21 Burst results for "Telenovelas"

Janeiro Hotel, Rio de Janeiro

Monocle 24: The Urbanist

03:24 min | 11 months ago

Janeiro Hotel, Rio de Janeiro

"This week after Rio. Well Markle's Fernando are Gusta Pacheco is in his yearly return trip home to Brazil this time stopping by the new Janeiro hotel in the district of long staying. Faithful to the Brazilian Zillion Fashion Label Austin which shares owner. This recently opened home away from home based cheek tropical touches and skillfully reuses. This is an old seafront building. Let's find out more and there is no other city like Rio de Janeiro as soon as you land you start marveling at its mix of urban and nature. Hr Beach and mountain sure. It's also a city dotted with serious urbanistic problems and of course violence but nevertheless it's still has its charm charm. I have a couple of favorite hotels. Stay in the city which I like to visit every year from the traditional Cabana Palace to the newly opened or town soon now which was originally designed by Scott Nehemiah but it was very much impressed by Sinead Ortho. The New Hotel by Oscar mets UvA the owner of Brazilian fashion brand oss cling. OSC LINK is a mainstay of Brazilian fashion with Sheikh Tropical Motifs and and Casual Cut Yorker style calculate of course the nickname for people born in Rio. I always loved the fashion brand. And it's impressive. How much the hotel telomeres. It's look in the best possible way. The hotel is situated in the district of Leblon. The neighboring district to Lebron is famous for its many bars and is also known to Brazilians as the district. Where Soap Opera Author Manuel cavs field. His successful telenovelas sitting behind. Janiro also recalled the stories of the past in the building's designed doing an incredible job reusing fading Slim mm-hmm seafront apartment block. It's woody entrance already tells you this is auto that prefers to keep things described. The rules are simple but they match perfectly with its light. Callers and spacious bathrooms and for me. It's the little touches that make you fall in love with a hotel. The elevators baiters are ferry dock. Nothing worse than massive bright lights in the left specially as you head to the second floor to have breakfast and other place where it is. His hotel shines. Many Brazilian hotels days are going for generic international breakfasts which is a shame as there's nothing better than a good with Brazilian breakfast. Janetta doesn't disappoint the cakes. The Brad the fruit all set beautifully by the hotel chefs but perhaps the biggest highlight of the novel is the Compact Marble Swimming Pool. The top floor when it's still the reflections of the cityscape their ripple in the water show. Why does hotel is so important to real. It captures the best of its surroundings. All within its walls with incredible views to Lebron beach and to the CAGAS US islands. The pool is better suited for light conversation or just admire the view and of course to enjoy one of the cocktails and the Pool Dr..

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"telenovelas" Discussed on The Televerse

The Televerse

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"telenovelas" Discussed on The Televerse

"You and I think that's that's all. I think it's all really really good and it's really sweet. It isn't try like too hard to like be anything other than exactly what you need to be. Which is this wedding to be this moment and even like the one big fun Telenovela esque reveal is Latin Latin Lover Narrators Matteo and has yes and so I needed that and then it happened and I was like Oh and it's it's like the perfect touch for literally? The perfect like button on all of this is that it's been Matteo telling the story the whole time time all I kinda can't get over how really perfect it is and I'm sure I'm sure that people figure that out uh-huh well ahead of us but as soon as like came out I just went that's perfect and also you get Moreno back for the finale that she cares more about Matteo than were helio is exactly correct so no it's. It's just it's really good. It's really lovely the biggest problem I have with the hyphenate one hundred and I don't know why in the title card and it bugged the shit out of me yeah that that's incorrect. That's now. You said. That's not how you do that yeah. You're you're you're wrong. Show sorry but you're wrong about that. <hes> you know and they we're just very committed to this idea of one hundred episodes and it's a shame because they didn't have an episode one hundred episodes of story and that's very clear with their chapter. Ninety nine is a cast and crew interviews which was nice and all but it was a d._v._d.. Extra that they aired as if it was an an episode and I'm sorry you were not the crazy ex girlfriend live show..

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"telenovelas" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"telenovelas" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"He told reporters he wants to preserve his close relationship with genie bus and felt the best way to do that was to step down return to being the team's big brother and embassador he hinted at a few problems to he's an informal press conference that he wasn't happy when he had to make trades or stifle himself from tweeting. Congratulations or he might be accused of tampering and he said he didn't like the whispers and the backstabbing that go on behind the scenes, it's weird. How the NBA's turn telenovela in the last few years. Like there was there was the Lakers. Cool swaggie Pete or something. It was like she was young. She. On the other guy. The other guy was FaceTime or whatever. Like this turned into this weird sort of telenovela that didn't use to like athletes are sorta smoked in the locker room banged everybody sold used cars during the off season. That was just what did now everyone's rat and everyone taking the Twitter and everything that's why you think it's because of Twitter. Well, he said like I can't do this. And I won't do that. I just mean there's a lot of bitching going on at this level. Wrestling a little bit. Yeah. You play basketball. Patrick, right. Don't you know? Yeah. Great. But you did the college never played. But if you think about it all these guys are literally like a year or two out of high school. You know, so still. You were like where you're at nineteen and a half and someone says you have a hundred sixty one million dollar contract. Like, I'd be a mess. I'd be I'd be I'd be like new day and coup say. Say like like I'd be showing up at weddings going to have sex with your bride and they've got getting married. Well. All right. Let's take you don't have to leave the church. Just look the other way. She's really hot highschool and the age and the hundred sixty one million dollars all is. Has affect on people nineteen and a half as digging ditches. So I'm sorta humbled. You know, we're all kind of doing those jobs and living that life that didn't really give us a lot of personal momentum. But I'd say I'd be mass to. Yeah. What are we doing? Barry at nineteen and a half trying to lose forty pounds. My parents actually spent a million to try to get me into high school. A public school. Federal everybody's wrong here. Let's let's back off a little worse crew photo ever. If you're slopping outside of that boat and touching the water on right and left side yet that ain't a great along with the forty three. I road crew. And there is a girl they called her the wrecking crew targeted everybody in the first boat. Accrue group. The telescope countries. Let's see if we just check the boxes. All right. So you've chilly what about Chile? How high the the allegations are Spain who built the telescope? That's chilling better. Two of them from from there from Chile. Wow, that's out. So we're going like it's like they had the area on rocket program, and they're in French Guyana, and they're in French Guyana because it's like on the equator when they launch they can get that much more momentum. So maybe this is about locations. I know we don't have time, but I could call my son right now, who's interning for aerospace, really, really. Oh, really? American university. He will be president of the United States. Lofty, but he was a pilot. He was seventeen he was a number really gonna fly. Fly jets for the military. But then he did a semester at sea. Now, he's at American, and he's awesome. How old is he? Now. He's twenty. Wow. That is a resume. Resume for twenty. My son is called in sick to school in this plane, fortnight and heating the free. Right. Yeah. All right. So what are you? Chilly. There's one in Spain Hawaii. Yeah. But now I have to modify their belly getting certain Yahoo built them rather where we put them. But anyway, sorry. Then Arizona in Artika, Denmark, the French Alps and Mexico..

