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VanVleet scores 33 as Raptors beat Wizards 109-100
"The raptors have a five game winning streak after Fred vanvleet poured in a season high thirty three points in there one oh nine one hundred decision over the wizards whatever the defense gives us kind of how I try to play but definitely was a little bit more aggressive in looking for tonight V. makayla can Gary Trent junior each added fifteen for tomorrow which meant the final thirty four minutes with the lead that reached sixteen in the third quarter Bradley Beal scored twenty five points in Washington's second straight loss since a five a one start montrezl Harrell added fifteen points and ten rebounds for the wizards who outscored the raptors twenty three sixteen second chance points but hit just twenty five percent of their three point attempts I'm the ferry
"thirty four minutes" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"Here today. Thirty four minutes after the hour joining me. This guy was in the news a little bit earlier in the week. Alison hubbard allison. Of course has just entered the transfer portal and no longer it colorado state ram at this point to but looking to continue his football career. Ellison my friend how are you a few days after all the craziness has happened. Good i you know. I wish i could be in the studio. You know i have free time. Now it's been a very very very busy week. I mean coaches call in getting text and email. So i mean man has been hectic week but i you know i'm enjoying 'cause i now get to find a new place to be finish off my career. I'm can you give us hints this point. What happens can you actually give us. I mean i know offers yet. So i mean the best. Most of the places come from the american conference and so i had talked to a couple power five schools. But you know i. I don't know how much they really need Sixty or senior. 'cause they can recruit so easily but there's been a bunch a conference usa in america american conference so far so interesting and we'll be excited to follow along with you. I'm sure you saw the news. I know we're gonna talk some. Nfl but air force. They're sticking with the mountain west as well as state san diego state so the the move is not happening so i thought this ellison i thought maybe joe parker and obviously folks over at air force. They know that perhaps boise state isn't looking to jump ship anytime soon. So maybe that's why they're sticking with it you know and i totally agree with that. You know when they saw san diego state and boise state. We're making the moves which you know. I'm not bashing anybody. But i think they are pretty..
"thirty four minutes" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"Well he said nothing is impossible if it's ordained by god he said he know holy person could run against him in the philippines is donald trump. And then he'll say election was read the big lie. Wow pack yeah okay. yeah. I like how he's been able to go to being the ring and then now he's in politics. He got to go win. He he gonna win. I make a difference. Yeah leadership all right coming up thirty four minutes. After the hour stay woke steve harvey nation. We'll talk about voting registration. And what's going on in texas right after this. You're listening to morning show here. it's impossible. Good news trending out of texas former democratic senator. Baiter rourke may run for governor. The democratic party believes that beta can can beat republican governor greg. Abbott beta served three terms in the us house from an el paso district before resigning to run for senate back in two thousand eighteen and he lost that race narrowly very narrowly to ted cruz. Beta is expected to make the announcement later on this year. We also hear actor texas native. Matthew mcconaughey may run for governor too many texans voters are upset with avid Telling women what to do with their bodies. Oh my god with his antiabortion bill. If prohibition against math mandates and restricting voting laws against minorities the texas governor's race next year. Twenty twenty two..
"thirty four minutes" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
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"thirty four minutes" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"All made with no artificial colors or flavors. Enjoy what you love and look for simply brand sacks online or at a store near you. Hello. everyone shannon gussied getting ready for all the coverage that we have about survivor south africa immunity island episode three here on. Rhp so the first thing you're gonna hear is a recap with me and mike and marian guests from survivor south africa champions off that you will get the pint accident of you which is laid from last week. Because i was a little late. That'll be just after two thousand fifteen minutes and you'll get the very unfortunate my claws interview so sad. That happened at about two hours. Thirty four minutes. If you wanna skip ahead combat. Go from the beginning. It's all up to you. I hope you enjoy. And i will see you on. The other side burst of coronary australia. One million pounds pushes the everyone and welcome to our shape coverage of survivor south africa immunity island. I'm your host channing here to talk about episode three. It was a devastating episode. We lost absolute preseason favorite aunt season favourite. I loved him. It was my closet is so slow sad and talk about it. I have to welcome in the michael. Michael had to use it while he was still only game is great michael. My thank you for being here. I do not feel good about that comparison considering what just happened at this episode i fear you might sell me out chanted you mike maybe maybe it's i'm sometimes irrational and all over the place but you love me anyway so i thought maybe that was as well as close. That was exactly though. I'm listen regardless. I am very happy for the comparison shows in the game of survivor. Sometimes your savior can be your spur the very next time. Yeah sometimes an edit gives you that someone saved you and you did nothing to help yourself in the next week. You pretty much. Nothing wrong if someone actually buried us things can turn around quickly grab we need to bring in our guest. Who would someone we just washed and survive in south africa champions of absolutely stand up from the season of the queen of jury villa the great mary and marian. Thank you here. Thank you so much for having me. I was so excited to have you. I mean that was one of the best parts of africa champions anyway but now we have like all these new people that we love and then we love to watch and then we get into tok-su in just like a win win all around. They excited to be make sides to discuss the episode. Yeah well. I know that. I teased this last time. Marian you had a bit of your own sort of like tribes summit across seasons people who follow you on social media might have seen that you had a bit of a watch party this past week to watch swap episode right three dead and so it was myself. Shane amanda hoosen from season and dino from the season and who else was has been and then we had another friend oval unfortunately had to cancel but it was just so great seeing shaming Always a pleasure to catch up with great characters from your season. And i feel like i feel like a lot of people on the journey to seize five and a lot of people had washington earned right in two thousand fourteen but hopefully have you on the podcast and giving people just massive for that whole season now to check out coverage washed as even back his. We had such a fun time with it. And yet now you talking to us. What a year is a yeah My season was exciting. so shane shane's he.
"thirty four minutes" Discussed on Speak For Yourself
"Thing's gonna happen today especially tonight while here here in Mahalia to t- suit and emmanuel looking. Mac big dog. I said bucks six. Unfortunately it looks like buxton seven but either way. It looks like the bucks. It was going to be a good day. I'll really that's what we'll be going. I wanna go with tabor. What's your name on emi. I to- let's get started in milwaukee money and the books and they bounce back last night with a huge weight opening nets before a game. Seven tomorrow donaldson. Chris middleton by for sixty eight points in milwaukee trails. Steve nasa the nist did not play well and it was just not our best game so i chose the bus the better team in game six. They did but let me start with this jaanus. Go toe koumba over there. See you when he wins. I gotta call him by his nigerian name. Where my dog loses he the greek freak free today. I'm so proud of janas and the bucks did in fact prove they were the better team in game six. But here's the kicker the bucks have proven. They are the better team the whole series now. There's a huge difference. Oh they do not have the better players established that don't have the better listeners. But you sure kevin durant to me is still the best player in the world. But they don't have the better players but they have the better team or at least i'll give you this. They don't have the best player they have the better team. Y'all that are having a hard time digesting that like some cold food. Let me break it down. Like this Lakers four i. E pistons lakers had kobe and shack better players pistons. Have the better team won five. Remember me on them news. Check kobe being gay guys thing. Better players on the superstars to pistons only had they had cianci. They had rip. They have big ben shining but they had a better team. So if y'all can't digest what. I'm talking about go back to the old school. Recalibrate your minds now. Yes they prove. They were the better team. Because when you talk about team it's about collective functionality about the collection of the parts or what are you're all doing incongruence together and finally everybody played their part. What was the difference in this game. Two people through holiday forty three minutes to me. How can a one legged. James harden play forty six minutes in game. Five do holiday and you only about thirty four minutes or so. That made no sense so it was good to see you now healthy come out here and play forty-three minutes to james harden's forty or so minutes get up a better team. That's somebody playing their part. Pj tucker you've played thirty three minutes game five. You pay thirty four minutes game six. But it wasn't the amount you played. It's when you playing because in game five when you checked out k. D. went crazy late second quarter. Third quarter gotten his bag. And by the time you check back in late third quarter. It's too late. Can he was already in full flight cruise control. So we're we just begun. Tucker had a plus thirty plus or minus and all these three points plus thirty plus or minus three points. Far the highest plus minus on anybody on a on a buck starting lineup. Anybody on the team and you only score three points. Pj playing part everybody on the bucks are playing their parts. And it sounded yesterday like a beautiful symphony or symphony. all playing in harmony janas realized. There's people said he's not batman he's robin he's playing. His part wasn't as far that he'd a job. No janas out the playoffs. Jonah says part is the opener the out. Chris middleton is closed. what movie is that. Sports is not movies anymore. Gotta understand the bucks know what they're doing. Finally donna says like you know what my two points count. Just like katie's two points now. Katie gets more credit for hitting a turn around fadeaway over his face. And i do for hitting a layup on jeff green but either way to points as two points. Janas realize you know what i'm gonna beady opener. I'm not even gonna try to be the closer. I'm not gonna try to hit three point shots. That's not what i can do right now. So i've realized let me live within my limitations. The bucks proved they were the better team. But the buck always been the better team now. They just finally use the pieces that they have to work incongruent to show exactly what they're capable love man. That was a lot of good gumbo like you have some going for your loved it. I loved it but you got to close. So you'll know what the hell grandma just said. Boy david crawdads and crab legs is it was good. You're wrong but it was good and this is why no you're wrong. You know you run an talk. The zoo had so many collection. What does that collection of parts collective agreement bruins and all of that was window dressing to the fact that this team has better players playing in this series about it. Let's look at an evacuation start here. Kevin durant the best player in this series. But then after kevin durant. If you're talking about health impact actually play. It starts to look but walkies way in terms of those players just like last night but that doesn't mean that they have this series matter of fact they prove to me yesterday. Oh y'all are lucky. Mother boys are hurt because y'all are not the better team this take this away. They're at home last night. Correct it takes a career. High from chris middleton at home to pull this off in the playoffs. Okay also it takes the most points from drew holiday in the postseason this year to pull this off and whether they pulled off of five in the fourth quarter just k. d. who got. Pj took her to lie. Backer plan on them. And james harden guy one leg left and career. Eight nowhere in the building. So you can't say the in-work not so what is wrong with milwaukee like this team won. Y'all should win. He should be winning by way more. The league is cut the five twice in the second half and all we see. Is chris my free things. They let me hit my shots. Jaanus is supposed to be guy for this team. But that's okay. I'll take the role reversal. But here's the problem. Also be a location reversal and the whole team. Wins every single game in this series. Let's talk about those two guys batman robin according to uday now even in movies anymore. What they are. Chris middleton at fifty three percent from the field. What are you doing in brooklyn as you. Thirty two percent. That's those numbers basketball to fifty percent from three at home. What do in brooklyn number twenty six percent. Keep killing twenty s. He gonna kill himself. Wants to go back to brooklyn sunday right at that hotel. Something they right. In that commute so honest he plays actually better but just the roles are reversed. Who cares if this is gonna be better because the honest clutch. They know damn well if they got to dig. Oh heck a honest and they know also. The doesn't even want to be in a position to be hack. I'm sorry to say man. I got more layers but right now at the top. This team is not even compromised and they still playing like the worst teams preparing to undress your argument. If you do have three six two let me start here. You told me james harnett. Seventy percent is better than chris. Middleton andrew ha la traffic update crow born in your pocket. Okay okay minister. Track no beef with no. I'm sorry. let me he. Ace eighty percent so i have right here. Thirty or forty percent.
