35 Burst results for "Twentyfifth"

NASA Technology Missions Launch on SpaceX Falcon Heavy

Innovation Now

01:21 min | 2 years ago

NASA Technology Missions Launch on SpaceX Falcon Heavy

"Left the launch pad at nastas kennedy space center early in the morning on june twentyfifth among the twenty four satellites on board were for nasa technology in science saying this is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future the spacex launch was eight true partnership across government and industry a partnership that helped successfully launched for nasa missions into space each mission has a unique set of objectives the green propellant infusion mission will study nontoxic spacecraft feel nasa's deep space atomic clock will test a new way for spacecraft to navigate in deep space to nasa cubesats makeup enhanced tandem beacon experiment that will explore bubbles and are atmosphere which can disrupt the communications we rely on every day space environment test bed will analyze strategies to protect spacecraft from harmful radiation each mission will operate for about one year providing enough time to demonstrate the effectiveness of the technology an collect valuable scientific

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

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Donald Trump: New York Times, El Paso Times article on Clint facility 'big media con job'

Anderson Cooper 360

03:40 min | 2 years ago

Donald Trump: New York Times, El Paso Times article on Clint facility 'big media con job'

"The president's claim of the migrants in custody on the border quote living far better now than where they came from he said that despite reporting including by the department of homeland security's own inspector general about how awful those conditions have been now in the face of new reporting by the new york times in el paso times on the clinton facility near el paso texas he's tweeting again and i'm quoting now the fake news media media in particular the failing new york times is writing phony and exaggerated exaggerated accounts at the border detention centers first of all people should not be entering our country illegally only for us to then have to care for them you continues we shouldn't be allowed to focus on united states citizens first border patrol and others law enforcement i'm doing a great job now in a moment from the top administration officials those conditions have greatly improved in just the last few weeks but keep in mind if the president he's not saying that he says he cancer phony or exaggerated given all the reporting on clinton other detention centers it's hard to see how that could be so the times is reporting is based on accounts of current and former border agents and supervisors and include sworn statements by those who spent time at clint quoting now outbreaks some scabies shingles and chickenpox were spreading among the hundreds of children were being held in cramped cells agents said the stench the children's derby clothing were so strong it spreads and he agents own clothing people in town would scrunched their noses when they left work goes on the top of the time saying the children cried constantly one girl seemed likely enough to try to kill herself agents made her sleep on a cod in front of them so they could watcher as they were processing new arrivals there ford alleges a customs and border protection leadership quote new four months that some children had no beds just sleep on clean themselves and sometimes when hungry and if clint where they only facility in question it would be troubling enough but according to a new report in this one from the department of homeland security's securities inspector general it's not and i'm quoting from the inspector general's report most single adults had not had a shower in see bp custody despite several being held for as long as they month at some facilities border patrol is giving detainees wet wipes to maintain personal hygiene again the president's saying this is fake news or exaggerated to their credit his senior officials are not they're not saying that exactly without explicitly confirming the cancer now saying that there were problems challenges they call them but they're now in the past is he acting dhs secretary over the weekend on june first minute twentyfive hunter children in our custody twelve hundred had been with us over three days now we have the supplemental from congress hhs has additional beds we only have three hundred and fifty as of yesterday afternoon's report and only twenty of those children had been with us more than three days of short as it should be pointing out these facilities were never intended for children in the first place in any number of for any length of time that's where the numbers themselves we can only take they acting secretary on faith and giving all the reporting over the last several months from so many different sources including the government itself it's a heavy lift especially given the win seen as nick valencia was allowed into the clinton facility late last month it was a sham cbp official first hand knowledge telling cnn and i'm quoting the agency prep for you guys adding quote it's a never ending cat and mouse game even all that the burden of proof what seemed to be on the administration but so far they've chosen to make it as difficult as possible to get a look at what really happening inside these facilities respecting now from kansas which nellie the new acting director of usa citizenship and immigration services i spoke to him earlier this evening acting director could you wanna talk about these facilities that we've been hearing so much about if did operators at the clinton facility the new york times

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"A small market team you don't always get to acquire a bona fide star like you know i keep hearing a lot of people wanna see him at a heat wave which jimmy into a tag team right there but guys if i'm the new york knicks go all in on russell westbrook warren he's tough to he could handle the media a three new place hardest hit character beard murdered in new york ryan holland's former clipper former envy air ryan thanks big rhonda santa's guys key yes you know a movie that is no i don't know what the feather song the shrimp it no issue issue life is like a box of chocolates so a okay what's the one life about soccer's to keyshawn gump forrest gump twentyfive years can you believe that that's been like this seems like it'd be longer than that for whatever reason the hub twentyfive years free loan someone saturday still put in work together son at school yeah but yeah if you have any asia twentyfive twentyfive years ago is a long time but it just seemed like it was longer than that i hadn't seen the movie is so long you probably saw at the first time it came out when he came out i haven't hit rewind it all it's on tnt i think every nine hours like who's on their lot yeah my my my the way i would how could you say i can't this yet because it's fine there's nothing wrong with it all down now boy steve titians executive producer so i really can't i'm just saying it's not one of the all time great no it's not a m i thought it was good to see the first time warner thought i liked it but you know what else they know they'll try to kill start with c n b h marc spears reports it there was no way no way the why what's gonna signed with the lakers take it or shake shake it can't shake it up because he was going he entertainer like is he had conversations with the lakers so you can't say there is no will be doing just meeting and be eating the meat no he was meeting to find out if he was making the right choice about whichever team it was gonna select in select the lakers are toronto or the clippers you have to do all the fact checking in the world he put the pressure on the clippers once he met with the lakers but they needed to get something done when he couldn't land kevin the rat he went back to toronto and he said hey can we get paul george here toronto didn't have enough it fell back to the clippers the clippers were able to get the two players five picks the swaps and get it done but in terms of him never gonna sign with the lakers i'll never believe just logically it doesn't make sense because the clippers gave away everything and then somebody get it done if the clippers believe that there is no chance and who's gonna sign with the lakers they wouldn't have given away everything they've ever own tire life and the other thing too a lot of people stay focused on the fact that the lakers waited so long if you will for why they missed on a free agents the same is true for the clippers so if he had decided he was gonna be with the clippers beforehand and that was it he wouldn't have allowed the clippers to lose out on the same talent that the lakers lost but right now under the lakers really lose out on cly well no i mean i know that like bogdonovich where someone that a lot of people have their eyes on there a lot of players they're out there that people thought will be nice pieces the compliment a superstar and the clippers no saint peter's just with the lakers lakers are in fine shape by paul george co why leonard or the best duo in las angeles that according paul pierce paul georgia's coming off an mvp caliber season and we all know what collide leonard in the playoffs often in the final don't take anything away from ronald ronald feel great feel great but these guys are trending up you got to the top two defensive perimeter players in the game right now one into leonard and paul george the best duo in l eight taking her shake shake shake shake at least my phone you still you still got you got the bron

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Bethesda Softworks Gives A Preview Of Patch 11 For "Fallout 76"

Double Toasted

03:51 min | 2 years ago

Bethesda Softworks Gives A Preview Of Patch 11 For "Fallout 76"

"Well now they say that fallout seventy six in this come from bethesda they say that they're going to make it a lot easier for new be okay it into i'm looking at bg two four seven right here in i'll just go and redo the details is a a according to the latest patch preview 'em thinks the mass massively opie a new dwellers will find a smooth path to leaving seventy six that's good new in low level players love you suck good news for you to new newer low level players will have higher disease resistance and find a reduction in creature difficulty over in the ash heap and other areas wants the update is released character's under level twentyfive will pay fewer caps when fast traveling in a number of early game challenge rewards will be replaced with items and other supplies which will provide a better chance at survival so if you've been it back into the game is about the stories that you hear but it just sounds a little bit too dangerous chairman all the crazy things going on that housewife minnow mom i'm scared her targets targets the winds out of the dead cow animals in depth laws i gotta deal with that but they dumped switchblade blake wilson the wind mom's side name mama mama well now you might have even chance of getting back at her it it makes sense because it's i mean i i met in this game is had a big reefer problem for awhile people harassing each other and they never even initially they never really addressed it like you could kill each other like in the world who you're out there and a and they say like well you don't want but you if you should know the person back then you actually change combat if you don't you're still take damage so they could still killing it's you and so that's just annoying in this way it's like okay then the way they're hunting show i'm sorry i didn't have a way to punish people who were like going in and just kind of like a attacking people who do not wanna fight are engaged i don't know if that was initially conceived of the beginning maybe later on they did as far as i knew the date that doesn't really pour system a deal greasing maybe this other ways they they address it i don't know if they introduced a new system to yell at one point they had a punishment system in their early said like if you don't if you don't wanna tech in a you know if you don't engage and somebody comes in attacks you they oh that's what it was i tanya the world with there'll be a bounty on you a in the world would turn against even say if you're like a god in this world at this point that what about one i know like about bringing wind moms in death death car anglers and candles that yeah it's meet caught a grown man yeah yeah of course yeah but these people start forming own societies and whatnot and so now they go in and try it out a they will have nbc's presented late in the game literally lines yeah yeah now gonna just rupp what a what the players have created so yeah those npc's won't be able to die yeah stealing the government tried killing yeah they'll find a way to break it they'll find a way to you know maybe you could just push that character to a certain degree where they come in accessible the bill is a lot of issues where i could see happening in the future how i'm very skeptical about input npc's in his game yeah they like they they've taken a negative and made it a positive and they they created this really special world i think you should just leave it to be a two people have to continue to make this where those fucked up in the fans that are enjoying it certainly yeah yeah yeah find out more see some more interesting video i love that man i really meant so some more videos where people just being asked me a lot of courage ing it but i love that man somebody creatively creative and not just shooting some schmuck walks south of all like you know they put some effort into their yeah there are only yes are the people who are actually doing some really cool story lines of don't like

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San Diego Comic-Con 2019 Schedule Released

The Televerse

01:02 min | 2 years ago

San Diego Comic-Con 2019 Schedule Released

"Did you see it i know if you saw next we were gonna ever comecon preview the schedule of comic has been released 'cause it's oh he's released two weeks before so each day they you know it's like today as we record they've announced friday tomorrow they'll announce saturday and on sunday and so i've looked at this thursday schedule so far there's very little i care about on thursday but of course they have counter program his dark materials with limo well miranda in the end that whole cast west superstore at the same time meanwhile house i care about the they have the first game twentyfifth anniversary randall which will be fun they have the a are during the holocaust panels with amazing last year they have agents of shield pale before a dark materials but like why would you do to me don't choose tween superstar which you know is gonna be so much fun yeah that's gonna be a great panel end his materials which looks really cool but specifically went on a rant as everybody you know he's adorable cinnamon bottom of happiness and joy like choices it's difficult will talk about this more next week

