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"subodh" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast
"Thank them for their continued support of this show. Your host is tobias. Macy today interviewing dennis resolve about implementing transactions and the red panda streaming engine. So dennis can you start by introducing yourself binding man by his. It's wonderful to be here. I listen of episodes before and have never imagined. Someday i'm gonna tow kubota my because i so yeah Lamb working going lecherous subodh yet. Defied was amazon at the cash. Yeah let's just dive into and discuss the topic and remember how you first got involved in data management. Oh yeah show so. I think it was in two thousand dan. i just go day to at former university. I got to decree applied my offend computer science and listeners score nunes the industry about this time it was a boom of beak data ent- no seagulls solutions and to my first job was a tiny startup finance by pre tapu by finding friends family and full and zahra. I was investigating some differences between the Sequel solutions i. I think i was looking kenge. Cassandra mongo d. And eventually we just stayed with the for this particular project. Yeah so this is how it started and shoplifter zada turned young Again for people who did not a search engine which is more bolts in google in russia and its finding that more countries have space programs that and just like Google divisible loads of data management data transfers and i was leaning Data time and was working on infrastructure related to system similar to do. It wasn't kadupe. It was an internal sync with focused on privacy but yeah it was basically So it was feldstein. When i used by chica- skied it was very early. Days of the Zero seven zero eight version and San for all of the sudden United states was working on the customers at microsoft and was muslim responsible for the consistency that they stink so it was something similar toward calkins bidding. Tacitly it was internal and featured for particular system itself was based on the tasting shared memories paper. And it's interesting. That light scaled System and don't scipio civil inlets internals. So with disabilities systems you have local notes with fast data access new more notes floor access ends executives..
"subodh" Discussed on Papo de Fotógrafo
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"subodh" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"People were walking around the street and they heard or saw donald trump and all of a sudden his word about lock him up in his words about mexico building a building a wall and having mexico pay for it or talking about shit countries or talking about. You know there were racist on both deborah good people on both sides and shows bill and it wasn't like all of a sudden they just turned and hearing that all of a sudden it just changed their life forever forever now. They were people like that before. Donald trump came along data. Thought their grant fuhr. They're white supremacist. Leader the leader of the ignorant would give them the the the okay the give them the free pass to express what they thought thought field and felt and when they found out that that shit was over in terms of them getting a free pass then all of a sudden they got upset they got angry and feeble minded fools that they are you can believe a lie such as the election with rid and that could set off as i mentioned before people who are basically idiot these people are crazy. The fucking idiots. There's nothing crazy about these people. Stop calling them crazy. They're are idiots. They're scumbags they're lowlife. They're stupid people. That's what they are nothing more. They're domestic terrorists there. There's they are the envision. They are of the the other people that we believe. Isis is if someone was walking down the street you pointed out to them and they said that guy is isis sympathizer and he was wearing You know he was dressed in islamic. Garb you would probably look at him with fear or disgust or anger probably wouldn't walk on the side of the team. You wouldn't walk on the same side of the street. Is him if i if i told you this was malcolm abdul mullick walking down the street in his arab garden and this guy is isis sympathizer your thoughts in your feelings toward this guy would be completely different if i told you that l. I don't know man. I mean you know. L. shell Subodh whoever who was who has isis sympathizer got killed today. No one would sit there and be like oh man poor guy god damn shit. Father can't believe that that's terrible. Your response will probably be well. I mean if he's down with isis. I really don't give a fuck what happens to him. So that means that you know. We stopped a potential terrorist. So what's the big deal about someone who's logic or someone who follows the koran or someone who's wearing arab guard or someone who the isis sympathizer. What's the big deal. If someone like him dies. It just means that the chance of being attacked are nullified or are decreased..
"subodh" Discussed on KQED Radio
"News. I'm Layla Fall down in Culver City, California and I'm Steve Inskeep in Washington, D. C. In Buenos itis, the capital of Argentina, There's a giant domed Congress building that looks a little similar to the one in Washington. That building faces a plaza and on that plaza in this morning's very early hours, people were celebrating. Celebrating because Argentina's Congress had just voted to legalize abortion. Argentina is the first big Latin American country to go so far. NPR's South America correspondent Philip Reeves has been following events and joins us, Philip Good morning. Morning. What was the scene overnight? Well, that crowd you heard being there pretty much all night on some from from sort of early afternoon yesterday, and many of them were young women, both sides of this debate with their enforce those in favor wearing green, those against Skye Blue, divided by iron barriers on when the vote was announced, You know the scenes on the those in favor side with very emotional with tears of joy, singing dancing people let off fireworks. But it was a hard blow. For those who get who are against this. They'd be in there for hours to. They've been praying at an altar on altar set up outside and then now, obviously very sad and in some cases angry because they see this law. As legalizing abortion, You know that legalizes abortion is a violation of the child's right to life, and some are saying it's unconstitutional and that they'll go on fighting. It s so that Iron barrier really visually symbolizing what a divisive issue this has been. But what exactly did Argentina's lawmakers approved? Until now, abortions only being committed in cases of rape or whether mothers the mother's life was seriously at risk. This new law makes abortion is legal in the 1st 14 weeks. Supporters of it say that tens of thousands of Argentine women and girls are hospitalized each year because of unsafe underground abortions. That more than 3000 women have died in the last few decades because this and they hope that this will do a lot to help end that the president of the two Fernandez is a key supporter of the law. He says abortions will now be safe and legal and free. You know, Steve, this is this is the bigger sort of historical echoes here. The Catholic Church has wielded huge influence in Latin America for centuries as you know, and it's still very powerful. Argentina is the birthplace of Pope Francis. Church for very hard against this right up to the wire, and the pope himself made his opposition clear, you know, emphasizing this with the last minute tweet on the church has lost this fight. How close was the vote? Well, we thought it was going to be very, very close because there were a couple of wavering Senate senators and you know, no one knew which way they which way they'd go. But in the event, it was 38 to 29, with one abstention, so a wider margin than many expected One reason for that is that we've been around this block before in 2000 and 18 when it appeared that a similar bill would be approved, only to fail in the Senate by a small margin. Difference now is that there's a new government in place on this legislation was one of president finances campaign promises. Philip What are the implications of this across Latin America? This huge, traditionally Catholic region that you cover? Well, those who've campaign some of them for decades. Tomo secure this change in Argentina hope that there will now be a sort of ripple effect across the landscape. At the moment, Abortion is largely banned in the region, except in cases of rape or whether mother's lives at risk. But it's it's only legal in a couple of relatively small countries, or Agwai, Guyana in Cuba, So these activists hope that there's going to be a domino effect and it'll energize people, for example, fighting to get abortion removed from the criminal code in Colombia. Uh, but let's not be naive about it in the largest nation, Brazil. There's very unlikely to be any change, the president show Boston out of has said while he's in power, abortion will remain illegal. NPR's Philip Reeves. Thanks so much you're welcome. The Department of Justice is closing its investigation into the killing of 12 year old Tamir Rice six years ago. Closing the investigation with no charges against the police officers involved Taylor Haggerty with member station W. CPN reports Tamir Rice was fatally shot by Cleveland police Officer Timothy Loman while playing with a toy air soft gun in a Cleveland park in November. 