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Good Company: Helio Castroneves Wins Indy 500 for 4th Time
"Hello Castroneves grabbed the lead with two laps to go and raced his way into Indianapolis five hundred history it was win number four for the Brazilian driver who finished ahead of Alex palu Castroneves joins AJ Foyt Rick Mears and al Unser senior as the only four time Indianapolis winners the forty six year old Castro Nevis racing for the twenty first time in Indianapolis averaged a hundred ninety miles per hour the fastest five hundred ever with one hundred thirty five thousand spectators on hand Tom McCabe Indianapolis
"unser" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Right behind him. Bobby Unser looks like he's gonna head in for a pit stop. Bobby Unser. Indeed, heading know something's wrong and Bobby answers car. Something appears to be wrong. With Bobby Answers machine he slowed coming off the fourth card pulled to the inside of the race cars. Rick Mirrors is now your leader, and Bobby Answer is running slow into the first turn. But with less than 20 laps to go and victory in sight answer started having gearbox trouble. He lost the lead and the race to teammate Rick Mears but held on for fifth place. He won six times in the car trail and finished second. Amir's in the final standings for Al's part. Despite the promise the shopper Al Show that the Brickyard in May, the team only won one race the season finale at Phoenix in October. At the end of the year on, Sir quit the team, one that would win the 500 the next year and dominant fashion with Johnny Rutherford. Behind the wheel. Bobby stayed with Team Penske, and by 1981. He was knocking on the door of a third Indianapolis 500 win behind the wheel of a brand new Penske. PC. Nine B chassis Super Super car because I started the testing in it myself. Came from England is designed and built over there and made the changes to it over here that all the air dynamic changes over in my shop, and in that being a really fast car. Bobby youngsters sat on the pole and lead early and often challenge mainly by Patrick Racing teammates Gordon John Cock and Mario Andretti, who was bidding to be the first driver to win from the last row. During the late race Caution flag. I'm sir pitted in second place, but got out of his stall first with Andretti closely behind Unser State on the apron and roll past more than a dozen cars before getting into line behind the pace car and ready past a couple of cars as well and then blended into line with the others. At the time, it seemed like no big deal. In fact, the Speedway radio network made no mention of the situation on their live broadcast. But at the time ABC television was showing the race on a tape delayed basis while putting the event together in post production for that night's broadcast. This is how it was presented Bobby out again on Bobby going.
Bobby Unser, 87, Indy 500 Champ in Great Racing Family, Dies
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting three time Indy five hundred champ Bobby Unser has died three time Indianapolis five hundred winner Bobby Unser has died at age eighty seven the Indianapolis Motor Speedway says Unser died Sunday at his home in Albuquerque New Mexico of natural causes Unser and his brother al Unser junior are the only pair of brothers to win the Indy five hundred Bobby Unser's victories in the greatest spectacle in racing came in nineteen sixty eight nineteen seventy five and nineteen eighty one the eighty one victory was controversial under cross the finish line ahead of Mario Andretti but officials ruled Unser had passed cars illegally during the race while exiting pit lane under caution a penalty docked Unser one position and made and ready the water but on appeal Unser was reinstated as winner in October of that year it was the thirty fifth and final victory of Bobby Unser's career hi Mike Rossio
A Modern Day Escape From Egypt
"When people ask me where my home is I find it quite hard to unser but i originally come from south sudan. That's that's that's where. I know. I come from but i don't really know where my home is. That's christina christina zia. She's tall has bleached cut hair. Dark skin and fierce is. That somehow don't seem to match shyness of her smile. She's nineteen years old but listening to her. You'd think she was much older. Or maybe i should say much more mature. I just feel. I've been so many places and every time they tried to call a. Place my hall. It was snatched away from me. Christina was born a refugee in fact. She's what un agencies call a second generation refugee and as is the case with many other refugees. It's hard to know where exactly to start her story. I could go all the way back to one thousand nine hundred ninety eight. When christina's parents to clean and philip took their three year old first born daughter viola and fled war-torn sudan. Search of a safer future this time might genocide could attorney typically begin in beirut lebanon where the bas wound up and where in two thousand and one christina was born or else i could fast forward a few years and starred in maadi a bustling suburb of cairo where christina spent her early child but instead i'm going to open with a scene which to christina to felt like a true beginning a modern day exodus from egypt. It's june two thousand and seven and wearing the sinai peninsula. It's pitch black night bedouin. Smugglers have just instructed. Six year old christina twelve-year-old viola. Their father they're pregnant mother and a few dozen other sudanese asylum seekers to climb onto the back of rickety pickup truck and they covered us. And they're like don't make any noise and If you do it will be problem to us and t- you of so just don't risk
Aid agencies fear impact in Yemen after US terror decision
"With just nine days left for the trump administration today a big shift in us foreign policy in the middle east which could have long lasting effects secretary of state. Mike pompeo says the us will designate. Yemen's who the rebel movement a foreign terrorist organization this could seriously complicate future efforts to deal with yemen's humanitarian crisis and bringing the war to an end with us as yemen spokesperson for the norwegian refugee council mccormick. She joins us from auden. We need to quick reminder rena who are and what they represent to the state department specifically under mike pompeo sarala are otherwise known as to who 'this and they're the movement that took over the cups to of yemen's on a abide five years ago which sparked at the us to get involved in saudi led coalition in support of the government at attempt to remove them they significance for the united states has been an their accusations that the unser allow movement are backed by iran which of course for the us has broader regional at considerations and so it seems clear that this latest move is part of that regional strategy to try to minimize iranian influence in the region. This is quite fresh news. What is the reaction from yemen to do. Most people think this plan designation of who these as foreign terrorist organization was politically motivated. Well the news came in for us yemen time just this morning and so people are really trying to get to grips with us. At the moment. It's been mixed reactions here in yemen. Answer the otherwise known who have come out and in turn accused. The united states government of acting in a terrorist way other reactions from aid organizations have been the same message that has been given to the united states government for the last few months when such a move was being suggested which is that on many levels. This would be catastrophic and it would certainly have a widespread impact on the humanitarian situation. Here on the ordinary of yemenis who are trying to live their lives your organization the norwegian refugee council. What are you looking at are concerned about. What the implications of this they're going to for our ability to run an office hire staff and get goods into the country get critical supplies like food and water and supplies to help fight kovic around the country to the communities who need it's the most get materials for building emergency shelters an widely the kind of impacts that. We're looking at art. That really the feeling is that this will be devastating for the yemeni economy which is already in ruins after more than five years sustained violent or is it your expectation that the incoming biden administration will reverse this plan decision to label the husky rebel movement a foreign terrorist organization. It may not be possible to reverse this decision on if not then it is possible to put in place. The kind of protections in safeguards that are needed so these would be safeguards immediately and for all humanitarian activities near monitoring supplies. It also safeguards so that imports of critical and food and other supplies can come in and out of the country would go a long way towards mitigating or softening some of the impacts of this designation and as for the rest we i suppose we will have to see on the twentieth of january when the new administration comes in we are asking for the biden administration to make yemen one of its number one priorities on day. One re mccormick the yemen spokesperson for the norwegian refugee council. Speaking with us from auden. Thank you very much here. Very welcome
