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Senator Cantwell talks about tribal broadband at confirmation hearing
"This is national native news antonio gonzales the biden administration says it's ordered a pause new oil and gas leasing on public lands does not apply to tribal nations the mountain west news bureaus savannah mar reports the administration issued the clarification after the chairman of the youth indian tribe called the initial. Moratorium direct attack on tribal sovereignty. Stephen fast tourists of the northern arapaho. Business council agreed that would impact all of our guests tribes. Pretty bad it would triple fast. Horror says those tribes rely on oil and gas revenue to pay for social services and unlike state and local governments. They don't have a tax base to back on. The issue is thornier for climate activists. Gold tooth with the nonprofit indigenous environmental network. It's nice to see them. Ministration recognized travel it is disheartening to the tribes. The use that to continue fossil fuel extraction moving forward gold tooth hopes to biden will support tribes in divesting from fossil fuel industry for national native news. I'm savannah mar this week. President biden signed a memorandum on tribal consultation. It directs all executive departments and agencies to engage a regular consultation with tribes agencies. Have ninety days to come up with a plan. Tribal leaders across the country are welcoming the memo in a statement principal chief of the cherokee nation. Chuck hoskin junior applauded. The action hoskins says meaningful consultation is vital to treble governments to have a seat at the table to shape policy and hold the federal government responsible. He says the memorandum is the first comprehensive white house affirmation of mandatory consultation with tribes since two thousand nine the tribal consultation follow directives laid out by the obama administration. President biden says he's committed to honoring tribal sovereignty and including tribal voices and policy and hopes to strengthen the government's relationship with tribes this week washington. Us senator. Maria cantwell address. President biden's nominee for us. Secretary of commerce rhode island governor gina raimondo and talked about tribal broadband. Steve jackson has more. Senator can't will introduce legislation last session. That would accelerate the deployment of broadband services to tribal communities by setting aside fcc and usda funds for deployment on tribal lands at the confirmation hearing for commerce secretary. Can't well made governor raimondo. Aware of the issue and the secretary will inherit a new program as part of the kobe. Bill the tribal broadband connectivity program. It two thousand nineteen report from. Fcc found that less than half of households in indian country have access to high speed broadband services a twenty percent gap from non tribal areas. And so i hope that we will be able to get good administration of that program. The cova pandemic has only increased the problem of limited broadband. Dude at more people working from home as well as distance learning for students for national native news. I'm steve jackson reporting from spokane alaskan native artist and illustrator. Michaela goad was honored by the american library association. This week with the randolph called toco metal. She said to be the first native american to win the award. A member of the central council of lincoln and haida indian tribes go was recognized for most distinguished american picture book for children. We are water protectors. The book written by carol lindstrom turtle mountain honors water protectors for fighting for indigenous rights and environmental justice. Awards were announced during the association's virtual midwinter gathering. I'm antonio
Dortmund's Descent Continues
"Things really on looking so great photo that has been right now. They are slipping down to the table. They're out of the top four. Yon i have to say. Is this turning into something more serious something of a crisis documents. It is absolutely a first of all. It was a great great football game. Six goals to haul on goals very predictable is also predictable. That's dalton at the moment defense. Leaving are terribly sad. To watch is like matsumoto's is a world champion. He can't defend he's going forward. He's doing well he can do is cry trick at the end. But you have to defend and you don't have a goalkeeper bilkees terrible at the moment i'm in the second goalkeeper must think what should i do to get a game heats in this again because that was unbelievable. Three three set-pieces. They conceded just sad to watch them. They fired father. Because i wanted to get closer to buy an i mean. Is there a lucky this week and it could be the eighth position and they say tests which we're going to stay for the season. Well let's see what's going to happen in dolt when there's a crisis on the funniest thing an interesting thing marker also the coach gladbach winning two today great coach. He is the favorite to take over. But i into summer so there have to do something without to moment is at a case of defenders optional defense optional today defending and really in key moments. They go down one. Nothing all right but early how who again was outstanding in that first half in the way that he took his goals the first goal is little dinky over the top finished good movement of the ball the second goal on a resource in terms of knowing where the goal is turns finishes that play and it's two one and his dorm his flying. They feel good about themselves. And now you give up a free gig. Tumbled eighteen yard box and as yang alluded to it. Well larson they'll takes a fricking that should be comparable for burke. Even if he sees the ball late it should become for at least for him to palm the ball away instead. He comes right into a very. Who's right there for a nice little tapping to refine. Okay no problem. Let's see if we can build some momentum going into the second half were never going to build momentum when you allow been so you need to do what he did from the left hand side over eleven he cuts to lane. I'm candy ones. That poor defending julian brian. Kanji now stands on the six year. Box hands in the bag. This okay and he never never concerns himself with actually close in the space down and actually challenge in been to a third goal and from then on england toco for two but overall you just send from brusett norman. Dad did defending is just so disorganized so straight. The games are exciting to watch when doorman place because there is a lot of space. And why is there a lot of space. Because they're this organiz all over the place some people go on and press the ball or the people drop off at times. That team gets gets gets straight and a time when they tried to defend. Never get behind the ball in enough numbers. There is no sense here. When you watch this team play defensively and you could say the same thing for him. Which and god by the way that you have a plan defensively. This is what we're going to do. This is our line of confrontation. We're gonna high present. We have an opportunity to do so. We're going to drop off behind the ball when when we have to do so. They're kind of running all over. And when you just run all over you get exposed and when you get exposed and you have no confidence that windows in have right now you lose
That history should not repeat: Hiroshimas storytellers
"Seventy, five years ago, this week, the B twenty, nine, bomber, Nola gay dropped little boy, the world's first use of an atomic weapon. At Eight fifteen in the morning of August six Japanese time. The first atomic thumb has done enemy talk. It detonated over. Hiroshima immediately killing around one hundred and forty. Thousand People I'm was aimed to explode about zero point. In the city at the junction of. Untold River. Three days later, another stroke sake. As Japan marks the anniversary, it hopes to keep the wartime memories alive using the stories of people who survived the attacks. On all. Holland. But the average age of survivors is now over eighty three. But those. This'll be the last chance to hear from those witnesses during a major anniversary. August sixth nineteen forty five was supposed to be a day off for seventeen year old. Takeo to Toco. No Snyder is the economists Tokyo Bureau chief. She had made plans to meet two girlfriends at eight fifteen owning at a train station on the west side of Shema. She was running late, and then she stepped outside, she saw flash and heard a bang. Which you regained consciousness, she found herself lying thirty meters away a mushroom cloud rising over the city. People with charts skin peeling from their arms rushing over a nearby hillside. Mr K. Ohka left's to look for her mother. and. Found rivers filled with bodies took her six days to locate her mom who is still miraculously alive. Mom lived for another twenty two years. We stuck ohka became a prominent voice amongst the hypocrisy shower, atomic bomb survivors, atomic sufferers. Telling Her story abroad many times in hopes of preventing atomic bombs from ever being used again. I heard this tale from her daughter. He got no. Mario. Who's part of a fascinating unique project underway in both your Sima Nagasaki to help preserve the stories, of Hypoxia, for generations to come to, how does this project work? So there are still some hundred and thirty thousand living. inbox. Amiss. Gone. But their average age is now over eighty three and the number who can tell their stories publicly is declining drastically. Just. You got the fact that could have done this. So the city government's in both fishermen sake have been recruiting scores of volunteers like music Otieno to become what they call dense Shosha or legacies successors. These are essentially memory keepers, people who learned the stories of the hypoxia down to the most gruesome details in order to be able to retell them with power and veracity for years into the future do. So the volunteers in, Hiroshima, have to go through a rather rigorous course, three years of study training discussion with hypoxia before they're allowed to retell the stories in public. Ms Higashi, no is somewhat unusual in that. She inherited own story, most of the Dan Shosha, take on a stranger's burden. And it simply because that's that generation of of survivors passing that the these city governments have started this program. Yeah, it is. It's really reflective of the anxiety that many people in here, C.`mon, Nagasaki and throughout Japan feel about fading wartime memories I'm what will happen. Once this generation firsthand witnesses passes away the city governments and the peace museums. Atomic bomb museums in both cities have been collecting and recording testimony for many years. But this then social program is away, they hope to preserve these memories in living form to retain the emotional impact. The comes from searing these stories from another human being. and. So where does this fit in with the the wider of up the bombing of of the war in Japan? For Japan, the Hiroshima Experience became central to wartime memory and park has some scholars have argued because it allows victim narrative to dominate shifting the focus away from the atrocities Japanese soldiers committed abroad in Asia and the Pacific certainly oaks in China and Korea have bristled at the lack of context that some of the retailing's of the aroma and Nagasaki experiences or trey. and. If you look at Japan today, it's of course, wrestling a new with the legacy of the Second World War and its aftermath in particular the constitution that America imposed on Japan after the war, which renounces war bars Japan from maintaining armed forces. In practice, Japan does maintain a powerful military which it calls the Self Defense Forces and its Prime Minister Obey Shinzo years has hoped to change the constitution to revise the constitution in order to make explicit that Japan's military is constitutional and and perhaps to expand the limits of what they're allowed to do. Curiously, the public still supports maintaining the postwar constitution. So in short pacifism is still deep seated in today's Japan. and. What about the the the effort of auction others to to learn the lessons of the second. World War d? How does nuclear non-proliferation look at this stage from where you are. Well. This is another source for concern. Of course, non-proliferation efforts in recent years have been faltering just this January. The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists. It's doomsday clock. It's subjective measure of our proximity to self-annihilation closer to midnight than anytime since its establishment in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, seven, the hawks are are pleased and take solace in the signing of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in two, thousand, seventeen, it invokes there unacceptable suffering in its preamble and a nod to how the memory of interesting Nagasaki continues to shape non-proliferation efforts globally yet at the same time, no country with nuclear weapons has signed up to that treaty neither has Japan in fact, which shelters under America's nuclear umbrella. And, and how does that sit with Hypoxia at this stage at this anniversary being marked. I spoke with US Akihiko the governor of the prefecture, and he expressed the view that I heard from many others both your seem sake, which was a wish that Japan would use its moral authority as the only victim of atomic weapons to push harder for their abolition. The hypocrisy. Have Long gramps and spoken about abolishing the bomb before the last houses away. Just to make the do. You call. You can. That's unlikely. But the hypocrisy hope that their stories at the very least. Deter the world from ever using his weapons again. Thank you very much for your time. Thank you very much for having me.
