pixel three a the p thirty pro and the no ten plus and i'm going to try to figure out what exactly it is. I i prefer about those other two cameras well and of course the pixel three in particular is is one of these cameras. That's a love hate relationship because the camera app can be slow and fiddly and it can some concern times produce photos that are a little kind of blander to neutral. It's not like that's perfect but the low low light capabilities of that camera are so good. They're so way beyond everything else. The you're kind of willing to give up some of the other you know parts. It's and i feel like i just wish that samsung would do a little bit of the same. It's really good at so many things in the camera department that i you know i it's just frustrating because i know samsung didn't have to do anything it just had to pick up the s. tens cameras in but the more over here it didn't have to do and nor did it say that it did add anything in terms of the daylight capabilities of the sensors or anything so it's like well what did you do. You should have spent spent some time improving the clear weakness of the camera there. That's kind of the the frustrating part and it's tough to put your finger on it because because it's kind of a nikki thing because like you said in so many cases the photos are kind of perfect that you feel bad pointing out out in saying that the low light performance isn't very good but it just isn't. It's just known it's just you just know it when you see it and it's tough in a review scenario dario as well because i put low light photos in my note ten review and they're good because i picked the four good photos that i took in in over a week of taking low light photos. I picked the whatever it is three four and a couple from ohio that were really good so i took hundreds of photos to get four good ones and that's that's the problem right now. We talked a lot about the phone specs and the previous podcast. We're not gonna. We're not going to rehash that but i just wanted to talk about this fourth depth camera because i've been i'm playing a little bit with it and there's this three d. scanning feature. That's really hard to find. I didn't i had to search for it and the reason it's hard to
Dangerously high temperatures are scorching the US as authorities issue warnings
"Case one hundred fifty seven million people in thirty states are sweltering through dangerously high temperatures for another day National Weather Service meteorologist rich Otto says conditions won't get any better after sunset the night time lows are not going to provide a whole lot of relief sample some of the low temperatures this morning across the east coast were only eighty degrees I think Central Park when I look this morning was eighty three degrees at eight AM workers on usual so yeah unfortunately the night time is not going to provide a whole lot of relief you'll lose the heat of the day of course you won't have a sign bearing down but it's still going to feel rather warm and
Hurricanes to match Montreal's offer sheet for Sebastian Aho
"Free agents have bashing otto signed a five year forty two point twenty seven million dollar offer sheet with ls habit pumps the hurricanes have a week to massey offer they say they're going to a we like we just said what jeff it's not that high of a number now guys i wanna ask you something now sebastian novel let me said he signs and actual contract track of montreal north carolina's gonna match it you gotta be a hurricane will he get any funny looks in the room from from the teammates at all well they understand you know all the all the teammates says i man you're gonna have an unreal tim dinner the paid for this year the at one point point they'll be on the board but that's just getting a deal put right in front of your face hey and you sign it and the funniest thing is you don't really i shouldn't say you should you don't care but doesn't matter who who ends up giving you the contract you're good to
Australia probes reports of citizen detained in North Korea
"Australia's trying to confirm reports one of its citizens has been held in north korea media say alex sigli who runs tools and submits social media posts sense being detail paned bloomberg's jason scorza reports north korea's previously stoked international allegations it is inducted foreign citizens most recently when american college student otto warmbier died in two thousand seventeen following more than a year of captivity in camera jason scott bloomberg
Those tariffs could hit the iPhone
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Create and publish a stunning website. All from one powerful platform. Go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w I x dot com in stay tuned, after the show to hear you can take advantage of special offer for talking tech listeners is Jefferson Graham. You listen to the weekend edition of talking tat, where I look at some of the big stories of the week in round them up and you know this was the week that President Donald Trump doubled down on his trade war with China announcing higher tariffs that threatened at twenty five percent or more to the cost of electronic devices, and other products produced in China, these would go into effect June. Twenty fifth in the course the big question we all want to know is what about the iphone more on that in a second. The list of some nearly four thousand products includes popular everyday items, like laptops, tablets, and TV's Chinese giant Lenovo had the number one market share, in personal computer shipments in two thousand eighteen over. Hewlett Packard Dell and apple so you can expect to pay more for computers in the US many, big box retailers offered Chinese brands like TCL, and high sense. TV's offered at substantial discounts. The Roku, branded TV featuring a built in streaming player from Roku is made by TCL expect to pay more for those now for apple again. The big question is, will America's bestselling consumer device, the iphone which is already pricey to begin with. Be hit with a twenty five percent tariff, the, the top of the line iphone, now starts at eleven hundred dollars. Some analysts think that apple will definitely get hit others notably gene, Munster and analyst in investor would loop ventures. Takes a minority opinion. He says, apple will not get hit because Apple's based in the US a lot of parts come from China, but Apple's a US based company, he doesn't think they'll get hit. We'll see DJ. I the Chinese company best known for selling drones and cameras would get the tariffs long with makes of low-cost bones, that many consumers haven't heard of like one touch, or Otto. Now, the number three cellphone manufacturer in the world after Samsung and apple is wow way they don't sell out of phones in the US and apparently, they're not gonna be growing here, either the Trump administration just put the company on its entity list, essentially banning it from doing business here. So the bottom line is look to spend a lot more money on devices whatever's going to happen. Even with the tariffs is going to affect you, because so many products are made in China. Some savvy manufacturers are just getting out of China altogether. Go pro has moved their production to Mexico and I believe ring. Video doorbells are also moving to Mexico as well. So I think you're gonna see a lot of movement there. And I also believe that the movement will cause some of those prices to go up as well, because Durham moving costs associated right? What are your thoughts about the tariffs? Let's talk about it on Twitter where I match Everson. Graham, you've been listening to talking tech, please subscribe to show wherever you listen to online audio. I'll be back tomorrow with another quick hit from the world attack. Thanks a lot. Sometimes having a great idea is the easy, part getting people to hear about your idea. Not always so simple. But now there's wicks at wicks dot com. You can start and publish your website for free wicks artifice design intelligence, creates a stunning website for you in just a few minutes. You can choose from over five hundred stunning templates, or start from scratch just answer, a few questions about your business to get started wicks provides you with an all in one business solution to grow your online presence, plus all sites include built in SEO tools, so you can easily get found online, and in search engines, like Google, and Bing, build a website of your very own with wicks today. And if you go to wigs dot com and use our code talking, you'll get ten percent off any premium plan with wicks premium plans. You'll get more storage a free domain for a year and much more. That's wicks w I x dot com promo code talking for ten percent off your premium plan. Dan?
