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Germany to take stake in company working on virus vaccine
"The German government is acquiring a stake in a biotech firm that the trump administration attempted to take over in March as NPR's rob Schmitz reports the firm is working on a vaccine for the corona virus the unlisted biotech firm CureVac was in the news a few months ago in the U. S. attempted to acquire it stirring a backlash in Berlin today Germany's economy minister Peter Altmaier said Germany is purchasing a twenty three percent stake in the company for three hundred and thirty seven million dollars in major bodies government gave itself new powers to veto hostile foreign takeover bids for its health care
Germany confronts Russian ambassador over cyberattack
"Germany has called in the Russian ambassador to officially condemn a twenty fifteen cyber attack on Germany's federal parliament and fears rob Schmitz reports from Berlin Germany's state secretary of the federal foreign office Miguel Berger told Russian ambassador to Germany Sir again and check if that he strongly condemned the hacker attack he also told the chair of the E. U. is candy is a cyber sanctions regime against those responsible for the attack Berlin has struggled with increasingly bold activities by Russian spies on German soil NPR's rob Schmitz
Germany, France reach deal on bailout
"Well let's talk about Europe or countries feats are tied together in ways and that the U. S. doesn't have to think about so German chancellor Angela Merkel and French president Emmanuel macron reached a deal on a relief package but it was a long time coming it didn't happen quickly No Way Out took awhile because European leaders have disagreed on how to fund this relief plan up to now Europe southern states have wanted to be funded by the entire E. U. S. sort of collective approach where member states would share the debt but a handful of countries known in some circles as the frugal five Austria Germany the Netherlands Denmark and Sweden they wanted a more individual push that each member state would take out a loan for its own needs now the proposal that the krona Mericle agreed on this week shows the southern states got their way under this plan the E. you would borrow half a trillion dollars and share the data month all member states even though the aid would primarily benefit southern states like Italy and Spain it's important member here that this package is only a proposal and all twenty seven EU members including their national parliaments will need to approve it so this is far from a done deal but the fact that angle Americal has agreed to the shows an interesting change of heart for her what's behind that why did she agree to this big relief package of it's not going to benefit Germany that much yeah one reason is this pandemic was not the fault of Italy or Spain it's a natural disaster and unlike the eurozone crisis a decade ago this is not rooted in the fiscal policies of southern U. member states secondly angle Americal is at the end of her tenure as chancellor and her management of this crisis has restored her popularity her approval ratings are skyrocketing in Germany so she now has the political capital to solidify her legacy by supporting a recovery package that aims to unify the easier not further separated what an interesting trajectory for her Scott we don't exactly know when recovery will happen everyone kind of admits that at this point do we know what it will look like you know what with the sign to be you know it depends on the path of the virus and also on public attitudes how quickly do people feel comfortable going back to the shopping mall how quickly they feel comfortable going to restaurants or getting on an airplane again there are some small signs of improvement if you squint hard to look at him but on the other hand there are also huge holes in state and local government budgets which could trigger another round of layoffs and of course all bets are off if we see another spike in infections okay so a lot we don't know here in the U. S. rob in Germany the country starting to slowly be open is the picture a little brighter where you are yeah a little you know Germany just announced it's officially in recession and its economy has shrunk by more than two percent the first quarter of this year but you know thanks to German Germany's government and its tradition of keeping a balanced budget the country is better positioned than others you know Germany ended last year with the surplus and spending that in more on an eight hundred billion dollar relief package Germany's been able to keep workers employed thanks to its Kurds are by program instead of the US approach of unemployment checks in Germany companies are subsidized to keep workers on the payroll so workers won't lose their jobs and companies don't have to retire after the crisis nearly a million German companies have applied for this program and much of the country's recovery package is going to radically into that to keep germs employed but the question going forward is how long can Germany for to pay into these programs before the money starts to dry up be interesting to see what each country learns from others when this is all over and here's rob Schmitz in Berlin and Scott Horsley in DC thanks you guys
EU calls for coronavirus investigation to focus on animal-to-human transmission
"The European Union is formally calling for an investigation into how the corona virus that started in China got from animals to humans here's NPR's rob Schmitz a resolution backed by fifty five countries also called for an evaluation of the world health organization's performance and for plants to improve global pandemic prevention all E. U. member states back the draft resolution as did Britain Australia Brazil Turkey Japan and South Korea the U. S. and China are not among the signatories the E. U. commission president Ursula founder line has urged China to cooperate with the
WHO faces global call for investigation at general assembly
"The European Union wants an investigation into how the virus is transmitted from animals to humans percent P. R.'s rob Schmitz a resolution backed by fifty five countries also called for an evaluation of the world health organization's performance and for plants to improve global pandemic prevention all E. U. member states back the draft resolution as did Britain Australia Brazil Turkey Japan and South Korea the U. S. and China are not among the signatories the E. U. commission president Ursula founder line has urged China to cooperate with
Coronavirus Impact: EU Economy May Shrink By 7.5% This Year, Worst Showing Since Great Depression
"European Union officials say the E. U.'s economy is set to shrink more than seven percent this year because of the pandemic NPR's rob Schmitz has the latest from Berlin the European Commission forecast the economy will shrink by seven and a half percent investment will collapse and unemployment rates debts and deficits will balloon in the aftermath of the corona virus pandemic prior to bend I make the economy had been projected to grow by one point two percent what's worse the head of the commission's economic unit says the danger of a deeper and more protracted recession is very real Italy and Spain the two countries hit worst by the virus will see their economy shrink by more than nine percent the U's biggest economy Germany will also be hammered its economy is projected to shrink by six and a half percent the E. U. is home to more than four hundred million people and is a key trading partner with the U. S.
