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"romito" Discussed on PRI's The World
"As a demonstrations grew that anger turned to a new target iranian-backed militia groups that will operating with increasing impunity throughout protest set militia basis on fire and the militias fought back. They were accused of unleashing. A wave of assassinations against their critics. That's the beginning of a new investigative documentary for pbs frontline. It's called iraq. Assassins filmmaker remit ovide joins us now from london. Romito your film gets into the political life of iraqis and focuses on activist who who may be on a kill list there are being targeted. It's believed by militias acting in iraq on behalf of iran. What you to the story. Well actually. I started out looking to the resurgence of isis in iraq. And this was a story that i'd been following for years so in two thousand sixteen for frontline i'd investigated how the show militias had been using the war against isis to settle old sectarian scores so they were imprisoning abusing and killing sunnis but since then these militias have become even more powerful even more entrenched in government and. What's extraordinary is that now. They've turned against their own. So there have been killing anyone who criticizes them who they deem a threat including shares. It's not just sonny's and i would say this is the important story in iraq right now. It's not isis. it's the militias. So we meet several activists in the documentary. One of them is a charity worker. Loggia ramon she been accused by. Iran backed media of being a foreign agent working for the. Us she's frightened and in this clip. We can hear why legit.
"romito" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast
"All right everybody we are back once again. Thank you for sticking around this logging though I really appreciate it when you guys stay for you know. More than just the first couple of segments so. The major topic around baseball the past few weeks as we all know has been the trade deadline. A deadline is really been something that we've all focused on and we've really I mean all baseball you know. podcasts all baseball shows I guess are focusing around the trade deadline because you know it's always the biggest news Who's you know who's buying who selling because it's the future. The game is pretty much at stake like who this is where you know. You, know good teams become great, and here's where you know bad teams set themselves up for the future. So you know since the trade deadline is over. Let's go to the closest thing to the trade deadline because I know you guys are sick of it. It is free agency. So there are some pretty big names on the free agent market this year I'm just gonNA. Grab like fifteen in the best names. You know where they are all that kind stuff and just you know. Just think about where they're going to be Once you know once we take into a cow. The way this season goes and you know where they might actually end up signing. So the first name, obviously, I'm going to start at the top JT real mutual jt Romito obviously is the best young. Actually. I won't even say the best I'd say he's number two in the league. Actually I would say he's behind. Out as behind Willson, contreras of the Chicago cubs, but I'm also biased because everybody knows that I love Wilson Trailers So yeah, he's definitely you know easily top three everybody can argue their little you know take on. You know catching in baseball but You know basically, I can see him staying with the Philadelphia Phillies if he wants to win. I feel like you would stay with the phillies because I feel like you know they're kind of rounding out and they're going to be I don't think he would sign a massive long-term deal because I feel like the phillies are in a position to where they will be able to win in a few seasons probably. I said on the last episode like Twenty Tony To. Three SEM being you know a world series contender, so give it a couple more years You know he could go for like a yaws Monte Grande all deal you know for years seventy-three million, but that'll put him at You know that'll put them around eight thirty five when he is done with that and you'll have a couple more contracts to be able to go You know elongate his career that is especially if you know the D. H. Stays in the National League, then he'll really be in a position to where you can where you can. Maximize his potential for the future so I would say. He's probably GONNA get extended for the season ends, but he could also be one of those guys who just goes into free agency looking for the highest bidder at that point. Let's go moving on. We Got Trevor Bauer over hours at thirty years old right now he is one of the best pitchers in the National League you know he's. You know he's definitely going to go into free agency and you know ask for the highest bidder and it's GonNa. Be I think that this year is going to be you know the Trevor Bauer sweepstakes at of all out of all things because you know there's always that one person the prized free agent who we're all waiting on what's going to happen what's going to happen what's going to happen I feel like it's going to be. Trevor. Bauer, because all the names are really good but it's no like real you know get you over the top type players. I think Trevor bowers definitely going to be the one that we're all waiting on and he's going to be the first domino of to really fall and would if he does anything it's going to be really weird. So I mean I can't. That's the best part about free agency is just see. Trevor Bauer handles. His his free agency I mean the do does everything weird I mean you got a ged so we can go to Ucla and pitch early because he didn't want to pitch his high school season anymore. So I mean, if you're wondering what happened what trevor is the person I think that pretty much answers it. Moving on. We Got George Springer. So George Springer thirty one years old. He is the premier outfielder on this list. You know he's been. He's been injured a lot recently. So that'll probably limit the amount of money that he's going to make You know he's Everybody knows about the cheating scandal and all that kind of stuff in you know with his injury history, he's probably not gonNa make as much money as we thought but you know as a career eight, forty, five P S and you know he's had a bunch of klutz clutch hits in the in the postseason granted we can argue saying that he knew what was coming but I mean at the end of the day I think that he's still a good enough player to warrant the type of hype that he's going to get and you know he's seems like a pretty, pretty good plan B I teams after. Pets has been locked up by the dodgers knock going into free agency anymore. You know number four, we have marcus. Simeon. So Marcus Simeon. He's been really really good defensively the past couple of years and you know he's played some pretty good offense. Last season you know he's been a real. It's been real impact player for the mets or another mets, the the as I feel like he's going to stay with Oakland because I don't feel like anybody's going to buy on shortstops this season because the market of twenty, twenty, one and twenty, twenty two is going to be insane because you've got Francisco Indoor Carlos Correa Havi by is Cory, seager and Trevor Story all set to be free agents at the exact same time. I feel that you know with with with those names on the market. But see with baseball it's also weird because you never know someone's going to test the free agent market or not because they can pretty much get an extension. Anytime. You know at free agency and like the NFL. They're always recent. They're always signing deals before the season's over. If they're going to sign an extension, they're gonNA get an extension very rarely. Do you actually see a big free agent splash in the NFL? With. A and then with the NBA it seems like everybody goes straight to free agency. For Max's and Supermax and all that kind of stuff in a sign and trade. If they want the supermax they can't get it. You know sign sign signing trades, normalise how that goes out. But with the MLB is kind of different, you know they they can negotiate they normally all the great players negotiate contracts, performed sign trades, all that kind of stuff. So it'll be interesting to see if any of those big five names actually goes into the next offseason..
