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"sadi" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

02:35 min | 3 d ago

"sadi" Discussed on Today, Explained

"But Paris at least they're trying. They're trying to get something done. Maybe they're not succeeding, but like Elon Musk made an effort when no one else was. What do you think about that? I would say that there's part of it that is accurate, right? Elon Musk was proposing these things, especially at a moment where the government wasn't really setting out a big vision for what our future was going to look like. That was left to the private sector, and that's kind of the consequence of decades of the public sector reigning itself in and leaving more to the private sector. And so there was a need to think big about what the future could be. You know, there's a real problem in how we've elevated Elon Musk to be this figure who is presenting these grand futures to us who is building the future because he's now become this real belligerent billionaire who feels that he's completely outside of the law of scrutiny. He doesn't feel a need to pay much attention to what various regulatory agencies would expect people operating in his capacity to do. He really acts like there's no one who can reign him in because he has this kind of power that he is the one who can drive things forward. And I think that that's a really serious problem, especially when we look at the impacts of the ideas and the technologies that he's put out into the world and we can recognize that they haven't solved the problems that he promised they would solve and that actually, if we're going to solve these really serious problems, things like traffic, things like road deaths, that we do need to do those things, but the actual solutions are going to look very different than what someone like Elon Musk is going to propose. So I think that he served to distract us from really important issues and the actual solutions that can solve them, and that it's time for us to kind of wake up and have the difficult conversations to actually solve real problems and to set out a future that works for everyone that's not just kind of coming from the mind of the richest person in the world. Today's show was produced by abishai artsy and edited by Amin Al sadi, it was fact checked by Laura bullard and engineered by Paul Robert mountie. Amna will king, it's today explained.

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"sadi" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

01:30 min | Last month

"sadi" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Emma Ashford I'm a senior fellow in the reimagining U.S. grand strategy program at the stimson center. Our show today was produced by Victoria Chamberlain. I'm a producer at today explained. She had help from Paul Robert mountie. That's right. Matthew collette? I mostly go by Matt. Miles Brian, siona petros, and Laura bullard. This is factual. I'm Sean ramis room, the rest of the team here includes abishai artsy, hottie moag D, halima Shah, and Amanda llewellyn, our supervising producer, is Amina Al sadi, our director of sound is a theme Shapiro. My co host is Noelle king, we use music by brake master cylinder and Noam hassenfeld. Today explained is distributed on the radio by WNYC, where part of the vox media podcast network, you can get in touch with us any time via email, we're at today explained at vox dot com we're also on Twitter, but you know.

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"sadi" Discussed on The Business of Esports

The Business of Esports

07:10 min | 2 months ago

"sadi" Discussed on The Business of Esports

"The business of eSports podcasts begins now. This is Paul Libya here live at the next world forum with CNBC Arabia. I'm here with the most amazing guests. His royal highness, prince Faisal, chairman of the Saudi sports federation. Amazing conference you've put on here, amazing with sadi sports federation has done. I'm curious, what is all of this lead to? Where is this building towards? I think that's the big question that everyone's mind, which is how do you move off of all the success here and what's next? When we talk about the next world, I mean, we're talking about is the next world for the global industry and the global community. What has been amazing for me is meeting and talking to a lot of the people who are here. Really bringing people together from different walks of life, different communities, different angles, different points of views, 'cause when you get people like that to start talking, that's how you can push through some of those boundaries, some of those glass ceilings. What's exciting is putting people together to start putting those steps to what's happening in the future. And making sure that what we do is good for the whole industry as a global community. Ideas and bringing people together is a big part of building success and building an ecosystem. How does what you're doing, your work with the Saudi sports federation fit into the vision 2030 in general, which I think is an incredibly grand vision for the kingdom. The great thing about the vision and the different things that are happening is what we've put is not something set in stone. We've put a set of guidelines a set of KPIs to make sure that we're hitting our targets and moving on the right path, diverting away from a focus on oil and gas to really building something that is more reflective of what the Saudi community is, one of our KPIs, one of our stated goals is by 2030. The gaming and eSports industries will be 1% of the Saudi GDP. Which is a big target. We have over 68% of the population consider themselves gamers. The majority of those want a path to work in this as an industry. But one of our biggest prides is showcasing that you have a career path in this industry no matter what you like to do, no matter what you are passionate about. You know, maybe you're not a top gamer, maybe you can't compete as a player, but you can be in production. You can be a commentator, you can be an interviewer, you can be in finance. You can be an investor. I mean, there's so many paths that you can take and this is an industry. And that's what we want to grow here. We want to look at this industry holistically. So that we're giving an opportunity to the young men and women in this country to really stake their claim, but also an opportunity to young men and women around the world to showcase what you can do, how we can replicate this in other areas how people can come here and have a base, but also how can we inspire others to do the same. And we're very lucky to have the support from the top down, but also from the bottom up from every member of the community. I mean, my proudest moment was during this latest gamer's 8, having young men and women come up and say, you know, how much not that they enjoyed the tournament, but how proud they were that they did not just get to enjoy it, get to enjoy it here. And I'd like to see that happen in other places as well. I mean, I was blown away. I actually visited gamers, they had a couple of times unbelievable what you guys have done there, blown away. This is an audience that spans not just Saudi Arabia, but the GCC in general. What's your message to sort of people who are maybe not in the gaming industry, how the rise of gaming and eSports within the kingdom may benefit everybody in the region as a whole. I mean, this is an industry that's bigger than music and film combined, globally. This is an industry regionally that's growing over 30% year on year. The growth opportunity here is there. The investment opportunities are there. Our region as a region is at an influx point for growth. It's a region that has been underserved. However, has hyped Internet penetration across the GCC is over 90%, but most of the Mina region is high Internet penetrations. Young populations, so high number of gamers, 5G rollouts have been very high. GCC especially but Mina region in total, mobile gaming is big, but it's also a dedicated community of young men and women that are ready to take that leap. Whether it's as gamers or as an industry. And I think it's that time, it's not getting on a bandwagon. It's doing the right fiscal duty. And if you're gonna do that, gaming, as you heard from projects like neom and guide, gaming is an important part of the world industry is moving forward. It's an important part of the diversity that's happening in Saudi. And this is something that I think more people need to not just get behind, but jump on board and move forward with. I've said many times and if you look at the numbers, gaming at some point in the future becomes the biggest industry on the planet. Period. So great to see you and Saudi Arabia leading the way in that context. Saudi Arabia has been making a big push in terms of sports in general. How are you interfacing with those efforts? And how is the relationship between what's going on here from a traditional sports front and eSports and how are you cooperating? We work very closely. In fact, we were created as a federation underneath the Olympic Committee. So we work very closely hand in hand with our partners, whether that's doing a gaming event before traditional sports event just to bring in more of the youth or doing a sports activation alongside our eSports events to really showcase the physical nature. And that's one of the things that we think is very important. You know, people forget that the physical is a big aspect of what you're doing in the digital. There was a study done by the sports medicine university in Hamburg. If I'm not mistaken that said, during big tournaments, the heart rates of competitors was between one 60 to one 80, which is equivalent to a marathon runner. Cortisol levels in their blood is equivalent to F one drivers. So we as eSports players and gamers have to start taking ourselves seriously as athletes, which they are, and we're seeing that internationally in different tournaments in different ideas, and how having that physical aspect is affecting and improving their digital aspect, but also focus on mental health. You know, being on stage in front of all these people, you know, some of these players are doing 5, 600 actions per minute, which is absurd. It's not just about talent. It's about preserving your physical health, making sure you have the mental health to be able to sustain that over long periods of time. And working together with our community, and we're launching a number of initiatives locally to build that know how, with the local team so that they have the best way and the best avenue to compete internationally. But it's something that we're very proud of and it's linking the physical and the digital, and as things move to the future, the two are coming together, traditional sports, and virtual sports. If you're not focused on the physical and the mental, I think you're losing out. Your highness one last thing, anything for us to look forward to any big announcements coming at next world forum here, anything you want to tease or there's, you know, when you bring this many great minds together, there's bound to be some great things that come out of this. I will be as excited to announce anything that comes out of this when it's ready. One of the things I don't like to do is I don't like to overstep and say something that I'm not sure when it will happen. There's many big things that are in the pipeline. You heard some of them today with neom having gamer gaming at the center with gadiel having a gaming district. Those are things that were announced today that weren't known previously. And there's many more things that are in the pipeline and many more things to be excited about, not just locally, but internationally. Your highness amazing what you guys are doing, you know, can't wait to see what you're going to announce and what's next here. But thank you so much for being on. Thank you very much. Pleasure. Thanks for listening to the business of eSports podcasts. Check us out at the business of eSports dot com and on Twitter at biz eSports.

