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"posco" Discussed on Zane and Health: Unfiltered

Zane and Health: Unfiltered

03:00 min | 2 months ago

"posco" Discussed on Zane and Health: Unfiltered

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"posco" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

03:06 min | 3 months ago

"posco" Discussed on No Agenda

"Consequences off basically climate disorders. It's time to rush. Buzz in prison. Biden is one person's rights dussen last week. I shared the outlines in my plan to build back better. It's about building this country back better. As europeans we increase our targets for twenty thirty and twenty fifty a few months ago. We need to india and china to be with us wisconsin merckel. We had a discussion with prison sheets. Reset and i think we felt commitments of sheehan climate to work with the us and europe for us to accelerate is target of twenty thirty. Our strongest beliefs are challenged by the rise of forget unknown new world order new daughter that china has to be part of the process of creating it and they have to buy in. They have to own. It really need to bring china into the creation of new World order partnership and cooperation among nations is not a choice. It is the only way. Now is the time to join. Together through constant co-operation and strong institutions and shared sacrifice and global commitment to progress to meet the challenges of the twenty first century. You must do beck better back to build back better to build back better. They'll back that build back better. Unique opportunity to reset our religion unprecedented opportunity unity to rethink and reset the ways in which we live concert. Ramon posco vid could swivel well. This could very well be another part of the failed. Build back better policy. Which as we know. The president himself said was part of the be three w. p. the build back better world project which is meant to counter china's belt and road and in fact with the the us gone and it looks now like thirteen. Us soldiers killed twenty wounded ten in critical critical condition. wait until there's a couple europeans in there Afghanistan will be great for the rail part of china's project. Could they could push that. Right through afghanistan But still i am. I hear these super clips. And i hear all the world leaders and i think he's not a single person in any Pr shop as they call it in a pr shop. Who could come up.

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"posco" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:38 min | 6 months ago

"posco" Discussed on 790 KABC

"This just in from the KBC Randy Wang Food desk. Posco's bringing back a pre pandemic staple hot food samples. It's going to start next month and next month starts tomorrow, but I'm not sure it's going to start tomorrow. Okay, bc, So CAL weather Well, the weatherman says it's going to be spectacular Sunny today highs in the seventies and most places you're gonna canoodle with eighties in the Valley. 70 outside Arc, ABC Studios and Culver City. 71. Anaheim 74 The Hollywood Sign on Mount Li. I'm Tom Looting. And now with Kay ABC sports A guy If he wasn't doing radio, he'd be selling seashells at the seashore. Randy Wang. Even if you've been vaccinated, wear a mask in public, and what's that? Money happened there. See she sells. Seashells by the seashore. That's why I don't get voiceover Gates. The Angels beat the A's for to the plane. The Giants right now see that little note I wrote to myself, made sure that I didn't understand that it was already one o'clock The Dodgers lost to the Giants 54. Dodgers, Cardinals and Tex Lakers lost in the Suns 192 the tide of two apiece. Game five tomorrow. Its seventh Clippers beat the Mavs wonder six. Anyone there tied up to a peace Game five Wednesday at seven LF she lost the New York City to one L A Galaxy beat San Jose one nail. And by the way, Mr Lenny, we got to check with the fake doctor. Barbara's You collar. I think she gets final. Say if in L. A county, the Costco's can start serving you this Pierre chicken sandwiches again. I grew up on those things. No wonder I'm fat Now. Tennis news..

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Myanmar Is on the Brink of Collapse

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:50 min | 8 months ago

Myanmar Is on the Brink of Collapse

"The roads outside me on mars government offices are splattered with red. Paint protests against february's military coup or unrelenting and demonstrators are trying to shame the generals the paint red blood spilled as the army's campaign grows increasingly brutal and indiscriminate a week ago on state television the announcement. Twenty-three protestors would be put to death. Hundreds are already dead with the is undeterred. Strikes and boycotts are strangling the economy on the country's fringes rebel militias made ethnic minorities. That have fought. The government for decades are banding together and external pressure is rising targeted international sanctions are stacking up this week. The un's human rights commission lambasted. The army's crackdown the military seems intent. On intensifying its pitiless policy of violence against the people of myanmar using military grade and indiscriminate weaponry. They're clear echoes of syria in two thousand eleven. He'd an investment are all but frozen just. Today a south korean steel-making giant called posco said it would hold plans for a joint venture. The country is fast heading toward becoming a failed state but both sides of the conflict are dug in determined and seemingly fearless. The burmese military is gunning down people from all walks of life. Charlie mccann is the economists. Southeast asia correspondent students activists taxi drivers even children. They've killed scores of children and even in the face of that danger. People are still protesting in in big numbers. Yeah that's right that's still demonstrating but these administrations have gotten much smaller. Since the military started cracking

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Fans see Varlamov make 28 saves, Isles beat Devils 2-1

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

Fans see Varlamov make 28 saves, Isles beat Devils 2-1

"Third period goals from rookie Oliver Wahlstrom and Anders Lee carried the islanders past the devils to one Wallstrom has three goals and three assists during a five game point streak and get a lot of help from everyone in the room I you know I'm gaining confidence from you know everybody learning coaches just say I'll keep it simple and play the right way and you know hopefully posco and and others trying to go and so just got to keep going Semyon Varlamov was fourteen seconds away from his fourth shutout of the season until miles would beat him fire alarm off made twenty seven saves it was at its best while the devils outshot New York sixty to five in the second period the islanders are nine two into since February six putting them in a first place tie in the east division I'm Dave Ferrie

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The Most Important Chart for the Markets

CNBC's Fast Money

02:32 min | 1 year ago

The Most Important Chart for the Markets

"We start off tonight with the most important charter in the market. Because of course we would according to one of our traders check out the yield curve spread between ten and two year treasuries at its highest level since february twenty eighteen. So our rates off to the racist. Could this rate shock crush this record rally karen. You flag this yeah. I don't know it will crush this record rally. We don't want rates to skyrocket to quickly. I mean this is a big move but still you know. The absolute is seventy eight basis points but it is sort of telling us that the expectation is that the economy. Oh heat up and we've seen that. The resources traded that tim talks about. We've seen in energy. We're seeing it in the banks Even though they don't really aren't giant to ten spread they do trade that way. So it's indicative of the expectation of a heating economy. Maybe also more stimulus. So that's sort of how position but i also have a big inflation bet on because i do think there is a chance that inflation gets away from the fed and i don't know what they would do in the shorter to medium term the timeframe though tim i mean it's got to be a goldilocks right. Just enough inflation. Not too much inflation. It's gotta be just right. Yeah i mean it definitely not too hot not too cold and you have a case where normalized rates coming out of this and whatever that means also but where we were coming into kobe remember. We're somewhere between one. Forty one seventy five and the ten year so pointed out what the trades that have been beneficiaries or have had the extra boost that comes from this and the resources trade. I mean look coppers three fifty. We haven't been three fifty since march of two thousand and thirteen and some of the trades that look like it's back to the future in the resource look at steel companies. And i'm not just talking about us. Steel look at mattel which arguably the biggest deal company in the world or posco. These you know mt. pk ex. Those are names. you can track over here freeport. We talk about all the time. So i think you have a case where the assessment of all of this to me is more about normalizing. It's not that we're in great shape. And in fact i think we're in a tough place for markets and even some of these trades when we've normalized but we aren't near normalization at this point then later on fiscal even if that's disappointing number Infrastructure to me is is going to continue to rally in these trades member again. you don't buy commodities when you're when they're cheap you buy them when they're running and when they're expensive and i think there's a lot left to do here.