"romito" Discussed on The Red Pill Report
"Run-up civil war what complete ridiculous the boys <hes> but yet <hes> the remain over they had made a happy to revolt that whereas they report stories of any significance in an important light is case from Chicago. <hes> there is actually a real threats S. two. I'll continuing membership of the because if we win the case out if if you win the case it's not just we're out but we were out. Isn't it yes so but we were doing millions of pounds worth of trade every day. How on Earth does that put right? <hes> well actually need very much to do. I put you right to be honest <hes> but it indicates that the government wanted to ooh tidy things up a bit where they realized they were going to lose <hes> they could simply put into force <hes> retrospectively. If if necessary <hes> the <hes> e you withdraw Black Twenty eight which is the transitional arrangements which they was the <hes> was noise made in the run up to the twenty ninth how they they will get put through this instrument changing exit day and the thing is they always say swallowed their own spin basically because <hes> exit day in the E._U.. Withdraw Black could the eighteen isn't defining the day that we actually come out what is an implementation day for that act and that act isn't about anything to do with when we come out. It's about what happens when we come out in other words. That is a transitional arrangements act yes. I'm so all they've done is they've changed the day with no transitional arrangements kick in an and the reason why there was that clause in that act was because they thought they were going got a withdrawal agreement through <hes> before the twenty ninth of March <hes> and therefore they would want to have the transition arrangement cake aid when they got there with drawer grievance right and to synchronize as tastes so they they were expecting to bring the date forward rather than push it back <hes> so that that argument is a very poor argument and it's not even one but the government is <hes> have really tried tried very hard to argue. They tried to beat on the royal prerogatives but I think a serious problem with the case and <hes> we may have caused to say thank you to make us spit runs and I was thinking more so what what's what's next as it were and is there anything we the public can be doing to help well. <hes> overseas cases do. You want custody so we were anxious to get as much help in terms of donations and sports we can <hes> gene case cost one point two million you could you could imagine the tweet we do need help in that respect and we we we have people have been very generous in sporting but an it has enabled us to get to where we are now with the Superior Court of Appeal but <hes> we definitely do with supporting important if people want to support that where would they go to to support that. I've got <hes> Robin Tilburg Dot Block block spot is at the place or well. No that what I've done is I've I have posted up the entire. <hes> case papers on my blog spot says Robert Until Dot Brooks Dot K. Dot U._k.. Anybody wants to read the details. That's what it is and in terms of <hes> collecting money. I'm the the best place to go to as the English Democrats Dot Pawsey Website Inks Democrats don't party and <hes> we have brexit battlefront and <hes> which is <hes> supporting the case <hes>. I'm we go. Hey crowd justice <hes> appeal out <hes> so always which people can donate and I think the other thing that I taking encourage people to do is to make sure that he's aware it I'm to lobby the mainstream journalists to to report on it honestly just reportable honestly quote honestly would be good so where where I'm on the English Democrats DOT party page. Where would I find the battlefield on here? You know it. Can I give you the full <hes> address for the H.. T. T. P. S. colon slash slash W._W._w.. Dot English Democrats party Slash Brexit Hyphen Battle Hyphen thumbed basically if you if you go to that it explains about the case spades about donating and any <HES> donations 'em out full case fantastic excellent excellent and of course we could also get on our knees as well and seeks help from the Almighty. Yes we could. We've we may need it if we don't succeed with this case and I I do think we have a strong chance of succeeding. If the case is is judged according to law I think we'll win it <hes> and by the way ooh the team of passes on many many how the lawyers that have given opinions about this thing that we are likely to win this case even people that originally voted remained tend to think that this it's a very strong case if that lawyers who understand about constitution <hes> but <HES> <HES> I if we wind up with some sort of state shot web I we win it what what he's looking an increasing a clear as it's harmful whoever becomes next prime minister where she'll be Boris because whoever becomes hard for them to get out through parliament <hes> and <hes> it's it's looking quite unlikely that we'll get out by any other means other than winning this case and that may bring that brings up another point that that actually the slow way which the court has has dealt with this case might match turned