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"toba" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast
"Listen to twenty four seven so tonight. We've got jar lem joe. Heche sean is an offer. It could probably explain a bit more about himself in a minute and we've also got an ivan toba from western australia. Wow as iga a lot to say as well save probably best to just introduce each other Saadah we've i've been because you've been on the line a little bit longest. Tell us a brief about you. Then go to jawline. And the main. Tim just stop. You know the show about the pandemic. Yeah yeah well As you know from previous talks. I've had with you. I've i've discovered. I actually the senior ill and even now the senior most senior royal in the british commonwealth. And all it's been verified by denies will. I've got to tell you about that. All my dna tastes picked up lights on. After the pandemic parts of it will be linked. You never know. Yeah and also. I don't know if i i told you. I did it in a lot of my emails to.
"toba" Discussed on Guru Charitra
"Remember generation accords at seventy additions. Don back a backwards dawood's bulldog and get that redemption which means they are from that material would be bondage. And what does that mean. It's not just nation. It means they have been given a chance themselves to walk on the ball off spirituality in their next lives because please remember only through a human book and when you the grew fines. You ben only can you a spiritual beat that. This is ready to guard without the. There is no god realization exploited. The one great monarchy seemed hardly miss author. Please leave my kushner Was explaining this very full story about a great seemed and he. He played a very now at least part in office. The song she seems foreigner recall. Who's bond so. What does the story about. She's a very small okay and she's would. She doesn't have any money she hasn't been. She's wearing of. Dawn glows and all that cheese small essentially around each of. She's a beanie joe back. She's very beautiful. She so british maybe beautiful. She's constantly she listens. Everybody keeps talking to her about because she is. She believes that we'd go by is dead fort hood you know. And she has a friend she meets girlfriend happens to go do to mustang so then she sending in all this bhadra telling that why would he. You believe in lord. He's he's your everything he ridiculous. Oh my water. So when this girl tell ceremony toba even though she has not seen she just establishes her feet in the lord. She got -pletely believes in him. She says my bondra guys there. He's taking us my everything you know..
"toba" Discussed on AP News
"Alejandro mayorkas approximately 12,400 individuals will have their cases heard by an immigration judge to make a determination on whether they will be removed or permitted to remain A new phase in the coronavirus vaccination efforts Sagar Meghani reports White House virus response chief Jeff Zion says the boosters are now available for millions of people who have their last Pfizer dose 6 months ago There are people who will be getting booster shots as early as this afternoon Doctor Anthony Fauci says he knows others may try to get them too GI I'm getting anxious I really want to get my third shot right now But waiting 6 months is important Because you know if you allow the immune response to mature over a period of a few months you get much more of a bang out of the shot as it were President Biden's advice and be better to wait your turn in line Jury deliberations in R. Kelly's federal sex trafficking trial in New York Jurors sent the judge a note asking to review a transcript of testimony and evidence from a woman who claimed Kelly sexually assaulted her in 2003 Locked her in a recording studio for days and drugged her R. Kelly is accused of running a Chicago based criminal enterprise that recruited his accusers for unwanted sex and mental torment Attorney devereaux canic says his client didn't do anything wrong They just thought we hope that they see the evidence of the lack of evidence the way that we saw it Prosecutors say Kelly believe the music the fame and the celebrity meant he could do whatever he wanted for R. Kelly Stressful times Life hangs in the balance Says testimony by several accusers was full of lies and the government let them lie Aimed Donahue This is AP news In her address to the United Nations General Assembly Slovakian president zuzana Chapo says gender based and race based violence are global threats just as large as the pandemic and climate change We can not save our planet if we leave out the vulnerable The women the girls minorities The silent pandemic of gender based violence can prove legal to the health of our societies Chapo toba is just one of 13 women to address a General Assembly for more than last year but still less than 10% of the speakers over the first four days United Airlines has been fine nearly $2 million for 25 flights from February 2015 through December 2020 in which the planes sat on the ground for several hours The transportation department says more than 3200 passengers in total were trapped on the plains without being given a chance to disembark I'm Tim McGuire a P news 5 days since it first erupted a volcano on Spain's Canary Islands is still going strong.
Women's voices at UN General Assembly few, but growing
"Women addressing the United Nations General Assembly say it's time for the world's leaders to recognize and strive for gender parity amid a global pandemic and endemic climate change in her speech the U. N. General Assembly Slovakia president design a chopper two over says gender based and race based violence are just as serious threats to the world as the pandemic and climate change we cannot save our planet if you leave out the vulnerable to women the girls and minorities the silent pandemic of gender based violence can prove legal to the health of our society's trapping Toba is just one of thirteen women to address the General Assembly for more than last year but still less than ten percent of the speakers there are also twenty four women heads of state or national governments that's three more than twenty twenty but far less than the one hundred ninety three member states in the U. N. I'm Jim acquire
"toba" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk
"For you. Don't be multiple multiple horses from potentially from individual barnes and so jerry talk about the development of it and the work that was done From his end and We talk some general themes on that front hun car performance enhancement and attempts to cheat. And then it actually goes into a couple of other areas of the jerry triggered Question for me that that then proceeded to go another. I don't know it's an hour Basically it will be the third hour so Don't want jerry one of one of the really smart people and great characters in the game as well so Our three today. Jerry brown up thorough graph talking issues of the day This ad is possible. Issue of the day Yesterday was the news as i've introduced this morning of the just I i wanna say impossible and inconceivable. Death of dr david. Richardson and the show that i could do three hours today tomorrow. Friday and into next week talking and then just having people come forward to you know talk. How much dot. Richardson meant to them professionally. And personally and our. I is dan metzker of toba Who's worked with for alongside For i don't even know how many years dan As long as i know you you're involved with toba. And as long as i know him he knew of him. has been involved in toba. I can't tell you Trying to speak for players and fans and you know anybody who may have known of and doc richardson i- basle long arm deep sympathies. Thanks i appreciate the opportunity to be on his morte. Yeah it was a difficult day yesterday and Dot richardson in and a lot of people. Call him doc in high you just dr days. And he was A privilege for me to call him. Not only my boss in a mentor. And i've had some great mentors in my life Ted bassett K with mud for and and and dark. Richardson would dot ca day. Pf with the top of the list but most importantly he was a great friend as well and his losses will be filled He's an amazing ban Touch the lives of so many people and you know a lot of people outside the industry or just follow. The industry casually may not know days but those in the industry from hall of fame trainers to major owners and movers and shakers in this industry to grooms and hot walkers and farm workers. They all knew dave and his generosity and kindness. And it's it's it's gonna be a difficult next couple of weeks of the we'll be also celebrating as life because he gave so much Not only to the thoroughbred industry into the medical community Also you know to the world. Talk about the the the professional i i'm gonna try to you know Individuals from from every area and in terms of being a racing official and You know having a role in the administration of the sport It it it certainly felt like he was sought after And and this is this is not limited just to you know the administration of of the of the sport. It seems like he was. He was a go-to for countless countless people at that that just sought is you know his council but talked to his work Specifically at toby. Toby i i met dave. I probably do. Dave a little bit just to say hi to in the nineties i used to before i came to. I used to work at breeders cup and And actually they've caught my brother and sister-in-law med school forty years ago at the university of louisville at. He's taught a lot of my friends. People that i know in the medical field and Dave sits out tober for twenty two years and he's been on the board he's rotated off few times but he's been on the board quite a bit because he's a guy you wanted in the room They brought the voice of reason. He brought the perspective no matter. It's an owner and a leader and he served on the kentucky racing commission. Dave also is a horse glare. Love love love the play. Play the game and You know he got all on our board and then probably about ten twelve years ago. He got more involved when he joined the great steaks committee. still remember like it was yesterday. We had a vacancy on the american graded stakes committee up in serta the springs and and Reynolds bills are champing at the time. And now so we can see we would. Depending one was interested. Please let us know. Dave came to the meeting. Insert he'd be honored if we would consider them and And that's dave dave's involvement with total was always involved but it really took off after that and think. A couple of years later became chairman of the graded stakes committee. Which is a thankless task. to be not only on that committee but to be chairman of it. It's a it's an amazing committee that i don't think the public will recognizes the work. They do and dave shepherd at us through some tough times. What the graded stakes on some different areas with medication. And but then he became vice chairman of toba and then he became chairman of two thousand fifteen through two thousand and nineteen and he's just been invaluable resource to this organization and terms of just how versed he was in understanding all aspects of the game from the regulatory which is so important from the organizational. End days served on the board of the breeders cup for number of years he was also the head of kentucky thoroughbred association for a number of years. He's just you know. The loss is significant and But steady steady leadership when water's very choppy really has helped this organization so many times. And i think he's his wisdom he has passed onto a hopefully myself and to others as well as we continue. what we do here until ben hope you.
"toba" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"Just the question of what they are. That issue leeann directed crossed that his. Okay i know must always flying object could be fatal whether these right did a pride. Aerial phenomenon could be a cloud formation but whether these actresses think cyber fraud say flying through and then we know what we're talking about. That's tim mendham from.
"toba" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"And time to take another brief. Look at some of the other stories. Making using science this week with science report and you study warns at the delta variant of the in nineteen corona virus can escape neutralization in patients who have only been partially vaccinated or those who've had a previous covert infection. The findings reported the journal. Nature found getting that second. Jeb of the vaccine is crucial to achieving full covered protection the authors rabid isolate. Antibodies from the blood of people who have been infected with the size curvy to virus or those have received only a single does of the pfizer astrazeneca vaccines the samples tested against various mutations of the virus including the alpha beta and delta variance. And they found that some. Antibodies were unable to bind to the spike protein of the doda variant. Which meant they couldn't neutralize the virus. The results suggested that don't variant manages to somehow escape. Antibodies that target certain parts the protein however the authors found that a second does of either the pfizer astrazeneca vaccine was successful at generating neutralizing response in ninety five pacific vigils the world organization now estimates over eight million people of being killed by the covert nineteen corona virus that includes over four point one million confirmed fatalities and some one hundred ninety million people infected since the deadly disease for spread out a word china. And you study shows that the global crisis fear the parts of the planet covered by ice and snow as shrunken by about eighty seven thousand square kilometers an area the size of lake superior every year since nineteen seventy nine. The findings reported the journal. Earth's future show shrinkage manny occurred in the northern hemisphere with a loss of about one hundred and two thousand square kilometers about half the size of the state of kansas taking place each year however these losses were offset by a slight growth in the southern hemisphere with a crisis been expanding by about fourteen thousand square kilometres annually primarily in sea ice around the rossi net. Octa that's due to increasing amounts of code meltwater runoff from the antarctica sheets. The crise is one of the planet's most sensitive climatic indicators because changes in ice and snow cover alter temperatures change sea levels and affect ocean currents globally and the amount of earth surface covered by snow and ice important because it's bright white surface reflects sunlight effectively cooling the planet a series of report in the journal science of focusing on the growing problem of plastic pollution plastics mistakenly consumed as food by fish birds reptiles and mammals are causing millions of deaths every year and micro. Plastic particles are absorbed through the human skin have been detected in people's bloodstreams. One of the new studies in science shows that micro-plastics will continue floating on the ocean surface on average for as long as several years harming marine organisms before. Finally breaking down and degrading me. Well another studies found that those early bioplastics that is plastics. Made from buyer based feedstocks like corn. Shogren would when neither clean no green. Scientists are now calling for a binding global agreement to address plastic pollution. The move is already been supported by seventy nine governments. It proposes minimizing plastics production and consumption in order to facilitate the elimination of plastic pollution in the environment. Scientists using a new crisper based technique found growing levels of harmful antibiotic resistant bacteria in livestock. Which have been missed by traditional testing methods. The new findings by the university of georgia and reported in the journal antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy found that sixty percent of kettle samples contain multiple strains of antibiotic resistant salmonella than you testing method called. Crispus zero seek enables researchers to analyze all the types of salmonella present in a given sample traditional methods only examined one or two colonies of bacteria potentially missing some strains altogether than you technology identifies molecular signatures in salmonella crisper regions especially is part of the bacteria dna traditional culturing methods. Missed the antibiotic strain in the original samples. Well as we've all seen over the last few years bad journalism is now mainstream ignoring facts and covering up the truth in order to deliberately push a particular point of view and once great news organizations like the bbc cnn and australia's once great abc aerob- guilty of it. But now there's something else we can blame on bad journalism that continuing sightings a flying sources. Tim mendham from strain. Skeptic says it seems lazy journalists are happy promoting sightings which lacked definitive evidence rather than properly investigating such claims. It's a big thing. I mean if i saw it goes up dan for me the and some very very bad. That was very low numbers. How the as. I tend to get excited about particular thing generally is in response to somebody which is in the news and recently we've had this Ufo the us ninety presently film kristof moving along. The surface of the water of suddenly disappears and there was a slash went underwater. It's not clear what this thing is. It's just a black blog. That's on clay shape to it or anything like that and because this was released or leaked at some of the news reports say recently. We're still sort of trying to work out. With my peak he's they was filmed taking by you as ninety trae craft and was had watched got some what's in their sites and that has daily being discounted as sort of natural phenomena and partially the effect of the gambles on the filming mechanisms. That they have that makes it look like shifting around but it's actually not as applying moving in the gamble could adjusting for that. But what happens because there's no news stories happening around then you'll save more. Which making more have more news. You get more unifies extreme bionic relationship and then there's a suggestion of an article that was recently. Put out saying that you will never go as well as long as the media. I've cried licey that. They look at alternatives editions by and large my coverage of you if i think some guys from that sort of stuff is pretty lacking and research and if that continues same phenomenon. We'll never go away because no matter. What sort of lousy example. You see although particularly you if i were to if the media just say he's a clip. Because i have a clip of it that what you call the rolling chimneys syndrome chimneys lineup photograph or film look becomes. News has films of ghosts and things that newspapers tv. Especially we'll run up. Because i need visuals and fill time and They can run and say well. What do you think that. Let's be honest people again. Sit there and they're going to get. I think every day of us. I saw i think and things and quite frankly ninety nine of them of a films are just really dow some of them are always hoaxes. Some of them are just so vague. You really can't tell anything in them and most of them really unimpressive. They want be interesting anything. Oh that'd be worth investigating eating cactus. That are office. Hikes a chambers. And it's pretty obvious by the way moves with being pulled strings. And so i'm office. Blobs come guys room office. Loves the story. If i die whether these pick up my guy guys wrote about the rather than you know what these other than. What do you have to leave it at that. I'm seeing this for the research. The media like the jump. Someone says he only ufo they run the film and it's like in the lack of discernment if you're a made areas what he's blamed for one of continuing interest and belief in you if be able evidence because there isn't any hard and fast gave it instead. He thinks they're paul videos. And some interesting. there's no hi. David ensor you guys. But that doesn't stop immediate. Surreal.
