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"unt" Discussed on WTOP
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"unt" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"Roger on a dark and complex day for all who love the game of football in the United States. This afternoon, U.S. soccer released the independent report into the sports, most seismic family feud that salacious tabloid D frankly quite awful rift between the Boer halters and the rainers. That report was delivered hard to read a deep dive on one level that deep dive into a friendship, forged in youth, friendship towards itself in football, turned truly dark, vindictive, warped in middle aged, a rift that spewed itself out into the public eye after the World Cup as arena spread allegations of domestic abuse. Against men's national team coach Greg burr halter and the time when berhard had just gone on to commit what's from a coaching perspective, the cardinal sin of spilling locker room secrets at a leadership conference and happened to be about The Rain as son Gio. All of that came to a head this afternoon in this independent investigation released by the law firm of alston a bird took number three months, a deep dive into all these interconnected incidents. And I'm not going to lie, the report, the report's hard to read for so many reasons. Basically kiss, we come to football for joy for transcendence. We come to football to get away from the darkness of our reality and this report depicts in detail. The original fight, the abuse between the burr halters, Greg, then 18 in college, and is then girlfriend Rosalind, who is now become his wife. And it also goes deep on the interference of The Rain as. The report says, yes, they didn't commit blackmail they didn't commit extortion, but my lord, when you read this and I will include many of the quotes from the report, they were overreaching in the worst kind of human ways as I will describe, but the big headline from a footballing perspective at least is this, it comes from the statement, given the investigators conclusion that there is no legal impediment to employing him, but also remained a candidate to serve as head coach of the U.S. men's national team. And whether that will occur, let's discuss, but first a report, it depicts. Well, Gio at the World Cup, quote walking around and moping during the scrimmage and training until Greg berhard had to have conversations at the highest levels within U.S. soccer over whether to send him home. And you read this report, I read it with the hope at the core of understanding what set all of this off. What was the chicken and the egg? When did this burr halter reena friendship turn to darkness? I mean, these people have been best bloody friends from their youth endures. The boy's best friends. Best men. They married best Friends, roommates, two college players at UNT themselves. When did all of that fall apart for this? These friendships are said forged in in the love of the game. Did it start when Greg started to hold gia in arms length? Did it start when The Rain is reacted to that? Who was countering whom here? Who, who started it? Well, while the report located the route in that time, really, that geo began to emerge as an elite talent within U.S. soccer's use system. This is long before Greg berhalter, the investigation found quote mister arena began making complete to Ernie Stewart. Does the pictures about November 2019 during the FIFA under 17 World Cup and it's hard to read this. I'm going to be candid what I'm about to read you because we revere The Rain and 8. We revere his footballing exploits. But man, you read this report and it just, it paints him, and his wife, Danielle, as really helicopter parents meet Tiger dad and mom meets narcissistic, privileged over indulged just waking horror shoes. And I want to make one thing clear for a delve into some of this, really, the biggest and most damning takeaway here is quote investigator said, we were impressed with mister burr halter's candor and demeanor during the investigation. We were less impressed with The Rain as cooperation during the investigation and, well, Claudio rania was unwilling to participate in the investigation. Daniel arena had according to the report two brief phone calls. And a report then goes into serious detail about investigators attempts to interview Claudia. You know, they had no legal obligation to be interviewed, but to clear your name to make your case to state what you believe, well, Claudio dodged and ducked and his lawyers put up screens and ultimately did not speak. He may have had his reasons. He has the right not to be interviewed, but the fact that he did not did not make his case make his truth heard is going to tell many readers all they need to know about where that truth lies in this one. Claudio may have gone silent, but this report takes a hero and claim arena was a bona FIDE American football old school hero, a pioneer. If you saw him play, it was just exquisite. But here, the report makes him actually Claudia makes himself in his quote seem petty. Out of control, the tongue's just plain awful. Take this one in an email 2018, Claudio, complaining about a female referee. In a match geo played it. This is an email to U.S. soccer, and in all honest. Can we get real and have male refs through a game like this? It's embarrassing guys. What are we trying to prove? Like this deserves better attention. From Greg berhalter, on the rainers, when things don't go great for geo, The Rain is pivot and go into attack mode. Again, Greg berhalter, quote, on the rainers. There were a 150 people in the Friends and family program he's referring to U.S. soccer's friends and family program. At this year's World Cup, all were having a great time, except for 5 people who were absolutely miserable. Those 5 were cursing, acting horribly, it was
"unt" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Like Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, France, for example. And it goes to say that now that the ECB is clearly stepping back, entering QT, you know, they're no longer supporting the bond market. If this slight change from Japanese investors, you know, what kind of ramifications for that cause and could it possibly complicate the ECB's mission? Thank you very much for talking us through the latest market reaction on that. We're going to turn next to talk about Twitter, Elon Musk says he will resign as soon as he finds someone as his words foolish enough to take over as CEO joining us now is Bloomberg quick takes tech editor Alex Webb for more Alex this is a ringing endorsement of Twitter polls if nothing else that Elon Musk asked people to vote on whether he should go and they said yes and apparently he is going to go. Is he actually? I think in German they would say Yan ya unt 9. Yes, he's going to go as CEO but he said he's going to stick around to run the engineering and cloud teams. Well, he's 5 of the 7 and a half thousand employees that Twitter had when he joined have since left who remain will seemingly the engineering team, so he's still going to be running a large chunk of the company. He's still going to be the biggest shareholder. Controlling shareholder at least. And presumably be breathing down the neck of whoever comes in name at least stead. So I suspect that the person that he's bringing in is really someone to interface with brands, someone who will lead the sales operations that something that he has not seemingly done very well to give at least the appearance of stability. Yeah, absolutely. And you kind of just have to wonder, is this a kind of new norm in terms of how we do business? I think everybody does watching Elon Musk for that reason. But also the kind of more fundamental issue is whether actually it's the Tesla investors that kind of won out whether they are going to get something of a lift from this because they have been the most concerned I suppose about the distractions that Musk has had. I think in a sense we've been looking for guilty of this looking at this story the wrong way. But this isn't really I mean it is a Twitter story of course it is Twitter we've used Twitter. Particularly among media circles, it's widely consumed, but Tesla, a few months ago, was a sort of $800 billion company. It's now a $435 billion company. So when Elon splashed $44 billion on Twitter, he wasn't just spending that money, he was also it transpires, destroying a huge amount of shareholder value at Tesla. Now that's not all because he's gone to Twitter, of course, there have been external factors to do with the electronic vehicle market and so on, but he hasn't helped. And if you're a Tesla investor, the stock over the past ten days tells its own story, last week it lost 16% of value over the course of the 5 days of trading. When the poll, when Elon posted the poll and it looked as though he was going to set down a CEO, the shares recovered a bit, you can infer from that test and investors were saying, oh, hurrah, Elon, we're getting our Elon back. Then yesterday when he says he would set down a CEO but continued to run the engineering teams, Tesla lost a further 8%. Now that sort of suggests that they think he's still going to be staying at the company, therefore not going to be coming back to Tesla. This is the company that is a source not only of most of his wealth it employs lots of people in terms of building these cars, it has broader implications. Okay, Alex Webb. Thank you very much for taking through all that. We voted to have you come back every day and tell us what has happened as regards Twitter. Alex