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"telenovelas" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"telenovelas" Discussed on PRI's The World

"The one. One day at a time is a whirlwind of living in a Latin next family. It's funny because my dad was the one who introduced me to this show. He called me. And he was like you need to watch this show. It is so funny. This is us. This is literally every single person in our family you need to watch it. She's a Jesus now why? She said church poor choice of words. And then I watched the first episode, and I was hooked it was so funny. I think would so successful about it is the levels of comedy and the Spangler that's used that is so identifiable within our community. And it's and read them what I know is a star like how how can you not laugh with Rita Modano? Akin says, how else would we know the day that our little girl becomes a woman? One day at a time touches upon colors where you see Alex who's a lot darker than Leno who's white passing. It's a similar experience with me too. Because my brother is a little darker than metoo. Luckily, I haven't experienced racial slurs. But my brother has his gym teacher called him bunch of Lia. It was like she called him Pancho. It means you don't you're not a person. It just means. You are blending into the background that you don't matter. There's definitely a lot more resentment towards my brother because I think my brother was fooling around with his friends. But it was they were just joking around and the teacher took it seriously towards the only Mexican in the group. And I think watching one day at a time has really sparked interest in how to we talk about these things it was so great to see those really difficult issues being shown on a screen though. Only Latin x family TV show that I ever really knew growing up with George Lopez. It's mostly hair and other than that. I didn't really have any other exposure, I've only known about like actual their novellas. Shula. Michelle. Big only we see on or Telemundo. But I don't ever see that on TV. And now that one day at a time of Netflix that was revolutionary to me. It's really upsetting that not flicks wants to wait washer story and blame. The numbers are community is so used to being rejected and denied including the dreamers and everything that's going on within our community in this political climate it honestly raises the question. How do we tell her stories and who will allows us to tell her stories? One day at a time fan Adrian Zuniga there. Arlene Davila's with may she's the director of the Latina x project at NYU. She studies media culture there. So we just heard Adriana mentioned comedian George Lopez and telenovelas, and I'm just wondering Arlene what's different for you about one day at a time that letting x viewers here in the US feel really represents them. Yeah. I think she nailed it listening to her is basically what listening to my students Sunday sending to Abe any other lobby necks, cultural activists, and what they have been saying for the past twenty or so years because what you have is a media that has historically imported programming. And they basically the approach has been let's just important away. Last letting pork Latin American content week is oftentimes cheaper to produce is already ready packed and you've taken Carol lapping next population in states. So that's being the big issue is. That any lacking thing will do for Latin next audiences and that makes has been going on for decades. And it's a myth that has to do with economics, and what's more commercially profitable? But has nothing to do with the lapping ex but relations living in the United States. What are stories are or anything else would do the statistics say about letting x representation on TV and in Hollywood, wait sad. It's nonexistent after start with the fact that eighteen percent of of the population in states Islamic connects..

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"telenovelas" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"telenovelas" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Com. Just. Sees. This happens. I can wait. Practically. Jeez. Sees. See? On because I want. Hey. Call me. Me. Alexa, and kiss FM are besties just say play one or two point seven kiss FM on iheartradio. Something. We wanted. Avenue. Everything. Wait and. Ow. Wait in. Sixty minutes it next at one point seven kiss affirma-. We are. Number one hit music station. My name is Jay what's your name? Yeah. Yeah. There you go. Origin of the name. Come from my mom. Your mom got your name from telenovelas? That's. Very unique. I can say not really she got it from. Bellas? At back should be more than a meal. It should be die getaway. So we let you create your own lunch combo starting at seven ninety nine. Enjoy a juicy steak steakhouse case today even talking about shrimp and let the bold flavors halfback lunchtime favorites, take you on an unforgettable map ordering journey all on your lunch break so hurry into creating your own lunch combo starting at seven ninety nine. I let his Tyke you away at back. Stike Cass Ozzie? Rules, rises production participation may vary while supplies last. Looking for a new job? There's an app for that really use the careerbuilder apt to map an area and browse jobs and salaries or use the apps augmented reality function to see jobs pop up all around you. When you find a job you want use the app to build a resume that showcases your skills and experience and the key words recruiters are looking for download the careerbuilder wrap today to put the job hunt in your hands or go to careerbuilder dot com with careerbuilder work can work. Dr Pam Wright, medical director of suburban hospital breast center works to improve healthcare for local women. I'm Dr Pamela, right? A breast surgeon. And I'm the medical director of suburban hospitals breast program at suburban hospital Johns Hopkins medicine, I have lived in the DC area my entire life. I see one enduring a very stressful and difficult time in their lives facing the diagnosis of breast cancer. And I n- amazed and inspired by their strength and the courage. They have to battle this disease and breast cancer surgery in particular has.

