34 Burst results for "Pacific Rim"

"pacific rim" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:22 min | 4 d ago

"pacific rim" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Going to pause. That's the right thing to do. What they're not ready to do because of the level of inflation. It might just identify this, I think, nicely. There's the month on month stuff, which looks pretty good. But then there's the fact that what the public cares about is the year on year numbers and those things are still high. So the fed is going to have something of an asymmetric bias toward hawkishness until it can get those year on year numbers down to safe territory. And I think that's below 3%. So you mentioned layout brainard, let's go there. Some people, including Citigroup, Andrew Holland horst, saying that if she does take the job with The White House, this could actually increase the hawkish tilt of the Federal Reserve. She was actually more of a moderating voice saying, maybe the risks are a little bit more balanced. Do you agree? Well, maybe, or I think there's probably some extent to which she's also been a trial balloon. And this fed seems to me in their communication strategy to have been much more coordinated. And sort of game plan, then, say, feds of three, four, 5 years ago. When it was really just a talking shop in public. When it comes to the actual economic data, how much are people overlooking the Chinese coming online, the fact that China ended zero COVID and we're going to get some sort of boost to the consumer spending that perhaps could also demand for commodities and for other goods. Exactly. We just wrote about this. And we think that at a global level, the impact this year is going to be pretty modest, that about 0.2% of global GDP. Most of that is going to be focused outside of China, most of that's going to be focused in Asia. Countries like Thailand and Singapore, the Philippines are going to benefit as the Chinese begin to travel abroad again. In Europe may be a small boost, one and a half. 0.1 to 0.2%. The United States very small. The key thing is going to be the impact on energy prices. And this is one of the reasons why the fed at this stage, even with a succession of pretty good month on month, can't take for granted victory. If, for whatever reason, the Chinese managed to drive up oil prices well above a $100 a barrel will headline inflation is going to return to being something of a problem. Yeah, but you're underplaying your knowledge base here. You own the Pacific Rim for Credit Suisse for years and years and years. Nobody's hit raffles bar like you. The bottom line is the bottom line is you're suggesting Brent crude with Pacific Rim oil demand coming back. Are you suggesting it could pop above a hundred and find new levels up at one ten one 20? That's not our forecast set. Our forecast set is kind of around 90 we're about where we are right now. What I'm saying is that it's been very, very difficult to predict. We have to recognize that the energy markets are very tight. We're not getting as much of a response out of the United States in the shale patch. OPEC is sort of back in control. So if I were the fed, I'm sitting there, is there a chance that for despite all my forecasting that oil surprises to the top side and that really damages my inflation network? Yeah, there's a chat. So I can't take that risk. Again, with your history of the Pacific Rim, do you just model out yield curve control goes away and we get yen stronger back to where we knew it? I think that's right, but only after the new governor comes in. There's going to wait till the spring. So we need to get the new governor in April, and then we need a policy review. And then probably in June, we'll take away your control, but note that the BOJ has a new facility that allows it to lend to banks against JGBs at submarket yields. So it's created a facility that will allow it to manage the process of tenure. It's almost like sterilized currency moves. They set up a sidecar move. Correct. Almost like a sterilized yield curve control. So it's the one place that wants inflation. So externally, the IMF may be excited about Japanese inflation, also with the Japanese except in the opposite direction. They want it. Thank you so much with Credit Suisse and some serious Pacific Rim. Thank you. Spread their as well. Red and green on the screen, Lisa bonds lift here. What do we see in another tranche of economic data coming out here 10 o'clock? Yeah, the University of Michigan sentiment survey, which perhaps will give some insight into why people are saving more and spending less. That is the theme that I can see that people are kind of girding for a winter that hasn't come yet. I was on brief done this. Pending home sales at 10 o'clock to me is not a small issue. Liz and Saunders was heated that she's watching home economics, if you will. It's the first time. Anything in America. And we're not talking different cooking classes, but this question of whether we've seen the bulk of the fed moves in the most sensitive area of the economy. And that is the housing market. The housing market and the labor market as well. Goodyear tire, far, far off the radar. Goodyear tire to cut 5% of global salary staff. This is special. Richard haass out with a new book, a messenger house will join us here in a moment. Stay with us. Red and green on the screen. This is Bloomberg. Now the latest news from New York City and around the world, here's Michael Barr. Tom, Lisa John, major

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"pacific rim" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

04:52 min | Last month

"pacific rim" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"Where you kind of got like a robot suit, or like alien. But someone did bring in bring up a good thing in chat about Pacific Rim. I did love Pacific Rim. So that's probably my closest. There you go. That's your answer then. The loader robot from aliens is probably still the coolest fucking thing I've ever seen in a movie. Yeah. That's just so cool. Okay. Okay. I don't know why giggle flair says buy an electric kettles you sickos, have one, love it. I don't have one. And I refuse to buy one. Okay. Enough to justify it. How do you boil your water then back? Are you stove? Okay. I mean, I know it's the wrong way to do it. And I know like every British person is probably talking about ramen and boiling water on the stove. And that's why it's okay. All right, I'll look at an electric kettle. All right. Shit on my counter. I don't need more shit on my counter. Sorry, just some of the judge said because jerk is a bitch, and I'm like, wow. I kind of agree. All right, let's see. Last one here comes from axel one 5 9. What's your gaming new year's resolution? Oh, this is a good one. I love these. I don't know. I got so in the habit of playing the things. I felt like I had to play for game of the year. And now I'm kind of free, but I'm like, oh, so I want to finish some of those games I'm already playing. There's still a couple that I just, I never got through, not from this year, but like years past that are always on the master list. I only have one core list that I actually give a fuck about. But I'm not going to, but I'm still not going to attempt to make a dent in it. I don't know. All the way through and just be especially with the director's cut in the voice-over stuff. I want to do that. Maybe that'll be the one. It's not a resolution, but I am promising myself to really give dwarf fortress a real try. That's where I'm at. I probably don't have any actual resolutions for video games or anything. I think mine is just play more of the shit that I want to there you go. Very often I'm like, oh, I really want to play this game, but oh shit, it didn't come out this year. I should probably really probably game of the year stuff. And then I gravitate towards that and sometimes it feels like a chore, but it's not, you know, it's a fucking playing video games, you know? I'm still having fun. I know what you mean though. 100%. Yeah. I'm like, I've been craving hitman hitman three. Sure, for like the last month and a half, and I haven't played it because I'm like, I don't have time, but I'm like, I'm gonna give myself permission to go play some hitman. There you go. Maybe finishing games in a more timely manner than like the game of the year sprint. Because I just lose a lot of sleep when it comes down to like game of the year season and just like the anxiety starts to kick in of like, I haven't finished this yet. I haven't finished this yet. I only have so many more hours before game of the year. What can I do? I can't read this fast. Slow down. All right, that about does it, y'all, for Q&A's. Again, we're pre recording a special bomb cast. So if you have additional questions, you can send them to bomb cast at giant bomb dot com. Maybe you leave a voicemail at 7 O 7 exit fluid will play those on air. Do that quick because we're recording on Wednesday. We're doing it tomorrow. So send them in now. Remember how to email things? Oh gosh. Gentlemen, I think that about does it for the last live giant bombcast of the year. How are you feeling? Are you feeling good? How did it end up holidays? Heading into the new year? Yeah, definitely. Bring it on. Hello. Open some presents. I'm ready for Christmas and then ready to go ahead of you, buddy. Two nights deep. Hey, all right. Happy Hanukkah, buddy. Yeah. I'm doing the dumb thing this year, where it's like, oh, you know, I bought this for myself. I'm a little Merry Christmas to me, and then I kept doing that. And then I almost forgot to buy presents for other people. Here's when you know you've got the problem. And I've never had it happen to me, but I've been close. Here's how you know. And I'm with you who doesn't just wear all adults and thankfully you can afford the things you want to buy, just what are we doing waiting, right? Yeah, but here's when you know you've got maybe a bit of a not a problem, but maybe you just got to tap the brakes a tiny bit. If you receive a gift and you have recently bought yourself that gift, this very same gift. Maybe that's a sign that you're just moving a little too quick, you know, move a little too fast.

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"pacific rim" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

04:33 min | Last month

"pacific rim" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

"Yeah, from Pacific Rim. And you always pick one or two groups of monsters and what you're trying to do is scavenge the land, get enough to go back to your Scooby-Doo van, basically. You have a van. And you have to get back to the van. And each tile you go to has different things, like sometimes resources, sometimes tunnels like the subways. And by the way, dude, we always get subways next to each other. It's the biggest joke in my group. Yeah, we joke about it all the time. I'll pull subways and my wife will be like, subways, it's gonna be subways. Josh will be like, it'll be subways. And maybe we'll get one or two cards, and they'll be subway. So your subway in maximum apocalypse goes from like right here to right here. Completely useless completely wrong. Can you hear us, Josh? Yeah. Oh, he's got his mic on mute. Okay. I think. Yeah, that was a fun.

