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"tarasov" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

Monocle 24: The Urbanist

04:30 min | 2 months ago

"tarasov" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

"He tragic we saw his mother murdered by Nazis before his own eyes, but if you read some of his work, chernivtsi is very recognizable in his novel. So yeah, this is to say that for hundreds of years, writers have been living in coming to visit chair and you see and they are still doing that. There is always something to do our restaurants are very beautiful. We have even local artists who are hired to create neural so people really love to visit these places because they are made to look like works of art. It's a quiet city overall though. A lot of people come here and talk about how cozy it is compared to give or hard key for even before the war it was really in ideal place every single person told me how beautiful champions he was. So before the war started, it was very typical to go to a cafe walk down the street with your friends or go to the tarasov chanco park where there's a ping Pong tables for people to play on or to walk your dog. But now since the war in Ukraine has started, it's been a week. And January has become a city of refugees, according to the local city officials. We have taken in over 11,000 refugees from across Ukraine since Russia's war with us began. And please keep in mind that this is only after one week. Almost 2000 of those 11,000 refugees are children. The board of China C is less cozy, but the locals are mobilizing. They are frantically trying to collect as many materials for refugees as possible, blankets, food, medicine, and not only for refugees, but for soldiers, a lot of these literary people in general are leading that effort. And so it's a city that's really has tried to take in as many people from across Ukraine as we can so I can say it is a caring city and one that I'm very proud to live in. I have many good memories of this city. I first came here in 5 years ago when I was a volunteer for an organization called go global. Which was created to invite foreigners from all over the world to come to Ukraine. And to teach English. Not in the big cities in the small cities in the villages to inspire curiosity in kids to learn about the world. I used to live and study in New York. So I'm a student in French literature originally, and so New York and Paris were my two great loves when it comes to cities, but to live in a small city is also kind of like an art form because you walk down the street just to go to the supermarket and you will recognize like two or three people that you know. And it can be perhaps Costa phobic at times, but it also fosters beautiful sense of community that you simply can't have in a larger city. I have a home here. I can't imagine myself living anywhere else. I have a husband, he's from chair and you see. He has very deep ties to this city. So I hope that after this war that I will have a chance to visit other cities like Keith Paris, London, Rome, but January became my home. Well, we can only hope that in the months and years to come, we will be back on the streets in Ukraine, seeing a resurrection of many of these places that are going to suffer terrible destruction and loss. But for now, this brings us to the end of this week's edition of the urbanist. Today's episode was produced by Colorado Bello, and David Stevens, David also edited the show. To help fund and protect independent Ukrainian journalism, check out the work of the 24 O two foundation. Head over to 24 O two dot org to donate and find out more information. And to play you out this week, his ochin LZ with obi moi. Thank you for listening city lovers. Slava Ukraine. I'll be there don't like all that will stop me baby I'll be better I'll be there. When I got

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"tarasov" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:19 min | 7 months ago

"tarasov" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Does not call on us to emulate his resume to stimulate his character and his example as a human being COVID recently claimed Powell's life at the age of 84 I'm Brian schuck I'm Barry results you're listening to masters and business on Bloomberg radio My extra special guest today is Tom Gaynor He is the CIO and co CEO of Markel corporation a publicly traded family office for lack of a better word focusing on insurance public investing and venture work Let's talk a little bit about some of your favorite companies You have some holdings and when I look at some of your top 5 or top ten they're almost nothing like each other There's just a mix of companies CarMax Disney Berkshire Amazon Regeneron and then a whole bunch of investing firms BlackRock Federated oak tree tyro Have I named anything that you've jettisoned since or actually oak tree is no longer with us That's part of Brookfield asset management which is our second largest holding that we have And we are no longer of CarMax Oh you sold com X which had a huge run up Correct Given the craziness with supply chain and I think at a certain point that just became fully valued Well I guess no I would admit an error on my part in this And in fact the gentleman who runs CarMax the CEO I mean we owned it for a long time and have been absolutely great holding When we sold it I called him and I said Bill that was our circumstance not yours Carmichael is a great company It's very well run Have epic respect for what they do We enjoyed being a shareholder for a long long time When we go back to the initial days of the pandemic and the shock losses from event cancellation insurance business interruption which was uncertain In the first quarter of 2020 I'll lose track of years And time these days We reported a combined ratio of one 18 So as compared to our historical record of underwriting profitability where that combined ratio number would always be below a hundred one 18 that is the worst period Mark corporation has endured in 90 years of existence Wasn't a great court It was not a great quarter And the model where we're using the profits from the insurance company to create the flow to create the reverse Exactly So jet engines don't fly in reverse That jet engine was fine in reverse during the first quarter of 2020 As such and I think even independent of that there were kind of a combined set of forces that work where look we got to make sure that the insurance business is on firm capital footing It's a regulated business And we always want margin of safety and margin where that humility look let's not pretend we're the smartest So if we were the dumbest what do we need to do to protect ourselves from us To make sure we keep going So we would have re underwritten and as usual we did We re underwrote every single security regret And by the way in that environment we also re underwrote our thinking on every insurance policy We wrote because it was clear that this was a fundamental change that had overtaken all of us So let's make sure that we're adaptable and think and that we're able to answer the bell for the next round of the fight So in looking at each and every security that we own and recognize and look I want to take a little bunny on the off the table and I wish to make sure that the capital footings are impeccably sound and unquestionable Looking at each and every one among the decisions that we decided to sell was CarMax And I thought you know at that point in time 50% of locations were closed who needs a new car who needs a used car Well it turns out everybody did But I did not foresee that coming And just given the time and facts of the circumstances there were several things we sold at that point In retrospect they all went up and they all went up a lot Since that sale But at the same time our capital basis has never been questioned the integrity of the business is there And we kept 80% of what we owned at that point across the board in aggregate And that's done great So we're in good shape You would have had to anticipate not only a surge of movement to the suburbs that would require more cars but you would have had to anticipate all of the supply chain on the semiconductor all that whole interruption and supply issues that have led to just a surge in use of our prices and unavailability of new cars kind of hard to foresee coming in the first quarter of 2019 As I wrote in last year's annual report on the whole discussion of the pandemic stuff we did not see that coming So that's a long list of stuff we did not see coming So add those to the list as well So let's talk about some of the companies you kept 'cause not a bunch of stiffs or some pretty good companies I want to get a sense of the thought process as to what leads you to find a company like I guess in some ways Disney and Amazon are somewhat similar But in so many ways they're so different What led you to each of them and what led you to stay with them over the long haul Well let me take each of those two because I think they are instructive to think Amazon as an example I talked earlier about the importance of the shareholders of Markel and the desire that we have at Markel to have great shareholders who are thoughtful and intelligent and really contribute Ideas and thoughts to me and to mark how that makes us better And specifically with Amazon I have a friend named Josh tarasov who runs his own investment management firm and he's done extraordinarily well So Mark L shareholder friend and so we have a relationship We talked back and forth and Josh noticed that if you went back and again I lose track of time A decade or more whatever Our holdings in the world of technology were pretty slim Let's round it to zero not much And if Josh is kind and helpful and gentle wave was helping me realize I might be making a mistake about this And when you say kind and gentle was he like Tom what the hell are you doing here You missing the boat Or was he you know how kind and how gentle He really was kind of joke Okay Despite I love New Yorkers because they are by the way that was kind and gentle Just so I understand that completely And there's no mystery or subterfuge about that What is wrong with you I get that So I can absorb that and not take it personally By the way Josh is a kind and gentle person But he really walked me through thinking about Amazon and helping me to come to understanding in a much more productive way than I had in the past So that's point number one So that trade worked out I'm guessing Yeah it's more green than red on that one And.

