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"shoal" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Have a Powerball winner finally revealed 7 o'clock. From ABC News, I'm Brian Clark It feels like it's the end of the world or something. That's a situation for residents of the San Bernardino mountains in Southern California like dawn. They're still buried under snow in Lake arrowhead, Stephen Holyfield says they're not being told what they need to know. A lot of these problems could just be solved with information. But that information is not going out there. People are just being left out there to wonder. But authorities say most main roads have been cleared, but it could still be another week before all the side roads are clear. Across the country, more than 60 million people are under some kind of weather alert and storms have already been blamed for ten deaths in the south, Midwest. And east palestin, Ohio, keep out signs have been posted around the waterways following the train derailment and chemical spill. Friday marked one month since the accident, White House press secretary green champier asked if President Biden planned to visit said yes, he's planning to go there at some point. What he's going to do is we're going to want that happens. He's going to, we're going to coordinate with state and local officials to make that trip occur. He hosted German Chancellor Olaf shoals of The White House Friday the two countries are in lockstep when it comes to support for Ukraine. ABC's James longman in Ukraine with more on the new aid that's being sent to the country. $400 million from the United States, including 8 armored vehicles that are able to launch bridges, foldable bridges over rivers and other difficult terrain. And it's that continued support was a theme of conversations between President Biden and Olaf shouts, the German Chancellor at The White House, the western alliance that supports Ukraine. They are increasingly concerned about China's support for Russia and so they feel it's very important that they show this united front. Former president Donald Trump speaks today at cpac. He's trying to rally some of his most loyal supporters ahead of primary battles like this one. I'm just a common citizen. But in my opinion, there is no Republican Party with that Donald J Trump. You're listening to ABC News. My brother in law died suddenly, and now my sister and her kids
Turkey Foreign Min: thanks for global help
"Turkey's foreign minister has thanked the international community for its support following last week's devastating earthquake. Melus of ashore says 100 countries had offered help with 76 of them sending search and rescue teams 12 countries search and rescue teams have returned home so far after completing their missions, shove a Shoal who adds, of course, everything is imperfect. There are shortcomings, shortcomings in coordination in the beginning, but quickly the system was established, the minister also said turkey was working to ensure urgent housing needs were met with local production of tents and containers there. He said 36,000 tents had arrived in turkey from abroad, 51,000 on the way and another 23,000 planned. I'm Charles De Ledesma
"shoal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"As North Korea continues its missile launches Japan says that the one that was really of concern was mid or long range had staged separation, says it did separate, now the first reports were getting a conflicting report now the first reports we got was that it flew over the island and separated over the island and into the Pacific now NHK is reporting quoting a government official it says that it did not fly over the island. So we'll continue to follow those reports. And Japan has said that it has been checking and that it is probably down, although early reports said it could have been a long range missile. So also have another report just in the past what, three minutes from South Korea's joint chiefs of staff, a text message saying that another missile has been fired into the east sea. So we'll continue to monitor that. A team of special investigators has raided the headquarters of the Shoal police force in search of information regarding the Halloween crowd disaster. The Biden administration is warning Germany and other EU nations not to let China take control of companies and strategic sectors and Benjamin Netanyahu edges back toward power. He'll have a coalition of government that is more conservative than any in Israel's history. In San Francisco, I'm at Baxter, this is Bloomberg, back to Hong Kong, Brian. Thanks very much. Ten minutes before the top of the hour it's time for the media review. From the Financial Times, it just goes into some detail about some of the comments coming from top bankers who are here in Hong Kong for this enormous financial forum, quoting UBS chair calm Kelleher as saying that we are all very pro China and he said that we're not reading the American press. We actually buy the China story, but it's a matter of waiting for zero COVID to open up in China to see what will happen. His reference to loving China was an apparent joke and a nod to earlier remarks made by fang xinghai who's the vice chair of the China securities regulatory commission. He had told attendees that he would advise international investors to find out what's really going on in China. And what's the real intention of the Chinese government and find out by themselves don't read too much of the international media. From the South China morning post that Shenzhen is being tipped to pioneer China's national tax reform, and that this story is making some people nervous in Hong Kong, the ministry of finance supports Shenzhen to undertake the research as part of a plan to improve its fiscal system in debt management. There are about 25,000 workers from Hong Kong living in Shenzhen. And from the post as well, Apple supplier Foxconn and its latest COVID-19 related disruptions. This is a story here that talks about what the company is doing. And it looks at signals that many major manufacturers are going to diversify their supply chain outside of China. At 8 minutes before the top of the, that's the media. Paul. All right, thanks very much, Brian. Let's say get over to Edward Harrison, Bloomberg, senior markets iterative to discuss the markets news of the day. And of course, Edward, the marketers news of the day dominated by the press conference from fed chair Jay pal, the dove's getting another reality check. It seems so they were very dovish, obviously, because Powell didn't say anything that shouldn't have been expected. I think it was the tone that may have caught them off guard and sort of the desire for some sort of pivot. But basically what Powell was saying is that the summary of economic projections that they put out in September, they have raised the number and really the number that we're going to end on in 2023 is very much still in play, depending upon how inflation proceeds over the next several months. So Bloomberg economic show is one of the first big institutions to get up there at 5% for the terminal rate. Now others have joined in. But I guess probably waiting now for a lot of these banks to raise their expectations, right? I mean, could it be as high as 5.1 to maybe 5 and a quarter percent? Yeah, I think that the rains that I was thinking of before pal got on was four 75 to 5 25 that we're in that range somewhere based upon what I've heard different fed officials say. And we were at four four for the end of 2022 and four 6 for the end of 2023. Now that was the summary of economic projections from September, the market is already projecting something in the order of 5% for March and for may. It could be higher than that. That's the first negative. The second is the market was already showing that fed funds futures were 50 basis points lower for January of 2024 than they were for June of 2023. And pal basically said that's not going to happen. We're going to hike and it may be more than you expect and we're going to hold that level for a considerable period of time. Yeah, so we've got a rather mixed bag in terms of earnings at the moment. What are the next few quarters going to be looking like? We have this in mind. Can we expect a few revisions? Yeah, so I think that we're looking at 22 weeks in a row of downgrades over upgrades in the U.S. and the S&P 500. So more downgrades and upgrades. The maximum number of downgrades over upgrades was probably two or three weeks ago. And we're now at the getting towards the end of this particular earnings season, but still there's still pressure on margins. There's still pressure on a lot of earnings in particularly in the places where technology is big. Both consumer discretionary, things like Amazon and information services, and we saw some very negative things from the chip sector earlier today. Yeah. Back to pal, he said a couple of interesting things. One about the lag that it might be shorter than earlier thought. And I asked a guest about it earlier. So I don't need to go into it with you, but the other interesting thing was explaining some people have been criticizing the fed for not seeing the big drop in housing. And noting that it's really a lag a long lag before that turns up in rents. But he addressed that. And I thought it was pretty interesting. He said, well,
Yahoo News: How the World Is Punishing Russia for the Ukraine Invasion
"There's a piece here at AOL I guess it is Really Yahoo news Since launching an invasion the Ukraine last week Putin and his country have faced intentional international backlash ranging from crippling economic sanctions to condemnation from the worlds of sports and culture There's not been enough kind of nation from the worlds of sports just some Just some And there's not been enough sanctions I don't understand this ratcheting up thing The guys now dropping what do they call those bombs Anyway on schools and hospitals Who doesn't care about life The U.S. taken action against Russia including sending half a $1 billion of military aid group is also freezing the assets of pew and other Russian officials as well as freezing roughly half the country's foreign currency reserves It's also targeting Belarus which is thrown in with Russia of course And its president Alexander Lashley who's allowing his country to be a military base for the assault Let's see the EU said it would be banning Russia today Sputnik and the Russian state media affiliates from the airwaves So they're no longer be able to spread their lives Chancellor a German Chancellor Olaf shoals said in a speech on either Germany would be increasing its defense budget in response to the invasion calling it a turning point in the history of our continent and adding it's clear that we need to invest significantly more on the security of our country What happened to Merkel Miracle used to blame this guy for blocking her from doing these things While she was a fraud and a liar he says he had already announced last week that his country was halting certification of the Nord stream two gas pipeline I'd like this far right Hungarian prime minister Why not just say Hungarian prime minister They don't even make call Putin far
"shoal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Voted unanimously to recommend booster shots of both Pfizer and Moderna's vaccines The boosters are now approved for all adults 6 months after they have received their first two doses For the first time in history a black woman will live and work on the International Space Station NASA's Jessica Watkins is slated to live on the ISS for 6 months starting in April of next year as a mission specialist It'll be Watkins first mission in space She became an astronaut in 2017 and says she hopes her work aboard the ISS will inspire more children of color to aspire to become astronauts There's a ton of cash on the line and tonight's Powerball drawing the jackpot is worth 205 million that puts the cash option at just over 148 million Of course walking away with all that money won't be easy The odds of striking it rich are roughly one in 292 million I'm Chris garageio And dived Denise Pellegrini in the Bloomberg newsroom The global IPO market is exploding initial public offerings have now searched past $600 billion and that's the best ever for the IPO market We're heading into the holiday shortened weekend stock values are likely to go up from here according to Michael Shoal He is chairman and CEO of market asset management I think it's a difficult decisions which are going to be made both at the corporate level and a policy levels They're not going to be made in November and December 2021 And so I think the market has a 33 hand hit And Shoal with us there I'm Bloomberg radio Demand for COVID boosters in the New York area is high Now that anyone 18 and over qualifies And if you're planning on a holiday gathering this coming week doctor as she shopped Dina Brown university school of public health has some advice Using rapid testing can make a big difference in terms of preventing infections from seeping into that family gathering You know this is our second COVID winter We've got to be able to get together And Jean commenting as word comes in there are now more COVID deaths in the U.S. this year than in all of 2020 Some big changes at the top of German banks We get more of that from Bloomberg Susanna Palmer Looks like two of.