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"sadi" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

05:47 min | 7 months ago

"sadi" Discussed on Today, Explained

"And yet, let's remember what brought us to Budapest. American conservatives are holding cpac here. What exactly about these circumstances would appeal to freedom love and bureaucracy hating small government no bullshit Americans? It was time to ask an American. I can tell you're from upstate New York by looking at you. Does that sound crazy? No. Chris baluchi grew up two towns over from me. He's wearing reflective sunglasses, khaki shorts, a sandlot T-shirt. We're in a suburb of Budapest, but Chris improbably is living the American Dream. He's only 30, but he has two gorgeous kids. His wife's family lives just down the street. He has a small but pristine house and his mortgage is exactly zero. We bought this house for 9 and a half million for it. Yeah, so that's 30 grand. High 5 me. Damn. And then Chris politics are a little all over the place. He's pro gay rights, pro abortion rights. He says he's a registered Democrat, but he's totally meh about the Democratic Party. He doesn't like Trump or Biden, so he just didn't vote in the last election. I just couldn't feel good with either of the decisions. But that doesn't mean he's not paying attention to politics. In fact, he was watching the Hungarian election really carefully. What do you think now a days about Victor Orban? Well, I think on the world stage, it's amazing what he's accomplished. I think he's a very successful man. I think that a country like Hungary with its population and its GDP, very tiny. But somehow, his name is being brought up, you know? Somehow he's got swing. Somehow he's meeting with these big guys. So, you know, he's doing something right. And he just got elected with an overwhelming percentage. So he's doing something right. And I understand that a lot of that comes from his control over the media. So I do understand that. However, I'm not one of those people that is under his veil that doesn't can't see objectively what's going on. It sounds like there's probably a not insignificant number of Hungarians who know exactly what Victor Obama is all about. And like you say, this guy is doing something right for the country. The country is doing well. The economy is doing well. The policy is benefit us. It's not okay, the economy. Let's not say that he's like, he's killing it. What I'm saying is that he's done something for Hungary that I don't think any other guy would be able to do. So make it a player in the world. Yeah. Yeah. So we were talking about Trump and Orban and I think you need to include Putin in this conversation. If we're talking about autocrats. So I think that Trump is a wannabe Orban Orban is a wannabe Putin. If you look at the level of autocracy, you go Trump Orban Putin. You're living very happily in a country where you're saying your belief is the prime minister wants to be like Vladimir Putin. Why does that not scare the hell out of you? You seem very happy. I'm more scared of as a father, I'm responsible for my children. Until they're adults, it's my job to guide them, steer them. And if I look at who I think is going to personally for me, going to be the best person to help me pursue my vision of what I want to achieve, I think that right now, fidesz would be better. Long term, I don't think that they should keep hold of this control. All of this makes sense, I suppose, but Victor Orban has been prime minister since 2010, long term, that's the whole point. And it's a very easy thing to miss, even if you're watching carefully. What I like about fidesz is they have been able to set up a system that runs very well. It's a well oiled machine. He gets shit done. Republicans catch it, dawn, and sometimes they get shit done that he don't like, but they do get shit done, and I feel like the other side will not get shit done. Victor Orban's ability to get things done in a not very democratic fashion appeals to a lot of American conservatives too. They're here in Budapest for the conservative political action conference Hungary drift, coming up tomorrow, we try to get in to the conference that we have flown thousands of miles to cover, but will Hungarian bureaucracy stop us. Our show today was produced by miles Bryan, it was edited by Jolie Myers and Matthew collette. It was engineered by a theme Shapiro, and it was fact checked by Laura bullard. The rest of the team today explained includes halima Shah, Hadi malaga, artsy, Victoria Chamberlain, and our audio fellow Tory Dominguez. Sean Ramos verm is my co host, we are currently 9 time zones away from each other. Hey Sean, we had extra help this week from mate ha mosh, our supervising producer is Amina Al sadi, box's vice president of audio is Liz Kelly Nelson. We use music by breakmaster cylinder and Noam hassenfeld, and were distributed to public radio stations across the United States in partnership with WNYC. I'm Noel king. Today explained as part of the vox media podcast network..