"toba" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"Or copies and take off everyone. We heard that we were just about to take. We have mitch. Top of the runway and cosmic girl is moving and yes we are up as a reminder. We're flying out to the pacific to our drop point which is fifty miles south of the channel islands right now. Mission control is monitoring the rocket to ensure all our systems are healthy through this takeoff through this flight in particular or keeping a really close eye on temperatures to make sure the mission is still running on time. We want to make sure that our liquid oxygen is as cold as possible for admission are at least bryce shaffer and jason pants reno are doing all of this monitoring work from the aircraft. They're effectively work as a As mobile mission control with the rest of the mission hundred girls or wanted over water orbit copies over water. We're getting ready to coach. The cold pass nerve about three minutes away from the start of terminal count. I can confirm the. Afc says is green. The cole past you have any additional issues bring them up this all. This is great. Copy of screen drought. We just got confirmation of being green at drop point. This means that we're ready to go. And we're making the turn out and we'll be entering into our terminal. Count with initiated has initiated partner base avenue. We have thirty warning on f went. Came out for the whole fight over three point. One three point one engine show has reduced copies new through louisiana. We just heard that new. Three point one The first stage engine is beginning. Its engine chilin. The plane will continue its bank. And then start going into. It's hot pass. Where we'll be quickly handing off to the pilots and entering into the pull up maneuver as tech's initial pressure as control emphasis is green on the inbound. Turns expensive cookie noon provincial. No an esa tanks expected pressures three engine show now no tanks expected pressure steam stations every cover both long beach in mojave solid law signal. Cuzner girl rubies confirmed log on has been crappy to switch from panasonic to has been did it in the mcc wants to release. Call is overplayed honey. Walter rogers at we have confirmation that we've gone to internal power on the rocket. We are now in the hot pass and we'll be accelerating into the pull up over here. Feel good to proceed with mantra release release released releasing newton. Three up confirmed team source. Switched play complete. We've had successful. Tst ignition engines. Start pitch up and have passed. Max acute stage. The burnt burnt his nominal complete. Tv lavelle mexico or mexico achieved the launch. One rocket was carried to drop altitude matter on a point located next to fuselage on the undecided. The port wing of the aicraft. This report is fitted to all boeing seven four sevens and he's normally used by airlines to ferry spe jet engines. The twenty one made along launch. One rocket was released at thirty seven thousand feet or eleven kilometres loading up. Its main newton. Three engines seconds later to begin its journey towards orbit. The rockets liquid fueled first stage burns for about three minutes. The liquid fueled newton four second stage engine. Then fires up and carries the three hundred kilogram payload for a further six minutes in order to reach low-earth-orbit on this mission the upper stage undertook a second engine burned the circularize the orbit before deploying the satellites on board were four small national security spacecraft for the us department of defense to stalker stops ovation satellites for polish based company sat revolution and brick to the first small satellite for the royal netherlands air force which will provide military communications and navigation last month. Cosmic girl launched a pegasus rocket carrying a rapid deployment payload for the us space force that was flown from vandenberg. Air force base. California cosby goes i load. One mission of the year took place in january.
"toba" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"Easy spacecraft that are monitoring the sun that sometimes comments appear in the pictures when they get very close to this on these little tiny until recently where comments being named often knock people they named after machines to recently. There are many sunny to off two or three comments that were named after someone who hadn't discovered the comet discovered comet tonight. No spots sponsor the fist business report. It'll be nine on. Gary coleman to and discover is person's image nine. You have a maximum of three. Howie did not discover this comic yanni workout. This particular call what was going to come back again but they named that combet off to him so i think it was the first occasion. Yeah japan named after on who didn't discover after that's the now the editor of australian skied telescope magazine. And don't forget if you're having trouble getting your copy of australian sky and telescope magazine from your usual retailer. Because of the carrot lockdown and travel restrictions in always get print or digital subscription and. Have the magazine delivered directly your letterbox or inbox subscribing easy. Just go to sky and telescope dot com dot a you that skied telescope dot com dot. Edu and you'll never be left in the dark a gain this space time. Still the com- virgin aubert fluent second space mission of the month placing several small satellites into orbit and later in the science report. Growing levels of harmful antibiotic resistant bacteria found in livestock. All that and more still.
"toba" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"Second or if you prefer two hundred fifty. Four thousand and sixteen kilometers. An hour passes through debris trail if behind bally's comet twice every year producing the annual backwards. Meteo shower in may and the orion it's media sharon october astronomers thank god. Halley was originally long period comet which took thousands of years traveled the solar system from the cloud. But it was late at gravitationally tab into its current orbit by closing catez with the giant of planets. The annual at a shower runs from around the nineteenth of april through may the twenty eighth peaking around me the fifth with around fifty five meteors an hour making it. One of the southern hemisphere is best celestial shows however back in nineteen seventy five. They were running it around ninety five. Bdo's an hour and a nineteen eighty. It was up to one hundred ten even better. The bright yellow mediums often appears streaks known as trains somewhat less spectacular but still with looking out for the orion which appear lead october. They can produce up to twenty dollars an hour radiating out of the constellation orion. But while it's meteo shows worth staying up for comet halley itself when it made its appearance in nineteen eighty six ten to be a real flop for most people. Jonathan l. the editor of australian sky and telescope magazine says the comets nine hundred eighty six appearance in the inner solar system was never going to be the astronomical spectacular. Most people were expecting comment. Now did you see how many coming on ninety six you remember that i was looking for. I was standing on top of belie. Pass having a look for us over the eastern scotland of the great dividing range. And i saw absolutely nothing special Lots of people were disappointed by Helis commodore comet halley as. You probably should really cool thing back in nineteen ninety five eighty six so i thought it was magnificent because On your tricks pick people had. I think incorrect Expectations and that's their fault. Because it really was talked up even if it is going to be really good comet People who don't know astronomy don't really know what to expect. I think some people are going to say something. Flashing across the sky or sort of fireworks is or something they don't really know. I just think two times. Yeah well they have been Comedy in the last twenty years have been really quite big technical mcnulty tacky and how bob yeah there have been some really good ones but It's disgusted and why wasn't how word in nineteen ninety six whereas older reports where back not intended. It was really spectacular. I really comes down to two things. One is that the way things work is how is coming orbiting the sun and the earth orbiting the sun. And how is comes around. Seventy six years about earth. And i'm not going to be an exactly the same spot in the same orientation each time. It's going to be different time. How year and how. He's commodore dr lineup. If you see what. I mean so what happened in eighty six. Was that the comet when it was at its closest to the which when you would expect it to looks best because when it's closer it's gotta be broader and bigger and everything closest was two times further away than it wasn't not intent which means it's gonna be four times so that was working against the other thing too was that nineteen ten geometry whipped out such that it was saying the comet pretty much side on at its best lots of pretty tale. So the tile in when United ninety six when the was to us and it was twice as far as it wasn't not intend more or less on the tail streaming away from us. Yeah yes our people in the know knew that this wasn't going to be the best apparition of this comic. In fact some people say this is the worst one for two thousand years. But look if you're young enough. And i'm not but if you're young enough and you expect to be around sixty one then take yourself shoots pick alabama scattered away. Then i know. I know i'm going to be. I would be on this very old in twenty sixty one Do i do not expect to be. Kentucky's wanna miss Another take my bright and put it in a robot or something but anyway look get. I got to see it ninety six. Yeah anyone who's young enough. We'll get to see in twenty sixty one. We'll be better than than it was not an easy look. I remember seeing the first one dollars in the middle of paddock. Out in the middle in new south wales and not lose. It was my birthday. And i look. I look i look up into the sky and a new way to look forward to up in the air and it just like a little fuzzy book pakistan coming in coming into the senate that stage late on ninety five so Just look a little fuzzy bowl with much game but he looked like you know they don't always have the tile and then i continue to watch it over the as the months passed and I used to work not shift sometimes in the job i was doing then. And now we go out onto the The the forest game at the back of the building and over the lights of the normal refinery believe it or not. I wasn't working at nor fire. But one nearby i could even see it. I could even see it in the scott again just a little tiny fuzzy bull. Certainly there and i was lucky enough to go on a cruise in the south pacific was at its best and you would expect that you get a better view of the comet from a ship at the middle of the schwarzenbach than you would have. Yes you have lots of an oil refinery but actually it wasn't. It wasn't a great at c. I sold it would be. It was good but it certainly wasn't a two reasons for that. But did my viewing with a bunch of passages on the top deck of this top of this cruise ship and the wind seasprite and everything is just seasprite. Sprays just picked up and you don't really noticed during the day because everything's brought monthly but not time that seasprite forms almost like a bit of a very very very thin fog. It just diminishes the a lot of the stars and it'll bit just ruins the viewing the transparency of the and the other thing was couldn't convince the captain to turn the lights off. He was worried about safety the rich so yeah the few few lights up there but anyway view but i know that a lot of people were not apologizing behind wall astronomers that you misled into thinking united states fireworks or something flashing across the sky oriented something. That's just the big long but if you saw it please be pleased. Because you're a certain. I'm not gonna say it again. Most people live what is now on average locked expectancy in at least in the united major developed countries. At least to see him wanting me lifetime so born say forty comic comes around. They'll see him. And they roughly forty to eighty well about they want you to the next one but if you if were born in the year of the call metal close to home and then you might see. It was the other thing. I should mention regarding the difference between not and ten and not eighty six in now. There are but this is a low stuff in the news about a little ladies and then people say oh i remember. The common ninety ten was really respect. He was really great. And everything is there was another comet in nineteen ten and it was better than halley it was even bigger and broader than hollywood and suspicion that some people were calling that call much com rather than the but certainly having lost better and not intended ninety six. I'm you know miss eclipses transits of planets because of weather. That's kind of think not really Do much about those events that happen on just one day or just a few minutes or just for an hour or something you can travel to the other side of the world to try and see eclipse. And if it's cloudy well that's it with comment like how you're going to get several months worth viewing probably six months worth being at egypt telescopic so even though it might not be as spectacular as you think it is. It is a once in a lifetime event for most people. If you get the chance to next month comes around twenty sixty putting you kalam now make was nevertheless to the history so said it was how his come is so important as well as because this was how we really started to understand what i'm it's really was how he worked out that this car that had been saint had orbital similarities to comments that have been seen before and he tweeted that. It's probably the same comic coming back. Tom and tom again. That was first time. Anyone thought this might happen so he predicted that it would return again in year. Now he didn't live to see that but sure enough. The coma turned up in that year. And until recently when you now have these automated observatories discover comets all the time. And you've got so.
"toba" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"toba" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"A new study claims the biggest volcanic eruptions human history. Indonesia's turbo eruption seventy four thousand years ago likely caused severe climate disruption but didn't affect human evolution is much thought previous studies have suggested that this massive eruption may have reduced sapien populations doubted just a few thousand breeding pairs triggering the species migration out of africa but the new findings reported in the journal proceedings. The national academy of sciences is claims early. Human populations have been sheltered from the worst effects of the blast. The turbo volcano was the largest volcanic eruption in the past two million years. The study's lead author benjamin black from radicals university new brunswick claims past. Climate modeling suggested that climate consequences of the tober eruption would have been severe but archaeological and paleo climate records from africa. Don't show such a dramatic response. Resolving this paradox is important for understanding environmental changes during a key interval in human evolution. The results suggests that scientists may not have been looking in the right place. In order to see the climatic response black says africa and india were relatively sheltered whereas north america europe and asia would have borne the brunt of the cooling when intriguing aspect of this. Is that the nfl's innovations were living in europe and asia at that time and the authors suggests that evaluating the effects of the turbo eruption on those populations could merit further investigation. The authors analyzed forty two global climate model simulations in which they varied the magnitude and from missions of the eruption the time via the eruption occurred the background climate stay and the software junction altitude in order to assess a range of possible. Climate disruptions from the tober eruption by using this approach black and colleagues tried to understand the likelihood that some regions will as impacted by tober considering the wide range of estimates for its size and timing. In addition to a lack of knowledge about the true underlying climatic state and the result suggests that there was likely significant regional variation in climate impacts. The simulations predicted cooling in the northern is fear of at least four degrees celsius but with cooling in some regionally or is being as high as ten degrees celsius depending on the model parameters by contrast even under the most severe option conditions cooley in the southern hemisphere including regions populated by earlier sapiens. Were unlikely to exceed four degree celosias. Although some ridge in southern africa in india may have seen decreases in precipitation at the highest sulphur emission levels the new results. Explain independent ideological evidence suggesting that the tober eruption only ever had a modest effect on the development of the hamad species in africa scientists. Use a scale known as the volcanic explosively index or vi to provide relative measurement of the explosiveness of volcanic eruption the largest eruptions today eight a v. I've ate the eruption of tambora volcano in indonesia in eighteen fifteen ranked seven on the scale making it the largest eruption in modern history mount pinatubo on the philippine island of lucerne erupted in one thousand nine hundred ninety one killing hundreds of people. It's considered to be the second largest volcanic eruptions of the twentieth century with v. i. of six that's equivalent to two hundred megatons of and or about thirteen thousand times more powerful than the atomic bomb dropped on russia to help bring in world war. Two pinatubo was about the same size as the eighty. Three eruption of krakatoa in the sunda strait between the indonesian islands of javelin sumatra vet eruption culminated in a series of massive explosion than sonam emmys which destroyed most of the island leaving a giant coal dera and killing almost thirty seven thousand people. In fact the eruption blast was so loud it was heard thousands of kilometers away in central australia and he said to have been the loudest noise ever heard by humans. Selling the most eruption in modern times was the nineteen eighty eruption of mount saint. Helen's in the us state of washington. It sent a cloud of gas and ash over twenty four kilometers into the air emitted glaciers creating volcanic mudslides and then as lahana's it produced massive pyroclastic flows destroying everything in their path and it blew away the entire left side of the mountain however mount saint. Helen's ernie rated a. v. i. of four now by comparison to these the turbo eruption. Seventy four thousand years ago reached the very top of the v. i. scale eight and was the largest none eruption on earth in the last twenty five million years. This space time still to come why. Halley's comet was a thunder in nineteen eighty six and virgin orbit flies. It's launch a one rocket all that and more.
