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Fresh update on "panama" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:41 sec | 46 min ago

Fresh update on "panama" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"Tim Steven from Bloomberg radio One thing that's become abundantly clear over the last few months to a lot of people is that Ukraine is the breadbasket of Europe And of course it's currently a battlefield Export routes through the Black Sea to Africa and the Middle East are blocked A global fertilizer shortage is putting many key crops in jeopardy So just how dire is the threat to our global food supply And what can be done to mitigate the damage Carol massar was in Panama this past week covering the Bloomberg new economy event called gateway Latin America Here now is an excerpt from her panel discussion with earther and cousin founder and CEO of food systems for the future Mauricio Rodriguez Bayer's president for the crop science division in Latin America Bio saris crop solutions CFO Enrique Lopez lecue and marcella Escobar assistant administrator of USAID's bureau for Latin America and the Caribbean What.

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Fresh update on "panama" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:44 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "panama" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"That was an excerpt from Carol masters panel discussion with Mauricio Rodriguez of Bayer Food systems for the future CEO and founder earther and cousin and bio series crop solutions CFO Enrique Lopez leku bay And marcela Escobar of USAID It was part of gateway Latin America our Bloomberg new economy convening in Panama for the full conversation Just go to Bloomberg dot com Still ahead on Bloomberg businessweek We go from food shortages to component backlogs We speak with Sonos CEO Patrick Spence and he tells us why his company isn't ready yet to breathe a sigh of relief even after strong quarterly earnings This is Bloomberg Burden and now an update on what some analysts and reporters are calling the great resignation And the upside of it all As many as 44% of workers are leaving their 9 to 5s behind and looking for life hacks to make up the difference in income as they pursue other jobs And as that number grows so have downloads of.

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"panama" Discussed on Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence for Cyber Security

Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence for Cyber Security

04:01 min | 2 months ago

"panama" Discussed on Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence for Cyber Security

"Volunteer force taking the fight into cyberspace. The Ukrainian government calls it its IT army. A top Ukrainian cybersecurity official, Victor Shira, says hundreds of thousands have enlisted in their ranks. Ukrainians all over the globe, are united to defend our country in the cyberspace. And I know that Russians think that only super countries, super states can provide these attacks. But as we see more than 400,000 people are united in this IT army, just how effective these volunteers are is unclear. Russian government websites have been under a huge number of DDoS attacks, but they've been able to recover from them. Analysts are a little worried that this cyber call to arms violates international norms. The Defense Department's chief information officer, John Sherman, told the record in an interview that in anticipation of possible cyberattacks from Russia, he's in daily contact with U.S. cyber command and NSA chief general Paul nakasone. While he wouldn't talk about the discrete steps the U.S. is taking to guard against those attacks, he said he's working with combatant commands to make sure America's most sensitive networks are being taken care of in a proactive way. He says he's tending to that constantly. And finally, the cybersecurity firm proof point has discovered what it says is likely a state sponsored fishing campaign, targeting EU officials dealing with the refugee crisis in Ukraine. Proof point says hackers may have compromised a Ukrainian armed forces email account in order to target EU officials managing logistics for the refugees. The email pretended to be about information about a UN Security Council decision. And when opened, planted sun seed malware, proof point linked the attack to a group known as ghost rider,.

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"panama" Discussed on Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence for Cyber Security

Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence for Cyber Security

04:21 min | 2 months ago

"panama" Discussed on Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence for Cyber Security

"John Fokker has been tracking kanti in its predecessor riot for years. He's the head of investigations at trillo, a cybersecurity company, and it used to be part of the national high-tech crime team in the Netherlands. And we conducted multiple ransomware investigations in the kind of flow through, and within the work I do now, we follow all the major groups and Conti was one that he and his team of intelligence analysts are combing through these Conti logs and he says that there are lots of interesting things in there. We could see very interesting conversations that they talk about. Nicknames that we've seen before in other ransomware groups. We see passwords. They are connecting the dots. And two of these dots involve new indications that Conti has some weird ties to Russian law enforcement, and maybe even the government. The group denies it, Moscow does two, but fok says thanks to the Conti leaks. It's become pretty clear now. Consider one of the chat log exchanges in which two Conti hackers are talking about a source inside bellingcat. That's the Netherlands based investigative journalism group. They focus on fact checking and open-source intelligence. And the hackers seem to be searching the bellingcat network for someone else. And what really stood out was the conversation that took place that they said, okay, this is a very interesting information. We need to save this and they literally said, okay, safe. Look for stuff that's related to Navalny. Alexei Navalny is a jailed Russian opposition leader who to put it mildly is Putin's nemesis. In 2020, after surviving an assassination attempt, Navalny worked with bellingcat to identify his would be killers. This is audio from one of those assassins. And he actually confesses to the operation over the phone. The chat show Conti members talking about wanting to grab anything related to Navalny in the bellingcat network. And you don't have to have that suspicious of mine to think that's an interesting coincidence. They literally said, okay, safe this has looked for stuff that's related to Navalny and save it in a folder Navalny FSB. FSB, Russia's federal security service. It does counterintelligence and internal security. So this basically confirms a lot of what we always been suspecting. Obviously, we don't know if they were actually guided by a state, but it could indicate like, okay, looking at this, they might have been a relationship or they were already on the radar, and this is their way of continuing operations. So it stayed allowed as you might call, but this also, for me, finding things like this, these little links. Puts their claim what they did just before the leaks, where they said, oh, we choose affiliation with the Russian Federation. And this one puts that in a clear daylight. Hacking groups don't usually take sides in international disputes for a very simple reason. It gets in the way of making money, which is why Conti's declaration of support for Russia struck people is so odd. Falkirk says no one is exactly sure why Conti did it, but it could have something to do with its relationship with Russian authorities. They talk about people have to lay low because they might be on a list from law enforcement. It seems like a day to today business where they try to, okay, we just need to lay low and we do our thing and okay, then if you lay low for a little bit, then you can continue on later. So it really seemed that they were getting some level of protection. And maybe getting tipped off to avoid an arrest. Cybersecurity officials have long thought a hacking groups in Russian authorities have been in a marriage of convenience. The Conte leaks provide a glimpse into how that might work. Sometimes the truth is more amazing than what we could think of, but for now this.

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Chinese immigrant attacked in NYC dies months later

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Chinese immigrant attacked in NYC dies months later

"A a Chinese Chinese immigrant immigrant attacked attacked in in New New York York City City during during a a rise rise in in anti anti Asian Asian hate hate crime crime across across the the country country has has died died from from his his injuries injuries making making the the case case a a homicide homicide police police say say yell yell Panama Panama died died December December thirty thirty first first after after being being knocked knocked to to the the ground ground in in East East Harlem Harlem back back in in April April and and kicked kicked in in the the head head repeatedly repeatedly by by Jared Jared Powell Powell and and acts acts caught caught on on surveillance surveillance video video the the NYPD NYPD says says mom mom was was out out on on the the street street collecting collecting cans cans and and bottles bottles for for money money in in a a criminal criminal complaint complaint detectives detectives say say Powell Powell admitted admitted to to beating beating a a Chinese Chinese man man bidding bidding laws laws description description and and said said he'd he'd done done so so because because he'd he'd been been robbed robbed the the day day before before by by the the man man hell hell was was previously previously charged charged with with attempted attempted murder murder felony felony assault assault and and hate hate crimes crimes Julie Julie Walker Walker New New York York

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Data shows ship crossed over oil pipeline that ruptured