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Jim Hanson and David Goldman Discuss Nancy Pelosi's Taiwan Trip

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:48 min | 6 months ago

Jim Hanson and David Goldman Discuss Nancy Pelosi's Taiwan Trip

"Again bringing our way toward World War three and I'm not sure why. So because of that, I wanted to bring on someone who may be able to shed some light on this. David Goldman is the Spengler columnist for Asia times and PJ media and the president of macro strategy LLC. And an all around expert on the Pacific Rim and related locales. Now I was a first group guy, so this is my area of operations as well. And I'm obviously I am a 100% believer that we can not allow Taiwan to be pushed around and we can't allow the Chinese to tell us where Americans can and can not go. But I am at a loss to figure out why right now Nancy Pelosi seemed to have a unilateral need to conduct foreign policy into Taiwan. Do you have any idea what she's actually up to? Well, the charitable view is that Pelosi wants to show the flag and tell voters that the Democrats really aren't soft in Taiwan. And a child, which, of course, the Republicans will attack the Biden administration for. The less charitable view is she's doing freelance diplomacy with the idea that we're going to show the flag and intimidate the Chinese and tell them that we're going to stand by Taiwan in a situation where we are not prepared militarily to defend it. Provocation from weakness is the opposite of peace through strength, which is what I believe in. And what she's doing, I think, is exceptionally dangerous and stupid. Of the body of the menstruation owns that completely because he's going to be flying in an American military aircraft.

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"pacific rim" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"pacific rim" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"I remain bullish on these technologies. What the fuck does it have to do with any of that shit? It has to do with VCs using the narrative complicating the fact to make money from it. And if NFTs allowed them to bridge buzzwords, that's what happened here. The metaverse was a catch all of buzzwords. But they've been talking about AR VR AI for many years. And it hasn't caught on. And when NFTs came, it allowed them to merge the concepts and talk about both at the same time. Yes. And it's the intersectionality of buzzword surfers. And that is, that's what happened. It's a bad pitch, but what I'm sad about isn't I mean, that's why that's why the metaverse doesn't exist. The pitch is wrong. But what I'm sad about is how many people are compelled by the pitch. They're compelled to it. They come and they tell me that airplanes are going to be cheaper because they can fly in the metaverse for free or you can build airplanes cheaper in the metaverse. That's a stupid pitch. I don't think you were in this room with me, but I've been in multiple audio audio rooms where people have been telling me things equivalent to. You know, the thing man is, what happened was, I think that the metaverse is gonna be like Pacific Rim. Did you ever see the movie Pacific Rim? No. Yeah, was tied about that movie is that people in that movie they pilot giant aliens through Neuralink's and shit. That may be sick. No, it's sick, right? Anyway, so what I think is people are gonna like pilot having machinery through robot interfaces. There may be some of that. I thought about this reality, right? Let's say that airplanes are flying on their own. By the way, that was a verb. And you as a pilot, you're only job is to get into the cockpit and land them, right?.

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Pacific Rim Leaders Agree to Step up COVID Vaccine Sharing

Here and Now

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Pacific Rim Leaders Agree to Step up COVID Vaccine Sharing

"Of Asian Pacific nations agreed today to step up covid 19 vaccinations sharing efforts. China says it has pledged $3 billion in international aid to support coronavirus response efforts in developing countries.

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"pacific rim" Discussed on What Book Hooked You?

What Book Hooked You?

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"pacific rim" Discussed on What Book Hooked You?

"And then they all love and it's of course like this whole their whole Romantic arc is on Is back lit right by this terrible war that's going on and heiresses crew is also a bunch of kids and they're all kids and they're kinda like their place like placed in these lives right and they're like we can't leave because we this is like where we ended when do where we ended up existing basically so it's like a lot on their shoulders. I really tried to play with that. Were it's like you. You cannot choose the sides that you're You can't choose the sides that you're born on like the dog mazia raised on but what's important to them oldest think about You're just like to have empathy realize that's the same exact issue that's on the other side some and so with that with what you're saying they're in with the initial the being inspired by pacific rim and then With what you're talking about how. How did you find that. So you had kind of the backdrop of these maxon and the battles but where in all of that did you discover This kind of enemies to lovers that whole aspect of the story. That really ends up driving it at the end right. Yeah definitely when. I first had the idea. It was just going to be from the perspective of get rakers and for some reason i was like i don't like its seems like too easy almost like i don't when i was reading. Why like growing up. I was always like oh. It seems very one sided. Which is why. I've always loved the enemies to friends or two lovers trope is because I don't know. I feel like there's more room for character development for one place writer But definitely started with just the gear breakers side And then i. I don't know. I wanted a love story and i wanted that enemy. Celebrities trope in arizona just came in my head and i think i don't know i like how it worked out. I've definitely like back Thought about like..

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"pacific rim" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

Pop Culture Leftovers

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"pacific rim" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

"So what's wild is that fact that nintendo being the low man on the totem pole. Here you know kind of like you know. Going to battle against universal. They turn into universal at one point when they are and it doesn't get into this too much into the documentary but we've watched other documentaries. Where nintendo bullied toys r. us children's palace. Kb toys walmart bullied. These stores that were selling their product into basically saying. If you sell sega genesis we will stop carrying our product in your stores. They didn't do it a little bit. They do get into it a little bit but they get more into it in that. Cbs all access documentary. I would have to look up the name to that documentary. I can't it was based on a book that they turned into a into a into a documentary but trying to look it up such a big thing to look up but this console wars yes console wars console wars really gets into that battle between sega and nintendo and it's fantastic but nintendo be basically turns into the big bully and but what this documentary does that console wars didn't do was talk about how nintendo was basically profiting off of these games and capcom claim midway all these other companies. Were basically making like pennies on the dollar that that nintendo was making well and then forcing them to like bake these cartridges. What's turns out like forcing them to make something that costs them more than they were. Make the overhead to cartridge. Did you did you get did you get to the ten gins stuff. Tendon differently shapes. Yeah yeah i mean. I had a few of those. Oh yeah i had gauntlet. That was the one that was originally tetris too. Yeah yeah i neil. What did you think about this. So i was never big gamer. Growing up Senator attended was never really like a huge part of my childhood or anything. But i'm always fascinated by history and learning about you know our our life now and how it became came to be. I adjust watched the highest score documentary on netflix. I dunno on tuesday or wednesday so a lot of the stuff was pretty fresh in my mind. i was really impressed with that. First episode Where they went back in time in the kind of even just the way the documentary Went like in reverse and kind of show technological achievements of every year that they were putting on the screen. Like i thought that was really fun. Way of going like a turning back the clock that that was a really good way of doing it. You know. I love learning about the did the disney deal in the fifties. I had no idea that. Nintendo and disney had a deal dating back to the nineteen fifties. That's that's pretty fucking epic that makes a lot more sense. Nowadays.

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"pacific rim" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

Pop Culture Leftovers

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"pacific rim" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

"The comedy hit for me and the poignant parts really hit for me. I'm glad that you guys kind of got that pump up the volume by about of this to that movie to this day. I don't know if you can stream in anywhere. Last time i checked. You can't stream it anywhere you probably have to buy it on. Vhs or dvd but man. That movie was just like that movie was awesome. And i felt like they take. They took part of like how cool and mysterious like christian slater's character was and gave it to this girl who's basically she comes out and says she's an introvert. She's got an introvert personality and she really leads this revolution. I thought it was really good. I've really enjoyed this quite a bit. I thought it was a really important movie. And and if this movie makes you angry maybe there's something wrong with you. Yes well it can make you angry in a good way. I yes yes. Don't try to if it makes you angry. That they're focusing on women and female empowerment. Maybe there's something wrong with you because these these listen to this podcast. Yeah let's talk about. I wanna move into the next thing that we everybody watch moxie on netflix. Please watch mile. Tupperware is operatives well playing with power this is a nintendo docu series that dropped on crackle sony sony has streaming service called crackle. It's a free service. Anybody can watch crackle for free if you have a roku or whatever apple tv you can watch crackle and they dropped a is jake. Is it a five part series. Yes five part series. I've gone through and watch the first four parts. I have one part remaining playing with power. The nintendo story peels back the curtain on the famously secretive japanese company that would eventually take the global video game industry by storm and it and it's narrated by none other than goonies alumni. Sean astin here. He's great he is so good at the nintendo narrator for this. I thought he it narrating periods and he so good he. I was obsessed with this animal. Planet show called mayor cap manner like back in the day. My sis my sister loved mere cat man fucking though the mirror cats are so god damn cute like don't even anyway he narrow so he is like he does the narration for that show. He's still good in that so yeah he's great at narration. Mirror cancer. yeah. They are incredible animal. I i remember. I went to bush gardens in florida years ago and i went to the mere cat area and somebody brought a service dog with them. It was a german shepherd and the mir cats saw the german shepherd. It was probably one of the. It was one of the coolest things i've ever witnessed watching all these different mirror. Cats pop out of these holes out of the ground and just be like they did that. They never see you could tell they had never seen a german shepherd dog before like they've lived their entire life in this and they never seen a german shepherd dog before it was the coolest thing i will never forget that. I don't know why i'm talking about this. When we're supposed to be talking about it doctor letter drone i. Here's the thing with with this documentary..