Wimbledon Re-Lived 1985
"Hello, everyone and welcome to tennis relived Wimbledon relived day three. We've taken a trip back to nine hundred, seventy, eight and nineteen, eighty and today we're taking a trip back to nineteen eighty five. We are firmly now in the territory of David, laws voiced and cavernous memory I. Don't know if that's a good thing necessarily, but but it's where we are you doing David. I I'm enjoying trip down memory lane, and yeah, it's it's. It's very interesting. Watching scenes from my childhood that I have not watched since and trying to. Find out whether my twelve year old brain. Had any sort of accuracy in its its conclusions. You couldn't quite remember watching the one thousand nine hundred eighty book McEnroe final that we covered yesterday. The you were aware of it in your consciousness. Do you remember watching? Boris Becker Kevin Curren Nine, thousand, nine, hundred five. You remember where you were. Vividly. Are would typically do you remember what your head was like? It was appalling. It was it was probably quite similar to Kevin. Currency if I'm honest. All sort of curly and waffly. So I would have been twelve years of age I just got into the the senior school is as we used to call it and I was just watching Wimbledon back toback hour upon hour, and there was nothing else tennis wise to watch I didn't even know. Existed I was absolutely fascinated after that tournament to try to find. Opportunities to see a tennis match with Boris Becker playing somewhere else. To See. 'cause I couldn't understand how. How does Barsebaeck not win every tennis match that he plays given how hard he hits the ball, I knew nothing of clay coats and hardcourts and things that did as a twelve year old seeing seventeen year old win Wimbledon. Did it did it make you think oh? Crikey, I'd better start achieving some life goals I remember I remember watching the dull when the French Open realizing we the same age and thinking. Catherine! You've achieved nothing in your life. Salt. Out. The way couldn't it could inspire you or it could make you feel like enough to fight. Now on C., no, because twelve to me seventeen was really old, and seventeen was basically a man, and I was such a young child including my age, but I look back at it now, and it does make me shudder to think of what this we having just watched it to watch. This guy who seventeen who physically is easing credible presence, and he's muscular and strong and strapping, but he's got this really young. Young, face, and he you hear him. We've just had him interviewed after the match as well and and it does make me shudder to think my word this on his shoulders, and yet it was also very exciting at the same time. Not your formative Tennessee's will have been spent watching Boris Becker the pundit. Boris Becker the coach. I know obviously you'll have been very aware of know what he achieved in his career, but actually. Watching it back in seeing a seventeen year old Boris Becker wate struck by. Well. It's actually quite difficult to reconcile as you were saying the Boris Becker. I've always known with this Boris Becker. I actually think that this achievement of voice rose Becker winning Wimbledon seventeen oversee I've always been aware of it, but I and in many ways it's. It's become a more extraordinary achievement as time has passed, and as the sport has got kind of older, and it's hard to make those breakthrough so young, but also in a way. It's actually one of those achievements, which is so of its time that if you didn't live through it, it's really quite difficult to understand the impact that it had and the feeling that it gave people, so it's interesting to go back and read about it and walked in here David's memories of it. I mean what I'm struck by is the sense of belonging that he seems to have on that court. He is striding around the coal like he owns the place. He would go on to say that it was his living room. Denise and Toco famously, but and it's like that he's. He's walking with such confidence playing such. Tennis okay, it's one thing to have the game another thing to believe in the game and know that it's a game that you can win, and that just comes through on just as you watch all the match really. I didn't anywhere with confidence when I was seventeen I was just to a crippled bull of angst. And Self Doubt I. Mean I I just can't relate. Assholes, everyone, stop looking at me. Not Looking at you, you think everyone is looking at you any of that. Yeah I think my my mum describe. That is the peculiar phase when you didn't like taping taken.
Maintaining an Attitude of Gratitude
"I'm Janet Lewis and Dr Louis and we are going to bring you an episode today. Say Combo one is Part of it's called maintaining an attitude of gratitude and the other is to teach you about some different immune products that you may not be aware of so during this Little Thai were having at home alone. y'All can maintain your health. Then have a better chance. When this little wave comes through that you will be in a better spot so You know one of its being positive staying emotionally up lifted. The other is actually taking some products to help. Keep your immune system where it needs to be and for all of you out there that have been purchasing recently which there has been tons. Kudos to you trying to maintain your health during this and staying on your programs because this is where it starts really paying off and For those of you who are new to our show. We're going to give you a little bit. Hope here and tell you some quick things you might want to start doing to give yourself a better fighting chance Dr Lewis. Can you help us today? With maintaining an attitude of gratitude and educating us a little bit about some of the supplements that we may not know too much about well. We'll see what we get into. We were listening. You know. Jannine are being oscillated marseils which we're fine with each other. That's really kind of fun to hang with her but We were doing was watching TV Sunday and in the preacher talked about. We listen to several. Preacher talked about Psalms Ninety one and I got the Bible out and I've got all kinds of markers in there including a very beautiful picture of our sweet granddaughter. But there was no marker in Psalms Ninety One. I opened the Bible and it went directly to Psalms Ninety One. Now freaky is that And what that says he is alone. He alone is my refuge. My Place of safety is my God. Not Trusting the verse. Three says he will rescue you from every trap and protect you from deadly disease. He goes on and on and on Yes this is the thing and and when we talk about supplements for immune system health. We're not make any claims about what it can do with Kobe. Nineteen is just if you believe. Your body has Immune system you know one of the best things you can do is to help your immune system help you the CDC actually come out and say that vitamin D might be advantageous for them to actually say that it might be advantageous We thought was a pretty big deal so we thought we might mention Vitamin D. A little bit so I in that kind of the way. The story went unnoticed. Sal Janet so skilfully keeps me from going down rabbit trails. That was really good Yeah it was a former. Cdc chief identifies the possibility curbing some of the corona virus This was a guy from two thousand nine to two thousand seventeen I think. Cdc Director says it's a possibility and they although not proof that vitamin D may strengthen. Immune system noticeably say possibility in May Particularly those that are vitamin D levels are low and then they go on to say that. That's about forty percent of and I say bull on that or I say bacon sandwiches pastor rusty would say although his wife tells him quit saying Bacon Sandwich inappropriate. But we do. Labs on GOBS and gobs of people in their vitamin D if it's highs thirty to forty and these people say but I'm in southern California. I'm on Beach Florida every day. I don't care. Your vitamin D is Low. And it's not even beginning to get adequate in my opinion. Tila hits fifty and above and I'd love to keep mine around eighty ninety but I don't have the gut absorption to do that so I think everybody needs to take it. It needs to be taken with heaven knowing. What's there you know? You need the lab. I think so. it Well in the other part of that is Because a lot of our probably written down to their local health food store by some vitamin D Are they all created equal? I mean do. They absorb the same way. Well you know. That's a good question Tucson Arizona. This Jack Speer Coast Survival podcast. One time and he has about quarter million listeners. Night they'd come on become you know patients and want me to help him. God Amon nightside while I'm taking five or ten thousand. Many of them said fiber ten thousand units a day. I'll say well it's not working finally got tired of hearing it and I did the statistics on it. Ninety three percent of everybody taken five thousand. I use a day or more was not working. And that's because they weren't getting the pharmaceutical type grade or why high is that? Oh I don't know a lot of supplements out there like you're crazy ex wife but well and and that's why we do the one with the K. as well right for people that have an absorption problem. Because I think there's more going on than just taking a vitamin D or zinc and isn't there. I mean yeah it. It really is the day mobilizes the calcium and then the K- helps shunt it back where it should be. Which is out of your coronary arteries out of your joints and it should be back into the brain and not into your kidneys. Mike and Kidney Stones so yeah I I I start with the D Three K. Two and a good ratio that Yeah this article. Further goes on to say Vitamin D supplementation reduces the risk of respiratory infection regulate side. O'connor cytokine production and can can limit the risk of other viruses such as influenza soap. Remember the words King. Remember that I I WANNA get into it lighter I hope because when you get a respiratory infection or many other. Saadane storms it. It becomes a kind of a vicious cycle. And it's a good thing but too much of it is not a good thing and I made a note here if I can find it Cytokines well-known chemical associated with inflammation has been oscillated in patients with all forms of coladas now. So we went from respiratory Toco Ladas. I'm not saying you have your head up your that comes from a journal of Perennial Interior nutrition and it also goes on these notes. I said toxic intestinal bacteria can produce interleukins another form of inflammatory chemicals and it comes from Journalism -nology journal free radical biology so these so-called cytokines storms can get to be really serious serious thing not just with your respiratory system. Although that's what's getting most of the attention now. So it's anytime you have inflammation inflammation good thing. That's protective your body's trying to protect you but it can get to be too much and get to be a vicious cycle so the cytokines are inflammatory proteins and it helps attack the so called germ or bacteria or virus but it can do so much. That actually hurts the body. At least in Mobility weight-loss eroding muscle tissues and power defined disease in itself and. I think that's one of the big things with people that have fibromyalgia thinks like that. You know super chronic pain syndromes in and this is almost always caused by a virus or bacteria according to most of the notes operate so wonder about he at chronic. What to do about it. Well you have to have a good week. Vitamin complex and like Janet said. They're not all signed. They're really not there's Things that the some of the higher ups are talking about vitamin C. whether it's orally or or the Pro Neolithic enzymes. That's pretty seriously Important and I hope I get to some other notes. We talk about bow films and Protease Enzymes. Zinc men are some. Oh my God good research about Q. And we use Kyushu with online. Because it has a synergistic effect and has the probiotic enzymes. That makes it work better within itself
Quarantine GP Review
"China's in the last couple of weeks we had the trailing curl pray. We then had the canceled postponed in the end. The Bahrain growing praise just when he thought the bar and Grill impre. We wouldn't have to sit through it. I think there were a bad literally three or four different visions all right most of rice in the digital world at some point. I have an aunt in rally on Monday morning. It's incredible because we obviously deciding what to do for this podcast. You might have noticed. This not really eighty four. This time. We thought we'd go and have a look at what happened in the racing world overnight. I did say one of the many Bahrain Grand Prix but I didn't realize to looking it up. How bloody many of these things? They were overnight. Candidate isn't there. Some kind of is this because of competition law like what's GonNa do. We have to have five different ones. Have One this is why they just be one. Formula One and INDYCAR and champ schism that American open wheel racing had prove. It just doesn't work. We just need one dictator shifts to rule all of the one of the one. And that's it. So this is what's happened. We've had three unsanctioned run divisions of the Byron Parade ever on trying to put the writing sponsors on their own cars and this is like wealthy with cricket. Seriously these exactly what it's like except somehow the only common thread. He's lander Doris who's either all of them. Except when he's Internet connections not working. He's on the post of rolling on the media for all of them. Somehow I say somehow he's managed to compete in older rises. I only had to stay. Home and asks the organizers to not have them clash so I guess it's actually very achievable also Nicholas. Latifi was in all of them as well as far as I can tell and also Nico convert. Actually he's on the postal one of them but I can't tell if he actually competed in it. It's a bit confused. Yeah well for all we know could have been just the Landau Norris. At one point in the form of the one vision wasn't physically can pay the Digital Ladda. Toco away presumably. He must've piked the former. Do something else on. Twitch could do more than one strain but you know. This is linear and scary. Well that we would leave
Is Mbappe joining Real Madrid?