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"I know did they do it on purpose yes not by accident like me now are you from the states are you in india or am i just another yank who thinks everybody had should have lou name melissa what state welcome back to band o a here is at fletcher suits gave you an honorable mention today oh suits gave you the honorable mention today at camp by the suits you mean like the the these fucking what do you call it the people who run the station i can't even imagine that i can't imagine that oh brian suits the they go fuck i'm sorry brian well thank you very firm that brand if it's at honorable mention honorable and a an end thank you if it was negative it was a horrible thing now brian suits i know brian suits yes he's eight veteran and a radio talent and a i got into a couple of arguments with the fans is but a brand seems like a good guy and i hear he does a great show jay mark morris in the studio platform is phenomenal how do you do that i do miss you meaning you messing with live colors but you are hilarious look at i i love doing a live color thing if i was back on the radio i would probably try doing it a few more times like when we were on a weekend zone campfire did it but i gotta tell you something you should should know this you should understand this that format with those callers one of the reasons why i stopped doing you're ready you're ready it didn't get any ratings we were a good word of mouth show people you know thought it was really hip to listen to me and but argument is that when we're on the afternoon drive a chance by doing the fake phone calls with the the people getting fooled we did and buster three share 'em when i went back and did weekends on channel five so the bottom line is those guys wanna make money and they don't wanna really work that hard making it you know you'd probably find warner to advertisers that would have loaded into the phil henry show a fraud of the fucking you know the the demos we have like a really monster male numbers we had great twentyfifth for numbers but the god damn a dinner and it worked out so anyway as i was saying before so rudely interrupted that's the reason it you know it stopped for me i'm gonna work that fucking hard man forgetting you know not a very big quarter hour so i'd rather just keep on you know changing and evolving in doing shit you know i'm gonna be fly into atlanta at the end of the month and talk to you know like adult street adult swims people and i'm doing my stupid acting gigs i'm doing voiceovers shit i do my podcast a there's a documentary coming out about me i've got nothing to do with it i i am i don't say that because i don't like it and the guys are making her great guys i just i don't believe if somebody is a documentary about you you should be like producing it you know isn't that weird and now the hard hitting document about phil henry that he made himself you know what is that i was always a big documentary fan growing up as a kid and 'em so i decided to do is those guys were very sweet and i thank you very much man i mean what do you say when somebody wants to afflict like that and i understand those really cool todd phil michael very successful owner of a bar and grill with live entertainment he's still k p r c by the way what's vernon vernon dosier up to vernon still living with over the dodgers still out at a he's still out of del mar academy and he's still coaching football end and you know he's married a and he's probably getting close to retirement.

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

Collider Movie Talk

09:55 min | 2 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"But onto i was going to be nominated it's great that is right that that is not nominated for best original song i i'm i don't know what i'm gonna do i'm gonna be angry i'll make her he won't like it when she's angry let's move on to another movie that i know we all lost and i know you interviewed a picture you interviewed the star this movie here maybe the directors well the mustang yes i love the mustang this is a film that i thought was was just a beautiful for wonderful movie messiah schoener it's like gave us to her performance i think he gave veep best male performance of the year so far next to a jesse puppies best female performance of the year end a director lara the lowry de comment ton air just it just it's explicit beautiful film with a great message an end also bruce dern supporting actor there's a lot of the lot of oscar fred to this movie what did you think it was very good a it is at the top of my good lists but i i didn't think it was great at a couple of small story issues or a couple of threads they found problematic it's beautifully shot i thought a lawyer did an amazing job with the act as well on who this year same director i would it's kind of crazy just to see the range of she has a shrewd matteis shown arts one of the most talented actors in hollywood i've loved him since since the early days of bullhead unrest in bone but i don't think this one will quite penetrate dd awards race i think focus may have bigger fish to fry may end up there's always like one or two super surprise nominations were were like all the pundits people like us a sort of overlook timothy you're in crunch when all the really good oscar worthy movies come out and then before you know like somebody sneaks in i think that that jessie buckley could be one of those people and definitely matthias shutdown could be another maybe we'll think about bruce dern in this movie a rooster roosters really good really good in this movie an at this point in time maybe he's worth cracking supporting but i'm kind of with you on this one is i think it came out way too early a year end there just wasn't enough noise around to carry it through the rest of the year but if anyone does slip into one of the categories it should be matthias sean arts he carries this movie v end i mean this might be one of the best performances i've ever seen of his and i've seen a whole bunch of things and it's just like how is he not a household name at this point i just went into the mustang and not expecting kind of like it'd be emotional wall the iberian tightly i think they're sort of similar trajectory to the writer and i think you could see this film get some andy spirit announce a qualified so those for sure okay moon auto number for a documentary documentary into the next well time because it is the fiftieth anniversary of the moon landing also well time because of actually had a more of an audience i think than the narrative feature they came out the late last year first man that is apollo eleven directed by todd douglas miller i think this is a a shoe in to get nominated for best documentary feature and here's the thing that makes apollo eleven so great first of all you have a lot of footage that has never been seen before they they masterton digitize all the foot it's almost like a shot yesterday a the launch of the saturn five five is extraordinary by the way they made this movie if there's no talking heads like you know they don't go back and interview of michael collins and buzz aldrin they really just use the footage that existed and they only voices you hear are they astronaut mission control talking back and forth to each other or maybe newscast performances by the way they shot the actual landing on the moon the bottom left hand side of the screen you see the fuel going down in addition to the altitude and you're like oh my god what they're gonna do it of course they are but it was very spokes well i think it's amazing so i have yet to see it the given everything out ever since sundance where i mean that's a big thing that probably gives it a boost in my mind right now is you know where do you premier documentary if you wanna end up in that category gory obviously doesn't pan out for every movie out of there but i feel like most of the movies that were nominated last year debuted at sundance this one seems to be getting rave reviews and it has been on the top of my must watch list for a little too long now it is on blu ray so no excuse i apollo eleven was great i went to go see it and i max and then i gotta distressing text and had to leave the theater so i didn't get to see it up on the big screen but it played just as well at home it's a really good movie here's the question scott yeah is this going to be nominated because there's not a lot of story it's really just footage of the moon landing like but again the filmmaker get credit for their apps while because yes yes the filmmaker does i mean i thought todd nor did a great job of taking a story that has been documented it so many times over the years with other documentaries what narrative features and a definitely what the books and all these sorts of things i mean i remember the twentyfifth anniversary of apollo let us see the bidding but is it a few stories like it is because it makes you it to here's here's why i think it deserves get nominated for something that has been so story and told so many times so many different ways it's a feel fresh still be all inspiring point like you were watching it for the first time as a feat of filmmaking and that's why a toddler i got i got mister rogers and three identical strangers last year and feel like this branch has no idea what it's all i can't trust the documentary rents do the right thing regardless of whether we think of the documents that completely agree with that okay let's move on to a movie i think i love i don't like the little more then you to did but i just i just relate to and i thought that the top somewhat fantastic in late nights late night i like yeah why well lovely yeah okay well only up there okay that makes me very happy that'd be very very happy because i thought that mindy kaeling wrote a great screenplay that touched on a lot of things like ages and feminism the workplace gender gender equality a a you know diversity but it but it did so in a way that it didn't feel like you were being beaten over the head with it it was a feel good crowd pleaser what's what's great dialogue craig before ltd crowds brand anna thompson i mean i mean i i feel like she's definitely a shoe infer maybe a golden globe for best actress a comedy but she's so good in this movie she's really good in this movie to me she is the standout end if i had a place any kind of that right now on what could get nominated from this movie it's her supporting them it's above everything else but i mean you just said she's supporting yeah you know i know i said i would have said supporting and then maybe they would announce a campaign from any killings relayed oh i think i think amazon is the clear leader whether they could get away with saying she's supporting is another question but did you so you actually thought that mindy kaeling with the leader in this movie yeah interrupt this story takes shape from what her character goes there in certain decisions she makes more so then emma thompson then all of a sudden just predicting what would be a smart move for them in order to give themselves the best possible chance of getting nominations if not wins you separate the two of them and then once you do that in my mind it's mindy kaeling in the league emma thompson and supporting but i'm a little concerned that this one isn't gonna make it all the way there because at this time of the year one of the best ways to engage whether or not we're gonna keep talking about these movies is what the conversation is like now and i don't know to me it's almost like i don't necessarily think late night came out and landed with a side but i thought there was gonna be a little more early award season buzz right after it's it's a theatrical release and it doesn't feel like anyone's talking about a few movies that a female what female leads a that book smart and unlock shopping other that were were great films that that are not part of the conversation they didn't do well at the box office and and i i hope they don't get overlooked but i think that's a whole other conversation about effective superhero movies and the streaming services might be having on on comedies at the box office but you make a great point and i gotta tell you i was it never occurred to me to put anna thompson in supporting category eyesores elite by your you're points are white on anes i think they they absolutely if they could put herschel ali in supportive exactly that and i could but emma thompson supporting actress and give her a better shot at actually you know getting nominee you you can absolutely make the argument i think it's fair but i think like we talked about with the globes like she could potentially even win best actress in a musical comedy a and that would put her in league right okay let's move on to something that you just talked to mindy mindy end of a screenplay is very very sharp yet thought it was i thought it was terrific lately are another film it'll be just said a book smart i can't i love this film but is it an oscar i am obsessed with this side on the big screen three times i really do think it is an exceptional coming of age comedy where it will be a classic in my book for years and years to come my entire life for that matter end it's just unfortunate to me that it didn't kind of like blow the box office away when it came out it was very frustrating because i understand the super bad comparisons but not only did the super bad comparisons make v easy descriptive for this movie oh it's super bad ladies but on top of that a whole bunch of people that i was talking to looked at the super bad box office then they looked at books march opening weekend they're like well that's a big failure didn't go on to accumulate a good deal of money but sadly the conversation when that movie came out to me did not say award season contender i think it's an exceptional directorial debut for a livia wild that will hopefully pave the way to work projects were her if there was like a long shot chance of anybody from this movie getting nominated.

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on The Round Six Podcast

The Round Six Podcast

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on The Round Six Podcast

"So sixty six i am eighty a much more invigorated brian i am a boy i don't even know what to go with on that one i mean yeah i'm a log me in the shop and i thought she had burger the door kinda like kinda like kenny over the years we'll just we'll just go well i'm finally airbrushed alex so carson what are you i'm a eroneous lee irrelevant garson ooh wow hirono eroneous eroneous lee irrelevant it's kind of like a pseudo intellectual but i used to use big words on this podcast i don't think so it's vocab word you is it three times in a senate since week what's my assignment an entire geographic area over listeners right now how do you spell webster's so many places to go so many benefits to keep a you guys all have a great week a pitch you the listener next week for me right before for who knows you never know when you run into one of us but thank you in person for a sitting in and providing incredible insight as always yes they do curse of the gas thanks wrap me i means a lot to me thank you guys i mean in fact you guys let me do this and it's fun like you indulge me i made it i'm serious i really appreciate it see there's always open cool don't say that i'll take it working out quick 'cause we figure what a payment plan on the microphone you're hearing about a nickel for more years like is this gonna be like the columbia tape club twentyfive easy famous is never ending nature extra dollars only her up any idea why i need more robert palmer yeah of course when you buy after those ten cost you forty five bucks right yeah they're responsible for lowering my credit score of a fifteen point right just looking at the ad that everybody exactly who is the nineties the basically took her words a b b m g g well yeah okay so no kate kate receipted everyone oh it's really rare people like bullfrogs yeah yeah rent so vine things all your favorite trucking songs all right guys i'm out all right guys thanks man all right thank you for listening and we'll catch.

