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Newsradio 600 KOGO
"vinson" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"I'm ladonna Harvey the Super Bowl is coming up Sunday. Don't know if you know that. And it's over in Glendale, Arizona, just a bit up the road. It's going to feature a spectacular military flyover featuring some aircraft with ties to San Diego. Now joining us on the coco news lab line, Brian sunshine Sinclair of San Diego, a former F-18, carrier based fighter pilot with more than 20 years of naval aviation expert flying 33 different aircraft, 33. Yeah. Wow. Sunshine. Good morning. The Super Bowl flyover includes the new F-35 C fighter jet from the argonauts of strike fighter squadron VFA one 47. So they were most recently deployed with the San Diego based aircraft carrier USS Carl vinson on an 8 month deployment last year. Tell us a little bit about this aircraft and why it's so important. Thanks for having me. So yeah, the F-35 is the latest and greatest cutting edge technology for the U.S. U.S. inventory. So we call it the joint strike fighter, meaning it's used in both the air force and navy and the Marine Corps, it was introduced in 2015 and there are three different variants for each of the different services, if you will, and they come in at a cost about 90 million a piece. And it's known for its stealth capabilities. Yeah, it's also a multi role fighter, meaning it can shoot things out of the air. It can blow up things on the ground as well as gather intelligence. So it's really a one stop shopping and it's going to be the kind of cornerstone for the next probably 50 years. Could that shoot I don't know what Chinese surveillance balloon out of the air out of curiosity? Probably with one arm tied behind their back. Nice. So other aircraft in the Super Bowl flyover include two FA 18 F super hornets that Miramar air show fans are familiar with. And so are you, correct? I have a couple hours. Let's say a couple of years of experience in the F-18. So those F 18s, they showed up. They replaced the F-14 that you guys probably remember from the movie, the original movie Top Gun. Absolutely. So anyways, okay, cool. So it's the F-18. We consider it the workhorse of the navy. So it's been around since early 2000s. It's provided the backbone for what we call power projection. So launching off of aircraft carriers and asserting our dominance in areas. So how do you describe to people who don't know anything about it, what it's like to fly an aircraft like this, because this is not the southwest jet that I boarded a couple of weeks ago to fly to Phoenix. No, it's a little more dynamic to steal someone else's quote. It's like being strapped to a dragon. So this engineering marvel produces an amazing amount of thrust as you can imagine. And you're only limited by your imagination. Let me say in the way you can fly it. So what do you imagine it's going to be like for the pilots and the Super Bowl flyover with a packed stadium of fans and millions of people watching. They're going to be focused on their timing. So as you can imagine, this four aircraft formation is going to fly over just as Chris Stapleton finishes the national anthem and they are going to just be the professionals that they've been trained to be. They're going to show up at the exact time and the exact location. And I think it's just going to be epic and just to heads up for you guys and the listeners that those four claims flying overhead are going to be worth about $350 million. So that's just amazing, amazing. I think symbol of military might. I'm nervous driving a $70,000 Corvette and mostly because of other people, but that's another story entirely. How do you keep that out of your head when you're flying? You have to compartmentalize. You have to trust in yourself and your procedures and your training really. And it becomes in a good way mechanical because of the training that you do over and over. It's all about sets and reps and you just continue to strive to be the best pilot you can. All right, Brian, sunshine, Sinclair, joining us. Boy, it is going to be quite a show and thank you for your insight this morning. Yes, sir, my pleasure. Have a great day. For dad Garcia and San Diego's morning news, I'm ladonna Harvey. The hit true crime podcast paper ghosts is back with a brand new case. Season three digs deep into the 1992 cold case murder of Tammy Joseph wiki, a New Jersey
The Lowe Post
"vinson" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"You and you take a 103s every day and how are you day one versus day 100? I like this idea Andrew Lopez. I think we'll pitch this. I'm sure Fred vinson has a lot of time to spare to just turn you into a big three point shooter. Yeah, the Fred vinson who is now working with Athena like everybody on the team with their shot. He mentioned Brandon mentioning yesterday him and herber in there at 7 o'clock in the morning before oh, more herd propaganda herb does not go home ever. We asked her if he had caught any fish this year, he's like, yeah, I went out one day, I didn't catch any fish and were like, that was like one day, like that was it. Larry Nance was offering to pay for vacations for her Jones because herb Jones would not leave the gym. Or her Jones problem. Herb Jones, that's great, man. Go see Paris or something. Like go live a little herb Jones. I like it. I like the fact that your arms are so long that they almost from three point range, you can just put the ball into the basket without throwing it. Like you should be a little better three point shooter just because of your arms, but go see Rome, go see the coliseum. Go have some tapas in Barcelona. Go do something. Quote, I don't take many trips. That's a quote from her job. Take a trip, my man. Take a trip, live a little. Have CJ. Tell you where the good wines are in nappa or something. Dyson, I think when you're as dice and continues to grow and you can put Dyson in some of those lineups with herb. I think that's their kind of vision you have two very good plus defenders on the wing. Obviously we're going to take some time before we see dice and do that, but Dyson does look like the guy who can be special and I think he takes somebody's spot by December and again that's that was the Lakers pick. That was a top ten protected pick that they were sending in to Memphis in that and they get the pick. I don't think anybody thought that they were going to have a lottery Lakers picked this early and now they basically are adding Dyson and Zion to everybody who played minutes last year. The Lakers, they de trade has already yielded the number four pick which they could have been Deandre hunter or Darius Garland and they flipped into 8 and 16 or whatever it was. And number 8. Two top 8 picks out of that AD trade already. And Jackson Hayes, the action haze was at 8 pick and Nikhil and now he may be in kiel was the other one and now we'll see where Jackson is at this rotation because I think, you know, is he here for? Is he your backup for? And you're going four nand men. I mean, again, you just get into positional well, he and he and you can do a lot of things. He and even Kyra Lewis, people are still interested in them as sort of second draft guys around the league like at the trade deadline or people are other teams are monitoring them. Especially kaira Lewis has been forgotten him at his knee injuries. People are still intrigued by him. Like I'll wrap by saying this. If I'm imaginary Lakers fan like hers, like hers, if I'm that guy making the L and bringing the signs to the game. Like ours. And I'm like, man, we gotta get into the top 6. What's our path to the top 6? Well, I mean clippers, they're awesome warriors awesome. Denver awesome. Phoenix seems a little crazy right now, but we'll pencil them in S four. Dallas, Minnesota Memphis, I know they're gonna be good. Like even if they slip a little bit, they're still gonna be really good. And they have the upside of exceeding at least one of those teams that I just mentioned in the top four. That's 7. Plant match is getting tight for my Lake or so, oh my God, like a LeBron at age 37 that's getting a little tight. We're gonna be in the play in again. Well, at least we're 7th will have home court, which means, you know, we're just one of those teams slipping up away and us staying healthy away from being 6 5th, we're cool. If I'm looking in the rearview and there's one team that I'm worried about, it's not Portland, it's not Sacramento, which is one team I'm worried about like, man, they just might be better than us. It's the pelicans. I think the pelicans, if they could just make this the 18th best defense, which they were last year, didn't have Zion, didn't have Zion who's been a big net negative on defense, but they could just make this 18th, 17th on defense. I think they could sniff 47 48 49 wins and make a world a hurt for all those Western Conference teams trying to get out of the play in. I think when we did our ESPN, like wind predictions, whatever it was, like, a month ago. I think I think I penciled them in again at 48. I think I was where I landed. But I think I still had them 7th. I think it was just I was looking for winds. Maybe Minnesota is going to fall, but again, going back to, this was a team that played at a 44 win pace in all of
The Lowe Post
"vinson" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"A little bit trickier. Yeah, a CJ Brandon Zion KD lineup would be fun to watch, but I think from New Orleans perspective they want to try to grow this the way they have been growing and once you through CJ into that to kind of help bring a little bit of leadership off the court, you kind of follow Brandon's lead on the court. And then you throw in a healthy Z and we'll see what happens. I think the healthy Z is kind of obviously the key to this because if they are healthy, even with him, I could see them making the jump into the top 6. If they can get if they can get just a little bit more from me, if herb can guard two players at once, that also helps. I think he can, by the way, if those players are within 30 feet of each other, I think he actually can. And I think another thing about her, you pointed out his three point shooting Fred vinson there assistant coach has been was incredible with him. He was the one who helped also got helped fix Lonzo shot, changing it from left to right. It's also one of the reasons I think that they felt comfortable taking a Dyson Daniels at 8. Despite the shooting numbers that he had in the G of the last year, they like the form, even his free throw his free throw numbers weren't great. But the raw tools are there and because they have a guy like Fred Vincent right there, they feel comfortable with that. So they feel comfortable about what they are what they are building down here and if the price becomes too high for four KD, they're cool running it with this group and trying to make a push for home court in the west. Fun times, Andrew Lopez, you do a tremendous job on TV on podcasts and writing with news covering this team in this market. Double lock your doors because the king cake baby is going to be listening to this and I'm going to triple lock my doors because the king cake baby. I think can transcend space and time if he needs to get up to the northeast instantaneously to haunt me. It's just imagine if you open up your curtain in the morning and just at your window was the king cake baby so I'm gonna go take a nap after this and now I'm not, I'm gonna go sit in a room where I can see all windows and doors at the same time. Thanks. Andrew Lopez, thank you, sir. Thank you.
CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"vinson" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"Matchup from that weekend. At the bottom of this though, you go, final thought. The USS Carl vinson is, again, the aircraft carrier of the United States used to bury Osama bin Laden's body at sea. And Tom izzo and I got into a conversation about that fact and this game, when we spent three days traveling together in early July. Izzo was funny talking about how we agreed to play North Carolina before he knew Harrison Barnes, John Henson, and Tyler zeller would return to school. And the Michigan state coach remembered where he was when you heard the news. I was driving, as I said, I almost drove into a tree. Bottom line is our noses outmanned here. He likes his team, but he's not stupid. Quote, if the tar heels play well in that game, nobody will have to dump my body off that ship as I said with the laugh. I might just jump off to your point about talking with this. He's always self deprecating there. So yeah. That was a good Carolina. It's forgotten all these years later, but that Carolina team was considered national championship. That's the one that, if I got this right, Kindle Marshall got hurt. Think so, yes, yes. They would have been, I think, a real threat. They would have been a real threat to Kentucky because they played Kentucky in early December, it's wild. I remember this. As I watched it from a bar in New Orleans. Went to New Orleans for watch the throne tour. And it was that Saturday night and watch Kentucky North Carolina from a bar in New Orleans that afternoon. And then Carolina went on to be really good. They like, I think they lost by a point. I want Anthony Davis had a big block at the Ian maybe. Or I could be making that up. Either way, it was like, man, this Carolina team, they might be able to knock off Kentucky in this tournament, and then if I remember correctly, Kendall Marshall got hurt and then that was that. All right, a couple of things on this game on the aircraft carrier, which is probably going to happen. First of all, your column from that night, you go through all this. I'm looking at this thing, man. This can't be more than 650 words. God bless you. That's what the people want. That's what the people want. Bless you. That's what the middle of this was the night perfect. No. The logo at the center court nearly cost Michigan state sprint and Dawson a torn ACL. I forgot that I remembered that. Those things are slippery and dangerous. They need to go away. Paris. They mostly kind of have at least that possibility. But you also tweeted that night. There have been questions about whether the wind would play a role tonight. I've talked to both sides. Yes, they absolutely believe it will. And then you said, I'm told the lights are also an issue when it gets dark. From certain spots in the court, you're blinded when you pull up for it. So with all of that, as prelude to this game, which is in talks to be played again on Veterans Day of this year, 1111 22 should college basketball return to this era. You know, there were a couple more of these, including one, was it was it marquette Georgetown off the coast of South Carolina that got couldn't get finished. The court was just way too slippery. The condensation on the debt. Now that was the east coast, maybe the West Coast, it's not as bad. There's plenty of people that say, you don't need to do this. Personally, I say why the hell not? Give it a go. Just give it a go. Do it again. This isn't amazing visual? If you can do it, why not? I'm more for trying things that are fun. This has failed in the past. No doubt about it, and the elements could come into play there. But I'm in. I want him to do it. I think they're going to make this happen. It's not official yet, but they are working behind the scenes to get it done, and I'm told that ESPN would be the broadcast partner, which is normally the case. They normally air something Veterans Day related at some sort of base. It just hasn't been on a carrier in a decade. Should they do this? I'd be trying to play a game on an aircraft carrier or are they overthinking this and just should be scheduling a home at home and this year in east Lansing and next year in Spokane. I always prefer home and homes. So I would vote for that. I always prefer home and homes. Take it to the kennel, take it to the breslin center, that would be awesome. I prefer that. You know, if this means something to them and they want to because I do remember that being a thing, being able to play in front of people who are serving our country to give them some sort of basketball gift, like that mattered to the people involved, and I guess the people involved would have been Roy Williams and Tom is the last time. It mattered to them on some level. And so if it matters to mark and it matters to Tom, who am I, who am I to say that it shouldn't? I don't personally need it. There hasn't been a single, I look back on that trip. It's funny. This is a lot like a vacation, I guess. You know, while you're on vacation, it's like, especially with kids. It gets stressful. There are stressful moments. Like vacations with kids are. Stressful periods of time with little flashes of awesomeness. That's what a vacation with a kid is. But when you look back on it, you don't remember that you just remember everybody having a good time. And you remember, you know, the beautiful things you saw are the fun things you did. And I guess this aircraft carrier game in 2011 is similar that similar to that. For me, I've been asked about that, you know, randomly, you know, over the past decade. And I always go, oh man, that was awesome. You know, Brock and Michelle are there. It was beautiful, like the scene was just great. I didn't remember all the stress that you brought up via Twitter connected to. Yes, you didn't remember that. I thought the first one that I brought up you were gonna be like, I'm ready. Let me relive this thing. I did not. I didn't remember it. Paris, literally. For two hours, college basketball Twitter was wondering if you were going to be able to be able to make because there was a genuine concern that it's the Secret Service, like they're not going to let you on the ship. You're not going to make it in time, but also I didn't follow. I do remember this. They sent instructions. Like, hey, we need to have your laptop on the ship. By noon. I blew that like completely. And so it was like, am I even going to be able to take up my computer on the ship? That was unclear. So I remember, I remember it all Mao, but if you would have asked me two hours ago, you were at the aircraft carrier game in San Diego. What do you remember about that? I would have never gotten to, oh my God, it was the most stressful cab situation ever trying to get to the aircraft. That would have not popped into my head. So I remember that day that game, all of it fondly, but I've never once, this was my point, said, man, I'd like to do that again, or we need to do that again. So I don't need it. But it can get complicated. Although I would assume, if we've gotten rid of echo phone over the past decade and lockers, we could probably figure out how to keep condensation off of the court, you know? Maybe. Seriously though, this has to be figured out. Well, you have to figure you have to know, listen, I'm not overstating this. If you schedule this game, you get 13 minutes into the first half and you make a mockery of the entire sport. That's exactly right. You can not, you have to absolutely make sure that you can play the entire game without a court slipping or someone being blinded by the lights. Trying to shoot a jumper with two minutes ago in the game. Can't have that. Right. Yeah, like I don't need this, but if Tom and Mark want to do it and it's doable, it will make for a really beautiful scene.
EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast
"vinson" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast
"Golly, you know, Charlie and I were both pilot astronauts. And of course, if there are malfunctions, the commander and the pilot are the ones that are going to have to manage it during launch. And it's only 8 and a half minutes long. And there are some malfunctions like a navigation error. If you don't correct it within ten seconds, you're out of control. And that would be the end of the vehicle. So things can be a little bit tense. We trained for disasters in the simulator. And I'll never forget my first launch. You know, I'm sitting there to jump on the switches and fix things and execute the malfunction procedures. And we blast it all the way to launch and we got to cut off and we hadn't had any problems at all. And I got this gigantic smile on my face. I said, wow, that was fun. Let's go back and do that again. So I did. Remember we had the one GPC switch procedure that if we needed to stop everything right before lift off, we could throw that thing off, right? Oh, yes. Yes. Because once you get inside a 31 seconds it went on internal control and it was going to go. And if we needed to do something, that was our way out. But if you asked a question what it's like, what it feels like if you were to take the chair you're sitting in and tip it over on the floor and lay in it with your back to the floor. Imagine a giant hand just reaching in and accelerating you through the ceiling. But that push continues for 8 and a half minutes. It's just a relentless push in the back. It's very impressive. It resembles a catapult launch off an aircraft carrier. And oh, that's right. You never had any of those. Here we go. It resembles your imagined. Just think about this. You have to take an airplane on a boat to go fly. Where I flew we had golf courses on the base. You know, we'd go fly a couple times and then go play golf. I don't care what these navy guys saw in that. Yeah, yeah, they go fly a fam flight in the morning. And then hit the golf course and then hit the officers club and we were flying just like you guys. Every night. It was not like that. I spent an evening on the Carl vinson as an orientation. And all night long you could hear the hissing and the steam machinery going and the airplane's banging on the deck and it's like, God, how does anybody ever sleep in this thing? You don't. You don't sleep is at.
The Lowe Post
"vinson" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"And I think we talk a lot about it, heat culture, obviously. And everything. So I forgot the hashtag. And everything they do in terms of fitness from that standpoint. But I don't think they've gotten enough credit for developing shooters. And the two shooting coaches in the league that everyone knows are chipping and obviously in San Antonio, it's kind of the goat in that regard. And then Fred vinson in New Orleans, who was a big factor in Brandon Ingram and Lonzo Ball improving their shots, the last couple years, but rob fodor in Miami. I got to know him a few years ago, but he's spent a year as an assistant coach for the storm in the WNBA here. I think he deserved a lot of credit for the way that those guys have transformed their shots and become useful contributors off the bench. I assume he rebuilt two birds shot, which was absolutely broken until a few years ago in Seattle. She needed this coaching this bit of coaching to prolong her illustrious career. Yeah. Gotta take all the credit for that, certainly. You want my hottest heat take? Go for it. I like the ransom note jerseys that everyone hates on. I like them and I don't care that people hate them. I like the fact that the players can pick their own style of numbers on the back of their jerseys and I can too if I ever bondages, which I never would 'cause the point when I look foolish, walking around in it, can you imagine me on the beach in an NBA Jersey? No, thank you. I like them and I don't care that they're polarizing. They're not as bad as the Cleveland ones from last year. I'll give them credit for that. What were the Cleveland ones? Oh, they were ransomed. They were like The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ones. That's right. All right, mister pelton, what else can we what else can we pump? What you gotta comment, there's no mailbag coming up for the holidays. We got anything else coming? Yeah, this week is quiet. We'll see what sort of breaking news there is. But next week we're going to come back with the return of the golden basketball award for the player of the calendar year. I love that. I love that. I can't wait to see who that is. It's an interesting debate this year, because you've got the Olympics factored in guys, Steph has been the dominant factor in the second half of the season, but didn't play in the playoffs. It's a really interesting feel. I can't wait to read it, mister pelton. You do fantastic work, go crack in and I will see you soon. Thanks for having me, go cracking. All right. Let's change gears here and transition into Zack's amateur epidemiology, where we have an actual real scientist to talk to us about the oma crown variant,.
High and Mighty
"vinson" Discussed on High and Mighty
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"vinson" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy
"vinson" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy
"And i would have like the little bits of white spit in the corner of my mouth and i'd be staring like the big owl is at the camera and i wouldn't know what to do. So yeah so. What i would do. Here's here's my tit lynn. I really wanna make it work. I would take my phone my camera something. I'd set it up when i'm in an evaluation with a real patient. I would focus it on me so that. Sorry my buddies out there. So that when i'm talking to the other human i just happened to be recording that experience. That was the best thing that broke the ice for me. And then now i can talk to you. I can talk to this little black dot. I can talk to whoever i need to. Yeah that's the real way to do it right because when you get in a booth or you start sharing object like a camera on you're supposed to make a connection getting in just doing reps. How would you say to your friend. We used to tell is tell people all the time we'd have what's called liner cards in the radio studio right like just bullet points of information foo fighters or playing on friday. The website is. i'd say. Read whatever you were going to read them. Put face down and now explain it to your friend like your friend does it. That's a real way to do it and you do that with a patient is exactly the kind of reps that you need our. Let's go to vincent question. What are your explanation when getting into the profession in comparison to what are your expectations of being a pt. Today so it sounds like a time. Comparison you save. You've been doing this for awhile now. So expectations in the profession. in comparison. To what your expectations are today. Now that you've got some reps your belt. Yeah that that's a great question. I mean vincent. I followed him for years now. you know. I'm sure vinson kind of went through this with me So i got into this..
E-14 Podcast “The Sailor’s Voice”
"vinson" Discussed on E-14 Podcast “The Sailor’s Voice”
"You're solving problems for people at that point or or shined to assist them in solving their own problems. You know so. Just like intel work. You're gathering as much information as possible. In an making assessment that will provide the best outcome. So you know Ever since i was young. I always knew i like to help. I didn't really know what capacity than a help but you know ever since out twelve thirteen years old. I've always enjoyed helping others. So i figured might as well pursue a degree in do something that i love to do. You know it's so crazy. And i interrupt you because i know you're gonna ask the question but when you tell me that intel kind of is the same as social work. I feel the same with air. Traffic control now recruiting. Because i feel like it's the same You know you've got the people the plane's going around and you just gotta get them to the deck is the fastest most expeditious reproducible in for us. We've got people that want to join and you've gotta get them to maps and get him to boot camp the fastest most expeditious way possible. So i feel like it's the same in that aspect in in it's funny how you kind of drew from your intel experience in said all right. This is why. I'm a great social worker. This why social working works for me in my mind because it's like putting a puzzle together but in a different fashion. Yeah absolutely i think. That's transferable skills. Now i think that's what makes the military the best we we can transferable skills in jamie likes relate everything life air traffic control everything in life dancing air traffic. Taste my damn nick. You went to school dammit camera. I did yeah. Yeah do love that place man. I i wouldn't want go. Hey skiers. is there because you were working on weekends. As i student in monroe absolutely i will remember sitting there drinking beer in front of the barracks. See all these little eight schoolers. Isr's like saturday like eleven o'clock in the morning and they're like oh good school kids. I wasn't gonna do it. Had to do a as display or whatever you had to call. You'll had actually talk in front of everybody. Yeah if y you'll get these reasons. I it was. It was crazy. There's a lot of work for ya but to kids. you know. These are all twenty one in younger but have this pressure put on him. And i thought i a hard ice i was et. So i had a tough as go but we often the weekend. Thank goodness that yeah. We got lucky. You know maybe sunday would be an often. Maybe and that's if you you know. Busted your ass monday through saturday right because perception. I loved them. You probably hated debit. i yeah. It definitely sucked but in west virginia right now. I found out that the business was actually stationed in norfolk. And then when. I got when i got a you know even given my orders. Oh i'm in virginia. And then i was looking like shit. Oh we're we're actually going to say. This is great yeah. That's right when i when i knew the vince. When lincoln was bird back in the day. Back on you're probably still in grade school or junior or something. She was still like a seventh grader. I was on the lincoln and we pulled into the yard bremerton and it was pretty close to the The tra- Carl vinson back in the late nineties. I injuries as it is. It is but i'm curious like so you joined the navy deployment. So you get out in the eleven fifteen or fifteen for going to deployment levin get out and fifteen then you..
I Said No Gifts!
"vinson" Discussed on I Said No Gifts!