"unt" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In 2012. The crisis started with the subprime in 2011, then with Lehman Brothers in 2008, and then in 2010 and with the strain and Italian crisis 2011. And I was at the helm of the ECB during all those periods, and we had to take very, very tough decision, as well as the decision which were taken by my successor that you referred to. But we could protect the Euro area through various very bold endeavor, including the securities market program, the SMP that we started in 2010 to I would say cope with the problem that gig, Greece, Ireland and the Portugal had, in 2011, with the problem that Italy and Spain had, and it was so grave and so dramatic that I had to write two letters to the prime minister of Spain and Italy to tell them we are in a dramatic situation. We help you. We purchased treasuries on the secondary market, but you have to help yourself in order to cope with the crisis. So you see, the OMT, which was the new program, substituting to the SMP securities market program, the outright program of the Mario Draghi at the helm of the ECB was something which was extraordinarily important because we needed again the S&P having been interrupted to have a new way to cope with the dramatic crisis that the sovereign risk had took up with in Europe. The UNT work extremely well and I would say the UNT is still there. It didn't have to function. It was a formidable deterrent. So the reason why I mentioned that is that there is something like some kind of mistake, which is made by some market participants and some observers, the UNT being still there and the deterrent of being still there. It's out of question to speak of the possible dismantling of the possible major difficulty. What had worked in 2012 and after should work now, but on top of that, the ECB embarked on a very, very wise in my opinion, new scheme, which is called transmission protection instrument. Maybe we could go back to that, which adds to the OMT, something which looks very much by the way, like the securities market program that I decided in my time. But we will see exactly how it works, but I was very happy that the TPI had a unanimity of the governing. Have a look around your home because your home feel you or does it feel you ten years ago. Maybe it's time to update your home with a fresh coat of beer, premium plus interior paint. Today, make your home feel more you, bear the most trusted brand, ranked most trusted paint brand based on the 2022 life story research study. To decide upon and that is something which I consider very, very important because unanimity of the governing council in some dedicate, I would say, episodes is very important. Yeah, it's a really interesting to talk about the evolution of that because of course it was part of the evolution of the institution of the European Central Bank as well to come up with these new tools to tackle the crises as they arose. What do you think is the legacy of all of that now? What you built and then was followed on by Mario Draghi has now of course been taken on by Christine Lagarde, she's facing a whole new range of challenges with record inflation in the Eurozone and the energy crisis that we've been talking about. What that groundwork that was laid is that still as strong today well, as regards the X differential threat of the Euro area, which is still in the mind of some market participants or observers or economists, I think that it's really over. We proved that we could go through a succession of terrible crisis subprime and brother and you name it. And we succeeded. So the problem is much more. What do you do? Now that you have inflation, so you are in totally different universe and to global level. We had an inflection point that started at the beginning of the present year. And that inflection point is observed in all the global economy in all countries in all continents. So that, of course, is a new challenge of extreme importance and on top of that, you have all elements that are adverse to Europe, including, of course, war in Ukraine, war in Ukraine is European war first. Second, it is touching the I would say price of gas and oil, but gas in particular very, very heavily, and this is much more dramatic for Europe than for the U.S.. So we are in a special case, and it calls upon all participants governments, parliaments, and of course the ECB to be up to the challenges. I take it that the last decision they took was good one, right one, appropriate one with a consensus to increase rate by 50 basis points at the unanimity to embark on the transmission protection instrument. Have they still got the power to convince markets, though, as you say, the existential question is saddles about the Euro now for most market participants, the promising of this anti fragmentation tool was such an important moment for the markets. Does that power of rhetoric still exist in the European Central Bank to be able to drive markets ahead of being able to roll out the details of this tool as we saw in this case? But let's reflect a little bit. If we were in a dramatic situation, the OMT, which it was so powerful that its deterrent suffice without being activated, which still be there. So I think that we should not confuse the issues. The issue at stake is for the ECB to be sure that each monetary policy transmission is done as correctly as possible, knowing that in any case, if there was unleashing of speculation of abnormal speculation, then the OMT is there. But I think that the transmission protection instrument, which was decided unanimously by the council, is correct instrument in cases you have abnormal tensions in the eyes of the ECB, but also abnormal tensions objectively because the country itself would do what is required by the circumstances. From that standpoint, I think it was right to have some criteria for eligibility. Given the gravity of the situation we're talking about, you know, Russia scaling back, gas supply to Europe, does the ECB need to go further still and does it have the power to tackle inflation? Well, all taken into account the ECB was given the responsibility, I would say, main responsibility, do you according to the treaty to
"unt" Discussed on Music Swap
"It's a different level of focus that I'm not willing to give to it. If that makes any sense. Let's tragic. It just is what it is, you know. It's all right. I've got such a wider array of things to experience now. It's all right. Like more ska punk. Yeah, I can't get enough. I really can't. I thought I thought about just getting out all this car punk albums I want to do while you're gone. Oh, that's actually true. It's just so I don't swamp you with all these. All these albums that you don't want to listen to. I mean, there might be some that I like because I like the less than Jake, when am I going to go see a concert for them? Yes. Not that I asked to go see a last thing. Jake concert, but I'm happy about it because I like their songs. You're totally, yeah. It's going to be so fun. I can't wait for that. What is that? August 3rd. I don't remember. Either way, it's going to be awesome. It's less than Jake and bowling for soup, but I'm so psyched. I'm not sure how I feel about the link for soup. I don't care. They're fun and concert. And that's the way to experience it. And they made the finneas and Ferb song, right? They did. They did. And also he used to do a lot of the songs for Chuck E. Cheese. He was the Chuck E. Cheese. This Jared Reddick, you've never heard of him? Yes. Exactly. It's like he would make stuff for you. I haven't listened to it, but he has a new album out called that's how he put out the album under the name. Ray, I hope this is right. Jared ray Reddick. And it's like a country album. And it's called like, I just woke up. I haven't listened to it again, but I've seen people who listen to country like it and people saying it's getting played on country stations in Texas and stuff. So it's funny because he's still doing the bowling for soup thing. They are really huge. In the UK. Bowling for soup? Yes, they go and tour the UK all the time. I've seen interviews and stuff with them in the UK. They're from Denton. They're from Texas. They went to UNT that they've just, but yeah, no, I think it's insane, but they go into England all the time and people love them. They even, I think they even have their merch site. I think they even have like a UK version of their merch site. So that's weird. Yeah. Yeah, I don't know. Some things just really take off in Europe. But it's fun and they're really fun. In concert. Yeah. So I think you'll love it. The last time I saw them was in Richardson at the wildflower festival and it was great. Did I go to that thing? Or on my confusing that with a different thing? You went one day, we went to Sunday, so normally the big shows are Friday night Saturday night. We went on Sunday, which was like cover band day. Okay, yeah, 'cause there was a tears for fear of caravan. Which was not as awesome as I wanted it to be. There was like a Pearl Jam cover band. This is really segueing into life chat. Yeah, live chat. What's going on, man? Well, I listened to other than the other albums that like we talked about. Other than the other. Okay, well, stop. I listened to the dreaming by Kate Bush, which is my second Kate Bush album. Yeah. And I really like it. I like listened to it. What? Don't say that to me.