2014 Moment, and officer Frank Garmback were responding to a report that someone had been pointing a possible firearm at Park visitors moment and Garmback say they issued commands for Tamir to put his hands up according to the DOJ and saw him reaching for what they believe to be a gun before a moment, fired two rounds, killing the boy. Subodh Chandra, the attorney representing to Miers, Mother, Samaria, Rice says the family found out the case would be closed through reporting from the New York Times and the Washington Post, he says, those reports say career prosecutors called for a grand jury investigation, which has not happened Miss Rice fields that it was blatantly disrespectful that she had to learn from the media that The Department of Justice had shut down the investigation after career prosecutors had recommended that a grand jury be convened. But the DOJ says career prosecutors determined there was insufficient evidence to bring charges. For that. The DOJ says evidence would need to prove beyond reasonable doubt that Rice was not reaching for the toy gun and would need to prove that Loman did not perceive him reaching for it. Justice Department says investigators could not prove or disprove those claims and also didn't have evidence to support charges for obstruction of justice. Henry Hi lo, the attorney representing officer, Lohmann says he concurs with the decision from the Department of Justice, which lines up with previous rulings at the county level. Nothing else need to be said they reviewed the matter. Lee Came direct inclusion, but Chandra is calling on the Department of Justice to release written internal recommendations from career prosecutors. The family is also calling for investigation into political interference with the case..
"subodh" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Has been following events and joins us, Philip Good morning. Morning. What was the scene overnight? Well, that crowd you heard being there pretty much all night on some from from sort of early afternoon yesterday, and many of them were young women, both sides of this debate with their enforce those in favor wearing green those against sky blue. Divided by iron barriers on when the vote was announced. You know, the scenes on the those in favor side were very emotional, with tears of joy, singing dancing people let off fireworks. But it was a hard blow for those who get who are against this. They'd been there for hours to. They've been praying at an altar on altar set up outside and then now, obviously very sad and in some cases angry because they see this law as legalizing. Abortion, You know that legalizes abortion is a violation of the child's right to life, and some are saying it's unconstitutional and that they'll go on fighting. It s so that Iron barrier really visually symbolizing what a divisive issue this has been. But what exactly did Argentina's lawmakers approved? Until now, abortions only being permitted in cases of rape or where the mothers the mother's life was seriously at risk. This new law makes abortion is legal in the 1st 14 weeks. Supporters of it say that tens of thousands of Argentine women and girls are hospitalized each year because of unsafe underground abortions. That more than 3000 women have died in the last few decades because of this, and they hope that this will do a lot to help end that the President Alberto Fernandez is a key supporter of the law. He says abortions will now be safe and legal and free. You know, Steve, this is this is the bigger sort of historical echoes here. The Catholic Church has wielded huge influence in Latin America for centuries as you know, and it's still very powerful. Argentina is the birthplace of Pope Francis. The church for very hard against this right up to the wire, and the pope himself made his opposition clear, you know, emphasizing this with the last minute tweet on the church has lost this fight. How close was the vote? Well, we thought it was going to be very, very close because there were a couple of wavering Senate senators and you know, no one knew which way they which way they'd go. But in the event, it was 38 to 29, with one abstention, so a wider margin than many expected One reason for that is that we've been around this block before in 2000 and 18 when it appeared that a similar bill would be approved, only to fail in the Senate by a small margin. Difference now is that there's a new government in place on this legislation was one of president finances. Campaign promises. Philip, What are the implications of this across Latin America? This huge, traditionally Catholic region that you cover? Well, those who've campaign some of them for decades. Tomo secure this change in Argentina hope that there will now be a sort of ripple effect across the landscape. At the moment, Abortion is largely banned in the region, except in cases of rape or whether mothers lights at risk, But it's it's only legal in a couple of relatively small countries Uruguay, Guyana and Cuba. So these activists hope that there's going to be a domino effect and it'll energize people, for example, fighting to get abortion removed from the criminal code in Colombia. Uh, but let's not be naive about it in the largest nation, Brazil. There's very unlikely to be any change, the president show Boston, Otto has said while he's in power, abortion will remain illegal. NPR's Philip Reeves. Thanks so much you're welcome. The Department of Justice is closing its investigation into the killing of 12 year old Tamir Rice six years ago. Closing the investigation with no charges against the police officers involved Taylor Haggerty with member station W. CPN reports. Tamir Rice was fatally shot by Cleveland police officer Timothy Loman while playing with a toy air soft gun in a Cleveland park in November. 2014 Momen and Officer Frank Garmback were responding to a report that someone had been pointing a possible firearm at Park visitors moment and Garmback say they issued commands for Tamir to put his hands up according to the DOJ and saw him reaching for what they believe to be a gun before a moment, fired two rounds, killing the boy. Subodh Chandra, the attorney representing to Miers, Mother, Samaria, Rice says the family found out the case would be closed through reporting from the New York Times and the Washington Post, he says, those reports say career prosecutors called for a grand jury investigation, which has not happened, Miss Rice shields that it was blatantly disrespectful that she had to learn from the media that Department of Justice had shut down the investigation after career prosecutors had recommended that a grand jury be convened. But the DOJ says career prosecutors determined there was insufficient evidence to bring charges. For that. The DOJ says evidence would need to prove beyond reasonable doubt that Rice was not reaching for the toy gun and would need to prove that Loman did not perceive him reaching for it. Justice Department says investigators could not prove or disprove those claims and also didn't have evidence to support charges for obstruction of justice. Henry Hi lo, the attorney representing officer, Momon says he concurs with the decision from the Department of Justice, which lines up with previous rulings at the county level. Nothing else need to be said they reviewed the matter. Lee Came to that conclusion. But Chandra is calling on the Department of Justice to release written internal recommendations from career prosecutors. The family is also calling for investigation into political interference with the case..
