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"saxe" Discussed on WTOP
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"saxe" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Well? Hi luma says FTX was pure fraud needs to be dealt with in that fashion. In San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. All right, Eddie, thank you. Steen Jacobson joins us next to Steen is the CIO at saxo banky joints from our studios in Singapore. I don't know where to begin staying. First of all, thanks for being with us. Is it the fed? Is it what's going on in China? Talk to me about what's top of mind for you as you survey markets this morning. It is that I've been doing this job for 30 years and never seen a bigger gap between what the market is looking into in terms of 23 and what the fed and the policy maker wants to communicate. I think the meeting yesterday was a very, very clear signal how the market continues to fade whatever the fed is doing. It was a very hawkish on his own statement by fat. And the market is saying, listen, it's not going to work. We're going to have inflation down to two and a half percent by the end of next year. Your terminal rate is too high and there is a recession coming. I don't understand that. I am a person who likes to believe in facts, facts right now is that we have full employment. We have to run rate for Federal Reserve Q four and our casting in the case of Atlanta fed and Europe fed running at north of 3%. We have the easier financial condition tonight than we had started to increase in increment of 75 basis points. So I think we are more at risk of seeing sort of what we saw in the 1970s that inflation, of course, comes down year over year from baseline and then ultimately pick up again. And while we talk I don't need to curtail the Americans, but gasoline prices are about to go up as this is due to resurface being depleted in the U.S., the energy at large in Europe and globally has not been solved for, and as you say, Chinese coming online in full force again, meaning that the competition for energy for commodities is coming back into the realm, which means that everything being equal should have higher prices for that 6 months and 9 months forward. Steam is the time of year that saxe also puts out at 2023 outrageous predictions and maybe we can get to some of those in a moment, but your suggestion that inflation and growth might run very hot into the first two quarters of next year, perhaps not so outrageous based on what you're saying. Why is that? Well, I think it's outrageous because 90% of the market seems to think the opposite is going to happen. But there's an old rule of thumb in economics that the floor of inflation 12 month forward is the weight tracker. The weight trigger right now is at a level of 6 to 7% in most case in the U.S. and 5 to 6 in Europe. So I think it's going to be very difficult to see a number of 5%. And I think it is not outrageous. I agree. I mean, the world is de globalizing. The two biggest powers in the world are looking to be self sufficient, self sufficiency means that you are prioritizing strategy over the marginal cost of production. And as such, I think we live in inflationary times that's going to make structurally very different stories in terms of forecasting but also in terms of what policy made us need to do, which to my mind means they need to be more aggressive than the presently are. Or structural changes that really limit the ability to get control in a way that the fed was once able to do so that tighter monetary policy may not solve this problem alone. No, I agree. But you have to remember and people often put to me that fed can not control inflation in terms of the supply lines. They can directly because if we go back to an environment at two and a half percent and then a steering rate of 2%, we again going back to the concept where your price of money price and money the margin price of money is so cheap that anything really has an infinite return by keeping the marginal cost of capital relatively high. Let's use the term array of 5 arguments. Then the threshold for investment in the future will be 5%, which means that project that will be started will be based on having a productivity component to it, where in the past, at least to my mind, a lot of the project was built on the ability to have chief funding and then theoretically a lot of eyeballs and potential clients coming on board. That changed from a society where we are focused on getting traction in terms of numbers relative to society focus and on productivity. It's not only a very healthy sign, but also a byproduct of exactly the fed reserve policy at large. So where are you putting money to work in 2023? Is there anything in the equity space or you're hitting for a more safety? No, I like the equity space, but I like as you indirectly can tell from this conversation, I like the real economy in the U.S. 99 0% of all assets that trades are in the intangible. So IP basically. Only 10% sits in the real economy. I really like the real economy. The real economy is energy is commodities. It's defense spending. It's logistics. It's cybersecurity, which is a real issue. These states both for corporate, a government level, and ultimately, of course, on the larger ticket side bio bio remains a very, very strong you seem to be a little positive here on the China reopening and I'm wondering in the face of what we're talking about with the spike in COVID infections. I mean, there's a potential for a huge stumbling block here. Does that hold you back? Does it give you pause at all? No, because I think in terms of I have no predictability to number one. Let me stress that. But the death rate on this is very, very low. I come from a country Denmark which was the first one to open we have literally no fallout from having a totally open society. China has a different terms of vaccination and the like, but the death toll and this is going to be limited. This is a flu like condition. Yes, could it sort of activate another lockdown by local officials in China? Yes. Can it do it on a national stage? No, because simply China has now decided that part of the solution for them to get back into the growth path is by keeping the doors open independently after that you can see these potential hurdle in terms of health policy. Steam very quickly outrageous predictions, gold at 3000 Japan picking the in 200 to the dollar, the UK trying to get back into the EU 30 seconds. What's your track record like with these? Last year, we got two right. We got the faceplant on Facebook talking about how Facebook was going to have difficulty managing their business and we had The Rain check and fossil energy. So if two out of two out of ten is that they run rate, then at least one of the ones you just mentioned should come
"saxe" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Flash. All right, Charlie, thank you so much. So in 2021, sex with avenues spun off its digital business that ecommerce business now known as saxe and is headed up by our next guest. Mark metric is CEO of Sachs, Mark joins us from on Zoom from New York City. Mark good to have you with us. How are you? I'm great. How are you guys? We're doing well. Hey, you know, we're thinking a lot about inflation about the macroeconomic environment right now. I think you ever think about it. Do you ever think about? So really eager to get your thoughts on the state of the American consumer right now. We got this hotter than expected inflation number the highest in more than 40 years. How is your, how is your consumer doing at sex? Yeah, I think I want to just focus on the luxury consumer. And as you guys mentioned, we were out in the field with research and two things. We're seeing in the response of our business, you know, we feel very good about the core luxury consumer. Just both from how they're showing up and how they're shopping. And also they've indicated, you know, 75% of respondents to the survey that I would categorize in that core luxury consumer said that they would spend the same, if not more. Over the next three months than the prior three days. You're talking about people just so we can have these definitions for our audience. These are people who have an income of $200,000 per year plus. Yes. Okay, so like a household income or an individual. A household. Okay. And are they younger, older? What are they? I love knowing the demos when it comes to retail. Well, it's about stage not age. These are people that are luxury consumers. They love fashion. Their aspirational, their core, so they're a bit all over, but if you really want to dig down and look at it, you're actually seeing a little bit on the response side, more positivity and it's probably from a recency bias because the younger consumer hasn't seen one of these moments before. They're feeling a little bit more bullish than the boomers or the silence. So interesting. But again, the overall response has been positive on what they're thinking from a luxury standpoint. So from a luxury standpoint, are they buying luxury clothes, luxury stuff for the house, luxury, cosmetics, what specifically luxury you can cover a lot. Yeah, so for us, it's really, it's about accessories and apparel. Okay, that's where we center. Now they're still looking at home and other and other types of luxury products inside of their lifestyle, but the core business for us is around that and accessories and leather goods. What kind of luxury apparel have people moved away from all of the comfy wear? And listen, I love a great pair of yoga pants. They're not inexpensive. So I consider that kind of luxury as well. But are people trading up? They're going out, they're going to places, and so you can see that it reflected in what they're buying. Absolutely. And