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from american past open door to a healthy pest free home with american past offerings safe environmentally friendly pest control solutions throughout the dmv for over ninety years learn more at american american pastor dot net live from npr news in washington i'm barbara klein the ninth circuit court of appeals has upheld a freeze on pentagon funding being used for building a southern border wall all lily jamali of member station k q e d reports the trump administration can appeal to the supreme court in a two to one decision the ninth circuit panel reiterated an argument made by those suing the administration they say president trump is trying to get money for wall construction that congress explicitly denied him and congress controls the federal purse strings door lobbying is a lawyer would be american civil liberties union one of the plaintiffs in the case everyone knows the congress and the president's wall funding commended everyone knows the longest government shutdown in history over the wall and it's just not credible the government to say but it could build the wall anyway next the trump administration asked appeals court to reconsider or take the case directly to the supreme court for npr news i'm lily jamali in san francisco congressman justin amash of michigan's third congressional district says he's leaving the republican party he writes in the washington post op ed today is becoming an independent calling the two party system an existential threat to america's principles and institutions earlier this year a mosque became they only republican to support impeachment proceedings against president trump nearly half the field of democratic presidential candidates will be in houston tomorrow front education forum including many front runners andrew schneider of houston public media says they'll say some unscripted questions national education association is hosting strong public schools presidential forum is the centerpiece of its annual assembly the speakers include former vice president joe biden as well as senators bernie sanders kamala harris and elizabeth warren dna says thousands of teachers administrators end parents dip submitted questions but even town line an australian student detained in north korea late last month has been released and safely left the country npr's michael sullivan has the story from seoul australia's prime minister scott scott morrison told parliament today the twenty nine year old alex sigli had been released from detention this morning in a safe and well he extended his deepest gratitude to swedish authorities further invaluable assistance and securing alex prompt release australia has no formal diplomatic presence in north korea and relies on other western countries to act on its behalf on his arrival in beijing sigli told reporters he felt great but did not say what it calls his detention in the first place sigli had been studying in the north korean capital friends and family of normally active social media user had lost contact with him june twentyfifth michael sullivan npr news soul this is npr are russia is now disclosing that the military submarine that suffered a fatal fire modern day was nuclear powered russian president vladimir putin's says the blaze broke out in a battery compartment apartment and the nuclear reactor was contained fourteen sailors were killed in the fire russia's defense minister has said the sub was surveying the sea floor nearly arctic as millions of americans ricans gather for traditional july fourth cookouts and fireworks today the federal aviation administration has a reminder for the modern era do not fly drones in or near fireworks npr's alina seljuk reports every year around this time federal aviation regulators share reminders for drone owners around the country tempted to capture videos and photos of exploding fireworks up close and the reminder is do not do it d f h he says drones should not be flown near fireworks for now casual users are also not allowed to fly drones over groups of people in public events or at night though d f b i is considering whether it should relaxed those restrictions in the future in general

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"The supreme court but what i choose stack the supreme court obliged they gave the decision by june thirtieth exactly so here's why they agreed to hear the case the words oral argument i thought this judge with his mark zuckerberg on a comment was interesting it it's like you're telling me one thing you told the supreme court something they listen to you doesn't doesn't seem like you and you're boss or on the same page what does that actually mean somebody's gonna actually call donald trump the court and say what's up with you well i suspect that the lawyers gonna try an iron out whatever happened i mean one earlier this morning from the justice department said the first time hearing these tweets that i'm reading off of twitter and you know i don't know what's going on in so clearly the justice department's kind of out of the loop and the commerce department's outer loop and the president's you know off fun his own quixotic campaign but i suspect what's gonna happen at the end dolly is at the justice department lawyers are going to reassert themselves and say look this is what we told the supreme court about june thirtieth we said it even last week on tuesday stay in a filing on june twentyfifth then yeah two days later the supreme court ruled against us but boy it will destroy or credibility with the federal judiciary if we go back on her word now i mean when i sat in that chair the government's top lawyer for litigation the thing i was the most concerned about protecting the credibility that prior generations of governments servants had built up with a federal courts and right now president trump is threatening the torch what ever credibility the justice department has left because of what he's doing and that will be huge huge year for the country in for him so let me ask you something the the the justice department lawyers iser pull back on this or they go back to the court and try to get this done but there's no chance that someone in the government is trying to is going to try and get that citizenship question on the census extra judicially right going around the courts doing something because i feel like that would be illegal well nothing that this administration does at this point surprises me and we've even had a member of congress a sitting member of congress say yeah go ahead defy the federal courts president trump could do the right thing at the citizenship question i mean this administration's relationship to the rule of law is so tenuous on an i am worried about it and i think all americans should be because the crown jewel of are american democracy is are federal judiciary and last last week they stood up for the rights of all americans to be counted say president trump you gave us a reason that was literally pre textual andy this this question can't be added and that decision has the stand as the law of the land this isn't amazing discussion i heard juwan with the with lawrence o'donnell last night and i really thought i so it's always great to have need neil caught gel but at least on this topic this will be individual next time we have neil it'll have to be on a different topic but no in fact twenty four hours later we are back talking about be exact same thing neil got you all thank you for joining me tonight coming out harris campaigns in iowa today in jake sharp aim at president trump you're gonna wanna hear what she had to say when the eleventh hour continues.

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"Had an eye on the clock the whole time and how long's it gonna take me to get the comedy store new do you want that third beer now don't don't don't have the beer you gotta go performing and blah blah blah so it wasn't quite the wasn't quite a guy let's have some beers in a little drive in all celebrate with everybody will stay here as long as it takes i had this sort skeedaddle at like seven twentyfive i kinda sharp so i remember i enjoyed myself but it was more like i gotta be somewhere i gotta do something you know that feeling you're the bar you whatever you're you're at i gotta be somewhere they gotta do something that's happening in that they do something is like stanford twentyfive minutes and tell jokes it's not gonna be a 'cause i was in i would lose my belt sit down like mode in a that was not starting to enjoy the governor i i'm i'm starting to have yes is the answer in eight i'm starting to have eight different relationship where said in that that i i'm not experiencing it as i experienced it in the past my experiences eight is a different experience i i walked back stage i said to the guy how long do you want me to do he said twentyfive minutes i thought i'm kinda in fifteen minute mode like i remember having a i again i just been i've been drinking beers here's an eating hamburgers and it was saturday and it's like as kind of read it a loose in my belt up and sit on the so fun watch a little sports center like i was in sort of really you know she'll it's been a long week mode and he said i need a hard like i got you down for twenty five minutes and i was like oh okay when are we going and he's like well now now and i like okay and i should will hit me with delight the normal is hit hit hit me with the light with two minutes left when when when so if you're doing twentyfive minutes when you get to the twentythree mark fire up that the red light that i could see from stage but no one else kunsi and i i remember 'em i went out there and there's a little like nowhere that place is a place.

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"The changes occur that's fine but that's also not the point of what i've been doing so you've got a recent piece let's see june twentyfifth yes the baseball different again an astrophysicist six examines the cheers baseball's falls in breaks down the changes now you've written like i said these three pieces in the changes you found to the baseball is what you found in twenty eighteen not seems what you found twenty nineteen so talk about the most recent piece first what what exactly is going on with the baseball now how does that play into these recordsetting home run patients were seeing across the game well the fall is august i mean as as the title says the ball is different an end when i think different i mean it is unlike anything certainly my study goes back as far up at least it looks like as far as around two thousand an all those balls for the most part seemed seemed to be the same a it's hard to find differences in terms of things like round this or leather smoothness there there's some differences but this ball is very different from all of them in multiple ways all look at any one of those changes would make the ball travel further a the the three big ones that were saying that the seams are lower as like half the hype which is unlike anything we've seen the ball is rounder 'em and then be the weather is also smoother and they got all of these are meaningful change caesar not trends of embattled while says a lot because for most of the things we've seen before it's only done trends if there's anything there's only one change i sound before so anything that one which was would not have been caught has not been looking at what kind of reaction have you gotten from major league baseball to the things you've published over the again over last year plot pointing out these changes for listeners who haven't really followed the story major league baseball has been fairly reluctant to admit that there are physical differences in the baseball that would explain or part of this home runs or how they reacted to set a date closest i've had to a reaction was before the first piece came out and they should just showing a physical change she had lace thickness this is for the ball associates twenty seventeen home runs search a dead i did reach out both to the home run committee dance to the front office at the front of the commissioner's office for statements a doctor allen nathan who's the terrible home runs committee did actually give me a statement a and the commissioner's office when they found the doctor nathan had actually provided me with some kind of reaction said that's official mlb response a after that i did have essay 'em i guess a small meeting with a couple of people from the home run committee who were interested in process and in very interested in how one makes laces which was sort of a it wasn't the direction i expected us to go an 'em than other than wonder to private conversations with doctor nathan a that's the closest i've had any response from mlb so there's been nothing from the commissioner's office except we said what they said back in a you know about over a year ago right those may of two may of two thousand eighteen with tyrone you got it well quite literally day light lie a oh there you go dropped on d day as a matter of a few weeks after their reports came out 'cause i remember down nathan a document it'd be on a conference it's called the media so you're about three weeks after that your piece came out a deadly astor raul handle being dropped the news that they had bought rawlings which was a total flipped out the fifth they announced the purchase of rawlings the six my article came out so now getting back to the changes in the baseball this year and i mean obviously i i've i've read all if you work on this but it seems like one that i would love for you to explain why these changes are resulting in baseball's going farther.

