6 Burst results for "Society Of Wrestling"

"society wrestling" Discussed on Thrillist's Best

Thrillist's Best

08:00 min | 5 months ago

"society wrestling" Discussed on Thrillist's Best

"Police iron. Cruising in my apartment right now, but you know why is always been so important to the company and for people who don't know? Has it been something that has always been important since the company was founded in the late seventy S. When Ben and Jerry should've started the company and a few years later certain. Institutionalized this approach to doing business in our tree, hard mission statement. It was pretty radical in at that time, so he's always been a part of who we are. We've done it sometimes. Better than other times over the Ark of the forty two year history of the company. But the other thing I want to say. You don't have to have a forty two year history to be able to do this now. This is an important moment, and and if all we do collectively as a society as corporations, the business community is what we've all been doing for the last forty two years. Things will never change right, and so what? What is unique? What is unique? But what is notable about what we're seeing? In the US. Frankly around the world over the past couple of weeks. Is. Something that is. Struck a chord in a much wider. Segment of the population. But. It's not it it. You know certainly there there were. A folks in Ferguson, other than black lives matter activists several years ago, but but what we're seeing now is. You know. White people stepping up in a way that they haven't in the past At at these rallies at these protests, you're seeing them not just in La or Minneapolis earn Newark. You're seeing them in Burlington. Vermont in Canton New York. You're seeing an unusual rural communities in so I think that's an incredibly. Important. Shine, I think and and I think. You know it. Ultimately, a statement is just a statement it it. Let's not overstate the importance of the state, and that ultimately what will drive change are the people on the front lines of people that are in the streets, and and you know. What we're seeing here I think. Gives me. Hope that there's an opportunity here. Right and you know to that point in my mind. Personally I do like seeing companies that I love Ben and Jerry's being a prime example of that sharing my own values, sharing my worldview and supporting causes that I believe in that I. Think are personally rate I, but I do see in. This is excluding you because you guys have such a tradition of doing this. But what would you say to the people that might be like you know why ice cream company talking about this? Why are they joining the conversation? Why is it important that they make their voice heard when. They're here. This is what some people think obviously just to give us a product you know. What would you say to those people? I would say why not an ice cream company. I mean you know all right between companies? Just a collective people who you know like you know. Most people we care about things in the world, and we're multifaceted and different interest passionate about ice cream. We you know are passionate about issues around economic and social justice, so I think you know we look for better or for worse. Corporations are the most powerful entity within society. Right there. There is a A. A? Massive lack of leadership on these issues that's coming from the current administration in Congress. Who seems fairly incapable of dealing with even just the? Kind of ongoing day to day issues in our society wrestles with and corporations have massive influence over the public policy process and our elected political leaders because of the massive unregulated amount of money. That filters uncle medical system. Most corporations use that influence that they have. You know more often than not in service of their ereck. short-term financial interest right so companies care about things like labor law, and how tax policy and trade policy right, and they they they typically don't weigh in on issues that art in their own direction, narrow self interest, but what what we know. At Ben and Jerry's and I think there are a number of other companies that are that are. Are Good at this and we're. Becoming more common. Lush cosmetics Patagonia You know our sister company based in Burlington Vermont. That was acquired by Unilever a couple years ago seven generation. I mean what is what's selling baby diapers and so have to do with. Issues around climate justice, but they've been been. You know really leaning in on that issue over the last couple of years at seven generation, so I think why not an ice cream company and I think there is a. You know. You Know Ben said many years ago that the strongest bond can create with your customers around shared set of values like he understood that that's speaking out about the things that he believes in and and taking action on issues that are renewed. Values. Not only was it not bad for business, but it actually created a an affinity. And a level of loyalty. For people who support and share values. That's. You know that's very powerful, and so you know we've grown business near over near for forty two years like. It may seem counterintuitive for conventional traditional marketer. To WanNA. Step into something that feels controversial, but we're really okay with the idea that not everyone is going to lunch. And we'RE GONNA. Continue to grow the right like that's we're. We're comfortable WHA-. Yeah and it's interesting where it's like you said it could feel controversial. What you guys are saying. It's just like white. Supremacy is bad, which is not really A. Shouldn't be a controversial statement and it shouldn't be into that point into what you've been talking about. Ben and Jerry's might be a an exception here because you know. I think it's pretty clear where you guys fall on the political spectrum, but when a company makes a statement like this what are the risks involved? And what are the benefits? Are you just going in realizing that you know? Unfortunately, there are a lot of people that probably. Don't want to buy your ice cream. Because you believe in these things, do weigh those risks Do you weigh the benefits, or is it just you know? Collateral damage that you don't mind losing people as customers if they don't believe in the same things that you as a company believe in. No I'll tell you the thing I worry about. I don't worry about people disagreeing with us because. We are standing up. Announcing structural racism and supremacy. What I worry about is. I guess getting too far out over our skis. Want those who are on the front lines.

