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Update on the latest sports
"AP sports I'm Josh Rowntree a big showdown of the NBA's Eastern Conference Monday as Miami top Chicago one twelve ninety nine Tyler hero with twenty points and six boards off the bench for the heat now forty one and twenty one on the year also in the east Milwaukee scored forty four second quarter points in a one thirty one oh six win over the Hornets Yanis answer to Kubo twenty six points and sixteen boards out west Memphis got by the spurs one eighteen one oh five John Moran pulled in a Grizzlies record fifty two points Minnesota Orlando Toronto in Sacramento also one in the NBA Monday in college basketball top twenty five matchup in Austin went to third ranked Baylor as they toppled twenty first ranked Texas sixty eight sixty one in the NHL Toronto got by Washington five three behind thirty saves from goalie Petr Mrazek and baseball's ninety day labor standoff continued Monday as locked out players in Major League Baseball met throughout the day and early into Tuesday morning in an attempt to come to an agreement to save opening day I'm Josh Rowntree AP sports
"petr" Discussed on KFC Radio
"You know. I also edited to the next part is saying anything mumble. I'll give me was good. It was it was better than i thought it was going to. I told you like a whole rat. One birth. what still admit you're kinda brats. I can back in the beat was. Did you hear the lyrics though we go in. It's a party all played meet. Just like mario blue valujet go. You said just like mardi gras yes already grab whatever. Petr notice to made sense. Play me just like mardi gras. No it wouldn't have made sense. Your your jackie. But i expected you to not make sense. I my lyrics and if you want to do your own ralliers and you could do that but you have. You are just brimming with self confidence and it's unbelievable king. I people who would just have self. Confidence are such a breath of fresh air especially in this gang. So keep doing you jackie. I'm not gonna tell you down girl. Because i at this point i am. You know what would happen to john this weekend. I once again for the first time in a long time had been torn down by sports again. Okay so yes. I've heard of this and i. I saw a little video. Maybe you tanker you wanna bet.
"petr" Discussed on Camp Hell: Anneewakee
"On october fifth nineteen eighty-six lewis petr had finally surrendered to the authorities. Sheriff earl lee along with help from the georgia bureau of investigations were now entrenched in a full blown investigation of the operation. Jim parham now. Taking over patterns role as head of the board of directors issued a statement to the press. If anybody's committed acts of wrongdoing. I have noticed are who Anyway protect them from whatever. The law provides pedder was charged with three counts of sodomy one count of cruelty to children and one count of simple battery. These charges would grow as the investigation would broaden with petr now in police custody. They had to make sure he would stay in douglas county before his trial. Frank win says that in order to do this they used the only tool they had his bond headers bond was set to an unheard of amount at the time of one million dollars by many sources. This was considered to be an impossible bond and one that was not meant to be paid when we arrested. Lewis petr him being in charge of a the biggest emotional care hospital in the state of georgia. If not the southeast it was certainly a major deal. And so he's also had enough prestige. And i say that tongue in cheek but certainly enough influence and enough presence in the community and in the state that that's a big deal to arrest somebody like that especially for the type of charges that we were arrested him for and i don't recall what all judge james may have said that any bond hearing we had and i don't recall exactly how the megan dollar amount came about but it sort of was a compromise between the idea that we that somebody's been arrested. That is well known and possibly well respected and at the same time. We thought he was a horrible person and horrible charges and so the bind at that time would have been ten times larger than probably any bind i'd ever dealt with I think the largest bind i had dealt with before that was one hundred thousand dollar bond that had been granted in a case so the million dollar bond woo was way out of the ordinary but we felt like at the time. It gave us some assurance that he wasn't going anywhere nearly five weeks after pedder had been taken into custody. A group of friends and supporters had managed to pull together the one million dollars to have him released. Two hundred thousand dollars of this money was taken from an wiki estates many of the other payments from members of anna leakey's board what had been thought to be an impossible bond had been reached patter was released from the douglas county jail on november seventh nineteen eighty six petr expressed his thanks to the friends of family responsible for his release express my appreciation to the many families and friends that have united together to make an impossible von possible and i appreciate their love and concern and may god bless each one time charges. Not yeah the chargers gonna.
Camp Hell: Anneewakee, A Breeding Ground for Child Abuse
"By the mid nineteen seventies and awake. He had established itself as a successful program. Troubled youth in georgia the center had secured its medical license which allowed the collection of third party payments from insurance companies and was now having patients referred there from the court system as well as other learning centers lewis petr supposedly restricted for making contact with any patients was still keeping his office on campus grounds. Any oversight at the time had slip through the cracks of state government and the roman patients at was growing exponentially. Carl moore was one of these patients. He was admitted in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy seven. After seeing the result of his brothers reform their carl's family had a particular connection to enter wakey. his mother was involved in number of schools in atlanta. That would often refer children to the program in douglasville anyway keys. Reputation had put the program at the top of the list for educators to send children who were beyond the scope of their help. Here's chris mcknight a former patient who was referred to an wakey from the new school. A program headed by carl's mother tweety more. My father pulled me out of the school. I was going to editor mea the tweety more school the new school i was there for a couple months and at the new school. I met a couple people that i was at anna wakey with that were at her school. Post and wakey so as it turns out tweety more recommended analytic. It's not just me but to a lot of other kids. My feelings with tweety is. I don't think she knew about the abuse. Sedano achey i've known tweety. Since i was a little kid i mean she's she's passing our soul a number of former patients. I've interviewed said they were referred to in a wakey from other schools in similar ways where did spread throughout learning centers in georgia and neighboring states. That anna wakey was a solution for troubled kids who didn't have a place elsewhere. Now that anna wakey was officially licensed medical hospital. It was also receiving patients who were wards of the state of georgia and other neighboring states like alabama. This all amounted to a large increase in the number of patients. Enrolling anna wakey was running out of room.