you know what we're seeing in a great indicator of that is sneakers became, it's like you almost only wore sneakers for a while. And now we're seeing shoes make a big comeback. And that's been good. Guys are getting dressed up again. She's getting dressed up. It's a dressy sandal. It's not just the sandal. It's a shoe. It's not a sneaker. There's a lot of heel coming back. Platform heels are going to be one of our biggest trends as we come into the next couple of months. So it is about getting dressed. It is about going out. It's about traveling and it's good for business. Can I say, I love me some platforms for Tim. I'm just gonna put that out there. Okay. I got nothing to follow up on that, Carol. I do want to know Mark. I want to know about how spending has shifted because if I think about what we've been talking about for the past two plus years, the idea that people filled their homes with stuff, and then it got stuck on ships, so they couldn't do that. Then they started buying things as they got back to the office, but now it seems like demand for vacations and experiences is back. This idea of stuff we were talking about back in 2019, especially when it comes to millennials spending their money on not on stuff, but on doing things. How did that factor into your research? Yeah, so the research came back and look, you know, when asked, respondents number one on their list is travel and leisure. And that's fine. Because with luxury and again, being a goat, so being that go out and travel, I'm glad for you to take a vacation. Because you're going to buy a lot of stuff to wear on that vacation. I'm glad that you're going back to the theater. I'm glad that you're meeting friends and going to weddings. This is all good for sacks and for luxury. So that's okay, but right on the heels of that response, again, was leather goods and accessories were right there behind that. For this high end luxury consumer on where and how they want to be spending. Mark, help me out here because, you know, when we talk retail and the consumer world, we constantly talk about it. We often have heads of companies talk to us about this seamless omnichannel experience. So you guys are focusing on ecommerce. How do you guys do it? How do you make sure that you're covering how the consumer wants to shop? Yeah, you know, we do focus on ecommerce, but we focus on the consumer. And that's really what we've done with the split is just enabled my company to focus on the
"saxe" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Believes Russian president Vladimir Putin has decided to invade Ukraine speaking at The White House Biden said the situation around Ukraine is rapidly escalating We believe that they will target Ukraine's capital key a city of 2.8 million innocent people Biden hosted a call with European allies and Canada's prime minister before his speech He said the U.S. and allies remain in lockstep on the crisis The X Minnesota police officer sentenced for killing an unarmed black man says she didn't have a right to be in the same room as his mother A judge sentenced Kim Potter to 16 months in prison and 8 months of supervised release for killing Dante Wright during a traffic stop the judge said this was a very tragic case because a life was lost and a good police officer made a bad mistake A funding bill is preventing a government shutdown for at least a few weeks President Biden signed a bill that funds operations through march 11th The original deadline to fund the government was today I'm Brian shook And I'm Charlie pellet At Bloomberg world Hank waters Stocks fell for a second straight week on geopolitical tensions investors are also evaluating the interest rate backdrop Muhammad Al Arian is the president of queens college Cambridge and his chief economic adviser to Allianz and a Bloomberg opinion colonist I don't buy the 7 hikes for this year I think that would be excessive And I don't look at how the market has rushed to price this And it just tells me that the fed better get out there with guidance otherwise they're really going to lose control of the policy narrative Bloomberg opinion columnist Muhammad el Arian Several big retailers will be reporting earnings next week including Macy's Home Depot and Lowe's as for the broader retail outlook Steve sadoff is a senior adviser to Mastercard and former CEO of saxe He says consumers are holding up The high end consumer wants to spend money on themselves They haven't been traveling international travel as way down and they want to treat themselves They've been stuck at home in the pandemic and you're seeing it come about in terms of the luxury spending Steve sadoff formally of sex Two prominent declining stocks today after earnings Roku and DraftKings Cameron Dawson is chief market strategist at fieldpoint private securities A lot of these individual stocks that are getting hit hard right now were the Mecca of the really big long Yolo option trading And so it's one of the reasons why we can see such Whitney trading because those options positions are getting unwound Cameron Dawson of field point a DraftKings was down today by 21.6% Roku down 22.3% Stocks lower S&P 500 Index fell 7 tenths of 1% the Dow also down by 7 tenths NASDAQ down 1.2% Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Charlie palette This.
"saxe" Discussed on Niners Nation
"Gonna have multiple touchdowns on the ground. one maybe rain moster. I think deebo samuel brandon. I ukraine to be heavily involved in the past game. I think the offense efficient. We're gonna be talking on monday. About how a lot of their drives ended up in points how to move the ball efficiently and you know they were going to intermingle trae. Land jimmy garoppolo. Well and offense was just able to operate like while oil sheen. They've got their healthy starting offensive line again. After you know the last preseason game. I just think the offense can be really good. I think the forty niners gonna win thirty one thirteen. I'd say i think he's going to be one of those. You know twenty nineteen blowout games where you know early into the second half. You're starting to a little bit. Because before finances trying to run the clock out and get out of their healthy either. Seven point. Spread take devoting. Niners take the points over under a little trickier. Just because i think it could be a blot. Maybe they don't score as much. But i feel pretty confident for one by at least couple touchdowns what about you. Yeah i think they win comfortably to. I'm gonna take that bet. I think i agree with jim. I think he's going to just look really good. I think that the office of line is going to give him confidence. Like we have not seen before. I think him knowing that he doesn't have to you know just we'll obviously every office line has breakdowns. But i think more than ever more than he's ever had to experience during his time in the bay area where he just. He's not going to have to worry about guys. Running free up the middle as blindside protected he has great raid supporting cast in because of that. And who is play. Caller is just him being the offense that he's going to have a strong couple of games here to start the season grid and there's going to a lot of people patting themselves on the back Because of that. And that's going to be fun to kind of play out as if anybody is ruining against that I think there's gonna be a little bit of a wild factor on both sides of the ball where people are going to be talking about the forty niners like. Oh wow this is who they can be. And i think shannon's gonna play into that. I think he wants that to happen. He wants people to talk about his football team in. He's going to do everything he can to make that happen. Because there has to be some sort of sourness in their mouth with. How last year went knowing the expectations. Coming off of twenty nine teams or think all that is gonna come together now that they do have some health. I think we're gonna be talking about. Just how nasty. They are on fast on defense. Because there's probably going to be a ton of saxe just enforcing a place for the lions or whether that's turnovers where that sacks looking stagnant on offense and we're gonna see some big plays on the forty niners often so yeah i agree i think is gonna be a game. That's thirties. Teens may be twenty eight thirteen something like that. Where before Out hot and then they just kinda put it in cruise control from there. So it's it's gonna be fun to see. I'm not sure exactly what happens is if it's gonna be a deebo ghetto. Whoever game but i think a lot everybody is going to be able to get a taste of what it's what What the offense can be. And that's going to be fun. We really didn't talk about trae land. So how much will we see trae lance. will we see trae lands. We talked about nate sub-field being protected which probably hinson. He's going to be called so How many passes traits throw over under five. I'm going to over five over five partially. Because i think he's gonna get inserted in different drives and i think at the end of the game it's going to be such a blow out. They may get like a full drive where he's able to get over five passes. What about rushing attempts over under rushing attempts to ten no does not reach ten. I would say he does throw the ball more than five times. I would guess he plays about three to four series worth and that is the score. Yeah just because the they will be up comfortably enough where they can pull guys but again at the same time you wanna see him. Play with most of the starters so that'll be interesting. It's it's a. It's an interesting dynamic that have going on here but if you are winning comfortably nobody's going to be talking about that the next day. They're going to be focused on you just punching people in the