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"sadi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:28 min | 7 months ago

"sadi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is really good I want to start with your recent trip to Venice for the Biennale That's work That is absolutely work and I will continue to insist that it is to whoever questions my forthcoming expenses What was it like being there Because it was the first one in person since the pandemic right Yes it was actually delayed a year and I have to say that this was the most triumphantly successful Biennale that I have been to in a decade It was more art better art more people than I have ever seen before It was a real must see in a way that I can't overstate All right I had never heard of it so I'm an idiot So tell me about this Wow All I can say is wow Listen thank you for admitting that Let me give you a brief overview That's going to be played over and over in a promo And over So what is this event So the Biennale is as its name implies an event that occurs usually every two years It was delayed a year because of COVID but this was the 59th edition of it And what happens is there's this park on the southern tip of the island called the giardini and there are around 30 national pavilions and 30 different countries Put on their own contemporary art exhibitions And it used to be a sort of it sounds like an arts world fair But anyway it is and it's a way of kind of stating your national identity but it's also a way of kind of putting forth how progressive and interesting your country is in terms of the way it's a form of soft power effectively And so then there's in conjunction with that there is a colossal exhibition in two parts one in this massive pavilion in the giorgione and then the other in the arsenale which was the place where Venice when it was a republic created its ships It's this huge ship opening factory And so there's I mean it's acres of space where you put Arden and then there's also ancillary pavilions in the arsenale and then there's literally hundreds of other exhibitions spread throughout the city So it is amazing And so how do you see it all Well you need at least 5 days usually 6 I mean just to go through the main exhibition which was curated by New York she's Italian but she's the she's the curator of the high line to shelia allani She curated this time almost universally lauded which never happens Just a real triumph But you need all this time to go because you're walking through the city unless you're very very rich and then you have a private boat that you've hired for the week which George Clooney and Amal would definitely have their private boat It's around 250 years an hour if you can get one And they just kind of sit outside whatever exhibition space and then you get on and tasty from place to place But if you're spending tens of $1 million on art then €250 an hour is like whatever Yes Unfortunately I'm not and I didn't spend that Was there was there a theme or a takeaway and maybe how a different from the past Yeah so this is actually what thank you for that leading Carol because this is exactly what I wrote my piece about I'm an idiot but I can usually get people So what's very very interesting to me at least or to anyone who's focused on the art market is that there is a major preoccupation still with figurative painting which is a painting of people the human form And in the contemporary market driven contemporary art market right now it takes the form of figurative painting of non white subjects and this has been extremely popular for let's say the last 6 years in the market I mean it's been popular for longer kind of outside of that But it's basically a product of people realizing that non white non male artists had basically been left out of the art historical canon for centuries because of intrinsic biases and institutions and collecting habits and so forth So everyone sort of rushed to correct this and the easiest way of demonstrating that they were rushing to correct it is a literal figure of the person who you're collecting And this Biennale was a major transition away from that Not in that it was a transition away from collecting or emphasizing identity and the work of non white non male artists but a move away from figuration People are saying okay well maybe these people have more things to say about the world than simply that they exist And so it is in many respects a more sophisticated step forward and it could have major market implications as the art world can oftentimes dictate the trajectory of the art market How did this theme manifest in gian Maria to sadi's piece that he wrote about Yes So the Italian pavilion is incredible It's around 20,000 ft² And it's this artist gym ray to Saudi as you say who said by the way Yes I practiced really just trips off the town He sort of had could do whatever he wanted And he created the series of haunting industrial rooms that were empty so it was like a sweat shot lit by fluorescent lights with sewing machines just deserted It looks freaky It is really freaky And then at the end you walk into this huge kind of warehouse and out onto this nearly pitch black concrete pier where you then dimly realize that you're surrounded by like black ice cold water And anyway so there's no figuration it's very very weird So how does this sort of new way I don't necessarily want to say it's a new way of doing things but on a scale like this How does this translate to the market Because you can't really buy or transact in an experience like that Well even if you are worth billions of dollars So that's a really great question And there are ways of manifesting conceptual ideas in our artistic ways that aren't necessarily experiential So there are artworks that I mean in very very very simplistic terms can be abstract but have conceptual underpinnings There are artworks which can be figurative And have conceptual underpinnings There are many different ways that you can create art that people can buy that isn't simply about the artist And I think that is something that we are increasingly going to be seeing in the years ahead I feel like the theme of it will play out in works of art that ultimately people will buy right Like this overarching theme But it's a little grim though It is grim but you know the thing is that some people are grim some people are actually kind of optimistic but everyone's looking to the future and that was what was a real change from the art market and from years past I have no easy segue but I got to go there because I want to talk about the devil wears Prada The music hall And I want to talk about Elton John Because you have a story in pursuits about this Yes This is wild It's going to be hard to hear first folks It's going to be a major hit So it's Elton John collaborated with Shana tab who's a lyricist and a songwriter herself and an author and a playwright and she is she created stuffs which is right now at the public theater which is like Hamilton level hype in terms of you just can't get a ticket tickets are selling for like $600 over the price I mean big big stuff Anyway she collaborated with Elton John to do devil wears Prada the musical And the title sounds like it wouldn't be good but you know it's gonna be great Well I certainly hope so She's a really talented person and Elton John is Elton John Yeah He does pretty well right She does okay She does okay So it's going to be really big And so the whole thing is then translating the movie which everyone has very strong feelings about Onto stage and making it feel fresh Okay we only have a couple of minutes They do make it fresh but you're.