Black Lives Matter nominated for Nobel peace prize
"All right. I was I mentioned that. There's the black lives matter has been nominated for a nobel peace prize They've for the for the twenty twenty one nobel peace prize. They lauded the movements fight against racial injustice but a a nobel peace prize. You would think would be given to a group whose peaceful Seems like some of the black lives matter events. I mean the next peaceful. The next thing you're going. Want ya mr throwback yeah is only females and females sports. Yes that is. You're exactly right. Look at all that peace. Look i mean that's peaceful right. I mean mostly peaceful. You got the guy with the flag running around. That's pretty peaceful despite the burning building behind him. Don't worry about that. Pay no attention to the to the fire in the background. Now petr should. Member of norway's parliament decide the questions of the movements occasions of violence. Studies have shown that most of the demonstrations organized by black lives matter have been peaceful he said so again mostly pieces there have been some riots but and by the way they're also marxists. Let's not forget that trained marxist are trained marxist marxist but that's okay marxist super super peaceful and lawmaker in norway nominated him right for the nobel peace corps he said of course there been incidents but most of them have been caused by the activities of either the police or counter protesters amen to that. My friend thank you for noticing that police. What are they doing even showing up. Why do why do they have any funding these so-called police officers
Vials and tribulations: the EUs vaccine push
"The likes of. America and britain are racing ahead with vaccine programs. Most of the twenty-seven member states of the european union have barely left the starting blocks by last week the you had vaccinated one point four percent of its population. in britain. It was seven percent in america. Five and after that sluggish start the block. Looks like it'll be further hampered by cut to supply astrazeneca and pfizer biontech of both said production problems go preclude them from meeting. The expected numbers the eu says. It will tighten export controls and threatening legal action. The president of the european commission ursula von der lion urged the companies to meet their promises invested billions to help develop the world's first covid nineteen vaccines to create a truly global common. Good and now the companies must deliver. They must honor. The obligations. Astrazeneca has defended its efforts partly blaming the eu for delays in signing the contract the eu for its part hasn't yet approved the astrazeneca vaccine. That's expected to happen on friday a month. Behind britain the european commission had set a goal of inoculating seventy percent of europe's adults by the summer. It's a target that looks increasingly unlikely. I think the best way to describe how europe is progressing with the fact. Saination program is radically sophie. Petr is our paris bureau chief. Each european country has delegated all the buying the distribution of vaccines and the authorization for them to european authorities which means that each country ought to be at the same point. But if you actually look at what's happening on the ground that's not. The case is a very patchy pitcher. Then why is that. When you're dealing with twenty seven different health systems and health is something that is not managed at european level it manage country each of those systems different. They tend to be quite centralized. In some cases you take france be good example or centralized as in germany and each system has its benefits in some cases during the early months of the pandemic last year. It was actually thought to helped. Germany's have such a decentralized system. But now germany's steams be finding it difficult to get out the vaccine like disadvantage so it really is this patchwork of different health systems and different campaigns that i think explains the differences across the continent
"petr" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up
"You're probably tapped here in the United Kingdom with some wiggle room. Obviously, you could always grow here places like India and the United States. Now it's sort of like the old. West. Like people are trying to sort of become America's Club can you speak to that general overall strategy and grow in the brain in United States i? Think it starts with the fact that just being Chelsea. Or from Chelsea, has a world attraction. You know kings of the Kings Road and all that and I think everyone knows about you know the hippies on the kings road and it has a whole allure to it, which you don't get in lots of other places and we build on that and the fact that we've been playing some great football and winning some very important trophies. But. I think to just put a little bit in perspective. I would say ten twelve years ago when we were really getting into developing internationally, we looked at the US and we look at China as in round terms the two big areas and Um we looked at China as as an opportunity where they've got several billion people but they don't have a lot of money so. You know is it GonNa work out and then we looked at America and we said, well, they've got a lot of money but they're already each man anyway in a lot of women are already supporting. Sports teams in four different sports. So you know is that a good opportunity and I think we're wrong on both scores that you know we we found that Americans. Who View is the biggest sports fans in the world do have room to add another sport to their repertoire and the Chinese who we thought didn't have any money will over the last ten years they've had. You know they've made a lot of money. So those where we didn't quite. Sure where we're going twelve years ago we now know that you know those areas, the center of the universe in terms of expanding our our fan base, and by that, I don't mean to be negative about other areas. We have a great fan base in you know in Indonesia and we have a great fan base in Malaysia. So there are lots of places where we can go and I think it's a matter for our marketing people to figure out. Where we go and what we do when we get there some of them are in the room with us and they very much feel the responsibility. Under the table we're looking at them. I wanted to ask you just sort of based off of your life experience because you mentioned sort of Americans, potentially having the bandwidth, not only to find another team but another team in another country even when I was growing up, I didn't really think that I'd ever really be interested in sport from another country. It's happening over there. How can you have an emotional attachment to it? How surprise you having? Grown up in the states and moved here that now in America League from another country is so popular with a lot older than you and when I was when I was in high school I am not sure I'd even heard the word soccer..