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"society wrestling" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

RAGE Works Network-All Shows

08:20 min | 6 months ago

"society wrestling" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

"To chew bubble gum and kick ass all Quick side story undertaker Wwe's officially selling a dirt from the bone yard match That is it's not it's on newsradio discuss. I need to throw that in Europe it's while. Wwe Or really fucking desperate You're selling fucking dirt But anyway onto more important news Gronk Rob Gronkowski has officially returned to the NFL on the Tampa. Bay buccaneers He joined his his his good friend. Tom Brady Back in the NFL. Still Twenty four hour champion and. Wwe Is actually promoting that on their show but seems like he. His career wwe came up real short Supposed to have a program in summer slammed didn't happen did he. Make the right move Did He make the right? Move where we make the right move No because bob money but in apparent so they got another story that happens speaking of money they just released General Britzko Jerry. Briscoe another member of the WWE staff who has been released. No retirement he's eighty but you know Le to Rob Gronkowski. It's just a I don't know if it's cold doing dirty the wwe because he just signed the contract and they had a program for Summer Slam. Now it can happen. I feel like maybe he did the company not right but I mean what can you do? He was retired and they still new England still had his contract. Can you fucking traded him so by by Sir and hope you're enjoying that? Wwe money and by the way you can't they won't be allowed to do anything to him because he's under contract with the NFL so they're gonNA have to find a way to fucking get that off of him. It probably GONNA be It's going to be something I don't know what it is but I I I. I don't think it's going to be anything crazy. Some stupid thing or Mojo gets back off from truth or something like that. That's what I mean. Nobody loves to throw money away. Ronda Rousey by Brock lozenges law to throw money away Oria Gret screwed up next. We have There was an anonymous employees in. Wwe Who came out and said that the employees are being forced to work. No questions asked other being forced to work in. He's not they're not happy. The morale in the back is that they're being forced to show. Excuse me I'm forced to show up Do you think these rumors are true? Do you think that the guys are really being forced to work? You think they're actually joining being the center for the time being. I laugh because whenever the story is. I gotta be from Chick. Yeah no fucking rat. Sounds like sounds like a chick who wrote it because anonymously John was the one who did it. name's John. John was the one who did it. So yeah I don't think I don't think it came from an employee. Actually somebody outside. Who knows are GONNA be fucking it? Probably W I'm stupid. Rumor Bullshits A. He said she said we don't even know the person's name but I do feel I do genuinely feel A. Wwe giving them an option. We're not seeing a lot of these guys for a reason. I duNNo via if they're stuck at home or they don't want to go I feel like. Wwe really isn't making that push to force these guys to come to work. I don't know if you've noticed that we're seeing a lot of young talent on-road smackdown hence you're trying to take this opportunity to to rise up the ranks. Have you not seen Apollo crews in the past two weeks he just one he just got the money in the bank match any fighting for the US titled Tonight. Yeah so it's called young saying Oh Shit. This is my chance. He look these. These vets are home. Let me take this spot real quick. They're gonNA opportunities that we didn't get before with this with the talent now even so apollo crews in andrade tree. It was the perfect example of that. Yeah definitely so Yeah like I say I don't see it being somebody within. Wwe I think somewhere outside of spoken around. Wwe profits in the first quarter. Seems like the first quarter News has been announced and Vincent man was in a press conference Cole. I'm going over the prophets end seen. Wwe has a big drop in viewership under two million actually in it seems like Vinci's blaming the young talent saying it takes a while to get these young guys over. We don't have brought lesson or anymore. So what do you expect What do you? What's to blame here for these viewership drops? Because everyone's home. What's the excuse here? bad fucking viewing like bad fucking shows bad. I think they're doing the best they could. But I'm talking about bad call on running these shows when all that. You shouldn't have done it. You should just put a break. But Yeah you could even if you're GONNA do tape a few shows and but you know do some promotion for the network. Because you're losing money on the network. The network is losing money subscribers. They're definitely a less less a decrease in in subscriptions here But the one thing I can tell you there's a service out there that mean red do and other people do that you could. You could watch the show without the network. I'm not going to tell you what it is. You can figure it out on your own. Yup by the way quick. Shot up to one thing You know what I'll talk about. What was interesting this week to week? Shout to shout out but There's a let's just say there's There's definitely a different kind of way to wash that stuff. If you don't WanNa pay tonight ninety nine so even so just throw a royal rumble. Law Or wrestlemainia. Dan Let people looking and it'll probably bring bring people back to wrestling. It is not always have to. Because they're not penalize them the networks are not gonNA penalize them if they're not running live shows so you might as well just throw up some old shit through a you know we could say that about wwe but we have to throw aws mixed now too because they're doing live again in two weeks as much as we could shit on wwe for making that decision and it looks like e. W I don't know it's perfect. Timing or it's they're trying to keep a buck as well. It seems like You know they're both doing the rat. Throw all double or nothing or all. They're doing double or nothing with no audience. They're going to they can't do like. W. W. B. has years of archive stuff that they could throw up the W W from new at all so You know a goose is sorting May I? It seemed like NBA training camps are going to be starting to open up again. It looks like slowly but surely we're getting back to normal life. It's going to take a few more weeks. I think even a month but it's a good sign in the sports direction that these sports These training facilities start opening up Maybe we could start seeing. All I know is that we're getting there. We're getting nearly suggested I. It's it's it's a marathon not a race all right auction. Haven't I meant to say it's it's a marathon not a sprint? Listen I don't know left the left and right is sort of like I like the best You can have someone better than me because it enabled fuck it up like I do. also We have some insane. News coming out. OUR FRIEND. Isaac Rodriguez is actually playing to fund the return of Wrestling Society. X is expand talking to the original producer of the TV series and On twitter. Read your thoughts on bring back society wrestling society x and this is legit. I'm looking at the date. I was like fuck in April. I what is what is no no boy. The owner of wrestling society x actually hit back. Isaac said Yo- If you have the you've got the ring got the people were in the funds. We're GONNA make this happen. His name's Kevin Kline Rock. Oh Okay so you know I guess we decided exits back are we gonna see the Piranha Magic back to see the explosion matches? What are we doing here society? Remember that Jesus Christ. Yeah the the explosions. This is what you call it a passion project because I know I know is it is a big fan of society EXO or is this a change. The change of the rest of society. A one Bo were society. Why I WANNA see how this plays out. As extreme end true. This could be interesting.