mouth so i think that is more incentive for them to get big But yeah i. I don't think we see anywhere near the amount of trade that we saw in the preseason. Damn i think it's gonna be dialed back quite a bit. And yeah just as you mentioned with him when he's ready the more he evolves as a player and just matures in just figures out how to play the position. Nfl level in gets up to playing the position at nfl game speed. That's we'll see more trae lance but we're not there yet and i don't think there's anything wrong with that so Long long long way to go. It's going to be jimmy show for now and they're gonna ride it out until that changes the athletic actually Are no sorry. Espn who predicted that jimmy garoppolo. We'll start until about we dwelled. Yeah one of those two and then lands comes in finishes high. They actually win. The division finished second in the simulations and ended up losing after lance be just feels in the playoffs which would be a great story. I feel like for the nfl. That would they lose to the packers in the divisional round. I believe was. Do you think that would be a success. For the for united's absolutely we've talked about it. A lot of people talk about super bowl or bust the teams. I hear they can make the playoffs and trae land to starting by the end of the season. Caution hinton sleep. Pathway at the end of the year call season success because now headed next season. You have a higher expectation the quarterback that's in your to on his rookie contract and started a bunch of games playoff games for you. That's fantastic things are too. I don't think obviously you know the the best case scenario would be to win a super bowl winning but that doesn't seem plausible like there are a lot of good teams are a lot of parody than fell and just for trae lance to do that like he would be he would have a special special player like they took him high so they think he's a special player but that's like over over achieving over the expectations that you would possibly thought so. I don't think that's going to happen. But twelve wins playoff win heading into the first season knowing that okay now next year with all the space that you have you can use that to buy corner or pay cornerbacks free agency pay. Who whatever position is you felt your lacking whether it's more often line whether it's somewhere in the secondary shoot go get another pass rusher who knows but That would be very success. Would set up for a lot of excitement to just because by then we would kind of see we'd have an idea of who lances but that is a long way from now. Hopefully we will be talking about that. That should be it for us We will be back next week to break down please. Rate subscribe review the five stars. Let us know what you would like us to talk about. Whatever it is on your mind. Wherever's get your podcast. K b underscore show though free to subscribe to my channel. 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"saxe" Discussed on Chatter that Matters
"Day living in the slum and was never child he was the parent to his drug addicted mother. And then something happens. The truly defines life-changing mentioned what happened. One day to you. Well i was taken out of this world by an architect and his wife. They looked at my situation and they realized how it was living in all of a sudden from one day to the next i was thrown into a life convert and they didn't happen just because because of it it happened because my father did have a relationship with my biological mother many years before that when everything was okay and and he always felt a love for her. I will say my adopted father. Father always felt a love for her and then he wanted to help her out when she was in trouble and he came over and brought food or milk or whatever and one of those days that he came over he i was there and he realized i was in that situation and he told me that once he came over he iran to him and said daddy or something like that and that he really touched him so it was really this desire this kid of having a father and then one day he came back and he saw that the situation was getting worse than you will just really really bad and While i was being left for so many weeks on end and they said we need to do something. He felt something he felt this year. This urine there's this push to be able to take care of me and to help my mother in that way and He did he took me in and I also had a step mum he was married and had a in later on a couple of more brothers actually have an older brother and two younger brothers and we'd be came family of An awkward family an interesting family of where i was. I would say as sort of misfit but at the same time loved as much as somebody can love a wild child. So did you do your stepmother ever resent the fact that you're stepfather a relationship with your biological mother and you were the bridge between to deduct that ever come in your way. No no she was. My stepmother was one of the proponents of me. Going going to her and she's always been a helping foster kids and and places and local organizations deal with foster children. He's always been in love with a was killed and so she was one of the proponents that i was that i would come to their home and in be taken care of so actually. I'm very grateful to her so she had to take care of me at a moment where i was just really really naughty and really really difficult and full of you know. Probably hate and all these things but factory for good reason. You're not it's not like you're Rescued into a refugee camp or a church group. You go from the slums to a very wealthy family. That first day with a k. Moment a car with the car was like do you remember any of those at that time that it it was more of a progressive. I would say that. I would go to their home every now and then and then slowly that became more of a constant to the point that i just stayed so it was a i would say a testing period for both for both my mother because she obviously didn't want to let me go and for them to see if they could have me In for her my stepmother i because she was the one that had to be with me almost all day long so it was a testing period. And i don't remember the exact date by the remember a moment of having my own bedroom You know well my god i have my own bedroom I have my own stuff in comfortable stuff. You said your first drawer that you go. But i would say i have shirts in there. I have underwear. I have i have i have stuff. Yes i think that I was very appreciative. All the things that i know be like brand new tennis shoes. And what it like to alleviate coming there for a day that having to go back. I mean what. What is your your your biological. Mom must have known she couldn't give you this stuff but you're coming back and you must be so excited to talk about having your own bad or having food. i mean what. What's the dynamics going on between the princeton. The paper. I think a certainly was the level of jealousy from my mother and and she wasn't one hundred percent happy about all the great things i great stories i would have. She wished she could give me all that of course and so she was in that content because of it and it was. It was an easy decision for her in the end to let me go but she knew is the right thing for me and that i was gonna begin all the opportunities but at the same time she wished she could give me that s why i felt even then that i couldn't tell her too much to be very smart about what i can. I would tell her. Just so. I couldn't be a child. I can be a child just like rambling saying all these great things that i did that day. I was very aware that. I couldn't say any of that. Because i would hurt her. And i've been very careful with words ever since. What do i say. What can i say. And what the impact that our words have on others. Did you ever feel that you could plant roots in this or that one day this would all be taken away from it because that's such a massive change your extraordinarily old soul at a young boy. But how did you ever wake up one day. This is my life going forward. I think one key factor here is that. I truly believed this guy who adopted me was my father. I believe that and they never. They never told me until later on that he was not my father. I actually thought i was going back to my father so they were clever in putting this idea there that this was meant to be and this was. This was a logical move. They were also realizing that i was very smart in terms of understandings a psychologist ecological nuances. And that if they would tell me that he was not the father said might actually go in the wrong direction so they told me you had another dad like when i was thirteen years old and that said that it said and then i realized i was a full foster kid. I was not how foster get. I was house full roster kid and actually because i was the right mindset so it was a it's always been a progressive thing you know like one day i up and i realized something. It was like slowly. They were very very very smart about it. They're slowly telling me things as we move along. And then i was reacting to this things always in a way that i of gratitude. I was always looking at all this as a every single opportunity every single gift. Everything was a something that i really cherished but now today even today is some of the scars that i have for. Example is i. I don't like being given gifts. I i hate people. Giving me things i even when i was a kid. I was like i didn't. I don't deserve this things. I don't deserve this. This gives to these opportunities if things like that. So i felt like wow. Why do i have all this. So i still something that i struggle with. How do i deserve this. Do i buy myself a car. Whatever all these things it's ridiculous but actually it is. It is a bit of the.