"petr" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up
"But of course, it wasn't in London. and. He met with Chelsea and with his advisors. A deal was done in two or three days. July one, two, thousand and three probably changed. English. Football forever. Let's discuss some of the ways that it changed English football forever I imagine some of what we see now with Chelsea fifteen years later was in the original plans but when that takeover initially happened, what was the plan? What was the strategy on on what he wanted to do it? Yeah Mr Abramovich. Said three things to the board that. He wanted to build success immediately, which meant significant investment in players then and almost every year since he said, he wanted to build a dynasty a dynasty for the long term. And that meant. Putting together, one of the best academies and the best coaches and. You're seeing net the fruition of. This season and the third was to do a lot for the community in the wider sense community service around the globe and You know all football clubs do it I. Think we probably do a little more than most but that was one of the things he wanted to do. So we do it backtracking just a little bit specifically being put in place as chairman that decision gets made, how how does a formal offer come about? How much did you have to take time and? Reflect on this was something that you actually wanted to do well, about a nanosecond to decide this was something I wanted to do. But at the time I worked for Big New York Law Firm skadden arps and it wasn't the kind of thing that they normally wanted their partners to get involved in. So I did have to do a little bit of lobbying but in terms of the process, Mr? Abramovich asthma if I wanted to do that and before the sentence was over I said yes. I think a lot of our listeners wouldn't necessarily know..
"petr" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up
"And they will not come if you don't save the next bull. So in heart rollercoaster of emotion for everybody on that beach and I have to say full players actually the the fact that they are standing half in line before they take the penalty, it doesn't help. If you ask anyone how we feel the world from half airline and those forty five yards or whatever it is to take the ball and it feels like ages. So they probably have foale damage feels even longer and they have so much time to think about. So you ought to tell you, you are exhausted. You are under pressure because you know how much at stake. And and then probably you start walking in sinking. Okay I. DO my usual Banal the to the right but then you walk in every step you go like always a good idea. Is it a bad idea? Is it good idea? Should they should there they're the keeper is big in this guy and better with every step they are inching closer to a six foot five check stopping machine worrying helmet. What is that ungodly thing? This person is going to steal my soul and that is the thing of legend Sir and then then obviously has to make sure that. That they feel as uncomfortable as they as they can get means that okay in your mind you. Okay. Don move through early don't give clearer an early solution because if you do that obviously they out, they have enough quality to do that. So you need to make sure that you hold your names the same way they do if they do fed laid as cordray majority of the Times. But you know it's it's hard and I have to say if you ask any of the of any of the players in a history, who is the penalty in the final If you ask them if they wanted to do what they did everybody says No. because. They were a under so much pressure that the body just didn't rea-. React the same way and demotion of your cake just becomes completely different. So the Bulb Oser. Where you know do you intend to buy just go somewhere and and this is what happened so is the woman really know for everybody and that's why you see no matter how big an aggregate players are taking the penalty is always a element of this pressure who can who can completely change the distant. Again chills such cool stories from better love talking and see in his face pop up on the Zoom Thrill of a lifetime to close some of you may not know the chairman of Chelsea. Football. Club is an American New York born and bred, and he'll tell you. So Bruce Buck runs the club on a day to day basis we talked to him during our visit to sing for bridge. Last December. It was in one of Chelsea's boardrooms. I was very very intimidated by meeting Mr. Buck, but he turned out to be a great gas we talked to him and how he became involved with the. Club. How much the club has changed since Roman Abramovich took over and his role in Christian Pulisic coming to Chelsea is chairman of Chelsea F C Bruce Buck Israel special treat for listeners of Chelsea miked up where now joined by club. Chairman. Bruce..