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El Chapo's wife was in on plans for prison escape

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

02:18 min | 2 years ago

El Chapo's wife was in on plans for prison escape

"News legal analyst Rikki claiming is it knee or do these transcripts read. Like a soap opera, the only telenovela part of this is about out Chapo the wife in the versus. But when it comes time for the business it. It really does read like fiction. Investigators say El Chapo gave orders to lieutenants and spied on his lovers using a secure communications network. The man who built that system was a key witness for the prosecution the fellow who set up all of the wiretap set up. The encryption then got caught by the FBI started working for the FBI and eventually hacked into his own system for the FBI the day that he started to testify absolutely turned the tide of this trial. The trial also revealed various ways, the cartels smuggle drugs through legal checkpoints, dealing with planes and boats, and even the submarine you had cocaine going in to jars of jalapeno peppers for heaven's sake that Eureka Dunkin reporting to a forty-three here in the cold of North Texas winter, maybe you're thinking about a trip to the Caribbean. American Airlines has. Announced it's going to start flying Saint Kitts and Nevis the two island nation sits in the eastern part of the Caribbean islands chain just south of Saint BART's about two hundred thirty miles east of Puerto Rico the airline says it will fly nonstop from Dallas on Saturdays from the last week of may through the middle of August summer route from DFW airport will be on a one hundred twenty eight seat Airbus A three nineteen jet. So you can take plenty of friends. It will leave here about ten in the morning that day and by four o'clock in the afternoon, you could be

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Adventure Series Book Publisher Sues Netflix Over Trademark

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:31 min | 2 years ago

Adventure Series Book Publisher Sues Netflix Over Trademark

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from the almond board of California representing California's almond community a collection of family run farms dedicated to making life better through innovation and responsibly producing a healthy food more at almondsustainability dot org. You know, what they say about your favorite movie? No matter. How many times you watch? It always ends the same. That is not true. For one episode of the Netflix show black mirror. An episode called bender snatch lets viewers make decisions for the main character the format reminds some people of the shoes your own adventure book series. And that prompted choose your on adventures publisher to choose this adventure. They chose to sue. Here's a Lexi Horowitz Ghazi of NPR's planet money podcast. Choose your own adventure books, are what people often point to when trying to explain the concept of interactive narrative the series sold more than two hundred fifty million copies over its heyday in the nineteen eighties and nineties, it's popular. Rarity waned, but the fanfare around net. Flicks is banner snatch has signaled new hope for the interactive genera, Shannon, Gilligan is the CEO. And publisher of choose co the company that currently publishes that choosier on adventure books, and is suing Netflix, even she sees banner snatch as a turning point for the interactive narrative market. I think that we are seeing the beginning of a new genre in streaming end in theatrical release. So why is the small publisher of the choose your own adventure books suing the company that could help jump start the market for interactive content. We simply want to protect our trademark bender. Snatch tells the dark and sometimes gruesome story of teenage programmer as he works to adopt a fictional book called Bander snatch into a video game with multiple branching plotlines, choose coz lawsuit evolved out of this scene knows that she's your own eventually book. You decide what your character does? Look a game. That is the moment. Choose co claims that Netflix ran afoul of their trademark. Choose goes suit claims that net Netflix is use of the phrase. Choose your own adventure causes confusion for viewers about whether or not Bander snatch is affiliated with choose coz signature book series. It's not for the record. It also claims that being associated with the dark content in banner snatch turning the family friendly reputation of choosier on adventure books and the company is suing for both in injunction against net. Netflix and damages of at least twenty five million dollars again, choose coz publisher, Shannon, Gilligan trademark law. Requires that you protect your Mark. Because if you don't you lose control of it. So it makes perfect sense. From choose coz perspective to try to ring. Whatever value remains out of this trademark. Chris bregman teaches law at New York University spokesman says that choose coz lawsuit is also about combating one of the great dangers to try. Mark holders. The concept known as genera side, genera side is the idea that trademark law is not supposed to be withdrawing words from the English language if the trademarked name for a particular product manages to become so popular it's used in everyday language to describe a whole category of products. It runs the risk of losing its status as a valid trademark case. In point the words zipper was originally a trademark for a tooth closure. But people started using the words zipper for any tooth closure and that trademark became worthless. It became generic aspirin thermos escalator just a few one time trademarks that have succumbed to genera side. And while companies are obliged to fight to protect their trademark. They also run the risk of losing it in the process because the legal determination that a trademark has become generic often happens through lawsuits like this one Chris sprig mint says that means there's an inherent risk to choose coast strategy. He other playing with fire because it's entire. Airlie possible that choose co files a lawsuit. They end up with a finding that the Marcus become generic Carla Engelbrecht director of product innovation at Netflix wouldn't comment on the lawsuit. But she says that Bander snatch has tested the technology and confirmed the appetite for new interactive programming. What does it mean for romance? What does it mean for documentaries personally? I would love to see a really soapy cheesy telenovela. That's like slap him or cheat on him. What still unclear is whether they'll choose their own descriptions of what they make Alexi Horowitz Ghazi NPR news. This message comes from NPR sponsor. Comcast business. Business has always been driven by innovators. That's why Comcast business is helping you with technology that provides better experiences. Comcast business beyond fast. Actual speeds. Vary and are not guaranteed.