"saxe" Discussed on Chatter that Matters
"Mike. Yesterday's a world renowned architect. He's a renaissance man who fuses together. The creativity of the painter was a pragmatist and in the pace of engineer. He's in a costume conversation with nature. Benjamin sacks welcome to chatted at matters. Thank you for having me I'm so glad to be able to share my story with you today. Benjamin we're going to get to your career later. Studied in costa rica highly respected rhode island school of design. When you went to england one one of the top awards in the world for architecture offered a partner returned to costa rica. i want you to. I share your early days on this planet. When you're only thought was about safety and survival not following a path to purpose in pursuit. Well i think that we are shaped by key moments in our lives and for me the first years of my life where pivotal do what. I what i am now. Of course we are all shaped by those first years in my case They were tough tough. Because because my mother was a single mother and She was going through a very rough patch and that rough patch her go into drugs alcohol and live a very very difficult life with no means to be able to take care of a baby or a child so i was born into that circumstance into that world and i had to. I had to survive. I had to make it through there. Were moments where. I believed that the we're not gonna make it in terms of food in terms of literally just making through the day. And in time. I had to become the adult the grownup i had to mature very quickly to be able to make sure that we were going to eat that. Make sure that we are going to move forward so this all happened in what would would. We was sort of slum in the city of san jose most of my friends Defense choose I might. I was the only one we shoes i remember at some point. I had nothing to eat so a lot of Of their of people would just give me food as well and we would play on the streets and a little bit wild and sometimes. I didn't even know that i was wild or that i had nothing i just was and it was only at some point when i had nothing to eat that i realized the situation was not appropriate. Thinking back playing in the street as a kid and then you have to come home and when you do you often find your mom in this. Drug addicted state. What was that like. Yes i guess because because she was in that crazy world of of rock and roll and and drugs and all that we were living in a very precarious situation and everybody around as well so living in that situation forced me to be outside all day long. I didn't wanna be inside. I don't know hot hot house and So i was out on the streets all day long just playing playing what i thought was playing and also making it through She would come home after two weeks being away. Imagine imagine at know a four year old being alone for four zero four. Several weeks just having to see you know how to how to survive so that was the case for me. Sometimes she would come back she. Sometimes she wouldn't. And i had to just make it through and all of a sudden. It became the norm. It became the norm. That i had to grow up very quickly and may in survive is the good thing. Is that costa rica and is a place where there's a lot of people that are benevolent. As well. there's a lot of beauty in a lot of Love as well in people here so even though i was in a dire situation there's always key moments ski people Beautiful people that would take care of me and that will push me through in all of them What part of this journey did you ever get. A good night's sleep for me. The realization of my situation was not necessarily apparent. So i would say i would be wasn't my worry was more for my mother. None as early for the physical circumstances hours in it was more a psychological thing morris about sensibility. Not necessarily about comfort. So comfort was okay. Because i was used to it. It's not a problem at all. It was more about caring and thinking of this other human being a loving that other human being instinctively. That was what kept me awake. What worried me. Can you imagine a kid. I know Probably people hearing this. Some of you have gone through. Similar things are different points of your life. It's interesting to go through that. Such an early age it forces one to think about life in a different way at a very young age. Benjamin you're young kid and your and your mom disappears sometimes for a week or two g ever wonder if she gonna return as you're gonna come back to and which does return does she bring back strangers. My mother certainly would bring men into her house a man that i didn't know and would stay for some days and they were in there. Were different than many. And it's at cetera. I i was not judgmental. I thought that if that gave her Piece or that would give a happiness. That was fine so It was not big issue for me. It was more that she was all over the place and that she couldn't find yourself am again. These are all issues that one can see somebody else that you really love and you start taking those lessons to yourself. I was already very little. And i was thinking what i want. I don't wanna be with a thousand partners. I don't wanna be testing a million partners. When i grow up. I wanna be with one person. I wanna be with one person for the long run. I don't wanna be changing so that all shape me my the you might view of life how what i wanted. I wanted security. i wanted look jeopardy. I want a relationship. I wanted a stability all these things that i didn't have started yearning for at a very young age and would say to myself. This is what i'm going to have in the future. And hopefully when i have it i can give it back to her and so already thinking that i was gonna take care of her out very young pitcher six years old. When you're thinking this yes that's that's why some when we look when i look at a child in orono four six a five year old i can see that they have such capability for maturity for understanding. Well like we don't we in. This is something that even that. I have been thinking a lot about that. Children are much more than we think they get understanding perceive and they can they can they can see the world in a in a in a way that will surprise all of us and i think if the that awareness of children of adults about the per about the perception of children or the capability of children.
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"Three five three thirteen ten. You can drop me a text on our thirteen ten k. k. a tax line. Another question that single articles of impeachment that came over from the house was the president and again. You already know my take on this second impeachment proceeding and that was that it was a farce. It was nothing more than petty vindictive politics which you say. we'll gail. What do you think. An impeachment proceeding is. You're absolutely right on that point. But was the president miss charged in this entire scenario because you remember that article single solitary article of impeachment. That was trotted over from the house. Cited him up for incitement of insurrection. I have to wonder as did many talking heads on saturday and i'm not taking a side on this. You already know where. I fall on this impeachment champ but i'm wondering if the outcome might have been different. If the article of impeachment that had been sent over to the senate had been dereliction of duty. I wonder if we've talked about this many times. Should the president have acted sooner as these rioters. Were wreaking havoc and mayhem inside of the people's house on january six. Should he have taken more forceful action sooner in order to quell the violence. And i have to wonder if he would have been a different story. Even for staunch trump supporters. Because you've had for example lindsey ground mitch. Mcconnell extensively trump supporters decrying the former presidents actions on january six saying that it did rise in their opinion. It could be argued that it was a dereliction of duty yet. They did not vote to impeach seems to me the republicans once again as professor allan saxe said this morning. They were taking a look at law pure and simple leaving all the emotion out of it. No shortage of emotion coming out of the democrat impeachment managers with the showing and re-showing of the horrific actions which we can all agree upon that were taken at the capitol on january six and there was some questionable editing that had been done to those videos as well but could the president have done more.