"shoal" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"And he actually said Sterling asked them. You know whether you know if somebody has the symptoms for Covid 19, what would you recommend? They do, and instead of things go and quickly get tested and get treatment. He actually said. Well, I think you should just wait a little while, maybe a few days. That's terrible advice. Early treatment saves lives, even if they don't use IBM Act in. There are monoclonal antibody treatments. It's imperative that those get done very quickly. And so for him to say that I thought that was really irresponsible. And then in addition, obviously with the ibex and I have an issue, really? He sounds like one of the doctors who just says, Well, if you get the sentence, just, you know, wait till you turn blue and then coming to the hospital. That's a horrible, horrible advice. So well I've ever met him is improved by the FDA for use in humans for very limited conditions, like on the scalp. Like I don't know what the hell scabies is, but I know I don't want to get them. I know what head lice is. Never had it don't want to get that either. But would you agree that I ever met him is not approved whatsoever for use of Covid 19. It is approved by the FDA for human use. But every time the media talks about ivermectin they make it sound like is for horses, which, of course it is. But it's also approved by the FDA for human use and certain categories. And the guy that discovered the use in 2015 received the Nobel Prize for medicine. That's not bad, but on the other hand, I get the idea that You should use it for head license Camby's and not for Covid 19. But on the other hand, Andrew, if you're near death, and you're going to die anyway, what the hell? Try something. Well, Here's the thing. Doctors are allowed to prescribe off label any medication that they think and help their patients. They are not limited they can utilize, And there's a lot of medications out there that have dual purposes, one of which is not approved by the FDA. But one other quick thing I want to cover is could you have your book or reach out to Dr Wag Shul, the doctor in question with the Westchester case, I think he would have a very different opinion than than Dr victim, but we will do then that's the doctor from Dayton. Correct. Correct. All right. I'm gonna tell Tony Bender to do that Wag Shaw. It's in the story. We can contact him and where about getting different opinions out There is not one way of looking at hardly anything. There's always multiple ways of looking at different issues. And with your permission, Andrew, I will do that. And the next day or two to see if Wag Shoal can come on because Jeffrey Smith understand is still alive. But he's languishing somehow on a ventilator and his near death and his wife wants to try it. And what the hell do you have to lose? You might lose the patient. We might lose the patient anyway. And there is a minority view point that I've ever met him. Some of these other things might be used. But it's not the majority viewpoint. And Andrew. Thank you for your call. And God bless Madera. Thank you. Let's continue with more if the line becomes available 513749 7000 up next as Jeff and many others, but I'm going to get a hold of Dr Wag showed us if you'll come on to talk about why he considers I've ever met him to be a good treatment. I think monoclonal monoclonal antibodies are really good treatment and it's intravenously applied. Let's get your reaction 513749 7000 and more. So, Cunningham home of your reds teetering but not yet have fallen on news radio 700 w all over you. Your morning shower. There's the soaping, the shampooing and the rinsing. It's time.
Stephen Deusner and His Connection to the Drive-by Truckers
"First and foremost. I kind of grew up in a the area that they're from Not north alabama but Western see just about an hour from muscle shoals and florence where the band is from and You know knew out of that area. And when i did almost immediately i discovered the ban and i heard them singing about these places that i recognized and i developed a really deeply personal connection to their music. I think what's remarkable i. I don't. I don't think i'm alone in that. I think that. I think a lot of fans and a lot of people have similar relationship with them until he was really amazing to be away from home and to hear somebody seeing about how that way but then the more i delve into their music in the more i heard more they released. I realized that they were doing something very interesting. Which was Some interrogating certain southern pieties certain icons and symbols and things like that and really challenging a lot of the way. The south is perceived And i really wanted to explore that. Because that helped me with my own reckoning about coming from the south and About coming from a place that i dearly loved yet had this area ugly history and had parts of a culture that were Did not agree with and so for me. It was a very powerful thing to listen to this ban and then to start writing about this ban For the connection to home but also just Just for how. I thought of
The Literal Uncharted Waters of Climate Change
"Edwards druidic wrote in yale environment. Three sixty about the new danger of shrinking ice cover in the arctic. It's created an arctic shipping. Boom that's literally sailing into uncharted waters. So is less but more radic sea ice a recipe for arctic shipping disasters edward strategic welcome to climate cast. Thank you for having me on. So we know from the satellite records that climate change has dramatically changed arctic ice cover since one thousand nine hundred seventy nine. That's opened up new routes. How many of these shipping routes have reliable navigation charts in the arctic in say alaska. We've got only four percent of the region is charted in candidates. A little bit better. It's fourteen percent so not a lot and some areas. They're just no charting at all. You wrote about this russian ship that grounded in twenty eighteen. Tell us what happened there. Well i was aboard the ship. I was on. Us national science foundation expedition. We were supposed to begin in a place called resolute in the high arctic but The ship couldn't get in there so we had to board further south in the boothia peninsula. Which is entirely uncharted. And we within twelve hours Ran into a shoal Very violently and the ship was listing and We didn't really know what was going on at the time. Although we did know that we were spilling some fuel and that the ship must have been damaged but For about twenty four. Thirty six hours. We just didn't know what was going on. And it took that long for rescue to get to you. How did that play out. Fortunately the canadian coast guard ship was about twenty two hours away and another one was thirty. Six hours away they could easily have been five or six or seven days away. had we've begun to sink and had to man the lifeboats. We could have been in serious trouble. Had there been a lot of ice in the area or to storm. Come up
Things Youll Only Find In Australia
"In australia. We have stinging ants stinging spiders stinging snakes stinging jellyfish stinging octopuses stinging stingrays. Should he got that from the stinging shocks stinging crocodiles stinging stone fish. Did i miss anything. Oh yeah stinging trees. Even the plants want to mess with you in this country. They used to be saying in sydney with three hours ahead of the rest of the country. Albridge alibaba an hour bradman off full of themselves. Those sydney saw us but everyone has to admit that is one impressive bridge that crosses the paddle in the middle of town to tell you the story of the harbour bridge. We've got a very special storyteller. Women love him men. Wannabe him dogs fall over themselves wanting to drop sticks his fate wrote this. Yes it's the one the only andrew data and this is the story of the bridge. The cd habat bridge links. The north shore of sydney haba to the central business district on the southern shore in precolonial times the traditional custodians of the north shoal. The camera google people would often venture to the southern shore where shellfish supplies were more plentiful. It's not wrong to say that. The commute across sydney harbour has been going on for as long as the area has been inhabited the custodians at the southern shore. The gaggle people cruise the harbor on bach. Canoes cold navy. The canoes made from bach stripped off domino trees. After heavy ryan when the material was strong but also flexible the navy set solo in the water that the silence of the first fleet. Don't the canoeist with bobbing around in the harbor. With no votes told the first commercial haba crossing was offered by an ex-convict of jamaican heritage cold. Billy blue now billy. Blues ferry service consisted of a robot which he often made the passengers road themselves. While billy dressed in a top hat entertained with stories and witty banter formal steam powered ferry services started in eighteen sixty one and by nine thirty two more than fourteen million ferry trips. A year would taken on the hob. There was talk of building a bridge across the narrowest part of the way back in eighteen. Fifteen and that was from convict. Architect francis greenway. He proposed the idea in a letter to the newspaper. But it took a major public health crisis to get the city to start thinking about making some serious plans. That health crosses the bubonic plague
"shoal" Discussed on WSB-AM
"In final score, the Hawks beat the New York Knicks 113 to 96. In Game four of the playoffs. Erie's They now lead a three games to one in front of that record crowd at state Farm Arena. New details now in the domestic abuse arrest of Braves outfielder Marcel Ozuna, court documents show his wife told police she and her husband were having an argument over infidelity before he choked her and threw her against a wall. More now from WSB is Jennifer Perry was in it was taken to the Fulton County Jail. Charged with aggravated assault by strangulation is arrest comes a year after his wife's arrest during a domestic dispute. Ozuna is expected to appear before a judge tomorrow. Two year old girl has been found safe after Atlanta police say her father stabbed her mother early this morning and took her from the home Atlanta police say at Tame Are, Massey was dropped off at the DeKalb County Jail by a family member. Her father, 24 year old Tremaine Hines, is still on the run. If you plan to visit one of George's Lakes this holiday weekend, George's Department of Natural Resource is urging you to wear a life jacket. Spokesman Mark McKinnon tells Channel two action news that they're seeing a high number of drownings this year. I think people just get complacent and you know, they feel like these things might happen to someone else, but they're not gonna happen to me or my family and then Tragedy strikes. So with that complacency 62 year old man was pulled from GBS Lake in Smyrna on Friday after his boat capsized. Rescue crews are out on Lake Lanier searching for a man who went under last night, D N R. Officials say the man left an inflatable raft on Shoal Creek to try and retrieve and or Braves meet the Mets again tonight after last night's 13 to 2 loss, first pitch at 708, also in sports. Helio Castro Neves, winning his fourth Indianapolis 500 in front of 135,000 fans, most at a sporting event since the pandemic began. Six time IndyCar champ is Scott Dixon started on the pole but ran outta gas before his first pit stop. Naomi Osaka, find $15,000 of the French Open for skipping a post match news conference. After her first round victory and threatened by all four Grand Slam tournaments with stiffer penalties. WSB news time 3.