A New Path to the NBA: Woj on the G League's Program
"Woge? It has now been three weeks since number. One ranked high school recruit Jalen Green announced on instagram. That he'd be passing on numerous college offers to instead. Become part of the new improved G. League professional pathway program. That's what it's called Q. Explain what it is and how it began Meena. It's it's really a bridge between the end of the wounded done era in college basketball in the NBA and what had existed which was really limited options for an elite high school player to do anything but go to college basketball. They put this program place. Two years ago and they started off with players they fell would be first. Round picks were highly regarded coming out of high school. One hundred twenty five thousand dollars a year would be assigned to League team and then you would enter the following years draft. They could not get anybody in that. I really year year and a half to commit to that program. A couple reasons. I think even more than the money agents and those who would advise high school players advised against the idea of going to the G. League where it seven. Let's say eighteen years old. You're going to be playing against grown men in there who played college who played overseas who've been in the NBA back and forth maybe mid twenties late twenties and they would hurt your intentionally hurt your draft stock where you be physically overmatched. It is a difficult lifestyle especially for young person. It's not charter. Flights it's not four seasons and Ritz. Carlton's it's the southwest flight connecting it midway Chicago to get the Iowa City. Adam silver was very moved by the fact that Lamelo Ball in R J Hampton to the top players in this two thousand twenty draft when to Australia next year take my talents to the NBA. Laura Hawks next year I will be going overseas to play an Australian basketball even with the New Zealand. Breaking choke deals in that five hundred thousand dollar a year range and there was not really an option for them. Here there are things we should be doing differently. So that for an American player who decides college isn't for me and I want to spend fulltime devoted to the game of basketball. That's my best chance to be in the NBA. There should be an alternative opportunity in the US spurred silver to push ref- Abderrahim. Who is the president of the G. League she and Rod Strickland Former all-star Mba guard who also works for the G. League in the NBA as part of this program? They've been out in the field. They've been out talking the families players and coaches and they certainly explained to Adam silver. We've got to change this program. So they updated this program specifically for players like Jalen Green. What exactly does it look like now. This is essentially a select team that will be comprised of the players coming out of high school and then veteran players who might otherwise be in the G. League who would get paid comparable salary to come play here. Play a mentor. Ship role to these players. Perhaps players on the back end of their career might like to who might have an I- already on coaching or working in a fraud office will working for the League and also realize that. There's going to be a great deal of scouting attention paid to this group of players. Nba and that. This might not be a bad place for them to still be seen as viable players right now. So that's the makeup of a roster. The coaches will be coaches that people have heard of with NBA coaching experience. Some of them former head coaches and they'll play a schedule that will include G. League teams but not a fulltime jelly schedule. So they'll play perhaps exhibitions against G. League teams. They might play national teams. Who might be touring from different countries? Different parts of the year. I was told they might go to Australia. Where there's an NBA Academy maybe play some Exhibition Games? There and stay there for awhile and train and move around and now the program became more appealing for the top level player. And you've seen now if you players make that leap when you say. It's more appealing in the financial. Incentives are better. How much better we talking? Well Jalen Greens deal with the G. League is around. Five hundred thousand dollars that includes incentives. I'm told that there's a base salary and then there's incentives for essentially just completing. Maybe it's a community service program or a life skills program things that are part of it that they disincentivize financially now. Every player is not going to get five hundred thousand dollars. Jalen green was a number one player in his class. And if you listen to John Devonian Mike. Schmitz are dropping analysts. And I listen to those guys. They tell me that he would have competed to be the number one. Pick in this coming draft and right now he's you know projected to be that in the two thousand twenty one draft so there was. I think a great credibility for the NBA The G. League to get a player that caliber come into this program that he might be a little bit of a Pied Piper for others but they're not going to pay all these guys five hundred thousand some of them the pay more than the one twenty five but they're really negotiating that and remember that. Those players inside endorsement deals. If there's somebody who wants to pay them to wear shoes jailing green again is is a player who see your companies have great interested Not all the players are going to get big endorsement deals and then there is a component that they will go back. There's a partnership with Arizona State and with the NBA. And you could go back and get your degree hate for by the League later on at some point and so those are the benefits of this for players who decide. They don't want to go to college or meetings. In some instances where players become eligible and can't go play college basketball. You mentioned that players. Who Do this can also get endorsement deals? Which at the same time this is happening the NC Double A. Just came out and said were exploring the idea of letting our college players also have endorsements with of course many caveats and limitations this being the NCW TC. All of this is being connected while the shaves but exploring for quite a long time. They always seem to sort of stay in exploration mode. And when you start to dig down into the fine print of what they talk about doing. It isn't what maybe the headline was of of trust. Release or a report about it. I will say this being a part of the. Nba's thinking was that they were reacting. I think a little bit to the Condoleeza Rice commission slash report which a couple years ago essentially said the NBA should do away with one and done. We must separate the college track from the professional track by ending one and done the NCAA stance was that the players who do not want to be in college. There should be an avenue for them to bypass college and that we should take them in here if they don't want be here and so the NCAA on one level has encouraged this of the NBA. Now part of the problem is the NBA and the Players Association. They have not been able to agree on the terms of ending one and done we call on the NBA and the N. Bpa power here to once again make eighteen year old eligible for the NBA draft so that high school players who were drafted may proceed directly to the NBA in theory. Both of them both sides the union. The League would like to end one and done. There was a sense that that this would have gotten done last year. But there are terms of an agreement that they can't come to to end it. And this may be shelved now all the way until the next collective bargaining agreement two thousand twenty four twenty five so for the NCAA right now like this is what they asked for and whether or not they loosen the ability for players to earn money in college or off lightness or however that happens then. I think that will impact this. But let's I still think there's going to be a lot of players who would rather go to college because by the way meaner if you WANNA get paid. There are plenty of places in college basketball that you can go and make money equivalent to what the Julius paying. And that's that's just a fact you're referring of course to the fact that it's an open secret that college kids get paid under the table. Me Knock. I've broken a few stories along the way. I don't think I'M BREAKING MATT. One of your with you right now.
Eurozone economy suffers record contraction, steeper than U.S.