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"telenovelas" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"telenovelas" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"You don't know what you're going to need to do for this lip saying, you don't want to sort of constrain yourself like if you if you do end up getting peanut butter, you have to do something like that. I feel like how else do you lip sync to that song without sort of rapid movements. There's sort of necessary with the catsuit which also is why I think trinity did feel like they need to remove it right away. They get the whole while she has to do it because she's in a organ giant ask cloak, but also for that lip syncs onto work. I don't know how you do peanut butter with a giant ask look on. So when I will say, you know, she did her according to fair her trademark, but shake, and I feel like that just that put it over the top or over the bottom of for me. I should say. And I mean, she just think jasmine was doing her thing. But I think trinity had the energy say what you want to about the reels with the fact that she she did that actual peanut butter reference in whole compared to Jasmine's like three. Year old dancing to dancing to an EDM song trying to shake whatever they can. And just nothing's working because there's no meat on those bones. Like it was paltry in comparison. I think to your point Brent jasmine understood that as well. So this was by far the biggest slam dunk of the four lip syncs and trinity gets to keep her crown. She was able to benefit from the fact that she was the the most threatening it seems nobody wants to pick her or they had different agendas, and so she a- she benefits from that. All right. Let's go limit on number two there versus Valentina Q the telenovela music. They are doing shitty girl. Now what I will say Farrow was doing faira. And the best way. She could this is a long step from the ant that means well at the wedding dancing that we were talking about from the Henny challenge that gift that Liana absolutely loves to pieces. She was doing her own like, Christina Britney Spears hair tossing fantasy. But my question is like if you're going to do that why did she pick that? That wig that just had her hair so much in front of her face. She was fighting an uphill battle as it was. But I don't think it was necessarily helped by the fact that she had to constantly brush her hair out of her face considering she was throwing it around all the time. Yeah. Exactly. I mean, it's a lip sync Valentina famous for covering her mouth during a lip sing, you know. Like, this is a similar issue. Where hair was just always there. And I think also, you know, the dance moves that she was doing I don't know. I felt like Valentine is dances fit better with a song. And that's part of doing a good job with the lip sync is understanding what the song is an embodying the song and the best way possible. And I felt like sort of two point of oh, the sexy Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera hair, flips like, it was good. But it's also didn't quite fit the song navy as best it could. And that's why I liked Valentine is interpretation more. Also Valentine I felt like it was higher energy despite faira maybe moving more. Maybe. But I thought this was also slammed on for Valentina preventive again. It wasn't wasn't great shakes again. I didn't care for the song didn't think either one of them performed that amazing. But I do agree with Liana that even though Ferrell was moving more that it seems like Valentino was more engaged facially with the song. Like, she. Her she constantly had her eyes open and her mouth moving like, you can live sing, and then you can sink like you can move your mouth in such a way that really accents the fact that your lip synching, I feel like she really succeeded in that. And that's probably what she won this than anything in the fact that she really doesn't have a weakness when it comes to lip syncs like I haven't seen Valentina lip sync badly yet. I mean, if you're going to beat her you're going to have to do something pretty spectacular..

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"telenovelas" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"telenovelas" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of the indigenous in Prague, America's has been as you know. We don't see them as teachers Whittlesey him as actresses. We don't see them. In any kind of professional roles. So that hasn't changed thinking back to the dominant trope of India Maria, which was a very popular character in Mexican telenovelas television that actually it was exported to the Americas. The was the indigenous Maria, which was you know, Dom was not modern and the whole show revolved around the trials of the indigenous character trying to figure out the CD in Mexico City, but historically that has been representations. Right. So you've seen Romo. Correct. Correct. Yes. So what did you like about the movie because yell? It's Aparicio is a domestic worker. Correct. Well, I I'm not seen her in every frame, quite honest, amazing filmmaker on he makes everything look beautiful. But where would you see, you know, her? I think she steals the entire show. I consult a film us a fairytale. This is quite arms fairy tale of their relationship. The domestic relationship between domestic on his. Family very understand. Correct. And he's very personal right? But I think that's interesting because we see her life through his eyes. So again, we have to remember that. This is what she's the lead character. We're not seeing a story from her perspective from the perspective of a domestic. That's why I think it's important that viewers realize that this is a more romanticize view of what that Donald relationship. Probably would look like from the standpoint of their domestic herself. But also the medi domestics, but do look like the league that are indigenous the fairytale that is Roma contrast with that beautiful cover of upper ratio in vogue, Mexico. What did you think about that? When you saw I was low. And I'm not the only one. I mean, I I almost cried when I saw it. And I think that getting the response know, I tweeted something out because that's how I sold. She's just so, you know, and when you can America and you'll see Saudi beautiful indigenous wearing indigenous people, and we don't want it. And that's that's so important to remember. And that's what that convert dos. And I was also thinking in relationship to the US Latin exploration all the people that look like jelly TSA. Who are now they're the ones that are being now separated from their families and the human is in the context of the US migration debate the refugee crisis. These are all Jill leaks that are out there, you know, and they're all of them are as a beautiful, honest human. So I think that jelly TSA kind of brought that to the forefront. Arlene, Davila is an anthropology professor at NYU. She was speaking to us. About actress Lisa about SEO and reaction to her photo on the cover of vogue, Mexico, the US southern border with Mexico is marked in part by the Rio Grande now moved to South America. And you'll find the real mirror a river that separates Colombia and Ecuador. It's this area. That's influenced a band called the Rio Mita your pay..

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"telenovelas" Discussed on The Economist Radio

The Economist Radio

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"telenovelas" Discussed on The Economist Radio

"But experts say these lengthy breaks bad for the children citing summer learning loss. They go back to school having forgotten some of what was taught the before. Some parents to would welcome not having their kids on the hands for quite so long over the summer, but is changed likely. I'm joined now by Amman Rizvi who's written about this for this week's, he called miss among, hey, I mentioned some leading those. I'm sure some of that happens, but is it really that bad? Yet? Research says that it is pretty bad. So for instance, one study from the US south showed that kids forgot on average, maybe about a quarter of what they learned over the previous school year. And the other really worrying thing about it is that the stent of some of the losses often linked to socio economic status. So children from background. Tend to have more opportunities to practice the skills over the summer. They have more access to things like reading materials or summer enrichment programs, and the often come back to school after the break, having forgotten less as has happened sort of summer after summer off a summit, this feeds into a cumulative achievement gap. We're talking here about the rich world countries like America, Europe, and so what what about in the developing world? So one of the problems that there's very little data from the developing world when I was researching the article, I found just one study from all sorts of Han Africa from children involved in literacy program funded by the American government in Malawi and this study, and is also both say that the extent of something learning, those does seem to be quite alarming, but it's still very, very under studied topic. What about solutions? I suppose one obvious we'll be simply to do away with them to have longer school years. Sure. That's one thing that people talk about setting the America or turkeys, big three month, low math on some holiday could be short and quite a bit. But the thing about. Extending the school year is it could face opposition from teachers, for instance, who say they need long break, and I think some some researches. Some experts say that we don't necessarily need a longest cool year. We could have a show to summer holiday by taking the same number of days and redistributing them elsewhere in the school calendar. I suppose the the third thing is to use that summer holiday better. How is it being used at the moment? Yeah, that's definitely something that is often talks about as well. For instance, wealthier families already using the summer days to try and get a leg up over the p. as many wealthy parents will send their kids to tech Campbell, robotics Campo, Niro science camp. But experts say that there should be more available to children from all backgrounds. So we don't have a situation where a rich summit looks very different for a poll Chelsom what this entails is more learning, but not necessarily more school. So children can use the summit to pick up different kinds of skills. Social, emotional learning, for instance, will to pursue survey sort of niche passion that they have as you say, wealthier families already doing this sort of stuff, isn't it another recipe for widening inequality? Yes, it is. It is if children from the poorest backgrounds struggling to get meals over the summer. Well, wealthy families plowing investment into some programs to help kids do better. It is widening the even get from both ends. So I think it is quite important that these kinds. -tunities to learn to grow. Some are available more widely to everyone. Thank you very much, and I'm sure you will be taking some Baker tool if I'd do it certainly won't be the three months. Thank you, Simon, and that's all for this edition of the week ahead. Third forget to pick up the latest issue of the economist. We'll find us online communists dot com on Simon loan in London. This is the economist.