"subodh" Discussed on KQED Radio
"From KQED Public Radio in San Francisco. This is form Michael Krasny. In a recent opinion piece in the New York Times Authors Bob Bauer and Jack Goldsmith argue that the office of the president requires significant reforms using office for personal gain. Refusing to release his tax reforms. President Trump's behavior during the past four years demonstrates the complexities of regulating presidential abuses and ethical breaches. Power and Goldsmith join us to talk about their proposals for reforms in which reforms could be enacted by the executive man Congressional branches of the U. S government. That's all next after this news. Live from NPR news. I'm Dale Willman. 41 year old Congressman Elect Luke let low of Louisiana has died of covert 19 just days before he was scheduled to be sworn in in Washington. Remember station W O RK F Paul brought has more let low, a Republican first announced he had tested positive for covert 19 on December 18th. Less than two weeks after winning his congressional seat in a runoff election. One day after announcing his diagnosis let Lowe was admitted to a regional hospital in Monroe, Louisiana. He was later transferred toe Cashner Ellis you health in Shreveport firm or advanced care. He died there Tuesday. 41 year old is survived by his wife and two young Children Let low, previously served six years as the chief of staff for his predecessor, representative Ralph Abraham, and he managed the three term congressman is failed Gubernatorial campaign in 2019. He won the December 5th runoff in Louisiana and was set to take office in January. That's WR cast Paul Run in Baton Rouge. Nearly half a million people may have been infected with covert 19 and Wuhan less Chinese city where the virus first emerged a year ago. That's according to a survey by China's Center for Disease Control and Prevention. That number is almost 10 times the official tally of confirmed cases in Wuhan MPR's John Group, which reports the Chinese CD CD, blood tests on some 34,000 people in Wuhan and elsewhere around China. They were looking for Corona virus antibodies to gauge the scale of past infections, and they found them in 4.43% of the people tested in Wuhan with a population of 11 million. That suggests that nearly 500,000 people in the city were infected at some point Wuhan's official tally is 50,354. Study suggests that elsewhere in China, the rate of infection was much lower in other parts of WHO Bay Province outside Wuhan, the provincial capital. The rate was 0.44%. And of the more than 12,000 people tested in Beijing, Shanghai and four other provinces on Lee to came up positive for the antibodies. John Rue, which NPR News Senator Mitch McConnell blocked efforts by Democrats on Tuesday to increase coronavirus stimulus checks. For most Americans from $600 to $2000. Democrats have been pushing the $2000 for months now. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders says the extra money is badly needed working class off this country today. Faces more economic desperation. Than any time since the Great Depression of the 19 thirties. A major winter storm is making its way across the upper Midwest Tonight. On Tuesday morning, Snow was so heavy and western Nebraska that both Interstate 80 and 76 were closed in both directions for several hours. National Weather Service has issued storm warnings for parts of several states. Uncertainty in Congress over covert 19 relief payments pushed the stock market's negative. On Tuesday. The NASDAQ composite finished the day down 49 points. This is NPR news. The U. S Department of Justice will not press charges against the officers involved in the shooting of 12 year old Tamir Rice in Cleveland in 2014 from member station W. CPN Taylor Haggerty reports. The Justice Department says the available evidence is insufficient to support federal charges against officers Timothy Moment and Frank Garmback. Subodh Chandra, The attorney representing the rice family, says the DOJ has denied them a fair process in pursuing justice. There has to be accountability for what happened here. This was in the irregular and tainted process. Chandra has sent a letter to DOJ officials calling for the release of additional information regarding its handling of the case and for investigations into possible political interference. For NPR News. I'm Taylor Haggerty in Cleveland. The Louisville police officer who fired the shot that killed Briana Taylor has been told that the department is moving to fire him. Taylor was killed during a botched raid on her apartment last March. Taylor's boyfriend was with her. When the police used a no knock warrant to enter the apartment. He fired a shot at what he believed to be intruders. The officer who prepared the search warrant for the rain may also be fired, according to reports. The first Boeing 7 37 Max to fly commercially and more than a year took off from Miami International Airport on Tuesday. Last month, the FAA approved changes that Boeing had made to an automated flight control system that was implicated in two crashes that killed 346 people. Both crashes. The automatic system repeatedly pushed the nose of the plane down because of faulty sensor readings. The American flight had about 150 passengers on board and landed in New York. I'm Dale Willman. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Ford Foundation, working with visionaries on the front lines of social change worldwide to address in equality in all its forms. Learned Maura at Ford Foundation Data Warg and Americans for the Arts. Welcome to forum on Michael Krasny from calling his election loss of fraud to bullying the press the four years of the trump presidency of broken the mold of political and historical norms. According to law professors Jack Goldsmith and Bob Bauer, it's time for the country to reform the presidency to prevent future presidential abuses and ethical misconduct. And they lay out a plan to do just that, in their new book after Trump restructuring the presidency. Bauer, a Democrat who served his White House counsel to President Obama, and Goldsmith, Republican who served as assistant attorney general in the George W. Bush administration, offer a plan that they believe should enjoy bipartisan support. They join us now to talk about what can be done to restore the checks and balances that govern The presidency and let me welcome both of our and Jack Goldsmith to the program. Good to have you with us. Thanks for having us Thank you very much. Yeah, and let me congratulate you, by the way to begin with this book is nothing short of a legal tome, and it's a very detailed one in the thorough one and I know you want to spark an informed debate about whether and how reform of the presidency should proceed. And you do just that in the book and Is a lot to cover. The book covers ethics that covers war powers. Pardon powers treatment of the press vacancies, and I'm not going to go on here. I'm gonna begin. Actually, if I may with you, Professor Goldsmith in both our guests are law professors, Jackals Smith at Harvard and Bob Bauer. Then why you I'd like to begin. But since you were a Republican who were part of a Republican administration, the Trump administration has set off a lot of the warning bells that you really write about in this book and concerns. Like to begin by talking about what you see is really the most urgent necessity as far as a guard rail that we've learned from the Trump presidency. Thank you. It's hard to know where to begin. There's so many, and they're two factors to consider what is the most urgent and what is achievable. Um And I think that if we were maximizing this two vectors the most urgent thing to do. Is to address the scores of problems that arose in the relationship between the White House and the Justice Department. We have five chapters in the book on this, and there's a lot to say about it. But in general Trump violated the norms of Justice Department independence, just in an incomprehensible way norms and it worked pretty well for 50 years since Watergate. This confidence in Justice Department decision making was destroyed. There are all sorts of problems that there and I think that's the most ardent place where form needs to be addressed, and we will certainly talk about that. There's so much to talk about in your book, The book breathtaking changes, as you say in the book have occurred. Under the Trump Administration seeking of fire, the special counsel, which goes right to the Justice Department and making money from business and really attacking the press, and all that sort of thing, But Bob Bauer Me go to you on this all these holes in the system. I mean, they're loopholes and they're suggesting very strongly the need for guard rails as I've indicated. How did we notice this before Trump? We've seen something similar by no means the same. But you know something similar during the next administration when the certainly the guard rails that existed were smashed through fairly dramatically with the result. By the way, I might have been a number of lawyers going to Jack's point. A number of war is the White House counsel. The attorney general who might have been expected to uphold the rules along that administration actually went to jail. And were involved in one way or the other in the Watergate scandal. And I think over time, some of these gorgeous guardrails have been worn of the Watergate examples. Most dramatic one. But I think in other respects over time, as presidents have sought to expand their authority and have done so for a variety of reasons, complicated reasons that we can discuss some of these restraints. Have loosened and the obvious. Gaps where laws of norms really needed to control have become more apparent and in our book and each chapter, we try to give an historical background that explains how it developed to the.
