40 Burst results for "Saturday"
Fresh update on "saturday" discussed on AP 24 Hour News
"Is so much more work to do and I know we are committed shootings around the country left carnage behind, according to police in Chicago. Friday night, a woman was killed and nine others wounded when a man opened fire on a crowd gathering on the street. That same night in Savannah, Georgia. A man was killed and seven others injured and in Austin, Texas, early Saturday, at least 14 were wounded in a shooting on a street filled with bars and restaurants. Interim police Chief Joseph Check on this does appear to be an isolated incident between two parties. So that's why I say that we most of the victims were, uh were innocent bystanders and an auction for a ride into space next month alongside Jeff Bezoza and his brother ended with a winning $28 million bid Saturday. Julie Walker. AP News Separate bombs hit two minivans in a minority Shiite neighborhood in Kabul, killing several people and wounding many others. Minivans targeted were over a mile apart in a neighborhood in western Kabul. The first explosion killed at least half a dozen people. The second explosion, which was in front of a hospital, treating a majority of covid 19 patients. Killed at least one person and injured many others. No one immediately claimed responsibility for the attacks. However, earlier this month the Islamic state Group has carried out similar bombings in the area, which killed over a dozen people. I'm Karen Shamas. I'm Julie Walker with an A P news minute. Leaders from the Group of Seven wealthy nations meeting this weekend have said they will commit to share at least one billion covid vaccines with poorer countries, with half coming from the U. S U N Secretary General Antonio Gutierrez says Without a global effort, the virus could spread like wildfire and much of the developing world. It has been very An equal and very unfair the way vaccination is taking place in the world, but I'm encouraged by the announcements that were made. The FDA is making Johnson and Johnson throw out material to make tens of millions of doses of the coronavirus vaccine because of possible contamination at a troubled Baltimore factory. That's according to sources, who spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity. However, they are letting the company's salvage 10 million doses for use 15 more people in California 1 $50,000, each just for getting vaccinated as part of the state's covid lottery, And on Tuesday, 10 people will win $1.5 million each. Governor Newsom says. Incentives work California's laid claim to be just one of a handful. States in the country that's actually seen an increase week over week in vaccines being administered. Also Tuesday, the governor lifts the state stay at home order capacity limits, distancing requirements and masks in most places for the vaccinated. And Chicago is fully reopened as of yesterday, with officials ending a requirement that people work face masks and most indoor places and lifting capacity limits. Julie Walker, AP News New study says a critical Antarctic glacier is looking more vulnerable as satellite images show the ice shelf that blocks it from collapsing into the sea is breaking up a lot faster than before. The Pine Island Glacier Ice Shelf loss accelerated in 2017, causing scientists to worry that with climate change, the glaciers collapse could happen a lot sooner than the many centuries predicted. The study's lead author is Ian Jock in a University of Washington glaciologist who says longshore winds tend to bring more penetrating deep water into the cavity, which leads to melting that sped the glacier up. Cause more fracturing that caused this part to break off. And there's a potential feedback. You know now that it's 12% more. The ice shelf, maybe have been weakened that much more, according to a study on Friday. Science advances the ice shelf has retreated by 12 miles between 2017 and 2020. I'm Shelley Adler. Thank you. Hello. This is your apartment. I need some.
Biden to Hold Solo Press Conference Following Putin Summit
"The White House says President Biden will not hold a joint news conference after he meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin next week in Geneva. Instead, Biden will hold a solo press conference. Biden remains in southwestern England for the G seven summit where the focus is on China.
Fresh "Saturday" from Saturday Spotlight
"To health. Call 262646 58 100 or Lake country health center dot com. Well, you have the reasons for buying a condo. Folks that have worked hard their whole life and I want to kick back and relax with no more need to do the grass cutting snow blowing and exterior maintenance. But then there's the big reason why people don't like condos. A lot of the developments you see every candle looks the same. And at Belmont homes. We get that And that's why we design our condos so they don't look like condos with individualized design and exterior choices. You can choose a condo that best suits you rather than having to settle for just another one that 20 or 30. Others have. And of course, you can count on.
Ex-Mossad Chief Signals Israel Behind Iran Nuclear Attacks
"The outgoing chief of Israel's secret service has given the place a signal which meant so far that Israel was behind the recent attack targeting Iran's nuclear program and the minute she scientist you'll see Karen from Israel's Mossad intelligence agency told Israel's channel twelve that the Iranian attends weekly basis doesn't look like it used to Kevin did not directly claim the attack spots his specificity gave the place a suggestion so far that Israel had a hand in them they also discussed the November killing of the Iranian scientists most said factory Saturday responsible for building a month Medici nuclear program decades ago while Kevin on camera doesn't claim the killing in the segment of the program the journalist who conducted the interview described him as having passed me signed off on the entire campaign I'm Karen Thomas
Fresh update on "saturday" discussed on Leo Laporte
"Say they're encouraged more young people are showing up for Covid 19 vaccines in May, 35% of 16 to 17 year olds have gotten at least one shot. But now the number is up to 47%. 55% of residents in L. A county have been fully vaccinated. Health officials had set a goal of herd immunity by the end of July. Researchers say more people around the world have died from Covid 19 this year than during all of 2020 Johns Hopkins University says there were 1.88 million deaths at the end of last year. But so far this year there have already been 1.89 million deaths, the study says. On average, about 9000 people a day around the world are dying from Covid. At least 13 people have been hurt in a shooting in Austin, Texas, officers responded very quickly. They were able to immediately begin life saving measures for many of these patients. Interim police chief Joseph Chikane says the shooting happened around 1 30 this morning in Austin's entertainment district. The shooter got away $28 million is the price paid for a spot to sit next to Jeff Bezos and his brother, who are headed to space next month. The winning bid has happened during Saturday's live online auction for the Amazon founders, rocket company, blue origin. The winner's name was not disclosed. However, the identity of the galactic passenger will be revealed closer to the brief up and down flight from West Texas on July 20th. The flight will mark the first flight of a new Shepard rocket with people on board. The launch will kick off blue origin space tourism business, fun fact, a college professor paid $250,000 to Virgin Galactic back in 2000 and five to go to space. She is one of 600 people on a wait list who have purchased tickets over the years. Andrew Caravella to find news. Pop star Justin Bieber and actor Andrew Leonardo DiCaprio are also on that list of 600 stall.
Mitchell Has 37, Jazz Beat Clippers 117-111 for 2-0 Lead
"The jazz jumped onto a two games to none lead when they defeated the clippers one seventeen one eleven Donovan Mitchell led the way with thirty seven points Mitchell was fifteen of twenty nine from the floor including six of twelve from beyond the arc Utah led by thirteen at the break but a Reggie Jackson three pointer gave LA a one oh one ninety nine lead that's when the jazz went to work with a fourteen to to run good for a one thirteen one oh three advantage with three oh seven to go the series resumes on Saturday in Los Angeles I'm Bruce Morton
Fresh update on "saturday" discussed on Saturday Spotlight
"I'm Joe Chiro Fox News. Senior bite. Administration official says G seven leaders meeting in the UK have agreed on a shared approach to respond to China's non market, economic conditions and human rights abuses. Earlier, French president Macron praised President Biden saying it's great to have a U. S president was cooperating again. Tennessee Republican Senator Bill Haggerty has a different view. They don't like the America first policies that President Trump put forward, but it was better for America. It was better for the entire world. American strength is exactly what we need right now standing up to Russia standing up to our ran standing up to China. And when we talk about the new Biden policies, it looks a lot more like Americal asked me. The summit wraps up tomorrow. Negotiators with the European Union say talks in Vienna on the Iran nuclear agreement are on track to revise the deal. It was abandoned by President Trump in 2018. It was a dangerous night in several cities across the nation. In Savannah, Georgia, three apartments and six cars were hit with gunfire. One person was killed in a total of eight people were injured. In Chicago, police say two men opened fire on a crowd on the city's south side. 10 people were shot. One woman died. The other victims are expected to survive. It's unclear what sparked that shooting in Austin, Texas, Police are trying to figure out who opened fire on the city's popular Sixth Street. Early this morning. 11 victims were taken to the hospital. Two are in critical condition. Thanks as Christina Coleman vice president Harris stopping by the Washington D. C Pride parade, she says much more needs to be done to.
Campanology and the Art of Bell Ringing
"My guest today is nikki. Carling who comes from ringing family. She has held various positions at tower districting. Guild level over the years has rung about. Eighty peels take part in local and national ringing competitions. But say's her focus in ringing has always been about having fun nikki's also therapist and we will discuss adviser ringers anxious about returning to ringing after the pandemic but i nikki. I just want to ask you. When did you start ringing. I was ten when i started. So i've been being for forty two years now. It was not something i wanted to do. It was insisted upon and much to my the minute. I took out a bell rope. I absolutely loved it. And i really didn't want to say yes. That's when i started at the age of ten in how long has bell ringing been in your family generation before me. My dad's gary mason and his older brother kings mason both us but that's where it started although i understand that i have a granddad who did ring a long time ago but it was way way before i was born on. You're bringing in the family because you do is ringing yet. She started again. She didn't want to do it. We tried to with it when she was what would shape it about ten as well. She was just to smoke and then he said i'm not doing it. I never wanted to and she came along to everything that we went to and made so many friends said well you might as well start now. Say she did. She is doing absolutely brilliantly. she's she's gonna leave me way behind before the pandemic obviously people aren't ringing at the moment but before the pandemic can you describe what you doing ringing wise ringing cindy service. Who knew that. Sunday mornings could be so useful without ringing in them. It's amazing what you can fit in isn't it. I say yes. Seventy seven going regularly to practice night and we were involved with the last district so busy doing that. The less to gold has a lot of initiatives on. They run saturday morning. What they call progressing ring us. So it's sort of playing bob. Plane hunt type workshops that they run monthly so we were doing some of those guild meetings all sorts of things like that so we were quite involved is e and i. We should talk about where you ring as well. You ring the cathedral to cathedral. Yeah that's where i started. And and i'm still then our i've never got very far. So yeah that's always been my tower and san four bands and reduce bands and skillful bands. And not cisco for bans and all sorts of things in that time.
Fresh update on "saturday" discussed on Eat! Drink! Smoke!
"Fox News. I'm Mary Corsetti. The G seven summit continues in England Saturday, where President Biden and French President Macron held a bilateral meeting on NATO feel very, very strongly about the cohesion of NATO and I, for one think that the European Union is an incredibly strong and vibrant Entity with, uh, the ability to provide the backbone and the support for NATO. Biden heads to Brussels next for Monday's NATO summit and a solemn moment in Orlando, Florida Saturday. Its bells were told 49 times in memory of the victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting..
Nigeria Demands Social Media Firms Get Local License
"Nigeria. First we're adding to the ongoing Twitter ban, the government has announced as social media companies will now have to register them be licensed by the Broadcasting Commission over 170 civil organizations are vowing to continue or tweet continue tweeting and they've lodged a legal case against Nigeria's government with eco US. Meanwhile, while others trying to circumvent the ban by using VPNS their fears of plans afoot to create a comprehensive Internet firewall and the foundation for Investigative Journalism, claims that last Saturday, Nigerian government officials held talks with the cyberspace Administration of China. In order to explore ways to further restrict freedom of expression. Well, let's find out more from Socrates. Mom, Lou, who is from the foundation of Investigative Journalists, greeting to you, and thanks very much for joining us this morning. So tell us what details you have. About this meeting, please. Socrates. Thank you so much. Um, Basically what? What? I what I know about what I was told. Was that emitting held on Saturday. You know, just as specified in the report, and it was between some government officials in Nigeria here and, uh, Some Chinese officials from that particular organization, a particular um, administration and it was all about creating a firewall that would be able to create even Nigeria. Some sort of, um, independence and it's uh, Internet space, so it's sort of Nigeria Internet.