out to be quite a good thing because we made them wind up with a situation where or tried to get get us out by other any other means. He's cut himself blocked. He may then want this case to win. Yes the government lawyers were to be on our side raw against us. <hes> it would oversee win <hes> and <hes> the <hes> entertaining anything from the point of view the famous mass we'd get from much of the <hes> remain media <hes> is that there would be no right of appeal. Yes yes because the people that can appeal we allow people who are up and parties to a case jet you often get a case where the prosecution and defense are arguing for the same result you can do it would be interesting noble off traffic <unk> outcome is that the the court gives whatever else yes yes so anyway. Well thank you so much for your time. This is fascinating and if people want to follow well. Let's start off with follow the case. Where's the best place for them to follow that? Is that your blood spot. I'd say blog spot <hes> because I have set out the fool he does that. I do also post on both my <hes> well. The English Democrats <hes> facebook page wjr also my <hes> facebook page <hes> rubbing Tobruk Jabaliin doctrines <hes> and <hes> I have a twitter account <hes> <hes> all of which I do I do post up to tell people what's going on but the if people want to see the detail that is Robin Romito dot blogs Dot Quedo U._k.. Fantastic I will put links to as much as I can remember and get get type two in the show notes to say the <hes> the the I've got that recorded on the program so I can go back. I noted down the minute it was it was so so I go back and listen to that and get that donate <hes> page sorted out for you and I've got your blog spot page and I've got your your twitter patients on here so I can put links to <hes> to all of those in the show notes go willing Ah people might be adjusted to to hear the temp we not only getting blocked by the mainstream media in a one room people was talking to <hes> lower coons bug about ece she was fully to while the case <hes> I'm D- said that they weren't gonNA report. It will provoke the but even even social media. I'll being <hes> difficult so I I posted up literally just the taxed and I mean just the text all the E._U.. Native vacation with drawer at twenty eighteen hundred thirty seven words just saying making clear that they promised only had power gala to southern just to get this out <hes> and I went back day or so later to my <hes> facebook page pound profile profile disabled this this nation that there's a lot of denial of it but there's a lot of shoe essay evidence that the social media the big tech giants a have a considerable bias considerable message they won't put forward and if you put forth something other than that they will demilitarize you block you d list you d you know this that and the other you and they really don't deserve the protection that they have being platforms particularly America. I think you in England as well. I'm not sure about it here in England but they they claim protection against prosecution for this that and the other because they're only a platform but actually they they are not acting as unbiased platform not acting as an editorial publication on they are definitely an brings us back to some who was saying about the emerging political difference in the different different political camps between the INS nationalist globalist <hes> types and liberal values with nationalist glibness and <hes> the will take <hes> more conservative values <hes> alternative it is people with in the second camp was obeying <hes> targeted by by the social media platforms uh-huh so if you're if you're saying something patriotic or nationalist or whatever you WANNA call it you'll you're likely to be targeted and over say <hes> what we're saying here. Is that that actually. <hes> we may be able to get out of the international organization Lee you but by legal main means and they shouldn't have and that's why I think I've been disabled I am I am going to bring a case about it. I'M NOT GONNA lie because I I think it's important that we do actually tackle these people and I'm going to pacify. Ah what things all that <hes> we need to watch out for them on that <hes> and I show them publish <hes> on my blog <hes> how how that that so how to do it to take on facebook go. That'd be fantastic well. If you let me know when that's up I will definitely let people at the red pill report know about that. Have you talked about the fact that facebook's new community guidelines effect we say things like this stretch the could lead to death or other forms of high severity violence or any targets where the threat is defined as any of the following etc they say calls for high severity violence open bracket unless the target is an organization or individual covered by the dangerous individuals and organizations policy and they do this always through the new guidelines. You can call for death of violence against people they don't like how can it even be legal to put <hes> <hes> well if you think about it. The B._B._C. has to save energy with Joe Brian Job. Ryan is probably day Kafer Jake Brown too cool for acid.