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"tarasov" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:40 min | 11 months ago

"tarasov" Discussed on WTOP

"Tarasov dot com slash lookout fivethirtyeight its traffic and weather on the eights back to Dave del Dine in the W T. O p. Traffic Senate in Virginia. I 66 westbound, slow traffic Fair lakes through Centerville before the Manassas Rust area, the broken down vehicle blocking the right lane wrote 29 through the Manassas battlefield is open truck crash cleared 29 in Arlington heading for false Church South found near Sycamore Street Crash Blocks the right lane. Washington to Fredericksburg. 3 95 95 southbound flow between the Pentagon and Glebe Road near Franconia, Springfield, Lorton Liberation. Slow portions through Stafford on the Beltway outer loop congestion near 50 and gallows little slow in Alexandria but heavier on the inner loop. Dulles toll wrote the Legion Bridge and into Maryland. All slowdowns on the Beltway in Montgomery and Prince George's County are volume related. No major incidents on 4 95 at the Bay Bridge, two way traffic still in effect, but that weather window is closing with some rain from the tropical system pushing in. It's probably not going to last, but volumes have been coming down, and there are no delays on 50 anywhere between Northeast D. C. And the Eastern Shore. Help Silver Diner feed families in need. Go to Silver Diner. Calm and donate $10 to real food For kids. You'll receive $10 certificate off your next Dinan visit to Silver Diner. Eat well do well. Dave Golden w T o p. Traffic. Matt Ritter else's Move an hour away. Tell us what's up. Okay, What we're transitioning to is. We're going from the severe isolated storms like we had earlier today into this steady, heavy rain associated with Elsa directly. The center of Elsa is now moving out of North Carolina towards the.

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"tarasov" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

01:46 min | 11 months ago

"tarasov" Discussed on Hard Factor

"Out you can steal it from the office. Take it home with you. I mean i was even like at an office. You know. i like what he's right. They're like. I am in my life. I may be shoplifted once. But i was a big time. Klepto in office. I was taken like. What are you take. What do you like notebooks. What are you need whatever. The got computer paper feels. It feels good. Do it i. I don't take some office supply as long as it makes you feel good. I'm with it. I just don't they don't care as long as it's not like a printer sexually gratifying. Is it really does that gratify. You heard it here first. Sexual gratifying take it. That'll that'll really turn you on the weekends. I used to be like. What can i can highlight everything now. What color you want. That's what i was getting. I was like what the fuck office supplies neither right. There's what five stars from x. Nola two thousand and three nice nola fund show. Keep up the fun guys. Thank you x. Nola will do hell you. In fact we were If you paid your dot com slash heart factor you. Listen to florida and friday. The end show the end the end songs. We can still do songs on patriot. Pied a paywall. it's about keeping the fun going. It's a pan tarasov. And that's all i'm gonna. I'm gonna give up some texting now to to bring me a cold beverage to keep the phone race beverage time cold cold front last one last five serve you. The week is from sao two seven six. He says this podcast is a treat. You damn right. If i like hard factor and you know.