"Like the US the economy of the nineteen eurozone countries contracted sharply in the first quarter of the year as the corona virus began to spread here's NPR's rob Schmitz measures to contain the corona virus pandemic froze business and household activity throughout the continent in the first quarter spring eurozone's economy to decline by three point eight percent compared to last quarter this is the largest economic decline since nineteen ninety five the head of the European central bank Christine Lagarde warned you leaders last week that the eurozone GDP could fall fifteen percent by the end of the
German company begins human trials of coronavirus vaccine
"A German pharmaceutical company says it has begun to test a potential vaccine for the coronavirus and peers rob Schmitz has more from Berlin in the global race survey accion to stop the coronavirus German pharmaceutical company bio and tech has begun testing a potential vaccine on volunteers the German company is working with US pharmaceutical company Fizer it says it has given twelve participants doses of the vaccine candidate since April twenty third bio and tech said it expects to receive regulatory approval to begin trials for its potential vaccine in the U. S. soon NPR's rob Schmitz
Nearly Half A Million Companies In Germany File For State Funds To Pay Workers
"In Germany nearly half a million companies have applied for funds from the German government's reduced hours work program and here's rob Schmitz reports from Berlin it's due to the pandemic four hundred and seventy thousand German companies applied for the government program known as Kurds Arbeiten March twenty times more than the previous record set during the financial crisis more than a decade ago massive restrictions on public life a slump in export markets to the global lockdowns and broken supply chains throughout industry event millions of workers are eligible for per terabyte the government program allows firms to reduce employees hours while the state makes up the difference in their income Germany's federal employment minister about us Hiles says unemployment will increase in Germany for the first time in many years but that the country's courts are bite system should soften the blow rob Schmitz NPR news
"schmitz" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Schmitz hands apparently on the line right now she is on the line with us is that true or is there any thank you to a bloody I'm doing good I'm I'm I'm surprised by your phone calls yeah you know I've called in to the show on numerous occasions over the years but I don't think I've ever told him while you've been like guest hosting for right now you never have this is the first time ever spoken you on the air well look at that so what are your first time on time right thank you so much yeah so what more in the middle of the few schools right now I'm out in the mail we are decided to take a long weekend to since you got here and if anyone knows fail among the catwalk just below thirty nine below the dog house I just pulled over to the side here to give you a call is like my wife and daughter waiting for us down a cheer thirty seven so I thought I'd check in and say hello I have been paying attention to much I I did seem though that and this is always a concern of mine Casey that you'll be let all those people offered western dam not knowing if there was an incubation period you know yeah and there was it's oh yeah hello we got him on the airplane and they're bringing him back and I don't know if you saw the the great part about that is they got they got a hole in there and they put him on an airplane and they've kept the the newly empowered the ones they determined were infected separated from everybody else even though all the error on an airplane is pretty much the same there is yeah zero point filters they do have it's my understanding you have done a lot of reading on this over the years because I was curious as to standing the coastal modern GFA by error plus some polling that they have a medical grade your flying system still touring system so the air once agree circulates on the plane you know it does get filtered I don't know what that does for the the the cold nineteen virus I just don't know and then of course you know the people that are around you I saw that those that were deemed to be infected they quarantined on the aircraft and they're using at least some of the the transports that I've seen the use of those Boeing seven four seven cargo jets where they can put the world to see too and everybody on some of the previous flights I would imagine case they did a lot of these places will they used a plastic sheeting to build a quarantine area inside this seven four seven cargo jet I would make me to feel too comfortable if I was looking I was looking for a plastic she took the infected others saw it I don't know if I'd feel too comfortable with that but I don't you know the worst thing was the in flight movie they played absolutely outbreak with so I was the among hopping around all over the place right what was that was without work with breaking Dustin Hoffman Kevin Spacey Rene Rousso beer and Cuba Gooding junior and the monkey from very way what would you get back to the program here thought I checked him well hello to all of my friends in Colorado the listen to what those listening in the aspirin and of course to the belt alley and down in Carbondale want to sold hello to all those listening on Katie and ample always mountain time radio and I'll get back to the slopes cheered bail and yeah I heard you mention by Twitter I've got the I've got the US good pictures all put up on Twitter at heart she did give me appalled at the Mike Instagram at certified because she did give me a follow on that as well and that's the whole fun fact they'll want a TV channel called TV eight editor resort channel with all kinds of ski reports this morning I would call weird what should win winter what what do you want me one ski passes right skill of passing yeah what the hell I was or what I was going to be transmitted by those every year this question was awful which president was presidents day actually named for and I was the first call the correct answer which it was originally named for George Washington and I want to channel a scarf and a family had a big a big bottle of booze oxygen we need that when you're up at the the IRA elevations terrific I typically don't need a pretty good up here so all the head on down beat by family data chair thirty seven right now and that you have part a thanks for filling in KC absolutely to stay you have fun and again we'll see all those pictures on Twitter at touched it and on Instagram at certified touch now we look forward to getting back what what more it quickly my podcast a new podcast for the MZ morning show is going to drop tomorrow morning and a new fork and Schmidt is gonna drop but tomorrow if you haven't checked out the latest episodes of the return of the MJ morning show there are ten episodes now you can go to MJ morning show dot com that's MJ morning show dot com people are loving these things we've got tales and tens of thousands of downloads and.
