36 Burst results for "Two Thousand Eleven"
Monocle 24: The Globalist
As Tunisia’s President Cements One-Man Rule, Opposition Grows
"Two thousand and eleven revolution in tunisia triggered the arab spring and the country was hailed as a beacon of democracy. But now after the president's qeisi edge gave himself polit rule by decree two months after he sucked. The prime minister suspended parliament and assumed executive authority. Several thousand people have demonstrated against him in the biggest show of public anger since his coup. Well joining me. Eliza volkmann a freelance journalist based in tunis elizabeth. Thanks for coming on. How has tunisia reach this point. Since the heady days of two thousand eleven what happened to the democratic gains the the big problem in tunisia has been a downward spiral intensive While it's been negative economic development unfortunately The there's been a lot of problems within parliament's because the complicated list system has meant that this never been a majority policy. So one of the big problems politically is that you've just had this very kind of rambunctious politics point-scoring within the assembly and not the type of results that would have liked to
Bloomberg Daybreak Asia
Fresh update on "two thousand eleven" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia
"Kevin McCarthy has suspended any votes in the House of Representatives for the week. The right wing of his party effectively blocking any movement of votes. Smoke from the Canadian wildfires choking much of the Northeast the worst air on the globe in New York City. New York Mayor Eric Adams says unprecedented events suggesting the wearing of masks outside managing air traffic flow. Very problematic as well. There have been ground stops from time to time at LaGuardia in New York and Newark Jersey in New and it's creating a national backup as well and could for days. White House says China re -engagement still very early phase. The state of affairs makes that even more uncertain and more hats in the ring from the Republican nomination today. Mike Pence among them is formally in. Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has proposed a long list of policy targets for the coming year including childcare, supply chains and greening of the economy. Global news powered by more than 2 ,700 journalists and analysts in over 120 countries in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Back to Sydney Paul. Alright thanks very much Ed. We heard earlier from Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan. Speaking at the Bloomberg Invest conference in New York he said that higher capital requirements will curb lending. His comments come after reports that large US banks may have to boost their capital by an average of 20%. Here is Moynihan in conversation with Bloomberg's David Weston. Well there's a lot of money sitting at the Fed in the overnight repo facility and money funds has just been put back and so the dynamics of how this all moves around is interesting. I don't think in the worry be it took deposits out of the banking system but you know there's I'm not sure people see as big issue and by the way if the Treasury Secretary I think they said today they do will this on a non -disruptive basis because they don't they just ran down to 39 billion we're still able to pay the bill so they don't need to get there tomorrow and they'll build it up over time but the goal is to get back in a more regular way. The best news about this whole backlog the is they've got an agreement that extends a period of time so we shouldn't have to deal with this for a which while is really critical because the United States has to be the beacon of stability strength in the world and at times when this question's going on and you travel the world everybody gets fixated on it because the United States is the benchmark benchmark and if it goes completely somehow accidentally it's a real problem and so they get all fixated all this sort of activity into planning for it what would happen not all our company it just it would just be better if it didn't go on but it's it's a political process and they have well beacon of stability we didn't look much like that for a little while there right do people get about that if it's over or other lingering effects do you think i think that's located in my memory two two thousand eleven it felt more serious at the time that did this time because i think people to learn from the actual shut down some some dynamics in the actual downgraded nine states that you can't get that close so i think that the sure uh... of assurances the both political parties plus the experts always involved was for not to let this it may be messy it's like a great strategy he always know what the end is going to be best fun to see how they get there but you know the end of day here they got there and that's the important thing but it's a political process there is another serious question about how much debt company can the country can afford and all that stuff now that's embedded in this as much it is did you know the issue the moment was really getting the the ideas and how they would not pay be a the bills or have to shut down and or default off the table and that's what's done perhaps a related issue actually are the reserves required of your bank and other banks there are reports and I don't think it's unexpected to anybody that there's going to be an increase in capital requirements if that goes forward will it have any effect on your ability to make loans yeah so there are multiple discussions which get sort of pushed together there's the standards for the final the finalization of Basel which is this broad set of things that's going on this stress test is going on that we forget about but that's going on also and that results in surprises some industry in terms of capital demands last year and then there's and then there's the question of applying standards that apply to the G sub banks the biggest banks in broader in the platform because the size of some of the banks and so all three those things get mixed together a little bit but you know in the end of day it's a fairly straightforward if our capital ratios go up by 100 basis points we basically you know simply but you can't make about $150 billion in loans and it because people say say well you have more capping make more loans but if we took risk on that capital we wouldn't have that capital ratio so it has to be a riskless build a capital can't be out there taking risk that was the CEO Bank of America there Brian Moynihan stay with us in a moment Brian and I will take you through the day's top business news stories checker markets for broadcasting live broadcasting live broadcasting live from the Bloomberg Interactive brokers studio in New York Bloomberg 1130 to Washington DC Bloomberg 99 .1 to Boston Bloomberg 106 .1
The Autosport Podcast
Tonio Liuzzi on His F1 Career
"Today i'm joined by two special guests. The first italian driver who started his home pre five times between two thousand six and two thousand eleven in three different teams for going onto rice in twelve endurance. Championship super-g t on formula e v antonio While concern you drank your mess You i'm the second-guessed jonathan. Oh boy who covered. Tony are in formula one at the time And i guess the first time you would have been counted him would be back in two thousand and two macau pre. Yeah i think so. I mean high high tiny macau macau. I've done we'll try to help with coach times but tried to just to kind of meet a lot of the the young rising hotshots coming up and remember much of two thousand and two i think. At the time tonio beat michael schumacher that karting world championship. Macau such a such a big race. Although it wasn't one of his one of his best we can in terms results is always a great great experience race. In macau isn't i think he's one of the race. You can never forget the management the once and it was really shocking experience. 'cause michael is a really unique circuit. I was coming from Wait betty seasoning from what the german former the and whenever after macau and they said the circuit as a while was reading. Grandma goes you can expected to dugan southie like that because there's no more nicole in comparison do my cow that can be For the ball goes. Mcconnell is really unique is really scanty when you're driving with a former foam tree that these much slower than a foam once by taft It wasn't incredible experiences. I was lucky that we can cause in for session. Also sabido many steak because they wanted to offer that acting the first session and Michael the the The the let me do it. Because i i guess the i manage blue there for station in this white or the remaining as was climbing up in terms of speed
AP News Radio
U.S. Presses on With Afghanistan Evacuations Despite Fears of More Attacks
"A day after a devastating suicide bombing at the Kabul airport the United States is pressing on with evacuation flights from Afghanistan amid tighter security and warnings of more possible attacks crowds were back outside the airport Friday despite Thursday's bloodshed the suicide bombing killed thirteen U. S. service members and well over one hundred Afghans to officials put the Afghan toll at one hundred and sixty nine what the K. stands as one of the most lethal for American forces since two thousand eleven at the White House press secretary Jen Psaki the national security team the present met with this morning advised the president vice president that another terror attack in Kabul is likely and they are taking maximum force protection measures at the Kabul airport and surrounding areas with our forces as a result this flights continue to depart the medulla haram we tells the Associated Press he's determined to get out being an explosion may happen any second but Afghans are facing lots of challenges that's why he's overcome the fear to come to the airport the woman didn't want to miss out on I'm Ben Thomas
Men In Blazers
J.J. Watt's Secret to Mental Strength
"My guest today is a bona fide. Day great american born in waukesha wisconsin plus with superhuman quality size strength power quick hands and feet america to dominate. Nfl lines of scrimmage since two thousand eleven defining himself as a warrior. One man wrecking crew future hall of famer. National women's soccer league aficionado box jumping legend who's also a chelsea fan extraordinaire. Welcome to men in blazers. Mr. jj watt. Thank you roger to kind. That was good intro. Jj are so many reasons. I revere ye above old your journey to becoming one of the best players in nfl history which has been a saga overcome challenges after another defying doubters haters illness injury along the way it said that addition to your physical gifts you have intense mental strength the ability to set your mind to a challenge and make it. So what's the secret to perseverance. Belief and dana confidence. I think it's partially a little bit of craziness. I think that there's probably a little bit of insanity in there where you go through some situations where people would say. Maybe now's a good time to stop and you say now. I don't think it is whether it was some of the injuries. I've gone through with my back the broken leg or transferring schools in college. Whatever it is. There's always been some people that said this the right decision is this the right thing to do and for some reason or another way. My parents raised me. When i was a kid. The answer has always been absolutely a threat thing to do.