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Free health insurance subsidized by you that emergency room reuss usage would go down emergency room is expensive and we would save money john i've talked talked about this repeat this is a myth but here's the tweet a quote in castro this weekend on the show ramona salama she said quote number one this is from julio castro she's me number one undocumented immigrants already pay a lot of taxes second we already paid for the healthcare of undocumented immigrants it's called the emergency room okay number one the fact the people in the country pay a tax is a former sales sales tax whatever may be is it relevant we pay taxes to someone anyone who travels into the country in picks up something and pay the sales tax is now in titled the free healthcare subsidized by usa taxpayers this is this is i idiotic so forget his first point about they pay taxes you know i travel overseas i paid attacks in illinois when i left the hotel does that mean i get the claim the vietnamese funded health insurance that's a stupid point it's so imbecilic it's hardly worth addressing but his second point were already pay for judy emergency room in other words emergency room uses it is expensive and a illegals and other people here are gonna go to the emergency room therefore if we just gave them tax payer healthcare like medicaid or government healthcare like bernie sanders single payer system for all were somehow gonna save money ladies and gentlemen if only debunk this nonsensical talking point probably twentyfive thirty five times on the show here it is again from npr npr folks not eight right wing think tank this nonsensical talking point probably twentyfive thirty five times on the show here it is again from npr npr folks not eight right wing think tank okay this article is in the show show notes today at bonn gino dot com it's from twenty sixteen please redid subscribe to my email list on the website i'll email you these articles npr emergency room you space high in oregon medicate study by christian in photo events so forgive me from saying her name wrong i'll put a put a sip it up in this piece here in a second but a little background on this people were randomly selected in oregon that's why they're emergency room uses year makes break decent study in a decent sample size they were randomly selected for the medicaid expansion under obama care in other words given taxpayer funded healthcare the theory the democrats keep lying to you about repeatedly is that your usage goes down down when you give people a tax payer funded healthcare joe because they'll just go to

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Man no no no twentyfive the two hours three thank god the clock pretty full recap of the five days of royal ascot hope everybody enjoyed will on wednesday will get the final some final round alaska the conversation when pete foreign at south who might he might either be hung over or still drunk potentially finally a from every picture you saw it seemed defeat he is somebody was pouring alcohol in his mouth it it didn't he he had quite adventure he was either he was either a spelling alcohol on on his morning jacket or a looking for it apparently they did you did you follow the story of they the missing morning jacket morning coke yeah it's pretty funny will talk therapy on wednesdays john white joins us now and john got that closed out the long a six month says they've never had six months move more slowly than the knees and the scene chefs this week to los alamitos mercifully and john good morning good morning steve i've talked about a tough back the follow following a best of luck is a very daunting let's put it that way a and he is just a marvel a and listening well of course we talked last week about moot point an outlet a big fan i am a moot point and a little bit i know that he would pull off this royal double duty executed in a pipe the he was the only horse i played in the entire royal ascot me when he won that first time in paid six sixty 'cause i thought he should have been around the money and so i was so tickled with that and then when we got to the second one i thought well do i play him again do i am because i'm a fan he's a much shorter price miss time you know he is coming back and four days and i thought you know what let's just move for this time abor when he came down to the finish i was rooting for him but i also in the back of my mind was i'm really glad i didn't play him again today even though he won i you know i so i feel like even though i where they cashed i made the right decision the past the second time i thought you know growing up and it's good let's just be happy that i had one back bring the whole scott and cashed it pretty nice price so and then talking about frankie dettori brought back a couple of just special memories for me the first japan cup i was ever at nineteen ninety one and one by golden pheasant and gary stevens and golden says and by the way one of the favorite horses if not maybe v favorite horse of frank mir amani who will be returning to mama park a to be calling the races there now the santa anita's over and and if that ninety nine nineteen ninety one japan cup a i'll never forget being on a bus with a bunch of racing a journalist an frankie dettori was on the bus with this and it was a long trip so but they were showing sumo wrestling on one on the tv's you know it was one of those tv's and they were showing cinema wrestling and john mc cleric who many of your listeners are familiar with c b i don't know how describe him racing scribe of a of a.

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

11:18 min | 2 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on Cinemavino

"Culture or i p b i think because of like how i i did the music i did like this tiger fee i did like a lot of the shots man there were times like this is just terrible herro acting snooty food in the duty to but i have watched that movie more so that should have like i have it on dvd i really do that's the real test go out and buy it i sure enough i have it on dvd i really want him to have like all the gods and goddesses and shit and they're like i thought it was gonna have more the myth and they were they went more historical historical accuracy issues an yeah i just like oh i'm a little upset about that and you're right it just kind of dragged on on like three hours i know i've washington i've wasted a lot of hours of my life i've seen in the i think it was i think he got put on netflix like in the last few were few months troy's on either side and i'm like wait a minute that's gonna be my watch history anybody see that i'm like that's embarrassing so that's why i would like that is definitely my guilty pleasure over yeah that's like when i watched the real sex like one through twentyfive on my parents h b o go my dad like the real thing that kinda like and.

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on 20 Minute Morning Show

20 Minute Morning Show

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on 20 Minute Morning Show

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on Maranatha Ministries UPC

Maranatha Ministries UPC

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on Maranatha Ministries UPC

"One lord one one face one baptism one create or all right after you take away the college kids there's fifty two million to do the work thirty million people are working for the federal government and you know they're not doing anything work which leaves us twenty two million do the work for a millionaire and they armed forces god bless our military that protect our freedoms freedoms and our rights they're working like we never saw work done but they're not doing this work keeping a country going a unique to deduct another seventeen million eight hundred thousand four state workers they don't work either we have we have state workers who their congregation right now what a cushy job on come on what do you get like what do you get like two hundred fifty six days ear to twentyfive to twentyfive and then seventy five personal days right i'm joking of course the states after ron i think they have too many people doing the work whatever look i'm sure let me get back this take away be state workers you got two hundred thousand people left to do the work there's a hundred and eighty eight thousand people at any time in the hospitals and institutions have various kinds across the country which leaves only twelve thousand to do the work but unfortunately eleven thousand nine hundred ninety eight people are in jail that leads to people who do the work and quite frankly brother that you and me and i'm getting tired of doing it all.

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on Swarfcast

Swarfcast

18:04 min | 2 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on Swarfcast

"We are honored to have john haiti the fourth on the show welcome the swamp gas john thank you john is the owner of several manufacturing companies with his family and a why don't you just start by telling us what what are some of the companies you own a we own a metal sale that's a were headquarters says sharing manner ohio 'em we'll rw screw which is a mass lot ohio 'em a near the akron canton area sort of their andy leone up oh man which is located in saint louis okay and then you also you're wife is in the countertop businesses well no i i also on some granite countertop company has a a a a separate from the machining a we've got one of those in the cleveland area one in florida on a near a tampa florida one in a the carolinas and one in new your and that my wife on this ain't metal stamping company an eighty 'em tumblety burning business and she's got the plants a a three in ohio one in florida wow well that doesn't sound like that would keep you busy yeah that and a a that and two boys that are just gonna be graduating high school the next year to year at stop this will get some free time so john could you give us a little background on how you block metal seal an how the that has transpired over time with see huge fire that you had a few years ago yeah when just a just coming up in the business is well sure i've been coming into work a job came into work for a family business which was eero machine a since i was thirteen years old as a spent summers and breaks and all that type of stuff working on a shop 'em worked from at every position from climbing in machines acclaimed machines to do a running machines setting machines up a quality a a worst entered quality department are shipping apartment sales salva different areas 'em in that was a all of a all through probably the first i'll say twenty years at i was working for the business and then we we bought the company my brothers and i bought the company from my father in ninety nine endo's doing just under two million dollars in sales 'em ten now we last year we broke a hundred million 'em some of that was a organic growth some was a true acquisition in a mental seal that one we fought battle seal and a two thousand eleven a family business owned by the deamer march is a great family in the industry 'em i've known him a long time a i had been talking to them for probably five years before we bought the business they were looking to try to figure out what they wanna do long term worked out well 'em when we bought metal seal a we a lot of the plants are about seven miles apart we bought any new plant the metal 'em moved everything they're an after we moved everything in we had a big fire and ended up having above everything back out to other building so how long have you been since you've been inside before you had the fire about a year and a half around that building about a year and a half before the fire happened well so right when you were getting used to it now you know how the fire happened john yeah well yeah they 'em from a in the new building the force raw oxyde done really nice and when you do that you have fulltime guys going around with four scrubbers a cleaning are buying while the of a we were paying eight company to to take away all that waste a man they charge by the pound so one of her engineers had a good idea 'em it all right well yeah evaporate off all water just using water soluble cleaner and you have a lot lot less weight because a majority of the wipers law so encounter a build down to about ten percent of what it was prior to that well what happened was we think that a some solving was is a a mopped up well what that unit in was put in an end somehow when they water evaporated down solving scott the caught fire 'em went up the side of a wall all a cop a ceiling on liar are actually not the ceiling the roof materials goes by an outside wall an a an forty five seconds are guys were there fire extinguishers but it didn't matter i couldn't couldn't put it out and the ceiling was on fire fire extinguisher install a reach twenty five feet under their my gun were you there yeah it was a ten o'clock on a friday are was a delight twentyfifth twenty fifth two thousand fourteen 'em so yeah the shop one spoiled alarms went off we did are evacuation procedures in a in a while so that everybody nobody was hurt and then i would imagine hey massive headache with ryan dealing in germany and i'll say it was a it just managing the whole process of one of the things we did a you know are employees were murray it right away on it but what we had done as we had a paid for next hour ride around are insurance that said if we had any type of disaster like that r insurance would pay all of our employees and their benefits for one year 'em so when we told all the employees that a a way of people crying and coming up a given us hogs you know there were some you now people ever attire from working for us a better word jerem fifty plus years so you know people have spent their lifetime era and so people were worried that if you didn't if you weren't being able to produce the parts than then and if they weren't being able to work because the machines were down but they wouldn't get paid right and you know because what happened is in an whether they were at work or not they got hey so when we had the fire after we had the fire you know we only need in about twenty five percent of the people come in for a period of time in the room was is that a they would get paid a but they had to be available available twenty four hours notice to come back to where i am and if they got another job they added notify us 'em they had to be available to come back to work for us and it worked worked out pretty well we were able to bring everybody back a we did lose some work when we had the fire on by at least at a at a limited a traumatic experience for them because of somebody couldn't find a job or six months or a year after the fire they were still getting a full paying benefits that parade the time listeners do you have an idea for a future episode of swore cast or is you're company interested in advertising on the worst cast podcast if so please send us an email that source cast podcast at g mail dot com that's that's source cast podcast at g mail dot com but you still had two other buildings that you could move stuff into even after the fire or one building a two buildings 'em we had not all originally we when we moved in there removed from three different buildings one of the buildings was leased east out to a new tenant de other buildings were still empty in the upper sale a so we a we quickly moved back into that building in that's where i'm sitting now that one and then there's another one across so dr way so two buildings near the business change after the fire a definitely a one we had the fire we had one customer that was a very large customers offer us 'em they did decide that they didn't wanna come back without saying signed a new agreement comeback a but unfortunately it turned out that they ended up a resource in the work the other people so at a that a that hurt us here at this plant plant so stay stay busy in at the didn't have any ill effects of it but are plant here 'em felt the brunt of that what do you like about the screw machine business in what do you hate 'em all my job is a is changed a lot over the years a as i've done all the different functions 'em i've always found something a in every position that i like doing a for my current position right now a you know i'm a i'm different people managing the different plants showing into focus more on a bigger strategic type things 'em i spent most of my time while working with a liking at different acquisitions of looking at different deals a dude either by company is over find ways of expanding are business 'em i work with the major customers a to a to try to help manage and make sure were growing organically 'em i like all those parts apart the biggest part that i don't like is spend more of the legal side we've had a rash of different things that have happened since the fire 'em where a you know you expect customers to a stick to their agreements 'em and they don't end you're only remedies ends up becoming a is going through the courts and that's the part that i hate i'd like to understand you're acquisitions strategy john on i think you believe that indeed andy machining business it's very difficult to grow organically and if this is the case a you're constantly on the hunt for customer acquisition through company acquisition yeah i mom sent correct i don't know that i sent customer acquisition is just more acquisitions other of businesses a that weekend is another way of growing are business were still able to grow organically and a an weight and we have one from they acquisitions died it's it's another part of all of our world the gives us an opportunity to a have a bigger footprint a a to a you know an essay as the owner of the business and also in operator operator my goal is to a increase shareholders well i'm boston they get so that this company is worth more every year and acquisitions is a great tool to be able to do that do you have 'em other investors in your business or is it all family owned a we are a see fo 'em except la a in eight five percent owner and the best match a he's only other a owner or investor i remember you would talked about a couple of times a how you in your brothers owned the business equally now i could tell that story so what happened was when 'em in a ninety eight ninety nine when we were buying a my dad came to me and said i like do a saudi of the company and when he said that on originally the structure was gonna be ours grown the majority in my two brothers were we gonna have a smaller stakes in the business and the main reason for that was is that i had been working there for ten years and they had just started so i told my dad the old on a little bit deuce racer so i did end on the biggest family business could be very tough in the biggest problems albums with family business after the research that i did what i came up with was great of power in green of money so what i did is i wanna try to put together a structure where we would we went on this business and still be able to be successful as a family to so what i did is i said all right 'em oregon alone at eight third third in the third where you're gonna be equal owners and there's been an can we will get paid what are patient briefer business we have an outside consultant decide what are based fans but all the profits that will take out of the business 'em in the benefits of that will be split equally my that was my way of saying all right were not gonna have the green of money inside of it be part of are equation 'em in there was gonna be enough for us all around to all be successful 'em in i wasn't gonna be grady on that side so i came to the great power aside and i had a little bit tougher time figuring out a structure fire that that suit because i was gonna be president of the company but this is when i came up with i talked to my brothers 'em they agreed 'em that's a i should be president of the company on an are operating agreement says the i get that make all major decision so i'm in charge and i can make all i get the make all major decisions for the company they only copy at that is they own two thirds so they can't fire me so if i don't do a good job in what i'm doing a and that's how i took out the greed of power side of it you know i am in charge i i do i do make all the major decisions spur business but but i explain everything to them i still get there by on on stuff there are some times when i overall what if they think i'm doing a to pour of a job my jobs on the line i can be fired whatever their jobs a one of my brothers is a general manager he manages the plant here in manchester ohio in my other brother is an engineer he's are head engineer for the plants a hit a plant seren better ohio right in that that gives them some perspective to in their sort of micro environments to that probably oh yeah i mean it's a snowplow right that really well i mean that's a you know our our twenty years do it it's worthwhile so far 'em but i'm were fifty fifty five hours a week and i think it's helped on that side my brothers both they both get in here before me and leave after me a they they work very hard they're very dedicated a they know i have their best interests at heart a forever thing again they don't like every decision i may on a but a but it it's it's it's working some happy on the next episode of swore cast i'm a strategic buyer because all right i've got a screw machines i've got hydro maps i got grinding i've got a lot of there's other operations that might bring value to that business and now those customer base if it's a private equity.