"thirty four minutes" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"Of the road that we call bide by. Mr biden says a while there were differences that the tone of the meeting overall was positive putin referred to the president as professional on capitol hill earlier this week. Twenty one members of the house of representatives all republicans voted against a measure that would have awarded congressional gold medals to us capitol police and other members of law enforcement Who were there during the violent attack and occupation by donald trump supporters last january. The rest of the house. Okayed the bill anyway. That number was six to twenty. One is just those twenty one. Republicans voted against it. It now goes to the senate and then goes to the president and he's expected to sign that as well we'll have a lot of going on here The haters until yesterday on daca light this but because of a survey conducted by health charity for young people the most respected member of the royal family right after the queen is actually megan. Markle the survey of people between ages thirteen and twenty-five gave the queen twenty six percent of the vote. Harry and meghan came in second with twenty one percent. Then way down kate and prince william with eleven percent. And i guess this is sort of a father's day's yeah reports that a man with perhaps the world's largest family thirty nine wives and ninety four children has died. I guess he was tired now. Back to the steve harvey morning show. You're listening to party morning. Show all right guys in trending viral video news. Did you all see this double murder suspect. Okay keep that in mind. He's a double murder suspect. He's on trial in tampa for his life. He's been accused of killing his girlfriend and his daughter. This happened back in two thousand eighteen. His name is ronny o neil. He represented himself in court. Take a listen to meet. Their own was so we had to work. A hold on his ass is gordon. Prison seeking talk. Yeah they did double homicide. 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"thirty four minutes" Discussed on ABA Inside Track
"They were fulltime and they all had a high school diploma and earned eight seventy five an hour. I don't remember that coming into play later in the study. They just were mentioning their salary. They just let us know now. I'm thinking that's the study is depending on how much money you make. How much do extra items change. Your performance was relevant. Or that reason. But i i think it's helpful when you get that type of demographic info right because that could make this study have more or less generality to other groups depending but there's so little research in this area that we still don't know that much but that's what we know about this group so they the independent variable here was really deceased two types of preference assessments and then the dependent variable was the resulting ranking of the items based on these preference assessments. So the first thing they did was a ranking survey. They had ten items that were presented. The participant could rank the items one to ten. Now wait hold up because one is actually the most preferred item and ten is the least preferred item. Okay so it's not like a laker at scale. Where five is the here. One is the best so that is a tiny bit different but don't worry all right and you were ranking them. So it's not like you could rank one. Only one thing was in the one slot here the things. Because i know you wanna know what they are. The first one was thirty. Four minutes of time off of work with the supervisor covering your shift. Thirty four minutes four minutes. I don't know why it was thirty. Four minutes the link acitivity four minutes to get to their and then thirty minutes to enjoy two minutes to get there two minutes to get back. Maybe i don't know they didn't say why was specifically thirty four minutes but that's what it was. Maybe it's like when try to look at public school schedules and like nothing can just start at nine. It's nine three next period will start at nine fifty seven. Yeah why so. That was a little bit odd candy. Mcdonald's gift certificate t shirt walmart gift card..
"thirty four minutes" Discussed on ABA Inside Track
"They just let us know now. I'm thinking that's the study is depending on how much money you make. How much do extra items change. Your performance was relevant for that reason. But i think it's helpful when you get that type of demographic info right because that could make this study have more or less generality to other groups depending but there's so little research in this area that we still don't know that much but that's what we know about this group so they the independent variable here was really deceased two types of preference assessments and then the dependent variable was the resulting ranking of the items based on these preference assessments. So the first thing they did was a ranking survey. They had ten items that were presented. The participant could rank the items one to ten. Now wait hold up because one is actually the most preferred item and ten is the least preferred item. Okay so it's not like a laker at scale. Where five is the best here. One is the best so that is a tiny bit different but don't worry all right and you're ranking them so it's not like you could rank everything in one. Only one thing was in the one slot here the things. Because i know you want to know what they are. The first one was thirty. Four minutes of time off of work with a supervisor covering your shift. Thirty four thirty four minutes. I don't know why it was thirty. Four minutes the link to ask the four minutes to get to their seat and then thirty minutes to enjoy two minutes to get there two minutes to get back. Maybe i don't know they didn't say why was specifically thirty four minutes but that's what it was. Maybe it's like when you try to look at public school schedules and like nothing can just start at nine. Nine three next period will start at like nine fifty seven. Yeah why maybe so. That was a little bit odd candy. Mcdonald's gift certificate t shirt walmart gift card..
"thirty four minutes" Discussed on Speak For Yourself
"It comes down to joe harris talking about average is mr acho joe harris the best three point shooter in the league. This season going one for seven again in order to win. I'm not confident about that. What really concerns me. And i did not think i would be saying this is i am more worried about where y- honest authentic the head is at then. I am kyrie irvings. I did not expect to be thinking that going into this series but after the first two and after not just shooting eight threes and only making one of them but taking pull up threes and then on his free throws you already. This is the second time you've had the ten second violation and yet you stubbornly continue to do the same routine like what are you thinking. Never mind the on getting the ball in the pinch post or the mid post which is exactly where i want you to get it and you're backing out and deciding. No i want to go face up. Go off the dribble. We're blake griffin can tie my shot for a jump ball with the game on the line. He not successful face up driving. He's very successful as the roller in the pick and roll catching it in the mid or the pinch post and yana seems to be operating on his own agenda as if he has something to prove like no i can make free throws taking this too long process and no i can make threes no matter how many i miss and that concerns me because that's about proving something to yourself as opposed approving that you're part of the team slick i love what you said and i co sign everything you said. John is change. Your free throw approach immediately pleased. You took twelve and a half seconds to shoot a free throw yesterday. What is wrong with you flick. Let me let me hammer this point. My point is we've all sat at one point in life at a casino table whether it was poker. Blackjack game of choice we all have slipped and while we sat at this table for me it would be blackjack. We've all endured some very rough hands. What we know is this for every very rough stretch. There will be a very good stretch. The question we have to ask ourselves though slick is. Do we have enough money to stay at the table to see a very good stretch. It'll come because as we know law of averages will always come but the question is would we still be at the table by the time. The very good stretch happens for the bucks. I know what a good stretches coming but will it happened in game. Four game bible that happening game eight and gain nine. We'll still will. They still be there by the time it gets there or will the series already over. But i do know what's happening. The other thing goes slick that i don't think anybody is talking about. Is this the biggest concern with. Mets has always been health issues. James harden one of their big. Three's hurt i tell you. America it does not volume and intensity that hurt people. It is volume and intensity too quickly. That hurt people. Kyrie irving plays thirty four minutes a game on average two of the last three games. Kyrie irving has played forty five minutes per game so not only. Is he going from playing thirty four minutes a game two now. Forty-five minutes game essentially an additional quarter of basketball but he's also going from playing nine intense regular season games to extremely intense playoff games. I wish injury on no man but as an analyst you can also start to predict some issues that may arise volume intensity too quickly for team that has already been injured or middle and superstars that had been injury riddled. I'm confident the bucks will make a series. Because i also think the nets may face further health issues as an excellent point with the minutes. I agree with you having to play k. d. and kyrie forty four forty five minutes every night is a recipe for disaster. But i'm gonna go back to your blackjack and now it's not just that you have the say that you have enough money to stay at the table to get through the bad times in order to enjoy the good times all so a of sticking to your principles and the basic laws of blackjack and not losing sight of that. When not coco is shooting eight. Pull up threes. When that percentage does not work for them doesn't work for them in the postseason doesn't consistently work for him during the regular season. You need to stay with what works. You need to to stay with your principles. Even when you're not getting the results that you would hope and that's where the bucks concern me. I don't like their overall approach to the game. There are other teams in these playoffs. Where i look at them and they may be losing. But i'm like. Yeah but you're going to be okay. Because of those law of averages things are going to come around and we're going to talk about one of them before. The show is over but in this case with the bucks and jonathan particular. He's doing things that are not officiant that go against the best practices for him in in any game much less a playoff game. And that's what concerns me that they're going to be able to turn this around what slick you'll be a preacher right now even though i got preacher suit. Let's talk about it. You're talking about the formula for success. And what i see from the bucks. Why have no confidence. Because they're formula for success. They are not sticking to that script. You pointed out goddess one for eight. That's not how you guys gonna win even if they all go win. That's not what coaches want to see coaches dictate philosophy. They call the plays because they're trying to create predictability reliability. We've all been here before. I have messed up and succeeded. I didn't do what supposed to do and it worked out now. Here's the problem to the out siders. Everybody like cleven results on the inside up feeling along. Because i'm like i can't replicate that. And if you look at this art show janas wolf rate law of averages. Say he won't shoot that low again. You know what law is going to go to eleven if he thinks this is the way for them to go because jonah suffers. What a lotta tremendously gifted athlete suffer. What's that it's the curse of the gifted is the process of fundamentals. Look i was tempted to skip it as well. But i didn't but i was tempted and we all know what that is. You're in practice and you're one of the gift was and so all of a sudden co says just run these cones and go through these hoops and you starting to say man. I'm past that already. Look at the results so you skip. Meanwhile little jimmy. Oh they're hitting it. Because jimmy like man. I ain't nowhere near you marcellus. I gotta do all these little things. And then one day jimmy meese marcellus. Marcel says not on his athletic high or jimmy zone is athlete a car but then the fundamentals are what. Keep you going down. That process yacht assist skipped a step or two and it's okay because he's still going to be able to out athlete most moments. But if you notice in high lever situations or playoff situations all certain a lotta this foundation collapses why because the fundamentals really aren't in place with rome you can buy a car entirely all i have it delivered straight to you so you never have to go to a dealership again. Yes instead of going to a dealership you can buy a car from home park or even as you listen to this podcast literally anywhere else with room. You can browse thousands of cars in one place. So you don't have to spend your weekend drive in out to a million different dealerships. You don't have to negotiate pushy salesmen. 