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 7 months ago

Data shows ship crossed over oil pipeline that ruptured

"California authorities are focusing on tracking data that show a massive cargo ship repeatedly drifting over the undersea pipeline that ruptured early this month a Coast Guard official says federal investigators are examining whether the anchor from a Panama registered container ship MSE Dennett snagged the undersea pipeline in pulled across the sea floor this ship was being buffeted by strong winds from a storm and repeatedly crossed over the pipeline but here's what's hard to explain that ship was drifting a radically on January twenty fifth it wasn't until early October that oil and tar balls started washing up off Huntington beach in southern California investigators say that could mean another ship dragged anchor over the pipeline the line might have been hit by something else at a later date or the pipeline itself may have suffered some type of failure hi Jackie Quinn

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"panama" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

05:30 min | 7 months ago

"panama" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Eunice Moussa's back in, but you have a couple different players in there as well. Sebastian legit, Kellen Acosta. And I think it's a cliche Taylor, but it really feels like this game is lost in midfield. What do we make of the different levels of play that we see three days apart from a midfield trio that wall is different still has one guy in it that's the same, and that's unusual. Yeah, what's concerning for me, her concept is this is that there really is only one 6 on this roster. And that's Tyler Adams. And the moment you take Tyler Adams out of the middle, everything looks discombobulated. Everything looks unhinged, and it doesn't feel comfortable within the system. Yes, he came off the bench in this one, but there was energy immediately to the game. Everyone had a little bit more pep in their step, whatever it may be, there was a few more options to pass the ball through the midfield and whatnot. I think western mckenney at times plays as if he wants to run the show as if he's the guy that can run the show. I don't think he's that type of player, and I think he needs to transform mores to the guy that we saw at Schalke. And so I understand the area concern, and I get it. But I'm still, and I know I'm beating a dead horse here, but they're not creating a ton of chances. The final product isn't there all the time. And I know great bear alternate staff love the model of expected goals, but when you look at the last 13 games that I'm beaten, it's not as if they're creating two three four expected goals every single game. And so chances are extremely limited for this team. So no matter what it is, and I understand if Tyler Adams is healthy, the midfields less of a concern for me, but regarding Ricardo Pepe up front or not. This team still struggles to score goals. And Eric, I don't know if you've seen the same thing I have yet why can they not score goals in the first half and then have to react? Change things and come out the second half. That in a nutshell is a problem. Yeah, and instead he was alluding to that earlier on in the segment where you talk about he got things right a half time. His adjustments were correct and they weren't this go around. That's still begs the question, why are you starting that way? Now we talk about Greg bertram, stani wants to implement and Taylor, you're right, he loves he's expected goals. He's very much excuse the term. Statin nerd when it comes to that. A PowerPoint nerd. But the football has been played that way. Football isn't played with numbers, played with feeling, it's played with instincts. And this is the problem. We talk about him being a possession based coach. This team being a possession based team, for ten halves, they've not been that. They've had two good halves, 8 very bad halves. And you look at the outside backs to me very important because when those acts outside effects have been good and taken care of the ball, it gets the center of the midfield going. It gets Tyler Adams. It gets western McKinney. Whoever's in there, younes Musa whoever's in there involved which gets their junior desk, Antony Robinson. When those fullbacks are good, when they take care of the ball, the team has confidence when they don't, they rely on their center backs to come out with it, and it's root one and it's very, very ugly. It feels a lot of the times like there's home run swings on these lineups, right? And sometimes it hits. Sometimes it doesn't. And I don't know if those risks are necessary, but I assume Gregg halter knows the depth of his of his talent pool better than we do. Let me ask this. Before we move on from the Panama game real quick. Panama in this match was Concacaf to an extreme almost. There's a point where you can have the stretchers come out as much as you want. But there's a difference to me like another line that's crossed when folks are running onto the field at very convenient moments and balls are coming in at very convenient moments. You guys have lived through all the shenanigans of Concacaf. And I know we accept games mention to a point in this region. Did it cross a line into cheating Taylor last night? Well, I mean, what do we expect from Concacaf guys? We're doing a World Cup qualifying round without VAR. And so you guys obviously heard me during the first half of Jamaica, absolutely blow a gasket on this. It's mind boggling to me. And yet you literally had fans running onto the field in beta on city asking for selfies. There were three balls on the field at one point. At what point is Concacaf's gonna look at itself and say, you know what? Fine. But I remind everyone watching this show. In 2017, Panama qualified for the World Cup on a goal that never went in. A goal that never went in. Was parents headed it and went outside the nets came back in. It was all about and went in and they give it a goal because of no VAR. They're like, it's good. Enjoy Russia. I don't know what to do. I don't see her. Expect the unexpected when it comes to concave half is the way I look at it. But you're right. That's the way it's always been, and that's the way it will be in the only way it's going to change is if you implement things like var and I understand most stadiums aren't set up to be quick with var, but those who have it should be allowed to use it. It's very simple to me. And Concacaf, it's known for the dark arts, it's known for stretching its rules, probably more than the Taylor's wearings being stretched. It's the way it is. Taylor, you'll be in Columbus for the game against Costa Rica. Let's look forward to that match for just a second. All right, so you got Greg berhalter's here. You can tell one player that he's gotta put back into the starting lineup for this game. Columbus is easy against Costa Rica. Based on what you said, I think we know who it's going to be, but who is it? It's Tyler Adams. I'm not moving them. I'm not making the fact that he started the first half at right back against Honduras was mind boggling to me..

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"panama" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:46 min | 7 months ago

"panama" Discussed on ESPN FC

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"panama" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:58 min | 7 months ago

"panama" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Is strange all season for into miami. Of course horrible. Stop then they go good over recent gains as they've been struggling five straight defeats. Philip neville really not happy with the officials before we. Hey y you have to say off the red bulls defeat. Let's take you back shall we. To some of these calls that he's not been happy with sawing off with atlanta taking on into miami penalty that was awarded hand stevie atlanta. Yeah i mean it's tough to see where the defendant gets his arm. The way in time is a tight one. You could take it either way. Personally i would say no. But i can understand why it might be given never happened with that. No happy with this either in the portland game where he thought into miami got. The equaliser went on iran after this match as well the go off for a foul and it is a foul. Say two hundred show. It is under defender. There you go. That's how they create space. Children live with three times as well. One hundred percent of file feel nelson chasa. Terrace fight. I think he does have a case. Take a look at the rentals game. One nil town sixty minutes in eight wine looks like calls however the officials will obviously take a look at it now remember on any lines in his whole down for the and the i got it wrong isn't it. I think the caller incompetence cray all judge of that shouldn't be the clearly. Don't clearly icee the understand. That's for sure of course significant with regards since miami's push for the playoffs. They're in big trouble. Eight points adrift of montreal. End seven and running out of games to make up the points now. This is what phil never had to say. After that red bull's result yeah..

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"panama" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:36 min | 7 months ago

"panama" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Going argentina in action yesterday qualifying take on uruguay. This all about leeann are messy seven minutes before the break argentina would take leads to make one no messy with a cross in any kind of just goes through everybody. Well yes it does. And he's a good look from here. Messy the run coming. Niko is from vive. He gets instead of within their moves later has to react to the runner nico. Glenside doesn't quite know where the ball is going to be those play. The ball plays that player and the ball goes easily Just before the break it's to now To pull just making the most of the ball bouncing around everywhere. And he's that to put it away only composed piece of this was the actual funny so the rest of it maybe a free kick the deflection a worth. Look it up for furnish pixie spot into the second half we go where argentina would get third messy. Plays into la also plays into loud martinez. Who makes it three said long period of possession video. Paul gets his head on finds wall penis. My kind of range yards out. You don't problems. His please tap in the rain had now. Yeah very comfortable in the end. Eight argentina and Leeann messy is eighty goals now for argentina. More than any other player in south american history. How is going to affect his odds for.