Vinyl Records Surge During Pandemic, Keeping Sales Spinning
"Out turntables and cassette decks in the pandemic. Sales of vinyl music surged during the pandemic, as did cassette sales. I can't believe you don't own this record. The numbers provide a boost in advance of the first of two record store day events. It's set for Saturday. The second is set for July. 17th reporter
Kid Rock Spews Homophobic Slur at People Filming Him at Tennessee Bar
"It's not unlike kid Rock to blurt out whatever he feels when he has the mic. He took the stage on Saturday night at a bar in Tennessee and went after a crowd for recording him on their phones now. Security had been telling people to put their phones down the entire time. That was the rule. But kid decided to take matters into his own hands and say, Did you preview this guys and say this through the true? Yeah, Hosting inside you can postings you can pulses, right? With your phone. Oh, my gosh. So he said f your iPhone? Yeah. And then some girls like Yeah. And then he called the people recording him a homophobic slur that starts with the letter F. Yeah, and, uh, the people? Yeah. Who are those people? People that go to kid rock shows, I guess. Yeah, so there you go. Bad. Yeah, It's bad. I like to kid Rock growing up, you know, and being from Detroit. He was obviously big back home. And, uh, I like Kid rock. And if I went to a bar and find that kid rock just showed up to perform, I would be like, Yeah, you would be that person. I'm not kidding. I would be until he looked at me and called me the F. Yeah, I like yeah. Whoa, yeah. Would definitely stay about you, Kid Rock was coming. I would do But even in a crowd, even with a few beers in me, I would literally go. Wow. That was kind of offsides, wasn't I? Just if this is kid rock now Just imagine in 25 years he's going to be a cranky old man. He is the new 10. Nugent, If you're gonna do top 40 radio Iraq radio in 25 years you have gold coming your way you do indefinitely. Yeah,
El Salvador to Become the First Bitcoin Country
"What's going on guys. It is monday. June seventh and man. This is the type of episode that is like skipping rocks across the pond. There is so much to dig into that. I feel like. I'm barely going to scratch the surface today but i wanna relatively complete starting point for anyone who wants to understand. This news coming out of el salvador. Now before i get into a big caveat is that my knowledge of el salvador stopped started with the civil war in the. Us has role in it until about three days ago. I'm learning in real time. Just like you guys. And i don't wanna present any hint of overconfidence particularly with regard to domestic politics in el salvador. But with that out of the way. Let's talk about this. Bitcoin twenty twenty one in miami was already dominating the twitter spear before saturday multiple hashtags related to the event. Were trending around the us. The crypto twitter tribes were showing off their tribalism in glorious fashion. The people in miami meanwhile seem to be having just an absolute hell of time. But on saturday morning tweets started coming out from the official event account as well as from influencers that one of the biggest announcements in bitcoin. History was coming later that day. That was a pretty big claim. So of course there was some amount of immediate skepticism. Could whatever the news was meat that lofty bar set by the marketing around four thirty. Pm eastern time strikes. Jack mahler's ascended the stage to make an announcement now for background. Mahler's had recently spent time at el salvador's bitcoin beach project alongside others like square cryptos miles suitor and had already contributed to some interesting initiatives there for anyone paying attention that was clearly some ground up momentum around bitcoin and lightning in el salvador mahler's announcement however would catapult the country into a totally new status in the bitcoin. As you heard at the beginning of this show el salvador's president. Naib kelly was submitting a bill to recognize bitcoin as legal tender. They would be the first country to do so with significant implications and while the bill would still have to be reviewed by the country's legislative assembly bouquets waiver party new ideas had recently won a significant majority in the unicameral body so passage was nearly assured
Woman, 26, Dies in Fall at Utah's Zion National Park
"Officials in Zion National Park in Utah say a 26 year old woman is dying after falling in a canyon, a news release says. Visitors reported the woman was hiking alone and had fallen 50 to 80 FT Saturday afternoon medics finding the woman Sunday evening alive, but she died a short time later. Park officials say the woman had injuries consistent with a high elevation
Queensland Oaks Day Review
"Love that Coins and rice is in the spotlight in the moment. Julius i think we'll run with that banana pronunciation Was very well. Backed and very impressive in the us did sunday. Dinner of the map to. We'll get to that very shortly. Let's start with the track. Helpline now is a good for all across to made us that. I brought it an extra two for this week. Good for now issue. They attended twenty collectively. But it had no impact on these rights to run and look. I thought rice really failure. I'm not suggesting. I've got my hitter in the track did same to rice. Fairly you had a couple of points you wanted to mention just with natural ruler in the last rites with rocketing boy on maybe where the jockeys toward the part of the chocolates. He had the option account at Edward with rocketing blind elected to guy state of the middle some thinking that there was probably four lines in the middle of the track the jockeys really narrowing they focus on. That was the best granted. And yeah you automatically going to say are the fences off. The ball. came back on the inside back in the last hundred. Zd drift dad. Back into that sort of middle line may be. The riott wasn't applies to bay but the track rights fair and we would just be looking for excuses for horses. If we're looking now. I think that's a really good point. I think they'll go an extra two maters. I read broke day with a couple of group. Think he'll be at four maters next week. Let's start with rice. One be the rights of the day. It is the rise to follow differently. He benny quarter second. So i'd standard time. I only moderate tempo. Twenty two six four four hundred eleven four eight last two hundred best of the day boy. Incentivize has absolutely going through the roof. Six fifty in the photos hours fifty four dollars fifty saturday morning into three dollars. Twenty market just wanted to be all over these hoes and well we might have unearthed. These won't be this mommy. So's waiting for these holes. The two candidate in brisbane may be a mid wake. I was pretty came to back. And then i'll do the form set down. It's twenty two hundred back died in the right setup. it didn't really matter it didn't have anything else. While early in the rice that was caught wants anthony and it was a co two guy ford. Yeah because it wasn't haza tampa on the right side. Holden wouldn't have mattered in lead. He was on the road horse but he makes that decision no matter the horse the decision matt other
Cantlay Wins a Playoff at Memorial on Sunday Without Rahm
"Twenty nine year old Patrick Cantlay has beaten column over Colorado on the first extra hole that to win his second memorial tournament the two finished regulation play tied at thirteen under after matching fund around seventy ones but can't place sailed to victory with an up and down par from the bunker at the first playoff hole it was can't place fourth PGA tour win and his second for the season defending champion on third round leader Jon Rahm was forced to watch the action from isolation after a positive kind of a test on Saturday I'm Graham I gots
Harden to Miss Game 2 vs Bucks With Hamstring Tightness
"Brooklyn nets all star guard James harden will miss game two of the Eastern Conference semifinals Monday night because of a right hamstring injury hard left Saturday's one fifteen one oh seven victory over Milwaukee in game one after just forty three seconds because of an injury that troubled him during the latter part of the regular season he missed eighteen straight and twenty of twenty one games late in the season coach Steve Nash said hardens recent troubles with the entry made his availability for later in the series hard to predict I'm Dave Ferrie
Wet Notes - 6-6-21
"This is wet notes. Scuba shack radio's news and information update for sunday. June sixth two thousand and twenty. One first up. I like give you a quick update from stewart. Coves dive bahamas stewart. Coves has moved to new location. In coral harbour. Coral harbour used to be home of dive dive dive in nassau scuba center. Both are now gone. Stewart just moved to this new property in the last month and he has bought and he has big plans for the place right now. The main building is under significant renovation. So he has constructed some temporary structures to accommodate divers while things progress. I had a nice chat with stuart on his plans to build out the facility. And make it a great place to do your diving. When in nassau we are really looking forward to seeing how everything evolves move when we get back there next year. Good luck. Stewart as you begin this new phase. I'm sure you will make it a world class diving operation in the may two thousand and twenty one edition of the divers alert network. Safety stop newsletter. They introduced the return of the dan tags. So what are they will. The dan tags are small round crafted aluminum tag. That can easily attach to your. Bcd you tag will be laser engraved with important emergency information. That will help in the event that something happens. The dan tag will include your name date of birth. Your dan membership number any specific medical information. You'd like to disclose like allergies or other medical conditions plus contact. They're pretty attractive. Bright red and are easy to order from the dan website. The cost of the dan tag is twenty dollars. Check them out at divers alert network dot org and go to their online store in personalized. Your tag a couple years ago magazine. Podcast did a series on ballast and it was hosted by allen. Kelsey well ellen is back with a new five part series called the sound aquatic the ocean and the antra pause the first episode debuted on may twenty fifth and will run each week through june twenty-first. This series is about the sound scrapes that scientists are recording the surprising ways that animals talking. Listen and how the cove nineteen pandemic triggered a quietness in the ocean that is renewing commitments to lower ocean noise. The podcasts are quick moving and entertaining. You can find them at hawkeye magazine dot com or on any of your favorite podcast apps. Oh and if you wanna know what andro pause means. The term refers to a global reduction in modern human activity and it was coined by researchers in june. Two thousand twenty article in nature ecology and evolution. Guess she learn something new every day now. Here's some discouraging news out of grand cayman and it doesn't have to do with the covid nineteen pandemic but rather about another disease outbreak among coral the stony coral disease or sc td. According to an article in the came encompass an isolated area containing disease was spotted at life off a smith cove. And that's along the south west coast and that's not good. The came in department of environment also reported infected sites amal along grand cayman's east coast the now suspects that divers and boat operators be spreading it although scientists are still not exactly sure how stony coral tissue disease spreads. If you look at the outbreak map you get the feeling that it could be divers or boat. Operators there are new disinfecting guidelines for local divers. Not sure how these will translate to us when the caymans open back up again as if we didn't have enough to contend with with covid nineteen now it stony coral tissue disease and our dive gear every day. Now we're learning about more destinations for diving opening up around the world. One of these locations is bon air. There was an article on dive. News wire from the bon air tourism department. That indicated that. Us flights will resume. On june fifth and the country is launching an island-wide health initiative american and delta will be resuming their wednesday and saturday flights from miami and atlanta. Unlike the bahamas of it appears that you'll still need an antigen or pcr tests even if you are vaccinated before entry and of course for returning to the united states. It sounds like you might be able to get these tests at the airport or at three other facilities on the island so even though bonaire will open. Be sure you're properly prepared. Hopefully in the near future you'll be able to travel without restrictions if you're fully vaccinated and finally here on wet notes. I just saw that. Bob ballard has a new book out and it's titled into the deep and memoir from the man who found titanic a couple of years ago. We met doctor ballard at the sixty fifth boston. Sea rovers clinic and his presentation was fascinating. Some sure the book will be equally fascinating. There was an article on cnn where they interviewed bob allard. And according to this article the book delves into some of the most defining moments of his personal life including the tragic death of his son. Ballard turned seventy nine in june and he said that depend pandemic. He had a lot of times on his hands. So he teamed up with christopher drew the new york times who's an investigative journalists to write the book into the deep by robert. Ballard would be a good one to add to your summer reading list. Well that's it for this edition of wet notes here on scuba shack radio
Ferry Runs Aground in New York City
"More than 100. Passengers and seven crew members are safe and sound after being rescued from a New York City ferry. It ran aground Saturday afternoon. C Street, the company that runs the ferryboat says the ship experienced mechanical issues that caused it to lose power in steering as it drifted into an inlet on the Brooklyn side of the East River before coming to
Essential Quality Wins 2021 Belmont Stakes
"Essential quality captured the Belmont Stakes Saturday. The striking gray cold passed early leader hot Rod Charlie around the final turn and charged the head to the wire to win the one of the half mile $1 million race in front of 11,000, mostly massless fans. At Belmont Park. Essential Quality, finished fourth as the beat in favor of the Kentucky
G-7 Back Steps to Deter Tax Dodging by Multinational Firms
"Leaders from the G. seven nations agree to a fifteen percent global minimum corporate tax on Saturday to determine all tight national companies from a boarding taxes by stashing profits in low rate countries finance ministers also endorsed proposals to make the world's biggest companies pay taxes in countries where they have lots of sales but no physical headquarters that include US based tech giants treasury secretary Janet Yellen says it provides momentum for a global deal to end a race to the bottom in corporate taxation it's led to a system in which corporate taxation plays a diminishing role in financing governments in the US and around the world and more and more of the burden has been falling on workers countries especially the U. S. have been grappling for years with how to deter companies from legally avoiding paying taxes by assigning profits to subsidiaries in tax havens I'm Julie Walker
Belmont Stakes Races on Without Baffert
"In the Triple Crown is today. The Belmont Stakes is being run in New York with a cloud hanging over horse racing. Earlier this week, Churchill Down suspended trainer Bob Baffert for two years. Following the confirmation of a positive drug tests for Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit.
