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"tokyo new york" Discussed on The Science Show
"Misc now a lot of wineries they either burnish because they're worried about disease all they try and compost it. Lots of challenges with that because it is highly acidic this research out of the us. About combining greg mark with dairy cattle fate and there are two benefits that come from that. One is the methane reduction in the cattle about twenty to thirty percent face tonight and the second thing is increased fat content in the milk because obviously got a lot of proteins and oils and things in the skins in the states. Now of course that's what the farmers are paid for so we have a waste product which is actually repairs into making something even better which is fantastic. I love it and so we don't burn it. We don composite. We actually give it to dairy farmers in our local community and they use it as part of their fate. Interesting rosh but where did all this come from. I know sophie now district about so i your wife. She has a family background in science as she not she does. I'm the lowest on the totem pole into marrying into that family. They're very high achieving family. Especially my wife but my father in law was a fellow of the royal society and he was considered to be one of the really founding members of electron microscopy and he was by the australia and oxford and so ah. Sophie has a healthy interesting science more about you degrees in science qualifications. Janeiro watt absolutely none and effect. I would suggest mo- qualifications are pretty limited. Anyway look my background's finance. I started at an. It i have qualifications in technology and finance but we corporate creeds by the culprit greece sophie in the legal profession and myself in in banking and finance and we choose to move to the country to rise at children. We made a decision that rather than tokyo new york or london or wherever and expressing was going to be a strategy was home. And that's the way we rise at children in the country and the science. Come naturally as you look this staggering number. Mistakes robin i. Naturally that comes all matter of scenes projects. I've done which i thought. Oh god what was i thinking but on other things have been really interesting and i think we've been very innovative talked about electric cars and mark but a good example might be. We actually The use of recycled pipette for wine labels. Now that's gonna save rainforest but every little bit helps and it was really quite hard to do those a lot of trial and error because recycled papers no strong as vision piper and because and condensation in buckets and those kinds of things but it's pretty cool and lots of people do it and we love the fact that we were able to establish that indio customers to they do. We're purpose driven business. There's big foundation here that we do through a lot of customers now about it and those that don't leave engaged. I believe in some of the things that we to do mothering. I have mentioned as you drive in here. There are six alpacas llamas. Standing there looking like you know a bunch of kardashians on four legs so beautiful. I think they're that slim roman look we. We have alpacas because we have actually quite a lot weird seeing a lot. We've just coming out of a drought a three. A drought really but out. Actually that sustainable. Ethos i will give you two examples. Dairy cow will drink. You know a lot of water. Fifty seventy laser wilder and packaging's three or four so here the dross continent on earth from antarctica. It makes sense to have alpacas. He and look out packers of very good us so we don't have issues around wall fox's and while dogs and feral cats in farming it's a tragedy too many say livestock type by feral animals. And that's something. We need to continue to work on the australia. Obviously my final question. Would you recommend to other business. People perhaps to take on science in various ways as you have absolutely and look even. If you don't believe in the science it makes business sense but look i. I have young children. I have listened my life ahead of me then behind me. The future is this and we need to leave them applies. That's worth living in. And i think there's a lot of recognition now after the bushfires and floods and and we're not even to into the climate change discussion that we really need to have a lot of touch on the environment and science and learning and education will be part of that. Thank you very much. Thank you robin roger. She or rosh had silos. Winery of berry south wales showing with his wife sophie that green technology and good sides both pay and helped the region. Next week we'll hear more from davis zouqi about how he's managed during the lockdown in canada.