"unt" Discussed on Revision Path
"Idea. Was that business braver? It was, yeah, it was a combination of our names, but it was also representative of the kind of place that kind of work that we wanted to do, which was traveling, philanthropic, but also providing web development solutions to small businesses in the Dallas area. So yeah, and we were able to do that. We actually started our company cash positive. So that's always been a great accomplishment of my own. It's not something that people know about, but it's something that I'm really proud of, but I was able to do that. Now you're also the cofounder and the executive director of a group called black UX Austin. Tell me about that and what did you want to sort of get out of that group? Oh my gosh. So going back to talking about leaving a company that I was working for that I faced some racial discrimination. Some a researcher that I was working with at the time, Carmen brooms. She's also black as well. But she saw what I was going through. And she was like, you need a release. You're way too talented to be treated this way. And I want to provide an outlet for you to do what you do best. So she was like, two other researchers had started black UX Austin before I even came along. And they just had never been able to get it off the ground. And so she told me that she wanted to actually take it all the way. She wanted to be nationally recognized and be the one stop shop for people wanting to get into tech. Specifically in the Austin area, largely because they're black people in tech are usually the only in the company that's the typical experience where you're the only black person on your team in your organization, your department. And so you may experience things that if someone like you was around, they would tell you, girl, you're going through some shit right now. Treating you badly. It's gaslighting. So there wasn't that community, or before we came along, I don't think there was that kind of community in Austin specifically. And if you've been to Austin, you know that it's very white. They're not that many black people here. At all. It's funny because one of my best friends asked, I think he was asking someone else and he was like, I think one of his other friends had visited Austin and he was like, did you see any black people there? He was like, no. I was like, yeah, I told him. I was like, yeah, I was just joking, but I was like, yeah, I'm the only one here. I'm right here. You're talking to the white people. I was a black community in Austin, no, just kidding. But there's more than that, of course. But more than me. Yeah, we started black UX Austin as a means for black people in tech to have a community to have a safe space to not feel like you are being tone police to just let your hair down and just be yourself. We started right before the pandemic started and as we were reforming and making it kind of formalized, COVID started. And so we were like, oh, crap. So we had, by that point, we had only had one in person event, and then we had to shift everything to be all virtual. And we got so good at it that other black organizations that were in and out of tech were like, how are you guys doing this? Because we got really good at it that people on LinkedIn on maybe Instagram too or whatever, we're seeing what we were doing and we're wanting to support and these are not just black people, but also white people organizations where they've seen or witnessed by people being oppressed or mistreated in some way. And they just want to support. So they were other black organizations or organizations organizations in general or just asking us how you guys are able to grow and thrive online as you're doing. Part of it was that I know a lot about creating online community having been someone who grew up needing community when I was growing up in rural Texas and being the only a very sensitive black queer person in probably a 20, 30 mile radius. So I sought online community as much in as often as I could. And so I just learned from that. And I think that has warmed its way into or carried its way up to now, which is providing community or safe spaces for other black people. Now, you know, I feel like I'm mentioning all these asides, but you know, as I did my research, I saw that you're a poet, and you're an author. Tell me about that, particularly about the impetus behind your latest book. The drive come home for that. Oh my gosh. So first of all, I don't call myself a poet. I do write poetry about does it really feel that it fits me? Well, I call myself a writer, which is poetry is not the only writing that I will do. I want to do more memoirs and things like that. But actually I didn't get my degree and design or web design or anything like that. I got my degree in creative writing. I had started to pursue creative writing and communication design, which is if you're not familiar, communication design encompasses or at least edit UNT, it encompasses advertising and graphic design. So not web design, but it is designed or the visual aspect of design. And so at the time, it was the closest thing I can get to a design degree. And my minor is in computer education and cognitive systems, which translation that means a couple of courses in installing Linux systems and some Adobe Photoshop courses. So yeah, so that was the closest I could get to having a web design degree at that time, which was like 2000 between 2006 and 2010. So but eventually I ran out of financial aid and I just stuck with the English creative writing aspect of my life. So growing up, I've always had an affinity for writing. I've always wanted to be a songwriter. And so I started writing songs at 12. Just because I had seen one of my favorite songwriters, Mariah Carey. You may laugh, but she's a grandson writer. Obviously, we know a lot of our songs. I've always just written lyrical poems, yeah. There's a floppy disk somewhere in my in my storage somewhere of maybe 500 lyrical forms I had written when I was a kid. Not a floppy disk. You got to get it off the floppy disk man. You know what, I think at some point I did translate them to modern digital at some point. So they're probably somewhere on a hard drive somewhere, maybe. But yeah, I don't know if I want to revisit those to be honest. They're probably terrible, but yeah, well, I was at UNT. I got my English degree, and like I mentioned before, I had started my UX design product design to career. Product design is kind of like a jealous mistress when it comes to my other abilities. So my writing kind of had to be pushed to the side, but eventually I was like, I was approaching 30 and I was like, what can I do very quickly that I can be proud of my 20s for? And that was creating a writing a book. And so I self published my first title, which is called the remaining trouble and other battles. And then during the pandemic, I kind of remixed it and expanded it and republished it as so much trouble. And it's probably in terms of writing, it's probably the project that I'm most proud of because it's the way I was able to produce.