Roger Hawkins, Drummer for 'The Swampers,' Dies at 75
"The original drummer for legendary studio band has died Roger Hawkins played for the swappers the muscle shoals band that was immortalized by being name checked in the Lynyrd Skynyrd song sweet home Alabama however he and his bandmates played on many more than just a song or two the man can be heard on hundreds of hit songs recorded by some of the biggest names in the business Aretha Franklin Wilson Pickett Bob Seger Paul Simon James Brown Linda Ronstadt and Alicia keys among them Hawkins has died after an extended illness he was seventy five years old I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
"shoal" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE
"Off four words, anyone being used? Every single room has got a dining air conditioners but design me not even two M from one door to the Alice. All I'm trying to say is, we need to even better that. We've got Avalon. They also have tonight, Cassie. The one that's proposed in north north of Melvin. Is that tie too? What the residents are up in arms after year and am along business thousands of acres. The Viking land. Well, it's not good Mom. Languages discovered well with volcanic rock. Sure. Next to an airport or five year couple kilometers. The wife, someone airport. We've got the long hospital and we've got Western fabulous hospitals. Okay? Uh, Yeah. In other words, they're brought on from inside a jail. Long hospital is assigned distance as, um As from half spring to violent hospital. It's about 40 times, you will give him give him this thing is to be going is going to be going on four years. I mean, that's a reasonable prediction. You think it's going to be going on four years? We need to. We need to be looking ahead to The longer term quarantine facilities. Sampley. That's what I'm trying to say you we build them and of Avalon, Mike Shoal back, able to build that future, build another couple around wise that they're not in the way of that. You can pack them straight off the pine stride into foreign things. And then You know what I'm trying to find? You do And then a second you is that God is that needs to go to the hospital, then that camp Yep. All right, John. Thank you. I'm glad you had the father. That's all good. Uh, I don't know John Bob are 1 308 100 Triple 21 308 100 Trouble too. There are lines free If you wanna grab one. Let us know what you think. Given the situation in the Y it's headed. Is there a better way to do this? Or does it simply underline the fact that the current Hotel quarantine system in big cities. Ain't working because the cases of community transitional leaking out from Marry in, Can I? Oh, hi, Marion. Hi, Phil. Um, I'm very concerned that the Her choke arcane. I mean, it's a bit of a judge to call it hotel quarantine this Chels And they've got not only the people in quarantine that regular guess on and because the new variants and more infectious CS experience From that it didn't developing great Britain, but that's what it's called the s experience. And I listened to that press conference of the premieres today. And under pressure from the journalists. I can't remember. If it was the Crimea, But somebody said it was an Indian variant being investigated. There's two Indian variants, and they call them as Variant being investigated. Try it to calling them a very end of concern that Um, that was very highly infectious, particularly one of them. That's got the double mutation. And that's what the couple in Sydney have. And not knowing have a Ghana In the indication that At least one other person. Is in the twain but must have leaked out of the hotel somehow. Well, because this couple must have caught it from someone. They didn't catch it from the person in the hotel. So no, I'm I'm actually quite concerned. I was in hospital in Sydney in May surgery in January, and they're pushing through a lot of surgeries that close the Orthopedic wards and converted them to close it wards. So when I went back for my check up a few weeks ago Um The orthopedic checkup. Was next to a covert war on the sixth floor of a large hospital and a bloke in a bed with wheel down of the covert ward. There's somebody accompanying him. And the guy in the bed that is masked under his and that is the way some people do. And the person accompanying him had her mask down, understand others. That orderly that was pushing them towards the elevator had a mask on But that was its last public hospital, and I'm sitting for nature Cup and I thought, good Grace it coming out of the cozy board. It's obviously going for Nick Shay or an M R I if he has causes Huh? What's she doing with his mask under his nose, and I feel very concerned that Just the basics of infection control and family medicals, saying that the hotel systems inadequate It's dangerous. It's not fit for purpose. It's very obvious we've had 16 escape. Exactly. So it's just not working. I mean, the evidence is there Isn't that marrying that It's not me 16 times over. Um why doesn't the federal government just get onto? It's not rocket science. They can build places quickly from shipping container. Yes, we have had a year to think about this every day. With having near the think about it from the government. Is it missing that high? Just systems not adequate. Five Ordering that the returning come how it springs when they come back the situation. Well, look, I mean, realistically, there were going to be dealing with people with covert in the world for years to come. Four years and so many Australians stuff overseas. Yeah. I mean, this is not a problem that's going to be fixed up this year. It might be no, no, it's going to be fixed up in in in years to come. Look fine. I mean, it's very obvious to anybody that spends five minutes thinking about it. What we need to do. We need We need a effective quarantine centers. The white corn seen center's always have been no hotels, major cities. Okay. Thank you. For the trump. Thank you. Thanks for Thanks, Mary. The greatest degree 1 308 100. Triple two's the number 1 308 100 people to John from Mikala. Goodbye, John. That's still here. Got something, John? Yes. That's good. Yeah, I think we've got to get a wife from the, uh, little trip. Um Are converting a hotel. I was to it because it's not for purpose. No, it's not. It's got shared air. Yeah. Yeah, And it's um it's similar to Single to it. It's floored. A similar to miles running diplomacy in the world. That sounds like a job. A wife and things is I'm not seeing the connection immediately. John.
"shoal" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"The vast majority of the people that are living on the streets as it were, are people that don't wanna follow rules, and I know I've talked to several of them when I used to volunteer at the homeless breakfast downtown, and that was their whole thing. Because I would say Well, are you connected Tonto Kate vanished fan or And services from the Argentaria, Taj or anything like that. They'd be like, Oh, no. You have to follow rules. And, you know, I don't want to drug test. I don't want to follow rules. And so they're there by choice because they don't want to change their lifestyle. You know, the thing is the taxpayers statehouses. I hear you. You know, I understand what you're saying. If they were all like that this would be an easy problem to solve. Yeah, sure would. And And the thing is, they're not all like that. And that even if they go ahead, what the? Yeah, the scenario that she she brings up there. That is, uh, that's a That's one of the things we're gonna have to deal with. You got folks that do not want to leave where they are. They don't want to leave the lifestyle that they have. That is a reality. Those folks are going to have to be given a choice. You either go to whatever designated area they're gonna have our location or you've got to hit the You gotta hit the road. You've got to go. And And in that case, yeah, we might have a situation where the only option is going to be to come from, but ultimately again. What does that lead to? Not much Chad in North Austin. Good morning. Guys hear me out. I've got a new concept for fixing the homeless problem. It's called Make it harder than it make it easier on. Here's the deal when they can't pay the fine. Guess what? They spend some time in jail. Build a new one. With all this money, you're Pending on hotels. And then when they're in jail, they have to go out and work. They have to go pick up trash. You think they're gonna want to go work? Come on, let's get them out of here by making it tough to be here. Don't don't give him a 10 man. 10. Yeah, I gotta give him a jail cell for a while. And then the ones that are psycho. They have to go to some place that can fix him or help him or whatever. But Austin, Where is it? Where is that place to someplace? Build it. You've got Millions to spend on hotels build one. You got a good point. Good point shed jumping at 51283605 night. You know, I had that conversation yesterday off there. What? Where is that? What is that place? The state State hospital doesn't exist. The only thing that comes to mind for me a Shoal Creek hospital. They can all go to show Creek Hospital. Yeah, And a lot of these folks have to live there forever. He might be right. Maybe a facility is going to have to be built. I thought the question out again. I think we all collectively know there's going to be alcoholics amongst us. Gonna be drug addicts amongst us. There's gonna be those with mental health challenges amongst us. There's going to be people that just want to check out from society, and one solution is not going to solve this problem at all at all. I'm just curious. How much money does the people of Boston? How much do they want to spend annually dealing with this crisis? If it zero great if it's 100 year, all right, get ready for that chaos jumping at 51283605 90, But all the voters collectively just heading you saying yes on Prop B and handing this back to the City Council to solve You trust them? You trust them to fix this crisis? What? I'm amazed. I'm hearing Kathy Towboat, for example, starting to talk about solutions, and it sounds like they're just starting to explore this. It has that feel to it. I can't believe that they don't have a plan in place right now. They knew property was going to pass. They knew it was going to pass. Of course, it's gonna pass. And it did. And with almost a mandate, why don't they have a plan now? What? They They've had years to come up with something because they didn't want to. That's one. Well, Their plan is 3000 over the next three years, too slow too slow. Not enough, Richard. Good morning. Morning. I got done, but well, I had to kind of points. You know one uh, now that it's harder for people, you know, you know well to most of the homeless people were not most on a lot of the homeless people have come from other places. You know, since everything's been so easy for them now, hopefully that won't be happening any more. So the numbers going to decrease or at least not increase, and, you know, you know, I mean, The lady asked me. You know what? Why? How I thought about Poppy and I was positive about it, mainly because of sanitation and the you know, you know, and the filth issues and I had numerous friends come here to visit me and said they would never coming back to us because of all the stuff, you know. So that's all I wanted to say. Yeah, I got you. I hear you. Thank you. Thank you, Richard. I appreciate that. Yeah, Effects will effects. Everybody's sure doesn't mean it. Z Nobody likes to see these people live in this way. Ron in Georgetown. Good morning. Morning. Hey, you're on the air. It's kind of hard to hear you, but I'll just go ahead and say it about 30. Years ago, we had a debate topic how to fix the homeless problem. One of the state winning plans Wasps To install these of a post office box portable post office box. Where, because the big argument was that the homeless didn't have a home to receive a government check. If I had a portable post office box, they would get a chant every month. Then they would have money to maybe get housing or in the government would pay for it. The federal government would pay for it and wouldn't take them the.
Race and Remembrance in Hanks Alabama Hometown
"This is very truths. I'm hank clip off. I received an email one day from the library in my hometown. florence alabama. oh boy. I thought they're finally catching up with me. They're looking for that biography of hank. Aaron checked out in elementary school and never returned but the email was actually a lovely invitation to bring berry truth to town my hometown and record episode there. I kind of liked that idea as i chatted with the library. Folks i mentioned something that's often been on my mind in the many years since left florence for college and career. It was something that started as an observation. Actually a memory. That i really couldn't swear was true. In which became a theory that could improve on this special episode recorded before a live audience at the florence lottery. Dale public library. We're going to explore that something. Now let me begin by locating florence. Its way up in the top left hand corner of the state of alabama and sits along the tennessee river. The town probably reached thirty thousand people when i was growing up. And is it about forty thousand. Now there's much to talk and brag about and florence and in the greater muscle shoals region of northwest alabama where florence is situated. And my memory. Which is what we're about to test here. Is that the shoals region of the state and florence in particular on matters of racial attitudes and race relations were by most measures more progressive than the rest of alabama. Now say that with a lot of pride now a wanna be clear about what. I'm not saying. I'm not feeling woozy. From the glint of moonlight in the scent of magnolias. I'm not saying there was no racism or complete absence of racial violence.
Two new candidates, Brianna Thomas and Mike McQuaid, seek seats on Seattle Council
"New candidates who are running for the Seattle City Council are familiar names in some circles. The story from Cuomo's Gregor Shoals, Brianna Thomas is the chief of staff to City Council president Lorena Gonzalez and Mike McQuaid is a South Lake Union community leader. Both are running for seats that represent the entire city, the rather than a district. Thomas previously worked on several campaigns, including the one that created a $15 minimum wage in Si Tak and the campaign that created the publicly funded democracy vouchers. She's running for the seat that Gonzalez is giving up to run. Mayor McQuaid owns a strategic communications business. He's served on the south like Union Community Council for much of the past decade, and he's challenging incumbent to racing Mosqueda.