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"Of the morally outraged impeachment managers Well they called for a vote and they decided that they were going to call witnesses to the senate trial and then it was kind of like everyone had an epiphany in the senate chamber because they all looked around at each other and said what did we just do. What happened because i think the implications of that vote came down on both parties. Like a ton of bricks. So what did they do well. They did a corm call for no apparent reason. There was no reason to have a quorum call whatsoever. They were buying time went out for two hours and then a being they reconvene and it's like it never happened. Oh sure we're going to put hearsay into the official record and we could get into the weeds with that. But there's really no point at this point in time to spend a whole lot of time discussing about who said what to whom according to one member of congress who said she was told by andrew mccarthy that he had talked to president trump the day of riot and yada yada yada blah and basically the president purportedly sad. Well referencing the rioters as mccarthy asked him kevin carthy. Excuse me kevin mccarthy asked him to call off more forcefully call off the rioters at capital and purportedly. President trump said to kevin mccarthy. Well kevin i guess they're just a little bit more upset about the outcome of the vote. Then you are. Not kevin mccarthy has never to my knowledge and check me on this. If i'm wrong but to my knowledge has never come out and publicly. Said this is what the president told me. So it's hearsay evidence. They come back From this two hour. Almost two hour recess berg warren call and Basically they concede to pudding. This is hearsay statement into the record against president trump. And they move on to the vote like it never happened but interesting during our conversation this morning with a professor alan sacks. He has a political science professor at the university of texas in arlington. I referenced. This will wall street journal piece of from valentine's day yesterday of course happy valentine's day related to you and the headline kind of says it all trump's non vindication he may run again but he won't win another national election. Is that how you see it. Nine seven.
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"We might not remember that before a joint second. Congress live television. She took the state of the union address. Head toward napa has right and that is not a good way to not the country. So i think that could have been brought up and the democrats did not want to go down that path and i think part of it was this second impeachment even constitutional. No it was not I make an interesting question again Democrats talk emotion through republicans. Talk the law hand. Even though this was a political exercise it's still has some very big legal implications and so They did not call any witnesses The law needs to adhere to the constitution. Talk about impeachment and we need to go with that. so the republicans talk the law. The democrats talked emotion. Senator lindsey graham coming out and saying that His concern is that impeachment based on partisan differences appears to be To be becoming normalized that basically it's constitutional cancel culture. Is that your concern. Yes and that's bad. And i think that the democrats understood that at the end that if they really convicted president trump. He was impeached but not convicted. He impeaching the house but no conviction in the senate and that's where the real action is That it would have given a license for republicans to turn those to turn around in fact. There's already speculation. That kamala harris the vice president could be impeached because of what she did with rioters. Last summer offering to pay their bail had a lot of people. Think that was an impeachable. Offense has bad as anything present trump. they've done in washington or coming close to it so there are ready to impeach kamala harris and maybe even convicted or if indeed president trump have been convicted as well so i think the democrats backed off understanding. This could really get bad. So what does this mean for the republicans. I'm not going to say. There's a chasm in the republican party but certainly there's some consternation go absolutely on the path forward. How do you see that working. Afford the gop who amazingly enough and you reference to some of those riots in the name of peaceful protests that denigrated into destruction and violence and of course. The democrats didn't say anything about it until polling told them that maybe they should but the bottom line for the republicans after the capital riots. They to have been painted the party of insurgency. You're right The republicans have them get to goldie. As do the democrats had not just in washington. They now have difficulty with andrew. Cuomo the governor of new york who desperately wants to be president of the united states. And i think that that is off the table. Now who should be professor sachs. Brian go to jail absolutely about and playing fast and loose with those numbers when it came to nursing home sent them back to nursing homes and then said oh they're dying. We need to send them the hospital that way. It doesn't count against the nursing homes. You're absolutely correct. And then kevin newsome the governor of california democrat. Get in trouble as well. I don't know if they'll ever get the signatures to remove him from office or have stands for a collection again But it'll be close handed. What it is is that the democrats run the state and they look at the signatures so you can be sure that they will go out as many signatures as they can to help governor newsom but the democrats are in trouble as well in california and new york the two big states that the democrats need to win and so they're in trouble as well but the republicans have some people that boast that Bolted the party and regarded this process..
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"Will be in the low forties and afternoon highs tomorrow will be in the mid upper fifties. It's 56 degrees at DFW Airport. The news is brought to you by classic Chevrolet Democrats say they are prepared to go it alone in a $1.9 trillion coalbed spending package. Speaker Nancy Pelosi and President Biden both say they like Republican support for a coronavirus relief measure, but will not let GOP opposition prevent quick action support. Passing total relief with support from Republicans Oven, get it. The cover the past the past. There's no if ends of much. The White House says there are no plans to break up parts of the $1.9 trillion proposal from the president. Democrats in Congress insists the bide administration plan is necessary. Votes could come next week on a budget resolution that could set up our reconciliation process that would give Democrats a chance to pass a measure with simple majorities without Republican buy in Carrot. Halpern. Fox News President Biden has already issued a lengthy list of executive actions during is already short time in office boxes. Rachel Sutherland reports the White House will further focus on immigration policy. In the days there, just ahead. President pardoned, signed more than three dozen orders and actions focusing on health care, racial equity in climate change. GOP Senator Marco Rubio questions the president's promise of unity. We now have a president who talks like a centrist But his governing from the far left next week, the president expected to announce a new task force to reunite families separated at the border. Rachel Sutherland Fox is following the riot at the U. S Capitol than in the changing of power at the White House. Fox's Jeff Manasseh reports a number of voters switching their party affiliations. Reports across the country that shows upwards of 30,000 people have switched party affiliation from the GOP since the first of the year impact. Sylvania, For example, the secretary of state's office notes 10,000 people have dropped out of the Republican Party, though only a fraction of those are declaring themselves as Democrats. By contrast about 3000 people in Pennsylvania have also left the Democratic Party and elections. Experts also know that the number of voters switching parties overall is small and that prior to the election that more people across the country registered as Republicans than Democrats. Jeff Mama, So Fox News. The House impeachment case against Donald Trump, of course, has been delivered to the Senate and the former president's trial is about to begin in two weeks or so. Retired U T A political science professor Allan Saxe is not impressed is ridiculous. I think it's a bad president. Because this issue of impeachment conviction should always been used in the most grievous times. And very, very sparsely, Texas Senator Ted Cruz, doubling down on his call to set term limits in Washington. One of the key steps we can take to drain the stop swamp is to get rid of the career politicians who just get in bed with special interests and end up selling their constituents down the river. Was still w B A. P S. Rick Roberts said he supports a mandatory limit of two terms for senators three terms for members of the House. Well, this is going to be a cold day across the Midwest and over up and down the East Coast Meteorologist Rich Reichmuth says wind chill will be at or below zero in many areas in the country right now across the areas of the Northeast. It's also windy along with that the windshield making everybody this morning feel like the single digits at least. Was like, six in New York. Feels like minus eight right now is you're waking up in Boston, 13 in Minneapolis. So we're colder across areas of the East Coast and we are in places across the parts in far northern Plains and okay day today across parts of the East Coast. We have a lot of activity going on. Have you seen everything that's happened this week with the moisture into California Incredible amounts of rain. Incredible amounts of snow. That system now moving here across parts of The central Plains. And this is going to be a slow moving system. Certainly a lot of rain is gonna bring a lot of snow. Meanwhile, areas of Southern California and the Southwest getting a little bit of a break. We have more much more moisture coming in and around 4 to 5 days. City of Dallas is relying on its business community to help maximize registrations for the news. Covert 19 vaccines. Vaccine supply.