Merkel's designated successor to quit after vote fiasco
"German chancellor Angela Merkel's and wanted successor is planning to step down as party leader and take herself out of the running to replace miracle as NPR's Robert Schmitz reports this development only adds to the political uncertainty in Europe's biggest
German Chancellor Merkel's designated successor to quit after regional vote fiasco
"German media are reporting the leader of the conservative Christian Democrats plans to step down NPR's Robert Schmitz in Berlin says she also won't be a candidate to succeed German chancellor uncle Americal Annegret cramp Connemara was hand picked by German chancellor angle of medical around a year ago to lead their center right party putting or as a clear front runner to succeed America when she steps down as chancellor a possibility is no longer since she became head of our party crime Kambar has struggled to unify factions of the CD you last week in the German state of terrain yell local faction of a party join the far right alternative for Deutschland party known as the A. F. D. to elect the state's first minister breaking with the parties of version to working with a hefty party many in Germany label fascist Graham Kerr bar has reportedly said she wants to keep her job as Germany's defense minister but our decision to step down leaves a leadership vacuum for the party of angle
Kobe Bryant Dies in Helicopter Crash
"NBA superstar in Philadelphia native Kobe Bryant was killed this morning in a helicopter crash in California that's according to multiple news news outlets outlets and and it it was was first first reported reported by by TMZ TMZ authorities authorities say say that that five five people people were were on on board board when when the the helicopter helicopter went went down down this this morning morning near near Calabasas Calabasas California California now now Brian Brian was was born born in in Philadelphia Philadelphia and what's a lower Merion high school where he ended his high school career and south and southeastern Pennsylvania is all time leading scorer right played his entire twenty year NBA career after being taken thirteen in the nineteen ninety seven NBA draft by the Charlotte Hornets he was later traded to the Los Angeles Lakers where he spent his entire twenty year career he won five NBA championships five NBA championships with the Lakers and now we will actually will head over to add banking from of art for a cable to use that bank and for more information when you're talking about Kobe Bryant you're talking about someone who as really become a legend in our region and of course he spent most of his career the Lakers and there was a time when the Lakers play the Sixers in the finals where it seems like he kind of became the whole little bit at least on the court but Kobe Bryant never lost touch with his roots here in Philadelphia and it was great to see you people may remember the end of his career with the Lakers his last year in with the team he got such a rousing send off innovation in this last game here in Philadelphia against the seventy Sixers and I think if there are any doubts about how old this year it was still important him or not that was cleared up very quickly and I think as time went on he certainly was very clear about his love for this year even though he'd want ally and been obviously part of the Lakers in their championship over the Sixers and his roots here going as high school time as well just devastating if of course confirmed someone who who did put time into the community did not forget his roots and a right now I I it would be just a tremendous loss and you're talking about a real legend when you talk about people from Philadelphia sports figures their sports figures who came to Philadelphia and became famous the Mike Schmitz of the world people like that and then the Kobe Bryant's likable chamberlains who grew up in play high school ball here and even then in his case going elsewhere still became a legend in Philadelphia so just devastating news for someone who is really been a huge part of the community and and this one here I think is going to hit hard for a lot of people and stick for a long time nine it in Edgar's you brought that up you when he announced his retirement because I was actually covering that game when he came in for that night for the Sixers in the amount of love that Kobe received it almost felt like it was all was forgiven for what occurred for one for the six for the six years of being beat in two thousand one he really was a very much beloved figure in Philadelphia thank you so much as a bank I think you hit on the head J. that night at eight try to clear off any thoughts of well this you still feel like part of the love you because there are athletes were from this area players even managers who maybe don't have a disdain for full of you in Italy but builder lives elsewhere that might show supports the measure the angels he's from the area and and he didn't just like Philadelphia but he built his life elsewhere Kobe Bryant went out west and still kept the Lafia and big part of his life and you mentioned that night you could feel it in the building that it was a city that knows that someone that legendary was coming home for the last time at least as a player the the appreciation for both ways it was clear and that it was a really a wonderful moment considering what happened during the finals when Kobe didn't get as warmer reception obviously because he said they they want to come in and use some words about how much they want to beat the Sixers but Hey that's what you're supposed to do if you're for the visiting team and I think people understood that I think both sides what a chance to say Hey yeah he loves Philadelphia he wants people to know that he cares about his roots and that night I I think you're right on the head the fans were so eager to to show their love for Kobe Bryant to make it very clear that it was a two way thing and it was wonderful that night and boy they get again if the if it's true this this is going to hit hard this is someone who is a true Philadelphia legend and and in the lead company we mention the will to the world who have been part of the committee grew up on now you see this and and you you just your hearts go out in this this is good this is really going to her for awhile
Poland hit by bird flu outbreak on turkey farms
"In Turkey authorities in Poland say bird flu has been detected in the eastern part of the country and be as rob and pears rob Schmitz reports local authorities and liver task a county said in a press release that the virus detected as a sub type of the highly pathogenic H. five N. eight avian flu that can also threaten people Poland Europe's largest poultry producer has not had an outbreak of bird flu since twenty seventeen the president of the country's association of breeders and poultry producers says three farms might be affected with up to three and fifty thousand birds at risk in a three kilometer
Poland hit by bird flu outbreak on turkey farms
"In Poland report. That bird flu has been detected and Turkeys in the eastern part of that country. NPR's Rob Schmitz reports Holand Europe's largest poultry producer. Sure as not had an outbreak of bird flu since two thousand seventeen. The president of the country's Association of breeders and Poultry Producers says three farms might be affected with up to three hundred and fifty thousand birds at risk in a three kilometer radius local media reporting that the outbreak could require up to forty thousand birds to be slaughtered local authorities and Lubar townscape county said in a press release at the virus detected is a subtype of the highly pathogenic h five n eight. Avian flu can also threaten people Polish authorities. You say crisis meetings have been held while local. TV showed police cars blocking a road in the area.
Poland hit by bird flu outbreak on turkey farms
"Authorities in Poland reported bird flu has been detected in Turkey is in the eastern part of that country and peers rob Schmitz reports Poland Europe's largest poultry producer has not had an outbreak of bird flu since twenty seventeen the president of the country's association of breeders and poultry producers says three farms might be affected with up to three hundred and fifty thousand birds at risk in a three kilometer radius local media reporting that the outbreak could require to forty thousand birds to be slaughtered local authorities in the bar tells the county said in a press release of the virus detected as a sub type of the highly pathogenic H. five N. eight avian flu I can also threaten people Polish authorities say crisis meetings have been held while local TV showed police cars blocking a road in
Fire kills animals at zoo in western Germany
"New year's eve fireworks may have been the cause of a fire that burned down part of a zoo in western Germany last night NPR's Robert Schmitz reports our worst fears have become reality road staff members at the zoo in the city of Krefeld after fire destroyed its monkey sanctuary police are investigating the fire but local media say fireworks are likely to blame for the tragedy all of the animals inside the sanctuary died in the fire more than thirty of them a nearby guerilla garden was undamaged the zoo said over Facebook that it was thankful for the numerous offers of help but that it was still in shock and didn't know where help is needed Germany is the largest importer of fireworks in the E. U. each year on new year's eve hundreds of thousands set up explosives across the country Preval dues how monkey house was created in nineteen seventy five and eventually became the home of Rayna tangs chimpanzees and