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"posco" Discussed on Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"posco" Discussed on Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

"So now, I think like six degrees down the line and I was introduced to this wonderful woman named. Anna, and again I just reached out and said, Hey, would love to meet you for coffee talk about what you do and she I also noticed on her linked in profile that she happened to be involved with the nonprofit Posco an animal rescue, which is something that I was very involved with back in Minnesota. As a result of me again, just leaning in to bat on the awkwardness of reaching out to people I didn't know I have. Not only got snow an honorary personal level. She's become a very good friend to me. And has helped me continue to expand my business and my network here. A she also got me involved with POSCO and I find myself less than a year later on the chair of the board and willing join the work doing they're. Talking about doing right you're not. You're not sitting back and just you know kind of showing up in in a way that's not active. It's like you taking on the chair of the board isn't acted you're going out there you're doing the work. Well, you know I I really try to lean into saying yes to things that I am interested in and and have passion for one of my good friends has taught me. You know if it's if it's not a hell yes or no And I try to keep that in mind with things like if I'm not really excited about something do I really WanNa? Do it think about harmonised spend my time and my energy but at the same time? If I'm thinking yeah, I Kinda WanNa do it. I'm not quite sure woman lean into it. I'm GonNa try it because some really amazing things can come out of it and I've met some fantastic people as a result of working with pause co and just really enjoy being part of that nonprofit community and being able to give back to my new home state absolutely and I..

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Getting Naked in San Francisco: A History

Bay Curious

04:01 min | 1 year ago

Getting Naked in San Francisco: A History

"Who other than reporter just plot check could take on this not safe for work assignment off she goes from. The state of California has indecent exposure laws, but those only apply if someone is being sexual like masturbating in public or intentionally offensive flashing someone. But what if you're just hanging out naked minding your own business? California leaves that up to local governments. For the first half of the Twentieth Century San Francisco didn't have public nudity laws. FRISKIN S- just didn't go nude much but then the sixties arrived and with it naked people. Some saw disrobing as a form of political artistic or personal expression college students got a taste for streaking and then there were the hippies. It's just delightful to be in I'll be in and that's what this is another exotic prank to add to a growing list of student oriented rites of Spring. It's sort of a happy happening for hippies in San Francisco hippies wanted to get closer to nature and they got naked a lot in golden gate park. Here's a quote from police chief. Thomas Hill it wasn't uncommon for a Gal that come out of the bushes there in the. Panhandle. Without a damn stitch and stand right in front of you with our hands up. I was out in the park in two started going to it on the lawn beside me just to remind you sex is sexual and as such already illegal according to the state. But still conservatives wanted tougher local laws to prevent this kind of behavior and they eventually got nudity banned in the parks. However, the rest of San Francisco was still fair game. As time passed other cities made public nudity illegal among them, San Jose, and Berkeley Berkeley's interesting because it's been mostly due to one naked Guy Andrew Martinez a student at the University of California Berkeley. Decided that American society is sexually repressed and in an effort to write things he began attending classes and going everywhere else in the nude save for a pair of sandals backpack people theorized that Martinez was able to go nude without major complaint for so long because he was easy on the is Martinez attempted shock tactic soon, became old news among his fellow students to me was simply the naked guy. Administrators however sent Martinez home to stay warm until his case can be considered by a student conduct board in Nineteen ninety-two Martinez was expelled showed up naked to his disciplinary hearing at UC. Then in one, thousand, nine, hundred, three here arrived naked to a Berkeley city council meeting members were offended and voted to make public nudity a misdemeanor crime. Back in San Francisco Nudist, enjoy their time in the Sun City developed a reputation for bodies in the buff especially at certain public events like folsom street fair a leather fetish festival or Beta breakers of rambunctious twelve k race who was an exhilarating experience people on the sidelines cheering. Go naked people go. All right. This is a rich Pasco in nineteen, ninety eight he started running naked in Beta breakers. Pasco is also the coordinator of the Bay Area Nature rests we're group of people who believe that the human body is God's divine creation nothing to be ashamed of, and that our interaction with Mother Nature is enhanced by removing the barrier of clothing. POSCO says it wasn't just public events where people could let it all hang out there also newt approved beaches in certain places where nudists would congregate lose a group of people in San Francisco who thought that going new to Jane Warner Plaza would be a good idea. It's that plaza in the Castro with a few benches where the streetcar stops, it's a little urban park. In this little urban park became an urban nude beach,

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"posco" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"posco" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Along eight hundred nine four one Sean soul friend of mine got cold at nineteen and literally was very close to being intubated we have a short segment here John you and doctor posco will going to stay with us for a little bit on the other side but what was the worst moment for you the worst moment was one and a half or doctor pasta came in to tell me that I was removed I see here is that I need to be on a ventilator and having to call my wife and then and then my son's after that that was that was pretty hard yeah I you know because obviously I know your whole family and and they couldn't see you did you did you say goodbye I mean yeah yes I am hi I did to my wife and my older son and but but but also to say look things things will work out it'll be okay but you know if if if not I love you I'm proud of you and then I called my youngest son and it has been his job throughout meeting set to make me laugh so I never got to do what I can do I can predict that is when your kids all right there right there doctor posco will get back to you I promise on the other side of this unbelievable scary and it has something to do with the re opening and I'm gonna dress that when we get back on the other side glad you're with us Hannity tonight at nine the.

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"posco" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"posco" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"The president of cutters edge cutters edge one of south Florida's premier landscaping companies and our special guest today is Marie corpsman as we will continue our conversation of ball growing one's own food but those are you a regular listeners to show note when we start off the second half of the show we like to answer some listener questions and if you have a question please send an email to William info add cutters edge pro dot com William one of the questions that came in recently this is from a gentleman by the name of posco all Dominguez and post Qualls says I really enjoyed the show with Uriel and that was your real you repay from a socio the big property management company of for those of you who may not have caught the shows that week he could not agree more about landscape and its value he tried to get the folks on his board to hear the show none of them were available at the time of the show aired is there another way to hear the show again so that possible can sell his board absolutely right now we've got several ways to hear the show now and and our producer Tom always definitely tells me to get this out is six.