"toba" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Doing the smart in smart speaker. Just say something like this. Hey, Alexa, play W RKO on my heart radio. It's that easy snow showers and wet roads out there. Crash being cleared in Chelsea Rule one south at the TOBA in the right lane blocked earlier crash still being cleared in Framingham Back east bound by Route nine. Bumper to bumper on the expressway South bound from the O'Neill Tunnel down to Savin Hill again slow right at the split Your slow through Braintree and Randolph in the lower end of 93 South Expressway, North was seeing delays between the Ponte it and South Bay slow through dead him on 1 28 north. I'm Dave Gardner and the W. R K O Traffic Center. This season's hottest collection is dropping just in time for lunch. Meat. Church's new always beat Texas tenders accessorized with butterfly shrimp. Thank you. Texas tenders and shrimp meal for just five bucks. Churches, bringing that down home flavor offer balloted participating locations now, W. RKO Weather Channel forecast afternoon talking with snow, continuing much of the afternoon and then tapering off this evening. That winter weather advisory until 10 o'clock, generally 4 to 6 inches of snow expected and our temperatures staying below freezing 29 the high Today tomorrow, the sun's out. We don't warm up much 30 to the high tomorrow Thursday's dry as well. Partly cloudy 28. Friday and Saturday. Still dry the temperatures remaining cold. I'm meteorologist Terry Smith from the Weather Channel on the Voice of Boston. Am 6 80. W. RKO. Here's Your Jill on money. Question of the day. Dave from Connecticut asks. I have no money.
"toba" Discussed on Toronto Real Estate Unfiltered
"All right hopefully have had some water and a couple snacks. I always tell people to bring a little mini cooler When they're joining me for the actual tourists so since we're doing it differently now head over to the fridge Or if you're like us and you've got kids you've got a secret pantry where you've got the good stuff go into the good stuff in crap some snacks and the sit back and listen to this next a preview of a property podcast preview. This is going to be in a total. I have so many amazing memories of Toba Cope because as I was getting started in my business. The one thing when I started telling my wife and she was She wasn't my wife. When I got into real estate I had proposed to her right after like day over the day after I got my real estate license I was pretty Pretty Pretty Secure Pretty Pretty confident at the time. I don't know why but I just decided okay this this let me do this and then I'm going to make that commitment and man of my glad that I did. It was smart smart choice on my part Best deal I ever. I ever was part of as as she already told her But one thing she mentioned to me is that In the beginning of my career of my listings and a lot of my sales were on. Manitoba streets which is in a toll buckle Sudbury street which was in its in in King West A couple of streets and they were all sitting names. And she's like I think this is your thing you think. I think you need to start focusing on those areas And over the years I've I've had again So many properties that have bogged sold at Manitoba. That was almost like in in some years. All I did So that's sort of. That's that's over the last twenty years. If I show you my list of properties that have handled That's on there. A bunch of time Siberia streets on their up bunch of times So this particular property again. This is a custom built home now. I love the old stuff. I love the old character homes but I also love the new modern properties as well. There's something For me about that like I. I like the fact that you know. If it's an established neighborhood and the the House that was there may be wasn't everything that you want it to be this particular property I really WanNa make sure you see with me It's a it's a custom home. It's just it's just like the tons of glass. Twelve foot ceilings An open content open concept kitchen dining living area so it's very loft The loft designed in modern homes for me is one of the things I love about. Modern homes is just organise obviously. There's this closed doors for the bedrooms but The open feeling the high ceilings to me. That such a big thing if you're going to be again looking at a property anyways So this is a three plus two beds and that's a very important thing that I really WanNa make sure you're paying attention to three. Plus a two beds. Five bathrooms over twenty five hundred square feet and again. I can give you all the details when we connect But the big thing about this property is just listened. A little over one point. Eight million The important part about that is that it has a two bedroom basement suites with a kitchen separate laundry heated floors and separate entrance Going forward more than know more than I been saying. You know. You'll hear my pass podcast. You'll hear this Creating income for you in your real estate is absolutely mandatory. If you if you have been relying on one income you have you have a job and that one income is all you have and you lose that one income it is. It's a very. It's a terrible terrible situation because you obviously were relying whether you're a mechanic or a teacher or a plumber or You know or or anything with you. If you have a one income philosophy you literally are you know possibly one step away from losing it all when you have that one income so I would much rather going forward. You guys have the option to rent out your extra spaces and having the two bedroom basement makes a lot of sense and it actually could be again the thing that gets you through hard times. brings an income for you. Whatever for your family whatever it is and something I want to add to this property and again sorry not to the property but of I'm hoping that again The smart ones out there will head over to real estate. Podcast show dot com scroll down to featured properties. You'll see this there along with a bunch of other ones any of them. That look good to say the word but I want to add this to my tours which is part of my storytelling tours. As I told you I started off with a little bit about the area The thing I asked the tour today especially right now. I want you to think what if you had a separate income for every bill rather than just focus on that one income for all your bills which again. That's all your time you're taught to go to school. Focus ON GETTING CAREER. And just do that one thing. The world's changing it's not that easy anymore and no one really has the rules Or the or the or the or the or the all the solutions. But I believe having this in place. This solution having the multiple sources of income could be from. You know something that you have a side business four so my suggestion is for every bill. You have whether it's rent or mortgage or hydro or food so for at least four or five things that you all probably have think about creating incomes for each of those things. I'm happy to sit down with you and help you figure that out. I've done that for a bunch of people and it's something that again I've I've personally putting the place for myself as well. I WanNa make sure that you're protecting going forward and that you have all the best information possible. I hope you enjoyed this next. Stop in one or two more to go..
Porpoises On The Brink Of Extinction Face Daunting Odds For Survival
"Marine Mammal is on the verge of extinction in Mexico's Gulf of California. Conservationists have been trying to save the the Keita Porpoise for years but that work has been complicated by the nets and even drug cartels from Arizona public media in Tucson area Brosius reports seafood restaurants. Colorful mosaics line. The Boardwalk in downtown San Felipe pay fishing is a mainstay of the small northern Mexico. Town love I keep. The restaurant is just a couple blocks over a framed photo of the little porpoise that could be. The town's mascot hangs in the office of Ramon Franco the as head of a local fishermen cooperative representing about five hundred and seventy families is sending. Well it though this earth announced that animal as you must know only lives here in this area and it's ours belongs to us. Mexicans for decades of akitas population has been declining as fishermen inadvertently catch them while pursuing fish and shrimp but dea says many local fishermen treasure the animal when it rises above the water with its characteristic. Black rimmed is he says That causes those do those. It's as if it was smiling with you. So real fishermen don't WanNa harm them. It's the opposite in the last few decades. Mexico has established of Akita Refuge and backed research into the species but lately the number of Akita has plummeted around just a dozen or less as poaching for another endangered fish called. The Toba has ramped up. Fishermen use large Gill Nets to trap the toe to Wada. Which also killed Akita in two thousand fifteen Mexico's then president banned Gill Nets in the Vicki habitat increased enforcement against poaching and started paying fishermen not to work so the species could recover. This little sanitizer came to an agreement that we would leave the sea so that the federal government clean up the illegal boats but Diaz says enforcement was insufficient. Problem got worse. He says he's filed numerous complaints with the government to no avail then a year ago. The payments fishermen stopped those. Odi The liberal Emma. So now we have a serious problem. Because we don't have a fishing practice that is permitted. And we also don't have any compensation. Last September Diaz announced his fisherman had no option but to return to the sea to support their families. He says two thousand eighteen. Us Ban Mexican seafood caught with Gillnets has only made life harder for legal fishermen. Mexico missed an opportunity to be a world leader in shifting a fishery over from Gillnets to alternative gear. Barbara Taylor is marine conservation biologist with the US government who studied the Makita for thirty years. She says the Gillnet Ban wasn't very effective. Because some fishermen hurting financially were tempted into the illegal Totowa Trade F- Iquitos and Gill Nets are completely incompatible. And the fishermen needed to be able to make a living and so developing alternative fishing methods. Were really the only way for Bikita. Survive Louise Mendosa is working on it in his centrally bay office. He pulls a large thin strand net from a milk crate. Wait to the bottom. He's a member of pesca obeys. Say A small nonprofit group of fishermen working with the Mexican government to test alternative driftnets like this one called suit. Peta for this war with the current only with but Mendoza says using these nets can be nearly impossible because of the sheer number of illegal gill nets under the waves. He says even though it's cheaper it will be hard to convince fishermen to use it. They've become very effective. The Gill Nets and with this kind of equipment. You have to get money. The Keita Researcher Barbara Taylor says Mexico needs to support legal fishing if alternative nets prove less profitable and crackdown on poaching. Akitas prime habitat. She still has hope for the species but there are fewer of Akiba every year though. Two of poaching is rampant because the fishes swim bladder is highly prized in China. As a medicinal food. Because there's a little money is more money than drugs. I mean we're talking about twenty thousand dollars twenty five dollars for one soon blind. Jp Geoffroy leads the Conservation Group Sea Shepherd's Makita protection efforts. He says that money has attracted international drug cartels and during high season there can be dozens of boats fishing illegally inside the Vicki to refuge for the last five years sea shepherd has been working with some local fishermen to collect Gill Nets. Trying give the species a fighting chance to recover important. Centrally Bay Crew Members. Use a hook to move huge bags of fishing gear. They've pulled from the ocean. All these boxes contain all Guinea. Gotten it that way we move from riveted by Kedah not all local support sea shepherd's work recently suspected poachers fired shots at a sea. Shepherd vessel in the Makita refuge despite that tension. Geoffroy says they support local fishermen who just want to do their job. We are just trying to work with them and explain to them to. At least respect the small rectangle release the critical area. Geoffroy says if they can just protect the remaining Makita the species can recover but for now observers. Say there's little evidence that current efforts to stop poaching will be enough for NPR news. I'm Arianna Brosius.
"toba" Discussed on KOMO
"Of such evil your mother never lied to you never lied to me from the very moment that I could understand maybe it was three or four years old she told me what's going on she was doing it to protect you to protect me and when they arrived at Auschwitz she stepped off the train soon they are told to undress her mother telling the truth she said to me if we're not perfect she pointed to the crematorium it was smoke and I know what she meant I got undressed and I remember I was saying to her however my mom how do well she's a jewel great mother and daughter are separated so few children survive but the ones who did describe the same crushing moment the separation Peter Somogyi remembers arriving to he was a twin which meant there was a new kind of horror Dr Yusef Mandalay conducting experiments on the children asking for two minutes first my mother didn't know what to say so if you have a second option is a vote so time she said yes I do have dreams and immediately two soldiers who grabbed us and that's the last the bustle so few children were spared of sweets they were too young to work and the **** did not want young witnesses Toba remembers when it was her turn I went to the crematorium and I hear my name for mother separated months before C. Stover through the fence she asks where are you going and I said to the court what Torio and they started screaming and I remember turning to the little girl next to me and I said why has the screaming life is a gigantic rules with a cement floor and all around a hoax works with numbers this is the announcement to get undressed look at the whole book the number that you're putting your clothes because after you have the showers you will find you close again that's what they would tell the children before they were gassed but suddenly toll remembers chaos shouting the order them to get dressed again something had gone wrong in the crematorium she would walk back and I hear my mother's voice again she just what happened and I remember saying it in a very loud voice he couldn't deal with this time they'll do it next time with the children did not know was that the Soviets were closing in it so the **** began sending thousands on death marches those few who stayed behind found places to hide survived Toba was one of them we wait for the house with us on a walk proud we didn't think as I remember the little girl we need to look for work.