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on Swarfcast

Swarfcast

18:04 min | 2 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on Swarfcast

"We are honored to have john haiti the fourth on the show welcome the swamp gas john thank you john is the owner of several manufacturing companies with his family and a why don't you just start by telling us what what are some of the companies you own a we own a metal sale that's a were headquarters says sharing manner ohio 'em we'll rw screw which is a mass lot ohio 'em a near the akron canton area sort of their andy leone up oh man which is located in saint louis okay and then you also you're wife is in the countertop businesses well no i i also on some granite countertop company has a a a a separate from the machining a we've got one of those in the cleveland area one in florida on a near a tampa florida one in a the carolinas and one in new your and that my wife on this ain't metal stamping company an eighty 'em tumblety burning business and she's got the plants a a three in ohio one in florida wow well that doesn't sound like that would keep you busy yeah that and a a that and two boys that are just gonna be graduating high school the next year to year at stop this will get some free time so john could you give us a little background on how you block metal seal an how the that has transpired over time with see huge fire that you had a few years ago yeah when just a just coming up in the business is well sure i've been coming into work a job came into work for a family business which was eero machine a since i was thirteen years old as a spent summers and breaks and all that type of stuff working on a shop 'em worked from at every position from climbing in machines acclaimed machines to do a running machines setting machines up a quality a a worst entered quality department are shipping apartment sales salva different areas 'em in that was a all of a all through probably the first i'll say twenty years at i was working for the business and then we we bought the company my brothers and i bought the company from my father in ninety nine endo's doing just under two million dollars in sales 'em ten now we last year we broke a hundred million 'em some of that was a organic growth some was a true acquisition in a mental seal that one we fought battle seal and a two thousand eleven a family business owned by the deamer march is a great family in the industry 'em i've known him a long time a i had been talking to them for probably five years before we bought the business they were looking to try to figure out what they wanna do long term worked out well 'em when we bought metal seal a we a lot of the plants are about seven miles apart we bought any new plant the metal 'em moved everything they're an after we moved everything in we had a big fire and ended up having above everything back out to other building so how long have you been since you've been inside before you had the fire about a year and a half around that building about a year and a half before the fire happened well so right when you were getting used to it now you know how the fire happened john yeah well yeah they 'em from a in the new building the force raw oxyde done really nice and when you do that you have fulltime guys going around with four scrubbers a cleaning are buying while the of a we were paying eight company to to take away all that waste a man they charge by the pound so one of her engineers had a good idea 'em it all right well yeah evaporate off all water just using water soluble cleaner and you have a lot lot less weight because a majority of the wipers law so encounter a build down to about ten percent of what it was prior to that well what happened was we think that a some solving was is a a mopped up well what that unit in was put in an end somehow when they water evaporated down solving scott the caught fire 'em went up the side of a wall all a cop a ceiling on liar are actually not the ceiling the roof materials goes by an outside wall an a an forty five seconds are guys were there fire extinguishers but it didn't matter i couldn't couldn't put it out and the ceiling was on fire fire extinguisher install a reach twenty five feet under their my gun were you there yeah it was a ten o'clock on a friday are was a delight twentyfifth twenty fifth two thousand fourteen 'em so yeah the shop one spoiled alarms went off we did are evacuation procedures in a in a while so that everybody nobody was hurt and then i would imagine hey massive headache with ryan dealing in germany and i'll say it was a it just managing the whole process of one of the things we did a you know are employees were murray it right away on it but what we had done as we had a paid for next hour ride around are insurance that said if we had any type of disaster like that r insurance would pay all of our employees and their benefits for one year 'em so when we told all the employees that a a way of people crying and coming up a given us hogs you know there were some you now people ever attire from working for us a better word jerem fifty plus years so you know people have spent their lifetime era and so people were worried that if you didn't if you weren't being able to produce the parts than then and if they weren't being able to work because the machines were down but they wouldn't get paid right and you know because what happened is in an whether they were at work or not they got hey so when we had the fire after we had the fire you know we only need in about twenty five percent of the people come in for a period of time in the room was is that a they would get paid a but they had to be available available twenty four hours notice to come back to where i am and if they got another job they added notify us 'em they had to be available to come back to work for us and it worked worked out pretty well we were able to bring everybody back a we did lose some work when we had the fire on by at least at a at a limited a traumatic experience for them because of somebody couldn't find a job or six months or a year after the fire they were still getting a full paying benefits that parade the time listeners do you have an idea for a future episode of swore cast or is you're company interested in advertising on the worst cast podcast if so please send us an email that source cast podcast at g mail dot com that's that's source cast podcast at g mail dot com but you still had two other buildings that you could move stuff into even after the fire or one building a two buildings 'em we had not all originally we when we moved in there removed from three different buildings one of the buildings was leased east out to a new tenant de other buildings were still empty in the upper sale a so we a we quickly moved back into that building in that's where i'm sitting now that one and then there's another one across so dr way so two buildings near the business change after the fire a definitely a one we had the fire we had one customer that was a very large customers offer us 'em they did decide that they didn't wanna come back without saying signed a new agreement comeback a but unfortunately it turned out that they ended up a resource in the work the other people so at a that a that hurt us here at this plant plant so stay stay busy in at the didn't have any ill effects of it but are plant here 'em felt the brunt of that what do you like about the screw machine business in what do you hate 'em all my job is a is changed a lot over the years a as i've done all the different functions 'em i've always found something a in every position that i like doing a for my current position right now a you know i'm a i'm different people managing the different plants showing into focus more on a bigger strategic type things 'em i spent most of my time while working with a liking at different acquisitions of looking at different deals a dude either by company is over find ways of expanding are business 'em i work with the major customers a to a to try to help manage and make sure were growing organically 'em i like all those parts apart the biggest part that i don't like is spend more of the legal side we've had a rash of different things that have happened since the fire 'em where a you know you expect customers to a stick to their agreements 'em and they don't end you're only remedies ends up becoming a is going through the courts and that's the part that i hate i'd like to understand you're acquisitions strategy john on i think you believe that indeed andy machining business it's very difficult to grow organically and if this is the case a you're constantly on the hunt for customer acquisition through company acquisition yeah i mom sent correct i don't know that i sent customer acquisition is just more acquisitions other of businesses a that weekend is another way of growing are business were still able to grow organically and a an weight and we have one from they acquisitions died it's it's another part of all of our world the gives us an opportunity to a have a bigger footprint a a to a you know an essay as the owner of the business and also in operator operator my goal is to a increase shareholders well i'm boston they get so that this company is worth more every year and acquisitions is a great tool to be able to do that do you have 'em other investors in your business or is it all family owned a we are a see fo 'em except la a in eight five percent owner and the best match a he's only other a owner or investor i remember you would talked about a couple of times a how you in your brothers owned the business equally now i could tell that story so what happened was when 'em in a ninety eight ninety nine when we were buying a my dad came to me and said i like do a saudi of the company and when he said that on originally the structure was gonna be ours grown the majority in my two brothers were we gonna have a smaller stakes in the business and the main reason for that was is that i had been working there for ten years and they had just started so i told my dad the old on a little bit deuce racer so i did end on the biggest family business could be very tough in the biggest problems albums with family business after the research that i did what i came up with was great of power in green of money so what i did is i wanna try to put together a structure where we would we went on this business and still be able to be successful as a family to so what i did is i said all right 'em oregon alone at eight third third in the third where you're gonna be equal owners and there's been an can we will get paid what are patient briefer business we have an outside consultant decide what are based fans but all the profits that will take out of the business 'em in the benefits of that will be split equally my that was my way of saying all right were not gonna have the green of money inside of it be part of are equation 'em in there was gonna be enough for us all around to all be successful 'em in i wasn't gonna be grady on that side so i came to the great power aside and i had a little bit tougher time figuring out a structure fire that that suit because i was gonna be president of the company but this is when i came up with i talked to my brothers 'em they agreed 'em that's a i should be president of the company on an are operating agreement says the i get that make all major decision so i'm in charge and i can make all i get the make all major decisions for the company they only copy at that is they own two thirds so they can't fire me so if i don't do a good job in what i'm doing a and that's how i took out the greed of power side of it you know i am in charge i i do i do make all the major decisions spur business but but i explain everything to them i still get there by on on stuff there are some times when i overall what if they think i'm doing a to pour of a job my jobs on the line i can be fired whatever their jobs a one of my brothers is a general manager he manages the plant here in manchester ohio in my other brother is an engineer he's are head engineer for the plants a hit a plant seren better ohio right in that that gives them some perspective to in their sort of micro environments to that probably oh yeah i mean it's a snowplow right that really well i mean that's a you know our our twenty years do it it's worthwhile so far 'em but i'm were fifty fifty five hours a week and i think it's helped on that side my brothers both they both get in here before me and leave after me a they they work very hard they're very dedicated a they know i have their best interests at heart a forever thing again they don't like every decision i may on a but a but it it's it's it's working some happy on the next episode of swore cast i'm a strategic buyer because all right i've got a screw machines i've got hydro maps i got grinding i've got a lot of there's other operations that might bring value to that business and now those customer base if it's a private equity.