Episode 215-2: Leave the Gun, Take the McFlurry - burst 08
"Mcdonalds email to its franchisees. Was basically as you said it said. You're you're voiding. The warranty on the taylor hardware which are basically required to us and you may be exposing your employees to bodily harm. Of course franchisees were would be. I guess free to ignore those warnings. Except for the fact that i think the the implicit message that e mail was that this that we don't want you using these things so you shouldn't use them right. Yeah you know it mentioned so it said that but it also mentions that it also mentioned confidential information in that You know kitsch access all of the systems confidential information and this is why again. I'm going back to your rights repair issues. These are the exact same arguments that you hear time and again from whatever that whether it's medical device whether it's an automobile whether it is a Home appliance the three legs of the stool. Our intellectual property warranty void warranty and physical harm and physical safety. Those are the three just kind of reliable like malaria. Curly of the of the anti repair argument is particularly interesting on this case about the mcdonald's machine because confidential information is is another again. I'm not I'm one of the last people to stand behind Or defense you know companies like apple and samsung but at least they make some effort right like some. Some efforts actually define what confidential information is. I mean if you look at this situation. The mcdonald's ice cream machine. They mentioned confidential information. But are there implies. It's their confidential information when really it's actually the owner of the machines confidential information but they never make that clear and so it's a it's a very interesting Head scratcher in which you like. What is going on with this machine and and the ecosystem lewis makes it while we're at it. Let's dispense with the warranty argument. Magnuson moss the federal warranty acmes. It really clear that you know you you do not void the warranty by having e either servicing it yourself or having an independent service person work on it or anything like that. So the whole you know by attaching to catch device you're voiding. The warranty is clearly not supported by federal law. But you're right. What this reminds me of. Actually a lot is the situation on farms right now with john. Deere and data that dedere equipment is collecting from farms soil moisture data weather data and sell on That deer considers it's proprietary information and in fact resells at a at a hefty profit and yet many people are like well. That's the farmers data. They should have a say into whether that gets collected and resold an and it would seem to be the same really the same question. Whose data is it. It's my franchise. My customers isn't it. My data But but apparently not well especially because it's not defined to and you know mcdonalds. John deere probably unfairly. Certainly in an unbalanced way makes the claim that it's their data. But taylor at mcdonald's in some taylor. Mcdonald's make no effort to actually define that or to try and make that argument. they just. It's very interesting. That taylor is a logo. This like nineteen seventy s or nineteen eighty s era kind of crowd. And it's like. They're they literally think they're king and they can just to create a stuff that oh by the way this void your warranty and guess. What is our confidential data. Like you know what you're not saying. This is america. You can't just decrease often have it happen. What do you think what was the response of the franchisees to that message. I guess from your standpoint as a business owner obviously it was a big blow to your business but did you hear back from them on on the specifics of that hoban who would. What do they mean at saturday dr that it was my data or any kind of questioning of that or is it more like. I don't want to kill the goose that lays the golden egg. And i'm just gonna do what they tell me to do and not ask was both. I think it was both. I mean. there's this is. It's both the same time it's like. Hey part of the system It's the system is doing a lot of things that i don't agree with but at the same time. I'm going to completely Sympathetic to catch. Because again it goes back to the rebellion of franchisees in the first place. Why would they have to you know when you when you kind of have to when you look at the existence and growth of kit which is basically a vaccine you know to to a virus that was created you have to. You can't acknowledge the growth of the vaccine without acknowledging the virus and so this this was obviously a slap in the face to the mcdonalds industrial complex that produces this machine but on one hand it was clearly a necessary vaccine technology that That the franchisees still stand behind they still use on so like use analogies and metaphors and it's kind of like being i never. I never supported the war in afghanistan right. But it's like. I'm still still in america so pay taxes so it's like on one hand you don't support this war effort and you don't support you're going there but it's like you're still part of this system and i as a citizen and very powerless to impact. What goes what goes on in washington support afghanistan. I'm not to pay my taxes. Because i don't want the money you know like i mean you can. You can certainly right. That's right the. Irs franchisees are are very much in the same situation. They're like listen we. This is their afghanistan where they don't
"saturday" Discussed on The Dregs
"They're talking about the periodic table and then they periodically put this out. Wait so as this one been out before. Wow so instead of okay okay. I should have got that. Seasonal periodic was good. See what they're doing Yeah i dunno. Loopier the researcher. God make me check out their homepage. So mike i. I gotta ask you Recently you guys got your account. we did. Yeah on instagram. The hell do that. I have no idea. I wish i knew Basically one saturday night. We were both of us. Were on and then hit the buddhist off toews log in and then it did not work out awfully theory lieu. Don't you look oh. Yeah we're we're just saying that. Maybe you had some explicit content unintentionally in the background like the I was thinking if you were maybe doing shoot around. The ferries during the time that those masks signs came out with the penis ear. Oh maybe that was in the background and flagged by an algorithm. And next thing you know all your files or deleted and your phone contract suspended and there's at your door. I mean it wouldn't be the first time. The bbc fairy screwed somebody over. Oh yeah you gotta take it up with them and they got like really got to compensate you guys right. I'm almost certain it was this. But that's weird can access it and you can get any of the content out to dispute. It did a bunch of things and if not gotten back to us over locked out indefinitely. That's weird i mean. Come on instagram. At least tell me what i did. I say that's because i mean like you guys have obviously put a ton of time and effort into building up an account in like. I mean you've got all the content photos obviously like backed up somewhere else but i mean the brand that you guys built through that account and connections. You've made and they just out in order to do that like it's pretty whack. We've had other friends too. That have got it flagged and it's just weird that like they don't even give a rationale for right. It seems like it's maybe just algorithm based. But.
"saturday" Discussed on The Masters: Fore Please! Now Driving...
"Back. Yeah i wanna go back out and sec logo on cap. My phone had more messages about that moment than When i was hired as commissioner and then you know is here in in two thousand nineteen in really never anticipated staying through the weekend. I'll usually come in thursday friday friday saturday. And i just asked if i could come back on sunday with. Cbs again and they were gracious enough. And and so i was at eighteen for most of that that that day and you know it started early because there was weather coming. That's why i was decked out for slab. I was prepared man. I was prepared. And just to hear the roars and not know. Because if you don't attend you don't really understand what the scoreboards me not having your cell phone. There's video boards for. You're waiting for the the operators if you will to enter the scores manually and it may be five minutes after this roar before you figure out what's happening and and you just heard these eruptions around the the course when you sit on eighteen and then i was about probably twenty yards from the walkway after eighteen and watched literally down the aisle of chairs tiger and his family hogging in that moment. Just story that only sports can bring into do it in this environment and in in this atmosphere in this place Just elevated that story to something that none of us probably would have imagined as someone who is the leader of an absolute monster conglomerate with so many people that count on every decision you make. What does this type of environment like. What can you take from this type of environment that you can incorporate in your environment you start with being on the outside looking in the amount of respect you have for an institution and entity In the decision making and leadership And then i've always walked around carry a note pad and think about how they present Their their their sales to fans you know. If you want to buy a pullover a t-shirt we've had that conversation on our office..
"saturday" Discussed on NBC Nightly News
"The <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Female> <Music> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Female> big surprise <Speech_Music_Male> for this <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> brave <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> new day. <Speech_Music_Female> <Music> <SpeakerChange> <Music> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> There's <Speech_Music_Male> good news tonight. About <Speech_Music_Male> curry's <Speech_Music_Male> the little boy who <Speech_Male> took a big risk <Speech_Male> overcoming <Speech_Music_Male> personal challenges <Speech_Music_Male> to share <Speech_Male> one of his favourite <Speech_Music_Male> story books <Speech_Music_Male> with the world <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> and we were lucky <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> enough to be there <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> when he got the <Speech_Male> surprise of a lifetime <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> in reading <Speech_Male> here. But <Speech_Male> can't <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> anew day <Speech_Male> this not <Speech_Music_Male> your typical book <Speech_Male> report. <SpeakerChange> It's like <Speech_Male> really funny <Speech_Male> for a year. Old jordan <Speech_Male> pagel who has <Speech_Male> a stutter and his on <Speech_Male> the autism spectrum. <Speech_Male> It's <SpeakerChange> a monumental <Speech_Female> achievement. <Speech_Female> He <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> is <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> an amazing <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> can. <Speech_Music_Female> He's worked really hard <Speech_Music_Female> to overcome. <Speech_Female> You <Speech_Female> know everything. <SpeakerChange> He's <Speech_Male> the world's downtown. <Speech_Male> A major <Speech_Male> part of jordan's <Speech_Male> success his <Speech_Male> love of reading <Speech_Male> so when he got <Speech_Male> named kiro of <Speech_Male> the week at school <Speech_Male> he brought his favorite <Speech_Male> story to share <Speech_Male> with the class <Speech_Male> and also talked <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> about it in a tweet <Speech_Male> that later went viral. <Speech_Male> His <Speech_Male> mom bethany writing. <Speech_Male> Please be <Speech_Male> patient. He has <Speech_Male> a stutter. Jordan's <Speech_Male> choice a <Speech_Male> new day. <Speech_Male> Meltzer <Speech_Male> what is it about <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> a new <Speech_Female> day that he liked <Speech_Female> what he liked about. <Speech_Female> It was that <Speech_Female> every day for <Speech_Female> him. <Speech_Female> It really is a new <Speech_Female> day. It's a chance <SpeakerChange> for start <Speech_Male> over. Just <Speech_Male> after. And i want <Speech_Male> you to know. You're my hero. This <Speech_Male> week touching <Speech_Male> social media response <Speech_Male> the author <Speech_Male> himself. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> Would you think <Speech_Female> of that liquid <Speech_Female> surprised. <Speech_Female> I was wearing a shirt <Speech_Female> that had <Speech_Music_Female> that had nasa <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> in the <Speech_Male> so he decided <Speech_Male> tour <SpeakerChange> assured <Speech_Male> that had nest don <Speech_Male> brad was <Speech_Male> so humbled by jordan's <Speech_Male> courage that he <Speech_Male> joined us research <Speech_Male> for another <Speech_Male> surprise. <Speech_Male> Brad <Silence> meltzer <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> wanted to say hello <Speech_Male> to you in person. <Speech_Male> You're going to get a chance <Speech_Male> to see <SpeakerChange> him <Speech_Male> and meet him right <Speech_Music_Male> now really <Silence> <Advertisement> book. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Male> Yeah jordan <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> marcher. <Speech_Male> Hey <Speech_Music_Male> man <SpeakerChange> how are you. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> I'm gonna show you my <Speech_Male> new zero. You're <Speech_Male> ready for <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> if you looks familiar. <Silence> <SpeakerChange> <Silence> <Silence> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> Now that you chris <Speech_Male> elliaba loser. <Speech_Male> Amazing artist drew <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> you <Speech_Music_Male> coming your way. <Speech_Male> You get <Speech_Male> a drawing <Speech_Male> of jordan <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> attribute <Speech_Male> for the boy now <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> inspiring <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> so many surprised <Speech_Male> the <Speech_Male> overwhelming <Speech_Male> response. That <Speech_Male> i'm not <Speech_Male> because people <Speech_Male> are amazing <Speech_Male> and we're fearful <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> and we're brave <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> and we're cowers <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> were incredible <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> but you see someone like <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> jordan and <Speech_Male> kindness <SpeakerChange> will <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> always <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> jordan's <Speech_Male> next new challenge <Speech_Male> working on learning spanish <Speech_Male> and he's off to <Speech_Male> a great start <Speech_Male> super <Silence> airway. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> That's nbc <Speech_Male> nightly news. For the <Speech_Male> saturday. I'm jose <Speech_Male> diaz balart thank <Speech_Male> you for the privilege of your <Speech_Music_Male> time <SpeakerChange> and good <Speech_Music_Male> night <Music> <Speech_Male> in reading. Your book called an a new day.