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"tarasov" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"tarasov" Discussed on WTOP

"Tarasov dot Tom slash Look out! Good morning. It's 5 38 w T o p traffic and weather on the eights. And when it breaks to the traffic center now and Jack Taylor hoping that are slow down in Virginia that seems to be growing 66 getting west at a Centerville the work that was in the clearing stages as she headed out toward business to 34 had just the left lane. Getting by. Vinod says the lanes are open. I don't think that's the case yet. Just in case be careful. Watch his crews back up to try to get these barrels out of the roadway. Now on 66 as you leave the Beltway after Nutley, But before 1 23 the emergency work from yesterday that caused some pretty sizable slowdowns still in place, blocking a far right lane, but really not causing a delay this morning East looks good leaving Centerville. After all the incident activity you're going to be in good shape all the way toward Rosalind. But again, it's an unexpected delay, leaving Centerville headed west toward Manassas. What that work sound still out there. Fairfax County Parkway northbound up at 66. Maybe we'd have maybe a broken down vehicle could be on that ramp, and it could be squeezing. So just be careful Video I believe is headed to the scene one off the roadway near the airport, Dallas on the Dallas Airport Road, westbound after Runner Road some activity off the roadway to the right side near the pond. Now you will find we've got trouble down in Fredericksburg, 95 north, the ramp to center Port Parkway crash along the right side of the ramp. Stay left to get by. Mainline, Continuing north. Little heavy, Just moving through Woodbridge 3 95 no worries yet leaving the Beltway up toward the 14th 4 95 looking good. So far in Maryland. We've had trouble in Prince George's County Central Avenue eastbound near the Beltway reported crash to 70 so far good out of Frederick, but watch southbound ramp to falls road reports of a large pothole opening up. Out of north Potomac collar came out of the neighborhood and said Lake wins weighs close near rolling Green Way because of a downed tree, all right up in Jessup 1 75 blocked between Wiggly Avenue and Brock Bridge Road with a serious crash. Also the rack up in Glenwood, Howard County, Maryland, 97 up near McKendry Road, You're going to be under police direction. Unfortunately, here, it sounds like we've got a crash that had been blocking the roadway as well. So be very careful up in Frederick Westbound 14 Year Gamble Park Road. That's also reports of a new wreck. Silver diners hiring join a company where 80% of managers have promoted from within flexible hours are available. Learn more at silver diner dot com slash careers. Silver Diner Eat Well be well. Jack Taylor w T o p traffic and checking out the forecast here with Chuck Bell High Pressure centered over Chicago today is going to push a cold front through our region. It will bring a high chance for rain today near.

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"tarasov" Discussed on Stephanomics

Stephanomics

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"tarasov" Discussed on Stephanomics

"Revenues to yourself as you can. Well there's various elements to how to respond to them. Why the us has shifted. The the simplest way is the. They realized that if they want to get what they want. They've they've got to cooperate and we've got to have a system that is stable. Some extent roth than people threatening with with tarasov putting in place Taxes on the revenue of american companies around the world. So it's not sort of this moment that you realize you know. The these countries or countries around the world have been competing on the basis of and in some ways you know they. They've decided actually with probably and our interested we become more of a cartel and so then we can start getting more. We want and what the us really wants. Is the minimum tax part of this deal so the companies and not sort of going to tax havens and They can make sure that they pay their fair. Share and that the us isn't isn't losing tax revenues all around the world and that's that's that's that minimum tax part of the deal is really the thing that rather than sharing out the pie differently cushion of making a much bigger pie for governments to build to fund all the spending that they need to do in the wake of the covid pandemic and i noticed for the too much time on this but i notice that there had been a sticking point and cup last time i speak to you around amazon in. It's been loss of acres on which the companies that will have this of sharing of revenues across countries. It's going to be just the big companies that have lost profit and alison stat frustration about. It sells knows about every trade. It seems to have quiet profit margins and what what's going to happen. Specific amazon will as you say the amazon would be would be sort of crazy to create a global tax system. And then say oh by. The way amazon isn't part this You just wouldn't make any sense to people who bushing for such a change of the system. So what they've got to do is find a way and the still working on. This is a way of hitting a target without aiming for it. So they've got to score a goal. Yeah texas because otherwise that opens up all the problems about taxing digital companies or targeting and things. So they're working on a way of of sort of baton chopping up conceptually amazon operation so that they can find bits the already profitable and say right. We can share out some of that profit for taxing purposes. But it is technically tricky. Because you open a can of worms..

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"tarasov" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"tarasov" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Citizen led innovation and the workforce of the future tarasov then announce twenty six man squad for the euro's the big speculation was whether or not alexander will being included. He is full right back. overall south korea has gone with no greenwood. He's injured no janesville prowl Either let's welcome shall native and shackled so the show craig's with us as. Well you happy about. That's going to be on his happy. With how many people are in that twenty six so so much. And i think you're going to be looking at maybe six or seven. Plays the mono single minute in that because as well as a sense of how southgate money he doesn't really ring the changes but in terms of actual quality available. I think is really good. I think of we sees probably gonna lean into the back. And i think he's got enough plays for that and as far as creativity goes he seems like in the front line. He's got people capable scoring and making a big difference as well. But i think what disappointed ultimately i think that is probably the best score. They could pick up people who are available and now the pressure is on for england whilst start living be able to go all the way and ultimately with a squad that they house bar in say maybe france because belgium could say portugal. There's not that much between them and those that aim so the pressure is really on with this. Spits meeting this whole craig. Well first and foremost to name affair squad opted twenty six. I thought was crazy. Just lend into more disappointments people who probably didn't have much of a chance of dangled a car. Yeah that's that's just said that's been mailed sentimental. I assail.