"petr" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up
"It was only the small chance that it won't happen again, playing with the helmets is the reason I worry that novels very happy to have the opportunity and and that was as soon as I could come back I. Can and should admire recovery was expected much photo much longer than than if you didn't already have immense respect for petr check him just casually mentioning that parts of his skull were smashed to pieces and then he got back out there and was arguably even dropping the arguably the best keeper in the. World. After that scary injury tells you a lot about this man. Let's talk about the iconic headgear now you made that intimidating you made. That cool with your performance but at first, did you feel a little like this is kind of weird. This is goofy. This is not comfortable on my head at how do I look at do I looked funny. How did that go for you? When you're first trying to break that look in the first the first helmet was actually different shaved than than this one was was coming completely everything and it it looked a bit funny. So. By I couldn't care less for me, the main point was that I could train in Iowa safe to train and and novel safe to make the steps forward in my recovery. And used to play as as a kid so I used to I used to wear the helmet they know would even with Israel in front of my face so for me was not the problem a true that. It felt bid strange when you play the first game and you are the only player who was. The headgear during the. Joining the game and there was so much made the out of it as well. So that I games a bit awkward. Because everybody was day you know that the the media and the and the and the photographs and everybody always taking pictures because it was something completely. Different than that's why he was been awkward but it was only I games before I get used to the fact that okay I'm the only one with the helmet and I can't get less because I was happy to be back on the pitch as Mike mentioned, you go on to have a an immensely successful career. Even after this, we wanted to take you to two thousand, twelve. I imagine it comes up in conversation a lot the two week period you have this incredible save in the FA Cup final against Liverpool that Chelsea rated as as the best ever, and then of course, in that champions. League final coming up with those penalty saves what are the moments that stick out for you for from that run not just for you but the side is well, it was a strange season I have to say we be done with under every large buoyant being done very good preseason everything was going well and nothing really indicated that the season starts in everything will start going wrong white because we were very hard work worry while and the atmosphere into in the training ron was very positive because we were thinking like, okay. This is going the right direction and s the season started said lay things..
"petr" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up
"I don't know whether the destiny a whatever you. You can call it bike. When's he didn't say no? Chelsea was in the final, so it's added with the different dimensioned for me personally, but my only concern was to to win a game to play well to make sure that I have a chance to lift another trophy before retiring, but unfortunately you know the game we played the Chelsea was was? was better, and we ended up on the losing side, which hurts because I wanted to finish it. That's in my hands, Chris. This is very difficult for me. Because I'm just predisposed to Taunton Arsenal player by mentioning that Chelsea are the only team in London, the only team in London the only team in London with European Cup and he was mentioning decimals. It's destiny, and he's wearing a Chelsea training jacket right now, but he was a goalkeeper for Arsenal I'm very confused. Can you just ask him a question so I can figure out how I respond sure so so pedder I. Was GonNa ask you obviously in that moment. You're thinking about life after football. How much of you were you thinking about life after football? While you're still playing in? How much is what you're doing now in line with what you had envisioned for yourself? All I have to say that I I was thinking about my life after football since I had a head injury, because in while I had to heading jury. Nobody really knew if I was. Going to be able to come back, and and then there was a moment were I had to stop thinking. What if the whole the recovery process goes? Well, but it will not be good enough and Sedley. We've seen the same a scenario with. Ryan Mason, who who obviously started recovering in down there for an amazing, -ly well in the recovery came back to training, and when the moment he fills them ready to come back. He was told that he conflict. Continue for the for health. Recent so in on it could. Always be could have been the case so at that moment I had to prepare for. The future, so that was always in the back of my mind. Because that that incident droid shows you that you just need one split second, and all Caribbean day, completely different direction so ever since then I will sort of thinking okay, I do I WanNa do the coaching badges early when they again and I stopped doing them where while I was still playing for the national team Belichick if a in the program where we started doing the coaching budgets, and then I started obviously..
"petr" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up
"This feels normal, but now I'd be like. For me like elbows out, and it just would feel so different now so I can't imagine what it's like for the players Right Immedi sports conversation somehow got through it without mentioning every five seconds at Petra, check is joining us and that interview club legend needs really no more introduction. Petr Check Chris Wittingham. My neutral observer, even you have to drop the neutral routine for this interview pedder. Check up next. Every minute of every match download the fifth stand. The official chose the at. Chris I am beside myself right now? Because I guess one of the silver, linings of this pandemic and us, trying to rework or workflow here on Chelsea Mike Dep is that we've turned a teleconference APPS, and so instead of just having a disembodied voice on the phone. I'm staring at a screen right now and petr check is looking right at me and I. AM sweating through my t shirt Chris. It's exciting for me to I. Mean this is this is an all time. Premier League World Legend that we're talking to right. Let's start off with what you're doing now before we wax poetic about the past and get nostalgic about all your tremendous moments I mean. We're talking to a premier. League keeper that had two hundred clean sheets do hundred. That's not going to be broken I don't think that you are in incredible player search, so you are now serving as a technical performance advisor for the club. That sounds really complicated I. don't really know what that means can. Can you tell me why it sounds complicated, but he's not. is not that complicated because as it says that Amar responsible for the full Boola side of the of the club and I'm a performance and technical advisor. So basically I'm working with all the Department of Football and Justice football club and tried to sue seem how things water how we could improve it if anything I can advice to the board or is to anyone to implement and different ways of working and busy as we all know, it includes him for steam. It includes the developments quotes. Players on loan..