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"Of in 10 Days is killed Jobs. A Save The Planet Posture spearheaded by a man whose family's private jet over the past year has admitted as much carbon as around 36 typical passenger cars would, according to Fox reporter Kevin Corke. That's a reference to a private jet, apparently owned by the family of former Senator John Kerry, who has been named as the Biden administration. Special envoy on Climate The FBI is looking for a man who attempted to blow up the RNC and the DNC with bombs and Washington January 5th the surveillance footage, some released by the FBI, more reviewed by The Washington Post shows a man carrying a backpack eastbound on C Street Southeast headed toward an alley near the RNC building. Seconds later, the Post reports video shows the suspect in the alley. Known as Rumsey Court, wearing a light colored sweatshirt, yellow, black and gray Nike air, max speed turf shoes, mask and gloves and carrying a backpack near his waist. Authorities believe he placed one pipe on there and the other outside the DNC building sometime between 7:38:30 P.m. on the fifth. The Post reports the bombs were simply built with common components, including mechanical timers of switches, with one witness saying it looked like a common kitchen timer attached to the device and they were alive and then disarmed before they could explode. Lux is right. Leventhal reports. The FBI says they're using all available assets to try to find the suspect. They also are offering $100,000 reward anyone who has information they could use. Congress is prepared a special tribute to a Capitol police officer who died the following the violence on January 6 on Capitol police officer Brian Sick, Nick will lie in honor at the Capitol Rotunda. Ceremonial arrival is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, February 2nd at the east Front of the Capitol, sickening died after being hit in the head with a fire extinguisher during the riots on January 6th. I'll be buried in Arlington National Cemetery following a congressional tribute on February 3rd Lux was Rick Leventhal. The ceremony is going to be open to invited guests only because of the Corona virus pandemic. The House impeachment case against Donald Trump is now in the hands of the Senate, Retired U T. A political science professor Allan Saxe believes the Democrats in the House may come to regret what they've done. They do it to a Republican. The Republicans made you the same thing to a Democrat somewhere down the line. So this is too important of an issue to be used as simply a political toy. Former President Trump second impeachment trial scheduled to begin in two weeks. Texas Senator Ted Cruz is doubling down on his called to set term limits in Washington. One of the key steps we can take to drain the stop swamp is to get rid of the career politicians who just get in bed with special interests. And end up selling their constituents down the river. Who's still W. B A. P S Rick Roberts. He supports a mandatory limit of two terms for senators. Three terms remembers allows. A single dose Corona virus vaccine that's easier to store good soon be available. Fox's Shang Lin Jill reports on this from Washington. Johnson and Johnson, announcing its experimental single dose vaccine is 66% effective in preventing moderate to severe cove in 19. And had an 85% success rate in blocking the virus is most serious symptoms, while less effective than the current to dose finds her Amador no vaccines, It doesn't need super cold refrigeration, giving officials like Dr Anthony Fauci optimism of getting even more Americans vaccinated. Sooner. It is inexpensive and the company is capable of making doses in the in the numbers off billions. Johnson Johnson is expected to file for emergency use authorization in the U. S within the next week in Washington. Shall Nan Shil Fox News? Well, the accessibility of Kobe 19 vaccine in Collin County is improving for weeks. Collin County didn't have any vaccine at all the tight now slowly but surely turning with the expected arrival. Close to 43,000 doses next week Welcome news for the hundreds of thousands of names on the county's vaccine registration list. Our list recently topped over 200,000 Collin County Health spokesman Darryl Willis says..
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"The lower fifties. Right now. 57 after DFW Airport news is brought to you by Mueller Inc. The House impeachment case against Donald Trump has been delivered to the Senate House. Democratic prosecutors made that ceremonial walk in front of cameras earlier this evening to deliver the charge. But Republican senators, some are easing off their criticism of the former president. Retired U T. A political science professor Allan Saxe said it may be a case to be careful what you wish for. If they do it to a Republican, the Republicans made you the same thing to a Democrat somewhere down the line. So this is too important of an issue to be used as simply a political toy. The trial is expected to begin in a couple of weeks right now, 57 degrees and Carrollton from the W B, a P News desk and Mickey Briggs. Your next update will be at 11 o'clock. 24 7 coverage is that w b a p dot com You don't have to feel distant. Come join the conversation. I just want to say I love America because everyone get to avoid this. He's news talking 20. W b A t w b a p dot com Thistles. Very interesting already. I got an opinion. From producer David Unsolicited, So I obviously hit a nerve is very interesting. What if your dad was in the trump riots? In the capital. Not in the peaceful protester or gathering rally, but the violent riots that killed the cop and other people died in them and such Um, and a woman dog was shot and killed by the capital police officers. Would you turn your dad and Now. What if your dad when he returned back? Um, I told you if you turn me in your traitor and you know what happens to traitors, traitors get shot. And his daughter says, told the FBI that Um He said. If you tell on me, I'm gonna shoot your cell phone. So, um There you go. And he was, by the way. He also was one of the If I'm I believe he was one of the members of Was that the three percenters or the oath Keepers is something one of those group that's out there. I believe. I don't want to say that if I don't know for sure, but I think he was Um My point being that there was some serious stuff going on with the guy that was wrong. His son is a liberal. Those When I heard that I'm like, always tournament, you know, like which could you really do that to your own dad? Though? But he did an extensive interview with with Fox four. And if you're just joining us, I'm gonna start from the beginning. We cannot compiled all of the questions and answers during the interview. His responses. And and, uh, you know if this was your kid or if this was do you think he should have turned his dad and 800 to 8? A W B A P s it OK the right thing to do 800 to 889227. And let's play this young man again before I tell you what I think. So I decided to put the tip in. Just make sure he doesn't do anything too crazy. And I got in contact with the FBI after capital writes about my dad. If you were to write down that quote and give it to anyone ever, it would never be okay. To anyone, not even your own Children or another person? No, but I wish I could. I would say I'm sorry. Has By the way. What he what his answer them, He says no, but it is like the regret. Turning your dad and here's what he told Fox for Sam. Sorry. Is. Hold on. I'm gonna go back. I'm gonna go back a little bit here, but it was, he was asked Try to Q tip to the right point, But he was asked. Do you regret turning your dad and your own Children or another person? No, but I wish I could. I would say I'm sorry. Because I don't feel like I put him in the situation, but I still feel guilty. Yes. So do it again. So they go. He doesn't regret it, He would do it again. Buddy would say if he could talk to his dad right now in federal prison. I'm sorry. Wow huh? It's Until you meet the kid. At least on a new story. It's hard to tell if he's a You know, one of these, uh Crazy left us who brags with front of turned my dad and look at how awesome I am. Everybody. Maybe he is. I don't know. But If your dad was in that And your dad threatened to shoot you. Wouldn't be okay with would be right to tournament. I think it would be Producer David said. No, you don't snitch on your dad. Unless he you said Unless you actually killed somebody, then then, of course you would. He said. I I if you threaten T o kill me at that. You said you beat us. You know what? So what, she said. Yeah. Wow. Well, I mean, Yeah, well, Wow. So I thought I'd be is you know what, but he wouldn't report him. But if you shot and killed somebody said yes, of course I'd turn him in. But he would say if the FBI comes to us. I'm not gonna cover for you. I'm not gonna lie for you. What would you do? What do you think? Think Kids should have done 800 to 88 w B A P 800 to 889227 for me personally. I don't wanna. I hope I'm not buying liberal propaganda and the kids, you know, just trying to make himself a hero. Maybe he is, but I find it hard to, um to sanity negative about what he did. Turning your dad and you know, because you're a teenager, and you're madder than this stupid. But it depends on what it's for. And what happened and in this case Coming back and threatening to shoot your son. I could see how hard it would be and why you might not wanna tournament it all. If you didn't do anything bad, you know, I mean, but apparently he was in something pretty radical, and they threatened to shoot him. So I'm like, I don't I don't. I don't see how you could possibly not think they'll be okay. 800 to 88 w B. A P is our number 800 to 889227. Some crazy stuff, no matter what. I watched it, and I came away expecting to be come across as a vengeful holier than thou. And maybe he is. I don't know The new story is 32 or three minutes long. I don't know the kid and at the sitter and talking for an hour or two to figure him out. But Just by what I saw. It's hard. I can't sit here and tell you was, it would be right to cover it up and hide it. I can't. I.