"unt" Discussed on Revision Path
"So we had our House in near Waco, but we also lived up in Arlington, Texas, which is in DFW. So we had like a dual residence type situation where we would live in Arlington throughout the week, and then go down to the country on the weekends. So I had like a city life and a country life at the same time, which I think hopping up and down. I 35, sitting in a car for an hour and a half, each way kind of yielded into me being a traveler when I got older and just wanting to explore more of the world more of our country. So yeah, when I was at the age where I needed to start going to school, I started going to private school, Christian private school in Arlington, it was non denominational. So there were all walks of life were there, Catholic, baptist, Christian, Asian, black, white, Latino, et cetera, the neighborhood that we eventually settled in Arlington was predominantly Hispanic, or at least it became predominantly Hispanic and my babysitter who I went to hang out with after school was Hispanic. She was from South Texas and she taught me Spanish. So I was exposed to a lot of culture at a young age, but I was also from a small town. So I faced a lot of small town mindset, which is not being exposed to a lot of different cultures. So I was always met up with encountering people who did not realize that there's a world outside of the small town outside of where Walmart supercenter was the biggest thing. The happy place. So yeah, it was fun. It was interesting, but eventually I had to get out of there because yeah, I'm a queer person and it's a small Texas town. So you can gather what that means. But I had to go find myself. I had to get to see what kind of life I could lead being a black bear person. And that's where I ended up in didn't Texas going to UNT or university of north Texas. So before that, though, you started off at a community college at mclennan, was that in Waco or a nearby Waco? It was in Waco. So I went at the same time, so I've always been kind of an overachiever. I think it's because of the private school education that I had, but while I was a, I think junior and senior at west high, which is in west comma, Texas. We say west common Texas because we say West Texas, people think western Texas. Town called west. You may have heard of it. There was speaking of tragedy. There was a fertilizer explosion that kind of almost demolished the whole town. It was around the time the Boston shooting happened in like 2013, 14. Oh yeah. Yeah. Anyway, so I went to high school there, but at the same time, I did like dual credit, which is when you take government and economics and some other courses, you also get college credit for them. So the local community college that was doing that was mclennan community college. So I didn't actually do full spring semesters. I did summer school, summer classes, and then I eventually went to a transfer those credits to UNT. So I consider university of north Texas my full on college experience in mcclinton or MCC was like my interim exposure to college. Was that a big shift going from like a community college to a four year? Yes. It was more of a big shift because big shift because I had less of a big shift going from community college to a full on university and more of a big shift going from. Going from being very sheltered to just all of a sudden having no rules, no one to watch over me or keep me out of trouble or whatever, no one to keep me from figuring out what queerness is or why identity is. Yeah. It was a unique experience, I would say. It wasn't something that I wasn't used to because I would say going from private school a private education to a public education was far more of a big shift and that happened when I was in like 6th grade where all of a sudden you're enforced to be very prim and proper and no cursing to being in an environment where people are fighting or kids are fighting all over the place cursing, having sex. What did I get myself into? It was a totally different world. It sounds like it was a totally different world. I felt like I was no offense to warm ends, but I felt like I was a Mormon kid coming going to the real world. It was your rum spring yes, but 12, 13. Looking back, it's funny and hilarious, but at the time it was very kind of like scary. So I would say when I transitioned from graduating from high school and attending some community college courses or doing some community college courses to full on living in a dorm, being on a college campus, meeting people from different parts of the world, I would say that was very exciting for me. I just felt very free. I hear that you were dubbed the guru while you were there. Yeah. That was a nickname that my manager at the time gave me. That's funny. I started as a web designer. So I was designing blogs when I was in high school. And online blogs was like my saving grace as a black queer person. I didn't have any friends really in high school. So I would just write online and that was like my ice gate. So in escaping to blog writing blogs, I started designing them and created a service out of that for other blockers. So I would create their templates, their black templates. I learned CSS from doing that. And I think a little bit of HTML at the same time. It also got to flex my creative muscle as well. And creating color schemes and finding this rinky dink image, creation software, editing software. And creating mastheads for blogs and stuff like that. But that led me into wanting to do that as for actually getting paid to do it. And so within a couple of months of being on campus and my freshman year, I found a job flyer for a web designer for the right center on campus and I kind of just begged my way into that job, they gave me the job and after about a year or so doing that the head.
"unt" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"Year, I wrote and we put together this little leadership company and you're in what I didn't realize. Well, I did the leadership arena, especially speaking, is so filled with everybody in their brother. I mean, from 23 year olds to guys who are real serious, who've been through the mill and back, a lot of them are going to sound cheap. A lot of them are bullshit artists, you know? I had a 24 year old kid from UNT graduated, literally called me, got hold me through social media and said, hey, I'd love to help you understand what mentoring is all about. I'm like, what? Who are you? You just graduated from UNT because the balls get all of me. You got to tell you how important mentoring is about. And then you got to go through guys sending you emails saying I'll teach you how to have a $1 million speaking business. So bullshit. And then I had to figure out what you value and your worth is. And then you have to realize, one of the other things you realize, and I love speaking. I mean, I probably should have went into acting because I really enjoy speaking and stuff, but. When you know, as a warrior to public service, talk to other people about love and people, it can set people back. You know, I remember talking to a CEO when I was telling them what the bottom line was, just taking care of people because you don't understand business. And right away, it's like, you know, what do you know? So I know, okay, so I got an $800 million budget, so I had to tell me what I don't know. He's a bottom line, is this in the bottom line is that, and I looked at him and said, listen, man, I get that your CEO and everything. But your bottom line is your men and women. And if you leave them well, no matter what goal you have, no matter your profit margin, they'll get you there if you take care of them. If you just want to ride them rough and everything. So not everybody gets it, not everybody kind of agrees. And that's okay. I don't, you know, I tell them I kind of stepped out of the boat and just said this is what I'm going to do. I had one guy tell me, and you're not going to be able to compete. What do you have to offer? A guy used to be UNT professor. You know, if you want to keep going. So what's your take? University of north Texas. So by now, in my plan, I'm supposed to be a millionaire speaking to 20,000 people at a time, but that didn't happen. Which is good. Yeah, I'm still waiting on that too. But here's Jimmy. And I had a lot of conversations about it. But you know what's here's the cool thing..
"unt" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"Bhai nature have never ruled and authoritarian. Dictatorial regimes. like you see in the reach of in the neighboring countries so they by nature very few it yes. Their economy was weak. Political systems would week but they're just not used to the sort of restrictions that ah people experience in other countries for example and so especially the last twenty years. Women have been living like women in the west and almost spots especially in bigger provincial capsules. I don't think they will easily just accept what the taliban dimond and if you look at the taliban if you look at the cabinet it's all male it's almo la or religious They're not even scholars. But they have sti- joe let associated religion. The most of them have not had higher education so some of the women on the streets of kabul probably fall more qualified than the people currently running the ministry is or even the government and it's a minority they come from one ethnic group Just for clarity's sake. I belong to ethnic groups pashtoons. Thirty three of the taliban members are pashtoons and afghanistan is a very job diverse country. You've got the tajiks. The based has always different other groups that and we all have only so a cultural variations that bring us together unted some rela. That's kenniston so. I think women will find leaning hard except the ruler of very homogeneous male middle-age sometimes old and less educated group and they would just put up with it. You talk about not cabinet being entirely male. They did talk the taliban about having an inclusive government with female positions at a lower level. That clearly hasn't happened. Will anyone be speaking up for the rights of women and willoughby any chance in the future in your view for women to be included in that taliban government. i don't think women will be allowed to occupy senior posts because but for the taliban it's an ideological position is the theological position. It's not something that you can compromise over and are saudi arabia comes out and says hey the taliban which you're doing according to religion because saudi seen as you know the leaders of the muslim world especially the synod face which you are doing is wrong. You need to I dunno moderation. Whatever if they're willing to come enforce the taliban to this reform the taliban will not allow women to occupy. cnn senior position because put. Then that's a dealbreaker. That's what they feel..
