18 Burst results for "Satoru"
"satoru" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Says from the years I live in San Diego. I learned that no matter how high the fence around your garbage cans, possums can climb it. Yes, I have very high walls and fences, but yes. It's a marsupial, like a kangaroo. I think I did know that. Okay. Wow. It's the only North American marsupial. How did he get here? Okay. By the way, can I just say this proves how non high strong and yappy? Adorable new dogs are Bonnie was sitting on my lap, and she was suddenly her ears went up, and I was like, what's going on? And I suddenly saw the possum, and she put you in the yap at all. She's just like, well, that is interesting. Look at that in the backyard. For small rats. Hi. Hi. The last time I called you gave me the RBO. About, okay. What's the RBF? Oh, resting bitch face? Okay. Yeah. Well, but it was more active. Oh, all right. And I love you guys. And I got the clip because I told the screener. It's like, well, do we gain shame? Elon Musk and I have no idea. Well, nor do I care. But it was just like a question, right? And then, let me start off the show today with George Soros Santos. Do we get him out of Congress by, you know, with this oh, I was just saying, if they want to ban drag performers, then that's how they would get Jordan Santos on top. And I'm like, I don't want to ban drag performers. I want more of them. No, I know you don't. And I didn't mean that with Elon Musk either. But I got the Chris is giving you resting bitch face right now, and I don't know. He's expressed in confused face. Well, the only thing is that that's all I wanted to say, and I got slam to like, I couldn't even say anything. Oh, you hung up on me. We're so sorry. I apologize. I hang up on a lot of people, but just only because of heartbreak songs. And two Stephanie's credits. It's usually me. Time consideration. Okay. All right. Well, we love you and we appreciate your contribution. Thank you so much. All right, thank you. All right. Way to go, Steph. What did I do? It's something I did previously. Oh, okay. Well, I always have resting bitch face. I'm having a bad life? Yes. Tracy in mesa, Arizona. Hello. Good morning. Good morning. So in March of 1982, I became a student at musicians institute in Hollywood there. And for the first month or so, I was waiting for an apartment to open up. So I lived with Friends of our family in eagle rock. And they had a pool in the backyard. And every morning I would get up and go jump and pull and swim a few laps and then take a shower and go to school. And then one morning I went out and I got up on the diving board and I looked in and there was a dead opossum at the bottom of the pool. Okay. And I never got in that pool again. And I don't think I got in a pool again for about another year. Well, we know they don't have to be out a little bit. Yeah, I know. Hey, I called every day this week. If I call again, my do I have to change my name to Kevin? Yes. Yes. Or if you could change your name to satoru. It's horror. Kitchen. Yes. Qatar rubbish. Just say it's guitar or Colin. Wow. Wow. Wow, that was a shot at the Kevin. Wow. Yeah. That was a caddy Kevin shot there. Wow. It was a good one. Okay. Oh, and now Kevin in Chicago is here. He's got words. Three, two, one. Oh, that was Butch. So no, I'm still trying to recover from my Vegas trip. But mama, you can confirm that going there when you're 41 is not the same as when you were 21. To Vegas? Yes. Yes. Right, yes. I was just there. Now that I am 41, correct. That's what I'm saying. Rudy Giuliani here. Mama, I finally caught up on the two of your shows that I missed while I was away. And I have a few notes. Oh good. She takes these really, really well. Oh my gosh, we love them. Go ahead. No, no. Not notes. Comments. First, your Biden's 5 or 6 veto pens joke from Friday was absolute fire and you get no respect. What was that joke? I don't remember that joke. You know what, what we say is so disposable that we have no idea what we said last week. It was the dirty Harry reference to 6 veto pens. Oh, do I have 5 or 6 vetoes? Yeah, thank you, Kevin. I got no respect in here. Thank you. It was fire. It was not as funny. It was not as funny as cooter Libby for Congress, but that's to be expected. Well, Jen kirkman is a professional award winning writer. I can't compete with that. Yeah. Next, I was excited to learn about your new babies, but I also, you also mentioned that Danny Sepp is moving in with you how exciting. I buried the lead, didn't I? Yes. You did the lead. Yes. When do we get to meet her and does she even know about it? She doesn't know about it. She does know about you. We're doing this. In the basement. We're doing it slowly. It's a very slow speed you haul. Because she's not giving up her place yet. It's a thing. Well, I will keep you posted. Second, Travis. Yes. Using a dog door is a glory hole would require some uncomfortable squatting. We need to work on that. Especially someone as tall as Travis. All right, I've never said I would have. Yes. I think you've lived here. Your time. No, no, no. A couple more. Oh, all right. Okay. Hello. I'm sorry that I missed your birthday, but I spent 7 hours in the spa, so I'm sure you're on that day, so you'll forgive me. I will forgive you. When I called on Tuesday, I forgot to mention, I do this thing on my flights where I watch movies like classic movies for the first time, and on the way to and fro, I watched The Godfather one and two, you have got to watch those movies. I've seen The Godfather. You see part two? I haven't seen it. I heard that's better. Yeah. Well, that's where the quote, my favorite part were the gun take the cannoli. And I can handle it. I'm smart, not like people said like dumb. Right. And that one's in the second one. I was waiting for all of godfather for that. Well, because the Trump defense has been having afraid of offer. And lastly. Is it Don or Eric? Who can vote? It's true. Oh, he has one more. If I do not speak to you tomorrow, I want you to have a safe trip Sunday and give grandma a big hugging kiss from all 6 million of us and wish her a happy 100 birthday. I will. Thank you, honey. Love you. That's a number that is sticking in our 41. And he always gives service to the big lie before I let him talk. If talker's magazine says we have 6 million listeners a week. It's true. It's true. Down in California, hello, Don. Hey, good morning, everybody. Just a quick note about the huckleberry Sanders and what's the name death dentist down there? Yes. With their COVID stuff that they've been announced. Correct me if I'm wrong, but practicing medicine without a license is illegal, isn't it? I mean, that's what they're doing. They're given medical advice and they're not talking. Yeah, they're also so political. It's dangerous. It's actually dangerous medical misinformation, but the point was well taken. All right, Ellie stall coming up. 45 minutes after the hour, this portion of the show. Brought to you by mamba socks. Today's performance day, thanks for
Talk Is Jericho