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"society wrestling" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:38 min | 7 months ago

"society wrestling" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"He wasn't going down the road of taking shots at people's religions and their ethnic background like trash talking is a part of sports right but there's a certain there's a line with trash talk like you don't get into you don't start going down those roads I don't I just don't want I don't think Connor knows where to draw that line think where's the entertainment it like when he was promoting the thing with Floyd I thank you both for idiots yeah I I am but I mean this is just you get to a point where it's personal and it's uncomfortable not was personal and uncomfortable yeah how about a guy that is a I mean everywhere he goes he can make it fun and that's rob Gronkowski course the recent W. W. we society wrestle mania is coming up it's the biggest event of the year and W. W. we had to make a big if they had to make a big move well they're splitting into two nights it's going to be Saturday night April fourth and Sunday April fifth now it's going to be a close out in multiple locations thanks to the coronavirus I gotta assume it's going to be your performance center in Tampa and Orlando and I assume headquarters into Stamford Connecticut and rob Gronkowski is going to be he's going to be the host of of WrestleMania so I just I think it's cool that Gronk he's he's finding a niche this is going to be perfect for him but yeah I mean W. W. events with fans always been of the the mindset that the show must go on but this is this is unheard of what W. W. we it is going to do with their biggest event of the year what WrestleMania it's no fans right no for.