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Death by a a thousand cuts

Dots, Lines & Destinations

07:49 min | 1 year ago

Death by a a thousand cuts

"Hello and welcome to episode two hundred eighty three of ducks lines and destinations. I am Stephen. Seagraves joined by Seth Miller and false mood. Gentlemen our healthy healthy for now for now. Yeah you guys you guys like stocking up yet your toilet paper because I have my four years of toilet paper. We POSCO UP here. No it should be there now. Costco's somewhere down in Massachusetts. That's not true. There's Nashua is there forever but I remember like an hour away so I think I think maybe the the Massachusetts will not be closer. Because we're there on the highway yet dependent independent where you are but neither is national 'cause missiles go to shop tax-free oh yeah makes sense. So so we do you. Have you set? You have a costco membership. Never have that would be a factor. Yeah you costco. You can buy a member man trader. Joe's is good. Cook those There's a trip just down the way we are by talking to the grocery store here the pricing is right. They textures as right. I prefer I enjoy. It's It's a one ply but quilted one. Lots of interesting sort of hybrid choice. It comes from It's an actual habit for this. I can't put talking about this on the show. Our House in New York had a hundred year old piping plumbing our retrofit once or twice but very bright piping and plumbing and the two black clogging it so we had to find a comfortable one ply so that I didn't have to keep Snaking the toilet and I've just stuck with that brand since New Place similar age. I don't feel like you know testing that experience again. So it was like self-preservation really got understand and and it seems that we are curious. I have plenty of. Actually I buy it at target or at the grocery store depending on. Who's telling US sale that week and had bought two jumbo packs? Just because we have enough space to store. I bought that in late January so we have plenty of but not not because of this just because that's how I buy it normally. I mean that's typically what we costco. It's like you buy like your two months. Supply routes just about two months typically a familiar with the usage rates. Because we both work from home anyway so the whole life. Nobody's doesn't change our consumption adding so should we just pivot and go the Japanese Muslim? Nobody's I'm not a fan on. I am not do feel that. It's more of a female thing to truly appreciate the We'll give my wife credit when earlier this evening. Were finishing up dinner. She says is it true. That men really don't wash their hands in the bathrooms. Generally may is that why we take so much longer. The bathrooms than men because Russia. Washing our hands. Anything else and I had to give some credit for. That might be right. You know from what I've seen Been are terrible at washing their hands in the restroom I told you guys the story of the gentleman that I saw at O'hare wearing a full face mask who use the urinal and not just a face mask us like a painter. Space Mass like the the the two big nozzles on each side and then use. The restroom interceded walk out without Washington's Darwin. Awards folks keep it simple stupid. I think One of the things that we need to talk about his just general airline cuts so that's kind of what this corona virus scare and a passenger lull. I would call it or depression I would call it is is really triggering rights Yeah I mean. We're we're recording this on evening and sorry we're late again. This week. We had another guest plan with special thoughts and a reason they were late but that fell through so But you know one of the. I'll say benefits of being a little late to the game. This week is that we've actually had the experience of the J. P. Morgan Aviation Conference Today. And it was a virtual event so she goes to show you just how serious the situation is a investor conference where typically they bring the senior executives in from all the airlines in each hour two or half an hour to present to gather groups and then they do a meet and greet private meetings in a dinner at Temple. Big Thing Quality Boondoggle Was done for airlines by teleconference today. So I if that's not a metaphor. I don't know what is and and the news from that. Teleconference was not much cut. Cut cut cut cut cut everybody except for Alaska Airlines. That spoke today on and it was the. Us carriers that you'd think of minus southwest. I'll spoke so jetblue and bigger Mina South West All spoke today all said that They were cutting service and most of them had announced it some way some form Alaska Airlines is not cutting margin April but currently has a three and a half percent cut in. May and that's sort of the telling thing is like they're pulling for May they they see the future demand not recovering for a long time United is Scott. Kirby said he thinks it's eighteen months before demand returns to its pre corona virus level. So call it like whatever we were at the end of December but he also said SARS was a fourteen month cycle and they're they're extending a little bit so and if if I was to look at what like I add his out from SARS. Their version of the chart came back much quicker. I don't know visit. United was slower or the industry was really slower than I added. Sort of lying about the numbers are pushing version that they liked But there's some interesting things to consider there but everybody's cutting American pulled ten percent or seven percent of domestic going forward and a bunch of international cuts and international cuts are going longer term than really interesting to me there. This isn't a week or month even at a time anymore. You know going back to vases comment from a few weeks ago. Where there's where he said they're cutting month we at time with each passing week. Another month is scheduled. That's really where we're at now in this. Is that simply? Think lack of demand tree backup. If the corona virus was to disappear to the airline seat those months as the time it would take to get demand back to where it was. Yeah it they they just. They don't see the demand coming back a lot of references. Essentially there are some differences of opinion. There was a lot of things that were some of it. Some differences of opinion a lot of comments about the travelers still today are all still spring break travel that was previously booked into people. WanNa throw away. But that future bookings aren't happy as much aren't happening as much So that's part of it. There's also the question of can you induce travelers by dropping. There's enough and Scott Kirby from United's basically said dismissive manner said I didn't even realize there's another theory. Then people could still be convinced to travel if it's cheap enough. Because they were worried about travelling because they want to get sick At the same time Alaska Airlines and everything said you know. We said something like that. We ran a sale last week just to test the waters and people buy tickets and me. I'm more than we expected. Know What's interesting? I was looking airfares. Given how empty allegedly empty flights are airfares are still high. Yeah and we can close in far out how far less than seven days. Yeah you would think like if you've got empty flights now you'd start filling them but they're not so the one comment that. I think it was American. I think Doug Parker said they did a similar thing where they released some of their. You'll controls but it was still focused on greater than seven days out so they're still not. Bush is interesting because I think the theory there is business. Travelers aren't traveling and if they do decide to travel they'll pay whatever it costs they're still trying to pick up some of the uncertain leisure travel but not willing to give up business revenues where it might happen

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"posco" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"posco" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"All right passenger list the film crew engines include circles where they were comfortable hello that's the way the federation office no one knows okay never know do you you never know it was ridiculous okay three people at that table in the bar in the first class lounge this minute the posco actress person uses the name lieutenants on his name Jeff Tennyson that's hello Morrow H. quite distinguished heavy stock holding the line which owns your bank account I think we're having a fun and this gentleman concludes all the forms you know but it but it's why not use the Seattle and Todd signing today I thank you both run last night I see you even that privilege jobs were only leaving side now which might I did one on the first night out anyway I think it exceeded those was tonight he has some days where you are I surrender this plenty of times on Hampton and mood and if time for fun and enjoyment and even playing it love the great ship nice through the tropics seasonal switch homeward bound still no one Morrow walks naturally process to a cabin and returns to the bar for a nightcap ten Johannes do naturally a nice gun victim that clientele and his size or to bring in Johannesburg's economy I never heard of it so I'm glad I had a nice nice good looking cool as all of that and more well into a pleasant one two one converse with whiskey and soda then repair to the respective to for those on the bridge the watch is changing that's not thank.