The difference between implicit bias, systemic bias and unconscious bias
"There a difference between implicit bias, unconscious bias and systematic bias. How interchangeable are they? What's your? What's your take on that? Yeah. So these I mean the three of those, it's accession it fascinating because the three of us we often. Use Them interchangeably but they're actually very very different and it's so funny when you mention even subtle differences like Duke versus UNC, right what I talk about in a lot of my research and what I studied, how these really subtle differences that. So much of success outcomes are determined by these subtle signals and cues in stereotypes and perceptions even something like I mean, it sounds funny. But the the color blue and seeing the difference between Duke Blue Versus Carolina blue immediately there's some sort of a reaction that happens but if we take that into the business world, for example, you know Marissa Mayer was Famously when she first started, Google spent a long period of time because she had this hypothesis that people would click through ads at a certain rate for storage shade of blue. So she spent a week or two just testing blue number twelve versus blue number fifteen, blue fifteen versus blue number twenty and found that there is one shade of blue that people were more likely to click through I. Don't know two or three percent more likely to click than others, and it may not sound like a huge percentage when you're selling ads for millions and billions of dollars that two percent can really make a difference. So even something like that he settle signals and cues but back to your original question. The ways in which these these signals and cues are enacted means the difference between unconscious and implicit and systemic sort of bias Sufi. Think about bias from this holistic sort of. This holistic continuum there's buys it's sort of over right. We know that you discriminate or your biased against someone based on how they look right but there's also bias that for example, I give you example imagine you're playing this board game a board game and you know you have no idea that that that every time you roll the dice, you're rolling affair of dice and your opponent every time. They're rolling the dice rolling in unser here of dice where they for some reason always gonNa roll lower numbers and you're playing this game and the whole time you're playing this game you're winning and you never see that the dice that you're rolling are different of dice than than your opponent and so when you go at the end of the game and you win, you're not really aware that there. Was Systemic sort of bias that that you that your success was due to something that was just in the system right? You one form of bias. Another former buys is that perhaps you unknowingly once of dice are red and once it of dice or blue, and the pollution of dice are the ones that are always going to be the ones that rule the lower number and so implicitly you're. Sort of you're told or you were taught like the red dice are always better just tried get those but you have no idea why and so every time it's your opponents turn you hand them the blue set of dice, right? So you're implicitly biased against because you somehow think that the red dice are better and and that you and so and so there's sort of this unsteadiness built in. Through what you've been taught or through what you've sort of known and so there's sort of this implicit also like subconscious to some extent subconscious, there is much more. You have no idea why you weren't taught that read was better than blue but for some reason, you realize that was always going to roll better than blue and so it's not this told you to always give blue to the. Opponent, but you just naturally always give the blue to the economy and make sure that you get the rats. So there's all these different forms of bias that exists and so sometimes I'd give that example to kind of straight the really small differences that exist between these types of
Getting Through the Toughest Start to Life as a New Salon Owner
"Podcast. I want you today to listen to because I want you to fill a shed experience of somebody who is going through. Exactly what your guy for yes? We have different ways of different problems. We're all daily wave in our own way but Brooke is a hairdresser. One of the most exciting rising stars in our industry. Say she's a fainting and by two thousand twenty but in her short space of being silent owner since December. Two thousand nine teen. She has had to really grow quickly because in February of this year she had to experience flooding in her cell on her brand new salon and this was after she had to go through the process of the troubles of opening her Salam but she had to close a salon for two weeks. Then we will face with we all know now corona virus. How issue dealing with it? Well that's what she's GonNa talk as for. She's GonNa talk about what she is doing right now in this situation of the corona virus and as I tell Ya es podcast that would just give you hope it will give you smalls. It will make you feel positive in such desperate times and really is the perfect medicine for all of us need right now. And that's what I'm GonNa make sure that each and every one of you gets with these podcasts re week we are going to beat this together. And we're GONNA come out of it pasta and are no Brooke is GonNa make you feel really good about hairdressing and what you can do in this time of lockdown right now son delighted to welcome onto the show Brooke Evans. Welcome to the show Brook Hollow. What can we say I mean here? We are offering Sunday. The world's gone nuts hasn't it really has unser thinking. Is She happening? Every one of us broke his nephew wit. All everyone's being personally affected by this. And you know we're all having to come to terms with this and how we're going to do and how your mindset in not being a salon owner. You've got the Kevin's silently bridge. Where you at? Where's your head at. Am I think my head to scrambled? However you've got to stay positively situation so I'm trying to not focus on the now and more focused on the full weight on what's happening later on in life and I think it's really difficult to focus on the now because it's unstable. This is the first time this has happened and nobody has the answer so I mean we start he laughing in lots of ways. It's almost that's what we need to do. Isn't it because you know it's just bunk? World has just changed beyond recognition in one week. Really I mean two weeks. We will going this way but week. It's just changed but I mean so much I wanNA learn today really help you as you're young Solano neurons. You brought them in. How long have you I mean? How old are you? Mommy asking that question. Twenty six six. Have Your Own Salam I turn. When did you open this salon? And December serve out three months ago and premiums Guy Right. We'RE GONNA go into that. One lupe sounds just a pill. The pitcher but just for our listeners. I want them to really to learn from. You obviously has a young son and how you deal with the current Corolla Corona virus outbreak. But the positive things. How are you going to go forward but I think also I won't do I think. Why are you on is one? You are an outstanding rising star in Industry Financing Two Thousand Twenty member sallow. Now you've had you've had some problems. In those pre months it would be fair to science. Corona virus is just want to add to the layers of already in your early days. So tell us about yourself so you you open to December where is it gives an insight into the SALOM so we bought the Ceylon Staw last year? It was a mechanics courage so it been derelict for twenty years said needed loads into it. So I am formally what Tim Scott Right. The Hair Surgery Amazing Time Act told him the news and Tim. I'm going to leave in. May and by then hopefully will be opened in June come December. We still wear so the those those things to do in the salon a lot more than we ever could imagine. We had a fight with the council and climate. And because it's a conservation area. In areas outstanding beauty. There was not some rules and regulations but that we got there taking on the obvious. Hoy Street location. No not at all. I mean it was always a case of wanting to have a hope and somewhere where people was a hassle. We weren't just doing. Have you know we have local? People come in. They have the coffee and I wanted to be relaxing environment and so people feel comfortable in because quite often has daunting for paper. That Doug at the head on south is always my goal so I need an ability to fill that and this is kind of course this profiteering. What it looks Chatila Laminate looks it does look. I know you're super cool. Hairdresser you You know really are flying in the industry and things have been going great but you opened up