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"society wrestling" Discussed on The CyberWire

The CyberWire

09:37 min | 8 months ago

"society wrestling" Discussed on The CyberWire

"My guest today is Sherry. David off regular cyber wire listeners may recognize her as the protagonist a namesake of Jeremy and Smith's book breaking and entering the extraordinary story of hacker named Alien Sherry Davidov is CEO of L. M. G. Security and her latest book is data breaches crisis and opportunity. I have been in Cybersecurity for almost twenty years and when I started off I was handling incidents that MIT. I responded to an ad for people who wanted to stay up late and eat pizza and monitor the network and it has just been amazing to watch. The problem evolved the challenges evolve and the solutions as well back when he first came out in an when it was first enforced in two thousand five. I was tasked with creating the first incident response policies for the Children's Hospital in Boston and working with other local hospitals to coordinate so having watched the laws evolve and watch the response processes of evolve has been fascinating and I wanted to take the time. To tell those stories the really deep and fascinating stories about where data breaches came from and what the human dramas are behind them. The book really has a lot of breadth to it. You cover a lot of ground throughout One of the things that caught my eye is This notion that you present that data is the new oil. I found particularly interesting. Can you can you describe to us? What are you going for with that sure? I wanted to find out where data breaches come from. You know as an author you want to start from the beginning. What was the first data-breach and I managed to nail down when the term data breaches came out And I'll leave that to you to guess but even before that you know the concept of data breaches. That happened and I went back to the eighties. And I found this giant data-breach that likely that giant data breach that had happened to the eighties. I managed to get some FBI files on that so that newly released information is in the book and that was a subsidiary of Dun and Bradstreet and at the time Dun and Bradstreet was really excited about information. They said information is the new oil and at that same time the Exxon Valdez spill happened and I think that was very poignant just the fact that those were happening at the same time and these days you know. We don't as a society really know how to contain information how to control information. It's like automobile repair shops fifty years ago where they were just tossing oil and gas. Willy Nilly all over the place. The same is true with data. So we're in the early days of information management still Well in addition to all of the really fascinating history that you lay out here in the book. There's a lot of forward-looking stuff as well. You're looking ahead at some of the potential threats for for this coming year and beyond. Can we go through some of those together? What's on your radar as we look to the future? Well we're seeing three big threat. Spur of the year. Two Thousand Twenty number. One cloud breaches have been huge. And that's the last chapter of the book because I felt it was very forward facing cloud data breaches built on a lot of the supply chain risks that that we've see and capital one is a great example where there was a simple miss configuration in Amazon. And you're seeing our society wrestle with these questions about who is responsible is it. The cloud provider is at the customer. There are certainly tools that cloud providers can give you that. Make it easier or harder to secure their data depending on the interface and cloud providers certainly share in that responsibility as well as responders. We find it very challenging to respond to cloud data breaches. There's a lot of INS and outs and I've laid out a lot of those a lot of the best practices in my book about what to do if you have a cloud. Data breach in what are best practices. But there's a lot of ethical questions. Cloud providers are not always forthcoming with the data. Sometimes the data that you want to be able to determine what an attacker got and what they didn't get sometimes that's not even there in the cloud so we're really wrestling with these challenges as an industry. What other topics are you tracking? What we've seen some big changes in ransomware over the past few years ransomware has become an epidemic and traditionally ransomware has come in they. Lock up your files and they say okay. Pay Us and we'll give you the keys back while it is true that if they have access to your files they might also have stolen them a lot of times. They don't actually steal your files they don't actually take anything they're simply interested and locking up your files and holding you for ransom and they don't bother exporting information from your systems so that is sort of the silver lining with some good news for anybody. Who's a victim of ransomware? Because if you pay and if you decrypt your data. There's a good chance that they didn't actually take anything. And you can do a forensic investigation to try to rule that out what we're seeing now is multiple groups that are engaged in large-scale ransomware attacks that has shifted to a different type of extortion. So we saw this for example with the city of Pensacola with the company southwire South Wires Manufacturing Company and they were being held ransom for six million dollars so they said they weren't going to pay that presumably. They had good backups. Hopefully they were able to recover their data. It did cost some outages but the criminals once they understood they weren't going to get their money. They published their data. They started publishing it online and this has become their new business model for the Maze Group that holds people for ransom. Where if you don't pay to unlock your data? They will publish it. So that's what we call exposure extortion. There are different types of cyber extortion. If you're being held hostage an you're just trying to recover your data back at the availability is gone that situation where you may or may not want to pay the ransom. You can wrestle with that question but if you're being held hostage and someone is threatening you and saying going to release your data unless you pay to keep US quiet in my mind. Industry best practice. You should never pay that ransom because what is that to stop them from coming back to you in six months and saying hey pay us again we actually still have your data as we're going through and doing the research for the book and you were putting it together any particular things that surprised you any information that you came upon that That really stood out for you as perhaps being different than what you expected it to be absolutely every data-breach dug into had a deep story behind it and my goal is to boil that down and to learn from its to provide these practical tips for today's responders. I think every organization needs to have a data breach response plan so some of the key points that I found our number one. Every crisis is an opportunity and it's important to remember that data breach is a crisis back. When you and I first started geeking out back in the day win someone hacked into a system that was not considered a data breach. The term data breach didn't even come out until later and remember you have to guess when the term data breaches came out but when I first started at MIT and blast or was coming out slammer was coming out all these big viruses. We cleaned him off of people's computers and moved on as soon as we had those backup running and it was only over time that people started to realize. Oh that information could be stolen so we used to have. The national government came out with a response framework. Nist incident response life cycle and that was really helpful back. Then but it's clear that today data breaches touch every aspect of your organization. Every single part of an organization can be touched. When equifax happens when capital one happens whenever any of these major breaches happens in even small businesses. Can't go out of business because of a data breach so we need to start treating them in different ways and that was my big fundamental finding that data breaches need to be moved out of the it department and treated as a crisis and you have to include them. In your crisis management planning systems every crisis has an opportunity to learn to grow and to change that's Sherry David off from G. Security. Her book is data breaches crisis and opportunity and now a word from our sponsor black cloak. Oh come on. It's not like anybody actually needs this anymore. I mean executives and their personal lives doing great. They all have advanced malware detection on all their devices. They're using dual factor authentication everywhere their home. Networks are rock solid secure and they never ever use a weak password as for their families. Little Luke Laya and their significant other their pillars in the cyber security community. Right right. You're right. I was dreaming there from minute. 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"society wrestling" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