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Billions in US Weaponry Seized by Taliban
"Hugh hewitt joined now by ambassador. Michael oren longtime ambassador from israel to the united states joining us from israel. Good morning dr. Arnn on a dark thursday morning your investment of the events of the past week. Good to be with you. It's very disheartening Tragic and dangerous dangerous Israel like other american allies will go to the south korea. Japan depend on not just the perception of america's ability to project power but also protection american power. That's that's perception and the reality is who's blow this week But we have additional problems into the japanese in south korea. Don't have at is that he probably von have now acquired vast amounts unfold amount up sophisticated american and remember back in two thousand eleven when qaddafi in libya. It took about one. Week you for american shoulder-fired anti-aircraft missiles to reach gaza one week. Can you imagine what we're gonna have to face now.
Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit
Evidence That Early Alzheimer’s Can Be Reversed With Dr. Dale Bredesen
"I want to start with a big picture question that a lot of people who are listening to this podcast watchings view on youtube one. Oh which is is it truly possible to recover from alzheimer's it's a loaded question and some people might even say it's a blasphemous question right. But you're the man to ask. I would agree with you. It's blasphemous but absolutely we've seen it again and again and again As proof for example we just published a our trial proof of concept trial In that trial eighty four percent of the people actually improve their scores so we have unquestionable objective evidence of improvement. And when you say you publish your trial right for those folks that are just new to you right and are not familiar with your protocol program that you've designed. Let's give a little bit of context around this. What was that trial trying to look bad. And what answers came from it. Yeah great point so way back in two thousand eleven we were looking at root causes as as you well know root cause medicine is critical and so we were looking at root causes of cognitive decline in two thousand eleven. We proposed the first comprehensive trial for people with mci or alzheimer's. And let me. just digress. For one moment to say this concept of mci mild cognitive impairment has really hurt people and the field when you say that someone has mild cognitive impairment that is like saying they have mildly metastatic cancer. It is a late stage of the process. Typically they've had the underlying pathophysiology for fifteen or twenty years before they're getting a diagnosis of mci and then about each year. About ten percent of those people will convert to full on alzheimer's which is a which is the end stage of really. What is the alzheimer's pathophysiology and just pause there for a second. If you could rename that right come up with a different term just to show people the severity in the weight that comes with data. Is there any thoughts of what you would wanna call that absolutely so there are four stages you a symptomatic subject of cognitive impairment. Mild cognitive impairment and alzheimer's what they should be called is pre alzheimer's. That's the that's the A symptomatic period. Subjective is early stage. alzheimer's disease what we call. mild mild. Cognitive impairment is advanced stage alzheimer's disease. And what we currently call. Alzheimer's disease is final stage
Andrew Rannells: From Book of Mormon to Modern Love
"So like many people remember seeing seeing the tonys in two thousand eleven and soon after you popped up on girls. Hbo and have gone onto this largely tv and film career. Was that the plan all along. Did you want to transition eventually to tv while you were doing theater and doing the show. No not exactly. I mean i had wanted to be on broadway since i was a kid. And my dream had always been beyond broadway and to be a leading man on broadway and i the opportunity to replace a couple of shows than when i did that a couple times. I was like really like to do a new one. That would be nice. So i took some some time to focus on just trying to find new musicals that that i could come into to new york with and debut on broadway and it happened that it was the book of mormon every few years. There's a broadway show. That sort of attracts the attention of the west coast. It happened with rent in. It happened with certainly with hamilton and the book of mormon was also one of their shows. And if i'm being totally honest. I'd film two seasons of girls and then had done a pilot with ryan murphy for show called the new normal that was picked up and was going to be on. Nbc and i was still doing the book of mormon. While i was doing all of that i was still in the show. I didn't know that. Yeah and i was able to continue to do it. And then it got picked up. And then i had to move. I had to move to los angeles and it was an opportunity. That was too good to not pass up and it was not necessarily. The tv stuff was not necessarily always on my radar. I really just wanted to do theater
Real Estate Rookie
Is It Possible to Make a Profit With Campground Investing
"Had their welcome to the show. Thank you so much for joining us today. Thank you. I appreciate you. Having me to get started. Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you got started in real estate investing absolutely so ten years ago i was driving across the country in a camper from florida. California saying in all these different campgrounds house like hey it's just renting parking spots. It's not just writing parking spots. However i started google searching campgrounds for sale campgrounds in my area trying to figure out. Hey is this something i could do. And i found one that was in bankruptcy. I called the bank long story short and bought a campground before. I got california so by the time i was leaving. California to head back to tennessee. I'd bought property. I'd never seen in. I knew nothing about real estate or investing at all ten years later owned about three hundred units and have rv parks mobile home parks and section. Eight multifamily okay. That is insane so you didn't have any real estate background at all and you just jump for it and buyer campground. Yes they might be mildly. Impulsive okay. i want to start with that. So how did you even analyze the deal. How did you find it. What did that look like before we answer that question. I guess had you had any real estate investing experience before that i was at the very first for rain real estate. Investing you'd ever done literally there. I didn't even know an rv. Park was real estate or didn't know what the word analyzed meant. It just seemed like a good idea. Okay so yeah. It's tell us from the beginning. So you decide you want to do this. How did you find the power. Cobb did you finance it. What did that. I deal look like yet so i started google searching. Rv parks for sale campgrounds for sale in my area and i found this property that was next to dollywood which is our version at disneyworld. Only we have dolly parton instead of mickey mouse in tennessee which was an hour from where i lived in our tourist towns. I thought how could it go wrong. I mean how could something next to the number one attraction in the area not dwell call the bank and they want three point two million dollars in they. They're like how much money do you have. A twenty six years old Have any money. This was a different time in the market it was after the market had collapsed so it was two thousand eleven so they still had banks that still had properties on their books. Were willing to get rid of them. In a different way than you can buy properties now. So they gave me a non recourse loan in for anybody. That doesn't know what that means would be similar if you bought a house and you didn't pay your mortgage in the bank was going to take that back you file bankruptcy or whatever the repercussions were non-recourse. Means you're going to have any of those repercussions and no money down which you don't hear of now. It was nothing but a huge blessing. And in sam's els book who's one of the largest owners of in the mobile home park in rb park space. He talks about his first deal and he says i was successful. Because i didn't know i shouldn't have
Native America Calling
Accusations of Sexual Abuse at Manitoba Residential School Investigated