"saturday" Discussed on NBC Nightly News
"Figuring <Speech_Female> out what all it entails <Speech_Female> to foster <Speech_Female> a pregnant <SpeakerChange> dog and <Speech_Male> help her puppies <Speech_Male> but last <Speech_Male> month when it was finally <Speech_Male> time <Speech_Male> disaster struck <Speech_Male> millions <Speech_Male> in texas tonight <Speech_Male> or living a freezing <Speech_Male> nightmare a <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> deadly winter storm <Speech_Music_Male> slammed into <Speech_Music_Male> texas and <Silence> <Advertisement> then all of a sudden <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> the <Speech_Female> power goes out <Speech_Female> so i <Speech_Male> was already nervous <Speech_Male> nervous because <Speech_Male> maggie wasn't <Speech_Female> labor mama <Speech_Female> is <Speech_Female> panting <Speech_Female> and <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> resting <Speech_Male> with separators <Speech_Male> plunging at <Speech_Male> four puppies already <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> out aubrey's <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> husband. <SpeakerChange> Chris <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> came up with a plan. <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> He ran out to the <Speech_Music_Female> car in the snow. <Speech_Music_Female> Got tarps <Speech_Female> blankets down dot <Speech_Female> the heat cranking <Speech_Female> and we moved her <Speech_Female> and the her four <Speech_Female> puppies into the <Speech_Female> car and that's <Speech_Female> where she had her last <Speech_Female> three puppies in. <Speech_Female> We stayed in there <Speech_Female> all <SpeakerChange> the next <Speech_Male> day parked in the <Speech_Male> driveway. It was <Speech_Male> a twelve <SpeakerChange> hour mission <Speech_Male> in their suv. <Speech_Music_Female> They're still <Speech_Music_Female> in the car. Still <Speech_Female> 'electricity <Speech_Male> each taking <Speech_Male> turns to keep maggie's <Speech_Male> little ones alive <Speech_Male> while the <Speech_Male> other stayed <SpeakerChange> indoors <Speech_Female> with their own kids <Speech_Female> make sure <Speech_Female> the copy was breathing. <Speech_Female> Well and we'd help <Speech_Female> to try to warm <Speech_Female> up. <SpeakerChange> Mamo <Speech_Male> is leaking her and stuff. <Speech_Male> That <Speech_Male> advocate runs the hill <Speech_Male> country. Spca <Speech_Male> shelter where <Speech_Male> maggie. I landed <Speech_Male> now. She's <Speech_Male> even more moved <Speech_Male> by aubrey's compassion <Speech_Male> in the midst <Speech_Male> of the families <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> own crisis. <Speech_Male> We were just <Speech_Male> so proud of <Speech_Male> her and <Speech_Male> her family for <Speech_Male> going above <Speech_Male> and beyond <Speech_Music_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> the puppies <Speech_Male> seven strong <Speech_Male> some might even <Speech_Male> say lucky <Speech_Male> seven <Speech_Male> hour <SpeakerChange> the puppies <Speech_Male> in the mom doing <Speech_Female> their rallying <Speech_Female> barking <Speech_Female> starting to get a little <Speech_Female> playful with each other <Speech_Female> and so <Speech_Female> the next hurdle <Speech_Music_Female> will be fighting all <Speech_Music_Female> of them there. Forever <Speech_Female> homes in <Speech_Female> matching them <Speech_Female> with <SpeakerChange> their <Speech_Music_Female> perfect families. <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> Mama <Speech_Male> maggie <Speech_Male> her seven puppies. <Speech_Male> We'll stay with respect <Speech_Male> for a few <Speech_Male> more weeks to get stronger <Speech_Male> before heading <Speech_Male> back to the shelter <Speech_Male> and ready <Speech_Male> for adoption <Speech_Male> and a final <Speech_Male> note over gets a spring <Speech_Male> ahead for most <Speech_Male> of the country overnight. <Speech_Male> Daylight savings <Speech_Male> time kicks <Speech_Male> in pushing the clocks <Speech_Male> ahead by one <Speech_Male> hour. <Speech_Male> That's nbc nightly <Speech_Male> news. For this saturday. <Speech_Male> I'm jose diaz <Speech_Male> balart thank you for <Silence> the privilege <SpeakerChange> of your time <Speech_Music_Male> and good night.
"saturday" Discussed on NBC Nightly News
"Do that. One day at a time. Mike is working to relearn life skills from walking over to speaking with his kids. You don't give up do you buddy. You got a lot to achieve still young. And now he battled his way back to better health. Mike's getting some extra encouragement from one of his idols look closely. He's wearing a miami dolphins. Dan marino jersey. The video caught the eye of the legendary dolphins quarterback who sat mike a personal message of hope. Mike how you doing managed. Dan marino saw video. I love the courage walking up the steps and making it so you just keep working hard man and the no. You're going to be going deep someday for me. Maybe i'll throw you a ball. It wasn't emotional moment long. Mike's journey to recover as mike make you feel that go through the struggles and work hard. It's is it gives you the inspiration that we all can do that every day. Dan marino's message giving mike the fuel to keep going. It brings her on days when spirits may be loan. We can always look at that. And it will gives hope for better. Danes and dan marino says of keeping up with mike's progress and promises to throw him a pass as soon as mike is. Ray that's nbc nightly news for this saturday. I'm jose diaz balart thank you for the privilege of your time and good night..
"saturday" Discussed on Cancer Today
"Good morning cancer. Today is saturday february. Thirteenth twenty twenty one the waning moon rises and pisces bringing fresh energy to the entire zodiac use. The small spark of inspiration to reinvest in goals that you've maintained so far this year. This is cancer today. A spotify original from podcast if you are feeling anxious depressed or overwhelmed better help offers licensed online counselors who are trained to listen and help connect with your counselor through secure video phone chat or text. Join the one million. Plus people getting help with better help and horoscope today. Listeners get ten percent off your first month at better help dot com slash horoscope today. That's better h e l p dot com slash horoscope today Let's begin your day. The moon moves through your ninth house bringing wanderlust impulsive ideas to your doorstep. It's a wonderful time to explore what you'd like to see the moment were able to travel again. Same now take a moment to reflect on your relationships do you have a crush on a capricorn bond. With them by sharing stories from childhood and talking about what makes you tick family oriented sign and they will swoon over photos of you as a child. Contemplate your path to personal growth. This marks a wonderful time to deepen one relationship in particular. Don't forget the momentum that you built last year fund social friendships serve an important purpose..
"saturday" Discussed on College Football Live
"Game. Day that you don't <Speech_Music_Male> WanNa Miss. Now <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> we mentioned the <Speech_Music_Male> best. quarterback that you <Speech_Music_Male> don't know one <Speech_Male> of the conversations is about <Speech_Male> a North Dakota. <Speech_Male> State quarterback not <Speech_Male> Carson Wentz not the <Speech_Male> guy but for now <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> vice in Sophomore <Speech_Male> trae lance <Speech_Male> art being touted as <Speech_Music_Male> a possible top pick <Speech_Music_Male> in next year's draft, <Speech_Music_Male> he's decided <Speech_Music_Male> to opt in <Speech_Male> only <Speech_Male> in for one <Speech_Male> game gentleman <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> he's GonNa come back <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> for one game <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> get his big moment, <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> and then he's going to opt <Speech_Music_Male> out to prepare himself <Speech_Music_Male> for the NFL draft. We're <Speech_Music_Male> again he's projected to be <Speech_Male> a topic. So coach <Speech_Male> more as a coach, <Speech_Male> how would you handle <Speech_Male> it for a kid that wants <Speech_Male> to come back <SpeakerChange> just for that <Silence> one game? <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> That's <Speech_Male> a that's a tough question. <Speech_Male> You know you're putting <Speech_Male> your team on the spot <Speech_Male> you're putting the coach <Speech_Male> on the spot. <Speech_Male> You're putting fans <Speech_Male> on the spot. You know <Speech_Male> I don't like <Silence> the decision <Speech_Male> <hes> but I <Speech_Male> I absolutely understand <Speech_Male> the decision <Speech_Male> you know college <Speech_Male> football has become <Speech_Male> a business and <Speech_Male> these are businessmen <Speech_Male> and they're having <Speech_Male> to make business decisions <Speech_Male> and as much <Speech_Male> as I'd like to see him <Speech_Male> play all year because I like <Speech_Male> to watch good players <Speech_Male> play and as <Speech_Male> much as I'd. Like to see <Speech_Male> him, you <Speech_Male> know live up to this <Speech_Male> responsibility <Speech_Male> took in. When he took <Speech_Male> took on, we just took a scholarship <Speech_Male> there <Speech_Male> I understand <Speech_Male> is decision you <Speech_Male> know and I hesitate <Speech_Male> to say that but I <Speech_Male> get it <Speech_Male> like I said <Speech_Male> the top I <Speech_Male> don't like it but <Speech_Male> it's businessman <Speech_Male> college football <Speech_Male> is business <Speech_Male> and these guys have to <Silence> take care of <SpeakerChange> their future. <Silence> <Speech_Male> Yeah <Speech_Male> coach coach it <Speech_Male> on the head man <Speech_Male> this is a business and <Speech_Male> these guys they have to <Speech_Male> make business decisions <Speech_Male> and that's where we are <Speech_Male> right now <Speech_Male> with this sport <Speech_Male> and I <Speech_Male> would be conflicted <Speech_Male> as a team <Speech_Male> mate. So <Speech_Male> for everyone to buy <Speech_Male> into this decision. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> He must <Speech_Male> be one hell <Speech_Male> of a young man <Speech_Male> like they must absolutely <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> love this kid <Speech_Male> for every <Speech_Male> by the pretty much <Speech_Male> buy in <Speech_Male> to him doing <Speech_Male> this to just <Speech_Male> play one <Speech_Male> game. So he <Speech_Male> could increase <Speech_Male> his or <Speech_Male> whatever. The case <Speech_Male> may be <Speech_Male> desk. That's something <Speech_Male> that's. <Speech_Male> Unheard of <Speech_Male> if what a teammates and be <Speech_Male> like, okay. We on <Speech_Male> board for this he <Speech_Male> must be just <Speech_Male> incredible young man, <Speech_Male> but he's doing what <Speech_Male> he needs to do <Speech_Male> to put <Speech_Male> themselves in a better <Speech_Male> position but NFL <Speech_Male> draft. So <Speech_Male> I get that. But <Speech_Male> as a teammate <Speech_Male> I would be very, <Speech_Male> very conflicted <Speech_Male> about that. <Speech_Male> We're only going to get <Speech_Male> this guy with <Speech_Male> this type of <Speech_Male> talent for only <Speech_Male> one game <Silence> this season. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> On Desmond. <Speech_Music_Male> Games if it doesn't <Speech_Male> go well, I think there's also <Speech_Male> the UN's <Speech_Male> right. Exactly. <Speech_Male> I never want <Speech_Male> to worry about this <Speech_Male> but God forbid <Speech_Male> I mean, he's putting himself <Speech_Male> at injury risk to putting <Speech_Male> them on like if he <Speech_Male> knows he's opted not to <Speech_Male> get ready for the drive <Speech_Male> there is still risks <Speech_Male> to it so we'll see what it <Speech_Male> means obviously <Speech_Male> as. <Speech_Male> We wish only <Speech_Music_Male> the best for the young men is <Speech_Music_Male> he moves forward to <Speech_Music_Male> the NFL draft gentlemen. <Speech_Music_Male> I'm sorry I couldn't <Speech_Music_Male> make you guys brawl this <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> week, but it's always <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> fun hanging out with you <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> have a great we <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> guys hanging out <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> for coach <Speech_Music_Male> for Dez on Jason Fitz. <Speech_Music_Male> Thank you so much for hanging <Speech_Music_Male> out with us on <SpeakerChange> college football. <Speech_Music_Male> We appreciate you enjoy <Speech_Music_Male> weekend.