"A lot of talk about the future Kilian Mbappe a heavily linked once again to Real Madrid. Two main question. Suppose do they want him and coming. They afford him yes they want him yes they believe they can find a way to afford him. The Ramage's position on this in a way has been cleared for very long time. They want to try and create the conditions in which they can make this happen. That obviously involves the Playa. Doing his part on a force out involves draw trying to drive the price down and and they know of course in the shape of parts that they have incredibly difficult advisories. They have an advisory he can decide. The money doesn't matter so this is where the doubts life around Judy's he's about getting him out of Japan because I also believe it's possible that there is a risk that it's not just about the price is about the willingness to sell a any price of if that happens of course they were then have to wait into a point at which the regulations mean the price is set on their behalf. How key in? This is also will the Dan so everything goes wrong for round the next few months Saddam leaves. How much of a play in this to get emba- pay to Madrid? I think he's emotionally a very important player I think he's important in terms of the way the MVP sees it. I think important from Madrid's point of view because he's seen as a link to combat pay impart. That's this is a genuine I think imparts lazy from from everybody's point the what he's French he must be close and so on but there is truth in that that said this goes well beyond that it's strategic I think both from Ramage's point view and while oversee from a from a Spanish perspective. I know this robin less. But reading between the lines appears to be very clear that this is part of Mbappe as long term strategy even if Saddam wasn't there do you think what we're seeing at the moment is patroness start to create something because we've seen the fighting with Toco not once but twice on the touchline when he's been substituted. I don't think he's trying to create something to so that you have the pathway to go to rail Marie and you create a tense environment. I think he's doing it because he doesn't care for Thomas Sue right. I don't think the two do things are connected independent of each other. He's saying I don't respect this manager. I don't respect this guy and a byproduct of that. What is opening a door to remedy it so but I don't I don't see the connection between the two? You know getting substituted used to be a human humiliating experience billions. It used to be as pleasant gotten a lot of software. No it's just a click road but you know what the bottom line is. The best players the biggest players the biggest biggest names they want and be on the field and they won't school. Go on Palliative while you. I'm just looking you already know now. Now's not listened. There's a reason. Poppy is where he is in football today at such a young age he has a huge drive. He's got an EGO. He wants to score goals. He don't want to get shocked to children. We don't we don't see though that age we didn't see that sort of attitude. You saw Aja arguing clearly on the touchline. I don't remember cheat point no good. Aw humiliated now.
The Birth of Chyavana
"The Great Rishi Brig was matted to Paloma these spend their time together devoted to each other. After some time she became pregnant. One day breath who had gone out of his home ditch for some from work. And his wife Luma was alone noxious also named Boma came to visit the wife welcomes deduction and offered him food. The doctor saw this beautiful flu leading and decided to carry whore to his bizarre kisa observed that the sacrificial file was burning wounding bright in one corner of the Armitage addressed agony and said it is said and that Albany you are the witness for all old sent promises enemy. Is it not blue. ooh That my name see this beautiful bow. Lama was engaged to me by father when she was a child and has not big stolen her away from me unlawfully. Will it not be justified in getting her back. Even by force speak dot true now. UGLY WAS NOT DILEMMA. He field both directions are and the Great Rashid. Brigham so he'd immune silent the rocks yourself repeated his question. So I'll give me finally said noxious all bowl them all disorderly through the you originally originally engaged to Paul however you will not matter to her. She has mattered the siege Pigou and is his wife. You have no light overhaul. The doctor saw was very angry. With what Agni he said and so he assumed the form of a giant board and in a single leap landed near the Rashid's wife. You've he then pulled her by force on his back and began caddying for to his whole started crying. The deals that flowed from her is formed the liberal but Assad on the child of Brig wasn't Palomas is wound was very angry with this as the rocks. Oh was still running in speed frightened. Follow fell on the the ground and delivered a baby the baby delivered from his mother's womb. Sean like that of a sun and the baby that was delivered from his mother's womb shone like the sun. The child is he's known by the name shower which means fallen from womb when deductions are saw the brilliant self the baby he was started and left Boma the next instant the rock she saw fell on the ground and was born to ashes. ballo Ma Toco baby in Harems and began her journey home when she she reached the hermitage siege was back anxiously waiting for her. When he saw hull reduce I said how did the rock she saw dare to carry you away? Who told your identity to that demon? The sacrificial fire Albany told my identity to that rock she saw it was only lead to the power of a Berlin son Charleena Cook. I was rescued. Siege Brigade became very angry with me and ghost list. He said while Guinea since you have betrayed us. I 'cause that people will put talk foul Ting's along with the good things in the file. Healing Discourse Albany appeared there and said Goudie. What you have said is not room? I am the witness for all things that happen in this world. I cannot lie even to say my life when the doctor saw ost me about his engagement. With your wife Paloma I. I had to tell the truth. I knew that your wife Boma was originally engaged by her father to the Rock Shis up all Numa so could not lie or denied. The fact I can also see with redone but I shall not do so. I hold all Brahmins in high respect I am the life force behind creation. I can multiply myself in instant. My presence is essential for all rituals without my presence. The world will stop and I'm the chief among priests on the medium of the sacrifice. How can I? Who is the link between Gods and men then become an eater of all ting's clean and unclean but he was still angry and refused the draw his curse Ogoni became annoyed and decided to withdraw himself from the world? He did not appear in the ritual of sacrificial file gnawed in house or five which involved cooking and and lighting at home the world began to suffer. Men could not do anything without file. The the thieves also began to weaken for the dependent on the worship of men and needed a me to carry holum. mm-hmm ingred distress. All of them went to Brahma the Lord of creation for him Lord hung called Agony and said ugly greed. Is Your Powell like me. You are immortal mortar. You are the Creator. You are the destroyer you resolve this world. You are the Lord and Master of all ceremonies and sacrifices. It does not look good that you sulk and stop all the ceremonies in the three worlds. The Dave's are weakening without the heaven. That only you can bring them. Oh please do not sulk. I'll need applied. I have been coast by sage. Brigham mm-hmm that. I will eat unclean things from now on. This is an insult to me who is very pure. It has been caused us due to no fault of mine. I have resolved to never eat anything again. And thus escaped from the coast. Brahma said I shall grant the Boon to you that you shall always be your no who matter how one clean the food. That is awful to you one so it comes in contact with you. It shall
Races of the Year: True Valour Emerges Victorious in City of Hope Mile
"Better way to start art than with a horse blanket. Finish the kind you see so often on the grass this mile trip on the Senate Anita Lawn and early. October had Breeders Cup up implications for this class. The winner hadn't raced since February eight months earlier and so he was dismissed at sixteen to one by Dryden Van N.. Dyke Save the horses energy in the city of hope mile and he lived up to his name as he got the job. Done through dollar racing on the inside of on-deck should the far turn. synchrony awaiting racing room has seven to make up in the blue cap catapult is outside of him. Then it's Ohio. Big Score tried ride a rally on the outside of river buoyed up quarter mile to go and kingly has been there every step of the way chased by restraint vengeance. They're still one to prince. Earliest analysts. Breathe like stock and starting to finish with some momentum synchrony at the rail catapult extreme outside and true valour sixteenth Toco. His prince between heart set the far outside their comes true dollars searching. Here's a live photo goes true valour upset in the city of hope mile in a wild scramble. The finish
UK politics in chaos.
"Coming up on the news a opposition MP's rage at Boris Johnson after he suspends Parliament US National Security Adviser John Bolton is fired and diesel cars emit more air pollution on hot days. It's Tuesday September Tan. I'm Anthony Davis opposition. Politicians rage to the Prime Minister Boris Johnson's five weeks suspension of parliament before the deadline for brexit which drew angry and unprecedented protests in the House of Commons outside it and even across Europe parliament has been prorogued all suspended at the government's request until October fourteen addressed it move that gives Johnson arrest bite from rebellious lawmakers as he plots his next move and tries to lead Britain out of the European Union by October thirty first opposition. MP's chanted shame on you and held up signs reading silenced as Parliament was formerly shut down in the early hours of this morning as legislators implored House of Commons Speaker John Berko not to comply. He expressed his displeasure saying this is not a standard or normal almost prorogation. It's one of the longest for decades and it represents an act of executive. Fiat Berko said the suspension came off to MP's MP's inflicted a series of defeat some Boris Johnson's Brexit plans they also demanded the government released by Wednesday emails and text messages among aides aides and officials relating to suspending parliaments and planning for Brexit amid allegations that the suspension is being used to circumvent democracy opposition dishes Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn accused Johnson of seeking to crash out of the E U and seek a one sided trade deal with the United States that would damage Britain and a no deal brexit is really trump. Deal Brexit Corbin told a union conference. No one can trust the word of a prime minister who is threatening to break break the law of force through a no deal Boris Johnson has acknowledged that a no deal brexit would be a failure of statecraft for which he would be partially to blame and he said he believed a deal could be struck by October eighteen when leaders of old twenty-eight. EU countries hold a summit in Brussels some MP's continuing doing to meet and debate parliamentary business informally as they feel now more than ever parliament should be sitting Donald Trump has fired. He's National Security Adviser John Bolton Lifelong proponent of American hard power off two months of division between the men over the direction of foreign and National Security Policy Trump announced the news earlier in a post on twitter Bolton tune was trump's third national security adviser and continue the pattern of departures by advisers who proved a bad fits for a White House leads by the president with no prior experience with the military national security or elected office Bolton's aggressive positions on Venezuela North Korea and Afghanistan clashed with the comparative reluctance of his boss to entertain new confrontations and wind down some old ones Baltin meanwhile communicated hatred in old school terms to leaders in Caracas Pyongyang and Tehran with threats about direct action from the US military and Bolton was was also said to have been a crucial force in torpedoing an agreement between trump a North Korean dictator. Kim Jon earn angry North Korean officials later Toco Bolton dim cited the some of positions like these and others was a national security adviser with a view about American strategic ways means and goals at stock odds with that of the president tensions eventually reached the point at which Bolton reportedly was excluded from meetings about about the war in Afghanistan these kinds of differences between trump and Bolton eventually spun the two men too far apart emissions from diesel cars even knew and supposedly cleaner models increase on hot days a new study has found raising questions over how cities suffering from air pollution can deal with urban heat islands and the climate crisis research in Paris by the real urban emissions initiative found that diesel car emissions of Nitrogen Oxides rose by twenty to thirty percent went when temperatures dropped thirty degrees centigrade a common event this summer emissions from a range of vehicles found to be many times higher than those declared by manufacturers in laboratory tests confirming earlier findings following the Twenty fifteen diesel gates scandal in which Volkswagen cars were found to emit forty times more nitrogen oxides on the road than during the Bartram Tests Call Obese Dismiss residents complaints about asthma and allergies as anecdotal title evidence and contest city halls measures to discourage car use in the city center. 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"toco" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Everybody say you fit. Me, said Toco. The phone always fool. Ain't nothing new now. Now he crazy. I know what you're taking wrapping. I know what you're drinking. Rap singer Chamberlain Hal, the next chick soon. You play. About this. Sad closed. Just. Speaking stupi spo-. And you thought he was cute before look at this peak hotel me. He's broke. Still. Mike, mike. And a no way they would all that ruby. Point seven kiss. FM L A's hit music station. Wait. What? Did you give yourself that name? Or did your mom? Backwoods your mom from the name you gauge. If back. Hey, man. You know what I got more compliment? No. It's a great name. It's good. Good good. Good. But farmers insurance, we know a roof can.