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"thirty four minutes" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"Okay windows up. There will be a few that will get down south but not as many as many as we got down here. They don't really travel if you open those states first of all. They're perfectly harmless. They don't bite or steam right. You got some size on them. No no their landing your faith the mouth apparently like your upper body all right coming up at thirty four minutes after the hour. President obama says he expected more from the gop to stand up to trump. We'll talk about that right after this. You're listening to steve harvey morning show well during a wreath and chat with cnn's anderson cooper president. Barack obama recently weighed in on what he expected. He said that he expected more in the gop he wanted them to stand up to trump and his falsehoods about the election. The big lie take a listen and the leadership of the gop briefly for a you know one night when they still had this sort of of fear in you know against the president and then poof some lay. Everybody was back in line now. What that the reason for that is because the base belief and the base believed it because this had been told to them not just by the president but by the media that they watch and nobody stood up and said stop. This is enough. this is not true. I won't say nobody let me correct. There were some very brave people who did their jobs. Why the secretary of state and georgia who plus then they shall sleep attack for and all those congressman started looking around and they said you know what i'll lose my job. I'll i'll get voted out of office another way of saying. I didn't expect that there would be so few people who would say. Well i don't mind losing my office because this is too important. America's tools and things are more important than democracies to import. See and they're not gonna do it. He's he's he's just as block. Oh baba listen. These are the largest collective group of cowards that i have seen in political history in mali. This is the most cowardice group of men and women. I have ever seen and they could miss me from now on with this. Conversation may talk about love of country in god because you now have a man that you place in high regard then you'll lord and savior and i'm sorry. That's not forgivable to me. I don't i don't have time for you because you obviously. These people are more free and want to be in trump's good graces than they the constitution or god's grace and i'm going to cowardice always about the constitution they use constitution when it's convenient. Yeah we're not in the constitution people of color not in the constitution. See and i don't know you know. Look y'all can quit telling me they can stop saying to us that that like pits with his ignat behind who donald trump leftover there. Who had they had a hit out on him. He was upset at first. now he did. He said we me and me and the president way never agree on this day but now guess what his last statement is that oh systemic. Racism is a left wing. myth off. Are you kidding me man. So here you go again you know. And and and the problem with racism is the only way we get to solve. Racism is that we admit that there is racism but if you have the leadership the former vice president all these senators going. There is no systemic racism. Did they have nothing to address. Thus the problem continues you tell my peers. Y'all got the frame at at the cap. During the insurrection of that is that's very is so free of donald trump and the base like like by president obama and that's causing this whole thing and they're just cowards. Let me tell you something folks. They think that they've come up with these new ways to stop us from voting. They have awakened sleeping giant. We will never go back. We offer ever ah power voting block. And what is time for the next election. We'll be pushing and pushing and pushing and all that voted for that you're out next year is gone. You will not be enjoyed. You won't be let's turnout. We had for also often warning gonna be the same turner you thank you but we will remember this voting bill and you signed it and wouldn't let anybody and to continue to. We will remember you all right coming up next at the nephew with today. Prank phone call right after this. You're listening to morning. Show coming up at the top of the hour right about four minutes after. It's my strawberry letter for today. The subject cast the nova is living in my house We'll get into that. Yeah we'll get into that in just a few but right now. The nephew is here with today's prank. Phone call what you got for. Its math no anchovies. The aimable no end shelby z. Because black people don't eat anchovies karla. Okay we serious about this. I don't know one black person that he'd anchovies own bay pizza before you eaten them before when you order pizza do you oughta and not anymore. Okay you came back to the race after. Do okay okay. Let's look at it before we go to this. 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"thirty four minutes" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"Go ahead summer on all right guys. So here's some financial questions for you. You have extra money at the end of the week or at the end of the month. What's your instinct. Is your instinct to look for something to spend that money on. Are you excited to put that money away in savings or or do you automatically look pay down some debt. All right steve. You're where the money resides. You can go first or you can go less. We'll go hoot. i'm stacking. I'm putting it. Yeah i knew that would be your. You're you're excited to put the money in your savings. You have extra money at the end of the week at the end of junior year next. What's that he you the spend when say i should. My cellphone won't deal. Was that there obstacle com. Spend yours okay. True is paid up all right. Come on where to money reside. She wants me to be honest. My initial inclination is to go. Buy something in the better judgement of me. Says i don't put it away. Always live to invest in saving. Money is is fine. Nothing wrong with that at all. But i look for investments all the time and i mean like if you if you will common person just a regular working person you know The acorn apple is a great thing to get. Where all of your change rounds up to the nearest dollar. You could make an arrangement where they take out more but all of your change can be put into an account knee invested for stuff like that out there man. Okay like for example you pay card you got acorn and you pay your car through your acorn app. And let's say you pay it with a twenty dollars. You know something. 'cause you know thirty dollars in forty eight six around rounded up you could say rounded up to the nearest five happened to nearest ten dollars or the nearest dollar. Let's say you spend thirty two and you say rounded up to new extent and they'll charge you forty dollars but they'll take the eight dollars and put it in an investment account for nice nice or you could say rounded up to the nearest dollar thirty four twenty five thirty five seven investment and s a smart way to grow money instead of just say. That's just a suggest. Yeah so so your your initial instinct would be suspended but yeah but your red dog. I've been here on the show. We know half day. And i've been some places. He all below the poverty. I've been in the dog yelling. Seen so don't ask me gene. You a dog will be all right coming up at thirty four minutes after the hour. We're going to talk about june being black music month right after this..
"thirty four minutes" Discussed on Still Buffering
"Which i don't know how she i don't know how she knows about drama tubes the youtube some people don't like her i think she's fine fine. You know some of those songs i like. She was like but why don't they like her. This song is about the usa. I'm like hold up. Are we complaining like conservatives. Love the usa. This is a whole song about partying. Say why don't they like her. I was like i don't know. Yeah i don't really. I don't know and of course i do have to add because she is taylor swift's proteges. Many of called her and she says herself that's like her biggest influence. There've been lots of conspiracy theories about a follow up album coming to sour. That's called sweet Because it's only eleven songs and it's only like thirty four minutes. It's a fairly short album full length albums And because she is written at thirty or forty songs that have all on her instagram and most of them are actually love songs. Not most of them are breaking up angry songs. Most of them are more upbeat. Love songs were happy songs at least And she did a marketing campaign with sour patch. Kids where they made a libya rodriguez sour sour patch. Kids and the catchphrase sour patch. Kids is tower. Then sweet so there you go into. Some people are guessing. Maybe this is eleven songs all about breakups it sour. Because it all falls under this and then there'll and then there's eleven love song called sweet And there are other things like when she first teased. Good for you. She posted a picture and that cheerleader uniform. In front of lockers at high school and one was number five. Fourteen and good for you came out on may fourteenth cheetah live version of favorite crime. And there was a number on the house that the numbers add up to august thirteenth. Which is a friday thirteenth. Which is taylor swift number. So do you think that. Taylor swift's most lasting impact on music. F- will not be all the wonderful music. She's created because she has but the easter egg. But the idea that you also have to engage mystery and some sort of secret agent like communication with your fans like the saul franchise taylor swift to see original. But she's just happy people that continue her work only know torture traps just pleasant albums. There was like i don't i. It just has to be so fun. It's just what i imagined that like. So many people are trying to dissect every single thing you will ever share that you can just share something. That's totally monday. And has no meaning at all. And you know they're going to be hundreds of people online like taking part Even one of taylor swift's co writers has a. He's an artist as well. And if you sent an blink envelope to jack antonoff bleachers him. His address po box. They'll send you back a little piece of a puzzle and then ever on the internet like put all these numbers these puzzle pieces together and figure out on their album was coming out. Like i don't know what it is. But i think it's fun. I enjoyed it a little hunt but also sometimes frustrating. Because like every time. Taylor swift post something. I'm like oh what is it mean. She said happy pride. What is what does this mean. I like puzzles like putting smart marketing. Yeah i know. She's got no-go house. Are you going like it's a team. It's someone who has experienced a teen girl knowing how to market to teen girls..