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"tarasov" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"tarasov" Discussed on WTOP

"More at Tarasov dot com slash lookout. I'm Reed Kessler. I've been a part of W T o p for about a decade now, and I think it's time to let you in on a little secret your calls tweets emails really help us get the big picture of what's going on on the area Roadways you often call to thank us for helping you to get where you're going. But really, we should be thanking you for wanting to be a part of what we do. That's the W T O be difference. Traffic on the eights 24 73 65 1 Oh 3.5 FM w t o p and w t o p dot com Good morning, A 28. It's traffic and weather on the AIDS. Now when Rita Kessler hasn't here from the traffic center on the Beltway in Virginia inter loop of the Beltway before Braddock Road in the left through lane before the divide for the express lanes, the left lane is blocked with that crash. Now you're gonna see a delay coming off of north about 95 headed onto the inner loop trying to get past the scene. Also some volume getting past 2 36 in Annandale that North about 95 delay continues on to 3 95 toward dead Slow road. Some volume getting past Duke Street towards seminary Road and North but also getting onto the inbound 14th Street bridge. Now, South bound 3 95 on the 14th Street Bridge had been a report of a crash. What is East is the delay north on the George Washington Parkway coming from the 14th Street bridge, still a little bit of volume headed toward the Memorial bridge, but not as much as it had been. We also had a report of a crash on the outer Loop in Virginia near the Dulles Toll Road, keeping an eye out for that along the left side. 60 60 spends in volume in Manassas, often on making your way towards Parkway and approaching the Beltway in the district. South Bound D. C. To 95 flows from Burroughs headed all the way past East Capitol Street. The North bound delays from Pennsylvania Avenue toward betting so they may have said that work up already North bound on I 2 95 is heavy getting past laboratory road, but not quite as far as Malcolm X Avenue. So watch for any accident activity in Maryland, trying to get into the district using New York Avenue seeing delays South bound coming from both 50 and the BW Parkway near 202 to the point where everything kind of murders is you're getting on to New York. Avenue. There may be a crash there before the Anacostia River Bridge. Also on the Beltway in Maryland, Outer Loop topside solos from I 95 around toward Georgia Avenue South bound to 70 still seeing the volume out of her bana toward 109, but then good all the way to the lane. Divide with steamfitters Local six Oh two year getting the very best age fact mechanical refrigeration and process piping experts in the D M V to work with them. Go to steam fitters Dash six oh two dot or g'kar. I'm Rita Kessler. W T o p traffic. I'll look at the forecast now with Lauren Rickets. It's a cloudy star, but we'll have some late days. Sunshine and temperatures mainly in the seventies, but we'll have some 80 degree readings.

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"tarasov" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"tarasov" Discussed on WTOP

"At Tarasov dot com slash look out double d T o peace, traffic and weather together. Let's go to David, Ill Dine in the traffic center. All right, There are a lot of crashes in northern Virginia outer loop after gallows one of the right shoulder New on fire Rescue a little River turnpike. They should be blocking the right side 66 eastbound. 2028 Fairfax County Parkway to right lanes remain blocked. Two left getting by. This is backed up traffic on 28 all the way back to route 50 in Chantilly crash on Route seven west between the Coleman runs should be clear. New crash on the George Washington Parkway North bound before the Beltway that was reported on the right side got police activity eastbound on 66 beyond Glebe Road, slowing the eastbound pace. 3 95 South bound, slow toward activity on the shoulder after Washington Boulevard Outer Loop Very heavy van door to the Wilson Bridge interlude slow from the toll Road Legion Bridge and the closure of Route One continues between Laki Boulevard and Holly Hill Road Power Lines damaged in the crash, and that is putting a lot more traffic on South King's Highway and Fort Hunt Road. Because of the closure of Route one westbound Ellis Greenway, the Rams go west on seven is still blocked that crash involving overturned truck It's been much more uneventful in Maryland, just dealing with volume delays on the Beltway to 70 North. Found your 1 24. The crash lingers on the left shoulder. New York Avenue Northeast, getting better with all lanes reopened, heading for West Virginia Avenue and the burn vehicle getting towed, considering a BMW. Check out the brand new BMW of Rockville sales and service complex. 14 50 Rockville Pike. You won't be disappointed or visit him at BMW rockville dot com. Dave Don't nine w T o P. Traffic. Amelia Draper a Beautiful day a warm one, and it is getting warmer. It is getting warmer. Tomorrow. Hillary will improve upon our temperature by about five degrees with highs in the.

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"tarasov" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"tarasov" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"On tackle Virginia Tech Hokies were the only F B s school to offer. Dara saw a scholarship and he rewarded them by starting all but two games over the last three seasons. Paris All finished off his college career with a first team All a cc selection size is not the issue at 643 22. Neither are his strong hands or nimble feet. Scouts just wish Tarasov finished plays better. I love this picked by by Minnesota, and there's no excuses this year. They have to go back and make the playoffs. Now. I know that this team and this conference is much tougher the NFC than it is the A F. C when you look at the amount of playoff spots that are open, But you look at this offense now. Kirk cousins, not great. But he could get to the playoffs. You got Jefferson. You got cook. You got dealing. Now you're adding another offensive lineman, and Christian Dara saw Mike Zimmer. I don't You know, when you look at coaches that have pressure on in this year, Mike Zimmer is close to as you know, right to the top of the list because it seems as every year it's make the playoffs. Mr Players make the playoffs missed the playoffs. He's got to get that defense cooking once again in 2021 between him and Spielman. They they're both gonna feel it. I still feel that for all of the offensive weapons that they have For everything that this team does. They're going to put up points. They're just inconsistent. The Minnesota Vikings have just seemingly been an average team. They haven't gone over that hump. I don't know if they will. I don't see summer there for long to be honest, and I look at Darius Oh, here's why I also like the Dara saw pick he seasoned. He was one of only nine true of freshman offensive lineman to start week one in the FBS in 2018. He's a 20 21st team, all SEC player. He started every game he played in each of the past two seasons. So 24 games Starting at the college level at the offensive line spot the Steelers pick is in. We're going to stay put here, guys, we could take a break. I we're gonna take a break and we'll find out who the Steelers are going to take when we come on back. Is it running back? Or is it an offense alignment to help Big Ben? We'll find out when the 2021 NFL draft show does continue right here on CBS.