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"pacific rim" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

Pop Culture Leftovers

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"pacific rim" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

"I mean it's just that that character and worked for me. I love the. I thought the little boy that was the cook i loved him was great. I thought he was fantastic. I loved him but like i don't think that they spend enough time with like her like her relationships with some of the characters that she comes with comes in contact along the way in this journey. I just didn't feel like there's like this family bond like the galaxy. Did it so well where you had. All these different characters grew rocket kamara drafts. The off felt like a family of misfits it by the end of the movie. And i just didn't get that connection with them at the end to where they try to earn that moment at the very end even with like and i don't want to spoil it but they tried to earn this moment. I didn't feel earned to me. It didn't feel like i spent enough time with these characters to gather to where that moment felt earned to me. And that's like my biggest problem with this. Movie has nothing to do with the all asian cast and all the include. I totally know that. I think great and i think like the whole like this whole the lore this asian lord they brought into this movie is beautiful all taking from all the different you know fantasy and culture and all that stuff. I think it's i think it's awesome. I love i love any world that deals with dry gens and magic and stuff like that and honestly like all. The people that hated kelly. Marie tran in the last jedi sucking fantastic. She's a great voice actor. I thought but she was great as as raya and i loved her as riot. I just feel like the death of her father and all this stuff. It just didn't hit me the way that that. I really wish that this movie would have at the end of the day. But i do think that this movie is worth watching. Once it's available in disney plus when it's just basically like it's included in your membership but dropping thirty dollars on this right now no. I don't think it's worth it. I will give the movie a taste it. It might be something that rewatch and maybe this might be one of those things where they might explore this whole world at disney plus series. Going forward and i'd be down for that man because this whole world is pretty. This whole world is very cool. The world they set up. I love you know humans and dragons. And i mean think about like one of my favorite animated movies that have come out has been how to train your dragon. Jackie know this. I love the how dragon movies. So there's a lot that they could do with humans and dragons world together and we might see more of this going forward. Yeah i definitely agree with you on some points. I mean tupperware this thing. And i still not recommend you spend thirty bucks on all right. Set up so glad. I didn't spend thirty bucks on it. I wouldn't want to spend thirty bucks. A new marvel or star wars releases. Just highway robbery. That's a mean practice. let's see here coming to america. Coming to america. This dropped on amazon prime. The african monarch akeem learns. He has a long lost son in the united states and must return to america to meet his unexpected air and build a relationship with his son. The film is directed by craig brewer. From extreme play from kenya barris berry blaustein and david sheffield and the story by blaustein. Sheffield injust in canoe based on characters created by murphy. It's the second installment in the coming. To america film series stars eddie murphy arsenio hall germain fowler. Leslie jones tracy morgan kiki.

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"pacific rim" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

Pop Culture Leftovers

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"pacific rim" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

"And just like jared from subway. june. Jay got fucked over. Oh man no. We're the victims not the man. You definitely the victims of jared so it is gross gross us if he's a pedophile ryan last dragon. So this is not pixar is so is the new disney in house. It's the same people that did like frozen and lana and the wreck wreck it. Ralph right correct okay. okay okay. Honestly the animation. In this. When i saw it in the theater huge diphyl. Oh my god. The animation is gorgeous in this. I thought the animation was was fantastic. I really enjoyed the animation in this And i think that like i think that the story here. There's lot that that really Like this fantasy world of kumaon andhra and the humans and dragons and all this stuff. I think i think it was really kind of like well thought out. This whole world was well thought out and it looked beautiful. What didn't work for me. Was the humor here in this movie. I didn't find it funny and for as much as some people. Don't like the movie onward. I thought the movie was funny. I thought was funny. I just did not laugh at this movie i wanted. I wanted like with this fantasy world. I guess i wanted to be a little bit more serious. It just i the little the baby with the little fucking monkeys and shit was the dumbest shit i've ever seen. I didn't care for that. This family that she builds along the way from these different tribes in these different places that she goes to. I never felt like a real connection to like the character into those people that she's coming across and the humor didn't work for me. I'll give this a solid taste. It but man. I think the animation is top notch. And i think like the the world building and the story and stuff like that is great. I just didn't think like. I think the humor kind of took me out of it at times because it wasn't for me it just wasn't funny and if it hit you guys differently fantastic but man i just i just didn't i think like there is. I really enjoyed aquafina in this as the dragon when she was kind of like more serious in the role i just i usually love aquafina in everything i've seen her in..

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"pacific rim" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

Pop Culture Leftovers

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"pacific rim" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

"A service called. Hbo max that lets you. Watch these movies for the first thirty days for free right but saying if you're going to rent a movie twenty bucks only have access to it for twenty four hours thirty thirty thirty dollars. June it's thirty dollars. It's thirty dollars for this. I can see if you have a family that you'll have kids. I will watch a movie over and over and over and over again price for it right but for somebody like me. Who's a single dude. I i'm not gonna pay thirty bucks to watch a movie that i'm only going to probably gonna watch in my life right. Yeah did you not get see this and you know he hit me up after the podcast. Okay if you want to i do. I really want to see this. It looks really good. I'm glad that's on musical. And i was really excited to see it but then i thought it was disney premieres like well fuck. Don't get to watch it right now. Ryan the last dragon long ago. I feel like we just fucking beatdown. June no.

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"pacific rim" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

Pop Culture Leftovers

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"pacific rim" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

"I was looking forward to this movie. My question you guys is like. Why are we getting all of these. Repeat the same day same day. Yes but here's the thing groundhog's day came out ninety six groundhog's palm springs. We reviewed movie a couple of weeks ago. The map tiny perfect things. Which is the same kind of think. The edge of tomorrow movie with tom cruise a russian doll. All of these are kind of like these. Repeat the same day movies. But here's the thing groundhog's day came out in nineteen ninety three so why all of a sudden has become like its own. New genre of science. Fiction is it. Is it because we all feel like. We're repeating the same day because of covid nineteen being being being corn being. I don't understand. I don't understand the popularity of the i'm not. I'm not saying. I'm i'm not enjoying these movies. That's not what i'm saying. I'm just why this and it's not even a resurgence. It's just a surgeon of these movies like like we got groundhog's day and there was a lull. There was like i twenty years like we were doing like time travel movies. We've always done time travel movies but like now it's like everyone's doing their own kind of like groundhog's day take on like okay. Let's do an action movie. Let's do like a drama with this romantic comedy comedy with this like now. It's just like it's blown up and and in this one we get this special forces soldier and all this action movie and it's it's boss level. Where basically it's like. This character has to relive the same day over and over and over again and he encounters different people. Like if you're in a video game and you encounter a new boss three stage that you go through. I like how they leaned into that whole video game aspect in this movie but as far as your point about the surgeons of these types of movies. They all were made before. Covid were the reasoning. But like these these things happen Like this world brain kind of mentality takes over the industry every so often where. There's a ton of different movies or a got a ton of different things. That are all kind of similar kind of just happen. Kind of out of a look. Look look david gordon. Green dead with the halloween franchise. Now we're getting other movies that are basically like wearing..

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"pacific rim" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

Pop Culture Leftovers

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"pacific rim" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

"Circles in it. Then yes yes I have no malicious intent with this email. Ll just excited about wanda vision. And he only gives to exclamation points there. Jake package of purpose. You guys totally said yeah. Nation points is a slap in the fucking devante. You son of a bitch. No malicious intent. I declare this worser after watching of after watching the finale of wine division. I immediately was pleased with the ending. I enjoyed the series from the very first episode. While i love listening to all the internet's while this theories about what's happening week to week. I really enjoyed the kind of bubble atmosphere. The series set for the protagonists. At the end of the day it felt like a series. That was about wanda envision. The name right devante. Oh gosh thank you poindexter fucking with you. I've fucking same way about the. I'll feel the same way about the talking and winter soldier show. He ended the day. Shove falcon and winter soldier. I kinda guy so smart. I kinda wanna mispronounce devante name. Yeah jayanta that we now is terrible. I was perfectly happy with this show focusing on them and not trying to cram ten different. Mcu points into a fifty minute finale. Oh yeah i want to point out that like our our source unread. It was correct about that. Fifty minute finale. They were right. I'd say they were right about the forty seven minute one. They said it was. They said it was forty seven minutes and it turned out to be forty six minutes and change for the penultimate and then the exact same person said it was going to be fifty minutes for the last one. They were totally right. So not going gonna lie. It was funny seeing how marvel- trolled us with a boehner joke with evan. Peters unless you have some other theories on that. And i'm all ears. We talked about that looking forward to hearing y'all's review on the finale and the series a whole. What do you guys think about. Sword getting visions body in the first place. I still find it really crazy that the heroes at the end of infinity war who fought so hard to protect vision from thanos which just led a government entity take his body from kanda of all places cap for sure wouldn't let the government. Just take his body. Who knows what reasons would love to hear your thoughts on. This is well. Could we get a flashback. Scene of like sword. You know showing up to the scene after the battle and taking the body i mean would that was a scroll that was disguised as one of the major heroes. Okay okay. we're we know we're getting secret invasion. Could this be something that we see in. Secret invasion I don't think we'll see it in secret invasion. I feel like that was just too. It's gonna continue. Monica surreal and obviously but. I don't think it'll continue much else. Who's her mother. I just want from catamarca maria. I mean at the time she was director of sword. So you know she then again. They didn't know. Captain marvel though so it's not like they would have that association. Never mind sorry wrong. They they didn't know about her. It gets confusing the time. Like way reds. Yeah sorry..