"Going to go back to her like no. I'm so glad spring on you. Now a i'll get i'll get back in touch with her and she's going to say she's only doing in person masculine exactly in a closet now and you have to meet me here and i constantly have covert. Yes so i'm i'm kind of free. Just emotionally freefalling. Currently but i feel like people are having some success with this sort of thing. Facetime therapy so i just need to get into it. You do and actually i. If you need help. I feel like i'm a really good therapist. Matchmaker janta because like someone will ask me for a therapist. A friend kind of know. And i'll be able to go through a directory Online that psychology today puts share in your area and i'll just look at their face and their bio and carry love this chick and i'll look out. That's what i need to get on that thing. And i just i said this to people before but i truly need like a therapist. That will to get me to a therapist of finding therapy right just little because i have certain psychological issues that they lied to me. Delaying pushed putting things off share it. Yeah avoidance right exactly so. We need that special category of mental health assistance. That gets you into therapy. I think that we should start a matchmaking business for a yes yeah million dollars what are you looking for. What's your do. You have like a gender. Do you need them to be. I don't have a gender. I need somebody who is willing to kind of pry things out of me too. Yeah i'm not someone who's going to volunteer. I mean despite having a podcast yeah but in a clinical setting. I will just stare at the carpet for forty five minutes until i can leave. I need a conversation and to fill a majority of that otherwise not going especially in like the first month. I'm not right in. Who who are you telling you shit. Moving to minneapolis for all know. You're gonna break my heart. Yeah those training wheels at least initially to just let me open up because five years into a relationship and i'm still not sharing all of my feelings. I'm not going to do that with the doctor. Me neither just like vinson. Air seven years together and i'm like how am i just figured out how to talk to you about like this psychological thing. Wow this is how people stay together for a long time..
Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill
"vinson" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill
"But what's really striking about what we're seeing now. And actually the negotiation process that has been underway between the united states government and the taliban in doha for the better part of ten years. Now is that there was an opportunity to have that kind of negotiation in the first months after the invasion of afghanistan in october two thousand and wine and the response of the united states to that was we don't negotiate with terrorists. And so you know what's happening now is really painful to watch on a lot of levels. One reason that it's painful to watch is that tens of thousands of people have died. Who did not need to die in this war and that's not even speaking about the other kinds of damage the billions of dollars that have been spent. We have this military. We have this giant defense infrastructure that the people who are involved in that world and then that infrastructure and there are many of them need to fill relevant. They need to justify the gigantic budget that we have for these kinds of operations and for our military and it just it feels so wasteful and heartbreaking To think that this was this was kind of really a chance for people to spend money and play with their toys. Essentially you know if you have a lot of guns and you don't use them. What are they good for. When i first went to afghanistan in two thousand and two i was i was a young reporter and it was my really my first time. I had been in pakistan the previous year. But i was living in the region but it was my first time covering a conflict and the thing that has released stayed with me. Is that the way interviews are conducted in. Afghanistan is often especially for someone new to the story as i was then. There's a lot of history so you sit with people for a very long time and you hear what's happened to them and how. Their families have fared over successive wars. So they talk about. What happened when the soviets were there and they talk about what happened during the mujahedeen era. They talk about what happened. When taliban came to power in the nineties and held power for a number of years and they talk about what happened when the taliban fell and where they were and then they talk about what was happening at the time about sort of the us invasion and the us occupation the first wave fifty tomahawk cruise missiles like these fired from us and british ships and submarines twenty five warplanes off the aircraft carriers carl vinson and enterprise launched strikes from.
"vinson" Discussed on The Moratorium
"Yep yep all right well see. I mean just doing or no protocol for this. Should i think you definitely should at least dock and go in and look around milk yet so harvey till is what. We don't necessarily see his face until he gets off the ship. But and there's a little exchange my say an exchange the actual captain says. Yeah oh is that you. And i think he called. He calls them by name. But we don't know doesn't doesn't you know. We don't know that it's that guy actually harvey cocktails character. That he came out which they proceed to call him. They call him benson through the entire movie which was the guy he killed. That's his name. That's that's what i thought but in the credits it shows different. Oh okay vinson was a very popular. Tv show as home and rene version wall. Please mr dubois. So he mentioned to him in this little exchange that you weren't cleared for space travel are you weren't cleared to do any of these missions because of your mental instability. Oh okay so we know right off the bat. He's not bar if he's actually talking about the same person and cave row so in the locker room our captain actually takes what we find out later to be the brain of hector. Yeah you just got stored in his locker yes to with like cauliflower in it the to actually kind of looks like What pepsi and coke used to come in those containers before they went to the. Yeah yeah just the syrup. Yes so harvey cocktail kills the kills. The other guy jettison him out he basically ran through like one of those Potato mandolins slicer or like an egg. Slicer yeah yeah. I did not expect to see like blood and stuff so soon. Only five minutes in the movie are we to believe that he turned a ceramic because of the cold of space. I think it was just a cheap special effects but it did kind of looked like he was frozen and then right lie..
Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast
"vinson" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast
"Catch the guy that plays. I think he's title is the pay a president. Oh hell yes. Billy battering the fucker. That's billy motherfucker. Yes that's a real name. Frank vinson but lag els de on us as well dude that everybody man like. Yeah and he he. He's always kind of the same guy. But when you see emulate dude you are vm. Like i love. Paul cereno goodfellas. Like yeah that but this guy to me is like the prototypical mow the so rare like god come on. Give them a pencil moustache. Pinstripe suit already. he's also in Do the right thing as well to do the right thing like that out like it's now spike your way wants. Yeah so he's driving through and like that's a really hot day. Basically these these black like in this neighborhood of opened up a fire hydrant and it just like sprang water everywhere. Vincent's this has card liking. I like old water guys inside his convertible. It's and like obviously he blames because a black young then that shit but like it's a an alana stuff shannon realize. He passed away back in twenty seventeen. He's fucking eighty years old. Or i guess him popped up in loma stuff pasta. Yeah yeah You know how old robert. Patrick is a million now to do it i was. I was sitting there going. Okay so robert. Patrick has to be like you know. Because schwarzenegger's like seventy robert. Patrick has fucking sixty two as well. Like dude you're actually pretty young comparatively like celona. I guess he was like thirty when they made t to and arnold was like do fucking salons like fifty one like all these guys are like four hundred fifty. Like i think robert patrick. He's born in fifty eight so he would have been thirty when this came to he was my. He was younger than i am. This movie came out now. Now it's not fifty eight ninety eighty before. Sorry as i go. Wait a minute as holy shit. Robert patrick is younger than me. Go ahead dude. I almost had. Like what am i doing with my life. Dude.