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"posco" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"posco" Discussed on WTOP

"We go to Jeff clave off wallstreet saw tremendous losses three days this week but it also saw tremendous gains two the Dow finished today's session down two hundred fifty seven points or one percent loss but for the week it still gained one point eight percent the S. and P. five hundred index and the nasdaq both end the week higher U. S. companies were heavily hiring last month adding two hundred seventy three thousand jobs the unemployment rate fell to three point five percent the biggest job gains were in health care and hospitality if you're a Costco shopper no more noshing on the samples posco is suspending free food samples on concerns of corona virus contamination it's the same reason Costco's sales jumped twelve percent last month one of old town Alexandria's oldest retailers closed the Christmas addicts on Union Street opened in nineteen seventy one and had sold holiday themed merchandise for nearly fifty years Jeff label WTOP news governor Larry Hogan of Maryland giving a news conference at this hour on the state of corona virus in the state of Maryland we'll have more details on that coming up it's six twenty seven hi John of the water here with a true story I recently bought a new laptop my old one died off so slowly losing speed wasn't really noticeable till the very end all but let me tell you the difference the new computer makes I have forgotten just how fast **** internet was working taking full advantage of it but I'll tell you I'm enjoying it now and you can get in the fast lane as well with **** internet preferred one fifty or higher panoramic wifi is included at no cost you'll never want to come out of the house and there is no war with the Cossacks panoramic wifi app you have control of.

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Ann Beattie Reads Mavis Gallant

The New Yorker: Fiction

12:31 min | 2 years ago

Ann Beattie Reads Mavis Gallant

"Hi Anne Hi Deborah so you mentioned for me that you read the story for the first time last summer how did you come across it then. I'm Visiting writer at the University of Virginia this fall and I have to give to public talks and I was pulling books off of my shelf just looking for different examples. Awesome things that I wanted to mention in those talks and I pulled down the best American short stories of the eighties which was edited by Shannon. Ravenhill and I thought. Oh if I've never heard of this Mavis askelon story. It just blew me away. I mean I just loved it I WANNA do nothing. But think about this Mavis gallant store. What was it about the story that surprised you well? I could answer that in a lot of ways. I think but the way that she moves through time you know. I think I think that the liberty she takes with those leaps and it's happening all over the place I mean she. She works like a dragonfly or something. She's really amazing. uh-huh had you been a fan of Mavis glance work before that I am but you know I don't know it anywhere near as well as I should I find such immediacy. See in her writing that I always like it. I don't know why I love this quite as much as I love it. I really found this an incredibly startling story the visuals I think part rid of it. The the imagery of it. Yeah the imagery of it It's it's set Or as written unpublished more than thirty years ago. I think on the eve. Steve of the nineteen ninety-one French presidential elections. Does it feel to you so it belongs to a different era or does it feel completely undated. I did I noticed the politics of it. You know but it. I didn't know that I didn't know what you just told me. And I think that's very interesting but it didn't really seem to be an an enormous factor except to make this very believable in terms of the kind of conversation that was held. And you know the way galant tells you people's opinions the we'll we'll talk some more after the story and now here's an beady Reading Day Day by Mavis Gallant Day. Pascal Breuer a is fourteen now he used to attend a lycee but after his parents found out about the dealers in the street outside the gates they changed to a private school here. The situation is about the same but he hasn't said so he does not want to be removed again. This time perhaps perhaps to a boarding establishment away from Paris with nothing decent to eat and lights out at ten. He would not describe himself as contriving or secretive. He tries to avoid drawing attention to the responsibility clause in the treaty that governs peace between generations like his father the magistrate he will offer neutrality before launching into descend. I'm ready to admit he will begin or I don't want to take over the whole conversation. Sometimes the sentence comes to nothing like his father. He lets his eyelids. Droop tries to speak it lightly and slowly. The magistrate is famous for fading out of discussion by slow degrees at one time he was said to be the youngest magistrate. It ever to fall asleep in court. He would black out when he thought he wasn't needed and snap to justice. The case turned around. Apparently he never missed S. churning. He has described his own mind to Pascal. It is like a superlatively smooth car with an invisible driver in control. All the driver is the magistrates unconscious. Will to Paschal a mind is a door ajar or shut. His grades. Rates are good but this side of brilliant. He has a natural gift a precise perfectly etched. Memory how will he use it. He thinks think cicadas easily. Become an actor as a lawyer when he tells his parents so they seem not to mind he could turn into an actor manager with the private the theater of his own or the director of one of the great national theaters. Commissioning new work refurbishing the classics settling questions at issue. With a word or two. The brewers are tolerant parents. Ready for anything. They met for the first time in May of nineteen sixty sixty eight a few yards away from a barricade of burning cars. She had a stone in her hand when she saw him looking at her. She put it down on. They walked up the boulevard. Sam Michel together and he told her his plan for reforming the judiciary. He was a bit older about twenty six six answering his question. She said she was from all sauce. He reminded her how the poet Paul Awad had picked up his future. Wife David the street on a rainy evening. She was from all sauce to and starving and in a desperate muddled amateurish way pretending to be a prostitute. Well this was not quite the same story in nineteen sixty eight. The Future Madam. blu-ray was studying to be an analyst analysts handwriting with employment to follow so she had been promised in the personnel section of a large department store. In the meantime she was staying with the Protestant reformed church pastor and his family in rufous. Still Do Kuan Sh. She had been on her way home to dinner when she stopped up to pick up the stone she had a mother in all sauce and a little brother on me day day day Sylvia and I have known both with sides of the barricades. The magistrate likes to say now what he means is that they cannot be crowded into a political corner. The stone own in the hand has made a rebel. At least in his recollections. She never look at a newspaper because of her reputation for being against absolutely everything so he says but perhaps it isn't exact. She looks at the pages mart culture to see what is on the galleries. He reads three morning papers tapers at breakfast and if he has time lest evenings lemonde reading he narrows his eyes sometimes he looks as though everything he thinks and believes had been translated into a foreign language and suddenly back again when Pascal was about nine his father said what do you suppose you will do one day. They were at breakfast. Pascal's Uncle Day. was there like everyone else. What's Pascal called Him Day Day? Pascal looked across at him and said I want to be a bachelor like day day. His mother moaned. Oh no and covered overturn face. The magistrate waited until she had recovered before speaking. She looked up smiling. Bit embarrassed then he explained and slowly and carefully. The day was too young to be considered a bachelor. He was a student a youth a student a student. He repeated thinking perhaps that if he kept saying it day would study hard. Data had a button of knows that looked ridiculous on someone so tall will and a massive curly fair hair because of the hair the magistrate could not take him seriously his private name for day was Harpo Harpo that period of POSCO's life nine rounding ten was also the autumn before an important election year. The elections were five months off but already people argued over dinner and Sunday lunch one Sunday in October. The table was attacked by wasps drawn in from the garden. Pardon by a dish of sliced Mellon the last of the season particularly fragrant and sweet. The French doors to the garden stood open sunlight. Sunlight entered and struck through the wine decanters and dissolved in the wax tabletop in Pale red and gold from his place. Plus call call could see the enclosed garden the apartment blocks behind it a golden poplar tree and the wicker chairs where the guests earlier are had sat with their drinks. There were two couples the Trabant US older than Pascal's parents and the Chevalier cliches. Who who had not been married long madam? Chevalier Crochet attended an art history. Course with pus calls mother on Thursday afternoons. They had never been here before and were astonished to discover a secret garden in Paris with chairs grass. A Garden Ray. A tree just as their expression of amazement was starting to run thin and patches of silence appeared Abelardo newly come from Kadi's appeared at the the door and called them to lunch. She said it's ready though. That was not what am brew a had asked her to say at least not that way. The guests got up without haste. They were probably as hungry as Pasquale but didn't want to show ebbelaar went on standing staring at the top. Most leaves of the poplar trying to remember what she ought to have said a few minutes later just as they were starting to eat their Mellon. wasps came thudding outing against the table like pebbles thrown the adults froze as though someone had drawn a gun posco news. That sitting still was a good way. Eighty stung if you wave. Your napkin shouted orders. The Wasp might fly away but he was not expected to give instructions. He was is here with adults to discover how conversation is put together how to sound interesting without being forward amusing without seeming. Familiar failure at that moment day didn't unprecedented and courageous thing. He picked up the platter of Melon Crawling with wasps and took it outside. Aside as far as the foot of the tray and came back to applause at least his sister clapped and young Madam. Chevalier Crochet Cried Bravo although Bravo. Day smiled but then he was always smiling. His sister wish he wouldn't. The smile gave his brother-in-law another the reason for calling him Harpo sitting down he seemed to become entwined with this chair. He was too tall ever to be comfortable. He needed larger chairs tables that were both higher and wider so that he would not bump his knees or put his feet on the shoes of the lady sitting opposite Pascal. Father Father just said so no Marm Ellen. It was something he particularly liked and there might be none now until that summer. If data had asked his opinion instead of jumping up so impulsively he might of said. Just leave it and take a chance on getting stung. Well no more for anyone. The guests sat a little straighter waiting for the next course beef veal or mutton or the possibility of Duck Pascal's mother asked him to shut the French doors. He did not expect another wasp invasion. But there might be strays madam. Chevalier Crochet roce remarked. That Moscow was tall for his age then asked what his age was. He is almost ten said Madam brew a looking at her son was some. I'm wonder I can hardly believe it. I don't understand time Madam. Turbo said she did not have to consult a watch to know the exact time. It must be quarter to two now if it was her daughter. Brigitte had just landed in Salonika whenever her daughter boarded a plane. Madame tour ban a- accompanied her in her. Mind Minute by minute thessalonica Monsieur. Turban explained the Chevalier Crochet had spent honeymoon in Sicily. If they had it to do over again they said they would change their mind. and go to Greece Madame. Roue said they would find it very different from