11:37 min | 11 months ago

"society wrestling" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

"To talk about something other than the election. Because we miss our regular so much when they aren't here we've just read something from retailers. LLC Brexit braintrust Columbine Simon glendenning about brexit could change. Britain's attitudes to the legacy of the empire don't took called Brexit the real end of the British Empire. What does this country become makes the dinning in that kind of we'd found a new role in in Europe that have helped to cope with with the end of the empire? What sort of left without you or the I'm presuming? Even Francois isn't going to literally literally bring back. The British Empire comedies his name wrong fragments. While I'm going to be frank. Most what single handling and bring about the British Empire so China and let's give it a good try but yes so I mean. What did you make the peace would suggest what would come next? I think that will be left. Isolated and humiliates. It's all assume that we're already pretty humiliated. Internationally Ashley Anyway with most modern countries looking at us without sleep despair in this actor self harm and I think Ingrid's product quite a bit on the previous shows about this sort of lack of lack of moment of reckoning for the sins of empire the has given us this absolute exceptionalism probably recover with being an island that means we just haven't atone for us in the way most European and other European Union countries that were former. They told me that because I don't know if he's like in the Belgian education system because nobody was nobody behaved appallingly than Belgium in the Congo. Now is that something that Belgian Society wrestles with is particularly British thing to kind of not think about the appalling. Things you did in the St Louis have maps painted in two different colors where pink countries were you had the emperor. Yeah we did have a particularly egregious approach approach to it and certainly I mean in my own. Education was just littered with ridiculous views of I. I remember teachers saying Oh you know we. We gave them sewers and we gave them varied and stuff in labor wants to teach less sanitized sanitized version of schools which has been relieved or ear using my book cover without permission rich. Bergen elsewhere mentioned that pupils should should learn more about Jewishness. And then see Semitism because immediate is true that some people literally do not know once an anti Semitic Tropez and sometimes they use one without meaning to be obviously offensive. Do you think as long as you know sort of push back as if light. We're going to be drilling into people's heads one single orthodoxy. But as long as it's still you know this still debate and it doesn't just kind of flip around and say that you know the upside down I mean. Do you think that we should be thinking more about how education about what we're telling people about history and the way politics works to clean of try and create a you know create a sense sinister later but try and raise just better informed generation so there's always values in education especially when you talk about history education right but when I was told about the charters I wasn't talking about it like are these guys really fucked up and that stuff. The message was these guys. Were basically right. You know this was a very positive movement. Told about the suffragette so American Civil Rights movement. It's not as if what a tragedy these things were clearly values imbued in that. I mean it would be nice if we had a more complex view of British history as well as what is being being more critical of the things that we fucked up. It would be nice if we could look at the bits that we do that. We would did something very impressive. Like the English avert war which I've actually concept bang on about but seems seems like a moment of this extraordinary creation of basically sort of the the sort of really embryonic forms of sort of British liberal democracy. There in you know hundreds of one hundred you did before the French Revolution or the American nation. And we don't talk about that part either and so there's this really quite simplistic disconnected. Jangled up stories. They tend not to teach history as linear line. Tends to be be here. People don't have a sense of how it all connects up and to shut with some values some humility but also some pride in the bits. That one could legitimately be proud about seems to be a very good idea. But instead we're just Torian overhead World War Two fucking but it's amazing how everybody ebbing brings everyone teaches the Holocaust and yet there is still this enormous ignorance about anti Semitism. You know most people do come out thinking. The only version of antisemitism is is literally concentration camps or stick and you know and I actually thought that was not the biggest fan of Richard Bergen. But I thought that was a that was a worthwhile swat idea. He writes it. I'm Alex this dinning also argues that we still don't know really leave one because remain was fragmented because people did genuinely understand the use actual role in Britain advisor and just wanted out of it do you do you. Do you agree because he was saying in three years later. It's like we don't really know no I. I think I think voters are more instinct into than that. I don't I don't think you could ever say okay. Let's run an education program on this issue for the next ten years and then go to the super educated. You know there's this still is sort of trend there they remind me of the way starlings move in a group you know were suddenly. They changed changed direction and they they form in a different way but the reason it happened I just instinctively instinctively. I think the underdog in any direct PR vote on an issue. I think the underdog stands stands of very good chance