"tokyo new york" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Just walk into any talk Chinese public hospital like this one in Shanghai It hires the best doctors and people across China come to see them so public hospitals are often over crowded, chaotic and usually, you see, whichever doctor is on duty that day, and to avoid all that Tommy is willing to pay a lot more to go to one of lips since hospitals More and more middle class Chinese families are willing to spend on healthcare. Eric Cheung is with the hospital ranking firm in southern China called Gotta Healthcare Expenditure in 2019 is almost $1 trillion, Okay, and it represents 6.6. Send up Chinese GDP Despite lips and success. US. Providers are a tiny piece of that pie, and you've got lots of other industries where U. S firms are barely making a dent like banking, media transportation Telecom. Sometimes it's a clear national security issue. Uncensored news Facebook. China's Communist Party sees those as threats to stability. But there are lots of other industries were foreign investment is restricted to help domestic businesses lived. All the lawyer has watched his domestic Chinese competitors benefit from all the obstacles he faces, even poaching staff. So we're kind of like a training ground for the last four years for, you know, international legal training and China. But it's very hard to retain good talent with that unfair tax regime and also the fact that our Chinese lawyers can't do any litigation. Meanwhile, his competitors thrive within China and overseas. They've got offices in Tokyo, New York New Jersey Silicon Valley. London. Rome, China argues it is opening up its markets. It's got an official policy to do so called reform and opening up, but by the time that opening up occurs, local companies can dominate, and it's too late for foreign companies, so how to improve access for foreign companies? Lipton's advice is to tone down the hostility between governments. Engagement by the US over the last 25 years have managed to improve that situation. But for the David live dolls and industries with less luck, one hears calls for another approach. Reciprocity. I would tell the Chinese government, Okay, You don't want to change will change. We're gonna We're gonna adopt your model. If we had kept on Ali Baba intense sent inviting you initially they either stay out or they come in. Once the Chinese Open up for our company's, the Biden administration will have to pick which.
"tokyo new york" Discussed on The Not So Late Show With Jason Monteclar
"From the local news headquarters in sibu broadcasting live from reroute steals. This is not so late. Show with jason monty clar because we take sides will never silent not so late. Show with kids monty cried. Komo's thomas migos does up an manga house. Allow us some maciel. Zeki us an anti gay. Welcome the put this tournament and the not so late. show. And i'm your host jason monteplier. Not so late. Show with jason monte up the list known money go ninety swords politica Number eight ben. Maller does global high on politika. The ice number nine muscle the meta antao. Beeson what how goalie off number eight the blow kalbarri guy you in english. We really We number seven lie so called cinema guy says number six. What barack obama presidency myntra snap bussey boom number. Five ma mattei traffic manila number four beaten down obama laghman helena. Bugs aging number three must say on subbed on ballads again. Okay seattle number sucked on night or set to the larussa gourmet number one. Nine known that my and he sued zeppelin boot second or button guy. He bowed down on traffic de la. La subpoenas gardening. Sabrina doug com should that boot and light. Tokyo new york seoul hanoi. Kuala lumpur hong kong traffic would muscling. Don bureau become nasa traffic discipline to lessen in be gone. But you'll a consortium gone get who and mattaya and traffic guru. Donna must've done matai tightness kit. But case a bid and unregarded metabank traffic an long sorta amongst the guy. The gum secca saccone ballycastle had not going to hunt. Geico move for your own good solution in fact now coming property had those guys m. I'm probably milan day. Must buckled magusta on consumers bogus. What's got our knuckles. Then my england and a catalogue. Monday traffic hung the pizza up on the second leg. Bunka he did. Don't blow up with traffic semester. Be sensor among dumb. Google or on. What toys do we let me give you some facts and figures beta from the land. That's protection office in central desires. The all seven showed that there are a total of seven hundred. Almost eight hundred thousand motor vehicles registered in the region january-to-november although this was Way back in two thousand seventeen honda alkyl maduna bangoura's and also cintos milk among us has done now. Almost late nakata in the newseum by bullpen seven. But i'm not the accessible no good anymore. Seven records show that there are hundred. Twenty five thousand six hundred twenty four komo motorcycle one say gotta now say six hundred ninety three coming montereau on. He's throwing and i wanna say ramin. Plus two hundred twenty three tricycle the race through way. Back in two thousand seventeen billion leaker on figur- about gonna given with the number among maters boomer like monopoly denver bulletin mccaw strata titles immovable baker at lower. I'll mukunda in some iron eighty percents deadling accidentally a motor so not a contrada. I l good number mean gone on yet. Both are up a little butter sadeq. Who named sona deeper not macos traffic three years ago or five years ago bureau karen students were not to send them at maturity hat graduates. Be got very where six thousand taxicabs operating in cebu is over early. Two thousand eighteen this according to the land transportation franchising and regulatory board lt. If rb this region seven gain on dunkelberg there was one time and rally among a taxi. Drivers about nine buildings are lt of now. Demonic issue knock over franchise zebu in be dismissal recommend a taxi bulldogs communicable subscribe on an arby's owner as big five hundred plus the madaka. How will come element. Ob the data mcgeechan said japan. International cooperation agency conjecture on economic losses are towards traffic or one point one billion pesos. Our day so i dylan on ema mood and good bye adding traffic appeal. Pammy mumbles see like ecg. Han or brunell about nestle crappy. Not on the national highway gara. Do not leboeuf..