"satoru" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Talk about how enoki ended up falling out with new Japan because when I first started going to new Japan in 97, 98 inoki was around. To the point of, this is a great story. Maybe you can fill this in fumi. Enoki was around a few times and he actually tried to hypnotize me. Well, he was in that. He was going through this phase. Like I said, please fill in the story where I remember I was with Eugene nagata and nagata said when enoki comes in here, he's going to try and hypnotize you. He said work, just go with it. And I said, the goal with it, go with it. Okay, I don't know anything. I'm just so happy to be in New York because I work for tender for years. And I always wanted to work for new Japan. And here's inoki. Well, you and liger then? Yeah. Super ligo. You're one night. This was the following tour so I came to and the gnocchi comes in and he was talking to nagata and did some kind of a thing where nagata was like, oh and speaking Japanese and then he said to me and whatever the fuck he was doing and he goes like snap and I go and he goes snap because like where am I? Where am I inoki song? And afterwards the God I was like, good, good. Oh God. What the hell just happened? We're pretending to be hypnotized by enoki. He believes it's real, but it's not real. Do you remember anything about this fumi? Enoki being grandpa. You have to remember today's inoki generation and direct proteges. Ricky choshi fujinami generation. Then there's a three musketeer. Hashimoto. Nagata and those guys are like a grandchildren. We know key. So it's like they never really mingled. They're not that kind of cash in all those guys who are not around when innocuous traveling with everybody. Sure. Yeah, so it was like, yes, sir, you know, like a founder company, yes, sir, right? Yeah. And also, you know what he was really into the Supernatural thing then. Right, he was listening. Yeah, yeah? Yeah. Going through the phase of being a master hypnotist. Okay, well, I guess satoru sayama's that way too. Really? Really? Yeah, yeah, yeah. Actually, satoru sayama is the only one who talks back to gnocchi. Really? Yeah, I don't know why. Why? I have no idea it's like a favorite son. Who are carried in oak is back the longest. Yeah. All the way till his death, he was yes sir, yes, sir. You know, within. I was the only one talking back to, you know, like a very freezing. So what led to and you wrote about this detail, Dave, but what led to inoki's kind of falling out with new Japan? Well, I mean like, you know, new Japan in the 70s and 80s and 90s was very, very successful company. One of the most successful in the world. I mean, I would say with most years, after 84, WWF was number one. But new Japan was probably number two, except for that brief period where WCW was super hot. And then in the 70s, you know, new Japan was an 80s new Japan was probably as hot as any territory. So they were successful, but inoki had a certain mindset. You know, like we all grow up, and you know, I mean, you and you and me, Chris. I mean, we kind of have to fight this because we grew up with wrestling in a certain way. So we always naturally going to revert to in our day. And then we got to you know what I mean? Like, you can't get that way. We can't think it's like the 80s anymore. I mean, we can learn from the 80s. We have experiences from it, but it's like if we start watching a match and just go, you know, it's like, you shouldn't do this and you're moving too fast, so it's like it's a different generation. We got to, you know, you had to learn to you know what you know, but you also adapt to the current thing. So your knowledge is great, but you can't go in there and do the exact match that you did as a kid because you're not a kid and it's just a different, it's a different world. So inoki got over so big during those doing those martial arts matches. I mean, that's when he became, you know, more than a wrestler, like a national hero. So now you've got MMA, an MMA changing here MMA change pro wrestling to a degree. But it didn't change it that much. I mean, you kind of incorporated some MMA moves in the match and maybe you couldn't, you know, people know what a real fight is so you can kind of do little things in your match. Oh, hey, they're doing a real fight because you're copying some MMA spots. You know, it's kind of like a thing you can do. But with Japan, it was like, you know, inoki stuff and new Japan was built more than all Japan on like this is a real fight. This is a real fight and all of a sudden it's like it's not a real fight, a real fight doesn't look anything like this. And they're seeing MMA and so pro wrestling has to adapt to be what new Japan later became, which is more entertainment, but super exciting. And inoki kept wanting to go, but it doesn't look real enough, and he was trying to bring in the martial arts. Yeah, because he know he was making always making comments. In my days, there was no distinguish between wrestling and wrestling was another martial art, as opposed to wrestling was an entertainment form, as you have to go more to entertainment because you're not a real fight. And if they want to see a real fight, you could go watch pride in the stadium and it was really big. And pro wrestling needed to be, you know, tahu tanahashi does. You know what I mean? Like that's, you know, it's not real, but it super exciting and you know you get the audience in and you make superstars and all that. And enoki had kept wanting it to be what he was in the 70s where you would bring in so enoki would bring in
"satoru" Discussed on WGN Radio
"And you found an emergency and emergency room that limits themselves to emergencies. Paul sigurd, do you think that lari can do better? Well, she's dealing with something that is pretty widespread. These primary care doctors that are independent, the reimbursement rates they're getting are so low that they have to see a really high volume of patients to make that business model continue to be possible. So they're just not in a position to provide the same quality of attention and care that you would have grown up with, let's say. So it may be that it could be that you get better care going into that bigger system. I understand your hesitation with that in my comments earlier. I think I identified some of the misaligned incentives that can exist within that model or they're kind of forced to refer you within their own system for all care and so on. But it's a tough one and it doesn't have an easy answer right now. Yeah, good luck, Laurie. And I'm afraid that's the best I can offer you. Will in Austin, Texas, good evening. This subject got my fur up. Got hurt in Afghanistan, Fargo airfield, July 10th, 2006, as a contractor and I woke up in ranch time, Germany, and they repaired my, but so and my teeth and my gallbladder went out. So Aetna insurance paid for all this, and I really played her, I got back into Sherman, Texas and my filed got infected, so my wife drove me to the hospital. And they ran a tube down my throat. And charged me another $25,000. And Aetna insurance said well, your gallbladder and your bile duct is the same event, however, we're going to charge you another $4000. Deductible. So now I'm in $8000 deductible. And I'm protesting. This is not right. Okay, I understand what you're certainly protesting now. Do they have an appeals process with these insurance companies? I mean, how are you protesting will? I'm getting I'm getting to this. This is good. So I read everything and I 7 or 8 doctors got a $175 each. That reviewed photos of my admin, x-rays of my abdomen. And they're charging a 170 $5 please. Talking to the other people and I'm bringing this up. And they say, well, we're just going to go ahead and pay that. We don't care. And I said, and this is my point. Then I don't care about paying another $4000 deductible. And the Aetna lady said, okay, fine. Federal sense very satoru took over the insurance industry and destroyed the insurance industry. It's just the cash cow. And I appreciate what your guests are saying and I appreciate what you're saying. Okay. Anything you want to add quickly, Paul? Well, yeah, we put these insurance companies into this in a cost plus model with no max essentially. This medical loss ratio rule that came in 12 years ago is Affordable Care Act. So long as they spend 80 or 85 cents for every dollar they take in and premium on a claim, they can keep the balance, they actually don't care if 8 people reviewed that and charged a $175 each because they're on a fixed markup on all this service, unfortunately. And it is led to some very unfortunate outcomes in our system. So it would seem more to come back in just
"satoru" Discussed on Game Scoop!