Otto Warmbier, US And Two Million Dollars discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"Interest. Trump today saying no money was paid to retrieve the comatose Otto warmbier from North Korean custody. A Washington Post story yesterday said the captive student was released only after the US promised to pay two million dollars for warm beer. Ears release extensively to cover his medical bills
Trump says "no money was paid" to North Korea for Otto Warmbier
"Hey, there's a report that North Korea build a US two million dollars for hospital care for American auto warmbier washing riposte reports that the north wouldn't release the comatose warmbier to the US without a signed pledge the president tweeting moments ago. No money was paid to North Korea for Otto warmbier not two million dollars. Not anything else. This is not the Obama administration. They'd pay one point eight billion dollars for four hostages. And then it kind of goes off the rail he says or gave five tear or is which is misspelled hostages. Plus who soon went back to battle for traders sergeant bergdahl that's usually the daily news at its oil. Oh, the these two skewered the president. They said, you know, we have the perfect guy in the Oval Office. Here's a guy who never paid his Bill stiff every. Body. Stiff contractors good. He's stiff North Korea. We finally had the right guy, the the White House
North Korea handed U.S. $2 million bill for Otto Warmbier's medical expenses
"I new details emerging about the two hundred and seventeen death of the 2017 death of American Otto warmbier after falling into a coma while detained in North Korea. More from correspondent Steve Dorsey in Washington CBS news confirms North Korea build the US two million dollars for warm beers medical treatment. And although in American on voice said to North Korea to negotiate his release pledged to pay it the US never actually intended to do. So White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, says the Trump administration doesn't comment on. Hostage negotiations. Fred warmbier autos, father told the Washington Post. He had no previous knowledge of the Bill but character resort Herrick devised it as ransom for his deceased, son. The warmbier family would Butte President Trump last month for siding with Kim Jong after the North Korean leader denied knowledge of their sons maltreatment during the
Franco-German divisions laid bare in Brexit talks
"To delay. Brexit from six months overriding the objections of French president Emmanuel Macron and setting a Halloween deadline for Britain to leave the block lettering. Con talks to Alex Barker and Gotcha Zan about the considerations informed. The discussions. Onyx? It's the often after very long Brexit summit. We left the building around four o'clock in the morning. We had a result. What was it? So it was Otto thirty first Halloween is the new day for Brexit. It was a difficult discussion. The second time that you leaders of come together in the last month to extend Britain's membership in the union and its controversial because there were very clear differences of you typically between France and Germany over the merits of Britain staying within the union, and it became very clear through the course of the night way. You had the French president Emmanuel Macron taking a very tough approach initially, especially making clear that he wanted a short extension in may or June to keep pressure on the UK to force a decision about this to avoid the UK taking part in European elections next month. For parliament. They want to leave. And at the other end, the majority of you leaders who wanted something that was longer that would take Brexit of their agenda for up to a year and Angola Merckel was one of the strong advocates of that approach in that group as a summit seemed to go on we had to raise may coming doing her dress. But there's only one leader that was the focus of events. And that was mR Macron became out telling us that he was happy with the best possible compromise. And remarkable also came out and said that she was very happy with the result guy. What was the role of the charter in getting Macron into medium extension territory, the, but he's happy with and she was happy with what was have influence over him. I think she had a kind of moderating influence over Macron. I think you had essentially French president with a very tough hard line approach is is is described and you have the other. The camp that wanted to sort of extend it much further out to possibly as far as April next year. And I think Michael was trying to edge towards a compromise that was satisfied both camps. And I think it was very important that she talked about the e use historic responsibility. This is an abiding feature of the kind of rhetoric that Merckel uses on Brexit. She believes that people in twenty to thirty years time. We'll look back and judge the EU on how it handled Brexit, especially the whole concept of a no deal Brexit. She thinks that history will judge the European Union extremely harshly. If it allows written to crash out without a deal. So I think that is her overriding priority in these negotiations to ensure an orderly Brexit one that doesn't damage the version Konami also doesn't damage the European the German economy. So we're left with this Halloween date and. Effectively splitting the difference between the two council were ended up