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Fresh update on "twenty twenty one" discussed on Raceline Radio
"Italy december the sixth covert nineteen forcing the cancellation of not. Only the of the twenty thousand canadian rally championship presented by subaru. But also the opening round of the twenty twenty one schedule. The rally pierce Men sequel back down for the first weekend of february yachts ashamed but necessary of course at this stage with his pandemic drag racing covid nineteen preventing the nhra from their usual extended interviews with their division champions at season's end but we have arranged our own direct one on one with twenty twenty now three time nitro funny car. Champion matt hagen and we will roll that for you next week right here across the race. Line radio network fascinating guy great drag racer just celebrated his thirtieth birthday to bikes. Gp there's in capper in portugal. Miguel olivera flag the flag win to secure victory on home soil. Nice going franko. Morbidelli takes the runner up spot and do caddy securing. This year's manufacturers crown spaniard. John mir with a d. n. f. In this one this zouqi writer though clinched the twenty twenty motor. Gp title at the last round at valencia. Spain faces in the pits. Our good friend and former.
Ferrari now in favour of F1 engine freeze from 2022
"So on the need someone needs to make you some more space but elsewhere in the news. I suppose We should probably start with ferrari. I guess Today they have suggested that it would now back an engine freeze now. This is something that rebels been asking for because as we know home there is expected to undergo palau at the end of two thousand. Twenty one and red bulls ideal scenario that to kind of take on this the engines. But it needs an engine. Free said it doesn't have to fronts the cost of the development itself and ferrari been against this when asked previously and now it's made this year ten john. What's what's changed its mind. Maybe some ferrari engine donna figures. I twenty twenty one engine. Perhaps if you're is classic from london if you're the team in front than you'll be more than happy to freeze anything to stop your rivals have the ability to catch up. And if you'll behind you want everything you put in development totally free so you can make the the steps forward that you want Was very interesting. Ferrari of basically said that they would support a potential freeze from twenty twenty. Two still get some scope for improvement next year under certain conditions. Which are that the the all new engine that formula increasing. Whatever this new hybrid will be from. Twenty supposedly twenty-six comes forward to twenty twenty-five and efan commits heavily to sustainable fuels of this biofuel carbon recaptured fuel. Or whatever that that final full mattis but so it wants to see you. If one heading in these this direction the engines in on that front will accept a freeze on that front but then kristen hornets spike in tonight and was asked about furrer situation said he always very happy. This is really important at then said but it's important that There is freedom to develop engines in this freeze. If you're behind the to catch up so to me. That's not a freeze. So i think you know may be one of those scenarios that we have in having the coronavirus world especially with the uk government. We come out of lockdown into something. That's still lockdown. Down isn't cool to lockdown so is going to head to a scenario of an engine. Freeze isn't actually an engine.
Fresh update on "twenty twenty one" discussed on Raceline Radio
"Nineteen this woman a one idle this week. Lewis hamilton crown. Twenty twenty champion last week. His seventh with winning turkey. More on this in a second. Don't forget we still have a season of finish off here still to come the number. Twenty th at bahrain. To some of the sixth shock here bahrain and the season capper december thirteenth at abu dhabi. First time in history. We race this close to christmas. Into the last trio montreal's lance stroll can still nail a top. ten points. Finish right now. He's only four points back year ghastly for ten in that tally. So are you still convinced now. Seven time champ. lewis. Hamilton will bolt mercedes hamilton. No isn't signed to race in twenty twenty one but team boss. Total wolf repeats. He'll be chasing more championships with mercedes into next season and beyond in his post race interview. Skysports martin brundle and turkey after he clinched title number seven. Two time michael schumacher's record lewis heaped plenty appraise on his team as he usually does.
Disney to lay off 4,000 more at California, Florida parks
"In more fallout from the corona virus pandemic Disney is planning to lay off another four thousand workers and it's the parks in Florida and California the news came in a pre thanksgiving filing with the securities and exchange commission the Walt Disney company says thirty two thousand employees will be terminated in the first half of fiscal year twenty twenty one an increase of four thousand from previously announced plans in addition thirty seven thousand employees not scheduled for termination have been put on furlough Disney actually closed its parks in March when covered nineteen started spreading in the US the Florida parks reopened in summer with attendance limited and new protocols for social distancing Disney's California parts have yet to re open pending state and local government approvals I'm Ben Thomas
Fresh update on "twenty twenty one" discussed on Double Toasted
"Like cup has been delayed to twenty twenty one people like thank you thank you. Jesus crazy shit right now. That's the last thing. Twenty twenty cup him or the struggle. More that ray as lessening everybody's cup. Fuck with people right now has been delayed from twenty twenty two well actually from twenty eighteen to twenty twenty one That deal see that. That deal was announced. 'cause i was i was thinking about this because i remember they. Yeah was two years ago. I thought it was out already. I just didn't think okay. Well i remember wait on it and thinking that maybe you're right. It was out of something. Because i remember twenty eighteen two years ago when they put out the trailer for was it called the next dish. Oh yeah the next day the next.
Disney to lay off 32,000 as pandemic takes toll on theme parks
"Is upping the number of workers. It will lay off in the first half of twenty twenty one to thirty two thousand as the pandemic continues to slam the theme heart business. Disney's theme parks in california are closed because of state restrictions to slow the spread of the coronavirus and disneyland. Paris was forced to close again late last month. When france imposed lockdown to fight a second wave of the virus but the company's theme parks in shanghai hong kong and tokyo remain open
Fresh update on "twenty twenty one" discussed on Post Show Recaps
"And hello exactly. And i think speaking of the co me lot Even if a gora who plays who plays. Eleanor on star trek mccarter. I think he either hinder outright said that i think in january twenty twenty one is when they're going to start production on season two. I'm very excited for card season two. Yeah so it's interesting. Because i had thought for a while. 'cause we're we're now over halfway through the season so we are very much looking down the barrel end of only about a month and a half left of our big streak of up star trek. I thought that this was going to be our feast or famine but it does seem like knock on wood if they are doing things safely that we could very easily get star trek into wage. One i think we're at least going to get lower deck's and we may even get some disco at the end of twenty twenty one. If things work the way they do. That would be absolutely amazing. Mike and it's nice that at least one. Cbs property has light at the end of the tunnel. Exactly you know they. They they said they sought you know other locations as well and other stipulations but yeah no voting our. He's sort of star. Trek seasons for twenty twenty one fingers crossed at the moment. I guess speaking of voting out. Because michael was voted out. But let's talk about her replacement because we put forward the shortlist last week. And i said that in my heart of hearts i thought it would be tilly and i was just stunned to find out that i was actually right with that when i did not think they would do that. Yeah this is. This is like watching. This is like watching the great british baking. Show finale all over again. It's like it's kind of the person we secretly want it to be. I think maybe deserves it the most but we don't think that the show is going to recognize it and then the show did and it's a good week for redheads right man it's a..
Apple iPhone 12 Pro Demand Expected to Rise
"Analyst. Ming chi kuo predicts better than expected demand for the iphone. Twelve pro models offsetting some weaker than expected demand for the twelve and twelve. Many quo also sees evidence. That apple will redesign the form. Factors the look different for the apple watch and macbooks in the second half of twenty twenty one quote also estimates airpods sales will fall five to ten percent in the next six months and that the next version of the airpods will be delayed until the april june quarter.
Borders are coming down. Were they based on science or politics?
"It is thursday the twenty sixth of november. And we're approaching the festive december norman. Which at least for me in queensland means that board is reopening to almost the rest of australia entirely which is a first for months now which is really great especially families who wanna get together For christmas and new year but were the borders. What do we know about border closures. In terms of how useful they are in stopping the spread. Is it more about science or is it more about politics. It depends on the date. So if you look at the victorian second wave new south wales the clusters in new south. Wales did originate in victoria before they closed the victorian border the where some people who turned up in queensland who would be in victoria so borders do work when you've got a fair bit of virus circulating there but the question is once you get almost no virus circulating. Do the borders need to stay closed. And if you remember queen opened up for a short period before closing gone again before the second wave occurred westminster. There has never really opened up. Although it's it's saying it slightly less onerous now but it's really effectively closed the moment if a borders closed and it's really now from now on wwl i think really effect most other places are open. South australia will eventually have access to states. Once they get over this pick up with the current outbreak. I think from now on is just politics because the risk is so low question is. Are we going to slap a border on again. If there's a cluster outbreak in new south wales or accuster outbreak in victoria me. The probably will be customer outbreaks because we're bringing people from overseas. The provia customer outbreak can in queensland because bringing people from overseas. I we're going to keep going backwards and forwards well propeller. She says no. She's not going to do that well. She's not gonna do that then. Why would she do it. Not in other words. She could do it in the future. Why has she done it in the past. I think that's no that the queensland election is passed then poltics becomes less of an issue. The west australian election is still to come. And i think quite honestly even though the risk is incredibly low if not nonexistent w borders will probably remain closed. Because there's an election coming you can see why states want to protect the resources of the health department's and protect the people that leaving there but it does seem like quite a blunt instrument to control spread. When you think about the size of the states that we have in australia blunt. It may be but it's probably been fairly effective when you had a lot of virus circulating but now is almost non and we're pretty much well in control. The problem you've gotten w for example is people have gone back to virtually back to normal and the virus comes in then you got a problem because it could spread but their risk is much more and the primary mcgowan has said. This martin mcgowan said this much more from hotel. Quarantine then is from new south wales victoria and they would have to do what south australia's done. Which is reboot contact tracing when the get outbreaks. So they're not ready for it and that's part of the problem as well so like you say we're coming into the end of the year with almost completely open borders across australia. What do you say the first half or the. Let's let's start with the first half of twenty twenty one looking like well. We're still waiting for vaccine rollout. Well i think that what will happen is that will continue to bring back people from overseas. Australians from overseas. I suspect we'll see a bubble open up with new zealand. Maybe the pacific islands as well. So there's no quarantine between us because we've got almost no cases so the new zealand to keep on quarantining us going there. We would almost cases. I suspect they will relax and open it up to us. The need us is poorly more than we need them. But that would be nice. Pacific islands pretty low low risk then got singapore which is a bit more awkward because the it being a transportation hob so i think you start to see. Some international bubbles opening up and. I think that you're going to see the odd outbreak here or there in australia but kept under control and we'll get back to some kind of normal life throughout australia and circulating normally no then the question will be at. What point. would you open up our borders to international travel and that will depend. I suspect on digital vaccine passports in other words except you people from overseas if they'd been immunized and of course that will depend on whether the vaccines prevent infection or just covid nineteen disease because if they don't prevent infection then you could be bringing people in from overseas who are carrying covid nineteen and could spread it here but if they prevent in which is going to take a little wild into the twenty twenty one to discover. You may not see vaccine passports being used in australia until we're sure how effective the vaccines are preventing transmission. But i think that you could see international flights starting sooner than many expected. Well
SpaceX, NASA set for historic Crew-1 launch today: Everything to know
"As the first certified launch system in nasa's commercial crew program the crew. One mission marked a series of firsts for crew transportation it is the first international crew of four to launch john. An american commercial spacecraft. It is the first time. The space station's long duration expedition crew size will increase from six to seven crewmembers significantly adding crew time available for scientific research on the station. And it's the first time the faa has licensed a human orbital spaceflight launch. The four commercial crew astronauts will conduct science and station maintenance during their six month. Stay aboard the orbiting laboratory with a return to earth planned for the spring of twenty twenty one the astronauts fittingly named the crew dragon spacecraft resilience highlighting the dedication teams have displayed to make the launch successful during these extraordinary times and proving that when we worked together there's no limit to what we can achieve
PUBG Mobile Announces Massive Prize Pool for 2021
"Pubg mobile is heading into its Global championship for 2020 the pmdc to welcome fans. They made an announcement for the upcoming season, which promises to be a huge one for fans of the mobile Battle Royale and twenty Twenty-One pubg mobile have a total prize pool of fourteen million dollars the highest total prize pool for a mobile a sport in one year in history month that price will be spread across a much larger ecosystem than we saw in twenty-twenty this year pubg mobile operated two leaks the pubg Mobile Pro leagues in South Asia and Southeast Asia off next year. They will add 7 more regions. Those regions are turkey Western Europe Arabia North America Latin America and Brazil. The final region being added is the Commonwealth of Rome. Dependent states, which is basically the old Soviet Bloc with Russia, Ukraine Yugoslavia and other countries in that region, the actual format of the year will be similar to fans of League to split beginning in January and am waiting in a global championship in Fall. There will also be major invitationals held over the summer pubg mobile is seeing record-breaking growth and viewership and fans who want to buy in ahead of next season as the Regent enters the pubg mobile Bots world can watch the pmdc from now until December 20th. The current pmgc is competing for a prize pool of two million dollars. The new pubg mobile format is really important for a couple reasons, It's the biggest mobile Esports structure. We've ever seen attached to one game and it's also the most fleshed-out format for Battle Royale Esports we've ever seen well fortnite has put down more money and prizes. They don't operate Regional leagues and you are close to level. We're going to be seeing from pubg Mobile in 2021. And in other good news for pubg mobile. It seems like the game is on track to be reinstated by the Indian government. India was the name. Growth region for pubg mobile for most of this year and the government banned the game along with a lengthy list of other apps with connections to China a few months ago according to a leak reported by Indian Publications over the weekend. There is a place to bring pubg mobile back to the world's second most populous country sometime soon, but we don't have much more information than that.