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International Criminal Court sentences Congolese warlord to maximum 30 years for war crimes, crimes against humanity

BBC World Service

04:33 min | 2 years ago

International Criminal Court sentences Congolese warlord to maximum 30 years for war crimes, crimes against humanity

"Service no big decision is expected in the next hour the international criminal court in the Hague it's due to Paulson since on the Congolese rebel chief posco into Gunnedah he's been convicted for war crimes and sexual slavery in the east of the DRC the former warlord gave himself up to Rwanda's authorities before being extradited and tried in that in the Netherlands on joint from the international criminal court now by the B. B. C.'s Anna holic and I don't remind us who this man is I mean reading I mean we cannot read out the detail of some of his crimes because they ought to have rific to repeat needless to say he has quite a roll call of atrocities doesn't say he does and he was given the nickname the terminator for that reason he had a ruthless reputation in the gold rich region of the P. R. C. I'm today the court will be dealing with two really Faisal questions and all of this because sometimes international justice here in the Hague can feel so removed to the victims and the survivors back especially in Africa which this case the score deal so often with and so the two questions the judges will be dealing with today is how long should this mind spend behind bars and how much compensation should be awarded to the survivors many of whom actually race their lives to come here to the hate to give evidence the onus today's really only ICC to ensure this case can have some hanja will positive impact on their lives and in terms of the atrocities absolutely gruesome because these crimes were relatively recently committed SO two thousand and two two thousand and three a loss of what we saw during the course of the trial was photographic evidence I am and the images that we still have have stayed with those of us who were fortunate that and obviously the families to so in in one case and and some people fight might find some of this I am quite distressing and in the aftermath of a foreman massacre they find forty nine bodies of men women and babies some of the movies they say is somehow their hands ties and they were lying dead in a banana fields and in another case a pregnant woman who force often attempted rape by his rebel soldiers was then murdered by them so this is a really important case for the I CC to have rules the man responsible for all of this to justice and even more important for the cool because it's it has suffered a string of setbacks of recent years some high profile suspects walking free including the I've or informally the Lawrence bye bye earlier this year so this sense is is is so much more than just the sentences and it's a message from the cold absolutely yes although the prosecutor would argue as she tries to steer away from politics and actually this course is all about finding justice so that doesn't necessarily mean finding people guilty but absolutely there have been a string of failures in the past that have led to cases not reaching their final conclusions the collapsing before they reach this verdict stage so since the court was created in two thousand and two with a mandate to bring most powerful people to justice they have had for trials reach conclusion convictions I'm so this yes is is really critical and is being celebrated by human rights groups to as evidence that these most powerful leaders in most cases still men come eventually be brought to justice but it I mean it's also interesting because it represents a series of first so he was the the first person ever to be found guilty of this course of sexual slavery and that was actually one of five two Ben suited the prosecution's missions during her time is to make rape as a weapon of war recognized by international justice I know so he was convicted on thirteen kinds of war crimes five crimes against humanity and he as he mentioned first suspect ever to voluntarily surrender to the I CC but the prosecution's during the course of the trial said well you know it was a night to self preservation he walks into an embassy because he feared if he stays out there on the battlefield he flip flopped so many times between fighting for the rebels financing for the the governments that his life was in danger and actually he was better off here in the Hague you have the choice really listen thank you for joining us for the update the B. B. C.'s on a whole again that talking to us

"posco" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

06:52 min | 2 years ago

"posco" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"I mentioned at the top of the show our sister podcast d ten k. collective steve ecommerce podcast which is four six seven and eight figure sellers on amazon specifically. That's here we get to you. I'm sure that people doing big numbers. Were still have a lot of things to learn from it and people smaller numbers short but it's not going to be immediately actionable for you so if that is you keep this amazing f._b._i. Podcast but if your oh six seven or eight figures on amazon e. commerce. I really think you should check it out so i just want to give you a flavor of what's coming up. Rather distribution list no deeply exciting as posco but i just wanted to <hes> if you'll just checking out no whether it's for you what.

