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A Review Of The Long Walk, Chapters 9-18
"The long walk continues with only sixty. Walkers remaining geared is determined to make it to freeport or he'll see his mother and girlfriend jan more walkers get their tickets and the boys continue their discussions as physical and mental exhaustion weigh on them eventually. The long walk enters massachusetts and only three boys remain gary mic varieties and stebens. Only one will be the last walker standing but even so at what price victory. Nice day were in this section of the book and one of the things we talked about last episode is how we were a little disappointed that there wasn't a lot more world building going on yeah King seemed to be very vague as to what sort of relived these characters were in boys going on. We got the sense that things weren't great but not all of the details and in this one. There's a lot more of that world building we're looking for. Yeah it definitely satisfied my craving for those details. I still don't know that it was enough for my my modern sensibilities if you will I wanted to know what was going on. Outside of the walk and king still doesn't really reveal that but he gives us just a little bit more of a taste. Oh those are so delicious. Yeah each one of them is pretty great. The fact there's now thirty first day of april. Yeah that was the first one in this section. I was like whoa and you know. We talked about the dark tower. There were times early on. We're like boy. That's a weird little editing mistake. At first i thought well maybe april thirty. One is an editing mistake but then there were a couple more came shortly thereafter. That you're like. Oh kings doing something here. Yeah yeah there were fifty one states. When i saw that my immediate question was what is that fifty for state. I mean it could be anything is is it. Puerto rico is his canada. I don't know like it could be so many things it could be half of. Mexico is the fifty first state. It's not really important to the story. But it would be kinda cool to have one of those jr token style maps or like the the dark tower style maps that shows the world of the long walk and the path that they walk. Yep and then you can see like now. There's this you know. East pennsylvania and west pennsylvania. Yeah you're not even thinking big enough jay. Maybe like the western eight states all disappeared or were destroyed and so then they picked up nine states that we don't have today and not not just one new one. What do you think of that. Yeah or maybe california finally broke into five pieces. Resold alaska back to the russians for for a net total of one game state. Yeah and cut off. Florida like bugs. Bunny does in that. Famous jif yup. Yeah there were other interesting facts. That that Apparently there were german air raids on the east coast of the united states. And there's clearly has been some kind of takeover. The major seems to be the figurehead leader or commander of this Of the united states. So i'm guessing some sort of military coup but somebody says in the old days before the change and the squads when they were still millionaires like basically went before before a lot of wealth was redistributed to who knows who knows in what way but clearly this is not the world that king lived through when he was writing this story. Right the most intriguing one was this idea that world war two was different in how it played out so there's talks about german raids on the east coast. That occurred that people were afraid of and then later on they talk about the provo governor who is a war hero. He led a raid on a german nuclear base in santiago in nineteen fifty three. So yeah this is definitely not the world that is just hey our world bit in the future. This is a total man in the high castle. Style alternate reality or maybe even a father callahan like slipping through alternate versions of of the universe or of the of the world making this whole story. Kind of dark tower finney.
The Role of Government (Romans 13:14)
"Romans chapter thirteen verses one through four. Let every person be subject to the governing authorities. For. There is no authority except from God. And those that exist have been instituted by God. Therefore, whoever resists the authorities resists what God has appointed? And those who resist will encourage judgment. For rulers are not a terror to good conduct but too bad. Would you have no fear of the one who is in authority? Then do what is good and you will receive his approval for he is God's servant for your good. But if you do wrong be afraid. For he does not bear the, sword in vain. For He is the Servant of God and Avenger who carries out God's wrath on the wrongdoer. Again there's so much. That we could talk about pray. About based on these four verses but as we are praying during these thirty one days leading up to presidential election in the United States. These verses are may be one of the clearest pictures in the Bible of God's design for government. How government is instituted by God. Exactly what Romans. Thirteen one says and it's instituted by God for a reason and that reason basically to summarize is to promote good for people. And to protect people against evil. So government is instituted by God and governing leaders given by God for the promotion of good among all people. Under the realm of that government. And for the protection of all people under the realm of that government from evil and government is even given authority by God to bear the sword to carry out judgment against evil all of this under the authority of God according to his word and way the reflects his character. So as we think about the presidential election, what are we praying for when it comes to our government and the leaders of our government? What are we praying for? Romans thirteen is telling us we're praying for leaders who won realize that the authority they have to govern does not come from themselves. It comes ultimately from God. And in this way, we pray for leaders in government who will be humble before God. And then. We pray for leaders who under God's authority will promote that which is good for all people. And wisdom to do that. They will have integrity to do that. They will have courage to do that to remote that which is good for all people and we say the government leaders would protect people against evil. They would that leaders would not be evil that leaders would not promote evil or turn a blind eye to evil but leaders in government would protect people against evil. So with these people significant basic principles of government according to Romans Chapter Thirteen, let's pray God we. Praise you for government? With thank you for instituting. A, system structure. To promote good and protect people against evil in a way that reflects your word in your character. And so we pray for our current president and political government leaders and for our future president. Presidents. Future political government leaders God. We pray for leaders to be humble before you. God we ask for that. Give them. Humility before you draw them. To, humility before you. Recognition. Of The authority, they have under you God do this in their hearts we pray. And God we pray that. You would give them grace by your grace by Your Mercy Oh God give them wisdom to know what is good and to lead people in ways that are good and to discern between good and evil and to lead people away from evil to bring right judgment on those who do evil. God We pray for leaders who love good and Hate Evil God we pray for a government. That reflects what you say. That values what you say is good. And of horrors what you say is evil. God. I, just think about my country, the United States right now amidst his presidential election, we have called so many things. Could that are evil and so many things. That are evil. We've called them. Good God. We're so confused. We Need Your Mercy Oh God help us help us in our lives and and our government. To. Humble ourselves before you. In to align with what your word says is good and what your words has his evil. And to carry out our government accordingly. God we we praise you as the one who has all authority and we submit ultimately to you, and as we submit to you, we pray for governing leaders that you've called us to submit to under you. And we pray even what comes later in this chapter that you would. Help us to honor. And respect. Governing authorities. Governing leaders. And to pray for them as we see in other parts of your word until work with them. As. Citizens for the good of others and ultimately the glory of your name. For the good of others and for the protection of people against evil. God, we praise you for your ultimately good governance over us and we pray for governance in our country. To reflect you by your grace and mercy we break for this in Jesus name. Amen.
UN chief: World is living in `shadow of nuclear catastrophe'
"US President Donald Trump. was moved to a military hospital for treatment on Friday after being diagnosed with covid nineteen as his administration and election campaign scrambled to adjust to an extraordinary twist in his turbulent presidency. Roughly, seventeen hours after he announced that he had tested positive for the virus trump walked slowly from the White House to a waiting helicopter to be taken to Walter Reed national military, Medical Center in Maryland he wore a mosque and business suit and he did not speak to reporters. I think I'm doing very well but we're going to make sure that things were count trump said in an unusually brief video posted to twitter. Seventy four year old trump had a mild figure according to a source familiar with the matter White House doctor shown peak Conley said he is being treated with an experimental drug cocktail and is fatigued, but in good spirits. It was the latest recent setback for the Republican president who's trailing Democratic rival Joe. Biden. In opinion polls ahead of the November third presidential election trump who has play down the threat of the virus from the outset wrote on twitter earlier on Friday that he and his wife Melania were going into quarantine after testing positive for the virus which has killed more than two hundred, thousand Americans and severely damaged the US economy. Trump is at high risk because of his age and weight he has remained in apparent good health during his time in office but he's not known to exercise regularly off follow a healthy diet. Commonly said that trump has received an experimental treatment for generations region covy to the drug is one of several experimental covid nineteen drugs known as monoclonal antibodies which are used for treating a wide range of illnesses. Stocks on Wall Street closed lower as news of trump's diagnosis added to mounting uncertainties surrounding the election. The president's illness appended his reelection campaign with just thirty one days to go until election day the campaign said it would postpone rallies and other events where he was scheduled to. Appear or take them online trump's illness also raised questions about the health of others atop the US government Vice President Mike Pence who would take over if trump full severely ill has tested negative a spokesman said, the former Indiana governor is working from his own residence several miles from the White House trump did not transfer power to pence as other presidents have sometimes done while undergoing medical treatment House of Representatives Speaker Democrat Nancy Pelosi third in line for the presidency also the tested negative.
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"thirty one days" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"And thirty one days thank you Scott Channon eight hundred nine four one show and you want to be a part of this extravaganza I think we're going to look back at all this corona the way this pandemic is dealt with but that with verses the way in past years we've been dealt dealing with things I think they're going to be three new paradigms that result that are all good for we the American people and keeping people healthy and secure at center at center and and well in their well being number one well I'm not expecting many people to be so quick to say your Xena phobic hysterical and fear mongering the day that the president the United States announced the travel ban into quarantine and he did it in record time timeline is what the time line is they they first identified corona on January seventh at first the World Health Organization didn't realize there was anything until December thirty of last year in the wool Han province area of China and with no Mona like symptoms of virus emerging and they then the first person with corona arriving in the U. S. from China had where you've been in Wuhan province that was January twenty first ten days later okay just a side note what was Chucky Schumer and the Democrats doing they would send it was holding their vote on whether will allow further witnesses and documents in the impeachment trial and Joe Biden was calling the president's decision hysterical scene of phobia and fear mongering well I don't think in retrospect is probably the single best thing group best decision at the time helpless thousands of Americans otherwise would have contracted this virus it would have been exponentially worse for this country and it will we can't calculate how many wives will be set but that moving forward and this will even help with the flu every year with tens of thousands of Americans die every year and that means okay may will be elbowing each other instead of shaking hands who knows but number one I think travel bans will be very quickly implemented in the future because this case it was important it was critical I think this whole public private partnership drive up testing for those that need it you know using the biggest box store companies in the country and the pharmaceutical companies and then everybody all hands on deck which is great because then you're not going to the hospital which to me a little Petri dishes and it leaves hospital space for those that really are ill and this whole idea of you know tele doctors where you can get on a phone and you could do a facetime or Skype with your doctor and maybe prevent you know thirty five forty percent of people from actually having to go to the doctor's office okay what do you symptoms let me see what your daughter's temperature let me say okay you got the group let me see create a steam shower call me back in an hour let's see where we are and and you can do it all night that could be a future healthcare along with health care cooperatives and health savings accounts anyway senator rand Paul is with us couple things he suggested announced earlier today I think you were the first I heard that announced that Hey we ought to give Americans the ability to expand out the tax deadline that happened today in the press conference good for you although I would urge Americans that are getting refunds filing yesterday are you center okay John Dr how long you been a doctor the medical by thirty years or so okay so you know a lot about medicine how bigger the how big was the issue in your mind of the travel ban and the quarantine and the drive up testing public private partnership in this idea of being able to have healthcare cooperatives that have twenty four service concierge service available for anybody to call in any hour of the day and and talk to a real doctor or healthcare professional you know I think everybody's been talking about flattening the curve not getting too many people sick all at once and overwhelming the healthcare the best way not to overwhelm it is to get to slow down the flow of people were infected so early on reducing the flow of people from China we still get did get a few people here from China but we didn't get thousands of people we got a few in there you know let up some hot spots Washington was from somebody who traveled here from Wuhan China so it's not perfect but I think it's slow down the amount of people who are infected now we have to continue to try to slow down the spread so we don't overwhelm our system but all that being said I think people have to look at some of the bright spots it's really slow down to a trickle in China is slow down to a trickle in South Korea and that's going to take a period of time but I I think there's a very good chance of going to within two to four weeks we are going to peak and in the next two to four.