The Women Who Revolutionized Fashion with Petra Slinkard
"Seven billion people in the world. We all have one thing in common every day. We all get dressed. Welcome to trust the history of fashion. Podcasts are we explore the who what of why we wear. We are fashion historian and your host april kellyanne and cassidy zachary will hello dressed listeners. Today we are very excited to feature an exhibition. That does something that you know. We love to do on dressed. And that is celebrating the work of bad ass ladies from their history and today. And that's right because today we are welcoming the peabody essex museum fashion and textile curator pitcher sling card to the show to discuss. The exhibition. Made it the women who've revolutionized fashion and as the museum's website says through more than one hundred works made it celebrates the stories of women who revolutionized many aspects of the fashion industry and traces how these efforts parallel history of women's global struggle for equity and opportunity exhibition is actually collaboration between pem and the kunst museum didn't hog in the netherlands and it features clothing from both of these museums collections. As well as from private and public collections and so from every designer from elizabeth keck lead to lady. Lucille gordon to madeleine to bonnie cashin and low mary. Quant and then all the way to more contemporary designers like rei kawakubo Irishman herpin gina. Kuma you do not want to miss this exhibition. It actually just opened in its on view until march twenty twenty one yes and alas we will not be able to make it to salem massachussetts in person this year especially right now so what better way to celebrate this exhibition them by being joined by his co. curator patriot. Welcome to the show. He had show welcome to dress. It's such a pleasure to have you here today thank you. I'm excited to be with you. So you are here to discuss the peabody essex. Museum latest exhibition the women who revolutionized fashion two hundred and fifty years of design as the title suggests. This is not by any means a small topic. Can you tell us about the exhibit and a little bit about the inspiration behind its creation. Sure absolutely So this exhibition actually is a partnership that we did our we're doing i should say With the consortium and then hand in the netherlands and it is an extension of a show. They put on called them. Vitol's strong women and fashion and their show then travelled to belgium and we are essentially kind of the third venue. But it's. It's an interesting collaboration because it's not an identical repaying of their show so they're installation on which was was beautiful and spanned multiple rooms in multiple galleries and our show is going to be designed a little bit differently And part of reason that we were very excited to partner with consortium is that they're so accommodating on really great partners they allowed us to borrow sixty objects from their election which was huge for us because of course the european collection Phenomenal works that represent into the big european designers for which doesn't have that much representation and but of course being in the united states. We really wanted to draw out of some additional stories that pertain to designers the twentieth century. But also american designers For whom there wasn't as much representation in their show the we've been able to augment With twenty five works from our own collection some of which are recent acquisitions and We borrowed a few pieces from the mfa in boston. We brought to pieces from the chicago history museum and then we're working with To private collectors. So there are a hundred eight mannequins in the show. It's a really big show and it does run the gamut. We say two hundred and fifty years. It's not of course the comprehensive look but it does span that timeframe and so why an exhibition dedicated to i mean. This probably goes without saying what inspired you to do. An exhibition dedicated just to women designers. Well that's a great question It actually takes me back to a time in chicago. Because i was working at the post. Your museum as the custom curators there and of course as a social history museum we were definitely thinking about a twenty twenty s. A hallmark year for the anniversary of the ratification of the nineteenth amendment. And so even then this back in two thousand seventeen By partner just kapoor. And i were already beginning to catacomb the collection and look to see what we might do in honor of women. Because of museum itself was looking to do a year of women based programming and exhibitions. My life changed. Because i. I moved tuesday when massachusetts became the vashon. Tech's curator the peabody essex museum. Is i kind of put that idea dressed. Rest until i was scrolling through instagram. One evening saw me ho. Hey who's curator at the museum post image of stack of books and i noticed all the names on the books. And they were all women designers. She said something pithy like coming soon. And you know a strong women fashion.
Seattle City Council approves new budget in 8-1 vote
"Today. The seattle city council passed the twenty twenty one budget in eight to one vote. It includes new tiny house villages and an expansion of the program that sends firefighters and social workers to people in crisis but a central focus in the budget discussions. This fall has been whether this summer's protests calling for massive changes to police budgets and practices would affect sp funding kyw's. Amy radel is here to tell us about the outcome. Amy take us back to the summer when activists i called on city leaders to cut as pd funding by fifty percent right and a majority of seattle city council members agreed to that principle council members did try to make immediate cuts in salaries and certain police units. You know we saw chief carmen. Best resigned over their methods but as discussion began on next year's budget it became clear. The council wasn't seeking a fifty percent cut right away to recent escape a chairs the budget committee. And here's where she says. They ultimately came down regarding our seattle police department. The seattle city council along with the mayor competent combination of both cuts out twenty percent twenty percent and that includes both cuts and transferring some functions outside of spd right twenty percent not fifty percents. So how significant is that reduction Well if you look at other cities it's very significant. Cancel member mosquito has pointed out. Seattle has gone farther in this effort than any other. Us city except maybe austin texas. A year ago cut like this would have been unthinkable but people supporting what they called. the solidarity. budget kept the pressure up rate until the end this week. The council rejected their call to cut another nine million dollars last week and councilmember shama sawant said that was a disappointment and because of that has been justifiable anger and disgust at the establishment over the weekend from thousands of ordinary. People who have been committed to black lives matter. There were car caravans of activists to city council members homes this weekend and today the council agreed to cut an additional two million dollars from. Spd's budget They say that cut should make it so there will be no net increase in police officers hired next year They expect a higher the same number as the number projected to leave which is one hundred and fourteen officers
Atlanta - Social media thrilled with JT Daniels performance, but ponders why Kirby Smart didn’t play him sooner
"From dog nation. Social media thrilled. Jt daniels performance. But ponders why kirby smart didn't play him. Let's welcome in the author of that article connor. Thank you for being with us. First of all. Let's talk about the good news. I the fact that he played well for those who missed the game and it was not exactly the feature game of the day How did he play. I thought he was fantastic. Four hundred yards four touchdowns as the first georgia quarterback to do that since twenty thirteen for a program that has had lingering questions about this going back even pass through the twenty nine thousand nine season to have a performance like this especially when they couldn't run the ball. At all this was the worst rushing performances. One thousand nine hundred eighty six which is a total yards. Jt daniels doesn't play the way he does it. I think it's pretty fair to say. The georgia probably loses to mississippi state team numbers. Not that highly thought of coming into saturday. We're talking to kinda raw and lane kiffin alluded to that as well. Which is just a shocking statement. Is it not that we we ended up getting to this point for those who have not followed the vagaries connor of jt daniels. Do we know what the hold up was with him. in terms of clarence yeah so. His dad came out and made some comments today. You can read them a dog nation where he wasn't one hundred percent ready to go and august and even september. We know he wasn't clear to play in. That arkansas game came out right before the auburn game. Second game of the season and said jt daniels physically clear to play. Football games and reality is yours. Second game of the year. We didn't end up seeing him until the seventh game. We know he took that knee. Brace off prior to the tennessee game and practices in warm ups. But for whatever reason we didn't see him it may have been an issue of how comfortable he was in his knee. And the level of mobility that kirby smart was looking for that's something he's referenced. Many times based off what we saw on saturday that mobility was there the ability to make plays in really. I think the biggest question at least fans people who follow the program asked me or how close was jt daniels to what we saw on saturday back on november seventh when georgia played florida because if daniels plays like he did on saturday against florida. There's a real chance of jordan. Finds a way to at least made that game closer and possibly even win. It just truly amazing to think about how different this georgia season is and while they're having a better season than most two losses of Effectively out and georgia was expecting to be in atlanta at the end of the year and not watching on television or playing in another game. Just give us your your your read on the energy that has now maybe been brought back to a program that was seemingly dead in the aftermath of the florida game. It was a it was a mighty big fall from grace. Do you think this is going. Yeah people's energized. Even i think if. Jt daniels keeps playing away. He does. It is gonna keep people interested in tuned in the rest of the season. 'cause you point out. This is georgia program. Where going eight and two this year in a burst in the peach bowl. That doesn't do it for them. There was a lot of negative energy around this program. Losing the florida so for daniels will come out. Look good look like a possible at least certainly this season and potentially even long term solution at the quarterback position there for georgia. I think that's huge place. While again against south carolina and finishes the season out strong. I do think that can build a lot of momentum towards that twenty twenty one season when a lot of these skill players. That played really well on saturday night. Also come back to the storage team.