equidistant, but October thirty first the beginning of November is also quite an important moment in the political cycle. Alex. Why does it matter in a year of quite big upheaval that we're in October toiletry rather than say December? What does it mean in the us life cycle post-election world? It's a big transitional year for the EU all of institutions will have a new president appointed in the coming year. And November is a time when the European Commission leadership will change and Brown's had worried that Britain's continuation as a Member State would start kind of pollute the normal day-to-day business of the EU, and it retains all the rights and powers of membership yet wants to leave this union and November's the point where it would have been potentially nominating. A European Commissioner. From the UK and would be taking decisions about shaping the club in the future. Even when Britain still intended to leave. And so this provides a bit of security about those concerns by limiting the kind of influence of the UK would be able to have their will other commitments given. But it's quite hard to do it legally because alternately all the voicing powers Britain has would still be there. I'm gonna Mirka when she walked into the room. We saw laughing and joking one diplomat described demeanor as quite relaxed on the other hand you had Mr. Macron for whom the stakes were very high. He walked into the room telling us that unit his project, the sorts of of the was a stake in the end we managed to come somewhere in the middle. But was this a seminal summit for the Franco-German relationship were talking to someone an expert on the think tank in Berlin softening who made a very interesting point, which is the really in a way the difference that we have between France and Germany on this issue of delaying. Brexit is actually indicative of much bigger split between Germany, and France, which is their attitude to reform the EU, I mean Micron essentially has this idea that Brexit is a big distraction from as you put it the European renaissance, and the sooner we get rid of this destruction the better so that we can get on with the task. Of reforming overhauling the EU. Now Merckel is very very cautious. We know that. But she's quite conservative. When it comes to big rolls of the dice, reforming the EU. So actually for her this issue of Brexit being a distraction is actually less relevant because overhauling the EU is also less of a priority for her on. It's actually becoming increasingly difficult to persuade Taryn party the Christian Democrats of the wisdom of doing these bold reforms. So in a way, she is much more supportive of these sort of incremental steps and also in a way, she's trying desperately to ensure that there are no big cataclysms that will hurt the EU and could actually lead to the disintegration of the EU. That's her main concern is keeping the EU together. And I think she feels that Brexit is potentially such a destabilizing thing that needs to be managed incredibly well in order to keep. P- a you cohesion to maintain aid. You you should not sexually top priority. Alex. He's been in Brussels long enough to know that the Franco-German relationship has been through a few ups and downs. How would you judge where we are right now given that yesterday or last night very apparent the mR Macron was pretty isolated an even though Michael bottom around. He seemed to have backed himself into a bit of a corner is that an ominous sign for how these two partners go ahead and future. I mean, the French president had a bit of support in the room. But clearly he was in a minority, and it's very rare to see such clear differences in public while public as a summit gets voiced clearly in such a sustained manner over something that's as important as this issue, the French and Germans tend to keep their differences private or try to always huge divergences in outlook of many big policy areas. But. It's more and more creeping into the public realm. They're more comfortable about speaking in opposition to each other and use that to some extent last night, some of it was tactical considerations. Should they go short and keep the pressure on the UK to make the labor party feel that there was a no deal imminent that it was time to really compromise. Or should they go long take it off, the EU agenda give the UK time and possibly make all the Brexit. Who think a no deal is a good thing. Think that the whole Brexit may be lost in it's time to compromise and do a deal. So that was a legitimate question there, but underlying the differences between the French and gyms was more fundamental difference in outlook about the European interest over Brexit in mccombs view. It is in the European interest for this to end as soon as possible and potentially for Europe to continue without the UK. In the view of Berlin. It would be better for this to resolve itself in his consensual away as possible and ideally probably for the Brits to stay in. That was the fundamental difference in outlook, the orientated both leaders last night and actually caused all the trouble in the room. No leaders last night ruled out another extension pasta. But which means we could be back having this clash of philosophies again. And it'll be interesting to see whether if we're back in Newton, Macron's vision might win over the longer ones. But. We'll have to wait and see very much guys.