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"panama" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:29 min | 7 months ago

"panama" Discussed on ESPN FC

"And some qualify in the middle of our menia against kazakhstan. Nobody's nobody's gonna even think of us watching liberal spurs and something happened. You remember lofgren trying to play. The ball ended up to harry cane. He scored you stormed out of the viewing room. So read an angry at the real. That hasn't changed things. I'm just seeing the cianci's of it being changed. The percentage rises through the roof. Because it's such a big game. How can you change. What would you change it to nothing. Frank emoji explained it when normally under normal conditions. How de garcia not touch that ball. It's judged on say offsite when the two very simple does dead easy right. Even though garcia told you that if you use the apply the same rule to then it's a straightforward decision. guys say. i tried to clear out. And then it spins and ricochets off my boo into the path of mbappe and then he goes in schools. Remember it's fun did you listen to. It's actually what you said doesn't monster. He's completely relevant correct. Because he's off say when the pass is played right. I'm not saying what he does. It doesn't matter your properly show on right to each it. The dead simple no gray area okay. All right away from from the controversial on no go. No no no no no no. I won't go back to the rule and you're absolutely right. You know a ruler rural and you have to stick to it. whatever. I'm french so we do whatever we want. But the thing is the thing is really is i think if you want to make the game simple and if you wanna make sure that people understand and agree with you make it really simple and as steve just explained whatever happens during the past that the somebody makes it us is somebody makes you another. You don't care. You have to george when the ball kicks the when the boot kicks ball. And that's it don't try to interprets what actions are in case. Something is been touched but now is just in. That position of side is of side. Don't try to make it more complicated. Because nobody knows it know that they shot said. Did you know the rule is well. Nobody knew the ruling fact. I guess except maybe two people in the room frank. The was oh. How does this affect your appearance money now given that you won the world cup. But you didn't win the nation. How is this gonna going forward. Because i wonder woke up and the euro and the russian cup in the road so he affect me in that. Kedo worry about me. That's all right. we're very. They want the nation league. I don't know what it means is yoga and say that it is important now. It's newly created maybe within ten years or twenty years. We're going to say while friends wanted the second time. A just after portugal at it was a big deal. It's not a big deal. We happy but it's not a big deal. Especially in those circumstances. I tell you what. It's a big deal. Franklin perf annual cleans and both on extra time to.

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"panama" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

05:01 min | 7 months ago

"panama" Discussed on ESPN FC

"You can't make so. Many changes and expect a cohesive unit. Especially when you're asking them to play out of the back when you're asking your outside backs one who's very young. Who's only gotten the second game in a world cup qualifier and both on road enjoyed bello and in shock more. Who's a played all of fifty nine minutes this year and ask them to be participants in the way you come out in the way you construct play. It felt like he was asking too much of these players that we could talk about players that we could talk about tactics. We could talk about energy but we're not talking about gregg berhalter. This is a very inexperienced team. Everybody talks about the inexperience of the gnashing. It's great that we have christian pulisic. It's great that they have. Go raina dorman. It's great that they have. You know tyler live sick all these players but they're inexperienced when it comes to world cup. Qualifying comes to the national. You know who's the most inexperienced. It's gregg berhalter. We don't talk enough about that. He's going to take his lumps like he did last night. It was a bad judgment. Call greg halter. He got this job of being successful with columbus out of all the f. Everybody in that crew. If you include the players and the coaching staff he might be the most inexperienced when we're talking about this national team but what about the summer of love mexico twice. We'll have to orlando. Yeah yeah here. It is this paper over cracks. Mike and world cup qualifying. We've done ten halves of football ten halves. There have been too good house with ms ashton. An eight of those. Your team was outplayed. In those you were the second team. Some our love is great. You beat mexico in the nation's league nations league final in a game where you were thoroughly outplayed and three three-set piece goals did you the favor while your backup goalkeeper came on and he had a walk up to say. Awesome your second team or thirteen. If you'd like beat mexico in the final. Las vegas in another game where you were thoroughly outbeat and you revert to the us. Men's national set pieces fights in grit. It's not this possession this very good on the i. In the final third combining. We're going to play a fast paced game. We're going to play a more modern type of football that we've been sold by gregg berhalter. You won those games when you were thoroughly outplayed. The old way the old. Us men's national team which by the way is in a bad way. But isn't what you were selling us now. I mentioned those ten that has a football only two positive. I'm no genius. I'm no math expert. But you're going to coach right there. I don't think he'd feel particularly good. It by your teams play or your chances if the ratio is two out of eight or ten excuse me one moment late on in this game which was so constable was the panama ballboys. So we'll tonga castle boys ready and fruit a whole into the crowd lates on device as much time as possible in your experience of that. How much was that surprise you when you were coaching. The us team. What was going on over shenanigans. Going away for these games. I mean that's part of it. That's of that qualifies as pot of going into central america. And yeah that's frustrating. If you're not on top of your game from the minute on if you take it lightly if you don't match up the aggressiveness of the opponent even top that aggressive and of them you struggle you struggle. Then you're gonna lose games on the road and and then you get forced to get your points for sure one hundred percent you gotta get your three points in every home match and if you if you don't do that then you know it i mean now live eight teams instead of six. It might be even more difficult kind of to make sure that you are one of the top three or at least in the fourth place at the the qualification game now so no but all those things we aware of. I mean this is. This is a normal thing to deal with venue. Go into central america. You got to adapt to their rules. You've got to adapt to climate to their way of doing things and It's also it's also fun. I have to say. I mean i i loved it on one side. I hated it on the other side but the learning curve is there. I mean you'll players learn the deal of it you and and the staff as well but obviously you gotta make sure you get your points you gotta make sure you get the points a lot more action than from her can save on the latest addition of football. America's always you can check them out over on. Espn plus. i imagine several beginning under the on again by china's every show. He's the man that's pretty that we've mentioned that having the us then again so cost ceriga that game coming up this week. Live on the espn two now. Does this sound familiar. You've got one device that lets you catch the game live another that lets you stream your favorite shows you're watching sports highlights on your phone and you've got your neighbors best friends logging for the good stuff..

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"panama" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