Wolfgat, a Far-Flung Destination for South African Coastal Cuisine
"Just a few years. South African Chef Cobras. Fundamentally has is boosted restaurant Wolf cuts to the Toba many lists ranking the world's best dining spots located in the fishing village of Party Nostra a hundred and fifty kilometers from Capetown. This small restaurant with seats for just twenty diners as the reputation for serving dishes made of some of the greatest local South African ingredients. I met Cobras at Kadoorie House studio one to discuss his success the south-african cooling the identity and first of all how his background as a journalist has been free tamers arrest or two and chef working with restaurant news At the DOT website. You kind of differently. Open up your eyes and your ears to what's happening globally. So I think that must have definitely played so some small role in the output when I started applying myself restaurant sort of scenario if that makes sense in wait sort of yeah I suppose it stimulates your your thoughts you know in terms of what's possible and what what can be done. And what's a gap in the market. Because I think in South Africa we still only just starting to realize what amazing things we have on home turf and to appreciate. It are indigenous produce and to present that as something that can be on a global stage and we sort of forging a South African culinary identity not which hasn't existed. In my opinion you're also talking about the importance of good storytelling. You learn as a journalist your I suppose definitely am. I still still do a lot of research for menus for the kind of inspiration for the restaurant. We situated historic voting on a very significant archaeological site with an old cave. That's located right underneath. The building said there's a lot of storytelling these a lot of early history that inspires everything everything what we do and how we compare the menu. How while we'd like to serve the Food and what we want to think of when they when they eat these things? It didn't more about your cooking philosophy as you are already making clear. We're talking about very very local food super local ingredients and so forth. Yes very intuitive menu. In a way whatever inspires us you know seasonally from the landscape. The way they're the history very much of that coastline and then picking indigenous succulents seaweeds wild herbs the whole teams involved every morning. Literally we up picking what's necessary for today's menu and it's about a six kilometer radius around the village. Everything comes from that radius. Not Everything I mean. We do get flour away from a neighbouring village a couple of hours away and we get of course we get more dry goods supplied like like any other strong on all local but not everything is sourced from you know that six kilometer radius but in each dish we always highlight an element that we've picked in that. Very like hyper local location. What are some of your favorite dishes just to paint a picture of listeners of what you get served at this restaurant I like really simple food? I like the combination of textures and flavors to be the surprise element around like things is to be to overwork. Layered all complicated so often dishes have only three or four ingredients. I like to combine elements of the land and the sea. So it could be an alien being that we puree and then serve with and some local green succulents or on the current or the menu. That just finished because we're now in a break Our our ultimate menu. We actually served one of the simplest dishes ever for our main course which was venison with seaweed so yeah literally like two elements like a surf and turf with local Springbok served with a kind enough Nari same species what's used for Sushi that grows in our local rapports poor fire and we found out in sort of a happy accident went way of this very special technique to get really really sulky. So it's always quite a nice surprise for gas because you see the sort of big almost chunk of seaweed on the plate and it looks like it's going to be a textual challenge and there's like this really silky smooth Emami slightly smoky seaweed that just really complements the venison quite well so two elements on the mate and it looks really simple. I mean you can't really do too much in terms of plating even so it's very pared-down pared-down and minimalist dish but then the flavors are just completely unexpected. And I'm quite new. Well we're resolve African food. Now what do you think is happening in your home country. It's a very exciting time because for so long we've had a bit of a Lack of confidence in our own produce and We have so many different cultures in South Africa. It's such a melting pot of different cultures and histories and traditional foods that we don't really have one single so African cuisine but now finally people are realizing that we need to create this momentum and for us the way to start in a small more way was to look very locally so to do something regional because then at least you get a little bit of an identity already and that you can work with but I think in the bigger context South African shapes differently becoming a lot more conscious that these sort of collective thing that we need to work together to establish. Tell me about your principles at work. I was reading that in your restaurant. There is no really high rocky over there and and it's interesting what people you've been hiring over there they don't necessarily we have massive qualifications so I work with a team of five For Women One man all born and raised in paternoster. None of them have any for more food background. Whatever or restaurant work our training and yes? We don't have any hierarchy or any distinction between kitchen in front of House. How does it work quite well? We're a Small Well oiled machine and we everybody does everything and often. It will mean that you you pick ingredients for a dish that you'll be doing the preparation for you know you do the part of that dish this necessary during service to finish preparing and you'll often often carry it to the table so it's kind of you come full circle and you can explain to the guests exactly what the dishes made up of and even the technique so for me. That's a real synergy energy in being that hands on in creating and serving the menu so you know just the way drawn or a or a chef you basically fulfill all the
"toba" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"We were almost completely -pletely wiped out as a species and if that wasn't bad enough we had the eruption of a mega volcano the largest volcanic eruption in the last twenty to thirty thirty million years. Mount Toba in Metro which today is Lake Toba and it blew its top in its spewed all of this ash into the atmosphere and sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere in this this had the effect of of creating a global nuclear winter in effect and temperatures dropped by fifteen or twenty degrees Celsius on average lack. The Sun Yeah it blocked the sun basically and so the animals and the plants become sparser into the human population becomes sparser. We can also look at the genetic variation that we see today in. Humans have remarkably a little genetic variation for a species of large ape were highly inbred and it's because the population size around the time of that volcanic eruption drop down to maybe as few as two thousand. How but then fifty sixty seventy thousand years ago somewhere in that region all hell breaks loose? Art makes its appearance the stone tools. Become much more finely crafted. The evidence is that humans begin to specialize in particular prey species at particular times of the year. The population size started to expand expand probably according to what many linguists believe fully modern language tactic language subject verb object that we use to convey complex ideas like I'm doing now now appeared around that time we became much more social the social networks expanded this change in behavior allowed us to survive these worsening conditions in Africa and they allowed us to start to expand around the world what we imagined that.
As Epstein died, guards allegedly shopped online and slept
"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting to jail guards who were on duty the night Jeffrey Epstein died have been charged with falsifying records to jail guards who were responsible for monitoring Jeffrey abstain the night he killed himself have been charged with falsifying prison records to conceal they were sleeping and browsing the internet while on duty Toba no well and Michael Thomas are charged in a grand jury indictment with neglecting their duties and fabricating log entries to make it appear they made checks every thirty minutes as required prosecutors say the guards failed to check on abstain for nearly eight hours abstain committed suicide last August at the metropolitan correctional center in New York he was awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges
Bahamas devastated by hurricane Dorian.
"Coming up on the news a Bahamas Commas slammed by category five Harkin Dorian general election discussions in number ten amid brexit battle and Berlin zoo celebrates red birth of panda twins. It's Monday September Timbuktu. I'm Anthony Davis Hurricane. Dorian has caused unprecedented unprecedented devastation in the Bahamas. The country's leader has said the storm the second strongest Atlantic hurricane on record remains extremely dangerous said that Prime Minister Hubert menace some thirteen thousand houses of fear damaged or destroyed according to the International Red Cross pictures showed surging floodwaters what is upturned cars and snapped trees. Dorian is the most powerful storm to hit the Bahamas since records began and will later move dangerously close is to the US East Coast according to forecasters it hit the Bahamas as a category five hurricane but it's now weakened to a category four with maximum sustained twins near one hundred and fifty five miles an hour says the US National Hurricane Center in its latest update Dorian will however remain a powerful hurricane during during the next couple of days. The storm is crawling over Grand Bahama with a population of around fifty thousand people and is only sixty miles east of West Palm Beach in Florida. Dorian is traveling west of just over one mile an hour. NHCD said it added that the hurricane would continue to pound Grand Bahama the island through much of Monday the winds at the core of the storm spinning so fast that the center is collapsing on itself stalling over the area and weakening the storms. I this is making it expand and caused damage over large area and could raise water levels by as much as twenty three feet in parts heart. Grand Bahama Island Donald Trump yesterday marveled over hurricane Dorian size incorrectly telling the public about its potential off off and suggesting he's never heard of a category five storm before Dorian in fact is the fourth category five storm to happen under his watch. speculation is mounting that Boris Johnson could call a snap general election in the UK if back bench rebels succeed in passing a bill to delay brexit today the UK Prime Minister has made a statement outside number ten urging politicians not to undermine his negotiations with the EU as opposition and Tory rebels MP's publish a bill designed to rule out a no deal brexit on thirty first of October Toba despite Mr Johnson claiming he didn't want to hold a general election polling day would most likely be before the thirty first of October though the date would ultimately talk be in the control of the government who could decide to change the date at the last minute allowing the UK to crash out of the E U by default without a deal real first minister of Scotland Nicholas Sturgeon tweeted plainly obvious from that statement that Johnson has no plan to get a deal if MP's blink blink tomorrow he will drive the UK off the no deal cliff on thirty first of October. He must not get away with it. Mr Johnson ended his speech h with MP should vote with the government against Corbin's pointless delay. I want everyone to know there are no circumstances in which I will ask Brussels to delay allay. We are leaving on October thirty first. No IFS or buts we will not accept any attempts to go back on promises or scrub that referendum throughout the press conference protesters' could be heard outside Downing Street chanting stop. The coup Berlin Zoo said it's resident Pandang Mang has delivered twins the first time one of the endangered animals has given birth in the country. Mingming became a mom twice. We are so happy we are speechless. The zoo tweeted today posting video of mango guiding reading one of her pink cubs to feed pandas on notoriously difficult to breed making such births rab. The Panda delivered its first cub on Saturday evening running about an hour later. A second baby was born. The sexes have not been determined. The zoo said they weighed one hundred thirty six and one hundred eighty six six grams. The zoo pays fifteen million dollars a year in a fifteen year contract to host them with most of the money going towards the conservation and breeding research program Graham in China. The cubs born in Berlin must be returned to China within four years after they have been weaned about one thousand eight hundred sixty four pandas this remain in the wild in China up from around two thousand in the late nineteen seventies according to the environmental group. WWF just over four hundred pandas live in zoos around the world in conservation projects setup with Beijing you can subscribe to the news with your favorite podcast. APP or ask Your Smart Speaker to play the news with Anthony Davis podcast leave us a review on. I tunes yes and follow us on twitter. At the news underscore podcast for daily updates. The news is an independent production covering politics inequality inequality health and climate delivering honest verified and truthful World News daily.
Can Boris Johnson deliver Brexit?
"On the daily you told us the story of populism in europe <unk> over five parts and now it feels like that story is very much back in the news so we've gotten used out of the u._k. We've gotten used out of italy. I'm sort of just waiting being for the other countries to sort of implode yeah. It's been quite a week so let's start with the u._k. Remind us where we were when this week started good evening from dining streets where boris johnson one of the most controversial politicians of modern times has taken over as prime minister from theresa may <music> standing in downing street for the first time as prime minister boris johnson promised british people that brexit will be dealt with in ninety nine days and he's promised is to take out of the e._u. On october thirty first with or without a deal at all ministers deleting on this date whatever whatever the circumstances and to do otherwise would cause a catastrophic loss of confidence in our political system okay so the situation is that boris johnson needs to deliver brexit. Finally we've got a deadline toba thirty. I you know the deadline was extended. Twice is this now seems to be the hard deadline and he's got nine weeks to deliver this promise to take britain out of the european union. Basically there are two ways of doing that. Either you cut a deal with brussels with the other twenty seven countries in the european union and figure out a way to make this kind of work seamlessly asli or you don't cut a deal in which case you kind of crash out of this block meaning that you have a situation off total chaos this nodia brexit that scenario is basically something that most lawmakers want to avoid right and that's why there were scenes of theresa may trying and failing going to pass a deal brexit to parliament over and over again and he's really embarrassing stumbles correct. She failed three times and then she resigned and now while boris johnson has made it very clear that he stands for a brexit on october thirty first doer diets he put it and we're going to fulfill filled repeated promises of parliament to the people deal or no deal. I'm come out to the issue of the thirty first. That's his objective narrates knives or buts so this was kind of the situation we were in. Everybody was wondering what's he going to do with this and then he you did something that nobody expected. He suspended parliament. It is a move that will make it easier for johnson to force the country's exit from the european union without a deal in place place. Critics say this is a constitutional crisis but supporters say it's standard practice. What does that actually mean so he's dealing with the parliament that it not only hasn't been able to agree on anything. There's no majority for any deal that has been proposed. He's dealing with a parliament that tried to oust him at one point and he's dealing with the the parliament where very opposition parties and finally making common cause to basically pass legislation to stop a ordeal brexit from happening which would limit his options and basically risk for him not to be able to deliver on his promise which is brexit come what may so. There's this thing called proroguing. It's a very british thing you perot parliament you basically suspended temporarily and he's basically you cut down the time that parliament has in session to debate brexit from five weeks to less than three weeks by cutting the timetable timetable johnson is making it much less likely that these people will actually come to an agreement and get in his way and get in his way in ways made it almost impossible awesome for anyone to challenge is promised to leave the european union october thirty first sue johnson is trying to severely limit the role of the legislative creative branch of the british government in what is arguably the most consequential process. It has gone through in decades. How on earth is that possible crazy thing. It's totally possible. Most people think it's entirely within the bounds of britain's famously unwritten constitution and got it approved by the queen and then allowed him to go ahead so that's all it takes. Ask the queen suspend parliament. That's all it takes to. The queen supports this plan. No it doesn't mean that she supports it. It's basically a formality in britain that part is normal but what isn't normal is the timing and the way that he sort of did with this in a way that looks very much politically motivated and you know this is not necessarily illegal. There may be legal challenges but a lot of people think you'll get away with it but it's sneaky and it's kind of undermining trust in the institutions and reinforcing the sentence that democracy is not working <hes> and that could become a self-fulfilling prophecy so he's kind of playing with fire. It's extremely brazen reason and i wonder how people especially people who serve in parliament have responded. They're not happy people basically accused him of staging a coup shutting down parliament in order to force through and hoodoo brexit which will do unto who'd and and lasting damage to the country against the wishes of m._p.'s is not democracy. It's dictatorship. They say he's acting like a king. He's taking away fundamental democratic rights and disabling parliament suspending parliament is not acceptable. It's not all while the prime minister is doing. A sort of smashing grab on democracy. People have been marching in the streets. The bottom line of all of this is that people are saying this is deeply undemocratic own elected prime minister to found the elected to rump fluid. No deal has no democratic monday. I mean the scale of what he's doing. Strikes me as the equivalent of the president united states in the middle of the immigration debate for example something as divisive brexit just somehow suspending congress and putting his plan plan for a border wall and action and saying i need you. You're in the way. It's not a bad analogy because johnson is saying. I'm not an mccready you guys are and i suspect that's probably what trump would say. He'd say the people voted for me. I promise the wall so this is democracy. Well johnson is is basically saying the people voted for brexit so i'm the man to deliver it and if parliament is going to stand in the way that parliament is undemocratic socratic it has become clear there are pessimists at home and abroad who think after three years of indecision that this country has become the prisoner to the old arguments of two thousand sixteen at in this home of democracy. We are incapable of honoring a democratic mandate. It's pretty classic basic popular stuff. Actually the elites are not standing for the people but here. I am the man to represent the people and so i'm standing before you today today to tell you the british people those critics are wrong. The doubters the doomsters the gloomsters they outgained to get it wrong again the people who bet against britain again to lose their shirts but this one's going to restore trust in our democracy so so johnson is saying you're calling undemocratic for me to block parliament's ability to do my job but i say it's undemocratic for parliament to get in the way of music realizing what the people voted directly for which is brexit exactly and ultimately. That's kind of where we're at. It's like what's your definition of. Democracy is a democracy people voted for brexit and nobody's been able to deliver it. Is it democratic to disable temporarily a legislative chamber that is sort of at the core of representative democracy right the people vote for these representatives stanford their interest but there's this rift right now and this is kind of at the heart of the issue of rising populism realism across europe that we touched on june as well as the people don't trust their representatives anymore. There's this crisis of representative democracy and in britain the oldest democracy in the world. This tension is now really come to a head right. It's one of the reasons. The british people voted to get out of the e._u. The the first place this idea that the european union was not properly representing them and this is where in some ways the irony lies because boris johnson argued in favor of brexit precisely with the argument that it would reinforce the british parliament. They say you have no choice but to bow down to brussels. We say are woefully underestimating this country what it could it would. I'd be patriot powers. It would make the british parliament more powerful and more democratic. I mean he basically argued when he was arguing. In favor of brexit the brussels was
Queen approves request to suspend Parliament but what does this mean for Brexit?