"thirty one days" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Thirty one days thank you Scott Channon eight hundred nine four one show and you want to be a part of this extravaganza I think we're going to look back at all this corona the way this pandemic is dealt with but that with verses the way in past years we've been dealt dealing with things I think they're going to be three new paradigms that result that are all good for we the American people and keep people healthy and secure it cetera etcetera and and well in their well being number one well I'm not expecting many people to be so quick to say you're xenophobic hysterical and fear mongering the day that the president the United States announced the travel ban into quarantine any didn't record time time line is what the time line is they they first identified corona on January seventh at first the World Health Organization didn't realize there was anything until December thirty of last year and the wheel Han province area of China and with no Mona like symptoms of virus emerging and they then the first person with corona arriving in the U. S. from China had where you've been in Wuhan province that was January twenty first ten days later I don't know just a side note what was Chucky Schumer and the Democrats doing they would send it was holding their vote on whether it'll allow further witnesses and documents in the impeachment trial and Joe Biden was calling the president's decision hysterical scene of phobia and fear mongering well I don't think in retrospect is probably the single best thing group best decision at the time helpless thousands of Americans otherwise would have contracted this virus it would have banned exponentially worse for this country and got it we will we can't calculate how many wives will be said but that moving forward and this will even help with the flu every year where tens of thousands of Americans die every year and that means okay may will be elbowing each other instead of shaking hands who knows but number one I think travel bans will be very quickly implemented in the future because this case it was important it was critical I think this whole public private partnership drive up testing for those that need it you know using the biggest box store companies in the country in the pharmaceutical companies and then everybody all hands on deck which is great because then you're not going to the hospital which to me a little Petri dishes and it leaves hospital space for those that really are ill and this whole idea of you know tele doctors where you can get on the phone and you could do a facetime or Skype with your doctor and maybe prevent an old thirty five forty percent of people from actually having to go to the doctor's office okay what are your symptoms let me see what your daughter's temperature let me say okay you got the group let me see create a steam shower call me back in an hour let's see where we are and and you can do it all night that could be a future healthcare along with health care cooperatives and health savings accounts anyway senator rand Paul is with us couple things he suggested announced earlier today I think you were the first I heard that announced that Hey we ought to give Americans the ability to expand out the tax deadline that happened today in the press conference good for you although I would urge Americans that are getting refunds filing yesterday are you center okay John I know you're a doctor how long you been a doctor the medical Dougherty years or so okay so you know a lot about medicine how bigger the how big was the issue in your mind of the travel ban and the quarantine and the drive up testing public private partnership in this idea of being able to have healthcare cooperatives that have twenty four service concierge service available for anybody to call in any hour of the day and and talk to a real doctor or healthcare professional you know I think everybody's been talking about flattening the curve not getting too many people sick all at once and overwhelming the healthcare the best way not to overwhelm it is to get to slow down the flow of people were infected so early on reducing the flow of people from China we still get did get a few people here from China but we didn't get thousands of people we got a few in there you know let up some hot spots Washington was from somebody who traveled here from Wuhan China so it's not perfect but I think it's slow down the amount of people who are infected now we have to continue to try to slow down the spread so we don't overwhelm our system but all that being said I think people have to look at some of the bright spots it's really slow down to a trickle in China is slow down to a trickle in South Korea and that's going to take a period of time but I I think there's a very good chance of going to within two to four weeks we are going to peak and in the next two to four.
Italy coronavirus death toll surges past 1,000
"The backdrop the finality is initially rose by thirty one day with deaths now over a thousand on the total number of deaths from the corona virus globally is approaching five thousand confirmed cases are over a hundred and thirty thousand the E. U.'s disease prevention office is warning outbreak could overwhelm the bloc's
Illinois sees nearly $40 million in marijuana sales during first month
"To the surprise of almost no one legalize recreational marijuana has proven very popular in Illinois the state of Illinois says more than thirty nine million dollars was spent on recreational use pot during the thirty one days of January Illinois ends but thirty and a half million dollars worth while out of staters spent eight and a half million dollars the state says more than nine hundred seventy two thousand marijuana products were bought during the month the governor's senior cannabis control of situate Hutchinson says the prince could ministration is dedicated to making sure that all Illinois is of a chance to get involved in the various aspects of the marijuana
Coronavirus: WHO warns countries to prepare
"Football but I got to give you guys an update on the corona virus I don't want people then again it is serious and serious stuff but you know I want to tell you piece by piece of the pieces were getting are we getting all the pieces are we getting the true story we don't know but the pieces that we're getting I will convey those pieces so death toll is now a two hundred thirteen I'm pretty scary in the one month's time we are talking thirty thirty one days since the outbreak happened already had two hundred thirteen gas over ninety five hundred cases were almost a ten thousand cases this is a larger number of cases then the sars outbreak that we had a two thousand to two thousand three but let's step thank god that outbreak I believe was from November two thousand to two July two thousand three I need to double check the dates but that's bad about six seven months killed over seven hundred seventy four people we're already at two hundred thirteen people in a month so it is it's very very scary the World Health Organization yesterday finally declared this a global health emergency for Askin why did it take so long ads because again they have to and they they said that they kind of have to wait dole was out out of China you know we had five cases in the US we haven't heard of any new cases yet to in California one Arizona one of Washington state one Chicago I'm the one in I believe Chicago transfer from husband to wife maybe we have six case I need to double check that but the World Health Organization kind of have to wait until it's affected the world it could just be in the one country and only what does it mean when they declared a global health emergency well it means that they could get money they could get political you know support and we they kind of need you know whenever we have an outbreak if it's just a one country thing the other countries don't seem to get involved with the World Health Organization those guys okay you know this is a global health emergency then it starts to put things on balancer puts things on the on the when you have a meeting and you have things all my gosh I can't even think of the term the agenda okay so now people I've talk countries have to figure out what they're gonna do Eric and airlines and Delta stand I think the pilots union suit but American Airlines is now canceling all flights in China delta the same from what I understand the last flights out of going to be I think this weekend it all depends on the airline this is kind of an involving story but flights to China are going to be stopped out of those two carriers will hear more about the other carriers in fact I believe one of the airlines there's not gonna be any flights to China till April so airlines is trying to take action this World Health Organization kind of label of this being a global health emergency kind of allows companies to take more aggressive action which I believe we kind of needs to be done at this point because we already have two hundred thirteen deaths and this is going very very quickly the problem though is we also don't want you to panic this is something that can easily put us all into a global recession you know chive China's economy gets hurt and you know they're tourism there you know exports imports things like that you know it could really have a domino effect and so we don't want people to panic and start ludi in and you know committing suicide on my gosh I think you know I got the Sniffles I think of coronavirus we need everybody to kind of take a deep breath but we also need people to realize that this isn't a little cold okay you know this is a serious threat and one of the reasons why I am on the side of this being pretty serious is because nobody's really kind of telling us why this started I don't know if I really by this whole back to snake to human sort of jump it happens you know corona virus to be very highly beautiful to very smart virus things happen all the time you know and in other you know other countries you have access to animals that we might not you know in the states and they might not have the sanitation methods but you know I don't know you know when it is really sad and we think this came from a lab next door you know a leak I'd like those answers out of like those answers because then we could study it more soul we now are whenever there's an outbreak like this you have panic whenever there's panic this stupid so what's the stupid that's going on right now well now online in a social media there's fake so people are telling fei coronavirus Kerr they know if you want to buy anything they'll do anything you don't want to talk about masks so I'm afraid to show you this is a box I got I believe during the last sars we talked about mass these masks do not pretend to guess coronavirus people don't wear them correctly you know I mean when they put them on you know I it's it's I mean maybe it'll help not get somebody spit on you but once he's get wet it could still transmit disease these things are selling for like six hundred Bucks a box all right they're sold out in so many countries so many states and that's kind of stupid because if you use them now too early before really hits the United States then what do you have one the pope really hits the fan so these things are now going to be on back order and and you know we need to really be careful about how people are approaching this that being said this corona virus is a new virus it's a little unpredictable and it's unpredictable because were being given information that might not be useful to wonder thirteen people died who died where the kids where are they adults healthy adults where the vulnerable and now one epidemiologists out of Great Britain so the majority of them were sickly an elderly we need that information because maybe we need to you know what we do to precautions make sure are vulnerable populations are more protected by you know would like to know that sort of information and we're not getting that they're not telling us was not you know is that the average you know twenty two year old college student who's living in the dorms getting this or is it somebody with diabetes are these corner called elderly individuals are they diabetics are the COPD or are they all from a respiratory
Bernie Sanders slams Biden: He brings 'a lot of baggage' into the race
"Thirty one days. That is how close we are to the Iowa caucuses just thirty one days new fundraising numbers giving us a snapshot into the current state of play with the big take away the Bernie Sanders or at least his fundraising operation appears to be surging at probably. Just the right moment. His campaign says arrays almost thirty five million dollars in in the fourth quarter of last year. Tops among Democrats who've reported an almost ten million more than second-place Mayor P Buddha judge former vice president Joe Biden and injure Yang Round out the rest of the top fundraising numbers Elizabeth. Warren said today that she's going to report numbers soon now. Shortly after today's numbers were published Anders took a direct shot at Joe Biden's ability as a candidate saying unquote. It's just a lot of baggage. Joe Takes into a campaign which isn't going to create energy and excitement. He brings into this campaign record which is so weak that it just cannot create the kind of excitement and energy that is going to be needed to defeat Donald trump moments go by responded Bernie Sanders Bernie lots of luck in your senior year Bernie joining me now is Howard Dean former Democrat Democratic presidential candidate and chairman of the DNC and also I see mills and political commentator and Democratic Strategist Governor Dean the back and forth between Senator Sanders and Vice President Biden. It does seem like clearly the closer we get to Iowa the the I mean this is the most obvious involving the sharper. The attacks are becoming. And that's I mean that's par for the course. This is so familiar from sixteen years ago. I bet he is amazing Yeah no that's this is what the what happens. So you got thirty days to go. Iowa is going to focus the presidential race and attention of the of the Democratic primary voters on the winner of this race ace and the next two or three and so yeah this is. This is the battle for the president of the United States. And it's GONNA get rough. I what we haven't seen is sanders ZANDER's going after Elizabeth Warren Senator Warren and I mean obviously. Do they have to do that or is there any reason for him. I'm she's been sort of imploding and certainly fundraising problems and not. She seemed to have lost some momentum from some of the debates do you think sanders feels feels he doesn't need to go down that road and possibly alienate people. Who if they like war and they decide she's not viable would go to him so the first thing I'll say is that I wouldn't characterize Elizabeth Warren campaign in any way shape or form as imploding? I think that you know when you raise twenty million dollars and a quarter or whatever. She's GONNA report. I don't know what that number is. That's hardly imploding. I think the reason he's and why though you're not gonNA see Bernie Sanders go directly after Elizabeth Warren because we are in this Democratic primary in an ideological battle and the two of them are ideologically on the same team. This is a battle between progress. Do we care about lifting up all the people do we care about the small guy about small donors. Um What is the vision for the Democratic Party America about inclusivity who gets to be at the table and then there's doing business as usual and so that's really what this debate is about. And so when you see the Joe Biden saying well I'm the guy who's been around for a really long time. Remember me you guys know what I did. I'm going to do more of that. Well people who support at Elizabeth Warren or war a Bernie Sanders. Don't really believe that that's the way we should move forward. We actually need some kind of change. We need some growth of different governor dean. When you hear a British pretty senator saying look you know? Joe Biden is not going to get people excited mayor you know. You look at Buda. Judge's numbers among African Americans.