Bringing Innovation to Cell and Gene Therapy Manufacturing
"Farland. Thanks for joining us. Please join me. We're going to talk about or a biotech selling gene manufacturing and the company's efforts to use its platform to bring scouts to the manufacturing of selling gene therapies. Perhaps we can begin with the problem. You're trying to address. How gene and cell therapy is generally manufacturer today and what limitations do existing processes place on access and growth of the market. So i think Selling gene therapies are manufactured in a very similar way as when i scuffles in academic laboratories so that is very manual cell-culture prices which involves quite a lot of people Manley moving cells around the lab genetically modifying them dana cell culture expansion purification and really as you move towards the clinic what The major thing that happens is the those labs academic labs get tun into. Gnp manufacturing sweets where everyone scanned up. Sorry not any of the original problems with being highly money A manual prices in very labor intensive. But then you put on top of that. All of the Extra cleanliness requirements to jam manufacturing. A new end up with really expensive manufacturing prices. That require lots of people. Lots of very high school people actually and also a lot of spice space you need of the amount of Manufacturing facility need to produce a single device is very large. And what that means. Is that if you were to mention. The largest jam. Pay manufacturing site that you could ever imagine struggled to produce more than thousand isis pierre site. That's that's a major issue is selling therapy. Looks to move beyond our initial successes with the coffee therapies full for blood cancers and as we move forward. We're moving towards some really large indications where it's not going to be a case to just produced a fee thousand doses of therapy wigan each produce tens of thousands thousands of doses a moment as it stands. This is physically impossible. It can actually be done. There's no papal The space required is is mind boggling. How much of a bottleneck does manufacturing. The growth of these technologies is commercial products. Yeah this is the major concern. I think a lot of paper looking around investments In this space and they won young startup to have a clear To manufacturing scale and the reason for that is they've seen the struggles of the early entrance into the into the space and it's quite clear the you know the the there. All potential kills under development in very early startups. We may be in a situation. Where unless we get we get a grip of this manufacturing issue. Some of those early startups might stop not to get funded as people start to wonder can have make return on investment in in products or a biotech has developed a manufacturing platform for sale gene therapies. What is the platform consists of. So we've we've gone to some length start with the design for scaled up manufacturing. So how would you manufacture hundred thousand ices back engineered to a single unit on a lab bench and may shoal the pricing unit we designed which intensifies manufacturing automates manufacturing can still be used in an academic lab. So you can still do. You'll preclinical what the amount studies on a on a single already by pricing unit. But the real trick is is the the system is being designed to scale basic level. We've put a load of effort incident. Intensification of the volume. The physical volume needed today. This kind of process and we've come up with some really a novel engineering solutions. Which means that we can stack units horizontally and vertically. They're about the size of a microwave. And because we've brought in the stock ability. What you can do is you can stop envisaging. Scallop of your manufacturing in quite a small area getting to really high three putts. How does this change the manufacturing
"shoal" Discussed on WTOP
"Counting. So go ahead. Do what I did Call Jennifer 8877611 cell are online and jennifer young homes dot com. It's Saturday, February 6. Welcome in 12 0 wait on Double duty GOP graphic and whether all the eights rich owners with us in the double D T o P Traffic center, right listener just came upon a crash. That's gonna be eastbound on us. 50 the Jon Hansen highway right near 4 10. The crash along the left side. One of the vehicles involved partially blocking the left lane. Police and fire just now responding to that, so be aware And if you're continuing on 50 headed out toward Annapolis in the Bay Bridge on the Bay Bridge itself, they do have works in on the westbound span. You're down to a single right? Lane Bridge is also under wind morning since no two way traffic but no vehicle restrictions. But just keep that in mind over and fraud in Annapolis there with a crash and force driving area of hilltop lane. You're under police direction there. Gambrel Park right up in Frederick closed. Each weighed shucks Town road that as a result of the crash, watch for police to redirect you there each way. As result at Leesburg Edwards, very road closed between Red Rock Way and Shoal Creek drive that was as a result of the crash earlier crash that was sat down on Countryside Boulevard at paid. Dr. That is since wrapped up in cleared w. T. O P were four is a gem Befits Sheldon Emo shot Fitz first and save money choose from thousands of used cars and trucks. Does it fit small dot com That's the fits way rich 100 of you, Chappie traffic Get a $59 precision furnace tuna by calling 809 48 months 19 4 tracking the next storm system, making its way our way. First off, though, your Saturday looking good, no problems early. We'll see a little bit of some of them or clouds during the afternoon high temperatures in the mid to upper forties as you make your way through the night on.
"shoal" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Trouble, the flat shoals. You stay slow, though. Getting on the high twenties for there's a travel advisory crashes. The both the right and left lanes. £20 after Wesley Chapel exit 68 mark here. Not much younger than me, Longoria. I would say you probably are middle aged right now. Right when I'm gonna be 44 in about a month, so What do you think, Deborah? He know I'm gonna I'm gonna be 44 in a month. Yeah, you're mentally you've got. I don't know if I can leave. I mean, 88, I guess. Yeah, because I could see that. Yeah, your mom's healthy. You're part of its genetics, right? Yeah. A lot of my grandfather made it 86. So listen, I've lost all that weight. So you have to worry about that. So I would say So. Are you? Are you freaking out about being? I mean, you have no important things to talk? Yeah. No, I mean, I've never been I mean, I haven't hit that point where I'm freaking out about it. I never thought of it like that. You know, you have two girls like like I'm I'm the type of person that if I lose my hair, lose my hair for grazing graze. I don't care You never liking you think for parents. It comes when your kids are gone because my dad Like kind of went through this thing When I left for college like there's nobody in the house anymore, and he had a hard time with that. Who's gonna Who's gonna farm the crops? It was just weird. All of a sudden growth. We've got so much corn coming in who's gonna turn the cheese? Yeah, I kind of see that. Like it. Once the girls leaving me, just me and Leslie. Then you know that it'll hit me like Oh, you know, you'll be elderly. When that happened. Like you're a senior. When they girls leave this house. You're a senior. I mean, what is she? She's gonna be eight so another 10 years. I'll be 54. I'm not a senior. When he was 60, you'll be closed won't be able to retire. Mike's in Atlanta. Mike, help me through my post midlife crisis, buddy. What do you got? Hey, Mark. Hey, No, my I am 53. My girl is 54. She's listening in right now at home. But as of tomorrow we're heading down to Florida for a one month long boot camp to get ourselves back to what we looked like We were 20. What, Like a boot camp. For what? You know you're not a military thing. It's a fitness camp. Monthlong fitness, And you're paying for that? Yes, sir. Wow. All right now, now, how did whose idea was this? Yours or hers? Um, well, it was both of ours. You know, I turned around, said we gotta get back in shape. And then she found this one down in Florida. And we decided to say, you know what? Let's do this. Do you mind if I ask how much it's costing? Oh, it's a roughly $1000 a week per person, and I'm assuming healthy food and you're working out and all that stuff three times a day. Well, we've done three exercises and three times a day and meeting right. I love that you're doing it, but there's no chance in hell I'm doing. I'm gonna Maya certainly won't do that. She works out all the time anyway, but that's good. Yeah. I was in the service long time ago and I've gained followed up £60 since then. No, it would be great to get us all back in shape again. Oh, I'm proud of you. And if you don't want you going to do this, Mike Tomorrow. Oh, dang. Excellent. Well, do me a favor. Call me back when it's all over it. I don't know how it turned out. All right. Where? Well, where in Florida. Is it by the way, ST. Petersburg. All right, So that's beautiful. All right, That's cool. You're selling me a little bit now. See, the problem is I would work out boot camp all day. And then I go to Ah Fried seafood joint and ST Augustine. Yeah, like e Want the never ending fried shrimp basket, please Lucques and Sharpsburg, Luke, welcome the market and show Hey, thanks for having Mark never get agent is just a number. I'm only 35. But through my career I've put more wear and tear on my body than most people My age on DTA Mike, Don't forget round is a shape to so you could go completely shape s O a 35 do you think are you middle aged 35 You know if you've got a lot of miles on the tires That's where I say like a midlife crisis. Only when you decide you're gonna be old, so it could be. Some people never hit their midlife crisis because they never decide that there's an end date. But once you decide that you're too old to do what you've been doing that kind of where your midlife crisis that was today, February 5th 2021 When I realized that the neighbors call us the middle aged couple, that's when I realized that I'm getting old up until yesterday. I was like I'm still 23. I'm still 23. I'm wearing the same shirt I had when I was 20 I like and And then today I'm like I'm not even middle aged. I'm older than middle aged, Jerry's in Lawrenceville. Jerry. Welcome to the program. A man so I'm 26. Had I was watching my eight year old cousin who found an old pager I had back when I was a kid. And he looked at the end of how do you text on this thing? Wows a And I just stared at him. I was like, did you You don't know that is do you know? And I'm like, Okay, so I pulled out my own nes, and I hoped out duck kind. And I said Nice You don't If you don't try and shoot the dog you are not related to make. Did he try? Oh, yeah, After a while Missing the birds. You got mad at the dog coming up laughing at Oh, nice. I was like, Yeah. There we go. I remember when I was 20. I turned 27.