"thirty four minutes" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"Interesting You know dibitetto is was probably reluctant to to start. Rose in the second half obviously did it but you know it. It's crazy even dibitetto. Who already puts his pedal to the metal with regards to his minutes. And you know the players minutes and stuff like that that he's going to go the extra step even with rose and the you know the concerns we've had about rose for years with his his body holding up and everything else am just whether or not you have enough off the bench of that point of view. Start him in the second half in the fact that even he extended him and played him thirty nine minutes number looking at twenty two year old. Trae young. not doing it. Just has the bill of like the milwaukee stuff from the last couple of years. Where would play thirty four minutes and bug. Kind of you know well. I don't know if i wanna push on his. He's not used to playing more than thirty five. It's like come on man. Like what are we doing here when rose can play thirty nine and you're not playing a twenty two year old more than thirty six. What are we. What are we doing here with the player. So it'll it'll be curious to see what happens. I would venture to guess. I would hope guess that will loosen the reigns a little bit and just let us guys play. Because they were up by pretty comfortable margin they were up by what eleven while. I think it started the second. Half of thirteen and that evaporated really quickly in that pretty much coincided with when may pull the starters and again not just pulling them but like pulling them essentially in mass three four five at a time. And you know when you're doing a line change sort of thing the way you do in hockey It opens you up quite a bit to to just having the wheels fall off. When you don't put those a he had no more kung fu. Also i just wanna know district wide to him. He's gonna be awesome. But just john collins needs to be your backup five the playoffs like what are we even doing. I still think atlanta is going to win and five. Because i'm not a coward. And that was my pre series prediction. As soon as i'm wrong you can yell at me and everyone. All of our wonderful listeners can send an angry emails real quick. I just wanna say that my most disappointing player is Bam adebayo and this pains me. Because i love bam one of my favorite players in the league as just you know. I wrote a piece earlier. This season about how i thought. He was one of the more under appreciated defenders and probably should been a top three pick for defensive player of the year Defensively he's been okay. I think in this series against the buck so far i'm not gonna blame him for brin forbes hitting nineteen three pointers in the first half of game too but his his tentativeness on offense is just. You can't like what happened like he he developed. He spent the entire regular season. The offseason developing this midrange. Pull up. That's pretty good. Pretty pretty dangerous and threatening and then he just has couched it basically for the the the entire series so far i mean. He refuses to attack brook. Lopez when brooke is deep dropping And you know there was this one play where Jimmy butler just literally looks at bam as bam looks at him Bam catches a pass at the right elbow. Looks at jimmy. And jimmy waves his arm to like attack. It's like just go ahead of man lake. You're a foul magnet..
"thirty four minutes" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
"But for now the rain still being quoted in any dc three hundred and sixty five miles and two hundred and seventy one miles for the two different battery sizes again a very big car full of technology over the chinese market. And i'm guessing it's probably going to sell rather well that next. We'll talk about tesla dropping lawsuit against a former employee. This is really interesting too big on this. Because it's kind of internal politics. But the chinese av make expon announced. The tesla dropped their lawsuit against one of its former employees. Now the suit was fest followed in twenty nine teen with the northern california. Us district court for theft of ip intellectual property related to autopilot all the autonomous driving systems. That tesla uses not specifically also pilot which the product name they use a former employee. Left tesla went to x. pong and hides Uploaded some files to that personal cloud rather than i gather a work system And also after they resigned. Have a work laptop for A period of time and over the past couple of years. They've been allegations. It'd be for cafeterias a lawsuit. I want Not the receiving end of either of that so But over the last couple of years they'd been allegations that x. peng had somehow stolen tesla autopilot and of course as soon as as soon as elon. Musk weighed in on any topic. Not just this but I can't recall the exact tweets that he says what misquote him The tesla fan base piling is obviously. They must have stolen everything expert expert said. Look you need to follow up on the suits and do something about it. They never made the actual coal company policy to the lawsuit. I need to the individual and there's been a two years of Of extensive work going on and from what i can gather zero substantial evidence to support any allegation or in new endo aimed at the chinese company that full. The suit has been completely dropped. And that's an important thing because we don't want to be talking about things like ip when it comes to chinese companies. It's pretty hot topic. And if you invent something you wanna make sure the credit for it and someone isn't doing anything they shouldn't be and in this case nobody did next. I'll talk about neo presenting the next generation battery swap station chinese evening. Make a neo as unveiled the next gen a battery shopping station You can do three hundred and twelve battery swaps a diet. Which is amazing isn't it. Of course he won't go. It won't suit everywhere in every part of the world. But there's certainly bits of china where battery swapping is really useful. And there's so many benefits to as well like you just pull up an encyc- six or seven minutes. You have a fully charged battery The the batteries wants out of your car can be charged slowly not. Dc repechage is good for health. They can be checked all the cells Checks the battery going into your car is is good. The battery is owned by. Uc's paying a small amount per month to lisa the battery and of course the dimensions. The external dimensions of the same size says battery technologies improved to the battery packs of actually got bigger in capacity. Lots of reasons why it works for them and their doesn't work everywhere is business model But really fascinating. The the they continue to improve. There's those battery swap stations where they done automatically. There's two hundred thirty two hundred and thirty nine cents. I think in each station. And it's a completely kind of self service battery swap you pull in. It's one click and you stay in your car and the system like i say three hundred and twelve battery swaps in a in a in a day. That's really efficient way of of of getting new energy in your even if you can't charge home okay. So the opportunity charging next. We'll talk about bmw. And the x. the i three. I should say which is their electric version of the x three The fos- charging analysis has been done the first version of the x three with its let me get eighty kilowatt hour battery on wwl. Cpi does they give a range to eighty two to eighty five miles as four fifty. Four fifty eight kilometers bmw says that charging to eighty percent takes thirty four minutes now the charging network fast net. A love this. They tend to release charts of what they've seen from people plugging in cars to that charging work. I love it. They share a lot of data the bmw. I extremely strong at one. Hundred and fifty seven kilowatt charge speed. That's really good. Then he steps down in increments rather than being a slow curve as the battery fills up. The speed goes down in terms of the charge. There's big steps which is not how the cell chemistry of of the battery works Cells have a sudden step downing In in power they can take the battery management system. They're doing what is right in the engine in their engineers opinion full maximum efficiency longevity and and charging speed and all kind of things so multiple steps down rather than one nice curve is about tree as the battery Ending about fifty kilowatts might be undoing. Eighty to ninety five percent which you can still really really quick big buffer going on with the x three really interesting to see i thank you for sharing the data and that is your news for today right question of the week. We were talking about on question of the week whether you think av companies need a high profile figure ahead in order to attract attention. Lee brown in scotland says elon. Musk is the master of pr. And that's where tesla don't need a press departments without a loan. The speed of transition to evs and clean energy wouldn't be as quick so love him or them wareham a data gratitude any other. Ceo that would try and copy at. How he operates would be exactly that copycat. Alan does enough for all of them already and shows no sign of slowing down next. We'll talk about rich. In chapel hill. We have enough of a problem with demagoguery in modern society These days just make a wide variety of the cows available. Make them cost-competitive a bunch of pseudo ilan's tossing out verbal hand-grenades fa- clicks doesn't help anything mark. Arca said i think elon. Musk his personality. The vehicles that he's making responsible for creating excitement around vs. However i think other ceos behaving similarly would create skepticism with people more interested in cars as just a practical part of their life. Who are probably the majority of. Cobb is toyota's practicality and sales numbers would be testimony to that raj narayan says we leave linda tie when there are many who would be best south by any who'd i realized that in times like these via doctrine benefits from cheerleaders like an alone. And look at what. Tiger woods did for the popularity of the sport of golf. That being said we don't need every car company..