Trump Says Trade War With China Could Drag On
"President trump sent a shockwave through the markets after announcing a trade deal with China might make more sense after the twenty twenty on election then early this morning as we started squawk box the markets reversed course and indicated to open higher on a Bloomberg report. That people familiar with the matter said the. US and China China are getting closer to agreeing on the amount of tariffs that would be rolled back in a phase one trade deal. This is all happening while. President trump is in London for the seventieth anniversary of NATO's founding and let's get back to Becky I guess there's a lesson from the last twenty four hours. It's every trade headline could swing things in one direction or the other markets gets are watching this waiting to see what happens as we get closer to that December fifteenth deadline for win. Additional tariffs are expected to go on. If there's not a trade deal that's reached yesterday. Yesterday was A little bit of a rough session for stocks the Dow at one point following more than four hundred points before closing down by two hundred and fifty points. That's just worst day since early October. And that tells you a little bit about where we've come in these markets the idea that a one percent pullback. We haven't seen that in over two months. How are we hitting new highs for two three months up to thirty one day or so on the SNP? But I think a lot of that was built on the assumption that you would see if not some trade deal that was done. Additional tariffs on our back to that. We're back we're GONNA supposedly according to this person who knows which persons which campus which we're going to have something by December fifteen th and there will be additional tariffs anyway anyway when it was all said and done we have a two day. One wasn't caught call market trauma. Let's at one point. One point nine percent point nine for all time is one percent for the year one point nine percent down from all time by the way much needed needed it. It's good thing overall. I need more Shaka tree is a what is this. This is not even a I don't know this is like a hangnail. Look equity even psoriasis. Equity exposure exposure has been optimistic for the entire year. You have a friendly fed. That's underneath the market. That's supporting the market. Anytime cautious optimism evolves into extreme stream optimism which over the last couple of weeks. It seems to have. It's good if you temper. That enthusiasm have a little bit of a pullback in the market because that leads you to the next road higher. Let's get the latest trade buzz from Jeffers in Washington who was it. Amen was up from our side and it was at the the more Eh wasn't Navarro. Probably have you think it was Mnuchin or something the source for this Bloomberg piece that we're all talking about this morning yes you know. There's like three senior administration officials who do tend to talk not sure I can name exactly which senior administration officials Bloomberg but they're saying. US China move closer or to trade deal Despite heated rhetoric so that gives you a sense that we might be getting halfway there but a lot of these reports have been giving you the sense that we're getting halfway there and halfway there and halfway there as you know you can go halfway there forever without actually getting there so not clear what this necessarily means. The president is in London then where he has been making headlines about trade during the course of the week a lot of complexities on the global stage here for the president to sort through in London and will watch for those relationships during the course of the day today as we see these further bilateral meetings between the president and European leaders and whether we get any indication from any of those where any of these trade negotiations between the US and the European countries or the US and China where any of that is going to land. Joe There. I guess ascribing some some of president trump's comments or not ascribing but describing them as not necessarily policy but sort of speaking just off the top of his head. That's what we're hearing about the COP off. The COP does a lot of off-the-cuff does he does. And you know in in the way does it. You gotTa Love It. It's like I'm thinking that but I'm not going to say but right after he said it. which is it's just? It's kind of funny question yesterday. I don't want to answer that question. And then he answered the question he did Eh. Makoni is pretty funny to you. GotTa admit where he goes. That was the biggest non-answer you know your. That's why you're such a good politician because you really don't say tense meeting between Emmanuel Macron and big handshake Sanchez to write a squeezy handshake from down to one hundred percent taxes on two point. Four billion worth of French goods will make a relationship a little still thinking thinking about that. Can you still get. I still get French onion soup without without a terrorist. We're so we're GONNA in front of. Ah French fries. Though I saw another potatoes are getting smaller. I saw that today. I don't know whether it's climate change whether it. Hey Ain't you really concern me with getting getting halfway there and then halfway the halfway there because that's asymptotically analysis you will never get there. You realize that you can see where you're you're trying to get and you get closer to eat within a millimeter of getting there. But then you're only by two. Yeah you'll never ever get there. Let's just hope you're wrong about that. I mean that's the question is are we getting. There does indicate some underlying reality or are these just officials sort of talking to reporters on the on the sly one thing that's obscured scared with all the back and forth the Mnuchin wing that Navarre wing is. Is there a deal on the table for the taking if we wanted it right now is there takeoff on the tariffs and buy some. You'll score is that. Is that deal on news. That skinny deal on the table right. I mean it seems like the Chinese would would agree to buy something from the US in exchange for the US holding off on tariffs the question is how many what tariffs and which which of the tit. For Tat responses responses during the course of the year will be rolled back at what time that is much more complicated negotiation but you could imagine that the US was willing to roll back all of its tariff. Eric increases the Chinese would buy some goods call today. But that's not what the president got in this for. That's not what he wants. But let's get to Eunice you in Beijing for the trade bus from China just outlined launched in a bid on what you guys were discussing with aim on that Bloomberg report just based on on versus in China has said they are already thought that they we had an agreement on Tariffs Robak over a month ago. Our about a month ago. I know that's when the commerce ministry if you remember had said that there there is going to be a phase out of these tariffs and said it quite quite a proudly then the next day president trump head backed act away from it. So I think it's probably worth taking this latest report with a grain of salt until the until we actually we see hit
GM, UWA Reach Tentative Deal
"At General Motors have been on strike for thirty one days but that may soon be coming to an end the United Auto Workers Union and G. M. have reached a tendon of Labor Deal Union representatives will be in Detroit tomorrow to discuss its terms and what comes next for more details we turn to Mike Elias in Detroit like what are the terms of the tentative deal between GM and the United Auto Workers Union you're right now neither side is delving into the details but we do know from our reporting the general shape of the agreement which you know we know that there's a combination of wage increases and bonuses and each of the four years so the work of workers will get more pay in each of the each of the four years of the contract if they agreed to it and we can talk about that in a minute there's also a pathway to full time employment for me very workers and that's been a big sticking point with the Union you know you've got people working three or four or five years without a on a temporary basis without reaching fulltime status so oh that's a big one. I think they're going to get a richer signing bonus than they've gotten in the past last time they got eight thousand just just to ratify the contract that it'll be more this time I'm healthcare will essentially saying these are some of the you know the the best healthcare benefits you can find so all in all you know I think a pretty good deal for the union but we'll see if if this thing gets ratified and you already anticipated by next question which is what the next steps are here we know the strike will continue for now and union leaders are scheduled to meet with GM officials in Detroit tomorrow on Thursdays so what happens then yeah there's more than one hundred union leaders from all around these different local union chapters around the country they're coming into Detroit tomorrow they're gonNa meet as a council and this group will decide not only whether or not this ten and a contract tentative agreement looks okay to bring back to their members but we're also GonNa make what is going to be a billion dollar decision give or take as to whether or not the workers will stay out on the picket lines or go back to work while they await ratification vote it's a big decision there's sort of various theories as to whether or not got it makes sense to go back to work or stay out and these leaders are going to make that decision it's going to have big implications one way or another on GM's bottom line speaking of financial we know this has been a costly strike so far for both sides what has been the impact on General Motors and on its workers for GM this come straight off the bottom line I mean they they they're still selling cars at dealerships because they had inventory there but the way the business works they booked revenue as soon as a car leaves the plant to go to a dealership and so they started losing money from from day one and our best estimates are one point five to two billion is is what's GonNa come off the bottom line just from from lost production and just general disruption from the strike so that's hurt their stocks down a little bit since the strike began maybe not as much as you'd think and for workers you know they're out I think the last estimate I saw was three or four thousand dollars of take home pay has been lost and they also Chris get substantial bonuses for profit sharing at the end of the year for GM this is cut into gems prophets and therefore it's it's got into the workers profit-sharing checks by as much as one to two thousand dollars is the estimate and even if the two sides do sign this agreement you point out in your piece for the Wall Street Journal some other channel oranges ahead to name a few the UAW is losing members amid a multi year federal corruption investigation and General Motors also has plans to close additional factories in the United States it's which was one of the sticking points in this strike yeah I mean you know I think this is why this has been such such a tough battle this time is because there's so much uncertainty besides I mean for the Union you're right they have been losing membership they failed to organize some of the foreign automakers. US operations over the last several years four year period the market's been very strong the economy's been good you know this is a cyclical business and so both sides know that can change and there's a Lotta just disruption going on and terms of the pivot that the industry's making electric cars that's got input implications for the workforce 'cause it doesn't take as many workers to put together electrical ours is does gas powered cars and so there's all these things sort of swirling around these talks that have really made each side dig in and try not to over extend you know if you're the company got over extend your costs going into this next four years dance the Wall Street Journal's Mike Elias joining us from Detroit thank you so much Mike
Dennis' Moment Lives up to the Hype in Iroquois