"Final Fantasy 5. Iggy union, I don't even know how to pronounce that. Tomb Raider legend and metal slug. And then over on Nintendo DS, it was phantom hourglass, which I guess it would have just been revealed at GDC that year. Yeah. Okay. Final Fantasy three, Castlevania portrait of ruin, children of mana and Yoshi's island too. So all old games, except for phantom hourglass. Or and I guess portrait ruin is a new castle. So good too. I love that game. Yeah. But it shows you how enduring some of that stuff is, right? 16 years later and I think if you were to ask Nintendo fans, things that they wanted for a new Nintendo system or a lot of the franchise names would be the same, right? Yeah, totally. Yeah. Still getting man of games for the Nintendo Switch. On the top sellers for GameCube. I guess I don't remember how how dire a time it was for GameCube. In 2006, when we was about to launch because the bestselling game this month was over the hedge, which is like a tie into an animated film. Okay. And then others on the list are rampage total destruction, Naruto class of ninja. Mario kart double dash, which was three years old at this time. Super Smash brothers melee was 5 years old at this time. When I was in it and I had a GameCube at the time, I don't remember it being like that dry for being a releases. I do. Well, Mario kart endures on every platform, right? Like we were just doing something where we were looking at the bestselling games of 2022 so far. America's in the top ten. Oh wow. Yeah, Damon, I would say that that like completely sums up my experience with the GameCube because I didn't have another system for a long time. So that made it those dry spells were really dry. That's interesting. But you know, there would be like a summer that had prince of Persia sands of time and beautiful Joe and stuff like that. Those are really exciting times for the GameCube and it would go for a year after that. This is really interesting for me to hear everyone's experience because I was in 7th grade. So I wasn't allowed to go. I'm just like, ah, yes. I've heard of those games. You weren't playing any games at the time. In 7th grade? So I think whenever Twilight princess came out, my sister, my dad, actually got the way to play Call of Duty of all things. Yeah. So yeah, which if you remember, they had that weird gun like holder thingy for your yeah, so we played Twilight princess together on the couch. And I remember that, and I was like, oh, this is a really cool game, but I wasn't really allowed to play. I was a lot to have an hour of computer time. Like I was not gaming, so. But the Wii would have been your intro to console gaming than basically because Wii sports and everything. I think so. Yeah. I mean, my first ever game that I really played with was banjo kazooie, but that was like on a friend's head. Yeah. Cool. You're in good company with banjo kazooie. Yes. Here's Sam. Square Enix made Mario hoops three on three. Of course, I remember this. Cute. Wait, is this the reference on the cover? Yeah. Yeah. So Mario basketball game for DS that I guess included Final Fantasy characters in the game. I never played it. Yeah. That is a somewhat misleading cover line. What I liked about this game is that they made basketball outfits for all the characters. And they're adorable. Like I remember like daisy and peach and stuff like that. They just have like, everybody has like a cool like unique basketball uniform Bowser. It's really funny. They'd get art for it. Demo memo for DS owners, grab your DS and head to a demo station equipped store. You remember this being a thing? Yeah. That's how you got your Nintendo dogs from like Hillary Duff or whatever. Oh my God. I think they have them at like McDonald's too, right? Yeah, and I bet in Japan they were everywhere, but here it was like a GameStop thing, mainly. Yeah, you could take your DS to these stations and download demos for games like big brain academy, metroid prime hunters, over the hedge, maybe that's why they sold so many copies. Oh my God. And then in the big news in shorts, LucasArts has revealed that it's next Indiana Jones game due in 2007 will also crack the whip on DS the story remains under a veil of cobwebs and secrecy. What Indiana Jones game would that be? I do not know, but I didn't play it. I don't think it came out. Especially if it came up for DS also. I think there was a really bad one that came to like, we PS two and DS. Really? Around that time. Wait, when did crystal skull come out? Was that around them? Yeah, I totally was. Probably around, then yeah, it was 7 or O 8, right? Yeah, so I could have just been a straight up movie tie in game. Very avoidable. Nintendo breakthroughs. They're talking about the what the we connect 24 that service coming to Wii. But listen to the way they talk about satoru iwata back at this time. After hearing a few years of satoru iwata's predictions and plans, considered nutty no longer now that the Nintendo president's DS vision has become reality. The world has learned to listen to his every word, iwata offered his latest not crazy talk at Nintendo's corporate policy briefing in June, and then we touched on E three details about we and DSC discussed them in a way that showed more of the larger picture, plus they made big revelations as well. It just talks about how they're like blue ocean strategy and trying to cater to new gamers will also satisfying traditional hardcore gamers as well. But it's just strange to hear people talk about people. I don't recall iwata having doubts at this point. When did brain age come out? Because when he got the most right, so you remember all the stuff. I mean, I don't know if you had any of you or GDC where they handed out brain age to everyone there because it was such a sort of breakthrough in thinking on what the DS could be. And people are fully on board with what the potential of the DS was. And honestly, it was, it was kind of prescient of what mobile gaming could potentially become back then, right? Eventually, you can have a device in your pocket and you can do everything on it. Well, I do remember our editor in chief at that time saying the DS was Nintendo's Dreamcast and it was like the worst idea. So I know people thought that iwata was that they existence of the thing itself was completely crazy until it came out and caught on and of course we had a much quicker ramp up to being popular than the DS did. I think the DS might be my favorite Nintendo device ever. It's pretty incredible. So many I have so many fond memories of it. Yeah. And I think September O 6, the DS lite would have been out by now, I think. Yeah. I didn't remember this. Anyone remember the Nintendo fusion tour? Nintendo did its own music festival. Like a warp tour. Yikes. Never heard of that. Hawthorne heights, brilliant K, Emory, the plain white T's, the sleeping. So a bunch of emo bands, I think. I just don't remember, I don't remember Nintendo doing its own music festival. That's hilarious. It seems a little out of character for the one. I guess so? Yeah. Pretty cool for them. They had a preview for Castlevania portrait of ruin, which is amazing. Donkey Kong king of swing DS. Sam did you play that one? Yeah, that one you only control the L and R buttons.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"satoru" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Young Bloomberg radio, Karen. All right, we need to thank you. That's a Bloomberg business flesh. Two ideas. Would Roger Staubach ever do this? Oh, please no. No. I don't think so. He made a why haven't they called me? I want to do a crypto deal. Well, now the word is out of the money, right? Now the word is one of them, I'm sure they're one of our sponsors on some show. FT Tom. You can do an NFT. Bow tie NFT? Yeah, non fungible token. So thank you. Renee to thank you so much. Right now we're going to digress here to Macy's and it's not just the homogeneous. What did you say 30 something Harold square? Yeah, 34. 34 street and all that. It's a blue button, Danielle. Daniela satori cortina launches into the studio here, writing up on Macy's today. And what I noticed is basically from 2015. This is a rolling train wreck, it's cyclical, off the mat, pandemic, $5 a share. Yes, it's had a huge recovery. But is the tone as you talk to the cell side that people are enthused about Macy's or is this still a recovery project? That's a really good question, Tom, I'm sorry. I don't have too much to say about NFTs or Bitcoin related to Macy's. But even going into this report, analysts were expecting Macy's to give an update on all the strategies that they have in terms of smaller stuffs on every stores and such. But the question is whether it was actually going to make a difference for the chain as you were talking about. What's the mood? You know, we actually didn't get a lot of questions that are in the call about that. We only got a couple of questions related, for example, some of the smaller source that they have and also about the marketplace that they have. One of the reasons I think the marketplace came up is because it doesn't require them to carry a lot of inventory, which of course has been an issue. And that's something that they're working to draw down on right now. So as I walk through the flagship store in 34th street, I see floor after floor after floor of inventory. So what are they saying about their current inventory situation? Because I know it's a big, big issue for the retailers this quarter. We've heard it from a lot of them. And how do they plan on operating going forward? Basically, markdowns, that's one of the things that they set several times on that they expect to be at an appropriate inventory level by the end of this year. But the interesting thing we talked also about just the composition of the inventory basically allowed the pandemic categories did see a big decline, right? Like people are not interested as much in that casual and then stuff like that. But then they still see strength and stuff like workplace where. And speaking about, for example, the flagship store, they said that the return to offices has actually helped them because our people are stopping more by sorts like Harold square. So okay, the concept that I think is fascinating in retail and department stores is this concept