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"News is brought to you by best buy Windows inciting former President Trump is now facing another impeachment trial, but Republican congressman over Ohio Jim Jordan Joined Fox is news prime time and said that there are not any grounds to impeach him. The cases cell ridiculous. I mean, how did how they How do you inside a riot that was already planned? How do you inside a breach of the capital That happened before the president even completed his speech? And how does how can you charge the president with inciting violence at the Capitol? When he told the people at the rally to peacefully unpatriotically make their voices heard retired U T a political science professor Allan Saxe weighed in on it. I think it's ridiculous. I think it's a bad president. Because this issue of impeachment conviction should always been used in the most grievous times. And very, very sparsely. The trial is expected to start in a couple of weeks. Right now. 58 degrees and the DFW airport from the W B A P News desk. I'm Mickey Briggs. Your next update at 9 24 7 coverage and W B a p dot com Covert cases by the numbers protect yourselves. Your families and your communities on used talking 20 w B A P W b a P com Coming up and nine o'clock friends very high. SD apologizes for it. But if Dallas I SP is praised The media on the highlight Dallas. I SD doing it. But the media reports today that Grand Prairie ized he's apologizing for what is it? Kamala Pearls and Chuck's Celebrating them having your students your Your teachers take pictures and wear pearls and Chuck Taylor all stars. And they're brainwashing A girl's to support killing babies all the way up till birth, playing the race card when there is no racial issue. Hating the cops bailing out people who Rape, kill, destroy and beat, including spousal abuse in the name of racial justice, supporting a Anti family anti God Marxist group named Black Lives matter. You name it further in a lie. About Jacob Blake, who was wanted who actually has still is awaiting trial for felony sexual assault, calling him a great guy. Um, by the way, he the felony sexual assault charges against the black woman, not Kamala. But another black woman, and she says he's a great guy. Um You know, just so many things talked about George Floyd, who died from a overdose of fentanyl in front of our eyes. Unfortunately on that video, not from police Um Doing things to him and she, you know, so all these lies they teach our kids and so this is celebrated. And it's really sad and it's really sick. And so grand Paradise D is apologizing for it. D I s d do the same thing, and they were heralded not only by themselves, but also CBS, 11 heralded that they've been trumpeted the story a week or so ago. So when I saw the Grand Prairie one over the weekend, I said, Oh, Kriss Kross going phone? Not that we don't talk about myself in third person of like, I'm gonna have fun with this. Now you're not gonna hear the city or else you're not gonna nobody is paying attention to what CBS 11 did a week ago. Versus what the news media locally is doing. Today. So I Since I follow it all I put the two together and you're gonna hear the juxtaposition. You're gonna go. Wow. First What is Joe Biden's transgender crap doing for girls sports for the military? It's such a well. Here you go. This is from this is exhibit from a column I read over the weekend. In the Wall Street Journal from the author of Irreversible Damage, The trends, Gender Craze seducing our Daughters. Coach Linda Blake, Olympic Olympic track and field coach Linda Blade, I'm sorry, said finished done the leadership skills all the benefits society gets from letting girls have their protected category. So that competition can be fair. All the advances of women's rights that's going to be diminished, she noted. Parents of teen girls are generally UN interested in watching their daughter's demoralized by the blatant unfairness of a rate competition. Athletic. There's an athletic chasm between the sexes, the author says. That's why it's rigged. It opens it puberty. It's both opponents and on bridging Unbreachable. Testosterone suppression does not undo the biological advantage. Men possess larger hearts, lungs and bones. Greater bone density, more oxygenated, oxygenated blood morph asked twitch, muscle fiber and vastly greater muscle mass. It should be no surprise in the two transgender identified males biological males that competed in Connecticut state track finals against girls. Neither of whom was a top sprinters. A boy consistently claim top spots competing his girls. They eliminated girls from advancement, two regional championships, scouting and scholarship opportunities and trophies, and they set records. No girl may ever Eagle, one example cited by the Connecticut female runners in their complaint against the, uh, the athletic conference. Says, Be fastest female sprinter in the world. The fastest female sprinter in the world. Is American runner Allyson Felix. Ah, woman with mortgage old medals than you saying Bolt. Her lifetime. Best in the 400. M run is 49.26 seconds. Based on that data from 2018 300 high school boys and the U. S alone can beat it. 300 boys in the US alone can beat the most decorated Runner in the world in the world, female So there you go. 300 boys right now in America from 2018, actually two years ago could have beat you saying this the female runner that highest ever gold Olympian. So is it worth trying to trap the team anymore? Still trying out for the team, she says. No, even in sports that involved no contact and little injury risk. The like running your tennis. It's not. It's not just the trophies and She says, Yeah, you know, it's not just winning all the time, but the benefits. Women get self esteem, health camaraderie, Um, participating in sports girls get better grades so money. Few female fortune 500 executives were athletes. Sports forced teen girls out of their own heads. Jackie Joyner Kersee never would have achieved it. All these other women we know about healthy A Gibson will know Rudolph doesn't matter anymore. None of them here become transgender boys..