"Good vaccine news just keeps on coming on the backs of really promising news. From the pfizer. Biontech and madonna now oxford astrazeneca have announced the preliminary results from their phase three trials which showed overall seventy percent efficacy as reminder madonna and visor biotechs. Vaccines both currently show around ninety. Five percent efficacy but seventy percent is still very solid. That's about where dr fauci had been saying. He'd be very pleased to see. But i overall seventy percent. Because there's a weird quirk of the oxford astrazeneca vaccine. That i as someone who is not an immunologist. Don't quite understand but hopefully we'll get more information on it in the coming days. Here's what i can tell you for now. The vaccine like the pfizer biontech one would need to be distributed in two doses however the first dose just needs to be half a dose for some reason. Doing a half dose on the first injection makes the whole vaccine overall more effective than if you got to hold doses quoting stat news. The preliminary results on the astrazeneca vaccine were based on a total one hundred. Thirty one covid nineteen cases in a study involving eleven thousand three hundred sixty three participants. The findings were perplexing to full doses of the vaccine appeared to be only sixty two percent effective at preventing disease while a half dose followed by a full dose was about ninety percent effective. That ladder analysis was conducted on a small subset of the study participants. Only two thousand seven hundred forty one a us based trial being supported by operation. Warp speed is testing the two full dose regimen. That may soon change. Astrazeneca plans to explore adding the half dose full dose regimen to its ongoing clinical trials in discussions with regulatory agencies spokesman told stat in an email and quotes and quoting from the new york times. The oxford scientists said they were still trying to understand why the vaccine was more effective at a smaller first dose. The first is supposed to prime the immune system while the second is supposed to boost its response while it seemed counter intuitive for a smaller i dose to be more effective. They said that strategy. More closely mimic. What happens with a real infection. End quotes peter openshaw professor of experimental medicine at imperial college. London explained to the associated. Press that vaccines. don't work. Like normal drugs where a higher dose produces more effects. The immune system is more complicated. Openshaw also notes that if indeed people do only need half a dose for one of the injections that's great news because it will be even cheaper to produce for more people. This was the vaccine candidate. That i was most excited about early on because it seemed like they kind of had a head start quoting the new york. Times astrazeneca's macos vaccine is designed to genetically altered in a dinner virus found in chimps. So that it harmlessly mimics the corona virus and provoke an immune response vaccine deploying. That technology has never won approval but the approach has been studied before notably in a small two thousand eighteen study of an experimental vaccine against the virus that causes middle east respiratory syndrome or mergers that viruses related to sars cov two the novel corona virus that causes covid nineteen so when covid nineteen emerged the team of scientists at oxford's jenner institute that had been leading the work on similar corona viruses. Had a head start once. The genetic code of sars cov two was published in early january. The oxford team sped to adapt their platform to the new corona virus and begin animal testing and quotes the other win in oxford. Astrazeneca's corner is unlike the pfizer. Biontech vaccine this latest one does not require any special refrigeration just standard storage and transportation temperatures of two eight degrees celsius or thirty six to forty six degrees fahrenheit and it can be stored for up to six months. The moderna vaccine requires cooler temperatures of negative four degrees fahrenheit but then can be stored at normal refrigeration temperatures after thawing in can be stored as such for a month. The pfizer biontech vaccine. Meanwhile requires dry. Ice to store at negative seventy degrees celsius or negative ninety four degrees fahrenheit s- that makes the oxford astrazeneca vaccine much more appealing for areas without the infrastructure or funding to sustain the pfizer. Biotech cold chain. And with that in mind. Astrazeneca is applying for early approval wherever it can as well as an emergency useless stained from the world health organization so that it can be made available in low income countries they plan to produce three billion doses next year and are committed to providing it at cost around the world through july. Twenty twenty one. The vaccine costs around three or four. Us dollars significantly less than the others late stage. Trials are continuing in the us. Japan russia south africa kenya and latin america and further trials are planned for other european and asian countries. So definitely more good news but watch this space for more
Germany's CureVac vaccine goes ahead in the Netherlands
"German pharmaceutical company CureVac says it signed a contract to produce major quantities of the coded nineteen vaccine under development in the Netherlands the company will produce its vaccine using M. RNA technology that's what because site in Amsterdam in the first half of twenty twenty one the plans for one hundred million doses of the queue of actual per year with the potential for expansion the company says the vaccine could be stalled after regular refrigerator temperatures for up to three months and even on refrigerated after regular room temperatures for a period of twenty four hours Q. that isn't as far along in these trials as others however but says it plans to initiate a phase two clinical study before year's end I'm Charles de Ledesma
Conflicting Views : Aviation Will Need 27,000 New Pilots in 2021 as Shortage Continues Despite Downturn
"Nick. You're the one that Included this in our news segment and so oversee user. You thought this was Very interesting because it just shows two sides of the same coin We're talking really about New pilot training so the fast article. was trying to Casey who wrote it. sauce ca For the picture came from could be flight fly. Global is the one that had the article. Okay so they article is Aviation will need twenty seven thousand new pilots in twenty twenty one. That's not far away. Twenty twenty one Any a couple of months. I'm this same. Despite the industry slump and massive layoffs global civil aviation industry will require twenty seven thousand pilots up over the All Record of a million in the coming decade The full cost comes from the canadian. Training and simulation provide a c. e. And i think most of us know that because that company because they built an provides does round the world and almost all of my simulator flying. That's why i say i hate hate. They don't have a new. They're saying This number of active policies declined Between eighty seven thousand By around eighty seven thousand to around three hundred thousand but we bump up to an estimated. Three hundred seventy four thousand by the end of twenty twenty one say. See a Now you've got. Let's say this company that make a whole bunch of simulators which Which of soon valley replied of various essential part of pilot. Training saying there's going to be huge domed. The other side of the coin came from The british airline pilots association and was video giving a warnings to People who are thinking of starting a career now and investing. The huge amounts of money required To to enroll in one of the approved courses So if we can play that jeff over here Prepare that to be played to okay. i can do that. Maybe i just had. That's just a picture that you see on the And the are the note Yes Is that's just pitcher. You'd have to get a youtube clip but it's a nice lady from british A cessation basically. You can find that on. Youtube will just go to the website. Basically saying that Anyone considering starting a career right now should do so. We great caution because Despite the this forecast and other forecasts by training providers the So many unemployed and very well qualified pilots out there still looking for jobs. The market is likely to be so depressed over the next few years that they're saying that we would recommend you hold off a making any big decisions about when to start your flying training. If you want to. And i have to say i would. A hundred percent agree before you start training. It's relatively easy having not yet made a a financial commitment to Go find yourself another job for a couple of years. Watch the market see what is actually happening with their lines whether their blossoming and whether things happening But once you've made a commitment and you throw all that money at it If you come out the other end and the market still depression. There's no job You've got the great problem of all your qualifications. Timing out before you can find someone to employees and what's more you may find yourself in a job that doesn't play particularly well and you've been a huge loan to service so i'm have a good strong think about it and this particular pair of articles really am fa- sizes the two different sides. You only listen to one side and he listened to all the predictions of lots of jobs. And you'll be fine and carry on an not to the other side from the professional pilots unions. That are out there advising you take care of it. You can't make a poor decision
Biden expected to visit Georgia in push to boost Ossoff, Warnock
"Senate control is still up for grabs as you know. Democrats will have to win both runoffs in georgia to take control of the senate. Here's what the president-elect told me about the importance of senate control back in february. I think i'm more ready to be able to defeat. Donald trump and equally importantly george elect a democratic senate. It's not gonna be enough just to beat him. We have to change the senate in order to get things done. Wasn't he right. Then you know one. Former obama official told dan balls to the washington. Post is the difference between having a transformational president versus having to not negotiate everything with a republican senate. Well those two senate seats georgia is important. And we're going to do everything we can to help. Those two cats great candidates in georgia helped them win. We've already move people who were working on the bike. Campaign on the recounts down there over to be supportive in the field work for our two candidates down there and i expect you'll see the president-elect travel down there before election day so it's very very important to win those seats the thing the reality of course georgia's that even if we win them. Both and i think we will win the both. I think both candidates doing a great job. We're going to have a closely divided senate kind of under any scenario and i think one challenge that president-elect taken on is trying to work with members of both parties to build consensus for action on things like economic relief like climate change like dealing with our other crises are racism crisis the challenge of fixing our immigration laws and of course obviously fighting covid so We're gonna have a closely divided. Senate whatever happens in. Georgia obviously ruined a win. Those seats i really want to see. Chuck schumer be the next majority leader in the us. Senate i think he and the president-elect have a great relationship. But i know they have a great relationship but however that comes out we are going to deliver for the american people. And that's the mission. Look i think that voters sent a clear sign in twenty twenty and the sign they sent was the want to see things get done. They want action on cove. The economy climate healthcare bringing down health. Care costs wants the action on all of that. We're going deal with whatever lineup. We're faced with in washington to get that done. It would be better if that light was a democratic senate. But if unfortunately i think. I don't think this will happen. But if we were to lose those seats in georgia we're gonna move forward with whatever senate gets elected. There's going to be some tension between getting unity. Getting things done working with republicans in investigating any wrongdoing that occurred during the trump administration. The vice president's been reported as express a preference that he has is presence he consumed by trump investigations that has raised some concerns about among some democrats including congressman. Bill pascrell. Who had this to say this week. Failure to hold financial and political wrongdoing accountable in the past has invited greater malfeasance by bad actors. A repeat of those failures and twenty twenty one further emboldens criminality by our national leaders and continues america down the path of lawlessness and authoritarianism. There must be accountability. How do you balance moving forward with getting accountability. Well let's be clear george. The president-elect spoke about this many times the campaign and what he made it clear that joe biden is not going to tell the justice department who to investigate or who not to investigate. That's what we saw the past four years. The president tampering with the justice department. Egging on investigation so and so forth. He's gonna pick an excellent attorney. General an independent justice department and that department will make decisions independently free of politics free in either direction as to how to enforce the laws. That's the way it should be. That's the way it's always been. That's the way it needs to be if we're going to have the kind of rule of law that so important in our country we're gonna see attorney general state department of treasury. Pick this week. What what. I can confirm george is that you're going to see the first of the president-elect's cabinet appointments on tuesday of this week Meeting the pace Beating in fact the pace that was set by the obama biden transition Beating the pace set by the trump transition So you're going to see. The first cabinet picks this tuesday. But if you wanna know what cabinet agencies they are a who's going to be in those cabinet agencies you'll have to wait for the president-elect to say that Himself on tuesday. I knew you were gonna tell me who it was. I was hoping you might tell me which ones thank you well. We watching claim we want people to to george.