06:09 min | 7 months ago

"panama" Discussed on ESPN FC

"And not go to the last world cup or this panamanians side did go to the last world cup you see a panamanian side that played in a way that was simple that was disciplined and complicated complicated. The hell out of the us. Men's nash team who couldn't connect passes and they talk about after effort has nothing to do with this. If you don't put your players in positions succeed against teams that are a very good especially at home very good especially in complicated conditions like the heat. This is going to happen. He's an excuses. Gregg berhalter made seven changes mexico made to panama that team. The same team that lost made to you can say whatever you want. But you were thinking about costa rica. You were thinking about the next game not about this game. You'll get when we talk about qualifying in concacaf. We talk about getting it done at home. If you're gonna win your home games then you were pretty much there. So given that fags do you understand why greg perr halter made so mayor. New changes last night against panama. We the one. I costa rica difficult to say. Obviously greg knows the reasons for better. He knows exactly where every player stains what is conditions is no and how he wants to see the the game plan. I mean obviously you can only look from game to game you can only know look at before you are in all basically going to be you can only think about panama and how to take the huddle there because every away game concha is really difficult because of the the climate because of the field conditions because of roughly and all that stuff so so you can only take one game at a time. So i'm a bit surprised that you know you already think ahead to the next game when you host costa rica than at home. Obviously he couldn't take two players with him as he said because of pacific reasons. But that hurts. I mean it hurts. Because i don't think it was necessary. Leaving three points have been the player. Say in all of that. There was a lack of intensity that that's not a good thing because the intensity has to be there. I mean it's qualifying. I mean you can lose a game but but you've got to battle. You've gotta be feisty you gotta be aggressive you've got to. Have you know your players on the field that really kind of an understanding how how severe it is how how important it is so therefore obviously he has now the in the home game against costa rica to correct a couple of things and evil. I am one hundred percent sure. But i think it was an unnecessary loss more striking alley and this is something. We've talked about a lot and i've learned a lot since i've come here. Is the away games and conquer difficult so wipe out such an inexperienced side when surely this is why you need to rely on some of your own heads within that scored the most disappointing part of that press conference from greg. Burkhalter is the fact that he accepts that his team did not quite show the intensity or the energy that this game require. If there was one thing that any of us could tell this team ahead of the game in the team huddle is match thing. Ten city the first fifteen twenty minutes you have to be able to be ready for the fight and then after we intensity after we match the energy then we can play after we take that crowd out of this game then we can play but when you allow panama to all of a sudden get on top of you and you look nervous and you look passive and you look like. You're not ready almost as if you're surprise that they're willing to match you physically that they're willing to fight to that. They're willing to win fifty fifty talents that they're winning willing to get into rebounds and then if you're a fan in that stadium you see the united states shaky as they were early on in the match. If you did not believe going into the stadium that your team had a chance after you see by the united states. You say we have a chance here. We have a chance we feel it. The stadium feels that the players feel on the field. And then all frassoni gets out of control and you can't quite catch up now. The other thing. That doesn't quite match. The rhetoric. gregg berhalter is that he says we didn't have the legs. Were you make seven changes to make sure that you had the legs. So that part of those in quite doesn't quite match up in terms of the explanation and what we saw on the field if you're making those changes because he won fresh lakes if you won you won energy intensity but you didn't have any of that in the end you paid for and you making big changes tv three changes to your back four which we discussed a lot no matter what football is wherever it's play that's going to be a problem. I'm sure the gregg berhalter did the wrong thing. I get impression at greg. Bear holter pretty much figured out that he didn't think again. Because i'm not sure that the us in any case with with the so-called best players has good national teams have and as a core of six or seven players that you can fill two to three young guys around. They don't have regardless of everybody's not they don't have that and short for him to maybe look ahead to columbus against costa rica. He can't komo and see you don't want i didn't think we could win. Those game short kept everybody for costa rica. he can't see that because you'll get absolutely slammed. Maybe he knows that he's is a set level. And what he's complete three games in detroit and show you know what i'm going to make a sacrifice. We won the first game. I'm going to make a sacrifice so that we win this game. I think that's what's in. The bucket. has head is accessible her. No it's not because if there's one opponet that historically i mean since nineteen ninety eight you think you take your chances on on the road. It's panama they're undefeated or they were undefeated since that time versus panama in world cup qualifying. I understand what's tv sane. But you can't make so. Many changes and expect a cohesive unit. Especially when you're asking them to play out of the back when you're asking your outside backs one who's.

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"panama" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:41 min | 7 months ago

"panama" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Now obviously doesn't look like the best choice but i think we have to wait until thursday because if we would've played the same players from the last game first of all two of them weren't even here so that was going to be impossible but if we would have played the same players In the same game in this game. I'm not sure we position ourselves in the best way to win again on on wednesday. We know we know. We're playing in extreme heat extreme humidity. We travel four and a half hours. And we know that. We have another game on wednesday and we wanted to rotate players. And you know if it didn't work then it's on me. It's my responsibility or responsibilities. A staff both tyler and matt said just intensity of the team. Wasn't there especially in the first half giving you started talking about the need firm intensity from the post came dressed to the players the other night and pretty much every day you mentioned. How does something like that happen. It's sports it's it's human some you know it's there's no i think one explanation for but you know we're distances were too far We didn't have that pop. We didn't have the legs that we needed and You know we suffered for. It wasn't through a lack of try. I think it was a lack of. I don't know it wasn't a lack of trying. it was just. We didn't have that that hundred percent today and then the playing side of it needs to be better poor. We were really poor with our passing and some of our movement so more reaction to that defeat against panama. Let's welcome in showy fool me. Us men's national team coach and clinton former international hercules gomez with us. Let's start with you. The rhetoric seems to be off the game pretty much but we focus very much on that home tie against costa rica on thursday to the detriment to what happened last night. Yeah sports that's sports. It's very surprising. We could put a lot of stock and if seven changes was too much. This national team is in deep enough all that stuff but it's execution its tactics as technical ability. It's talent everything that the nationally didn't have against panama panama team. That you look past or try to pass. There were focused on costa rica in ohio instead of panam a very good panamanian side who by the way type candidate at home by the way tied mexico at home and now has been the. Us men's national team at home. You can't look past this team. Even though you look at the roster you'll get their players and you say.

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"panama" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

06:15 min | 7 months ago

"panama" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Anyway paul ariola dot kind of attacking triumvirate if you wanna call it that paula. Kerr tweeted this. Us men's national team midfield trio cost legit a mussa completed. Eleven passes to each other in the first half against jamaica. The midfield three adams mckanie and mussa completed thirty. Six passes to each other in the first half this. I mean the midfield was nonexistent. It was like a byron wasteland devoid of creativity dane but more than that. They couldn't get on the ball and get just string a move together. Just set it down. You often hear the old school managers when decides is just conceded. A goal or something. You know they're trying to set into the game. Just get your foot on it and put four or five passes together settling into a rhythm. There was no rhythm was was Joseph loria on twitter made a good point about some of the passing from the back. Four you know in a bear holter side you wanna be able to pass. Through the units pass posit from defense and work it into midfield create things from the back and their inability to do. That was striking tonight. Just everything it was. it was rubbish. It was just rubbish. None of it worked and it's one that they've got to put behind them quickly. Yeah they really do. I mean they can't afford bear talked after the first win in this current triumvirate of matches about how you know if we if we i forget the exact wording us but something to the effect of if we think were you hot s and go come out with that mentality against panama. We'll get our asking. And i'm trying to think was tonight about we. Did they did the. Us play poorly tonight because there was complacency. I don't i don't necessarily think so. Especially because so many of those players weren't guys who played in that jamaica match the other night that we're getting all this praise so i don't know if that was it i i'm having a hard time putting my finger on exactly. What would cause team to play so poorly. Maybe they were a little bit surprised by the adrenaline which panama came out from early on and kinda was able to sustain that for much of the match. But you know panama won this game deservedly. So but it's not like it was. It wasn't like they were peppering. Turner with chance after chance after chance that you know they weren't. They weren't unbelievable. They were better than the. Us were certainly there. Were firing them. Firing away the more dangerous side the more likely site. I mean the crispness of the panama passing the ability for them to link up and create triangles and move. The ball was pretty. Good everything we couldn't do but you're right. It wasn't like the alamo. They didn't lay siege to the goal. But i mean that's that's even more of an indictment of this. Us site yes correct. Another one was on again. I was flicking at joseph twitter. Because he's he's very good. People should take a look at him. From a tactic standpoint Pamela able to disrupt our back four playing out by pressing two of their forwards. I i thought we were better on the balden. This i thought we were capable of working these things out and be crisp and incisive in are passing and move the ball and and possess the ball. This team no bear halter said in the summer that he would know from the gold cup. If a lot of these guys were capable to be relied on in the world cup qualifying. I think me and you maybe fell into that trap. A little bit of believing that they would be based on that gold corp. Met maybe not the wrong but certainly the final. Well look we weren't crazy. I mean some of those were wrong. Well not on all fronts. We've been proven we turn miles robinson or two of the best player on this team. We're talking about the goalkeeper. They're andrew i we. We looked at certain gold cup performers and thought. Yeah these guys can do a job across the board. That's take for example. What we thought academy acosta. I think we thought we talked too. Much of cutting the cost in on He came on tonight. Just just not up to it. Mackenzie who. I didn't really read from the summers play anyway. Nacho he's up to it either. The j just sebescen legit. I think has done a good job when he's played for this team. I'm not gonna let tonight him being invisible. Everyone was invisible tonight. Tim way was invisible tonight. I forgot he was playing. I actually forgot at one point in the first half. I said who's the other guy it was him. I mean so like now what you could say is. I didn't expect the situation. Maybe where all of these guys would be playing together right and again that goes back to the conversation about team selection and look in this sport there is no there is no greater example of monday morning quarterbacking. That goes on then. Talking about team selection after a matches happened But it's part of it. And i think a lot of people's eyebrows were raised when they saw this group the seven changes. That were made Can i ask you though andrew about the general approach so before i saw the team tonight i taught key players. Being hooked after an hour or seventy minutes against jamaica was to rest them because they were going to start against panama right. That was my view. They were going to conserve them. Job don't against jamaica next big jobs on the road in panama city. These guys are gonna start. I mean look at the bench sir. Desk tyler adams christian role. Dan brendan irons miles. Robinson i mean. Ricardo peppy matthew hop deandre yet lake. Yeah look there were certain limitations. Obviously we know raina not with this team. Weston mckennie out with an injury. So he's now not available..