"subodh" Discussed on KTRH
"Onto my auntie Katie our age dot com. Gonna have another updated eight. I'm Nikki Courtney on Houston's news, weather and traffic station news radio. 7 40, You know it's a good pun if you don't go Oh, Right away or come on. Did you really do that? I planted that because it is like sent back these great memories when my wife was okay, This is twisted memory. But when my wife was with the Greater Houston Restaurant, says he's in Greater Houston Restaurant Association. She was the executive director, and so like they had the most awesome golf tournament every year, Every hole had something to eat or something to drink on. There was one hole where they would mixing vodka with some flavored stuff like with the great fruit flavor. Or a slaver and you had to do a shot before you drove you before you hit the driver. Well, just say it If you're going out for a game, because look at this weather if you're going to go on a late Amar remembered to take some Subodh go with you. You know to help drive Yes. And then you could use that line tomorrow. We'll show you I don't know if you paid attention to what the temperature was before you start doing newscast this morning, when Katie and I drive in from the hinterland. I was 52 on Rosa this morning. It was 54 52. I know when it gets in the fifties. We start turning the heater's on so we don't just open the windows. We turn the heaters on. Will you go from using your A C system all the time, you know, June, July and August and most of September, and then we start getting the cooler temperatures boom. You turn the heater on. Well, that breaks a lot of old a C systems because it's like what What did you just do To me? It's a shock to the system. Unless you have a great American standard Home comforts system that knows how to keep you comfortable around. Who knows how to cool a home. Heat the home remove excess humidity. Those three things in concert with each other is home comfort. And so whether you still run in the sea or having to shift to the eater hope you'll get an American standard Home comforts system. It's something I've been using. I've been a customer of Esos Nolan Ryan. I've been speaking.
"subodh" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"1 18 03, the story that was in the equity market in the United States. Equity futures down NASDAQ futures down 2.41% and let's just pick out a single stock. Tom Kane, switch up the board and get straight to Tesla's test the down in the premarket by 12% down a down hard not included in the S and P 500 in the announcement. Put out on Friday, but summa got to say, What are we up this year? 3 400%, I think about 400% year today 2020 for that stock alone only pulled him back about 27% from the peaks. We saw the daily peaks that we saw. A number on this a week week and a half ago as well. I would also noted this goes to the demand equation. US crude 37 66. That's stunning. 5% move and Brent crude holding at 40 40.63 gold south fractionally as well and it all points to yields coming in. They sort of kind of like have Subedar Joppa joins us with Sergeant. And, of course, what's wonderful here about her skill and us raises the heritage of suck and and the derivative space as well. Over the weekend, Sabata you had to combine in the derivative analysis of the Softbank Gamma trade with what the fixed income market will do. Is there any correlation there? Is there a linkage between your world and the equity derivative Gamma world that we're seeing right now? Actually seems to be a very little correlation between the two markets at least the last couple of months because bonds contain very much rangebound. I think that supported the equity reality rally, if anything, so There seems to be a huge divergence between the signaling you're getting from these two markets is a signaling of bonds. Aggregate demands diminishing. I mean, can you link it up lower oil prices and link it up with global slowdown expected. Absolutely. I think that the bond markets extraordinarily cautious, which is what you would expect. And I think lower yields are fueling the valley in equities. Broadly speaking, I think The data you know, in July and August has been sort of hatchling you father sort of sharp move higher in the data in May and June. So you know the market's extraordinary cautious given the rice and the infection rates on the fact that we haven't gotten in fiscal stimulus is also keeping the markets somewhat rage about. A bachelor. For a while. Now, people have talked about the potential for the Treasury market to turn into a zombie market because of the Federal Reserve's huge moves over the last year or so, and not just the Treasury market, the credit market as well as the battery from your perspective. Is the long end aligned with fundamentals and the trajectory of this recovery. No because of the fact that the mark expressing an allure for longer paradigm, given the fact that the Fed is going to keep interest rates low, and there's still a lot of uncertainty about the trajectory ofthe future monetary policy initiatives. Will they purchase more? Will they purchase more? Weighted towards a long answer the long end of the curve. Reflecting the tug of war, I would say between this blood off supply. We're going to see in half versus the potential for the Fed district Purchasing Mawr in the long and so you're seeing a very range bond market across the curve, But I think ultimately the supply pictures is gonna outweigh any sort of demand You're going to see or or I should say, margin by you're going to see from the Fed. Let's talk about the supply pictures of battery your basic assumptions right now going forward on how they would need to adjust if it'll if we don't get a fiscal deal. Another deal down in D. C. I think that the in the August refunding the Treasury already accommodated for, I would say about a trillion dollars in spending coming after after the August refunding meeting. So the supply has gone up quite meaningful. Ian anticipation off another deal getting passed through, and that hasn't really happened. So you know, Regardless, I think that the supply is deficits are going to be higher for the foreseeable future. So I think that that's going to be something that weighs on the long end over time, especially if the fundamentals improved. And you'll start to ride rise, reflecting better fundamentals, and you should