"romito" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Well, john. I don't know if that's a credit to the defenses or these two teams just started. Looks great. Looks frogs six of sixteen thirty eight percent. Kansan a ton of looks no twenty two shots off already. But they've only had nine for forty one percent points in the paint. K you fourteen eight over TCU. Lot value attacking the ram air. The other thing the frauds have got to figure out. Great looks at the paint. They haven't been able to convert still frogs down by just two points here. Seven fifty seven left in the first half cage. A loss of the free throw line eight of twelve all the seas. He was the rookie of the year in the American athletic conference back at sixteen and seventeen average twelve points and eight boards at nine double doubles at Memphis before joining his brother Dietrich Lawson transferring ear to you free throws. J Lawson heavily for Kansas at three twenty two to nineteen run a fifteen th straight free throws made finally missed last week. State. Front with his heart. Between the circles is best. Alex, robert. Robert O'Brien fix dribble. Tallow Santa Kevin flips scores Latino worked his way around the Dietrich Lawson scores it easily now it's twenty to twenty one. Lawson seems to be crossed at he's defending his sandals going to his right? He's the who was left losing it out of here. Advocate J loss of Vic downloads to Dietrich Lawson back quarter right to Katryn Kate. Noise fights back out here to carry seven on the shot clock here, we're surrounded screen around. Sandra? How much to be done right there. Got a bad spot here. The left elbow. Gets blown by twenty four twenty one right now that you buy three you're single again working on loss of this havoc on. Patriarchy scores it again at twenty four twenty three to one Point Pedro Samuel with four quick. He's got six side where the Dow h a loss of the free throw line around boy lost. It lays it up all the way around the way to the back. Somebody's got to cut him off. Right there. You're right. He looked all the way around. Six twenty three back to the three point margin poetry hawks. Six twenty two to wanna ride as. Second three quarters of the game for one. We're tied at twenty six and I stopped fighting over the right corner, and again, Kansas just leaves him out there Riley. You know, their scouting report is gonna say you gotta get out on this guy. But they left him open six four. Title twenty six loss of Dietrich fouled for behind. Let's see who this resort is going to be on a reach it here by the horned frogs. And I think that's going to be a vein to see you have ain't coming over trying to help out. That'll put Dietrich loss of the free throw line. He's a seventy eight percent free throw shooter. Dietrich who comes in averaging nineteen points and eleven boards. Mrs. China kickback is over seventeen hundred. Eleven hundred three thousand high school Hamilton high school or Memphis. He was ready to twenty-six best player in the country. He gave out. Free throw shooter for a big guy too. Oh tie. A body is back in the lineup. Now, four K you. Checks has dots. The between the circus. Five fifty one to go here this horse fan. Twenty-seven twenty-six Kansas leads by one. Desmond paid up front. Screen with the left hand side out. Alex robinson. Crowds. Hotel. Five with a shot clock scraped from Samuel, Alex three on the shot clock. You've JD Miller with three short sample the rebound new thirty for the frog. Sehgal Tida folks at back of the wig out. Controls the left hand side triples back out to get into the lineup. Robertson Robertson's orchid Garrett. Pat, signed out of pay all the freshmen, you got a piece of it comes up with the ball back. The other way Vic. Five oh, five the play of a hand Gerald pick it traffic in a Davis for behind swiped. Vic lost it. Recovers comes up with it still alive kicks. It back now to Lawson and he'll fire the three off the Mark j Kendrick Davis story. Not the shot loss of wanted. Right. There was penetrates lease Samuel del goes founded Alex Robinson Robinson. Schick freely. Put the bigger Marcus Gary old habit has worked so far. Dietrich tried to force it on a kick. Dalo? He's looking to desma Bain Obayashi kicked it away. They'll stay with TCU would four forty to play the hand. Now, we've seen a lot of teams over the last couple of years do that put a larger guard on Robertson. And he has struggled. Top worthy. Romito spirit tickets to see Dallas Skylar cups now the baseline left Samuel packet event. Double team had it knocked away to the floor. They go blossom comes up with it steel here here the forecourt Vickers, Terrell Davis. Dixie? Four twenty to play this first anthem. Javy Dixon takes the time out. Thirty second timeout. Twenty-six day, you could hear the horned frogs courtside. But Al Phil house after this guy. Go insurance. Technology truth brought to you by Geico. Truth you.