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"sadi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:28 min | 7 months ago

"sadi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Way This is really good I want to start with your recent trip to Venice for the Biennale That's work That is absolutely work and I will continue to insist that it is to whoever questions my forthcoming expenses What was it like being there Because it was the first one in person since the pandemic right Yes it was actually delayed a year and I have to say that this was the most triumphantly successful being I that I have been to in a decade It was more art better art more people than I have ever seen before It was a real must see in a way that I can't overstate All right I had never heard of it so I'm an idiot So tell me about this Wow All I can say is wow Listen thank you for admitting that Let me give you a brief overview That's going to be played over and over in a promo And over So what is this event So the Biennale is as its name implies an event that occurs usually every two years It was delayed a year because of COVID but this was the 59th edition of it And what happens is there's this park on the southern tip of the island called the jardin And there are around 30 national pavilions and 30 different countries Put on their own contemporary art exhibitions And it used to be a sort of it sounds like an arts world fair but anyway it is It is and it's a way of kind of stating your national identity but it's also a way of kind of putting forth how progressive and interesting your country is in terms of the way it's a form of soft power effectively And so then there's in conjunction with that there is a colossal exhibition in two parts one in this massive pavilion in the giorgini and then the other in the arsenale which was the place where Venice when it was a republic created its ships It's a huge ship building factory And so there's I mean it's acres of space where you put Arden and then there's also ancillary pavilions in the arsenale and then there's literally hundreds of other exhibitions spread throughout the city So you cool It is amazing And so how do you see it all Well you need at least 5 days usually 6 I mean just to go through the main exhibition which was curated by New York she's Italian but she's the she's the curator of the high line to shelia allani She curated this time almost universally lauded which never happens Just a real triumph But you need all this time to go because you're walking through the city unless you're very very rich and then you have a private boat that you've hired for the week which George Clooney and Amal would definitely have their private boat It's around 250 years an hour if you can get one And they just kind of sit outside whatever exhibition space and then you get on and tasty from place to place But if you're spending tens of $1 million on art then €250 an hour is like whatever Yes Unfortunately I'm not and I didn't spend that Was there a theme or a takeaway and maybe how a different from the past Yeah so this is actually what thank you for that leading Carol because this is exactly what I wrote my piece about I'm an idiot but I can usually get people So what's very very interesting to me at least certain to anyone who's focused on the art market is that there is a major preoccupation still with figurative painting which is a painting of people the human form and it in the contemporary market driven contemporary art market right now it takes the form of figurative painting of non white subjects and this has been extremely popular for let's say the last 6 years in the market I mean it's been popular for longer kind of outside of that But it's basically a product of people realizing that non white non male artists had basically been left out of the art historical canon for centuries because of intrinsic biases and institutions and collecting habits and so forth So everyone sort of rushed to correct this and the easiest way of demonstrating that they were rushing to correct it is a literal figure of the person who you're collecting And this Biennale was a major transition away from that Not in that it was a transition away from collecting or emphasizing identity and the work of non white non male artists but a move away from figuration People are saying okay well maybe these people have more things to say about the world than simply that they exist And so it is in many respects a more sophisticated step forward and it could have major market implications as the art world can oftentimes dictate the trajectory of the art market How did this theme manifest in gian Maria to sadi's piece that he wrote about Yes So the Italian pavilion is incredible It's around 20,000 ft² And it's this artist generated to Saudi as you say who said by the way Yes I practiced really just trips off the town He sort of had could do whatever he wanted And he created the series of haunting industrial rooms that were empty So it was like a sweat shot lit by fluorescent lights with sewing machines just deserted It looks freaky It is really freaky And then at the end you walk into this huge kind of warehouse and out onto this nearly pitch black concrete pier where you then dimly realize that you're surrounded by like black ice cold water And anyway so there's no figuration it's very very weird So how does this sort of new way I don't necessarily say it's a new way of doing things but on a scale like this How does this translate to the market Because you can't really buy or transact in an experience like that Well even if you are worth billions of dollars So that's a really great question And there are ways of manifesting conceptual ideas in our artistic ways that aren't necessarily experiential So there are artworks that I mean in very very very simplistic terms can be abstract but have conceptual underpinnings There are artworks which can be figurative And have conceptual underpinnings There are many different ways that you can create art that people can buy that isn't simply about the artist And I think that is something that we are increasingly going to be seeing in the years ahead I feel like the theme of it will play out in works of art that ultimately people will buy right Like this overarching theme But it's a little grim though It is grim but you know the thing is that some people are grim some people are actually kind of optimistic but everyone's looking to the future and that was what was a real change from the art market and from years past I have no easy segue but I got to go there because I want to talk about the devil wears Prada The musical And I want to talk about Elton John Because you have a story in pursuits about this Yes This is wild It is it's going to be hard to hear first folks It's going to be a major hit So it's Elton John collaborated with Shane tab who's a lyricist and a songwriter herself and an author and a playwright and she is she created stuffs which is right now at the public theater which is like Hamilton level hype in terms of you just can't get a ticket tickets are selling for like $600 over the price I mean big big stuff Anyway she collaborated with Elton John to do devil wears Prada the musical And the title sounds like it wouldn't be good but you know it's gonna be great Well I certainly hope so She's a really talented person and Elton John is Elton John Yeah He does pretty well right She does okay She does okay So it's going to be really big And so the whole thing is then translating the movie which everyone has very strong feelings about Onto stage and making it feel fresh Okay we only have a couple of minutes.

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"sadi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:24 min | 7 months ago