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"pacific rim" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

Pop Culture Leftovers

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"pacific rim" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

"We know we had a good witch and a bad witch in the wizard of oz. Maybe maybe dadis the good witch you know. So maybe she's part of like she was one of these these salem witches that like survived and but agatha put her under the none of that happened. None of that happened and and so it was kind of a huge kind of like let down that. Nothing happened with her character. I agree with you. And i thought there was more and it's not just because stuff in the story. It was basically because think these interviews not going through lead you to able to tell people. She was in the show after the second episode like she wasn't even able to like they were like don't even choose. I can't even do like shoutout like. Hey wanda vision. Looks really cool. They were like no just. Don't like just don't mention the show like they didn't want anyone to know that she was in this until she acts until episode to one of the biggest things that happened in this episode is like as you know wanda and agatha are talking before they kind of battle each other agatha says to her that she says quote it's your destiny to destroy the world and at the end of this episode. We see wanda in the astral plane reading the dark. Hold and i mean you know like that book. It's this dark chaos magic like this good like i think. And i've even said this in previous episodes like we're not getting another. Jean grey dark phoenix movie. Could they be doing this like end of the world. Kind of like you know. Movie going forward with with the scarlet witch here and. It sounds like they're definitely doing that. Agatha says it's your destiny to destroy the world. this is not going away. This is part of the dark old. This is part of this character. It's her destiny to destroy the world. Is that where this is leading in doctor. Strange in the multi verse of madness or is or is doctor. Strange the multi verse of madness likely like factor. Strange trying to track down wanda going through the different multi verses because now she's in the astral plane at the end of the episode in post credits scene. She hears the voices of billy and tommy and help mom help help us. We saw a previous commercial in an episode for nexias. Which is you know if we're still to believe that you know she's this nexus being that can control the you know all the multi-diverse that she's the prime in our in any universe but she can basically bounce between university universe and are we to believe that she's going to go into the multi-diverse up the multi-diverse and doctor strange the multi versus doctor. Strange trying to track her down as she's trying to pull her children out of the multi-diverse. I mean i i'm throwing it out there. I don't know what do you guys thoughts. I think that she will be villain in doctor. Strange multi-diverse of madness but not the ultimate villain. I think she'll be like the the initial reason for him to start the movie. Basically and eventually by the end of it l. convinced her to come back to the light or whatever and then there are they're going to tackle whatever the dimensional being that she is encountered along her travels. I don't think so the villain. I don't think and i and i hope they don't actually so for me. At the end of this i was it wasn't that i was not scared of wanda. I was actually scared for her. And it was because they were able to garner enough empathy for wanda like when she sees the town people. When i got the raises. Her microstate over them and they come to their full sells it..

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"pacific rim" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

Pop Culture Leftovers

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"pacific rim" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

"I wanted to bring up real quick before i forget. We might get back to this later. Remember early on when the twins were born she sprayed both of them with that lavender mist which is basically like her power like so. That's odd. I think that there is a chance that maybe that maybe he was the person in the witness protection program. That's not israel real name. He chose us. He chose the name of ralph boehner for himself and laugh at it every time someone said it right and i'm not saying like at the end of the day. He's he's going to be the quicksilver from the fox universe. I really wish he was really that character would do. It is something that character would do right. That's what i'm saying. They didn't change. I mean he is the exact same quicksilver from days of future past and then the bad one that was right after the one after whatever that one was yeah but like. I know it takes brian. I was like if ph is. Peter is actually like fox. quicksilver. I'm like oh my god like i i would have loved to get sweet dreams or time in a bottle sequence in the finale. I was like oh come on giving giving give me another one of those just one more that would have been. That would've been a fist pumping moment for fans of those movies. It really would have been. Yeah i agree. I totally agree with you. So we'll find the evan. Peters quicksilver really got a great moment even before the raf boehner stuff. It almost seemed like a waste. He used character like he was the best part of those two expert movies but he never really had that like seeing defining moment in this series it was never. It was cool that he showed up. Yes was. I excited that the possibilities. Yes but from then on. Nothing really happened. But the character that i was ever like fist pumping or cracking up. They really underutilized the actor and the character in my opinion. Yeah i agree with emma caufield. I feel like okay. So this is what i feel like. You're giving 'em caufield way too much credit here. I love him. I i guess i just feel like i don't know i. I don't know. I thought she was going to play a bigger role and no everyone did. Everyone did she had refused to do. And i believe it was. Because of her marvel handlers. She had refused to do a couple of interviews. One i know one was for kevin smith's fatman beyond and then like you said with joanna robinson she was supposed to interview her a couple of weeks ago and those interviews. Those interviews did not happen at that time. They said you're going to have to wait to talk to her. Until after the finale and that led that was just another thing that led people to believe. There's something bigger going on with this character. And the thing that i kept thinking to myself is like all like the the wizard of is imagery that we keep seeing these episodes and we saw it again in this episode with the boots underneath the car and it looked like the house you know that had landed on the wicked witch and i kept thinking like okay..

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"pacific rim" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

Pop Culture Leftovers

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"pacific rim" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

"On the flip side like he kind of and here's the thing it's like marvel can get away with this shit because like it's not like people are going to be upset by this to the point where they're not gonna watch any future marvel projects he can he can slide on that because like i think overall most people that watched one division all the way through. That really enjoyed it. I think a lot of people are going to be. Let down by the finale. I wasn't let down by the finale. But there were a few things in the finale where i was like okay. There's no payoff here. There's no payoff here. And you guys did set this up as kind of like this mystery. Show with all these things. Were to connect the dots. And you really didn't kind of pull it all together. And basically this was just a show about wanda dealing with grief. Think at the end of the day is is a good thing that we got this story. I think it was really important for important for her character. And i think maybe even to like now. I'm looking back on. It collected like now that i'm looking at the whole thing. Maybe it would be kind of a disservice to just introduce like another big bad at the end of this. Maybe it would be but on the flip side. I like they had so many easter eggs and like nods and hints and just like all these different mystery setup that our imaginations and theories ran wild and we had a lot of fun with them. And and you know what jake we took some swings man. We took some major swings. And we're not the only one like you go to read it. You go to listen to other podcasts. Everybody was taking swings when it came to restore nightmare. We all took grim reaper. On we all over the place right now but honestly all the fucking theories can go fuck off ridiculous like by knowing boehner alert i will i i will give this. I will give this episode high taste it and the reason it gets a high taste it for me is because of. I think it's definitely a missed opportunity with some of the things that didn't pay off. I think at the for this to be a perfect season for me especially With the finale the penultimate was perfect. But i think with the finale for it to be perfect for me. They need to tie most of the loose ends and do in a satisfactory way. I think the ralph boehner shit was bullshit. That was the the biggest bullshit dirt on your face. Yes yes like. That was chilling in its highest form. I mean so. And i'm not saying like our theories to enjoy this show because i still really loved what they did here i really do. I do love what they did here. But i think like with the thing with the guy in the witness protection The people in the commercials with you know some of these things just didn't pay off for me and but the story overall and wanda's journey one hundred percent dead but i wanna know your thoughts. Jake have you on last week. So where are you with the penultimate episode. And where are you now. At the finale. I love the penultimate episode. I loved that explained where the sitcom stuff came from in the earlier episodes..

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Pop Culture Leftovers

02:31 min | 2 years ago

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"pacific rim" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

06:16 min | 2 years ago

"pacific rim" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"And today we're talking about of everything, because I'm gonna kick this show off with Kristina Guston with you. B s financial are cagey wealth management before I do that. I want to talk a little bit about the cost of this Shut down. With respect to California, and I'm not talking about this in respect to politically speaking. But California's economically though, right? California's strength as a hub. For commerce and tourism and education in the Pacific Rim have become liabilities in this pandemic, our strengths and become our liabilities. There is no play book. There's no precedent for what's gone on here. We were the first state to shut down to counter the Corona virus, but the debilitating financial costs we are seeing every day and mounting every day. Our former mayor Kevin Faulconer, turned out just 23 days ago on December 10th our new mayor, Todd Gloria, sworn in on Thursday and here in San Diego. Uh, Todd Gloria is going to adopt an economy that has been resilient even though and even in the face of state regulations that don't seem to be fair. I'd like to see where that's going to go. And I have a lot of faith in Todd Gloria as Ri mayor. I know him personally. Um uh, Marie should say professionally, but I've known him for Several years and I respect what he's done here in San Diego, Not only on the city Council, but as well as is a Z. I'm here. The interim mayor here. Look what my biggest questions are. California has an estimate unemployment rate of 20% and, according to Gavin Newsom, that's okay and I'm not poking the bear here. But what I am saying. It's like our national percentage unemployment, says 14.7%. That's like New York State. Do you realize in L A In L. A unemployment right now is equal to the peak of unemployment during not the great recession, but the great Depression of 1933. Okay, it is at 24% jobless rate in Los Angeles, chiefly because restaurants are closed on top of the movie production. Shut down the theme punch theme parks padlock. So my question is Looking as a state that's facing $54 billion in budget deficit. The state that was the only state to borrow money from the federal government that the to finance our $13 billion unemployment claims. Is it is, It makes sense for us as a city in San Diego to be sitting down restaurants and outdoor dining and such like that, and the reason we're getting a little bit so boxy, today is look What do I always say? Every week, the economy is not the stock market. And what do I always say? Drives the economy, consumer spending and if you don't have a job, and we can't go spend money because we're forbidden to What do you think that's going to do to San Diego's local economy in Los Angeles is local economy. The reason I bring it up, fellas, the signal goes all the way up to Santa Barbara. So I want to make a case for what's going on here because I think It's clear here in San Diego. We are a tech hub or an innovation economy, and we're sitting here with a stock market. That's at record highs. Okay? We crossed over all three records last week on the Dow, the NASDAQ and the S and P Um, we we are on historic level by every measure with the stock market. Yet this economy continues to be the bane of existence here for us now. Um, you know, off my soapbox now to try to get restaurants back open, But I will tell you as a somewhat of a business expert here Locally, nationally and internationally. I can tell you You need to get this this this tourism sector back open in our city and everywhere else because tourism is the biggest business market in any country. In other words, if you ask what the biggest industry in the world is, people gonna say oil and gas, our tech it's not. It's tourism. On right here in San Diego. Tourism represents 24% of our economy. So long story short. It's time to get people back to work, and I realized that that we have increased case rates, but if you compare our death rates compared to other states are death rates are declining. Even though case rates are going up. What it comes down to is, can we possibly see a recovery here in San Diego? And that recovery I think is gonna is going to depend on two things, regulation and the ability to spend money. Nowhere. Is it more evident that the economy is not the stock market than in the Dow Jones, NASDAQ and S and P If you take a look at these three indices here You would think that we were right in the middle of the Clinton administration, where the economy was booming, and it was one of those spend and spend and spend sort of economy here. Talk a little bit about that is Kristina Guston UPS financial Arcady Wealth management. She is not a paid sponsor this program. She's my money manager personally. A swell A Several of my friends and family and Kristina have to ask you. Why is this Jekyll and Hyde thing going on with the stock market? The economy? I mean, this stock market has hit through what three records last week. We saw the S and P hit its 39th consecutive record in 2020 and the NASDAQ hit its 50th record of 2029 of 50th in the world 50th into it. How could this possibly be happening? Christina People are investing more has. How could they be just explain this to us? Because you're the only one who could. Well, thank you for having me. First of all, it's a great question. I think it's a question that we've been asking ourselves for for weeks and months now. Everything you said is true. The cove in numbers are spiking. Especially here in San Diego. We have this state wide lockdown going on in California right now, which just really breaks my heart for all the businesses that aren't gonna make it out of this thing alive, But at the same time you have We're minutes away from vaccine distribution. You have the FDA looking at emergency approval for both of Visor and the majority vaccines..