Persona 5 S Revealed
"Five the Royal will hit PS four this year with new content and he new phantom. Thief comes to us from poly gone. Atlas will release a new and expanded version of the role playing game persona five titled persona five colon the Royal places in four in Japan on October thirty first the game will come to North America and other regions sometime in twenty twenty according to his US arm. That's a leading edge. List this house like an arm. That's just like making announcements. Yes, I would have said branch personally, but you know, arm works so persona five the hill at a number of features to the game, including new phantom thief, named Kasumi Yoshi doa, I believe that a new confidante names Toco motive who works as a counselor at the academy and a new location to explore kitschy Joji. Nailing it nailing it left. And right. The game. We'll touch on the students third semester at school. So then that's that's a new semester, right? Theoretically, adding adding more time, it's not let me let me keep reading Sorry. this. Excited. Teaser trailer posted to atlas Japanese-language YouTube channel, we get a look at these new game elements as well as others a new dating location, which isn't a new bar players can enjoy games like pool and darts. There's also new animation and a peak at new characters in action.
Facebook, Google Faces Heat in New U.K. Policy
"And Facebook, Google and your regular big tech suspects are in the crosshairs of new UK policy to control tech giant's how big a deal is this and how will your social media and search sensibilities be impacted finding out after these tech headlines. Amazon wants you to use Alexa to track healthcare, if you wouldn't mind the artificial intelligence assistant of the masses is ready to track consumers prescriptions and relay personal health information as the company bids to insert smart speakers into Everyday Health care at least five companies including insurer. Cigna have developed new Alexa features for consumers using the federal protocol. The futures let Alexa perform tasks such as scheduling, urgent care appointments tracking. When drugs are shipped checking health insurance, benefits or reading blood pressure results. Read more about the latest at wsJcom or the WFAN. Great hill partners agreed to acquire Gizmodo media group acquiring his Moto from Univision ends, these Spanish language broadcasters foray into English language. Digital media James span feller, the former chief executive of Forbes dot com will become the CEO of geo media Inc. A new company created from the assets. Gizmodo media group includes sites such as Gizmodo the onion, jazz, Abell, deadspin and life hacker. So the question you've been asking for months, maybe years what's been lacking? At Google cloud hint. It's a species you'll find in the mirror. It's humans humans, but the new head of Google's cloud business. Thomas Curien aims to end this Google shortcoming. He says to few people cater to enterprise customers. So he simplified contracts for different types of businesses that's opposed to a one size fits all pricing. And he's also moved to move more predictable pricing. And according to the journal, clawing bigger piece of the cloud is crucial for Google to diversify beyond online advertising coming up. London's proposal for a new social media regulator is one of the broadest yet in a larger movement by countries to assert control over tech giant's breaking it all down after this support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Deloitte, a global leader in digital transformation helping clients apply. Technologies like cloud an AI. To their unique business challenges Deloitte, Kat com slash look again. The UK government plans to create a new regulatory body to force the removal of harmful content from the internet one of the most far-reaching legislative proposals from a host of countries. Trying to put a tighter leash on global tech companies. The Wall Street Journal's Kim Gittleson gets more on the story from parmi Olson in our London bureau said talk to me a little bit about your story. What is it that the UK government is proposing and how different is it from other regulations we've seen it's definitely quite bold compared to other regulations that have come out that are similar to this right now. This is just a policy proposal that the government has announced essentially, they are saying that big technology companies hosts social media sites, I Facebook, an alphabet Google should take what they call reasonable and proportionate action on all sorts of potentially harmful content that ends up on their sites. Whether that's. Violent content cyber bullying or disinformation. What we still don't know is actually how they're going to enforce that. How are they going to basically measure success? Like, how do they know? For example, how many videos extremists videos Facebook is taken down in one day. They're kind of relying on Facebook to tell them that information because the only people in the world that no that is Facebook. I mean, how does this compare to other regulations say put on place by these companies? I know it's a new era, and there aren't that many in place? But does this go one step further? We'll there definitely moves afoot from what we've heard in other parts of the world, Germany, France. There seems to be a lot happening in Europe in terms of trying to regulate big tech more. So than in the US, which is kind of ironic, you kind of look to disallow Convalle e is the place where the innovation happens. And then Europe is where they keep it all in check you could say from what we've seen. It does seem like this is. Is the kind of most rigorous and robust attempt actually putting in paper ideas and rules for regulating Toco technology companies in this way, again, it's not to do with data privacy, but just on the content like harmful content. How do you regulate that? And this seems to be the most substantial set of rules that we've seen so far, and why is the British government doing this right now? Surely there other things that British politicians might be paying attention to Brexit comes to mind, why this time in April are they paying attention to this issue. Well, there's been a consultation going for quite some time from what I've heard from speaking to people in the tech industry here for months and months is actually surprisingly enough people who work in the tech industry here. Really like what's happening? They're very impressed with the way the government has the civil service has gone about actually asking questions to the tech industry. I'm sure the same will not be said in Silicon Valley. I'm sure Facebook and Google Twitter. The folks are scratching their heads at this like how on earth are they going to pull this off? What has been the response from Silicon Valley? What is in the fonts from Facebook alphabets Google? It's just been very polite. I don't think anyone really from either of those companies want to go on the record and say, this is like really you expect politicians to regulate something as complicated, as you know, content moderation, which is not only done by humans, and we know tens of thousands of people around the world are helping moderate harmful content, but super complex metrics are used for that artificial intelligence machine learning tools. I mean, it's extremely complicated. I'm would not surprise me. If these companies behind the scenes are actually extremely skeptical of what the government is trying to do. And and don't think particularly highly of it in their comments to us though. They're extremely polite about it. So what happens next the UK is introduced this idea. Where does it go from here? Well, we've been told that they're working on turning it into legislation. So that's going to be quite a few number of weeks out. I'm sure probably months, and then they'll table that. And in the meantime, the minister at least one of the ministers from the what we call the department for culture, media and sport here who was behind this proposal. Jeremy Wright has said that he will be visiting the United States later this year he wants to showcase his proposals. And I suppose hope that the US will use it as a template and other countries as well. How realistic do you think that is will other countries pay attention to this? Well, I think it'd be easy to just dismiss it and say why would anyone pay attention to this? But there's a lot of momentum around regulating or answering the problem of harmful content on social media p people feel that something should be done about it. And when you ask whether tech companies are policing themselves properly. I think a lot of people would say the answer to. That is no more needs to be done. So I would not rule out the possibility that other governments will actually look to the UK and how successful or unsuccessful this country is pulling this off parmi Elson. Thank you so much for speaking. With me.
"toco" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Yeah, it sounds to me. And he said you have with all Aji worked out for this movie. Sounds to be that this is something that you might want to explore a little bit further. I don't know. Okay. I don't know. I mean, the right right now, I'm not like I'm not trying to plan. You know, I leave it open. So that when universal comes to me and says, we'll give you one hundred million dollars to. I can jump in there. But I've got I've got a bunch of stories to tell one hundred million. It would take one hundred million dollars this market right now. That's what it would be. No. Honestly, I it. The the the beauty of of this movie in terms of where your magic nation can go is that there are it's it's fairly endless. Yeah. I mean, the I will happen to that human China. What do they do when they break hands and exist in what's left of the world? I mean, that's it's a it's a it's a big. It's a big story. And I think there's a lot of different ways to approach continuing in this universe that. Very least fun in my computer. Well, if you need if you to Kickstarter ten ten dollars. American. Fifteen. All right. You got. Never get. I'd like to talk about the Castro rendition of five on it pointed you realize that was going to. You know, the in the initial script it was Toco skis potted due at the end of the nutcracker. Okay. Would have been the music that Adelaide was dancing to dance to teen. And we put that in the first cut, and it it wasn't a working. Don't really. Yeah. It. I mean to me as of you're it, it felt sort of old school little a little bit pretentious. Even like, I'm really like. Listen to check hausky on a regular basis. And I'm like, oh, yeah. Try this piece of music class this class. So, you know, then I I've always thought that I got five on it had this haunting, you know. This is why we use the track in the first place had this on thing lick to whatever you call it. The the new gay Angela Beldiman days score for street at the same time as being a total just banger. You know? So that the right. Use of banger has very bright. It's totally fine. I will allow it. Okay. The and so, yeah, the, you know, the idea came to, you know, have have Michael sort of go off in his live str strings and of deconstruct that song minutes left. I want to get into. I guess movies. Big twist, which is the reveal that Adelaide is red and red is an late. And there was a switch at the beginning of the movie, you talk about that where that idea came from and misdirecting audiences because again is something that you set up. There's a there's a couple of shots early on of young Adelaide post objection where her parents, go into the therapist, and as a seed planted there, and then you misdirect people again away from it bring it back right at the end. You know, this this movie's about maybe the maybe the monster is you it's about us kind of looking at ourselves as individuals, and as a group, and you know, the the protagonist in a movie is the is the surrogate for the audience, so it it felt like at the end of the day..