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More Than 20,000 Haitians Are Gathered in Colombia for Possible Migration to US

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:57 min | 8 months ago

More Than 20,000 Haitians Are Gathered in Colombia for Possible Migration to US

"To this. this is this. Is stephanie rule and julia. Ainsley on msnbc now we have to turn to texas where the migrant crisis maybe on the verge of getting a whole lot worse. You've seen the pictures of haitian migrants camp under a bridge in del rio. Roughly twenty excuse me twelve thousand of them but now we're learning that thousands more could be on their way from columbia from panama from peru. That can triple the number of migrants in south texas. Nbc's mortgage huskies in del rio. Julia ainsley covers the vhs. She broke the story about this new group of migrants. That may be headed here. Truly at what. Can you tell us if you'd think about what has happened in haiti in the last few weeks in the last few years. It's a dire situation at home for them it is. There really isn't a home for these people to go back to stephanie. A lot of these haitians left their home country. Some around the two thousand ten earthquake others during the devastating events. They're both natural and political. That have occurred in haiti over these years. They've been living in south america. Many of them were there around the olympics. In two thousand sixteen their opportunities there have dried up. It is very hard for them to find work or find any way to feed their families and now according to internal documents that we obtained last night. Dhs monitoring a group of more than twenty thousand haitians that have all amassed northern colombia. Maybe the next group to come here. They're also more than a thousand and panama more than a thousand in peru. they're also monitoring these groups to see if they come. Thousands of haitians are gathering in other countries preparing to enter the united states. All dude to to to joe biden and his policies all due to this administration's open borders remember. When hillary clinton dreamed of open borders. It's coming to fruition.

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Cycling Southern Spain with Chris Atkin

When in Spain

01:44 min | 9 months ago

Cycling Southern Spain with Chris Atkin

"You'll route started in balance here on the east coast. And you weaved your way down throughout the kennedy murphy. Maria you stop off in granada malaga rhonda. You ended up in gibraltar. How many kilometers woman's did you travel on on the overall. And how long did it take you in told us it was a it was a roundabout routes. It was thirteen. Hundred is also in total acted over. I think six weeks so it wasn't. I wasn't breaking records with my manage but it was more that i was very conscious. I didn't want to just race through all these amazing places. I did actually want to see them. And explore them for myself during the wealth. Spagna takes time to master yourself. I guess that's something. That kind of came through in the book was that this was kind of a quest for immersion in spanish coach and spanish language which you touch upon the various points during During the book inspiration to do this particular room. Why did you want to buy it. I've never done any long distance cycling ato before. And i knew i didn't have much money so the idea of going by bike was that it was i was gonna enjoy some slow travel and the five months preceding my trip. I've been working at panama's largest language school where odd being paid in spanish jewish so my spanish skills that improved bit but i kind of wants to test them and the opportunity to test them in spain. I never been to a new embarrassingly. Little about was definitely a large incentive to to come and visit us

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NASA Has Completed Work on the James Webb Space Telescope

John Batchelor

01:15 min | 9 months ago

NASA Has Completed Work on the James Webb Space Telescope

"Do we have left? We got about a minute. Okay. James Webb Telescope has passed its final checks The Hubble replacement, the Hubble replacement, and it's going to soon be shipped through the Panama Canal down to Karura. I'd like you wanna Karoo. Excuse me is it's huge, Is it? Is it fillets? Massive. Oh, I haven't seen it with the mirrors unfurled. I've seen it with the mirrors folded up, but it is Massive. It's going to have a about a 21 Ft Wide Mirror, which is three times almost three times the diameter of the Hubble. And it will be working in infrared, so you can see much further because it can see through Hubble's mostly visible and ultraviolet wavelengths. So an infrared you can see past all the dust and the junk that's out in the deeper parts of the universe. And really start looking back at the very edge of the beginning of time, which is very promising, and it's gonna be parked what they call Earth Sun l two or the Grange to which is a stable point out beyond, uh, Earth's orbit, so it'll be in the Earth's shadow all the time. So between that and the natural cooling, it's got and the artificial quickly and Scott's got sunshades that could pop up hopefully Um, you'll be able to start really answering some of these very basic questions about the beginning of the universe. So exciting, so exciting.

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"panama" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:12 min | 9 months ago

"panama" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Panama, the United States, India Anybody been to Fort Worth very nice place, You can go see a basketball game. You can go see a baseball game. These agencies will find women in all of these places who will serve as the surrogate for your child, and depending on which country you choose and whether or not you provide the donor eggs or they do, or a million other factors. The costs will vary. We offer very competitive prices. For example, $36,000 complete start to finish in Mexico, 38,000 in Thailand, 65,000 to 235,000. It could be that much that's excluding the donor, of course, but we have a good selection of donors, including, uh, Jewish donors as well. Yeah, we have session with the lawyers. You have session with the families. You have such families with. Doctors telling him here went to two of these conferences successive years and Coming back from the second one. We take a calculator and you start to think how we can make it breathing money. Money money? Yeah, they figure if they go with a company that does surrogacy in the U. S. It's probably going to cost $150,000 or is that lawyers and lawyers the hospital spur delivery, the egg donor? Uh, there is a lot of people that we need to pay. And he says, Keep in mind when you pay that money. You are not guaranteed a baby. You'll buy a process. Yeah, we don't buy a baby. One of our friends did this kind of process and they spend five times and they still didn't succeed Five times. Yeah, they figured with that kind of risk. Doing it in the U. S was just too expensive. And so they started looking at surrogacy agencies which operate in India and Nepal. Because over there, you can do the same thing. And it will cost you about $60,000. It's almost half price. Almost a half price. Yeah, now. One of the tricky things according to how high is that in 2013, India basically outlawed surrogacy for gay couples. I mean, if you're straight couple, you can do surrogacy in India, but not if you're gay. Also in a pilot by the way, Nepal also outlawed surrogacy. Effectively, the Cabinet said. If you are a Nepali woman, you cannot be a surrogate period. But there's sort of a loophole. Indian women.