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April 2020 Book News

Books and Boba

04:31 min | 3 years ago

April 2020 Book News

"Our April Twenty Twenty Book Club pick again is Mimi. Lee gets a clue by Jennifer Jay Chow which I actually finished last night so the wall. Maybe there's the benefits isolation I is. I have more time to you. Know do stuff But Yeah I love how is it how is it far? I enjoyed it. It's It's an interesting take on detective fiction I won't say more until discussion at the end of the month. But it's It's a pretty cute story of it. Did I. Deliver on on a happier book? Flew to deliver a light read. This is like a book that is is not particularly challenging But has a lot of great moments and is just overall. I really fun read and definitely a good break from all the you know All the existential Despair that we're faced with every day in real life. So thank you for for doing that. Are you not entertaining them? And speaking of thanking re-re. I wanted to also thank you for compiling all the Book News. We actually have a ton of news episode which is which is A contrast to the last few we've kind of had to dig for for as American League News. Yeah that's the strange thing about publishing you know like book deal comes out but the deal was being made like maybe two years ago. All of the all of the books that were being written like two years ago. Now they're coming out No our first book deal. Marvin can you take the lead? Sure Penguin team. Canada acquired two books in a why Douala by debut author Sheron Jae Jao pitched as Pacific Rim meets the handmaid's tale the first book iron widow is setting a world with a Patriarchal Military System. Where male pilots of giant magical? Mecca are treated like celebrities and female pilots. Must serve as their concubines. The novel's heroine is eighteen year. Old Wounds again. Who embarks on a journey to avenge her sister's murder? Publication is slated for fall. Twenty twenty one for the first title and the Second Book is slated for fall. Twenty twenty two. This sounds amazing I don't know if you know but was not an is a legendary figure in Chinese history. She that she is a real life. Empress of China like she started her own dynasty in imperial China and the story is like she started as a concubine for the emperor of the previous dynasty and pretty much arranged for her to succeed him. I think I've seen a documentary on her. I never remember the names of of like of like important historical figures it's been entire for struggle dramas and movies based on her life in China. Well it sure on book sounds pretty bad ass considering that there's like like Mecca robot young and I am all for that as a as a gundem fan not just make up a magical So like ESCO Floyd type thing you know Escalona. It's been so long watch that show and I don't know if you follow on twitter. But she made a post recently about announcing this book deal and following up on twitter. Promise that if she ever got a publishing deal she would Do you her author picture in her. Because I guess he's a Avid cost player as well and so she did the photo shoot with her wearing a calcium which is pretty amazing. So check that out. That's that is the promised to make as as an author that is you know. That's quite the dedication of right so our next book deal is bought an island with you. A why a debut by Malani Moreno set in Contemporary Hawaii. This own voices novel features. Two boys struggling with identity and loss in their community. After other boys in their town go missing. Publication is planned for Spring. Twenty twenty one between the trend of awesome own voices. Books is this like. Is this a niche of of like like Hawaiian Crime novels? 'cause I feel like kind of common to have like a deaths or like a missing persons case in quote Unquote Paradise. Like I feel like that that has to be a

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Here’s which markets are closed, and open, this Presidents Day

Financial Issues with Dan Celia

02:20 min | 3 years ago

Here’s which markets are closed, and open, this Presidents Day

"I don't know exactly where we are but global shares are higher of course today's markets are closed here and there you ask but they are higher at as a looks like China is introduced seen more stimulus our into their markets and into their economy so they are going to continue to probably do that I mean there's gotta be a limit to what they can do or should do because then they're going to have a problem with the devaluation that's going on because of all the dollars are dumping in to the market they've got to be concerned about that so this is our corona outbreak has really not done a lot to calm the nerves of traders are anywhere global laid let alone in China they expect a market trading to be slow even tomorrow it'll be interesting to see what happens when the U. S. markets opens tomorrow US bond and stock market so we will watch dad but right now international markets are holding their own so we'll see if that will can you gonna be yeah it's gonna be tough so we are watching that as we continue to face all kinds of problems throughout the Pacific Rim and Asia what is happening in the Asian markets we've got to be concerned about Hong Kong Malaysia Taiwan and Japan I even New Zealand are they decided to hold rate their loan that is part of the Pacific Rim by the way even news deal and they've decided to hold great but we are also seen a fairly significant evaluation in the euro and the euro is at one point oh eight good time to travel to Europe by the way one point oh eight is the weakest since two thousand and seventeen we haven't seen numbers out when the euro this week since two thousand and seven team so that you are always here to

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A Mysterious Disease Is Killing Beech Trees

All Things Considered

03:25 min | 3 years ago

A Mysterious Disease Is Killing Beech Trees

"A mysterious disease is killing one of the most majestic trees an American forests the beach known for its smooth gray bark the beach is an important anchor species no one knows exactly what is causing beach leaf disease a team of tree scientists is narrowing down the list of possible culprits from member station W. case you Jeff Saint Clair reports on a botanical who done it it's a long slog to a bluff overlooking the Grand River in Lake County Ohio it was here in twenty twelve that late Metropark biologist John for Dodge neck first noticed something was awry it just looks different no you could tell right away something was up what he saw was sunlight feature usually a tree that create a lot of shade and these are no longer doing that a slight breeze shakes the thinning canopy overhead the writer is a really good example you could see it probably twenty foot tall and there's probably fifty leaves on it and most have mysterious dark bands between the veins got sick was concerned but alarm bells hadn't gone off just yet I thought maybe just route was affecting them by the following year he says beach leaf disease has spread throughout the county and now it's seen in parts of Ohio Pennsylvania Ontario and as far east as Connecticut and Long Island this had all the hallmarks of an invasion and Rico but now there was a plant pathologist at Ohio State University he's one of the first people production a call to figure out what was happening to the beaches but Nello contacted colleagues around the world who are all baffled by the dark bands seen in the Ohio leaves nobody's ever seen anything like that but hello and his team are casting a wide net to identify a clause looking at the genetic markers of everything living on the tree meanwhile other researchers think they have a prime suspect David Burke heads research at the hold an arboretum he's focusing on a microscopic warm called the knee meta so this is one of our greenhouses here at hold arboretum Burke is testing whether nematodes found inside the leaves could cause the disease we gather the tiny worms from effectively use and put them on greenhouse saplings so if you take a look right here you can see that this is a leaf that the nematodes are added to and what you can see is the disease right away so you can see this sort of dark green color that is between the veins it looks a little blister too right it's a perfect match this is basically unheard of Lynn Carter is anemic toad expert with the US department of agriculture she says it's the first example she's seen of nima toad killing large trees Carter says the rogue warm is a sub species of one recently discovered in Japan but that may not be its origin this thing might have come from China or Korea or anywhere over in the Pacific Rim Carter says it's spreading eastward by about one hundred fifty miles each year and to do that it has to have an accomplice in insect or bird or both and it's also not clear how the knee Matilda truly kills the trees it could be a toxin virus or another pathogen it carries so the mystery remains unsolved for now as Canadian and European agencies issue warnings about beach leaf disease American regulators are taking a wait and see approach as the investigation continues into this latest threat to our native

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Fortnite Season 10 Teasers Point To The Visitor, Dusty Depot