Alberta government imposes oil production cuts for province
"By the quotas, essentially agreed by Qatar Qatar is not committed to opaque agreements off to exiting the cartel that all according to catcalls oil minister, the Canadian province of a batter. Meanwhile, has ordered unprecedented cuts and all production to ease a growing crisis in the national energy sector. The plan will lower output of crude by three hundred and twenty five thousand barrels a day to draw down excess inventory. Canadian producers have been hammered by record low prices brought on by surging output, and the oil sands prices were at one point fifty dollars lower than US greats. Let's talk a little bit more about these markets and how they're being shaped by the all story this morning as well. As by the trade story, Bloomberg editor Toco Yamazaki joins us now tobacco. Great to have you on. So how are markets taking this trade? Truce from your perspective. Good morning, so summing it very simply the reaction seems to range from a bit of hope see professionally positive, but still work in progress. We're seeing some greens as you pointed out in Asia, and that's heading into European trading. But there are hints of skepticism from quite a number of sources we spark smoke into. They're saying that we've yet to see how off all this trade war will unfold. One of them was telling us that the China effectively bought time as a slowdown seen recently in their economy. Then they can't really afford to have a head to head conflict. This time around us the outcome. We saw and another was telling us basically saying that the US one eight two two against China. And that's because they managed to convince China to bring about structure economic changes by giving them sometimes on the terrace front, right? Yes. To some extent, I suppose. Something was in there for everyone. When it comes to this trade arrangement between the US and China. Let's also look a little bit more specifically at emerging market assets to mocha we're seeing both EM shares as well as currencies riding today. What do you think is going to be a big focus now four EM now that the Trump she meeting is out of the way? Right. So the big international event post, you twenty to focus that traders are telling us was the OPEC meeting on this Thursday and the deal between that you just mentioned between Russia and Saudi actually opens the door for a deal with the at the meeting and Vienna to discuss output cuts do take note that oil prices in November had suffered the largest monthly drop since the global financial crisis in two thousand eight so this could be a much closely watched event and also you mentioned about Qatar. Now, we're not seeing much of a retracing though, prices per is symbolic for OPEC that one of the. Members that have been there since the nine hundred sixty s are leaving. But in terms of producing seems like they account for less than two percent. So the direct impact may not be that big. Yeah. Absolutely. The country is the eleventh biggest oil producer within OPEC at about six hundred ten thousand barrels a day in October. So perhaps a major all pretty more of a gas producer. Thanks so much Taku Yamazaki for joining us this morning in for real time market, commentary and analysis. Check out markets live. That's M L I V on your Bloomberg terminal now in some more results from the g twenty or some more headlines rather from the twenty South Africa's finance minister says that the government is prioritizing regaining an investment grade rating on its debt as part of its plans to revive the country's stagnant economy. Speaking exclusively to Bloomberg inborn, Azzaro, Tito mobile weenie, says South Africa is focused on lowering debt and showing. Restraint in fiscal support for state owned companies prior to number one and number one because we have to get out of the statues that were in back to appropriate investment grabbing. And while did this change will not happen because we simply wanted to be the case the change will happen because of the things that we need to do. So that was South Africa's finance Minister Tito Mboweni now when it comes to Brexit this morning. The Prime Minister Theresa may is fighting in other grueling battle this week as members of parliament Sinclar teeth into her Brexit deal out of next week's crucial vote. Bloomberg's David Goodman reports on Monday politicians on both sides of the pressure might justify disagreed with the European Union by the government's ten legal advice and opinion, cold. Meanwhile, the opposition labor party feather a next week's key con intrigue. Oh signal propose a motion to bring down the government as is widely expected the prime minister's times in London, David Goodman, daybreak Europe. Meanwhile, the EU is also turning up the heat on Italy demanding of the populist government lowered budget deficit target from the state of two point four percent to below two percent, lower Republica, the Italian newspaper says Brussels want spending cuts of at least five billion dollars to potential sanctions for breaching E U budget rules. The Italian parliament will debate the proposed budget on Wednesday. But a look at our top stories when it comes to finance and business. Let's get some more headlines from around the world. Here's Bloomberg's Leon guarantee. Good morning. Good morning, Markus in France. President Macron is ordering his prime minister to hold talks with political leaders and demonstrators the yellow vests movement. This comes after another weekend of protests in Peres Burg's, Greg. This Cousy reports the president returned Sunday to inspect the. The damage and hold an emergency cabinet meeting afterwards, indicating is open to dialogue with the so called yellow vests who opposes tax and environmental policies, but the yellow vest movement is totally new phenomenon France, and so far hasn't been able to produce any leadership and its demands keep growing in Paris, Gregory gerski, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Andrius man will Lopez operator was inaugurated as Mexico's president on Saturday. Bloomberg's Erik Martin says he's beginning to outline his vision for the country in his speech in the lower house of congress. He delivered a blistering attack on the energy industry overhaul passed under his predecessor investors are now looking to see which side of Lopez over or emerges as leader of the nation in Mexico City. Eric Martin, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's legal troubles are just getting was piece recommending that. The Israeli leader stand trial for bribery in a third corruption case from Tel Aviv bugs Jonathan I a reports this one. Involves allegedly trading favors with the chairman of Israel's biggest telecom company who says he's innocent and accuses police of conducting a witch hunt in Tel Aviv Jonathan Bloomberg daybreak Europe. And South Korean president moon. Jae-in has arrived in New Zealand straight from Argentina, we where he attended the g twenty summit, Bloomberg's Tracy. With us says talks are also expected to include North Korea. New Zealand Prime Minister, just send early Tuesday and is expected to update here on caused improve the World Trade Organization and on the truce in the US China trade war is New Zealand's fifth biggest trading partner and the to sign a free trade pact in two thousand fifteen in Wellington, Tracy with us. Winberg daybreak Europe cable news twenty four hours a day
Why Market Cap Is Important
"Okay. So let's talk about this dick Yetlis metric. Emily as a as the sort of like, you know, sensible person around this table didn't prepare for this conversation. We were having it ready. But this is exactly why you perfectly placed onto this. Why do any normal people care about market capitalization? Like, why is this a metric that, you know, the press and even the Huffington Post will write about on a regular basis. What is it about market cap? That captures the immagination of people slightly only financial jog in the metric term thing that people seem to care about. Okay. Well, setting aside that you've just set me up like the village idiot over here. I'm going to explain that people like to they like recognizable brand. So we would only cover like market cap gets really big. If it's a company you've heard of everyone's heard of apple everyone is apple products in their pocket or their purse. So they care about apple and how much it's worth and all that kind of stuff. It's like a person brands are like people to people and market cap is kind of like an easy thing to wrap your head around. This company's worth this amount of money, and this company that you've maybe hate is worth this amount of money. It's like a racer like a football score something in general higher is better. I mean, isn't that how money works you guys? I don't know you tell me like. Yeah. Higher is better. Hi, cap something which which like high was better. Because I really didn't think is it depends on it depends on what you mean by that like for the company for the like. Like investors is clearly not. I mean, what we what we have right now that the news here is the Microsoft or may not at some point around. Now be overtaking apple in market cap and become the most valuable company. This is interesting because Microsoft was supposed to kind of like a dead tech firm apple supposed to be the cool tech firms. So it's almost has like the the whiff of like an underdog or a comeback story and Really reasonable number. hasn't had a high market cap than apple since basically, the iphone Toco? Yeah. Exactly. But the way also another company, which is rising up the market cap league tables is good old-fashioned Cisco, you know, which they remember them. The people hate the sorry. One more thing. People are in this place right now, where we hate all these newfangled technology, Kate we gave Facebook. Now, we hate Twitter now right week for some reason probably hate apple to they're all bunched together. So it's kind of fun since everyone's hating on those companies to go back and be like remember, the good old days when these other tech companies were running staff, but I think that this is actually important because I think part of the reason that Microsoft is doing as well as it is part is because they focused on enterprise solutions like they're focusing on those kind of boring business side. Okay. This is this is late money. We don't use the phrase into price on slate money. I'm sorry. That's just not something we do. But no, okay. First of all. I'm not gonna let you get away with with that, what is an enterprise solution. They're focusing on cloud computing on servers. You didn't understand any of those about the cloud? It's the cloud companies don't have to have their own server, Microsoft, three sixty five being like through the internet. I mean, this is where Microsoft is cloud computing is pretty much what they have okay stake, everything on that AI. Okay..
Report: Saudi investigators worked to remove evidence
"Do. So a newspaper close to Turkey's government claims that a team from Saudi Arabia sent to help. Turkish authorities investigate the killing of journalist Jamal cash Shoghi worked instead to remove evidence of the slaying. The paper says an eleven member team of Saudi investigators at arrived in Turkey nine days after Toco kashogi. Wade was killed included a chemical expert and a toxicology expert th report says Khashoggi's body was dismembered and removed from the Saudi consulate in
"toco" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Toco, this is democracy now. Any woman. Here's the story. This is not an unusual or uncommon story that when they were younger some young boy some young man decided that they had the right to throw them down to try to take their clothes off. And. And I think that I hope that in this year of metoo that we've come far enough now to take this very very seriously today. Oscar winning filmmaker Michael Moore on Dr Christine Blasi pours allegations that supreme court Justice nominee Brett Cavanaugh attempted to rape her as a teenager. She wants the FBI to investigate her planes before she testifies to the Senate Moore's new film Fahrenheit eleven nine about President Trump and much more. It's out this week. We'll also discuss Kavanagh's nomination now up in the air with Reverend Dr William barber of the poor people's campaign. That win the courts have been wrong in this country. And they've been minute. That his turned us backwards rather than fault. In the light of this. There must be a moral fight to keep the supreme court wherever and Barbara will join us from North Carolina where President Trump heads today to survey massive flood damage from hurricane Florence Barbara says and hurricane wind and waves the poor for most then the Trump administration slashes the refugee admissions cap to a historic low of thirty thousand refugees per year, improved refugee policy of this administration serves the national interest of the United States and expanded our ability to help those in need all around the world. We will continue is the world's most vulnerable will never lose. Inside of our first duty serving the American people. Amnesty International says, the new refugee calf means more people fleeing violence, religious, persecution and armed conflict could die all that. And more coming up. Welcome to democracy now democracy now dot org. The warrant piece report,.
"toco" Discussed on Creators Collective
"I just watched just binged watched the last kingdom which is a Netflix original series, and it was during the Viking raids of what was Wessex East Anglia Northumbria mercy. Basically, you know the United what is now the all the ears. Yeah, what is now v United Kingdom? And it's about a sack, a Saxon boy. He gets taken as a hostage in a Viking raid. Then his raised as Viking and then comes back and there's lots of lots of Viking war stuff. It's truly enjoyable to watch, and I finished that up and then Netflix suggested a show called Norseman to me right after inside clicked on thinking is going to be another another, you know, brutal gory, violent, Viking thing, but instead it's a parody of what would Viking life be like, you know today. And it's like setback in that time, but it's it's just ridiculous. Like, you know, they've got slaves on their Viking ship coming back to to Norway or whatever they're going to. And there's one of the slaves. It's like, you're okay. Excuse me. Excuse me. I have a question, like, where's the water? I've been thirsty. I've not been offered water because like, oh, I'm sorry. It's usually get back to shore. You'll get some water. Don't worry at. It's it's. It's terrible, terrible show. I don't recommend it, but it is addictive to watch. Yeah. So James, what are you watching? I've been watching practical engineering. It's a channel that I kind of binge-watch awhile ago. He just put out a video today about rock supports in in tunnels, which was kind of like, okay, but anytime you put something out, I definitely watch it because it's a great way to learn and suddenly had this amazing inspiration moment of, I've got to build something like that. And basically to demonstrate how screws put into rocks inside of tunnels, hold it together to demonstrate that fact, he basically built a coffee table and filled it with loose rocks and then put bolts top to bottom and then took out the supports top and bottom and all this loose gravel held in place like a coffee table, which is bolts and it was like, I've got to build a coffee table like that. Now. Literally, the entire surface of it is loose gravel held together with bolts, just a total mind job of a build, and the inspiration was is incredible tonight. I'm ahead this running in the back membrane and it'll probably pop out in a year or two, but it was a really, really cool video. You definitely gotta take a look at Zach what you. So I have to give a shoutout to Josh Scott knives on Instagram. So a while ago, I don't know if he has remember those little pocket cleavers that I made those were influenced by some of his designs and me not being a knife guy. I just looked up pocket cleavers. I'm like, oh, these are really cool. I'm gonna do something similar. And the one that I did was hit based off one of his designs and I just wanted to give him shout out. And like I said, I don't really know. I don't really know how the knife game works. I just saw some those cool and his. Designs are a lot more unique than I thought. So I just wanted to give him a shot out. And if you guys are into that sort of thing, he does some really cool work and he's actually not too far talking with him on Instagram. The other days, not too far from where my wife is from in Ohio. So there's a potential collab- that might be happening in the future. Once I figure out how to smash them Damascus with my press, so guess are into knives check his Instagram outs. He's got some really cool stuff. Sweet. You have a favorite product of the week Zach, or should we move onto will do somebody else. I have a rare earth magnets. Yeah. So I I, I ordered some burbs specific purpose to that now. I can't remember what it was, but I had some leftover. I just started sticking them everywhere in my shop. So like the the Chuck, the key from a drill press, but a rare earth magnet on the side of my drill, press in the Chuck e. on that. So it's always right there over at my leave. I put rare magnets, automates hold. My wormwood, screw the key to open the jaws of the Chuck on my lathe, the little pin to stop the spindle turning..