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"telenovelas" Discussed on The Economist Radio

The Economist Radio

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"telenovelas" Discussed on The Economist Radio

"That's when the US goes after very specific with the oil and gas industry, which supplies the majority of Iran's government revenue. The sanctions have certainly had an effect. They've certainly exacerbated this currency crisis. Just the mere threat of them. Contributed to the currency crisis. They've also caused the number of foreign companies, particularly European companies that were planning to do business in Iran, to be their step away or at least think about cancelling contracts. So we've seen Tatal which has a two billion dollar contract to develop a major gas field offshore off your on southern coast will almost certainly have to abandon that contract. Airbus has a an agreement to deliver one hundred passenger jets to Iran will probably be unable to do so. Same goes for Boeing, which had planned to twenty billion dollar delivery of eighty planes. It has already scrapped up contract. So all of the foreign investment that was supposed to materialize after the nuclear deal. It's going to pull away now because of these sanctions. I understand that I can make protests in Iran have been calling for death to inflation was they used to call death to America, people in around now likely to stop blaming America again for the country's woes. I think what's different over the past few months is that people are not only blaming America. They're also blaming their own government for the certainly the sanctions have played a role in hurting Iran's economy. They've made medicines much more expensive over the past five to ten years because foreign drugs have been often unavailable and producers have struggled to get raw materials into the country. They've contributed to Iran having a notoriously unsafe airline industry because airlines struggle not only to buy new planes, but even to get spare parts for their existing aging fleets. But we've seen over the past six months to a year is these protests which have been going on almost every day. Now over the summer, they're aimed at a much more domestic set of concerns. Protesters are angry about the amount of money that Iran is spending on foreign policy on supporting the Assad regime in Syria on sending limited amounts of equipment and manpower to help the who's in Yemen. People are complaining about corruption and nepotism in the Iranian economy. So there's, there's been a. Shift in focus almost than a recognition that somebody runs problems are who made and are not a result of economic sanctions. The purpose of the sanctions stated is to try and change the regime's behavior and to get it to renegotiate the nuclear deal. Is it likely to have that effect? It's hard to see how it will. President Trump has said that he wants a deal that not only limits the nuclear program that limits Iran's research ballistic missiles on also one that doesn't have the so-called sunset clauses by which after ten or fifteen years provisions of the dealer set to expire. The thing is though the existing deal, it was the product of mud only two years of negotiations, but several years before that of very tough, very coordinated. Sanctions that were put in place by the Obama administration working with allies around the world. They were able to bring you runs oil exports down by fifty, eight percent in a period of just three years. They were able to inflict enough economic pain that eventually the regime had to come to the table and make this deal. And this was the best deal. After five years of sanctions and the the best deal that could be achieved the issue. Now for President Trump is it's hard to see how he can inflict that kind of economic pressure on Iran. He hasn't coordinated these sanctions with allies. In fact, he pulled out of the deal unilaterally, whereas all of the other signatories to the deal, say it's the working. And so you have countries like India, for example that have actually stepped up their purchases of Iranian oil over the summer Turkey, which is, of course, a NATO member has said it will continue to buy oil and gas from Iran, and China is quite happy to play spoiler advise about a quarter of Iran's crude exports right now. CNPC Chinese energy giant has volunteered to step in and take over two atolls contract to develop the South Pars gas field. And so you have a number of countries that are not going to comply with these sanctions, and it's hard to see Trump being able to achieve such large reduction in Iran's oil exports, and it's hard to see him, therefore getting a better deal than Obama did Greg Carlstrom. Thank you very much. Thank you..

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"telenovelas" Discussed on The Economist Radio

The Economist Radio

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"telenovelas" Discussed on The Economist Radio