Kinda Funny Games Daily
"vinson" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"La is changing its name to ripple effect studios announced today completing a rebranding that has been in the making for more than a year will be a new start for the former support studio as it sets out to develop a quote yet to be announced project and quote that will follow battlefield. Twenty one forty two. It will remain under the oversight of respond entertainments founder and group. Gm vinson pella with christian grass continuing his role a studio manager ripple effects new name which was chosen following a team. Vote is the latest in a long legacy of rebrand dating back to the late nineties. When ea i acquired dreamworks interactive dice. La was founded in the wake of the closure of danger close games which in turn was a rebranded version of ea los angeles since opening its doors in twenty thirteen dice. La has mainly provided support for various iterations of battlefield at the moment ripple effect is taking the lead. On one of battlefields. I want to say battlefront so badly. Battlefield twenty forty two's new modes which is set to be revealed at. Ea play later this month but behind. The scenes studio is staffing up aggressively as repairs to lead development of its own games. I'm jumping around this article by the way to just cutting some stuff out so obviously go support cats working gene if you want the full thing ripple effects rebranding has been in the works since at least january twenty twenty when zan pella who has taken a larger handed. Ea's as overall business since the successive apex legends told the los angeles times that the time had come to rethink dice. La's role quote. We want to give it a new image. He said at the time we want people to say. This is a destination you can go and make new content. Grass won't confirm one way or another whether ripple effect will continue making shooters but acknowledges that it's a studio comprised of shooter veterans. Who have been working on battlefield for a very long time quote so of course that of so of course what we want to do is tap into the ranks of the studio and kind of focus on that end quote. Tim take it to the bank. That ripple effect studios is making shooter. Oh yeah absolutely. There's no no question. Are you excited for. Are you excited for what they're going to get out to up to over there. Let me put it this way. I am excited with what. Ea has been building towards recently. Because you look at them when you look at respond. They're just fucking killing. It responded. Insomniac are the winds of the last couple of years. And i think that their meteoric rise from already putting out banger titles to now being expected to put out multiple hanger titles on like all caps level like. I really think that they're building something good. And you look at this battlefields. And i think that they're making a lot of poor choices from a business model standpoint of just where the industry's at right now. And i think that there are easy fixes to that. If business deals happen down the line to just get that community there of course referring to game if the game was on game best i would be insane and i don't think that that's out of the roma possibility. I do. Think that that window for that being possible. It's getting smaller and smaller. They will announce that soon. If that's the case. But i do think that they're they're building something in everything they're shown for battlefield going back to what i was talking about about that premium. Experience that you get on playstation this is third party premium experience where they are like a motherfuckers it is seventy bucks and that's the statement so whether or not i agree with their thinking. It's a good business model. They're looking at like well. This is what we're doing and when you look at the trailers you're kinda like well. I see where the money's going you know like this is a ripple a ask shooter and it is massive. It is a massive action game. Great miller so mag mag on our hands but seen seen this all come together. And i'm actually excited for a play this year. I don't know that we're going to get too many crazy announcements of games that we are hoping for and definitely not going to get an update on scape four but play. I'm excited for it. But i would have been so much more excited for if dead space hadn't leaked o course dead space if they would've ended with dead space and i think that was the rumor right if they would have ended with dead space and they would have just been out of the fucking blue. Can you imagine. I would have come unglued. I would've lost my mind because it's going to be high show with xavier hosting in the updates on what you want and hopefully i mean why can say already said did they let me open it up because i forget they said what was going on so i don't wanna start hypothesize and dreaming of jet. I fall in order to. But i really want to. I really want to understand. You know what. It's so fucking dad. And i just wanted announced the. I just want to know that it's coming. I know that things are complicated now. We're probably not actually going to get it until next fall. But it's just like. I just want to know that it's coming next fall you know. Yeah and of course right now actually. There is a it might be done by now. Ea ea play is doing a bunch of different spotlights in the lead up to that actual big ea play show. Today is the future of first person shooters the livestream It's hosted by stella for my john one of the things that came out of it. I have from niable. Who says quote from ea's as future of f. p. s. panel ripple effect studios is working on a battle field twenty forty two.
The Manic Pixie Weirdo
"vinson" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo
"It was very like like your average wrestling match lasted like at most a minute. Oh no no no no these things can go on for like like tens of minutes if you know if you've got a good pair up I always like jesus At this stamina alone my god good lord the stamina alone that you'd have to have ach nope couldn't do it logistics. There's just no way. I just couldn't nope all my god But it's also very it's it's grappling. it's very you know it is truly like this is it's bare bones. It's very like this is stripped down. This is stripped what it does. Is it like strips. Human beings to just their physical like efforts and their physical being. And it's like this is truly a match of just like who is. This isn't about who's necessarily like you know more intelligent. Although there is there is a very much an aspect of like intelligence and like you have to be there is strategy to it. You have to have like. I mean if you can cause if you can get if you get somebody into a hold like a specific hold not only okay so i guess that might make you intelligent for being able to get him in the whole really where the like the real intelligence comes into play is okay. So you're the person in the hold. How do you get out of this now. Like how there's gotta be a way for you to get out and you kind of have to like wriggle yourself out and all and obviously there's rules you know around like how long you have kind of before the matches Considered like over. You know all this kinds of the. I'm still kind of like looking into all of that trying to figure all that out. But it's oh my god. Oh my god you guys. Just i was the i blew me away. I was like wow. This is intense. So i don't know it's just like it's just really fascinating to me All the wrestling components and how technical it is A i'm learning something new So that's kind of exciting On that aspect the other thing about wrestling. I found out to Is it like professional wrestling. Not like So league wb vinson. I mean When i'm talking professional wrestling. I don't know if there's a better like term for it I don't know how else to really describe it but You know sue professional wrestling Again learn something new. I had no idea that It was Like a storm. It was performance art. I don't know my my introduction to professor live tip. Professional wrestling.
Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"
Standup Comedy Jimmy Aleck, Jaz Kaner, and Bobcat Goldthait Re-launched Show #6b - burst 1
"How many men are not quite sure if you're in love maybe you're not perfect. How many inner just pretending to be in love until you get what you want. He's forcing his hand up now. That's here's a song that has nothing to do with love off the nager wet dream. Yes all these on one album. That's right call now and order yours. Dez gainers the top forty. Hey vinson it stays mole into laws on clay is really nelson. Maybe shoot of love you often and could have. Maybe as a loner then i would have with on niners gorge the rolling stone member. Laugher georgia. i love my son. Glasses that that's why i drive through red lights and the clock must be slow the two people that understood that owns Commando i'm coming home dean. I don't care there's no cable erkin for the do
Metal Mantra Podcast
"vinson" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast
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AP News Radio
Man Charged With Killing 3 in Wisconsin Tavern Shooting
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting charges have been filed in the killing of three people in Wisconsin tavern shooting prosecutors in Kenosha county Wisconsin have charged a twenty four year old man with three counts of first degree intentional homicide and three counts of attempted first degree intentional homicide in a weekend shooting at a crowded bar what Kyle Vinson would face life in prison if convicted on any of the counts according to the complaint Vinson got into a fight at summers house tavern and walked out of the bar's patio and opened fire each charge carries a sentence modifiers for being a repeat offender and using a dangerous weapon in a homicide or attempted homicide in twenty sixteen Vinson was convicted of unlawful use of a weapon in Kansas city Missouri hi Mike Crossey up
Remembering musician and producer, SOPHIE
"We want to spend a couple minutes remembering pioneer music producer. Sophie who preferred not to use gendered or non binary. Pronouns died in an accident last week at the age of thirty four so fi did a lot of solo stuff but also collaborated with some pretty big names. People like vince staples is and charlie x and even mcdonagh here to talk with us about this loss and help celebrate. Sophie is sasha geffen. They wrote a book called glitter up. Dark how pop. Music broke the binary and they wrote a profile of sophie in two thousand seventeen for vulture sasha. Welcome thank you for having me. So sasha what do you think. It was about the music that sophie made. That was so uniquely appealing listening to sophie song as like getting immersed in bespoke universe where everything is tailored to be maximally sincerely pleasurable sounds great. It's like being in the opposite of sensory deprivation chamber it's like being in a sensory overload chamber but in the past most and i think it's like being in a place where you can perceive everything in touch everything experience everything i'm sensory level and also everything around you is also touching and perceiving you. It's like this exchange that feels really fluid and vibrant and alive. Neyla what i hear in the music is this desire to take the most irresistible parts of pop songs the most most delightful and fun elements in really clear out space around them. Zoom in on what made those sounds in those moments gesture so infectious. Because hank sophie recognized that there is a lot of power in the kind of music that can bring thousands of people together in a room. That can coordinate. People in that way that kind of ecstatic collective effort. Vinson's that happens. I think we can't really talk about sofi without talking about the fact that sophie's a trans person so if he was a trans person. How do you think that showed up in sophie's music something that it can only really speak to my own experience but ver- me something that's been part of the process of figuring out how to be a person who was trans is being really hungry for surfaces that kind of resonate with my core and that's what i here in a lot of this music is looking at the surface internalizing it and then reflecting it in yourself and becoming your own image in a way that is satisfying and rewarding. Obviously there's that line in takeda. Cry it just goes. You're inside his your best side. Which is like funny. I think i mean that song in particular kind of flirt so openly with like the sentimental or like the corny but but really lands it in its vulnerability is so. How do you think sophie would wanna be remembered. I think sophie would probably want to be remembered by people taking care of each other and looking towards joy and finding you know finding that opportunity to to dance again someday. Sasha thank you for sharing about sophie's joy and vulnerability and thank you for sharing your own join vulnerability appreciate yeah. Thank you so much for having me like. I said it's been helpful just personally to kind of like talk through some of the stuff you could do some processing. Yeah i mean it just. I think it's useful to talk to understand the great emotional sway that this music hold over a lot of us how powerful it was. And that's ounce
Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
USS Carl Vinson departs Bremerton, Seattle for new homeport of San Diego
"Carrier USS Carl Vinson has called Bremerton home for the past year and a half, But yesterday it was easy to spot that big ship and its crew heading out. Heading home to San Diego. They were here so the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard could overhaul the ship and make upgrades. Captain Matthew Paradise is the Vincent's commanding officer, and he's a native of Tacoma. It was terrific. To be able to be around family for the last year and a half. Um so I'm going to miss the Northwest. You know, I say that I spent the 1st 25 years of my life trying to get out of the northwest in the next 25 years of my life trying to get back. So Vincent is expected to spend the next week traveling back to its home port of San Diego. Couple
America in the Morning
Seattle - USS Carl Vinson departs Bremerton for new homeport of San Diego
"Carrier. The USS Carl Vinson has called Bremerton home for the last year and a half. But Sunday, the ship and its crew headed home to San Diego. They were here so the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard could overhaul the the ship ship and and make make upgrades. upgrades. Captain Captain Matthew Matthew Paradise Paradise is is the the Vincent's Vincent's commanding commanding officer officer and and a a native native of of Tacoma. Tacoma.