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"One we've answered questions before answers were I know what mine is because it's my my dream build that you know someday when I'm in my eighties, probably build it and it's six feet, Canard airplane, composite material. So either like a fiberglass or kevlar reinforced system so that the the whole plane, it's basically set up the tail is in front as opposed to be in the back. It's a far more efficient plane setup and it'd be fun to actually design prototype and build my own before. That's big dream build that James Orville Wright. Lame, loyal loyal. Okay. That's a good middle name. God, I don't know. Like that's really hard. I feel like my interests change every two weeks on something different. I think it would be really cool to design like, I don't know. Like I think it'd be really cool to do a whole, not just one thing, but like a cohesive space like Annika, it'd be really cool to design like, you know, like a like a whole entire bar or like an entire hotel lobby or like some some space in design. You know the the layout in the furniture and the, you know, and build all of it. I think that would be, you know something along those lines where it's not just one thing. It's kind of this whole cohesive project. You know, I think that would be that would be a lot of fun. Probably be ridiculously stressful, but it's one of those projects, you know, learn a ton and and just really get a go to town in a whole bunch of different. You know, realms. So I guess, I guess mine. And would kind of be along the same line with with his act, but I'm kind of doing it already, but so it's like, you know, you take the things like, you know, I built our house from the ground up, you know, that was obviously a giant project, but it wasn't the first house that I built. So you know, staring down from a pilot to finish house Legos a ton of work now filling with, you know, furniture that I making everything in the house, you know, except for the couches basically made, and I'm kind of doing that with the pool house building right now. So as I'm building this, this thing I'm gonna fill it with, you know, own a big custom bar tops and fill it with custom furniture, things that I wanna make for myself instead of other people. So I guess that kind of cohesive space is, you know, Lakewood Zach was talking about, it's not a hotel lobby or bar that's public. Buddy, but that and then build a tar to put in that building, fill the one Bill, the guitar, acoustic guitar. Oh, yeah. Just like we're talking about Tommy last week I want to. So when we move which is coming up, keeps getting closer. Thank God probably about eight eight months or so as is what are looking looking like to up to like the Billingham area, but we're still looking at. I want to throw all of our furniture away that we own here and start over and build everything myself. I wanna build all of our, you know, couches, and chairs and tables. I think that'd be a cool content series on channel two, just like literally starting from plastic goodwill tables because you know, we're not going to be, you You know. know, it's all I'm going to do like like the channel be really, really cool. So I'm kind of excited about that. That would be cool and it's a good motivator to like, you know, if you have the plastic goodwill table just to Steph, it's like not. It's offensive to look at..
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"You have to build a whole new jig because the chicks aren't set up to do that. Or or they they are, but then there's a whole bunch of attachments that go on to make the weird angles for it. And what kind of metal are we getting in the only time I've done dovetails and medalists for like an infield plane. So in that case, it would be the exact same because I've been doing it with hand tools, but you guys. So what did you cut? What kind of medal where you're working with with the info plane brass and steel steel bottom like like Tony Romeo help you would medal playing like he does dovetails in stew similar? Yes, but older style that like to see picture. Actually, that's one of the things I want to want to build another one here soon. It's been a while do do. I've never a dove tail in my life. Not once you call yourself maker? Yes. Now to challenge Zach yet and make a steel dovetail, it's it's like, see, I would do that before. I do would one still, there's no like flexibility to. It's either corrector it's not worth would there's always a little bit of wiggle room. Yeah. All you know how. Dave Pacheco's never eaten a taco. I've never made a dovetail. I did not know that about him. Not weird. He's never. He's never eaten a taco. That's, I mean, the last I heard. Yeah, it's kind of a big thing and I don't know why any. I don't know why anybody would do that to themselves like, why would you deprive yourself of one of, you know, one of the greatest inventions of all time. That's why would you do that? I had talked. I think it's like so like, and now it's such a thing like now that now everybody knows like he's probably never going to have one. Can't start. Yeah. Like what a terrible thing like I wouldn't wish that upon anybody to experience the auto anyway. Questions. Jim Dhakal ASA, my ass lab ended up at two and three, eight sick. Could I laminate some four, four quarter at the bottom without worrying about would movement causing stress? Why would you want to be interesting? I'm guessing he's talking about a benchtop to make it thicker, but well, you know, if if it's asked from the same tree, there shouldn't be any expansion contraction joint, especially if the grains all running the same direction, it should flex all together. I, I would think that that asks lab is going to move in more of a Cup like where you'll have to flatten the, you know, you have to find your benchtop every few years just with would movement. I would think they would that there would be an issue, but that's just me. Yeah, I think I would actually take the slab and rip it up and then laminate those rip spec together, run in the green vertically. But that'd be my I I did that on the the industrial table to the industrial industrial desk that I built a while ago. The red one with three exceed channel had a whole bunch of ashen ripped it and then ripped it and flipped it so that the end grain was actually running on the faces. Once I laminated everything because obviously the steel frame of that desk is not going to allow the wood to expand and contract. So like I left like a sixty two, maybe three sixteen sixteen somewhere between a sixteenth sixteenth of gap around the edges. So, and that was a couple years ago and it's still holding up well. I like like James suggestion of ripping ripping it and then limiting back together because the. You can make it whatever thickness you want. Yeah. And then if you have to get more stock than you have to get more stock to make it the with the. Yeah, I see. Sell the yard designs. What would be your Mount Everest of build and what materials would you want to use? That's good..
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"I've kind of a unique situation where I've got a bunch of like to buy by. I don't know, maybe foot two feet, something like that. Soapstone scraps. And I was thinking about, you know, because they make they make woodstoves these woodstoves that of out of soapstone. And this came out of Corey. That's like one of the only ones in the US that just happens to be like twenty miles from me, but I'll eat scraps and I was thinking, why couldn't I make forge out of a mini forge ago, mini map gas towards forge out of soak stone, like stacking it in instead of doing like the pink Ken forward with refractory cement and stuff, bad, just stacking that. Do you guys think that would work? I have no idea. I don't know the thermal properties of soapstone in. If I did, I still wouldn't know the answers. James, every insight into that. No, I don't. If any way into Email, maybe we will love bring that up in the next podcast might be on. I have no idea. I mean does is soapstone by the good terrible insulator. Yeah. Oh yeah. It hold it hold it. Hold heat for longer than like any natural thing. The big thing they make like, what's that? It shouldn't be? Does it hold heat? But how quickly does it absorb heat? So it it absorbed heat for a while. Some thinking it's gonna take a lot of MAPP gas to get up to temp, but then once it's at temple should hold heat. Well, try forgo my physics class, but it's like the thermal conductivity is I think, what would be the crucial thing, which is how fast it. I think it's like the opposite of its insulating properties. So like that's why like aluminum feels colder than something else at the same temperature because it's very thermally conductive which means that wants to lay it wants to give up its heat and lose its heat fast. Great. I don't think he'd want the opposite of that. I think he wants something that kind of keeps the heat on the inside and keeps the cold on the outside, but I could be completely wrong. It's been. I don't wanna be. Of those guys like went to school ten years ago and still thinks he remembers. I'm just gonna have to try it and I'll let you guys know if it works or not to feel hot enough to draw out. What do you say we jump into a couple of year question? Yeah, do it. Stephen Ellis s I'm about to install, newish, nineteen, fifties table saw in the shop, and it was wondering if it's better to install a wall outlet or overhead outlet for two twenty. What do you say? I would think that overhead outlet, the cord would give away like ripping sheet goods and stuff like that. But that's just me. That was my initial thought to think. The only thing I've ever wanted overhead is dusk election because the cord still has to go past the table. Whereas does questions stop at the table? My my, my personal preferences in ground concrete. If the concrete's either that's a difficult. I saw somebody that did because they had to run their dust collection across the concrete floor. They ran their their romantics there to built like a ramp system over. Still thin. That'd be kind of a tripping hazard, but but yet there's that and then just know your shop. It's the type of thing you just get used to your shop. I think I'd still prefer court on the floor than overhead. So I would say not overhead. That's my final answer. Oh, the duck says, how would you do a compound of tale be in wood or metal and wood doing it in metal be done differently? Think that's a really interesting question. Had nothing on that one. Wait, where's that the with the compound tale? If you're doing with hand tools, it's exactly the same as a regular dovetail. It's just the only difference is laying lines because once you have the line than you spot the line with power tools,.
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"Going for my seventy pound to my two hundred fifty pound how much easier to draw medal out and move material. It's like it feels like it requires about seventy percent of the effort to do the same amount of work. So I can only imagine going down instead of up to a railroad track. It can certainly be done. I mean, if you ever watched forged in fire, like there's people that win it that are like in a farm making knives with like a satellite dish full of charcoal. So I mean, there's really no excuse if you have something hard. I mean it it can be done, but it's just kind of how much effort you wanna put a new it. And I feel like like. Any hobby or getting into anything, the better tools you start out with the better your, you know, you're just going to have a better time working with it. It's going to be more encouraging to work with better tools. If that makes sense. That makes sense. Not accents. Kind of getting started off on the right foot. Yeah, exactly. I mean, you're having better tools, makes everything more fun. So I mean, I wouldn't I if it's if it's like nothing or railroad and Ville and go through road and Bill. But if he can spring for something a little bit nicer, just void anything cast iron. Check your Craigslist because I bet where you're at. There's probably a lot of stuff floating around there. There are a lot. I've been checking in checking for longtime us if this than that I had been all of the people around me are selling them as like collector's item smokes. Yes, the go. Yeah. Like this is a, you know, eighteen seventy eight Gordon blah blah, blah. And it's, you know, nine hundred dollars or something like that. Where I don't need it to be like I like having old stuff, but it doesn't need to be something could be at attached. But a while ago, it seems like five dollars a pound is like that's output that broke out there for a minute. It's going to say a while ago, five dollars a pound was like what you'd pay for a premium like should never spend more money than that for an annual five dollars a pound. That would be like a really nice and Bill at, you know, so. But it depends. I mean, certain bills like, hey, buttons are the fetch a lot of money and some Peter rights, and you know, there's a lot of brands out there, but. It's I feel like institute for his knife on a steel plate over concrete block. Yeah, I mean something else, here's here's something else. It's crazy. So have I got a deal for you William. If you guys are familiar with Clift Clifton CJ deafen him on the whom I following or whatever segment that we we've been doing for two years. I don't remember the name of. So when I went up there to forge hammers with him and John area ni up in New Jersey, we got to talking. And are you familiar with switch blocks? Spelt. Sway JR blocks. Yeah. Yeah. So it seems like nobody's made those for like a hundred years and. Amber alerts her. Yeah. So it seems like the only patterns that are available now are for spoon making and stuff. They don't have any of the bolsters the holes for drifting in that sort of thing. So we got talking and we kinda decided, well, maybe we should get into making these and pairing them up with striking and bills. If anybody's watched Alix steel before you know what? A striking in villas. It's pretty much just a giant hunk of stem. I soft steel usually mild steel that's meant to be able to be wailed on. It's not quite as hard, but it's, you know, as most of your bills. But the reason being is you can use, it's for striking. You can use a big heavy hammer, not have to worry about, you know, sharp pieces of high carbon steel breaking off and sticking in your leg or whatever can happen with some of the higher carbon stuff. But anyway, we're, we're planning on producing one of those. I'm getting a block water jet cut this week, so we'll keep you posted on that. If that's something you're interested in. Probably be a good compromise between railroad track and like a spendy and Ville. Okay. Follow up question..