this Salam think team there now so we started a quite small sensible which I'm really grateful for in the current climate So there's a team of four of us. Mom is very much in the picture. So my mom and dad actually have an invested in me to integrate and they built the style with me. So it's just been a three-month dot and then we've of employed a hairdresser in a ball to add to the team so business has been going great right. I'm guessing you bill because you're in the beautiful place. I am bridge. So is that Roy Bridge. Yeah it's beautiful outside of the UK and knows the embraceable nine place. Well actually. It's a lot more well known than I originally saw the island. Bridges the first of our own bridge in the world. Somehow people from all over the world come to visit my inside of the trip that remind you take very interesting breads so you sound December and it was really good but I've seen instagram pipes. And I know that you were struggling with problems so you had the the real of getting the Salon Open. I mean that's the part of the problem. But you've given asylum then tell us what's happened while sings against cooking along nicely. Yes so we have consolidated stem but that was right. You know. We had our first month which I'm used to be busy all the time. But it was steady and we look right for the new while existing clients. Then you have your January blues which you know we knew we were going to and and then February. We were strict with floods which is mad because when we bought the property. We knew that we may see how that never to the extent that we did and never in our wildest dreams we think we'd to ship the solemn for two weeks Anita Tunnel for two weeks. Yes which was mad because the solemn was drawn however it was coming up a With what we've got like a pit. Which is Philip full of alcohol and stuff for clients and the water was coming up through there and through the front dill so we were pumping the water out. So we just couldn't be Penn but the washer outside the Ceylon needed a boat to get to so it was them it stranded so you had to close. I close so what? How did you deal with that situation? So you close was any cover. Obviously you've gotta Pay Your rental. I Dunno you wrote heads. Yeah I'm suppose on really fortunate that my mom and dad were there to help. So we had my dad's pumps mojo compel Pinta out the Gills understood and are ready triumphs in the big picture here. I didn't want to pay the bills at an identity. Now what you pay them such sake. Whatever so I wanted to maintain and their wage is for as long as I could which I did manage to a But I think it's a really difficult situation to be. We ended up moving into the salons or two weeks to pump. The socks needed for our surveillance. So
How Bolton's Allegations Could Change the Impeachment Trial
"It's the second week of the Senate impeachment trial of president trump and there's a new wildcard in the mix John Bolton a draft of the former national security advisers memoir was leaked over the weekend in it. He reportedly writes that. President trump told him he wanted to freeze aid to Ukraine until the country. Aidid investigations into Democrats including his political rival former vice president. Joe Biden the allegation strike at the center of the impeachment inquiry and could change the dynamics in the Senate or the President's defense team is making their arguments today. Joining me now with more details is Wall Street Journal Executive Washington editor Jerry. seib Jerry this leak from John Bolton's upcoming book is throwing a lot of uncertainty into the Senate impeachment trial. Democrats are renewing their calls for Bolton to testify and it could prompt president trump's defense to tweak their strategy. How do you think this could change what we see in the next few days of the impeachment trial well I think it has to immediate impacts one is I think it affects or could affect at least the tactics? The president's defense team uses as it moves through its phase days of the arguments in the Senate it has been essentially trying to have it both ways to say there was no quid pro quo when the president asks Ukraine for Investigations Investigations into corruption. In the Biden's there was no threat of withholding military aid at the same time so there was no quid pro quo. But and secondly even if there there was such a quid pro quo. It would have been perfectly within the president's rights to ask for that because he was interested in getting to the bottom of corruption Ukraine. I think now that you have John Bolton saying saying well yes there was a quid pro quo. The president told me that he was going to withhold aid until the Ukrainians started investigating the Biden's that now I think the president's defense team probably has to fall back on the well. That was perfectly acceptable argument. So I think it changes and somewhat restricts their ability to argue their case the second effect and probably conceivably conceivably the more important one is that it increases dramatically the chances that there will be a vote in the Senate to call witnesses once. The President's defense team has done making. It's case in to do that. You'd have four. Republican senators agree with all the Democrats. Witnesses ought to be called including John Bolton on Saturday. That didn't seem very likely Egli to happen on Monday. After the Bolton revelation. I think it's much more likely and that in turn I imagine could open the door to calling more witnesses besides Bolton right exactly exactly because once you open that door there are a lot of things that can happen and the Democrats are equally eager to hear from Mick Mulvaney. The Acting White House Chief of staff and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will potentially others and then you will have Republicans demanding that Joe Biden or his son. Hunter Biden be called to testify about their actions in Ukraine rain. And so you have probably dueling subpoena fights and elongation of the whole trial section of the impeachment process which the president doesn't want and very uncertain outcomes the law of surprises and potentially unser pleasant surprises for both sides. Comes into play so you will have moved from a process is that seemed to be headed toward a certain conclusion to one in which there's at least more uncertainty. I think it's very unlikely that. Any of these scenarios result in the president being convicted hidden removed from office but the twists and turns in the political impact list twists and turns are much harder to predict now. How damaging could Bolton's testimony for the president in this trial if we go down that road where he is called as a witness well I think it's damaging potentially in the sense that it will Would serve if the if the leaks. What he's written? A book are correct to basically confirmed one of the articles of impeachment that the Democrats have put forward which is that. There was undue undue pressure put on Ukraine in the form of withholding military aid to coerce the Ukrainian to investigate the president's political opponents. That is Joe Biden. That would essentially Ashley be confirmed if the leaks are correct. It doesn't however get to the follow on question which Republicans would stress. which is? That's not an impeachable offense. You may disagree with that. We think the president was in within his rights to press for an answer to what was going on in Ukraine during the Obama years as a matter of foreign policy and so what Republicans will say. It's not an impeachable offense. Even if you believe everything John Bolton said so I I think it complicates the political narrative. I doubt that it changes inches. The outcome as I said because Republicans are both convinced there there was less there the meets the eye and that whatever the president did does not amount to a high crime or misdemeanor meaner as required under the constitution for impeachment and conviction Jerry. How do Republicans view John Bolton he has a long history in Washington how are Republicans responding responding to this leak? And how are they viewing Bolton's relationship to president trump. Well that's an interesting question because you have a role reversal in both parties. He's on John Bolton right now. For years and years John Bolton was kind of a a villainous figure in the Democratic Party very conservative goes back to campaigning for Barry Goldwater when he was in his youth served in the Reagan and Bush administrations very hawkish conservative and very much reviled by Democrats now. They're begging for John Bolton to stand up and be a man of principle as we know he is and testify and on the Republican side. You have a similar reversal. I mean John Bolton is conservatives conservative he served in every Republican administration nations since Ronald Reagan. And now he's being attacked by. Republicans is not credible person and so this is kind of the whiplash effect that you see often in the the trump administration when people who were traditional Republican conservatives are not necessarily trusted now and those same kinds of conservatives. Don't necessarily love the trump administration association. So there's a kind of identity crisis on the right to to some extent these days and John Bolton personifies that now in this context in some ways you know one of the ironies. arnie's in this situation is that there are a lot of things that John Bolton has said and written for years that are very trumpian in the way he's described it very much in sync with President and trump. He has said you can't trust the European Union for example and he has said the State Department is a A hotbed of careerist liberals who try to make policy not just execute the president's policy especially when that president is a Republican. Those are the exact things that Donald Trump says about the EU and the State Department bureaucracy. So there is a there's there's a lot of overlap between John Bolton things and what Donald Trump thinks the place where they fell out with each other and the reason for this controversy now is Moscow in Russia Russia where John Bolton is quite the Hawk and therefore wanted to make sure that Ukraine was armed to confront Russia and president trump has a much more benign view of Russia and Vladimir Putin hooton overall and so the irony here is that there's a lot of trump and John Bolton just not on this question of Ukraine Wall Street Journal Executive Washington editor Jerry. seib thank thank you so