Eurowings strike forces 170 flight cancellations
"Flight attendants are on strike at Lufthansa's low cost carrier euro wings and P. R.'s rob Schmitz says the walk out is canceling at least one hundred seventy flights cancellations will impact flights within Germany from airports that include Cologne Hamburg Munich and Stuttgart is expected to last three days until January second and may include more than two hundred flights in Germany Germany's flight attendants
"schmitz" Discussed on KCRW
"Schmitz reporting there from mmhm Berlin thank you rob you're listening to All Things Considered from NPR news this is rob long with martini shot on KCRW one of the rules of gravity is that light things and heavy things fall at the same speed which doesn't make any sense and shouldn't be true but it is heavy things seem like they fall faster because they're falling on your head usually and you didn't have enough time to move yourself out of the path in the same way the sharper a thing is the faster it will fall on your toe but these are the rules of life though and not the rules of gravitational physics I learned a lot of things as a student about the science of the world around us I learned that if you're down a well for some reason never specified but if you're down one and you look up you'll see stars in the sky even in broad daylight the stars are always there is what I was told even though it's hard to really believe that when we look up at the sky during the daylight it must be comforting thing though if you're down a well to look up and see heaven can't be an easy thing to be down a well the stars are up there though it's even hard to believe it at night because most of us live in cities with night time city lights bouncing off the atmosphere making it look like sometimes there aren't any stars up there at all you can be on the wood stove replaced like Big Sur or somewhere far from the city and look up and suddenly there they are there's the universe it's been there all the time seeing things that are there and not seeing things that are there it's a pattern we fall into a lot so I want to tell you about a place that's always there but you may not know it if you've never been down a well my friend's place is a homeless youth agency based in Hollywood right on Hollywood Boulevard actually and the people who work there every day and a good souls who volunteer their we can we can out they have a special kind of magic their stars they know how to coax a suspicious and wounded young person into a conversation they know how to initiate a small connection that may lead to a visit with the doctor or drug abuse counseling to a warm place to stay to job skills and education and the first steps towards life stability now sometimes it's something simple sometimes a young person just need to get a copy of his or her birth certificate which sounds easy but if you're a homeless young person someone who's been shuttled around foster homes victimized by adults will too complicated thing a staff member was told me about going with the young client to collect a birth certificate and discovering along with the young person that the space with the baby's name would go was left blank the child was born without a name imagine that imagine being so alone so on wanted that you don't even get a name talk about being down a well but that's what my friends places for that's why it's there so when you're really alone you can look up and see it and it's why my friend's place doesn't just need your money it deserves it it spends it wisely and effectively in these days when a lot of us want to do something that matters that really will make a difference it's not a small thing if you're young and you're homeless you look up at the sky it's a good thing it's a good first step if you can see a sky full of stars and that's what my.
"schmitz" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Try Schmitz judge is three goals. I got bad news for you. Now. You're not gonna be able to see patriots owner Robert Kraft getting as hog handled by masseuse. A judge has said that they will not allow the video recordings to be given to the public. So if you were hoping to see that happy ending between Robert Kraft and his in Florida. Bad news, my friend. You're not going to see not only that none of just the puddle in court. They're not going to be able to use. But all the judge suppressed it, they Robert Kraft legal team. And no wonder he didn't take the the the the deal. They tried to give him where he was going to say. Yeah, I'm sorry. I didn't have them submit to STD's tests. No, one of the take it. They knew that. They judge is going to suppress video that just goes to show. I mean hell if OJ Simpson could get away with murder Robert Kraft billionaire NFL owner can get away with a happy ending at a CD massage. Parlor where he's like he's going to get off free and not have to admit anything. Nice choice of words there. Yeah. Told fast one. Gigging. This is where money comes into play. Right. Because if this were some dude that lived in hall Ville on the west side that tape would be in every courtroom, it'd be on YouTube. It be all over the place. People will be doing Snapchat of the hill jacket hall Ville getting the handy, but because the rich guy they pulled some strings will not be so quick to judge. We'll get rid of this. And it is good to be rich. I look I met Robert Kraft. Right. Do what you wanna do? You got the money after he got his little service. He went on his private jet to the AFC championship game to watch his team win. And then ultimately go to the Super Bowl he's ashamed. At all think. He's embarrassed. I don't think he is. I don't think.
"schmitz" Discussed on Get Up!
"Now, all of a sudden Zion got play space to close and he gets this jump wrong before he gets out there. And you know, what's going to happen? Michigan state Spartans sitting dude that was back. It's all about the jacket home. I mean, even when you're doing that If you're like. like, I'm feeling myself. I'm ready to be built more from Jalen later on in the show, but we aren't going to get back to the NFL. There are some great young quarterbacks in the NFL currently, but how Cuyler Murray and Dwayne Haskins compared to those guys dinner law ski will tell you. I a little sneaky, hembo times. I n Williamson and RJ Barry could become the second set of college. Teammates, drafted one and two in the same NBA draft. Which was the first the answer is next. Stay tuned. Get up will be right back. Back on get up and against Niki Emo times Zion and RJ could become the second set of college. Teammates, drafted one two in the same NBA draft of the I like this one fell to easy to me. Did you get it at home? The answer is Anthony Davis and Michael Kidd Gilchrist of Kentucky in twenty twelve. So we'll see Hambro. That's my bit no-one ticket guests there. I'm gonna I'm gonna suggest that for the purposes of this one we got it. Right. I don't care what hembo things. All right. Let me get you now to this NBA Jessica's, Johnny think of owning it. Mike Schmitz, are basically our Kuyper mcshea on the NBA and their number five draft. Prospect is Texas text Jared Culver you'll see him in the final four. Unlike the four guys ahead of him. He's still playing in the NCAA tournament next from Vanderbilt areas garland freshmen who suffered a season ending meniscus injury in November vandy struggled mightily without him. But he's a spectacular the prospect. Now, come the three most talked about players in college basketball. They have our Barrick three. He had the second highest scoring season in Duke history. But they do not have him the number two prospect behind his I n Williamson that is was there for John Moran at Murray state who became a fee, novel season-long, and obviously was brilliant. And it's two games in the NCWA tournament and the obvious number one is I on Williamson among the many accolades for him. He shot sixty eight percent from the floor this year that is the best by any freshmen in division one history. So those are the guys who wear projecting right now to be the top five picks. Again, Schmidt's is with us in studio all warning long. So give me three guys who stock rose in this NCWA tournament three risers, the first guy John rent, you mentioned it I think he solidified his standing as the second best prospect in this draft. We saw it against Marquette. Triple double, sixteen assists. The guy whips of all over the floor is obviously freak athlete. And then I think against Florida state is well making five threes poet variety. Creating space was setbacks that was a question Mark of his coming into the season. So proving that he can. Shoot the ball at a high level off the balance showing that he can do it against high major opponents like he did early in the season a lot to like about John who else rose their stock. Carson edwards. I think he was the star of the tournament. Let's be honest, forty point games. He can really really fill it up you broke. Steph Curry's record for most tournament points over a four game span. So I think he's a guy teams are going to look at as a potential late. First round. Pick reminds me a little bit of Eddie house. The former Arizona state of instant offense off the bench kind of guy. Maybe at the next yet. We call him a microwave score jour- microwave legendary Vinnie. All right next up who else do you have this visor PJ, Washington? I think help himself quite a bit..