as the industry is over stored. There's too many stores in the industry. Where is Macy's in terms of saying, how many stores do we need in this country versus how many do they have now? That's a good question. They actually launched a plan a couple of years ago to close some stores. And so one of the things that they're doing now is closing some of those big stores, opening some smaller ones, actually just in the earnings call. They were talking about closing a store in a mall in San Luis, for example, an opening a much smaller store, just two miles away, because what they said is when they had been closing stores in the past and could be seen as like firing the customer and they don't want to do that. They want to keep them. What's the tone? I mean, I saw comp sales today Bloomingdale's up 8% Macy's didn't get it done. Bloomingdale's is still a really small part of Macy's. Is there a drive for them to go luxury or do they stay with a traditional Macy's ethos? They did not really address that, you know, in the sense of whether they're gonna go luxury. That does not seem to be the case, but you know, yeah, you make a great point in which, you know, the comp sales for overall Macy's Angkor down, but use of blue mercury and Bloomingdale's, which are Martha. Fancy cosmetics. So it's like fancy Sephora. It's upscale too, exactly. And those did well, you know, Macy's. I was my house not found bloom mercury. Sephora is just killing it. I mean, the story of the street here is just all the time is packed. And they're in causal Mel, you know? Sorry. All right, so Macy's, it's not too early. It's never truly to think about the holiday season. What are they saying about the holiday season? What does Tom need to buy for this holiday season? Well, okay, so about the holiday season. That's one of the interesting contrasts that we're playing with now, because obviously they're trying to reduce inventories, but they still say, okay, inventors are actually going to be up a little bit because we're trying to prepare for the holiday season, you know, they can't be caught flat footed when people actually want certain things. So at the end of the day, it seems like what they're trying to do is not necessarily just cut and inventory to cut an inventory, but to have the right stuff and also the right prices in the right places. They're also talking about location specific pricing. They're saying that they're set you up on that question. What happens is they put me into the first door of Bloomingdale's here on 50 on Lexington avenue. I go in, they blindfold me. And then they spin you around like a top and you go down that front corridor. You have bags. And I have to put my hand out in point in whichever one I stop at and point at. That's the next bag for the keen family. Sure. That's how they just started sales. Sounds very scientific. It's very exciting. Thank you so much. Danielle satoru cortina with us here from Bloomberg. On Macy's Paul, I go back to the wooden escalator. Yes. And I'm sorry. I don't think we think rationally about Macy's because of the heritage. And you just think about the monster store they have there on 34th street and 6th avenue and you know ten mil satori cortina so large, she's going to be waving from one of the floats. Of course. Is that right? She's going to get a
WNYC 93.9 FM
"satoru" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Is supported by optimum business, a lot goes into small businesses and optimum business with 24/7 customer support provides reliable secure Internet with speeds up to one gig. Learn more at 866-218-0460. You're listening to the BBC NewsHour here on WNYC. Good afternoon. I'm Tiffany Hansen, coming up next hour. It is all things considered. We'll have the latest on President Biden's COVID status and his planned trip to visit flood ravaged areas of Kentucky. We'll also have more on Monday's deadline to file online or by mail for an absentee ballot for the upcoming New York August 23rd primary and Wednesday's live debate as well, coma derated by WNYC's Bridget Bergen with candidates in the tenth district. That's all coming up next hour during all things considered a heat advisory remains in effect until 8 o'clock tomorrow evening. Up to 80° now that the sun has peaked back out after The Rain. You are listening to the BBC World Service, this is NewsHour coming to live from London with James Kamara Sami. In the past hour, political change has officially come to Colombia as a Latin American country's first ever left wing president Gustavo Petro has been sworn into office. The former mayor of Bogotá, a guerrilla fighter in his early years, has promised to bring tranquility and peace to a country that still dealing with the aftermath of 5 decades of civil conflict. Together with francia Marquez's vice president the first woman of African descent in that position, mister Pedro has promised radical change, since his election in June he's been trying to build a broad congressional coalition to help him pass wide ranging economic and land reforms. I'll Sergio Guzman is director of Columbia risk analysis. It's a political risk consulting firm based in the Colombian capital Bogotá and I asked him what kind of expectations the new president was facing. Since the campaign, a very broad and ambitious set of reforms, he wants to end oil exploration, accelerate the energy transition significantly extends subsidies for low income people. He even said he wanted to make the government the employer of land reform. He wants to enact land reform. He wants to enact tax reform. And it's very unlikely that all of those things will pass through. But he's been trying to get this coalition, hasn't he in Congress to help him pass as much of that as he possibly can. Yes, but there's a big Austria skin there, because in Colombia, if political parties are either considered to be opposition or independent, nobody who's affiliated with that political party can have a post in government. And so I believe there's a reason for that that has a lot to do with a self interest of these parties to maintain bureaucratic positions in government. But when it comes to voting in Congress, they will probably look at many of petrus ambitious reforms with dismay. And it's very likely that they will be significantly curved. Is it just political or are they vested interest there that he has to take on and might find that quite a mountain to climb? Yes, and we've already begin seeing it this week earlier, the controller general was elected. And of course the controller general is the person who has to oversee how the government spends its money. And the administration of Gustav Petro had a selected candidate for this position, but it was these independent parties, some of whom had called to be part of the government coalition who selected another personal together. So we're already beginning to see friction within that government coalition. And what are the symbolism of him and of course his deputy taking over the first woman of African descent who will be in that position? I mean, how much difference is that going to make for the country beyond the policies? Oh, the symbolism is extraordinary James. I think one of the things that this government has been able to transmit is that finally there's a government in Colombia that looks like the people it governs. And that's not a small feat. Even though all our presidents have been male, only this is the second vice president who's a female in the first ever publicly elected official at that level who's of African descent. And so I do think that this administration will be high antibiotic gestures, petros already appointed an African Colombian ambassador to the U.S.. He's also appointed an indigenous person as ambassador to the UN. He's also appointed an indigenous person as director of the land restitution agency. So there will be a very high symbolic measure of Gustavo Petro's first 100 days. Thereafter, we'll see. Sergio Guzman of Colombia risk analysis speaking to me from Bogotá. Monsoon rains have created havoc across Pakistan, killing more than 550 people over the past 6 months, thousands of homes have been either partly or completely destroyed, so have roads and bridges. Now, correspondent pumps of a thumbs up fell on his visited some of the remote communities in Baluchistan, where the destruction has been worst. Aslam comes through the ruins of his home that daunting work of rebuilding begins. His village satoru in Baluchistan was laid to waste by the floods and not much could be saved.
Key Battles of American History
"satoru" Discussed on Key Battles of American History
"Yeah. Yeah, that is a really nice connection between the two. Right. Yeah, and it's just amazing that a psycho is definitely shows himself to be a survivor because he's the one that says, you know, he's the one that's like, why would I use a grenade on myself? I'm going to leave. And then when they're when they're fleeing across the lines and he's like, let them go. We crawl. Get down and crawl, you know? Don't run. Or wait for the, and then there's another scene where he says, wait for the wait for the star shell. For the flare to go out. Don't run out there when there's light. So he's definitely a survivor. He also says, don't go with the herd. 'cause they're gonna be the first ones to get shot. We'll stay back by ourselves, yeah. All right, very, very wise and sharp for someone that was a baker. But he's a survivor. By the way, this scene where lieutenant Ito, the Japanese lieutenant that wants to throw himself under a tank and then blow it up and himself. That is actually based on the real-life story of a Japanese officer named satoru, oh magiri, as told in the book the rising sun by John toll on. That's a classic World War II Pacific theater book written in 1970 and I read that and that was one of the many sources I used for my battle series. So that's a good book because he has a lot of stories like that just it's told to a large extent from the Japanese perspective. And so it's not surprising that they use that as a source for this movie. Okay, let's move on. So nishi and his men capture a wounded marine named Sam. And nishi, who, of course, is fluent in English. He converses with him in English. She shows him a picture of himself and his horse competing the Olympics..