"And a joining us here in Washington is now Gardner senior fellow at the heritage foundation and also a former adviser to prime minister Margaret Thatcher and now that he could explain exactly what the prime minister did today well for the prime minister requested to to the queen that she had to clear the suspension or pro rotation all parliament in the United Kingdom for appeared all four to five weeks and what this means in terms of the big the big picture is that it is now far less likely that parliament will be able to block what is known as a new deal brexit and it is a very big move by by the prime minister Boris Johnson very bold Kelsey move it has taken many people by surprise in in London and is a clear signal of intent from the prime minister that he is one hundred percent committed to moving forward with brexit on October thirty first deal or no deal but it's important to bear in mind that the suspension of parliament is not unprecedented that have happened in the past and this is mostly a constitutional crisis of some critics all saying the Sony within the the power of the prime minister to seek the pro rotation all person's palm the third that is not the first time it's happened it's been used before and I think that so any Boris Johnson will be feeling more confident now I think you can the the likelihood of brexit happening on October thirty first which is off rule the the will of the British people the particular votive Apraksin twenty sixteen told someone to deliver that a promise on the pledge to the Briton's lotus and it now Gardner is you assess the reaction in Great Britain the head of the labor party Jeremy Corbyn calling this quote a threat to our democracy John Brcko who is the house of Commons speaker calling it a constitutional outrage how do you respond to that yes on is being very fierce opposition from some quarters in parliament especially from the opposition Labour Party but also from the the speaker of the house of Commons tone of Brcko who in one of one on one time was actually conservative but I have to say either the pollen it really will be powerless in my view to to block a new deal brexit unless of parliament is able to bring down the conservative government in a no confidence vote they have one week to do that which begins on Monday next week I think it's unlikely the parliament will have the the votes to to do that and I expect that actually killed from will will succeed it is a rule goal which is to move forward with the brexit agenda but without a doubt I mean they're all a lot of angry voices in parliament and and the speaker of the house of Commons John Burke who is a very all didn't anti brexit campaigner he certainly is going to be one of the most vocal opponents of the suspension of parliament which also cool Scott cut down his own authority as speaker so naturally Mr Brcko is very upset about the developer or talking with now Gardner of the heritage foundation and we should point out this is something that you predicted in one of the conversations we had earlier this summer in terms of the time line if prime minister Johnson in fact was elected by the conservatives to head up the party so walk us through the new deadline October thirty first with parliament coming back in mid October give us a sense of what will happen during that two week period yes Sir on October fourteenth the the conservative government will outline what is known as the end of the queen's speech outlining their agenda and following that there will be a meeting of the European Union helpful October seventeenth to eighteenth where person will seek a new deal with the European Union to withdraw from the E. U. and if a deal is agreed and parliament well I should debate the new with full agreement on October twenty first twenty second and it has to be said of course that is a big question mark whether or not the you will agree to a new agreement that is acceptable to the British government my own sense is the person is heading towards what is known as a new deal brexit and I expect that that new deal brexit will will be implemented on October thirty first unless you're gonna see major concessions from the European Union and of course parliament has to prove when you eat you withhold deal on October twenty first on October twenty second say that there's a big question marks but I would say the policy is very very clear now that we are heading for a a British exit from the E. on October thirty first and most likely that is going to be a new deal exit where white person simply negotiable trade section with the European Union on the World Trade Organization term and I think that that is the most likely scenario now I think there's a very small child all of parliament stopping in new deal brexit but I'd say that that opportunity to parliament to block a new deal brexit is very very minimal right now and I think it's highly likely that we all get to see practical into October thirty first they should help Toba has a number of very big date starting with October the fourteenth the data the queen's speech and then you have the other European Union tells me don't have a seventeenth eighteenth and then parliament will debate the queen's speech and a potential with told agreement on October twenty first twenty second save a lot a lot of events happening in October and one final point we have touched on this in the past but one of the biggest stumbling blocks it continues to appear to be the issue between Northern Ireland which is part of the UK and the Republic of Ireland and trade along the border so explain what the issue is and why that has been so difficult yeah I'll say the big issue for the British government is what is what is called the northern on and backstop found the backstop is basically demanded Bonnie the the European Union order to prevent a heart border between north and on and on the Irish Republic well the backs of actually does is that it this person point into the E. U. customs union indefinitely which is unacceptable to the new British government off rule membership of the EU customs union would mean that Britain could not find the same free trade agreements including with United States and therefore Boris Johnson demanding that the backstop be removed altogether the British government is a is saying that there should be high technology solutions the border issue that there should be a complete removal of any kind of border control between the south and the north of Ireland and that and the backstop should also be removed altogether in order to free person from each house and even answer the British government in favor of any kind of upon border nor is the European Union for some kind of agreement can be reached to remove the backstop but also to ensure that there is no hard border between the north and south more details available online at heritage you dot org Nile gardener here in Washington thank you for being with us it's my pleasure thank you
Dave Bautista, Keita And Makita discussed on The Frame
"They were coming out a week after Spiderman far from home and a week before lion king I mean could we have like one shot at it. You know that weekend doesn't go well for gone forever. That's not Camille Janis only problem. It is new movie stupor. He plays an uber driver who picks up a nightmare passenger. Who's got a gun? That's Today on the frame weekend. Plus for filmmaker Lewan diverse casting is key even if it surprises surprises movie goers type of American lead that we're used to but that's part of it you know people need to get used to these faces as being part of the faces of America re talk too long about her new movie the farewell and we'll say hello to the LUBEC sister's piano duo from Paris who wowed the crowd at the Hollywood bowl this week. It's the frame weekend from the Broadcast Center at K._P._C._C. John Horn stay with us. I'm John Horn and this is the frame weekend on this show we talked with creative people about how and why they do what they do and about how their art is shaped by the wider world a little later today. We're going to find out why Tuesday nights are taking off in downtown L. as little Tokyo but I this you know there's a sense that certain movies theatre movies and certain movies are not theater movies. I think comedy's our theater movies to Oh. Actor and screenwriter male Nanjiani hopes that audiences agree he's going for big laughs and his new dark comedy. It's called Stupor the film just open this weekend. It's an action packed buddy cop flick with with a twist Nanjiani stars as an uber driver and he picks up a total nightmare of a passenger and out of control policeman played by Dave Bautista. He's losing his eyesight and he's got a gun. AFTER JANIS 2017 seventeen breakout film the big sick he was looking for an entirely different kind of role for a follow up so when he came across the script for Stupor he thought he'd found one as long as he could help tweak the script a bit genuine motto of the L._A.. L._A.. Times was my co host for the frames recent summer movie special and Nanjiani was one of our guests we started out by asking him to explain the premise. That's driving the stupor storyline. An Uber driver gets kidnapped by a COP and forced go on an adventure to catch a murderous drug dealer and the cop can't see because he just got leasing just got Leszek. That's the thing I don't know why it's not in the trailers. The cop just got laid sick and so there's like over the course of the whole movie. He's got this chart that he's staring at waiting for it to get on blurry so I'm curious how this came about. Were you looking for something like this. After the big sick I sort of had a little bit of paralysis about what to do next ext so I decided that the only way I wouldn't put too much pressure on myself was to do something completely different that nobody could compare it to the big sick right and so I kind of was I want to do like a big studio action comedy type movie so then descript came in and I read it and I thought it was really fun and funny by was like if I want to do like an action comedy with guns and all this stuff there has to be a reason for it to exist like it conscious be that it's entertaining and so I actually talked to to Fox a bunch about it and was like hey. I think there's some like underlying themes in this movie that I think we should really bring up to the surface and if you guys are willing to do that then I think this could be a cool thing to do. We'd be able to talk about things you don't normally see in like a big action movie like this. That seems like such a guy movie toxic masculinity in men talking about their feeling exactly exactly I was like if we're doing a movie in twenty nineteen about out angry dudes with guns. We have to talk about that. I feel like we're obviously in a narrow where you know. Masculinity is under the microscope and we're really sort of figuring out. Most of the world's problems come from men who can't feel their feelings so it was like I think this is a great rate way to talk about that stuff in a movie. That's traditionally a very like man movie and for people who don't know what's tuber means what does to remain Camille so my character's name is Stu and Driving Uber so my boss calls Me Stupor to make doc fund me and it really gets under by skin cancel. It affects my rating icon trouble for stars lose this job. ooh Do right now that that you for this stupid you can stop calling me that he really loves you. I think that's it's a really fun too because we were like let's take all the male types and reconstructive so this guy is sort of the you know the petty tyrant type of guy and we do a scene where we deconstruct that where he's just like kind of lonely and feels bad and insecure about himself on you have a whole seen in a male strip club. Yes exactly Steve. How is the name of the guy that I talked to a bunch and it's funny? He's like Hillary Clinton Tattoo. She was up twelve points in August. We just wanted to take a a bunch of different types of men and sort of deconstruct. All of the stripper is talking about being honest with your feelings and you know not hiding. You need to tell her you feel a relationship cannot thrive without honest and you know he's been body shamed by his his boss for being like you know one percent body fat as opposed to point five right right. He looks great by the way I'll tell you I felt very inadequate in that locker room because it's like Ted of the most gorgeous hunks and then me like I notice I watched this movie a bunch of different audiences. My posture is so much worse in that scene than any other scene in the movie the match up of you and Dave Batista his persona has his outward appearance appearance like it it lends itself to a deeper deconstruction along those lines. That's what's interesting about him is that he looks like such a brute. You know he's so big and he's looks like a scary guy but he's the sweetest most sincere man have truly ever met he he is completely in touch with his emotions. In a way are characters in the movie are Kinda swapped. He's the one who's really comfortable being sincere and crying and really talking about his feelings whereas I was the one who was really cut off for myself for a long time and in the last four or five years I've been sort of trying to do the work of getting in touch with my feelings and feeling comfortable expressing something other than anger anger you know what is that about. I mean is that about things that you think you can do. Through acting where you can start understanding yourself better yeah I mean honestly was I started taking acting classes like a year before the big sick because I knew that had got to be able to access parts of myself that hadn't been able to access an taking acting classes. It's Kinda was like therapy. I realized that for years I didn't know how I was feeling why was angry about stuff and so in doing doing acting work for the big sick I realized like Oh. There's a lot of stuff going on inside me that I thought was not good to feel and so after the big continued doing that work on myself like I cry it almost every movie movie now and I went like fifteen years without crying at all. When this movie came along? I was like well. I think this could be an interesting way to talk about some of the things that I've had to deal with on my own when I was sort of talking to Fox about this. I don't want to take credit for this movie in any way. All that stuff was in there but I was like I see these characters as one needs to get angry and one needs to cry. So how do you do that and make what is a summer movie with like you know. I won't say car chases but there's some car action. There's a ton of violence. There's a lot of like what we would see in a big action movie. How do you make sure that that is responsible as well that you're not just kind of random? gunplay people are just getting mowed down because that's what you have to do a summer movie I mean. That's tricky right. That's tricky so it is a shooting movie. It is people with guns. It is it is car chases. Those things happen in movie and that's the language of this type of cinema but I but I was like my cocker should be anti doc. I was very adamant. I was like fire. Hold a gun in this movie. I don't want to feel cool or good about it. The only time I fire is once into the air when we went to do the poster shoot for the movie. The concept was both of us holding guns and I was like I'm not going to hold a gun. That's completely not what this character is so I'm honestly not trying to take a big stand against guns or anything. Obviously you see I think gun control is very important but you know Dave has a lot of guns and he's a very responsible gun owner and he's very comfortable around guns. I'm not comfortable around counts I wanted. I thought that that perspective should be in their drive. I'm sue how do you do can get you some bottled waters and Canadian chocolate. It was one of those things where I thought was getting five bars Amazon but I ended Koreatown no rea- town now hold on. I'm going to bang a UEY Hero Quick Doc. No don't got it. It's clear that uber was a willing participant in this movie I mean they are all over the film and yet they're these jokes about the driver like Oh my God he took the right turn. It's now four minutes two minutes. How much freedom did you have to actually make fun of ride? Sharing Services and Uber particular first of all did not pay us any money for those people think this is like an ATF ruber. I'd be like this is a terrible herbal admiral the driver get kidnapped. How is this a positive thing for Uber? They wanted to make sure that the APP was used correctly. That was there. They wanted to make sure that that technically everything we were doing in the movie would have happened that way in real life they weren't too concerned