see steeper curbs when you talk about the marginal buying by the Federal Reserve. So far, it has been that for the past two months, the feds balance sheet has stayed pretty much consistent. Constant. At what point if yields do rise. Do you expect the Fed to step in more meaningful E? I think it's the MoveOn Rian yields is somewhat erratic. You see some sharp rise in in years like we saw, you know, after the taper tantrum or if they're some of the fundamental reason for Lack of liquidity. I think that's when the feds steps and if it's a very gradual rising hills ah, warranted from improving fundamentals. I think the Fed will be OK. So any sort of sharp move irony noses When I think I see the Fed coming in on, sort of, you know, putting a lid on how high yields can go. So one of the big raging debates right now people get really heated about. This is whether the 60 40 portfolio is dead. Whether Treasuries basically it yields this low. Are an insufficient hedge against volatilities. Do you agree with that thesis? I think so, because you know, you know, looking back even the last couple of decades. I mean, the 60 40 portfolio has been bonds rotting and stocks rallying right so that the quit the fixed income portfolio has never been a strong hedge for for equities. Maybe it was short periods of time, but not not over the longer horizon. Nice seeing even less of that, given the fact that the Fed is going to you know way have an environment where negative interest rates are not In the cards, which means that interest rates of Florida zero, so there's only one way tragedy can go either sideways from Iran or higher and that's that. I think that dynamic Doesn't play into the 40 60, you know, Portfolio paradigm. You know, I look Subodh at this info. She got NASDAQ breaking down now. 2.7% 308 points were the new weakness today as well. The vault that we see in the equity markets. Are we going to see that in the bond markets? Probably not. I think it is, You know, 10 intentions, for instance, have been between you know 50 to 80 basis points. That's probably where they're going to spend the remainder of the off this year. So I think that there's Jerry this loafer longer paradigm. Generally, the Japan ification, I would say auf US bond yields is going to keep voluntarily. Someone know what you're seeing now is market positioning for potential rising yields. And enriching off, perhaps some of those of those metrics like their issues, but But broadly speaking, I think I think balls are going to remain low for the foreseeable future. Why is that? How does it dampen down? Is it just fed intrusion into the market where it's not a real market? I just don't buy the idea that you should go quiet. Yeah, Exactly. I think that the participation of the Fed is not something that's near Trump. This is an open ended, You know, Parks this program where their purchasing 80 billion per month and that size could potentially increase if there's volatility in the markets not decrease, So given that sort of paradigm, it's really hard to envision..
"subodh" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Clippers are fresh off of a timeout. Nuggets have a five point lead mantra as Harold hasn't the elbow started by Mason Plumlee dipped his shoulder offensive foul mantra. There's much as Harold is a is a be in the right spot. Everybody penetrate. Get on the offensive glass guy. Try to go one on one. I'm not sure that's his strength. Denver basketball coming back the other way at mid court circulars. Monte Morris throws it inside the arc over the Mason Plumlee hands it off behind him to Murray out, too, and in the primal scream. By seven. Top of the key is mantra as Harold, We've action over to Paul George and the paint Tahereh leads in Lay up, No good rebound, Tapped and grab by Paul Millsap. Millsap has it across the time line. Got it out there by Liu Li Er by Paul George throws it out the family Only entry pass into Porter guarded by sham it much smaller player could shoot right over him. Instead, he throws it off. The mill stuff gets down the lane leaves in. Got no missile tip for go either by Mason Plumlee and the outlet pass comes off the whole George Front court passed Lou Williams back over to George back over the Williams head fake and then a three Distant, flat footed rebounded. Plumlee quick outlet pass off over the Monte Moore's more started by Landry Sham buddies at the shake on the left hand side with the back out on top to Murray, right side Porter. His three pointers been blocked. You won't head fake from out there willing no. By Michael Green Pass off over to Paul George and the paint, he gets back over to Green for three wide open triple No good rebound thought for by Monte Morris and Paul Millsap. And the two teammates knock it out of bounds. Did he up? Get a break on a missed a wide open shot and then teammates fighting over Landry. Sham. It looks in and down goes toe. Patrick Beverley through the window. They drop it off to sue box He goes from first side Got foul liberally by Mason Plumlee Still how you catch the ball. Take two steps to put the ball down. Dribble. Take two mohr and get to where you need to go. That'll be free throws coming up here for the votes of zoo bots line. 13th career playoff game, Fourth year player out of Bosnia Herzogovina. That makes him Bosnian Herzogovina number one forms up in game number nine chairman Crap Game number two, had 15 points on six of eight shooting with nine rebounds. Last four games. He's 16 of 21 shooting with eight boards at 76% from the floor. Jeremy Grant back on the floor now for Denver. Second free throw for box That one goes in. And here come the Denver Nuggets. They're holding on to a five point lead. 43 to 38. Monte Morris gets the out pass off over the Mason Plumlee on the baseline. Michael Porter Jr has been over the Mason back A porter in a three got nothing but boom Michael quarter to three. Top of the key is Subodh Subodh straddles the three point line. Hand it off to my Leonard gets picked jukebox gets to the free throw line. Jump shots up in 46 to 40 Nuggets lead is at six. Monte Morris has against a high pick. Formacion family moves off of that to the dotted line gets a reporter, Baseline bank. No good, and there's a foul on jukebox on the rebound, shoving Mason Plumlee out of the way. Michael Little thing, Just see he's gotta learn. You know, guys are bigger.