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"posco" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"posco" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"And the two former teammates not exactly kissing and making a Billy elige immediately as cons in posco Craig helped up by this evening's referee mark allative is a pretty hectic their few moments I think that's just about the dangerous most dangerous that India's looked on the counter attack when she say their death they've got a lot of pace and there's been a couple of times very early on in the game where they look dangerous but I I would agree with that that this is a this is a team that has like you said with pastor in some of the other guys I always say they have some nice options down the flanks but they need to get Rodriguez connected to this game because he's just not no you don't if you're in the eleven you need to get I'm connected to the game yeah he has not really been involved at all you're actually right is sort of disappeared here and that's six four frame are to lose him but not really taking part in this game of goodness of all sound it's all the way back to tell a passer he's an adult man is there on hand as well but he posted by Chris Hubbard and in the eleventh take the lead a late in the first half the forty third minute it was pasture it was a terrific ball played out of the bag and for the second time a passer fires the opponents into the lead and leave FC and Pat McMahon immediately throws his head up he's in the back of the goal they're kind of collecting himself he knows that that miss interception is what led to the goal that was a step that you tried to anticipated it was in the right spot and I don't know if it hit the the cover over of the baseball diamond or what that made it a little harder for him to play but at at bare minimum it just went over is boot any missed time that it was before that insert and a pastor did what any throw is gonna do when they get that kind of opportunity need to be asked twice nothing I can do about that one so I hate to put it on one person but pack a man has to make that an interception yeah well there was only one player in between pasture in the goal and that was Pat make man Chris Hubbard cut adrift not time as well so he came out he did anything you could do to cut down the angle that pastor just poking a by Chris hovered in so loyal.

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Congolese rebel dubbed "The Terminator" found guilty of war crimes

Rush Limbaugh

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Congolese rebel dubbed "The Terminator" found guilty of war crimes

"An African warlord nicknamed the terminator is convicted of war crimes Mr Doug and up please rise the international criminal court in the Hague convicting a rebel commander in Congo for atrocities including murdering babies rape sexual slavery and conscripting child soldiers with the tech on the and his call perpetrate this will do to destroy and that this integrated the lender community a judge saying posco tech and attempted to White House innocent it great in the early two thousands this involved the targeting of civilian individuals by way of ox of killing and raping this is only the colts full small crimes conviction in seventeen

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"posco" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"posco" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"And posco in particular when the fun failed litigation between metaphor der posco and sued gates stated that by two thousand nine metaphors business relationship with their aposta had quote dried up Cordy gates various interactions with their Abbas get as intermediate or Aries over the past few years have involved trying to resolve the legal dispute as described below in twenty sixteen metaphor gates Kolin again others engaged in efforts to revive the deer Oscar relationship and resolve the litigation political consulting work through their aposta metaphor was introduced to run it Anna Torv a Ukrainian oligarch who hired man afford as a political consultant in two thousand five off match how of higher metaphor to engage in political work supporting the party of regions a political party in Ukraine it was generally understood to ally with Russia man afford assisted the party of regions in regaining power and it's Canada victory and I'm Kovic won the presidency in twenty ten mana for became a close and trusted political adviser to Yanukovych during his time as president of Ukraine yeah coverage served in that role until twenty fourteen when he fled to Russia amidst popular protests Constantine clinic clinic is a Russian national who has lived in both Russia and Ukraine and was a long time and afford employee clinic had directing close access to Yanukovych and his senior entourage and a facilitative communications between metaphor and his clients including out of coverage in multiple Ukrainian oligarchs clinic also maintain a relationship with their pastas deputy Victor boy Arkan a Russian national who previously served in the defense attache office of the Russian embassy to the United States mana foretold the smaller prosecutor's office that he did not believe clinic was working as a Russian spy the F. B. I. however assesses the clinic has ties to Russian intelligence several pieces of the offices evidence including witness interviews in emails obtains record Sir to authorize search warrants support that assessment and then there's a series of bullet points here one clinic was born on April twenty seventh nineteen seventy in Bloss than of the Soviet Union and attended the military institute of the defense the ministry of defense from eighty seven till nineteen ninety two Sam Patton a business partner clinic stated the clinic told him he was a translator in the Russian army for seven years and then he later worked in the Russian armament industry selling arms and military equipment US government vis a records another bullet point revealed the clinic and to obtain a visa to travel to the United States with the Russian diplomatic passport in nineteen ninety seven the other bowler a clinic work with the international Republican institute I. R. I. Moscow office where he did translation work and generally office management from nineteen ninety eight to two thousand five on another official recalled the incident differently one former associate of clinics and I are I told the FBI the clinic was fired from his ISD because his links to Russian intelligence were too strong that same individual stated that it was well known that I am at a higher rai the clinic had links to the Russian government John of another bullet Jonathan Harker British national who is a public relations consultant at I. F. T. I. consulting work with GM I had a public relations campaign for Yanukovych after hawkers work for DMI ended clinic contact jock akhir about working for a Russian government entity in a public relations project that would promote in western and Ukrainian media Russia's position on its twenty fourteen invasion of Crimea the last bullet point gates Serbs suspected the clinic was a spy view the shared with manta fort Parker and Alexander banners one and attorney who would work with DMI report for the Ukrainian ministry of foreign affairs the next step paragraph has been deleted by bill Barr B. contacts during Paul metaphor it's time with the trump campaign subset Paul metaphor joins the campaign then for certain the trump campaign for late March to August nineteenth twenty sixteen on March twenty ninth twenty sixteen the campaign announced that metaphor was serve as the campaigns convention manager on may nineteenth twenty sixteen metaphor was promoted to campaign chairman and chief strategist and gates who had been assisting metaphor on the campaign was appointed deputy campaign chairman Thomas Barack and Roger stone both recommended metaphor to candidate trump in early twenty sixteen Amanda Ford's request Barack suggested to trump the metaphor joined the campaign to manage the Republican convention stone had worked with manta Ford from approximately nineteen eighty until the mid nineteen nineties your various consulting and lobbying firms metaphor met trump in nineteen eighty two when trump hired the black man afford stoning Kelly lobbying firm over the years man afford saw trumpet political and social events in New York City and its stones wedding and trump requested V. 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"posco" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:19 min | 2 years ago