"petr" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"The answer on the air so Susan let's take a minute and then head over to California I know we're not allowed to travel anywhere but right it's gonna be a long walk it's going to be a virtual trip along lac six feet apart from each other and we are going to head over to California there's an appellate court case decision dealing with elder abuse you hate to hear about it folks but you know we've we've spent I don't know several shows over the years talking about elder abuse whether it's elder financial abuse or unfortunately sometimes elder physical abuse but in this case it's elder financial abuse what happened well Smith shoes Petr and Smith in Petr our sisters so Smith suse patter for elder abuse during that care and management of the estate of their uncle okay so Petr apparently was the one providing that quality care and management for the uncle and obviously when you're in that position and obviously folks that's a lot of people are in that position today and unfortunately it's a very it's it's admirable to do the care but if you're gonna take care of somebody don't go help yourself to their bank account and and help their set help yourself to their other investment accounts and I'm assuming I don't have all the facts in the case I'm assuming that's that's what took place here okay well Petr said you know what I'm going to file a motion to dismiss the case because Smith you are time barred there's a statute of limitations on elder law abuse of four years you would think in four years if you know about it you bring any actions covered share well if the issue was that in twenty eleven they said you discovered the elder elder abuse that was going on but you waited to sue until twenty seventeen after you discovered existing cooperating evidence from a confidential conservatorship investigation that was done they had a conservatorship involved in they saw some letters yep that were written to really cooperate the elder abuse and that took place in twenty seventeen and then they filed the disk file the action that is beyond four years the lower court granted the dismissal I said you know what yeah you blew it Smith you should have filed sooner so Smith appeals the California appellate court case affirms the lower court and says you know what you blew it Smith mmhm yeah can't wait around wait around wait around hoping to find some additional piece of evidence right to be able to bring the case six years later our I mean my goodness it doesn't even say that he had already passed away in twenty eleven at that point right now this could have just continue to go on a John Baker in Baker exactly and and I think that's the point and they're saying there's got to be a statue limitations here and and to I don't know I assume that that the uncle had died by now so right maybe it wasn't continuing but but at some point they said look if you knew something was going on in twenty eleven can you had information yeah sure came forward during the trial you can try to discover these things like you know who knows when this conservatorship thing happened they didn't discover until twenty seventeen but it might have already happened right in and during the discovery process of any trial you could have maybe discovered this mmhm bring the case bring the action this case they didn't so we'll talk about some tips we can learn from this case yeah you know I posters it's it's hard to figure out which way you should go for a lot of things in for a lot of us our home is our largest asset and that might be what you are most concerned about protecting maybe avoiding probate making sure that it stays in your blood line where you wanted to go there is a right way and a wrong way to accomplish all of these objectives folks in Todd's guide that is written for the month of March it's his guide to the different types of real estate ownership it details all of the tax probate and creditor implications of all the different types of ways that you.
Rain Brings New Worries To Burned Areas In Australia
"Rain in the forecast for the east coast of Australia. And that's good news for firefighters still fighting blazes near some of the country's largest cities but ran after after fires can also create problems can even be dangerous and Beers Rebecca Hersher. Has This report when I called pattern. I'm in this week. He was in Melbourne walking outside. And I could hear the wind through the phone for smokey. We are expecting thunderstorms says a lot. More Humid Nyman is a forest hydrologist. He studies is how drought and wildfires can affect drinking water supplies and while the rain in the Australian forecast is a good thing. The thunderstorms worry. Him Is this a lot of Raines. Spread out over six months. That's a good outcome if there are short. Intense bursts of rainfall made through thunderstorms. Those are the ones that are problematic. Nick problematic because thunderstorms are more likely to drop a lot of rain in a short amount of time and areas. That burned can't absorb a lot of water for a couple of reasons. I wildfire removes vegetation which means that. The rainfall hits the soil directly. Second the vile fire heats the soil which causes something called water-repellent exellency or hydrophobia city. Which means that doesn't absorb into the soil so most of the rain becomes surface runoff. That runoff can sweep the soil and ash downhill hill and into streams and lakes. If a lot of sediment gets into reservoirs. The water gets really cloudy. And it can't be sterilized which means people can't drink it right now. The biggest drinking water concerns or for the areas around Canberra and Sydney water officials of setup filters at the reservoir that provides Sydney with the majority of its water to trap sediment and intense rain after fires can also be dangerous. A prime example. I'm and says is what's happened in California in recent years John. McNeil is the assistant. Didn't fire chief for Ventura County California. An area that has a similar landscape to many of the places that are burning in Australia in two thousand thirteen. A wildfire started in the hills there. Yeah it was called. The Springs Fire Wind caused the fire to burn hot and fast removing most of the vegetation and leaving the soil. Hard and Ashi at the base of the burnt hills were about two to three hundred homes. There's a small kind of retirement. Enclave of single family dwellings below the area that burn and year after the fire. There was a rainstorm voluntary. Evacuations tonight in Camarillo for people living near the hillside burn. Last year spring fire. The rain fell on hard soil. There were no plans to hold the dirt in place. Mud and rocks came loose and sped downhill the high impact areas it just completely leveled leveled the homes there would be some walls standing and then it was just completely sheared off from the debris and pretty sizeable rocks. That were coming down. Luckily people had evacuated evacuated in time. No one was killed. The risk of debris flows is rising in parts of California and Australia because of climate change and because of housing development relevant patterns. Hotter weather is drying out plants and soil exacerbating drought in making intense wildfires. More likely people are also building homes and and wildfire prone areas and as the earth gets hotter extreme. Rain is getting more common in Australia. The forest hydrologist Petr Nyman has found that debris flows are already getting more frequent and severe in the southeastern part of the country. That's where this year's fires are burning. The rainfall over the next six six months is going to be critical if there's a storm than they might be really widespread issues across the whole east coast of Australia. All of this requires a quick period habit for emergency officials from fighting the fires to protecting homes and water supplies from the quenching rains. Rebecca Hersher N._p._R. News.