Latest In Tech News

02:51 min | 3 years ago

Fortnite Season 10 Teasers Point To The Visitor, Dusty Depot

"All right now onto some gaming news. I got four articles for you guys. I know this is like a little bit longer article day. There's a lot of stuff to cover quite honestly fortnight season ten teasers point to the visitor at dusty depot season ten is just around the CORNER NEXT SEASON OF EPOCHS POPULAR BATTLE Royale game officially kicks off on Thursday August August. I and other developer traditionally does before each seasonal change over is begun dropping a few teaser images which seem hint at some kind of time more theme for the new season. I know a lot of you are interested in that the first teaser which you can see see below we have a photo of it which shared ahead of the finals of the Fortnight World Cup the tweet simply reads think back in features in image of dusty depot which is famously destroyed by giant meteor and became dusty David all. All the way back in season for those of you who weren't keeping track this seems to suggest the beloved area could be making a return in season ten now the second teaser image which dropped today features what appears to be some kind of new mech. That's coming going to the game look forward. The tweet reads which again hints at some kind of space time disruption taking place in the new season you can take a look at the second teaser image on the screen. The one on the left matches a symbol adorned owned by the visitor a skin back from season four the subtle reference might suggest the skin or possibly the character making a comeback in some capacity. No each seasonal change over in fort night is typically ugly preceded by some world changing event in earlier this month a giant robot did battle with the master that was formerly frozen beneath polar peak and we saw the results of that battle Mac was ultimately able to defeat the monster by impaling it with a giant sword hidden beneath neo tilted but the vault in Lieu Lake was damaged during a confrontation and is becoming increasingly unstable which may be the callous for whatever time related event leads to season ten with only a couple of days away time is quickly running out to complete any fortnight season nine challenges. What do you think will be coming in season ten? Be sure to drop your thoughts. Your ideas predictions in the comments section love to hear what you guys might be looking forward to. I don't know are we looking Ford took back. Is it going to be back to the future reference and we're going to hear more awesome. You Know White Grizzly bear dude goes flying by a delorean. We have no idea no idea fortnight till sees hanging on edvard seats trying to figure out what's going going on or or lands us right in the middle of a MEK monster battle essentially like Pacific Rim Style and so obviously we try to build a platform to see what's going on and you know it'd just smash it down and fly right through we shall see we shall see

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Trump hails 'treasured alliance' between US and Japan

Tony Katz and the Morning News

04:58 min | 4 years ago

Trump hails 'treasured alliance' between US and Japan

"President was in Japan. And the president was there, of course, to work a deal on trade. But it had a couple of other interesting pieces to it because it was more than just an idea on trade. Certainly the president discussed the importance of the alliance over the past two years. We have developed a close entrusting partnership that we greatly cherish your majesty the first lady, and I will never forget, this gracious invitation, and we thank the people of Japan for their incredible hospitality and warm. Welcome in this. Majestic land. Majesty into spirit of beautiful harmony may we celebrate the many possibilities of this new era. May we remember duties to past and future generations. And may we protect the cherish bond between America and Japan for our children. Now. The whole your majesty thing might be throwing you may or may not know that Japan has an emperor. It's you know it's not necessarily the most commonplace thing. I mean when we talk about World War Two, we talk about the surrender Japan that was that was hero. Hito the emperor today is not a heat to. N. A. R U, H, I, T O. And that's where a very unique bit of symbolism comes in to the story, Tony cats. Ninety-three WIBC, great to be with you. The big part of the meeting was President Trump Shinzo Ave. The prime minister having a conversation about trade because that's what you have a conversation about the tariffs haven't had an effect on Japan as well, the US, not happy with the sixty seven billion dollar trade deficit that goes on with Japan. They've been discussing tariffs on automobiles on agricultural products, people feel good coming out of the meeting that according. To CNBC, and I don't think that you're going to have much longer an issue regarding Japan, which is to say they will come to a trade deal quicker than maybe others, certainly it will come at the expense of China in. That's how it's going to be leveraged. And that's one of the reasons it's going to get done Japan has a very unique relationship with the United States. If we I mean my goodness, talk about new, we're talking about just being seventy plus years removed from from World War Two, and this is how chummy it is. And it is Japan recognizes that their future lies, in a strong relationship with the United States because it cannot line a strong relationship with China certainly not with the threat of North Korea. You live within the Pacific rim. You understand what China's situation is growth that they're engaged in their idea of Gemini, their desire to control the seas, you need the United States, as your partner and your ally. This is why we're going to see a trade deal happen. More quickly than others certainly happen before China and will be utilized as a way of engaging pressure on China. China will then try to extend pressure on Japan. But the bigger symbolism was President Trump and Melania Trump. The first lady meeting with emperor Naruhito at the imperial palace in Tokyo. The reason that it matters is that Donald Trump was the first world leader, the first to meet the emperor. I mean it's, it's so it it has the new emperor, the new empress. So therefore, he was the first so the symbolism and being the first is always something that people talk about the bigger symbolism is that here is a nation that doesn't look upon Donald Trump with the derision that our media apparatchik tells us he is looked with Ephraim everybody else he is in hated. He isn't reviled. He was warmly welcomed. He was loved the video of him at the sumo matches you kind of see it. It's incredibly trophy. Oh, the look of Milania Trump of watching wrestling going, what am I watching? It was great. But that is not this is not Sadique Khan of, of the mayor of London. This isn't angle Merckel. This is a warm embrace. Now, is it because their future security may depend on it. Okay. I don't mind the politics. But they went out of their way, and that is worth

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Could We Build A Real Gundam?

BrainStuff

06:51 min | 4 years ago

Could We Build A Real Gundam?

"Hello earth. Actually. Hello universe. Yeah. We are here to tell you that. In addition to Tuesdays and Thursdays when you can get your regular stuff. You should know episodes. Just as you always have the last ten thousand years await tenure seniors. We're now adding a whole new episode of a spin off show. That's really the same show. It's just a shorter episode. It's called short stuff. Yeah. We said, hey, sometimes we have topics that maybe aren't robust enough to fill out a full forty five minutes stuff. You shouldn't episode though. We don't want to shortchange these topics these people, and so let's just make them short. Get over here. Short stuff and Trump in our feet, right? Exactly. It's kind of like the Roper to our three's company. Yeah. Or it's kinda like after mash to mash exactly, although it's like neither one of those. We're regular links. This is shorter everybody. Yep. So you can go to apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Or just look for it in your feet every Wednesday from your friends. Josh chuck. Jerry at stuff, you should know shorter is sometimes better. Welcome to bring stuff from how stuff works. Hey, rain stuff on Lauren vocal bomb. And if science fiction has taught us anything it's that giant piloted robotic humanoids will eventually be essential to the protection of everything we hold dear invading Taiji from another dimension, sending the acres rubies from planet, doomed better assemble voltron, and as James Cameron's aliens, toughtested nine hundred eighty six even a non-combat next suit can make all the difference against an extraterrestrial threat. Another influential example is our x seventy eight dash to Gundem the titular piloted giant robot entered the world in nineteen seventy nine as part of Yoshiyuki Tomino mobile suit Gundem franchise, which remains popular today. But could we build our own Gundem's? The simple answer is. Yes. In fact, scientists have been tackling various aspects of the technology since at least the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries during that time both Russian and American inventors explored the possibility of mechanically enhanced excess skeletons to eight humans in various. Physical movements since that time we've continued to see X skeleton advancements aimed at injury rehabilitation space travel industrial labor, and yes, even military combat and okay power armor is nice and all, but it's hardly a giant robot that stomps around and punches monsters in the face. What about true towering meccas? Well, the answer here is also a yes. Within the field of robotics. We've seen tremendous achievements in the creation of remote control autonomous and semi autonomous machines today. Military drones haunt the skies over various global combat zones and space exploration probes have delivered wheeled Rovers to other worlds, we've even given our wheeled robots arms for tasks from bomb dispersal to Martian soil, sampling and deep sea exploration. But none of these mechanical minions boasts legs, even the humanoid robot developed by Nasr's Lyndon, B Johnson space center didn't acquire climbing legs until its second iteration for proper Gundem's. One day walked the planet will need proper robot legs and this to his featured into the work of various robotics programs. The most famous of these is Boston dynamics military funded Walker programs such as big dog and cheetah and not just because they inspired the killer robots in the black mirror episode metalhead because while aerial and nautical robots can get by just fine without a leg to stand on terrestrial, robots are a different matter. A wheels are great on the road and unobstructed landscapes but legs provide the most versatility for diverse. Environments true. We like structures only rarely occur in biology such as the bacterial Jehlum a structure found in such species as the bacterium e coli legs on the other hand are natural selections primary solution to terrestrial transportation. So it makes sense to copy evolution in this regard. And biomedical engineers have looked to all manner of leg arrangements for inspiration from humans to millipedes. But here's the catch led to me. Movement requires a great deal of programming complexity and power it made feel easy for most of us. But our minds and bodies are highly evolved for the task even fully piloted Gunda say one where it's movements are mapped on those of the pilot would require a tremendous amount of biometric engineering and semi autonomous units would require the dexterity and spatial awareness to avoid the pitfalls of for example, the ED two oh nine in RoboCop which stomped around on two feet, but was incapable of navigating stairs. But the mecca dream is strong while various robotics companies continue to develop the necessary technology. Fi fans also go at it alone. Functional mecca suits have strolled the Playa at burning man and paraded at various conventions and Japanese engineer Masaaki Nagumo built a working life size model of a gun Gundem in two thousand eighteen the mecca dubbed L W Mona no FU stands twenty eight feet tall. That's about eight point five meters and weighs seven point seven tons or about. Seven metric tons. It's too. Big to leave the factory space that it calls home. But Ngubane rinse it and other meccas out for a little under a thousand bucks an hour. It's not protecting the world from alien attacks. But it's quite a hit for kids birthday parties. Though, one note here if alliens or giant monsters do attack well meccas might not be the best option. Anyway, as was pointed out in the magazine, popular mechanics, the acres from the Pacific rim films are entirely outclassed by existing aerial bombers and attack helicopters. Today's episode was written by Robert lamb and produced by Tyler clang. It was also suggested to us by Lucas twelve years of age from on -tario Canada. Lucas we hope that answer was satisfactory exemplary listeners if you have a question you'd like us to answer send it to us. You can Email us at brain stuff at how stuff works dot com or find us on social media by searching, brain stuff on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram, and of course, for more on this and lots of other mechanically advanced, topics. 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Powerful earthquake strikes Indonesia, killing at least 39