"shoal" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"To be renamed the Donald J. Trump Highway. It's phenomenal. I'm all about it. Arizona to 60 travels between Cottonwood and eager Um, passes through Shoal opine top, So I guess at some point I probably was on it. I don't remember. No idea. You're welcome. Thank you Third thing. What's your problem? Third thing that I think you need to know. We get into this. Speaking of the teachers and everything else, the CDC director once again comes out and says Yeah, it's safe for server teachers to be in schools without being vaccinated. Now the Biden administration disagrees with his own CDC director. Remember when If Trump disagree? Fauci or anybody they've been? Oh, my God! What it idiot. You have to listen. Oh, yeah, listen to the expert or not listen this exactly Even Paul off. FDA Vaccine Advisory Board member says teachers Should be back in school. They don't need to be vaccinated. And by the way, if nobody is me that why does everybody else need to be vaccinated? Tell me any of the vaccine to get an airplane. Three things. I think you need to know we're gonna get into that right now. Matter of fact, could we go back to number two from yesterday? I want you to hear the CDC director, Dr Rochelle, Rochelle, Wolinsky. She She was in the middle of a covert 19 response or update. Whatever the hell it was for reporters and media, and she she shocked everyone when she said this There is increasing data to suggest that schools can safely re open and that that savory opening does not suggest that teachers need to be vaccinated in order to reopen safely. So while we are implementing the criteria of the advisory committee and of the state, local guidance is to get vaccination across these eligible communities. I would also say that safe re opening of schools Is not that vaccination of teachers is not a prerequisite for safe re opening of schools. Oh, man. No kidding. It's not a prerequisite. The CDC data shows this the science. I mean, who's gonna fall the signs? Why hasn't again Pema County chief medical Officer Dr Garcia said the same things that look, the CDC study shows that schools were actually safe. But he didn't say because of this school should be open. I mean, God forbid, they say that he has no problem with his sidekick, Dr Cullen. The massacre. The child abuser. They have no problem, saying schools should be closed. We recommend that but they could never out of their mouths. A school should be open because they're sick, Sick people. I mean, they really are. They're sick human beings. So all of a sudden that happens and if you recall last week we played a sound bite. Chicago Teachers union says Screw you, Lightfoot, We're not going back in reporter asked Biden was the Fox News reporter, eh? What do you think? You know? Even Mayor Lightfoot wants the teacher's back. And Biden said, I I don't think you should go back till it's all safe. And the you know you have the duct work and stuff like that. And testing and yeah, yeah, yeah, No, no, no. So he said, no. I mean he's siding with the teachers union instead of the kids. So Jen Psaki, the lying White House press secretary, and she really is off. What An entertaining disaster. She was asked by a reporter. About what? You just heard what the CDC director said. Listen to this number 16. Here we go. Well first. The director of the CDC also has said they haven't issued their final guidance. And we, of course wait for that process to complete and see its way through, as she would say as well believe she didn't interview last night, where she spoke to this issue again. President Les Be crystal clear, wants schools to open. He wants them to snowy open on, but that is and he wants to do that safely. And he wants health and medical experts to be the guides for how we should do exactly that. So we're just not she, The doctor Wolinsky spoke to this on her personal capacity. Obviously, she's the head of the CDC. But we're gonna wait for the final guidance to come out so we can use that as a guide for schools around the country. He wants. What can you go back? About what 25 seconds. I wanted a pause it but I wanted to hear everything. By the way. This is the head of the CDC. Joe Biden is doing what the media accused Donald Trump of doing. Not listening to the medical experts. Remember what Biden when he was in his basement is like I would listen to medical experts. The head of the CDC couldn't get back to the point where she basically said he, you know, he's waiting for the health and medical experts for guidance. Play play play, of course, wait for that process to complete and see its way through, as she would say as well believe she didn't interview last night where she spoke to this issue again. President Les Be crystal clear, wants schools to open. He wants them to stay open on Dat is and he wants to do that safely, And he wants health and medical experts to be the guides for how we should do exactly that. So we're just not she had ever done. So there you go. You know you won't help. The medical experts have the head of the CDC. And they believe the C D. C so much they believe know when Bob Redfield came out and said something that conflicted with Trump the media was like Trump. You're in 88. You're not listening to the medical experts. Now you have the CDC director come out and say they should be there. They should be literally in school teachers. You don't have to be vaccinated. We're gonna wait till the health in experts and she said that in our own personal capacity.
"shoal" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Accept 36. Let's check the morning drive again. Here's my lemur became like they have hope to travel over Robert in the rest of the motorist. They're stuck on sooty five. The eastbound lanes leaving I 6 75 Boulder Crest Road. It's a bumper to bumper battle working your way up to I 20 Crashed that handle lanes blocked has cleared now. 25 eastbound at flat Shoals Exit 48 will see improvement there out of the West Freeway where things have been jammed up on Olympia Springs Crash cleared. I 20 eastbound before six Flags the Northwest Commune 75 5 70 five's Okay. No concerns out of coming on 400 into Buckhead marjoram, Cory Carrier Traffic center really slow now and through Lawrenceville on 3 16 westbound might have a new crash pad Struggle of Parkway. I'll check with good at authorities in just a 2nd 85 south, getting sluggish now Pleasant held the Indian Trail in Either Predator. You're fine Spaghetti Junction in a midtown, This traffic report sponsored by true natural gas they could board aliens have landed. But that wouldn't be true. Here's something that is true. True. Natural gas offers low rates and great customer service visit. True natural gas dot com. Triple team traffic 95.5 WSB. Well, if you were hoping for warmer temperatures, Spring is 47 days away. Officially what we're looking at the calendar. The switch to daylight saving time is set for Sunday March 14th. George lawmakers today, the House of Representatives take up a bill that could make daylight saving time year round in Georgia. How does that Greg Congress would have to go along coming up next in Atlanta's morning news, the latest on the pandemic in Georgia, like the rest of the nation. Hitting record numbers of deaths in the month of January. And the Tollan mental health including college students. That immortal moment WSB news time.
"shoal" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"shoal" Discussed on KOMO
"Of Fame in Los Angeles. After word of his death today, one mourner, saying the king used to hand out $100 bills to homeless people in the streets of the city, ABC. So Leticia Juarez is in Hollywood. Earlier this month, King had been hospitalized with Tobin 19. The cause of his death is unknown. At this time, King spent six decades interviewing an estimated 50,000 people from all walks of life from heads of states to movie stars. King was 87. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed. Co. Moh Saturday. Good morning. I'm r. Christopher before we get back to it on core performance of Tammy Michaels and inside out here, the top stories we have for the Colon, 24 7 News center building and policing protestors breaking into City Hall. Group gathered to support a homeless camp that's been growing outside that building since November are saying campers were around the building, and they were asked to move 25 ft. Away from that building because of fire hazard, an open flame. Most campers didn't move. Police say that about 20 protesters pried the doors open to the city hall there and made it into the lobby. It's been closed due to the pandemic by the way. When police arrived, they moved out. No arrests were made over. No injuries. Washington National Guard troops demobilized have left the capital in Olympia. But security measures are still in place around the campus. There that is, fencing is still up and presence of the state Patrol. We will continue to have an increased presence indefinitely because of possible threat. And many businesses around Pike Place market and not taking any chances or doing extra efforts here to board up their windows and reinforce any kind of possible damage that begin done to their buildings here, in fact, many or changing our operating hours as well in closing early just to avoid any more violence or any kind of destruction, and we are hearing there is another possible event going on later today with the same group that was in Seattle. Earlier in the week, Camille Johnson Shoal asked city leaders what they're gonna do about it. One of those critics continues to be community activist Victoria Beach, the chair of the Seattle Police Department's African American Community Advisory Council. But be says after speaking on the phone with the mayor, there could be something's happening behind the scenes. I don't want to give all the details away of our conversation, but she's ready to make a move. She? She does want to make a move and And we're going to support her. We're going to stand with her and support her and I told her, You know what if you make a few people mad, so what? Another march planned for today later in the afternoon, and we have a coma news crew that will keep an eye on activities. Latest updates, of course, here on radio and coma, TV, online and cos dot com. L look at come on traffic right now. Let's get the latest from the duty Log Traffic center. All right now no major collisions or stalls that actually blocking the roadway Right now. No major issues blocking. I am looking at a wide open drive right now on I five getting through downtown Seattle. Our next camo traffic at 11 04.
"shoal" Discussed on KOMO
"Lot about Seattle SPD de funding throughout the summer. And so you may think that the City Council, which has the purse strings to the department, may be controlling its future. Then again, he may think it's the mayor who has to pick a permanent police chief. Well, here's a case. While neither May be correct. Now. For example, the Office of Police Accountability just released its findings on several cases on what it describes as police actions that go against police policy. In laws on crowd control methods set by the City Council, Federal Judge James Robot has been overseeing a consent decree that's been in place for nine years if he thinks policy changes. Not constitutional or violate the consent decree. They he's in charge of enforcing. He can order changes Its couples. Matt Markovich, Clackamas County, Oregon Commissioner, Mark Shoal, apologizing yesterday. For past xenophobic an Islamophobic comments that found their way into a public Facebook page apology will be considered and accepted that we don't let this conversation and there we can't get forward and use this as a learning experience. Shell says His comments were part of uncensored discussions with some members of the military and his mindset was on national security. Que tu TV reports he met with at least five religious leaders who said they want a bridge, religious and racial divides. Some of these time 11 09 now and some good news for Boeing about the 7 37 Max, head of the European Aviation Safety Agency, says that the max, we'll get the green light to fly again in Europe next week. The decision comes after nearly two years of reviews after the aircraft was involved in two deadly crashes. That grounded the planes worldwide to fly the planes will need to meet specific conditions on the pilots must be up to date on training. Last month, the max return of the skies here in the U. S. It's also been allowed to fly in Brazil and Canada said it will start flying again. Tomorrow. They're almost Holly Menino come on, whose time 11 10 and to the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk with Eric Heights. See NFL Conference Title games are this Sunday in the NFC Green Bay will host Tampa Bay. It won't be the first time this year. Packers head coach Matt the floor has faced the tee box. You know, we know. You get to this stage that whoever you're gonna play is gonna be a great challenge and certainly haven't played them and know what they're all about earlier this season, it is gonna be great challenge, and we're gonna have to have a great week of preparation and bring her Our player. Best game is the team. That game kicks off at noon on Fox than Kansas City host Buffalo at 3 30 on CBS. The Chargers have a new head coach, hiring Rams defensive coordinator Brandon Staley. Staley's defense was top ranked in the NFL this season. Longtime Sounders vice president Chris Henderson is headed to Miami for another executive position for that MLS team. Henderson was the first hire for Sounders owner Adrian Hanauer and help the team from scouting to player development over the past 12 years. Is no fan fest or Winter Caravan this year did a covert restrictions. But the Mariners today begin what they call their virtual baseball bash and includes current and former players, coaches and broadcasters on a variety of social media platforms, even get information and Mariners dot com. Sports attendant 40 minutes past the hour. Americans Co Moh new companies time 11, 11 and traffic and weather just a couple of moments away America crossing a once unimaginably grim milestone. More than 400,000. People have lost their lives to covert. 19 and NBC News tally shows The nation hit that mark early this morning, just short of a full year since the first case was confirmed in the Seattle area. More than 166,000 of those Americans have lost their lives since the November election. In.