about US making fun of Uber like they were kind of cool with that but they wanted to make sure that it was an accurate portrayal Nanjiani co stars in Stupor with Dave Bautista. It's in theaters now. You're listening to the frame weekend. I'm John. Do you know what if Akita is no well. A lot of people don't and a lot of future generations won't because it's almost extinct the vikings are a casualty of fishing nets in the Sea of Cortes off Baja California. The Nets are there to capture another species of marine marine animal the Totowa by the Documentary Sea of shadows examines not only the rapid eradication of Akita but also the nearly intractable plight of local fishermen. We sat down with the film's director Richard Laud Connie at at the Sundance Film Festival where see shadows premiered and he started by telling us more about this small porpoise like mammal. The Makita is the smallest waylon earth. It looks like it's very cute. It looks like a cross between a pond the baron dolphin there's so few left after them so the first mammal that may go extinct in a decade when we started there were less than thirty left now. We believe there's less than fifteen left so they're really declining fast but DEV akitas just a symbol for a much bigger story which is that the drug cartels tells the Mexican cartels in a Chinese mafia based in Tijuana are attacking this habitat of the Makita because they're looking for something else that cocaine of the C- the Toba and they liked that so much because the swim bladder ladder of this fish can fetch up to one hundred thousand dollars in China so they discovered it as an alternative to the drug trade so this is why story so big and dangerous because they're attacking a notion that Jacques Cousteau called the aquarium of the world and they are destroying it just to get this swim ladder and nobody was looking like when we did the IRA game the elephant crisis was known and it was a big deal and you know everyone loves elephants. This one was a silent war that no one knew about but it was so deadly because tens and hundreds of thousands of animals being killed in slaughtered and I was five hour south of Los Angeles Richard when I think about the challenges in making this movie obviously the first one is the by Keita. They're very few they're hard to find and there's certainly hard to document and then you're working in an area where there are people who don't want you to document what's happening and they don't want you interfering in their business and those people are powerful and they have guns so what were the biggest challenges is for you in trying to document what was going on outside of San Filippo. The Beach Chattan starts with that. Do you need a lot of money to make a film like that because Justice Security that goes into keeping us all safe because every day that we spend there we were noticed more and more and we try to pretend to be like a natural history kind of film team just doing a film on wildlife right but they were wondering why are they on the sea shepherd ship which is fighting the cartels house and why are they so interested in what's going on here so yes. It became the most dangerous film I've ever done. I set that as well. When did the every game they started sending us more clear messages that they do know who we are and especially the really bad guy? <hes> Oscar Para started to <hes>. Let us know by sending us a messenger saying. Why don't you interview me but we were like Oh? We're not going to do that because he had actually just murdered soldier in some Philippa a few weeks back caught on videotape too caught on videotape and we thought it could be a trap. There's a moment in the film where you were filming. If I keep that is in distress and to watch what is happening to this Keita's your cameras are rolling and the marine biologists who are trying to care for it is unbelievably difficult to watch because this is an animal. That's not only almost extinct it is in some ways kind of anthropomorphic and it's a it's an animal that has almost kind of human qualities in its face. Can you talk about without revealing what happens in the scene what was like to film that sequence where you see this Keita who is struggling to stay alive you know it took five weeks of us being out there on fifteen boats with ninety scientists who we're the best in the world to try to find them. You know for us. It was this journey this rollercoaster ride of emotions of being with a scientists looking for this animal which they wanted to rescue they wanted to extract all of Akitas and put them into a safe zone so they can stay alive because the thousands of ghost nets were going into catch to our killing everything they're like walls of death but yeah being close to that Makita that after five weeks was caught was was incredible. It was the first time Akita was even filmed like we were the first film team ever ever to film this animal in its entirety that was like Oh my God but then also watching it struggle with captivity that was emotional like you cannot believe it was tears of joy I to actually sleep find one bring it to safety but then also watching how it was struggling it was <hes> big rollercoaster for US emotionally direct KITA. There's maybe a dozen of them left. What would you say to people who say what differences the Fakih to make to the world? You know <hes> we have a responsibility I think to care into not look away and this story is remarkable because it is a small story but it's a small story that you find over and over again across the world. I want everyone to start looking at this and say like this can't happen like I can't allow this. I'm angry. I want to inspire especially the young people like our our hero Jack Drawn to these twenty one and he's risking his life every day and he's out there facing poachers and he's I angry and he's not ready to accept so he's fighting and to show here is like that I think it is very inspiring and empowering for young people who I think do
Albania's local election is a test for its democracy
"Albania's leaders are at loggerheads of local elections to be held this weekend president ilir meta has older the poll to be postponed till october but primis to f. a rama has refused to accept the new date and he's going ahead with the election his balkans correspondent guidance on the conflict between albany is head of government and head of state is heating up an already phibro atmosphere opposition parties have been absent from parliament and staging anti-government protests for months that boycott of the local elections prompted the presidential postponement of the poll the prime minister has pushed back refusing to recognize the postponement and starting proceedings to impeach mr meta undeterred the president has now rescheduled the election for toba even though the government and electoral authorities in assist the polls will be open this sunday meanwhile opposition activists say they'll take action to stop the vote taking
New flaw discovered on Boeing 737 Max, sources say
"The best known airplane in the United States, right now, probably the world to really is arguably the Boeing, seven thirty-seven, max known. However as we all know for the wrong reasons and you cannot another reason today, the FAA says it found another different problem with the plane, that will delay its return to the air until the fall, at least airlines that fly, the 737 max will fill this news, the most schedule wise, but Boeing's issues with this plane spread through the whole economy from the companies that make up Boeing's massive supply chain to economic indicators like durable goods orders that we talk about from time to time all the way down to your 4._0._1._K savings. Marketplace's Jack Stewart gets his going Boeing's some thirty-seven max planes have been grounded globally after two fatal crashes in. Okay. Toba and March. It was looking like Boeing was getting close to a fix then. We're getting late word tonight on the Boeing seven thirty seven. Max Aviation Administration has identified a new potential risk Boeing shares dropping sharply this morning that is having a big impact on, on the Dow futures overall right now, Boeing is still building forty two seven thirty-seven max is a month, but nobody's taking delivery and few allies of placing new orders that's being linked to a drop in durable goods orders a key economic indicator. And in a very real way, every plane that's punked is one that's not contributing to US exports says Donna roads at Embry, riddle, 'aeronautics university union. Imagine how many cars for example, that a GM would have export just to equal one large commercial aircraft around one hundred million dollars with the headlines. Also, call out another economic indicator. The Dow index Boeing stock has an outsized impact because of the unique way, the index is structured says analyst, Michelle mode. Due at insight research, in Seattle, Washington Boeing stock has been one of the highest rated stocks and the one most significant Dow Jones stock over the past two years, and therefore it carries about a weight on that trading. If you'll 4._0._1._K has been betting on Boeing, you'll be feeling that drop personally. David Primo at the university of Rochester says the FAA knows it's under scrutiny and will on the side of caution. When it comes to declaring the jet safe to fly that sounds like good news for passengers, but it's bad news. If it means that they're so cautious that we have planes that, that aren't able to be in service, people are, are losing income on. They're actually real cost to this. In a statement, Boeing says it's working on the problem and won't ask for certification until it. Sure, it's safe to fly.
Fight to Lead the U.K. Narrows to 2: Boris Johnson vs. Jeremy Hunt
"Onto UK politics now in Boris Johnson and Jeremy hunt going head to head in the conservative leadership contest. They'll take part in a series of sixteen hustings across the UK as Tory policy members vote to pick the next prime minister, the foam, London mayor is the clear favourite, but the foreign secretary says he believes he can win. She is. For more, I'm joined by Bloomberg's UK government editor Tim rolls down the line, Tim, great to have you with us is forest Shimin. It looks like it, doesn't it because as you suggest so popular in the polity. Let's forget, a connection is going to be held among a hundred sixty Haydock members of their puppy, then spent today of the rest of the takeover nation that totally members pray Brexit on the whole. They've often issued statements Johnson and have been doing spicy position. So I think boys don't go. Fall, the best shows winning eight east. We'll say unpredictable candidates going forward Jones could come unstuck. If it goes room in a debate in one of these hustings events that you mentioned that he will say that he wanted to giving up just yet. Tim you story on this. You say for the EU the prospect of Johnson victory would be their worst nightmare. Just remind listeners what the EU what the u k what ball kits can expect from Boris Johnson in terms of his approach to Brexit if he wins this. Well, European Union officials have barely been able to discuss as that this taste of Jones said they blame him to Brexit because he let 'em pain in sixteen lacy him trustworthy because some of the promises he's made many of the bulletins that we hate from actually this, like Jolson style as well as into IT was built something. They really trust to appreciate I mean, I think. Children's breaks position than say that he will just draw the UK straight out of the unit with no deal of end of oak. Toba weedy trying to renegotiate polka. Get the existing deal over the line. But maybe if it to pessimistic that actually Jones. And slightly silken his language in recent days on the new deal Brexit. I will try if he can to do a deal, but we'll see whether that manages to something he can achieve. What are the prospects, Tim is well of an election this year? I think it's a very wheel possibility. Actually, we've on a story over seven days. Which suggested it Jones back already. Civility, I've seen it with a new two of Johnson's abilities, charisma and his ability as to Jackson, you sense of altruism into the country that the conservative policies issues could be transformed that he could easily beat Jeremy Kuban action by still something that could be full stolen the conservative penalty. If if is if you don't get breaks deal. So he might have should nation even if he doesn't move one. So it's a win if you're interested in the camp of these kind of risks very interested in everything tame. What should we should we imagine? We might wake up to on Monday morning. Well, Monday morning with the, the hustings those sections where each of the candidates to stand up and make his page to the conservative members happening today. So. We will we will find out by by the end today. They have gone, then they'll be newspapers and you can expect to be pretty cleanly between those Jones tonight Jeremy hunt. They'll the interviews she'll the leaders on the unveiling that's newspapers still so will be the campaign getting. It's really because.
Boris Johnson, Tim Rolls And Jones discussed on Financial Issues
"To UK politics now and Boris Johnson and Jeremy hunt to going head to head in the conservative leadership contest. They'll take part in a series of sixteen hustings across the UK as Tory policy members vote to pick the next prime minister, the former London mayor is the clear favourite, but the foreign secretary says he believes he can win. She is. For more, I'm joined by Bloomberg UK government editor Tim rolls down the line, Tim, great to have you with us. Is Boris a showman? It looks like it doesn't because as you suggest he's so both pillar in the politics. And let's not forget a ten. The next is going to be held among a hundred and sixty thousand paid-up members of seventy puffy then in today's of the rest of the nation that totally members every pray Brexit on the whole. They've open issues savings as to Johnson and have been very lot since ripples, spicy position. So I think boys don't follow the next challenge. A winning thoughts east. We'll say unpredictable. There were two candidates, going forward Jones could come unstuck. If it goes real Minna debate, who in one of these hustings events that you mentioned that he will say that he went to giving up just yet. Tim annual story on this. You say for the EU the prospect of Johnson victory would be their worst nightmare. Just remind listeners what the EU what the u k what ball kits can expect from Boris Johnson in terms of his approach to Brexit if he wins this. Well, European Union officials have belly able to disguise that distasteful Jones said they blame him to Brexit because he leads campaign in Sunday, sixty lacy him as untrustworthy because some of the promises he's made many of the being bulletins that we hate them, actually dislike Jolson style as well as into it was something they think we trust appreciate I mean, I think children's breaks it position, I think, save is that he will just draw the UK straight out of the again unique with deal of the end of oak toba weedy trying to renegotiate vocally, okay? The existing deal over the line, but maybe a bit too pessimistic that actually children is slightly silken his language in recent days on the new deal Brexit. I will try if he can to do a deal, but we'll see whether that manages to be something he can achieve. And what are the prospects, Tim is well, all of an election this year. I think it's very wheel actually we've had a story or whatever a couple of days. Which suggested that some of children's back as I see already owning. That's office, civility. They see it with a new two of Johnson's abilities, his charisma and his ability as I say to inject, and you sense of the country that the conservative policies teams could be transformed that he could easily beat Jeremy Kobe in action by still something that could be full stormed. The conservative penalty if they feel if Johnson is he can't get outbreaks if you might have no option, but the go in the next even if he doesn't move on. So it's a win if you interested in the camp for these kind of risks look with very interested in everything tame, what should we? What should we imagine? We might wake up to you on Monday morning. Monday morning. The hustings by those sections where each of the candidate gets to stand up and make his page to the conservative members stuff's happening on Saturday today and say, we will we will find out by by the end have gone. And then they'll be the Sunday newspapers and you can expect these critically me between those Jones. Tonight Jeremy Huw they'll the interviews. I'm she'll by the leaders on the unveiling that's nice needs. Join that still say thanks. We will be the campaign, getting ready.