Rush Limbaugh

01:51 min | 4 years ago

Powerful earthquake strikes Indonesia, killing at least 39

"CPT detectives, are, working around the clock to investigate the incidents Chicago chief of patrol Fred. Waller the Chicago Sun-Times reporting four people have been killed police Madison Wisconsin investigating a shooting early this morning inside a community radio station witnesses say. A man wearing a mask and hood opened fire on three workers. At w. o. RTFM around three this morning, DJ was slightly. Wounded police say the. The say the shooting does not appear to. Be random the search for the gunman. Continues Venezuelan President Nicolas. Maduro survived an apparent assassination attempt last Madero was delivering a speech in Caracas when drones armed, with explosives detonated nearby Madero was not. Hurt And through a translator blames far-right factions, in Venezuela and Colombia, for the attack without a doubt we have. Revealed the situation in record time this was, an attempt to. Kill me Medeiros extremely. Unpopular in the country which has seen an. Economic crisis with high inflation and shortages of food and medicine Emergency personnel in Indonesia say, at least thirty nine people. Have, died in an earthquake that hit the popular tourist island of Lombok east of Bali today it comes just a week after another smaller quake on. The island killed sixteen people the magnitude seven point zero earthquake also. Damaged buildings in Bali a NAMI, warning was issued but lifted a short, time later, Indonesia is prone. To quakes due to his location on the Pacific ring of fire and Arca volcanoes and fault lines in the Pacific rim hurricane Hector appears. To be on track that would to miss Hawaii rejections curly showed passing south of Hawaii but islanders should keep an eye open Fox News fair and balanced MS RPM invoice. List price dealer price Toby Knapp here if you're shopping you've probably heard these terms but what? Do they mean it's so confusing.

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At least 3 dead, 7 injured in New Orleans shooting

Own It

03:04 min | 4 years ago

At least 3 dead, 7 injured in New Orleans shooting

"ABC's aerial Reshef with the storm expected killer a Tuesday of using dating apps to Lord victims in a spate. Of heinous assaults onto coast police sources now say Twenty-seven-year-old Daniel Drayton may be connected to at least seven murders and other violent attacks Drayton arrested in north Hollywood hotel where Los Angeles police say he was holding a woman hostage Raden wanted in New York for the murder of twenty, nine year old nurse Samantha. Stewart, three people. Are dead seven others injured that's following a shooting in New Orleans happened last night about three miles from the French quarter no suspect in custody at this point police investigating You Orleans mayor says in a statement there's no. Place in New Orleans for this kind of violence he says I speak for everyone. In our city when I say we are, disgusted we are infuriated we've had more than enough three, more lives gone. It has to end it's unacceptable anywhere at least fourteen people are killed dozens more injured that's after a powerful, earthquake at the central Indonesian island of Lombard that's a popular tourist destination next, to Bali the BBC's Catherine Dacosta telling us about the six point four magnitude, quake the epicenter of the earthquake was thirty miles northeast of the. City, of Mataram in the north of. The island Indonesia is prone to earthquakes it lies on what's called the ring of fire the nine of quakes and volcanic eruptions that, circle. Virtually, the entire Pacific rim it sent residents running from their homes on the streets and fields authorities monitoring the impact of the quake number. Of casualties could increase more than one, hundred thirty Aftershocks have been. Reported on raids of people attend a, memorial service in Greece for the dozens of perished in a. Wildfire that, has devastated the area of six days. After the fire swept through and, killed at least. Eighty six people in the seaside Greek resort called. Mati the community is mourning the loss of family neighbors and friends dozens. Of volunteer divers searching the waters off Monte looking for the bodies of other possible. Fire victims hundreds jumped into the sea July, twenty third to escape the flames CBS chief Leslie Mon, vez getting plenty. Of support and accusations of sexual harassment correspondent Monica Nelson has more on those who have spoken up an article, in the New Yorker a detailed claims from four women of inappropriate touching during, business meetings and to women who said Moonves physically intimidated them CBS exacts and, stars are coming to the sixty eight year old CEO's defense in. A, tweet Sharon Osborne questioned the timing. Of the allegations citing in upcoming major court case CBS JoAnn Ross said she, never experienced any hint of the behavior. Referred to in the story, earlier Julie Chen who hosts two of the network's biggest shows. Posted full support of her husband claiming him a good man and a loving father, devoted husband and inspiring corporate leader six women who had professional dealings with moon vez says he sexually harassed them between. The nineteen eighty s and late two thousand summertime traffic is about to get a lot worse. Comment bridge mass pike project commences on the, threes has a look at what's happening.

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Recent developments surrounding the South China Sea

Bloomberg Surveillance

06:11 min | 4 years ago

Recent developments surrounding the South China Sea

"Existing home sales that will be out at ten AM Wall Street time well to build a house. You've, got. A big Supply chain, and that supply chain is being disrupted by trade wars here to tell us, more is John Harrison. Managing director, for merging market macro strategy John Harrison thank you for being here for. From, t s lumbar how're, you doing this morning Very well thank you all right so, tell us. About your most recent look at supply chain risks particularly. As they affect emerging markets The way. Looking at. It in the context of the trade war between the US and, China Europe is is another matter But many of the country in south East Asia and north Asia Thailand, South Korea and so on Barrick's sports end up going. To China to, be to be re-exported to the US has really increasing compact complex global supply chains I means, they let's demand for, China's exports in United States and not, only fact in, the other Asian economies wet weather supply chain disrupted and exports fall, in, other countries. But not China If that's, the case when to US consumers see, these higher prices Yeah well rounded Tara Tita are really not. Much on consumer goods so US. Consumers are really happen you seeing some increases. Indirectly. At, the, moment The the next round of tariff which. Is due to be on the. Thirtieth of August after a period of consultation That Peres targeting consumer goods Habitable if they do go ahead as planned and the US consumers economic facing high prices Within this is the idea of informing politicians, you are expert, in really looked at actually how imports are done and exports are done whatever the nation what are the politicians most get wrong from the import expert dynamic from Shanghai or Hong Kong I think the effect on the US economy of implementing, the tariffs and, the complexity of the interactions between these various company companies country so it's not possible rage to Impose some On China without having any impact on on the US and the country, goes well the conversation last week with French hill from Little. Rock Arkansas the congressman from literally which is really. On this he was heated about the complexities to the Little Rock. Manufacturing community we spoke about this in terms, of Spartanburg, South Carolina where BMW has its. Largest, factory, well John if this is the case, for China what does this mean for countries such? As Brazil what are the? Political implications they've got an election coming up later, this year Yeah Resilient is still very uncertain situation buddy in terms of the trade? Wall Could be one of the few countries to benefit because That, prevailing often competing with the United States in agricultural products sleeping in particular China already has decided to import more soybeans from from Brazil another agricultural products from Brazil Up. Then that economy could benefit If that happens what happens to US farmers US, fav already facing lower prices I'm I'm sure that the the the bombers in US will be will be lobbying the the administration tried. To put a stop to this do you see global trade slowing now or is it something we're waiting for Things. The rate of, increase of year on year growth of trade, is is slowing Buddy's, still grow we haven't seen an actual contraction in world trade and I think we all still some way some way away from that but. Of course if we carry on down this Paul going then we will see Thank. You so much, John Harrison greatly appreciate it with tears Lombard, in England this morning You, just wonder where this is I don't have any wisdom at all. In the x axis the timeline of this because it's really is truly cliches uncharted. Territory but were there particular like this sub. Headline markets are complacent, on emerging market. Risks what we're seeing that feature that shirt today Good morning. Michael Purvis over it Weeden an x y Michael said eighteen months ago watch eighty. X y is the proxy and I'm sorry This is the bundled Pacific rim currency index extra pan. You take out the Janus -ness of Japan and some would say the Japan and it's like teach a class strong dollar week emerging market. And as a point that. I haven't even looked. At Filipino this morning PHP let me get that up here quickly to break through fifty. Four is a big deal we're not there yet, we are in a tight..