Raptors denied permission to play in Canada, head to Tampa
"The raptors they were going to begin the two thousand twenty twenty one season in tampa florida now. This is due to the restrictions in and out of canada. If you cross the border right now not only. Do you need special permission. But you're supposed to do a fourteen day quarantine on either side. That would be a problem. Not just for the raptors players but any potential opponents. So here we go. They've settled on floored. It's going to be in the same arena as the tampa bay. Lightning hold their. Nhl games and an important key about that guy's florida is one of the states. That has a shockingly higher number on the amount of people allowed for indoor gatherings than a lot of the other states that the raptors were considering. There are a lot of canadians who retire and go spend some winters in florida. So i would not be surprised. And this is just conjecture on my part. But i wouldn't be surprised if the idea of potential ticket. Sales came into that as
Thompson has torn Achilles tendon, expected to miss season
"So it's the injury everybody's talking about but with clay sadly you gotta specify which injury you're talking about. Are you talking about the one in game. Six of the twenty nine thousand finals. The last time we saw him play a game or the one suffered earlier in the week. Which is an achilles tendon. Tear he is now out. It could be if the calendars right two and a half years between games. We're looking forward to having him back at the start of the twenty twenty one. Twenty two season knick. Fidel has been all over the warriors for years and he joins us on the shell. Pennzoil performance line nick. Good morning first thing. Just the response in and around the organization on the news zubin. Everybody's just depressed excited leading into the draft. And in the fact that wiseman was there at number two he was number one on their board and and they were just really looking forward to having steph klay draymond and then plugging in wiseman and seeing what we can give them and then they range of emotions in those couple of hours before the draft and then after the draft they really couldn't even celebrate. Everybody was so sad about clay. I mean he is the guy behind the scenes with all the star power in that locker room that sets the tone for everybody else. And that's why kerr and all those players they love it and so to know that he's going to be out again for another year which just crushing for. Everybody involved nikki. Give us an insight. Into how bob myers and company dealt with the news of klay thompson literally hours before the nba draft that make their decision challenging more challenging looking at other guys like lamelo ball considering he was going to be available. Jay bob address that right afterwards instead. Look wiseman was our guy if he was there we were taken him and obviously if the emotions involved right before the big or unprecedented we. We really never seen anything like it. Before where a star player who has won titles in an organization gets another serious injury right before you gotta make a huge selection for your future but all along when you talk to people in the organization they love what wise men could give them and they're confident that once he gets into their system playing and learning alongside draymond that he can be maybe that bridge or potentially down the line Tracey's nobody knows for sure but wiseman all along was their guy in. I don't think anything that happened with. Clay change to focus when he was number two
How Gen Z/Millennials use podcasts
"Listening habits. Thirteen to thirty four year olds have been highlighted by team whistle her research company in the us and the uk. Two thirds prefer podcast to box. We linked to the full research from our show notes and newsletter today glow has launched refer matic a paid tool to incentivize your listeners to share your show beat idea. Volvo spent two point. One million dollars on podcasts advertising in october according to new data from gallon is highlighting advertising increases. The automaker was promoting luxury. Suv the top podcast. Advertisers were amazon at number three with two point. Seven million dollars ziprecruiter at number two with three million dollars and at number one just gonna take a quick break from the show and tell you a little bit more about better health. How better helped dot com. That's right that's right at number one slot help an online counselling service one for those still wondering how the apple podcast chance work. Pull culligan posts. All the cool kids says ratings and reviews places apple podcasts but our client is currently and legitimately and number five in all of health and fitness without a single review. The podcast is strength. Changes everything the tribeca film festival has added a new podcast section for the first time. Submissions will open for fiction and narrative. Nonfiction podcasts amazon. Music quietly launched in mexico and brazil in mexico. The company has also launched and exclusive podcast and lasala hosted by latino artists becky. G there's also an original in brazil to sirius. It is the new destination for original exclusive and popular. podcasts claims. A press release promoting new podcast with marvel entertainment. We've covered their relationship with stitcher in two thousand eighteen. And when they signed with pandora and sirius. Xm in twenty nine thousand nine hundred companies also announced further exclusives. According to quayle's ultimate guide to branded podcasts. Twenty twenty one will be the biggest podcasts yay yet as with covid nineteen on the rise. Advertisers move marketing spending towards podcasting to connect with their customers during lockdowns and experience of tad for two hundred and eighty million dollars. Work with companies. like pod. sites aac asked chargeable and adds ways among others diving into a conspiracy theory involving the cia and the deadly virus. Impo cost news sons versus has been looking at a pandemic but this pandemic was in nineteen. Seventy-one happened in cuba involved. Pigs and might have been put there by the cia. The invincibles park. Assassins is a new true crime series from ireland's taking listeners. Back to dumpling. In victorian times and assassination squads to british rule and the new police force set up to track the culprits. Whatever happens to from curious. Cast in canada looks at what happens after the cameras shut off the reporters walk away. Just because a story disappears from the news doesn't mean it's gone after all it's brand new and launched yesterday and whatever happens to pizza at mcdonald's is nothing to do with the above forecast. I just found it as i was searching. That if you went appalled fest expo two thousand and nineteen the answer already because right across the street from that hotel was the only mcdonald's in the world that still says pizza even today and that's an interesting piece of news that you never thought you'd hear on podcast about podcasting news. And
America’s Zombie Companies Have Racked Up $1.4 Trillion of Debt
"Zombie apocalypse on wall street. Hundreds of big name companies wants american icons are now among the walking dead names like boeing carnival delta exxon macy's. They aren't making enough money to pay the interest. On the mountains of debt they feasted on during the pandemic. Nearly two hundred companies have joined the zombie ranked since march and their numbers are growing total debt obligations now nearly one point four trillion dollars. So is there any hope for the walking dead here guy. I mean what's interesting. Is that a lot of these names. They are names that we talk about trading on this show. So how should we start thinking about this before we get in the walking dead. I just want to point out. That's a great job by our crack. staff leading. With of course the cranberries zombie which is a bit of an obvious choice in the great delors. Oh reared who lost too soon. She was obviously the founder of the band wonderful vocalist. I might have gone a different direction. And maybe we could've played something like this for example. Melissa leo the crack staff is listening into the show. Why the zombies. No it's important to point out the folks at home. It's more important than actually trading our first topic in what is known as the block of the. It's not it's not more important. And i and we'll talk about the black and we'll talk about zombie companies because i think it's important and last night we mentioned macy's and you talked about one hundred dollars table. Then tim said might be the thousand dollar table. And i think collectively. We thought there was a real good chance that with test that nine fifty five level which was the june high and i think it got up to nine twenty five today on two or three times normal volume. Now's the time to be taking profits. A lotta shorts have been squeezed other companies that you mentioned delta for example. I think that's a completely different ballgame. But what i will say. This counterintuitive is. This may seem if the economy starts to get better. You would think this is good for these companies but that means interest rates economic higher. And that's going to cripple some of these companies. We talked about it last night. And i'm sure one of our guests coming out. We'll talk about that again. Tim how do you start thinking about macy's and that debt that they apparently can't service. I mean when i think about dombi i think about that thriller video and i know guys got that red leather jacket with all the zippers on it. So just just to be clear. I think when i think about those companies you just mentioned they're all they're all different in terms of their Potential to be proper zombies a great band by the way. But i think you know boeing not assam company You know it's not Boeing is a company that has the ability to raise debt. But more importantly yes. Boeing's business has been totally disrupted boeing. His burned through so much cast in the last year. And it will burn through some castro most of twenty-one but it will be free cash flow positive by twenty two in probably be neutral by the fourth quarter so calling them assam company. I think is absurd. Calling macy's zombie company is something that's at least a fair analysis although again macy's showed that free cash flow with something that they expect they're going to have in twenty twenty one two and a company that raised a lot of money To to at least be able to fight another day including having a three billion dollar asset back facility is something you don't do cartwheels over macy's position right now but the recovery there and i'm long so i've made this clear. I actually think there's more of a recovery story even though i don't think macy's gets better overnight. Delta relative to other airlines is not even close to his ambi- story dealt is actually going to start to make money towards the fourth quarter of next year and we're not talking about a normalized business. We're talking about a business where odyssey international comes under a lot of pressure. So i also just think that the fed and the role that the fed is playing here and the role that the fed will play just through talking About the bazooka in their pocket means a lot of these debt markets. Don't have a whole lot of an impact in the next six months To what people think they're gonna do. I really don't expect it so it doesn't matter that these companies zombie companies it doesn't matter that delta added twenty four billion dollars in debt since the pandemic started by baldwin. At what point do we start getting worried about that. Debt load and these companies guy made the point that if the economy gets better you would think that that'd be better for these companies that can make more money they can etc said sell more whatever they make but then interest rates go higher. So how do you weigh that. Yeah those are all interesting. Factors that keep into To keep in the front of your mind. And tim did a good job of laying out the differences of these companies. But speaking to your question right the commonality of all these of these companies that they have as you have looted to have added significant portions of the balance sheet this year and they're burning through cash at a rate and their revenues are down at rates that we just haven't seen we're talking about you know seven and a half billion dollars of cash burn and eighteen billion dollars of casper burn boeing's example seven and a half carnivals example. So you have this push pushing pull situation. What i will say is that you've seen across the board. All these companies put one thing. I right and that is runway. And so they've taken on this debts that they have enough cash to get them to their next stop in order for them to continue to be able to operate what we've seen is them trying to achieve operating leverage by reducing staff count. And that is what. I think the topic that we're kind of trying to speak to. Here's when you start slashing human capital when you stop investing in capital expenditures when you stop innovating that is what leads you to being somewhat of a dead zombie company even after you've getting on the other side of this debt service coverage ratio also something to keep in mind. You can't meet your interest. Can't meet your debt service coverage ratio. You got serious problems dan. Yeah i think bond would makes a great point there and just look at our auto industry over the last ten years and obviously gm came out of bankruptcy ten years and wiped out a lot of that debt but they had a huge government interests that was really carried along and probably hurt them a lot of different ways as far as innovation and the way the bhawan just described it. It's clearly hurt for a lot of ways and look at the auto companies are doing really well right now so i think that's a great point. The other point on this make about this is that this is the world that we live in. It's the world that a lot of parts of our planet have been looking at japan over the last thirty years or whatever and then we are going to be saddled with debt whether it's consumers whether it's sovereign balance-sheets whatever the heck it is corporates. That's just the way it is. And that's why interest rates are really never gonna meaningfully. Go up again. Because we can't service all the debt and just make one other point if you think about twenty twenty and what's happened here. Obviously the fed has done their job. They hit this crisis early to make sure that we did not have large-scale bankruptcies right of some major corporations which would really snowball the unemployment situation here but let me just tell you this here. We are now four months out from expanded unemployment benefits. Were heading into the holiday season. We're in a very rocky transition and a lame duck. Congress and there is no more fiscal stimulus for small businesses and consumers. That need it really bad. So the fact that we have a trillion dollars for a bunch of companies that were buying eighty five percent using their free cash flow to eighty five percent of their free cash flow to buy back their stock over the last five years. The airlines and we can't bail out restaurants so we can't bail out consumers that is really troubling to me. Yeah we're really tough spot right now in terms of that bridge to the other side waiting for that other side for the vaccines actually be distributed and as well as injected into the arms of americans
"twenty twenty one" Discussed on UnF*ck Your Brain to Create Feminist Confidence