What's Good Games
"satoru" Discussed on What's Good Games
"We all bring unique experiences to bear and there's value in having as broad a range of those unique experiences as possible. And again, I don't think that that's being done at the scale we need for this $200 billion industry in order to progress forward. Preach the good word Reggie. Yes, amen. It was something we talked about at the women in gaming breakfast during the game speed summit as well, this importance of diversity and inclusion, but also the differences. It's something you called out in your book too. I have a quote here that I was going to ask you about where you say true leaders passionately believe in diversity as a personal and professional imperative and take action. And I think you hit the nail on the head and Brittany and I are no strangers to having to take the band hammer out. It's actually kind of Britney's favorite thing to do. About taking personal responsibility for our community and saying, hey, we want this to be a safe place. We want gamers of all kinds to feel like they can come to what's good games, forums and have spirited debates about their favorite video games and not have to worry about somebody attacking them, but that takes work, right? So what kind of work do you think still needs to be done? Well, it absolutely takes work, right? In order to create a culture where people feel free to provide their opinion, they feel free to have the debate and I'll even say to have the argument. Having an argument is a good thing, right? Do it respectfully, do it with clarity, but deal with the issue, right? Don't attack the person. And navigating that is just so incredibly important. And I say this with confidence that I have done this throughout my career, you have to address this issue. You need to be clear in stating your own beliefs and priorities around the issue. And then you have to walk the walk and you have to take action when it's required in navigating toxic behavior out of an organization. And look, I do believe as an industry, this is something that is being taken more and more seriously. I've been asked to spend time with a number of organizations in my role as a consultant and as a public speaker to talk about this very issue, but much more needs to be done. And it needs to be done at every at every company dare I say, and at every level within those companies. What is the importance do you think, and how does this apply of being personable? Now, I think what I think of personable folks at Nintendo obviously originator, you know, you were like the face of the company in that sense, you had all these fun memes. I feel like the audience really connected with you. And in this area, this era of social media, we see a lot of brands really leaning into that. I think of specifically Xbox. I love what they're doing with their social platforms. They're always interacting with fans. And I think what that does is maybe it gives folks a pause before they rage on the Internet and say something really asshole ish. You know, it's like, well, there's actually a person behind this screen name right here. You know what I mean? So I think of also other companies right now like Sony and Nintendo specifically who kind of are sticking to the more traditional trajectory of their interacting with the audience but not to the level xboxes and not to the level that a lot of indie studios are. What is the importance of being personable you think going forward in this industry and how much of an impact do you think that's going to have on communities? Look, I think it's very important. And in particular, I pride myself that the Reggie that was on all of those videos. Is the same Reggie that are employees saw in the lunchroom and throughout all of the interactions. It's the same Reggie that showed up to board meetings. It's the same Reggie that showed up at home. It's always the same person. And that authenticity, I think, is critically important in creating that relationship with the broad community. I agree. I think the team at Xbox and all positively call out Phil Spencer. I mean, the feeling that you see on video is the same field that you're going to experience if you happen to be matched up playing one of his favorite games on the Xbox. And that type of offense authenticity is something that the fan base really sees. You know, I was fortunate at Nintendo that, you know, it was I was the right person at the right place to be part of the face of the company. And the fact that satoru iwata Shigeru Miyamoto accepted me as part of that triforce, if you will, was just incredibly special. But it was it was a moment in time created by them and created by my own, my own being, my own personality, everything that I stand for and the way that I put myself forward, that it came to be. Who knows if there will be a similar situation, whether it's that company, whether it's Sony, whether it's any other.
What's Good Games
"satoru" Discussed on What's Good Games
"So looking to get all types of different inputs that lead you to make smart recommendations, smart decisions to move things forward. When in the book, I highlight a number of areas where I was able to push an idea forward a non traditional idea and to get that implemented in the marketplace. The best example being the pack in of we sports with the Wii proposition. But in the book, I also highlight there are times when you get an answer that is no. And you at that point need to accept it and move on and execute to the best of your ability. And that was with Nintendo three DS and launching that device at two 49. I was passionate that I thought the price was too high. Especially given the lineup of games and when we would be launching key pieces of software, ocarina of time, 3D, didn't come out until later in the summer. We had great content coming out for the first holiday of the platform, but when we launched in March and for those next few months, the pipeline was somewhat dry. And so I thought the best overall proposition would have been launching at one 99, given all those factors. But, you know, satoru iwata said no. And at that point, my job as leader for the biggest part of the global Nintendo business was to execute to the very best of our ability, which we did. And by that, I mean, retailers had appropriate levels of stock. They didn't have excess stock as many other different regions did, which led to a host of other issues that we dealt with down the road on a global basis. But any leader is at times in a situation where what they want to do is not being accepted, whether it's by shareholders or other senior management, and at that point you have to execute to the very best of your ability and move forward. Absolutely. I was going to ask that question too, so beat me to it, but very interesting. I had the part of your book pulled out when you talked about overstepping authority, both in good ways and bad. And telling the difference. And I think a lot of it's gut feeling too, right? Of thinking, well, you know, I may think that this is the right thing to do and then in hindsight, I guess it actually probably wasn't the good thing to do, which I guess is something you just kind of gotta learn over time. I did also think it was interesting in your book you talk about several stories. Well, you don't talk about several stories. What you specifically call out is about toxic bosses. And the reason I brought this up is that there's been stories over the last few years in the video games industry about some pretty toxic workplaces, toxic bosses, most certainly affecting people's workplace happiness and their overall health in the video game industry. And you say, you know what? The so what is if you have a toxic bot, you just got to get out of there. But what if you can't just get out of there? Is there things that you would recommend for people on how they could potentially cope? With that situation, or do you have strategies for how people can exit from a kind of toxic workplace environment? Yeah, so I'm going to answer that question from two standpoints. So in the book, I highlight a situation where I had a toxic boss. And I did my very best to try and deal with the situation. But I came to the realization that there was really nothing I could do. And that the best way for me to move forward, given my own mental health, my own personal desires, was to exit that organization. And regrettably, you know, many people get to that type of situation where they've done their best, but truly the right thing for them is to exit because oftentimes toxic bosses do leave a trail of good people who exit and leave them and they go ruin many different organizations throughout their career. The other way though that I want to answer this question is what happens when you're a senior leader and you're responsible for an organization. And that's where it is your responsibility to identify those toxic individuals. And to first give them the opportunity to get better and to address their issues and weaknesses, and then secondly, if that can't be done, then you need to exit them from the organization. And I say that and it may sound cold. But I do believe as a leader, your responsible for the culture, your responsible for the people. And when you have situations where behaviors are inconsistent with the culture you're building and they're inconsistent with what you're trying to achieve, then you need to exit that person in order to have the best outcomes for their people and the best outcomes for the overall organization. To the point about overall toxicity in this industry, I do believe a big part of the issue is that we do not have senior leaders who are standing up to shape their culture and therefore taking accountability to address toxic behavior when they see it. And to exit those individuals and really make it a priority for the culture of the organization to be healthy. And the other piece is I do believe that there's not enough focus on truly driving broad diversity within this industry. And when I talk about diversity, it's more than your sexual orientation or the color of your skin. It really is recognizing that we all bring unique experiences to bear and there's value in having as broad.