"sadi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Job by the way This is really good I want to start with your recent trip to Venice for the Biennale That's work That is absolutely work and I will continue to insist that it is to whoever questions my forthcoming expenses What was it like being there Because it was the first one in person since the pandemic right Yes it was actually delayed a year and I have to say that this was the most triumphantly successful B and I that I have been to in a decade It was more art better art more people than I have ever seen before It was a real must see in a way that I can't overstate All right I had never heard of it so I'm an idiot So tell me about this Wow All I can say is wow Listen thank you for admitting that Let me give you a brief overview It's going to be played over and over in a promo And over So what is this event So the Biennale is as its name implies an event that occurs usually every two years It was delayed a year because of COVID but this was the 59th edition of it And what happens is there's this park on the southern tip of the island called the jardin And there are around 30 national pavilions and 30 different countries Put on their own contemporary art exhibitions And it used to be a sort of like an arts world fair But anyway it is and it's a way of kind of stating your national identity but it's also a way of kind of putting forth how progressive and interesting your country is in terms of the way it's a form of soft power effectively And so then there's in conjunction with that there is a colossal exhibition in two parts one in this massive pavilion in the giorgini and then the other in the arsenale which was the place where Venice when it was a republic created its ships It's a huge ship opening factory And so there's acres of space where you put Arden and then there's also ancillary pavilions in the arsenale and then there's literally hundreds of other exhibitions spread throughout the city So you know it is amazing And so how do you see it all Well you need at least 5 days usually 6 I mean just to go through the main exhibition which was curated by New York I mean she's Italian but she's the she's the curator of the high line shishi Al amani She curated this time almost universally lauded which never happens Just a real triumph But you need all this time to go because you're walking through the city unless you're very very rich and then you have a private boat that you've hired for the week which George Clooney and Amal would definitely have their private boat It's around 250 years an hour if you can get one And they just kind of sit outside whatever exhibition space and then you get on and tasty from place to place But if you're spending tens of $1 million on art then €250 an hour is like whatever Yes unfortunately I'm not and I didn't spend that Was there a theme or a takeaway and maybe how a different from the past Yeah so this is actually what thank you for that leading Carol because this is exactly what I wrote my piece about I'm an idiot but I can usually get people So what's very very interesting to me at least or into anyone who's focused on the art market is that there is a major preoccupation still with figurative painting which is a painting of people the human form And in the contemporary market driven contemporary art market right now it takes the form of figurative painting of non white subjects and this has been extremely popular for let's say the last 6 years in the market I mean it's been popular for longer kind of outside of that But it's basically a product of people realizing that non white non male artists had basically been left out of the art historical canon for centuries because of intrinsic biases and institutions and collecting habits and so forth So everyone sort of rushed to correct this and the easiest way of demonstrating that they were rushing to correct it is a literal figure of the person who you're collecting And this Biennale was a major transition away from that Not in that it was a transition away from collecting or emphasizing identity and the work of non white non male artists but a move away from figuration People are saying okay well maybe these people have more things to say about the world than simply that they exist And so it is in many respects a more sophisticated step forward and it could have major market implications as the art world can oftentimes dictate the trajectory of the art market How did this theme manifest in gian Maria to sadi's piece that he wrote about Yes so the Italian pavilion is incredible It's around 20,000 ft² And it's this artist generally to Saudi as you say who said by the way Yes I practiced really just trips off the tongue He sort of had could do whatever he wanted And he created the series of haunting industrial rooms that were empty So it was like a sweat shot lit by fluorescent lights with sewing machines just deserted It looks freaky It is really freaky And then at the end you walk into this huge kind of warehouse and out onto this nearly pitch black concrete pier where you then dimly realize that you're surrounded by black ice cold water And anyway so there's no figuration it's very very weird So how does this sort of new way I don't necessarily say it's a new way of doing things but on a scale like this How does this translate to the market Because you can't really buy or transact in an experience like that Well even if you are worth billions of dollars So that's a really great question And there are ways of manifesting conceptual ideas in our artistic ways that aren't necessarily experiential So there are.

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"sadi" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

02:13 min | 8 months ago

"sadi" Discussed on Today, Explained

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"sadi" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:01 min | 8 months ago

"sadi" Discussed on WTOP

"It was a violent Easter weekend across the country with three mass shootings In South Carolina shooting at a nightclub early yesterday wounded at least 9 people also in South Carolina on Saturday gunfire erupted at a busy mall in the state capitol of Columbia about 90 miles north of the nightclub shooting 9 people were shot and injured and 5 people were hurt trying to escape in Pittsburgh two miners were killed in a shooting at a party early yesterday and at least 31 people were wounded We've been reporting on two men who were charged with impersonating federal agents and also accused of showering real federal agents with gifts And as the two away trial on that we're learning one of the men has some big court ordered debts to pay Thomas morrow is a collection's attorney in D.C. and he represents the owner of a luxury K street southeast apartment building owned by 23 I incorporated He says his client is owed more than $63,000 from Ari and Tara sadi He moved in there and never paid him a dime Morris says tarzali rented through one of his businesses and even though a judge ordered him to pay up he hasn't in court recently prosecutors claim he may have done the same thing at another luxury apartment building It seems to me that he's a guy who goes from one fraud to the next Morrow says he also represents another man who is owed $300,000 from Tara's daddy He says the struggle over the years has been finding him We now know where he is And he's likely to be hearing from us Mike Morello WTO news WTO did reach out to her for comment but was declined and interviewed by his father with whom he's staying President Biden is now set to host Southeast Asian leaders for a summit next month The gathering on May 12th and 13th is meant to demonstrate the U.S.'s commitment to being a partner with countries in the region A big issue at the summit will be Myanmar which has been wracked by violent unrest since the army ousted the elected government last year Why are eggs so expensive It's because a bird flu is infected 27 million chickens in turkeys in the U.S. In many cases farmers have had to destroy their flocks to stop the spread The illness which can be spread by infected foul including wild birds causes paralysis swelling and diminished egg production It's led to the cost of a dozen eggs rising almost $2 since the beginning of the year And there was no evidence humans can catch the bird flu The Florida Department of Education says it's rejected more than 50 math textbooks from next year's school curriculum because of among other things references to critical race theory The department says the list of rejected books makes up about 41% of submissions the most in Florida's history the rejections point to inclusions of common core and social emotional learning Money news a 25 and 55 car shoppers looking for some pricing relief for going after weight Industry leaders predict the car shortage is likely the last through this year into next Many who spoke to The Wall Street Journal at the New York international auto show painted a gloomy picture of the inventory constraints that will continue to affect availability for both new and used cars People are flocking to one type of investment amid raging inflation There's a lot of interest in so called I bonds they're pegged to inflation and as a result ones purchased this month after offer a hefty 7% interest rate an expert say that number could go up to nearly 10% for next month A savings bonds can be bought through treasury direct dot gov Money news brought to you by Cox April is jazz appreciation month Just say jazz into your contour voice remote to discover new artists and explore this world of music on contour TV Cox bringing us closer Coming up after traffic and weather rush says it's one and the key Ukrainian port city of Mario pole It's 5 26 We're not sure which companies need to hear this but the perks that used to work to get the best employees are now Well kind of lame Look a home office beats a corner office any day of the week but if we have to come in a van pool ride to and from work makes it a little less painful Not to mention getting some cars off the road is way better for the environment It all begs the question If you're not offering a van pool option for your best.