"Good morning my friend very good more this where we just played the clip type of this horse breaking his maiden Dennis's moment and have you. I know you've been around some pretty darn. Good horses my friend but this is that impressed that performance was so so so impressive yeah. It's bad in the best meaning victory ever seen so I've been around a Lotta. He acts like he's one of the best. When did you start to get in a sense that he could be this kind of horse like him a lot when they were breaking even then we came into us when the first time she prays. I'm working with some good horses. Nobody can keep up with it so figured we were on something pretty special and then he comes out in his maiden race and clips heels loses. Jockey Robbie Alvarado that was in June and then redeems himself of that nineteen eight victory what was going through your mind when you saw him clip heels and saw Robbie come off. That was a bad day. I was just I hope I saw the ratings. Were still in place in soap. They went come over said tripping wouldn't get hurt and then worried about he was hurt when we got back to the barn but he's sure got lucky that day and that's that's show how good he really is in. The stomach did get get himself up recovering. Come back in and Iran down to Orson wonder race and fifty Yup Yup. You know you were saying that that was maybe the most special maiden breaking performance performance that you've seen it. You've seen a lot of them. Nineteen lengths the final margin I as as he's drawing off through the stretch and you're watching that what's going through your mind. Well I mean. I just couldn't believe what I was seeing. He just got widening and asks the Jack said he actually never asked him to. Rani said he couldn't tell us going that fast but turnaround look. There's nobody back there. I mean it had me shaken with so impressive when now he s a stretch out go to turns in in this mile and a sixteenth Iroquois later this afternoon. What have you done to make sure he's ready to stretch out. Well yet missed a beat. I mean the thing is you don't want to Overdo it. He's but he missed a pre work then on racetrack over day since handed and he's naturally should rallied the distance with federal great yeah he should son of. Tis Now and a horse that appears to be is talented as they come and just in case you're wondering they'll just two hundred thirty one days ten hours six minutes and four seconds until the first Saturday in May that's a lot of strategy for a horse. Do you let that cross your mind at all at this point. That's way too early. I mean you can't help but to start dreaming a little bit but there's so much inbetween here and we just wanted to get through this race if you're expecting superbowl towards the Breeders Cup. You've done pretty well in this Iroquois this again looking for your third victory. you want it in two thousand thirteen we Kleber and came back in two thousand sixteen with not this time. What is it about this race. It just seems to fit your overall schedule and your philosophy was churchill downs for one. That's that's how I need to know. The last ten years we deal with a lot of courses trying to make a derby horse or triple crown horse. This is the first step in the past thirty so it's just a pretty obvious fit force you know he showed a lot of speed going to the to the front right off the bat and that seven Furlong Maiden win. Is that the strategy. You expect to see again today. There's a lot of speed in the race so it just leave it up to the ACA Iran Ortiz. The best rat countries coming in around him breaking. Put him wherever he feels comfortable. Just try not to give him. Stop talking about that relationship. You have with the al-baas obviously you've you've had a ton of success in recent years partnering with them talk about that relationship yeah. It's been good I mean. We put a system together several years ago to try to get derby horses. We've put up. We've had a five years. I've got the three times and really everybody thinks they have a Lotta. Horses will only about eight euros a year so the systems working and hopefully this horse can get us there. A two definitely deserved win the big yeah no doubt about it. This horse sold for four hundred thousand dollars as a yearling at the Saratoga sale the phasing Tipton Saratoga sale last last year. What was it you saw him as a yearling that made you think okay we gotta have him well. We got a big team. That goes out selects. The horses got from the pedigree the analyst of the shortlist very park for not come through with the final say and he just jumped through all the hoops you have to go through the cardiovascular exam a skeleton exam he jumped through all the hoops and you know the price point we thought was fair for Saratoga. Especially four hundred thousand looks like it's GonNa pay the off. Yeah it certainly does. He's he's talented. Dennis's moment in the grade three Iroquois race ten at Churchill this afternoon yet a few others to you have three other maidens ends that are entered you have to in the fourth race in one in the eleventh race following the Iroquois Tell me a little bit about cigar box and fight fight fight in the fourth scratched fight fight fight fight. I don't like him. Come out on the white running KLOM race and cigar box source. He's doing good. You never know about our debut but he's training very well. later later on we've got the very top divorce and continental clash another. Tis Now. He's a big strong. Colton who got started anymore else. He just wanted to stretch out on. I just want to get a raise at L. Cave you. You know it's funny. When you think about sport seems Dale you often hear that they don't rebuild build. They reload in every year. You come round with these top two year olds. It seems like that's all you do. You don't rebuild just reload this game. Everything starts on September. When we start on babysit hopefully continue to do that. You know the our goal is to win executor. Everyone saying the only way you can do to start with some good young horses yeah it would be special special del Romans a native of Louisville to win the Kentucky Derby at his home track in his home town would be quite remarkable. Dale is always man. I appreciate the visit and thanks thanks for spending a few minutes. I know you got a lot of things to get to today so I'll let you
"thirty one days" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Is the thirty first day of may and White House, national security adviser, John Bolton is warning Iran than any attacks in the Persian Gulf will draw a very strong response from the US Bolton's comments came after he said there had been a previously unknown attempt to attack the Saudi oil port of yon, boo. Here's a secretary or national security adviser bolt measured say in his own words on Iran, the president's policy is not regime change. It never has been I've said many, many things over the years before I took this job on a wide variety of subjects, I've hardly, hidden my views under a bushel basket. But in this job, I'm the national security adviser. I'm not the national security decision maker, and obviously, the president dictates the policy, and that's certainly true on North Korea's. Well, the president is very determined that night. Iran, nor North Korea will get deliverable nuclear weapons. He has been fully prepared to negotiate with either both countries he said, so since the twenty sixteen campaign, he's held to summit meetings with Kim Jong on precedent. Breaking a pair of summits, and he's held fast to the position, he's expressed there that he wants to see all of North Korea's nuclear weapons program eliminated so his position is very clear, and that's obviously the, the position of the administration. I've said it was almost certainly the case that Iran was responsible for the attack on the tankers. We expect that the countries of the vessels involved Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates in Norway will in due course I think fairly shortly make public the results of their investigations. I don't think anybody who knows the region has any doubt who stage those attacks or the attacks on the Saudi pipeline pumping stations, whether Iran or their surrogates we've made it very clear that this kind of behavior is not something they should be engaged in, and we've made it, particularly clear that if American citizens or facilities are threatened or attacked that there will be a very strong response. Now secretary of state. Mike Pompeo's in Germany meeting with world powers to try to ease tensions in the Gulf, Germany. Of course, one of the countries that signed onto the twenty fifteen nuclear deal and is trying to keep it alive after the US withdrew from it. President Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner meeting with his Rayleigh Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday to push the administration's long-awaited plan for peace in the Middle East. This has Israel was thrust in the political of unprecedented. Second election in the same year. Kushner stopped in Israel as part of a Middle East tour to rally support for the upcoming economic conference in Bahrain, which the White House bills as the first portion of its peace plan..
Campaign for a 13 Month Calendar
"Can be confusing. I mean, some months have thirty days some have thirty one days, and let's not even talk about February. Well, once upon a time an accountant for the British railway reinvented, the annual calendar to have thirteen months and today, we've got the story of why it didn't catch on the man I'm talking about is Moses b cuts worth for some reason to me if I had to give a name to a British accountant and the early nineteen hundreds Moses Cosworth would absolutely be. I mean, it's perfect. He just seems like he's from an old time he play or something. He's he's the Scrooge. It's a great name around the turn of the twentieth century Cosworth was running into issues with the calendar. Long story short. He couldn't compare the railway companies revenue from one month to the next and immediately recognize how things were going. It was hard to see if. There was a change in actual customers from month to month or if revenue changed because of other variables like differences in days from month to month. That's why cuts worth designed a new calendar with thirteen months of exactly twenty eight days each the day of every date was always the same. So the I would always be a Sunday in the thirteenth would always be a Friday at cetera. Cots words thirteenth month was called soul for the summer solstice right between June and July. The leap day was also moved from February to place at the end of Seoul to round out three hundred sixty five days. Cosworth added ear day after the twenty eighth of December as a global holiday that belonged to no individual month. Sounds great. Right. Well, the kind of was in fact, it was wildly popular with businessmen at the time, including George Eastman, who was the founder of Kodak. In fact, Kodak implemented the thirteen month calendar in nineteen twenty four and it stayed in place, organizing the company's finances and production all the way until nineteen. Eighteen eighty nine. But while businesses like the predictability, everyday Americans did not the biggest problem may have been the destruction of independence day also known as the fourth of July the calendars approached a holidays was to place them on the Monday closest to their original date to allow for three day weekend. When it came to independence day, the adopters had two options, they could either keep it in July, but place it on a Monday, which would make it the second of July or keep it where it wasn't a year, which would make it the sixteenth of soul, and apparently Americans were not cool with either option. So the idea eventually died out, but that doesn't make it a bad idea. It just seems that sometimes the fix for a problem is more effort than it's worth. I love that Americans weren't cooler with it just because it wouldn't be the fourth of July the second of July. I mean, there are other issues to like your birthday would change right. Like all sorts of things would change. And we're we're very attached to our holidays. That's
Campaign for a 13-Month Calendar
"Calendars can be confusing. I mean, some months have thirty days some have thirty one days, and let's not even talk about February. Well, once upon a time an accountant for the British railway reinvented, the annual calendar to have thirteen months and today, we've got the story of why it didn't catch on the man I'm talking about is Moses b cuts worth for some reason to me if I had to give a name to a British accountant and the early nineteen hundreds Moses Cosworth would absolutely be. I mean, it's perfect. He just seems like he's from an old time he play or something. He's he's the Scrooge. It's a great name around the turn of the twentieth century Cosworth was running into issues with the calendar. Long story short. He couldn't compare the railway companies revenue from one month to the next and immediately recognize how things were going. It was hard to see if. There was a change in actual customers from month to month or if revenue changed because of other variables like differences in days from month to month. That's why cuts worth designed a new calendar with thirteen months of exactly twenty eight days each the day of every date was always the same. So the I would always be a Sunday in the thirteenth would always be a Friday at cetera. Cots words thirteenth month was called soul for the summer solstice right between June and July. The leap day was also moved from February to place at the end of Seoul to round out three hundred sixty five days. Cosworth added ear day after the twenty eighth of December as a global holiday that belonged to no individual month. Sounds great. Right. Well, the kind of was in fact, it was wildly popular with businessmen at the time, including George Eastman, who was the founder of Kodak. In fact, Kodak implemented the thirteen month calendar in nineteen twenty four and it stayed in place, organizing the company's finances and production all the way until nineteen. Eighteen eighty nine. But while businesses like the predictability, everyday Americans did not the biggest problem may have been the destruction of independence day also known as the fourth of July the calendars approached a holidays was to place them on the Monday closest to their original date to allow for three day weekend. When it came to independence day, the adopters had two options, they could either keep it in July, but place it on a Monday, which would make it the second of July or keep it where it wasn't a year, which would make it the sixteenth of soul, and apparently Americans were not cool with either option. So the idea eventually died out, but that doesn't make it a bad idea. It just seems that sometimes the fix for a problem is more effort than it's worth. I love that Americans weren't cooler with it just because it wouldn't be the fourth of July the second of July. I mean, there are other issues to like your birthday would change right. Like all sorts of things would change. And we're we're very attached to our holidays. That's true.