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"tarasov" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"tarasov" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"Smith dropping a little bit. But we've talked about that with the frame that could cause him to slide a little bit man talk about having a receiving core there in arizona. Goodness gracious that'd be fun to watch and then the other one i think is fascinating. It's just mack. Jones go onto washington. I'm curious to see where he ultimately ends up. I have kind of more than that second round buck but man accurate efficient great decision maker. You love the work ethic. All the intangibles are off the charts. The question is is there. Enough is enough juice in his arm and his legs to warrant that. Yeah i think this is like the same thing when you talk about ron rivera. And what they wanna do and washington with their franchise. They won't guys that are cultural fits. Emag jones is work ethic intangibles. He's all of those things that they talk. They talk about and also just notice. I mean the washington fourteen they love alabama players turned down to alabama fleet when they've had a chance the mag jones because the player to the in the first round for the washington. That's a that's a good point there bucker. Let's go twenty one through twenty five indianapolis colts christian derek offensive tackle from virginia tech. Twenty two the tennessee. Titans aziz azure ari edge. Rusher from georgia at twenty. Three new york jets take travis. Ntn running back from clemson. Twenty four the pittsburgh steelers nick bolton linebacker from missouri and twenty five jacksonville jaguars christian bar more defensive tackle from alabama. Like what you did hear. Deira side of the colts make sense. You lose your left tackle to retirement with costanzo you go ahead and replace them right here with the twenty first pick. They do that with christian. Tarasov all right. How about twenty six to thirty twenty six thirty twenty six. The cleveland browns exerting collins linebacker from tulsa twenty seven. The baltimore ravens. Take one of the i think. He's underrated jalen phillips. Depressant lama from miami. Is someone that i am fascinated by him. Twenty eight the new orleans saints trevor. More safety from tcu at twenty nine..

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"tarasov" Discussed on The Highland Good Food Podcast

The Highland Good Food Podcast

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"tarasov" Discussed on The Highland Good Food Podcast

"The Action that year are taken kinda way to see where will so twenty twenty one could be your Before we finish. All i think is almost impossible. Not took lake. Said we are still unsure will actually gonna look like even though it only police awake. What do you see as the opportunities and also faintly the most concerned and challenges that we are going to be facing the imminent future for nurses no applied to bricks. If i mean we've tried we loomed in a we've combined sofa lifted the calcutt does off site is. I'd be downside. It's taking us out all the protections and stand the tuition being built up with the case help. We lost forty five years with the coach policy. Sure has many many flows. It's a really difficult thing to do to try to make a policy that works twenty seven countries. it's been captured by the interests of big farming. Absolutely it's unfair in the way operates and we could have done much more nikkei two chinas alan care so the us in a way we of went along with more than we should have done but fact is hugely outweighed by all the posters go with adjoined approaching europe. And it's not just about farm subsidies not just about the market it's about being a progressive union which for all its folds and all it flows has generally been on the side of progress and many national things actually on the side of equity are many things to be proud of him will be used to live in chief not lease the bringing in the new member-states off full done walder support for democratic institutions that support for human rights with foolish to leave. You know because it occurred so much diviners wish hadn't stolen a new pay will can wait from stumbling. We believe in but in the short term the disruption to trade to feed systems to primary produces. You know i just feel the land produces much must be worried sick because that livelihoods depend on not having taras in three weeks time and they have no idea where they're going to have tarasov so the short term disruption is very scary. The medium to loss of influence loss of connection relationships is simply diminishes us in the eyes of the world and scotland has an opportunity to go back to rejoin that community of nations and to play a small but progressive palm in the union doesn't mean we'll always agree with everything that the european union does doesn't mean it won't take another round of cap negotiations to make policy fair grena more effective. It will trajectory in e. u. intense climate change in terms of set three konami into human rights. That we need to off and in the longer term. We have to have to do that..

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"tarasov" Discussed on Fallacious Trump

Fallacious Trump

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"tarasov" Discussed on Fallacious Trump

"China one in the past we never got ten cents. We never got money would never get anything. So trump is claiming that his tariffs which were his solution to the problem that he identified of China taking billions of dollars out of the American economy was the solution because something has to be done someone had three something he read your diesel Tarasov does he really know he has clue what tire saw he? He I mean he doesn't understand trade a tool or trade deficits he keeps saying this is so many times he said this, the have taken five hundred, billion dollars of handsome America America has lost five hundred billion dollars a year to China. Festival America has bought stuff from China. So they they paid the money, they got stuff and it's never been five, hundred billion the most it's ever been when you choose goods a not services which China buys more services from the US than US buys from. China. But when you take into account goods, the the highest it's been is four hundred, nineteen, billion dollars in two, thousand eighteen. So while he was president. The highest guilty three, seventy, five, billion so. And that's not that's not the US giving that money to China, they getting something in return for it. So economist agree that trade deficits and trade surpluses are neither inherently good Nevada is very contextual. It depends on what situations and and obviously the reason is because in China, they can afford to make things cheaper because of the probably very poor labor laws in other things that mean that. They're able to. Lawsuit Human Rights Issues. With other things, other things that the is cheaper to buy stuff from China. So so that's why people in America by STA from China including trump when he buys the ties and the hat snow lot stuff in China. So by putting tariffs on Chinese goods, trump is trying to make it more expensive for Americans to buy stuff from China and therefore, they will buy those things from America when actually there isn't the manufacturing base in America to to make the volume of stuff that people buy from China. So it doesn't help it doesn't cost China anything. 'cause the people who pay the tariffs, all the American importers, and ultimately the American people when they buy the stuff because the.