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Doc Washburn Explains How Hydroxychloroquine Saved His Son's Life

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 10 months ago

Doc Washburn Explains How Hydroxychloroquine Saved His Son's Life

"So a couple of weeks ago. I was in a group text with One of my sons and some of my friends. And it was like on a Wednesday a couple weeks ago and my son and he said, uh I'll pray for me. I got the covid and been able to eat solid food since Friday and like Whoa, wait, wait. We What? And so I call our family doctor down in Panama City, Florida and spoken to him. In several years. And was able to get a prescription for a Hydroxychloroquine and I ivermectin and the doctor through in a steroid. To help with the work faster. And the pharmacy. Slow walked it. They made Andy wait. 24 hours. To get the prescriptions. Which the doctor thought was very unusual since Hydroxychloroquine he told me is the most Prescribed drug in America right now, which came to the shock. I didn't realize that but because some states it's easy to get it. Sometimes it's hard to get it. I live in a state where it's hard to get in Arkansas. But anyway By the time And he got the prescription. He was Yeah. Gasping for air. Having a very hard time breathing. My wife was crying. I'm sure Andy's mom and stepfather were very, very concerned. Also. But eventually over time. The Hydroxychloroquine. The IRA met and worked. His appetite came back. He's fine. Now he's back at work. But I'm just so thankful because I believe that hydroxychloroquine and the Avermaet and saved my son's life. I was concerned. That we might have lost him.

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'Jaws' Expert Valerie Taylor Tells What It's Like to Get Bitten by a Shark

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

03:02 min | 10 months ago

'Jaws' Expert Valerie Taylor Tells What It's Like to Get Bitten by a Shark

"A debate brewing over sharks Should shark bites be called attacks or just encounters as beachgoers. Witness survivors getting rushed to the hospital viral video posted just this weekend showing a hammerhead shark in Panama City Beach getting a little too close to swimmers. Some wildlife experts are pushing to rebrand interactions with the ocean's apex predator, calling them bites, negative encounters or incidents instead of attacks. I would say any time we're painting any wildlife as interested in harming humans. We're reducing people's positive feelings about them. People's desire to see them conserved and protected and increasing the likelihood that people see them as Villains or antagonists. For years. They've been the bad guys in movies like Jaws. We're gonna need a bigger coach and the Meg about a massive megalodon shark. But experts say in reality shark bites are rare and that using language like attack gives a false impression of intent. Page winter who was bitten by a shark in 2019, losing part of her leg. Told all Robin Roberts she didn't see her encounter as the Sharks fault. This situation has urged me to learn more about sharks. I didn't do something directly to the shark, but I was in his water. You know, That's his house. But Dave Pearson, who survived a shark attack in Australia and now runs a support group called Bite Club says avoiding the word attack downplays the very real danger. We can't keep sanitizing things to the point where we It feels like when you're the person involved. It feels like someone's dismissing your experience and dismissing your troller is something that's insignificant. You need to be aware that there is an element of danger out there and we call them Apex predators for a reason. And predators bite things. Even Stephen Colbert weighing in on the debate. I'm sorry, ma'am, a shark interacted with your husband's torso. He's experiencing a not being alive. Incident. Whatever they're called. Officials are taking these encounters seriously in Cape Cod, where at least 50 confirmed great white shark sightings have been reported this past month on the APP, shark tive, itty. Researchers deployed acoustic receivers to track great whites to keep people safe. It's a really valuable way to find out more about the movement of great white sharks. That's important information for the public to know when they are going to the beach. You know where they might be more likely to encounter a white shark. When you're at the beach. Look for signs of sharks. If there are seals in the water. There might be sharks nearby, because they eat seals. If there are birds flying in the air, that means they're looking for fish that sharks are also probably looking for. So if you do go swimming, try to go in pairs in groups Just be smart. Generally and also remember that unprovoked shark bites are exceedingly rare. There were fewer than 100 globally just last year at CBC's will review coming

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Powerful Magnitude-6.8 Quake Shakes Panama and Costa Rica

NPR News Now

00:16 sec | 10 months ago

Powerful Magnitude-6.8 Quake Shakes Panama and Costa Rica

"Powerful magnitude. Six point eight earthquake has shaken. Panama and costa rica epicenter was relatively far from the largest population centres though there. No immediate reports of damage. Us geological survey says the quake was centered off pacific coast of panama. And costa rica's shared

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"panama" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe

Wild Yoga Tribe

02:21 min | 11 months ago

"panama" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe

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"panama" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe

Wild Yoga Tribe

03:31 min | 11 months ago

"panama" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe

"Do it. I can do it any time. Yeah but normally just before a reportedly all waking up okay and is it more of a reflective meditation or is it more just repeating those words and feeling kind of a warmth to our aglow or something. What would you describe it as dubbed the scene like you are repeating the and so then they just repeating. He's working for you. Know like you need to be an kind estate. Like to match on something just repeating. You can do anything. You can be driving simple mention and do just repeating. This is working. I of with you because with repetition of any affirmation or of any phrase whatsoever were helping our neural pathways to solidify that kind of narrative that story because if we tell ourselves over and over and over and over again i'm stupid. I'm stupid i'm useless. You know which unfortunately can be people's mental habits if we can replace a negative thought pattern with a positive one like opponent porno the fifth. I'm sorry please. Forgive me. Thank you and i love. You is just such a powerful replacement to sometimes that self denigration i-imagine nutty in connecticut. Paula jones repeat in. This war can change. You can send your mind. Well i definitely am going to look into that more and give it a try because it sounds like a beautiful meditation that you can do anywhere. I love that you can be walking or at the grocery store or at the line at the post office than by repeating these phrases. You're probably cultivating more patients. More compassion and and just kind of creating a sense of stillness. No matter where you are in your day okay. Well feliciano i would love to talk a little bit about panama since you're from panama. And there's actually only fifteen registered yoga teachers in the country of panama I would love to hear more about what yoga in panama is. Like is popular. Do a lot of people practice. It are there. There are a lot of retreats. They're just little hearing more about yoga in panama. I i would love to talk about.

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CEO/Co-Founder of Anywhere.com, Zach Smith, Discusses His Business' Mission

Entrepreneur Stories for Inspiration: Millionaire Interviews

02:20 min | 11 months ago

CEO/Co-Founder of Anywhere.com, Zach Smith, Discusses His Business' Mission

"So i'm zac. Smith and anywhere dot com is my business and a professional pursuit. I've been at for many years. I'm currently living in los angeles. And how old are you. I'm thirty seven years old. And so what is anywhere dot com. We try to make it easier for people to explore really fun. Places generally thought to be more complicated places. Costa rica peru ecuador. and what have you. Yeah our goal is just to make it easier for families and couples to go explore the world and your website. Anywhere dot com. So i mean that sounds like a pretty generic name so it must have been connected by the domain. Yeah it was an investment in our brand. We really needed to centralize who we are. And what we do in the past. We were really focusing. On one market not was costa rica and as we steadily expanded into other markets such as anywhere panama anywhere peru etc were just juggling multiple domains and so bringing all of that content and our brand into one unified website just became a long term investment in our real vision for what we want to do and accomplish and so new people will work in your company and revenues from last year. We have around fifty people that contribute daily to the business. Some of them are contractors or partners. A number of employees but actually in the united states we only have three employees are revenue was just north of ten million last year. So i guess you're thirty seven years old and it sounds like pretty cool job that you have here. I guess you're trying to make people have a better vacation. Is that the idea. Yeah really the world. We live in right now. We believe that experiences are kind of social currency of today so that means going to new exciting destinations and travel in general becomes a big heart that our goal is to assure that the experiences go flawlessly. Take away a lot of the headaches. Disappointments that can happen so people spend a lot of time anticipating a trip but really the only have seven or ten days when they're actually there and if there's even one thing that goes wrong or a couple of things go wrong it can really sour the entire experience so we're accountable to that and we do a planning process that ensures that there's no regrets