All aboard the Boris Express
"Sensible Rex it fights off the threat from the insurgent Brexit party. And I have to say that, that is a the job that I believe I'm best suited to do today. Bus Johnson came out fighting yesterday to finally launch his bid the next prime minister as the field of candidates narrows impulsion way out in front can anything derail the bars express. Also this week, we'll be looking at whether any of the contenders promises on Brexit tax cuts, and the economy actually stuck up past all in this week's politics weekly. It was standing remain the at the Notre Johnson's leadership bid yesterday with hard Brexit is and conservative rising stars. All that show support with maybe an on the job in the next cabinet at the time of recording. We don't know who hasn't who hasn't got the sixteen th needs to stay on the list of contenders. But we can probably see in that Johnson Dominic Robb, Jeremy hunt, Michael Savage, avid, and Matt Hancock all on there at the moment. The contest is bosses to lose. Is he really the best man for the job or anything? Well, I'm joined to discuss all this by Isabel Harbin, from the spectator Jonathan list from British influence and politics from the guardian. How do you think the boss when yesterday sort of emerge unscathed sufficiently boring enough? Well, that was certainly a was to make it doll safety, I, which is really the, the theme of borstal since campaign when he's allowed out to speak. The aim is basically to try to make him look a bit more serious politician. And so, in terms of his speech, and in terms of I think the way he answered the questions will didn't answer them in loss of cases. I think his team would have been quite pleased with that. There was one thing that, that over-shadowed it bit thing, which was that some MP's as she heckled journalist for asking Johnson, a very reasonable question about his comments about walking women who were berkers, and it's often the case activists from parties. Get annoyed with journalists for us dear leader inconvenient questions, but it's still quite unusual for MP's to do that. And I'm not God load of welfare candidate. It's very badly for. Candidate. It makes them look defensive as they call something to hide and what I thought made it. Worse was Liz trust. One of Boris Johnson supporters that went on TV to defend her colleagues heckling saying that they were entitled to question the questions of journalists, which, I think it would be much easier. Just to say, I think some of my colleagues over excited here can also himself, the, the idea of being PM. I've been laughed at a few months ago, and an and I think that probably we thought that his colleagues had lost trusted him toy MP's lost trust in him. Particularly his performances foreign secretary. Why are they running behind? This is being quite extraordinary. It's the conservative party completely losing any sense of responsibility for the fate of the nation, the party that used to be the solid, the reliable, the party of government has become wild reckless revolutionary because they think he is the only person who might. Squeak past in general election, and save them from both thorough and from Corbin unsaved, their seats and save that party. He might on the other hand be the final explosive device that blows the whole thing apart. It might be that he is so poorly that if he really does take us out of Europe. Ota no deal that the conservative party makes it self unelectable forever afterwards because of the self inflicted chaos caused, but they reckon that as things stand, he might save them this eat a very low reason choosy. Doesn't. He He seems seems to to have been. been concentrating quite a lot on just on just securing the backing of MP's announcing a thing you know, particularly controversial into things. I think a tax cut and also that he would leave with thirty. I is just him kind of keeping things. Very simple. As best route to success is only seem sort of the moment. If you all the kind of the pole position candidate of your day you won't have any controversy under Johnson is famous for that. And so he's, he's just letting the ship go on. If you like Theresa May to the Cima thing in a way in two thousand sixteen. When she just washed everyone else, self combustion. She was the last person standing there. The problem for Johnson is that he's told the truth extraordinarily when he said that the tour spaced extinction, if it didn't liver Brexit both thirty Tober there is no way on earth. They can deliver Brexit thirty post Tober. There are a couple of weeks parliamentary time after the summer recess where nothing can be done sell you that can. No more renegotiation, and no more led to legislation. And so he's already made a rod for his own back, that the first thing he'll have to do is prime minister is go to the EU and asked to stay in it. So already the trust will be will we smash I can't understand why the Tories don't understand that. And conversely, if you did try to get that no deal. As police said, if you actually went over the cliff, and then Boris Johnson would never be forgiven out the toys, wouldn't either and then parliament, probably humiliates him and try to stop it anyway. So there's really no way through him that he can emerge from this with any kind of credibility whatsoever. Smell somebody other candidates have tried to gain a bit of credibility people like Jamie hunt, and my ankle by saying, actually it's very difficult to leave with no deal deal no deal by thirty because his Dunton's laid out. You know, it's difficult to negotiate in that anything new in that time. And also because parliament is like to stop an ideal Brexit. Do any of those candidates avenue chance of beating him when it comes to the runoff thinking people? Turn me on all the sausage avid month ago. Jeremy hunt or such genital Mike who gave the most light, he might Hancock, he mentioned, this is probably going to get knocked out, either in this round or the next one because he just doesn't have enough of a constituency within the conservative party and his pitch. We went to his launch on Monday, his pitch was slightly crazed or have. Difficult to sort of pinned on what he believed other than motivational aphorisms. I felt like I was spinning class well to relationship. The other say are trying to sort of offer a bit more realistic Brexit plan. And that's tricky in the current Tory party, because the mood in the party is not really one for any further delay. They're still reacting to the procrastination of Theresa May. I'm perhaps, not looking at the situation that she's left the party. And in trying to work out the best way out of that they just don't want anyone who's going to put it off any more, and that's why Boris Johnson. Dominic Robb were the only two candidates who even got auditions before the European research group, which is the, the most Brexit he group in, in the conservative party, and has a huge amount of power, not just in the parliament party. But also, I think amongst the conservative membership. So it's tricky, because I think there is Brexit. Purity contest going on at the moment that doesn't bear a great deal of relation to reality of those putty of, of Michael Savage. Avid, Jeremy hunter DC is having the most. Likelihood of beating Johnson, what I suppose it would be go, if he can recover from the ca- Cain hypocrisy, which really sunk him oughta rolls astonishing. But maybe he can be forgiven in which case he's much the strongest contender. He knows burst back front if he really decides to put the knife in again, as he did last time he could be very effective when one of the candidates, not really talking about a tool anymore. She was quite strangest Dominic Robb. Who did you know sort of seen as maybe he could be the true Brexit tier candidate when Boris you know, it folded early than him said he was gonna vote trees may deal. But he's lost all of that year. G support to Boris what he used on the sue the winner under Johnson is going to match rob pound for pound in Brexit. Then those no reasons about rob who is much less sympathetic charming character. You have question marks over his personal character, which haven't quite been addressed. And who is has the kind of eight. Tori. Boy thing about him bay, which is going to not be particular turn, onto the tweet party was certainly not to the wider electric. Yes. So that's always don't since we've not now all the space is really ain't rob is also tainted, his, he didn't leave the cabinet obviously, after the check is agreement that was Boris, who did that? And, and Boris Johnson is therefore able to, to claim that he is more Brexit Pierce. We come back to this incredible sort of holy Brexit. Contest is going on the Johnson survived. The backstop no one's talking about the box December. Twenty seventeen Theresa May sign us up to customs union a great time. Johnson was he knew what it was. And then after extraordinarily when he left the company said he didn't know what it was. So he was basically saying that he was the gullible stupid or liar. I didn't seem to matter because he's tashaun. It's fascinating how there's actually a higher bar for the behavior of all the other candidates part from Boris. Johnson is something his team say the whole, always purse. Life is priced in. It's almost as though he could actually have killed people. And that would also trunks shooting Fifth Avenue, the front runners who've said that they are the two, I suppose we, if we still count rob amongst the front runners that they've said that we prepared to take the UK out of the EU with no deal on October thirty first Burston Dominic Robb, the others of, of sort of said that they think it's possible that parliament would be up to stop that. But we saw yesterday at there was an opportunity for parliament to set in motion for that to be another to at least reserve another date to try and pass a law to stop it. And Isabel some people listening and probably anyone who's not been following this with the minute detail of a full-time job gonna find it quite quoted to hear that it was defeated last night, feels like parliament's voted against no deal. Quite a few times, and what can you maybe you could explain to me about what happened last night? Here's those interesting topics going on last night. You had a group of conservative MPC voted with labour on this vote, which was to allow Paul. Lament to rule out no deal in future vote just to complicating confuse matters even further. But then you had a group of labor MP's, who voted with the government people like katoey, who obviously, managed to enrage their policy on, on regular basis, with their with that Brexit views, and you also had a number of ubstantially as well. And so this is turned the labor party in on itself again, with the very pro remain pro second referendum, anti no do, and, like, Ben Bradshaw, friends since turning on their colleagues and saying how much they've let the party downs. We, we've got another labor split here. This is a big boost to those candidates. He believe parliament actually won't stop new deal. I suppose it is if, if there is a mechanism for stopping teaches clear what that make an ISM could be done that all of the people like all of let win been out this morning that the Taurean peon and the former Tory bowl saying that this was the last chance, there are no more assigned opposition day debates. Which the government has to grant, but in power to grant labor time to have debates on things where they want, but those, those days of now, run out, and there's also no obvious legislation going through parliament for for amendments to be attitude that could stop no deal. So what is the root pop from a confidence vote without is the nuclear button, the confidence. But I think that we need to look at John berko hear abo- cove is cost himself as some kind of maverick revolutionary when it sees him, and he is prepared to cost aside, conventions and rewrite the rulebook. I mean, I'm not an expert in, in three parliamentary etiquette and protocol. So I don't know exactly how much power he has. But it seems that he can rewrite us in may sort of as he goes along. So if he decides if parliament has a will, to introduce legislation, very quickly as cupid early this year, and they all given an opportunity to vote for that. I just can't see any way which was say no. The procedure says, unfortunately, what happened last night is that. Parliament decided not to have the opportunity, it'll make it very difficult. I think for berko to devise anything also you're asking him to do something way out of anything he's done so far. I think we're going to end up with whether there will be enough conservative MP's willing to bring the house down willing to have a virtual no-confidence in what who will presumably be Boris MP appear them and a call for general election. And I just don't know when it comes to it, whether the likes of people who have very anti Brexit, whether they'll really go that for what do you think is about? Do you think enough of them to actually agree with? That would be if you get government. And then in the confidence that you lose it. Yeah, I think that is your way basically saying, I've it with the conservative party who knows that things are quite Phibro at the moment till they, there is less of a thirst for leaving parties given. What's happened to change? You K because I think that stuff Shane, how difficult it is to, to go to loan from a big structure this being rumbling along for many decades labor LaTour. He's, I suppose we can, we also have to see what happens over the course the leadership contest. If Boris Johnson has heart and his position over summer to try and win over very hard. Brexit. Selectric una comes parliament is still sitting at the end of July, when he's elected then that could be the moment where his colleagues, Dominic grieve just in greening, maybe say in office enough. You're going to take on the touch toba. We know having it. And then you trigger that election, when there's still time to stop no deal. Three months later, but they will not be allowed to stand as conservative. I mean that only. Seats are there enough of them, we don't sacrifice their careers for the sake of the country? And that's what it'll come to possibly. There are enough noble minded people willing to do that. I mean, I guess one of the things that we haven't touched on his whether it's it is possible for any of these candidates to get any kind of new deal bioterr- thirty. I, I mean, we of laughing about that. But if it comes to the crunch, d think that there are people who maybe didn't believe Theresa May was prepared to take that with no deal. But may believe that someone I on snus. Well, this is the line that the sort of the Boris style candidates of news, the European Union, saying they're not going to reopen the withdrawal agreement, they're not going to start renegotiating any way. They say will they would say that wouldn't they that's kind of, you know, they're starting line in the Goshi -ation, and perhaps studies, the stance, the European Union, that will then fold when suddenly this new powerful conservative leader comes in, but even. The leadership candidates who claim they're trying to be more realistic like Jeremy hunt, for instance, still saying they want to reopen the withdrawal agreement. So all of them are prompting something that according to what has been said, so far is not realistic. How would it look from Europe? The EU is tied to these games it's actually written into the extension that you can't renegotiate withdrawal agreements that is put, so the box office and changing the only thing in might be able to. And this is a purse is to renegotiate a political declaration, which isn't going to be enough, because it has no legal way. But more importantly, there are only two things you can do the political declaration, the first is to soften it. So you explicitly asked to negotiate accustomed on a single market, which is obviously not help any, the Tories or you hard in it in the pad on the backstop, just Northern Ireland and not cleaves the concert. India's partying one clean slice. So there's nothing that they can do, which will help them tool on the backstop is simply not of negotiation. It's only use political interest to sacrifice its. Leverage for a prime minister. He hates them and the feelings mutual. Thanks willie. Back after this.
"toba" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"I'll tell you something I will go out to the pool in. In the summertime and baseball game on and listen to it. Sometimes if I was swimming, so I have no problem with that. I like baseball on the radio. I don't like the other sports on the radio because I feel like the first of all the very, very quick in football, you need instant replay investable in and and hockey, the sports are very fast. So they're very quick on the radio face bowl, though, has a perfect rhythm and you can hear the sounds of the stadium and you can hear the foul ball and you can hear the fans, you can you can hear the pop in the glove baseball works superbly on the radio. And when you have a VIN Scully. Okay. Or in his prime before moved the TV. Gary Cohn, who I thought was the best radio broadcast other than Scully in the country. Because he was great at describing the play how he rose is also very good because they described the play in a very natural rhythm. That is not easy to do. And you can hear a lot of other guys fail at it. And you never don't know where to ball is with how we don't know what a is. He never gets tied up into play. You always know into bullets. He's always giving you the play. He's always painting the picture for you. Gary was the same way, Gary has gone to the point where he's developed a nice. Rhythm on TV took them a while to do it. He was not good at it in the beginning. And he was not good at setting up, as which is what your job is. The TV is the is the analysts medium. It is set up for the ex player at a set up for the football. Analysts it's set up for Romo it's not finance the up for Romo, it's setup for Keith in ga- and Ron. It's not settled forgetting, so Gary had to take a back seat which he did very, very well. And he's worked very well into into a into weaving those guys into the game, and they've all fit very well they're very good. Listen, they wanted to top TV groups there is very good at it, and it's a little bit of an awesome because you're analyst has to set up. Plus, he's got to watch doesn't give a radio replay radio play by play on TV. Nothing's more annoying than people telling you what you see. As on TV you there to set up the analysts and you're there, too. Ed, you're there to put the finishing touches on. You don't have to tell everybody what they see they see the fallible. They see the swing animus this festival right down the middle. You don't have to tell them. It's a fastball at them and they see it. So it's a different game than it is on radio where you gotta tell him that. It's a fastball right down the middle. Okay. Or it was a, you know, a four seam of that just missed high, or whatever it might be, you know, so that's what the, the good guy does. He describes the game very well because it has to be descriptive on TV on the radio. Dan in jersey. What's up, Mike? To Yankee points. Real quick. Mike. I wanted to see what you thought about him on the, the idea that the Yankees are have seen, but could there be arguing today may be better without staying and not a knock off saying, just because he has so many similar type of headers. Somebody's more contact than could be I don't think so. First of all, the not scoring more runs than they did when stand, it was in the line of scoring fewer runs. They striking out few times, but they're also scoring fewer runs. So they're six in the league and runs scored last year. At this time they was second to the Red Sox who were explosively high, and the Yankees Red Sox, I think will way out in front of everybody else. And none of this six and runs scored so they're not scoring as many runs. But I understand people like the two outside. They liked the twelve single. They like they like that rather than the run, but to compare these guys in the lineup and tell me over a long period of time that a guy who's got a six hundred is going to be a few that guy was a nine hundred PS just doesn't wash. Doesn't work that my second question to you is was all these guys showing up and the whole the whole thing that they're following next man up. And we've, we've had some real. I mean Cashman made some great moves at DVD in lieu. Boy, you think that show is the real deal. I mean what are you sat? I'm starting to think this might be real nice. No. He's a journeyman. I mean he's he's got a very good love. He's, he's a he's a real deal defensively. He's a gold glove level third basement. He's he's not a big hitter. He's just had a nice hunted. Advance. He was a lifetime to two thirty something hitter. He doesn't have any power. He's. He has been so far. So but you know what? It's me small, I'd say, it's made this little dramatic in bay, you know, I mean this, this may dramatic and Yankees toba. And STAN just didn't hit an plus last year in the playoffs. So people got mad at him. Plus the expectations for Stanton. Also wide. Shell played the whole year he'd hit eight homers San had thirty eight last year. Shil if you played the whole year with scores sixty five seventy runs split one hundred and something and left in one hundred. And you thought he had a bad year. He did for him. But the expectations are astronomical. Gary in Staten Island. What's up? Hey, mike. Nice to talk to you. What's happening? Great show. Mike, I'm gonna ask you the same question. Three months. Can you give me an off season? Whether it be three players to free agents gave her a trade or draft pick that you would like to see the Knicks happened to the Knicks. I loved her in. I think Durant, the best player available other than. Lebron? If, if, if the lake is want to trade LeBron amid for anything they want to talk about anything picks the third pick. The next one hundred years of picks anything they want on. And then I'm going to do that, though. But. I think to sit here and name you a couple of guys I can name you five and six matchups, but that doesn't mean it's going to happen. You know, I can I can give you matchups with Leonard. I can give you matchups with Durant. I can give you. They have to mex- contracts. Bring in I can give you all kinds of matchups that I like that doesn't mean they're going to happen, though. And I really think that the people who are talking about Durant eighty percent. Knicks. And I have no clue. I first of all, I don't know Durant. Secondly, I don't know his manager. I have no idea what he's talking what he's thinking about what the idea that you don't consider teams like the clippers with their owner who is one of the more dynamic owners and businessmen in this country and Doc Rivers who I know very well. And who is a very, very magnetic guy and is very good and very charismatic and very good at selling players, there are threat, they are dangerous threat, but I think it starts with Durant. There are combinations. But there are also disappointing combinations that I wanted to think about which here's what I would say about this, though, Gary that I would say is this if on the Knicks, I don't settle if I can get the max guys, and they're the real deal. Meaning they are the quality max players. I make the deal. I don't settle and throw mex- money guys not next players. That is a way to be doomed in the, you know, fight for the eighth seed, that you don't want for the next ten years. You have now the ability to sign two guys says max free agents, you also have the number three pick in the draft. You don't have enough to get Anthony Davis is not going to happen, not gonna trade for that. You don't have a chance to get him. The Celtics have a much better chance to get him. A new. So what I won't do is settle. And give guys who aren't max players max money that I would not do. So if you're competent, polite, listen right song right now for both of song right now. So in. Right. You guys are more likely, though, to head off to LA. I don't whether it be the clip is or the Lakers. I listen, if I will Abhran IB be camping out on Thomson's to us up. He'd be the first player, I want for the Brian. I think he's the first player I want LeBron he is. Absolutely. He hasn't hit the top of his game. He's a great two way player. I think he's one of the best players in the league. And he's perfect for lebrons. He is. Absolutely. Both ends of the floor. Perfect for LeBron. I would camp out at.