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"twentyfifth" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"twentyfifth" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"It's always the same thing. I saw you on Facebook. Yeah. One name. Hi, oh, it says Kylie. But then it says. This is my name is Helen. Two. What's alive and kazoo named their kid? Helen, helen. I'm very lonely and bored right now. Oh, I was looking to Facebook and found you you rally in that. It says can you meet me tomorrow? I can't I can't. Very busy. And then it says my name is savannah. I'm twentyfive. I'm very lonely aboard right now. Hi, my name is ruby. But the title says sky come on guys be better at your at least be consistent come on. Yeah. They're all very bored. Young Liam board. You should be able to proofread your Email. Lex idol be these young ladies are really worried about spelling. No because it's some creeper. Sending-off finding pictures and just. Here's the Email that he or she wrote and just attaching stuff, hopefully, one will hit and it'll take something like what is it do like, which I'm not going to click on it and respond. But then it's just they recognize that the Email address is a valid not cooking. I mean, of course, not. But what's the point? It's. I don't. All land for someone lonely and bored. Also, really, so they really just want to hook up with us. All of us. That's hard to do. We are all three of us are there type or Helen's tight. How often does that happen? Diverse idea of sexuality. Hey, guys. We can't say that sounds.

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IBM gets boost from new businesses, tops estimates

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

03:54 min | 3 years ago

IBM gets boost from new businesses, tops estimates

"Dot com what needs to happen before the stock abide bmc can finally get momentum going everyone thought the company needed to get sales go and again but that happened the first quarter of the stocks remain listless we heard that ibm's new fast going cricket impertinence division which includes their cloud business needed to start off setting the slower legacy business they do they deliver on the promises and yet the stock still trades in laughable ten times earnings so let's go to take tonight ibm reported some solid numbers four cent earnings beat off a three or four basis higher than expected revenue of three point seven percent year on top of that magic maintain their for your guides which may not sound like much but when you're stock trades just ten times earnings really hitting the estimates or slightly beat them as a big deal so to help digest these results which i think seem darn good let's check in with morton schroeder he's the senior vice president of ibm mr schroder welcome back to bad money to see more never seen you jim thank you thanks for the time martin i see this better than expected revenue number twenty billion dollars i wanted to what it's made up of and whether you're happy with the gross margins that it generates sure two things because there's a lot there on in terms of trajectory you may remember already a year ago we said the trajectory each of these businesses was going to start to improve part of that was delivered again in the last ninety days when we grew revenue good single digit growth right pretty consistent with what we talked about the elements of that consistent with what we've been in the past very good systems performance again we said already that the mainframe when we announced it was going to have a short orc in a long arc to it and that long arc is playing out quite well we also got good growth in some of our cloud businesses we got good growth in in elements of our analytics portfolio which sits in cognitive solution so so the revenue trajectory we're quite pleased with and we think we think that we can keep momentum going on the margin side if you have some mixed issues on margin as we always do right but the trajectory continues to improve from where we were so seen the gross profit dollar growth out of that revenue and we'll see margin we'll see margin stabilization okay i want to see that i also was gratified to see four point seven billion dollars in cloud you're talking about a run rate for cloud that makes you one of the largest cloud companies but we don't hear enough about it i love the fact that you issued some of the winds talk about the winds how big they are and whether the competitive sure so look this is a competitive industry right we've got some fierce competitors they invest heavily we invest heavily so let's look at the wind for instance that we had industrial area it's a it's a win across all of the government okay so the government very adept very very good about how they procure how they think about their on a journey just like enterprises are and that journey includes cloud that journey includes analytics that journey includes some new technologies like blockchain and quantum and things so we were able to go in and compete for what is a billion dollar contract industry leeann dollars so about seven hundred and fifty million us big big platform play to help the government now take their vision of how a government should run by twenty twentyfive again these are long long right how they should run by twenty twentyfive we'll bring in all our technologies we have the process expertise to help them put it in place and importantly i think it's a good measure of what we've talked to all our customers about which is you can trust us you can trust us with your data you can trust us to talk about that because there are some companies in the value of some people regard as being compromised and you see a pick up some wins from people just say look i gotta go with ibm because your history is to not give up information yeah i think there are a couple of things that are really important for our clients one we don't compete with our clients right so so that's really important to them they know when our financial model looks like and they know that we don't have.

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Trump meets Putin in Helsinki with hopes of improving US-Russia relations

Morning Edition

04:41 min | 3 years ago

Trump meets Putin in Helsinki with hopes of improving US-Russia relations

"What is the mood in helsinki and what topics are the two leaders going to cover on david green and i'm new l king the president tweeted this morning that the relationship between the us and russia vote has never been worse so what plans if any does he have to improve the relationship and these brutal heatwaves that have baked much of the country this summer could be affecting our brains as well as our bodies it is monday july sixteenth happy birthday to stewart copeland tremor of the police he is sixty six years old today and the news is next live from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly president trump is in finland for today's summit with russian president flat amir putin as npr's scott neuman reports there's no specific agenda for their one on one meeting in helsinki despite president trump's frequent praise for putin a few hours before the two leaders were to meet trump tweeted that the relationship between the us and russia has never been worse among other things trump has promised to bring up the meddling question again but suggested that there would be no perry mason moment when putin suddenly admits interfering in the two thousand sixteen us election even so putin is likely to get his best reception in years from us president many critics say trump's testing meeting with nato and is more recent comments about the european union being a foe play into putin's desire to see a split between america and its traditional allies scott neuman npr news the president of the european count council is urging trump and putin not to escalate trade disputes at their talks in helsinki donald tusk was speaking today in beijing following an annual e you chinese economic summit trade experts say canada's economy could be hurt if president trump imposes additional tariffs on china that's something he's threatening to do is prompting china to file a challenge with world trade organization dan carpenter chuck has more with the administration of president donald trump imposing twentyfive percent tariffs on thirty four billion dollars worth of chinese goods the gloves are off but more may be yet to come washington suggested that by the end of the summer a further two hundred billion dollars in chinese products could face tariffs that won't happen until congress assesses the implications of such an escalation it's not clear what products are sectors would be hit hardest by the us china trade fight but much of the manufacturing in canada relies on chinese parts trade specialists in canada's say their country should brace for more economic pain it's already coping with trump's tariffs on imports of canadian steel and aluminum for npr news i'm dan carpenter in toronto in addition to canada trump impose tariffs last month on us imports of steel and aluminum from mexico and countries in the european union stocks in asia ended lower today after china reported economic growth below expectations it came in at six point seven percent in the latest quarter stock markets finished in negative territory in china and hong kong later today wall street gets a look at new numbers on retail sales in the us a new survey from the national association for business economics suggests hiring and salaries in the us will continue rising over the next three months along with corporate sales among the wildfires burning in the western us is one in california near yosemite national park it broke out three days ago and has burned at least seven square miles of brush along the park's western edge it left one firefighter dead over the weekend this is npr news from washington authorities in new mexico are investigating a deadly crash on interstate twenty five north of albuquerque it involve four vehicles three people were killed a car slammed into a pickup from behind early yesterday a commercial passenger bus swerved to avoid those vehicles and ended up on its side and tractor trailer than sideswiped the bus some members of charlotte north carolina's city councillor questioning the city's bid to host the twenty twenty republican national convention david borax with member station wfan has more charlotte mayor vials has promoted the city's bid since february but in recent weeks fellow democrats on the city council with question whether it's a good idea the mayor sites economic benefits of the event noting that the city how the democratic national convention in two thousand twelve but councilmember luana mayfield's has president trump and republicans don't fit the city's values because i don't think it's the compensation that fall economic is a moral compensation and that we need to have as far as what type of city are wing leaders of local democratic groups plan to hold a.

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West Virginia, Sacramento and Mclaren discussed on Programming

Programming

01:58 min | 3 years ago

West Virginia, Sacramento and Mclaren discussed on Programming

"Brad kavanagh brings similar academic experience background and judicial philosophy that i think most people on my side of the aisle will find acceptable on cbs his face the nation the texas republican says he expects at least three democrats to vote to confirm cavanaugh to the high court those three senators senator joe manchin of west virginia joe donnelly of indiana heidi heitkamp north dakota help to confirm neal gorsuch last year who cavanaugh is widely considered to be very similar to congressman adam schiff says the latest round of indictments gives a peek into special counsel robert mueller's investigation trump views putin has his benefactor after all putin intervened these russian military intelligence officers were not acting on their own putin intervene to help trump and trump is nothing if not grateful for that help on cnn's state of the union the california democrat said the indictments show that russian hackers may have stolen emails from the dnc immediately after donald trump publicly asked the russian federation defined hillary clinton's emails schiff another top democrats have been calling for president trump to cancel his upcoming meeting with ladimir putin saying such a meeting would only poorly for the united states authorities from rio rancho new mexico are confirming three people are dead and twenty two have been injured after a tour bus was involved in a four vehicle pileup on interstate twenty five the crash which also involved a semi truck occurred around two thirty sunday morning if you stay twentyfive was closed in both directions for the investigation of virginia man's need for speed is left him without a car a man driving a mclaren seven twenty s was speeding in fairfax county when he crashed the three hundred thousand dollar car into a tree and total it only a day after buying it police say the driver only suffered nonlife threatening injuries fairfax county police department posted a picture of the mangled car facebook urging drivers to slow down or it could cost you and there's a brand new number one film at the weekend box office hotel transylvania three summer vacation or just over forty five million dollars mark mayfield nbc news radio ninety five bull is sacramento's number one.