"subodh" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Regret it all all the line you've done to the American people. The line all the disc, Honesty's Who is that you have done? I love the guy who wants to ask you about payroll tax after because he is No. He got blind sided by every part of that. The reporter after is like I know it was happening now, but I'd like to ask about the payroll today. I'd like to get back on topic. Any topic other than someone just grandstanding it This is this the kind of thing you expect from a CNN Rememberwhat reporter actually asked this question, but I don't think it was CNN. Maybe it was, but I just love that. The next day. I think I'm not sure I said, I asked you if you've lied Subodh short or not like that. If you praise someone for that question at that moment during a press conference, multiple process conferences about things going on in the world. What do you expect the answer to be? In all honesty, if you're if you're a reporter here, that guy you woke up that morning. You're like, Hey, what am I going to do? I'm going to cover a press conference today from President. All right, let me plan some questions. And the only one you get in the paper, the only one you come up with his They asked him about all the lies he's told of the last 3.5 years, and if he sat about those lives, I mean, is that even really, he's not using any part of the value of being in that room. He just wants to make Twitter news. He just wants to be celebrated for a person who's not afraid of the evil human that is President Donald Trump, because that's Trump Derangement syndrome right there if I have ever seen, and I'm not pretending that there's not a bunch of things that the president does that I don't agree with. People don't agree with there's. There's a lot of things that he does. There's there's a lot of wins, too, though, that he has, as I mentioned a second ago that almost no one no one in the news world seems to care about and I assume the American people care quite a bit more, and I assume when yet again. All the polls say one thing, But in November, something else might happen. It'll be because the news media so often underestimates the value of the good things that people do The good things that President Trump does and how much they mean. It's just all of this is just crazy, but the fact that this reporter is getting praised For, you know, being courageous for fighting the power. This isn't even a version of that. It's a very simple, very poorly worded question that had no chance of gaining any sort of response. And the other thing that I've seen covered some places is Trump was speechless that he was so shocked by that. By the question and its value, and now he moved on. He moved on again the way an adult does when a child looks at them and says something that's just just not a thing. Just not a question that you have any need to answer. Not a request that you you're going to fulfill you just you just move to the next person. That was the most presidential thing. I've seen him do it a little while. I I know there was a question earlier one about Kamala Harris and a an attorney, and that was getting a lot of coverage to although I would say and maybe I'll play that audio as well a bit, although you have to take a break in just a second. That I think the president is being unfairly treated in the way in which people are pretending he was. He was what he was trying to say. I think very often, people. Ah, lot of people recap the president wrong on purpose, And I think that's happening with Kamala Harris question, so maybe we'll get to that a little bit. I don't know, but it's a heck of a day and I will not At any point in this show, Praise a reporter who asked there you do you regret the 3.5 years of lying, sir. On then I'm going to check out I'm done for the day. I mean, that's not that's not doing your job, my friend. All right. A quick break a lot more. Chad Benson show Craig Collins, filling in Did you know that the U. S dollar has lost 1/3 of its value. While gold has outperformed the stock and bond market by 300 per cent over the past 20 years, the crash in the US dollar is coming..
"subodh" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Uh, check the New Jersey 11.5 instant weather mixture of sunning flowers. If you're outside right now, you already know that. It's hot, Humid eyes in the mid nineties mostly clear tonight lows near 70 mostly sunny early tomorrow, then about with thunderstorms rolling in Highs in the low nineties. Fast traffic and instant weather every 15 minutes on New Jersey 101.5 No. Remember? Never All Fourth of July weekend. It's all American bands. Summer Let's celebrate with another made in America Ban on New Jersey one A 1.5 What's Spanish for someday? Note on the door that's about to country to give you South. Is that all you get for your money? That's what it's all about That Moving out. Sergeant No later is well beats become Subodh. You sit in the captain's bars down on the streets. Awesome placenta. That's it. Moving out. You should never argue with my mama with your time. Is that all you get young body? Notes. Jersey, one Caesar. New Jersey time. Time to 33. Good afternoon, everybody. It's Eric Pots with you and New Jersey one A 1.5 has the latest on the reopening of the Garden state. Stay informed with are up to the minute Information on N..
"subodh" Discussed on RPG Lessons Learned
"To present yourself to the prince you know without delay inform him or her that you're in their area and the six tradition is destruction. You are bidden to kill other candidate and only the elders the permission parents can call for blood home and i share traditions with you. Add water to say you know have this taste for vampire blood and you have a commandment against killing other vampires. We've regarding brooklyn one broken commandment right with project so we've already broken tradition got on last time though we don't know what your blood frenzy will do. Does it only work. If you whole all the way or zep you ask that question and gordo. I would like you to make a mental nice three successes. You recognize the vampire. Blood is really good good powerful and realizing you with the moment you felt. This like sergej got stronger. That moment was the moment when you drink by ooh that covers sort of what you guys have been doing since then jack's you show up at sanctuary that borrower jack hangs out. What's your question for jack. Fergus started please. This posted notes are places. Let me see you show them. The posted nets and he's like i don't. I don't think i read any he's. He's really frowning at the handwriting. He's like this could no. I don't know let me look into this should you should we wait rita. Check it out. It's gonna take a while jack more or less telling you. It's not what i'm taking but let me just rule it out. It's gonna take a while. I reach out well then so hanging out at the sanctuary. You guys come to find out like bar. Just what we have to do. You you kind of humans there. You know all of them are willing to be better than some of the extra sobre suddenly goals right now earl all evening. You'll is only a few either so sokaiya opening the blade or like to yeah some people in the know. Some people are not it's confusing but a lot of humans who are posers sort of had the impression that sanctuary kuechly place to hang out there some of them. I'm trying to use the nineties turnips to go along with their ninety game. It's not leaving all but more what you find out if you catch up on getting entire logic is jack informs you that hey watch your ass out there. There are some sadat and how about is here. Who's with subodh but jack informs you that subodh are another entire fashion from the camera of the thirteen eighteen plans seven joined the camarilla and have the society ano- babies traditions. There are some other factions the other big connection or the cba is to mainland in the cba but will sandra and the sneaky the sambre are the ones that he shares with you are or in town here and the sobat haven't entirely different belief system and the camera the subas see humans as complete lesser. Emma subodh don't believe in the masquerade wreck stock. They wanna rule humans openly. Do they have any money in politics. That's above your jackson. Great got thousands of years old. So who knows what irons they haven't fire so what we care what they care about us while the sobat have no tradition of destruction meaningless about will you it does the destruction thanks to them if they threaten you be allowed to kill saddam judicious. Don't be honor our other traditions. Ah visions are camarillo in the analytics sort of only honored traditions insofar as keeps relations calm with the camarillo. The marks resent the cameras rules and rulership. So how 'bout you want superpowers. We're talking traditions. Do they have jackson the knowledge about this about gun. Let's go get some superpowers aren't so how do you ask jack ajax so we're talking about these survive guys what type of things today like quarter. They usually go when the new city well. He's about whether doing here these about. They've been spotted hanging around a new business.