News in Brief 28 September 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations hopes for a possible end to the war in Yemen are growing slightly following news that nearly three hundred detainees have been released as a gesture of goodwill by WHO forces pitted against the government of abdrabboh monsoonal welcoming the development U. N. special envoy for Yemen Martyn in Griffiths said he hoped that it would lead to both sides meeting at the nearest opportunity to resume the discussions on future exchange as per the UN led deal signed signed by their representatives in the Swedish capital last December describing the release of conflict related prisoners as a unilateral move by Unser Allah the official name aim of the WHO tease. Mr Griffiths said he hoped that the move will lead to further initiatives that will facilitate the exchange of all the conflict related detainees as per the Stockholm. I'm agreement and a group of sixty six vulnerable refugees have been successfully evacuated from Libya to Rwanda the UN support mission in Libya on smell announced on Sunday Sunday making the group the first benefit from the recently implemented emergency transit mechanism after landing at Kigali International Airport on Thursday morning all were granted asylum-seeker status pending assessment of their refugee claims by the UN's refugee wing UNHCR in total twenty six of the evacuees were children nearly all and accompanied companied hailing from Sudan Somalia and a retrial. One of the extras had not been outside a detention center for more than four years. A team of care professionals will work alongside counselors was to assess the refugees mental and physical health needs further solutions will include resettlement for some integration into local Rwandan host communities or safe and voluntary terry returned to their home countries. A second evacuation operation is expected to take place in the coming weeks. UNHCR estimates that ten million dollars will be spent on initial. She'll evacuation investments and running the Libya Rwanda emergency transit mechanism through the end of the year and finally the world is paying tribute to the work of language professionals who play a vital role in all international relations and dialogue for peace on International Translation Day observed the thirtieth of September transposition. This position of a literary or scientific work between languages and interpretation are indispensable to preserving clarity and productivity and international relations an interpersonal communication the UN says multi-lingual ISM a UN core value helps guarantee the effectiveness of our multilateral system the Secretary Secretary General Antonio Guiterrez has said the UN is one of the world's largest employers have language professionals employing several hundred language staff between New York Geneva Vienna Hannah Nairobi and other regional commissions translators handle materials from statements by member states to expert reports covering subjects spanning the entire you an agenda Ndola from human rights to peace and security and Development Natalie Hutchinson U._N. News.
Trump fires John Bolton as national security adviser
"We start with breaking news in the politics and president trump today firing his national security adviser Ambassador John Bolton the too long well documented history of disagreeing disagreeing on matters all the way up to today when the two had different takes on how Bolton ended up on the wrong side of the White House fence the president tweeting in part quote. I informed John Bolton last night that his services are no longer needed at the White House. I disagreed strongly with many of his suggestions. According to John Bolton's tweet which came just twelve minutes later quote. I offered to resign last night in president trump said. Let's talk about it tomorrow. The news came just before a White House. Briefing that Bolton was was scheduled to attend secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin who both reportedly clashed with Bolton behind the scenes. Were notably all smiles at this briefing everything a source close to the administration tells me that Bolton's exit is the result of quote Ed Administration with dysfunctional processes and bureaucracy one that attracts people who we're willing to make the big compromise to work for trump so they are especially cutthroat. It's a real snake pit and it's run by quote in Iraq. President who is hard to manage anew brings out the worst sensibilities people add it all up in the source says quote John Bolton standing for principals such as it's a bad idea to invite the Taliban to Camp David Well. Oh he didn't have a chance. CNN's Kaitlan Collins starts off now from the White House John Bolton the firing in came via twitter as president trump announced today he informed his National Security Advisor. His services are no longer needed at the White House but but in a surreal moment twelve minutes later Bolan denied he was fired tweeting. I offered to resign last night and president trump said let's talk walk tomorrow. Bolton was seen by CNN cameras outside the West Wing this morning after sources said he got into a bitter disagreement with trump the the night before the alternative was the White House and you wouldn't have been happy with that either. They argued over the president's decision to host Taliban leaders at Camp David a a meeting trump later cancelled John Bolton's priorities and policies just don't line up with presidents bulletins pushback inviting the Taliban on US soil and allegedly tiddly telling reporters about his feelings after may have been the last straw with one source telling CNN the leaking is what got him but in recent weeks Bolton had found himself isolated from the president iced out by the chief of staff and barely speaking to the secretary of State there were many times ambassador Assar Bolton. I disagree that's to be sure. Bolton was scheduled to be at this afternoon's briefing alongside Mike Pompeo and Steven Mnuchin the president's view of the Iraq war and and embassador bulletins was very different but after the president's tweet a White House official said Bolt is no longer in the building. I like conflict. I like having two people with the different points of view trump once claimed he liked the chaos of a west wing with multiple opinions but he grew irritated by Bolton's hardline positions in recent weeks. I actually temper John which is pretty amazing now. Jacob President says he's going to announce his fourth national security adviser next week until then Bolton's is deputy. Charlie Kupperman will takeover the National Security Council but I do want to flag one other bit of reporting we got that may have shown that Bolton was on the way out apparently currently when they were at the g seven summit in France just a few weeks ago he was tentatively scheduled to build some of the Sunday shows defending the administration's policies but sources tell C. in the bulletin was uncomfortable and didn't want to go on to defend some of the president's policies including on Russia which had become a big topic of the summit though people close to and said he simply thought that people like Steven Mnuchin or Larry cudlow were better suited at defending the president's policies on tariffs but jake of course requirement of working in this White House as you've got to be able to defend the president on television even the president's post to have Russia back in the g seven Kaitlan Collins. Thanks so much joining me now is Senator Bob Menendez a Democrat from New Jersey. He's the ranking Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee senator. Thanks for joining us your reaction to John Bolton being fired. Look the Unser Mona's way that Bolton was fired at stupid this functionality