"unt" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
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"unt" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Water. The ship with it least 30 people onboard crashing into a reef capsizing is rocks ripped the boat apart. Oh, my gosh crashed, sending more than two dozen people flying into the water, at least four dying and one in critical condition. We're learning more this morning about how the loss of a veteran East Valley police officer in the line of duty has shaken our community President of Clean the Chandler Law Enforcement Association, Mike Collins tells Mike Broom head show. The worst part of this is for the families now. Just his family. But every officer's family always seems toe take pause and step back and kind of re evaluate with 18 years on the job, Colin says 50 year old officer Christopher for our had just recently fulfill the dream of Hiss group is a really hard worker on was just moved to our canine unit. He was very proud of that Island says after incidents like this, it does put officers on edge and he asks for compliance. Alley Ventnor Katya are new. The man suspected in the death of officer for our 25 year old Jonathan Adler. And is facing charges of murder, aggravated assault and auto theft. After police say struck for R and a Gilbert officer with a stolen vehicle. The other officers suffered a head injury. Katya our eyes on education, despite overwhelming Inglis for a return to pre pandemic normalcy. Many students and their families are often to continue. Virtual and hybrid learning. Daniel Mal UNT is the principle of Valor Preparatory Academy and Goodyear, which specializes in hybrid learning. We did see a big We started with 28 students the beginning of the year, and we ended with 100. We have 117 enrolled for next year, Malan says. Many parents are choosing to send their students for half day learning. Continuing the rest of their school day at home. In the afternoons, K D a R news time is 807 way have had our share of issues on East Bound. I 10 this morning Detour. Dan is live in the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic center out of those issues. Look now now. Unfortunately, they're still with us. There's still some real heavy slowing on the far West end of town for a wreck on the I 10 eastbound at the Australia Parkway. There's not much left of the rack off to the right, but there's a heck of a lot of slowing right there from approaching the energy. Agent, the 303 into the crash location at the history of Parkway. You'll see a lot of troopers off to the right as soon as you get by him, Man. Things pick up and you look great until you come to trouble spot number two very heavy slowing from the one the one in direct number two. It's 67th Avenue. That crash now also off right, But boy from the one on one of the 51. It's a 26 minute ride Cellphone. I 17 seems a minor brake lights from Peoria down through about northern. It's going to cost you next term editor to but it shortly And then down on the Durango curb, you'll add an extra couple of minutes here is well, it looks like maybe a little spot of trouble. Now the 17 south outs popping up a Thomas this traffic report brought to you by the Schwartz Laser eye Center, The Swerts Laser Eye Center is celebrating their 20th anniversary and a new location in the East Valley Trust Dr Jace works for all your eyecare needs in Glendale. Scott's dealing now makes a schedule Your free LASIK Examine team idoc dot com. Deter NAND Kitchen is Study breezing 90 Today 94 tomorrow overnight lows in the mid sixties, right now to 71 degrees in Paradise Valley. Whether brought to you by Howard Air, whether Replace or repair, call Howard Air. Well. President Biden is on the road today. Another stop on his tour to highlight is too big spending proposals, one of which is education. During his address to a joint session of Congress last week, President Biden proposed a massive investment in education,.
Tarrant County and UNT Health Science to Open More COVID-19 Vaccination Sites
"County and the U. N. T Health Science Center Point open more vaccination sites here in the county. Katherine's airfields is in the U. N. T Health Science Center and Tarrant County have already established sites at the Stop, Six neighborhood and Saginaw with the bolt to provide better access to those in underserved communities. Sylvia Trent Adams, with the U. N T Health Science Center, says they're also planning 17 registration events. Registration is critical to make sure we can identify When In fact, things are planned for given day, and then for the extra capacity for walkin access. They also planned to open for new sights. Campbell in Zaire. W B A B NEWS Our
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"unt" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Your radio show that Seattle Katie th One by the way in radio would say all that's a heavy lift. No, it's not. I am getting to sit in for America's anchorman. On a radio show he built up, incidentally. By working to radio shows for I think over a year. Back to back. So Adam in terms of reforming the party. The reform would be this Stop hating us. Connect with the base. Here's what I think the base saw in Donald Trump. Mr Trump before became President Trump. He said, the things you're not the same. We're going to build the wall. It's going to be beautiful. The B doors in the wall. Because, like any sane human being, we intend to have some control. Over who comes into our country. Just as any seen human being would have. Control over who steps into the business. I'm doing the show from 5 90 cake You auntie in Spokane. I can't just walk in here. Email ahead and the team says Yeah, come in and use the studio if you're in town. Can't just walk into My own radio stations. I need that the card can you to be cleared through security? Any sane human being knows you must control the flow of people in your country, and it's not that has no basis and race. I understand that you guys find the discussion of race difficult. Well, because you're cowards. I know. I know. I'm casting a broad net here. But see, I've also sat in the limos. Town cars with professional Republicans going to meet with with black constituents in Maryland. Consider the great credit for Michael Steele before Michael Myself a huge soft spot in my heart for it. I'm very disappointed. In my judgment. He's gone full TVs but to his great credit. He assigned Professional Republicans. The goal the task of gold to meet with black constituents, and I saw the discomfort. It wasn't racism. Worked with the people there. They were racist. I didn't meet a racist that the RNC there are Racists. Just if there are in the Democrat party, I didn't meet any of them. I saw the discomfort. You're also discovered. You were also uncomfortable saying things like you know what If you choose to engage in a in a same sex marriage, That's your two adults. Okay? Just you know what? Don't don't force me to find that men, religious price persons. I know that really freaks you out, saying things like that. And yet Just this week has said that to a friend of mine. Active former boss. We just remembered these conversations. So if you're going to reform the party Just stop hating people who are the base. This is just It's maybe one sort of key reform and then maybe understand some things. We know that spending could be cut. I'm not not. That's not the rate of growth. I mean actual spending. I mean, we know that the federal budget is a bloated mess of corruption. And incompetence and tomfoolery and bribes. What we know little Adam Come on, man. You know? It doesn't stop here, by the way. With these professional Republicans. It's going on in the unpaid UNT trial, the non peach Mint on Peach Mint non trial The trial of the bazaar. It's also a great indicator. The reform you need. You're afraid? No, no, no. Adam Adam. Fashion Republicans. Come on main, You're afraid to call out Kamila Harris. Well, few the art So we'll get into that, as we continue. Is Todd Herman.