because I think people like to support the the the sort of the version. That's less likely to win. I think it makes them feel more rebellious. And we're in a country where there is no rebellion right now. Your vote doesn't matter so you give people in pertain to where the vote doesn't matter and you tell l. them very firmly. Now don't vote for X.. And you can almost guarantee you. It's going to happen. It's like don't press. This isn't isn't it. Yeah it is yeah it is. They'll they'll be happy because then Britain will be turned into an underdog for the foreseeable future. Now it's time for most most exciting countdown based political point making segment in the world of British broadcasting. Gone in sixty seconds Africa exciting. Yes every week in one of our panelists is giving legal argument in a single minute to find those fish. Put them in a barrel and shoot them all and it's your turn this week. Your argument it is voting. Tory means we can get breaks it down and move on. I've heard somebody say this blonde guy sixty seconds now it's Bouche and so you're going to do in trade deal so you're going to work out. What are these iwon? You're going to negotiate it ratified and it needs to be implemented now. I don't see the any real evidence of them being able to do the first one in the current timing that is available which has happened to make a decision on extending transition in July with a deadline for the extension in December. If they did manage to do that there is a tiny chance they might be able to negotiate. They certainly cannot ratify which needs to go out towards the member states' parliaments and doing some regional regional parliaments the certainly the thing they're gonna be able to prevent it. What I think will happen instead is this is that he will put himself on the line to desperately try to seal an end the negotiation asssociation by the end of December? He would extend and he will describe. The extension adds an implementation period. which is phrase that Theresa? May You may remember was very very fond of and then you'll grown home for two years or even in that scenario where he would have fucked our leverage out of sight and accepted anything you give him. We would still be leading for another three years on this year at the minimum done now. It's time for part two of our Oscar maniacs election special starting with a two we gammon stake of a question. Jonathan little asks while much. Attention is focused on Boris. First Johnson's insistence that he will not extend the brexit transition period when expires at the end of twenty twenty is the nominal tentative scenario to a no deal at that stage might and you agreement with the U.. Be Possible Dare I say perhaps under the GATT twenty four the distinguishes an interim framework replicating all the conditions of transition. But which allows Johnson's claim that actually extended it. Yeah but that's she she just basically you got twenty four and even that is difficult because the moment that you are actually negotiating the trade deal you are suddenly going to be lobbied hard hard from the right wing Conservative Party which is basically now the whole fucking Conservative Party and then from business and and business do not have the same views in order stuff and different areas that want different things especially about sort of services penetration for sure on customs facilitation goods tariffs maybe be mutual recognition. It'll be complex and industries themselves. You've got a lot of pent-up lobbying punch somebody gonNA WANNA unleash that shit hard because they know this will define you for generation so just making up your mind. As to which way you're GONNA go on this will be hot little negotiating it let alone thinking. What is this stuff? We have to give in response to that that is inevitably going to fuck some other sector that you have in order those dominoes day after day after day. That'd be really difficult. However it is at least conceivable that you could could do that? By December twenty twenty in which. I think he would do that. Thing of rebranding is implementation. What is not conceivable absolutely is the idea that you could also get ratified and implemented by the Dan? That's simply will not happen. I'm very prepared. Say That I think you've got probably a one chance in ten of being able to complete negotiations by the end of twenty twenty if you keep it very very very very bare bones in that case he will he will go. I think the kind of system that he suggests ain't gonNA happen. It's unlikely but at least parts possible and it doesn't matter actually actually because the Cameron Coalition taught us anything is that if effectively you can do whatever you want for four years as long as you it kind of make up for it and put out the right message for the last year of your government before you go to an election. So I think he's internal target as opposed to what he advertisers will be to get it all done by the next election. I think that's the real talk can then stand in front of an electorate and say look. Okay I promised you may have taken a little bit longer but premacy it would get done any God done if if we end up in the next election still so in some sort of transitional period however he names it he will be very vulnerable to attack I I I want. You believe that that's true. That would be a much better. Situation refers to be and what concerns me is that he the internal dynamic in the Tory Party will force him to stick to that no extension and if he does what you've just done is basically handed founded you're negotiating partner huge leverage because they can certainly go. Here's the fucking do. I mean we basically Richard and you'll be able to survive in Matt on Patchen asks from a remain tactical voting perspective. Are there any constituencies in Scotland. That shouldn't vote. SNP Naomi yes. If if you visit get voting dot org.