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Nancy Sinatra Sr., Frank Sinatra's first wife, dead at 101

Dark Secret Place

02:25 min | 3 years ago

Nancy Sinatra Sr., Frank Sinatra's first wife, dead at 101

"Ten pm kfi am six forty more stimulating talk michael should pay with the news the griffith observatory was evacuated because of a suspicious package for several hours lapd officer mike lopez says the bomb squad was called out the scene after the item was founded about one this afternoon the all clear given about three hours later at four earlier this week more than two thousand people were ordered out of the observatory and its surrounding park griffith park because of a wildfire a bus rolled over and crashed on the ten freeway in downtown la and chp officer roberto gomez says the bus with thirty two people on board rolled over on the ten at the one ten connector at about four this morning that were transported nonetheless considered major injuries that was point from palacasino in route to create most of the people riding on the bus were asleep at the time of the accident the says they're still looking for the reason why the fiftythreeyearold bus driver lost control of the vehicle frank sinatra's first wife nancy sinatra senior has died her daughter nancy sinatra junior says her mother passed away peacefully last night she was one hundred one nancy barbados sinatra was born march twentyfifth nineteen seventeen in jersey city new jersey she was the first of frank sinatra's four wives and the mother of his three children they got married in nineteen thirty nine in divorced in nineteen fifty one after frank had a string of affairs about six thousand people are celebrating what he this weekend in oklahoma akina oklahoma normally has three thousand residents but the population has grown to six thousand this weekend as music lovers gather for the woody guthrie folk festival that celebrates the singer best known for this land is your land reformers this year include grammy winner jason mraz and arlo guthrie daughter and woody's granddaughter antigun three festival organizers says people come from as far away as scotland and australia for the festival which continues through tomorrow land was made kfi new brady's of the world or going extinct marsha middle kids won't be around because millennials don't want three children anymore all the time women's lifestyle magazine the cut says middle kids are becoming a rarity as family planning trends from the nineteen seventies have essentially reversed pew research center says in nineteen seventyone gallup info showed having three children was the ideal in the late seventy s more than thirty five percent of moms between forty and forty four had four children are more.

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Sarah Fabian, Manhattan and Brian discussed on Get Real with Dr. Howard and Susan Howard

Get Real with Dr. Howard and Susan Howard

02:45 min | 3 years ago

Sarah Fabian, Manhattan and Brian discussed on Get Real with Dr. Howard and Susan Howard

"On twentyfifth street as firefighters arrived at the scene victims trapped companies arrived on the scene all fibers extending from the basement to the zillow says the children were two five and seven three people are still in critical condition nearly twenty firefighters were treated at the scene eight were hospitalized officials are investigating what sparked the blaze pretty people are recovering after they were wounded in a brooklyn shooting yesterday police gunfire erupted shortly before two pm at the fulton mall on gallatin place where five people were arguing with a man before someone pulled out a gun and opened fire police say two men and women were injured officials say one of the victims was the intended target while the others were bystanders protests are planned in scotland today against president trump richard jordan has more the president will be spending the weekend at the trump gophers word intern bury the bbc says shortly after his arrival friday a paraglider was seen flying close to the resort with the banner that read trump wellbelowpar ahead of trump's arrival a large protests was held in glasgow with protesters carrying signs against trump's policies and urging him to go back to the us more protests are expected today at trump's golf courses in scotland and a large carnival of resistance will be held in edinburgh featuring the trump baby balloon richard jordan nbc news radio us judge is ordering the government to pay the cost of reuniting migrant families after separating them at the us mexican border brian shook has details at a hearing in san diego friday us judge dana sabra said it doesn't make any sense to make parents pay for anything after taking their children away from them the ruling comes after an aclu lawsuit where immigrant parents were told that they had to pay for their travel and dna tests to verify that there related to their child government lawyer sarah fabian says the judge's order is a huge ask on the department of health and human services the government is currently working to reunite about two thousand children with their parents brian shook nbc news radio new york city health department says fourteen cases of legionnaires disease from one area of manhattan seven people with these are in the hospital they're still dangerous rip currents from hurricane chris lifeguards have been making some rescues this week in alice's husband saw the power of the strong rip currents on l kayak and out looking at a wave hit him at his kayak when flying out from underneath them and lifeguards say if you're caught in a rip current you gotta swim with horizontal the shore you gotta get out of the rep don't try to fight the rep kind of go with the flow horse all this is the first get out the reverend once you feel like you're out there rep dents women i'm scott pringle for seven ten w w news time is eleven.

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Twenty Four Hours, Twenty Five Twenty Four Hours and Forty Eight Hours discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

04:04 min | 3 years ago

Twenty Four Hours, Twenty Five Twenty Four Hours and Forty Eight Hours discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

"To uphold the country's law that criminalizes homosexual acts the government is asking that the court not widely argument to deal with gay marriage adoption inheritance the laws of stands now has a ten year prison sentence for same sex relations allegations that a chinese hacking team linked to beijing has penetrated computer systems belonging to cambodia's election commission opposition leaders and media leading up to the election this is the twenty ninth of this month global news twenty four hours a day they're only twenty four hours right i was going to say twenty five twenty four hours a day on aaron tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter if there were twentyfive we'd be there this is bloomberg juliette sometimes feels like that doesn't ed thanks so much for joining us singapore studio now by brandon michael prize executive director clyde investments taurus wealth advisors mike great to see you thanks for coming in you know we're looking at the trade war and the implications to markets we've certainly seen in china the shanghai composite extend into that bear market territory the saying last week they wouldn't use the one as a trade weapon things have changed in the last forty eight hours what do you think might happen from china in terms of retaliation i think it's going to be complicated but i think if you step back the real question is this it's often said that the only winner in a trade war inflation and we already have the largest stimulus in history outside of wars the last stimulus tax catholic biz was basically of the vietnam war the korean war so i think it's because to the question about chinese currency in financial markets it's very important to understand that i think the fed powell the mr powell at the fed has a real dilemma because he is determined to raise interest rates before potentially we have a slowdown in the economy but now with these trade tensions potentially would very much complicated his his endeavors so that is the question mark is also the question for china the currency could we see more dollar strength because of higher rates and how this potentially lead to capital market is location do you really believe that leaders on both sides who are conducting these trade negotiations are are not cognizant of the stakes and how high they are in disrupting the the global growth story i mean is this still part of the negotiation process do you think or have we crossed beyond that is if we have crossed the rubicon look i think that's the question that has many people's mind but i think mr trump is delivering on his campaign promises and that is to help the american worker and to some extent restructure nachos global trade but the global world order shortterm that would lead to potentially yes i mean higher inflation but also more importantly higher higher wages in the united states which is what he would like to rebalance the the sort of the benefit from companies to individual voters and people who voted for him at the american worker that of course has negative implement longerterm implications for financial assets and they're already at a multiyear an alternate ultimate highs recently but does it also you know what president trump is trying to do in terms of hurting capital intensive in business sentiment in the us i look i think that's to to the question previously that's the really big debate but mr trump might think short term pain for longterm gain because i think he'd made it very clear when he said that look the united states doesn't really have too much of choice because it's already rather bad with regards to house he sees attracts the trade situation so i think there's no easy solution to this unless it costs them in a big way politically because we've got the us off term elections coming up in the us this fall and there are a lot of republican states red states that have been and are being adversely impacted by a lot of the discussions whether they're manufacturers or whether they're in the agricultural industries will continue with rainer michael price here on daybreak asia he's with taurus wealth management update you on markets and global news that's coming up this is bloomberg listen as a hiring manager i've got to.

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President Trump kicks off NATO summit with jab at Germany

The Joe Piscopo Morning

01:31 min | 3 years ago

President Trump kicks off NATO summit with jab at Germany

"Circle of taxpayers president speaking at the nato summit in brussels these countries have to step it up now over ten year period after step it up immediately germany's a rich country they talking about bye well they could increase it immediately mr trump says germany because of a huge pipeline project is totally controlled by and captive to russia accusing beijing of unfair trade practices the trump administration now turning up the heat on china the office of the us trade representative is proposing ten percent tariffs amounting to two hundred billion dollars on a list of six thousand thirty one chinese product lines ranging from burglar alarms to mackerel the tariffs would come on top of twentyfive percent tariffs imposed by the us just last friday i'm thirty four billion dollars worth of chinese products china responded to last week's round of tariffs with the same amount of tariffs on us imports the trump administration says the new levies would be a response to china's decision to retaliate mike rossier washington it's factor capitol hill today for supreme court nominee brad kavanagh he'll have more meetings with senators will decide the fate of his nomination to the high court some of the boys rescued from the cave and thailand or battling lung infections that's according to a thai public health official says they also lost some weight during the eighteen day ordeal and drank water dribbled from the ceiling of the cavern on wall street this morning stock futures are sharply lower futures down about one hundred ninety one points nasdaq futures off fifty eight.

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Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Juan Martin del Potro in the Wimbledon quarter-finals

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

02:19 min | 3 years ago

Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Juan Martin del Potro in the Wimbledon quarter-finals

"To done a page who's looking first at wimbledon donna thanks brian in tennis top seed and world number two roger federer defeated audrey in monterey no on monday to reach the quarterfinals at wimbledon federer with three match points just a few minutes final one service game the great credit for the quarterfinals world number one and second seed rafael on the dow defeated year eventually to reach the quarters along with fifth seed juan martine del potrero on the women's side seven time wimbledon champ serena williams who seated twentyfifth following her maternity leave defeated ginny rodeina to advance to the quarterfinals along with eleven seat angelique kerber but seven seed caroliina push cova was upset by number twenty kiki burton's in the fourth round so the last of the women's top ten seeds is out in major league baseball the yankees and orioles are playing a double header tonight in baltimore the mets are hosting the phillies in their own double header tonight the nationals are visiting the pirates the red sox are going for their seventh straight win tonight against the rangers at fenway park the as are going for their third straight win tonight against the astros in houston meanwhile the astros have won six games in a row the giants host the cubs later tonight after san francisco split it's four game weekend series with the cardinals i'm donna page that's your bloomberg nbc world sports update all right donna thank you so much we continue the conversation later on with jeff ken is on markets here he's from ubs securities he's had their of global emerging markets strategy just in case the one thing i noticed they built chart here some traditional correlations have actually broken down so yields you as doll and gm currencies have now reversed in other words higher yields at this point now after you mean stronger em fx and also a lower us don mark coming up next this is bloomberg are you time is running out in just over twenty years it is estimated that particular giraffe numbers have fallen from thirty six thousand to less than nine thousand today fit together wakened ten things around your support to the san diego's global wildlife conservancy helps support efforts like northern range lands.

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China, President and Earl Earliest China discussed on

01:29 min | 3 years ago

China, President and Earl Earliest China discussed on

"Of state mike pompeo is dismissing north korea's reaction to his latest visit to discuss ending that country's nuclear program young foreign ministry is bashing hopes for a quick deal at accuses the us of making quote gangster like demands pompeo says these are complicated issues but we made progress on almost all of the central issues some places a great deal of progress other place there's still more work to be done he adds that sanctions will remain in place until kim jong un's pledged to get rid of his nuclear weapons is met the thai navy seals who have been spearheading the effort for the twelve boys and their shocker coach trapped in a cave posted a photo on their facebook page vowing to get them all home safe risky operation to bring them out is underway at this hour and the first boy is expected to be out of the cave about ten am eastern time in this country at the earl earliest china has filed a second complaint to the world trade organization over new us tariffs made a brief statement chinese government stated that beijing submitted the wto complaint against measures taken by the us the us government has imposed twentyfive percent duties on thirty four billion dollars of imports from china the first in a series of possible increases made president trump says could affect up to five hundred fifty billion dollars of chinese goods correspondent dennis crowley the largest of the california wildfires is more than half contained now the one hundred thirty eight square mile fire north.