"The royal canadian mounted police has confirmed. They have been investigating allegations of sexual abuse at a former residential school in manitoba as dan carpenter chuck reports. The investigation has been ongoing for more than a decade. The large-scale criminal investigation was launched in two thousand eleven into allegations of sexual abuse at the ford alexander. Residential school officers traveled to ottawa to review archives of the school and to the manitoba archives. For historical information they ended up interviewing more than seven hundred people across america in the search for potential victims or witnesses since then rcmp officers have compiled a total of seventy five victim and witness statements. Here's dan vandal. The federal minister of northern affairs. The i think the fact that there's an ongoing investigation is Is something that that is is is justified. And we know that there were crimes committed the ford alexander residential school operated from nineteen zero five to one thousand nine hundred seventy it was built on the ford alexander reserve which is now the sad king i nation last week. The first nation began searching the former school site for any unmarked graves. Police say they will not be. Providing any further information about their investigation meanwhile rcmp in saskatchewan of opened an investigation into a death that is alleged to have taken place at a children's home which was not recognized as a residential school but which housed former matey and first nation students for national native news. I'm dan carpenter took
AP News Radio
Hernández Leads Off With Homer, Red Sox Beat Phillies 11-5
"Make it nine straight wins at Fenway Park for the red Sox as Boston's bats came alive against the Phillies in an eleven five win JD Martinez had a go ahead three run Homer in the second inning and had four RBIs as manager Alex Cora's team matched its longest home winning streak since two thousand eleven we have to play good here and we've been doing that Sunday night out for teams to make it to the next level you gonna win Hong ki K. Hernandez added a solo shot and drove in a pair of runs well Garrett Richards pitched five innings of three run ball for the red Sox Alex Bowman J. T. Realmuto had a pair of RBIs apiece for Philadelphia which had won five of seven Gethin Coolbaugh Boston
The TWIML AI Podcast
Vector Quantization for NN Compression With Julieta Martinez
"Welcome to the podcast. You thanks for having me. I am really looking forward to diving into our conversation. We're gonna talk all about some of your research into computer vision to get started. Wanna share a little bit about your background and how you came to work in the field. Yeah of course. I was born and raised in mexico and around two thousand eleven thousand twelve. I finished my undergrad. There and i really wanted to go somewhere else for my for grad school so i applied to a bunch of universities in canada. Then i got accepted into the uber. See the university of british columbia. And then i started doing my masters there then eventually went onto a phd. With the same students supervisors and then in two thousand eighteen. I was grabbing my pitch. Like i just had to defend so i started looking for jobs and i ended up moving to toronto to Overnight g. arduous this elaborate had just been founded in south driving then in earlier this year that shut and a few weeks later fuel a little bit later after that i joined wabi. Which is when. I'm working out right. L. awesome awesome. Tell us a little bit about lobby. What is bobby doing. So why is a company dedicated to build an explanation of south reagan and so but but b believe is that celebrating is the most and exciting technological innovation. We will see in the next two years. And why is that's why we deal is trying to build upon the lessons of the last year's and tried to build an approach that he's a i. I saw not just something that is hand engineer and then we tried to put ai to make it better but something that right from the get go can really put a centerstage
The Toy Reviewer
What Is a Chelsea Barbie Doll?
"What is a chelsea barbie doll. Well chelsea robert which who is also in bari's younger sister which is also on the show Bari life in the dream house. And i think it's still on that flex you if you have not watched the show. You probably shouldn't there. It'll show you Chelsea who is barbie's a little sister fan. Yes so anyways. She replace kelly after two thousand ten g pierce to be about five six years old and a slightly taller than kelly dolls. I produced in two thousand eleven is part of the my fab sisters line. Now what is the difference between barbie and chelsea what chelsea is a is a bari's little sister also chelsea dolls. I actually want myself. And they're much shorter than barbie dolls. And also in the show barbie life in the dream house. Chelsea's hair is blonde. But they they're a bunch of chelsea dolls who have different colored hair. A couple of my chelsea dolls have black hair. Some of them have brown hair. Some of them have blonde hair so it have a lot of different hair colors and they have a lot of different styles to in the show. I think chelsea has like a blonde hair. Like she wears too little ponytails. But i like to remind chelsea adults have the down in a pony tail and two point tails in a braid. So yeah there's a lot of different hairstyles for these chelsea barbie dolls.
The Road To A Billion
"two thousand eleven" Discussed on The Road To A Billion
"I left dow was electives. Very douse it is kind of common story if you huge hit off than starts vanishing and everyone starts panicking so anyway worked for Venus factor is not just venus factor digital health solutions. You know so. They have mckee's i don't know if the offers have now but the time around twelve now is it so we work with them and you consultant doing copy critiques for people outside. That was kind of the journey to copy and then by the way it is interesting. We do have a lot of similarities in our stories. Not you my dad. Passed away from cancer in two thousand eleven Was lucky to have had him. And i i like. I was good selling before i discovered copywriting. But you know same thing. It was interesting that distinction. Because you're like. I'm selling using more than a part. That's true as part of it but then it's like i think copywriting goes deeper than that and we can kind of get it out in a minute but So from there. I mean you had a moment where you sort of that. Look in the mirror moment i guess right i was. It was a day where you were just like you know like man like fuck. I don't wanna do this. Or i feel bad or i feel like this is shady or you know how did that happen. I mean it was a definitely a combination of a few things in over a period of a few years. I for starters interesting Kinda working mormon affiliate marketing thing because the give hustlers away to competitors. It just never really made sense to me. Kind of coming from the carbos you know and i felt i felt like i said geez. I stole this person. Xyz sales just told this person xyz. Now we're just gonna take him across the street to the chevy dealership to get chevy's it's like i don't understand that so don't why are we putting them you know. Why are we putting them into our back end. Cheer something. why are we doing what we can try to keep this person as best we can. So that kinda stuck in had.
YEK YEK JE
"two thousand eleven" Discussed on YEK YEK JE
"Don't give shit. Yeah are you at school. Yeah you school on house were. How are you aware. What school functioned. I didn't know i was in an interview. You know basic questions. Okay so manai. Sue holding up the so. I really don't don't don't name. It can read it out so they about what's up. Guy seen two thousand eleven. Now then you whispery okay. Uh-huh i wouldn't say the name okay. So the line date he gave me. Was i ready for some math. More here we go iran angel angle. Because you're so cute and like in this year a- another day. China shoe hella once again you a geeze. So is this consistency or not. He basically put me into instagram. I didn't border and then is fun to those. Yeah so i didn't. I assume he's following request. La but in this guy will be. We cannot go and undergrad so okay so the key is like if a good dozen reply you. Dm is it true that the good does is straight interesting. Is it true. Amanda for me. Yes because Like i'd rather not you on like i'll be free to you but like anything more than new. And then they don't didn't get the hint you know when when we just stop talking. Okay sometimes okay. So this heike hint or low key freely hike blight hinted a non polite hint. Fuck off or we'll just sit dad incidence circumstance. Michael okay do you for example. If you don't get my polite shit okay. Okay okay okay. So that's the most. I want to know that was the most common dmc you get like for goals. Life guy hits you common. D m come from one. So why are you doing today. All day is cute. I don't know if they are following you anywhere. Reply your stories. Yeah and then you. I think you just say hello. You're free to chair then. Hi how are you and stuff like that..