"saturday" Discussed on College Football Live
"With six hundred, twenty three yards good God in an upset of the defending national champion. So raises a little bit of a quarterback conversation that have here does with that sort of success for Mississippi State and that offense do you believe that there for real in the SEC? I tell you what guys I think that the the Mississippi State bulldogs are GonNa put teams in the situation where they're going to be in a shootout constantly that's what they're going to bring to the SEC. They're going to force your offense to have to alter their game plan because most offenses in the sec they're not built for shootout I mean we're talking about team that once you Have to get into like fifty or sixty point game each time they take the field K J, Castillo played at the level that he played at Baton Rouge I, mean, the Grad transfer from Stanford was just he was relentless even when he had a bad play who will come back out there firing all on also there's a gear. So I love the fact that they're going to put that type of pressure on teams weekend and week out in the conference coach. While, Cagey Costello add a chance to compete against him when he was at Stanford and I was at Ucla and he's always been a very, very impressive player and he's a perfect fit for what Mike Leach wants to do stand tall the pocket he's patient he's accurate he makes very good decisions and and they are going to put pressure on people but My question is when it comes time to run the ball because they're gonNA, get in a game where they're going to have to run the ball against some of these great sec defense are they going to be able to do it? You know and I, and I don't know that yet. So for me jury still out. About like what Mike Leach is bringing to the SEC he's changing it up a little bit. He's got a quarterback that you know is really fun to watch a team. That's really fun to watch but. I'm going to hold judgment right now and and and. More. When when they get in a game that maybe it's just a little bit tighter or a defense is a little bit stronger than Lsu was on on Saturday. All right. Well, let's take a look at the other quarterback. We're talking about that would be dear king who's obviously I think that's become like a weekly segment for us. We all love dear king and what's happening for. Miami now they got Clemson next weekend but coach Yvan time to look at what he's done. A bigger body of work I mean is Miami Endear King capable of contending with Clemson I think they can. They can compete with them. Can they beat him I don't think so yet I think they're moving in the right direction on dear king. He's six touchdowns zero interceptions with secure in the football is critical. If you WANNA win a tightly contested game like they'll probably have versus clemson and he's such a multiple, not just a dual but multiple threat he can stand in the pocket and throwing it out of the pocket and throw. He makes great decisions when he's out of the pocket weather to throw to run and he can really run the football and I love the way. Miami's running the football and playing defense but. We're still talking about Clemson we're stuck till talking about a developing Miami team but listen I I love Derek King I love the way he plays I love the way presents himself as a leader I like his maturity everything about him but I just don't know that they're they're ready yet. Thoughts. Agree with coach I. think that they're probably a year or two away from my actually competing or beating clips. It's one thing to go out there and compete in that. You know what what we call a competitive ballgame wasn't score have to be forced to be competitive or you know maybe compared of early and then gets away late I think there may be maybe a year or two away from that Derek. King is the talk of the town I live in Miami Terry One guy who's really impressed me so far coach is Cam Harris to running back I think cam here's. An extraordinary. Season so far early part of the season he's the MVP of that team because the office goes through cam hairs, the man. Eight yards per carry I mean eight yards, Makara, are you kidding me has five touchdowns on the season already has hit home runs out the gate built like, Frank Gore, Kinda stoute's. Sturdy but he has some speed. So I love the fact that they're running the ball the way they are with the new OC Lashley and it takes a lot of pressure off a deer king. He doesn't go. He needs to go out there and make plays with them to win games. He got a lot of talent around him who who, who are doing special things you guys are just agreeing on everything. I'M GONNA have to stir the pot here. Somewhere. We'll find something for you guys disagree on. It's GonNa be fun to watch moving forward. So all this quarterback conversation, we're going to tell you next.
"saturday" Discussed on College Football Live
"Am had some struggles against Bandy, they take on number two Alabama one of the teams in the SEC with the huge win their coach. What are you looking for from Caitlyn Minden? This Cowan Mon- has to play better than he played last week he's got to protect football. Over the past two years, he's thrown nine interceptions each year he's gotTa make plays with his legs and he didn't have to do this against the really good Alabama football team I think that Alabama believe it or not ranked number two is underrated. Okay. I think they're under anything you look at their quarterback. He started plan last November the only quarterback in college football that had a higher quarterback rating was job. All right they've got four returning offensive Lineman they've got water they've got devante Smith, they've got nauseous Harris they've got Nick Sabin. So I think is going to be a really tough game for For Tam you Texas. Let's flip for macy's he action here number twelve north. Carolina looking to start to know in consecutive seasons for the first time since two, thousand, eight, nine, Dez what you got your eye on. A guys take a look at the trenches. Watch the guys in the trenches. Especially when we're North Carolina's on defense I, love their front seven David Plan. Fantastic. So far man going up against Boston is office of line. This group brings in like eighty plus starts this is the veterans group or you know it they see frank's Nettie. He wants to establish the run you WANNA keep Sam how UNC's quarterback off the field. So you're going to exercise some ball control running off his watch that game with chick trenches, US's deepest versus BBC's Office of land. All right. Let's flip over to SMU. They're going to walk in Memphis that never gets old coach. What do you expect him from the number twenty, five tigers this week I'm expecting an an upset look at the balance of Sonny dykes brought to the offense and at shame who show eight, hundred, fifty, two cash shortages second in the FBI look at their running game. All right. Look at T. J. McDonald mcdaniel Melissa's Bentley two hundred and twenty four yards per game an eight touchdowns between them. Great. Balance explosive their average almost forty nine points a game. MEMPHIS hasn't played since September Fifth I. Think they're going to be a little rusty and I think that SMU has a chance to run all over Memphis. This.
"saturday" Discussed on College Football Live
"Fourteen format look. I'm with you all the way coach I'm just trying to. All right. What if scenarios? We'll actually take a look at some things we can look at this weekend. This is one of our favorite things to do. By the way before we do that take a look at the College Football playoff. Obviously, this is the timeframe here, the Rosebowl, January first the allstate sugar bowl January I those would be the first round playoff games and then the national championship will give you January eleven twenty, twenty one, no change that even though there's been. A change to the committee. So now that we've taken a look at those states that are in front of you, let's take a look at some of the action that you're GonNa get this weekend we're going to speed through some of the best this week's game. The week also decided College Game Day Got Auburn versus Georgia the deep South's oldest rivalry, the hundred and twenty-fifth between these teams Dez, what are you looking for from Georgia at the quarterback position in this one? I want to know who's going to line up at quarterback for Georgia. We saw happened a week ago when they played Arkansas started with doin. Mathis. Thought he was going to be the answer he just seemed to struggle out the gate didn't play well. So then Stetson Bennett came in, you know he played well saved them. Do I actually came back in the game late you can tell us, Kirby want to get him some. In live actions despite the fact that he didn't play well earlier, not forgetting now J. T. Daniels he's been cleared. He was a pretty good quarterback USC. All right. Let's flip to the next game. Texas am had some struggles against Bandy, they take on number two Alabama one of the teams in the SEC with the huge win their coach. What are you looking for from Caitlyn Minden? This Cowan Mon- has to play better.
"saturday" Discussed on College Football Live
"Obviously in in coach, we've got so much conversation about the College Football playoff. This year looks very different. So does I'll ask you if you were on the committee knowing what they're dealing with, and the fact that you may have different teams that have played different numbs, numbers of games how would you handle it? You have to be very, very flexible. I'll tell you what you. This is something that's been unprecedented. Never had this before we understand what is up against and we WANNA do you know what they want to do the best job? So if I was on the committee I, want to do the best job I. could the I test is going to be extremely critical this year. is going to be a subjective call. People, but it depends on the quality of opponents to when you talk about the number of games you also have to talk about the quality of the police that you play. I was always taught that it's not just what you do is also more importantly. Against, so I think that that Mansur is going to be huge this year for the College Football Playoff Selection Committee. Coach when you hear. I test. What does it? Say to you on that. How good you look and it's dead set Desmond said I. It's important who you play, and it's also important how you play against those good teams. Are you playing to your championship standard each week in and week out and are you at your best when you're playing against the best because those are the things that people wanna see when Desmond talks about you know the quality of your opponents would it says to me is that you know we're almost eliminating the PAC twelve and I I hate to say that and we're elevating obviously the SEC in in the big ten because and and even now I Say the ACC because Notre Dame being a part of it and the way Miami's playing you know I think that conference is starting to really rise but I think pushing it back is the best thing that we can do I I know we would all like to see rankings because getting crea- it creates intrigued it. It allows us to discuss and debate and have fun with it but we WANNA make sure that we're doing the right thing for these programs and for college football and for the College Football playoff in general and in the right thing to do is push it back be patient. Make great decisions. And figure out who the four best teams are when we make our final decision. So coach from your standpoint, should the committee come out and tell us that there's minimum number of games that must be played to be considered. I don't know that they can do that right now it's like Desmond said, there's so much input unpredictability this year in college football in there's such a need for flexibility that I think that's almost impossible for them to decide right now. Now maybe later on, they will say, Hey, you have played seven games or eight games or six games or five games we don't know what that will be. and. So as once again I keep referencing desmond because he's always so right on is you better play to your standard weekend and week out regardless of who you play and you better be at your best when you're playing the best teams in great because that's the eye test because we know. What's ahead here in terms of picking the final four? Does. Any concern about a realistic scenario where you've got an undefeated Ohio state team that played four or five games taken on in the committee's mind a one loss let's say Bama team that suddenly played nine games. Matt you were. We can play this scenario game, all afternoon and I I don't know Ohio state play if they were undefeated but only play four games I think it would be very difficult for them to have a strong case as far as being one of the top fourteen unless those four games were the four best teams in the conference and they dominated those four games. Then that's when the test comes into play and coach and he said it perfectly that's. What you want to see, you WanNa see these teams that are elevated to search heights that they're playing at their their potential. Playing to their strength every single week especially against stronger opponents and when you see that that weighs more heavily to me, the anything goes so. It's a lot. To learn, we have a long ways to go but to play the scenario, that's the narrow to me. It's just too early but we know that a lot of teams aren't GonNa, play their full schedule because we've seen it already I mean we have games either canceled or postponed every week. So you know what that's going to happen. It's just a matter of how. Many games they play who did they play and how great they looked in those games Dez. You're right. We can play the what if scenarios I'm radio every day. That's what we do. We played what if scenarios? All right. Let me ask you this would this be a year you would accept playoff expansion just to protect whatever the committee has got to look at. I. Don't know I. You know I I like the fourteen format I. Do I think that it creates so much intrigue as we get to the end of the season who the final four going to be In Basketball use IT professionals with final four and talking about the final a I just. Look it. I liked the fourteen format look. I'm with you all the way coach I'm just trying to. All right. What if scenarios? We'll actually take a look at some things we can look at this weekend..