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Bill Gates backs $30 million push for early Alzheimer's diagnostics

Dr. Drew Midday Live with Mike Catherwood

03:41 min | 4 years ago

Bill Gates backs $30 million push for early Alzheimer's diagnostics

"Tessa are you ready to play From palmdale ASA Palmdale what the hell? Is that I know what the hell is that we're listening to Tessa. From Palmdale are you ready to play Oh? No not listening listening on her phone she's not listening to this radio. Station's that seemed to me Shall we continue. With the news I try them wartime. Wartime Tessa from Palmdale Asa I don't know what to do need some. Guidance let's go with another story while we're getting, guidance getting some, guidance the Pentagon wants to bring mind control technology to our troops that events. Departments research arm is working on a project that would connect human operators brains to the systems that they're controlling and vice. Versa It sounds exactly what Elon Musk is about. Though they're doing stuff like that with artificial limbs and things right yeah yeah you're right so it makes sense to me Oh if. You're a drone? Pilot why not just connect the drone to your brain yeah ooh. Maybe they can do it by where the eyes are, moving? And, things, like that. Or who knows God only knows The idea of humans controlling machines with their minds has spun. Off sci-fi blockbusters? Like Pacific rim But it's apparently reality they, still the you know the. Likes of Elon. Musk or not. So much worried about human brains controlling drones and vice versa it's the drones that's the part Both directions the feedback would be the, next generation non-surgical neuro. Technology or end, three as, it's now and if there's any possibility of a artificial intelligence really spinning, off on its own and. Concluding that humans. Are not worthwhile I know Lauren you feel deeply the humans are not worthwhile so now I know sooner given Oregon to a dog. Or cat God now I you know I know Okay let's, keep going Dr. Drew. Its midday live Speaking of billionaires end technology Bill Gates and a group of investors. Are backing, a thirty, dollars excuse me thirty dollars. Thirty million dollar venture. Philanthropy fund to tackle Alzheimer's Bill Gates wants to take. On Alzheimer's so along with a group of philanthropists he's sinking thirty million into diagnostics. Accelerator, venture philanthropy fund to develop early diagnostic procedures and bring them. To market, quickly I hate to say it thirty million's, not going to go very far for research yeah they're going to have to be seed for. Some, big. Money he says we need a, better way of diagnosing Alzheimer's simple. Blood test or an eye exam before. We're able to slow the, progression of the disease true true make him just work on diagnostic. Begin just, work on diagnostic issues that would be a significant move forward All right shall we play, the music again Steve let's get. To it I think we got testified Ones Rename, wrong signed to. Play what the hell is that Tessa ready to? Play are you guys doing your names Tessa from? Lom is that your name Well Tests for from Palmdale tests for all. Right here we. Go here's the crazy. Sound All right let's play it one more time quiet everybody. Here is the. Crazy Sowell more.

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Edward, Bloomberg and Twitter discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

01:42 min | 5 years ago

Edward, Bloomberg and Twitter discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

"Though seventy one eighty six but under seventy two dollars a barrel and gold right now twelve nine nine twelve minutes before the top of the hour let's get over to san francisco and has an update for you on the most important stories of the day edward oh thank you sir us teams are headed to china to check out claims by us employees of sonic attacks similar to those in cuba white house staff is off to singapore for preparations for the kim trump's summit even though the president has said again today we'll see but secretary of state mike pompeo has eased off demands north korea immediately give up its nuclear weapons asking for the regime to take in quotes credible steps toward that goal the next step is to see if the president agrees with the secretary of state china urging the summit take place saying it's hard one opportunity to work out a political settlement china's been disinvited from the pacific rim military exercise us department of justice saying the continued militarization of the south china sea sir only to raise tension and destabilize the region iran's supreme leader ayatollah alkhomeini has channeled an old us cartoon saying the us has tried various political and propaganda undertakings against the islamic republic but all these plots failed like like the famous cat in tom and jerry they will lose again boys digging back into the decade bag for that one global news twenty four hours a day on air at tick tock on twitter power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg brian how long has it been since tom and jerry have crept into your consciousness.

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America, Npr and Gop discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:10 min | 5 years ago

America, Npr and Gop discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The state department in a televised interview today french president emmanuel macron said there is proof of the regime of assad used chemical weapons at least chlorine gas npr's eleanor beardsley reports macron did not specify when or even whether air strikes will take place mackerel said france had through that assad had used chemical weapons in good cannot just do whatever it wants and said the cannot ignore international laws but when asked if france would launch air strikes to punish assad macron replied that frenchamerican teams are cooperating closely we will have decisions to take he said when the time is right and when we think it is most useful and effective macron said he had been speaking with president trump daily and had also spoken with russian president vladimir putin several times the watchdog the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons says it syria factfinding mission will start work on the ground on saturday eleanor beardsley and pr news paris some form state lawmakers say president trump was asked top administration officials look into rejoining talks on the transpacific partnership the brasco senator ben sasse says during a meeting with midwest governors and lawmakers trump said he has deputised us trade representative robert lighthizer and economic advisor larry cudlow to look to getting back into the talks which the us pulled out of last year that's really good news for america and frankly it's really good news for the rule of law and economic security in the pacific such a move would be aimed at opening more overseas markets us farmers eleven other pacific rim countries signed a sweeping trade deal last month the came together after the us withdrawal republicans now say there are bracing for potentially more midterm election fallout following the announcement this week by house speaker paul ryan he'll leave at the end of his current term the forty h road ryan announcing yesterday does not intend to seek reelection where we're some gop lawmakers worry ryan's lame duck status might hurt fundraising efforts there said it'd be considering placing the speaker sooner rather than later on wall street the dow closed up two hundred ninety three points this is npr this is wnyc in new york i'm lance lucky the city is expanding its neighbourhood policing program into.

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"Pacific Rim: Uprising" tops "Black Panther" at weekend box office

24 Hour News

02:32 min | 5 years ago

"Pacific Rim: Uprising" tops "Black Panther" at weekend box office

"Are the eighth wonder of the world shop in store or online at totalwine dot com facebook is facing a new investigation ap saga megani reports federal regulators confirm they're looking into its privacy practices after a series of scandals the federal trade commission says it's pro will include whether facebook engaged in unfair acts that cause substantial injury to consumers the investigation comes after reports that a political consulted misuse personal information of facebook users a whistle blower alleges cambridge analytica impr properly harvest the information for over fifty million accounts to help donald trump win the presidential election the company says it remains strongly committed to protecting people's information and welcomes the chance to answer the ftc's questions saga megani at the white house it took six weeks but black panthers finally been dethroned in the nation's theaters ap ben thomas does a look at the weekend box office result we thought we'd finished just beginning pacific rim uprising has begun it's running theaters at number one the sci fi sequel featuring giant monsters battling monsters robots earned an estimated twenty eight million dollars in its debut that dethroned black panther after a five week run at number one but while black panther slipped to second place it did not another box office milestone it's now the highest grossing superhero film ever in north america passing the avengers the mothership in the marvel universe the christian drama i can only imagine came in third in its second weekend followed by the animated sherlock gnomes and tomb raider i'm ben thomas gun manufacturer remington is filing for bankruptcy protection because of mounting debts remington has roots dating all the way back to eighteen sixteen but fading sales and rimington's production of one of the most well known weapons in the world the bushmaster ar fifteen have overwhelmed the company the bushmaster was used in the sandy hook shooting in connecticut where twenty first graders and six teachers were killed in two thousand twelve it remains unclear what will happen to it's thirty five hundred or so employees as it reorganizes the tunnel wine and more it's much more than a wine store it's the eighth wonder of the world when people talk about little wine and more they get a little carried away we're just a big friendly place run.

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"Pacific Rim: Uprising" tops "Black Panther" at weekend box office

Colleen and Bradley

01:07 min | 5 years ago

"Pacific Rim: Uprising" tops "Black Panther" at weekend box office

"Or of the two of them at a party together beyond say at a party maybe we'll work on that have to invest the black panther finally got bumped out of the top box office spot over the weekend by pacific rim uprising but black panther also passed the ventures to become the top grossing superhero movie of all time in the united states worldwide it's number three the avengers and the vendors as voltron have made more money to black panther but i'm sure it will pass some of those well it's still going i mean it's still got a ton of steam bradley worth the highest black panther of course one hundred percents worth all the hype go see the movie theaters because you really would do something to service if you don't see it in something that may have not been worth all the hype was stormy daniels interview on sixty minutes last night for but it did bring in the show's best ratings since two thousand eight when steve kroft interviewed brock and michelle obama shortly after he was elected president that interview attracted twenty four point five million viewers so you can imagine based on early numbers that last night's interview with round the same.

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Trump signs tariffs but exempts Canada and Mexico

The Bryan Crabtree Show

02:20 min | 5 years ago

Trump signs tariffs but exempts Canada and Mexico

"The money collapse thirty plan here in hong kong i'm deborah mallet the first word news poll president trump is set to make kim jongun and why would be the first ever meeting between north korean leader at a sitting us president korea says the north will suspend nuclear and missile tests ahead of the talks which we're told we'll take place by may president trump says he's made great progress while president trump signed the order imposing tariffs on steel and aluminum imports while exempting canada and mexico and leaving the door open to sparing some other nations meanwhile eleven pacific rim nations signed a sweeping freetrade agreement and they reiterated their opposition to protectionism out the outgoing pboc governor says china can accelerate the opening up of the system by speeding up reform of market access joe such line told reporters in beijing that emphasizing quality growth can reduce reliance on biden reflective joe said he's been very fortunate to lead the pboc for fifteen years we have been preparing after joining the wto for several years to further open the market but unfortunately met with a global financial crisis now that we are in a new stage with regard to market openings we can be bolder and make the degree of opening even larger bubble is 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries this is bloomberg let's get over to julian szalai now for a look at what's moving in the markets today juliet well debra of kohl's to that potential meeting between trump and kim jong an israeli the focus will invest it today you have seen the msci asiapacific index jumped the paytv five 459 shows you these move but we have seen a sell out of those safe haven asset said the blue line they're showing the drop that you have seen in the japanese yen let's have a look at the overall market action of course a lot of focused on korean stokes today we had xinyuan asset management selling bloomberg that you could say the cull speak rise by thirty percent if north korea were to give up its nuclear weapons that korean kospi up by one percent today also some strong buying coming through eight hong kong's hang seng index and the other big news of the day of course was the fact that president trump had signed those steel and aluminum tariffs.

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