"romito" Discussed on World News Analysis
"You're listening to today. I'm gelling so welcome back to our panel on China international import expo. I'm joining the studio by Nolan Ming Constantine Shippen and Jessica dole. So just now what we're talking about those products from the African countries and just as liming has mentioned, we know that for quite a long time Africa Africa has been exporting is role materials and import finished products. But do you see any challenges that Petr we speak about role materials? As is something we Sean from international trade, as by exporting role materials, we are sort of losing to other countries that are exporting high end products. But that's not true. I mean, you as a country as the most developed country in the world export Wilmington rose to they export grains, export product. So that's not the problem. The problem is whether they're the country is comprehensively developed in the sense that they have all. Kinds of products to be exported is not roll materials, the problem per se, but the fact that maybe they are exporting only role materials, and that's the problem. I think on for on the issue of Africa, we are talking about well, the general on the standing were many years ago was that is continent that is not developing as fast as as wanted to be and as such they can only export raw materials and some of the problems plaguing. The continent is that perhaps corrupt politics and also, instability instability and actually last year a special report on the economist had in-depth look into the continent as a ho and then talking about how the situation has been changing how the stability has been guaranteed to sound the ultrasound extent, an how investment is going into the into the continent into the region. I think was stability and. With a pouring income input of investment. We we see a lot of changes on the current situation. And like I said at the import export we see said lie industry products, like footwear, and leather engineering and petrochemicals we can see that our progress being being may being achieved and people's lives, perhaps are being proved as we speak, and that's an interesting point that you make because I do think that usually the American strategy is to provide aid in dollar amounts rather than actual, whereas China strategy is to go in and provide infrastructure and actually build things within Africa. And I think that will help launch a especially a few African companies in you know, to climb up the global value chain and embrace globalization to be able to actually produce not just raw materials as you said. That's I think that's the point is that if African countries only export to China Romito. Aerials that's not ideal. What needs to happen is both raw materials and actual. Products that have been developed. No, do you know, but it is China and Africa are building. Hugh show mutual cooperation so to say and to that point we have to look at Egypt free trade zone for that the sense of. Chaney Virginie's companies entering the Africa market. We see a lot of froze while that and to physically you will. Think the northern the North Africa? Yeah. Is the enter gate of Chinese business into that? We see they African consumer market gray. Basically what we're talking about is. What she's been is talking about is a mutual cooperation turn is investing in Africa, China less effort to own more threes of investment projects as the African people start earning more they start buying more and through the Dan free to own award of Chinese companies sellers that entering African markets. They start selling so China Africa ins everybody, everybody's happy. But I think maybe the capacity-building is also very important because you've mentioned about the company's into rain to the African into engine into entering into Africa. For example, we know the Rwandan government, the they are also promoting mating Rwanda campaign to diversify its exports and about they kind of lack of the workers with the Naw..
"romito" Discussed on KQED Radio
"There was nothing wrong with it even if they were you know fifteen years? Old sixteen years old and his lack of guilt his lack of remorse It makes me wonder about the u n troops that are engaged on these peacekeeping missions and how they're recruited vetted I mean surely. There's money to be made for the government and the soldiers but are, these soldiers the Besser countries have to offer the UN what. Can you tell us about that that's. A really good question for a, lot of countries it is prestige is political prestige, it's it's politically important like India. And Pakistan so India, have peacekeepers, Pakistan must also have peacekeepers and they like to keep an, eye on each other For some, countries it is money even though it's not a huge amount of money but the troops get up you get money per trip I think it's like a thousand dollars a month roughly. And you get training as well as Isabel Coleman told me who was a former US ambassador to the. UN that when there's a potential. Genocide, you, can't be picky about where you get your your peacekeepers from she said. You need peacekeepers on the ground yesterday you're going to take any troop so what you had in the Central African. Republic for, example was a whole lotta peacekeepers who will from the democrat Republican, Congo next door from, Congo these troops had already been noted by. The UN for raping and pillaging in? Their own country so somebody. Told me you're getting a. Lot of. Bushes from one country. To be peacekeepers in another country so vetting. Is a big problem. Although again the UN is saying that it keeps getting better at vetting another country We've seen Sri Lanka there've been lots of stories of Sri Lankan peacekeepers who has been found by Sri Lankan human, rights commissions to have been implicated in mass killings and rapes in Chilanga. And then now serving as UN peacekeepers go to, say the, big picture here from this talk sadly was how this tragedy seems to illustrate more widely the inability the UN to hold itself accountable on many things I mean it's officers really struggled. To defend themselves when you ask them what took so long to see the problem how can you just. Pass the buck to the Member. States, so, what do you think is the way forward it boils down to accountability You know so we've had thousands of allegations? And only, fifty three uniformed peacekeepers ever been jailed that's what accountability the same. With civilian peacekeepers only one international civilian peacekeeper did he broke gay who we. Interviewed in the film who we just talked about his the only one that's been jailed ever and having many allegations against civilian peacekeepers many substantiated allegations so substantiated by. The UN itself the UN is investigated and seen that the case stands yet nothing happens and, Romito in this age of America I wear our country's, president regularly attacks the UN do you worry that keeping the. Spotlight on, this issue may actually empower those who see the u. n. as in Neethling corrupt and a capable of, reform I mean certainly people I spoke to the people who? Have really campaigning gainst this issue do not want? CNN to UN peacekeeping even I on the ground. Myself hearing these horrific stories I saw the good. That UN peacekeeping does and I saw how necessary. U n peacekeeping is so I hope that this this argument isn't misused by different sides but I'm sure it will be the frontline investigation UN sex abuse? Scandal airs, tonight you can catch it on your local station run into Nevada. Is a reporter thanks so much for speaking with us Thank you so much for having me.