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"panama" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

04:18 min | 11 months ago

"panama" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"That. I think it was like the bugs to write like these contestants. They look misty especially. I noticed in one scene brutal. I think it's also because she's pale that you could just notice the amount of just like red bombs mom over her arms did seem like the bugs. Were an especially bad probably. It was only early in the season. But i mean you see people just constantly like scratching themselves. That's interesting. I feel like that in survivor. Pearl islands That's that's an issue to that. I don't recall that being like a major. Although i had a long shirt so maybe not for me but i if i remember like amber also like Got a pretty Eaten up by some of the so. Maybe it's the appeal of panama for survivor is that it's like a three hours from miami. I think it's kinda like it's easy to get there. But ultimately said never ends up going back to panama after this so while bruce is over at exile island. We're going to see misty and sally a little bit. Tried to work on. Nick austin ultimately trying to get some sort of a young persons alliance together. Lindsey doesn't go anywhere. Yeah it goes nowhere. I find it really. Funny that during this sequence misdee- says i didn't come out here to sit on my rump. Thinking the moment of sally being like yeah. I'm just your buddy. I'm your pal way. Okay just you are. The misty stan on the panel. Tell us without looking. What misty's occupation i mean. She's not a masseuse. Even though we know that she's using i feel like a sheen issue not like the mattress type or something engineer missile engineer. Oh my goodness. I'm surprised that her a dance. Way go did not hit it off. And just he didn't tell you. did she. Not tell people that she was a missile engineer. Because i feel that the point that she says she's a missile engineer. He takes her inside. He's like yeah projectiles. I i feel like i start with that if i'm a missile engineer. Hi my name's misty on the missile engineering. That's the first thing coming out of my mouth so you think that's that's disciplined see so many layers to misty. We missed out. She has a degree in electrical engineering from southern methodist university. This is interesting. I wonder where she is nowadays. It love to hear from misty. Very interesting to to hear what she's up to. So she also lectured at motivational engineering seminars. Oh wow earned matt cross section there. So we'll see. She loved to give speeches to be so. We have a very physical challenges. Here i feel like from the survivor in the double digit lindsay. We see like palau. Really got the ball rolling with a very physical challenges wrestling I think this is one of the more physical challenges in this season and this might be a first of basically dig four like the what would you call this like a sack of potatoes and then for the bag and then russell yeah no this one is absolutely iconic so many great moments here but obviously the highlight is right at the end with bob grabbing rumor back number shirt falling over to that absolutely incredible like you see her sprinting. And he's got an conic. It's she's like he. Just you know i am. I in this match misspell maria. So good no the physical ones in this is i mean this is not the same challenge. That heroes villains. They had like a million injuries..

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Rep. Kevin McCarthy Explains That Passing Legislation Isn't Always the Best Thing

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 11 months ago

Rep. Kevin McCarthy Explains That Passing Legislation Isn't Always the Best Thing

"You're in the Senate. You watch this stuff going back and forth. I told you maybe many years ago that a dear friend of mine and a mentor Mind Senator Paul Laxalt on Nevada, Ronald Reagan's Putty. When I was a young man, I visited the Senate. I didn't know Senator Laxalt. He was nice enough to meet me. I mean, I was from Pennsylvania, not Nevada. But I was agreeing with the president or president. To be on the Panama Canal. And I wanted to meet Paul Laxalt because he was taking the lead on this and I sat with him. My father and I did and you must have given us 40 minutes. One of the things he said to me, Mike was every day This body meets, We lose a little bit of our liberty. That is stuck with me for 43 years. It's true, isn't it? Absolutely absolutely true. And it becomes more true mark every single day that passes when we as Americans are asked By the mainstream news media by the entertainment Industry and also by our academic establishment in America work as to accept this deeply flawed assumption. Passing legislation is in the abstract, a good thing, but it's an unmedicated. Good to pass things. We forget the fact that you know, passing something isn't always the right thing. And in fact, Lot of that time. It's just adding to the complexity of the law, which operates as a sort of subsidy. For the already wealthy and well connected. It's actually an impairment to liberty, and that's why the founding fathers made it very difficult to pass federal legislation and limited that further. By limiting the subject matter of what we could even legislate on. That's why I get very frustrated with people saying, Oh, the problem with Washington is that nothing can get done nothing to get past because of the spread lock. Mark. You don't get to be $28 Trillion in debt without a whole lot of

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Queen's granddaughter Princess Beatrice expecting a baby

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Queen's granddaughter Princess Beatrice expecting a baby

"Buckingham Palace says princess Beatrice is expecting a baby the palace has a thirty two year old granddaughter Queen Elizabeth the second on her husband Edward to my palate mostly are due to have their first child in the autumn the palace as both families are delighted with the news retrieves the elder daughter of prince Andrew and his ex wife Sarah Ferguson married property developer at my Panama City in July twenty twenty at a small ceremony constrained by coronavirus restrictions she is ninth in the line to the British throne there is shockingly London

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Lost Women of Panama: Lisanne Froon and Kris Kremers

Unexplained Mysteries

02:14 min | 1 year ago

Lost Women of Panama: Lisanne Froon and Kris Kremers

"In two thousand fourteen twenty one year old chris kramer's and twenty two year old niece and froun leave in amersfoort netherlands. Shortly after graduating from university. The friends became roommates and co workers. They work together at a nearby cafe as they saved money to go in their dream trip a six week adventure in panama tall and athletic leeson was an experienced mountaineer an amateur photographer. She was interested in exploring panama's lush jungles and beautiful landscapes. More outgoing than li san. Chris apparently wanted to immerse herself in the local culture by meeting new and interesting people half a world away in addition to relaxing and exploring. Both young women planned to do some good during their trip. They arranged a volunteer with children at a local school during their stay on march fifteenth. Two thousand fourteen lee san and chris had bought their tickets booked their hostels and set off or boca. Del toro panama getting to their destination wasn't easy between flights and layovers their journey from amsterdam to costa rica took almost twenty hours from costa rica. They took a taxi and navigated the local bus system to get to the panamanian border. Finally they hopped aboard a ferry and sailed into boca. Del toro on march seventeenth. Though their journey was a hassle. The first two weeks of their trip felt like heaven. Boca's del toro's sat on a small island off panama's east coast surrounded by the crystal blue caribbean sea. It was paradise complete with sun sand and good company. Both lee san and. Chris kept diaries during their trip. Which is how we know about how they spent much of their time. Rather than following strict schedules the two women lingered at meals with fellow tourists and enjoyed the flow of panamanian life. Lee san wrote that they mostly spent their days learning spanish. Though it was difficult lease and felt thrilled every time she recognized a word in conversation.

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SpaceX Crew-1 Mission Splashes Down With Four Astronauts

Overnights

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

SpaceX Crew-1 Mission Splashes Down With Four Astronauts

"Astronauts have returned safely to Earth from the international space Station after almost six months on the orbiting outpost, the space X crew Dragon spacecraft named resilience And it just before three A.m. local time off the coast of Panama City in the U. S State of Florida. The last NASA crew to land back on Earth at night time was Apollo eight, the first manned mission to the moon, which returned in December of 1968. Commander Mike Hopkins says it's an incredible achievement. We said it before the commission and I'm gonna say it again here afterwards. It's amazing what can be accomplished when when people come together. Finally, I'd just like to say quite frankly, you all a change in the world. Congratulations. It's great to be back.