"unt" Discussed on KCRW
"It's all things considered from NPR News. I'm Ari Shapiro and Mary Louise Kelly 67 votes that is what will be needed to convict Donald Trump in the impeachment child that got underway today in the Senate. And with the Senate evenly divided, the question remains will enough. Republicans joined Democrats to find the former president guilty of high crimes and misdemeanors. Well. A month ago, Republican Congressman Adam Kinzinger of Illinois told me he thought there was a significant chance it could happen and he's back now on Congressman Welcome back. Thank you. It's gonna be with you. So you and I last spoke on January 13th. The day that the house voted to impeach Trump a second time you were only a you were one of only 10 Republicans voting to impeach. Do you still believe there is a significant chance the Senate will vote to convict Well, boy, it just reminds you how it hasn't been that long. But it feels like an eternity and I'll tell you I think Westen left likely that they're gonna vote to convict. I think the question is how many Republican senators, you know, end up voting that way, But it really has been kind of disturbing to see how what happened on January 6th. The next day, we were clear eyed And then it's kind of faded, and it's faded to the desire of politics and political victories. And so I don't know the number I think like you think it's faded. Mm. Yeah, well, look, I think what's happened is Again. You wake up with the emotion of the moment and then you know, the politics comes into play and Donald Trump price to reassert his power. Of course, if you're Republican, the Republican base Eyes still with Donald Trump. Generally, even though that's starting to crumble Little and I think politics just comes into play and it it clouds what I think is really a constitutional Keeping decision about whether or not this was an impeachable offense, and I think there's no doubt it. What is it? This isn't I really can't speak of what unimpeachable removable offense would be. It's funny listening to you. That's almost verbatim the line that Democrat Jamie Raskin, who's leading the House. Impeachment managers made on the floor of the Senate today, which you know, promise me to ask this. I know you were watching the trial today in the Senate, as many of us were, I wonder if you were struck. As I was that, unlike the first impeachment, which was about Ukraine, and things happening far away, this is such a deeply personal trial for for every member of Congress sitting there, listening That really is And you know, every member of Congress with this firsthand, and so I think some of the people that kind of rely on the crutch of process in this and you know time and we don't have enough. You lived it. You know, you saw it and Words that went to this weren't just on January 6. That was really a foundation for the last four years of setting up to a stolen election. And, you know, I've become friends with some of the officers, one in particular that was involved and really just known now for his defense of the Capitol. I'll tell you, Uh, I realized it's one thing in the military to fight a foreign enemy on behalf of your country. It's another thing to face down. Fellow Americans speaking the same language you do sounding like Ugo saying the things that were being said, and it's just a whole new level Ystad and it's one that if there is no accountability for I can't imagine after one police officer Is dead, too. Took their own life. Um, how in the world is this going to get better without people taking a stand and saying this is wrong? I read your op ed in The Washington Post this morning, which was titled My fellow Republicans. Convicting Trump is necessary to save America. You're pleading in it with others in your party to choose a path away from Trump. And as I read it, I thought, I wonder what kind of conversations he's having with other Republicans. When you make this case to them. What do they tell you? Well for colleagues. They're receptive. They you know there's obviously political pressure and public pressure. But I'll tell you when I want the country first movement, um One thing that I started noticing. Is there a lot of people that came out of the woodwork that were or are Republicans? So I'm thinking of leaving? Some have left. Some are fine being Republicans are concerned. It's just we're saying thank you for giving us a voice and a place to go first. I'm a lotta independence. I've been hurt from some Democrats that are saying things like we recognize the need for a functional Republican party, So I think there's a real desire out there for Getting back to doing politics professionally and starting the lead by inspiration instead of fear. Are you thinking of leaving five years from now? Do you think you will still be a Republican? I think the answer to that question will be evident when it's evident. If this party continues to go down the track of you know, authoritarianism and Pledging loyalty to a man above a constitution. And certainly I wouldn't be a Republican. But my hope is that as people wake up and take inventory of what happened No realized how wrong this path is, and that's what I'm gonna try to lead people toe understand? I wonder if you're thinking about it, though. You know people like to talk about big tents in American politics. Is the Republican tent big enough to hold Donald Trump, Marjorie Taylor Greene and you? I don't think it is big enough to hold all of us as they are now, And I think that's where you can't just leave. I think you know there's gonna be these two major parties. I think the Republican Party will be around for a long time. The key is to fight for it and to do battle for it. If we lose this battle the battle for sanity the Republican Party will eventually recognize its Bali because gonna lose elections everywhere. My hope is to get the Republican Party there sooner than in 10 or 15 years. E want to follow on something You just said when you were talking about hearing from from thousands of your constituents, most of whom have been overwhelmingly supportive, UNT telling you, they appreciate your efforts to try to return the GOP to a foundation of principle, not personality. I'm citing a line from from your piece in the post. Do you see a disconnect between ordinary Let's say civilian Republicans and the party leaders who they elect to office. I think to an extent, I think part of it is look there as a Republican. There's been no real competing voices to Donald Trump for the last 4.5 years, at least. And so that's all you hear. That's all you think exists. And so they need to hear otherwise. But the other thing is, I think we make a mistake in Congress. I know we do where we sometimes just think of our bases are constituents. So is the base matter? Me? Probably more so than not But I also don't represent just my base. I represent 750,000 people of which a lot of them don't consider themselves Republican or even the bay. Just lean Republican. And we have to again see that were representatives of our district and that our party You're still getting threats. Yeah, they're out there. But, you know, the reality is I can't live in fear of that. If I'm telling people not to live in fear, either, so I don't But, yeah, unfortunately, politics has devolved into You know, Instead of look, politics was created to prevent violence. And we have violence now in politics, which means politics is failing, and we need to fix the whole system. We just have a few seconds left. But Whether Trump is ultimately convicted or not. What do you hope Americans will take away from this trial? Help Americans will take away how important their country is. How high of the steam we hold the presidency and how the president needs to act above board and not try to turn people's darkest fears against them, But instead Showing their greatest hopes and aspirations. Congressman Adam Kinzinger, Republican of Illinois. Thanks for talking to us today. Any time thank you. You're listening to all things.