the whiplash that goes on in terms of you know national security and foreign policy look at the record this is going to be the upcoming the fourth national security advisor the Third Secretary of defense the Secretary Second Secretary of state the Second Second Director of National Intelligence and the list goes on and so the situation room shouldn't be the place in which the president plays his this reality TV show of the apprentice so it's it's very hard for our foreign policy and national security both with our allies as well as sending messages to our adversaries by the dysfunctionality that the president has in the White House. I'm no fan of John Bolton. He's very bellicose in some of his views but you need a national security advisor who's was willing to give you alternative views and other realities and not just yes men in in such a critical position. Well I want to ask you about Bolton specifically because one of your colleagues league's Republican senator who declined to be named told CNN that Republican senators quote clone to people like Bolton on Capitol Hill relying on him to know what's really going on at the White House seeing him I suppose as a non-sycophantic grown up one of the proverbial guardrails what do you think well clearly although I don't agree with many of embassador Bolton's views and he has a bit of a bellicose way about him in terms of foreign policy and national security but he was a voice that would give alternative realities or real realities to the president for his consideration and I know that in many choices for example like the precipitous move in Syria which would have left those who fought alongside with us in in the Lurch that voices like his were also you know surrounded by members of the Senate who who felt this was a disaster astor in the making so I think there are those particularly on the Republican side who felt that he was some sort of stability in terms of foreign policy there are many on my side of the aisle who thinks that that accurately you know he was a bit of a warmonger but what this says Moore I think it's less about Bolton and more about the president the president has no stability in in terms of national security and foreign policy just cut his legs from his Afghan. you know envoy his. Middle East peace envoy just laughed. He's got nobody with Kim. I'm John Own to deal with it so it's it's a disaster at a time that we have to one of the most challenging foreign policy scenarios in the world that I've seen in nearly thirty years. I know you disagree with Bolton on on a lot but there are areas where I imagine you you do have some agreement. A Bolton was skeptical of the President Meeting with Kim Jong Hoon skeptical of the president's offer to have a no strings attached meeting with the Iranian President Ruhani. He was against the Taliban being invited to Camp David. I wonder what this might mean for the administration going forward when it comes to policy and when it comes to people in the president's inner circle who are willing to say you know what Mr President. That's a bad idea I think those people are few and far between if there are any left in this administration. I think the only way you survive in this administration is by I saying yes Mr President even if you believe it's a horrible idea including for the national security and interest of the United States in its people and so that's one of the challenges of this administration administration the reality is is that this is why I believe that Congress under its Article One role is more more important than ever before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee the House Foreign Relations Committee the intelligence committees the Armed Services Committee need to have a robust oh bus vigilant row using their article one authorities to try to pursue a foreign policy that the administration ultimately will will limit the risks that they pose in terms of US foreign policy and national security interests oil prices fell almost immediately after trump tweeted about Bolton Why do you think that is. What are the ramifications might this well? I think that those who believe that Ambassador Bolton who was an advocate of for example example the potential of an attack on Iran because of its nuclear program and the instability that that would create in the region maybe be those of us that now there's less of a bellicose view as it relates to Iran and the region you know I would assume that that's speculation on their airport and that's why some of the prices fell all right Democratic Senator Bob Menendez of the Garden State New Jersey. Thanks so much appreciate it. Sir Thank
"unser" Discussed on The Children's Hour
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UN envoy to Yemen seeks to downplay non-start of talks
"The UN's envoy to Yemen says he's not giving up on diplomacy. Even though efforts to initiate peace. Talks collapsed today in Geneva. Yemeni government, it goes theaters were on hand, but who theory delegates never showed up. Lisa Sean reports the rebels refused to leave Yemen without guarantees for their safe return special envoy, Martin Griffiths tried to put a good spin on things saying the environmental the talks was fairly positive this despite the absence of the Hootie delegation officially known as Unser Allah, take this as a fundamental blockage in the process. I think it's important to note that Unser all also wanted to be here. They're disappointed not to be here. The Yemeni government delegation, which did turn up for the talks says the rebel group has sabotage peace negotiations in the past more than ten thousand civilians. Aliens have been killed during the war, which has been going on for more than three
How to Discover the Joy of Being with Marina Pearson
"Hey, hey, if you haven't already head over to pod, simply dot com slash joined. That's where you can learn more information about the podcasting membership program that I'm watching that is all about how to launch grow, monetize intern, turn your podcast into a real thing. I'm giving away every single piece of information. I have everything that I've learned over the last four and a half years over the last forty plus podcasts that I've worked on and the last seven in a row top one hundred launches that I've done so everything I typically reserved for my clients. I am giving away to you in this membership program. So you definitely if you're interested in podcasting at all, if you want to launch your own show, if you have a show and want to learn how to grow it, then this is the place to be head over to pod simply dot com. Slash joined to learn more, and I will see you right there. In this episode, I sit down with marina Pearson to talk about the joy of fees get. Get excited because this is tiny lease big, Jake. Another episode, tiny leaves baked changes, whereas share simple strategies you can use to get more out of your life. My name is Greg clueless in in this episode, I'm sitting down with marina Pearson marina is the host of a podcast called the joy of being and from every single interaction I've had with her over roughly the last two or three months. It's been made very clear to me that the number one thing hers zone of genius is learning how to bring joy back into your life, learning how to navigate whether it's motherhood or business, or whatever it is a way that brings joy into your life. And she is just such a bundle of joy in a bundle of energy and excitement to speak with. So I'm excited to bring her on the show talk about that process because I think that for many of us, joy is the missing piece. It's that thing that we get. So. Bogged down in the day to day life in the process of pursuing progress. We get bogged down in that day today, tiny leap activity, and we forget to just look up and smile and be grateful and happy and and live the life that we actually have. So marina. I am super excited to have you on the show. How are you doing today on Ralph front Klag such a pleasure such on to be. Absolutely. I mean, the pleasure is mine. So let's let's start here. Tell me a little bit about the joy of being podcast. How did that concept come to be. Gosh, it was back in February were I was little bit stuck. I had actually been attempting to make my coaching practice worked for many many years and had done well. But I was at a point where been so many changes in my life last year I go to. First, and then I was a bit like lost as opposed to gonna gun which direction I was going to go in. So I actually decided to go in, go inside in January, stoke attempting attempting trying so hard and just enjoy just enjoy whatever cuts may soil. I did not. She do any work. I didn't get online. I did. The things would just fill me with joy, which was on my started. I decided to go in a join us singing group. I then was cooking. 'cause I actually love cooking. I was watching notes of movies on TV shows, which I absolutely love to. And then I decided to join an acting group as well in the town that I'm in. And I realized that I just been putting off everything like things that really were calling me because I felt that didn't have enough time.