"tokyo new york" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Be safe and be smart, he says. The U. S has learned a lot about the virus itself. Joe Biden and the campaign swing today. He's quit on you. He's quit on his country. This election is not just about him. It's about us. It's about you, He says. The president's supposed to care. The wrangling over the new virus relief bill is beginning to take shape in the US as a fresh round of stimulus talk. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says along with will also be proposing a targeted second round of the PPP. With a special toward Hard hit businesses. But Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says the money is just not in this package would negotiated this, he said in his own office with no input from us. We Democrats in the House and Senate resisted, and then they came around to a much better plan. I'm hopeful that will happen again. McConnell says He also wants money for schools. Not a lot of talk today about The Trump pushed for payroll tax cut. Tokyo on four day holiday this weekend. Bloomberg Sherry on this is a time that Japan should have been celebrating the Tokyo Summer Olympics, so they're actually going in a four the holiday starting this Thursday. But now the Tokyo governor duty cocoa now considering telling people to just stay indoors during the holiday, given that we're seeing these resurgence of the virus in Tokyo. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo was expanded the number of states on the quarantine let's not to 31 California cases down marginally day today. But the state has doubled its number of confirmed cases in the past month. Florida trying to ease pressure on the health care system by creating a network of nursing type homes to take care of virus patients outside the hospital in San Francisco, I met Baxter. This is my number. Brian. Thank you very much. Let's get a global sports review here. With Dan.
"tokyo new york" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from NPR news. I'm Shay. Stevens the White House has leaked information about potential Russian bounties targeting us. Troops will make it harder to gather intelligence in the future. NPR's. Roscoe reports that members of Congress have been briefed on the disputed allegations revealed through news reports White, house, press secretary. Kelly. mcenaney says the least to the media will make it more difficult to substantiate the claims. She accused quote. Rogue intelligence officers of leaking the information to the anonymous sources who leaked classified information. You should know this. You may seek to undermine our president, but in fact you undermine our country safety and our country security the White House has. Has, said President. Trump was never briefed on claims that Russia might have paid bounties to the Taliban to attack you as forces because the intelligence was unverified, mcenaney would not say whether the information was included in the president's daily brief. Aisha roscoe NPR news corona virus infections are rising in majority of states with the United. States recording around forty thousand new infections daily that number is projected to more than double of states cannot contain the outbreak NPR's will stone has. Has This report. On the nation's hardest hit areas across the south and west cases continue to surge Arizona, California Texas and Florida now account for about half of all new infections in the US in California, the average number of daily cases has shot up more than seventy five percent in the past two weeks, and those under thirty five account for about half of recent cases in that state, according to one analysis, pm McDonald is an infectious disease epidemiologist with the. The think tank RT International. Those ages are socially mixing more than they will refer. They're also not kicking personal precaution. Younger adults also make up a growing share of new infections and many other states including Florida and Arizona Wellstone NPR news Washington Mississippi's official state flag will no longer include a confederate emblem governor Tate Reeves signed the bill to retire the pro slavery symbol and have a commission come up with a replacement. A monument acknowledges and honors our passed. A flag is a symbol of our president of our people in our future. For those reasons. We need a new symbol. Rave says he would have liked to see. Voters decide whether to retire Mississippi's confederate battle flag, but we'll let the public have its say on a replacement symbol in November. Former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper has one that state's Democratic Senate. Primary Hickenlooper will face incumbent Republican Cory Gardner in November meanwhile, businesswoman and Gun Rights Activists Lauren Bogert has unseeded five term. GOP Congressman Scott Tipton in Colorado's third district Tipton was endorsed by President. Trump This is NPR news. Tennessee officials say they plan to require first time voters who register by mail to cast their ballots in person last month, the judge ruled that all eligible Tennessee voters may cast absentee ballots during the coronavirus pandemic, but the judge did not indicate whether his ruling also applies to newly registered voters. Stocks closed higher Tuesday despite ominous warnings about the rise in Corona virus infections. NPR's Scott reports the Dow Jones. Industrial average jumped two hundred seventeen points. The Dow rose more than eight tenths of a percent, the broader s and P, five hundred index climb more than one and a half percent, capping off the best quarter for the SNP. More than two decades, all the major stock indexes at bounced back strongly since bottoming out in late March, but those gains could be fragile. Fragile than half the states are now saying an acceleration in new corona. Virus Infections Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome. Powell told lawmakers a surge in cases could undermine the public confidence. It's necessary for an economic recovery in a separate hearing Dr Anthony Fauci warned measures of the pandemic in this country are moving in the wrong direction Scott. horsely NPR news Washington us. Futures are down slightly in pre market, trading and shares mostly higher on markets across Asia down a fraction in Tokyo. New York's attorney. General and lawyers in a class action lawsuit have announced in nearly nineteen million dollar settlement with Harvey Weinstein and his former studios board of Directors Weinstein was convicted earlier this year of raping and assaulting two of dozens of women accusing him of sexual misconduct. I'm Shay Stevens. This is NPR news. Support for NPR..
"tokyo new york" Discussed on World News Analysis
"Feature for daily lives helping transform businesses and industries, then how will these set of global Jones standards affect global Joe industry. They're extremely important because of the areas that you mentioned and also think that benefits to humankind of connecting hospitals. If there are areas where there are rural areas where there's not a ground infrastructure highways. I'm thinking, maybe Africa that there can be the use of unmanned aircraft that can deliver medical assistance or transportation. If there is a area where this about this area, maybe with skiers hike or something like that that's going to be very very important. So the benefit to humankind on all the. Services that unbanned aircraft will be doing in addition to delivering packages, or what is on the near term horizon. We'll be the use of airborne taxis. That'll be connecting large urban areas. Like in Beijing or Shanghai to airports. The benefits are transformational. What we're going to say as I say with I'm banned aircraft is a major change to aviation as we do will people use their Jones freely with the standards. There's a difference between what is being used now in many parts of the world for recreational use hobbyist if you would compare to the commercial viability of unmanned aircraft, the commercial applications not only will be used for aviation purposes. They'll be a connection to other modes of transportation shipping trains or the. Beal. So the use of recreational hobbyists are being used continue to be the key thing will be what the civil aviation. Authorities will have rules of the airspace. Use right now in China in Japan in America, Canada, Europe. So on there are specific rules of where a hobbyist can't use and fly an aircraft. So they are not in a causing a safety problem with other aircraft. Then what are the challenges in your opinion, seeing steps being taken to integrates unmanned aircraft system into an international level? Some of the challenges are the agreement the international agreement there is a significant effort within the International Civil Aviation authority. I K O located the Montreal part of the United Nations. There is a unbanned aircraft paddle. Developing recommendations for the members of like KO, which is a hundred eighty nine hundred ninety states countries to use the same standards. This is important because then they guidance from Keio like the United Nations goes to the cooperating countries or states these