"unt" Discussed on 600 WREC
"It's an honor to fill in for Rush Limbaugh, America's anchor man, and it is 800 to 82 to 82 if you want to cause today. Want to take some specific types of calls when you do that, and we just chatted with mall Hemingway with Fox News is a contributor. Senior editor of the Federalist and You Know that I begin my local show. And this is a mention, of course, at the top of the hour that this is as I see it the day God has made And that we live in these times because God has decided that and and that Molly mentioned And approach to help save the country. And we talked as a team during the break about Wait a minute. We have done a lot of the finding of the problems we really have. Yesterday, I was honored to fill in for Russian. Today We've done a lot of defining of the problems in this audience gets it in his precise and understands this is an educated audience. This is also the biggest radio audience in history and sitting in this audience of people who have the solutions. And the solutions. Molly had mentioned that I asked for the three things that she would do to fix the country and and what Molly said. Was she started with prayer. And I back her in that. And your faith is your faith, and this is not a religious show. I'm a religious person. I'm a Jesus follower, and that's what I have turned to To pray for the country. And you have your own faith, your own structure for things, and that's completely acceptable here. This is the biggest tent of all tents. I think that's for me. Fixing the country begins with asking for forgiveness. For the wrongs that we've allowed to go on. I'm not blaming you. Although we all share in this a little bit. And I do see the left as committing evil. I do I really do. Not not every Democrat is evil fact thankful. Stir. These just told me there's good news. There's good news out of the unimpeachable UNT hearing the farce and both said some of the Democrats recognize there's a constitution. Now, if they would just read it the right thing. You almost had me into believing that it was gonna be good news. In this country. There was a time when men Mostly, man, I don't know that women did. This would take these huge J shaped hooks. And they would slam them. Into the sides of these heavy blocks of ice. And they would carrying them up flights of stairs. So people could cool their dairy products in their meat products. It wasn't that long ago. Now, Of course, it's a bizarre notion unless you have, like a cooling room or something where you live. Or something like that. The technology advanced. We are that nation. Right? We're this nation. With fixes for our country. For me and what I want to hear from you today. In this hour of Russia show at 800 to a 2 to 8 to is what's the 1223 things that you would fix the solutions? If you start at a molecular level, or you start at a base level, I would start right at the schools. And I would start by demanding school choice demanding it And if they won't give it to us, making it possible through free market solutions to make it possible for kids to get out of the government school system. Hey, you fixed the schools or taking kids out. I know of an effort. To help mechanize home schooling. And the team that's putting together our brilliant entrepreneurs. And good, honest people. And they're looking at ways to help home schooling be evermore broad so that we can say to the government forces. Hey, you can either teach our kids responsibly or we're going to create this system where we're going to make it more mechanized and easy to do home schooling. Wanna make laws against that? I guess we'll move states or how about this? Sees Your school board meetings sees them. Be bigger than the left In those meetings, they get away with unbelievable things in the school board meetings. They present this perverse curricula. Not just sexually perverse but perverse in terms of ideas, teaching kindergarten Children critical race theory. It's zits. Whiteness is the problem with the world and in California. There is a radical racial group. That's a group of Hispanic people that are radically racial who are talking about liberating Hispanic people within the state of California in this in this continental liberation To kindergarten kids. Sees the school board meetings. Do you understand how I view this as a solution? If we outnumber them at these meetings, and they face us every time we come to the meetings, and they face three conservatives for everyone liberal, it will change the way they do business, because even if they don't stop, they'll have to slow down. Because they're being watched. Sees the parties. I've talked about this before it can be done sees your Republican parties. I'm saying, I'm gonna say Caesar's army. Take it over peacefully Count the members who show up to the county meetings. I promise you, it's math. If you show up with Mork conservatives than wishy washy Republicans in your state you take over the party. What? What does that matter? Because then you help decide who goes on the ballots. You have the power. You have the voter database. You eventually end up on the Republican National Committee as one of the leaders. This is a solution that we can offer now and we can show the Republicans We can show them you are going to put America first. You are going to return sanity. You're going to fight the culture wars which do exist. You are going to admit That the Democrats are helping to ignore or push or fund or logistically support domestic terror groups. You're going to say the words because we're not going to pretend any longer that they're not.
"unt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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Biden Wants a $15 Minimum Wage
"President Biden has theirs is facing some reluctance among moderate and conservative Democrats to go along with a package that is very, very expensive. There's another side of this, which is that there's you know, there's a progressive element of the party that wants a lot and once it now and Senator Bernie Sanders is now chairman of the Senate Budget Committee. What impact will that have? I think it's it's having. It's already having an impact. But Bernie is and I talked to him about this for a story earlier this year, he is feeling very much like he wants to be aggressive with this budget reconciliation process, So he and the chairman of the House Budget Committee have have written a A budget reconciliation document that would allow for in the first cut additional $1.9 trillion in deficit spending, just like the president's calling for that's that's an aggressive use of reconciliation to drive up the budget. Deficit, But he also wants to push the boundaries of what might even fit under reconciliation. So he's he very much wants to try to get a minimum wage increase to $15 an hour federally into this recovery package like the president has proposed. That's not something that a lot of people who are well versed in You know, Senate procedure thought possible before this year, But Senator Sanders is really going to push that he's going to make a inarguable unt that if you increase the minimum wage people pay more taxes because they're earning more money and therefore you should consider that something that has to do with the budget and that can survive reconciliations. So his aggressiveness I think will be Actually, you know, Ironically, in important part of how ambitious the Biden agenda can be after losing Tonto, the less ambitious by an agenda in the Democratic primaries in the last presidential election. And just so we understand the term when we say a $15 federal minimum wage. That means that's that is the minimum wage across the land. Every cross lead worker is going to get $15 an hour at least. Yes, the idea right now it's $7.25. It hasn't been raised in a long time. And the proposal is that over the course of just a few years, it would rise to $15 an hour. And that would mean essentially, no one in the country could earn less than $15 an hour for you know whether you live in West Virginia or New York or wherever Do we know if the Republicans that President Biden is negotiating with are prepared to accept a $15 minimum weight? They are not. I think that there is almost no chance that you get Ah, single Republican on that size of a minimum wage increase. They very much cite concerns that it will reduce employment or hurt small business owners. Um, where's Democrats pushed the idea that will help workers and will help the economy overall by giving people more money to spend who are more likely to spend it. Um, but no, I think that If there were to be a compromise package with Republicans, this would be something that's dropped from it. And to be clear, we don't know for sure that 50 Democrats support A minimum wage of $15 an hour in the Senate. There's there's legislation that would do that. That's been introduced in the past, and it does not have 50 Democrats on it. So I think It's a real question if that could pass in the form that they're proposing it. Just to be clear. The $1.9 trillion plan here is Are there any revenue measures associated with it? Is this all going to be funded by borrowing? So at the moment, that's that's what it looks like. It's all gonna be funded by borrowing. Now a group of Democrats in the House and Senate actually would like to offset some of the borrowing by Rolling back some tax cuts temporary tax but cuts that passed in the stimulus legislation last year for corporations so that may be part of the ongoing unfolding debate this week. But in general, the way the Biden team has been looking at, it's too big early legislative packages on the economy. The they've been looking at it as we borrow money in order to save the economy now from its current dire situation, But they will at least partially and perhaps fully pay for the next big package. The infrastructure jobs, clean energy package by raising taxes on businesses in the rich. We need to