Elon Musk Apologizes for Calling Thai Cave Rescuer a Pedophile
"Soda at city restaurants if an accompanying adult orders, the drink, for them consumer groups Baltimore is now the biggest US city and the first on the east coast to pass this kind of major corresponded Dennis Crowley California. Cities and Lafayette Colorado. Heaven acted similar ordinances Philadelphia's tax on soda and other sweetened drinks. Was upheld on Wednesday when the state's highest court rejected a challenge by merchants in the beverage industry springboard, ruled the one point, five percent per. Outs Levy is legal this. Is townhall dot com Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has, apologized for calling a British diver involved in Thailand a cave rescue a pedophile musk. Says his words were spoken in, anger after Unsworth in a TV into had achieved the tesla. Founder and SpaceX engineers of orchestrating appeared, stunned by sending a. Small submarine to help divers rescue the child ties soccer players and their coach from. A flooded cave Musk's Sunday tweet later deleted. Sent investors away from Tesla's stock which fell nearly, three percent, Monday but recovered four point one percent on Tuesday Unser told CNN Aaliyah this week that he was considering legal action I'm Zaria shackling draw boys soccer coach. Who were rescued from. The flooded cave and northern Thailand have recounted the drama of their. Ordeal to reporters when British divers found him one of the boys recalled they did not think it was, real more of these, stories at townhall. Dot com I'm.
"unser" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The championship or the five hundred for bobby unser that year actually the he seventy two car had a had a super super good record because it would have should have said on the poll every race that ran that year in fact every place that it qualified broker record it was a new record boom boom boom all year long and the car was just the car was just to beatable josh beatable so didn't make any difference it was the record we won four races well tell everybody we won every race we finished unfortunately we didn't finish all the races and that hurt us pretty bad because our reliability was too good the car was so fast that it would just breaking pretty often i'll engine problems that guy i don't even think i ever wreck that car and it and it was just sacha fun fun fun era to drive because no matter what it set new records and no matter what if it finished it's going to win the race nobody could beat that car all year and it was just so much fun to drive and then all the eagles after that we're like little eaglets they got reborn slight minor changes basically the same mhm car basically the same answers always fasht always just fly ego used to fly bobby unser still won four of the nine races on the usa championship trail he participated in but wound up eight in the title hunt al was fourth and backed up his two consecutive indianapolis five hundred wins with a second in one thousand nine hundred seventy two which is tied for the best finish in the five hundred over a three year period nineteen seventythree was a tough year for the brothers on the track bobby was twelfth in the final standings and al thirteenth and neither finished the five hundred but bobby bounce back in nineteen seventy four to win his second national championship and in nineteen seventy five he was in the right place at the right time when the rains came at i m s this race good welby stopped there comes the rain heavily we're watching padva dan the yellow is out we're going to wait to make it official if he's now it's pouring down rain that's gonna be it and bobby unser from albuquerque new mexico may have whether the.
"unser" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Easiest instantly could got pregnant because it's on digested proteins and the proteins are what caused are causing allergies this at an op proteins as well as other restorative alpe jin that normally wouldn't get in kenton bloodstream shall we say if the gut barrier with intact and uh we've known like i didn't in practice since the 1980s and you know we used to just call this imbalance in the gut tan dido rate as there weren't the study though it on it dan then and only but we always noted that people with greece got imbalances also commonly had irritability or give prussia and orange diety or confused thing but it was just more uh observational back then now uh we're looking at the influence on these the probiotics these lonely creatures that we didn't think we're very important prior you know prior to the recent or five years studies coming out but profoundly how they affect dementia and anxiety and depression and how there is a direct link with the gut and the brain cells knitting information dr jensen we need to take a break and when we come back i want to ask you about neurotransmitters in the brain such as gaba unser telling and people as maybe herta's dopamine getting that dopamine hit uh so there's excuse me excited tori as well as inhibitory neurotransmitter that either bring you up for uh make you com uh you know excite you or on or a make you a relaxed so we'll talk about those and how the uh the three brains have an effect on that my guest is dr karen jensen the author of.
"unser" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"For a second that's right i just said it guess what marijuana is federally illegal it is a schedule one draw no yeah i know i know four shame i said it listen i don't care if you smoke marijuana frankly whatever as long as you not hurting somebody you're not out getting high and drive and do whatever you wanna do you know whatever makes freak flag fly go for it do it in your house right alaska for a long time had decriminalize marijuana under the raven decision in the '70s right i mean so this is this is a big thing that set up for me and this is why a lot of the pop people are not happy with me because i kept saying to them why would you want the government come in attacks him regularly you is if you know when you get this from a lot of libertarian a terry unser like oh it's our liberty it's alright and i'm like uh are you supposed to be like the anti government like limited government party but half of the party was totally all about wanting the government to come in and tax and regulate them and i'm like oh okay let's confusing but the other half was like uh no they didn't support the ballot proposition because again they didn't want the government coming into acts and regulate them so it was really interesting a win this ballot proposition went through it was very interesting for me to go and speak to libertarian party because that's right i go outside of my party and talk to everybody um they're maybe not green party there are a little out there but anyway so it's always interesting to watch but i kept telling people listen you can't put the.
"unser" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Starts now the laura ingraham show the vote in the news donald trump now makes history twelve circuit court judges have been confirmed in his first year in office that is a records never happened before the federal circuit court of appeals are the level right below supreme court feeding into the supreme court so cases that are appealed from the federal court of appeals go to the court if they are accepted unser schori i clerked on the second circuit court of appeals in manhattan lower manhattan and he has just put op exemplary candidate judicial candidate nominee after exemplary nominee on the federal courts and mitch mcconnell deserves an enormous amount of credit the four ushering those candidates through it doesn't mean there haven't been a few hiccups along the way and that that the democrats are making hay out of this and there was one particularly in embarrassingly example yesterday which i mean look if we were the democrats would be thrilled you have to find any glimmer of hope anywhere you can find it and the resistance needs to be fed they need to be fed morsels of hope along the way you got a booming economy of twelve circuit court judges trump is going to i think refashioned the judiciary thank the good lord because clinton and obama nominees appointees are destroying the rule of law as we've seen with those ridiculous rulings on any on the travel ban so so he he's he's done phenomenal job inmates him amazing opponent now these people in a lot of them i happen to know but that's not with a great they're great because their whole part of her but a lot of them are clerked for justice thomas justice scalia are are practitioners or professors who are highly highly highly thought of and there are traditionally conservative they're not going to make up law on the bench you know that they're not going to treat themselves a super legislators are going to respect the constitutional norms and the constitutional boundaries of of the of the judiciary however there are some key occasions in which the every administration makes mistakes on the lower courts especially the federal district court judge ships that are are numerous across the country that you do have to fill all right and in the district of columbia there's a federal district court date of district of columbia and they nominated an individual raymond will tell a math peterson now.
"unser" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"They probably weren't unser would actually is the agreement how if the missiles a to remain in place how can they both live with it i think they can about the key thing is that to first of all days north grew this south koreans will naughty greece than ondrove eventual batteries and presence own away and it certainly you're absolutely right is the key thing is that if you discussing though 3s are how strange it is that it did talk about an agreement that really doesn't reflects this perceived sense of phrase from north korea because the south koreans of agreed not to increase the number of measles the point and as i say they will she agree did not to join any sort of larger network system of ballistic missile defence with the americans are the japanese and which which which would suggested that other they got something else in return into the chinese came to leave it on that promise oh very simply a day were in the seat which aware would he could do very little because they're the economy has been suffering who quite considerably loss cheer and that's across the boards yeah just very quickly before we go coast donald trump is about to arrive in the region and i wonder how significant that was in terms of getting an agreement in place driving a wedge perhaps as you say well i think it was were involved in the sense and if the south koreans wanted to achieve anything from china and with the new that yet but that's bluntly to have happened of being on the table any way uh it was very important for them to sort that out before the visit if president trump so do they even if they had been use which the united states this could be.