"subodh" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"Steve one project. Second. Longest wait for any team in this league. Time in their history to see lose the Stanley Cup champions. So there it is the seat Louis Blues. Twenty nineteen Cup champions of the four one winning Boston game seven this clip, courtesy of our friends at NBC doc Emrick, with great coal as always. Yeah. The club that had never won the Cup in their fifty two year history, the club that had zero players who'd ever won a Stanley Cup ring before the club had fired their head coach in November the club that in January stood dead last overall in the league, the cloud that MAC and training camp with their star, goalie Jordan Bennington on waivers long before the any idea what he could turn into the club. That was down three two in their second round with Dallas before rallying to win game, six then game seven and double T. Yes. Those guys there was no, killing the twenty nineteen Saint Louis blues about Ryan O'Reilly, who dropped a beauty f bomb on the CBC Scott oak, and then. Like a good Canadian apologized million times for he was brilliant offspring, and great again game. Seven opening the scoring with a beautiful tip in a worthy conce might trophy winner. And what a deal that was for the blues. Think about that for a second. Twenty eighteen buffalo trades O'Reilly to Saint Louis for Teijin Thompson, Vladimir Sabotka and Patrick Burg land, Thompson Subodh guide twenty five points combined for buffalo last season. While Bergelin walked away from hockey this year of a blues goalie Jordan Bennington easily could wanna const might what a story he was rookie of the year candidate, probably the biggest reason the blues turn their season around and what a surprise. He was to the blues as well. Again, they put that guy on waivers in September. If just one of the other teams at picked him up the blues wouldn't be here. No way both teams showed up to play in game seven but the blues got the bounce they needed to take the crowd out of it. And then a. Grave, grave error by Brad Marchand on that second goal. It's a bittersweet symphony as he realizes. I can't change. Marsh is the last man back wants to get off the ice. And lets the blues charged through the neutral zone, then he realizes. Oh, I'm last man back. I can't change makes a half ass attempt at a body. Check at the blue line. Mrs horribly. And then is the blues are roaring into the zone. Marchant Dan decides. Now it's time to change. He wanders off to change while blues go in and score awful moment, not many tears shed among NHL fans outside and Boston for that play because, of course, a lot of markets. Marcia is public enemy number one in every way, though, the blues earned the Stanley Cup and for those you really dislike the other blue team, say, Lewis's win now leaves Toronto, as the team with the longest active Stanley Cup drought at fifty one seasons..
"subodh" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Okay. I would I would agree with you there. That's, that's the way to go after Golden State. The last thing is right now with Durant not being there because of that. So they can't go. I know he's coming in game four but we've got a close these next two games out. Okay. Got a win them. He's calling and I'm here in eighty seventy even fifty. But I'm also hearing if he tweaked something he's done for the year, then he coming back on a fifty fifty. And if he does what like Iggy didn't comes down weird on it. He's done a good job guys. Thanks, buddy. Sounds like a Jim Rome caller. He didn't take a breath, it sound like he was reading off a script. I like the points. He made though Rackham let's invited him to smack off. He's invited. That was the best call in the day. I was classic great. Call wasn't it? Awesome Subodh joins us in North Carolina. She's always, awesome Subodh. How are you this morning? Waking up in a moment to next me that is nice. That is nice not many women get to do that. Fans. Yes, I do. Yes, he does believe it or not. Hey guys this finals is really great. But y'all got to stop with the, the MJ comparison. I mean the thing I'm not using Ivan said that comparison, you haven't said it out of me. Thank god. But get this this, this final has been overrated player. Hawaii against the most underrated player Steph against each other. Steph underrated. Wait a minute. Wait. Steph, so underrated. Oh my gosh. They're talking about, is it LeBron Katie our ally. Okay, let's start with stuff. I okay, the guy scores thirty five again last night of the nights. Get okay. His team. Okay. And they keep talking about he'd so Michael, Jordan. What exactly does that Qatar to ask about him, except maybe the way he looks that's about it? Nothing in his play nothing in his skill level. Nothing in his want to nothing in his leadership skills. He's a great player. Don't get me wrong. But he's not my. He's not my. Okay. Can I ask you something? Are you telling me, did you think Michael Jordan was a leader? Yes. Absolutely. Okay. Can you tell me why was a leader because that's one thing I give him a lot of her. Look, I give him a lot of credit. I give him a lot of credit, but I never thought of Michael Jordan as a leader. Okay. He made Paxton know that he can make shot he made par curve. No, he can make the shot he made them believe in, in their talent. That's a leader. Not like Mr. Lubbock James who makes everybody around him gun shy and hesitant. And not sure of what they can do and confident what Michael Jordan, did he elevated. Everyone's competent around him knowing that his competence, went waiver wouldn't it? Okay..
"subodh" Discussed on Couples Therapy with Candice and Casey
"I kept saying if I don't remind myself to breathe I'm not going to breathe going to die. And I was like I'm gonna forget to remind myself, and I'm going to die, and I never did a four foot or ever terrible thing. You know, we used to do that. I was a huge fan of his I to this day. I don't like the taste of beer. I'm not a beer drinker. All this a bunch of friends that are like and. Yeah. But I was a huge Beerbaum guy with the funnel at the top. That's good. I love that was favorite way to take down to Imbaba beer because it was less. It was like brute force instead of having to actually taste would it not ninety ice taste like that ninety is is so good. Oh god. But it's even better in a ball. Although I could shot gonna beer if anybody wanted to challenge me to shotgun contest, I would win. How long have you known me? Over eighteen years seventeen years in how how many times have you seen me in a civil way order a beard a restaurant or ever ever ever? For fact, either say to the waitress or waiter. I'll take the most girly drink. You have with Subodh Hinna usually say, and or you'll say Jack on the rocks, and that drink will sit there until we get dessert, you'll pull the ice out and chug the whole thing. So I'm not a drinker ever. I typically only drink out of guilt because I feel like I need to drink with Candace. I definitely don't like beer, but I am a fan of super girly drinks. I liked the umbrella and the pineapple and the cherry in life is in as decorative Cup as humanly possible or I like Jack Daniels with a little bit of water in it. Yes. That's what I do. You know, pretty civilized guy. Not a drinker. It's too bad. Although it's probably good that you're not attracted to it. I can't I used to drink a little bit. When I was a kid Austria used to drink a lot. We were single men hitting the town. But like we went out the other night, and I had two or three drinks. And then what happened? Over the entire next. What happened between the two or three drinks? And the next day. I had a stomach ache before that. Got lucky? With who me I noticed. He's. Sometimes it's good to loosen up. I feel like I was because you were drinking because I was thinking understand how it works. Okay. Thanks, everybody. For tuned into this week's podcast. Are we doing questions this week? I didn't prepare or if it means either. If you think kinder's should start her YouTube channel, give her hell on Twitter to push her to do it. Also, if you're a youtuber or someone who makes videos helped me explain to Candace the values and virtues, and what's to be gained by actually forcing yourself to tell their own stories by editing her own videos. That's what it is think of it as telling a story, the only trouble is I agree. I believe you. I believe you, and I agree with you. And you're right when the fuck him, I going to do it for civil when I have my alone time in the mornings, and we're gonna spend doing you to do it without do profanity swearing. I think it's. You have to prioritize Honey you'll figure it's not that hard, and it doesn't take that much time. But if it were a priority of yours, also, it's YouTube. So it means you post one of these videos a week or once every three days and they're substantive, and they last forever can point to them and the same video that you make you can put it Instagram Twitter in and. Youtube the same video. All right. Practice in Miami. Did you download garage band? Yeah. Twitter face with. Did you? I'm movie I have I move. It. Looks very scary to me tonight. How to use it like I said, I'm just going to get a camcorder and an edit in camera not do that. What do you need to? Verve. Video humor. Do you want to just use your phone, which is fine? I'll use my phone you need moment lenses..