recommendations, likewise, there is an organization of civil aviation authorities that has over forty members it is called a joint thirties for rulemaking on unmanned systems. And there is a standards group part of that which is to ensure that there is agreement in how standards are developed at how the civil aviation authorities would use those standards. This is a very important step that was taken a few years ago to ensure as I said earlier, there is interoperability with unmanned aircraft system. On a global basis. Then you're a penny was the best the international organization for standardization kind reached from the standards, and what can we expect in the near future? The future is here. Now, I cannot rush that more. There are efforts now within all regions of the world including China, including Europe, North American South America for something called urban mobility. In other words, how can a large urban area again, whether it be Beijing, Shanghai, Tokyo, New York or Paris have air operations that are going to use air taxis. That are not only unbanned, but autonomous autonomy will be a key factor right now in how going to look and shape this transportation form for the future and the future. Maybe as early as twenty twenty seven twenty thirty. We can start. See these changes. There is a global changed aviation and just not in the urban area that I mentioned, but wait high above sixty thousand feet what's going to happen with solar aircraft bringing internet connectivity to parts of the planet. That doesn't have it of the seven billion people and right now only a small portion has access to internet has access to the quality of life that were enjoying in China India or an indoor America, silver aircraft or bring internet connectivity and other uses so the whole shape of aviation, as we know it today is changing directly as a result of unmanned aircraft technology that will positively affect mandate. Also, John Walker that share of the international organization for standardization committee on I s OTC twenty s c sixteen or Inman aircraft, systems speaking. With my colleague, Anna six short break here..
"tokyo new york" Discussed on KCRW
"Towards it not away from it. So who should do the running dissolutions well here at the climate summit? A lot of the focus is on what the world's biggest cities can and should do here. Twenty seven cities, including Los Angeles announced their greenhouse gas emissions have gone into reverse every year. They're emitting less at a press conference LA mayor Garcetti crowed about how Los Angeles is changing. It's polluting ways. Slowly. But surely, Los Angeles was synonymous the nineteen sixties and seventies with smog with poor air quality. It was mothers with gas masks at our city hall with dolls that were like dead babies in their hands who pushed our city government to change our regional government and our state government to change and a reduced by ninety percent pollution in my city. And as mayor of Los Angeles, the third largest urban economy in the world now after Tokyo, New York that we're happy to be able to announce that we have kept our emissions. And driven them down. In fact, the last year that we able to count an entire year two thousand sixteen we reduced our emissions in Los Angeles by eleven percent because an of seven hundred thirty seven thousand cars being taken off our streets and just twelve months of work, and I'm proud of my people in Los Angeles because we have one third the consumption per capita carbon footprint of the American average. And I wear two hats today, not just as vice chair of c forty but as the American chair and founder and co chair now of climate mayors a group that said when Donald Trump said, we're out of the Paris accords. We got together and said, we're in four hundred and seven cities, strong Conforti, seven states absolutely representing seventy million Americans the global climate summit, though is infestation more than the work of governments to fight climate change. Private industry has a huge presence here with companies showing off what they're doing to save the planet one person who's been learning about that is reporters. Sonja neurone so Sonia here, we are on the main floor at the climate summit. And there is a huge corporate presence here. Right. I mean, you you really just cannot overstate that. That's right. It's all so there are people from the tech companies from Facebook from Google from Salesforce, and then big companies like McDonald's and WalMart, and they're all over the place, and they're talking about corporate sustainability and.