Quite a show: Zags stay undefeated with 85-66 win over USC
"Top seeded Gonzaga's dream of an undefeated season continues as the Bulldogs clinched a berth in the final four with an eighty five sixty six west regional final win over USC Gonzaga led wire to wire scoring the game's first seven points in its lead never dropped below double digits for the final thirty four minutes of the game drew to me leggings I go with twenty three points and five rebounds while Jaylen Suggs and Corey Kispert added eighteen points Suggs chipped in ten rebounds and eight assists I see mobile is nineteen points and seven rebounds paced USC about installing
"thirty four minutes" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly
"Zero carson native is going to get fourteen hundred dollars because he's part of a disadvantaged group yup so that's good choke are of. He gets paid by you and me after he blew up the boston. Marathon deal so guys. I got twenty five minutes worth of video and now like thirty four minutes of programming. So i've already talked too much. So here we go Minimum wage on the table. Kate betting field white house spokesman asked spokesperson. She's jen. I guess assistant was on tv. Asked me to help people in your district. I think it's passing this bill so we're certainly hopeful that the house is going to move quickly. Let's look forward. It now seems clear that you will need sixty votes if you want to raise the federal minimum wage in the senate. That means you'll need to win over at least ten. Republicans not to mention joe manchin. I i know present. Abidance supports a fifteen dollar federal minimum wage. There are not even fifty votes in the senate for that. You just heard mansion say he supports eleven dollars an hour some republicans such as romney and cotton say they would support ten dollars an hour. If a ten dollar minimum wage bill came to the resolute desk would present. Biden sign it. President biden supports raising the minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour. That is where he stands. That's where he stood for a long time. He believes strongly that. That's the level at which people in this country who are working full-time Can make a living wage and not be living in poverty and and he believes that's a fundamental matter of values. He doesn't believe that anybody in this country should work fulltime and be living and be living in poverty. They're currently but there are currently no active discussions about lowering the threshold. These are details that are going to get worked out. We just the senate just passed our our american rescue plan this massive effort to get aid to people who needed across the country and make these investments. So we're going to. The conversation is going to turn to how we tackle the minimum wage and the president is looking forward to working with congress to determine the best way to do it. But what. I can say to you right now is. The president is committed to raising the minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour. So raising the okay. So presents committed raising which minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour. Well it doesn't matter because The senate now as a fifty fifty split and joe manchin is the swing vote. And i think modern enjoys the spoiler role or not but he basically now becomes the most powerful man in the senate people who were working with senator portman or whomever. None of them voted for the bill. And then they pointed things got left out and let me ask you about one of those things because one democratic priority that got draft from the bill was a minimum wage increase the federal minimum wage and increasing the federal minimum wage to fifteen dollars. An hour was one of president. Biden's first campaign promises congressman alexandria ocasio cortez democrat in new york. She's singled out you and arizona democrat. Kirsten cinema in front of reporters on capitol hill last week. She said quote the fact that we have two people in this entire country that are holding back a complete transformation in working people's lives the same people who have held our country together throughout this pandemic is wrong unquote. What do you say to her. And on the issue of the federal minimum wage increase. Is there any situation where you would go higher than eleven dollars an hour. We're going to go and do something. Because there's not one senator oliver one hundred not one that does not wanna raise the minimum wage. Not one and with. That said we're gonna make that happen. The fifteen dollars. Minimum wage never fit in this piece of reconciliation. Those are the rules of the senate and we knew that from day one and they made a big. I know they made a big issue about this. And i understand. Everyone has the right The congresswoman enid. I respect where. She's coming from. I respect her input. We have little different approach. We come from two different Areas of the country that have a different social and cultural needs With that you have to respect everybody. We're going to get that but it's going to sit down and be done in a by. I hope in more of a collaborate way bringing to now. What i've done child would you. Well let me let me tell you what needs to be done. Joe biden has said anybody that goes to work. And i believe this with all my heart if you go to work every day you should at the end of the day be above the minimum guidelines as far as the poverty guidelines. You should be above it. That should be the absolute low base. Well when you do it and he figured the numbers chalk it comes out till eleven dollars. That's how i got to eleven and we can do that very quickly to within a couple of years once we get to eleven dollars and it should be indexed for inflation so it never becomes a political. Football should be respected. The dignity of work always being by the minimum wage of what the guidelines were. Poverty is and being able to lift yourself way. Far above that by your skill sets and your determination and that's all we're saying and that's what we've been trying to work we ask the easiest lift at all when you have that many people that want to raise the minimum wage from being simply low at seven twenty five to above the poverty guidelines. Let's do it and that inflation. Take us from the standpoint indexing so we never fall below that now did you hear the key thing. joe manchin said their sinful. Elo sinful fellow. It's a moral sinful alot. Everything becomes a moral issue with these guys. Every single thing becomes of is just how they roll right so governor. Abbot in texas is the guy who's gonna has decided he's gonna Combat td s a little bit when the big companies. Decide that a guy like means to just hush right and You need to turn off my channel or or reduce the distribution of the show or the page or something like that. Apparently that's not going to be something that you can do in texas. The united states of america was built on freedom of speech and healthy public debate. Big tex efforts to silence conservative. Viewpoints is unamerican untaxing and it is unacceptable and pretty soon it's going to be against the law and the state of texas..
"thirty four minutes" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"My george town hall. Your baby overall currently have a nine eleven record overall seven and eight in the big east one game behind providence in saint john's another team that's over achieving. The hoyas and i said you sit there and go seven and eight the big in your dancing like your martin vandellas out there. Dancing like james ground up their dad's another feeling like they're lionel. Richie come on the fuck. You talk about well when you hear in the preseason rightfully so that georgetown unanimously was picked to finish last in the big east conference. Yeah there were times. I came on this podcast. Were in the five game losing streak after amenable homicide the five-star crew. That's going to help changes program around. I said you know what if jordan finishes three and twenty three. I don't give a shit. I think at the time they were three six three and seven some nonsense like that or two and seven. Some nonsense like that and i was like. Hey look this year. Don't give us don't give flock. Don't give a flying flip about this season because we got jay big billingsley coming in. We got tyler beard coming in. We got ryan matombo coming in we have jordan riley coming in and we have a moon who mohammed coming in. So this season who cares. I don't care. And that was more. And i'm still in the fact that they're not going to be making a tournament any type of tournament. It's like i would love to see. tj burger. I would love to see more colin holloway. I would love to see kobe. Clark i would love to see sibley i would hell even though i think he probably gonna transfer the season. I would love to see a little bit. More now wilson. In terms of what's happening. I would like to see a little bit more timothy aeko. Fa but coach you in the win games. So he's going to stick with the guys who are gonna win engage in those are seniors in those guys who are coming back outside of dante harris and hob but our best players had mentioned before on my little my little deal there was to a guy who goodness gracious sakes alive. I For basketball pointing at the beginning of the season in up to the break or wasn't a break but the games being postponed. Because of covid. I i had no idea zero idea of why he was playing a why he was getting minutes. He was getting anywhere between fifteen to nineteen twenty minutes. But i had no flippin idea why they were terrible. He took shots. He created turnovers. He didn't create for anybody except for the other team on his turnovers. He played like he had no idea or concept of how the play the game and i was sitting there going. I mean outside of maybe being physical presence on defense and getting rebounds. What was the difference on offense between him and jabari simply. I'm not saying that you should have given all of two days minutes to jabari but if shooting game is gonna play eighteen minutes instead of having play eighteen. Why don't you just haven't played fifteen three millet to jabari instead of demarco. Picket playing thirty eight. Don't you play him. Thirty four minutes to jabari so at least he's getting anywhere between seven to eleven minutes per game and i still feel that way about Divan blair who always playing until he got benched. He's always playing anywhere between thirty seven forty minutes a game. He can't play thirty two minutes. And you can't give five of those minutes to tj burger. If don carey is gonna.
"thirty four minutes" Discussed on Ball is Bae NBA Podcast
"Between the way cutty bubba gotti season Mvp triple double season is festival. Both of them are wired. Book is this westbrook is we'll just decides he wants to. He's he it he's just going to. I found a new wind. Old fantastic combatant and i. I just found out this thing about where does it. He's denied people's on that One of the reasons why people are useful fighting is the if they get if you get them leverage defiantly dead so that's one of the reasons people they're useful fighting. I did not know this. Actually and pantheon but bulls yup. But that's that is that is great. He's this guy he he wants to get to the end of the game as soon as possible and one hundred percent all the time. Cutting temperament is very different. One of the reasons. Why does that. Maybe it's because of who uses the bus. I'm that's different but it's also because assistant he's played in all these years he ended. He's he has grown. Yes ev- organised system that has trusted meats and he's got some some of the sporting that he needs to do and he's doing that thirty game. I believe if if you extrapolate the numbers. He's actually statistics wise. He's better than his booby season. It's just the numbers of low because of the fact that he's only thirty four minutes again. I have that fact blood. But that's what i said but one day i would give you is that cutting doesn't need the Being brought to the game by j one. Kelly where they explain. But i did the team. The team brought you on to shoot thirty eight percents of the tea party until you get there consistently. I think it's just better off. The olympic kevin durant for the warriors know dump at stony. She said he said it or somebody asked him right at the beginning of the season. Something about yeah you have to check. The storyline was really bonkers. So so my point. Is that dream on green buildings that density and he gets elected because he doesn't technically scored as much pretty contributes in other ways but back to back to work Joking i get the kids for jokic. I get the case for and we spend time talking about it right now but another person. I'm i'm quite surprised. People are talking about it. And i'm sure you can back me up on some level this daughter in which it why. Why is because you should be here this jazz sites but that but that that then in that case. That's the point that that makes donovan. Mitchell skis even stronger right right. No he's desperately parts a the festival the jazz opening some incompatible basketball one of the reasons he did not get i feel like he's not gotten much louder does because i think the first photo of dmz struggled From mistaken he was not even scoring thirteen points. A game i the. Us shooting twenty percents of the field. I can't remember these figures but he was struggling mightily which consider that Just when he blessed gains a full games is a big jump for gives but since then he has been villainy really good and he is the best player on the best even the nba. I'm maybe not naked short about. Because he's i think dropping twenty five game and the next fight was Nobody's bothering within seventeen eighty once again. But they're all consistent if any consistent. And i think the the the team is what is gelling and that brings me the job. Joe catches a. Mvp candidate children. In addition to joe catches inertial stats. And he's gone balkars mine car what. I don't know what he did in the off season. What is this. Like amid fifty blinds serbian ford. I can see now. Why is fat because salvia the like crazy. It's not it's not even funny because a forty super cheap. Saudi started off. I have reduc about this. Would you afford food is a cheaper four people be eight debt and the five dollars and the the salad is like i mean literally like a huge chunk it was. I mean i. I don't blame. I don't blame you anymore. Being bad i you have to give him all for. Losing weight is despite all age That's that's whole your kids lose it joke it being such a big soviet and thin. How is that possible. You know this accent. I'm guessing that's the reason why he's getting this much. Love is because of his team playing the reunite the yes the stats are getting. The team is gelling. Read now. I think you can argue that. The case against both embiid enjoy pitches there. They've not had too many events against teams mob. I don't have this at the back of my mind. But i think it does plus five hundred The sixers have beaten. maybe two. I'm the nuggets With the numbers. Again i just checked were acquired. No yeah yeah so so vicious which is which is not a knock on them. Because at the end of the of witness i think beneath once on earlier about using this adventure yes quality of its matters but at the end of the day that i think if you're about fifty wins if teams at the end of the diabetic. You're not to look at what. What are the quarter devoted Beaten a whole lot matsui drainage. It's purely about the numbers. Dan so wins wins. But i just feel that joke is getting the attention because it s of dean is actually an island as and of course he's doing these occasion flashy things where he's dropping fifty winds said he's got these thirty tipper doubles eat. It's a rather case the nord out about her. But i'm still not seeing it as being a super strong case as let's say for let me That's my only thing. I love the guy joke. And i think he's only going to get better as season is we've seen a if you're his victory over. The last couple of seasons he gets better at visited at. He just begins to understand. It's like this. He's like this machine that adapts to his mid sole well and he gets it. It's it's an incredible to watch. So i gonna get better. I think the case we get struggled. But i just feel that the team's win record discredit lakes. Aware is not everybody conversation whether just yet. I think it's going to get that. I don't think it's just yet that's my. That's my thing our so for this. This mike on document this video that mvp's let's say there is violence. You have to be a success. The only only non successful the mvp is the great russell westbrook odyssey that it should be the detrimental facts i only. I only talking about factor. Not there's no has the citizens right like in the past ten years there's no other. Mvp that was at sixty six sixteen. So so yes. I mean i think. The nuggets auditing against that is a group thing but i also think that off the three or the four began to other than steph gutty it is the yuba jazz lebron join mead and and a name donald mitchell example is the. I think that you'll get to steam value. You'll could just team is playing integrate. Because i don't think they're playing really good. The second player. Jamal muddy is is shitting.