"otto" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"The parents of Otto warmbier are not on the side of President Trump over their son's fatal injuries suffered in North Korea. A bad week for President Trump just got worse with backlash over his comments saying he believes North Korea leader, Kim Jong Hoon didn't know how American college shooting Otto warmbier was being treated now. Warm bears. Parents are speaking out CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman in his tweet the president blames North Korea. But he sidesteps the key issue. Whether Kim Jong UN is also responsible the whole controversy began when Mr. Trump said Kim told him he knew nothing about warm beers mistreatment during the Americans detention, and Mr. Trump said he took him at his word. The president says his words are being misinterpreted former FBI deputy director, Andrew McCabe. These are actions that we have never seen. From an American president and ones that I think send an incredibly troubling message around the world to those governments who we have constantly tried to influence to be better. Be more transparent be truthful, Alison keys, CBS news, Wilmington woman, is facing charges after dragging a Delaware state trooper with SUV earlier this week the update from KYW's, Dan wing, Delaware state police say fifty two year old year across Yano to Walla was arrested Friday, and is now being charged with the heckler assault, reckless endangerment and related offenses state. Police say Graziano got into some kind of argument with a state trooper who was directing traffic at the intersection of Kirkwood highway and Farren drive Monday afternoon. She tried to speed off causing the trooper to be dragged about a tenth of a mile down. Farren drive before he broke free enrolled into a grassy median the eighteen year. Veteran of the force sustained non-life-threatening injuries Graziano to Walla was arraigned Friday and released on bail. Dan wing, KYW NewsRadio. The Trump administration's proposed space for us would start very small. The Pentagon envisioned starting out with two hundred people at space force headquarters with the new service, which would be part of the air force, then growing fifteen thousand that would make it. The smallest branch of the military less than half the size of the coast guard. Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan calls establishment of the force a strategic step toward securing America's vital national interests in space. Some key members of congress have questioned the need for a separate military service, though, there is support for improving US defense capabilities in space, Jerry bowed lender. Washington SpaceX hopes to make orbital history with its falcon nine rocket and commercial dragon crew capsule. This will be a six day shakedown cruise to the spacecraft that SpaceX Natia hope will fly astronauts to and from the international space station starting this summer. Gesture for every system from life support to propulsion Nash administrator, Jim Breitenstein, all of these things are.
"otto" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I just did a gar- packs. John is gonna join us in an hour this guard yesterday talking about the failed signing of Jabari Parker. Well, you know where we're at in again. And just you know, we're we're a urine or rebuild our year and a half. And we, and you know, obviously, we need to continue to add talent to this roster. And we need to add young talent to this roster. And what we saw under Bari was the guy who's twenty three years old and had town. And. Sometimes the pieces don't fit exactly right. And obviously there were some struggles which he hasn't really good games forest. But there were some struggles with him. Also, I think the key thing is John, and I were looking at it was in looking at trying to go out and get a talented player that he was going to be a short term commitment, and you hope for the best efforts not working out. You're not locked in long term ended essence as what we saw yesterday. It wasn't working. I've see what you by the way. I think he would have liked it to work in the way. We would have liked it to work. But the fact that we had that contract was basically expiring contract in April. This train to happen for us to address what we think is a real need to get a young talented three-man in phila- neat. So. I don't know answers your question, but it turned out I think as positive for the bowls, and I think you're going to go to a situation Washington or they're excited to have him as they make a playoff Bush. So will they be saying the exact same thing here from now about Otto porter jR, while we traded him because it didn't work out quite the way we thought I think they do have hopes that he can fit into whatever it is that they're doing over there. And he might if they find some if Lowery turns out to be really good if they get the first pick, and they pigs sign any looks the part, and he turns out to be a stud. You know, maybe he does fit in the next couple of years in a short win. The problem is, you know. He's on a two year deal too. I know he's making a lot of money in the next couple years. It's not like he's on a five year contract. I mean, are you ready to win next year? Probably not maybe the year after that when he can exercise a very lucrative player option. And he's don't see a better overall basketball player than what you gave up for him with the wing player, you gave up form specifically probably a twenty million that trade is he a better player overall than what you got rid of Andrew bar park. I would say, yes. Okay. And you had to have something else to match contracts. So you ended up getting rid of Bobby Portis you by the fact that they've got some duplicity there. And they might have something that might be as good if not better at some point. Then what Bobby Portis providing two guys that they feel better about exactly. So there you go. So I've got no problem with the reasoning right of what they did there. Specifically, no matter what the price for auto Puerto junior Otto porter. Yeah. No matter what the price. So if there's some rationale to what they're doing. And how they're thinking. Okay. They're still bad basketball team. They didn't become a better basketball team. There's still a bad basketball team. But at least now they're kind of England is something different where all right. We've got something that could be a theoretical piece as we move forward. Let's evaluate it over the rest of this year next year. And then if we are ready, and we do get that draft choice. Maybe make a recommitment to Otto porter jR, or you. Let them go. You say, hey, we find another three in the guy. Right. And then we plug something else in around there. Let's go to the phones here. Slim's in Hammond, Indiana on ESPN one thousand eight one was going, no carbs. That was a terrible trade. You was already losing. I thought the reason for standards of Bari was just so you can let him go at the end year. You had spent the money. 