"tokyo new york" Discussed on The Edyne Plancy Show
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"tokyo new york" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
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"tokyo new york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The world billions of photos taken and shed capturing our lives are loves important talent not so important moments that we go through we hit the streets of two major global cities nairobi on new delhi to find out the stories behind pictures that people take versed in new delhi and one students adventurous day away from his studies minor maseru admire lemerre irish sugar floor doc in a world of autodial registered game lindner manner dog riches were illustration in india and a very nice is to visit so liver in bear the bumgarner clashes with my friends and dick affordable graf abbas staring in delhi home last two years and it is a very politics are deep so when run dead with laser how did he addis clear iran in my mind is clear of the app boop allowed living gritty peacefully and enjoying the a life but in delhi it is the added ready paulo video there are so many things that got polluting legco vicky factories so uh polluted waters but he was uh first of all we should chinyanja than uh change itself and we regain our environment a picture of the himalayas by way of the streets from alabama in the indian capital new delhi on experts okeafa the south african tony gum has been described as perhaps the coolest go in cape town by vogue magazine tony is the artistic alterego of z folk gum who self portrayed set against township on suburban life in south africa have been met with critical acclaim and earned her devoted online following as style which combine self portrayed fashion m social commentary has been celebrated around the world and propelled her to tokyo new york and venice yet she thinks of herself as an artist in learning the cultural thought mines muhammed ali met tear in cape town and found out what drives how to frame her world three photography the stories that i'm telling of the the closer story the casa culture the young black o the black people in general and the african and then it speaks to the.
"tokyo new york" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The great information we'll be back rid of this the john kinship will give you the latest at long beach pd and the some more stuff a right after this kfi am 640 more stimulating thought debra mark with the news has privatised saying police along these same multiple people have been injured in a shooting at a business near the corners of long beach boulevard in san antonio drive it was initially reported shortly before 230 this after new as an active shooting cop say the accuse shooter is no longer a threat kfi reporter andrew mullin back is on the way there and we will be hearing from him shortly two brothers accused of using a single ticket to board a flight from la x to tokyo forcing a mid air turnaround are facing possible criminal charges this woman who was on the flight so she has one big question if there wasn't there are conflicts and seat assignment the brothers are accused of getting onto the all nippon airways flight this week using duplicates of a single boarding pass even though one of them had bought a ticket on a different airline the a n a flight turned back to la x four hours into the trip to tokyo new york city's deadliest house fire in decades is being blamed on child's play gone wrong the apartment fire in the bronx killed at least twelve people last night including four kids officials say a three year old boy started the fire by playing with a stove abc's josh einiger says the first firefighters arrived within minutes by fire that has already asper oregon after a second third or floored and they're start onion victim people who are according to one eyewitness badly burned there were very low golfer of the building and people were fire officials say the flames spread so quickly because after the boy started the fire his mom ran out with him and left the door open that fire spread up a stairwell the tsa is on track to.
"tokyo new york" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420
"Cbs news i'm gary nunn the house speaker paul ryan says today special counsel robert muller needs to see the russia election meddling investigation to its end ryan on fox news sunday asked muller should be fired i've said all along we need to let these career professionals do their jobs see it through so no i don't think he should be stepping down i don't think he be fired i don't and the president's made clear is not going to do that the senate intelligence committee is one of several panels on capitol hill also conducting meddling investigations ranking democrat mark warner on cbs's face the nation says a lot of work lies ahead there are still a number of the principles for example mr trump junior what we still need to see we've talked to a lot of folks who were in that me socalled june 9th meeting that's the june 2016 trump tower meeting when donald trump junior and then campaign manager paul manafort met with a russian lawyer who promised opposition research on hillary clinton president trump and japanese prime minister shin so obey conferred over dinner mr trump saying the two like each other and our countries like each other ending the first day president trump's fivenation trip to asia earlier the president spoke to a gathering of us forces on duty in japan cbs news correspondent stephen portnoy in his speech to some of the fifty thousand us troops stationed here in japan president trump said american result should never be underestimated every once in a while in the past they underestimated as it was not pleasant for them was it over nearly two weeks of meetings in five countries mr trump aims to bolster us trade in the region rally allies against north korea ill me here tomorrow with families of japanese citizens held captive by the kim regime steven portnoy cbs news with the president in tokyo new york city marathon on underway security extremely tight the memory of the deadly bike path truck attack still fresh.