"schmitz" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Because. Kirby. I can't play for the people trying to impress other people get better for myself and my teammates. I wonder who is really, and I we've we've always asked this question who is really lobbying any sort of criticism sayings ion is only dunker because while those are the highlights that we see on Twitter if you've also turned on Duke for longer than that thirty seconds span. What you also see is a guy with unbelievable movement skills who despite being a two hundred eighty pound physical juggernaut somehow manages to have dancer feet and get to the rim almost when he wants you saw that three point shot on display last night as well. Three from three or four from beyond the arc against Wake Forest some on route to a thirty point outing fours on like this guy has a lot to his game. It just happens to all be the parts that are less fun to clip and put on the internet like that part that doesn't have to be a bad thing. Like, he is the most talked-about player in college basketball because of that ability. That's just how it works. But to say that that's all that he's perceived as I don't know anyone with a basketball opinion that would be valuable design on Williamson. I e a basketball Pinon is going to get him paid that really thinks that. Mike schmidt. Mike Schmitz are ESPN NBA draft analyst was on sportscenter and talked about why Zion and everything that we've seen from him through dukes thirteen and one start is already the clear cut number one. There's so much more to his game. He's an outstanding passer is a phenomenal ball. Handler is incredible body control in his motor is unbelievable. He's really a thankless superstar. So when you add all those components to his freakish athleticism. He's the clear cut number one pick right now first and last Michael junior here on ESPN radio presented by progressive insurance. Guests appear on the shell Pennzoil performance line. That's the one thing I think needs to be the reminder here for Zion. Is that no one whose opinion you value is saying the things that you dislike? Now, it may be hard to hear that from the general public or be larded so much for one thing. I mean, LeBron James avoided the dunk contest in the NBA for so long in part because he didn't see the upside to getting in that being labeled. Dunker putting himself in a situation where the world's expected of him in this realm, and he could only really under deliver by our standards zions already over delivered in the standard. He's over over delivered by every metric possible for a guy who came in with Cam, British and RJ Barrett. And we're already looked at as man, we know what you guys are supposed to be one two and three in the draft. So far he has lived up to that. I do enjoy this subplot of everything going on with Duke this season because we all know, Mike, chef so you can be a bit of budget at times we've seen them on the Olympic basketball stage. We've seen him at Duke forty would feels like going on five decades at this point, Mike, chefs get another guy that's not out of the woods vampire, accusations based on how long he is looked the same standing on that Duke sideline, but it sounded a little bit different this year. Here's Mike chef ski talking about his star Zionism complete basketball player. I have confidence in him doing everything. Now, he's a complete player and so efficient claiming to get thirty points on sixteen shots and one was a dunk and any Sharon the ball guys are very unselfish. He served very special player, and I saw someone post this the other day Zion. The by the three sixty dunk that he had in a game. And again all the insanity there and someone posted it and said rightly coach K ten twenty years ago. Probably would have been furious with someone doing that on the court and Duke uniform in a game might chefs these kind of like that guy that's on. You just got done with the divorce and decided to date a twenty five year old like she got a new haircut. He's shown up to work and it convertible. Defending his booth all costs. I appreciate it as someone who enjoys seeing players get a little more power and appreciation for what they bring a program as storied is Duke needs no help selling itself. But when you got on there seems to be even a next level up for these guys. I think we can all knowledge that mean, it's not we're not getting into the pay for play argument. But if you take kind of the bones of that and say, yeah, Duke is certainly a great platform for design is helping the hell out of Duke. You kinda recognizes that and so get some younger hip or close throw future in the track list every once in a while, and they'll try and live his best life right now. With a group of young superstars that are probably gonna take him all the way to a national championship..
"schmitz" Discussed on KNST AM 790
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"schmitz" Discussed on KCRW
"Oh, man. And then Vincent Vinny is here with a suitcase full of toys and superman underwear. Kisses his dad daddy. This place. This is the airport. Iraq, iraq. Shimmer he's home country. But he doesn't think he can survive here. The US is the only home he's known. Jana? Ralph NPR news, Baghdad on voice for the US and China clashed this week at a World Trade Organization meeting in Geneva, blaming each other for disregarding WTO rules as NPR's rob Schmitz reports rhetoric from both sides is diminishing hope for a breakthrough when President Trump meets Chinese leader, Xi Jinping later this month deputy US trade Representative in WTO ambassador. Dennis shea said China was using the WTO to promote non market policies policies that have distorted world markets and let a massive excess capacity in the global supply of commodities like steel and aluminum a Chinese official shot back saying the US was blaming China. Disguise its own violations of WTO rules the current exchange on Wednesdays. The latest example of a souring mood between the world's two largest economies the clocks winding down to an important meeting between President Trump and Chinese leader Xi Jinping, the group of twenty summit in Argentina at the end of the Mont a meeting that many hope could lead to a deal that could prevent a trade war. Between the two from getting even worse. I think people in the US government just like sit up with all of the WTO commitments to China made. And then essentially evaded where they promised to do this that and the other thing, and then basically did nothing further. Kroger is author of China's economy what everyone needs to know, he says, he's not holding out hope for a deal between the US and China anytime soon, there's a very strong feeling throughout many aspects of the US government to Chinese naughty, trustworthy, interlocutor the commitments that are not being phones. We don't follow through on. And that is not worth having more conversations protocols, the notion that Trump, and she will reach a breakthrough at the g twenty a big nothing burger, and he expects US tariffs on Chinese imports to increase from ten percent to twenty five percent on the first day of twenty nine thousand nine as scheduled time is running out for negotiations between the two sides. China's lead trade negotiator. Leo has just announced. Visit Germany in the days leading up to the g twenty making it increasingly likely, the US and China. Will not be negotiating a deal anytime soon. Rob Schmitz, NPR news Shanghai. is morning edition on KCRW ahead.