"petr" Discussed on KCRW
"Of nails Petr mall there it's called strange bright crime the artist you heard a moment ago that was keep Bollinger she's a student at university of Virginia in Charlottesville and she's been sending us tracks one by one and she finally put together any P. and this one's from it it's called candy from cable injure keeping a close watch on her for sure she finishes of school certainly more to come from her I think she's quite a song writer Taylor McFerrin in the set now that you need me is also brand new he's going to be the Moroccan lounge September twenty fifth brand new Rafael city the album is called Jimmy Lee it's in honor of his late brother his older brother who struggle with addiction the album as addiction theme to its struggles associated with that and it it's a magnificent show he performed at the el Rey last week and it was pretty great and you know it's been eight years or so since Rafael put on an album and but he he works all through that time co writing producing and working with other artists but when he puts together an album and he he gets serious this is a great album it's called Jamie Lee and we heard this world is drunk Michael Kiwanuka brand new track it's call you ain't the problem from the forthcoming album Q..
Can Aerospace Shrug Off Trade Wars and the MAX?
"The boeing seven three seven max fiasco has dominated headlines as aircraft grounding has affected airlines and production slowdown repsonses supply chain president trump continues to escalate a trade war with china putting u._s. Aerospace exports particularly civil aircraft at potential risk the u._s. government's budget deficit has hit a trillion dollars this year and there are words about a global economic slowdown and yet the aerospace and defense industries so far it has remained surprisingly resilient hitter discuss that are michael bruno aviation week senior business editor and in the moscow our executive editor for defense and space ace michael. Let's start with you because you just wrote an article at painted a radi bullish outlook for the centers for you want to explain yeah <hes> joe and jen good to talk about this. It's it's a very interesting picture to me. Because it seems counter intuitive. There were all of these issues that are iraqi pie in our daily brains the ones you've listed joe everything from the max to trade wars and if you just kind of did a sentiment poll you'd think everyone everyone was thinking the end of the world was near but i read about two analyst reports <hes> over the past several weeks and the analyst reports aren't just this their own musings. They're based on their own interviews with ceos and others from across the industry and it's pretty unanimous. Everybody's still expects growth for this year and next year and his mind boggling that is they've got some really good reason to buy jenn. It's it's hard to argue that the trump administration has not been good for defense spending. What's the environment like now. There's been a budget agreement that takes us to the election in two thousand twenty or are we out of the woods all-clear well. We're better than we might have been a few months ago but we're. I don't think we're out of the woods yet. The there's still a poisonous atmosphere. That's very pervasive in washington. What we have right now is an agreement over the the amount of money that the federal government can spend in twenty twenty an in twenty twenty one. That's a big milestone because it gets us past. Ask the twenty eleven budget control act caps it kind of somewhat settles that issue but still we don't have have any appropriations bills that have been passed yet into law so until that happens. There's always the dark potential attention cloud of a government shutdown of a continuing resolution of more fights to come but in the meantime time until any of those doomsday scenarios actually emerged defense is one of the leading reasons why people are expecting growth for not just this year it next year the budget agreement what it's done is it's provided certainty in what the business sector wants more than anything else is certainty the direction of where business going then they can plan and they can make their investments and changes and cuts or whatever they need to do in order to keep rewarding shareholders percents fake holders and the budget agreement provides the certainty not just for two years. It's a two year budget agreement yes but federal outlays which is the money that actually <unk> gets written by the treasury department that goes to contractors and other people federal outlays tend to lag budget authority by in two years so if you've got a budget agreement that sees you through fiscal twenty twenty one that means you pretty much with the federal outlays are going to be going all the way through twenty twenty three four years from now and i mean you think we're going to have a presidential election. You very well could have a u._s. Recession as well as a world recession recession between now and then and yet the defense sector has got really good clarity into what looks like italy's a modicum of growth over the next two to four years pointing out lawmakers have have agreed on how much money to spend basically. They said we'll just borrow it. All grandkids is pay for it someday but they haven't agreed exactly how to spend it right. I mean the president's already shifted some money from defense to pay for the wall aw that he wants to build a mexico so are are the do you see any potential fights brewing or even none of the government shutdown over how to spend all this money yes i do. That's the short answer. I need. You mentioned the border wall. There is an lingering disagreement with with the trump administration's tactics and making that happen <hes> their their propensity to what is called called reprogram money or transferred between accounts without consulting with congress. Were asking for congress after they've decided to do something lawmakers. I really don't like that so at the same time there's pressure for politicians to come to an agreement because we are getting into an election year so so there is some pressure for them to make a deal to make this so it can go either way and then looking to next year a lot does depend on the <music> outcome of the election and that is really a wild card we don't know but the presidency may be in play the control of the senate and house a lot of that will determine the future puts and takes underneath that top line which programs get funded in which don't although you know within the defense budget you can pretty much say that there will be support for certain areas like hypersonic hypersonic missile defense those kinds of programs. I'd say probably have a strong cancer getting funded regardless of the changing political winds. There's one big dad. Jensen jen and i are both a former congressional