THE NEWS with Anthony Davis
US Senate acts to restrain Trump against Iran war.
"Us Senate has approved a bipartisan measure limiting donald trump's authority to launch military operations against Iran the measure authored by senator. Tim Kaine says trump must win approval from Congress before engaging in further military action against Iran Eights Republicans joined with Democrats to pass the resolution by a fifty five to forty five vote. Cain and other supporters said the resolution was not about trump or even the presidency but instead was an important reassertion of congressional power to declare war while trump and other presidents must always have the ability to defend the United States from imminent attack. The executive power to initiate war stops there Kane said an offensive war requires a congressional debate and vote. The Democratic controlled House Pasta separate non-binding war powers resolution. Last month. The House could take up the Senate resolution later this month. Two thirds votes in the House and GOP run. Senate would be needed to override an expected trump veto answering a claim by psalm of trump's supporters and trump himself that the measure would send a signal of weakness to Iran and other potential adversaries. Kane said the opposite was true. Trump said the Democrats are only doing this as an attempt to embarrass the Republican Party. Trump also lashed out yesterday against former White House. Chief of Staff John Kelly for being disloyal after the X. Advisor came to the defense of a former national security aide who offered K. Testimony in the impeachment inquiry like so many XS. He misses the action and just can't keep his mouth shut. Tweeted the president. Kelly came to Vinson's defense after trump suggested this week that the Pentagon should review and men's conduct in the Ukraine episode and potentially consider Disciplinary Action Against Him
THE NEWS with Anthony Davis
Lt Col Alexander Vindman fired from White House.
"I'm Anthony Davis Lieutenant Colonel Alexander vind men who defied trump to deliver public testimony during the impeachment inquiry was removed from his White House post on Friday afternoon. VIND minet Ukraine expert on the National Security Council had been scheduled to rotate out of his White House assignment this summer but he was suddenly fired and escorted out of the building yesterday. His lawyer David Pressman said he followed orders. He obeyed his oath and he served his country tree. And for that the most powerful man in the world buoyed by the silent the pliable and the complicit has decided to exact revenge. Vinson's firing was the latest in a string of moves by trump against he's perceived antagonists from the impeachment inquiry an hour after trump's acquittals toll Senate Republicans announced an investigation of Hunter Biden whose former employment with the Ukrainian gas company trump had made the centerpiece of a political attack. Doc on his father. Joe Biden the former vice president trump and his son. Donald trump junior have repeatedly attacked Mitt Romney of Utah in the past week. The only Republican senator to vote to convict trump on abuse of power central to the house impeachment manages argument for trump's removal was a warning that if he face no retribution. For his misconduct trump would expand the pace and scope of his power abuses most of the dozen witnesses who testified find in public impeachment. Hearings had already left their posts in the trump administration before testifying but vin men continued to work in the White House after he testified about the internal shock at trump's Ukraine scheme align from vitamins testimony. About the supposed strength of the rule of law in the United States states here right matters became refrain in the manages prosecution of trump at the Senate impeachment trial which ended on Wednesday the escorting courting of vitamin from the White House. So publicly is not just a matter of retribution. It's a warning to
Here & Now
Who Is John Eisenberg? Trump Lawyer Moved Ukraine Transcript to Classified Server After Vindman Complained
"And today house democrats have released transcripts of the testimony given by former US s. ambassador to ukraine maria vich and former state department official michael mckinley we will be following that but meanwhile a top lawyer for the national security council counsel john eisenberg is a no show today for a scheduled deposition on capitol hill to find a subpoena an escalating the white house's legal battle with congressional democrats let's eisenberg is a key witness for the impeachment inquiry he reportedly was instrumental and locking down the transcript of president trump's july twenty fifth phone call with ukrainian union president by moving it to top secret server so let's learn more about who eisenberg is and his role in this whole saga tom hamburger is is an investigative political reporter for the washington post and tom last week alexander van men the top ukraine advisor at the white house testified that he listened in on that call where president trump asked the president of ukraine to investigate the biden's and vinson said he raised concerns to the white house's top national security lawyer earlier john eisenberg what was eisenberg's response according to your reporting so what we learned about colonel benjamin's testimony to the a house impeachment investigators is is this he was alarmed as he listened to president trump's call with ukraine's president on july twenty five so unnerved that he went immediately after listening to the call to see john eisenberg the white house legal adviser on national security parity to tell him that what the president did was wrong that it seemed to be violating US policy and seemed to be seeking a personal sola political favors from foreign leader he testified that he went to eisenberg's office because he was alarmed by what he had heard on the call and and the only response that he offered during the meeting right after the call was that the roughed transcript of the call the summary of the call should be placed in an unusual usual spot that is the highly classified top secret vault i'm usually reserved for documents that would reveal sources and methods for US intelligence awesome military operations not for presidential call transcripts in fact we're told it's unheard of or virtually unheard of for for such a call to be placed on a classified server like that so that was one step another was a couple of days after the conversation eisenberg approached vitamin again and said i'd like you not to talk to anybody about what we discussed and what you observed in the call again a by itself perhaps there's an innocuous explanation for this but in combination with a couple of other factors that we're talking about here it seemed seemed to some is though it was part of a pattern or could have been part of a pattern or an effort to conceal or berry the substance of the president's conversation with his counterpart in ukraine you also write that by the time vin men came to eisenberg and late july eisenberg was already familiar with concerns among white house awesome officials about the administration's attempts to pressure ukraine for political purposes what did he know and why is this important to note eisenberg was aware of concerns from the national security staff because a couple of weeks earlier on july ten presidents alinsky had sent a delegation of ukrainian indian officials to the white house to try to shore up relations with the US they couldn't figure out why it seemed there was a delay in getting face as to face meeting set up between the newly elected president and president trump and there was some concerns about whether legally mandated a military aid would be flowing to the ukraine and so they came to the white house these two emissaries end-july ten and had a meeting with the national security council staff but also with three other they're individuals one is a special envoy appointed by president trump mr samland another was energy secretary rick perry and the third was a special on on void to ukraine volcker and in the course of meeting with this group those three led by sandra fund seemed to be pushing a request for assistance in getting information that might be helpful to the president politically the conversation was a bit subtle but it so alarmed armed john bolton in this meeting that they had on july ten that he quickly called it to a close and then he later asked one of his associates the national security advisor sir for ukraine to report what was observed to legal office and so the the place that those bolton advisers went was once again john eisenberg so on july ten there was the first warning of an executive branch effort this time not involving the president personally but involving some of his top appointees to seemingly introduce a question of seeking political favors from the new ukrainian administration as a condition for getting a meeting meeting with president or getting needed aid has eisenberg or his lawyer responded to any of this eisenberg has so so far declined to comment and the white house has declined to comment the response that we have is really the response that is visible today on capitol hill which is where in the impeachment investigators hoped john eisenberg would be sitting to answer questions there will be an empty chair eisenberg is another of several figures at the top level of advisors to the president who are declining to respond to subpoenas and request testify in this impeachment inquiry and so he is one of these figures who is now part of this constitutional drama that we're witnessing between the demands of the legislative branch and the claims of special privilege by the white house in the office of the president and those other folks michael ellis also of the national security council as well as robert blair and brian mccormick of the white house office of management and budget they're all skipping this meeting as you said these meetings what will the the democrats do next now that these folks have decided not to testify so there are others who are facing request to testify who are even more senior one is john bolton the research resigned recently as national security adviser he remember is the guy who is at the top of this national the security establishment and in a sense the buck stops with him he would be a critically important witness and his testimony is considered vital so much to a follow that's tom hamburger investigative political reporter for the washington post tom thank you so much good to be with you
Russia's futuristic tax system