"toba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Right to Maureen and main Maureen folks, she's a main person she's actually in Florida. She says it's weird. And she lives in a three percents. She's at a three percents or how much that means. A really nice place, right? Right. Come in del Rey, Boca area. Okay. You know, I have family here, and my brother has been ill for many years in today's sitting here. Some and I came down here, basically. And she doesn't say too much, but I lost my husband four years ago this month mountain, you know, when you get to a certain age and someone dies your spouse, you become ill, your friends are gone. I mean, that's pretty universal. You may want to people may stick around you have to reinvention. Life's again. And so I, you know, my job and did I had for many years I worked in mental health and human services on my life. So I just my son who's in the military in North Carolina. He convinced me to come down and visit people for a month, but this place. I was talking to my sister. She lives in chilmark now, and I was talking to her tonight. And I said this is so weird. I can't believe it so weird how hike? Well. How people it's beyond being in the bubble. The neighborhood I'm in and where in the people I see like in restaurant things they're so entitled and get they seem so unhappy. It's unbelievable. There's people that were homeless. Super-rich development or something right? Well, my family has a resort here. So I'm staying there and. I don't live that way. But so this is like I've gone from, you know, an extreme of working with some of the poorest people in the United States, you know, that population disdain here in my observations. Some of the people things that people do here, the rudeness, the the entitlement the well today, my son, and I get something to eat, and we had brought out to us and the amount we start talking about it's something you have mentioned the amount of plastic. They gave us was over the top. So my I said to my son, I said, I said this people don't care about the environment. I said, it's just unbelievable. And also is very very sexist like out at the pool is a eight year old guy. About I'd say eighty just key shirt said I've met God. She's a blond. But there is this kind of you know, sexist type, you know atmosphere, and it's just everything's over the top, Bradley. You don't seem like you. Nothing is. You don't feel comfortable in that world. Oh, no. But you know, what? I can't I can't deal with the isolation. The ice in the freezing weather and being so alone up there during the month for January. So I decided to do this for one month. Don't. So I bought a notebook today. And I'm going to start writing down my observations. Brought some books to read. I even brought my cat with me. Excellent. My cat with mate. So you could stay down there. If you wanted right forever. I could buy couldn't do it. I think I'd I think I'd lose my mouth of which. You'd have a natural beauty. So you have your notebook. And so please do take notes and call about your observations of Florida. And how weird it is. Well, you know, what's the one of the weirdest things 'cause I live on the outskirts of Bangor. So I live near a wetland. It's not right in in town. And I live on a private road is kind of isolated, but there's no natural beauty. It's you know, man, made in like in Maine, if I feel restless, I can hop them my car, and I can be Blake in an hour and fifteen minutes. Well, I can go to Belfast in all along the way, you can distract yourself, which we all need distractions in like with the beauty around you. And you never get sick of looking at it. Because it's so unbelievably beautiful and you see birds, and I did see the other day. And I was thrilled. They have birds there and lots of colorful fish, and they have beaches. That's natural team real. It doesn't seem real it seems like in the vast amount of wealth is shocking because we do have vast amounts of poverty in this country that I think many people don't realize unless you've worked at people or have the kind of jobs I've had and I have seen things that which Chuck the average person. Right. And then to go to come to this like, I can't seem to get a perspective on it. If you know what I'm saying. If you stay down there long enough, you're gonna start to make friends and that that might. Make change things. I do do you have a house you own up here that you would have to sell. Just a little small house. Yeah. That'd be no problem. Who knows? I mean, you do like that. Would do you know? But you know, it's better than you have people down there, which could be worse. Living in a nice place. You have people down there and nothing's perfect. Yeah. That's my son says, that's what my son says to me. But I said, you know, I said, you know, human beings need out lying time to adjust just something new. But they have natural beauty. Anything is go ahead. Everglades. You can go to. That's naturally. Beauty full. Well, I took a drive down the street today. Because my my son is still here staycationing in and I found a bird sanctuary, and I found another place where you can take what it's a couple of miles away kind of nice. I think that you might like it. After a while. But it certainly it certainly is a very unusual place. Yes. Very congested too. I remember you, and I remember you lived right outside of Bangor Bangor. And I remember asking you the name of the town. I looked it up while we were talking do you? Remember that? I saw where you live. Yeah. Live on the outskirts of town right next to Arnot. And it's you know, it's it's kind of it's not remote or anything. It's just like in the winter main is really tough in January and February. Yeah, Maureen I've checking in I I do need to go. But you keep me up. Okay. I will. All right. Thank you have a good night. You as a now we have a correspondent in Florida to let us know about the day to day in Florida. And how different it is. Jim in Stoughton. Don't. All hi, how are you? Good afternoon. Thank you. You too. Bradley, you bring up a lot of subjects every night. I tied to decide what to talk about. But there's two things you brought up tonight. I kinda wanted to talk about the border wall. Okay. The border wall. I'm kind of against the wall. I'm an actual wall for security. It's too easy to tunnel under or cut the Bob YO, whatever gross flu. But. I'm in a big time of. Legal immigrants, right. That's what made America. Illegal immigrants trying to sneak into America and working not paying taxes, not sending all the money. All I think is very bad. But I don't believe the problem with illegal immigrants is the security at the wall or the board of itself. My I've called you before I called you the first time about Turkish Airlines. Yup. You're going to go to George or think was my mother-in-law is from Turkey. My mother-in-law my son in law. This is from Turkey, and you went to a wedding there. I did. I did. It was awesome. Istanbul. But my daughter-in-law lives in America. She does not have a citizenship. Mar US citizenship, but she's legal in America and everything her mother comes to visit twice a year for mugged. Once in a while once in the winter and. This past October the toba before last. My daughter-in-law had a baby. So I have a granddaughter a grandson. So her mother came to America to visit. And for the birth of the baby and stayed for a few months, quite a few months three or four. I couldn't leave to go back to estan ball dot com. Because she has a grandson dot she wanted to stay with them since she could leave. You didn't watch. Yes. Yes. She couldn't find it. In a hot tweets. She applied for a visa. Where she could stay in America longer. Periods of time. Still travel back and forth. Friends for life is she's she's six years old where life is stable, but she has a daughter grandson here in America. So she wants to travel back and forth and stay a long period of time. She filled out the paperwork for her visa paid. I don't know the exact amount, but it was over five hundred dollars. The paperwork. While the paperwork is being plus south. She could not legally go back to is stable. She had she had to give up her passport. She went to the papal or cushy job. Six months later. No answer. She they called up. They never received the check. My daughter-in-law Wenfu. Check-in found a canceled. Check and said you cash the check on such such a day. Oh, we lost it. We're gonna have to sat all over. Again. What are the cash that? They didn't lose the money. They didn't lose a check. They would they lost the paperwork. Lots of paperwork. This woman had to go back to it's Dan Bill. In the meantime, no, no, she had a choice. She could go back. Lose two thousand dollars. I don't know if it was exactly a thousand dollars. But it was close to that Mussa thousand dollars shot the procedural all over again. Or she could stay here. She had to pay an additional amount. To continue the paperwork. One thousand dollars that the government lost. So as to think, she shouldn't you feel that she should not have to pay extra 'cause it was the government's fault losing the money. Yeah. But that's my point my point is it took seven, she waited seven months. She's it was winter now here in America. She does not have a driver's license or car. Choose going stir. Crazy staying in the house, not knowing any of the neighbors missing her family of friends back home, but she could go back home. She's running low on her piss corruption that education, she could not we sell it. She couldn't do a male male. Thing for some reason. I don't know why. So here, she is with all these dilemmas. Go back to full stop all my paperwork. Stay here longer with no medication. She finally gave up. Gave up the paperwork. Got a passport. Went back is step. Excuse me. Started the procedure again. Yep. Received visa within a month. There you go. Well, that is there a lesson in the story here, or is it just interesting, and it is interesting. It is interesting is it's saddening. I dunno if saddening right word, but the last set is. America needs. I've heard this many times over the years. The court system immigration court system is so backlogged. They cannot process the paperwork. You know, the money instead of going to the wall. Should go toward security, but a lot of it should go towards. The office of the processing of the paperwork fair enough. I I need to run because it got kind of a weird connection. What I really appreciate. Okay. I really appreciate your story. Jim that is interesting is Dan bossy, Jim. He's he's actually got Istanbul for wedding. That must have been awesome. 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Divers search Indonesian lake for 180 missing after sinking
"Trump again suggested bilateral trade deals with mexico and canada instead of a renegotiated nafta canada's public safety minister said he had not heard about trump's latest allegations adding that he has every confidence in canada's border officers he said two and a half billion dollars in trade crosses the border in both directions every day for npr news i'm dan carpenter in toronto authorities in indonesia say up to one hundred eighty people are missing after a ferry capsized on the island of sumatra the ferry went down in lake toba on monday michael sullivan reports at least eighteen people were rescued shortly after the boat foundered but no other survivors have been located lake toba is a popular tourist destination carved out of the crater of a long dormant volcano and it's deep almost fifteen hundred feet in some places authorities say the boat was carrying at least three times as many people as it was licensed to diverse and an underwater drone or being used to search for the boat and the missing michael sullivan reporting the israeli military says it carried out twenty five strikes against targets belonging to the palestinian group moss in gaza israeli officials say that militants have been firing on positions within israel there are no reports of casualties palestinian militants have also been using balloons they're attaching explosive devices were burning rags to them which land and burn crops and forest areas wildlife.
Divers search Indonesian lake for 192 missing after sinking
"And this is morning edition on wnyc we've got seventy one degrees partly sunny skies in new york city it'll be pretty much like this all day long although some more clouds will be rolling in the afternoon goes by we'll have highs today in the lower eighties showers tonight with a slight chance of thunderstorms and lows in the mid sixties mostly sunny for tomorrow we could see a slight chance of a thunderstorm tomorrow morning highs in the lower eighties and if you're looking ahead to friday mostly sunny in the morning mostly cloudy in the afternoon and a little cooler highs only in the upper seventies support for wnyc comes from oscilloscope laboratories presenting a new documentary the king a musical road trip that traces the rise and fall of elvis presley as a metaphor for the country in theaters friday qna's opening weekend with filmmaker eugene iraqi and guests from npr news in washington i'm windsor johnston united states border patrol agents say they're stepping up security efforts as migrants continue to make the dangerous trek from mexico into the us aging can group says preservation of human life is their number one priority these are people and always know the scenario that that person you know their background or anything like that but i mean preservation human life that's always our number one mission more than two thousand migrant children have been separated from their families at the southern border under the trump administration zero tolerance policy that's prompted widespread outrage and calls for president trump to reverse the practice the white house is defending the policy saying it has a duty to prosecute people who illegally crossed the border authorities and indonesia's say up to one hundred eighty people are missing after a ferry accident on the island of sumatra the boat sank in lake toba on monday michael sullivan reports eighteen people were rescued shortly after the boat went down but nonesense lake toba is a popular tourist destination carved out of the crater of a long dormant volcano and it's deep almost fifteen hundred feet in some places authorities say the boat was carrying at least three times as many people as it was licensed to divers and an underwater drone or being used to search for the boat and the missing this is npr news in washington and this is morning edition on wnyc at six twenty good morning i'm kerry nolan we have some delays on the rails to tell you about a new jersey transit is reporting delays on the morris and essex line long island railroads babylon and port jefferson branches are delayed and metro north new haven line has delays governor andrew.
Dozens missing after ferry sinking at Indonesia's Lake Toba
"A commerce ministry statement today describing the us action is blackmail and promising to fight back firmly at the moment the us has announced it is going ahead with the tariffs on fifty billion dollars worth of chinese goods most of those will come into effect in a couple of weeks time china has promised to respond in kind what is more hypothetical if you like is the next step from america this two hundred billion dollars worth of chinese goods which would be unprecedented which would have serious implications for the rest of the global economy united nations refugee agency says the number of people forced from their homes by conflict has risen to a record high for the fifth year running in its annual reports the unhcr's have more than sixty eight million people worldwide who are the refugees asylum seekers who displaced in their own country the u n high commissioner for refugees is filippo grandi the sixty eight point five million that we are reporting today is about people fleeing war persecution and violence some people cannot cross borders so they will be internally displaced but these are people that cannot go back home because if they go back home forcibly they risk their lives the un is trying to encourage a more coordinated response from wealthier countries the technology company ibm has held what is described as the first debates between the confusion humans and attest to the scope of artificial intelligence the computer engaged in exchanges a number of topics which neither side was given prior knowledge of the computer we'd spoke with a female voice had this to say during one of the debates allow me to respond to some of my opponents most recent claims i think that one of the claims made by ms avandia was that people should choose how to spend their money i would like to offer a different view people should spend their hard earned money as they please but society has a duty to provide help to its people in need we'd like the hard workers with low wages the audience decided the contest was a draw the humans have better delivery but project debater offered more substance china has granted more than one hundred million dollars in military aid to cambodia china's defense minister away from her offered the money to be used wherever cambodia deems necessary during a trip to phnom penh china and cambodia have grown closer as cambodia turns away from its traditional ally the united states news from the bbc indonesia and rescue workers are battling stormy weather to try to find survivors from a ferry that sank in sumatra with at least eighty passengers on board emergency crews have already saved eighteen people from rough waters on lake toba the ferry was licensed to carry sixty people but officials say as many as one hundred thirty could have been on board the north korean leader kim jong un is visiting china for the third time this year and answering his rival for two day trip chinese media gave no further details it comes a week after his summit with president trump in singapore earlier south korea confirmed that joint military exercises with the us have been suspended thailand has carried out its first execution in nine years twenty six year old man had been convicted of murder was killed by lethal injection the human rights organization amnesty international called the move deplorable is said the execution put thailand out of step with a global shift away from the death penalty and australian politician is urging the government to legalize crocodile hunting to generate an income for impoverished indigenous communities jerry would who's an mp from australia's northern territory said australia could learn from canada which has legalized polevault hunting to support remote communities film ursa reports polar bears and saltwater crocodiles do have something in.