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"tarasov" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

06:19 min | 2 years ago

"tarasov" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"This has made it possible for psychiatric patients to make threats well in therapy without worrying their therapist will report the threats to the police or the intended victim. Today for this episode we have three cases, victims and their families questioned whether therapist have a duty to warn the public. Okay on the show. In, nineteen, sixty seven frozen gede potter came to the US from India. Prison, she was a graduate student at the University of California. Berkeley, where he studied architecture. Prison sheet was from the lowest of the caste system in India the untouchables, so it was remarkable that he had won a scholarship to come to California. The caste system in India is based on birth and determines profession, education and marriage potential. Presented his education in America as a way to overcome the limitations he had faced since birth. Present was quiet and did not have much experience with women as typically, his wife would be picked for him and India. He lived in the international house where most international students resided. In the latter half of nineteen, sixty eight, he met Tatyana Tarasov during folk dancing at the international house. Got The. Yana called Tanya by her. Friends was attending Merritt College in Oakland. She was the daughter of Russian immigrants who had left Russia via China and Brazil. Tanya was born in. Then, the family moved to Brazil. The family came to America around nineteen, sixty, three Tanya was an expert at languages. She wanted to become a teacher and then moved back to Brazil. She was very popular and outgoing. After, the to mad, they saw each other weekly throughout the fall and up to New Year's eve of nineteen sixty. Eight Tanya kiss presented on New Year's Eve which led to present jeet believing they were in a committed relationship. When Tanya realized this, she told him that she was seeing other men. This devastated presented who ignored his studies and his health? He began talking to himself, cried all the time and told a friend. He was going to blow up on his room. When Tonya agreed to meet with him, he recorded their conversations so he could listen later to determine what it was. She wanted and what went wrong. He also began stalking her. In the summer of nineteen, sixty nine Tanya to South America. During this time, one prison cheats, friends recommended. He held for his mental.

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"tarasov" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

06:19 min | 2 years ago

"tarasov" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"This has made it possible for psychiatric patients to make threats well in therapy without worrying their therapist will report the threats to the police or the intended victim. Today for this episode we have three cases, victims and their families questioned whether therapist have a duty to warn the public. Okay on the show. In, nineteen, sixty seven frozen gede potter came to the US from India. Prison, she was a graduate student at the University of California. Berkeley, where he studied architecture. Prison sheet was from the lowest of the caste system in India the untouchables, so it was remarkable that he had won a scholarship to come to California. The caste system in India is based on birth and determines profession, education and marriage potential. Presented his education in America as a way to overcome the limitations he had faced since birth. Present was quiet and did not have much experience with women as typically, his wife would be picked for him and India. He lived in the international house where most international students resided. In the latter half of nineteen, sixty eight, he met Tatyana Tarasov during folk dancing at the international house. Got The. Yana called Tanya by her. Friends was attending Merritt College in Oakland. She was the daughter of Russian immigrants who had left Russia via China and Brazil. Tanya was born in. Then, the family moved to Brazil. The family came to America around nineteen, sixty, three Tanya was an expert at languages. She wanted to become a teacher and then moved back to Brazil. She was very popular and outgoing. After, the to mad, they saw each other weekly throughout the fall and up to New Year's eve of nineteen sixty. Eight Tanya kiss presented on New Year's Eve which led to present jeet believing they were in a committed relationship. When Tanya realized this, she told him that she was seeing other men. This devastated presented who ignored his studies and his health? He began talking to himself, cried all the time and told a friend. He was going to blow up on his room. When Tonya agreed to meet with him, he recorded their conversations so he could listen later to determine what it was. She wanted and what went wrong. He also began stalking her. In the summer of nineteen, sixty nine Tanya to South America. During this time, one prison cheats, friends recommended. He held for his mental.

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Breaking Down the Oscar Nominations