"tokyo new york" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"What gotti four point five fm and am seven seventy news radio kkob alvac turkey cbs news i'm gary nunn the house speaker paul ryan says today special counsel robert muller needs to see the russia election meddling investigation to its end ryan on fox news sunday if muller should be fired i've said all along we need to let these career professionals do their jobs sia through so no i don't think he should be stepping down i don't think he'd be fired up in the president's made clear is that going to do that the senate intelligence committee is one of several panels on capitol hill also conducting meddling investigations ranking democrat mark warner on cbs's face the nation serves a lot of work lies ahead there are still a number of the principles for example mr trump jr what we still only to see we've talked to a lot of folks who are in socalled june 9th meeting that's the june 2016 trump tower meeting when donald trump junior and then campaign manager paul manafort met with a russian lawyer who promised opposition research on hillary clinton president trump and japanese prime minister shinjo obey conferred over dinner mr trump say the two like each other and our countries like each other ending the first day president trump's fivenation trip to asia earlier the president spoke to a gathering of us forces on duty in japan cbs news correspondent stephen portnoy in a speech to some of the fifty thousand us troops stationed here in japan president trump said american result should never be underestimated every once in a while and the polls they underestimated as it was not pleasant for them was it over nearly two weeks of meetings in five countries mr trump aims to bolster us trade in the region rally allies against north korea he'll meet here tomorrow with families of japanese citizens held captive by the kim regime steven portnoy cbs news what the president in tokyo new york city marathon on underway security extremely tight the memory of the deadly bike path truck attack still fresh.
"tokyo new york" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Like you know all men kids that may be a coconut none there's the grand piano i think this hurricane season has been nature's grand piano of the hey that warm water that's delicious and makes me so big and strong i think a warm atlantic ocean is coconut water with b 12 for hurricanes because the this is like ridiculous i um an and then hello two weeks ago we have the earthquake on the honduran mexican border and then mexico city was which is in the top three most populated cities in the world all the time it's like tokyo new york mexico city they just they just change hats so you get this super populated area getting hit twice bam bam that has nothing to do with global warming but i'll tell you why and i'm going to say this out loud and you can say like unique you're crazy because it won't be the first time i've heard it in my life i got us think that exploding bombs under the crust of the earth that register as earthquakes like korea did less than a month ago north korea does does not rattling and rumbling stuff under the earth's crust may be create like other rumbles you now when you're when you're done that she is wrinkle the deve doesn't go on like like you can ever wrinkle in the bottom of your bed sheet in the top of the deve is going to be a little funky loppy because it's all kinds of connected i don't know how that works specifically but uh you know i'm being i'm being positive and that some times it takes a piano on the head to say hey why don't we all just take a a pause a chill look around and say all right maybe i'm gonna drive a little less than a shut my lights off i'm gonna you know whatever it is takes i think even the.
"tokyo new york" Discussed on WJR 760
"The top of the hour break warren buffett pulse pessimists about the united states out of their minds mm uncertainty about how the united states will cope with the growing problems in the world is not dampen warren buffett's optimism for the country's prospects over the long term even one hundred years into the future whenever i think people talk pessimistically about this country i think they're out of their minds he said on tuesday night tokyo new york in an event celebrating the one hundredth anniversary of forbes magazine and is on the cover of the issue featuring one hundred of the world's greatest living business minds buffet says he expects that the dow jones industrial average to be over one million in one hundred years over a million of yes up from the twenty two thousand three hundred seventy it was a tuesdays closed he said that's not unreasonable given how the index was roughly at eighty one a century ago but he says he knows you won't be around to see that happens he said when i hear i hear talking about making it to one hundred i get excited he said i'm eighty seven he said he recently determined that of the fifty three thousand three hundred and sixty four people in the united states who were at least one hundred years old the ratio of women two men were women five two one buffett said because of that he is thinking of a sex change prompting laughter a itc's i thought maybe he would be considering it a dating man or something and i'm rallies i guess he's getting into the whole thing that if i say i'm a woman i'm a woman therefore i can live longer yeah it doesn't work that way biologically sorry the dozen not saying he won't lived 100 he might but not because he has a sexchange is it at disney on like a coke in kandy diet is that buffet and some heat he drinks coca cola major shareholder in cocoa um he'd said mcdonald's he he and bill gates have these mcdonald's passes now the now bill gates pass is good for any mcdonald's in the world and i think warren buffett's pass is was only limited to like a one year thing and it's only in the us go get built hits gets a you know whatever he wants of mcdonald's for free bugg i'm sure because you know he needs he needs what we need to help the.