"It is in very different ways because their thoughts about the circumstance are different. There are people who get a stage three cancer diagnosis and take that in stride with equanimity and there are people who have intense fear anxiety and panic attacks about finding out that they have a few pre-cancerous cells. I'm not seeing one's better or worse. One person isn't a better person or more moral or more evolved or anything else. It's just the two different people in two different brains of two different sets. The thoughts that caused two different emotions, not the circumstance. I always feel like I have to say every time. I'm not telling you not to have any thoughts or feelings I'm not telling you that you should feel any particular way not saying you should feel terrified I'm not saying you should feel happy I'm not saying you should feel neutral it's always up to you how you want to feel. It's important to know that you're the one causing the feelings you're having with your thoughts. Because of this irony that the thing you're most scared of is actually how you will feel in the future and that's not created by the circumstances created by your thoughts. Your fearing what your unmanaged mind you predict will make you feel ironically that means you're doing it now already. Rate. When you imagine the future circumstance you imagine what you'll think, and then you have that feeling you're afraid of that feeling but you're already having that feeling now 'cause I'm imagining a thought you'll think in the future is the same as thinking it now as far as your brain concerned. So, on top of that, there's also in this scenario often uncertainty about the future and that's something your brain hates as well. Right so for instance, we're currently living in a reality with a certain president when I'm recording this. October. Twenty Twenty One of the options ahead of us is that this president will continue to be the president. That's actually not a change in circumstances. That's the circumstance staying the same. But because we've introduced uncertainty as to whether, it'll happen or not that dials up the intensity for our brains seeking danger and freaking out. So. Our fear is always about what we think. Now what we predict now, we will think and feel in the future. Right. The future does not exist..
"twenty twenty one" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast
"To be honest s why love the one day time plan because I can accomplish anything in one day if I string together a bunch of successful days, I'm an avid successful week of ice string together weeks I'm going to have successful month and on and on. So as you as that's why I always like start with the end in mind and then and then chunk it down. So you wouldn't we broken we've broken down by the week. We know exactly every week what we want to write a week to host. When we set the four-billion-mark. We knew what that was gonNA take every week, and so you just work through that every week. Yeah that's right and I think everyone functions a little differently some people are by the day we quarter month year, whatever it might be. I saw some people saying, Hey, you know what's wins the Twenty Twenty One business plan template. Being, put together I would say we'll get something to you. But in the meantime last year's while this year's was pretty solid and it goes through that gives you the option to break it down by quarter gives you the option to break up the quarter into you know smaller smaller chunks. So I think don't don't what I would say don't not business plan just because you don't have a template. Like, just getting it on paper start start getting your vision for next year on paper. What you WANNA do how much money you WanNa make don't shy away from the numbers, right? Meaning the financial part of it get really real with yourself on that. We wanted to talk about fourth quarter stuff peter I feel like we didn't quite. Go over to deeply but the first thing. I want I. Don't know a measure of what our holiday gift you're going to look like this year right? I don't know if we're going to be gathering typically around holidays that we'd like we've done before things like our families I'm assuming probably not..
"twenty twenty one" Discussed on The JRPG Report
"In the feature here the three key words. To remember uncharted expansive World Unknown Threats, the true adventure starts now, so that's. It's a little confusing. I'm still a little confused as to what it is and so. Seems to be. Thank, okay. This is going to be the next evolution of the game. And it's gone to kind of face out, but then. A article came not there long after and said that they will coexist when it launches as a free to play title in Twenty Twenty One. But it's an update, and they'll still go on, so I think the way. I understand it is. You can go to this new one if you'd like if you just want to stay, put where you're at, you can do that now. How long that's going to be available for that remains to be seen I can't imagine them supporting both of them for ever lesser semester of Fan Outcry. for that, but you never. You never quite. there are some items that are not compatible with new genesis that you have obtained before including.
"twenty twenty one" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"All in the west and specially in the Anglosphere have developed as an ethos of code and a set of practices which is suited to democratic capitalism how one could make a list of of the Porsche while virtues and values and I feel that my family was very self consciously it invested in those values they were adherence I guess you could say including you know hard being hardworking being law abiding. must worthiness frugality honesty punctuality are restraint prudence all of these these good things that make for flourishing within. killer context which is ours we talk about your parents had where did they come from originally or the family come from and they came from Eastern Europe they were. immigrants during the first part of the twentieth century a part of that wave of Jewish immigration from Russia and Eastern Europe but if someone has a lot of education and work. when did you get originally interested and learning. well I can't remember a time when I wasn't interested in learning my. ants were is not super well educated my mother did eventually get a college degree my father worked for an associate degree at night but certainly didn't start out their life. we well educated but they clearly revered. learning and a certain kind of intellectual rigor and honesty a searching approach to the truth to empiricism to facts and arguments and logic that was there at modus operandi by the way that they approach the world nine and also a reverence for all of the high achievements of civilization in art and music and literature so I I recall very distinctly that attitude being imparted to me in all sorts of ways big and small when you went to Yale what did you study your undergrad. will I majored in science I majored in something called molecular biophysics and biochemistry which was a interdisciplinary major but I also studied a lot of philosophy of literature of history I really tried quite self consciously and deliberately to. be broadly educated two oxen miglior eyes myself with the western canon I guess you could say my heritage my tradition one of my favorite courses in college was Victorian poetry which is really about so much more than Victorian poetry and I recently mentioned to a friend of mine who's an Englishman and quite literate a poem by Alfred lord Tennyson called Mariana which you said you've never heard of you said I out tennis and him I had help this poem so I you know I was I remember putting a normas amount of effort into familiarizing myself with the best that had been thought and don and I was quite serious about it I wanted to know what the great ideas that it cheapens were are wholly apart from getting just a a very rigorous scientific education at the end of the year yeah elle skews me my throat. the clerk at the end of your Yale experience what did you do right after that I went to Oxford to study at Oxford what do you study I studied philosophy philosophy physiology and psychology a new program undergraduate program that had just been launched at Oxford cold pee pee pee I. did another undergraduate worse and all of this was by way of trying to decide whether I should continue on in science or go off in another direction practice perhaps study philosophy I did ultimately decide to continue on to medicine although that's not what I ended up doing at the end of the day I guess you could say I drifted off into another area really by way of the justice department could you did you get your medical degree I did. numerology in there and I trained in urology and so you could have been a neurologist absolutely and that was certainly an option for me when did you give that up and why. well it was a long time ago. so it's it's hard for me to reconstruct exactly why I think the main reason is that I was temperamentally not terribly well suited to the practice of medicine you know what you learn at when you started in one field and end up in another is that the reasons why one field is suitable to you and others may not be or another may not be can often be a rather humble reason like just your personality or. the kind of person that you are what floats your boat what you look forward to when you wake up in the morning your temperament I was not really a people person I was more of an idea person which doesn't mean that I don't enjoy people but I don't think I'd get the kind of pleasure and satisfaction from helping people that maybe we associate with you know the female persona that's a hoary cliche of course because there are many men who are that way in there many women who are not so I found that law is more compelling and satisfying for me and it's interesting because it helps me advise young people that I have done both things young people who are trying to decide often grappling with decisions about which direction they should go in and in many cases it's under. parental pressure there is there is familial and parental pressure to enter one field rather than the other something that I myself felt when I was younger so I am entirely sympathetic to what they're going through and I try to help them make the decision up by asking some very simple questions about themselves you know and what they like what they enjoy moment by moment day by day hour by hour and every field involves tedium every field has its aggravation zero technicians and its challenges the question is. which irritations you find when you stare attaining and then of course what compensations you find most compensating so that's a that's a very complicated calculus and I think twenty twenty one year olds. is there really not always to quit to make those decisions so you've got your medical degree from Harvard. did you ever practice I did actually for I did a residency in neurology when I decided to return to law school and complete my law degree I face the challenge of you know paying my tuition by then this period of. exploding tuition had started to take off you probably are aware of it the cost of higher education graduate education has increased dramatically so it was already the nineteen eighties and I had to work part time to put myself through law school so I did work in clinics in the south Bronx and in Brooklyn HMO is actually the for some of the fledgling HMO is to help put myself through finish Columbia Law School. so your degree in law is from Columbia yes I transferred to Columbia because I had married someone who was working in New York at the time. what was your experience as being a clerk to Abner mikva the former congressman from Illinois right and counsel to Bill Clinton what was that like well it was wonderful he's a terrific person a great judge was was very nice to his clerks the highest intellectual caliber and of course my cloak co clerks were also out wonderful as well so I thoroughly enjoyed that experience I don't think he and I were necessarily so I tied politically although at that point in my life that was back in the eighties eighty seven eighty eight I guess I was there I wasn't you know particularly politically aware I I didn't think about politics all that much and I think the general atmosphere was less polarized far less polarized than it is now so judges and clerks. didn't really have to match up there was no. feeling that you know Clark's had to be on the same page have the same ideas the notion was that law was the start time on a missed field that what should be de politicized as much as possible and that was the right way to do it so we got along just fine and hi I have I I enjoyed that experience that was the year actually that Bork was nominated and was going through his hearings and a little known fact that board who was on the DC circuit at the time that he was nominated so is that man so is that make us that they were both on the same court and pork still was hearing cases were very close friends they had gone to law school together at Chicago and so Bork was frequently in the office consulting with have mixed up. the whole ordeal that he was going through we are of course the courts are not privy to these conversations but it was striking that they clearly were very close friends in a Robert Bork trusted Arab make the his wisdom and his action man and his advice so how did you get your job in the solicitor general's office they which which president it was red again I'm Charles freed was the Solicitor General at the time this was towards the end of his tenure as the lesser general that I was hired I had been I had looked into a summer internship at the solicitor general's office while I was at Columbia Law School I had a professor who is a visiting professor from Chicago is a rather famous his name is cast sunscreen and poor prolific I'd taken a couple courses with him he is said to me it's clear that you love to argue he said you should really think about doing an internship at the justice department and the solicitor general's office because of course the Solicitor General is the master litigator for the United States government and everybody in the office is devoted to that mission and I applied and. I got the job so I spent a summer at their at the S. Jeez office as it's known I got to neo Charles freed I got to know the people in the office and they asked me to come back on the permanent staff after my clerkship was over so I was it was quite a challenge because I was very green I was a newly minted lawyer I really didn't have a lot of experience I didn't have any litigation experience so I. there was a little reckless on Charles reads part but I I learned the ropes hi argued fifteen cases before the court during my tenure there I wrote brief simple just faded and all the activities and I really it was the move the most wonderful the best years of my life I I can honestly say that the people there were. really wonderful all around they were the smartest people I've ever worked with they were people of very high integrity the office is has a collegial atmosphere like none other were all involved in a mutual endeavor which is to do our very best for the government before the Supreme Court the Supreme Court trusts the solicitor general's office and the office tries to repay that high trust and I think that they do so fifteen time you argued before the Supreme Court do you remember the first time and what was it like yes I do. it was actually quite exhilarating I think because it's a grand privilege to argue before the Supreme Court not very many people get to do it it was a rather humble case involving a technical question of search and th of social security benefits and how the government collects and refund social security benefits but obviously very very important to many people because the social security program is enormous its massive so a lot of money was involved what struck me about the experience was that it is a very intimate one if the court room is relatively small the advocates are right up in front of you know the bench of nine in fact one of the challenges is that you're so close that it's very hard to see all the justices that once you have to kind of turn your head and make sure that you you're monitoring the situation and it's really it's a performance that's the other thing you're held out his is it it is a great training ground for any kind of performance that you will ever have to deliver on any anything in your past life that involved for foreman's is preparation for it so when I was an adolescent in Troy and in high school I was on the piano competition circuit I was something of a amateur pianist certainly not of the highest rank but good enough to participate in these competitions and occasionally win a competition and I drew on that experience the most right thing in preparing to argue before the Supreme Court because there is this trajectory of focus. of concentration of preparation of developing knowledge and expertise about what your of of getting comfortable.