'cause I look at it. If you already lose you got a better chance of getting a number one pick you get that Wednesday other players you're going to track other players will help because right now. Not attracting no play. I don't think they're going to win many more games though, slam even with Otto porter. You know? I don't think he's going to make that big of a difference. I think he gives them a better in the Ohio pick like a one or two than they did before they had. Yeah. Oh, I know. I I don't think it's going to matter that much they'll probably still be on track to pick somewhere there in the top four. And like we've talked about the rules have changed this year. You no longer have a twenty five percent chance Stagno about fourteen if you have the worst record. And even if you've got like, the twelve twelve twelve oh, I thought it was four days that one is twelve. And then fourth is eleven point four. Okay. So there's not that much of a difference. And they're gonna finish somewhere in that bottom for. I would think let's hope my God. I don't think Otto porter makes them that much better Billy's and Berlin on ESPN thousand belly. What's up, boys? Thanks for taking my call. Sure. Karm earlier you were talking about how Derek roses injury would would derail you know, any any basketball franchise any team? And that's been like a narrative for a long time in that window that they were in back then. Yes, that's that's even in that window. I you look at a team like the Spurs the Spurs had a terrible injury. David Robinson, which is actually what led them. Yeah. That's true. Which is what led them to draft. Tim Duncan and set them on that dynastic era. I think it has more to do with the development of players like do you? Honestly trust this bull's team to develop Zion. Williamson. Are we going to be looking at like in another ADS you have they develop? From now have they developed marketing and the answer. Developed Markkanen is your answer that keep candidate develop. Anyone will also had some injury issue. Yeah. I mean, I don't try trusted Tibbs. Right. Save the coach the coach could help there. That's true. Sure. But even then I on probably not the guy 'cause we've seen tips is better developing like those point guards and taking people. I just there's no track record here with this front office showing me they're setting themselves up like ours. Like, oh, this rebuilding. The first two years you've been in a rebuilt for a lot longer than you want to identify. Yeah. It's a fair point Billy. Thank you. And I know that everybody's questioning if the was I would even be in the right hands, by the way Tibbs is going to be on the station later today with lot on Soviet to thirty that remark to thirty for tips. Who's doing some TV work again is a smiling. Tips cue tips knew how to use guys. Now tips has his other me. He's really gotta Lou. Edison thing going to with the hair. He's really got a little handsome thing with their tips is not without flaws. Of course, as we've documented but tips knew how to get the most out of guys. He did look you develop blue wall into a real good player because he knew how to use them a little. Yes. Very somebody's got a power that bald headed has or whatever's left up there. They got a powder that thing down, and then it causes some serious lighting issues. There needs to be like a makeup person on the stand while right next to the stage with some powder. That one. Yeah, he's excitable. You know, I think he gets juiced up when he's talking about basketball Harding's in Orland park on ESPN one thousand eight Harding. Going on. So just a little bit on the boards. Man. I it's obvious that they're just what they tell us is fans behaviors go to contradict that in case in point. They mentioned in going after Otto porter was a move to fill a need. Right. And then you look at. All right. So you went and got Otto porter. And if everything goes, right? I really you're probably gonna want to go after it makes me think that they value RJ buried higher than die. Because either you're going to bench. Williamson has your number one pick because auto quarters are small Ford where are you going to twenty eight million dollars cut off the bench? You get what I'm saying? Because I am plays a three or four laureate. Four window at five meeting Zion. Either gonna start at the three importers coming twenty eight million dollars off the bench. Like, what are you thinking? He was coming off the bench a lot in Washington this year. I mean that that'll make you train. Can you? Let me ask you a question. And listen if I'm asking a question, it's totally out of turn. Can you play a small lineup and go four zero three one? Of course, you could play you could play Lowry. Zion and Otto porter. I mean a window on the bench, then we're talking starting lineup and ideally trying to construct your young book the be right? Yeah. Right. Major putting bit window. Somebody might have to start on the bench. But let me ask you this. Then if somebody you got seven person rotation eight top stirring, the regular season, usually, right? Isn't that what we are ninety nine ninety nine during the regular season teams? Can somebody be then productive with twenty four minutes? Yes. Of course, can we have productivity auto. You. Don't go get out. For that kind of money. Right. You just don't do it. Because then you go pick back backup point guard. Whatever the case may be not solidified. You don't don't get auto. They also might not end up with Zayn Williamson. Let's face it hardy. Thanks, and I think that they were very willing to sorta admit that this is there. This is their path instead of going into free agency. This might end up the Jarrell, which is named Moran Moran. They might end up with John Moran. How do we know? I mean, you don't know if you end up with him. What are you looking at now? Mostly a point guard. Isn't that is that what he is? You're still missing you gotta three you've got a four. You've got. Complete Levine's you're shooting is he does he shoot well enough to be your too? I mean, I wish you wouldn't take so many mid range jump shots. They gotta get that out. Right. Yes. Puerto would be threes. Well, you still have a little redundancy up there. I go. Yeah. Yeah. Because you're in that case you're not getting Zion. Puerto would be your three or four window would be your five. Yes. Correct. Let's go to Patrick. Ooh. Sorry. Patch in Bolingbrook. Hey, patrick. Car girls. Thank you for taking the call listener for a long time. Thanks for calling because I am a season ticket holder and have been so right around the end of the Derrick role there. And I've noticed that you know. Yeah. They'll show the numbers of how many fans are in attendance. One of the retail size is when they do that bulls charity or they showed that number decrease. Well, that's showing you how many people are really there. I'm a fan. I'm still gonna probably a renew my ticket. But there's definitely a difference. Are showing up that are engage in the game. There's a lot of people that are barely likes to be saying like the other kids out. But I'm looking at the around me, and you know, I I can pretty much guarantee. I wanna have an empty seat or two next to me, and I'm down in one hundred level. So you know, I'm like well. Wow. This different. Oh, I started out in the three hundred level, and it was always crowded, and then I'm, you know, recently moved down, but I've noticed attendances less and the engagement of little different. And I think that the boys are at a point now where they're they've lost that aligns fate that people were giving and within the next year you might start seeing somebody's tickets literally. So in for Carol twenty dollars just to even getting to one hundred level. Hi, patrick. Thanks, buddy. That's from a season ticket holder. I haven't been to a bull's game yet this year. So I don't know what the vibe in the atmosphere is like the NBA still does. A good job of making sure that it's family friendly. I'll put it that way to get kids out to the game. And things like that. I think that is why a lot of people go what's stopping you from going to a bowl. I just haven't gone. I don't know. Good question. Me up, but I'm going Sunday. Three hawks game. I'm going to see the Red Wings in the hawks on Sunday. If the bulls were better, would you make it a point to find a way to get out point? I mean, somehow we missed our December guys outing. I don't know how that happened. We were going to do that. Again this year. We never did it. Unfortunately, I'd like to do if the holiday parties Karm. We missed it. I don't know. You're that's a good question. If they were better, you would find a way to make to find an excuse to get to the United Center to see the ball spot. But because the bulls aren't any good. Then you're always thinking. Another time another time. I'll look further down the scheduled to see if I can go..