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"Tradition of a more traditional tool, a hand tool tool? Is that something that you could see using? Well, in conjunction with, say a ban, solid, cutting a big sweeping curve on the bottom of a stretcher. Then million back with a with a compass plane to. You don't use the compass plane to create the arc. You use the compass plane to just finish it. Okay. Because usually what I'll do is all chop in release with the news chisel knockout the majority of the waste and then do the last eight inch or so with the couple's played. Okay. Right who'll his act. I have a question. So I'm in need of an invokes wanna start banging some Steph out, cheap invol- alternatives. Do you think piece of railroad track would be sufficient? I angle for getting started with drawing steel out. Yeah. I mean, it's certainly better than nothing in it can be done. If you have some money to put. I mean, it's hard to say it just it depends. I mean, it's it. You get what you pay for. I mean, you can certainly do things on railroad track, but you know, even like I have my firsthand village still have it. It's a seventy pound NC tools, something or other. I think it was. I think when I bought it was like two hundred seventy bucks or something like that right around maybe three hundred bucks is probably what they're going for. Now. I would say that's worth it over a railroad track just because the, you know the railroad tracks. It's a higher carbon steel, but it's not super high. It's not nearest is hard as most. The faces on the end Ville in just a mass makes a big difference. I couldn't believe.
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"On a help support us. So we have a patriotic that's growing quickly and we just upped our thanks of people on Casta like video intros or custom using that sort of thing. Just check out the the patriot and were we're willing to do that, but do it a lot of track for that. So what's that? I just up my patriot to that. I'm looking forward to having an ample tunes intro on my channel. It's it's coming. We just finished up a song for Jimmy Directa. He sent me a message like us listening out if he has remember that nineties band, soul, coughing. Nick jazz stuff. He's like, do something like this, Mike? Yeah. So I sent a message to my buddy John seriously, like four hours later. Like, what do you think of this man? Can you play some guitar tracks down over this? Sure. So. We were quick. He works quick cool getting, you're getting. You're getting support on that. I know the patriot numbers are low and he I started, but I mean, it's growing fast. I mean, we started, I think we actually kinda went public with it about two months ago and it's it's growing quickly. The music scene used all over YouTube all over Instagram. I think it's only a matter of time before commercial places start contacting us. I mean, I don't wanna take more credit a John. I mean, I do. I'm just like the the dude who can play guitar and do some basic, you know, editing stuff, but John is like the production genius. It's unbelievable what I mean. He's like a savant when it comes to the the stuff. So. The production value is is I think it's, I mean, he's, he's amazing. So that's one of the things that I think is most frustrating about YouTube and doing videos and stuff. If you wanna use music, you either have to pay a bunch of money for like mediocre stuff and the stuff that's free out there is very, very bad. It's just not. It's just not good. I mean there there's a few exceptions, but most of most of what's out there is, I mean, I guess you get what you pay for free music usually isn't very good. So we really, I kind of had the idea and I, I used to work with John music store and I got with him and I'm like, man, nobody's doing this like, why don't we try doing like a crowd funded free music service and in it's getting off to get start. So yeah, let's talk about other stuff to you. Probably. What else would have been to? I've been doing that tracking a lot of new new tunes that we're going to have coming out. I think we're actually gonna put out to new songs today right after the podcast, but working on that and Ville STAN video that I'm editing and also anybody's been following up on my Instagram. You've probably seen the wacky poxy would file handles that I've been doing doing video on that and like just leather tool role just kind of kind of filler video, but it's it's a good opportunity for me experiment with, you know, would stabilization and occc stuff, and just some new skills that I don't really get a play with as much. So it's kind of a fun little project. So what about? Yes, we'll me still being contractor. Disorganising of subcontractors and getting ready to frame up this building next to our new pool. Unlike Tristian is actually at my house right now. Why 'ring up this crazy salt system panel box that was over my head and he got out there and can look that it went, yeah, this is this is not basic. Yep, I cool. See later. I am along with that pool just as quick satisfying, like just get it done, make the wife happy thing. I built the set of temporary stairs that go down. There's so many different levels that I'm working with. Right? How like with the patio height where the pool is where the pool that is, where the finish concrete, it's gonna be for everything just because the way that our land is just the way that the grade of our land is lives. Yeah, basically live on a cliff. So I built this temporary stairs through that together in about thirty minutes, and it was just oddly satisfying to like trips into the back quick with framing lumber..
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"On earth he took the brunt of all the attacks when the enemies ask why he ate with a public concern centres they were not concerned whether the apostles eight or not they were concerned only what jesus did when they picked up stones throw at jesus it was never at the apostles he was always jesus they could not have cared less about the apostles when they ask about the half shekel payment they said not your teacher pay the half shekel they did not care whether or not they were concerned only about what the lord did he might cues him when the apostles were in the garden of guests seventy it was jesus they seized the puzzles or perfectly safe on that occasion peter toco at they sword and cut off the ear of malkhas but even so he was safe they did not want the apostles they wanted jesus if peter had taken out of his pocket a portable atomic bomb it wouldn't have made a difference they were perfectly safe when they wanted only jesus and jesus alone he was there lightning rod as long as he was with them they were safe they were safe because he was with them the time would come when they would have their chance he would go away and then the enemy would persecute them we too are in on it today they will persecute us it would be time for peter and john and the others to be scourged after jesus ascended heads would roll stripes we lead on an abundance the reason for this is because the world hates jesus however they cannot get to.
Tesla accuses former employee of hacking and transferring data
"Debra and a dime lawyer has full year profit forecasts saying chinese consumers will buy fewer us built mercedes suv's because of those tariffs china announced twenty five percent levy is last week on cars imported from the us in retaliation for president trump's threats also expressed trade barriers to result in higher costs it's mercedes c class sedans and g l s and l crossovers are made in alabama tesla is suing a former employee for allegedly hacking confidential and trade secret information former technician martin trip is accused of transferring several gigabytes of data to outside entities along with their lives it photos of the production line ceo elon musk has worn employees to be on the lookout for what he calls sabotage he's tweeted that a few bad apples won't stop tesla reaching its goals shares an australian billboards specialists apn outdoors surged in sydney after jc toco made an unsolicited spence elicited bid worth about eight hundred ten million.
United States, America and Bloomberg discussed on Surveillance
"One hour and twenty minutes away that inflation print here in the united states for america the estimates shaping up as follows year on year the estimate two point five percent at tick from the previous month the two point four look for core backout food backout energy core cpi year on year the median estimate two point two percent the previous number two point one percent not inflation data coming out a little bit lighter head of that i have to say some significant dollar weakness against most of g ten with the exception of sterling k we we are seeing a much weaker dollar against a strong europe you're a dollar up by about a quarter of one percent you're listening to bloomberg surveillance this is bloomberg now the news the new york city here's michael barr dom jonathan thank you very much president trump personally greeted the three american detainees returning from north korea trump the vice president and their wives welcome them home at joint base andrews overnight the president tweeted this morning on behalf of the american people welcome home syrian president bashar assad has accused us president donald trump of saying one thing one day and the opposite the next saying i don't think in the meantime we're going to achieve anything with such an administration assad spoken an interview with a greek newspaper pull bunch today before israel carried out an air strike in syria in response to what it said was a crossborder rocket attack by iranian forces global news twenty four hours a day on aaron at toco on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm michael barr this is bloomberg com michael barr thank you so much futures flat with yields in today curve flattening substantial kerr flattening down to forty four point seven seven basis points to look at the chart here in a moment brent crude seventy seven thirty three this is bloomberg.
Turkish military and allied rebels in ‘total control’ of Syria’s Afrin, Erdogan says
"Support for this NPR podcast and the following message come from REI. What is your? But that's the question REI co. Op is asking this season with gear classes, expert advice and adventure trips REI can help you overcome any excuses to find your way outside. Live from NPR news, Washington on trial Snyder. Turkey says it, Syrian allies have entered the center of freen in. It's now under Turkish control and Turkish president dared wants as Kurdish fighters fled. The area claim has not been independently confirmed, but it's the BBC's Mark Lowen reports footage posted online shows fighters with Turkish flags inside the city. The entry into Afrin has been funk quicker than on -ticipant. It Syrian rebel forces backed by Turkish. Empower moved in from dawn president. Adleman saying the town centre is under total control, troops, combing the streets for white PG, Kurdish finances hooping. The targets of Turkey's two month, long offensive. Many had reportedly fled some of the hundred and fifty thousand or so people who left Afrin through a corridor. A Syria monitor says, two hundred eighty civilians have died in the Turkish operation. Ankara denies it. The question now is, if Turkey will move onto target other parts of northern Syria also. Held by the white PG who had caused terrorists separately as Syrian rebel group in the Damascus suburb of eastern Gudo says it is in negotiations with the United Nations to arrange for a ceasefire. President Trump is attacking fired FBI director, Andrew McCabe deputy director, Andrew McCabe saying on Twitter that McCabe never took notes while the two were together. He's raising doubts McCabe documented their interactions. McCabe memo's. Oh, are now believed to be in the possession of special counsel? Robert Muller's team in a separate tweet. President Trump renewed has concerned that Muller's investigation into Russian election interference may be biased against him. Militants ambushed, a medical team backs needing against polio in a remote border area of Pakistan. The AP reports that to workers are dead. Another two injured NPR's Diaa Hadid reports from Mingora. Now, the three members of the vaccination team will missing after the attack. It comes after a killing in January when a polio walk and had daughter was shot. Militants have attacked paalea workers in Pakistan for years ever since the CIA used vaccinators in their attempts to identify Osama bin Laden. He was killed in two thousand eleven in the city of about Abed hooters in Russia, going to the polls in the country's presidential election Vladimir Putin all, but certain to win NPR's. Lucian, Kim reports at the main issue for the Kremlin is boosting turn out to give Putin a convincing mandate for the next six years. Polling stations have opened across Russia's, eleven timezones from Toco, which touches Alaska to Kaliningrad on the border with Poland flooding Putin who has ruled Russia for more than eighteen years is on track to win a fourth presidential term besides Putin. Seven other candidates are on the ballot. None of whom are polling above the single digits. Turn out in such a predictable election as the Kremlin's biggest concern and local authorities are getting out voters with free food selfie contests and mandatory attendance lists for government workers. Lucian, Kim NPR news. You catcher in Berg, Russia, and this is NPR. They are news southeast Asian leaders and Australia's prime minister or showing unity. When it comes to North Korea, leaders of Ozzy on where the association of southeast Asian nations have issued a joint statement, calling North Korea to rein in its nuclear programs. AUstralia host of the summit meeting this weekend despite not being a member of on a busy weekend for sports apparel. Lympics has wrapped up in South Korea with today's closing ceremony, much attention on college basketball, and which teams will advance to the Sweet Sixteen in the in the NCAA tournament for the second week in a row. Tiger Woods is in contention on the last day of golf tournament heading into the final round or the Arnold Palmer invitational woods is five shots behind the leader from Orlando, Florida in Paris. Tom Goldman reports the fact that Tiger Woods, one of golf's greatest players is even in contention. Again, that's a big deal. Even woods doubted. He could recover from the back problems that have. Him winless for nearly five years. But his fourth back surgery has worked so far. He comes into today's final round Orlando, having shot nine straight rounds of par or better over his last few tournaments. I still feel like I'm coming back. I'm still getting used to what my body can do shot some hitting and playing competing. Again, it feels good to be back out. There would says he could win today if he shoots very low score, but he'd also need a bunch of players ahead of him on the leaderboard do poorly. That's not likely since those players include majors, winners, Henrik, Stinson, Rory, mcilroy, and Justin Rose, Tom, Goldman NPR news, Orlando, and Joyal Snyder in Washington.