"unser" Discussed on Inc. Uncensored
"There was this one little fly the team through tutu ended the beginning of the movie and then guess if you're like me you're a little tired of power point at this stage i think we've all been stuck in those files for too long and sat in too many meetings where people relies too heavily on powerpoint and increasingly i see people turning to present as an alternative it is the interactive presentation platform that makes it easy to pull everett with your team and deliver stunning presentation to plo like colors this year a major university study found that phrase these intuitive levelled butler and was three to de more organized intriguing and wages and slide to quit taught point youth privy to make a lasting impact with declined loss on for a limited time get a to leak pretrial plus an exclusive design pak than a free book county sign up for an account at razzie dot com slash are s p r e s e r dot com slash unser offer good through december two thousand seventeen let's let's move on to our like buttons a quick hit on something we saw this week that we liked emily what's up well it's halloween nigerian starbucks is releasing a new flavored drink a goddamn yup garrity folks uh this one has brains um if there's hurt him so that it without animals but frappuccino is with brain yeah it's a it's a drink it's azzam be frappuccino over as thrill list called it the uh unicorn frap from the dead and it's the same kind of thing like a swirl of colors it's got some green apple and narrates scott some chocolate i don't think it contains any coffee but it does have pink whipped cream brains your mouth using air quotes and a drizzle of blood red aarp sorry.
"unser" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"How are you welcome to vegas where near your neck of the woods what's happened unser you're kotra clo hey listen i just wanted to comment on on a couple of things i'm really happy that george w bush came out and spoke i mean look really good that he decided eight year later during a republican presidency to express how he feel i want to stay planet the entire time the obama administration lately harass our economy i got you know it disgusts me i feel like a need to pull them i thought of my back in it but the good thing is we know who years we noted colors and even establishment guy and they're scared to death if he's actually out there speaking now they're scared so he's got to get up for the establishment and i wanted to hear what your comment gore no hurt some of them but uh what are your thoughts i think there's an old way of doing these things and he's used to the old way trump is a a straight talking iconoclastic you know he's not a fit the mold politician his policies are decidedly conservative his views on the economy or reaganesque his views on government intervention in healthcare are or reaganesque they are he's a traditional conservative i don't think any of us actually saw it because it involved ever so slowly but we began to hear politicians say the right things invoke reagan regularly but their heart was far from reagan and they never want an actually do those things that they were talking about healthcare is just one example that's why shouldn't be hard to advance that agenda like the president's trying to advance on the economy i mean that should be an easy do and unfortunately the republican party lacks identity they lacked vision they lack courage they lacked principles and as far as immigration it's just you know i've been download the border twelve times i'm sorry i just have a different viewpoint when you see warehouses full of drugs that our aim for our children and our families in our communities.
"unser" Discussed on KOIL
"How are you welcome to vegas where near your neck of the woods what's happened unser you're quote unquote lip and i just wanted to kind of comment on on a couple of things i'm really happy that w bush came out spoke i mean it's really good decided eight year later during a republican presidency to express how he feel i want to stay on at the entire time the obama administration completely harassed our economy um i i you know it disgusts me i feel like a need to pull the knife out of my back in it but the good thing we know who he is we know his colors and even the establishment guy and they're scared to death if he's actually out there eeking now they're scared so he's got to get up for the establishment and i and i to hear what you're comical or no hurt some of them but uh what are your thoughts i think there's an old way of doing these things and he's used to the old way trump is a a straight talking iconoclastic you know he's not a fit the mold politician his policies are this thirdly conservative his views on the economy or reaganesque his views on government intervention in healthcare are or reaganesque they are he's a traditional conservative i don't think any of us actually saw it because it involved ever so slowly but we began to hear politicians say the right things invoke reagan regularly but their heart was far from reagan and they never want an actually do those things that they were talking about healthcare is just one example that's why shouldn't be hard to advance that agenda like the president's trying to advance on the economy i mean that should be an easy do and unfortunately the republican party lacks identity they lacked vision they lack courage they lacked principles and as far as immigration it's just you know i've been down at the border twelve times i'm sorry i just have a different viewpoint when you see warehouses pull of drugs that our aim for our children and our families in our communities.
"unser" Discussed on KTRH
"How are you welcome to vegas where near your neck of the woods what's happened unser you're closer close hey listen i just wanted to kind of comment on uh on a couple of things i'm really happy that george w bush came out and spoke i mean it's really good that decided eight years later during a republican presidency to express how he feel i want to stay on at the entire time the obama administration completely harass our economy i am i just you know it disgusts me i feel like i need to pull them i thought of my back in it but the good thing is we know who years we know his colors and he's an establishment guy and they're scared to death if he's actually out there speaking now they're scared so he's got to get up for the establishment and i didn't hear what your common core and i heard some of them but uh what are your thoughts i i think there's an old way of doing these things and he's used to the old way trump is a a straight talking iconoclastic you know he's not a fit the mold politician his policies are decidedly conservative his view on the economy or reaganesque his views on government intervention in healthcare or or reaganesque they are he's a traditional conservative i don't think any of us actually saw it because it involved ever so slowly but we began to hear politicians say the right things invoke reagan regularly but their heart was far from reagan and they never want an actually do those things that they were talking about healthcare is just one example that's why it shouldn't be hard to advance that agenda like the president's trying to advance on the economy i mean that should be an easy do and unfortunately the republican party lacks identity they lacked vision they lack courage they lacked principles and as far as immigration it's just you know i've been download the border twelve times i'm sorry i just have a different viewpoint when you see warehouses full of drugs that our aim for our children and our families and our communities and.
"unser" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"8008489222 another great study unser cumin helping to reduce triglycerides in obese individuals this is terrific because he knows strict cumin has got some great antiinflammatory inflammatory gritted yachts are the capacity we know that are also has some terrific research behind sing is benefit against a variety of cancers this placebocontrolled randomized doubleblind study of obese individuals sir cumin two to three times day showed a significant crop in triglycerides it's there were using bagram where so a day of sugar our human my side comment here is that you want it takes for cumin not you know just curry or tumor it because you want to know exactly how many milligrams of securing you're getting so for a lot of people to try different things and they come in with either the tumor it or the curry extract i'd rather know that you're getting three hundred or six hundred or nine hundred milligrams of ser cumin every day so because afterward the research describes so it's not the tumor has all the activities district human so that's where we talk about it specifically okay one 800848wabc one 8008489222 now danny we could talk about strict cumin as well because it's one of my favorite things and we put patients on that i think at uh as one of my favorites you you definitely i he played you use a lot uh we have it in your office and shirk human has been around for a long time it's kind of a we're having a renaissance to cirque in the research is coming out again for some reason it coming back to the surface so you're seeing a lot more article but you've been using it for years and you're prayer there's a lot of fantastic information about house cumin really does help protect against free radical damage inflammation uh there's some research that shows may even help with goldwater function digestion cholesterol level you know and circulation of blood vessel help and again this is a herb that's been around for many many years but again this is another case where what product what company what version matters because the room search is on a high end form of circum in like the type that you use and it's very important that again we stress ulcer humans are knocked created equal and like the rest of your product this product is tested when it comes in the room material tested at encapsulated blended at every step the product is tested to ensure.