Flying The New Scandinavian Airlines Flagship A350: Copenhagen To Chicago
"I am literally just back. Flew in from Copenhagen just now wow wow they let you out of the House The for for twenty six hours long enough to fly from Chicago to Copenhagen turn around and come. I'm back in such a thing who knows who reason. There's gotta be reason but I don't know what it was no who I will dig and try and find the reason. Scandinavian Airlines took delivery of their first eight three fifty a few months ago and they've been training and getting ready for the big day which was today and they operated their first revenue flight with the aircraft from from Copenhagen to Chicago in. We had a wonderful flight. The smoothest flight I've ever been on not even a little bump but Got Take a nice view of Iceland a little bit of Greenland Canada and then dropped into Chicago where it was cloudy and cold but inbetween. Everything was wonderful. Wonderful still still processing all of the things that we we tried to share tried to share more of the flight while we were in the air but the Wifi had some some growing wing paints narrow. That doesn't work awful concept. I know but this was the first time that the system had been tested in the wild on such a flight and with with as many people as as had been on the flight so over one hundred people were connected and so worked for for some didn't work for others the others being unfortunately me so we didn't get to share as much during the flight as we wanted to. But we'll we'll have more coming up in by the time the podcast comes out all that'll be up on the blog and on various social media's so look for that there but it was a good flight and we had a nice chat with the crew afterwards so that was a a nice thing to kind of end the flight with talking with their chief pilot and the assistant into chief pilot for their their new eight hundred fifty fleet So so that was. That was a good time. Yeah I think we start getting the three fifty's here at newer in March unbelie Yang one of the flights the evening flight. I think you've two flights from Copenhagen Day I think and there's the afternoon flight in the evening big flood. I think it's the three fifty so that one of the moving over to Stockholm at this point it doesn't sound like they are anytime soon because because most of the three forty flying is done out of Copenhagen and the three fifty is kind of replacing first and foremost now it's making sense and all the comparisons that SAS does S- against the three forty and it's pretty incredible to see with the economics of the two fifty compared to the three forty are interested to see what the economics of garbage can compared to. A three forty are so this is true. Garbage cans are exceedingly fuel-efficient has given indeed. That was something something interesting that That we learned in that the eight hundred fifty is both more fuel-efficient and faster so we we flew faster to get to Chicago in arrived. We arrived at an entire hour early and the flight time itself was thirty. Four minutes faster because of the increased cruise speed so. I wasn't in a hurry but I guess if not taking more time than you need is something that they want to do. So you've got to O'hare an hour early. Where's their gate available? Because it was the international terminal there was audible available but I did hear one of the station. Managers at O'hare telling the pilot that did he needed to slow down next time they weren't quite ready to receive the aircraft because of the you know the special stuff that they were doing for the inaugural going back out of Chicago. But yeah in the future I guess. Maybe they'll the adjust the schedule schedule a little bit now. That the three fifty's on
"For Your Reconsideration" Week
"This week's theme is for your reconsideration. The curator is Donde from luminary. Here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Yolanda. Monday's episode comes from metaphysical milkshake and is called. Can you honor indigenous faiths without being a jerk. It's thirty four minutes long in this episode. rainn Wilson Resin Ostlund have one question. How do we honor and embrace embrace indigenous faiths without becoming like Kevin Costner? How can we become more than dilettantes? With dream catchers Kevin Locke is an artist Hoop dancer musician musician. Educator and cultural ambassador for his Lakota an Amish on Beirut's he joined the pod to share what we can do to better understand our indigenous faith traditions and how out to see our spiritual heritage in all the land around us. Join the conversation using Hashtag. Metaphysical an email your thoughts to metaphysical milkshake at soul pancake. GEICO DOT COM. Tuesday's episode comes from on second thought with Trevor Noah and is called prison break. It's forty four minutes long in this episode. Trevor and David David discussed their ideas for improving. Prison then talk about alternatives to incarceration Danielle Sarid founder of common justice. Wednesday's episode comes from from under the skin with Russell brand and his called science capitalism. And God with Neil degrasse Tyson. It's one hundred twenty one minutes long. Here's the description. This week's guest on under the skin is the infamous astrophysicist Neil degrasse Tyson. He's pretty amazing. He was promoting his book letters from an astrophysicist but he was much more than and being a focused and dedicated educator I enjoyed talking to him. Thursday's episode comes from here to slay with Roxane gay and Tracy McMillan Cottam him and his called all. Your faves are problematic. It's fifty three minutes long this week on the show Tracy and Roxanne take on the Popeye's chicken sandwich and all of its glory as well as the problematic takes that have come along with it. Friday's episode comes from the seaward with Lena Dunham and Alison Bennett and is called Lady Rosemary. Aber door it's fifty three minutes long in this episode Rosemary. Obrador seemed to most like a shy awkward wallflower but underneath drab exterior lurked an appetite for Jules parties parties and larceny born into an unassuming middle-class English home rosemary secretly stole thousands of pounds to fund her glamorous identity as titled Aristocracy. That's Lady Lady Aberdeen to you. Lena analyst Cover Rosemary's wild parties outrageous schemes her ultimate downfall and discuss what it's like to feel unseen and unappreciated those are the podcast recommendations chosen by Yolanda for this week's theme for your reconsideration
Traffic and Weather Update
"WGN traffic we got reports of an earlier crash involving a semi on the outbound Eisenhower after will throat apparently that crashed just cleaned up right now the trip out to route three ninety thirty four minutes the about I'd stop and go from western thirty two minutes in from route three ninety and the inbound Ryan ninety for the downtown nineteen minutes now the weather from the WGN Chicago weather center tonight the clouds will hang in with us and we'll have a low around twenty seven degrees tomorrow cloudy with a low around twenty seven we might get a few peeks of sunshine slight chance of snow and freezing drizzle late tomorrow
Dallas Cowboys looking good after Saints win
"Not that all of a sudden, you're aware of these players Bility's. It is that the players selves will be different once they have tasted and have the just make themselves aware that this extraordinary level of play or expect -tations of Blake and be a pain that happens. That's we'll. See what do you think that what Jerry Jones that you binded this different Cowboys team after they beat the saints? Why wouldn't say just after the saints? They had been building trindon in the right way. I try to tell you guys every year. There's going to be teams November and December. They catch a vision. They going to get it together plan with backups or whatever they're going to be out of the excuse business. And they're going to be progressively getting better to try to get into the turn of that's into the tournament. That's the thing. That's different about the NFL than all the other leagues is all you need to do is build to get in. Yes. You'd like to be a one or two Seib. All you need to do is Bill to get in. We have seen teams just barely getting into the playoffs. Create net momentum at the end of the season. Now, it becomes can. They duplicate what they have done even on the road. They've got a couple of wins on the road. Now, they've been the back it up by playing good football on thanksgiving and last week against the saints. This is a good football team. All right. But they're only good when they. They play the game on their terms dominate time possession. They need thirty to thirty four minutes. That's what they had on Thursday night game against the saints. They need to limit their quarterback throws under thirty in. What was seen is? They still are starting to get the explosive plays on the outside. When I've watched Dallas. When I watched a coaches Tate when I look at it the defenses are still guarding almost the same way. But now they're making people pay for Michael Gallup on the outside making some big plays Amari Cooper, making people miss own the shorter passes and turn a nose in the big games. It put big gains. It puts fear in NFL defense is so now the time where defensive do I change?