"He's he said about women about gays about blacks, just this sort of shake things up and bring Brazil back to prosperity through even he suggested sort of military involvement in his government. So there are reasons to be worried about him because he, he doesn't have very concrete proposals for what he would do for the country and change. His solution seems to be just to disparage everybody else around him and the way that politics has been done traditionally and that's really captured the feeling of Brazilian voters. What's not known is whether that's going to be enough to push him into the second row. Round. So a lot of people compare him to Trump, you know, in some ways, he is a similar kind of outsider figure whose charismatic in promises to do politics differently. The difference is that he doesn't have a party structure behind him. He's not representing the Republican party as Trump was. And in fact, his party has been unable to form a single coalition, which means he's got only a few seconds on the television. Once official advertising starts. I think he's fair to say that the polls show him with that big popular support base. How could he conceivably win? So he's got around eighteen or nineteen percent the same amount that he's had for months now. And basically he's banking on keeping that strong sheriff voters almost three quarters of whom say that they definitely will vote for him in won't vote for anybody else the and he's hoping that because the field is so fragmented and it's a multi-party system having you know, fifteen percent. Went or twenty percent will be enough to push him into into the second round Abune those three, Sarah other, any other contenders? Well, there are there is more than ten candidates total at a, but two of them are lagging right behind in the polls. He's got cdo Gomez as sort of leftist former governor who is hoping to get some of the voters, who would who would vote for Lulu with his his sort of left wing social programs and slightly populist proposals. And then you have Medina Sealdah who is in a long time, environmental nece twos who's run for president twice end is well known and well loved, but seen as as rather weak. But neither of those to really have the coalition's or the television time that traditionally are needed to to get voters to vote for them. So Ramez, then thanks very much for joining us from Sao Paulo and. Gun show. We'll be talking again as the soap opera nears its climax. Thank Simon, take care. This week President, Donald Trump signed an executive order, restoring sanctions on Iran's economy, making good on his promise in may withdraw from two thousand fifty nuclear deal. Clearly, these measures will hurt Iran, but will there -ccomplish marshalls to discuss all this? I'm joined on the phone by the economists, Middle East correspondent Greg, Carlstrom Heller, Greg. Hi, thanks for having me. Could we just start with the general states of the Iranian economy? Not very healthy is understand it. No, it's not the biggest problem that Iran has been having over the past year is really unprecedented currency crisis. The reality Iranian currency, typically up until last summer went for thirty five to forty thousand real on the dollar we've seen over the past year is it's just absolutely collapsed. That's gone through one low after another. At the end of July hit about one hundred and nineteen thousand on the dollar. It's recovered a bit since then, but it's still well below. Historic levels. The government has tried to stop this lied by imposing some very tough currency controls by cracking down on unlicensed currency dealers. It's also requiring everyone to use the official rate which is still pegged at forty, two thousand on the dollar. But none of this is really worked in in stopping the collapse of the rail on the black market. Just put all the new American sanctions and how big ineffective they like to have. This is the first of two rounds of sanctions that will take effect this year. This first one, it's fairly wide ranging goes after Iran's automotive industry, restricted ability to trade gold and other precious metals. It also tries to cut Iran out of the world financial system. By the main thing, it's access to US dollars. The arguably more serious sanctions will take effect in November..

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"telenovelas" Discussed on The Economist Radio

The Economist Radio

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"telenovelas" Discussed on The Economist Radio

"Long international editor and coming up on today's show as the US reimposes sanctions on Iran, we ask what the effects will be an Iran's economy. The biggest problem that Iran has been having over the past year is really unprecedented currency crisis and are low school. Some holidays around the world, having a negative effect on children and families. Research says that it is pretty bad. One study showed that kids forgot on average, maybe about a quarter of what they lent over the previous school year. But I to presume will with the first round in the presidential and congressional elections, just two months away is beginning to look more like a telenovela Latin American soap opera than a political campaign. A monthly cost of suitors is vying for the hand of an often jilted electorate, they include an old flame passing his suit from jail cell, a sway new has all the attributes spreads nominee one, but treat to tell a bit of a ball and rascal who promises excitement and danger. Unlike the plots of past political dramas, this one is building up to an ending that's impossible to guess. Joining me on the phone from Sao Paulo, to make sense of it. All is ceremoniously economists. Brazil correspondent. Hello, Sarah. Hi, Simon, can we stop with the mood in Brazil at the moment, I is the election yet generating lots of excitement. There's sort of two things going on at once. It's all the newspapers and television nightly shows are are talking about, but to be honest among ordinary Brazilians, the election still hasn't truly taken hold. Most people are pretty fatigued with their politicians and seemed to be sort of dreading all of the commotion that comes with an election and are just ready for it to be over with who's the most popular? Those politicians is this the man I was referring to who's in jail? Well, we've got sort of a crazy cast of characters. The person that leads in the. Polls. When you ask people spontaneously is a former president louisi- Nacional lieu of the Sealdah, but he's in jail and will almost definitely be banned from running. And so when when you tell people, Lula can't run the person who leads is bullshit Nado far right? Longtime congressman who's managed nonetheless to present himself as as an outsider, who can shake things up, and then you have sort of a host of other candidates. The guy who really should win is a man named Giraldo walkman from the PS db are long time. Well, respected centers party, and he's got almost half of the total public funds and television time. So all the traditional advantages that win elections here in Brazil, but he still lagging behind in the polls. Let's take them one by one if is still in jail and can't run. Can he nominate a candidate who. Would pick up his votes. Sure. So the the Workers Party Lula's party has been very insistent that Lula's their candidate and they're going to fight until the bitter end. But if what everyone expects happens and he's, he's kicked out by the courts, they will put up another candidate and they're banking on this switcheroo at the last minute being functional and the votes that would go to Lula transferring to someone else who might be a former mayor of of south Paulo named Fernando Haddad. They haven't confirmed that, but that's what everyone's saying, but it's really unknown whether people's love for Lulu would translate into love for this other guy amid moving onto the man behind him in the polls. Mr. Bolsonaro he said some pretty outrageous things in the past. How why reached we be about his possible election, how likely possibilities? Both Donato is the Grandjean cold NATO or the. Great unknown factor in this election because since the beginning of the year, he's been far ahead of anyone else in the polls and has gotten quite a following on social media and among people for months who who really weren't talking about anything in the election except for of this character in. That's probably because of the inflammatory things..

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"telenovelas" Discussed on Yes, Girl!

Yes, Girl!

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"telenovelas" Discussed on Yes, Girl!