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"sadi" Discussed on Ulti Soch

Ulti Soch

02:35 min | 9 months ago

"sadi" Discussed on Ulti Soch

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"sadi" Discussed on What's Wrong With Wrestling? WWE Recap Show

What's Wrong With Wrestling? WWE Recap Show

02:10 min | 10 months ago

"sadi" Discussed on What's Wrong With Wrestling? WWE Recap Show

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"sadi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"sadi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Denis Pellegrini here in the Bloomberg news room and that's right The CDC is warning people to stay away from cruise ships that says there is a big risk of catching and spreading COVID even if you're vaccinated if you set foot on a cruise ship And while cases of COVID are rising in the U.S. deaths are falling doctor bakti Hans Adi with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg school of public health says it's too soon to say whether omicron is less severe than delta Higher proportions are getting infected right now are unvaccinated but younger those that are vaccinated are also getting reinfected and they already have some immunity presence And that's doctor bakti Hans sadi with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg school of public health COVID booster for kids 12 to 15 could get clearance next week The New York Times says the FDA is preparing to give the booster clearance for that age group It's already approved for older teens President Biden getting ready for his second call this month with Russian president Vladimir Putin the Kremlin says Putin asked for the call ahead of NATO security talk scheduled for next month and Bloomberg government's Emily Wilkins reports the fact that President Biden accepted this call says a lot Biden does see Putin as someone who can he can speak with someone he can talk things through until he's hoping that having these conversations might prevent any sort of attack on Ukraine Bloomberg governments Emily Wilkins there and that calls set to take place in less than an hour we're tracking for you here on Bloomberg radio And more travel headaches today about 1200 flights canceled including.

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"sadi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"sadi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And backstage in San Francisco looking at London as it declares a major incident and it's down to the spread of the omicron variant Exactly right Mayor sadi Kahn says it's beyond the scope of business as usual and the official wording is likely to involve serious harm and risk to human life U.S. health secretary I mean a UK health secretary Sajid javid will not rule out stronger COVID rules before Christmas Day In the U.S. New York mayor Bill de Blasio is reporting on a record high case number for the second straight day would urge that the president invoked the defense production act and use every tool that the private sector has and the public sector has to continue to provide supplies here around the country De Blasio says if the trend continues the impact on hospitals could get critical something that doctor Anthony Fauci says yes it's possible It has an extraordinary capability of transmitting efficiently from person to person It seems to be overtaking all the other variants including Delta with a doubling time of about two to three days Fauci on ABC has heard here on Bloomberg says he hopes there is not a need to take government lockdown mandates And on his last day on the job the head of the NIH doctor Francis Collins says the country should be ashamed of the controversy created by misinformation about the importance of getting vaccinated How did that happen How do we get all this so mixed up with social media misinformation and political insertion into the discussion This is a thing for me and my last day as an arts director that I find particularly frustrating Collins on Fox heard here on Bloomberg and President Biden is set to warn of the danger in a nationwide peril of speech on Tuesday senator Elizabeth Warren has tested positive for COVID fully vaccinated and boosted first reports are mild symptoms New South Wales is set a new one day record over 2500 new cases Japan says it will wait until after the new year holiday to determine whether to extend border control measures Hong Kong held its first away from the virus by the way Hong Kong held its first ever major election dictated by law that quote only patriots can govern the city The turnout rate was shy of 30% an hour before closing This is in comparison with a record 58% in 2016 Meanwhile Hong Kong's anti corruption agency has issued warrants for 5 people for inciting others to cast blank votes in that election This follows similar arrests last week Taiwanese voters aligned with a position of president saying Wen's government on four issues and a weekend referendum a win for her ahead of next year's elections Death toll on the strongest typhoon in the Philippines to batter the Philippines this year is now reached at least 146 The governor Arthur yap of boho province says there may even be more destruction that has not been reported In San Francisco I'm at Baxter This is Bloomberg Brian Hey thank you very much The time just before 38 minutes until the top of the arles get to global sports.

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"sadi" Discussed on The Free Agents

The Free Agents

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"sadi" Discussed on The Free Agents

"Join the team in two thousand. Twenty two on a multi. Year deal this one's gonna be news. This is absolutely news in fact this has been a little bit predicted. There had been a lot of chatter in rumors that he was going to offer male right up until the last moment. I didn't believe it. Thou jury came to mercedes from williams. Williams has a mercedes engine. Toto wolff has a very strong relationship with williams team going back to when he was a partial owner of the organization and had said one of his priorities was going to be taking care of valerie in these upcoming years. I just always thought at the end of the day williams is gonna take boundaries. Their second driver. That's that's gonna be the guy. So i was still even despite all the rumors a little bit shocked to hear it absorbed. I think but i will be interested to see that being said it kind of fits with alpha males strategy not just swapping one finish guy for another but swapping a you know a kind of an elder statesman of the sport a guy who's been near the very top of the grid ito So that guy can come in and hopefully be a steady hand for the team help with development. Hopefully help maybe Shepherd along a younger driver. That's what they're hoping to get out of. Botas simpler what they've gotten out of rugged you mentioned in earlier he's going to be there number one guy sure seems like what do you expect from him as a lead driver on a lesser team. I think it's tough. Alpha male is in a really tough position right now. A i'm not convinced that they're going to be meaningfully more competitive than they were in this year. They don't feel like they have a lot of momentum going into so. I do think this is going to be a challenge for valerie. Back in the midfield scrapping. Despite what he did it monza in all brian overtaking we saw he actually from times from time to time has struggled when he found himself stuck in the middle of the grid. Even in a mercedes car So i think that's going to be all the more challenging in an alpha. I you Veltri cracks me up. But i i'm not super bullish on the idea that he's just gonna crush it in that seat so i'm not mistaken. You drive an alfa romeo. Now don't you. You're gonna get a battery sat or something like that. I guess i guess. I gotta be get a new favorite fan now yet. Totally botas guy over. There are third headline also from formula. One dot com mercedes announced. George russell will partner lewis hamilton in twenty twenty two. This is sort of news. Everybody expected to come. Is this the best possible. Pairing and formula one grade firmer. Sadi's it's definitely the best possible pairing and is it just period point blank. The strongest driver do on the grid. You probably yeah george. Russell is an exceptional talent. Guy looks to be among the kind of the next generation of top your talents with hamilton. You're talking about a guy who many considered the greatest driver of all time I think this is going to be it just electric to watch. It's going to be so fascinating to see what russell can do in a mercedes is going to be wild to watch. The team dynamics play out and see to what degree they try to make russell into a number to what degree does or doesn't accept that. And how hamilton continues to play or if he will play games inside the paddock with his partner. Because i that hamilton at times has been very difficult driver to be teammates with russell as a young guy has existed in those sorts of environments to date. So i it's gonna be really fascinating. I think it's going to be a real trial by fire for russell but we're also definitely gonna see him on the top step sometime next year. Do you think that he'll win. A world championship with mercedes. Russell i think so. Yeah do do you think like hamilton will take his experiences being a teammate to fernando alonzo when he was a really young guy and say. I don't want it to be like that. I want our team to be a little bit more less tension You know working together and then handing off the torch eventually. Honestly i don't i gambled gabaldon is in this sport to win. I think that he fully intends to.