Wild NFL rule allows Roger Goodell to reverse Rams-Saints outcome, but would he actually use it?
"To overturn the outcome of the game. Despite the fact that everyone in the world who watches football and watch the game knows it was a no call or a bad. No call that allowed the Rams to win the game. Here's the way the rule. Reads, the Commissioner has the sole authority to investigate and take appropriate disciplinary and or corrective measures of any club action non-participant interference or calamity occurs in an NFL game. Which the Commissioner deemed so extraordinary unfair or outside the accepted tactics encountered in professional football. That such action has a major effect on the result of the game. In other words, the NFL Commissioner. Watching the game. The other day could easily come to the conclusion that the no call was such an extraordinarily unfair situation for the New Orleans Saints that he could reverse the outcome of the game or make them play again and figure this thing out. That would be just totally amazing. But it's rule seventeen section to article one. And no one believes it Goodell would use it. But the fact is that, you know, people are reporting on it, the does exist, and it certainly would fit the the Gada gory of what we saw not happen. Not happen. But not happened in the game on Sunday. Right. So anyway, you got that out there. But I would have to ask. What would be the reaction of the public? If for the first time in the history of the game that we had a Commissioner of the National Football League or any of the sports league for that matter would actually intervene to the point that he would reverse the outcome of a game. No matter how bad the officiating was your how many calls that you would be. So you know, there's a big difference. So I will say this between the idea you're seeing a holding call and or you see a holding of a you know, a player on a play. And there's no call by the referees versus something that you know, guy gets totally wiped out with the ball coming his way in. What is I think you don't have to be the most knowledgeable fan to realize that there should have been a penalty called in an instance. So I think there's a big difference. Yeah. I've I've heard some of these football players, you know, on some of the sports shows make the claim that we as fans, and I'm certainly not an Xs no guy don't didn't play football. So I would not understand this. But they'll hear them say that fans, we always think things are holding when they're not really holding. Now, the guys I've always heard say that usually were offensive lineman. For various football teams are programs. But you know, they say, well, you think that you thought that was holding vans. Always call holding when there's not really holding and okay. Well, I'll I'll allow you to make that that comment because you know, more about it than I do. But I don't think anyone is going to question. The fact that that was pass interference and helmet to helmet, and it wasn't called. So anyway, Roger Goodell has in his purview. If he were to really push this to the extreme and reverse the decision of the game. Now that would be the I if he were to exercise. His authority entities rule that would not be my favorite outcome. I would think these play the game again. First of all it gives us another game to watch. And Secondly, it would be a precedent. Because the my knowledge it's never happened. But that would be the the most fair. Result. Right. Because you can't tell the Rams no, I'm sorry. You're not going to Atlanta the blame the Super Bowl because of this dumb miscall by the referees. So anyway. Section seventeen. Excuse me rule. Seventeen section to article one the Commissioner has the sole authority to investigate and take appropriate disciplinary and corrective measures of any club action non-participant interference or calamity, which is certainly was occurs at an NFL game which the Commissioner deems so extra ordinarily unfair. Or outside the accepted tactics encountered in professional football that such action as a major effect on the result of the game. So anyway, do you think that that applies in this case a lot of people would think that and I think, but I just it's not going to happen. But it's kind of fun to think about just because of the the reaction that you would see with this right now, they'd be happy New Orleans. No question about it. But would not be happy, Los Angeles. And I'm not sure how the fans generally you got some thoughts give us a call here. But I'm not sure how fans generally across the National Football League would would go along with that with Roger Goodell. Most people that I hear talk about Roger Goodell or not big fans of is think he's been a very weak NFL Commissioner and didn't really handle this whole issue about the Colin Kaepernick controversy. Very well. So this would be, you know, a major step out. Did those of you old enough to remember Pete Roselle a major league base-? I mean, the the NFL would you know, we would say that'd be like a Pete Rozelle move nut Roger Goodell government shutdown at thirty one days now and counting. And we had a discussion last half hour with Dr Lameiro who I think may have actually hit on something I've done a number of interviews about this government shutdown thing, but he came up with. I think is the most likely the the outcomes. Of this whole issue. And that is that this will go on a couple of more weeks, Dante below she will not give in there'll be no counter offer from the Democrats or if they do it. It won't be wanting to be taken seriously that the government will continue to function at its current situation until some of these government agencies simply cannot produce things like the food stamps, some of the other social programs that would have to be discontinued not just for about the federal employees in about whether they're getting paid, but whether some of these social programs with exist, and therefore that would put the pressure on the president did then opened up the government. And then in his defense. He's only option then would be by executive order to music funding that exists for construction redirect the money to build the wall, or at least start the. Building of the wall on the southern border. Meanwhile, Democrats would likely take that to court try to fight this and put a stoppage to his reversion of funds or diversion of funds. And then. Maybe this would make it all the way up to the US supreme court. And then this issue of whether the president has
"thirty one days" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Was more celebration than a March today on the east side? Thousands of people marched down MLK drive today to honor the late Dr Martin Luther King on this national holiday northside councilman John courage has having the largest MLK Marsha the country says a lot for San Antonio, literally hundreds of thousands of people. For the community to participate. Really a fest from the bus drivers union brought in nineteen sixty six vintage bus, the Dr king once wrote on police are looking for several men who kicked down the door to an apartment close to UTSA on the northwest side today and started shooting inside the apartment police say two men were in their apartment, the seventy one hundred block of UTSA boulevard. When three men kick down the front door and started shooting into one of the bedrooms and the victims say the intruders were looking for something but got scared and ran away firing one more shot out of their cars. They sped out of the parking lot. And nobody was hit by any of the shots. Although a woman in the next apartment was hit in the foot by a bullet fragment that came to the wall a vote on the president's border proposals expected to happen this week as the partial government shutdown continues for the past thirty one days congress and President Trump had been grid-locked overboard, awhile funding, and yet another candidates declared. She's running for president in two thousand twenty and California Democratic Senator Kamala Harris announced she's running for president then to questions that are alma mater Howard University. One of the first. Questions was how to get more black people to vote Harris would not talk race saying she plans to reach out to all Americans. We must understand that based on where they are being geographic region be gender or race or ethnicity. There may be a diversity of issues and concerns and Lee should be in tune to those issues and concerns and fundamentally we also should understand that the vast majority of us have so much more in common than what separates us. She blamed President Trump for the current government shutdown calling his wall of vanity project today navy the gloomiest day of the year, a British researchers says the third Monday in January is the worst it created a mathematical equation for what he calls blue Monday. He based the calculations on weather conditions that levels time since Christmas time since.