"schmitz" Discussed on KNST AM 790
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"schmitz" Discussed on KQED Radio
"New building. I flew over on his lot of damage. Local officials expect rivers to crest by this weekend. Breaking previous water level records for NPR news. I'm been scope Lugo in Columbia. Hawaii democratic Senator maisy Hirono is sharply. Criticizing the judiciary committee's handling of sexual assault allegations against supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh Hirono says she believes Kavanagh's accuser Christine Ford. She says the panel's response to force accusation is reminiscent of how Anita hill was treated after accusing Clarence Thomas of harassment. I am appalled by the treatment of Dr Ford by the Republicans, and this offered rush to get this man on the supreme court ASAP Hirono says it's not true that the committee has done everything possible to contact Ford as its chairman Charles Grassley claims Ford wants an FBI investigation before she testifies before the judiciary committee but Grassley says. Hearing with just two witnesses will be held on Monday as planned South Korean president moon. Jae in is spoke to around one hundred and fifty thousand North Koreans inside a stadium for the mass games in Pyongyang as NPR's. Rob Schmitz reports moon pledge that the Korean peninsula will be a land up to eternal peace. These spectacle of the South Korean president speaking to wildly cheering crowds of North Korean fans was one of the most memorable moments of the Pyongyang summit. Third meeting between the Korean leaders moon said that he and North Korean leader Kim Jong Hoon had agreed to measures. That would completely eliminate the fear of war and the risk of armed conflicts on the Korean peninsula. He said that the people of north and South Korea had lived together for five thousand years and have only been separated for seventy he pledged that the decades-long hostility between the north and the south would be radically aided in the two Koreas could become one again each phrase of moons was punctuated with thunderous cheering inside the massive stadium. Rob Schmitz and. Pierre news. So on stock markets in Asia shares now mostly higher following mixed trading. On Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrials gained one hundred and fifty eight points. You're listening to NPR news. From ABC news. I'm Tara Siler seven Cisco city officials say they may move forward with a supervised injection site for intravenous drug users with or without governor Jerry Brown's blessing. John sepulveda's reports medical professionals would work at the safe injection site to help curb deaths from drug overdoses, San Francisco officials want to create the first safe site in the country in the legislature has passed a Bill that would allow it. But it's unclear whether the governor will sign it. And if he does not than the city might do it. Anyway, according to former San Francisco supervisor and now state Senator Scott Weiner, we would strongly prefer not to have a state law prohibition in place. But you know, the city has always been ahead of the federal government and often the state government a lot of these issues city officials confirmed acuity they are considering moving forward with the safe injection site. Even if it is against state law. US department of Justice told kqeDorg would quote take action. Against any safe injection site. I'm John Sepulvado. Te-kuiti news, the largest wildfire in California history. The Mendocino complex is now fully contained that means officials are confident it won't spread, but it is still burning and Mendocino national forest spokeswoman Phyllis Swanson, says crews are still there working like cutting down burned trees, we have equipment and crews that go out and repair all the the fire lines. Does our lives that were put in during the attack of the fire the blaze, scorched, nearly four hundred and sixty thousand acres.
"schmitz" Discussed on KNST AM 790
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"schmitz" Discussed on The Woj Pod
"Making playoffs it's it's incredible i don't think anybody could have predicted that and when when danny as draft sixteen if felt like a reach it felt like a reach at sixteen right played at this combine he had a solid combine not off the charts combine but i don't think you can say that any guy in this year's draft is gonna go sixteen which playing at this combine so you have to give them credit for that because it was a year after market smart and people said oh what is what is danny ainge doing how many guards does one team need on their roster turns out you need a lot of guards actually because the more the better and that's what i think people are starting to figure out is that the more guys you can have on the floor who can dribble pass shooting guard the better chance to have a winning games fellows great stuff as always we'll be here all week at the draft combine will be on the air thursday friday afternoon on espn two from the gym players and be coaches general managers our whole crew jay bilas maria taylor bobby mark so be fun week here and we'll see at the gym fells next year has woche all right thanks for listening to this episode of the woods pod a big thank you to my guest today espn's draft analyst jonathan cavani and mike schmitz remember you could subscribe and listen to archived episodes of this pod wherever you get your podcast you can find us on apple podcasts a wherever else you listen to your shows and thanks today sponsors hymns and nba tv's starters be sure to support them the way the support is here the woke pod will catch next time.
"schmitz" Discussed on The Woj Pod
"Hey everyone welcome into another addition of the wo do pod here in chicago at the site of this week's nba draft combine here with me today jonathan good bony mike schmitz espn's draft analyst we go through tuesday nights draft lottery what it means for the top of the straffed and how this draft week and draft process will play out we talk also about danny aines in the boston celtics what has allowed that organization have so much success in the draft process what is unique to their process and how they do the job a lot of great stuff this week here's jonathan cavani and mike schmitz welcome into espn's draft analysts john think of owning mike schmitz guys how are you doing great rose how about yourself good to draft analyst one microphone so we'll keep it passed around the draft lottery on tuesday night the king's move up sons number one but sacramento at number two is interesting on the surface you'd think if the andrea and goes want to phoenix which i think most expect although go through a process here and there's reasons to believe luca danni which could be play a one but if we assume eight in at this very early stage it'll be interesting to see to really what the kings do yeah i think when they were at seven they were really looking hard at michael porter by now that they've moved up to i think that they have to look at at the big is i mean they have a real whole there in the front court i don't think that they're in love with willie always time.