Kinda Funny Games Daily
"satoru" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"I think for everyone kind of involved, so I think hopefully from this, we see a general better treatment of contractors, both at Nintendo and also throughout the industry. It'll be interesting to see too what really comes to this because one of the things the article talks about is how much is Nintendo aware or do they care about the reportings that have been happening in addition to like the IGN one, of course, is the talker reports and all the other ones, and they mentioned in the article employees thinking, oh, I wonder, how's Japan heard about this? And if so, what do they think? So I think it'll be the interesting thing is because Nintendo is so quiet and secretive. I don't know how much more of a follow-up will really get on this story specifically, but hopefully if nothing else we see them start to shift towards more of those full-time positions and maybe this doesn't end up making the splash. I think for Nintendo who is so precious about their perception of how people how people perceive them, especially for Nintendo America. That is beholden to what's going on in Japan, right? They want to be the darling. They want to be the sweetheart. They want to be folks that are known for excellence, right? And I think for how rare these reports are because I think there is such this culture of secrets at Nintendo, but then also, it seems like they tend to operate above the board most of the time. And that's me, that's me very much like anecdotally, just looking at them compared to like what I hear about Nintendo versus what I hear about other companies. I would think that them seeing this would cause some sort of level of shift or some level of self reflection, but that said, right? It seems like for what the problem is. It's going to take a large ship turning, right? It's going to take a lot of effort to figure out what to do with all these contractors that they have and the workflow that they have because redefining your workflow is difficult. That is not an easy thing to do when you have all these people, and you have something that may or may not work for you. I also think the interesting thing would be to look at how this happens. How do you get to this place? And there, I want to go back to the cap Bailey article for one more thing. I want to reference here because she does have a segment here, that talks about the shift that happened around 2015 for Nintendo. So to hop in back into the middle of the article. And again, I 1000% recommend if you are fascinated with the story, go to the IGN article. It is long, but it is a very good read, it can't be absolutely killed it. But jumping into the middle of it, where she talks about changing times for Nintendo, it reads like this. Most employees, IGN spoke with agree that Nintendo of America's culture started to shift around 2015. It was a particularly tumultuous period in Nintendo's history. Noted for the struggles of the Wii U and the sudden death of CEO satoru iwata. It was a sharp contrast to the opening of a new NOA headquarters, just 5 years before, when the company was still enjoying the double success of the Nintendo DS and Nintendo Wii, two of the biggest bets in Nintendo history. Jen, a former contractor who was at Nintendo for ten years, remembers both of these eras. Speaking with IGN at where Zoom, she talks about how there were many opportunities to become a full-time employee at NOA when she first started. Even four support specialists working in areas like the call center. Quote, when I was there, contractors actually had a path to employment. In 2009, you could be a phone rep and an NOA red badger. And I started aiming for that. And I aim pretty high, trying to get as many cases as possible, Jen says. Business was booming for Nintendo in 2009. In December alone, Nintendo sold some 3 million Wii consoles, fueled by a price cut earlier that year. Nintendo's big bet on most controls and the blue ocean had paid off spectacularly, but the good times that soon be coming to an end from Nintendo. The Nintendo three DS was released in 2011 and immediately stalled. Burdened by the lack of compelling launch lineup, the rise of smartphones and the 249 99 price point. Nintendo was forced to move aggressively slashing the system's price and ruling out special benefits for existing owners. A year later, Nintendo released the Wii U, which fared even worse. Despite the downturn, no one at NOA were too much about layoffs, Nintendo was not that kind of company. In fact, iwata famously took a 50% pay cut following the three DS's sluggish launch with other board members also taking similar pay decreases. Quote, I know that some employers publicized the restructuring plan to improve their financial performance by letting a number of employees go. But at Nintendo, employees make valuable contributions in the respective fields. So I believe that laying off a group of employees will not help to strengthen Nintendo's business in the long run, iwata told investors back in 2013. Excuse me. They go on to talk about a lot of what he was doing there, right? And they mentioned that that was pretty much the start of the shift right after the passing of iwata after the downturn that you saw with the Wii U and the launch of the three DS three DS would eventually go on to sell way more units. It seemed like that caused a shift in terms of how the company start to look at money and hiring. And right now, it seems from the article the sentiment is, hey, we do not have a lot of space to hire on full-time. That is why we go with contract. It's because we do want to kind of hold the line and not hire a bunch of people to pay them and have to treat them like full-time folks when we can just have contractors on. And so again, I point you toward the article if you want to learn more. But Janet, before we move on, do you have any final thoughts on the story? Thanks. So I think the final thought I want to leave is it's always important to, I think, be wary and also aware that every company is going to have its problems and that hopefully this doesn't come as like a crazy shock to people. The idea that there would be anything negative to say about Nintendo. Yeah, exactly. And that's not to say that this means that it's no big deal because everyone has problems, but just to say that never take those things at face value in terms of, oh yeah, this is like a great place to work and everything's great and there's low turnover. Everything's going to have its different issues. And it's of no surprise that this would be a pain point. Hopefully we also hear more about, I guess, like the contractor side of things. Obviously, I know there's a big difference between full-time and contracting, but I think I'm of the mind that every worker should be treated with respect and given a path to being full-time and also having transparency and what their path in their career is. That's an ideal situation. So hopefully maybe we hear more about this from other companies and how they approach contracting and that becomes like another, I think, pillar for trying to move workers rights forward in the industry. 100%. Janet, I want to take a break for a second to let people out there know that you can go to Patreon dot com slash kind of funny games where you can get the show ad free and speaking of ads, let us tell you about our sponsors. Shout out to.
"satoru" Discussed on Game Scoop!
"Who made this game? We got one question. Who has a guess? Who's left? It's not Nintendo Konami Capcom well, I don't know. We didn't ask techno explicitly. We just asked about sports. But what would you guess if it was tecmo? I guess. I don't have a guess. I was trying to eliminate what would we guess even if we knew that. And I don't have anything else. I'm also tripped up by the developer being around, but not the game series. I don't know what to do with that. That's why I'm trying to think of what Japanese developed games because then there was like weird but then also it being role playing games like there's like falcom made all kinds of NES RPGs, but we know it's not an RPG, so it can't be like a ship. Yeah. Yeah, so it's not any of the space shooters. This is gonna kill me. It's gonna kill me that 'cause I feel like I probably will know it. What about like, did anybody else other than Nintendo make a blaster games, make any of the games for the gun? What about like, oh, it could be namco, so it could be like, it could be like point blank. Something else. So ask if yeah, was this going to be like, yeah, like PacMan. As we'll just. Is it a namco game? No. We're afraid that. I give up. Any guess? I could reveal if we are not going to get, I don't know. I mean, what's a guess on anything based on everything we've just asked? It's got to be a one off can't be a series. It's not a licensed game. It doesn't necessarily have to be a one off. It just means it's a series that's no longer going. Yeah. Yeah, I picked this game for a couple reasons because CJ is here. I thought he could probably get there. This hurts me. It can't be bionic commando. That would be the only guess that I can, but the developer of this game is still around and just released a high profile game recently. What? A high profile game. Is I keep thinking. Wait, hold on. What about armored core or is it from soft? Wasn't their first game king's quest? Did they go? Do they go back to NES? I think so. I even know I worked on a feature about the history of from soft several years ago and now I can't remember. I feel like I'm gonna be a fan of this game. It's not king's class. It's king's field. Right, but king's field is like a PS1 game. I can't think of anything they did before that. Hang on, was the game released within the last like, oh, you don't have any more questions. You got a question? Okay, let me just maybe I think trade west. I can't remember. If it is from, I wouldn't know what the game is. Yeah, double dragon. That's what that's the only other thing, so. Okay, it's not double dragon. I'm afraid. I know the developer of this game is Hal laboratory. Aw. Just released Kirby and the forgotten land. And in 1989, they released adventures of Lolo. The NES, which would go on to have two sequels, cute little puzzle game. Wait, what is adventures of adventures of Lolo? Oh, Lolo, yes. So that was the only thing that I was going to eliminate. I was thinking bomberman and Lolo because what do you classify these games really? They're puzzle games. Puzzle games? Puzzle games? Yeah. That was that would have been a hard one to get to. Bomberman was the only other game that I was potentially thinking. In your genre coverage, you missed that, you missed over you skipped over the puzzle genre. The puzzle genre. Yep. Yeah. It would have made me stronger that we didn't say. Just Nintendo not own how. I don't know, maybe they outright on them today. I'm not entirely sure actually I have their Wikipedia page. Is a Japanese video game developer? Well, it's independent, but closely tied with Nintendo throughout its history. Often referred to as a second party developer for Nintendo. Interesting. There were a number of Lolo games actually. The three of them. Adventures of low one two I do remember playing them. But yeah, that is definitely, that was not one that even if we had a guest puzzle games not at the top of mind, even for knowing it was tendo. I would have known it. That's the time when satoru iwata was at Hal. And then they weren't so closely with Nintendo and then you would go on to become CEO of Nintendo. Yeah, nice. I remember the box art of those games. I think they probably would have been like in the late 80s, right, early nights. First one is 89, and then it went over into the early 90s. Yeah, it was right after the Super Nintendo Mario three launch release, because I think that yeah, there is even Nintendo powers that featured it where I remember reading and seeing it. Ventures of Lolo. CJ. Maybe for your next appearance on game sweep 6 months from now. The holiday edition. But thank you for the suggestion. Skylar from Boston, viewers and listeners. If you have your own suggestions for 20 questions, email them to me at the email address, game scoop at IGN dot com and that is all the scoops that we have for you. This week, CJ, thank you so much. Always a pleasure. Thanks again. Until next time, thanks for joining us, Mark. Thank you, Justin. Thank you to Alan working behind the scenes to make this episode possible. My name is Damon. This is IJ and Gates and routes..