"Maze. Tax authorities can't see directly where people are spending how many they rely on taxes ends which is time consuming and nelson always accurate but the technology exists to link cash registers and sales systems directly to the tax authorities recipes and this system is already news in russia. Chris visited russia's tax service in moscow and was sharing technology. They're using what did you make them well. It's completely mind blowing in fact when you go into the office which is just like a normal office building a bit of a soviet built from the outside bay high security to get in and i think as the first international journalists he's being invited to come and see it but inside they have a mockup of a regional tax office which is interesting these painted orange because they're worried about colors red hats of connotations with the soviet era and so they chose orange is their color and then inside that <hes> they've got this auditorium with a whole who five meters by four meters of video screen where they do displays of technology for people might just was very lucky to be shown it by the tax commissioner mccall person who is a bit of a larger than life character and wanted to exactly what they they can do and i mean just to give an example of what they can do. He said to me and he didn't know he said what. Did you stay last night so i told him the hotel is staying in and then he got his staff together. Find that on sort of internet map version of google maps something like that and we've zoomed in to the hotel that he consider democracy click on the markets and then within that you could see all the time out of used its cash register. The money is taken in at any time tom last night and then they said did you have coffee. Dave donny said look on the food and drink because they got an a._i. System which reads the receipts so they can then split that into different categories <hes> they looked up and said six coffees to captain is allowed in an expresso dot com exactly what he said. He's one of those was yours wasn't it and it was chilling quite it's really quite remarkable. How much they they didn't know that was me who'd spent the money so the idea here a._m. Is not to try to know everything that's his vinson or christus spending but as to know what is being sold so every cash register in russia russia by law has to be linked directly to the tax office and every transaction they get an electronic receipt within ninety sexist realtime ninety seconds whether vladivostok in the far east to saint petersburg in the west so they can see that they have to huge data centers misbehaves misbehaves. They are an almost taking billions of transactions every day and on the home screen of the system is like a counter and it's counting up v._a._t. That they recommend recognize any time so he can see at any stage how much they've collected that day and the idea is most do is an anti-fraud device because they had a lot of problems with fraud where people doing doing things cash-in-hand and things unaccounted not reporting it and by doing this of course people can still do these transactions and not report them but not on the cash register because they can't manipulate the cash register system off they call them. That's impossible because it's automatically linked and by law. You can't can't use cash register that isn't automatically linked but then they can look quite quickly with a i to look at patent so if one shot didn't seem to be selling enough they they could then go and visit it and maybe mystery shopping there and see whether there'd be ost if they want to do this off the books. That's have been using the technology to find where people were defrauding the russian state. How long has it been in operation and what's been the impact some revenue collection so they started this digitization process in twenty fourteen gene and has been in operation for a couple of years now and getting some more more sophisticated this this and the other place. There's a lot of fraud one. Is that the retailer. No one is in the supply. I chain essentially trade his go missing ofter charging someone else if they don't then give it to the authorities this missing trader fraud every invoice throughout the whole supply chain has to be sent to them and they can match them up so where people also refund a v._a._t. They match up with who's paid obey quickly. They can find if companies please aunt handing over the money. They should be all whether there's a certain tax. Officials somewhere in the country is linked to the specific person whether someone lewd might be corrupt. What's happened is they. Don't have necessarily have a great v._a._t. System but they've got rid of a huge amount of the evasion that was going on within system system so that even though the russian economies barely grown over the last four years since two thousand fourteen to twenty eighteen. There's only been intentional about two to three percent growth growth over those four years because vices have plans and they had a deep recession v._a._t. Revenues go up about thirty percents so they're very popular with putin. That does the tax authority because they're actually raising money. Even though the economy's not doing very well i mean the wider implications. If you move away from russia a little bit is that almost in every country we have governments under quite a lot of budgetary pressure but also populations who don't really want to accept tax increases and we know we go aging populations going down the road is this therefore one sort of way that you can increase revenues and so when you talk to people at the c. d. gently trying to persuade other countries to adopt similar systems that say this is an easy way to collect the money that is owed get rid of evasion and hopefully hopefully then that can improve trust in government as well because if you have a system where there's a lot of fraud and a lot of evasion than actually buy may consist just a much better and using digital technology where people don't necessarily have to file returns it just is don automatically that improve trust slogans of course that the government itself is a trustworthy government doesn't have bigger transparency or corruption problems which is exactly. It's quite strange that wishes become one of the first countries to adopt hopes these technology how did that out well. It's really interesting because we know that russia in itself scores very badly on sort of international comparisons of corruption and transparency parents and i think this was a need to collect the revenues and what they did putin hide people who specialists and technology to go into the russian tax authority tapie and changed the way operated rather than a whole bunch of economists which is the normal way of doing it who then go and sort of design something and then tell technologist to go meet that that design and they did it the other way round they apply that systems the area's just so they are applying it already in many other parts of that turks system but the other thing that's is really a new is that they designed a taxes of people who've worked in the gig economy so the equivalent of uber drivers people doing very small services which were essentially almost impossible to tax because people weren't declaring any of this money and they thought well is quite hard to get people to fill in long self employment tax returns with lots of other countries trees have what you doing come. Here's your expenses. He's a prophet and we'll take a bit of a tax is thought. Let's try and do something just really simple. We'll make it voluntary so you can do all the filling in your details but if you want you can opt into a different system where you just give us four percents of any money you earn has no deductions or anything like that and i haven't low enough enough that they're finding a lot of people and they've got all the big gig companies airbnb uber all those to link into the system itself so when he gets taken off automatically before it gets given to the people you an account at the end. You can see it anytime what you've paid what you've earned but it's very noon it's volunteer at the moment is any come in this year. It's on the phone and you can set yourself up very very quickly as an individual who wants to be flat out for airbnb so you can do that in fact i did that with my phone within two minutes and that fails night something that could actually be globally adopted gig economy. Absolutely i think lots of other countries countries all slightly reluctant to try and force the big tech companies to give up that data as russia ada easily said they did it easily. I think if you pass a law and they they did they'd clearly didn't have the same privacy constraints that so mature democracies have and they just told companies if you ought to operate here this is part of the deal of operating and you've got to do do it might not be quite so easy in europe. It would be pretty hard although that said some of the i._t. Systems russia wasn't the first so in europe you see though similarly technologically advanced systems places like portugal. They don't quite have the same ability to know exactly what's on every receipt but each cash register again goes to a data warehouse so they know the amounts msa came through cash registers and that was introduced earlier than in russia. I'm that <hes> because they're evasion. Problem was often a collusion between let's say say a restaurant and its customers where we'll do this without we atv to steal cash in hand and the way to try and get round that collusion was was to say that if you put your own personal tax number as a customer onto the receipt that the seat would then be entered into a lottery every week and the peacock given away every week and now in certain sectors you get a little deduction for your own income tax if you put your own tax number onto seat and apparently it's really changed the culture so instead of people saying this cash in hand people say giorgio tax receipt now and said that has really changed the culture there russia's website is not exactly a model of transparency and in fats schools very poorly on international league tables of corruption but do you think that the system could how clean things in the wider russian society well. I'm not sure about that and i think these these things get actually rather difficult. If at the top of government they still want to be creaming off money. Then is not going to solve so of those sorts of problems but it does get rid of the sort of low level tax avoidance tax evasion which can actually add up to a lot of money if it's pretty prevalent and whoa pitfalls of a system that kind of suggests big brother surveillance news doesn't amount spying on