"shoal" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"What dominates Joe Biden's job because until that happens, he can't really bring back the economy to where it needs to be. You can't really deal with a lot of those underlying issues effectively until you get people feeling once again as if they're safe and this pandemic with over 300,000 Americans dying, they don't feel safe, so we need to get back to that. I think that's going to be his first task. If he does, that he has a chance to achieve a lot of other things that he might want to do in a very Closely divided country As always, he keeps his eye. I'm getting covert under control. The rest of it, I think will come to him over the course of his first year. It's a divided country, Karen Finney, but there's also divided Democratic Party. A lot of Democrats want your body to go further than he might be able to go. Well, I think the most important thing is that Joe Biden stays focused on the agenda that he was elected overwhelmingly by an overwhelming majority of the American people to implement and I think we are Ready, seeing both in the measures that and the things that Biden has talked about since becoming elected that a majority of Americans agree with and appreciate the way he has conducted himself. Uh, And in addition to that, I think we will see this president as the memo that Ron claim laid out put forward yesterday. You know some very quick. Not surprisingly, I slightly disagree with Chris Christie and agenda that will not only deal with the covert crisis but start to deal with the economy. People have not just fallen off the cliff. They are down into the ravine. And so you know, the incoming president has taken these issues on as well as our environmental crisis and the racial justice crisis. But I think the last thing I'll say George is the most important thing, and I think all Democrats and many Republicans of good faith agree. Is accountability. We cannot move forward in unity from this moment if there is not accountability for what has happened, and look Donald Trump is not the he drew the Mack truck of gasoline into the tinderbox. But we are a divided country. We've been divided for some time. The politics of polarization as policy for too long has dominated and so there's got to be accountability for what we saw at the Capitol. If we are to move forward, and I have full faith, both invited and Congress That weekend, do both things and all these things at the same time, Sara Fagen. That's gonna be a big question for the Senate, though, can they? Can they handle the President Elect's agenda deal with the president's agenda as they're conducting the Senate impeachment trial? I think that is the real challenge for, uh, Schumer having to try to manage, really this covert package, which is likely going to have to get done if it If he wants it is robust Is the president elect once it which is includes is the minimum wage and so many other policy priorities that are really democratic policy parties, not just covert priorities. He's likely going to have to do it through the reconciliation process on that becomes incredibly complex. Of course he's got it confirm Jenny Yellen and many other Cabinet secretaries and he's gotta manage an impeachment trial, and it's a no win situation for both parties getting rid of Donald Trump. I think it's a win situation for the country as a whole. But the Democrats are going to have to choose between a robust policy agenda and a month long impeachment trial. While Republicans have to decide if we don't impeach the president, we look complicit in the events on Wednesday. If we do impeach him, we risk the loss of a big portion of our base. It is a very complex political dynamic. And I think while I agree with Karen and the fact that Donald Trump should be held to account for the right at the capital, I don't know that. I don't know that that isn't Joe Biden's best interests. How do Democrats deal with that dilemma, Ron? Well, I think that you know, this is gonna take a deft hand right now. You could say in the transition, the buying people have done pretty good. Of navigating the shoals here, not knocking off, but I think that Chuck Schumer has his hands is, Sarah said, And the question is the first and foremost get the cap. It confirmed and McConnell's offered to do that. So I think that's a place that you can do that without the impeachment becoming impediment. I think it's too early right now. I think I'm the record on the economic package. You always have reconciliation, which is a 51 vote. Some things will drop out, I think was smart to offer it to be bipartisan on the impeachment effort, and I want to say this. I mean, this is very, very important. There's not a single lawyer except for one That's about to be disbarred by the New York Bar of Rudy Giuliani, who wants to defend President and President Trump that tell you something, and I think you could have the impeachment and deal with both confirmations and getting the country moving. And if anybody tries uses impeachment not to deal with covert, they have a political problem, if if the impeachment becomes a weight Stopping you from dealing with covert. That also becomes a problem. So both parties have a challenge. Not just Chuck Schumer and there's everybody's gonna be looking in this intense 1st 100 days. Are you going to be working together? Or you gonna just use this to score political points and Chris Christie president, But I don't think they're go ahead, Sara. I was gonna say, Look, we're calling this a covert package, and there are elements in this package that are very important for Covert, really, vaccine distribution, of course, and money for getting schools back on track. But there's a lot more in here that Republican centers are not going to go along with a minimum wage may make sense in Boston $15 minimum wage may make sense in Boston and Los Angeles doesn't make sense in Oskaloosa, Iowa, on other things for the Democratic constituencies, particularly the state, local governments. Republicans aren't going to support that. So if The president elect wants to get that accomplished. He will have to do it through reconciliation, And that is a much more complex process that the impeachment will detract from Chris Christie. Wanna bring to you they're still on for the Republican Party is well. Dan Balz had a smart column in The Washington Post today, where he says that President Trump is leaving behind a Republican party. There's broken but still in his grip. Does the Republican Party have to reject President Trump to move on? Well, I listen, I think that the party has to do is stand by its principles. George. It has to stand by the issues that that has moved the party forward by gaining 14 seats in the House of flipping to legislative chambers, flipping the governorship. Most of what happened on Election Day was very good for the Republican Party. And obviously what happened in the runoff election in Georgia was bad, and I think we can attribute that directly to what was going on. It starts with the president was doing s so I think we have to stand by our prince. Bulls and what's gonna happen in the Senate. Now, listen, Chuck Schumer has been called a lot of things. A guy with a deft touch is not one of them. This guy is a sledgehammer on DSA. Oh, For those of us who live in the area where I live, who been watching Chuck Schumer have press conferences every Sunday afternoon. It seems like for the last 100 years..
"shoal" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"And rallies planned here in DC, and its state Capitol buildings around the country. FBI Director Christopher Wray said. The concern is the proximity between government officials and people with guns. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS NEW YORK The Clackamas County Board of Commissioners has censured commissioner Mark Shawl and called for his resignation. Shoal posted comments on social media that were racist and Islamophobic Shoal has refused to step down My intention At this time. Continue to carry out Work for the people look like Miss County. The vote again show was 5 to 0. A recall effort is being discussed in the community. A report on damage from summer wildfires in Oregon is sounding the alarm for landslides that could follow. State geologist Bill Burns says the landslide this week and the Columbia River Gorge and Dotson happened to the Eagle Creek burn scar from three years ago. Sadly, this is exactly what happened in the Columbia Gorge earlier this week has the landslide start far up ravine and generate tremendous speed. The report details danger areas where Slide warning should be posted An emergency medication can help reduce the risk and observant waitress in Orlando, Florida, is being credited with saving a victim of child abuse. Lavine Carvahlo said she was serving dinner to a family when she noticed the young boy had bruises on his arm and cuts on his face. I was able to show him a sign He could see me. But the parents don't the sign asking. Do you need help? The boy nodded. Yes, That's when she called police. A London police. Now one detective Aaron Lawlor was emotional in a news conference,.
Trump urges "no violence," but takes no responsibility for inciting Capitol attack
"Joined House Democrats and impeaching the president a historic day in the House chamber just one week after it was mobbed by pro Trump rioters. Lawmakers voting to impeach President Donald Trump for the second time. Ah, first in American history in a 230 to 197 votes, the house reaching the simple majority needed to charge the president with incitement of insurrection. No true supporter of mine. Could ever endorse political violence. Trump is still not taking any responsibility for the attack. The president not even mentioning impeachment in a video released after the vote, but condemning the violence as a B C's Elizabeth Shoals eight
"shoal" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Health, Dr Jill Roberts says there's no need to get super worried, she tells 10 Tampa Bay While the variant strain is more contagious, there are no signs that is deadlier. The Florida Department of Health announced that a Martin County man is the first in the state to test positive for the variant strain that was first detected in Great Britain. I'm Riko Shoal, the Coast Guard, ending its search for a missing boat with an estimated 20 people aboard a 29 Ft vessel left. The Bahamas earlier this week was headed for South Florida but didn't arrive as expected. There's no Information about who may have been on board that boat officials explained. There was no signal received from the emergency radio Beacon either. A new report showing Florida's crime rate dropped for the first half of 2020 while the number of murders actually increased, according to F. D L e analyst. The overall crime rate decreased by 11.7% murder a jumping by 16.2% with 595 reported in the first six months of 2020 Senator Rick Scott, accusing the Internet. National Olympic Committee of failing to live up to its own principles. Scott wrote a letter to the IOC after Russia was banned from competing in the 2022 Olympics in China. Scott writing that he couldn't understand why the IOC is comfortable punishing Russia for failing to comply with rules while allowing China to commit genocide against a group of its own citizens. And in sports. Peyton Ramsey, throwing for three touchdowns and ran for another as Northwest beat Auburn, 35 to 19 in the Citrus Bowl in Orlando. In NFL action, the Bucks play the Falcons Sunday at one o'clock and the Dolphins taking on the Bills at one with Florida's news I'm June night president goes over two in the Senate. I'm Pam Puso. Fox News. Senate Republicans have rebuked President Trump Not once but twice on New Year's Day They voted to override his veto of the National defense bill. The Democratic controlled House voted to override earlier in the week. It is the first time Congress has overcome a veto during the Trump presidency. The India is popular, providing pay raises for military members guiding Pentagon policy. Providing funding for programs and construction stocks is Jared Halpern. The GOP also resisted pressure from the president and Democrats to boost coronavirus stimulus checks to $2000 leader McConnell and the Republican majority have prevented them from getting the checks plain and simple. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer Democrats vowed to revive the push for bigger checks once the new Congress has sworn in. Anger over the relief money was apparently expressed in spray paint and San Francisco multiple reports say the home of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was vandalized. Early Friday. Images on social media showed a message reading two k with a line through it. Police tell Fox News. A pig's head was also found on the sidewalk. It's unclear if cops have any suspects. With the holiday is behind. US. Health officials are bracing for another expected surge in Corona virus cases confirmed coronavirus cases in the United States past 20 million Friday afternoon, according to a continuous count by Johns Hopkins University. It comes less than one week after that count reached 19 million socks is going all Scott, Ohio State earns a spot in the college football National championship after question Clemson in the Sugar Bowl, 49 28. The Buckeyes will play Alabama January 11th America's listening to Fox News. From the Florida Central Credit Union home Loans, Traffic.