"unt" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"And new avenues for doing not only really cool research because we'd be able to send our scientific packages and get samples back. There is kind of active human travel between that back don space station between the earth. This will become a regular thing. This isn't just a one-off. I know compulsive insane. Where that's it will allen interested anymore we're going on. The moon will become the jumping off place for human missions to mas docket. And i think in edessa bit extended even more you know i find it so unbelievable. They're finding like so hard to believe that this was planned and putting the budgets you know probably gonna be pushed off everything. But what i find what i find. Amazing is that it's not only that we'd be able to be declaring thin antic packages and get more data and we'll samples there back like when a more active basis. It's the fact that the whole world in the commercial sector is now getting more and more involved with. It's the kind of making sustainable human presence on the moon and beyond but also engineering and needs to be made to accommodate human presence and the scientific research presence and exploration presents just explode financially land. That's what i'm looking forward to see finally happening. That's not the katrina milkovich from curtin university. And this is space time. I'm stewart gary still to come rocket lab successfully recovers a boost. The following launch as a first step towards the eventual creation of reusable rockets and russia launches thirty six one way broadband internet telecommunications satellites into orbit all that most oda come on space time rocket lab has launched a payload of thirty satellites into orbit and then capping off the mission by recovering. Its electron first. Stage booster considered a first step towards developing reusable rocket. The aptly named return to send a mission was the company sixteenth launch complex on new zealand's mahia peninsula and the sixth and penultimate launch for twenty. Twenty is leon unt-until loves slowed is complete systems. Re-circulation anti gathering disabled stage one and stage. Two tank suppressed lifelock engine. Purges enable deluge is activated tomatoes. Ten nine eight seven six or three stitch propulsion nominal entering stage. One hundred about this and we have liftoff of electron from rocket. Launch complex one. We're just fifty seconds into flight and heard the call out on concert that mission. The mission is continuing normally so electrons will approach max q along i should three. Otherwise known is maximum. Aerodynamic prussia matzec christian maximum donna mc russia and he goes to call from her operator on council electron has cleared. Max q propulsion is continuing to look good on the path to orbit gardens coming up next mission. Timeline is main engine cutoff. Also known mak- as electrons rutherford engines. Pow down so the first and second stages of the vehicle considerate cleanly falling that the vacuum optimize engine on the stage will ignite to carry the satellites on board further into space. Well electrons booster will begin to fall back to earth marking the start of our recovery attempt. The team on their covering vissel now be furiously checking return telemetry. Mika confirmed staging stetch technician recovery telemetry know what analysts recovery mission court. Execute seeking fifty three state recovery operations. Meco is confirmed in so to the start of the second stage route. The for engine with the separation of stage one and to complete the trajectories are looking good. So far while we're awaiting separation separation propulsion nominal electrons second-stage. Ben is in progress as we had full minutes. And seventeen seconds into flight stationed apogee just a quick electrons. Second-stage burned continues nominally. Fourteen thousand kilometers per hour in an altitude of one hundred ninety kilometers. We're not tape. Plus six minutes and eight seconds into flight and both are seeking stage burn and first stage booster re entry a looking stable. Nick saban be better hot to continue supplying power to the second stage and systems stage to propulsion nominal. We've had battery swap confirmation. And we're about a minute and a half way from weeks. Stage ones drogue chute to deploy. The right is going to get a little bumpy. On the way back down with a boost to reach civil tons of speed of sound all its full back to earth we should expect the first stages main parachute to deploy eight minutes and forty seconds into the mission seek confirmed nominal transfer orbit as you just heard from the team in mission. Control the engine on electron second season has shut down in a kiss. H separated and approximately forty five minutes or so. The payloads will will be to their precise locations using our innovative. Kick stage electrons second-stage tune elliptical. But were the kick stage then separates from here. The three d. printed curie engine electron ignites tr pel the stage and it's payloads to a circular orbit for deployment using coal gas reaction control system or cs the kick stage accurately points self to deploy each satellite to a precise an individual but even on rideshare missions with multiple salads. Like this one wants. A satellites are deployed to carry engine. Reignites propelling the kick stage to a lower orbit. We'll be dragged into the earth's atmosphere faster even behind no space junk in orbit. We've just had confirmation of successful drogue chute and main chute. Deploy the mission's payload of thirty. Small satellites were deployed into a five hundred kilometer. High sun synchronous orbit an hour after launch. The flight also rocket lab successfully recovered. the eighteen. Made a total electron rockets first stage booster which undertook a guided parachutes splashdown in the south pacific. Ocean some six hundred and fifty kilometres off the new zealand as coast a recovery vessel. Then retrieve the booster which is now being analyzed determine the sorts of modifications that are going to be needed to make the first stage reusable the electrons are too small to undertake a powder lining such as those used by spacex for their falcon nine rockets to the company. Instead wants the slowdown. The boost is using a guided parachute descent and then snag them in mid air by helicopter though then be refurbish. Furry us a significant cost saving the small new zealand based company. This space time still the come. Russia's successfully launches a pellet of thirty six one way broadband internet telecommunication satellites into orbit and later in the science report. Australia convinces production of at least fifty million doses of the oxford university astrazeneca vaccine all that and more still to.
Upcycling Safely During and After the Corona Virus
"Safely during and after the grown virus absolutely has been part of my life and many people's lives for quite some time. I have always been aware. The safety comes first but now with the grown virus in newly or safety has to be considered. Here is my list of what considered Best Practices for up cyclist safely number one until further? Notice you should only upcycle items that you had having your home for some time and that only you and those in your household had contact with no matter. How long you had had these items may show. They are thoroughly cleaned and use gloves. If you happen to buy anything for upside couldn't even if new? I will make sure that I would leave it in the packaging for two weeks and still give it a good wipe down three items or any gifted items new or old should be put on hold and set outside the home if acquired during the last month or so I even the deliveries of new items untouched for three days when I received them and I use a gloved to receive them. I also spray. The asset of the box with a disinfected abilities cautions for upside going. I believe in the current environment of not knowing how fast virus it is best to be safe in this many areas as you can follow Colonels Oviedo Countries Health Ministry Department of Disease Control and take all the extra precautions. You can on your own as well. I have been using a couple of extra old-fashioned ways to clean once. I have squeezed lemons. I'd say the haves a use them to clean the top of my stole the bath of Bathtub. In addition to disinfecting disinfecting them with a disincentive has and unted by zero qualities. This this helps to get as much use out of Lebanon. As possible I have also Years Dry Eucalyptus leaves and put them in my disinfectant This is another one of those old son. Ideas AS EUCALYPTUS has An item micro qualities admixture long enough to last for a few days. This way it does not get a chance to get moldy. Both Lebanon Eucalyptus off given extra boost disinfectant because they are both Antibacterial and antiviral. The certainly no way of knowing what works. Best being careful and thoughtful about our actions and just doing the best we can is all we can do for now remember for now. Life is about possibilities and not impossibilities. Stay will the next
Denton Police: Suspect Wielding Cleaver, Frying Pan Shot Dead At Apartment Near UNT
"News man shot and killed by a debt and police officer early yesterday morning has been identified now is twenty three year old Darius Tarver student at U. N. T. police were called out around three AM about reports of a man causing a violent disturbance at an apartment complex near campus several people reported Tarver was walking around with a meat cleaver and a frying pan knocking on doors breaking light fixtures was eventually shot by police after refusing to drop those items one officer was stabbed in the melee but officials say the injuries were not life