They Call Us Bruce

10:58 min | 2 years ago

Breaking Down the Oscar Nominations

"Oscar nominations were announced and and there were just some shocking surprises. Yeah a few good a few bad a lot of them late too stuff. We talked about over the past year here on this podcast so Um I think overall though if to me if like aside for a couple of things that are like wow that's great it does feel a little bit like business as usual to me maybe even a little bit like business as like worse than usual I mean a little bit of a step back and some very significant in profound ways yes I think the biggest thing people are talking about of course is that There were no women directors. Yes that were nominated right Mostly acting categories were devoid of people of Color. I think the the one saving grace I believe was Cynthia Erazo you've been nominated in the action category for Harriet but then everybody else was white right. which is I mean? I mean that's like I said business as usual I'll say it but now it definitely seems like even more like it swung back the other way right. Yeah it seemed like they'd been in progress in previous years One thing about the Oscar. Nominations has always been kind of like A. We've examined them and talk about them and always complain about how. Why are Michelle to April reign as tag Oscar so white One of our one of our past and favorite guests. Yeah fuck us But you know what I pushing it from nation American perspective and looking at films you know I always woke up on Oscar morning and looked at the nominations and being like. I'm not going to be disappointed because I'm not. I'm not expecting for anything I need to get knocked down. There was there was nothing of note that could have was on. You know any of the Academy's radar to be nominated in the first place so that was always kinda finally well it. It must be nice to actually have something to be disappointed. That didn't get nominated. You know But that was the case it so but in previous in his last couple of years as we've talked about a lot we've seen like a the rise of a lot of talent really great Things have turned heads in Hollywood and then contenders legitimate contenders. Absolutely and then now this morning. We'll like Oh gets that was the on anybody's radar and it was all a dream. Yeah but you know. That's that's exactly right. In order to be disappointed you have to have hope to begin with and I think in past years there wasn't hope because we legitimately generally looked at the field in the. We're not films that felt like they could contend. That weren't big enough films and weren't there weren't visible enough parts for actors. There were not it's there's certainly weren't creators producers sometimes right but rarely director is rarely certainly rarely People in in the top acting categories. Yeah occasionally got thrown some bones right like some screenplays or technical craft type stuff for you you know supporting roles and usually but a lot of the time whereas like international actors. Ya You know the the rink Okouchi's of you know of yesteryear. But but yes that is correct and you know what's interesting is that I think we're we're seeing this from the lens now. Not just of a robust emergence in Hollywood of It kind of like diverse normal Sensibility right think where I think really the last five years or so and honestly I. I'M GONNA give April a fair amount of credit for this right you. You know the idea that it is not it is not business. It shouldn't be business as usual anymore. Yeah for there to be diversity. In the LINEUPS and diversity in the nominations diversity in the winners is a really recent phenomenon. I don't think that we were having these conversations before right like a a decade ago every being white was you know it was just the way things were so we went through this period in which that was less normal maybe not normal even now it feels feels not normal. There's there's a a conversation pushing back against it. which is heartening but for us as Asian Americans especially especially I think would complicates it is our real? Emergence has been literally just like the last three or four years right. People still talk about the post craze rotations era right and that was only a year ago two years ago years ago just just over two. Yeah but you know so the last two years and change Because you know this I'm still going to give a little credit to fresh off the boat. You know sort of changing the weather a little bit right We we're still in a flush of Getting used to the fact that we could be and should be disappointed So Oh and that'll said the other side of is global effect right. She mentioned international films. Where we're finally in a place where there's a strong recognition that for film to truly successful? It has to be successful around the world in the biggest market in the world is now China and much of the rest of Asia is now also emerged to a point where you can make money on a film in a country that is not the United States and that isn't in Europe right and A carnal example that for instance. This is Searching Right Oh which you know was a low budget film. It would've made money just the United States but it made most of its money in Korea. Oh Aw like twenty million dollars believe right and it just proves that there's a different business model possible and went business. Shifts Sodas creativity right because because people start building stuff telling stories and casting people with an eye towards winning other eyeballs and markets. So we'll we'll gather we'll have to come back to that discussion discussion because there's a couple of glaring examples. Where where you would? Maybe outsiders thought that movie my dwell in China but it did not. Oh yeah actually yes. In fact I mean I it's not it's not necessarily a slam slam. Dunk that if you cast Asian especially with with an asian-american projects. Yeah that they will be successful abroad. Nevertheless the algorithm them as being developed against what I'd say so all that said let's get down to split. Yeah I think the first thing we well well. How do you want to do this? Do we want to talk about this from the lens of our old favorite the good the band the WPF. Let's just do it that way. I think when we keep it pretty broad to do just pick one and we can we can. We can talk about a couple of goods and bats. Let's just let's just do you think makes them look right. Jeff you want explain the good the bad than W I will. So if you pay attention for the last How many episodes are we done? Now it's been almost a year though since I joined the pot I think it was right after CIA Lunar New Year. So yeah so so when the rolls around the real new all right so As you may know again from listening to podcasts hopefully with great loyalty over over the past eight episodes The good the bad the WF is our signature segment our favorite segments. Or you know we take roundtable approach to a topic We look at it from the Glens. First of what is good would make us feel warm and fuzzy inside about it then what is bad. What shocks appalls US revolts US angers us about it and finally? WT F. The big question marks the the things were still puzzled by and of course we're GONNA good bad T.F. The Oscar nominations and more broadly early perhaps the award season. And what they all. What a says about asian-americans perhaps and And this industry And I guess because we don't have I guess it's just us I'M GONNA throw it to you Phil I to give us a a some goods of course You Know Nick. Please chime in as well and we'll go through the ways as usual all right so for good Well I mean and obviously the the big one for me parasite Tarasov y'all in previous episodes of determines like the best movie of the year. Maybe many yeah. Yeah Yeah. Yeah yeah bongos masterpiece. It racked up six. Nominations including best foreign language. Film was a foregone foregone conclusion. It's got that locked up right. Yeah but you know. Also the big whale Best Picture Miss Writer best director the screenplay and then a couple of technical ones you know. And you're like it's you know I feel like in a lot of ways It's one of those movies. That was Kinda like it was undeniably undeniably a favorite to be nominated. You know if if it hadn't would have been sort of like that would have been the biggest like headlines morning you know so The fact that got nominee for best picture is a foreign language film does not unprecedented. But it's pretty big deal. Yeah I mean. There's no way I can get away with. Not Saying that is also my good. That's it is it is certainly the best thing Not least because it was a little bit surprising. Maybe not to everybody but to me I I was pessimistic enough that I thought they might throw him a director bone. You know I mean it's a big bone they might they might have Nominated a bong director but it seems so likely they would just push parasite into best international and then kind of save the category for for films about anxiety ridden and or aging white dude redden and you know again. 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"tarasov" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