It IS ALT Season
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Travel to Alabama
"Welcome traveler I'm your host Chris Christensen just see if we don't deliver on that word epic that I put in the intro. We've got lots to talk about as we talk about Alabama. I'd like to welcome the show. Larry Beiber who is a freelance travel, writer and editor also has his own website at Larry Bloomberg. Dot Com, and also at civil rights travel dot com, and he's come to talk to us about Alabama Larry Welcome to the show. Let's great to be here, Chris. This is a show that is about a year and a half in the making at least not with Larry. We just got him involved recently, but I've done three trips to Alabama last year and a half and had been really wanting to do a show about it. But I really wanted to do it with somebody who knew more about Alabama than I did and Larry. You've lived in Alabama for eleven years. I, think. We say that's right over a decade. And you came there to work a job in the travel magazine industry at. At coastal living, which was based here as is southern living in cooking, light and a lot of other magazines. Why should somebody go to Alabama? There's lots of reasons and I think the place to start is that most people don't know about Alabama? They they know. Their stereotypes there's. There's what they've heard over the years, but the truth is the south remains one of the most colorful and least understood parts of the country and the best way to learn about. It is to go there, and it's easy. It's easy to do and this I. Think will turn People's view under head. It's the center of Civil Rights History which I think. A lot of people know in the best way to understand that as visit the sites where these famed events happened. But it's also got incredible food. One of the most vibrant food scenes in the country right now mountains in some of the best beaches in the country, if not the world, which again does not fit that stereotype that people have the deep south well. I'm going to be one of those people that admits that I Alabama was something like my forty seventh state to go to or something like that, and it was kept to the last somewhat because I grew up in the sixties, and my picture of Alabama was what I saw on the nightly news. It was that troubled. Civil Rights history that we talk about which we can. Celebrate what happened now and and what went on, but it was kind of tough to watch it all going on at the time, and that colored my views of Alabama for pope. And I have fallen in love with the state here in the last trips that I've gone through and a little surprised to say that because I didn't really expect to. But what would you recommend for an itinerary for Alabama? Alabama literally goes from the mountains to the seas in I I would start just for simplicity's sake in the north. In Huntsville and in the Florence area where you will see incredible NASA rocket history because I was intrical part of the NASA system, the NASA development and then. Some a rock and roll shrine in the muscle shoals hall of fame, and then down to Birmingham where you do find that civil rights history where a lot of those disturbing images happen half a century ago. Frankly and now it's one of the most vibrant food scenes in the country and a place. That really has a buzz to it. There's a lot of new parks architecture. There's a lot of people they may be. Decades ago would have left to go off to find their fortune in New York or Los Angeles. And now they're staying there and creating some wonderful things and then I. go down to Montgomery with the state capital. Eight incredible new memorial is just open. I don't know if you've seen that. The equal justice just there. The Lynching Memorial, which I was told by an architecture critic, maybe the most important memorial in this country in the decade. Right up there with the Vietnam war memorial to the victims of lynching very sobering in your face, challenging kind of place, then go out to places I don't think are as much on the radar for people as far as Alabama mobile is a surprise mobile I call the little easy, because it's a lot like New Orleans, but it's tiny. It's much easier to navigate in. It's a lot of fun and then down to this beautiful beautiful Gulf. Shore beaches, the white sands, sugar sand beaches that I literally I been in Borussia of all places in the Indian Ocean on the beaches, and I came to the Gulf coast the next month. For some reason, it just worked out in the Gulf coast. Beaches were better than what I had seen in the Indian. Ocean Sept-. Beautiful I will back you up on that end in both a surprise part and the beautiful part. That will give you a good week from north the sound that
Booms Sustainable Supersonic
"Supersonics and sustainability are two words. You rarely hear uttered together, but that's about to change. Boom supersonic is developing the first civil supersonic airliner of the twenty first century, and unlike the concord, it will be able to operate sustainably. Boom is building a one third scale demonstrator as a precursor to the overture, a seventy five seat mach two point two airliner it hopes will begin service later this decade. Senior Editor Guy North provides exclusive details about the boom project and a cover story that will appear in the June twenty nine edition of Aviation, week and space technology. He joins us here from Los Angeles so guy. What's the story? Joe, yeah well. It was It's been fascinating of course this whole idea of the renaissance, supersonic travel and You know we talked to area of course a couple of months ago and did a pretty good story about that evolving design We've seen that NASTAS X fifty nine low boom demonstrator is being assembled by Lockheed Martin right now in the skunkworks, so there's a lot of activity, but it goes. Boom boom, supersonic based in Colorado has been working for several years now on a design, which as you mentioned called the overture, and it's getting to the point now where the XP one demonstrator is kind of ready getting ready for prime time so that looking at rolling out this summer and putting into flight test next year. I should say by the way it's taken a lot longer than they or anybody else thought, but you know they're working their way through it and getting their. So how does the XP one demonstrator help with the development of the overture? Roy well good question in fact strangely enough. That's question number one that I put to Blake Shoal. WHO's the CEO of of boom and so I guess why not just let him tell us exactly what he told me. Right so the way XP one is it? Is it approving in flight? The key technologies we need sustainable, safe, economical, supersonic flight, and it had that you principally Amex materials and befall Trent, so using the statement of carbon fibre system that we would use them on overture, using the same design techniques where your ally in simulation of getting all the calibration day. in-flight Shit exactly how your models performed the real world, and then a similar approaches to high efficiency who supersonic intakes they can big difference, overall performance and it's. It's really important. You do this in hardware. Just in the wind tunnel installation because when you do when you do concept studies. Near you're not forced to solve all the problems. You can leave little bits of things. It unfinished assumed we get get the rest of the way there, but sometimes the last ten percent of work is ninety percent of the innovation really happens. Now of course, the the thing about the demonstrator is that it's also beginning to kickstart the supply chain as well a loads by and large a supply chain. That's probably going to be quite different when the when the production version comes out but I think one of the things that really is interesting is the fact that that's The supply chain is very interested in supersonics and getting more so particularly as they finding pressure from the classic at bussing, Boeing supply chains way, you know Boeing an episode of having their issues, so supply China's looking for other outlets and other avenues. And of course, one of the key parts that supply China's the engine. Nobody's going to go anyway without without a good engine boom on at the point yet of being up to say particularly where they all with that and where the selections but. In, this question, I asked I asked bike. You know what the situation was, so this is what he had to say about. This supply China on propulsion. And when we started bill six years ago, frankly people thought we were crazy and It was the this was a thing. That was some bad idea. An audible and that's that's that's really changed, and you see across the industry of writing efforts. Supersonics were credible. And when that? When that starts to get internalized the supply chain people. Stop thinking like well. Is this worth doing. Back out instead they start thinking what if this happens part of it? At that changes that really changes a lot of the conversations and if you are. A big piece of your business comes from widebody aircraft and the most profitable passengers during the wide bodies into supersonic. That, it's actually a bad thing if you don't have a supersonic
Why this Ex-Goldman Sachs Trader Started a Bitcoin Exchange w/ BTSE's Brian Wong
"Tell us a little bit about about how you got involved in Crypto in wide. You Start Building this exchange. Show so I came from a legacy market background I started off my career washroom. Actually was set Goldman in Essex Increasing Division. And I you know we were doing. Quantitative Trading Block imaging Trach shredders and then liaison got involved in a hedge fund in in China where I launch a monkey missing. To Trade. On shoal financial products like index futures, commodity futures trading like gold silver. Reba all sorts of things and then. I I heard about bitcoin around twenty thirteen. That was one at first bull market. kind of went might lessen under dollars a shot up to over a thousand dollars, and then in two thousand thirteen. Everyone's talking about bitcoin. Shanghai Shanghai outside. People were saying Oh, you know. MOMS and POPs are all getting into bitcoin and that got me interested in this. New Market. I guess I was coming from A. Point of view of flight. Oh, how can treat this? It seems like that is a lot of ginny stage to trade bitcoin, perhaps arbitrage yet so I started looking into it, and then back in the days, the opportunities were pretty crazy for trading. Like you could. Basically. In between the few exchanges static existed back in the days by hand. You don't even need a computer you don't need to connect by. You can literally just by becoming one exchange transferred over the blockchain to another exchange and then south, and they make a pretty hefty profit sometimes I might be this location couple. That's how I I learned about Bitcoin and then absence. Fascinated by the space by technology by the people involved in his face I would say it's I. Say in the Legacy Marcus I continue to. BOOT, trading systems. Trade and Ben in about twenty, seventeen, twenty, eight, my co-founders and I we were witnessing one of the greatest bull markets in history but at the time a lot of the other changes stay. Plate with issues like system move lows. Scale ability issues technology issues, so we decided that we wanna take a lot of the know how that we have how bill perpetrating system Avocados, scalable trading systems stable platforms. Michael Founder boat. Train system that will trade billions of dollars a day experience in technology side of thanks, so I'll go was really set about building an exchange that cope with the scale ability up the com- oppositionist site. We think bitcoins continued scalp. More people are GONNA put money into big time. More hedge funds more traditional pension funds. Pension funds to teachers, Pension Fund might allocate a portion of that you into become so the the space will continue to grow up. We need technology change that can cope with that skin. So that's how we set off to build bitsy change. We build the proper foundation, layer. Ossetia's highly scalable again. Cobra uses is very low latency and high performance. That's really awesome. I mean you. You come from a tremendous background, and this is you're right. That's exactly what we need. Even today we're seeing you know. Spikes in volume and coin basis crashing bit mexes crashing all these platforms that have a lot of the traffic. They can't handle it and you're right. We do need something can
Vapotherm CEO Joe Army: Wisdom from the Northern Kingdom to the Board Room and Beyond
"Now at some point you you you found your way outside of Vermont and went to Uri. You paid your way through. Uri Newer a history. Major and I I was also a history major. Remember coming out of school wondering what I was going to do with a history degree. Talk a little bit about that. What why did you choose history? You know You ended up in kind of a science focused background but our some of those choices played into your development. I think before we get to that. We have to make it. Sound like is really nice. Well planned out. You know you and I both know. That's not true Very well I. I wasn't really a very good at school in anything that I ever did in school. I graduated pretty close to the bottom of my high school. And you know didn't really like school wasn't good at it and I ended up going back into the woods until you know it was clear to me halfway through that summer that you know if I could find a way to get into college I should do it up going with small state school in Vermont and ended up. You know be invited not to return to that school. After two years for variety of reasons and then spent the next year banging nails in Newport Rhode Island and paying off all of my student bills that point time and really beginning to think. About what kind of life do I want to have and you know working in the woods in northern Vermont is hard work but I will tell you Hump and bricks and sheet rock in Rhode Island in the wintertime? That's no box of chocolates either. So ended up really thinking it through. There was a guy. I've been very lucky in my life is. I've had a number of people show up at the exact right time to become a mentor to me and this guy showed up Dick Shoals and this other Guy Fred Dowager and they started begging me over the head about you know you could do a lot more than this. Is this really what you WanNa do with your life and Dick is the one who helped me figure out why history major and he said look you know you wanna be able to come out of college knowing how to read write and Sake so go figure out how you can do that and I was like to read and I always loved history and I understood. That would help me punch those three things so I know I wasn't worried I didn't think about a trade school like well. I'VE GOTTA go learn to be you know XYZ. I just wanted to come out of there knowing how to read. Write and thank and I've told is pretty important foundation and helped me a lot my career in from there. I went and sold stocks. Were living on Wall Street for you. Know three or four years and did okay at that and then ended up getting accepted to business school. I went to wharton. And that's when I decided to go. Specialize you get an MBA in finance marketing. That's more like trade school so there was not a linear path. You know was getting bounced out of schools. It was figuring out how to actually do well in school and education really is the key. It is the way out for people who are looking at along way up from where they sit today. Yeah no that's a so true and I couldn't agree more now coming out of Warton. Where did your career take you at that point? You know. You're not gonNA believe this but I actually worked in federal government between my first and second year at Wharton I won a fellowship and at that time in this was in the late eighties early nineties. We had another gigantic financial mess on our hands and it was the savings and loan meltdown. And I'm sitting there thinking about what I wanna do. My summer between first and second year and I'm reading in the newspaper about this and about the formation of this resolution trust corporation and so I applied for the fellowship but then you had to actually go get the job and so I called. Call that Guy Who was named in that newspaper article every day for like six weeks and finally I got him on the phone and after he was screaming at me about. I got better things to do than look at this big stack of pick messages from you They vitamin down in DC. And next thing I know I got a job offer and I was working with distressed assets and I was really intrigued by the whole thing. I worked really cool projects I made no money and I was taking the train from Philly to DC every day for you know that was like the slow bus that had like a three and a half hour commute in total and then. I ended up getting a CONDO. They gave me a Condo in in Georgetown. Meantime my wife was living in West philly which you can imagine. That was a box of chocolates. So I really fell in love with this whole notion of distressed assets and thinking about you know when you're in a distressed assets situation whoever could keep their act together and really think about what is the what is the inherent value of those assets. And how could you best deploy them pretty good chance of getting something pretty cheap and then turn it into something pretty special? So that's where I ended up. After Business School I ended up at coopers lybrand they had a big consulting business and part of it was they had a restructuring in kind of a turnaround business and after coming out of school. That's right where I went. I did that for the next six years. And you ended up obviously in running venture backed companies and companies that You know probably at a different point in their evolution then the companies that you were working more on the distress side. But what are some of the lessons that you picked up Working with those distress assets. And are there things that you learn their the end up applying or become kind of part of your thought process as you as you work with companies that are maybe on the upswing of their path absolutely jeff again? This is where I kept getting lucky in guys kept showing up in my life and giving me advice in point meet her. I direction nine. Another mentor net practice. A guy named Bob. Hope Bob was about as tough as nails and he was a really old school so I was. I had to go and kind of knock the door down a little bit to get him to teach me how to do it. He did really taught me from the get-go that I didn't care what kind of business it was. Cash was the whole thing. Like if you don't have the cash I don't care about whatever company and you better figure out how to make that business self sustaining no matter what and then the second thing he kept hammered into me was. Is there really business?