"schmitz" Discussed on Natch Beauty
"Listen okay my couple questions we're we're wrapping up here i was wondering like what are some of your favorite other than schmitz yeah brands natural brands products that like you use every day that you're obsessive maybe you've met them through like you met some of the people behind the last through like you schmooze and the you know indie brands we want to know because y'all can't see jamie but she is cute okay first of all i'm like i don't want you to tell me your age but like you look young as i got home she looks incredible she got out on like i need to know every tell me every i'm forty years old no way is this whole time i was like she's my age shocked i'm thirty three i was like she has a kid and her kids a like trying to like did she have a kid really guy whatever she's still we need to be doing damage we also stabbed that jackie's dog is the same age as my son and that they would have gone to school together yes if the human they would be in school together so thank you for your kind words i tell it how it is baby now i have to admit i'm kind of product horror like jump around i can't it's hard for me to stay devoted to one brand and so for me it's like about the ingredients and just trying out new things i get excited about like right now i'm kind of into like see ingredients and so i'm like ooh what are some good try there i do want even one quick shout to brand that's dear to my heart because we kind of started our brands at the same time and we were in a lot of the same shows together in the early days.
"schmitz" Discussed on Natch Beauty
"Yeah into it i totally agree we're moving into a new house i've actually signing on monday we'll but there's jasmine trees right outside the front door and it's like the greatest way to enter your home you can make your deal not bad baby so why natural yes why shouldn't it's the way of the future be buying yeah natural quote unquote natural is that main exact that is a great question it's one that's can be abused and thrown around yes interpreted but it's you know our philosophy is always been if you have something that is clean and it doesn't have the concerning ingredients sitting next to something that's conventional may maybe it works but it's potentially hazardous to your health why not choose the first option right right it's just it's just an obvious choice why risk your health and we we don't use scare tactics we never have we don't say if you use expert and you're to die or your future but it's like those studies are out there and they they exist and so live risk it right when you have something that performs just as well and you feel good about especially when you get the good fragrances and you get the beautiful packaging and stuff it's just like it's all around smick sense so what does natural natural baby in this country you know the most general are like a basic description for just be of the earth rate from from the earth and trying to avoid those synthetic ingredients and just the the you know the things that are processed in a lab and you know but you can still there's fine lines right there's gray areas and it's all it's very it's a very personal thing to every brand i think and i think it's going to be important for brands going forward be being able to define what that does mean for for you as a brand especially as you mess you know mainstream it's like being able to keep up with the customer demand and having access to ingredients that are not going to go out of stock and that they're plentiful is a challenge but it's a fun one in it's something that thinks schmitz handles really well.
"schmitz" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"I don't look at it being in and out as i look at it as being in a movie theater being a and everyone else being out admission price too i don't i don't i don't have i don't have yeah i don't i don't have i literally had keep going sorry i actually have trouble with sort of religion because it's like we have secret handshakes rituals secret words and things have kind of bugs me just then it's our in group that hasn't i understand why people like it and need that but i find that weird i don't know well all right i wanna be hypocrite i don't like i don't like ins and outs based on i don't like groups they're like we're black or hispanic or female over lesbian and this is our group and you're you're not lesbian so you're not in our group i don't i don't like those kind of groups i don't feel i don't feel it's beneficial to the people that are in the group the club has in and out but the person goes there shoot some pool takes schmitz and goes home and somehow get something out of it now i seem a lot of is just kinda showing off i'm assuming you and i don't really have that gene but i don't really well here's here's a y feels real there many many things to be fixed in the world yes and in our society guys who enroll in memberships and country clubs are way down the list i'll things to screw around with i am no probably i only have you know homeless guy spreading vanek plague higher up on my list of things sort of focus on and this is way down on worth so and i'm now at the point where and i'm this way with many religions most all religions i've this feeling is if you want to go off and do your own thing and do that thing.
"schmitz" Discussed on Mac Power Users
"And so when keyboard much recognizes that i've plugged into this dock it loads up a different profile and caribbean or elements and it flips those keys around for me so i don't even realize it keyboard maestro solves all the little problems in life when you're on your mac keyboard my show is is amazing and you don't even necessarily even need to know what all of the different components to it because there's a ton of different actions a bunch of different triggers it can be a little bit overwhelming when you first get started with it but there's also the record button so you can literally just press record do what you wanna do and then see if it works and you might be surprised how often it does well mike you know what we got about halfway through your outline so that means right you can come back all right sounds good yeah for sure all right all right they got a commitment mike come comeback back for those folks out there the one learn more about your mike where do they find you well you can go to mike schmitz dot me for links to all my current projects don't blog a whole lot there but everything i'm currently involved in is there most of my writing is over at asian efficiency dot com and let me just interject there schmitz's with no d is mit's e correct t as in tom z zebra on twitter i'm at bobblehead joe and you can find the screen cast stuff over at screen casts online and i recommend everybody go check out mike's podcasts over at bookworm as i've keep keep talking about the show that's my favorite one that you're making but you also do the productivity show over at asian efficiency and if you're a screen casts online member you can get some of mike's magic screen casts there as well and we are the mac power users you can find us on twitter we are at mac power users katie's at katie floyd i am actually the kenyan not doing much of the twitter stuff they right there occasionally.
"schmitz" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"They never go bad there all day stink great forever and ever so for those of you who don't know father smith is great youtube channel i think it is fair to say father schmitz you are the most prominent youtube star among the catholic clergy you're at least up there i wrote to parented pretty big bishop merriman is big by the rudler hasn't some great videos on line by father schmitz channel ascension presents has been viewed by over eleven million viewers he has a new book out from ignatius made for love samesex attraction and the catholic church so father schmitz to begin their or examples we are always told in classical antiquity of samesex unions and even unions that resembled marriage are the roman emperor nero apparently sort of mary two young boys swore us after the death of his first two wives he made his boy bride dress up like a lady at public events so we could pedia tells me now of course niro did it is not exactly an endorsement before the great young married or over right there's that that that yeah there and there were a lot of a strange activities that were going on and not exactly a guide post up for the history of the christian west marriage has had a clear meaning the union of man and woman this has been a consensus in the west form millennia and now we think it's the opposite now that that public opinion has switched so quickly what is caused it to flip within just a few years wanting to the number of actors out what you don't even have to i don't i don't even have to apply appealed to any kind of religious idea i think he jet when we get and act from a real to uh i guess rationality once we disconnect reason and what we actually i think i think in some way in break that scientific not scientific declined to biggest great scientific world be where we can do it we're the world it endlessly manipulative or manipulative a bowl uh that we can basically redefine everything so it basically on complementing colleague michel.