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"sadi" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"sadi" Discussed on Car Talk

"The moment. Who's older first of all sure about that. Okay we'll raise the older one Ray graduated from high school in sixty eight and my father bought him a sixty eight camaro brand new with you know convertible the real real hot car so he loved it and then my sister graduated three years later and she got a brand new camaro and then my other brother. Tom graduated two years after that. He didn't get a car so raping the nice guy that he is. He felt bad for time. And he said i will give you this camaros sixty five convertible. No no he says. I'll give you this camaro under one condition that you would keep it in the family and you never salad because it means a lot to me so tom said okay fine. You know. i'll do that so he. He's kept it all these years and he's kept it up in the garage in the winter because he lives back east and he's you know. Put a brand new engine in it. Rebuilt the whole in and everything an meant condition. And of course it's worth a lot of money now. Evil older brother wants it back. No no well at the. i keep getting. Who's who confuse the younger brother tom. He body fifty thousand dollar horse and he needed some cash so he wants to sell the car. A horse hearth fifty thousand dollars. Yup and so racist. Tari i told you you know twenty five years ago that you can't salad legally it really is comes. Carbon ethically and morally we. I just want to know is just two guys with what you would do. What happened between those two guys. Are you kidding. Almost exactly the same story haruna might. Here's his his story. We'll get to your story. two minutes. His story is i see. My brother had the sixty five ramble. The didn't run anymore. Really read about renwick dream. This is an interesting. How people's perceptions of different right it ran on three cylinders out of eight. It was rust was up to the windows. Were holes in the roof and he asked me he said. Can i parked in your driveway. Like i don't know eight ten years until i get around to restoring it. I said a moment of weakness. Sure tommy and then one day. I came to my senses and i realized that he was never going to restore this heap because he had already bought another heap to replace it. At one point. I had a fifty six chevy a sixty five ambassador and fifty eight mercedes. That didn't run of course and had no doors but it wasn't worth sadi's right and the only reason you didn't ask me to store that one motorcycles it's my sister's in a motorcycle only the motorcycle he managed to sprinkle around jalopy's kind of all over the greater boston area and god knows how many frenzy imposed on the. Here's all these friends that don't speak to them anymore now. I know why my moped was. Shelley's house yeah. She got that stolen. So so i can. I can understand how how your brother feels. He he has this thing in his possession now. He is free to do with it as he pleases. What what possible. Well the situation is quite narrow because he has given the kyw gave the car. No he no. He didn't give him the car. Well you kill give. Somebody would restrictions any giving it to him. All your definition of a gift is is unconditional. Exactly brothers right now. Well that's why you called us. This is an absolutely unconditional say. I'm giving you this gift but no that becomes a loan. Why did he give it to him. And he's very sentimental. I mean he'd put this current his living room if he could. He can't afford to buy it and he has placed a store it so he really has no control. Your older brother is out of luck. Yeah estimate the the actual. What do they estimate the actual cash value of this car about ten thousand about ten grand. Yeah i wouldn't give you. Why did he want to buy a horse anyway. Pony back so it'll be worth more. I guess eventually when he can get out of it. Oh i see so. This is a racehorse. What good is this car doing. Your older brother who lives three thousand miles away from the car. Now he doesn't know they're both on the east coast one hundred and twenty miles from each shoulder. The older brother ray disease wiles lucien. I got the solution visit yellow physi- the young even what he's been being a. He's just being difficult. He just being difficult but the younger brother has the car in his possession. Of course sell at the title is in his name everything every he should sell it when when the brother asks about it he should say it's in the body shop right. I'd be happy you see but has been telling us that for two years you keep telling us he has a corvette. C variety says as luck would have it. It's in the body shop this year year. Right great advice so this car could certainly spend eternity in the body shop. Just like buggies car and and you're and your older evil brother all evil older brother will never know i'd ever ever seen another solution. Is that your wonderful sweet younger brother. Tom could go out. And buy ole heap camaro take to make all for one hundred bucks. They'll paint it. Throw it in the garage. Oh and sell the original. This is like the cuba konia m- trick right true. Because if he never put anything into. It should have a car from the same shape. Don't forget your younger brother. Put all the money into restoring it. If he hadn't restored that would be a heap. It's like all my boss were are not as you have. No pity at it for ray. no no none of you whatsoever. No because he gave it to him if he if he had read to him. That would as i did to my brother. I entrusted my to. My brother know lifted in his care. That's not the word that comes to mind. Foisted the word that comes to mind. I think she's. I think tom should go out. And buy an old beat up camaro in the shape that it would be in had he not invested the money in it. Sell the one. He's got for the ten grand by the damn horse. Whatever he wants to buy a horse for who knows. He's got to be a little wacko. Wait a minute the real the real villain in this is your father. Why didn't he by tom a car in for that. I don't know. I think his finances weren't quite Yeah but she should have. We should have been a better. He should have had a more diversified portfolio clicking clock capital depreciation phones. Obviously he has got from my graduation for years. After that you got nothing. I got a pair of context soft. Well since the. I hope they resolve this amicably to shoot one of them of humor. Anyway from it. This point i hope they can take a joke. See you later. A pleasure to talk to you. Bye-bye it's hard to believe that you can go from one. You can just jump from one to another. I go by decades. You notice that. I would fl fifties car. You ever wonder when you make an offer any of these cars where they never have with you jarred. I'll give you a hundred bucks. Dagan doesn't i've never put the. I never put to give them. 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"sadi" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"sadi" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

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"sadi" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

Chicago Tonight

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"sadi" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

"The past rounds of rental assistance to expedite getting the money out the funders provided a flat amount so in the fall edited. Buy thousand dollars which was really good. You know landlords intended needed that money but it doesn't quite satisfy the need. So i was very happy that both the illinois housing development cargo department of housing listed to comments from advocates landlords tenants and are making here with his twenty twenty one money making specific grades in the amounts of the landlords and tenants need to satisfy the obligation. This should pay off a rent that is due and as you indicated at the beginning also will pay three months going forward to really bring housing stability to the market. All right so carolina's we mentioned to me. It's been a tough year plus for renters but that also means a tough year and change for landlords that depend on rental income to pay their mortgages or other bills. that they have Could you just tell us The scope of the situation right now for homeowners landlords building owners. Well experience the people that are suffering the most the ones that are living in lower economic areas of chicago. Said it's been my experience. Most of my own are from arizona south and westside where rents are pretty inexpensive but relatively speaking But if people are either unemployed or they are working but they don't wanna pay because really care. Have you run into a lot of landlord saying that. They believe people can pay but they're not. Oh yeah lots. Thank one lady who is Sadi's shifts a red since march. April are michelle. You wanted to jump in. That's not to minimize the very real pain that that we assume most renters are going through right now. No doubt that somebody can find wine example of somebody who is abused this process. I mean nowhere. Us senators who traded on inside information. Anything is.