"saturday" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House
"Pack maybe one is right now having a swivel in my chair pest control our editor Andrew. Tuck there and of course you can read more from here more for him Across all of our platforms here on monocle twenty four. I'm happy to say Jew. Then they is still here with us. Also Andrew is joining us on the line. Hopeful- hopefully from is it a sunny perch this morning must be. I think the weather's good in London. Well Yeah IT'S BEAUTIFUL. The Sun has cracked tile and just echoing everything giving saying there's been lots of messages from central government. Don't enjoy the weather. Don't go outside too much. Don't go and be friends. Don't go dead have a drink outside or anything so Women to appreciate it from afar. Luckily at the tiniest roof terrace but suddenly become one of the best asses About the House that we have so I'm griped somewhat out that Andrew. One thing which is getting a lot of attention Bloomberg has a very good story this morning. Which is is looking at this ongoing problem in the UK with with small businesses. We're now two weeks along and over one hundred thousand businesses applying for these these loans. People just not having access to them. I just I wonder you know on one. You know a lot of small As small entrepreneurs small business owners It's a story as I said that we've been we've been following. Are there multiple moods in London at the moment on one side? Okay behave in the sunshine. follow what needs to be done and then also just a reality of of the daily grind setting in and and of course how people are going to have to respond and deal with this. And how do you move forward over the next few months? Well it Bruce La- I think that they they hinting this morning. Those two bits of briefing. That went on this morning. Neil thugs and he's one of the Cessnock socks and he's won the advises the government said by the end of May. He would imagine that would be enough testing in place and Enough tracing going on you'd be able to lift quite lots of measures not going back to normal but then had this other message from another adviser government Professor Grandmet as saying that's still going to have to look at her immunity because even if you down number you're left in a corner with nowhere to go speaking friends who don't come to the two friends who run them an amazing tiny garden center here in London. Now they ordered clones for this season. This is the biggest time if studying plunge ten thousand pounds worth punk coming into that warehouse. What do you do them? They're not allowed to open so they're trying to rapidly move online but it's not the same people come into a tiny garden center and onto them browse and touches all preplanned. You're going to do with whether you want to context so those people are shoes they employ. I think twelve people so those people to kind of earning that income. And then you just say this is echoed again and again and again. So it's scary people how they bounce back and all of these people found it almost impossible to get money off the government and I must say. Hey We have this five o'clock briefing. Every single day from from the government health official normally in a couple of minutes to come on and talk about what's happening the numbers the plans for that department etcetera etcetera and they become less and less credible every single day. I watching Hanko yesterday. All he's done so many utahns through somebody through something at the TV. Yesterday I was like so so angry. As you said they're just trotting out the same thing. Repeating repeating slogans aren't the Andrew and then it's like okay where where are the solutions. What are we going with this? And the tone I find the tone Of course people to say hi so they need to be kind of an urgency. Tha He sounds like he's talking to five year old and I don't think it washes the people I it'd be intriguing to see what happens on the other side of this. He's somebody WHO's GonNa keep commission because he just does not come across as credible and then they have. They seemed kind of share the bud and by bringing the health officials and we have some very good yesterday talking about the death of his head in the house but again the tone was funny. Is I see we understand the seriousness of it? If it's meant bit me a warning to us to stay inside. We've that bill already and you see that from B. People's behavior so I just don't like the tone about and I don't like the fact that they just don't know what they're telling you and the other thing tiny. It's a quick. I'm not tired of everyday people since the numbers are reporting this morning. The numbers really doesn't make any sense anyway because you see the total death so the twenty four hour period before they often don't include community data and there's often a real lack of two or three days reporting that evening hospitals before the added to the number so it's become a very disappointing event at the end of the day Juliette. There was a poll here in Switzerland recently. Just saying that public trust is pretty is huge. It's almost like ninety percent are following with what the government is saying you as a as a newcomer Switzerland. Have you been impressed by the daily briefings? We have similar either two or three o'clock every day here with. What's your take. Been impressed than I think. In general the Swiss are they trust their government and they trust them to make the right decision at the right time and to take into account the psychological sides. And I'm wondering Andrew Boris Johnson's little selfie video that he sent out yesterday talking about tone and everything. Wha- what what? What was your opinion on that? And what are your people saying about? Stay home stay focused. Let's end the clapping for the NHS. Dennis about that under the clapping is amazing. We went out on on Thursday. And it's only the second week ahead on Thursday. The clock and it took a guy down the road. I could never sport where he is. He's GonNa trombone he's lost and other people to bring out Paul than buying them. And the cacophony was much louder. I think in community people to self policing and that that doing that and they they they know what has to be done for Boris Johnson. I would just say that. It is very difficult being prime when you're in your bedroom. And that's what he is. Now he's he's he's he can't go to the press conferences he he con- engage properly and a slightly perspiring prime minister on his zoom cool. Just doesn't wash on Sunday. We're going to have the queen address the nation She's any two or three times before in this full. Not She's going to be giving a message to the country and I think that she will steal a March. Because you know she will be looking regal but even having a bad time because she just doesn't know me live with her husband and the two of them had to kind of live together the different types of relation. Yeah Andrew Tuck in London. We're going to have to leave it there. As we approach the top of their. Have a lovely day on on your on your small not-so-small Terrace. I've seen it before you have to leave it as well. Very good saying you plans for the rest of the day terraces well right well. We'll we'll we'll be able to see if there was a tan lines this time next week Thanks to Andrew who had on earlier of course James Chambers and Hong Kong Wilson in Tokyo and thanks to our producer today. Marcus hippy. And of course our sound engineer back in London I'm multiple on. Saturday is going to return next week. But don't forget I'm back tomorrow at the same time with monocle on Sunday. Thanks have a great Saturday goodbye.
"saturday" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House
"This funny. How many people get these things wrong? I kind of jazz clubs. What made you build it like this? Everyone's got an opinion about design but join on a journey to cut through the noise. We sit down with the design greats. It's just bloody minded inquisitiveness really and have you covered on everything from architecture. Product design to hunt and fashion to. There's so many collections being designed. Actually there may be easily lifespan on a designer's role at the helm of a brand. And of course we're all the key events in the design calendar with in-depth reports from our global network of correspondence. Two and a half hours by train from Amsterdam lies the historic city of master. Which every year has the happiness tae fat fat monocle design? If you guessed it is Monaco's weekly designed show tune in every Tuesday at twenty hundred London time or download the podcast on itunes or spotify. And you're back with each other. We're live in Zurich. It said just seventeen forty two in Tokyo sixteen forty two in Hong Kong ten forty two here in Zurich on a very very sunny Saturday. I think it's going to get rather warm. Do they? Linley here Looking you'RE GONNA. You're looking at toasty in that top. Anyway but it's fine. It's over keeping reasonably cool in in studio here before we went to James in Hong Kong. You're doing your piece out of the Kodiak they're leading on this fifteen thousand fines handed out in the last days. Yes people even their houses all over Italy. Just tell me what do you WanNa say the coach Jeff? Something else cody at end. Just look at one of the articles. Were Antonio Pulido. Who SAYS LESEAN THEIR MEDICATION? There's the syndrome of those who are escaping or who are sneaking out and everyone believes that the viruses elsewhere and it's not where they but he. He makes a bit of a job at the Swedes. Saying the Italians are being a bit like the Swedes. Either not staying in lockdown. They're not seeing their homes and you know usually the Italians are portrayed as those who follow the rules perhaps less than their nordic neighbours. So there's a bit of a little bit of gloating there. Perhaps but he does make a very good point. He says it's really hard to keep your distance when you're in the narrow alleyways of Naples for instance or in a small neighborhood little market in Rome and the little piazza's it's very hard to keep your meter distances. And also he makes the point of an elderly person in. Sicily is not gonNA go online on Amazon to order. They're the groceries or their cigarettes if you want so. The good news is that apparently people are not taking their children out that much in this bit of controversy. Whether you could you couldn't take them out with you and actually Yukon. But can I have my moment of spirituality? You take take your moment one minute but I think there's something interesting about this piece. Though which is of course Italy versus Sweden into compare the two but also Sweden's official policies and rules are very different. I was I was even just having a little bit of scattered around. You know you can look at many. Many things closed all over Europe. But if you compare Amsterdam versus Zurich versus what's going on versus Stockholm Stockholm very much open for business? Today the department stores are open. You can go to all kinds of specialty store as you can go and get your haircut. You can do all kinds of things and you on that. The Swedish government is saying also you know just they. You can't stop this. It'd be very. It's almost a constitutional challenge to sort of lockdown The country so in a way. It's almost an officially sanctioned. That okay we have to let people do what they want to follow the rules But we're not in a situation where we can be imposing maybe the same heavy-handed Saba call to Conan Setup that we certainly have In Italy at the moment and as my colleagues room say we do tend to be not great great rule followers no such a such a st okay spiritual spiritual mom reality while the pope went on air unless as newscast in Italy to it was it was obviously a taped message and he's just called on people to make gestures of tenderness towards those who are suffering. You talked about the elderly small children and he his message was the pope is close to you and also please pray for me. A he has. He has an elderly person. He has been tested and he. He didn't come out positive but he kept telling the you know the potent knows what you're going through and Francis was saying it's a moment this difficult for all of us. Please be generous and help your neighbors. And he said in this moment of the physical distancing if you want to be creative in showing your love for people thought that was rather nice and then On that note there was a very touching if you want a little profile further back in the in the in the pages of data where they profile a postman in bed gumma bed. Komo one of the hardest hit cities up north in. Its Leeann actually supposed to woman. What is the expression for that? A female postal worker. But yeah she's she's person host person and it's very touching she says she she's reflecting on going to people's doors ringing the doorbell and no incomes and so many people who have passed away and she. She lost several elderly relatives in this corona crisis. And I it's just a rather small Look at a life in a little village and how this global pandemic it and when you look at the little small stories everyone has has been affected by it absolutely. We're GONNA go to the Financial Times in a moment but As I said at the top of the show and we every week we have either Andrew or myself of course they have calms over over the weekend We heard from Andrew in the last hour. I also entered into an outstanding piece Last week in his was really managed to London And just a great love for the city and all the London is is going. Through a bit of a Punchier View. This week five little observations about the city and is going to join us at the moment but I listen to his. Call them for a second.