"posco" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Tomorrow. Why Leonard and POSCO Siaca on the first players raptors history to play fifty minutes in a playoff game there coach Nick nurse. We played with much tougher mindset. Right. And I thought we were kind of gritty and, and we didn't really have much choice those guys roll those minutes. And they kept on playing and fighting and doing everything they could to keep us in the game and make plays before the game. Obviously, a lot of people were thinking you were gonna make some changes, and you kinda hinted that you might make some what, what made you stick with what you had who will, I said lineup changes. I didn't say starting lineup changes, so we played a lot of different lineups tonight. And we changed at least three if not four of the matchups to start the game. So we brought Norman early insurgent early, and we went big, we never did get to really small, but we were playing quite a different caught a lot of different lineups because trouble and double overtime and all that stuff. So I think some of those things some of those changes were pretty good to us. But again, we just played a lot tougher man, we're up we're up garden. And we were physical and we were just were we were ready to play tonight. Along those lines. I mean he shatters is kind of career high minutes tonight by think I like seven or eight minutes. How tired was? He doesn't even look like every time you could get a blow to the bench eve us taken advantage. Yeah. There was there was only one time when he looked really, really tired for me, and I had a time out, and I asked him if he wanted to a quick one, I can't quite remember when it seems like it was midway through the fourth about six or five something to go in the fourth. He said he was good. And then we kinda decided that if Janas came back out on the floor, he'd go each stay in Yana state out. He's then he'd take take a little break, but honest came back in. So he said, I'm I'm ready to roll. He's probably pretty tired right now, though. Pretty tired. Why Leonard finishing with fifty two minutes. Posse CRM with fifty one. Koumba with forty five minutes logged in game three of this one, but the bucks fall, raptors the one eighteen one twelve victory. The game was here on ESPN radio marquess, and he'll Huby Brown have the call a win. They virtually had to have Hugh Brown and the raptors got in double overtime. Thanks to a career high fifty two minutes from Colli, Leonard who came up with eight of his thirty six in the second overtime. Well you just love what he did offensively. And defensive, he was spectacular. Two guys from Toronto had to step up Siaka and Gasol. Seattle twenty five and eleven boards. But how about the soul not only just sixteen points. Twelve rebounds, seven assists, five blocks, shots, which was critical for them then Powell off the bench. What nineteen but give Milwaukee a lot of credit opportunities. They could have won the game. And I want to say that their bench was fed. Hosted brogden and hill came in and gave them forty four between the think about that. A second forty four for three guys. Let's so they're brench outscored two run those bench because we know they only play guys fifty four to twenty seven. So we saw great defensive play. And then we saw something that we have not seen all year in big games. And that was the trapping that Toronto put out on display which we have an I had them in the playoffs, and you have had we've never seen that trapping was outstanding on the wings. And then the rotations if you pass the ball as you rounded, the horn, it was terrific. And you just like it the fact that they answered the pressure, and then for Leonard to carry them in the last minute or so it was only right that he should do it. They had a great game plan on Janas. Finished off with twelve points, he did have twenty three rebounds and seven assists, but we'll never know it was crucial. When he went out early in the second overtime has Cousy Arkansas, you had a one on one driving down the rain, bang, bang, six foul, and they didn't have the Greek freak for most of the second if you're out there, you're saying, well, so what that Greek didn't have a good night listened, the Greek had four blocks. He had four blocks. And by the way, he only had twenty three rebounds. Okay. That's all he had. And then you throw in the seven assists, so he had a great game but he didn't get the offensive flow. And then you also say that, you know, it was inspirational and I gotta give. Siachen a lot of credit because he then attacked and you hit it right on the head. He really attacked once wrong interim. Well, it's collided with thirty six points. The Aqaba twenty-five Leonard and Marcus oil had thirteen of the raptors fifteen points in double overtime, they now trail the bucks two games to one in his best to seven series. Raptors take aim three one eighteen one twelve over the bucks in two overtimes for hall of Famer Huby Brown. I marquess year right here on your home for the NBA finals ESPN radio and the ESPN app went to double overtime the first conference finals game to go to double O T since game five of the two thousand seven conference finals between the Cavaliers and pistons bucks have a two one series lead game four coming up on Tuesday in Toronto. You'll hear it here on ESPN radio the conference finals continue to Oslo back and forth. Each day sportscenter allnight ESPN radio, oscillating back and forth for as long as each series continue. Sunday. We have Eastern Conference final Monday. It's back to the Western Conference game four for the warriors and blazers in Portland. Golden State has a chance to close out the series. And that's the goal for Draymond green. Very motivation for us. Sweep the series, you know how that time off, obviously we we're the banged up, so you know, days off will be great for us allow under time to go. Go week off. But also. Possibility of Kevin DaMarcus, get healthy and come back as well. So I think you know, it's very important for us to come out tomorrow with the right mindset. You know, to we didn't do that against the clippers weeks into series and all of a sudden clean stuff was going to the Houston series questionable because anglers suffered a series that should have been over. We understand that we got a great opportunity. We noticed team is very resilient group. They're not gonna lay down. They have great leadership Davis CJ, and they're going to come out and continue to play and play with the force that they play with estimates show. We come out with the right mindset of focus. You know, we know that it takes to close out a series, especially on the road green mentioning the warriors of banged up. So the blazers Damian Lillard separated rib, but he doesn't want to use it as an excuse for his struggles in this series..

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"posco" Discussed on Business & Biceps

Business & Biceps

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"posco" Discussed on Business & Biceps

"What makes me that guy and the answer in ninety nine percent of the situations is nothing I'm not special. I'm not that guy. I am a nother potential shocker because what a lot of people do especially in business because there's sharks everywhere is they prey on people on this episode. Don't hear Cory Gregory's voice. We lost our man for this show something unfortunately came up, but me and low proves the show must go on. And we get into an epic. Conversation. The conversation that you would expect from Mr. POSCO, and Mr. chloride, we go into sizing up. Reading between the lines in business, and basically how you commit to excellent. Is that right? Multi billion serves we're gonna talk about how you excellent we're going to talk about do want is a reading between the lines with before we dive into just I think the imports of character and all our ties together. I think it's a great listen clock. How long has taken whatever. Listen, absolutely. Let's let's roll to the show, buddy. Go what's up everybody? And welcome to another episode of business and biceps, and you better wake the fuck up because me in my man MAURICE claret are bringing heat today. You're probably thinking what the hell is going on. I didn't hear the normal intro. I didn't hear my man. Cory gregory. Well, unfortunately, something popped up for Corey. And he couldn't make the show. But as they say the show must go on and we're going to rip one today. Okay. We're gonna rip one today and me and MO are gonna dig into reading between the lines and the importance of not only hearing what people say, but reading their body language and being.

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"posco" Discussed on Business & Biceps

Business & Biceps

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"posco" Discussed on Business & Biceps

"CO Ford slash biceps today. And this is where we normally go to fos goes world. Listen, I walk in POSCO's world. So so here's the deal. We're gonna go school podcasts activate radio days on us. Throwback with throwback. But we know there's there's there's a lot of things out there that motivate people and that people draw motivation from, but I think like talking about sustained real motivation that that's what separates remove the crop. And I think this is a cool topic to kind of go over to get people excited for this Monday morning, John one hundred percent, you know, when you think about motivation, it's something that people associate with. I think emotion, I think they feel like motivation is emotion. And I personally believe that's where they go wrong because when we get up, and we need something to motivate us, right? When when we use people speaking on YouTube or we need someone with with higher wisdom than us. To motivate us what we're doing is. We're dependent right? It's like we're dependent on an outside source. The give us what we need to do what we need to do daily. So the trick to all of this is saying yourself. How do I motivate myself? Sure, it's fine to go in here. Somebody speak or read a book or be inspired. That's fine. Man. That's great. But that is not something that can take place every morning every afternoon every evening. So how do I how do you as the listener sustain your motivation? And that is a that is an answer that I think everybody can answer uniquely. But I'll tell you for me. There's no question marks in that for me for me. I come from a place of. I know what I want. So everyone listening you have to know what you want, right? So so plug that in your head. You know, what you want from? There is the behavior that you're displaying at this moment or throughout the day or at different parts of the day is that taking you towards in any way, shape or form. Even at the smallest level is that taking you towards what you want. And if the answer's no you.