The TWIML AI Podcast
Advancing NLP With Project Debater With Noam Slonim
"All right everyone. I'm here with no i'm slonim. Noam is principal. investigator of project. debater at ibm. No i'm welcome the podcast. Hey hello sam. Thank you for having me. I'm really looking forward to digging. Into our conversation. We're going to focus of course on product debater. And what's new everything about that project. But before we dive in deep there. I'd love to have you share a little bit about your background and how you came to work in a so I did my university in angels lhermitte and machine learning lab. This was laid to nineties. More or less. I graduated in two thousand and two and i walked mainly on Information to take methods cluster analysis and related goten and the main data that was considering back then was the textra later and in two thousand thousand and two i moved to princeton new jersey to do my can mean two thousand and seven i joined. Ibm search and i walked on value. Spacek and in two thousand eleven. I suggested to work on project the battle and this is what. I'm doing enough stan. Years also nice. Nice end was debater in existing project at that time. How far along was it. So he has an interesting history because You know we have this tradition in. Ibm lee search of fat grandchild In artificial intelligence so back in the nineties ibm introduced the deep blue that was able to feed the galley kasparov in chess. In two thousand eleven ibm introduced watson that defeated the all time winners of the tv glacier game jeopardy and just a few days after this event and eamon was sent to all the thousands of philly soldiers so ibm across the globe. Asking us what should be the next grand challenge for. ibm
The Bernard Lee Poker Show
"two thousand eleven" Discussed on The Bernard Lee Poker Show
"We are talking with the twenty twenty one. Us peo- champion. That's the united states poker. Open that was held at the poker. Goes studio this gentleman. One not only the twenty twenty one but also the two thousand and nineteen making him a back to back. Us appeal champion And he has won over thirty four point five million dollars in his career. David peters is joining us once again here on the bernardi poker show before we start talking about. Us peo- has been such a successful term for you and as you had mentioned one of your favorite venues poker gold studio wonder talk a little bit about the ride. We we had talked about your early career playing a lot of cirque events etc. But one of the things. I wanna talk about that. Two thousand eleven to two thousand fifteen sixteen period where it was you were still playing and then that rise but one of the big events happens in. Everyone's career is online poker. Black friday two april fifteenth. Two thousand eleven. Obviously the world changes drastically. You can't play as much online and have to play if you are going to. You're going to have to go overseas. What was your decision. You know back in two thousand eleven ten years ago incredibly. It's amazing to think that it was ten years ago but what kind of happened for you. What was your decision Was it you know. Do i just stop playing. Do i focus on live. Do i go overseas to play in some of kind of of what was your decision that you know. Obviously a momentous day happen. I think.
Kottke Ride Home
China Launches First Astronauts to Its Space Station
"Yesterday. China successfully sent three astronauts or taikonauts to their tian module which will eventually become their completed. Tian gong space station. Nia haisheng bombing and tongue hongbo whose identities were kept secret until a press conference on wednesday will spend three months aboard the module bringing it into service and preparing it for the next phase of the space station's construction. It will be the longest crude mission by the chinese space agency to date the tian gong. Space station will end up looking. Like a big cross and will include crew quarters science labs and even a hubble class telescope when completed it will be a fifth of the mass of the international space station in china is open to having foreign on board to collaborate three more. Crude flights are planned to complete construction which is scheduled to be done sometime in twenty twenty two quoting the bbc. A fighter pilot nia haisheng. Fifty six is said to be china's oldest astronaut in space. He's a veteran of two previous flights which included a fifteen day visit in two thousand thirteen to the prototype station tian gong one this has since been de orbited his crewmates leo boming fifty four and tongue hongbo forty five are also from air force background lease earlier spaceflight experience was on the shenzhou seven mission in two thousand eight. That's all him participate in china's first ever spacewalk mr. Tung is the rookie on this occasion. Having never before gone into orbit and quotes in addition to landing a rover on mars last month china became the first country to send an un- crude rover to the far side of the moon in two thousand and nineteen while the us has been prohibited from working with china's space program for a passed by congress in two thousand eleven which is part of why china has to make its own space station because with the us leading the international space station partnership china therefore can't be a part of it. Nasa has been outwardly congratulatory of china's recent achievements with administrator bill nelson sane in a statement yesterday quote congratulations to china launch of crew to their new space station. I look forward to the scientific discoveries to come and quotes
Exploring the Midwest with Jody Halsted
Quirky Midwest Museum: Pencil Sharpener Museum in Ohio
"Now we're talking museums today and not all museums are huge places with priceless works of art. Or you know passive historical relevance. Some museums begin just with a passion and collection and the pencil sharpener. Museum is one of those places today. I'm joined by karen. Raigmore moore the executive director for explore hocking hills and she is going to tell us more about this fascinating but we tiny museum. Karen thank you so much for taking the time to join me today thank you. It's a pleasure. We love to tell the story of the museum and it's kind of a fascinating thing. So can you tell people what this museum is. And the history and kinda the why well. It is the world's only pencil sharpener museum and it is a we little museum. It's very small building but it houses over thirty five hundred different pencil sharpener. 's to sharpener museum are the say they may descend may look the same. There's some difference whether it's color or shape a little bit of difference There's also one of the very first pencil sharpener. 's ever invented and we have the patent papers on display inside the welcome center but this little pencil sharpener museum which is the Paul johnson pencil sharpie museum named after the founder was relocated from its original location to our welcome center property in two thousand eleven so it was Originally position right. Outside of reverend johnson and his wife's home and kind of off the beaten path and i stumbled across it. Just when i was first here in the hockey hills. I moved here driving around some of the back roads to get a feel for the area. And i happen to drive by this little pencil. Sharpie museum and there was a sign out front. That said call this number. If you want a tour. So i of course called the number and reverend johnson was kind enough to give me tour just a a wonderful man who Over the years. I got to know better. He and his wife just stomach the best people you would ever want to meet
GSMC Football Podcast
"two thousand eleven" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast
"For the patriots over the course of those three years. It was mainly manning right. Let's go back to two thousand eleven. They beat flacco in the afc championship. Game then the next year they lost flacco in the afc championship game. So for two years in a row was flacco. They had to get by then the following year. It was manning the they they they lost to right so there's payton than it was andrew. Lock who they be than. It was manning who they lost to then. It was big ben who they be then. It was bortles who they beat then. Who's mahomes who they beat. So the two most common ones were flacco and manning and of course after twenty twelve season. Flacco was golf. The face of the earth and manning retired after twenty fifteen. Big ben was there once against them. Blake bortles isn't i'm not going to be mean to blake bortles but we'll just leave him out of this conversation that we're not mean to blake. Bortles van patrick mahomes of course in their most recent afc championship game. So it's not like they had a clear rival who they're facing year after year after year after you. No one thought that he was going to be lucky and it could have been locked right. But then he got demolished forty five to seven and then retired a few years later because he just got beaten up so many times. You know an andrew luck could have been guida start facing every year or brady remained in new england. It could have been mahomes versus. Brady like every c. championship game. But it's not. He left so the reason. New england was able to go to in my point. Here you'll see a second. The reason they were able to go to eight straight conference championship games is because there is really no one to content. And i hate to say this. Yes they're very very good teams every single.