"saxe" Discussed on The Napoleonic Quarterly
"I think he ought to be more proactive from from a number of perspectives. I mean first of all you have to get his army from. It wasn't being fed. It wasn't being supply. It wasn't being paid and it was growing in numbers and how to large belly indiscipline. So you don't want to have a large indisciplined an enthusiast economy on your own soil. Yes it he. He moved it very quickly Or soon as he could really soon as you've got to organize nate go you open on supplies of a shoes and presumably ammunition or his troops and he marched them into belgium as soon as possible attacked the austrian netherlands in those days. Just trying to put myself into mario's shoes. How much do you know if you're if you're him about I mean you know. Roughly how many men you've got by the colors but you know as you're trying to what intelligence do you have as is you try and think about you. Are you aware of well. I've got one hundred thousand men on my left fifty thousand on my rights. So i'll go right. What's what's the or is it. A fog of war problem persisting reason folks wall throughout the whole. It's very intense during this period because Communications on will they are today Sending messages was pretty hard. They did pretty much seem to have an idea where uh the enemy were and also the numbers they are and they have pretty strong spy networks and in spite of being millstream netherlands. Belgium most massively enthusiast. Imperial kohl's so bill probably quite a lot of people in belgium who prepared to give information to french amount where the australians were and what sort of numbers they were in. And we've had the battle of valmy. The main street all me has retreated for the prussians. Who were leading the The attack on On drowns have gone back across the rhine Ben pretty much of it for the time being You've only got to contend with small force besieging lille under the duke of saxe tashin and that is How big was that was about. Fourteen thousand men right so not not too much and how many did damore you have tomorrow. About forty thousand fairly straightforward 's to mount. He's he's more than two to one. Well he's he's. He's numbers that we ought to keep and number wrong. They will fluctuate quite late. There's been a surge of recruitment and they. They often off. By only the volunteer battalions of being raised but equally in paris. Rush off to fight the enemies of the republic fatal rush to join the color to find out that i'd get hats shoes food money or even a musket in some cases. But you don't want to keep those troops on your own ground you you wanna move them into enemy territory as quickly as possible. So they can live off the land and the poor old belgian's for them the first round in what's going to be a fairly intensive period of pillaging and looting the much belgium laugh by seventeen nine hundred but cheerful and so the duke of saxe. Tashin is busy besieging lille. And what does he do when he realizes that this. revolutionary Rebel but quite a large force of Of rebel are approaching surprisingly unconcerned He he doesn't think much of the french in spite of The stories that are coming out from the battlefronts of these He's all my superhuman revolutionry patriots. You know we. We hear about violently cries beaver nagendra sufficient to see off the The the pike plato. Tons of prussia. So talk session is the least bulb He thinks we're rabble each pretty close to the money to the. I mean the the desertion rates of phenomenal cited. The it's hard to quit finger on. How many men do worry a has. He might have full details on tuesday by wednesday. Might thirty eight thousand know. Basically be all. Is that the he push to belgium and sox tashin withdraw retires to a defensive around jemappes and This is a village and he's on a hill and so full defied and should be familiarized. Fifty old sons or well-served a blind big holes in the french. Just they come to him but he's going gonna he's gonna stand these ground. He's not concerned about being out on the anything tree to he's he's he's ready for it and the french come in the in the same old style although it's not the same old style and new style is supposed to be one of the first uses of Of an attack column right to extend he's true. I debated in the of when french actually used their tackling often or whether it's just a way of getting across the field and they never actually got rounds of forming in love postal existed but the the training that a he's heard many call column in a in a small well-dressed nine yard run that way. Yes with that whiskey or you hate quite often of the french channing to the offices beating men with the flaps of sold after each use and behind a getting the backing into the fighting a lot of thing going on.
"saxe" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"And man, This should be significant on this drive was a lot of hand fighting. It was just to go route down. The right sideline between Cornell, Powell and Sean weighed as their affairs and egregious defense number, 24 15 yard penalty and an automatic first now. That's on ladies of AP First Team all American. Well, He's gotten beaten a few times a night by Cornell Power has been matched up with the man to man coverage, man, I don't know. That ball almost uncatchable is it was well over the head of power play the drive Now for the penitence, 1st 10. Lawrence is in trouble retreating and sack back in the 30 yard line. Ball's out. And recovered by the Tigers, Jonathan Cooper, Saxe Lawrence and almost had a strip sack on top of it. Well, they've been getting closer and closer all night. No sacks. As of yet. That was the first one there. Any time you create a fumble. It's an automatic sack right there, and Jonathan Cooper Best pass rusher for this Ohio State defense. They've had divorced unit this year. They had a freak named Chase Young last year generated a lot of pressure. This is a good pass rushing group, and they finally got the Lawrence there. Grouper from Johan, Ohio, Lincoln High School third team All Big 10 this season, 2nd and 16. Laurence throws down the right sideline and inside the five he overshoots Powell..
Queer History: The HIV Epidemic
"Join me on. A Journey through history kept that it would be easy to think the as soon as the first gay pride March it happened. Suddenly everything was great and now everyone was free and it gets better and love. Wins AND LA LA. It would be easy to think that but it would also be wrong because I've mentioned before just saying love winds and it's gets better doesn't change anything. Love doesn't win unless you get off your ass and do something. It doesn't get better unless people work long and hard to make it get better still. After the stonewall rising nine hundred sixty nine gay rights movements would really beginning to gather steam and increasing followers and slowly very slowly. Things started to Sh- well no no she does. Not even right is that why is she happened? Was things began to discuss the possibility that shifting might be possible in the future perhaps one day at some point maybe slow progress but still hope visibility in a general slow shift in the minds of the public was beginning to happen throughout the seventies and then in nineteen and nineteen eighty-one there were groups of cases of pneumonia springing up in New York and San Francisco linked to what they thought was a new form accounts that seemed to attack the immune system. Seemed to be centering on gay. Men and cancer didn't work by that as far as anyone knew so this soon got the interest of the medical community and because it seemed to be focusing on gays it was actually even briefly called grid gay related immune deficiency until. They realize that it wasn't actually gay. Related Research because that's not a thing when it comes viruses. They don't care who they in fact they just want to infect people saying only gay people could get. Hiv would be like saying only left-handed people could get measles but that didn't stop the from being referred to as punishment from God by religious nut. Jobs it's amazing the amount of hatred those fuck heads can justify a big part of the reason that this sort of Fuck Carey was popular. It was because at the time no one knew what he was. We know now that it's a virus but it's a certain kind of virus that hadn't been seen before retrovirus. In fact we don't even reading studying viruses for about forty years at this point. 'cause you need an electron microscope to see them because certain fucking tiny and so it was considered impossible for virus do the things. Hiv was doing. No one knew what it was. And if you don't know what it is you can't test for it because you don't what you're looking for so for a good few years. As more and more people died there was no idea what it was. If or how it got passed on or anything like that all that happened was the fear attached to grew. All they knew was seen to be attacking gay men loss of them all of them. Now we know is transmitted through blood and sex. Oh want it didn't actually talk gay men. They have been known to love the day and with cities like New York San Francisco and London being places where lots of them happened to be all running around naked and sticking bits themselves in each of the a lot of disease was being spread around with all the boning when I say gay men it. All sounds abstract. Doesn't it bit vague? These were kids the way the HIV works means. There's no symptoms for a really long time. But you're still infectious so without protest in which the didn't have you can catch it. Feel fine and be having a ton of Saxe not know that any kind of problem or that you might have infected anyone else for five to ten
Macy's Shares Sink On Weak Second Quarter Results
"We'll begin with Macy's for those shares were down thirteen percent today worse than expected second quarter results in the company's blaming inventory levels that were much too high and a miss when it came to fashion are Bloomberg opinion columnist Sarah halls Saxe said the part department store seems to have cater to the next generation of shoppers we just keep seeing this again and again from department stores they try to launch certain types of innovation I try to expand their online assortment but at the end of the day if you don't have the right products you're not going to score with customers we know that many department store chains have been under pressure from online rivals like Amazon and popular discount retailers like Marshall's and TJ Max the stores are also getting squeezed as the trump administration ratchets up those terrorists on Chinese goods