07:05 min | 2 years ago

"tarasov" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"tarasov" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"tarasov" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Well, you'll be you'll be maybe happy to I spoke to Tarasov in from the Boston Globe. When when asked her that question. She did say Todd Gurley. Listen to that. The Rams are gonna win this game. I think. You know? Now, the other match up that I that. I believe is essential. It seems pretty obvious is patriots ofensive line against Rams defensive line. And when I think of of course in these parts giants upsetting the patriots. It was because of the pressure in the internal defensive line. So. You've watched him all season Aaron Donald and especially the way in endemic ensues playing these days. The Rams have the advantage there in that interior. Interior defensive line to be that Tom Brady kryptonite. I do think that matchup is a key. You know, is is something I'm definitely gonna watch and rewatch. I mean, the the patriots offense a friend who has played so well, they have probably been the best offensive line football the last. Yeah. Two months. They've been having tastic, obviously, they score Nekia probably the best offensive line coach in NFL history. And you know, yes in the Rams have, you know, part of this kind of second half renaissance defensively has been the defensive front has gone from kind of pass rushing. I to taking the runaway. And so I don't think it's going to be one of those Aaron Donald multiple sack games. You know, I do think they're going to have a plan. You think of all the great defensive players that you know, that the patriots have gone up against ROY often. Besides that one Denver game that I mentioned the what's von Miller. I mean, really that's the only great. You look at the three great chiefs defensive players up front. You didn't get anything out of order. Those guys the. Yeah. He has Brady hasn't been sachse farm the playoffs and really was barely sneezed on. I think the last couple of weeks. So, unfortunately, Joe our time is up but going to check in with you, and hopefully for your sake, and I think for a lot of NFL fans, it will be we happy outcome for for the LA Rams. I love coming on with you any any time. You need me. I'm available. Thank you so much. Appreciate it. Safe travels. Twelve forty one time for an update Harris..

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British regulator to fine Facebook over data protection breaches

BBC World Service

04:48 min | 4 years ago

British regulator to fine Facebook over data protection breaches

"Hello this is david austin with the bbc news china has warned that the trump administration's plan to raise import duties on a further two hundred billion dollars worth of chinese products will hurt american interests as well as china and the rest of the world the chinese commerce ministry said it was shocked by the us announcement andrew walker reports the us took the first step in this confrontation with new tarasov thirty four billion dollars worth of chinese goods beijing responded immediately with similar measures president trump in turn has asked his administration to prepare for tariffs on another two hundred billion dollars worth of imports from china beijing described mr trump's actions as unacceptable bullying and said they would hurt us interests how china will respond is unclear it cannot directly match the latest tariffs proposed by washington because it does not import enough american goods but it could take action that makes it harder for american businesses operating in china president trump has gone into a nato summit in brussels saying it's not fair to the american taxpayer the us allies have been paying too little into the defense block for decades mr trump said the forty billion dollars of increased contributions since he came to office was not nearly enough he's years back where delinquent the united states so if you go back ten or twenty years you're just edit all outfits massive amounts of money is the united states has and stepped up like nobody he praised the nato secretary general jens stoltenberg working very hard on the problem mr stoltenberg acknowledged that other nato members had to spend more on defense but said that was exactly what they were doing a spanish daiva who helped save twelve boys from flooded cave in thailand has said the youngsters were given drugs to calm them down before that dramatic rescue the thai prime minister prior to turn also said medication was used although it's not clear how aware the boys were is they came through flooded passageways the head of the thai navy seals rear admiral arp according you can do said at it i didn't think the mission to say the boys would succeed what else we didn't think that we could do this we had a little bit of hope that they might still be alive but we just had to move forward there was only a tiny bit of hope but that's all we had to work with and in the end that tiny bit of hope became a reality a senior united nations official says it's been a marked rise in the forced recruitment and abduction of children by armed groups in the democratic republic of congo the genia gamba the special representative of the un secretary general for children in armed conflict said children as young as one year old had been abducted she said they were often used as forced labor or sex slaves will news from the bbc in the past few minutes a court in germany has found neo nazi sympathizer schaper guilty of ten counts of murder and sentenced to life the court in munich was ruling on the case of a neo nazi gang involved in a string of racist dating back to two thousand prosecutors say bart chapa was part of the national socialist underground cell which killed nine turkish greek born emigrants under german policewoman over seven years britain's data protection watchdog says it intends to reveal a record fine on facebook of five hundred thousand dollars or more than six hundred and fifty thousand dollars dollars for breaching uk data laws the british information commissioner's office said the social media giant had failed to save car people's information will be transparent about how the details of eighty seven million users were harvested rory kathryn jones reports the information commissioner began an inquiry into the use of data in political campaigns over a year ago about acquired a new focus when the scandal broke over how cambridge analytica acquired the details of eighty seven million facebook users now the regulator intends to levy a record five hundred thousand pound fine on facebook for failing to safeguard people's information or be transparent about how it was collected the firm ken now argue for a lower penalty a deadline expires today for almost two thousand refugees from namibia who fled to neighboring botswana over be twenty years twenty years ago to agree to voluntary repatriation the botswana authorities say they intend to go ahead with repatriating displaced people who originate from namibia caprivi strip rupert murdoch's twentyfirstcentury century fox has increased its bid for sky tv as it fights for control of the company fox's new offer values.

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