"toco" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"An end gm around seven thirty wrapping things up over at barclays in the energy space chevron was upgrade its overweight what exxon was downgraded so underweight and micron upgrade greatest overweight over act he'd bank by from the breaking news desk i'm bill maloney here all right thanks bill and here live breaking news over here bloomberg type squawk on your terminal s q u a w k now let's get some reaction to the global sell off in stocks beginning in the currency space earlier this morning we spoke with rebel bank head of fx strategy jane foley and here's what she had to say we look at the corner basically what it here on the planet could tools weekly cook who murky markets i think we see something really quite interesting in that is emerging market ethic is holding up pretty well considering the signs of the decline in equity market toco at booed now we all know that if we work to have a very significant of bone equipment t a significant hike in in the us jonathan than we would happen a lot more appealing on not seen anything like that and i think until when reading these defeat much us legislation much tighter expectations regarding fed policy i think me khamzat it took assists in place as jane solely head of fx strategy at rival bank we also heard from peter garnering head of equity strategy it sucks oh bank in copenhagen this morning he's calling to sell off a technical correction that was accelerated by sure to volatility fun multiple driver to a new markets door to with quotas the fun go that are driving the married you have the twotier atp funds that have a crash in the automotive trading if quota spread some unwinding significantly from current levels i thing we will have things to contain because i think that that is really something that would tell you that these are the more than just technical he's in the state and the nick leeson general and then something pulled a with economy but judging from and with reacting to tie you'll created a cetera eighteen like people are viewing this as a technicality inequities peter garnering at sochaux bank volatility again in the futures market this morning s p futures they were up more than one.
"toco" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Forty had minutes after the hour it's the final segment of the time anderson essential remember mike gallagher next up when then of course michael medved in seattle for three hours live show lars larson after him three hours live show of course live and local amy dembosky our favorite assembly member in she has property and we'll of her husband ben in they have of course they're residence in i guess they lived to gag peters creek that area i've never been to their house but aim his longtime friend and she has a great show four to six hundred jim bohannon yesterday jim bohannon celebrated his twentyfifth anniversary on air with that show he took over larry king who went to tv and it's a big deal jimbo hammond on for three hours he's on six tonight i used to say ten i think they switched to to the what is it the red uh red eye is the evening talk show that's on kvnt and it's all good stuff i like it i was talking and teasing in mentioning taunting ovalles megan kelly so megan kelly formerly of fox now on nbc she through an olympic fit they say fox news reporting that she learned that nbc invited former employee e former retired katie couric toco host the opening ceremony of the next months february winter olympics that's according to the new york post citing television insiders the post reported that kelly was furious following matt lowers shock jeff ben ness gratien nbc was calling its biggest star at of retirement rather than drafting kelly for the olympics and guess what i bet you that's because of polling and i betcha that they measure and have metrics and demographics for who was liked and who has not i can guarantee at this is not from the hip while lower was that thirty rockefeller plaza i've been up there to the nbc headquarters kelly had gracefully declined coverage roles for big occasion citing the clause inner contract that said she could not be forced to do special events such as the olympics in other words i don't want to do it led matt doer it well once lauer was gone the report is kelly assumed she'd be called the man now she's interest and they're like add that's okay we'll get katie couric kelly's nbc's highest paid star 23 million a year despite her relatively minor role hosting nbc's third hour of the today show known as.
"toco" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"With i'll put it in a fixed toco so it has to be some principal protection accounts year to give up growth if you have those type of accounts so it's not that debt paul and i don't have those license because we do but in addition to that we have the licence have follows investment adviser so a lot of i you know we believe strongly a highly diversified portfolio taking advantage of the three key areas of main areas that we all have to choose from uh in in in the investment world's either going to be equities bonds are principal protect that accounts so we believe have it in a percentage in each one of those areas awaiting whatever you want to call it is extremely important and then it's extremely important to understand what you're going to own in each one of those three main areas rizal in also you whoever you're dealing with you on her agree with their philosophy like off philosophy is diversification we might well managed a mutual funds exchangetraded funds so a welldiversified portfolio rather than by you know that might be another investment adviser or a broker that you know the hers i his philosophy is no i i like to pick individual positions i like to pick what i think is the best twenty stocks right now and i think that will outperform you know a diversified portfolio of mutual funds in they may be right or wrong but in our opinion that just taken on more risk for the same benefit um you know just for example i mean if you look at you know stocks like apple or microsoft are you know alpha which is actually google facebook how much they have gone up in the last year but then g is way down so i you know picking one stark you just have to get it right we just don't want to get a wrong so evident diversified portfolio you still get the benefit of the overall market if it goes out but am i wanted to positions don't do well the diversification with many other positions make up for those losses yeah i like to think a lot of work i'm glad you guys are doing it we'll be back with more coming up right after this the group hello we're paul in larry welcome the 93 financial group in host a family financial focus heard saturday evenings at six pm here on wbz well let's take a moment to talk about four one case kasen retirement planning paul.
"toco" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Reality is that the commissioner works for us but he said make no mistake nobody nobody tells david stern what to do and are you referencing be tom brady punishment these you kill elliott punishment because it would seem that roger goodell would not want to get on the wrong side of robert kraft and jerry jones those are two very in fluential owners in that group i mean you could not being on the anti you could paint though there in a couple of different wave and i think it is obvious that he doesn't want to get on the wrong side of bamako him being willing to do and those who are a couple of his biggest supporters from day one emperor the rupp time betty hey so it team that kind of backing out on it own but you can also potentially make the argument that but there's another can pick like that he is looking to plea that point without being on antivoa tarqumiyah toco but be the move that i could not imagine the roger goodell that i knew from by two thousand ten time i could imagine him taking the type of move unilaterally without consulting with with john been crap and getting their approval would themes like even taking crying at least to pick them control of the league and we'll see what happened going forward who the rapid owners get behind up next we continue our conversation with the former president of the nfl players association dominy foxworth he ways it on on the challenges for the nfl when it comes to international expansion if not an international game and you could argue that it is extremely oversaturated and and they're trying to any potential growth wherever.
"toco" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The ice on net were christopolous gives a toco packer who falls down catches an edge but gets it to harp harper has the proper air force pope loose from him poked loose from match harper and it came right in on christopolous who did a bellyflop on it in the blue lights and it was a good surged by air force they got the puck behind the net and air force has had trouble getting the puck in and setting up once they get set up they like to work that delo offense behind the net and they did a nice job with that once they do get in this zone this this face off to the right of christopolous got halfway through the hockey game 10 minutes left in the second falcons win the drop get sloppy turn it over to blue line for a quick that was real fitzgerald save by christopolous rebound swept in behind the air force net now confronting to pick it up deepa can't do it fitzgerald goes in with boji after a big collision on the far corner and the beaver come away with it over here on our side within his miles pitch gerald there is vials fitzgerald irs leo and there's a bird bitch gerald on the ice right now for the beavers boji from behind the net finds an open abboud abboud pitches at out there but sarah joy has a go through his legs it's loose near the but michie blue line and jerry fitzgerald skate down turns and goals turns at over at the air force blue line the boji boji chips it off the wall two baskin baskets pass was intercepted at the glue minor to steal territory has tired shoot save michael no rebound bob matt got the take away just inside the blue line fired a line drive that fits our gloved no rebound but that stop spray 9o nine left in the second tied at one apiece i'm jeff kenna ceo at macy's and i'd.
"toco" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Toco this quick happened less than two weeks after the country got rocked by an eight point one earthquake the latest quake has cracked building facades chunks of which smashed cars below mexico city's mayor says people are trapped in collapsed buildings dan glickman a geophysicist with the us geological survey says the quake happened about thirty one miles down a little bit better than having missouri showa warmed but i suspect there will be some out sharks the airport in mexico city suspended operations until crews can check the infrastructure today's quake happened on the anniversary of an eight point 0 earthquake that hit mexico city in 1985 killing thousands of people the center of hurricane maria is making its way towards the us virgin islands and puerto rico the center of the category five storm is expected to hit tomorrow puerto rico's governor ricardo rosay oh speaking in no uncertain terms rather danger the storm presents telling people to leave if they're in a dangerous zone saying the maria will hit the island with a quote force and violence that we haven't seen for several generations abc's mark remillard says these storm has already devastated the island country of dominica the country's prime minister posted an appeal for international help on facebook before phone and internet internet service on the island was lost the family of eighteen asier who has autism once answers from a police officer in buckeye arizona who missed took him for a possible drug user because he was fidgeting police bodycam at recordings show the officer approaching the 14yearold boy and forcing him to the ground the voice caregiver had run into a music school next door and came out to explain that the boy has autism and his fidgeting movements are a coping mechanism the buckeye police department defended the officer and says he has been cleared of any wrongdoing daly city council has ticked another box on the checklist before taking off on a plan to buy a new fire department helicopter the council asked the city administrative officer to find the funding to buy a fifth chopper guzman bob newman fueled says there hasn't been enough air coverage particularly after we have those fires and so marin medical kenyan and we were struggling to make sure that we had all the protection.