"Like can I just go back in time and forget I ever knew he existed because I've tried to get rid of this man and he keeps showing up on my feet and southeast photos. Why people? What are you doing? No, I have questions about that. It's not funny. No. Okay. I'm just here for the captions. Oh, it's not funny. No, this is many way he made a. He made a confession track of a nineteen minute confession track called admitted. Now, what does he admitted to? 'cause I refuse to give him my airtime. I mean, might know I even tweeted that I don't have time for this, but then like I just let it play. He's admitting to basically chopper Nagasaki what he? Well, he's just saying that, yes, you may have been underage. I omitted Omay. She maybe a little older, but I it. It is just is so funny. I don't know night trapped in the closet. Do this is not. A telenovela. This is a crime against young underage women. Why is killing not in jail, Corey, I'm tired. I'm tired. What is happening? Right? I'm over it and I'm actually over in. It's funny to mention to meet you. 'cause the Mitri on our Instagram, she really, I guess some of his quote unquote fans were coming for her saying, like, you know, don't support him. Don't do this as he's trying to be honest. And it's like, no, no, he gets no sympathy. He gets no empathy. He gets none of it the and I'm shocked that he's so comfortable with his fan base that he release this. 'cause you know, he's trying to be funny. Yeah. This is like laughing in the face of all of us who were like your cancelled, sir. I'm telling you, I will never in my life again if r Kelly's lawn comes on, I'm leaving. No, if my playlist I can't it, I used to love all. And I hate when people like, oh, when I hear step in the name of love, I was like, no turn to shut off and Levin on the little girls. Ooh, I'm telling you every ARCHE lyric you ever heard means something different. Now, y'all, I don't care. Go back. To your heart and ask yourself, how can you? You got daughters. We have sisters, nieces, RAM, really done after this, but let's it tiny. Don't stop streaming his musically better because we're not buying it anymore. Who's buying homes come on. I have been reading about that. No one's by now. Please pool their place. There's your hard to find an actual physical CD in New York best buy stop selling CDs, or did I make that a? No, I think you're right. So I was like, is the era there over in the block land with blockbuster, would ups over there in the workman fields, radio shack? Okay. I'm done. But you know, who is making things new riana oh, Riyadh. Keep blessing us with cosmetic, relate his line. I can't keep up. First of all, I love how riana is, you know you get to angiogram stories. Baggio reviews, always top, and I love every time I hit that button. She's presenting me a.

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As the EU and US meet for trade talks, are the markets overly optimistic?

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

As the EU and US meet for trade talks, are the markets overly optimistic?

"Steady as she goes. European, stocks are steady on earnings after a positive session in Asia never. Mind all that. Other static, which. I now by Kristina. Hooper chief global market strategist for Invesco Christina good morning welcome in our faces at this moment is, this. Meeting today between, President Donald Trump and the European Commission chief. But it seems investors are deter To stay focused on, the fundamentals do earnings Trump trade Earning certainly Trump trade in the minds of investors However I would argue that that may be a mistake Why is that Well because trade could, have a very very significant impact on. The overall, economy I mean let's face it if we start to see any kind of amplify -cation of what we've already seen that could be extremely problematic in a number. Of different ways I would point, first and, foremost of course to the kind of, lack of confidence, lack of, visibility economic policy uncertainty as, an enormous problem something that really camps down, on business investment and we're already hearing about it through fed contacts as well as the Federal. Reserve beige book this, is. A problem yes but as, as I noted the market seemed to. Disagree with you most to group of ten currencies are steady is as traders await developments from this. US, EU meeting well because there's this expectation that none of this will actually. Come to fruition Even though some already has I also. Think a lot of, what's. Causing markets to ignore this, is that there's no frame of reference. Last time we went through a serious economic impact from tariffs you could argue not many of us. Who, are alive so where does that leave the Federal Reserve do you think That leaves the Federal Reserve. In a precarious place but, we know what Sharon Powell's outlook is which is if it's not showing up in the data I'm not doing anything, about it and so even though we're hearing that. There's been a, big increase in economic policy uncertainty and that some businesses have already scaled back or postponed business investment it is. Business as usual and that's really the problem is that we know these risks are lurking there once it. Shows up in the data, it could be too late windows Wall Street factory in. This pause this business that you're talking about Wall Street starts to. Factor it in when it shows, up in the data but even then I think there's going to be focus on whatever is positive that's. Going on right now it's earnings and of course that's a. Very important factor shaping the outlook for stocks but I. Would argue that earnings are in the rear? View window and So what we need to really do is look ahead and, see what the future might bring and so, that's why the earnings calls are important because we want, to hear from companies now thus. Far FX has been a bigger area of focus for as a p. five hundred, companies, but that makes sense I do believe though that tariffs are an. Issue and we're going to, hear that more and more of those people who's fond of asking what could possibly go wrong but let's say it, goes right isn't isn't the market correct for for. Sort of anticipating, based on the facts rather than the potential if it goes right absolutely but I think there's a much smaller. Chance of it going right then going wrong already we've seen more terrorists come to fruition than the market. Expected and so the market, has reacted in a very short term way but on. Its blinders and gone back to focus on positive but the reality is That. If things get worse than it looks as though the Trump. Administration is very much focused on amplifying I'm straight telenovela and so, it could get a lot worse

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"telenovelas" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"telenovelas" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"That wasn't in the cards telenovela has nothing on this situation wild linda gregg popovich and that organization stick close ramona shelburne espn nba insider whatever's going to happen she's going to have that information at the seat takes breath i see just did joining us here on freddie and fitz simons ramon always a pleasure my friend you take care thank by the way subscribe to the freddie fitzsimmons podcast you missed anything she had to say about this meeting and the ramifications after that in the listen to have the espn app apple podcasts iheart radio and tune in i wish people could see the look of ianfitz right now he's got his head in his hands just looking down at the floor and you're holding up the number seven seventy million dollars being left on the table right what do you say it out loud it right i mean that's that's unbeliev that's that's that's lottery money seventy million is a difference we're talking here if he signed with san antonio versus another team seventy million he's banking on the fact that when goes to l a or if he goes l a that he can make that up an endorsement if they trade him to la whether they train la and now he's going to be a free agent next year yeah you can go wherever he wants and that's the leverage factor that he does not have to some extent but still it'd be interesting two thousand eighteen two thousand nineteen if they can't trade him and kawhi leonard says i better get out there and play and the reaction from the fans knowing that he is a lame duck situation a telenovela has nothing on what's going on in san antonio between those two and because the kawhi leonard and lebron james the nba is more like the nfl when it comes to this than ever before that's next on espn radio brought paul george leonard bron james how does that stack up against the golden state warriors kylie personnel that.