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Adam Levine, Adam Sandler And Adam Sandlers discussed on Lori and Julia

Lori and Julia

00:30 sec | 3 years ago

Adam Levine, Adam Sandler And Adam Sandlers discussed on Lori and Julia

"Now that he's off the voice Adam LeVine, has time to squeeze in a little side, gig and that would be playing Adam sandlers daughters, but mitzvah over the weekend, Adam Sandler was on Jimmy Kimmel, and he said he wanted to do something special for his thirteen year old daughter, Sadi's big day, so naturally as the stars. Do he texted Adam LeVine said, I'm sorry to do this, but my kids, getting but mitzvah, Saturday night. Which mean coming and singing a few tunes, it would be incredible, and Adam LeVine. Agreed he performed three songs with the band's lead guitarist James

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Trade pressures deepen as Daimler warns on sales

Bloomberg Surveillance

01:19 min | 4 years ago

Trade pressures deepen as Daimler warns on sales

"From new york city alongside tom kaine jonathan farrukh something today is going to affect your world we just know the democratic party at a bit of a crossroads politics policy power and law has a supreme court been pretty consistent weekdays at noon eastern on bloomberg radio this is a bloomberg market minute kroger is holding its own in the great grocery battle the largest supermarket chain posted quarterly sales and profit that beat analysts estimates pushing shares higher in premarket trading or sadi's benz maker daimler is the first prominent company to cut its profit outlook due to the escalating trade tensions between the us and china us investors still focused on trade this morning but the future is have even doubt some smp futures now down one dow futures down fifty five the nasdaq futures up to nine makes crude is lower by one and a half percent at sixty four dollars and seventy three cents a barrel today we're watching for weekly updates on jobless claims in consumer comfort and the may index of leading economic indicators wall street turned in a mixed close yesterday the dow fell forty two the snp added five the nasdaq hit a new record up fifty six points gina cervetti bloomberg radio.

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Dentist who fatally ran over cheating husband released from prison

America Tonight

02:21 min | 4 years ago

Dentist who fatally ran over cheating husband released from prison

"Eight four four forty one bible that's eight four four forty one bible eight four four forty one bible hey texas dentist who killed her cheating husband with her sadi's in two thousand and two has been released from prison clara harris texas woman who killed her cheating husband by running him down in a jealous rage has been released from prison after serving fifteen years of a twenty year sentence sixteen years ago harris gained infamy for running over her husband three times after catching him on his way out of a hotel elevator with his office receptionist a younger woman with whom days earlier he admitted to having an affair harris attack the woman storm back to her car and ran over her husband all of it witnessed by his sixteen year old daughter from a previous marriage the murder made headlines around the world i'm jennifer king baltimore's top police fisher has been suspended after being charged with failing to pay his taxes at a deputy commissioner has been tapped replacing for the time being police commissioner daryl desouza basis three misdemeanor counts of failure to file taxes this is townhall dot com lawmaker from japan's ruling party has been accused of sexism after he said young japanese women should have more children or they could become a burden on the state most people agree japan has a shortage of children but not everyone agrees with seventy two year old candy cocteau's solution he told a meeting of ruling party supporters when he gives wedding speeches he tells the bride and groom to produce at least three children he said if he meets a young woman who doesn't intend to marry he tells her she end up in a care home paid for with taxes of other people's children last year just nine hundred forty one thousand children were born in japan the lowest number since records began in eighteen ninetynine bbc's rupert wingfield hayes and east to more they're voting in their second election for parliament of less than a year after the collapse of a minority government worn these stories at townhall dot com patrick foss this warning to all household pests to all approaches were you born from nineteen forty five to nineteen sixty five people born during these years are five times more likely to have hepatitis c but most people don't know.

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Texas church shooting: Pair arrested after claiming attack was staged

The Glenn Beck Show

02:23 min | 5 years ago

Texas church shooting: Pair arrested after claiming attack was staged

"Breaking news station ipad alan a south korean officials says north korea leader kim jongun has expressed a willingness to discuss nuclear disarmament with the us and impose a moratorium on nuclear and missile tests during such talks president trump says many options are still in the day hopefully we'll go in the very very peaceful beautiful ban we're prepared to go whichever path is necessary i think we're having very good dialogue and you can certainly find out pretty soon what's happening but we have we have made progress is no question in the us office of special council announcing that white house aide kellyanne conway violated the hatch act weiss when speaking about last year's alabama senate special election correspondent m j lee says there are two factors that point towards violation one kellyanne conway was standing on white house grounds for the pointed that out the second thing is that kellyanne conway in both does interviews with introduced ask council to president trump's so very particular in using her title the pastor of the texas church where twenty six people were shot and killed last year told the san antonio newspaper the two people showed up for the at the church monday in claim that shooting was fabricated by the us government correspondent clayton level report tester frank pomeroy whose 14yearold daughter died in the massacre says the two claimed his daughter never existed and demanded to see her birth certificate they reportedly told him the shooting was staged pomeroy he says the two people were arrested but the wilson county sheriff's office hasn't confirmed the encounter in november investigators said the shooter died of gunshot wounds after being chased away from the church by two men who came across the attack on clayton 'evil right now it is fifty one degrees of albuquerque our next news update is at two o'clock i'm pat alamo ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy newsradio nina the company them him people's cars the manufacture mike ford gm sadi's exactly all of a major manufacturers have certified rv carpenters to repair the cars faith failed car crafters how did they get certified they have this specific training and equipment required by each manufacturer four or five in an accident i want the shot that knows my car the best while the company that builds it says car crafters klark grafters it is it's at sound choice hearing we have a.

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