"saturday" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House
"And welcome back to Zurich. We're alive and you're with me. Julie is here with the papers. We'RE GONNA BE TALKING TO JAMES CHAMBERS. Our Bureau chief in a Hong Kong in a moment. I'm sure you'd like to be in Tokyo as well from time to time. Juliet you. You took us to. We did have Swiss papers out of the way before we go to Hong Kong Something from that's good okay. Okay here's your headline on created. Drop before he cars up you control as you know Too many people still going out even though they have these draconian well. This is what the leading with on a Saturday that we're well into this now. Of course not nice weather probably all over Italy. And and and what are they? What are they saying? As a result in in the last forty eight hours fifteen thousand fines were issues thousand industries. Yes so people who are caught. You know what we now are. We in H- we're in the hundreds at territory. If you get a fine now in Italy it's up to four thousand okay. Yeah yesterday talking to a colleague in Rome and she said I do take. They have six year old seven year old son. I do take him out on his bike and I said the finest pretty high. She's at nine. Oh but we're just going crazy in here so I'm willing to risk and she's not talking about a millionaire or anything but it's just that everyone is going quite nutty and as you know the weather's really good in. Rome is very warm so yeah so a lot of finds being issued and you've probably heard just like in France you have this altitude tickets unit that you have to. It's a self written documents in Hawaii for adults exactly exactly and so. I was talking to another colleague who is saying that. Her husband visits his elderly mother out of town outside of Rome and he takes four different certificates with him so according to at what point he could be stopped at a roadblock he'll put out a different one either it's once he's going to supermarket if he's close enough to home and close to market or once stating that. I don't know that he's got to go visit his his elderly mother because she's got medical issues so but they're still I don't know is it in their nature to sort of want to flaunt the rules for very very human reasons. You know I mean getting out getting your little kid out the house. Because he's going stir crazy and you don't even have a terrorist is very understandable. I guess wanting to visit your elderly. Mother is understandable so yes so a lot of fines also businesses that are actually doing business despite there being banned and young and then of course there's always the ongoing issue of the prisons. Yes Yeah I don't think that's just Italy. No I mean we've been telling Switzerland last night In Geneva a bit of a flare-up as well prisoners of course having issues with the conditions In Geneva and they had to call that extra reinforcements there as well. But I think it's also it's it's a mixed picture in Switzerland I was talking to A banker friend in Geneva and he said that his feeling is that in the French part of Switzerland certainly in and around the Geneva area people are not behaving maybe as well or at least the same sense he gets if people are in Saint Gardiner Basel or Zurich And then as we know there's been a special series of measures as well just into Chino in Switzerland For the Italian part of the country. Where there's you know they're asking for over over sixty five you really need to say it and and and the way this is. Actually it's a rule you cannot go out. Of course. They've sort of run in a run into locked horns with the Federal Council and burn even though the federal government of course agrees it should happen. these are these are issues that at a federal level and maybe not at cancel level So of course. A lot of administered time at taken up we are. Let's come back to the Italian papers in a moment. I just want to jump over to Hong Kong James Chambers. Our Bureau Chief. Is there a good afternoon? James James Good Afternoon Tyler. How you very well. How a lockdown it would you five six days away from seeing the freedom of the streets actually probably eight hours away. My Love Lockdown for me finishes at midnight tonight so it's my last day of a prison. Oh freedom depending on how you look at it but no no bars or pubs to go to. I believe that there's at least a two week suspension now on on such venues at at this point or is that is that fully confirmed now or not so this. This new the newest the news in Hong Kong is the government is shut down places that exclusively sell alcohol so Baas and pubs. That came in quite symbolically at six pm yesterday so Friday just after work when in normal times a lot of people in Hong Kong would head to the ball on wind down with a drink so a lot of people did go to that BAA yesterday just to see what this rule actually meant in practice and a lot of had to shut but there are the kind of these loopholes where your bar and a restaurant so you found a lot of last night will ordering a lot of food so they could still continue drinking their beers and on that. Yes this this new phase that were in Hong Kong and of course seeing something similar down down the track in Singapore As well is the analysis and I guess the reflection on what is happening. This is all the second wave this. This called for people to to return back. So as we're mostly seeing that this this new spike Is is really people who have returned back or are these also just pockets of infection that that might have already been there and have somehow rumbled up again. I think this is a kind of a belt-and-braces approach because you look at the numbers. It's still people coming back from abroad So that the latest figures are we had forty five new cases thirty four of them would travel related most of them kind of students coming back from other the UK or the US when it comes to people who actually picking up infections although the virus from balls. We're looking at about six of the remaining nine so I guess you could say that the government still just being very thorough. There was there was a time when I think the government got a bit angry and and so did a lot of people here when about two or three weeks ago when people when when people are feeling more comfortable they out there on the streets. They were drinking outside of boss particularly foreigners who weren't wearing masks and then when the numbers started to take up again it was kind of blame going on. I'm trying to suggest that the foreign population in Hong Kong that weren't being stringent as As the locals. So there's a bit of that is a bit of kind of trying to make sure that everybody follows the rules and the feeling that this kind of ban on bars is targeted on that community and just going just going back to also just leisure time tennis court said beaches et Cetera What's the government's position on? Not because I mean you were reporting this very well James. A few weeks ago it was the those first days people were feeling good. Maybe there was a bit of it. Overstep on on some size but beyond bars and pubs et Cetera. Et where else are we? Seeing a bans on gathering yes late. They bands like shut down a lot of public facilities a month ago. You're swimming pools and things like that but you know the parks are still open It'd be difficult to close them because they normally open twenty four hours. Beaches are closed. Technically but of course It's very hard to police that most other things have been close gone last week. So we had James Cinemas k-tvhe Mah Jong Policy was one that the chief executive seemed to be resisting the hottest. It seems the only one that she won't because down for now and it seems common with the world is headdresses in salons. That seems to be the last place that remains open. So a lot of places are shuts. But you still get people on the streets doing that. Exercise and walking around freely. I mean today is a very solemn day in the Chine. China mainland China Taiwan and Hong Kong. It's the Jinming festival which is a tomb sweeping day when families go to honor their ancestors and clean the gravesites burn incense. So that's that's going to be a bit different this year. Because they've put a cap on the amount of people who can gathering Publix or four families older families having to go in in two groups or not even go at all and there's been a lot of that kind of hand clapping for for the health workers a lot of the big skyscrapers that have led lights on the outside of being kind of beaming. Message support this weekend. So I guess this this whole idea of honoring. The dead takes on a new meaning this year. James what level of let's say of Solidarity. Do you see between Hong Kong and your neighbors over in Taiwan. At the moment of course there's been various flare ups as as there always are When it comes to Taiwan of verses China and Taiwan as it felt there. They're not getting enough recognition of course not part of the WHO Did they obviously they? They they locked Dick diplomatic recognition in in many corners but they they said from a benchmark point of view. They've they've done a number of things. No one's really paying attention to the Madame Hongkongers feel about their relationship to to the Taiwanese. Well Hong Kong and Taiwan to feel very close because they both feel that the plenty of pressed by the mainland by Beijing and when during the protests in Taiwan was a Balto for a lot of Activists here who wanted to try to escape the long arm of of Beijing and so many of them fled to Taiwan or decided to move that. But it's been sliding different this time around because Taiwan. They've they've probably responded The best to this and the gala respect for it but they shut down that board is very quickly and they shut out Hong Kong so very early on. We went to allow to go to Taiwan. And I guess that seems to have Chasing slightly because it was very much everyone looking after that road and Looking at their own Mitchell island and so that that feeling of of salad solidarity's cuts off for a while. Because nobody can travel. They used to be loads and loads and loads of flights going back from Taipei to Hong Kong. But that came to a stop a long time ago so I think that solidarity is going to be a cutoff for now But of.
"saturday" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House
"We're testing people When they need to be tested and then the people around them where identifying clusters And you know it's it's a waiting game at the moment it's unclear whether that policy is going to be effective or not at the moment. The numbers are are good but they are definitely increasing. You know we've been talking about this lockdown It it sort of feels like you know the phoney war situation where we're waiting this lockdown. It's not happening. But numbers are going up. And I think particularly Tokyo obviously are the places not so factored but that that it seems to edge closer and closer to more of a serious down but no soccer's bad as well and Tokyo decision to keep the schools closed at least until may you know. Obviously that's the that will be open to discussion. May but I think Tokyo's the big discussion at the moment. Just because the numbers here are worse and You know the testing issue You know remains to be proved. We're talking about it all over the world aren't we who has got it. Right is is testing the answer and not clear. An Japan is obviously decided that the moment that mass testing is is is not the answer. If you're just before we go. I is much of a discussion if you look. In the pages of the Asahi Shimbun the Yomiuri Shimbun. The Nick Gay is is there. Also a discussion. You're talking about a triple digit increase in the hundreds. It's not it's not thousands like we're seeing elsewhere. We're talking about a country which has over a hundred million people. Is there an ethical debate? Also in the Japanese press about it. What is the trade off here? A completely closed society that you're going to close down the world's third biggest economy because you're in you know you've got thousands of cases potentially But versus of course cedar key closing down you know one of two major economic engines on the Asia Pacific. Now I mean. That's a huge discussion. The business angle is absolutely massive and I mean clearly they do not want to shut down the economy. You know the repercussions just two enormous. So yeah that that's a big discussion you know. They've been offering emergency loans. And you know the the take-up in Tokyo has has has been quite extraordinary. These emergency loans for small and mid sized companies in P- it's already the request for assistance has already gone over a billion dollars so already people are hurting. So the idea that in the potential for the economic harm with a full lockdown is obviously really terrifying the government. And they're doing everything to avoid that. So yeah I think that is. That's going to be a big big discussion in the next week or so. I think you're right about the numbers that you know when you see what's going on in Europe Obviously it's no nothing like that. I think what you know. And this is what the. Us Embassy was saying with lack of testing. Are we about explosion of cases? We've been talking about that. We just don't know. What do we know if there is an explosion? Then what will happen so I think at the moment the idea is. Let's you know the sort of holding pattern. But they're putting in place. These emergency packages. They're talking about next week. There's going to be financial. Assistance for households are hurting is going to be a cash handout. Not that much. I felt they were talking about three hundred thousand yen which is about two and a half thousand euros And that said that's potentially coming in this supplementary budget. That's coming up. Funeral Wilson in Tokyo will of course keep following this As as you're listening to Monaco on Saturday said just coming up to twenty six minutes past the hour when we come back we. We've got to Juliette Linda here. Still looking at The papers from across Europe around the world roles are GONNA be crossing over to Hong Kong to speech. Warr Bureau chief James Chambers. Stay with us. What can you learn in a minute? More than you think. If he's subscribe to monocle daily email newsletter the monocle. Minute.
"saturday" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House
"Me and points their other systems. They're selling vouchers to into the future. So for instance by ten haircuts now so that you give them. They're all they're all hurting. Aren't they right now? They have no income and so you can sort of by the future of ARC. I I liked the idea of by by ten haircuts in advance. What about masks policy? Are you wearing your mosque when you go out? No I don't have. Can you think this issue? Can you get him out? I wanted to ask because I had a bit of A. I was up in the mountains for for two days and I noticed that the woman who looks after our building she was wearing a mask and then I went to the pharmacy. Just just out of interest. Do you have any mosques? And they're absolutely not even though they were all wearing masks in the pharmacy behind. Plexiglass as well so no the interesting things. This week is Zurich starts its own production so the city of Zurich has bought their own mask making machine to the tune of seven hundred and sixty thousand Swiss francs and they will be able to produce thirty two thousand mask today now in Zurich from next week so lineup no. I think that's I mean it's interesting because I think at a when you see so many people getting on the case of of various manufacturers various governments of course overnight. We've we've heard that you know that supposedly The White House has been demanding that three M of course one of the biggest makers of medical mouse can the world should not Be Exporting candidates. Should keep all of the supply in the United States which is rather difficult when this is of course a global multinational company and they have to of course keep many other markets. Happy happy as well so I think when people are sort of fumbling around and looking for supplies actually. It's quite interesting idea that the city just look we're going to move into production ourselves sufficiency for you. Now let me ask you this on the on on the front page of career of this daily. I'm looking here at the opinions and get them. Lean Muscular Molina's saying that. He wears his mosque as a placebo. So he's sort of putting it on. Just calm everybody else's fears but he says I whip it off right away and then I see here in Zurich people jogging with their math on. That seems a bit extreme. But he's saying you know mosques in the future are probably here to say. This is much more so in. Asia. Aren't they you? You see far more when people travel through airports you see the more on Asian people then Europeans for sure I am at the European still have a bit of a cultural issue with them as we know. Of course you know our our colleagues in Japan or wearing masks because it's normally when when they're ill or certainly this time of year not in in a year of a virus because of Poland As well and this is something which is it is a good paulin protector. I think it would be a shame though if we ended up in a world where your masks became the norm All the time maybe for a little bit of reference in perspective on that We should cross over to Tokyo. Our Bureau chief. Fiona Wilson is standing by good afternoon. Fiona hello there okay so just. Juliette clearly has a question about The notion of mouse you've been in in I extorted say you've been in Japan for decades now I have to. I don't think I've ever seen you wearing a mask. Oddly and I'm wondering as a as as as as the European sitting in our bureau as a as a Westerner in in Tokyo do you still find. There's a bit of a somehow a bit of a Cultural Bridge to cross or do you do it in when when when when appropriate it's a it's a very interesting question. I mean enough. I never suffered from the pollen. The Hay fever that you're talking about until last year so hasn't really been an issue and also been a free of colds. Luckily but I can tell you now I absolutely am wearing a mask on every body is and it's just here. There's no problem with people wearing masks. It's not seen a strange or clinical. It's totally normal to walk into a shop. Audrey coffee wearing a mask no problem you can go into