"twenty twenty one" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It is illegal to own here more than a third of guns recovered in California in twenty seventeen and traced by the federal government came from outside the state more than fifteen hundred came from the silver state now some lawmakers in California are asking their Nevada colleagues to work with them on gun control Paul Boger reports for public radio station K. you in our in Reno and Paul yesterday twenty seven democratic lawmakers here sent a letter to your state's assembly speaker requesting a summit on gun control issues what's been the reaction I think the reaction this point has been fairly positive in a statement speaker of the assembly Jason Frierson said that he welcomes collaboration but other than that he really made no specific promise as to whether the two legislators will even made I'm first off Nevada is on a biennial legislature so the fastest that lawmakers could take this up barring the special session would be February twenty twenty one second you know the democratic majority in the vat at a within the legislature is somewhat tenuous still at this point there are several districts that are fairly moderate that are very very purple I don't think Democrats are really looking to put some of those districts that mailing read into play by taking up but maybe someday they see is more drastic on legislation the Giffords law center to prevent gun violence that's a gun control advocacy group that tracks firearms legislation it gives Nevada a grade of D. on its gun laws and your simply speaker said Nevada has made great strides this year on gun legislation what kinds of laws were passed there this year the first law of the really should be talked about is the expanding background check that's the closing of that gun show loophole that lots of folks talk about that particular measure was actually voted into law in twenty sixteen however there were some issues on enforcement and who would actually do the background checks so lawmakers Democrats in particular ran aggressively in twenty eighteen on fixing that loophole or fixing those issues with the background check law and that was put into place earlier this year that law goes into effect in January one twenty twenty the other major legislation is what's called red flag legislation it's essentially if there are concerns or family members have concerns law enforcement have concerns about a person's mental state who own guns they can ask a judge to allow law enforcement to temporarily sees those weapons so that's kind of where they're at right now I think a lot of stress to the democratic lawmakers were really happy to see those particular laws go into effect yes some California lawmakers here would like to see a band in Nevada on assault weapons and a ban on selling guns to anyone under age twenty one that's kind of the profile of the the Gilroy's shooter do you think there'd be any kind of appetite for this among Nevada lawmakers I think for the more progressive members of the Democratic Party they'd love to see some movement on that and it's actually something that governor thesis lack ran on during the twenty eighteen election however that particular issue was never addressed during the legislature early this year so it doesn't seem like there's a whole lot of movement at least within the moderate part of the party to address at this point no that is still a fairly conservative state especially outside of Vegas and Reno a number of folks who would have issues with those particular loss all right thanks so much Paul all right thank you okay you in our reporter Paul Boger in Reno and I'm terrace either KQED news coming up on All Things Considered later on in the half hour NPR music is paying tribute to eight women who stand as pillars of American music I'm coming out all things considered a look at Billie holiday's life and influence on the four program Friday morning with meaning Kim at nine after witnessing child separations a dearth of hygiene products in poor medical care at Texas migrant detention centers last summer senator Jeff Merkley of Oregon has introduced what's called a stop cruelty to migrant children act he will join forum at nine to talk about the trump administration's new plan to detain migrant children in definitely senator Jeff Merkley of Oregon form with meeting him from nine to ten on Friday morning coming.
"twenty twenty one" Discussed on First Things First
"That depends on who you're asking me what have we seen this before is this like a like a kareem magic kind of thing i mean historically how do you even put this in perspective of us two superstars this this cat talent however we haven't really seen play together in one passing the torch to announce it we've this is very difficult when you are eight superstar like lebron james the one thing that does help him is it in his dna he natural passer of the basketball so what i can go on is a couple of things shack at an early age when he was teammates with the bronze that made the basketball savant chris is memorize memorize is a dumb as you know just sitting there librado down at the end he taken over preying on the hand when we get this would play with the socials marcy but that's the way he explained his overall building understanding of basketball one of the bron on in his the highest percentage of critics did he have it comes from oh he's so unselfish oh you know something he's not like michael jordan and if he was like michael jordan this be a different conversation i would try to tell you guys hey man who i need to go somewhere somewhere else is michael jordan right now he's still things begin to kevin durant ronda rousey one on one end that's not going to change lebron he's not that way in i know for a fact let the bron in his conversations why he was expressing things like this and lebron is not a guy they she would not tell us why the truth then you could see him playing lebron still has room to grow is game he could still get in the post lebron can be if you wanna play small ball and put lebron at the four or five later in his career but this is the natural transition for lebron james he wants to play twenty twenty one year he needs somebody gives you know some in practice he can hang with co why everyday he sees that that was the one thing then agreed in that the tell me at chris you know some we're gonna turn this over to randy moss i train with oh shit i knew i knew what would happen lebron is a smart guy he just didn't get stupid overnight he understands anthony davis he understands the lakers their legacy he understands why you know what he can do it why hey why i don't care who they play why do i don't get that guy right james are going to guard that every night miller don't don't get why is always done that end by the way i would argue just quickly sorry the that when we had seen in the regular season and the his last healthier with the spurs an last year in toronto there's a reason why all of a sudden out of defensive player of the year discussions because in the regular season when he became vienne goto guy all offensively he had to take a lesser role defensively when if you have anthony davis and lebron you he's still might be the goto guy mentally but it's such a lesser pressure off pensively he could really be the the claw defensively that we're seeing in the playoffs an early in his career at any benefited fitted inquired benefit from pascal's y'all come there who could just absorb that defensive defensive our role i do think that the affair comparable is what happened in miami member in miami that first year you know it kinda was a tug of war between the bronx dwayne wade over kind of whose team was who is gonna be out for that team they still a tremendous success but they lost in the finals i mean twain said this many times after that year he decided i'm gonna take a step back the i'm gonna allow lebron cut it to two bb alpha on this team and it paid dividends like that type of of selflessness if you wanna.
"twenty twenty one" Discussed on First Things First
"That depends on who you're asking me what have we seen this before is this like a like a kareem magic kind of thing i mean historically how do you even put this in perspective of us two superstars this this cat talent however we haven't really seen play together in one passing the torch to announce it we've this is very difficult when you are eight superstar like lebron james the one thing that does help him is it in his dna he natural passer of the basketball so what i can go on is a couple of things shack at an early age when he was teammates with the bronze that made the basketball savant chris is memorize memorize is a dumb as you know just sitting there librado down at the end he taken over preying on the hand when we get this would play with the socials marcy but that's the way he explained his overall building understanding of basketball one of the bron on in his the highest percentage of critics did he have it comes from oh he's so unselfish oh you know something he's not like michael jordan and if he was like michael jordan this be a different conversation i would try to tell you guys hey man who i need to go somewhere somewhere else is michael jordan right now he's still things begin to kevin durant ronda rousey one on one end that's not going to change lebron he's not that way in i know for a fact let the bron in his conversations why he was expressing things like this and lebron is not a guy they she would not tell us why the truth then you could see him playing lebron still has room to grow is game he could still get in the post lebron can be if you wanna play small ball and put lebron at the four or five later in his career but this is the natural transition for lebron james he wants to play twenty twenty one year he needs somebody gives you know some in practice he can hang with co why everyday he sees that that was the one thing then agreed in that the tell me at chris you know some we're gonna turn this over to randy moss i train with oh shit i knew i knew what would happen lebron is a smart guy he just didn't get stupid overnight he understands anthony davis he understands the lakers their legacy he understands why you know what he can do it why hey why i don't care who they play why do i don't get that guy right james are going to guard that every night miller don't don't get why is always done that end by the way i would argue just quickly sorry the that when we had seen in the regular season and the his last healthier with the spurs an last year in toronto there's a reason why all of a sudden out of defensive player of the year discussions because in the regular season when he became vienne goto guy all offensively he had to take a lesser role defensively when if you have anthony davis and lebron you he's still might be the goto guy mentally but it's such a lesser pressure off pensively he could really be the the claw defensively that we're seeing in the playoffs an early in his career at any benefited fitted inquired benefit from pascal's y'all come there who could just absorb that defensive defensive our role i do think that the affair comparable is what happened in miami member in miami that first year you know it kinda was a tug of war between the bronx dwayne wade over kind of whose team was who is gonna be out for that team they still a tremendous success but they lost in the finals i mean twain said this many times after that year he decided i'm gonna take a step back the i'm gonna allow lebron cut it to two bb alpha on this team and it paid dividends like that type of of selflessness if you wanna call.