To Curb Taliban, Afghan President Replaces Security Chiefs
"Herself to her role, and the people of Japan would sincerity the empress said he was relieved that his rain ending without Japan. Having been again being engaged in a war. Hundreds of Hindu hardliners have blocked a path leading to a well-known temple in southern India to stop a group of women from reaching the hilltop shrine. The temple has become a major battleground between Hindu radicals and gender activists since the Indian Supreme Court in a landmark ruling overturned a longstanding ban on women of childbearing age from visiting the shrine BBC news. This is from our own correspondent here on the BBC World Service. I'm PASCAL harsher. Hello and welcome to the program that takes you to places others. Don't reach in this edition. We visit the Somali town where pirates once flaunted their ill-gotten bling. We also follow a dramatic story of one woman's escape from violence in Cameroon with little granddaughter into and we meet a man helping to keep a dying language alive. I I to Hungary. I don't know what's happening to my country. A young Hungarian woman told me recently, it's crazy what the government is doing. It. Seems that many Hungarians from right to left are alarmed at the policies, the Prime Minister Viktor Orban, and his feeders party of pushing through he had already increased his power to controversial extent. As far as the e u is concerned and more recently, a new Bill, which almost doubles, the hours of overtime, an employer can demand from their staff sparked demonstrations across Hungary from Budapest, Nick, THORP examines. How this crisis came to be two bronze lions flank the steps of the Hungarian parliament. They're proud forms appearing and disappearing through the billowing red white and green smoke from the protesters flares peg tyre on the steps between them stand. The riot police in full dress uniform tear gas canisters of the ready like Roman centurions. Arranged for a family photograph. It's an image which would have given the famous Hungarian architect Imre style. The mastermind of the parliament building and champion of symbolism. Pause for thought were the lines flanked by police protecting Hungarian sovereignty from the mob as the carefully scripted government. Messages would have us believe or were the lions blessing the people as they tried to retake. They're building from corrupt power hungry, mafia as the messages circling on the leaflets in the crowd suggest the roots of the protests live far away in another country with a lot of problems lines Britain at least half a million young skilled Hungarians who've left their homeland in recent years, mostly for Britain, they left for good economic reasons a minimum hourly wage four times higher than in Hungary, many others now leaving for political reasons to according to agency which finds jobs for them and interviews them beforehand. They say they've had enough of Prime Minister Viktor Auburn his feet as party and their eight year rule, the four million also Hungarian employees left behind a being asked to work longer and longer hours to cope with the ensuing labor shortage on the twelfth of December the government pushed a law through parliament, which would increase the ceiling on annual overtime hours from two hundred fifty two four hundred Hungarian jewelry work the equivalent of thirty one days overtime a year. The new law adds another nineteen to that a total of fifty extra days a year, meaning employers could demand a six day working week German car giants like Audi Mercedes and the new kid on the block BMW a drawn here by the fact that Hungarian labor is cheaper than robots and the tax breaks unfavorable exchange rates as they pay their workers in Hungarian foreign and so they caused for euros. But the social consequences of overwork. Wherever it takes place on dia, Hungary, has one of the lowest life expectancies in the EU who actually asked for the new overtime law, not necessarily the Germans Karoi. Judge. A trade union leader told me, though, they would certainly have been pleased by it more likely the owners of the many medium and small enterprises in the ruling party's empire. He suggested the vote in favor of the law should have sailed through parliament powered by these strong feeders majority instead opposition MP's, ambushed it blowing whistles and sirens. An occupying the stairs to stop the speaker reaching his pulpit. One politician. Ben Saito die broadcast the whole four hour drama live on Facebook. There were two point four million views Prime Minister Viktor Orban comes across as a weak and powerless figure in the videos alerted to. What was happening by toward is livestream. The protesters gathered in front of the building and the standoff began. For several months after his landslide reelection in April. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban seemed to have the wind in his sales. But in just the last two weeks because of the protests, the wind direction has changed and blowing the smoke in the prime minister's is as well. As those of the riot police the new law this proven deeply unpopular opposed by eighty three percent of those consulted by one polling agency. Even before the protests began last Sunday, they marched on the state television station, which they denounced as a factory of lies when opposition MP's were prevented. From reaching the live studio to read out their demands, the event was also rich in historical symbolism in one thousand nine hundred eighty six the Hungarian uprising against the communist regime began when protesters were prevented from reading demands on Hungarian radio in the past week protests, civil said being organized in towns across the country and March is held to. Local media which now under government control back at the parliament, building the lines lookout on a snowy landscape on tourists Christmas decorations and policemen mildly festive in their red hats and on protest his happy Christmas. Happy Christmas John the crowd as though Christmas too is a match that they just have to win. Nick, stop our next. Stop is a town that became famous for all the wrong reasons, I'll in Somalia's semi autonomous region of Puntland was thrown to the center of global attention. When an American flag chip was captured by pirates operating from the town that was nine years ago. Now when I'll was known as the hub of Somali piracy, the pirates and their riches have largely gone now imprisoned dead or moved on to karma waters. But what has become of I'll and soy has been. Into safer self. Boat approaches the town of a I can't help. But notice the beautiful landscape. It time is trip of white Sunday beach is dotted with a mixture of modern buildings in traditional mix. Shift shelters behind. It is a dramatic Gordon Brown cliff possibly hundreds of meters, high it breaks to the left to reveal the distant horizon Puntland imagine how beautiful the setting this would be to shoot a movie instability in this country is the obvious deterrent. But I have really been immortalised on film, captain Phillips the Hollywood blockbuster. Starring Tom Hanks is based on the true story of an American captain Richard Phillips in two thousand nine he will sailing from Oman in the Middle East to Mamba Kenya. When his ship was captured by four heavily armed Somali pirates on skiffs, led by Abdul say the forced the American. Onto one of their boats and tried to take him ashore dramatic risk emission followed involving a US navy destroyer and seal commandos, captain Phillips will saved Mosa arrested and the other pirates killed I think of that film. They arriving Abdulah Busey's hometown, not knowing what to expect but locals tell me the little drummer here. These days the threat of piracy has declined thanks in part to the UN Security Council's decision ten years ago to allow ships to enter Somali territorial waters at the time pirates like Mosul parading with impunity the tuck ships almost every day and often return to I to try and blend into the community donors paid in brunson's flowed freely here as huge sums were paid to secure the release of ships and their crew the pirates lead lodge in. By the residents. Tell me just as they did it see the pirates terrorized people here to the locals soon grew to resent this treatment, the pirates don't come here anymore. A police chief Mohammad diarrhea SUV tells me proudly EMMY legal boats would be brought here by PM PF and rewarding with them. He PM PF is the Puntland maritime police force which has been expanding with help from the European Union. It's now the biggest marine police force in Somalia with eight hundred recruits some of them took up strategic positions around the town ahead of our rival holding rifles and tearing away from the sea into the vast country, insecurity and land is still a major problem. The Al Qaeda linked. Al Shabaab militants are active to the south local leader of these Lennox state group holds an enclave to the north, and there were fears some. Pirates may simply be lying low. But there is growing optimism in. By a group of women wash and sliced fresh fish on the beach before laying them on a mesh the local authorities king to read I of its association with piracy the women want to build businesses to process and sell their fish won't tourist to come one man tells me the persona much to see and learn from the springs that drain into the ocean to this twitching natural beauty of the land. Not to mention is on history. Overlooking the ocean is a historic fort built by Mohammed Abdullah Hassan. The charismatic religious and cultural chief who led a twenty year resistance against British and colonial rulers his religious zeal and brutal tactics in battle on him. The nickname the mud Mola. He continues to inspire some of the most ruthless
US Navy seizes 1,000 weapons from boat off coast of Yemen
"Morning America's First news continues on this thirty first. Day of August new this morning. The US military said early Friday it seized over, one thousand collision of assault rifles being smuggled by small ships in the Gulf of Aden amid. The ongoing war in nearby Yemen the seizure by the guided missile destroyer USS Jason Dunn may Mark the first such interdiction of weapons at seabound for Yemen in years. For, American forces patrolling the region however the military didn't say whom, they suspected of, smuggling the weapons the navy released a short video taken appeared to show a skiff into a skiff traditional ship that commonly sales the waters of the. Persian Gulf region as the vessels Bob in the high waves people on that ship. Toss large boxes into the skiff the navy's Fifth Fleet, said sailors boarded. The boats Tuesday uncovering the art Cash
"thirty one days" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Thirty one days one hundred shares That's one way, there's another way you sell the position and then you wait thirty one days to buy it back. Now the, thing there is You have no way of. Knowing whether the stock will be higher. Or lower thirty one days. After you sell, it you'll be out of the position for thirty one days so that's. The other side of that so you, pick your poison in that case you don't pick your poison in. The case of. Finding a replacement security because when you find a replacement security you still maintain your position in a very. Similar but not identical Security The key here is You cannot buy. A substantially identical security I have to be some differences such as are. Obvious in moving from a spider two A total stock market index exchange exchange traded mutual fund And You pick your. Poison if you're going to double up or you're going to wait an NBA out thirty one, days but in the case of picking up something that is similar There you have the position. And you're still in so those are the rules with reference to the. Wash very careful very careful that you do not run afoul of those rules but it does. Make sense it makes good sense for you to think about The harvesting of losses In order to offset gains or even offset up to three thousand ordinary, income for taxable accounts And this is all part of. What you can be thinking about. Between now and year end obviously you never make taxes, alone you're only consideration when you're investing there are a lot of things to consider taxes matter but a lot of other things magic to So you keep your eye on your investment objectives, you keep your eye on your asset allocation And keeping costs down but at the, same time if you're looking at a situation where you can. Offset a game.
"thirty one days" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Thirty one days one hundred shares That's one way there's another. Way you, sell the position And. Then. You wait thirty one days to buy it back now the thing there is You have no way of, knowing whether the stock will be higher or lower thirty. One days after you sell it you'll. Be out of the position. For thirty one, days so that's the other side of that so you pick your poison. In that case you don't pick your, poison in the case of finding a replacement security because when you, find a replacement security you still maintain your position in a. Very. Similar but not identical Security The key here is You cannot buy. A substantially identical security I have to be some differences such as are. Obvious in moving from a spider two Total stock market index exchange exchange traded mutual fund And You pick your. Poison if you're going to double up or you're going to wait an NBA out thirty one, days but in the case of picking up something that is similar There you have to position and you're still in so those are the rules with reference. To the wash very careful very careful that you do not Run afoul Of, those rules but it does. Make sense it makes good sense for you to think about The harvesting of losses In order to offset gains or even offset up to three thousand ordinary, income for taxable accounts And this is all part of. What you can be thinking about. Between now and year end obviously you never make taxes, alone you're only consideration when you're investing there. Are a lot of things to consider taxes matter. But a lot of other things matter too so you keep your eye on your investment objectives you keep your eye on your asset allocation And keeping costs down but at the same time if, you're looking at a situation where you can. Offset a game with the loss the way we. Just described there were plenty of options available I'm Bob Brinker this is America's Monte program money.
"thirty one days" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"It's the thirty first. Day of July Asian markets were mixed Tuesday with narrow trading ahead of a key statement by the Bank of Japan which could indicate a tightening of monetary policy here at home tech stocks tumbled for the third day in a row leading US and indexes to closed lower Microsoft, and, alphabet, slumped, Monday Facebook Twitter Netflix, have all fallen at least twenty percent from their record highs. Earlier this month. Malaysia's civil aviation chief has resigned after victims who lost loved ones on Malaysia Airlines flight three seventy more than four years ago didn't get many new answers from report as. To what happened that fateful day Malaysian lead independent investigation report released Monday did add that the flight may have been hijacked Establish by any one But we also cannot exclude the possibility that lawful interference Due to the significant lack of evidence We are unable to me with penny certainty The reasons that they dilute from this Lack of evidence includes the information recorded on the data recorder wise. And other recording devices on the aircraft Why Analyst and. Finance Also Was blocked the cost In the mechanical system and we have simulators stations to demean holiday Cup.
Iran: Trump needs to rejoin nuclear deal if he wants talks
"Host, Saad Katie, WN, are their own and do not. Necessarily reflect the views of this station its management or Beasley Media Group From Washington to Wall Street America's First News with reading is on the air Good Tuesday Morning America's First, news continues on this thirty first day of, July six minutes past the. Hour new this, morning an advisor to Iranian president, Hassan Rwanda says if President Trump wants to meet he needs to rejoin the international nuclear deal Trump on. Monday said he'd be willing to meet with Ruini if the Iranian leader. Were willing leadership in Iran is previously ruled out one on one talks with Trump after his decision to pull the US out of that deal under which Iran was given relief from. Sanctions in return for curbs on its nuclear program Iran's semiofficial news agency quoted a political, adviser as saying Tuesday that for talks. To happen the US, needs to rejoin the deal President Trump on Monday doubled. Down on his threat to shut down the government this fall of congress doesn't come up with more money for, border security is threatened his second in two days put. Him further at odds with Republican leaders in. Congress now where Republicans are facing tough reelection fights this Nova Member as far as the. Border is concerned and personally we don't get. Border security After many many years of talk within the. United States, I would have no problem Doing a shutdown it's time we. Had proper border security always. Leave room for negotiation but this, has been. Many years this is. Just Trump administration we're. New has been many years even decades we have immigration laws we. Have border security we have all. Sorts of things, going on that are is disgraceful we. Are doing a phenomenal job we're setting records but. We have laws that don't work so we're working around those laws and it's unfortunate I have, to take my hat off. To the border, patrols for the law, enforcement to ice which really has been maligned by the Democrats the job they do they go into these MS thirteen, nests a message of bad bad people killers in many cases and they. Go in they're fearless and they do an incredible job and they get them out and, the prime minister frankly is with us today. Because of illegal immigration Italy I got tired of it Trump making the. Comments alongside the Italian premier Republican leaders believe they had secured Trump's, patients last week when they huddle. At the White House to. Discuss strategy ahead of the budget, year that. Starts October first Senator. Mitch McConnell said there. Would not be a government shutdown congressman Paul Ryan said the president. Was willing to be patient Cal. Fire officials say, the car fire burning near reading is. Now the ninth most destructive wildfire in state history. More than twenty seven thousand people remain evacuated another ten thousand were allowed to return home Monday, that's if they had a. Home to return, to the car fire, now at one hundred three thousand seven hundred and seventy two acres it's just twenty three percent contained congressman Douglas Malfa, who represents the area described the destruction.