AP News Radio
Richest Americans Like Bezos, Musk Avoided Income Tax
"A report finds that America's billionaires are good at dodging the tax collector an anonymous source delivered reams of Internal Revenue Service data to ProPublica a nonprofit investigative journalism organization the report found the richest twenty five Americans pay less in taxes than many ordinary workers do an average of fifteen point eight percent of adjusted gross income tactics include the use of charitable donations and benefiting mainly from investment income tax around twenty percent instead of thirty seven percent for wage income among other findings Amazon founder Jeff Basil's paid no income tax in two thousand seven and two thousand eleven and Tesla founder Elon musk paid zero income taxes in twenty eighteen financier George Soros paid no taxes for twenty sixteen to twenty eighteen which is spokesman attributed to the billionaire losing money on his investments IRS commissioner Charles Rettig testifying today before senators on the finance committee said that when it comes to enforcement of tax collection the agency is out gunned as far as the pro publica data he said they are investigating the leak I'm Jennifer king
"two thousand eleven" Discussed on The Moth
"Across the country which feature winners are open might stories slams kentucky wisconsin colorado new york california and minnesota a soldier a doctor prisons and battlefields and ebay. Our first story is from. Louisville will partner with public media station w. f. pl. This is fred johnson. When i walked out the jeffersonville city jail one thing for certain. And that's my wife was going to be pissed. The night before i had performed a ritual that i had done on the anniversary of nine eleven ever since i got back from iraq in two thousand seven and that was a shot of bourbon for each of my three most dearest fallen comrades the first shot of bourbon maker's mark and it was for bill would who loved maker's mark. Bill died indoor iraq in two thousand five. The second shot of bourbon was what for which is my favorite bourbon. Because joe finci didn't like to drink bourbon. He died on a mountain top in afghanistan in two thousand six. Joe was my dearest friend and then my last shot a bourbon was basil hated. Because it's so smooth and freeman. Garner died so young on the streets of maria baghdad in two thousand seven. I finished my shots. And i had a couple of beers and i said thought and i said to myself. I'm going to get in my car. And i'm going to drive into the ohio river so i can be with my dad friends. Of course a policeman stopped me. Put me reason reasonable jail. So the The the next morning. When i got out i called home and my wife answered didn't let me say a word. She said. you're going to therapy on what she didn't say. Which strongly inferred is that. You're going to go to therapy now or you're never gonna see me your daughter again. My wife had long said that. I had ptsd that. When i went to iraq that i changed when i got back from afghanistan in two thousand eleven that had gotten worse now. My wife is a phd psychologist director of behavioral health at fort knox kentucky in charge of of all the behavioral health in knots. And and so. They diagnosed.
Can We Talk?
JIMENA: Mizrahi and Sephardi Voices
"Ovid is a dancer and choreographer from aden yemen. She moved to israel as a girl in nineteen forty nine and became a founding member of the inbal dance. Company marguerite recorded her oral history for the gemina oral history project. In two thousand eleven gimenez stands for jews indigenous to the middle east and north africa region that jewish communities thrive in for over two thousand years until the twentieth century. When a million mizraki sephardi jews fled and were forced out of the land of their ancestors. The san francisco based gemina is working to preserve that rich heritage and history producer. Asala sunny poor recently sat down with sarah levin gimenez executive director to talk about some of the stories in the archive as well as their own family histories. A saw worked with sarah on the archives many years ago sayre you and i worked really closely together while i was in college My very first internship ever was with jim messina and working on this oral history project. I like to think that it's what really launched my love of storytelling. I wanted to start by asking you. Why do you think it's important to preserve these stories as told in the words of those who lived it. So i am so happy to be doing this with you a saul. I think that judaism as grounded and stories like that is the legacy of our people. That's the foundation of haha. That's the foundation of what it means to be jewish as passing on stories Were the combination of thousands of years of stories and in regards to gimenez oral history project We collected stories of communities of people who who hadn't been given a platform to share. They hadn't been given a microphone. They hadn't been given an opportunity to talk about what happened to them when they lived and fled countries throughout the middle east. North africa and their stories are an incredibly critical part of contemporary jewish history. And where we are. Today with establishment of the state of israel nineteen forty eight posts showa post arab nationalism and uprisings in the middle east and north africa there was a major disruption of over two thousand years of continuous jewish life in the middle east north africa. Kinda came to an end and that is a huge part of the jewish story. And we have this very unique opportunity to collect the stories from the people who lived through this historical moment in time and it was an honor to collect these stories and hopefully add them to the record of jewish
The Paul Finebaum Show
"two thousand eleven" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Afternoon sir. I've been listening to you since two thousand eleven. When i came up to birmingham but i say that because i came here because of a mental health issue that i didn't know wasn't mental health issue I appreciate you having rachel on I had Had marriage fell apart and and had a problem with the pain medication because of depression. But i didn't know that it was depression because i had been raised As she was saying I played football with army. I never really considered that. I can have a problem like that and She's right about isolating that that you need. The person needs to be able to Connect with someone And and speak about about the issues. I had isolated and tried to take my own like Twice in a week and thank god he allowed you to live and and Allowed me to know that he is real. And i came up to birmingham from pensacola to go to the foundry ministries And i was able to get things back together but it was only through the realization that that it was depression that had caused my your problems. and and. And i just never considered the back. Be a thing that could that could happen to me And it's it was really refreshing to hear her speak about this and also to know that she's Diligently trying to help other people. It's awesome. And.
Chasing Poker Greatness
Darren Elias: How the Online Game Has Changed
"Mr elias. Welcome back to the show sir. How you doing good good. Thanks happy to be ed's it's my pleasure. It's my pleasure. If i remember correctly in the last time we spoke. You told the listener. Did they could find you at the regatta. And i gotta say some things have happened since then so tell me what's been going on in your world over the last year or last year. I've been playing a lot of online poker. I'd say i've kind of shifted when We coded hit in there. Were no live tournaments. I kind of have this choice. Am i gonna stay at home and play that much poker. Become complacent or Kind of make something happened in Compete online in these in these bigger games. And get back to playing online tournaments. Which is which is what. I've been doing the last year or so and how how's that been playing in the online world. Pretty good that. The game definitely changed a bit since since when i came up online which was thousand. Eight two thousand eleven inches seem so long ago that the binds are so much bigger level plays so much higher. You really have to try to bring your best everyday compete or or you're gonna get crushed because these guys were good on the The global networks the g. Jeez the party poker and the by Of the high stakes just changed so much. Where when i was coming up a big sunday might play five thousand ten thousand in biontech and now some of these sundays. I'm finding. I'm in for one hundred and fifty two hundred thousand playing the regular schedule on digi a party. It's it's gotten so big you had ape styles on before the pandemic and he was talking to me about like the regular twenty five ks on gee-gee and like racking up like a million wins having selection and then taking all of himself and going on a downer and like being stuck for the experience over this it was like a month and a half of like winning a million losing a million pretty crazy. Yeah i was looking at the stats. Wherever i think i. I've my earnings which isn't prophet. Of course probably one more In the last six months than i have in my whole online career just because of the by in the nature these tournaments with re entry to somebody's twenty-five gizeh five six hours of re entry in reenter with ten blinds. So it's it's pretty
The RCWR Show with Lee Sanders
"two thousand eleven" Discussed on The RCWR Show with Lee Sanders
"Came to new jack there. Was you know that lawsuit it that loss who like three years After that incident and He was try new. Jack was on charges of assault and battery would dangerous weapon and everything and Eventually the jury day acquitted New jack of all the charges of from that criminal trial And when it came to a civil trial because the family tried to see if they could maybe civil trial he was not found liable During be civil trial You have performers from that event. That testified on new jacks behalf in everything Talking about kid. Was you know very very kind of condescending. Very air again. You know trying to blow himself up to be something that he wasn't in everything in what was just so damaging was the fact that this kid got his dad and somebody else to lie say he was twenty one an lie about the whole. Yeah i was trained by killer. Walls never was drained by killer kowalski whatsoever. So there's a little bit of footage that's floating around online. If you guys wanna maybe what your appetites a little bit and you want to try to see just a little bit of because that shit like never air remember. It was a house show in massachusetts right so but rows around on online you can definitely come across a little snippet of footage from all of that craziness when it went down in everything You know so. That was a interesting piece of of history there. Where i gotta tell you. It was actually kind of refreshing to hear new jack. You know when he did dark side of the rain from last season it was definitely kinda cool. From a retrospect perspective hearing him go down that memory lane once again in putting out official put fish will mark mark on it and everything You know i. I would be set on fire. If i didn't mention this part about new jack. And i definitely will admit that you know. There's definitely one thing that rubbed me the wrong way. If erase just one thing one thing that rubbed me the wrong way about new jack in this may upset some fans but just hear me out. you know. respect where i'm coming from. I'll definitely respect where you're coming from. And if you wanna have a nice little healthy dialogue kind a debate about it. I'm warning willing to do that with you. Guys but just hear me out for a second and in really understand where i'm coming from. If there is just one negative thing. I had to say about new jack. I was consistent with this when he was alive. So thank i'm all now that he's passed. I'm no. I was very admit When he was live often. Over the years when i said this and i'm still doubling down this very day. I wasn't particularly fond of the comments. Daddy made with regards to jerry lawler. Now just to rewind his back for you guys a little bit. Two thousand twelve was when jerry lawler had that heart attack As many of you guys recall you know at that point. We were on the air for barely a year because we started doing the podcast and two thousand eleven. Two thousand eleven is when we started so we barely had a year Under our belt when jerry lawler had suffered the heart attack and everything and The statement that new jack made on twitter. I remember in real time. I remember seeing new..