Bob Bain's Farside: Paranormal Podcast
"satoru" Discussed on Bob Bain's Farside: Paranormal Podcast
"And provide a cover for him, but then they killed Barack Obama senior off in 1982, and then ordered Barry toro to change his name to Barack Obama. The second because they had time traveled darpa CIA time traveled, had time traveled to January 20th, 2009, and had verified that Barack Obama the second would become president of the United States. So they did one of those legends on him. They created a legend. In other words, he manufactured person called Barack Obama, who was in the person of either Barry satoru or the son of Muhammad Cebu. So the person who's in The White House is operating under a variety of right now, and that's what we call a manchurian candidate. Has president Obama ever alluded to or directly mentioned his jump room involvement? Yes, he has. Bernard Mendez is one of the eyewitnesses that we mentioned, Bernard men's Mendes is cited in the book the omniverse Bernard Mendes was a jump room participant and led Barack Obama on his jump rooms to Mars. And Bernard Mendez is a president's U.S. presidential adviser. And member of the armed forces on deployment to CIA. And Bernard Mendes as many, many contacts within the U.S. government. And about a year ago or so, he put out a back door query up to the Oval Office. And president Barack Obama confirmed that he had memories of the Mars jumper and program that he had memories of it. And so we have a back door confirmation of it. Interesting. That is very interesting. What type of impact is this information going to have on our lives? Everything we've discussed here today, the omniverse, the alien influences in our lives. How does that impact our lives today and in the future? Well, that's what they used to call the 64 dollar question. Or $64,000 question. And what impacts it's going to have is how far and wide, the propagation of the information and insights in the book, the omniverse goes and whether or not there's a sea change of transformation of consciousness around that or whether this book is an insights or basically buried in, you know, things continue on for another century or not. And everybody, as you well know, right now since 1973 forward and then again in 2012 and now everybody's saying, oh, 2017 is going to be the year of the great shift in consciousness. Now it's going to be 2025. You know, everybody has their favorite year where they're betting that the great shift in consciousness is going to be. That's right. Where the quarantine comes off and everybody, the lightbulb goes off and everybody's head. And everybody says, wow. We're members of a populated.
Bob Bain's Farside: Paranormal Podcast
"satoru" Discussed on Bob Bain's Farside: Paranormal Podcast
"Secret space program and jump start its landing on Mars and its colonization of the solar system from Mars on outward. Interesting. Yeah, and so as a future president, they chose Barack Obama to be part of that program. They also chose anti bacha as a future president. And the fact they teamed up Andy beshal and Barack Obama and made them roommates in that program because they were both future presence. At the time, Barack Obama his name was Barry saturo, who was the name of the Indonesian father, although there's some question as to his real Indonesian birth father is Muhammad Sabu, who was an Indonesian Islamic cult leader because his CI handler and the woman who ended up as the state of Hawaii Department of Health lady who was in charge of the birth certificates who issued Barack Obama fraudulent birth certificate and then ended up with a plane that she was on crashing and her dying in that crash. She was also a member of that co. So there's a whole question as to how much of a of a manchurian candidate he is and whether or not the entity in The White House is a manchurian candidate of this Islamic cult leader. And in any event, we know that Barack Obama is at least a CIA manchurian candidate because we have it on record here in British Columbia that in October 19, let's see it was 19 82 Barack Obama went into a court house here in kukum chick, British Columbia, not too far from Vancouver, where I live, and I'm speaking to you now and changed his name from Barack one night, which was a name a false name an alias that the CIA had given him because he was a CIA operative at that point and had false papers in that name to Barack Hussein Obama the second. And the son of Barack Obama senior and Barack Obama senior was a mid level Kenyan civil servant who had just been killed in an auto accident, which was actually a political assassination by the CIA in Kenya who killed him off so that dead man don't tell any tales because Barack Obama senior had been involved in 1971. In a cash payment and meeting in Honolulu, Hawaii, whereby he spent 6 weeks agreeing to be the father of Barry satoru, the then ten year old Barry satoru..