"unser" Discussed on Popcorn with Mitchell Davis and Jack Ferry
"Yeah like it's like her friend is now her parents for an and she fucking hates at seattle of that so great she plays that sort of amnesty teens so perfectly and that's when they get fed up and they finally call on whom they need to call no that's actually a true what because they come up stairs they find the model they bring the modelled unser's and they realize we need to do like a like a say on the name no wait a on ways no no the snake the snake bit though oh yeah that was before the say on you have a dating some and builders vowed today has been beetlejuice just come up i don't remember it's on him oh bar barb summoned him oh you're why barth was like fuck this beetlejuice fatal just beetlejuice and all of a sudden as the chip that is right that's right that's right bad for correcting and as everyone's running the handroll turned into a snake and that is when i took in my notes in the first few times i wanted it it's win the movie gets fucking scary as are fine as a kid those are the parts that i always skipped it was that in the scene where they are in the dress is falling apart earned their wedding close falling apart level ooh gag because they feel they are he turns into bilges turns into a terrifying a rattlesnake create minister of himself yeah and he he drops he also drops a little infamy information about how he once the daughter early on their the daddy says you're for your daughter and her daughter yeah i was wondering what was the deal with that because i feel like.
"unser" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Describe her base actually get involved with without call the marketing of the subscription model i made or is it a consultancy how deeply do you get involved with with the process of pushing or go to market unser subscriber basis so once we build you a car it's a affectively the clients responsibility to acquire customers or or market we are agencies are strategic partners but we can refer but that really not part of our offer to really it's a platform that you're selling a scalable model for you i would imagine because it applies to many businesses in this is a very attractive model again because you creating something that is durable and and look for pml to knows you're gonna of us are now the historically there some metrics around attrition and i know there's there are ways that too that we think about wreck recurring revenue models were slightly different so other averages about like let's say some one's listening somewhere across our affiliates and they've got a product that they like to sell what's the holiday's sake the attrition sort of metric orders were an averaging that do you like to talk about in terms of the you know weather's vis kind of model will fit and be a success i emphasize who the complicated as a question but i think you know where i'm going this attrition piece yeah so there trip pieces um that at a business you'd want to look at the first would be the attrition right and you'd wanna model out what you're sumptious are four churn overtime and i will say that it not linear so you'd how your celery that attrition said early thicky ninety eight if that you're engaging with a.
"unser" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"To the tallest brickbuilding unser g thanks thanks john really appreciate that there was a six point two earthquake today in japan near fukushima remember that name that big earth that's where they had the the nuclear room right plant than they had the cenamas after the earthquake that's right there were stuff washing i was joining eleven or something like in california wasn't there supposedly the debris yeah came over and stuff there are people that believe nuclear waste came over to win it another they right to the show occasionally a nuclear waste washed up and the california shores all from that earthquake in 2011 maybe it did it just took years to get here might explains very odd looking at fish what about the nuclear waste they're going to bury it this and enough free beecher yeah when it going it's down there that'll be ugly here all we got more coming up john and ken kfi death remark has there's hurricane maria is now a category to storm that hit four to rico this morning is a category four in urban search and rescue team from the la county is on standby waiting to be deployed to help authorities in mexico city 225 people died in that quake is you've heard alex stone tell john and ken just a few minutes ago the colorado street bridge and pasadena we'll have walking patrols to help prevent suicides patrols will be nonstop through saturday morning frigate to check the five next do you know of an eighteen to thirty year old young woman out of control because of alcohol drugs or emotional problems get help from the teen project it was started by lorry burns a pioneering survivor of abuse herself the teen projects the only we have a silly focus.
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"Unser mcintosh with the bbc news hello police in the us city of charlottesville have charged a 20yearold man with murder following pitched battles fought between hundreds of white supremacists neo nazi sympathizers in those opposed to them the governor of the us state of the jinya terry mcauliffe said that he's only message for the white supremacists who vote chaos to charlottesville was to go home laura baker reports whites nationalists wanted to stage what they described as their largest rally in decades to take america back hundreds turned out in charlottesville including neonazis and members of the ku klux klan they clashed with counterprotest as armed police tried to get the city back under control but then a driver played three protests at speed killing one woman and injuring nineteen other people a 20yearold man has been arrested and charged with second degree murder president trump has been criticized by democrats and some republicans for failing to explicitly denounce farright extremists over the violence in charlottesville in brief remarks the president criticised intolerance on all sides we condemn in the strongest possible terms this green juice display of hatred bigotry and violence or militia when many shirts it has no place in america what is vile now is a swift restoration of law and order and the protection of innocent lives the senior democratic congresswoman nancy pelosi said this ignored the shameful reality of white supremacy terrorism in america and continued disturbing patten of complacency around acts of hatred a number of latin american countries including some of venezuela's severest critics have condemned president trump suggestion that he was considering military options in response to the situation in venezuela peru which expelled the venezuelan ambassador on friday called for dialogue go to seoul venezuela's deep political and social crisis two ministers with key roles in britain's exit from the european union have said the country will seek a timelimited transition to help businesses adjust but philip hammond liam fox said the transition count the back door to staying in.
"unser" Discussed on Science Friday
"That is you know when you need a very specific piece of information uh you know like uh who say the we're all in the gutter but some of our start looking at the stars which happens to be oscar wilde um so two unser those questions the internet is of course fantastic and it relieves us of that specific type of curiosity very very quickly however please note today it you know what we do and we do scientific research or big artistic projects were trying to nuke for unsers for questions to which we don't know the answers yet and that means that we cannot find those answers on the internet so what i think happened is that the technology has allowed us to get rid of those immediate specific curiosity types of things but it still allows us to continue to be at peace tim curley very very curious kd feel sorry for for people who are not really very curiously like you are uh i don't know if i feel sorry for them because i mean different people have different types of gwalior by using a joy i mean i can hear in your voice on and on my own life isn't enjoyment about being curious that i people may again i mean i i agree i agree it but they say most people are curious about something i mean they're level of curiosity may be somewhat different but you know you you gave that story about your friend of years that she is very interested in cranes in things um so you know she may be extremely curious about cranes so it oh you don't find debt particularly interesting but obviously she does have a somebody else may be extremely curious about neat cheer semionov philosopher or something like that and i don't find that interesting but i find it interesting that you may be carried that that it's good to be curious about.