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"society wrestling" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"society wrestling" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Orlando's morning news are eight, o'clock expanded newsfeed Here on news ninety six point five WDBO I. Talked about this yesterday when I was hosting. The Brian Kilmeade show and I know. There's been a lot of people talking about this as well and. I wanted to bring into the discussion ABC's Jason Nathanson from Hollywood this morning the deal with James Gunn getting fired from. Disney for the he's right in the middle of the third episode of the guardians of the galaxy franchise never anybody who doesn't know this story Jason why don't you bring us up to. Speed as to why he was fired Jim's gun was fired because of tweets from. Seven to ten years ago which were on earth by some people who is one of the conspiracies is that it's people. Who. Were unhappy with. His, political leanings he's. Been very politically left on Twitter and so he's. One of the theories is that he was. Attacked by more right leaning people who wanted to get. Him fired or get him in trouble so, they dug Up these tweets from years ago and put them forward I mean you know they're they're they're on Twitter. It's not like you have to really look hard to find them but, these were very off color someone say disgusting tweets James Gunn called them you. Know jokes that he was provocateur at the time and just try to be on. The edge of comedy but whatever they were they were enough for Disney to say look we don't want to have a relationship with you anymore despite. The fact that the guardians of the, galaxy, movies of which he was the principal guy in charge of those I'd made. Hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars yeah he he basically is the, guardian of the guardians of the galaxy man he was the guy yeah he was the guy behind I mean he is the franchise. He's the director he's the writer this, the whole thing sprang from his head he was the visionary behind it and the guy who shepherded this disfranchised from really nothing guardians of the galaxy was. A comic book That, nobody, was, really looking to. To to make any kind of splash they think marble had to. Track record at that point of. Doing very, well with, most of the comic, books but it was characters that we knew it was iron man it was store it was people like galaxies. An obscure kind of, comic that they kind of brought to, life, nobody expected a whole lot summit and it's become one. Of the most successful marvel movies of all time now the the tweets as you alluded the tweets are is vulgar. And as repulsive as one could possibly imagine that. It, deals, with pedophilia and and to win things with children and they're just. They're absolutely horrible and. It, plays into this narrative of. Celebrities behaving, badly you know in. Recent times we've. Had Roseanne we, had, Papa John I mean people saying and. Doing off color things I think, of Michael Vick who actually did criminal things he didn't just say bad things he did criminal things And. Still makes a comeback I mean at at at what point do celebrities get welcome to back into the fold, on something like this or does that forever tarnish them well. This one is. A is a little different and I it's where we're kind of as a society wrestling with. That question is you know what's appropriate what's inappropriate and how long does somebody stand the penalty box for. Certain actions we saw, during the the, head of the, metoo during of course Harvey. Weinstein and Louis c. k. and Kevin Spacey and all these guys lose their jobs lose their. Careers for varying, different degrees of. Sexual harassment and sexual assault and most agreed at the. Time most, of those people deserve what they were getting now when. We're getting, into the area Roseanne I mean the. The backlash against her was pretty immediate and pretty universal. Until there are a lot of..

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