"tokyo new york" Discussed on WTMA
"The top of the hour break warren buffett calls pessimists about the united states out of their minds uncertainty about how the united states will cope with the growing problems in the world is not dampen warren buffett's optimism for the country's prospects over the long term even one hundred years into the future whenever i think people talk pessimistically about this country i think they're out of their minds he said on tuesday night tokyo new york in an event celebrating the one hundredth anniversary of forbes magazine and his on the cover of the issue featuring one hundred of the world's greatest living business minds buffet says he expects that the dow jones industrial average to be over one million in one hundred years over a million of yes up from the twenty two thousand three hundred seventy it was a tuesdays closed he said that's not unreasonable given how the index was roughly at eighty one a century ago but he says he knows you won't be around to see that happens he said when i hear i hear talking about making it to one hundred i get excited he said i'm eighty seven he said he recently determined that of the fifty three thousand three hundred and sixty four people in the united states who were at least one hundred years old the ratio of women two men were women five two one buffett said because of that he is thinking of a sex change prompting laughter a itc's i thought maybe he would be considering it a dating or something and i'm rallies i guess he's getting of the whole thing that if i say a woman i'm a woman therefore i can live longer yeah it doesn't work that way biologically sorry the dozen not saying he won't lived 100 he might but not because he has a sex change is it at disney on like a coke in kandy diet is that buffet and some heat he drinks coca cola major shareholder and cocoa um he of mcdonald's he he and bill gates have these mcdonald's passes now in the now bill gates pass is good for any mcdonald's in the world and i think warren buffett's pass is was only limited to like a one year thing and it's only in the us go get built his gets a you know whatever he wants a big donald's for free well mean i'm sure.
"tokyo new york" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And on and on so yeah and and and and it's you know it's the all idf you can make it here you can make it anywhere you go to the city and year you may failed but then again you may get a toehold in you may make it big is these cities try and cold and figure out a way to provide what these people need as the population grows i imagine that it strains some of these economies quite a bit in developing areas or some or in some cases undeveloped areas is there assistance is there incentive for wealthier nations to help in this effort is there any sort of where our guest is the economic backing come from if these countries and cities can't find it in realistically were living in a world where it's we're not going to expect wealthy nations to have massive transfers to these poor countries and they pretty much have to lift themselves up by their own bootstraps and so what's good to be required is smarter management and things like this and why you organization project it's not money that and ways providing it's an idea of digging also from the sort of market standpoint or they're going to is their debt issuance municipal funding there or the those types of institutions in place within these countries small cities that most people haven't heard of the ones that you're talking about a very porous countries are eligible for world bank loans it entered subsidised interest rates the the countries that are a tear up from that can sometimes borrow in a private markets but definitely the capital needs are enormous and the potential is there for success because the look look in as i right in the article around the time the civil war they were pigs and cows roaming the streets of washington dc there were typhoid outbreaks in tokyo new york had receded outbreaks of cholera paris was ed infant child prostitution these were not nice places to live and look where they are today they're superstar cities had a lot of the questions but that's a great place to leave it on an optimistic note pierre coy thank you thank you and at wraps up a bloomberg business week from bloomberg radio.