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"telenovelas" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"telenovelas" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"Steve the scary movie franchise that's outstanding i'll never see those great pool that would be like if jen kagins what have you got i'm going to say lost the translation and affairs what's what's that lost in translation yes loss translation i take it back that's my favorite movies she's in whilst in trans latian wait for it it's my turn i'm going sizemore on this one book yeah because everyone here tonight is feeling the heat dammit is on fares in a movie she is an overboard yeah she's a new overboard great worst idea of old overboard wasn't good just got by on the comedies my of goldie hawn and kurt russell and everyone is excited that it started a couple that fuck and have children but don't marry each other did you never watch out of the poster did you never watch the old overboard and think what if goldie hawn was like a mexican guy from telenovelas did think that that's what i would finally my dream came true ken what are you going oh it's me i think so i'm still in it okay if you say so i'm about to be out house bunny to would you call it house to house what house bun he to know now they didn't get around to doing that you've been on i don't think i don't think the temperatures right for that movie that's why it takes place at hugh hefner's funeral in the same day the metoo movement.

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"telenovelas" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"telenovelas" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Right yeah we describe it sort of corporate complacency they essentially you know made a bat they would be in such a good position to take on this growing market that they didn't continue making good stuff they kept pumping their tubes full of these telenovelas even though that they were increasingly unpopular with the younger generation of people in india now you have telemundo which is a competing spanishlanguage via company which is increasingly taking market share way from univision so now the now they're sort of playing catch up this reorienting this sort of content that they produce and you know it's i guess we'll see what happens you know to the extent of it can make up lost ground let's talk about the fusion fusion debacle i say you know we'll stipulate i mean i have i have people you know friends and people i've known who've who were very very talented people who were involved in fusion so i i do wanna sort of do that housekeeping both because it's absolutely you know it's true and i want to register that as as a sort of interpersonal level and also because it even actually highlights in my mind the gist utter debacle that fusion was because they did have some very very talented interesting people around yeah i mean in many ways it was one of the more catastrophic media failures that i can remember they hired up all this incredible talent they pumped immense amount of capital into this project but at the end of the day you know a similar situation played out in which they were trying to target this increasingly multicultural market from wheels but it didn't have any sort of strategic direction within net to out cintas sort of carry them through to asha gohar attracting those make good stuff to make sure the coming back more so over the course of years you know fusion just through fits and starts now it changed direction multiple times went through various you know up sizing downsizings and what have you end to end the day in the being offloaded by ac disney which was reaching the partner in addition and then you'll became sort of a relatively.

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"telenovelas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"telenovelas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A lot of from privatistation who's going on even further on our public sector so and she was singing about how pharmaceutical for making millions and millions and and that kind of all those little things put together i think do have a direct impact on on how people see come on what about movies and telenovelas i'm telling a realtor quite i there's a whole theoretical background through telenovela telling available the way for people who don't know is is a acquitted melodramatic soapoperas out there good this yes get very melodramatic middle but you final the kind of typical you know an aburd 'cause road to the typical characters of chilean society at least the chilean ones the depiction of for popular culture of class divisions and racial divisions in latin american wrote everyone really knows about them you in people who don't watch them really know about them so they have an incredible amount of power and how people perceive with these divisions our third littering dave you now and the author and omar el aca is a journalist turned deal with he's seen more than his fasha ref present day traumas having covered events in afghanistan and syria and also guantanamo in the arab spring his novel american war is shaped by those scenes of destruction and human despair but it shifts the action to the united states in the later part of the twentyfirst century so climate change his wreaked havoc florida is submerged and a vicious civil war has been fought between the south and the north over the banning of fossil fuels all sounds rather presi and doesn't air against this backdrop we as readers meet sarut chestnut a young girl trying to survive the bbc's marion of frustration asked omar al akhar the if the novel was inspired by the ideological divide about climate change in america at the moment it looks like a very divided place these days because everything is just much louder in the trump era but it's been like this for a very long time for me this isn't really a book about america.

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"telenovelas" Discussed on All of the Above with Normal Lear

All of the Above with Normal Lear

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"telenovelas" Discussed on All of the Above with Normal Lear

"And so they they resemble uh hollywood you can see it in their genes but they are very much their own entertain i'd never heard of law we would that's incredible yeah wow how close in penh primary in numbers is nelly would to bollywood uh they're they're uh competing if you measure them by the the output of product they cut out i don't know if you measure them by a consumption around the world but there's probably relationship between that and we're doing our best to open a center next in mexico city because we want the spanishspeaking world uh to have these kinds of services to the we've already for some years been working with the telemundo in on a busy on uh especially in telenovelas because the characters and storylines in mexican so in spanish soaps uh have a huge impact on the people who watch them but you were telling the story about the hypertension i just wanted to tell you a comparable story of something quite recent that happen we worked with a show called how to get away with murder and uh uh they had the story arc about a two guys a couple of who decided to consummate their relationship and so they had this conversation about getting tested and it was an awkward conversation but they both decided to get test and the next day at a clinic and hiv clinic in new york we know because someone wrote to whether this is a cruiser crew stores we know because someone wrote to us so the the morning after that episode in which they decided to get tested aired someone who runs a clinic which includes testing as one of its services uh a focused on gay man uh the hey said that a guy came in and said i like to get tested and during the interaction with the person that the clinic the the physician said so uh you know what the ledger to do this is terrific he said well i'm kind of a bearish to say it but it's because of a tv show i saw last night and the doctor said to him you know you are the fifth person this morning to tell me this and we've only been open empower wild.

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"telenovelas" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"telenovelas" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Now in his career to impose discipline on a completely undisciplined white house and a completely undisciplined commander in chief so so speaking of the transcripts though what do you think it's the broader picture that has emerged from that because that he was talking to allies that the united states asprilia in mexico so what can we take away from this these calls were just add mindblowing in if the call with mexico for instance we're talking like a telenovela there you have a president there with the president of mexico basically say you know what i said during the campaign he's forget all that just play play act here let's make it a reality show and just tell him you know i otherwise i will look bad the australians even more mindblowing in the sense of here was a a loyal ally it he he knew nothing about the policy and the his only interest was you're making me look bad eight th i think for a for a lot of reasons are concerned that these kind of called aren't getting out are going to make world leaders say twenty he really need to talk to him on the phone but on the other hand his his lack of knowledge uh it was just stunning i think i gotta go back to this executive legislature took it again when you see a president particularly in this kind of weakness on congress asserts itself now hope put paul ryan and mcconnell has been unable to carry of.

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