"thirty one days" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"On this see there are distinctions yes there's righteous anger and. Then absolutely sometime people are angry because the other people are so negative here what she said when. I've been to Tea party. Meetings as you said about the conditions there was camaraderie piece that. Was getting long yeah none of this That, makes the difference Right saying. Guess negative anger Harley Liz. Made a great point we need to make that, distinction make that war make that. Anger a positive response positive put ended that ain't gonna be turn into, energy in Obama's Gregory but. Sinn don't act crazy, don't burn down nothing but turn it into a fighting spirit and and we've got. So many articles here. I know it three that's what's happening without children was happening in our schools was, happening because the, unrighteousness like, for instance, my friend Monica Miller Just got out of jail he did a terrible thing she spent thirty one day. I was thirty, one days, in jail L.. No after doing thirty four. Days sentencing in jail for. Handing someone arose in an abortion clinic And here's what we need to be angry and fighting about judges, here's what. The judge made as one of the conditions for her parole in one of our cases five railroads rescuers were not permitted, to be within five hundred feet of any abortion clinic center in the entire United States In the United States adjourned says that you can I think that's tyranny And that's The black, life matters and that's why we need people, like. Patrick. Kobe yeah, I mean somebody needs to fight these people. Straight, up, yes yes because, this insane what they're doing this War is war and and and, you you you know to the extent that even. Many of my listeners, need to start reading some good stuff you know you sitting. There looking at television for five hours a day and some. Of these, books that I named there so many powerful books you know out on what they're doing in the educational system I've got one here common core, education or educational child abuse and again, this is by Dr Karen van til and I always mess up her. Last name g. u. s. h. Gusta and I know. Said it wrong but nevertheless PHD a former classroom teacher but. I've, got, a book, in my, hand right now on common core she's done quite a bit of research into common core you can judge a person by the what's in, their library no yeah you need you know, one. Of. My favorite, campaigns and one of my favorite and initiatives. That, I, promote every believe, if you say you You're. A Christian, and you believe in the bible then you ought not, to be, satisfied that you've read the bible from Genesis to revelations get a good study bible because. Many Christians, profess folks who say they're Christians really don't know what's in, their bible and so many times a lot of. The things that's happening, I don't want to get involved in politics if you eat. Sleep breathe and go to bed get up driving you invalidates. You cannot, live in this world and not be involved in politics but to kind of political decisions that you make or to be made from your Judeo-Christian, perspective what does the bible say is, right and wrong and you know that's one of the great frustrations in. My community that they vote against their faith by voting. For people who support stuff God says is wrong and but. Because, they're, poor students. Of the, bible you got this ships telling folks to go out and vote for a pro choice candidate you know pro transgender Data anti marriage heterosexual marriage individual while we, all in, that too Oh I gotta go to let me stop right. Because some. Of, our, folks been here quite a. While all for all right listen. David from welcome to Joshua's trail we can appreciate our country more if we look at TI unfortunate circumstances and other countries like the president of the Philippines do is recently said that he will, resign if anyone. Can provide evidence that God exists Oh my goodness Elected mayor of Davao on the shoot to kill. Policy, means anyone Anyone accused, are, are, convicted by the police I. Guess of a serious crime murder robbery. Or rape or, drug, dealing they, were shot down in. The street there are? No no. No trial not even an arrest? Where. Was this again I'm David where was this Rodriguez through therapy okay The Philippine all. Right And and I watched the videos online and there's a young couple. Each had a pistol they rolled her out on a moped and they. Would get A warrant, from the police department and they were shoot somebody in the street and they were tag the body and if if the family. Didn't bury the body the trash collectors would pick it home Wow so and he and he and, he became president on the same policy This guy I got a couple of times a couple, of references and he was molested as a youngster in a in a And they and confessional but you know I. Was looking up the Philippines and the the American military massacre villages throughout the Philippines from eighteen eighteen. Ninety eight to nineteen fifteen they killed half a million, Catholics in the north and five million Muslims and us out Wow Something you, know, there's you, know there's a book called gold warriors by sterling and Peggy, Seagraves and it talks about the Japanese Japanese gold that was put in the. Philippines they the American submarines were taking the shipping so they couldn't get this gold to Japan goal that they had stolen. From they robbed individuals throughout, China Manchuria out south East. Asia They had they had tons and tons thousands of tons of goal they buried them, in, they dug deep ninety degree ninety, feet below, ground, very hidden, locations and they've been taking them off they sunk ships that, were loaded with gold and they had fifty five gallon drums full of diamonds. It's one diamond emerald ruby Rubis all over the place it's just from the from the robbery of World War Two and. Throughout China Indochina well David, they've been digging it up Well that's Wow Japan was broke after World War, Two and they had so much money from the. Golden it's. Unbelievable Oh anyway you gotta read. This book.
"thirty one days" Discussed on Straight Up with Stassi
"This fine so let's pretend it's porn dot com what was your cat the poor machine of enter internet is like aka the she of a brooklyn category what category the usual buys muslim knows he's not i don't wanna see some like random big pd mike and mike i know half water eighty you want the p v you've been in looks like it hurt it no it loses her there's a category that's it's like fever friendly and it's also like women enjoy that's is a little more sensual the more gentle little more like you know like that kind of thing yeah i know something else because i just go to porn hub and look at lesbian porn yeah like in an portland of there is a category called yeah but fema does have guys in it though but also has some nice when i see like dudes d i'm just like a anyway anyway out anyways ugly hired anyway nobody i don't think when i'm with my boyfriend no i don't think it's ugly but when i see on the computer during fine you done my see because it's really aggressive disease oh aggressive is weird because that stuff is for men because men even though they don't fantasize about like you know tearing apart you know but like when they watch it sometimes like maybe the third that search him i don't know like the jewel it's everyone has everyone has their flavors we don't want to be like baskin robbins like thirty one days is on fire everyone has their flavor it's like baskin robbins there's no judgment whatever suits users do but i don't know unless children today was a very vanilla day i was like not whatever suits you today was a bonilla kind of cookies and cream kind of day like very obvious choice of just being like what is going to be like what does that mean no meaning vm like what what's obvious choice here like you know i mean what is cookies and cream media all flavors all flavors of vanilla your black over noah like all of the rubber by going to get explicit about things i'm just saying like usually all as pretty much just like i don't have all day so she doesn't have all day yeah to us like a look of this one van that i always go to that i know we're going to go lean over to the next one and i know we'll just not i want to try and make it less a little longer and then it's done now you look for long jeopardy like are you like oh that's only five minutes or do you like we'll go seven sometime boyfriends tom who you so i just look at tom state of to omri all love's long term he likes the interested in the stories longterm worth yeah and he really watches them flight three and a half seconds and mc moves on for hours i don't know i just was kind of said like okay i mean i was like what time to go the gym but like i could do something else to like you know it's again when my see it's like maintenance is about is about like it's on new two we know i'm talking to the the collegiate easy to the people that are listening in hopefully now my mother mom don't listen to this lsu someone's gonna listen that's going to be like other puttering on on like unless you want some advise saucy has a box of vibrators may maybe she will my leftover rate on you say there's nothing i remember what is there's nothing wrong with this is is this it's like healthy this is healthy shit okay no i mean like today today was most times where i'm just like oh i'm not gonna like make an event out of this i get it i get it sometimes we venue laxed y'all are starting off right yeah i just kinda i kinda just was.
"thirty one days" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse
"Know this isn't the right place for you go fine we have to be your fine young man i looked thank you i ended up at life college down in georgia and and it was history after that yeah so that was my journeyman i kind of went to to other schools on my way down so now when i have students at the college say they transfer they've been the few i can tell them hey it's cool you know yeah you've got the only one you know i'm i'm with you you know that's so how was your time at life how did you how did that go for you it was great it was awesome in you know dr williams just being in the presence of doctor sid williams and at the school when i got there there about seven hundred students in time i left about nine hundred and it was really cool man back in those days you know without you know seventy nine eighty one it was you know it was just full on chiropractic in the philosophy was great you know it was just you know i was just i got out i was so excited to just spread car practic around the world you know it was just it was just amazing that's cool so how how did you get to san diego so i went to boston so yeah i graduated and i was between boston and seattle boston seattle to polar sides of the country north american in in us but i went to i went to i went to seattle because coma actually because one of my mentors was there bryan long i was doing i was doing a pet abban work at the time that's what i was got into analysis school they didn't teach it the school but i went to seminars and i was kinda my what i loved it and i was also involved renaissance and that was like you know joe felicia in guy reap in at the time right so so anyways i went out to brian long's office i had worked for him for the winter before i graduated and i went out there and and it just didn't feel right you know like you know rain for thirty one days it was that it was november you know bryant said and he said i don't know if this right place he said just go the mountains and meditate i went to the mountains and meditated just came to me i'm gonna go back to the east coast and so i just came back and told them and i went to boston i set up practice there i was there for about three and a half years for years ahead associate doctor did really really well they're my social wanted to buy me out i was getting tired of the winters i just do i wanted to get the warm weather so i sold the practice i flew out the sandy of drove from la to san diego a check every nook and cranny out just decided san diego's where i wanted to be and a took a year off you know i knew i was going there took a year off ship all my stuff there and traveled around the world i bought a one way ticket around the world we could cost like a thousand dollars back in one thousand nine hundred eighty five and so is many flights as you wanted matters long as you keep going in the same direction that was it i had it was twa back in those days they're gone now and qantas and i i went to australia and i just took chiropractic everywhere you know and just everywhere i went i was you know had a delight bj's around the world kind of thing you know red eye ready around the world bj and and i just did that you know and i came back to san diego in started there and i we still have the practice there it's thirty six years later i think something like that yeah so so when you start a practice because i just wanted to give back a little bit to school so when you're in school you must have taken a bunch extra stuff done if you're doing pentagon were you involved in renaissance when you're in school yeah yeah i was so i.