reporter recovering congressional reporters and there's an old saying tale about how nothing's agreed to until everything it is agreed to so whether it's a wall or some other unrelated topic something could emerge that pops up and holds up defense in at the end and everybody in washington knows that's a reality. It's a fact of life that won't change. Speaking of something. Emerging blew the commercial side the industry large large jets commercial jets has not seen a downturn since two thousand three. It's even led some people to predict. The industry is now recession proof <hes> what what could come out of the blue that could sort of handicap commercial aerospace or even send a new downturn. Oh wow well. How much time do we have on his podcast. Because the you know the the mind wanders with possibilities and the thing about you know we could list several roll things and one of them is the trade war goes south overnight between china and the u._s. I think that's on the top list arrive on most people's tops of their lists and the reason is is because the chinese market represents about a quarter of the commercial aircraft craft backlog at the two major o._e._m. Owing an airbus and if suddenly that is used as a weapon in an economic war that you don't just replace a quarter in fact there's no one else you gotta start finding martians or somebody on another planet. Who's going to buy some of these aircraft because there's nobody else in the world. Who's who's going to step in and buy the equivalent of what china is expected to buy and so that's a big one. You've got other things however there used to me this rule before we got into this endless cycle that you referred to you know this greatest expansion since two thousand three the old rule in commercial aircraft or craft used to be g._d._p. Was a precursor to air traffic to air passenger traffic volume and when g._d._p. He's fell around the world. You would see within about six to eighteen months lag in air passenger traffic and air passenger traffic is what what would drive orders and so there was a natural succession and if one started falling it was just a matter of time until the next point. A lot of people say things are different now. Look for for all kinds of reasons. They look at other indicators beyond just national g._d._p. Around the world but we haven't tested this yet <hes> <hes> it remains to be seen whether we get another recession whether smaller great whether that's actually true and then there's all kinds of small things that could pop up you could see a major cyber security flaw emerge overnight that could perhaps down the supply chain. Maybe not take it down and whole all but if everybody's getting more and more digital in their operations and suddenly you find there's a flaw. You're not just going to develop new plants overnight and bring in thousands of workers who are going to make things the old fashioned way without computers. That just isn't going to happen so i mean there's all kinds of scenarios that could doom things but i'd say at at the end of the day people are worried about china yeah yeah when you talk about things coming out of the blue i mean the the max grounding certainly came on the bill what he saw that the the only thing that's limited is not that many max have been delivered yet right right and had this happened in three years airlines like southwest might all of a sudden have to avid aircraft it could be disastrous for the industry also it's a max remains a hit. It remains a bit of a theory and hear me out for a moment. It's it's a bit of a theory based on an unproven assumption and what i mean by that is the max is all about meeting the growth in air passenger traffic. That's that's expected over the next several years that is based on middle classes continuing to grow well that theory about middle classes growing and continuing to use discretionary spending to buy commercial airline tickets to travel around the world has yet to be tested by. I am major recession so we are thinking that maxwell continue to go on next year and the year after that boeing and airbus are going to sell major numbers of venero bodies and even a few wi- bodies and everybody's still gonna make a lot of money in the end but this is all the first time any of this has been tested jeb. We're gonna wake you up. Stop talking a model. It's commercials what about defense and you talked about. It depends on the election but hasn't defense spending it also always been driven by the threat yes and no i mean it is driven by the threat but what we've seen really since two thousand thousand one since the nine one one terrorist attacks is is generally record high levels of defense spending so even when you had a downturn in the the obama years and they reigned in defense spending a little bit it wasn't <hes> wasn't pure downturn and so so that's been kinda turned on its head mainly because the threat level has been high regardless of where you go in the world if you're fighting terrorism in the middle east now now you know the national defense strategy is more geared toward near peer competitors like china and russia so <hes> so yes that is true but in a in an era where there are threats everywhere you have to be able to adjust the budget otherwise <hes> someday hey you deficits and debt might catch up with you as a nation okay. It is is pretty scary world out there. I mean your team writes. All the time about china's and russia's carr's efforts in hyper sonics about the vulnerability do a space pearl harbor u._s. Space assets are attacked wiped out a lot of a lot of meat certainly defense a lot of neat yeah i. I think there's one other thing and that's interesting about this gentleman. It could be worth explaining for a moment about how despite despite whatever growth the defense budget is gonna have they still clamor for more and they say they need it because they've got growth needs that petr beyond just inflationary adjustments so they need what three percent a year over inflation just to stay to maintain their operations as they are so one reason. They're always screaming as they're never getting real growth. They're only getting inflationary growth so that's right i. I still think we're on course for a reckoning. I mean if you look at the national debt. It's it's a short matter of time before. We're spending more money on interest interest on the national debt than we are in defense. If interest rates tick up. That's a huge problem. Too is in your spending a lot more so you're either going to raise taxes which congress hasn't done in years or or you've got to find the money somewhere and if you have a u._s. Recession you wound up. You wind up in almost every the u._s. Recession having the government increased benefits to the population to support them through the recession and so that's more money going out the door yet another pressure on the budget