"two thousand eleven" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"I was in an accident a couple years ago and i haven't i don't feel comfortable anymore right and it's like well sure because you're in a trauma you have to work through that for you to be able to feel less anxious or not have that takeover when you're driving may i share something with yes absolutely so number of years ago it was two thousand. What two thousand eight timeframe was right before. Christmas time and i worked for a bank and we actually got robbed. Oh oh right but there was no gun. Okay it was a bomb threat. Okay and the The robber explained to me exactly what was going on but it wasn't in a bank store wasn't in a bank building. We were actually inside a grocery store It's one of those in store grocery bags branch right. Yeah it's a full-service branch but we're inside a grocery store. And he's telling me that he planted a bomb and this is the detonator the warmest feeling of emotion of you know. It's like the fight or flight. Yes i do in this situation. I got into my banker. Listen you're gonna get exactly what you want. And i want you to get out of here as soon as possible absolutely because there are people to protect yet and and that's a scary thing to feel threatened like that. I won't go into specifics now. The because that's some somebody. I close close relative of mine went through something similar but i but i i'll i don't want i'll let them. I don't want to speak for them. Very I will tell you though i did have. I had a traumatic went. Two thousand. I'm going to let me think the date two thousand What's the date today. The year twenty twenty one. I think it was right around two thousand and thirteen. Because because i think i was still in the i think i was still in our might have been two thousand eleven because we were still in my old office not the new off facility that we're in right now..
Brown Girl Radiance Podcast
"two thousand eleven" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast
"I've had the opportunity to interview. So many amazing brown girls abroad the season for missionaries to expats to globetrotters in my next guest is a citizen of the world in official nomad. She's an accomplished writer and creative. We met last year through her husband. Who is a college friend from. Bam you stand up bam you and during my first conversation with his guest. We actually talked or three hours because it was such rich dialogue. But i promise we won't talk for three hours today and i'm very excited to welcome to brown girl. Radiance nation asia nichols halen. Hey around welcome. Welcome welcome in thank you. Thank you for inviting me to share the stage semi part of brown mooradian family. My pleasure i know. Everyone's going to enjoy hearing your story today. So if you wouldn't mind just sharing a little bit about yourself and your background with all of my friends. That's what i like to call listeners. Okay oh hey. Let me see about about me. i am. I've been on the road. Traveling since two thousand eleven never had any intention of that never had any intention of traveling at long really was only supposed to be one one year but so much happens in that time. That kept me. That told me i wasn't done. I.
"two thousand eleven" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound
"I think you should stay here. He phases through like the table or something stopper like i. I like fact That was to me. It's fun i like. I like that little throwaway. Will we can get pizza like because he has a note that needs a robot but he he knows that's what people do and you know. He doesn't like food and she kind of understands. Yeah you're here to keep me here so hard. Yeah i just like. I like her a lot as an actress too. I think it was also was the best of the of the of the sisters. But she innocuous mike you got. I'm not going to be asking you. Gov what is your. What is this horror movie or okay. i don't know. I'm gonna look it up real quick. Because i know it's off topic but i have to answer that question and i must know it's a really. You should watch it someday. Be able to really really fucked up. Psychological movie horror film not appear to be the according to md different film. This is this is going to be. Yeah no. I don't think it's the one i'm thinking of. Its one about a mere where they seem. They see a mere and they see things that are happening. That aren't real and they start freaking the fuck out and like there's one part a spoiler but i'm gonna say a small part for me not gonna make making sense most people. She starts eating apple. It's know a movie. It is yes apple. Yeah so elizabeth olsen apple whore. I got i could swore. It's her i got. I gotta i gotta have this answer on not going so you know what i give off. This can't figure out i i. We're not the worst part about. This is no if we look. We're not helping. We're really we're just microphone listening to you flounder. So i'm not seeing anything. I'm not i'm just sitting here listening to you. Sorry i feel so bad now have killed your bit. I'm sorry four movie. She eats a light bulb and see certainly called silent house in two thousand eleven. The scene of the movie. I'm talking about. But i can't fucking figure out what movie it doesn't say what i would you do that. It is it is maybe avoiding take. Maybe avoiding takedown. Yeah ranch it must not be her. Then that's why that s not listen as olson. Here's a damn cover in the chat at the movie is called oculus. That came out. And i don't know what year because i'm failing terribly at this but it was really good horror movie. I don't know that actresses but she's pretty damn hot but bass don't go if things don't go well. Let's say that like horror movies but you doing watching it since you asked. I will tell you my ex-girlfriend actually my wife current love horror movie. My ex girlfriend was really into horror movies too and she got me to watch this movie randomly one night and i don't know why i don't like all movies anymore but yet super fucked up and i never want to see it again but i remember being a good movie was It will fuck carrying gillian actresses nebula dude. Okay a war again after ten minutes of that. Y'all let's also you have to have. I wrote down to go to berlin. You have a van ride. It was funny when they're like they're just kind of going back at each other making making jokes..