"romito" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"The university of southern california in the fall to pursue a master's degree in chemical engineering he says news of stricter rules in the us didn't stop him from applying for a visa back in may that's a minute i know i had to prepare a lot of documents like proof of my parents income and assets but the ficials at the us embassy barely looked at them they asked me a couple of questions and then said i have to undergo an additional checking process he's heard of classmates who are in the same boat the deputy assistant secretary for visa services from the us state department edward romito sqi told the senate subcommittee hearing in early june that chinese citizens insensitive fields may be limited to a one year visa in an effort to prevent intellectual property theft professor john watts june from jews young chinese medical university says it isn't fair to students who help make addition which do not win chinese students study abroad they learn foreign technologies through recognized academic programs and exchanges they are not there to steeler hurt america's national interest in two thousand and thirteen usa thorns charged professor joel june with economic espionage when he was working as a researcher at the medical college of wisconsin that was later dropped when he pled guilty to a lesser charge of illegally downloading data which he maintains was an act to safeguard the research at a conference room in shanghai a dozen parents gather at an information session held by the education consultancy group focused international among the first questions was how to prepare for a campus tour but visa problems are also at the top of their minds these days says general manager michael yen he says the us has been tightening visa rules for the past five years despite that he sees a growing appetite among chinese families for an american education his clients are not just sending their children to american colleges but also to junior high in high schools come until the huns all shoot high school middle school one of the reasons parents send their kids to study in the us earlier is because they hope that this will give their child and edge with american colleges later a big reason people want a us degree it's valuable in the china job market says college student tongue face yet us sounds is are there are too many chinese students with graduate degrees from top universities in china so i want a degree from a famous american college to stand out in the job market recently she got a visa to study for a master's degree in chemical engineering at columbia university in shanghai i'm jennifer pack for marketplace.
"romito" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"The real planet earth greenland a radio telescope why is this significant bob well all right this is good astronomy and this is smart astronomy using money intelligently and equipment intelligently they they've just built finished building a giant astronomy telescope in chile called alma it was made up of many radio ten is put together and ten is put together all twelve meters well one of those twelve meter and tennis was basically a prototype for that well they didn't use it so the astronomers say hey let's not wasted they went and had it shipped up to greenland and installed it that and so you've got a radio telescope in the northern latitudes that didn't exist before now it's not a it's by itself this is not a gigantically powerful radio telescope but the way radio astronomy works is you link up radio telescopes all over the place and that increases the overall us into romiti's interferometry to essentially increase the overall size of the dish and what that does is it reduces increases the resolution of the image so you can you can actually put together much more high resolution image from radio astronomy you have to be a very big dish because radio waves are so large you gotta have a very big dish or observatory to get a high resolution and so they combine images and that's what they're going to be doing with this they've just basically initiated operations and this is just smart astronomy job this is part of a complex it's network in with radio telescopes all over the western hemisphere but depending on the telescopes and where which part of the hemisphere you wanna work with you get a low you basically cover the whole half the globe this has been done before but the more you put in the bed of the arm tree is because you fill in the gaps they can do specific research to with this but this is just adding to the overall world radio astronomy effort max plaque plank institute in germany and animal rights this combines to make a great first chapter of a novel i wanna read this.
"romito" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"To maintain the farmed lionsgate to keep producing quality safe affordable traceable food and i think that's the bit that the we sort of need to bring to life a course as far as we are all environmentalist recap passionately about our soils about our environment but our ability to produce food is is at the heart of our it does does all they have for the environment come first or shouldn't it come first at the both working in harmony if he your you'll soil structure is fundamental to see what whatever sector you all producing food so you have to be able to do both and if you just have an investment that is about planting trees and wall flam at his and his neglecting all responsibility as custodians of alana produces of food how are you going to how profitable successful businesses and i think where we have to look at this michelle is where do we won't is industries go where do we want the country to be in five ten twenty years time in the food business is going to change we need to get much smarter we need to be able to be more efficient more competitive we want british feed to be the envy of the world patrick holden what do you think well if he'd been at his right uh the primary responsibility of fall mrs to produce healthy food in such a way that he had romiti's preserved and protected but i think that historically for the whole of my foaming time uh the mines share of the support we've got from the government is not really had any serious conditions attached to it in my case up on getting about thirty thousand pounds a year from the government agency and eighty percent to that really's is available to me as long as i did break the rule one thing what different now suggesting is it in future public money should be only big farmers who produce foods in ways which preserves the protects natural capital and promotes public health i think that's absolutely right i think this is a farreaching consultation paper and if we the public respond rightly to it we can pre present a better business case for fall was producing food in that way whereas in the pulse we've tended to set great environmental protection from fruit production and and then at that is clearly there's a lot more towns ability in.