the trade war with china are they gonna help out there. You go so michael with you or the question. Things are feeling. I'm pretty good right now. But is it nineteen twenty eight for this industry rian nine hundred twenty eight where everything was roaring before the stock market collapsed in the great depression. Ah yeah you know if i can answer that question. I wouldn't be here. I'd be on wall street playing some big numbers and making even bigger numbers <hes> and that's the problem. Is you know not too fancy too much philosophy talk here but there's there's always been this this known unknown. We know that the good times can't go on forever and you know that things happen and changes come and can the question is when does it happen and nobody right. Now says they really think they see it happening in the next six to eighteen months but just about all of these same people say kind of happen so now the now the best guesses are sometime in the early twenty twenty s. You're going to see a real significant hip dip in commercial aircraft orders and you may even see a rise in the cancellation of commercial aircraft orders so that that would be the testing ground but for the next eighteen months things are looking at were end on that positive upbeat prediction hold you to it. Michael comeback fared in a few
"petr" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
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"petr" Discussed on WGN Radio
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"petr" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
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"petr" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
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"petr" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
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"petr" Discussed on VINTAGE Podcast
"We know that the literature is born of the desire to to create and take part in it. And you never know where. From the next writer is going to come. Hello and welcome back to the vintage podcast with me. Lena gnomes now, faithful listeners of this podcast will know in December. We went to Iceland. We went to learn all about the yellow Baca flawed, which is a is landed tradition all about focusing on books at Christmas time now on that trip. I talked to so many interesting people, and I got such an amazing insight into the Icelandic literary scene that I couldn't resist pulling together. Some of those amazing interviews for you again to show, you more of Iceland, and and more of the rich history. It's literally roots have on offer. So today, we're sitting down with the experts. We talk a history of Iceland. How we find identity in our language the ways that translation can create nuance in what we're trying to express. And the kind of like very unique approach is lenders have two books in the way, they value them input. Particularly in in a way that perhaps we don't in the UK, for example, you might not know. Oh, the annually about eight hundred books are published in Iceland, and that isn't a nation of around three hundred and forty thousand people around the size of Coventry around sixty percent of Icelanders get a book for Christmas and around seventy percent of Icelanders give a book for Christmas. You might recognize some of these voices. If you've listened previous episodes, I went to pubs, I went BAAs, I was even welcomed into the homes to talk about Iceland. It was so lovely. So you might hear some ambience some pub atmosphere some music in the background, and even some cozy kitchen echoes, which is the case with this. First interview with Petr Petr is the publisher at the publishing house in Iceland, be at Veld his publishing house makes its magic in this kind of homely like setup is that's up in what used to be a family houses, a kitchen a living room is really lovely. So we're sitting here talking about publishing the state of books and some really interesting insight into perhaps how? How the Icelandic attachment to book started. What do you think is about? Let is Landik redes- the makes him so keen. Why are they compared to other countries? Do you think is it just been tradition? Staying in. We have always because of us to the soccer nation. Telling stories and have actually soccer's from the middle ages. Had this vision of telling stories inviting stories people have been writing things down in Iceland since the beginning basically order statistically it felt century. And I mean, I mean, you you have. have you have a Farber in votes volley up north who is translating Milton. Purpose. Lost by Milton Indian. Twelve years ago. He was a Bill in darkness. Lake paradise loves six. So we have this. This strong tradition of writing style writing books and trying to to get to the puppies. Then so so we so we got this us up nation of stories or soccer or books. So it it Selim popped off our identity. Then the course in nineteen ninety-five..
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"Which just made him think, you're really a wimp. Oh my God. The live right now. What happened? He. Charging full steam. I have no idea how he stopped. He put on the skids. He skidded into me. And I just. And the guy the guy's yelling came from. He goes, you're better patter. You better patter. He's screaming like, okay. Holy smokes. So I'm thinking that because you say you'd better Petr that this could be an issue like we don't pet. She gone by exactly so, but I know enough to know that you don't just start petting a dog. You gotta let them sniff your hand. I can't be aggressive. So you know, I just kinda got down a little bit. And I'm like, hey. She's turned out to be the most the sweetest dog would leave my side, the whole time just wanted to be pet. But that was a little scary, man. Those little scary. I bet if you're going out, and you got if you have dogs usually the big dogs aren't the ones that give me a problem. It's the little dog. Oh, yeah. Little bite my ankles. Yeah. Little man syndrome. Oh my gosh. There was one time. I remember I was at a house. Had to little little dogs. Think was Chihuahua was like why would like? And. This dog was just being aggressive like really being aggressive with me. The people were like, oh, she's fine. Don't worry about it. I'm like, I don't think she's fine. She's not having this with me in the house. Oh, she'll be fine. Don't worry about her. Just you know, just don't bear. No mine and your you'll be fine. So I'm walking around this dog is just coming out being back. It off a coming out being just will not stop. And I'm like this dog bite me. And sure as heck I look away for a second. I'm looking into a room, and that thing came up and boom break, my ankle Joop blood, and I'm like, oh the dog bit me look like, oh, she's never done that before. You pick up your damn dog people. Takeaway man, could you imagine.