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Four Crew Dragon astronauts head home from space station

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Four Crew Dragon astronauts head home from space station

"The spacex capsule carrying four astronauts has deported the international space station and is aiming for a rare nighttime splashdown. The dragon capsule undocked from the station. Saturday night spacex is targeting a landing around three. Am sunday the gulf of mexico. Off the coast of panama city florida. It will be the first splashdown in darkness since apollo eight crew returned from the moon in one thousand nine hundred

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What's the Latest With Princess Cruises

CruiseTipsTV Unplugged - Cruise Tips and More

01:49 min | 1 year ago

What's the Latest With Princess Cruises

"Princess has recently announced that they're twenty twenty. Two japan itineraries are on sale. Which are going to be pretty incredible. They've also announced recently that they're twenty twenty two and twenty twenty three and arctic cruise aren't sale but it is important to note that princess really does sale around the globe. They're very well known for their alaska mexican riviera europe and caribbean itineraries. But princess cruises. You guys to so many other places in addition to the ones. I've just mentioned they also crews in australia new zealand of course california and the pacific coast canada new england europe hawaii. We already talked about japan. The mexican riviera they cruise through the panama canal. South america and an article to heat in the south pacific and they also do world cruises. So there's a lot of different choices that you have. When you're thinking about a cruise of princess. They really are global cruise lines. They're not so much about their new itineraries right now as they are there new ships. And we're going to talk a little bit about that in a wee bit here. But i i want to kind of talk about princess in the news in case you've missed some of their most recent updates really the most recent update and this is actually from april. Twenty second is that princess is actually making its return to sailing over in the uk. Regal princess in under one hundred days is going to be sailing from southampton for some summer seek haitians. these are only going to be for uk guests. And it's pretty exciting stuff for those of you. Who live over in the uk. I bet you are thrilled. Bet your booking. I bet you're ready to get on regal princess and check it out and report back to all of us in the us and canada and the rest of the world and let us know how it

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All slingshot rides in Florida closed after teens get stuck on one in Kissimmee

Glenn Beck

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

All slingshot rides in Florida closed after teens get stuck on one in Kissimmee

"Rides in Florida have closed after one went wrong. The state took the action after two teen girls had to be rescued from one in Kissimmee. State officials say there are four slingshots in the state. The other three being in Orlando, Daytona Beach and Panama City Beach. The girl spent two hours suspended 30 FT in the air Thursday night before being held down

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Egypt races to dislodge giant vessel blocking Suez Canal

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Egypt races to dislodge giant vessel blocking Suez Canal

"Egypt is racing to dislodge a giant vessel blocking the strategically vital Suez Canal boats and a specialized suction dredge up working to dislodge the giant containership this means stuck sideways in Egypt's Suez Canal for the past three days blocking a crucial waterway for global shipping the ever given a Panama flag ship the Paris Congo between Asia and Europe when the ground in a single lane stretch of the canal nearly four miles north of the southern entrance near the city of service the backlog of vessels could stress European pools and the international supply of containers I'm Charles at dinner this month

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Shipping losses mount from cargo vessel stuck in Suez Canal

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Shipping losses mount from cargo vessel stuck in Suez Canal

"That's enough to desolate stocking up unable to pass through Egypt's Suez Canal as a giant cargo ship remains stuck in the vital waterway judges tug boats and even about K. failed to free the gigantic cargo ship at the given which ran aground in the narrow man made canal the ships waiting to pause have now reached a hundred and fifty as losses to global shipping mounted even with the aid of high tides authorities have been unable to push the Panama flagged container vessel aside and then looking for new ideas to free it in a sign of the turmoil the blockages cools the ship's Japanese and I even offered a written apology says expert dollars Jensen says the ramifications of the pockets are huge so the longer this lasts the higher the risk that we're going to see massive congestion problems in the European ports say a week to two weeks from now I'm Karen Thomas

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"panama" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"panama" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Off the coast of Panama are dead and two people aboard the ship of tested positive for the corona virus the Holland America line says in a post on its Facebook page that more than a hundred thirty people aboard Zambia M. had reported flu like symptoms the company confirms that for older guessed passed away on those in them the ship is receiving medical supplies and medical personnel from another Holland America ship the Rotterdam and the company will begin transferring healthy passengers to that chip president trump is traveling to North Fork Virginia today the CV United States navy ship comfort hospital as it sets sail for New York City asked at the daily coronavirus task force briefing if there was absolute if it was absolutely necessary given that older Americans are advised to stay at home and avoid travel when the president responded this way I have spared for the country I mean we have sailors we have doctors on that ship we have everything I mean I'm not going to be jumping around in a huddle but I yeah I think it's a great sign the president of the United States they got a ship out of maintenance completed all the work in a fraction of the time you know supposed to be there for three and a half additional weeks and they got it done and it's in great shape and they're sending it up so the answers are good questions a fair question I just feel that as the leader of our country when they can do work like they've done and they've been working all day all night medical supplies everything loading up that ship and that ship will not be used to treat people diagnosed with covert nineteen instead it will relieve the burden on city hospitals by taking in patients requiring surgeries and other critical care overseas the more high profile coronavirus infections in Britain ABC's James Longman reports from London run of arses struck at the heart of the British government prime minister Boris Johnson testing positive I developed a model symptoms all of the coronavirus Johnson took questions in parliament just two days ago sitting behind him the health secretary who has also announced he's called the illness but prince Charles another high profile coronavirus case even self isolation at home in school and with his wife Camilla in the event that Johnson is unable to fulfill all his duties as prime minister Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab would be expected to stand in his place rob previously served as brexit secretary under the government led by Theresa may the United Nations says eighty six of its staff members around the world have tested positive for coronavirus here's CBS's Cammy McCormick are you an spokesman says the affected staff members are based around the world from Africa to the Middle East and here in the U. S. the U. N. is urging most of its workers to stay home now at the U. N. headquarters in New York a normal day would see staffers passes swipe eleven thousand times Friday that number was one hundred forty in Geneva the number of staff at the U. N. offices dropped from around four thousand people on a regular day to just about seventy on Thursday in Vienna more than ninety percent of you and staff are now working remotely and in Addis Ababa Ethiopia ninety nine percent of staff are working from home we have one common.

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"panama" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"panama" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"I've been a futurist for fifteen years and the years before that I was a foreign correspondent. So I worked at the Wall Street Journal in it Newsweek, and here's what I would have to say, you know, there are plenty of cases like the Panama papers where there's been widespread collaboration journalists working for the public interests and and much like the Pentagon papers releasing information, you know, in two to shine the light on on corruption. I think we need some kind of you know, Assange makes it sat and WikiLeaks. Make it sound like this is all open and through that openness and freedom comes Justice, but it's not entirely open. They're still an arbiter. And you know, what I mean? So it's. Arbiter who's who's coopted by other governments in his own ways. I mean Chelsea Manning. Her sentence was what did Obama do? Didn't he commuted it? Right. He didn't pardon her. He commuted her sentence. Right. He said you served enough time we're going to let you out clearly people were very angry WikiLeaks for releasing that. But I think it I think it's very analogous to the Panama papers of the Panama. Pentagon papers these were government leaks, but they were of information that was in the public interest and also timing. So while. There were certainly revelations about lives that were put in danger lives that were lost. Once that information was dunked. However, the there were instances of new people whose lives were put in say, you know, endanger again, this these are the kinds of things that journalists or team of journalists working together would though Snowden did it responsibly. Right. Took the material and gave it to a number of reputable publications and said, you need to this and you need to put out an appropriate way because I'm not capable of doing that Assange did the opposite. In fact, I think what you're thinking about. That was really troubles..

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