"twenty twenty one" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Unfortunately closes the book out at twenty eight and thirty eight as a starting pitcher a every game that he pitched started off four forty one e r j a the strike outs where he was at a you know it wasn't always healthy a strike outs his career best last year a hunter twenty nine strikeouts to forty walks so you likely a percent is there a whip is never been super super impressive but you know he's always been there i don't think they he is they a you know he was ever gonna be a front of wide starter i was seven and seven of us far in twenty nineteen andrew a twenty five and thirty to his knees really came up with arizona diamondbacks organization but you know as i mentioned a he did get a and traded so starts out as drafted by his hometown angels it grew up in a big angels fan 'em was traded as a part of be dan herron trade back in twenty ten i actually saw one of dan harris last starts as a mirror arizona diamondback up coincidentally on the heels of an be free agency back in in twenty ten a joe saunders rafael rodriguez patrick corbin a male along with a you know tyler skaggs was the player to be named later for dan herron he was later moved at a big deal see a chicago white sox and the diamond backs and a mark trumbull went through the diamond backs adam eaton went to the white sox a aj shoe goal what to the arizona diamondbacks a the white sox brandon jacobs who is unrelated to be a football player so basically in this most recent trade we haven't seen much we saw mark trumbull coming go from the arizona diamondbacks you know he's just starting to get paid to a you know finally 'em aren't you know a arbitration eligible in twenty twenty a free agent possibly a twenty twenty one dollars making three point seven with see loss angeles angels of anaheim in if i could share with you some of the words express the you know in you know move yet sweetser iraq quotes gathered by the media mike trout words cannot express the deep sadness we feel right now our thoughts and prayers are with carly in their families remembering him as a great teammate random person and who will forever ruining their hearts we love you forty five at a you know does reference carly skaggs just got married in the off season you know again you know never good timing through this a delight or just shields my artist crushed life is so unpredictable the ball we should never take anything for granted this is just this isn't just a loss loss angeles angels lost her are entire baseball family and community a you know he was just a joy to be around yeah there's a story of mike trout a you know taking him to be 'em nfc championship game in january of twenty eighteen where trout's eagles a you know knocked off the vikings thirty eight to seven of course the vikings super bowl in their own stadium but a you know you always you spoke spoke of it like it was eight eight fun time of good time a you know eric hosmer says it affects everybody all baseball everybody the world 'em you know and he he went through the experience with your donald venture a just a few years ago so a you know life life is short you obviously you gotta appreciate it a former baseball perspective you don't even think about the baseball perspective for a little while here you know you you understand that a baseball is now the lowest of priorities when you're talking about you know literally is life and death at a tizzy angels community you know he was known in the diamondbacks called house as well had a lot of friends here so a you know and just as the guy the watch lot of his meaningful starts were pulled a couple of it's a you know a one in one of his first starts memorial day twenty thirteen against the texas rangers has a great outing has a great outing and emotional game against colorado rockies on july fifth twenty thirteen after a tragedy in arizona our at throws to a break my name's jeff rich it's or it's overnight america on
"twenty twenty one" Discussed on I Don't Get It
"And then they basically just like there was no way I was gonna call him back again, difficult or anything. And then it was in like it was crazy. 'cause there were few times bump into each other accidentally. And like one time I would be with my family and stuff and like after things like that, he would be like so freak out because like come over and we'd like, has his say, hi, my husband, you, everybody knew him is your friend. This'll after those times, like picked out. That like, you know, kinda like we couldn't really, you know, like you had to try to stay apart. Really? Wow, really easy. And then like and I just got eventually I was hurt by him though because you know, I wanted him still has a friend, but he couldn't do it. He says, like, you know, like it was just too hard for him even just befriends anymore. After what happened from the beginning, like even just, you know, when things start from the beginning kisses already too late to write, why for why didn't you leave your husband friend. Boy, I have kids and like and only like not only kids, but everything together, you know a whole life and for one thing. So with the kids I didn't wanna break up anything because it's like they have both their parents. You know with them, we do everything with them. That's a hard then. Okay. Well, one time I did tell my husband like I wanna like I wanna be separated and try that out and he just be he's like just like a baby like he would just not get out of the bed. He would just be so like he wouldn't be like, like total depression kind of thing. He couldn't become a bed. Do anything like I, what am I going to do with his like? I can't leave him like this. I not even to get out of bed or a saying like he like super depends. Like do I felt like I don't know, like. Are you do you feel like guilt trapping her marriage? Now? Are you happy currently. I'm not that happy. I still feel like I'm still stuck because the kids thing, but I mean, it's it's not like soul horrible that like we don't ever fight us if I just don't bring up things and it just kind of kind of go along with their kind of, you know, and I kind of put up with like, well, I don't feel on stuff. I mean, but I'm, it's not that bad kind of thing that we're not like I'm he's saying meeting means to me or whatever. And I just kind of with it when you know when you look at him to feel guilty for cheating on him at all, or you're just kind of it happened. Yeah, I do. But but like I still feel so like not special feel I deserve. I deserve somebody that could treat me so much better. That could be happy to have around or to give me a compliment because it's like he will never say. I looked. Whatever anything at all, but I feel like I could deserve somebody like that, but my heart little broken for you. Homegirl I don't know who you are, but you are so brave for coming on and you. You need to live your best life like no one needs to tell you it too. I think you already have a deep inside you and you know like what your life could be in what you deserve. Yeah. How long have you been married? Twenty. Oh gosh. This I was like, oh, twenty twenty one years. Oh, wow..
"twenty twenty one" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Time to reunite more than one hundred children under five who were separated from their parents after crossing the border correspondent sunlen serfaty says it's unclear if the trump administration will meet the deadlines they believe they will make at least one of those deadlines the deadline to have phone calls between the separated kids and their parents but on the more important deadlines about reunification they say they will likely fall short in likely need more time elon musk is sending a team of engineers to help rescue a stranded soccer team in thailand the engineers will use latest technology to help rescue the boys stuck in a flooded cave secretary of state mike pompeo sitting down for a second day of talks with north korean officials to work out details on denuclearization i'm barton eckert this bloomberg sports update jose bautista grand slam with two outs in the bottom of the ninth lifted them that's to a five to one win over tampa bay in an interleague matchup teesta homered to left field on the first pitch he saw for his first career walk off blast it was his sixth home run of the season and gave the men's just their third win in their last eighteen games at home jacob degrom was once again stellar for the mets allowing just one run and four hits while striking out eight and issuing one walk over eight innings to ground leads all the baseball with a one point seven nine earned run average meanwhile justin smoak could a three run homer ex yangyang gervis alert hey reach base four times and the toronto blue jays beat the yankees sixty to smoke connected in toronto's five run second inning when the blue jays bantered around and put an early end to struggling righthander sonny gray who last just two innings allowing five runs on six hits grain now five and seven aaron hicks homerton had to rbi in the opener of the yankees eleven game road trip serena williams after wimbledon winning streak to seventeen matches she moves into the fourth round with a victory over christine ladonna that your friend's sister venus loses to kiki burton's serena will now take on again the rudeina of russia who upset madison keys roger federer is in the fourth round after a straightset victory over yon leonard stroke of germany and john essner reaches the fourth round for the first time in his wimbledon career the corner finals of the world cup halfway done in russia french erg y two nil on friday and belgium brazil two to one belgium in france will play each other in the semifinals tuesday the quarterfinals continue later today as host russia faces croatia and sweden clashes with england dwight howard street from the hornets to the nets in exchange for tomorrow famous gov hamadu diyala when at twenty twenty one second round draft pick was approved by the nba clearing howard to be blown out by brooklyn so he consigned with the wizards will the bloomberg sports update i'm tom rogers you're listening to bloomberg businessweek with carol.
"twenty twenty one" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"With overnight lows around seventy two looking ahead to saturday cloudy skies out there highs near eighty four from the weather center and tian gino albany a judge has put off on monday a ruling on a trump administration requests for more time to reunite more than one hundred children under five who were separated from their parents after crossing the border correspondent sunlen says it's unclear if the trump administration will meet the deadlines say they believe they'll make at least one of those deadlines the deadline to have phone calls between the separated kids and their parents but on the these more important deadlines about reunification they say they will likely fall short in likely need more time elon musk is sending a team of engineers to help rescue stranded soccer team in thailand the engineers will use the latest technology to help rescue the boy stuck in a flooded cave secretary of state mike pompeo sitting down for a second day of talks with north korean officials to work out details on denuclearization i'm barton necker bloomberg sports update jose bautista grand slam with two owns in the bottom of the ninth lifted the mets to a five to one win over tampa bay in an interleague matchup teesta homered to live field on the first pitchy saw for his first career walk off blast it was his sixth home run of the season and gave the men's just their third win in their last eighteen games at home jacob degrom was once again stellar for the mets allowing just one run and four hits striking out eight and issuing one walk over eight innings to ground leads all the baseball will the one point seven nine earned run average meanwhile justin smoak could have three run homer exxon gervis solarte's reach base four times and the toronto blue jays beat the yankees sixtytwo smoke connected toronto's five run second inning when the blue jays bantered around and put an early into struggling righthander sonny gray who last just two innings allowing five runs on six hits grain now five and seven aaron hicks homerton had to rbi in the opener of the yankees eleven game road trip serena williams after wimbledon winning streak to seventeen matches she moves into the fourth round with a victory over christine ladonna that your friend's sister venus loses to kiki burton's serena will take on gimme a rudeina of russia who upset madison keys roger federer is in the fourth round after a straightset victory over yon leonard stroke of germany and joan essner reaches the fourth round for the first time in his wimbledon career the corner finals of the world cup halfway done in russia french erg y two nil on friday and belgium brazil two to one belgium in france will play each other in the semifinals tuesday the corner finals continue later today as host russia faces croatia and sweden clashes with england dwight howard strayed from the hornets to the nets in exchange for tomorrow famous gov ahmadou diyala when a twenty twenty one second round draft pick was approved by the nba clearing howard to be blown out by brooklyn so he consigned with the wizards with a number sports update i'm tom rogers you're listening to bloomberg businessweek with carol massar and jason.