Mouthpiece Wrestling Podcast
"two thousand eleven" Discussed on Mouthpiece Wrestling Podcast
"What he showed over three show right. God i'm gonna get it up here. Theater he made his debut on june twenty fifth team. Moved snits gate right. Nickname does right cloud and then going fire. Don't august seventh six weeks six weeks. And then obviously of to a deluge underground for this season which fight any He was killed off by the disciples of death and then He's retired now. He's he's he's a trade or something i think he was at the the w. w earlier but yeah he's retired now and is a trainer. But do you know in two thousand eleven of just seeing this come up. He was ranked number seven. Seventy out of the top five hundred single stars two thousand eleven big west champion and twenty. Yeah i suppose go from abc. w chap and i. It's not a bad eighteen months that he had it was a really weird time of wrestling. Nothing when they were doing that. E cw w stuff was just. It was weird the whole period was with but yeah. I guess we'll talk a little bit about news. We got to announcement entertain. So i'm guessing one is going to be women's tag teams. I'm guessing women's teams. The second is going to be the the the date change supposedly. They're moving to another another date or whatever too. Tuesday is that right. Yes or do you think is where they're going to officially announce that april eight tag team. Takeover has been made official. Is that official or is that just fan talk. Then it might be that it could be supposedly. They might be doing tonight. Takeover wrestlemainia week. Tonight one as well. Yeah it could mean you that wow With interesting sorry but that if that they're doing to night takeover wrestlemainia week. Aws gonna get lord and ratings because you'd have raw then you'd have two nights of annex t then you got smackdown like oh god you tweak. Yeah that's together as w we show it. Wow.
"two thousand eleven" Discussed on Supporting Leaders
"And jamie. You've got you yourself. Have this phenomenal. Podcast i listen to an episode where there was a gal who was a catcher and there was so much that she was talking about that. I'm like oh. This is so applicable the leadership. And you know looking at your bio and you've worked with a lot of professional and college teams and you have that athletic mindset. Obviously i decided that this would be such a great interview to have you on so tell us a little bit about your background and how you came to be in the position that you're currently in. Yeah i appreciate you having me. Lisa and yeah. I was a college coach for about twenty years college basketball coach all different levels. I coached both men and women. And then i went in. I was an athletic director at a at a high school with a large athletic program in indiana The fifth largest gymnasium in the world Seated over seven thousand people. Nobody has one more boys basketball. Titles than they have At that school. So when you think indiana basketball. I mean they're pretty much the top when it comes to indiana basketball and So when i went there was an ad there for a couple of years and then we moved out of there and went into full time. Business myself entrepreneur winning the leadership consulting. I speak write books. Do as you said the success is choice. Podcast so Yeah we've been We've been doing that for about four years so depending on the day. I'm either self employed or unemployed. I guess that's what being in businesses like. Yes well it's a really unique and fascinating story that you have and i would recommend people to go and listen to that podcast because it was very well done in the one i listened to anyway. She was very interesting guests that you had on and so one of the things that you have going for you is. You are a john. Maxwell certified speaker. What does that mean to be john. Maxwell sort of. I would think most people know john maxwell but what does that mean to be a certified speaker means that you paid a lot of money and you You were trained by he and his teaching staff but it was something that Believe two thousand eleven. They decided to start Certifying training coaches. And at that time i was approached by by one of their people in their organization and the time i was like yeah i don't really i don't really have the extra money kicking around. I don't really have the time. And he's like what you're never gonna have the time and you're never gonna have enough money. I'm like yeah you're probably right. I'm like but right now it's not for me and then four years later i'm an athletic director and i'm like you know what i passionate leadership has always been a passion of mine always love john maxwell stuff you know. Maybe i could go do this. I have more money. I never have time..
Uncensored Direct Marketing
"two thousand eleven" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing
"I mean i think you should definitely just follow stuff in and see what he's about how much he helps people and kinda getting to my question now. I hope i gave you a nice intro. But i get into the question is basically integrity And this has been something. That's come up a lot in the last. I think six months starting as you love people saying all while you can't sell anything With integrity your old now. It's it's kind of like you always have these black hat offers and hidden cross sales hidden upsells and all that stuff so i want to know what your thoughts are on. You know where the industry started. It's going in how we can build You know integrity into copywriting and offers a good community. Builder right actually really enjoyed that and appreciate that. Get value from it and connecting people and so. That's probably one of the things that i do. I'm glad you're part of our community regarding integrity blah the industry star. I wasn't there at the at the birth of the genesis. 'cause i kind of late to the party. The two thousand eleven Butts ios wild west for long time. And i think if you just look at a Levels of of self reflection and ethical awareness. I think that break now. You're starting to see a large change in the industry where people are having. Autumn has kind of like look in the mirror tape moments and actually wondering if they're marketing the right way or not You know we talked about integrity in for example. Let's talk about like Offers funnels out there. That are really good. Fake sensational story about like magical cure raceway ryan measuring be weight loss. It could be health related. It can be financial. Be making money. It can be anything relationships like any man or anyone just comes to you in the south of fingers. It's sort of like the. There's all those offers that are you know sensational. There are made up and making very very large claims that are not reasonably lavish. Supervisor process shouldn't really reasonably expect to experience the benefits that are being promised in the marketing right. And that's been going on for it forever. But i think you're yet extensive. Bit more of a reckoning there are more people speaking up and question. if that's really right or not. Because i i think one of the big when you come into the industry gave for me like i so i did. All the way complete ownership rate. I totally wrote tons of copy. That was like that. And i thought oh my god. I'm getting aid to make up these crazy stories. And this is so fun and you know like oh my gosh people are going to believe this some really by this product and was trying to sell bullshit products. I always thought the products were pretty good. But i knew my heart of hearts probably. The claims weren't going to match with the experience but the justification was always a well served people who will get this really actually use it like they're supposed to and we'll get those results in this. I think you a true for almost a product ever in for Form bullshit Again not intentional. But the point is..
"two thousand eleven" Discussed on JOHN16AND12.COM
"The words. Were jesus was talking so yes because i have talking in the airplane about the red letters i understood when i saw twenty one that it was about the the words right words. That cases was talking and I counted that unaccounted to number. Twenty one in those words that he was saying not a santa's is was every every talk hits was far in inside the bible and I come to twenty one and it was this about the woman that have had bleeding for twelve years and I understood that. Jason was saying me that that the by your faith you are healed and this was this was two thousand eleven in the phone and there and i come to be healed on my psoriasis. Telsim fifty I got the medicine for for for psoriasis and the medicine is working hundred percent so i don't have anything before that i was on wake up in the Will up from the bed. In the morning it's bull's blood everywhere in the bed that was bleeding so much Be scared because it started to come up in my face also so a it was people. Avoid me because i was looking so terrible but that was the it's Some mustard stuck now. Because it's the spirit that this going around there the Me and the j. cells that this coming as a guest here and want to southie ice. Seo let law him clearly. It's a like a white shadow dot this Is sometimes so he is very close to be here in the room and the have no i see him and he have wiped clothes on him and he is jesus in his thirties. He showed me like that but of course a he's not in his spot here. Ac his spirit that these here but he showed me show me. So i i can so he. I understand that is it is he. Because we don't really know.