Kishore Mahbubani says COVID-19 won't stop China's rise
"These days for China there's been an economic slowdown a trade and technology war with America. One of the few issues of bipartisanship in today's Washington then there have been protests in Hong Kong global criticism of Beijing's treatment of the Muslim minorities not to mention Western anxiety about the role of Y in those five G. networks and don't forget the allegations of Chinese interference in sovereign states across the region. Add to this. The outbreak of corona virus or covered nineteen and silently some pundits and they mainly in the West. They're asking whether we're witnessing communist China's Chernobyl moment what do you think well one distinguished intellectual who profoundly disagrees with all this skepticism. He's my guest today. Kishore Mahbubani is distinguished fellow. The Asia Research Institute at the National University of Singapore a former ambassador to the UN twice and a former foreign secretary of Singapore case. Your has risen several influential books on Asia and the rise of China the lightest one is called has China won the Chinese challenge to American Promessi as published by public phase in New York Keisha. Welcome back between the lines. My pleasure there'd be back now you've heard all these. These dial warnings about China and as I say they mainly come from listeners. What do you disagree well? I think it's absolutely certain that the return of China to his place as the number one economy in the world cannot be stopped because from the year one to the eighteen twenty or eighteen hundred of the last two thousand years the two largest economies of the world were always those of China and India so the past two hundred years of Western domination award. History have been an aberration. All aberrations come to a natural end and China's return cannot be stopped. And that's absolutely set. You say in your book that if Xi Jingping does not put in place San Succession mechanisms. America could win this geopolitical contest and bear in mind just a couple years ago. She overturned legislation on. Term Limits for presidents essentially might himself later for life. Some of these critics say that. How does that promote good governance for China and a sound succession mechanism? That will allow China to Rosza Unabated well I would say that the history of China has taught them when they have strong central government. The people benefit a lot. When this week government they suffer a lot and you look at a hundred years of humiliation. That China's suffered from the first opium war of Eighteen. Forty two right until the establishment of the People's Republic of China in nineteen forty nine. The main reason why they went through one hundred years of humiliation was because they had weak central government so what Xi Jinping has given to China is once again very strong central government this is an asset for China. I think he's going to be around as Vita for a long time. And as long as he's around. I think China will do very well. Okay will you say that this geopolitical contest that's broken out between America and China? That will continue marathon. Rice does that mean that Beijing and Washington a doomed to confrontation. Well the the reason why. I'm producing my book now. Has China one his precisely because I want to avoid a confrontation in my. I think it's absolutely unnecessary for the United States and China to get entangled in this confrontation because at the end of the day the primary goal of the United States government is to improve the wellbeing of the American people than the best way to improve the well being of the American people especially in this call. The crisis is to work with China and not work against China but of course unfortunately the United States has other goal and is the primary goal of the United States is to maintain primacy in the global order. Then that will lead to confront To leading American proponents of containing China. John Shaw. The University of Chicago Have Stephen. Walt whom you quoted approvingly in your book about the perils of American Hubris and exceptionalism but on China I disagree. They say I've been guests on this program and I've made this point Measham and casual. They say that a rising China does indeed threaten the regional status quo and Washington moreover will and should go to great lengths to ensure that China does not dominate the Asia. Pacific your response. Well I think the question is whether or not they can both live with each other In the region if if the United States by the way you know all the countries in this region many of them one the United States will remain strong player in this region. I think it'd be good for the region to have United States. Remain as strong Leah. By United States can remain a strong player without on fronting China. He can remain a strong player by working with China In in in many critical areas. And frankly if you ask the countries in the region What they would like to see they would like to see a strong China and they would like to see a strong United States. But they don't want to be forced to choose within China and the United States and we'll get to this question about choosing later on in the show but I want to stick with America. There is a consensus in the region. That America should stay but Foreign Affairs magazine. This is the Distinguished New York Journal to Achieve. Contributed this month. It faces a range of top. Foreign Policy Thinkers. They're all weighing on whether or not the. Us is in the process of global retrenchment The cover of Australia's leading Foreign Affairs Journal. This month is is called can trust America So Am I right in saying you? Don't think American showing any signs of withdrawing from Asia. Now I see no signs at all America retreating from the region and And I think that very strong as you know policy in America is to some extent made by the president but is also made by the deep state and the deep state has a very strong consensus that they got to remain very strongly Industry region. So I don't see an American of withdraw anytime in the near future but I do I do argue that the United States has got to behave differently. With China net once had One tenth the size of China's of America's GNP retailers but today China's be GNP BB. Dems is bigger than the United States. So you behave differently. Was this animal. What about that? Animals DASA more assertive. Now in your book and you listening to Katia Mahbubani. We're chatting about his new book. Has China one in your new book as show you dedicate a chapter to the question is China expansionist and you say basically China wants to respect global rules and norms but let's face it. It has ignored the ruling from the UN's Permanent Court of Arbitration. That was at The Hague in two thousand sixteen. The high concluded for those of you listening who've forgotten about this this is four years ago. Chana's conduct around the Scarborough Shoal and the Spratly islands it was illegal and let's remember Beijing has continued to build up a military prisons on artificial Alan's at drive out local fishermen and in the last few months case. Short Sean has been bullying Indonesia over the Natuna islands. How is all this respecting global order? Well you know one point. I emphasize said there were people talk of benevolent. Great Powers Turn Benevolent Grid. Power is an oxymoron. So as you know the United States today has not ratified the law. The Sea Convention. So in in some areas as China emerged behaving exactly the United States. The United States would never accept going to a tribunal to judge whether or not the United States valid or invalid claiming any area in that respect. China is behaving like the United States by just as the United States. Most of the time respects most international rules and conventions China. Also most of the time respects most of international rules in confections in many ways. China's behavior and America's behaviour is very similar in the international arena. Your critics would say that. China's maritime climbs a contested by the Philippines Malaysia Brunei Indonesia Vietnam Beijing has antagonized nations log New Zealand Australia with cyber attacks and and political interference. Nightside casual these. Not Diplomatic Wins for president. She hasn't he made some big mistakes. Well I it's it's it's interesting. It's always the rest. That is screaming very loud on this South China Sea When was the last time you heard a very strong statement from militia All of all of Philippines On the South China Sea. Why you're seeing behind. What is happening behind the scenes is a lot of diplomacy that is not reported in the Western media. Now I cannot comment on the side of the tax on Shelia and New Zealand but I I believe it was Edward Snowden revealed to us that if you live in today's world you can assume that anything you put up. There is being monitored completely by the National Security Agency of the United States. So I think what the world needs is new conventions in the cyber area and the world should work together do agree on some set of rules for what you can or cannot do in terms of cyber hacking spoke with the New Zealand professor. Anne Marie Bridie last week on this program and she told us about three investigations into Chinese interference in politics that a currently underway in New Zealand. But we WANNA go there now and finished your point. I was quite struck by a law in in your book. He sure well. You talked about the Chinese reluctance to conquer Australia quote. Future historians will marvel at the fact that even though Australia is geographically close to China. It was physically. It was physically occupied in conquered by far more distant British forces absolutely true. I mean if China was an expansionist power wrenching. Her travel all the way to Africa. He could have easily gone to Australia. Additional Australia. Remarkable accident of history. That Australia was colonized by British forces than not Chinese. I mean future. Historians will marvel. The anomaly visits Tom Switzer. On our in 'em I guess is Keisha Mahbubani the former foreign secretary of Singapore and President of the UN Security Council. He's now a distinguished fellow at the National University of Singapore. We're talking about his new book. Has China one now for some of Iran's listeners in Venice Matas whether your overstating China's rise and I WANNA put to you this very rule weakness in limitation surely because many analysts They argue that there's a ticking bomb in China it's low birthright and the aging population and this is the argument that will reduce the workforce and could potentially break social security system. How would you respond to those critics? Oh that's absolutely no question. That China faces a lot of serious Internal Challenges. Because you know it is to instill a developing country It's CABBIE DYING IF I get it right. It's still about ten thousand dollars. One-sixth debt of the United States has a long way to go before it becomes fully developed country. And that's precisely why China wants to focus on its internal development and not get dragged into an all-out geopolitical contests with the United States. So you notice that China wherever possible is trying to avoid getting entangled with the United States even though the United States clearly is challenging the United States challenging the United States charging China In many
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