GOOD PODS DON'T HAVE LONG NAMES
"satoru" Discussed on GOOD PODS DON'T HAVE LONG NAMES
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"On your record whatsoever. It can't be understated. How many people watch jeopardy. It's still the number one show in syndication loss viewers since alex trebek's death. I've been looking satoru ahead looking for somebody who eventually be eligible for sainthood right. Not even know why please news. Sports broke yesterday. The patriots are done with the shenanigans of cam newton. He did not make the patriots fifty three man roster beacon host jeopardy luck. I'm closer to sainthood than cabinet. Alabama's mack jones won the starting job in new england. And the first team that said to be looking into bringing cam in. Is the cowboys. Camp tweeted out that he appreciated all the love and support. But don't feel sorry for him. He's good and now the nfl players association is investigating the jacksonville as menace would say jag wires. Because their head coach urban meyer said he and general manager trent balch took players vaccination status into consideration during final roster cuts. I'm sure every coach did set it and now he's being investigated. I'm sure if you had two players one was on the bubble and there on the bubble was gonna make it was not going to the vaccinated guy made it. Of course i guarantee you. That happened on every single team. Because if they have to Forfeit just cam newton. Right exactly a co- vid misunderstanding. What's that what is so the saints announced yesterday that they plan to be away from new orleans for the month of september as the city continues to recover from hurricane ida. They're staying in the dallas fort worth area and that the idea is that they're going to be playing their home games at cowboys. At and t. Stadium which includes their week. One game against the packers cowboys week. One game is in tampa on thursday. Nights ninth ninth to open up the nfl season and the saints as you know canceled. Their final preseason game against the cardinals because they had to get out of new orleans before hurricane ida hit and the saga of the britney spears conservative ship took another turn yesterday her father. Jamie asking for two million dollars in exchange for stepping down from this but It'll cost you two million bucks. Which do this just plays exactly. What birdies has been saying is just taking advantage of her. Well he calls compensation for all of his hard work. But what do you think you've been getting this whole time. Yeah her team calls it. Extortion sounds like i feel bad for her lawyer. Says mr spears blatant attempt to barter suspension and removal in exchange for approximately two million in payments on top of the millions. He's already reaped from ms spears. Estate is a non-starter is what he called it. Regardless of the past mr spears. His counselor are now on notice. The status quo is no longer tolerable. Britney spears will not be extorting. I really love my daughter but not two million dollars lover care about her. Mental health is really been working hard on this conservative ship. Serves compensation yes They want jamie out asap by the way they say britney spears life matters or well-being matters everyday matters in. There's no basis to wait for him to be done in charge of this conservative. We talked about that picture of the police officer in alabama eric fields. Who looks exactly like the rock at least in certain photos from certain angles. Dwayne johnson is see the photos and would love to have a drink with eric as long as they're drinking the rocks at brand of tequila. Of course the rock tweeted out. Oh ish wow the safe brother and thank you for your service. And one day. We'll drink hair. Amana and i need to hear all of your quote rock stories because i know you've got him i'm reading. That's on the radio. All right thank you very much. Rival randy drink with iraq to randy. Police officer looks ripley. 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"satoru" Discussed on WBUR
"The highest daily number since the airlift began. The increased pace comes as president Biden faces pressure from allies to extend the deadline for evacuations beyond the end of this month. And maintain a military presence at Kabul airport. Sikander Kamani is in the Afghan capital. There is still large crowds outside carbon airport. Many of those gathered having been given permission to board an evacuation flight but is still hoping somehow to be able to leave the country. Whilst conditions remain dire, with whole families camped outside the gates. The scene has been slightly less chaotic than in previous days. Close to the gate of the compound controlled by British forces. Taliban fighters have been helping filter those who have the correct paperwork from those who don't The UN human rights chief has called on member states to create a dedicated body to monitor Afghanistan and warned the Taliban that rights for women and girls on a red line, speaking in Geneva at an emergency meeting of the UN Human Rights Council Michelle Bachelet said there were harrowing and credible reports of violations committed in areas under Taliban control. They include, among others, summary executions of civilians and all the combat members of the Afghan National Security forces restrictions on the right of women, including the right to move around freely and girls right to attend school. Recruitment of child soldiers and repression of peaceful protests, an expression of dissent. Many people now fear Reprisals by the Taliban against those working with the government or the international community. The authorities in Senegal say the former president of Chart Hussein Hambre, has died. He was 79 Africa Regional editor Mary Harper reports saying Hambre was known as Africa's Pinochet, a commission of inquiry found he ordered the killings of more than 40,000 people and the torture of 200,000. People were targeted simply for belonging to ethnic groups believed oppose Mr Hambre. He was eventually tried in Senegal by a special African Union backed court. The lawyer who represented his victims said Mr Hambre would go down in history as one of the world's most pitiless dictators. At least two people have been killed and another abducted in an attack on a military academy in Nigeria. An army spokesman said. Unknown gunmen broke into the campus in the northern city of Kaduna in the early hours of Tuesday morning. The Nigerian Defence academy is the country's top military college. Training officers from Nigeria and other African countries. There have been dozens of attacks and mass abductions in northwestern states in recent months. World News from the BBC. Diplomats from the European Union and Britain say they're concerned by the arrest of dozens of protesters by Palestinian security forces in the West Bank and reports of their ill treatment. Several of the detainees are still in custody. The diplomats called on the Palestinian authorities to meet the standards of international conventions on human rights, which they've signed up to. Ukraine has marked 30 years since it declared independence from the Soviet Union. With a military parade through the center of Kiev. Tens of thousands of Ukrainians lined the streets to hear President Vladimir Zelensky. Declare the territories currently occupied by Russia or Russian backed fighters would eventually be recovered. Russia annexed the Crimean peninsula seven years ago, and separatist rebels continue to control large parts of eastern Ukraine. Court in Japan has sentenced the head of a powerful crime syndicate to death by hanging. It's the first time a senior member of Japan's mafia has been sentenced to death. The court found numerous Satoru who heads the Kudo Kai group. Had ordered four assaults, one of which resulted in death. The 74 year old denied any involvement. The national teams of the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo have been taking part in the opening ceremony. The event will see over 4000 athletes from more than 160 countries taking part in nearly two weeks of competition. And he Swiss in Tokyo says these games are happening in unprecedented circumstances. There is still a state.
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How to Build a Successful Value-Driven News Membership Model
"Read many stories about news innovators in europe and the united states. But what is it like to lounge digital bone outlet in the global south. What are those challenges and opportunities for funders who take the plunge in those countries. Our guest today is one of those founders. He's name is tiny gut. He was editor chief. John one of argentina's newspapers and in two thousand seventeen. He laughed to find rhodesian one of the most innovative examples of digital newspapers in the global south today china will talk about membership human journalism and social empathy and how to measure success of audience participation chine- welcome and thank you for being with us today. Thank you very much thirty for this invitation for having here. I'm regulatory audience of this podcast. So pleasure and a privilege to be thanks. Thank you so much. So i want to start with a personal question. What did you do. Why did you leave a good secure job at an established newspaper to lounge a small new startup. that's a person in question and to make the long story short. I would say i when i was twenty seven year. Old longtime ago any flow very particular path. Down there are a decider graphic. satoru Decided rector innovation director and finally eighteen chief and twenty one is at the company and for years eight chief. I decided to step down And i would say sort of to change the nature of of my challenges. Of course it was a big and beautiful challenge to lead that talented newsroom of almost two hundred people And we work and we do have a lot of fun and success in bringing into the twenty first century Great media brand Born in the nineteenth century But on the other hand today i feel that is also an enormous and also beautiful challenge to create a new media bencher from scratch So to bringing a small but also very talented team That by building this this new media we are trying to answer some essential questions to to our craft journalism and also to me. So how can we acknowledge the the media fatigue And media avoidance phenomenon for example. Or or how can we cover the most pressing social issues we face as society and covered in a different way and probably the most interesting question. A how does this. But equally experience of the twenty first century people's participation can affect journalism. So i would say that the coral of of We are trying to hook like the broadcast. One way or the model per line that was born with us media And he's one of the challenges. Our industry spacey facing. I'm sorry it wasn't short. The the answer but i have two more things to say. There is almost no secure job now. Our industry I think everything is at risk An acknowledging daddy. I think it's a good thing on the other hand. I believe that in the end. I guess That why i step down being there to of great media. Well i guess it has to do a lot with a very personal calling on that I read a sentence which i found very very interesting. What you said. Human journalists can rebuild social empathy. Can you explain to us what it means Yes we believe that the problems we are facing us society. The challenges are very complex and of course Demands complex many times complex solutions and we are not going to find those solutions without an open dialogue between institution politicians and citizens So pariah station. For example. it's it's it's almost the name of the social conversation today at is preventing us to find those solutions. An in-depth sense. i believe. Journalism has an important role in terms of showing Other words helping us understand other opinions For amd we'd take this very seriously advocates axiom. So we been trying sort of new full matz that help how to help us our own To have more empathy with different lives people that lives in a different way of thinking in a different way than myself So it has to do with how we build a more robust set citizenship. That helps that public dialogue to evolve and on find real solutions. Gus dose dilutes might should have at the end semaine back in personal and institutional decisions
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