"subodh" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Well. Fourteen forty seven to go in the second period. Nathan MacKinnon as the ends up one nothing over visiting Buffalo Sabres. Unassisted goal coming at three fourteen of the second period. As we get a whistle. And. Either a deflections or hand pass signal was almost similar from the referees. But the face shop will be inside the buffalo zone. And he asked that puck come out. Play into the protective netting. Initially was going to be on the left side of pot now it'll be over towards his rights Kerr. Put Calvert enticing Joe star the forwards on the ice for the sand. Gerard Eric Johnson behind him on the? Herbert date the draw. Johnson fifteen six in favor of the avalanche. Linesman Ryan Galloway giving instructions Wayne Savadkuh and Kirkwood. Sabotka win it for buffalo. Beckford, darlene. Nearside couldn't connect with Scott Wilson. Fuck comes rate. Now Calvert has it. Keeps himself the corner Alber behind the net the long stick of Bristol line and push that away our trying to collect it in escape. Skip behind the net. Phasing effort is currently sabres clear. Eric Johnson Bolay Subodh Sabotka into the boards. The puck sports behind him and the ends to regroup in their own zone. Here's curb bullets to canceling his own blue line has to peel away to his left side point off the wall for Eric Johnson. All this because Zangas Gergen's. Length is four check answerable to escape here comes Sam Gerard, right down. Broadway shoots. Save made. By Carter Hutton.
"subodh" Discussed on Historical Figures
"Nineteen twenty eight cross country motorcycle race Oskar had dreams of being a professional racer. But he was never quite fast enough to make that dream a reality whose other hobbies held him back on that front as an adult. Oscar followed in his father's footsteps he had a fares. And drank he was even arrested a number of times for drunk and disorderly conduct in the early nineteen thirties in nineteen thirty one Oscar traveled to Berlin to look for work. It was there that he was first exposed to the growing radicalism of post World War. One Germany the job search proved fruitless and Oscar return to Czechoslovakia in nineteen thirty two. However, it wouldn't be long before Germany followed him back to his home country. Germany was laying the groundwork for its eventual invasion of Czechoslovakia by promoting nutsy friendly check politicians throughout the nineteen twenties. The Czechoslovakian government had attempted to combat social injustices and. Economic inequalities by taxing the wealthy Sudetenland Germans this seated resentment among the Czech German population. This in turn led to the rise of German, nationalist politicians, like Conrad Hoenlein, who formed the Sudeten lend German party or SDP the SDP was pro Nazi. And actively advocated for the dissolution of Czechoslovakia and the annexation of the Sudeten lend by Germany, the German counter intelligence and counter espionage organization AB began operating in Czechoslovakia in the mid nineteen thirties recruiting agents from within the German Czech population to promote German interests Oscar Schindler joined the SDP in nineteen thirty five falling in line with many of his fellow Czech Germans sensing an opportunity. Oscar joined the AB there soon after shimmer saw the Advair as a chance to meet prominent powerful people and maybe raise his own status from that of a failed businessman. He didn't mind that the price for this networking would be working for the Nazis later in life Schindler would downplay his involvement with the app there due to the post-war stigma against those who had cooperated with the Nazis, but testimony from those who knew his work shows. He was a competent and savvy spy a report from the Czech secret. Police describe Schindler as a quote spy of big caliber, and in a specially dangerous type, and quote, this is in line with what we know of Schindler's character, though, his personal flaws has alcoholism and hedonistic nature had held him back. Oscar was a born salesman. He was charming and friendly and skilled at getting people to trust him. Most importantly, Schindler wasn't blinded by ideology, he was interested primarily in his own self interest. All of these traits made him a particularly adept spy, Dr Subodh cap. A check policeman who interviewed Oscar after the w-. War concluded that Schindler was attracted to the advert not by the Nazi ideals. But by his natural hedonism Sabotka described Oscar as quote, a very frivolous man of shady character whose only aspirated was to obtain easily and without work a lot of money and quote during his time with the ABC there Schindler learned a lot about the inner workings of the Nazi party and its bureaucracy. He made contact with fficials and other spies. He had no way of knowing at the time. But these contacts would one day prove vital to Schindler's mission to rescue Jews from the Nazi death camps. Schindler was primarily charged with collecting information on troop movements and railway operations and with recruiting more spies to the ad there to that end. He joined the Czechoslovakian army in order to further embed himself by nineteen thirty eight he had become a Lance corporal in the reserves all the while. Funneling information back to his Nazi. Comrades Germany, invaded Austria in nineteen thirty eight Oskar later learned that following the invasion. The Germans had shut down. The Austrian magazine of his uncle Adolf looser off died shortly after grief-stricken over the loss of his life's work. This may have been the first time Oscar was personally affected by the growing Nazi threat. However the ensuing. German invasion would inadvertently save Oscars. Life Oskar was outed as an Advair spy in nineteen thirty eight the Czech military had long suspected him of working for the Nazis and officers finally managed to locate incriminating documents in Schindler's apartment after he was betrayed by a friend Oscar was imprisoned for espionage and sentenced to death. However before his sentence could be carried out the Munich agreement annexed Czechoslovakia to Germany, the Munich agreement was an accord signed by Britain, France and Italy. That allow Germany to take over the Sudeten land region of Czechoslovakia..