"otto" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Otto warmbier was arrested on suspicion of stealing a propaganda poster in North Korea, then tortured until he was set back home to the US in a coma. And soon died now a federal judge has ordered North Korea to pay the family of warm beer, a settlement more from correspondent Marlins. Maderas US court has ordered Pyongyang to pay five hundred and one million dollars in damages for the torture and death of US college student Otto warmbier last year who died after being released from captivity in North Korea warned beers. Parents sued North Korean April over their son's death. The twenty two year old student died after being imprisoned in North Korea from January twenty sixteen until he was returned to the United States in a coma in June twenty seventeen he died a few days later, and in Ohio coroner said the cause was lack of oxygen and blood to the brain. Marvelous Maderas Washington Treasury Secretary Steve. Steve Mnuchin bid to reassure bankers about the economy seems to have backfired more from White House correspondent Boris Sanchez. A source familiar with the calls that Mnuchin had this weekend says that they were totally baffled by this phone call. And he was asking them about liquidity issues. He was told there are no liquidity issues. In fact, a source familiar with the conversation told CNN that Mnuchin was told by one Bank CEO that some of the volatility in Washington is causing the uncertainty in the stock market with the government shutdown questions about the position of fed chair. Jerome Powell President Trump has been meeting with his homeland security secretary and other officials to discuss border security issues is a partial government shutdown over his border wall. Aiders Christmas without a clear resolution in sight, though, both sides have traded offers over dollars and cents. They remained far apart on the wall. The White House insists that Trump will reject any deal that does not include money for a wall or fence. The Dow down six fifty three. I'm Mike moss. What happened you used to go hours without visiting the bathroom? Now, it seems like you're constantly getting up to pee and you're even getting up at night to go..
"otto" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Otto warmbier was arrested on suspicion of stealing a propaganda poster in North Korea, then tortured until he was sent back home to the US in a coma. And soon died now a federal judge has ordered North Korea to pay the family of warm beer, a settlement more from correspondent Marlins. Maderas US court has ordered Pyongyang to pay five hundred and one million dollars in damages for the torture and death of US college student Otto warmbier last year who died after being released from captivity in North Korea warned beers. Parents sued North Korean April over their son's death. The twenty two year old student died after being imprisoned in North Korea from January twenty sixteen until he was returned to the United States in a coma in June twenty seventeen he died a few days later, and in Ohio coroner said the cause was lack of oxygen and blood. The brain warrantless Maderas Washington Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin bid reassure bankers about the economy seems to have backfired more from White House correspondent Boris Sanchez. A source familiar with the calls that Mnuchin had this weekend says that they were totally baffled by this phone call. And he was asking them about liquidity issues. He was told there are no liquidity issues. In fact, a source familiar with the conversation told CNN that Mnuchin was told by one Bank CEO that some of the volatility in Washington is causing the uncertainty in the stock market with the government shutdown questions about the position of fed chair. Jerome Powell President Trump has been meeting with his homeland security secretary and other officials to discuss border security issues is a partial government shutdown over his border wall. Aiders Christmas without a clear resolution in sight, though, both sides have traded offers over dollars and cents. They remained far apart on the wall. The White House insists that Trump will reject any deal does not include money for. A wall or fence? The Dow down six fifty three I'm.