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Theresa May Wins Cabinet Backing for U.K. Soft Brexit Blueprint

02:44 min | 3 years ago

Theresa May Wins Cabinet Backing for U.K. Soft Brexit Blueprint

"Adm across emerets five and if you're in london this is bloomberg daybreak middle east i'm used to the dean and the question you gotta ask yourself this morning is is the goldilocks environments to live in the markets jeffrey would say absolutely interesting moves in global markets just by looking at it you wouldn't think that trade tensions are escalating espn closing about nine tenths of one percent higher that is a rally that saw sexist like copper and biotech leading gains this is the highest close in more than two weeks for the sds over ninety percent of the index rising little bit of risk appetite returning ironically we'll get to that shortly those coming around brent crude seventy seven dollars a barrel a little bit lower we had a surprise build in us inventories one point two five million barrels last week specifically that was countered to the bloomberg survey that suggested that build up of course we did rather reached seventy five dollars a barrel for wto for the first time since two thousand fourteen was important week plenty more to digest on the energy front as well keep an eye on cable football might be coming home sending men did very well last night cheers around this office cables up for a half of one percent theresa may wins the backing of a cabinet for what's being called a gangster like soft brexit on a good brexit i comes up jen says about buck thirty four on a dime side scenario a buck twentyfive of course it depends on how the europeans take this one hundred businesses sign a letter saying kill this plan at because it's just too unwielding dollar indexed on a third of one percent i mentioned goldilocks rising jobs no hike in wages the greenback posted its worst wiki declined since march the fourth straight week of a drop and closing hundreds two hundred day moving average for the third week in a row so are dollar having let's get to christine harvey should get you up to speed with all the other stories making the i would headlines christine north korea has slammed the us position on denuclearization during two days of meetings with mike pompeo as gangster like that's just hours after the secretary of state said he'd add goodfaith negotiations with his counterparts in pyongyang the news suggests ask re analysts had feared the two sides remain far apart on their goals and at the north promises are uk prime minister theresa may has won a crucial victory over pro brexit cabinet members after twelve hour meeting her government will now back a wide ranging plan to keep close trade ties with the european union after leaving the block trade that will protect jobs and livelihoods also meet our commitment to northern ireland we've also agreed new business friendly customs model.

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Boys' lack of diving skills delaying cave evacuation, authorities say

Joe Pags

01:44 min | 3 years ago

Boys' lack of diving skills delaying cave evacuation, authorities say

"Of the spurs big three who along with tim duncan and manu ginobili led the silver and black to four nba championships rescue workers continue their efforts to free the twelve members of a boy soccer team and their coach trapped in a cave in thailand the mood this rescue operation has become more subdued following the death of one of the volunteers but what hasn't wave it is the professionalism and dedication of all at the teams involved there is though an increasing sense of urgency we've learned that the levels of oxygen caves where the boys are tracked is deteriorating there's also still the threat of more bad weather heavy monsoon rains are looming forecast in the next twenty four hours china's calling it the biggest trade warren economic history and striking back at the latest us tariffs following the imposition at midnight of us tariffs on thirty four billion dollars worth of chinese goods china immediately retaliated by imposing a similar twentyfive percent tariff on five hundred forty five us products including cars and soybeans china's commerce ministry also said it had launched a new complaint with the world trade organization the us tariffs are the result of president trump's efforts to protect american jobs and stop what he calls unfair transfers of american technology and intellectual property to china the us had a record three hundred seventy five billion dollar trade deficit with china last year borough the first hurricane of our season is a little stronger and more menacing to the caribbean meteorologists at the national hurricane center robbie burg says while it's currently a category one storm in the central atlantic it's now packing eighty mile per hour maximum sustained winds continue to strengthen the next couple.

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Watchdog: More time needed on alleged Syria chemical attack

Fresh Air

03:48 min | 3 years ago

Watchdog: More time needed on alleged Syria chemical attack

"Reunify immigrant families but still they need to ask for an extension that's what a justice department lawyer will ask judge daynuss abroa in his san diego courtroom this afternoon soubra ordered the government to rejoin parents with their small children by next week and with their older children later this month but federal child welfare workers say it takes time to conduct the dna test to determine parentage and do background checks on the parents before they released the children federal agents removed nearly three thousand children from their parents a hundred of whom are under five years of age the president reversed the policy six weeks later after an international outcry john burnett npr news a global chemical weapons watchdogs out with a new report containing details of an alleged chemical weapons attack in syria that attack on rebels and duma prompted president trump to order airstrikes on assad regime targets earlier this year npr's with sherlock reports of the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons now concludes chlorine was used in the initial attack but there was no evidence of a nerve agent on the seventh of april syrian activists posted videos from inside the besieged rebelheld suburb of douma sharing panics men women and children struggling for breath there were unconfirmed reports of dozens of people kills the state department said reports of the attack suggested a nerve agent was used in response to the dimmer attack the us struck syrian government targets it said were connected to the regime's chemical weapons program in its interim report on the attack however the cw now says it's found no traces of a nerve agent it did though find evidence of chlorine gas a far less deadly chemical agent that has been weaponized frequently in the syrian civil war wreath shylock npr news british prime minister theresa may has summoned her cabinet to try to get them to agree how britain's going to leave the eu here's npr's al's fordham may has a meeting schedule to twelve hours with cabinet ministers who can't agree how many of the structures regulations of the european union they want to continue to be part of it's still to be possible she will ask some ministers to resign if they will not agree to her latest plan two years after the uk voted lethal european union there's still no clear plan the how that will happen that's alice fordham the us labor sectors coming off a strong month two hundred thirteen thousand more jobs and with more companies hiring more unemployed people decide to resume their search for work which contributed to the uptick in the unemployment rate to four percent this is npr news from news i'm ryan levy california's agriculture and shipping industries expect to be hit hard by escalating trade war between the us and china today president trump's twentyfive percent trade tariffs on a list of chinese goods worth about thirty four billion dollars a year took effect and china is retaliating with tariffs on fresh and dried produce nuts meat and fish among hundreds of us goods mike example is a spokesman for the port of oakland agricultural exports through the port of oakland have grown forty or fifty percent little last five years phenomenal growth almost all of that growth is going to markets in asia principally china chinese tariffs will likely mean higher prices and decreased demand for california produce the california department of motor vehicles says more than twenty five hundred people have been cited over the last year for illegally using disabled persons placards that's an increase of a thousand citations from the same period between two thousand sixteen and twenty seventeen dmv spokesman high may garza says the numbers rose to increase help from law enforcement throughout the state if you were disabled and someone parked in the spot that you needed and didn't really need that spot how would you feel how would you father feel your mother your brother who needed that spot think twice before you.

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Dollar slumps after U.S. nonfarm payrolls data, tariffs kick in

Michael Berry

02:29 min | 3 years ago

Dollar slumps after U.S. nonfarm payrolls data, tariffs kick in

"What you see is what you get he's got a long long record and i think one of the things that you're seeing right now with some of the concerns that have been raised as simply that because judge cavanaugh has such a long record and because for some time now he's been rumored to be one of the front runners you know folks are coming through the opinions and and and and it sort of par for the course perhaps in washington politics to try to attack and question somebody who's rumored to be the front runner of course but i got to think that you got to like somebody who's easy to predict what they're going to do for the president the ones that you end up picking or your think they're going to do something like maybe john roberts what you think they're gonna do something and they don't need go wall i didn't see that coming as far as that goes so i would think any president would like to pick somebody they feel pretty confident is going to rule the way they is we were talking with our guest earlier this morning i'm he's got a great group of people stephen miller there in the white house and also someone from the federalists who have been compiling list of appropriate people for for months now and he's got some really strong candidates all the way down so you know the senate doesn't approve these well there are more in the wings that's for sure so the man's made a lot of appointments seven twenty six now here newsradio seven forty ktar h courtney donohoe standby tend to take a look at your money where about ten minutes away from the latest job number courtney exactly so we're going to get that report while analysts say june is too early to see significant fall from trade tensions in the employment data a lot of forces are starting to emerge right now but nonfarm payrolls are projected to rise one hundred ninety five thousand for june unemployment probably holding steady three point eight percent so that's going to be out in just a moment from now we'll after months of back and forth the twentyfive percent tariff on thirty four billion dollars of chinese goods entering the us took effect just after midnight washington time today with farming plows and airplane parts among the products targeted china hit back immediately via duties on u s shipments including soybeans automobiles neither side show any sign of backing down so as a result we are seeing futures lower and i'm over the counter medicines are priced twenty two twenty two percent lower than similar private label products sold them walgreens or cvs that's according to analysis from jeffries eighty four percent of products have walgreens and seventy two percent of products said cvs sell at higher price points than amazon's basic air products i'm courtney donohoe bloomberg business.

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Teva moves US headquarters amid deadly opioid epidemic

Think Realty Radio

03:14 min | 3 years ago

Teva moves US headquarters amid deadly opioid epidemic

"From npr news in washington i'm windsor johnston us impose tariffs on thirty four billion dollars worth of chinese goods are now in effect npr's rob schmitz reports beijing has retaliated with reciprocal duties on u s imports the us tariffs on chinese products came at midnight imposing a twenty five percent duty on industrial and tech goods ranging from semiconductors to farm machinery the chinese response was swift twentyfive percent tariffs on thirty four billion dollars worth of us goods including soybeans beef whiskey and a range of agriculture products a spokesman for china's foreign ministry said the us tariffs violate the rules of the world trade organization that's npr's rob schmitz reporting from shanghai embattled environmental protection agency administrator scott pruitt is stepping down from his position susan phillips from member station whyy in philadelphia reports the agency's union workers are hope the move will result in positive change the union president for epa workers in the philadelphia region says pruitt damaged the agency's credibility reversals of pollution controls pruitt's lavish spending and the multiple ethics investigations have taken a toll on morale the union says epa employees simply want the resources to carry out their mission preserving the environment and protecting public health you're listening to npr news in washington this is wnyc in new york good morning i'm richard hake the staten island woman who climbed up the statue of liberty to protest federal immigration policy has been released after pleading not guilty to charges of trespassing disorderly conduct and interfering with a government agency theresa kumo says she will continue to speak out in her words as long as children are in cages a stupid on intelligent coward n s q i will add a maniac will whip dander hr form its mother kumo appeared before manhattan federal court she says she stands by her act i wouldn't do it again to judge tobin not to of course i would not do it again but i think the message was sent the trump administration says it's working to reunite the nearly three thousand children with your parents are us district judge has ruled that by today officials must make sure every separated parent has a way to contact their child pharmaceutical manufacturer tesla is moving its headquarters over to new jersey from its current home in philadelphia new jersey governor phil murphy tweeted the news but nj advanced media reporter steven sterling says the company is one of the largest makers of one of the drugs of the center of the current opioid epidemic new jersey is on pace to shatter its records for opioid death for the third year in a row sentinel is the a key driver of that to have is one of eleven drug manufacturers that was sued by the city of newark last year for its role in the opioid crisis the lawsuit accused the companies of using deceptive advertising to market the drug and hiding it's addiction risks path stations at the world trade center exchange place.

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