"romito" Discussed on 1380 AM The Answer
"The republican party the junk that they publish the selfrighteous shrivel these people each hit listen to this this is the sum her if conservatives want to save the gop from itself they need to vote mindlessly mechanically against nominees now these guys you wrote this the claim to be nonpartisan this is worried that they ever wider an article boycotting the democratic party it's liberals wanna save the democrats from itself from themselves they need to vote mindlessly mechanically against democratic romiti's did they ever white that the i tell you when they in holiness the thing about these guys you write this stuff is they are shelf on aware it is one of the parameters aspects of people of iowa the lack of selfawareness they right this with a clear conscience it's only the republican party that has a problem with going to be right extreme the the the democratic party has no such problem jonathan raushan and benjamin with this a few days after the democratic electoral sweep his past no converted virginia new jersey and elsewhere of a washington post as they ran the virginia matthew spalding is hope the man of marketing executive named paul rim beazely replied that his calculus was shipley through refused to calculate it could have been doctors shoes or the barents theme bears or parents signed bears on the ballot my would have voted for them if they were a democrat he said our might do more analyses and other years but in this case no one gets any consideration because what's going on with the republicans i'm talking about trump and his characters is infants input stupid i can't say stupid enough times count us in mr beazley these are the authors of the atlantic we're with you the weekend to go with the jewish rug of stupid and no one could be more surprised that were saying this than we are we have both spent our professional careers strenuously avoiding partisanship in our why the in thinking i don't know them from adam although i know the main job shen jonathan ralph they have not been partisan the interesting light so what's up their previous writings anyway they honor the guy i by the way i say just as the summer corrected the interview i've said many times with donald duck world republicans that could i go for him that's how dangerous i think the.
"romito" Discussed on Accelerate!
"Which people can avoid but they might not like to use certain applications if they know that they can be tracked in that way but i think that will not the negative the positive will outweigh the negative because even in the reason why people meet face to face romito converts is because humans can analyze the other people's expressions and adjust if they're good sales peoples and so your comment of a couple services that might add value to give input to everybody else to help them understand no real that person by work on un were they confused with throw type or were they not watching the prototype an unknown prototype or the product or the demo or whatever it might be or when i said these words which we thought were as a value proposition you know lot there and they lost focus and and that that's way right i mean so that so what you're saying is there's an example of what are they call the aga kind of test environments where you bring twenty people in a room and ukraine or france grip strength bogus groups nania go through test of shows or content creation or advertising and so what's being done is there a companies out there that do that analysis whether or not it's a company called extract team realize or a couple of others um and they are actually unable and content creators are advertising companies to be able to understand when the reactions are positive negative or whatever they desire one of our companies called digit insights that does that with a connect camera in our homes which basically people get paid to put the cameras in in in their tv ruminant watchers exactly when people are laughing smile sleeping eating there's definitely privacy man because it only sends back the one zero sum.
"romito" Discussed on Talking Tech
"Today's episode of talking tech is brought to you by simple human introducing another dimension of east inefficiency to your life with their new sensor trash can with voice control simple human has a great offer for talking tech listeners so be sure to stick with us to hear all about it later in the show everyone's always looking for the next great show that the engine we're here to help you with recommendations have you checked out red oaks on amazon prime video i'd say it's the greatest series you probably never heard of let me tell you all about it on today's edition of talking tap i'm jefferson graham with usa noor amazon's video offerings are best known for two series that are uncomfortable viewing transparent about a 70yearold man whose which is gender says seen through the eyes of his kids and the man in the high castle about what life would be like had hitler's army actually one world war two and then there's red oaks of fund romiti's set in the summer of nineteen '86 at a new jersey country club as seen through the eyes of david a college students who was spending his summer as a tennispro at the club he's an aspiring filmmaker who has fallen for the daughter of the superwealthy country club precedent said the conflict is the haves and havenots and hopes and dreams the fun of coming of age stories is that they include the search for what someone wants to do with their lives in the striving to get there the stars of the show our craig roberts who plays david paul reiser best known for mad about you as the crass tough and funny country club president and richard kind who was also unmanned about you as david's bumbling but wellmeaning dead now i hate reviews were critics tell you everything that happened on the show so i'm going to leave it there watch it and experienced a 25 episodes for yourself the first two seasons our fabulous but the third season got truncated by amazon into just five shows it ended too quickly riser inkind are very emmy worthy and the show deserves to.