the groove shop in Tokyo at the moment visible you a whatever they're wearing mosques all the staff and it's just standard here and I think this issue of does it really make a difference. You know people aren't even asking that question. They're just thinking well we're wearing them anyway. No problem and in fact there's a new I mean Shinzo up is coming for loss of steak. I have to say but there's a a plan next week. Every house sold will be receiving two mosques through the post so that sort of Gore's mosques by them so that that's going to be next week so excitement in a bit of trouble for this through also be washable as well Anderson so to every household So I guess throw throw them throw them in the washer and the tumble dryer. And then you can you can whack them on again and I guess people i. I would rather just annoyed probably because not that effective but more to the point a bit of a waste of taxpayers dollars. Well it did seem quite quite a strange priority Definitely and of course you know he is. He's become an Internet. Meme absolutely you know. They put marks over his is. Is He really looking at the real situation? People say what do you do if you got three children? Are you going to pick the two favorites if you've only got these two mosques so he's come in for law stick for this policy but I think you know here the mosque? There's just no issue and it's really interesting the European American perspective on it which is thinking that it's something so extraordinary And it's interesting throughout Asia. It's just standard practice so that that's interesting in the long run to see what different that make and I steel. That's been very very mixed messaging safe from the W. H. O. You know you've had the US government saying one thing now saying another. And I think he hasn't really had to be an issue. They have not to say that much about mosques because people will just be wearing them anyway if you last week when we checked in on there was obviously an issue of course not issue but We we saw Tokyo under. Its first lockdown. What's happened this weekend? Is it the exact same situation it has and hasn't been extended beyond Tokyo at this point Do we see this in Osaka Fukuoka and elsewhere. Well this is. It's the exact same situation amazing weather today so there was a bit of concern that more people but in fact. Interestingly I think you know. The city is more lockdown today than it was last week and a lot of places have closed that we're open last weekend and it's not because the law has told them to and that's what's interesting. It's kind of self-regulation this weekend. We're saying the closure of a lot of karaoke places of Pachinko Paulison and these were seen as places where Costa's might happen. Enclosed spaces With poor ventilation and they even identified a cluster Sake kabuki-cho which is the you know as you know the entertainment district in Shinjuku in Tokyo. This has been a trustee of cases in these small ball so a lot of those places are actually closed this weekend to to avoid that. But it's not because they are being forced to just. The word is now gone out from the Tokyo governor. That would be the request and and I think we talked about this last week. That a request here is is is kind of an order but without saying it's an order so I think you're seeing a lot more things shutdown Matsumoto Kiyoshi big pharmacy chain. That's closed save. Close these big central locations where people usually gather at the weekends. They're buying cosmetics whatever not necessarily drugs so I think there is a. There is a definite difference weekend. The weather looks really row. P. Tomorrow Rainy and much cold so I think that will also keep people in Massimo to Kyoshi closed what he can do richer sort of Manga eyeliner. That's a bit of a problem I mean one in Shibuya is such a magnet for people but actually if you go through Shibuya today I've seen pictures. It's much much quieter all the places that we've seen a sucks these places that usually are absolutely heaving sorry for a and yesterday I was at Meiji Shrine First thing in the morning and it was usually. It's it's absolutely one of the busiest places it's on the biggest tourist attractions in Tokyo and it was completely empty so I think that's the sort of feeling at the moment people are are staying in. I mean it must be culturally different difficult right now because this is the time of year when people it is the chorus season. I imagine that the core I think the cherry blossoms came a little bit early. This year. If I understand willing to even out when I was in Tokyo must what three or four weeks ago at this point. So maybe it's coming to a bit of a close. I would imagine but it must be just incredibly difficult For people to to to stay indoors as you said our requests from the governor is is a bit of an order but it must be extraordinarily tempting. And I'm I'm wondering. Do you see a bit of a generational shift Those you know the older silver set in Tokyo who who've been through so much Are they perhaps a little bit more? The ones who are more tempted to go outside even though they might be higher risk Then then of course The young in Tokyo. You're seeing a few children out and about which surprised me. I did talk down to the shops earlier but I think Tokyo. They've taken that temptation away because the weather is amazing and there are still cherry blossoms and they really spectacular as you know. They've closed a lot of parks so very few parks. Now Open a few small play parks but places whether are particularly good cherry blossoms. They've just shut the gates said there's no temptation and as you know usually people would be in the millions picnicking under cherry trees at the moment. And that's just not happening I. It was slightly happening at the beginning of the season. And I think the governor of Tokyo just realized right. We need to shut this down so that was one thing they did. They just closed the park so Yogyakarta near the Monaco Bureau is now closed permanently. At the moment I mean they don't know when it reopened. I also security that this week. He said we don't know but they've just kept that close. It's not a huge loss to Tokyo. Tokyo doesn't have many big green open spaces as you know. And that's one of the biggest and it's completely closed at the moment. Just I wonder if the announcement that's come from the the US embassy In Tokyo that has gone out to Americans. Which is that. Look if you want to get back to the states you better go now. because Things might be locked down for for a while and I'm wondering if eight and then of course we've been talking about this. Bigger lockdown certainly for feels like almost ten days. Now what's going to happen in Japan but to send a number of ripples out is is quite a big discussion the fact that at the US embassy is talking this up Then we're looking at something which is far reaching. Which of course is going to go beyond Tokyo. I can't imagine that you're gonNA lock the country down and you only just focus on Tokyo Osaka and Kyoto It's it's going to have to be the whole Shebang or nothing. No yeah I know so now with seeing clusters all over Japan. I mean overseas. Tokyo's absolutely the worst and today they just came out. Today's figures for new infections. It's gone into triple figures for the first time today. One hundred and ten. She's been reported so definitely. That's new but no I mean I think you know what the American embassy said which also brought in this discussion about testing which has been a big question here. That Japan has not been doing that many tests. They've defended that policy. The government is defended that policy. Very strongly saying there's no point in testing everyone..
"saturday" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House
"Good morning we're live in Zurich and you're listening to Monaco on Saturday coming up. Japan is warned that is not doing enough to halt the spread of cove nineteen. Meanwhile even the most conservative companies are rethinking ways to do business in a country that has been reluctant to embrace the idea of working from home. We'll hear from articles bureau chief in Tokyo. Fiona Wilson will also be in Hong Kong where bars and pubs have been ordered to close for two weeks. All that had plus a roundup of the day's papers it Saturday. The fourth of April live from due for ninety here in Zurich. This article on Saturday. Good morning we are live in Zurich. You're listening to Monaco on Saturday with me. Toddler lay and just a couple of things across our going to be going to Japan. We're going to be talking to are are few and a Wilson of being Hong Kong. Of course a little bit later As well it's the fears waking up right now. It's Saturday the fourth of April. We are live in Zurich and this is monocle on Saturday just before we move on with of course our our guests and a couple of other topics. Let's just look at what's happening around the world. China has observed a three minute silence to mourn the victims of the country's corona virus outbreak. The White House has been accused of sending mixed messages over weather at the. Us public should wear face masks. Police robot is patrolling the streets of the Tunisian capital Tunis to ensure that residents are observing the lockdown. We have a great lineup. Say we're going to be talking to Wilson to James Chambers in Hong Kong as well but I'm happy to say that Juliet Lindley is here Pity interesting start. Don't know what happened at control base back in London but anyway let your good morning very nice to see you. Good Morning. Good to see you again. Tyler how are you? I'm very well so since you were last year. Which was just six days ago. We've now got you in on a Saturday. Why we just talk about the week because I guess you must be somewhat happy that Easter holidays here. So you're you're out of what has been almost three weeks of four weeks of home schooling. Now it's two weeks two weeks of home schooling and yes. I have to admit it is a bit of a relief Yes don't need to open up all those Ipads and get the kids online and time for their online registration and all that but that said like so many parents around the world as Easter break approaches. Everybody is wondering well. What are we going to do with the kids? How much online yoga can you have them doing? In the living room How many sprints can you have them doing on the terrorists? If you're lucky enough to have a little garden maybe you can have them go out. Maybe even do an Easter egg hunt. Who knows the other that? Yeah so it's a bit of a bitter sweet moment With that though of course. There's there's been a lot of discussion In Switzerland we can't threatening noises but as we were saying the last hour There there's been certainly the federal council's with Minnesota. Okay anyway don't do what you want. But of course we're not going to prevent you and this is a time of year that normally around Easter time people had south. If you're if you're a new surname if you're in Zurich if you're in Basel people tend to head down to Chino Which of course is the Italian part of this country at an area which has been particularly hard hit. We've seen a lot of stories right now is saying that. Of course they haven't quite reached the peak. They think that probably the next four or five days is going to be very critical time. The last thing they need is then the north of Switzerland descending on on the region. What does that mean Juliet for people who are here in Zurich because I think that there is there is obviously a huge fear with good weather that That things might might unravel a little bit. That is indeed the fear. Isn't it tyler? We are seeing news that the interior ministry saying they're going to increase police presence To indeed avoid people from rushing down to the south to have their resort to end their middle winds in teaching and honestly. That's not on the Yukon Zurich. Is it a police presence and you never see police cars in the city? I've never seen the cops in Zurich spending. That's that's nice gray boxes and cameras which do at a very efficient job as we know yes so so interior minister ambassador is indeed urging people not to head south saying indeed to the peak hasn't been reached yet but we are seeing more people out and about the weather is great. I have to say ever. Since the Dan was announced mid-march it's never been Sunnier or warmer in the city. Has it so it's GONNA be tough to keep people in and as as you were saying there hasn't a clear demarcation of what exactly is locked down in terms of in relation to say Italy where you absolutely are not allowed to go up and so people sort of well? Can I just go for a walk on my own? Yes you can but if we all go for walks on our own and we all go down to the lake all of a sudden you're not just three people maximum five Do do we want to maybe start with The papers We can do this at a leisurely pace today. There's there's no great no great rush but where do you WANNA start? Let me start with the tacky targets on targets on tiger. Okay which again for our listeners. Who are not familiar with the with the target. The target is one of the newspapers of record in in Zurich and German speaking Switzerland. It is of course You know they're in line with with with the ends Ed Zad but one would say not as widely read beyond the borders Switzerland. It's much it's almost feels exericse paper in a way where the wash is like. Okay so what are what have you found well now. Of course they're headlining. This is double the emergency loans program to forty billion francs to stave off insolvencies. And I mean as we know in just one week companies here have taken out. Fourteen billion francs in state backed loans now. Finance Minister really matters saying that. Four hundred thousand small companies as struggling and most of those companies employ less than ten people and businesses. Just just as background. Businesses can borrow up to twenty million francs tyler at a lower interest and they have five years to repay their debt. But that said in the target. They're saying how the government blocks plan by Interior Minister Bissett to inject one hundred million francs into creating more. Kinder- clipper into more daycare centers. Because as we've talked about before on air and off air for working parents having your children at home online schooling coupled with everything else like cooking housework all of that is is is debilitating in a way a lot. Parents are really sort of demanding. That aren't they maybe they are. I mean I that I thought over the into the heart of the kindergartens. Wh when you walk around I mean compared to other and say well lightening compared to other cities around the world. It is quite interesting That that here there really seems to be already enough of a safe to. I know it might be going to territory here right now. Of course it's what's in. Everything costs a lot here. Prohibitive for a lot of of of let's say so. So you're you're upset that Mr Bell that he he blocked this hundred million set and another thing. That upsets me is on page. Twelve of the target of tiger. They're looking at the issue of alcoholism. And Are we drinking more under lockdown Apparently yes one is drinking. More under lockdown no bars no pubs but at home and perhaps one tends to drink even more when one is within the four walls of one's own home so anyway so they're looking at At numbers they said. They don't have statistics as yet of a spike in perhaps violence linked to alcohol. But that is what some are concerned about and perhaps expecting and then there's a little I wanted to do you think there's too much attention right now on. It's almost domestic. Violence is the only other mental health story that we're time on because you you see the World Health Organization talking about it and it sort of like other sort of parallel issue which of course it is serious but I don't think that enough of a light is being shown on many other aspects that are going on as well as health or mental health. It's like I don't I don't see a lot on that for example And even the the mental health of small business owners were everyone sort of concerned about domestic. Violence were Lotta people living in the same four walls for a long time. They can still. They can still go out so I I think we need to be expanding this beyond the notion of of course. There is violence in the household. You have a point. I mean Y I. I haven't seen any statistics but I'm expecting to see Numbers for let's say even suicide of of small business owners. I mean I think in Italy there have been some Some bad news coming out on that front so Yes domestic violence. Isn't the only thing out there. But it is an issue in your Locked up and locked down absolutely. Let's go back to the story though that they're running about this. The potential alcoholism. I was just going to wrap it up by saying that on the front on the front page. They have a little cartoon that you're delivering your daily deliveries arriving quite soon course. There is a boom in online retailers. That's for sure. No the cartoon just has a has a gentleman who's clearly a shop that selling alcohol and he's on the phone saying Yep all the movies gone more or less and then behind him. There is a pile of corona beers untouched. Right well you start. They're also stopping production of krona beer as well. We can do this and other day to get to the bottom of why. It's even called Corona virus. I never well well. Covert nineteen or why? It's not called Wuhan virus and many other things so I do I do I. Have you read that story? I don't I haven't seen that story the krona story. So maybe that's at the deep investigation that we that we need to look at on the topic units very good segue because tomorrow morning on Our Sunday program we have Chandra. Kurt here In the spirit of maybe having a drink at home. Chandra Kurt of course is a Swiss wine expert and she will be telling our listeners telling us What is tasted have around the table across Easter And certainly at ten o'clock on Sunday morning Which I think is also completely acceptable as this of course the global show. So it's it's after five o'clock somewhere in the world thought the world so that's GonNa be tomorrow morning from ten o'clock Zurich time here on Monocle twenty-four are we done with the with the papers sake. Yes but I would like to point out. I think we we touched on it..