Daily Tech News Show
"two thousand eleven" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"That could contribute to this. Us officials met friday with the semiconductor industry association including representatives from qualcomm corning and tsmc to discuss the situation. But something to keep an eye on. Is you know your products may get a little more expensive. Or maybe a little harder to get hold of beyond just the playstation as this shift shortage unfolds. I mean on the surface. It feels very supply and demand. Right like okay. We've you know we're we're we're out of balance. At least how companies feel comfortable or have felt comfortable up until you know the last year plus at this point so it'll even out but yeah how long and how much will consumers either not be able to get the products that they want at all or be faced with price. Hikes that are you. Know not sustainable. Either go ahead. Actually i cut you off. No no i agree with you and the thing is is. It's it's really if you see like it's tom. You mentioned the toilet paper as exactly what it is but with technology and parts and if we end up you know in a place where we're actually in a similar place right now that that we have been for a while we've graphics cards right so it's like people cannot get these products and so it just for me as a person who needs you know maybe an upgrade this year my desktop p. c.'s. Five or six years old now like it was definitely time and then you know just by circumstance now. I cannot upgrade like it's just not available. The things i need. The components are not available to me. And so people like you said sarah. They're going to be charged more. Which is which means. Maybe less people can afford to buy because lots of people are unemployed. Underemployed don't have the ability to shell out that kind of money right now they are or it's it's what we're seeing which has bought s- who are going out buying you know these components like graphics cards and reselling them for an obscene amount of money. Which again prices people out or people. just say. well. I guess. I'm just going to have to wait. Which also does not put money back into the economy and it. Just it's like a weird spiral that is not good like it's such a. It's such a not great situation for everybody like not just you know. I know that like somebody like my mom might be like well a worldwide chip shortage like while i have a computer. It's fine but it's like it really does affect you know. Like if if she wants to do business with somebody who has an upgraded their systems and needs to or if she you know it's just a really it's a really large problem and it's it's really scary like that now everybody's stockpiling which makes it. It's a shortage even worse. And it's just it's no good. It's no good at all. And i don't know what i don't know how you fix it right. It's like how do you. How do you fix that problem without fixing everything else. It's mr hap. Come run is from being able to buy too many things. I mean and the thing is like it's a problem of behavior the capacities fine. We probably have enough capacity. Maybe we could add a few more plans but we probably don't even need them. We just need to get through this part. That's the big question. How do you get through this part. The only way out is through. Well re logic if you aren't familiar. It's an independent game developer of louisville in rural indiana. It's a small company. But it's been releasing game since two thousand eleven. It's been around for a while on multiple platforms and is best known for publishing a to d action..
Scene Of the Crime
"two thousand eleven" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime
"Post. If not evidence it was part and parcel of the discovery in this case neither of them relied on it in reaching their ultimate conclusions. The defense of course didn't want to see dozens of women take the stand and described the brutal attacks. They endured attorneys fought against it. If they cannot identify the perpetrator and it would be very prejudicial for to allow these. Stay the state that call these individuals to testify because the jury would make an inference that mr cole must in fact be responsible for these offenses are also. Why would they be calling them to describe their particular victimization but at the end of it all they can't identify my client. I just have a quick question here. How did it go from being a criminal case to a civil one because they were looking to civilly commit him so his criminal case was over. He served his time. But the state attorney general didn't want him back out on the street and so one option here in washington state is to civilly commit. Someone basically say that. Yes you served your time but you are still likely to reoffend and likely to be extremely violent and you're just not safe to be on the street. It's sort of like you know how you can civilly commit a family member. They're not mentally well. This is the same thing but instead of a family member committing you. It's the state. So do you know. He was refusing treatment before during the twenty five years. If he did get treatment it looks like he never did because he continually denied ever having committed any of these attacks he would never admit to being sexually deviant so he never got treatment for it and at the end of the day. Coast attorney also argued that he was just too old to still be considered a threat because mr coz sixty two years old statistically their is more probable than not zero likelihood that he will re offend if released to the community. I mean this is my personal opinion. I don't have statistics. But that doesn't measure up to what i mean. It feels like sixty two could still wreak havoc in one way or another. Look at your case with which i'm talking about. Oh there's so many. I mean really. I feel like there's fewer people who are that aid to offend but only because maybe they're not physically able to or there could be other reasons for that that doesn't mean that he's now safe to be on the street. Well in the case that you did with the guy in oregon who own gesture cutlip. Yeah he changed his victim profile reich instead at once. He realized that the women could overpower him. He started going after children and and women who you know he. He could special needs. Yeah so that doesn't age doesn't necessarily mean it's not going to happen absolutely well. Some of the jurors would later say that it was kevin complete. Denial of responsibility and is unaffected nature in court that would play a role in their deliberations. Here's some of that testimony. Do you think that if you were released that you would be a risk to women who are strangers. You know if you were released. Would you engage in treatment. Sexual deviancy treatment. Why not because. I don't believe i need that. What do you think your risk is to re-offend in the future to offend to to offend in the future yes zero even his own. Defense attorney mistakenly says re-offend acknowledging that he has previously offended. No he did admit to one and that was the copycat because he. Oh but he later recanted and said that one He recanted that instead. I only said that. Because i wanted to go to the commitment center and not be put in prison. Are these defense attorneys. Paid for by him or do you know if they're public defenders. Yes oh my understanding is that they were public defenders and that later on he tried to use the fact that they were public defenders to his advantage saying that they were incompetent during one of his appeals. Basically he said you know. These weren't great attorneys. They made so many mistakes. They were incompetent and tried to appeal his case on those grounds. Wow even though he clearly could afford to hire his own attorney in two thousand eight. A jury declared co was a sexually violent predator. Much to the relief of his victims. Here's sunshine shelly. Monahan just after the decision was delivered obviously relieved incredibly relieved after twenty nine years. It's finally over and it's been a long hard fought battle when something that so many of the victims of wanted for such a very long time and finally today justice has been served and our community is going to be a lot safer because and one more connection here shelly. Actually at this point was a television news anchor in spokane and she was reporting on this story on this case as it was because like she said twenty nine. This isn't just one event that happened twenty nine years ago. This is something that's been going on in her life for three decades and watching him squirm out of paying for this crime. It probably i mean it just rises to the surface every time. It's like a scab constantly being pulled off and he was never convicted of her attack because she wasn't able to identify him herself but again the story still isn't over because kevin koe continues to try and fight for his freedom. Something that julie harm says would be catastrophic for the town. He terrorized all those years ago. He's not remorseful. He feels season of the law. And he will. He will do this again. There is no doubt in my mind in two thousand. Eight co was sent to the special commitment center on mcneil island. We actually were contacted by a friend of the show who used to work on mcneil island and remembers code. She was the one who brought this case to our attention just kept himself this time. Put his head down like he wasn't loud he wasn't like the other guys that were there kind of attention. Getting seeking he was just he very much just putting his head down and did his time by the staff. Understanding is he hadn't been itching guinea ours which are incident reports like he literally was a model resident. now she's still works for the state in a different capacity so she asked that we not use her name but she says when she took the job at mcneil island she was leaving an industry that had a lot of ups and downs and the reason she took the job was that she just really wanted a steady paycheck. And you know jobs with the state can offer that but in the end it was an eye opening experience that left a lifelong impression. Like i knew who the bad guys. When i worked out at. Sec i knew that the residents rabat now and i every day job. I don't know what goes on at people's houses. I don't know if i'm working with someone who is just as bad as the residents and just never has been caught. Mcneil island is like the original alcatraz. If you're not familiar a little history here. This was established as federal prison in eighteen. Seventy five the first year. They had just nine prisoners but it quickly grew over the years and they added a farm water treatment center. Even a school in the seventies. The prison was falling into disrepair so the government decided they were going to shut it down but washington stepped in. They offered a take it over and turn it into a state prison. They used inmate labor to spruce up the seven square mile island that is just southwest of tacoma in nineteen ninety eight the state legislature authorized the special commitment center. It's a place where sexual predators could be kept away from the public after their prison. Sentences were complete in two thousand eleven. The prison part of mcneil island was shut down but the.
"two thousand eleven" Discussed on Pantheon
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