Stocks plunge as global growth, U.S. earnings spook investors
"Going back a year ago right now, it was at about nineteen times earnings, basically, your stocks have treaded water pretty close to it over the past year while earnings have grown substantially. So you do have valuations a little bit more on your sides S and P five hundred index down eighty four a drop of three point one percent. The Dow plunged six hundred eight points down two point four percent, NASDAQ down three hundred twenty nine a drop of four point four percent in new. York. Charlie pellett. Bloomberg daybreak Asia. All right. Thirty four minutes past the hour. We update markets every fifteen minutes here on Bloomberg radio. And I'm coming to you live from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in Hong Kong and programs. Brought to you by PGN in the search for alpha partner with PGN global investment management. Businesses of prudential financial Inc. Well, Doug
Elite Soldiers Testing Lockheed Martin ONYX Exoskeleton
"The lucky Morton onyx powered lower body Exo skeleton can increase mobility and reduce fatigue of its users. Onyx detects what the body is doing and provide support all at the exact time. It's needed sensors distributed on the Xhosa Killington reports speed direction and angle of movement and an onboard computer that drives electro mechanical actuators the knees, all work synchronous Lee, the Exo skeleton delivers the right torque at the right time to assist knee flex and extension on IX. Sounds awesome. It ultimately reduces the energy needed to cross terrain squats, Neil. These benefits are most noticeable when ascending or descending stairs, or navigating inclined surfaces. Now onyx syncs up with its user. It takes about. Seventy five milliseconds for the human body to go from thought to action, speeding up on x will improve the impact on human endurance. Currently, it has improved endurance by nine percents and the powered system lasts for about sixteen hours when using four batteries, the onyx system weighs less than fourteen pounds. The current net benefit is a soldier who could normally perform twenty-six reps of hundred eighty five pound squats could get this performed seventy two similar reps while wearing this device. Lockheed is currently working on hardening the components so they can withstand battlefield use in proving the hardest thing. So it's even more discreet and unobtrusive and tweaking the fitting process to ensure that soldiers can properly adjust it without tools on x will soon use a common electro mechanical structure and control software, which will be customized for firefighting legit. Disticts and military road transport on is being upgraded to us military specification batteries that are approved for infantry use. A robotic third arm appears to be highly useful as well. The US army research laboratory is developing it. It weighs less than four pounds hangs at a soldier side and stabilizes rifles in the sheen guns. It lifts over twenty seven pounds all on its own no word on when we will see this technology, but it sounds like we won't have to wait too long. Think you have good coordination, you're probably not as agile as MIT's. Cheetah three robot in a new video MIT demonstrates how the ninety pound robot, which is about the size of a full grown labrador. Dog can climb a flight of stairs. Littered with obstacles like roles of tapered wooden blocks while blind cheetah. Three can also Gallup jump spin around and walk on three legs. All without relying on cameras or external environmental sensors. There are many unexpected behaviors. The robots should be able to handle without relying too much on vision vision can be noisy, slightly inaccurate and sometimes not available. So researchers want the robot to rely more on tactile information that way it can Hindle unexpected obstacles while moving fast. The team developed two new algorithms which allow cheetah to blindly walkup clustered staircases gallop across rough terrain and quickly recover its balance after being pushed MIT researchers plan to show off the robots vision, free capabilities at the international conference on intelligent robots in Madrid, coming up in October, cheetah three is designed to carry out dangerous tasks like inspecting power plants or exploring disasters zones. There are countless occasions where we would want to send robots to do simple. Tasks instead of humans, dangerous dirty in difficult work can be done, much more safely through remote controlled robots than sending in real life person. One of the things that we learned from the DARPA robotics challenges that it's useful for robots to have legs to walk budgets, even more useful for robots to be versatile and adaptive with multi model locomotion capabilities that they can deploy depending on the situation at the DRC we saw all kinds of different designs. But one of the more unique approaches came from the university of Bonn in Germany with their robot. Memorial memorial used a Centaur design with four legs that had wheels on the bottom coupled to a humanoid upper torso with a head and arms. It was the top ranked European robot in the DRC, completing an almost perfect run in just thirty. Four minutes. We've since been wondering whether these Centaur designed would inspire other disaster robots, and now we have the answer and it's yes, a consortium of European research groups announced a new Centaur robot platform called appropriately enough sin taro the robot was built at the Italian institute of technology. That project is part of the sin taro consortium funded by the European Commission and coordinated by researchers from the university of Bonn. The same group that developed memorial, the goal of Santaro is building a human robot symbiotic system where human operator is tele- present with its whole body in a Centaur like robot, which is capable of robust locomotion and dexterous manipulation in the rough terrain and conditions, characteristic of disasters from the look of things. Sinn Tauro shares. The same kind of rugged capabilities. We've seen in other, I robots meaning that this could be a robot that manages to be both a research tool and real world useful at one point, five meters tall and weighing ninety three kilograms. Sin tarot is both larger and somehow more agile than the video might make. It seem it's made of lightweight, metals, like aluminum, magnesium and titanium with skins of three d. printed plastic inside are a trio of computers to Hindle perception control and motion planning along with enough batteries to keep Sinn Toro moving for two point five hours at a time. The idea is that this combination of quadrupeds and humanoid optimizes both stability and mobility while allowing a remote human operator too much more intuitively control the robots, arms and head since everything is oriented in a familiar way were looking. Forward to seeing more of house in taro integrates full tawny supervised Itani and Tele presence control with hardware. This capable l. the robot may be limited primarily by what it's smart enough to do along with the interface that lets human control it directly. Hopefully we'll start seeing more demos from IT to get a better sense of all the cool stuff that Sotaro will be learning. Got some spare time this weekend. Why not build yourself a working Rover from plants provided by NASA? The space Knicks at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory have all the plans code and materials for you to pursue end-use. Just make sure you've got an extra twenty five hundred bucks and a bit of engineering know how this thing isn't made out of Lincoln logs. The story is this after curiosity landed on Mars, GPO wanted to create something a little smaller and less complex than it could use for educational purposes. So they created rove from. e. That's what they're calling it anyway. Traveled with GPL staff throughout the country and showed off what it was capable of unsurprisingly. Among the many questions asked was often whether a class group could actually built one of their very own. The answer, unfortunately was no though. Oh far, less expensive and complex than a real Mars Rover. Roe v was still too expensive and complex to be a class project. 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Centauro: A New Disaster Response Robot From IIT
"And adaptive with multi model locomotion capabilities that they can deploy depending on the situation at the DRC we saw all kinds of different designs. But one of the more unique approaches came from the university of Bonn in Germany with their robot. Memorial memorial used a Centaur design with four legs that had wheels on the bottom coupled to a humanoid upper torso with a head and arms. It was the top ranked European robot in the DRC, completing an almost perfect run in just thirty four minutes. We've since
The Latest: Streets quiet in Zimbabwe capital after results
"The third day of August thirty. Four minutes past the hour and responding to criticism that, it lacked a clear strategy to protect US elections the Trump administration put on a, show of force Thursday, raising the alarm about elections security in. Efforts to safeguard voting homeland security secretary Kirstin Nielsen national security. Adviser John Bolton and director of national intelligence Dan Coats address the issue at a wide, ranging news conference Chrissy itself is in the crosshairs free and fair elections. Are the cornerstone of our democracy and it has become clear that they are the target of our adversaries his seek is deny just. Said to sow discord and undermine our way of life And I think it's important that We address the question. Of the president's involvement in this his leadership has determination to prevent a. Russian and other foreign influencing elections we lead on this constantly the senior. Staff here in the White House we meet with the. Heads of the different agencies involved we discussed it quite regularly in my tenure as national. Security adviser less than two months we've already had two full national Security. Council meetings chaired by the president the president has specifically directed us to make the matter of the election meddling securing, our election process a top priority and we have done that are doing that and we continue to do so we have incorporated the lessons learned from the two thousand sixteen election implemented a broad spectrum of actions to share, more information across the federal government as well. As with state and local governments and Also with the public and the private sector the. Intelligence community continues to be concerned about the threats of upcoming US elections both terms and the presidential elections of two, thousand twenty in regards to Russian involvement in, the midterm elections we continue to see a pervasive meshes messaging campaign by Russia to try to weaken and divide United States these efforts are not exclusive to this election or future, elections but certainly cover issues relevant to the election We also know the Russians tried to hack into and, steal information in candidates and government officials alike We're aware that Russia is not the only country that has an interest in trying, to influence our domestic political environment and FBI director Christopher Wray said compared to twenty sixteen, at now we quote are not yet seeing. The same kind of efforts to specifically target election infrastructure but other efforts, to influence public opinion continue. He added the agency has active investigations on foreign influence across all fifty six. Of its field offices Paul manafort's bookkeeper. Has testified that the, former Trump campaign chair approved every penny that's a quote of the. Personal bills she paid for him but he kept her in the dark about. The foreign Bank, accounts he was using to buy millions in luxury, items and pay for personal expenses the bookkeepers testimony Thursday appeared to undercut an argument by manafort's defense attorneys. That he can't be held responsible for financial fraud because he left the details of spending to others. He faces charges of Bank fraud and tax evasion that could put them in prison for the rest His life President Donald Trump hailing Senate candidate Lou bar Letta as a star and a legend he did so during a rally in Pennsylvania, said Thursday that bar lettuce smart strong and he loves the state says he's like a, legend Barletta is running to unseat two-term incumbent. Democratic Senator Bob Casey whom Trump blasted as overrated Abar claims Casey has, become one of the most. Liberal senators in Washington and says he no longer represents the values of the. People of Pennsylvania or let has Trump. Supporter who shares Trump's, hardline views on immigration felling Trump quote we're not hiring of winning. Mr President where not tired of winning Zimbabwe's capital is quiet after president Emmerson. Mangala was declared, the winner of the national election which began with, a peaceful vote Monday but turned deadly when the military rolled into the streets forty eight hours later Harare's. Deserted roads appeared to be free from the troops that circulated Thursday but