"otto" Discussed on The Morning Roast
"I am grounded otto gadul because he does both summer in windsor bad bit fame not read is garbage tony guy we heard from you since last olympics and the only bit you got his get in the winter olympic you can pull anything else out of that little deal sure off guy this is jealousy overzealous traffic center subdued stayed out the cold we oil on his body i'm sitting at home chilean drinking english breakfast t i was having a great time nobody was fun the finns look good they were doing like kicking it they had they had all sorts of stuff going on but the best outfits of the entire indoor early that a nice little uplift ski look going you know like they look like clothes you would otherwise actually where we're just hard to pull off was great so the clothes that they wear for the opening ceremony isn't necessarily the clothes they wear because i know a lot to be made of the nigerian how flat and nigerian athletic apparently but that's different yeah that's a different thing this stuff you wear for the opening ceremonies this sort of reform for that particular a vat not horrendous islands the ones with the americans they hasn't terrible gloves the looked awful but overall yeah on the guy that wakes up at six a m in the morning to watch the opening ceremonies announced in at some point i want to get into the the outfits coming up winter is interview we're going to talk to him about the olympics you're listening to the morning roast on espn radio.
"otto" Discussed on The Morning Roast
"I am grounded otto gadul because he does both summer in windsor bad bit fame not read is garbage tony guy we heard from you since last olympics and the only bit you got his get in the winter olympic you can pull anything else out of that little deal sure off guy this is jealousy overzealous traffic subdued stayed out the cold we oil on his body i'm sitting at home chilean drinking english breakfast t i was having a great time nobody was fun the finns look good they were doing like kicking it they had they had all sorts of stuff going on but the best outfits of the entire indoor early that a nice little uplift ski look going you know like they look like clothes you would otherwise actually where we're just hard to pull off was great so the clothes that they wear for the opening ceremony isn't necessarily the clothes they wear because i know a lot to be made of the nigerian how flat and nigerian athletic apparently but that's different yeah that's a different thing this stuff you wear for the opening ceremonies this sort of reform for that particular a vat not horrendous islands the ones with the americans they hasn't terrible gloves the looked awful but overall yeah on the guy that wakes up at six a m in the morning to watch the opening ceremonies announced in at some point i want to get into the the outfits coming up winter is interview we're going to talk to him about the olympics you're listening to the morning roast on espn radio.
"otto" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Us that complacency and concessions only invite aggression and provocation i will not repeat the mistakes of past administrations that got us into this very dangerous position we need only look at the depraved character of the north korean regime to understand the nature of the nuclear threat it could pose to america and to our allies not a warm mere it was a hardworking student at the university a virginia and a great student he was on his way to study abroad in asia otto joined a tour to north korea at its conclusion this wonderful young man was arrested and charged with crimes against the state after a shameful trial the dictatorship sentenced otto to fifteen years of hard labour before returning him to america last june horribly injured and on the verge of death he passed away just days after his return autos been wonderful parents fred end cindy warm beer are here with us tonight along with autos brother insist austin and greta please two.
"otto" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Us that complacency and concessions only invite aggression and provocation i will not repeat the mistakes of past administrations that got us into this very dangerous position we need only look at the depraved character of the north korean regime to understand the nature of the nuclear threat it could pose to america and to our allies not a warm beer was a hardworking student at the university of virginia and a great student he was on his way to study abroad in asia otto joined a tour to north korea at its conclusion there's wonderful young man was arrested and charged with crimes against the state after a shameful trial dictatorship sentenced otto to fifteen years of hard labour before returning him to america last june horribly injured and on the verge of death he passed away just days after his return autos wonderful parents fred and cindy warm beer are here with us tonight along with autos brother insists austin and greta please.
"otto" Discussed on Talking Hoops with Zach Harper
"Is otto porter an allstar this year uh we'll get like an nba allstar yeah nba allstar but he says no i say no neither do you like that take either um i'm not even sure if i'm willing to make it a take yet i'm just i just is that what i really do these like what looked sixteen a game shooting like almost fifty percent from 3 like he's been great but i just been awesome now i don't know maybe if like maybe if there if they're competitive when would john walls out and john walls out for you know more than a couple of weeks than yeah i could i could be talked into that anchor uh with specially when he's played at the four they have been yeah deadlier that small ball lineup is is fantastic uh but yeah i mean i don't know like i i kinda feel like i feel like stars should make oh that's a good pass what is cat doing the carlotti towns passed up a wide open shot for a step back contested three you're ahead of me all mi hell no how far ahead of mi uh bills just crossing halfcourt only whoa wow okay well allstar otto porter just hit another jumper to put the the wizards of ninety one eighty nine i don't feel like i should wait for you on this so yeah so kissed dan just won the jimmy butler trade for the balls and otto porter does made the austerity want what happened i dunno into reasons chris the jumper roof.
"otto" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The sound tigers and this is tiger tricks keeping you up to speed with the future stars of the nhl currently playing you'd bridgeport connecticut the sound tigers are one to an oath through their first three games of the season following a two games split on the road against charlotte late last weekend bridgeport failed the checkers on saturday three two but friday's win was a promising one which saul several islanders prospects contributes defensemen sebastian auto 2017 fifthrounder displayed his two way ability with the game winning strength and ironically it came against the hurricanes organization which as the other sebastian otto here's how auto describes his highlight rilke winter on friday to be honest i didn't see it i just don't get paid by to throw the puck at the net on the other dos screening to go with very good enough on a little a little bought a both shoulder so i mean it's always nice to score and together the four first gozo is pretty important i gotta at a lot of chefs of the first game and a second game so it was nice getting it like added away and speaking of highlight reul's so it oh the second area he's up that women want on four thirty or forward tanner fritz finished second on the sound tigers in goalscoring last year and seems to be picking up right where he laughed at rhode islanders contracts to a guy who was in training camp with the team rookie forward scott answer s gotten off to a dream start and he's been turning heads of many folks in the organization as they spillover over the look at it out for the checkers this time mater aussie barely try to make up pacesetters nice com scott surrey's got of bonn south sanger's billy with nine twenty nine sec the 21yearold and serve who was a coke captain with map marcel with the seattle thunderbirds last season had three goals last weekend alone and now he's got four tallies it just three pro games he's.