"twenty twenty one" Discussed on KTRH
"To find a way to incorporate this anytime somebody calls in and we realized they're using died mullets like yesterday that was awesome we got the biggest kick out of that yesterday i totally i'm looking at a picture and go stop using the died multi goes i'm not using tied mulch that's colored mulch you say tomato i say tomato juice but we need to like all have a some kind of mantra where we ever i never ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever use died if you listen to the garden line mistake big huge i love that line to do you know they're making a way musical out of that i saw that i don't know how feel about that look i'm letting everybody on a little secret i get to go to london earl sent all right yeah we're going to go watch a show on at the west end west end is their version of broadway right i was shocked how many shows have been turned in to a little shocked how many shows movies have been turned into musicals over the last i don't know how many leaders when they did the lion king i figured oh well then i'm gonna namedrop this is but i get too because at one time in our lives he was like a little brother to me but the musical heathers yeah yeah i know it is been debut in started and maybe a couple of weeks ago in the in london it's at a theater called another place which is not the west end but it's still considered that just like off broadway and so high school buddy of mine andy fiction is the director of the musical heathers and he knows we're coming i gotta convince the spousal unit to let the kids go watch a musical adaptation of the movie heathers were three girls name heather trying to kill one other girl well i don't know that that's going to be kind of tough we're going to be able to pull that one off i'd like to but congratulations to our friend andy kaufman he's directed movies you know the game plan my favorite the newly that he did the best job at ever i think because it really came off really well is called she's the man and it was before what's your name lost her mind and golf under drugs and alcohol and everything but young girl becomes a boy for soccer team like a private school and really pulls it off quite well so what we're doing this because they're making broadway musical woman seriously frozen gonna turn into broadway frozen i'm going to have to pull up that site and i was like looking at some of these shows they really turn that into a broadway musical because they don't as opposed to new york or the west end keeps shows going forever i would like my kids to go see dreamgirls the broadway musical because i got to see that when i was i don't know twenty twenty one years old when it was brand new in and jennifer holliday who's a houston ian was the star mazing show on broadway and they did a good job turning that into movie but i think the show is a little bit different because on the the movie they made beyond say the star for all intents and purposes and in the broadway musical the whoever plays the role efi is the star of the show although there's lots of really great roles for that so i don't know but we're going to go see something when we're in london i just don't know what it's going to be yet so let's get back to the garden line if your priest your cousin your mom your dad your grandma grandpa told you you need to get a hold of me we got lines open you can get a hold of me right now seven one three two one two ktar h that seven one three two one two five eight seven four two one two ktar is two one two five five eight.
"twenty twenty one" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Picked up golf at about twenty twenty one years old and the bug never has laughed at such admiration for a game that i had no appreciation for and from a mental standpoint what i love about golf is it really is about you the mental pressures do add up and they do they do get you in a different way than if i'm on the mound and nothing starts until i started but then i can get picked up by my teammates i mean you can get hidden results as a baseball player especially a pitcher you cannot get hidden results is a golfer it's all about you mother nature and couple breaks here and there so i i don't have a routine i just i play golf i love it my path i never thought i'd be a broadcaster when i retired i really thought i would just dedicate my time to playing golf competitively as much as i could and i never thought i'd have three shoulder surgeries afterwards so this has been a this has been like the wildest ride in the world but i can promise you the pressure is not going to get to me it'll be my inability to hit a shot or an inability to hit an inbetween bunker shot that this is not these guys are the best in the world and i have such admiration getting chance to play with them i learned from watching and i'm self taught so when i see the guys i'm gonna get to play with i i watched their swings i watch what they're doing and try to learn that way it's the way i learned is a baseball pitcher i just watched and went out and tried to emulate what i watched and to say i'm having time in my life is an understatement right now in the back row john that almost a month now since you've qualified so i'm sure have heard from from just all kinds of people what are what are what have been some of your favorite conversations that you've had with folks are messages or whatever it might be about this event it's been the general excitement that they've had i mean i can't believe that monetary it's an amount of interviews nothing compares to this i i'm i'm not the hall of fame was the greatest achievement that i could be part of but i didn't get as many texts for the hall of fame as i've gotten for this and just people who generally what are their casual golfers or they just can't comprehend that this happened so everybody i work with everybody i've been around generally says they'll be watching they'll be rooting despite whatever kind of long shot it is to to do this but that's been that's been the most rewarding thing to realize that you know shoot my teammates have sent those tax going i can't believe you said you're going to do it and he did it but i i hope for nothing else you know my whole life has been a life of perseverance in overcoming failures and i just think that maybe if nothing else it gives people hope to do things that maybe are so stacked against you that you know if you don't have the right attitude i tell my kids things that i'm sure today tired of hearing but i if you don't dream it you'll never achieve it if you don't believe it i get it mixed up now because if you don't believe it you'll never dream it if you don't dream it you'll never achieve it and i i'm a big i'm a big believer in that you know i'm certainly not going to do something like tell you guys i'm going to grow hair by next year that's just unrealistic but i've always told my kids and people around me that you know why not why not pursue your dreams and this is the secondary dream i'm getting a chance to be part of.
"twenty twenty one" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Tournament plays in a major he's these story for a lot of people that he always will be in golf is far more interesting when he's playing and look in in this tournament i guess you can't rule them out because nobody played well yesterday and it was fun to watch him at the master's slowly steadily climbed the leaderboard make things interesting on saturday and sunday and maybe he does that this weekend and there's a big pardon me that hopes that he does but as as the guy who came to the sport because of tiger woods on that guy who twenty twenty one years ago hadn't watched a lot of golf and then i found out about tiger woods and then i was captivated and he became one of my favorite athletes as that guy i mean i'll even admit as as much as i want to see him play and as much as i'd love to see him win again he's no longer the most interesting thing about a golf tournament yesterday the most interesting thing was just watching all these guys struggle and i said before it wasn't fun i don't wanna see that when i watch golf but that was the most interesting thing it wasn't just watching tiger woods struggle it was he had plenty of company including from a lot of guys that you might expect to actually win this tournament unlike tiger woods where you might merely be hoping that he wins the tournament but tiger woods it used to be not that long ago that if he was playing i was watching and if he was playing he was the only guy was watching now i've kind of evolved as a golf fan i'm more interested in some of the other younger guns some of the other younger bigger names or big names but i'm also interested in the stories that the sport tells where you'll find a guy who's an underdog who's maybe unheard of on thursday and by sunday he becomes a household name because he finds a way to win i'm interested more in learning about players like that that are unknowns who maybe you never hear from again that step up play a.
"twenty twenty one" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"A lot of books i just throw him in my backpack and people start talking about nutrition or training or whatever it might be in you know i'm i'm telling them about the slingshot and yeah i mean you've seen it firsthand we'll just put somebody in something yeah oh yeah fuck here's this guy you throw hip circle on some random check right yeah and all those things are huge factors in what broke me in even before that though because i was i was as as as younger kid i was really shy and i can go back to that in a minute but when i was when i was pro wrestling is was probably around i was probably on twenty one so that was before i that was before i got to west side and while i was at west side i was pro wrestling and a little bit after but that was kind of towards the towards the tail end of my code on wrestling career i think i started wrestling probably at about twenty twenty one years old and that really that really broke a lot of barriers for me so if you can kind of envision this imagine just having to go you're you're very fearful of let's say talking in front of a camera right but now you're asked to like i dunno recite recite a script for a play or something like that in front of like you just you just go to some random bar and and that's your homework for the day is to select recite some fucking poetry or something right that we never did exercises like that necessarily but but the point the point being is that if the wrestling that i was doing then is not directly related to this because there's there's so many different formats of all these things what broke me in and what helped make me less scared to get in front of cameras and again in front of people was to be physical in front of people was too so the lifting that i did it west side which came later after wrestling after yeah after the wrestling career lifting that i did it west side that ended up breaking a lot of these habits of me being shy too because the the.
"twenty twenty one" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"But but part of the part of it was i look back on it and maybe didn't do anything for me professionally because i went into this business but it was just nice it was a nice experience i mean it really was social aspects to it i learned you know things i learned to live on my own is kind of nice i was living on my own so i didn't have the same college experience mike degree is in my finance eighteen and it took me a while to get through college paying for it on my own date so i was a little bit older when i was in college with the rest of the youngsters yes but i made it through but my degree is in my question financial planning emphasis and financial planning so it's a matter but even even if he didn't have the experience to me the experience of college it was really nice i didn't have the same experience because i didn't have i didn't live on campus i have the free time i was working three jobs i was you know it's the way it was what my experience was listening to i was twenty five twenty six you're listening to a bunch of whiny twenty twenty one year olds complain about the fact that the parents aren't giving enough money to buy the kegs that they wanted to try and they were getting cs they didn't even have a job and they were getting see and their parents are probably forking out thirty forty grand to have them be there they were winding time to party well there you go okay so i didn't exactly skip all the parties but i still have jobs okay well there you go and you walk to class and snow and all that he's very good at eight seven seven planner we're gonna come back.
"twenty twenty one" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"I won't say which one it is but that's what it was and but but part of the part of it was i look back on it and maybe didn't do anything for me professionally because i went into this business but it was just nice it was a nice experience i mean it really was it was it was social aspects to it i learned you know things i learned to live on my own is kind of nice i was already living on my own so i didn't have the same college experience degree is in my finance eighteen and it took me a while to get through college paying for it on my own but hey i so i was a little bit older when i was in college with the rest of the youngsters yes but i made it through but my degree is in my question yeah financial planning emphasis and financial planning so it's a matter of but even differently even if he didn't have the experience to me the experience of college was really nice i didn't have the same experience because i didn't have i didn't live on campus i have the free time i was working three jobs i was you know it's the way it was what my experience was listening to i was twenty five twenty six in listening to a bunch of whiny twenty twenty one year olds complained about the fact that their parents aren't giving enough money to buy the kegs that they wanted to try and they were getting cs they didn't even have a job and they were getting see and their parents are probably forking out thirty forty grand to have them be there they were winding they give them part time to party well there you go i hate so i didn't exactly skip all the parties but i still had jobs.