water cannons at police remain Present especially at the headquarters of the main, opposition party a day after a thirties rated it the. Opposition says it will challenge in court the results of the election which Mangala one with just, over fifty percent of the vote White House press secretary Sarah. Huckabee Sanders is refusing to break with President. Trump and say she doesn't think the media is the, enemy of the. American people Sanders was pressed on the question Thursday by CNN correspondent Jim. Acosta during the White House press briefing I think it would be a good thing if you, were to say right here at this briefing that's the press people were gathered in this. Room right now doing their jobs every day. Asking questions officials like the, winds were earlier are not the enemy of the people I Ironic. Jim That not only you and the media attacked the president for his rhetoric when they frequently lowered the level of conversation in this country repeatedly repeatedly the media resorts to personal attacks without any content other than to. Incite anger the media has attacked, me personally unin number, of occasions including your own, network said I should be harassed as a life sentence that I should. Be choked ice officials are not welcomed in their place of worship and personal information is shared on. The internet when I was hosted by the, Correspondents Association which almost all of you are members of you brought a comedian up to attack my appearance and call me a traitor to. My gender, in fact as, I know as far as, I know I'm the first press secretary in the history of the United States that's required secret. Service protection the media continues to ratchet up the verbal assault against the president and everyone in. This administration and certainly we have a role, to play but the media has a role to play for the discourse in this country. As, well You did, not say in the course of those remarks that you just made that the press is not the enemy of the people for for the sake of this this room that people who are in this room this democracy this country all the people around the world are watching. What you're saying Sarah and the, White House for the, United States of America the, person of the United States should not referred to us as the enemy. Of the people his own Dr acknowledges that and all I'm asking you to do sir is to. Acknowledge that right now and right here I, appreciate your passion I share it I've addressed this question address my personal feelings I'm here to speak on behalf of the president he's made. His comments, clear the exchange, came hours after vodka Trump, said she does not view the news media as the enemy of the enemy of the people. Back to that press briefing a cost that walked out in protest another reporter quickly filled his. Seats there were no demonstrations by any players, during the singing of the national anthem Thursday night at the hall of fame game all Players and coaches, for the bears and ravens stood as the preseason, began the, NFL modified, its national anthem protocol in may prohibiting any sort of demonstrations. For the year but allowing players to remain in the locker. Room if they choose to the players union filed a grievance about that policy changed late last month a. New policy was put on hold while the NFL and the, NFL he a lead players association work on a, resolution and from the. Gridiron to the. Squared circle of sorts at Glen jakup's some. Of you wrestling fans might know him as Kane. From the WWE has, won the bout for mayor in Tennessee's. Third largest county the Republican who also runs an insurance and real estate company was leading democrat Linda Haney by a large margin with most of the votes counted in. Knox county yesterday Knoxville news sentinel. Reports Jacobs claimed victory at his watch party saying his decision to seek the, mayor's job was met at first with pretty resounding Laughter from some politicians Jacobs won, a close primary in may results of. That primary were delayed when the county's election reporting website crashed after a cyber attack that experts, the militias Cain just the latest wrestler to enter. Politics I would argue the most famous of all time Jesse the body Ventura many folks listening, in Minnesota across the country too many.
Voters oust California judge in Brock Turner sexual assault case
"Good wednesday morning thirty four minutes past the hour on this june six eight states cast midterm primary ballots tuesday with implications for control of the house and senate and for several governors races votes are being tallied in alabama california iowa mississippi montana new jersey new mexico and south dakota now in a record setting year for female candidates across the country women moved closer to more milestones democrats are looking to new jersey and california as key states in their efforts to gain at least twenty three more house seats and become the majority when congress convenes next year meanwhile northern california voters tuesday recall the judge from office after he sentenced former stanford university swimmer convicted of sexual assault to a short jail sentence instead of prison voters opted to oust santa clara county judge aaron persky the judge was targeted for recall in june of two thousand sixteen shortly after he's sentenced brock turner to six months in jail for sexually assaulting a woman outside of a frat house on campus prosecutors argued for seven years behind bars turner was released from jail for good behavior after serving just three months he now lives with his parents president donald trump says he wants to know what's taking so long with an internal justice department investigation that's expected to cast a shadow on the fbi the reports expected to sharply criticize james commes handling of the hilary clinton email investigation which the white house initially cited as the rationale for the firing of the fbi chief last year the fbi was leaking were slow offing the doj it investigation into hillary clinton email investigation handled by director what does he facing concern is based on conversations he's had their personnel currently or is it simply in observation based on look i think the president would like to see this process move faster they've been obsessed with a number of other issues in which they've spent a great deal of time on i think you'd like to see some of that spread out time spit on appropriate incursions becker general through release face on his time wind rather than their own the president wants full transparency in this process but he also wants it to be expedited in completed quickly on all fronts trump and his allies continue to believe that any centers of komi would undercut his value as a witness against the president and backup the decision to.
U.S. stock futures up, euro near seven-month lows
"At oppenheimer concern is natural there's always trouble but as well as risk wherever there's risk there's opportunity but i think that's what investors are feeling and the fact that things are actually still getting better even if something's worse among the companies scheduled to report earnings this week cosco dollar tree lululemon athletic abercrombie and fitch michael kors and the russian oil and gas giant lukoil in new york charlie pellett all right it's coming up on thirty three minutes past the hour we update markets every fifteen minutes looks like asian stocks may open lower risk appetite sort of going away in europe with the big selloff in in italy and perhaps some new elections coming their oil also running for down again for the longest run of losses in about three months saudi arabia and russia considering raising output let's go back to the selloff in italian assets we had yields on on the ten year in italy jumping twenty two basis points so that takes us back to two thousand fifteen since we've seen that in two year yields up forty two basis points on the day the biggest move since the crisis back in two thousand eleven here are some of the futures numbers nikkei futures up eighty points at twenty two thousand four forty that is lower than the cash close yesterday so with fair value probably some modest losses there at the open asx two hundred well looking at futures are down about a quarter of one percent cashmere market in new zealand is down about two tenths of one percent china and hong kong futures are higher but those contracts are not active at the moment doll yen one zero nine forty five the euro down to one sixteen twenty five now thirty four minutes past the hour let's get back over to paul allen well who remembers that litter the president trump's in canceling some with north korea i'm reminded of the the memory hole in george orwell's nineteen ninetyfour but plans for the kim trump's summit on now going ahead full steam it baxter scott global news at bloomberg nine sixty newsroom eujust peel the cuddle layers off of that mr allen wow negotiating teams from north korea and the us are meeting upon mon john with talk to possibly south korean president moon jae and could be included making it a trilateral meeting now bloomberg's benjamin bay and says other plans are being made as well our hearing from the white house that that.
U.S. Commerce's Ross to visit China for trade talks in early June
"Hear this oh my beer and then lots of this must be at a theatre watching action johnny knoxville the score of jackass radar owning theaters too i you on this twenty fifth day of may thirty four minutes past the hour and the chinese government says us commerce secretary wilbur ross will arrive in beijing saturday for more talks on settling a sprawling dispute over technology policy and china's trade surplus with the us it said the visit would last through monday china promise last week to buy more american goods but the two sides of yet to report progress toward a final settlement of the dispute that prompted president trump to threaten to hike tariffs on up to one hundred fifty billion dollars of chinese goods i'm president trump's leaving the door open for future talks with north korea the president thursday called off next month summit with north korea calling the cancellation a setback for world peace and stressing that the military is ready if needed i'd like to begin by saying that based on the recent statement of north korea i've decided to terminate the plan summit in singapore on june twelfth for many things can happen and a great opportunity lies ahead potentially i believe jay tremendous setback for north korea and indeed a setback for the world i've spoken to general mattis and the joint chiefs of staff and our military which is by far the most powerful anywhere in the world that has been greatly enhanced recently as you all know is ready if necessary likewise i have spoken to south korea and japan and they are not only ready should foolish or reckless acts be taken by north korea but they are willing to shoulder much of the cost of any financial burden any of the costs associated by the united states in operations if such an unfortunate situation is forced upon us hopefully positive things will be taking place with respect to the future of north korean but if they'd out we are more ready than we have ever been before if and when kim jong un chooses.
Texas mass shooting victims, survivors to meet with governor
"On this twenty four th day of may thirty four minutes past the hour texas governor greg abbott continues to tour the state in the wake of the recent school shooting they're they're looking for a gun control measures in school safety measures as the nation tries to get a handle on school shootings meanwhile using the hashtag if i die in a school shooting thousands of high school kids have shared their angst in the wake of yet another mass grad school all humbled by the reality that the next teens to be slaughtered by a gunman could be then let's bring in our regular guests this morning rhonda martin joins us each thursday here on america's first news her website is expert news.
Trump to meet with South Korean president amid summit anxiety
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Global Markets: Asia stocks pull back after soft China data; oil higher
"To pay have fallen as much as thirty percent from a year ago some say prices are even weaker victor john partner at pricewaterhousecoopers china insolvency practice calls a market a lot healthier from an investor point of view but it's potentially more challenging for those trying to unload the dead in hong kong i'm yvonne man bloomberg daybreak asia msci is adding two hundred thirty four china asia's it's all country world index and the three largest additions to its msci emerging markets index icbc china construction bank and petrochina all asia's there as well and will these changes going to come after the close of trading on may the thirty first brian all right let's take a look at the asia markets here and bloomberg daybreak asia brought to you by bien y mellon's insite twenty eighteen conference it's a must attend for advisors june sixth through the eighth in orlando florida register at bien y mellon insight dot com thirty four minutes here past.