"romito" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
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"romito" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Unlike other presidents of basketball operations he's coveted and i don't mean simply for his skill set of being a president of basketball operations i mean for the fact that he's magic and people want to hear him talk people have him on jimmy kimmel's emerge shows and everything he's on a talk to the dodgers and saying they're gonna win the world series this year because he's magic he owns businesses in one button sometimes with that again creates an environment where we ask you questions that normal basketball president of basketball operations they don't get because they're not in those arenas they're not in those environments and back in two thousand thirteen his first full year as a coowner the dodgers he was bantering hanging out with reporters before the game a first game in the playoffs and he talked about they intended to sign clinker shot to an extension in they also were not going to pursue the at the time new year anke sake second baseman robinson can know who was the big premier free agent that fall and he said i can't talk about the other guy the guy in new york he's gonna get pay not by us but he's gonna get paid when you were a superstar you get pay we understand that and uh and he went on major league baseball they open the tampering investigation on that anyway so fast more and more years magic johnson new in this position with the lakers same thing where he knows he should be doing this what jimmy kimmel he said well that's tampering i can't talk about it but am i see paul george macdonald in a week week so like he keeps doing that where hey i know i can't talk about this but let's talk about this and so i think there's a lesson to be learned from magic that again it is you can't be magic in the situation romito this another example at eu modern times.
"romito" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Hey gun owner syd let's perfect right yes yes yes so grunted verbal united states senate the rock of course is a teasing you might be running for the presidency i'm not sure that he is completely away the plastic kinda style the end of next year can a run for the presidency though rock so what other rocks should we have pushed into politics i mean the you know there's rucki hey sean this is fantastic you see here's the fake i i mean here's the thing tyler and anybody else who happens to be listening out polticians all becoming a joke so i followed fish is becoming a joke well why not have candidates like kid rock and it really does it it it enables you to say so mr rock what are you cooling by the way cooling by israel miami's goes gariunai muslim brother richie's israel name by the way did you know that i did not know that now they look at that says not gonna be senator rocky amazed me senator richie you would think right it's pick is going to romiti's real name hung so is trying to one seat by the way democrat said debbie stamina he tweeted out he says i've had a ton of emails and tax asking me if this website israel then he puts the kid rock for senate websi up the odds say is an absolute than full capitals yes how many exclamation plateau full by a period oh all right then in another a tweet he said stay tuned i will have a major announcement in the near future which company one of two things could be his running for senate or it could be the new wild ms code kid rock for senate or do you think of the second one with the second one summit mirjana his cell in law a much i mean to be.
"romito" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Can do their own that's very good says similarity zoltan i i never even thought of that way it's very deep way of thinking that film because i just thought to myself i gregory let me because i mean look like you don't think about it i mean i'm i'm not it's a it's a very it's very interesting concept zoltan williams say about that that the idea that the film you either in in the film her the characters carl joe portrayed was this area your sympathetic ai or os that he fell in love with but she was in love with so many other people at the same time bids kinda like yeah a god's love it you know she had love for all of the people she was touching well in in in many ways that was what geared you so much about the a is that it could carry on so many you know at least romantic loves a at the same time and and that really turn ecorse now you're talking about communal love maybe it's a different thing but that's not what you are the main character doddie thought this was like shutting vessel once a lump dynamically medically yeah it does kind of it does make you think about how god loves uh you know certainly not romantically because rhonepoulenc asked me about the old only of the story in any way right and that's the thing but it was kind of an interesting parallels to be drew i never thought of it that way zoltan romito thailand who you have you back to wipe who really thank you for being on the program tonight such short notice it's always a pleasure however you on the show oh i've had a great time any aren't thank you much take karen and good luck with your ron noble will get back with you talk more about what you're doing and what you're planning a of for your gubernatorial run in california appreciate it that sounds great you take care by zoltan his one with its than on on grounds or talking about this he's he's well known written several short stories and books about this subject and we're talking more about a coming up on grounds or your thoughts we wanna hear more of your thoughts of the show dialogue tonight eight six seven three thirty.
"romito" Discussed on Be Honest with Cari Champion
"In november in chicago the sun was shining and the atmosphere was painted yellow with an abundance of fresh foliage warmth travelled across lake michigan shores to my doorstep mi wings begin to flutter but a voice whispered to me not yet the day carried on like any other busy day class a quiz a meeting in more class i do remember however everyone being unusually nice free starbucks for those who voted in being let out a class an hour and a half early i felt could later that night i would travel to chicago's hyde park with my first friends i ever made it northwestern romito courtney and jena jenin i were assigned to photograph the election of romito tone courtney came along for the ride on our way we pass him of chicago's last standing housing projects on state street with police officers dressed in black uniforms and bulletproof vests posted outside the metal entrance doors it quickly reminded me that people still live that way especially in chicago but something also told me that the televisions were blaring within these homes and hope one last breath of it covered the brick project walls the girls and i stumbled across in abc sevenparty at room fortythree on forty thirteen greenwood on chicago south side blaring young jiji's my president is black the entire way there as we entered the gathering welldressed beautiful black people filled the room in had their eyes fixed on the projection screen i attempted to capture pictures an interview attendance but really i just wanted to immerse myself with the other observers i was so proud.