"otto" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Above wretches goeller areana will take over as we go to the bottom of the eighth wow this series has turned the astros woody backtoback trudel water affairs add holder go to speed probably near eighty little those gains were close i don't think most people do the 80s much chance to come back i felt like the good chunk of the media were slanted they think he was going to end right here in new york bullets more back to you stood at least what it looks like although acceptable back used or stored for leery otto is in for a strike the bird but i mean the yankees winning games three and four adele ahead game five five two nothing bottom is pit pat's off style while we're different things to do to try to rally your tabin i'm sure there is at least one or two guys in the ap's were leaving new stood after losing that game too you style state go say hey boys were come back in houston make sure you're you're ready could recover backyard so it's not going to end at home the peta cut off a little bit for some confidence but with some hope rallies the guys in the 80s look a gun that the waters down stairs outside three balls and strikes bird greg bird a single a strikeout adult the three wanda crowded foul or space bird frazier that hedman john no horta that golkar but obviously a guy when the past that has mainly been a starter the threetier in the dirt added in that right there is the issue at hand added a pair abby look theory on old evacuated aboard left on left out be transferred i get the hip with is always on the table francisco older we're talking about a guy and cold rear for die this year with eastern it is six point three twenty here at midday we know he hasn't pitched takover week method elephant for guy this would have the greatest control the pace and that one in the dirt kicks away from it and that get to the back scott without doubt the bills bird various where to that i control five nothing gate he's what by the time the senators over a jiffy sevenrace the batter they get.
"otto" Discussed on WCTC
"The steps and we looked and and otto was on the stretcher across from the plane and he was shirking violently making these human sounds cindy in gradow ran off the plane austin on i w walked over to otto addo had a shaved head he had a feeding tube coming out of his knows he has he would he he was staring blankly into space jerking violently he was blind he was death as we looked at him and tried to comfort him look like someone had taken a pair of pliers and rearranged is bottom team within two days of auto king home his fever spiked to a hundred and four degrees he had a large scar on his right foot north korea is not a victim their terrorists take today's dried hay day purpose sleep and intentionally injured otto so that's it graphic a graphic description can you imagine being the parent of a child who was torn apart by the north koreans for over a year in they bring him back they give him back to this country in that condition this is a interesting time to say the least when it comes to how the heck do we as a nation deal with north korea we had one williams on yesterday talking about donald trump's rhetoric regarding the hermit kingdom talk about how he is willing to destroy them wiped them wipe to wipe north korea off the face of the planet some people said that's too aggressive it did and we talked about this that does play into the north korean marketing strategy that the united states are the big boogeyman from across the bay and they are ready to to come and destroy us any day now but my goodness when you hear stories like that uh when we've had decades of strategic patience when dealing with north korea and now we have kim jonghoon and again what auto dead and i gotta so he c he stole supposedly i believe them as much as you know as far as i can throw him and when it comes to kim jonghoon in that guy is so dang heavy i can't throw in very far i'll tell you that much they say he stole a propaganda poster from a hotel and of course the trial that happened the.
"otto" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"But i don't know a might get that otto porter over there four years one hundred million that wouldn't be ideal out of which i would not one of you want they in that but i do think he's an integral part of what they're trying to build moving forward and when now like whether it's carry all rise aaa you do need guide defenders around him like jaylen going to clean water her dateable did our rosier we do we have tired terrifying tiro zia ready to take on the league uh playing a lot more this year an micheals jaylen tatum tatum's gonna see a lot of action semi is ghana's air he probably quite a bit too he is like i mean he's via he is is gonna play a lot alike three four maybe some five because he he's strong and as combat muscles he and we just got rid of one of our strongest players and and jae crowder who i had a lotta people to a tweet me last night like i'm glad he he was like a throw in our trade him for a bag of basketball's shut the fuck up like we wiranata napa tibet day we watch several years of jeff green playing the exact same position is jae crowder how anyone dozen revere the ground jae crowder walks on uh in boston blows my mind play at loo we had to suffer through watching jeff green decide whether or not he enjoyed playing basketball on a given night jae crowder went out there he was the the best player on the floor angle night now not by any means but he went out there and he tried his fucking bass nuts like one when like that's all i can ask for for most small forward he was a a huge net positive for a guy who was like a throw in peace to a deal like you've couldn't have been better i'll always respect jae crowder forty that always respect isaiah thomas for what he did he made celtics basketball incredibly fun for a long period of time i just want to pay them long time.