Are Apple Watch new features worth the price?
"I think we've reached a point here where ending all these features to the apple watch and still selling a cheaper model you know the previous year's model or before that apple of course is already selling more units than fitbit which starts what seventy five dollars or something well one is an exception it is under one hundred dollars i don't know what the current process but the the fitbit watches a couple of hundred i mean it's still cheaper than the what i mean there's still an audience for fitbit there is because there are a lot of people who don't want all this stuff the apple watch does they just want something to record activity my son still uses a nike watch the gps so he can track is running he doesn't want an apple watch and he's really an apple fan boy i sent him an apple watch when i bought the series three i sent him the apple watch series too and he only used it a few times it doesn't really like it i understand that i might get an apple watch someday but i have this twelve dollar and eightyeight cent walmart watch and gains a few seconds every month i have to adjust the calendar is dumb it doesn't know months that are less than thirty one days but swelled hours and eighty eight cents to three year old watch i have to replace the battery every year for less than six dollars at walmart and they do it for you it's not like the jewelry store charges fifteen dollars so at this point for what i need to watch which tell the time i'm happy i have my iphone someday if someone buys me an apple wash i would not refuse it i would certainly be happy to try one i just haven't seen the jet yeah it's not for everyone this is the kind of thing that for me i bought it because i write about it and we've talked in the past over the years that i used it for a while and then i stopped using it and they used it again.
"thirty one days" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Thirty seven thirty one day within six was going around that to resolve years gives tried to penetrate down law kicked out past deferral he drives into the paint wraps it off the moody louis puts it up with a left hand they got file it's bowled put some nice his hurst gibson dead farrell who do such a good job growth above com huge numbers of assists listing both well over a hundred fouled the leader of the that gives not that far behind kim's drove the baseline sound foul difficult pass from under the basket away and then foul drove and creative get together to moody but the freethrow shooting the june celebrated as a band in the irish not made a free throw in their first three drives a believe missed the first one giving another shot here off to are left at the charity struck off the rim no good they're all so forth the free throw line something they'd been just absolutely purely flaw was at the first two tournament games and felt most of the season for that that matter still thirty seven thirty one duke lead and the basketball four twelve days ago alan gets it inside here's baghli it'll running left header the follow is purity five with the tip for the ball went through he's got four points reduce thoroughly these thirty nine thirty wanted such four to go the first task whenever you've gone to these semi final tomorrow night here at the barclay centre and they'll first order of our next game by avenue north carolina gibbs at the paints as i gotta get out of here and brings it back to the little before the pflueger with eight seconds back the gives lawn three back in the iron that's no good the baghli chase down the rebound seven rebounds now for baghli to go along with these 9 points his bold and looking inside bag we found by toro's what here's white the call that's what the word i will be his third third on toro's and notredame not very deep when it comes to contributors for mike bracy than another time out three twenty six left in the first dap duke thirty nine notredame thirty one this is.
"thirty one days" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance
"Thirty one days per month at thirty one hours a driving per month you're going to be spending more time at your job working at a job you hate during the money to pay for a pickup truck that sits in the parking lot and gets destroyed by the sun then you are going to be actually driving that thing in that's probably even to conservatives prompted this less than that here's spending more top that's insane you are an idiot ha and you want a pickup truck okay by again no you needed a car but you bought a pickup truck do you know how stupid that pickup truck ends has like the dumbest vehicle in the world for dude like you to drive you live in florida you have no ice no snow and have barely rains and when it does rains during the day when your work any way 'cause you're an idiot and you drive a pickup truck you don't need a pickup truck you live in a town house you don't live at the top of a mountain where you need a high clearance fourwheel drive vehicle to get you up the mountain you live in a townhouse in florida on paved roads my grandmother on her tricycle could get across the lawn you think you need a pickup truck at least about a twowheel drive truck that was smart after all twowheel drive truck has less issues little more efficient own consulate a bit less but you know what the whole reason you bob this truck was to make yourself feel like a man and you bought a to heal drive trucks are now you look like a do we.
"thirty one days" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"I don't know if they would either i'm just thinking what we just one three games on the road without charry they will slip and like markieff morris has been playing uh slots obviously may not always ends the southern have some saying those guys are gonna come back and ruin the chemistry how could see the taxi the raptors making up a couple of game but the thing is we play after the allstar break we play like five games a month so either either they're going to be really bad because they never klay anymore or ends going to be leica that i can nfl schedule may have all week to prepare for the heat or the awesome display by gift for march they play the sixers twice in the mavericks that's it over thirty one days and that's it so leggae nath lybia like i literally top was running scheduled over could they just like dominant secondhalf leah may elect tired it lear capital ethic harry couldn't splayed these last two games there like way we need to rescue it let's get him over honored were set like lose we're not we don't really care right now lizard the all star break d'amato the like i'm looking that they actually tuesday's overtime people here this raptors play the celtics tuesday and play them once more in in march no play they play them the playoff three more times tomorrow end of march beginning of april so if they added might be the ground they make up yeah.
"thirty one days" Discussed on WDRC
"The same number shares beyond that thirty one days hundreds shares that's one way there's another way you sell the position at the end of december and then you wait thirty one days to buy it back now the thing there is you have no way of knowing whether the stock will be higher or lower his fifty sell you be out of the position for thirty one days so that's the other side of that so you pick your poison in that case you don't pick your poison in the case of finding a insecurity nasa's when you find a replacement security you still maintain your position in a uh very subpar but not ideas security the key here is you cannot by a substantially identical security has to be some differences such as ours obvious in moving from a spider two a total stock market index exchange chair uh exchangefreighted mutual fund and uh you pick your poison if you're going to double up where you're going to wait and then be out thirty one days but in the case of picking up something that is similar there you have the position and you're still it so those are the rules with reference to the washable julie very careful very careful that you do not run afoul of those rules but it does make sense makes good sense for you to think about the harvesting of losses in order to offset gains or even off set up to three thousand ordinary income for taxable accounts and this is all part of what you can be thinking about between now and year end obviously you never make taxes alone you're only consideration when you're investing there are links to convenor taxes matter but a lot of other things majer too so you keep your eye on your investment objectives you keep your eye on your asset allocation and keeping costs down but at the same time if you're lucky it a situation where you can offset again game with a.
"thirty one days" Discussed on KOIL
"Plus the position for thirty one days you sell the old stock the reason take your loss and then you skate forward with the new position which is the same number of shares beyond that thirty one days andrea chairs that's one way there's another way sell the position at the end of december and then thirty one days the buy back now the thing there is you have no way of uh whether the stock will be higher or lower thirty one days you be out of the brushing for thirty one so that's the other side of that nato you pick your poison in that case you don't pick your finding a replacement security because when you find a replacement security uh you still maintain your position in a very similar but not identical security nbc here is you cannot by a substantially identical security have to be some differences such as heartless in moving from a spider two a total stock market index exchange gene gene the mutual fund and uh jean you pick your poison air kinda double but you're gonna wait an nba out thirty one days but in the case of picking bagged three naylor there you have the position you're still so those are the rules with reference to the washington very very careful what you do not run afoul of those rules but it does make sense it makes good sense for you talking about the harvesting of loss in order to offset gains or even offset up to three thousand ordinary income for taxable accounts join them part of what you're talking about between now and year end obviously neighbor make taxes alone own racean when you're investing there are a lot of things to consider taxes matter but a lot of other things matter to nato you keep your eye or your investment objectives you keep your eye on your asset allocation and keeping costs down but at the.
"thirty one days" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"They they were furious when they finally took the fort and they took that rage out on the defenders here is how bradford writes about the fall of saint elmo who for three days it had been completely cut off from all outside help it had held out for thirty one days of consent can of continuous siege and it's defence was to proof in retrospect the keystone of the whole campaign this small fort which logically should have been stormed or forced to surrender within a week was a disaster for the turkish army accounts very as the turkish launches during losses during the siege of saint elmo but an average of the figures commentators and storing puts the number at about eight thousand this was nearly a quarter of the force that had embarked from constantinople the defenders lost about 1500 men a ratio of nearly one christian dead for every six muslims the majority of those killed were either spanish maltese or other foreign troops one hundred and twenty nights and servants that arms were lost the highest number thirty one from italy the rest were almost equally divided between aragon ovarian france and prevails the german lying lost five of its members those role nights of saint john but it was the fall of saint elmo that led to the most historically wellknown incidents of the entire siege one which made it clear that this was a fight to the death for both sides and the for the defenders inside the fortifications on malta they would die in place rather than surrender victory or death became their battlecry here here's how brandford writes about the events that followed mustafa's determination to take no prisoners is understandable he was a man who believed that the enemy may often be cowed by offensive acts of cruelty he ordered the bodies of the nights to be set apart from those of the common soldiers he then had the principal nights identified the heads were struck from the bodies they were fixed on stakes overlooking the grand harbour and were turned to face the fortress of saint angelo other bodies were then decapitated and the headless trunks were nailed to cross beams of wood in mockery of the crucifixion a number of these headless trunks were launched onto the waters of grand harbour the.
"thirty one days" Discussed on First Take
"That's the question yeah this is going to make a great thirty for thirty one day i agree with you we got a charity for thirty to discuss a little later in the show gentleman we've got much more to get into tonight we'll have the final two hours of our espn thirty four thirty them celticslakers best of enemies at chronicled the rivalry between these two storied franchises culminating in the epic battles of the eighties if you miss parts one and two you can also stream them live on the espionage is wells watched tonight finale you'll be joe celebrating soon obviously the parades going to be here and if president trump invite you guys to the white house will you attend a carefully room i can't believe this question already but honestly that's something we'll worry but at the time i mean that's a longtime from now on to answer your politically correct answer that was warriors joe lake of yesterday on our show saying he'll need to think about it when it comes to the warriors going at the white house now we know steve kerr and steph curry have been very critical of president trump but the warriors shot down rumors that they've decided not to attend if invited releasing a statement saying no decision has been made however andrei he would allah told usa today hell no he wouldn't attend three green told mark spears he wouldn't go and david west said he probably would neither meanwhile in a statement to the pittsburgh postgazette penguin ceo said the stanley cup champions would never turned down a visit to the white house and if invited they would go as a team max kellerman what impact will it have of the warriors decline a white house invitation.