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"posco" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"posco" Discussed on Pod Save America

"But what started to happen was that? This is the number two aluminum producer in the world. Right. I mean, this company that der POSCO owns a large large stake in and so- global aluminum, the market just kind of tanked, and it really started to affect our European allies. And so we started to see a lot of lobbying by Europe in the United States a lot of lobbying by people who work for these companies to remove the sanctions because you know, I the sanctions on Dr pasta are still there. But the sanctions on the companies were just hurting a lot of people. So the flip side of that though is that Republicans eleven Republicans who voted for the Democrats were still very wary about this because they are typically these are people that are typically Russia hawks and typically hawks and foreign. Such as Mark Marco Rubio. And they said, look, it really doesn't matter. I mean, we need to keep the sanctions on just because we need to send a signal to the Kremlin at their behavior is not acceptable. Ultimately, though, I think that all of the considerations about how this was affecting the global kind of market one over not necessarily surprising just because it it really did have a dramatic impact. I think what we have to watch for though is whether or not dairy pasta does follow through with this plan to actually divest from his company's. And actually keep those promises that he will essentially completely divorced himself. Because if not the not, of course, Braise serious issues about whether or not lifting these sanctions was appropriate. Well, we will we'll keep an eye on that. And we should we hope to have you back on hopefully when from our perspective at least, we get some indictments or some new information in the molar investigation. Thank you so much for taking the time to be with us today. Definite. Thank you so much for having me. Thanks to detach Bertrand for joining us today, and we will talk to you. Oh, so next week Martin Luther King day on Monday, John and Tommy and I will be doing the pod on Tuesday morning, and it'll be out at the same time Tuesday that it's usually out on Monday. So we will talk to you that by everyone..

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"posco" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"posco" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Almost immediately after joining the Trump campaign in spring of two thousand sixteen Paul Manafort started thinking about how to parlay that role into a better relationship with Oleg Dir POSCO, he's a billionaire Russian oligarch closely aligned with Letterman, Putin four Manafort had previously done some work. Emailing his Lieutenant and Ukraine about the positive press. Coverage you've been getting metaphor doused. How do we use to get whole meaning either to get paid to pay him has over de operation seen later after taking over as Trump campaign chairman Manafort offered to give their Pasqua private briefings on the presidential race weird all while publicly denying any ties to Russian oligarchs. So to be clear, Mr. Trump has no financial relationships with any Russian oligarchs what he said, that's what my position is convincing at the time and even more. So now. Now last year when the Trump administration ruled out new sanctions in retaliation for Russian election interference the long delayed response. You might remember to a sanctions Bill that was passed overwhelmingly by veto proof majorities in congress Dehra pasta and his lucrative firms. Where at the top of the list they were going to be sanctioned then after efforts to restructure the companies and a multimillion dollar lobbying campaign carried out by none other than a former Trump campaign aide lo and behold, the Treasury Secretary analysis if you weeks ago, he was taking der POSCO's businesses off the sanctions list that decision set off alarm bells on both sides of the aisle. And so over the last couple of days, a bipartisan group of senators made a push to overrule the Trump administration's decision despite eat personal visit yesterday from the Treasury Secretary eleven Senate Republicans defected from their party voting to reinstate the sanctions. And though wasn't quite enough. They came up just two GOP votes short of moving the Bill forward. So now amid new questions about his mysterious allegiance of letters..

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"posco" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"posco" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"How many times do I have to tell you every time you hear a story about a Russian that creeps up in the spy gate case just read by book. It is all in the book. Every chapter lays out a new connection. It's footnoted extensively. Every time. You hear a Russians name creep up? There is always always a connection to the Democrats and the Clinton team. Manafort was a business partner at one point two zero pasta Dera POSCO was also working with a lobbyist by the name of Adam Waldman. So if you're going to connect their oposite metaphor and alleged that connections therapa ask who is a Russian connected, Putin or a bad thing. How do you explain his connections to eight lobbyist Waldman who was also working with Daniel Jones who was a democrat on Diane Feinstein's Senate staff while she was working on the on on a committee involved in looking into this case. Waldman. Is you track me folks, I'm trying to buck the silliness, and the absolute vacuous mainstream media is nonsense. They're suggesting to us that any connection to their POSCO. Who is a Russian connected to Putin point stipulated makes you guilty of collusion yet. The same Russian therapa is working with a lobbyist and paying a lobbyist at the same time. This lobbyist is working with Christopher Steele and communicating on his behalf to democratic lawmakers and their staffs Walden is on multiple texts. You can read yourself. They're already out there. Texting a democrat Senator from Virginia, and it Clinton ally. And Mark Warner trying to set up meetings with Christopher Steele who's working for Hillary's team. So I don't get it our connections Dera Pasqua bad thing or only when it's a campaign manager who was fired by Trump. What about his connections to this lobbyist that is clearly? Advocating for a person hired by Hillary to gin up information on Trump is any of that matter. Are you just making this up as you go do you note? And I bring this up in light of yesterday's show where I discuss with you yesterday. How it's incredible a mind boggling that the media's reporting on the. The the prosecution of Natalia vessel sky, the Russian lawyer showed up for the Trump Tower meeting without ever acknowledging it is public information. Now that she was working with the company hired by Hillary to gin up information on Trump, and they gave her the talking points. Nobody's reporting that except for conservatives. It's a fact all of these Russians are connected to the Hillary team. And where granted I have acknowledged the meeting at Trump Tower was a bad idea point stipulated. Don, Trump junior has been incredibly transparent about it. He put all his emails out there. He's got in front of a committee to ask. He hasn't deleted dirty thousand emails like Hillary when this Hillary's team get called up to ask about their connections to fusion GPS and their connections to this Russian. When does that happen? All a Dera POSCO's a problem. I agree point stipulated. But why isn't he a problem because his lobbyists is communicating with the democrat lawmaker on the committee assigned to investigate Trump. Why isn't that a problem? The answer is because they're Democrats and the media are independent. What I mean? But. See what a what a retraction metaphor colluding with brushes their Ukrainians. Oh, sorry. We didn't realize they were different countries. We didn't. I thought we were talking about the Soviet empire up. Sorry. We screwed up by a few decades has a wish Gazza m. I'd be a good shirt. This is crazy. I've sorry to get to. Yes again. I just I caution you strongly any report from the New York Times on the Russian collusion fiasco way today. Let me just leave you with this. Final thoughts on what I think is happening. It's take a minute. I told you this months ago..

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