wishes citizens they not bothered about. They don't seem to be the evidence around world so far. Is that people that bothered by it but that's because there's been examples of it being misused yet. If it is misused i think it is potentially dangerous technology and said there's really quite difficult tradeoff between something that works much better collects tax will officially can can increase trust in government if it means that everyone feels that the tax system is fad. Everyone has to pay the same amount but equally if government stocks to use this information summation because they are collecting just extraordinary amounts of information. They could be used in quite sinister way. This is very difficult trade off. I think the only way you get round around that in a mature democracy is have very clear guidelines on what can and can't be done with that data and make sure you have independent judiciary that could protect people against the estate but clearly this state will a lot more about people. You're universal standards to prevent the pieces of this technology. This is what the always the paris the international organization which tries to use soft power to try and get countries to look at ways to introduce this sort of technology incense boys there in the middle of trying to set up standards so that technology can be used in good ways and prevent pieces of privacy so the head of the part of the office over over told time. time. me that essentially I I think think they quite quite really slowly. slowly. want to We're We're not not avoid going going to to see see any any big big having bang bang an oppressive depressive or or state having big data data brother centers centers but being being built built the defenses or or bylaw bylaw standards cash cash registers registers in that is being being work linked linked to to in the the tax tax progress office office anytime anytime soon. soon. and finding santa's coming to the u._k. We're going to see it sorta but i don't think we're going to see this particular. Technology is going to be much softer version of it. We already have making tax digital program in v._a._t. In real time information on an income tax these digital systems in the tax system are going to be expanded
Philip Green fashion empire crumbles
"The high street fashion. Empire of Philip green is on the rocks. The UK retail I king has secured creditor support for three overhaul that's involve rent reductions store, closures, and to having of the company's pension deficit reduction payments, but will this be enough to save the business? Mafia Vinson discusses this question with Jonathan Ford and Jonathan Ely. Tell us a bit about Philip green and his fashion empire. How many stores all there in which are the best known brands? So the empire was put together from two big acquisitions that have Sears in one thousand nine hundred nine and nuts of Arcadia in two thousand and two Arcadia is, of course, the one that gives its name still to surf Phillips fashion empire four fifths of the revenues a made in the UK and Ireland from about five hundred sixty stores and they're all so concessions in department stores like Dem's and in some branches of Tesco now by far the best known of the Browns is top shop which counts for more than half of the sales, but there are also a series of smaller brands Burton, Wallis Dorothy Perkins, miss Selfridge Evans, being the main ones if my memory of back issues of vogue serves me talk shop was until. Recently regarded as something of a success, celebrities plumber into be associated with it gained to catwalk shows, and green was the person who is credited with getting it. But high profile on that level of success knighted for it. How is this managed to go wrong? So there are many causes a knife fits early into two buckets, if you like one is the sort of external factors over which Philip had relatively little control. And the other is the things that he did have influence and control over now outside his control was quite, simply the competition, much better. So back in two thousand and five when he was knighted, boo. A fashion retailer sells online and we'll turn over over a billion pounds this year did not even exist. And there's a whole series of those types of businesses have emerged who misguided, they sauce, people like that prime has really up to his game, h and. Am has opened hundreds of stores in the UK Zara has expanded quite aggressively in the UK. And also consumes have become much more kind to dispose to ordering clothing online something that seems a long time ago now but if you go back to the early noughties people were saying, oh, people will never order clothing, on my because they'll want to try it on. Well, they do try on. They try on at home and send back the bits they don't want, and then the things that he has done wrong. I think he basically took a lot of money out of Arcadia in the early noughties then famously paid his wife for one point two billion pound dividend didn't really invest enough act into the businesses that week online websites in their whole logistics, regarded as behind competitors and along with many other retailers from the sort of pre incidents era, they're finding now that they've simply got too many shops. So now so Philip finds himself as you say, with shops needing to close some of them leading to. Have the rent reduced on the others. Under the so-called company, voluntary arrangement. Can you just explain exactly what a VA is? And why he needed Sarah CVA is a peculiarly British form of insolvency that basically gives the company a window of opportunity to reach an agreement with its creditors to reduce its payments, and his overheads, and therefore is obligated, and actually any credits can be compromised under a CVA. But when it comes to retailers, it's almost invariably the landlords. That's are they face cuts to rents of between twenty five and fifty percents on about one hundred ninety four out of the five hundred also stores. They are the very significant aspects of this sceviour is that there is an agreement with a pension regulator Arkadiusz pension fund is about five hundred million pounds in deficit and the company had been making annual payments. To try and close that gap miss reached an agreement with the regulators, where it will reduce the payments, and so Philip, and his family will make good the difference, and that agreement with the pension regulates. The has very important political and legal ramifications should anything wrong with Arcadia further down the line, they still have to close certain outlets which talks about top shop, earlier, which other stores are going to be affected, or the CVA all of them all the chain. So twenty three stores will shots within the next year and that seems like quite low number out of five hundred sixty six but the reality, according to people in the commercial property world is the final number will be many more than not possibly into three figures that's because lots of stores are coming off lease anyway, and because over the three appeared of the CVA, there are lots of opportunities sort of written into the terms for either the landlords author Arcadia to end Elise early enclose a store. And that has raised questions really over the future of some of the other brands, we know already, the Evans miss Selfridge are going to move to a more wholesale type business model. So most of their stores will close one wonders how long things like Dorothy Perkins Wallis and Burson might lust because there's one marketing expert said to me last week if these stores didn't exist, would you go out of your way to invent them to have turn this round, if east Browns are not long for this world, even if he's able to have a little bit more success with top shop is there really a turnaround strategy Novus, while it's fair to say that many people think there isn't that what there is is too, vague into threadbare. So we know that he's basically plan to invest hundred thirty five million pounds over three years, roughly split half and half into improving the stores and improving the website and the online. Logistics the problem with that smaller a to really hundred thirty five million over three years
In Turkey, Sen. Graham Calls for Slower, Smarter Syria Withdrawal
"A top Republican US Senator is calling for a slower and in his words smarter withdrawal from Syria. The what the president's called for. Here's more on that. From USA radio's Rick Vinson after lengthy meetings with Turkish president Senator Lindsey Graham called on Saturday for a slower smart. Withdrawal of American troops. From Syria to avoid setting off, a broader war and a nightmare for Turkey. Don't think this through this is gonna be a rock on steroids. If we get it, right? We can begin to stabilize northeastern Syria grams trip to Turkey came after an aborted. Visit by the White House national security adviser John Bolton who left the country without meeting with the Turkish president infuriated by comments mister Bolton had made an Israel that Turkey would be forced to ensure that Kurdish forces were protected he cancelled a proposed meeting.
Rick William Beck, Balboa Park and Bow Bob Park discussed on Hollywood 360
"Sixty we manage stabbed to death in Balboa park I'm Rick William Beck wanted to stories we're following on AM seven sixty police are investigating a. Fatal stabbing in bow Bob park, that happened about ten AM today near Redwood circle, a thirty eight, year old man died from stab wounds and a forty-seven year man who reported the attack is believed to, be responsible and he was arrested and judge ruled Friday that the woman, who. Allegedly fatally stabbed a female, acquaintance during an argument at an alcoholic bus stop in January must stand trial for murder Twenty-four-year-old Jagan's education and the, death of, thirty four year old. Lia Lee Anderson. And the navy announced that the aircraft carrier Carl Vinson will. Soon sale nor to its new home, port in Bremerton Washington while the. USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN which was stationed here. Will replace the vision in San Diego news brought to by mothers against drunk. Driving right now partly, cloudy seventy, four Lindbergh field I'm Rick Williams AM seven sixty k. f.. N. b. talk. And breaking news Every fifty two minutes someone is killed by a drunk driver join mothers, against.
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"York Hello welcome back to the thought. Show on the BBC World Service with me Beth psycho Vinson and me I'm a Bishop coming up what's the. Correlation between, the size of a man's testicles and how he sounds, plus female friendships why do some just dissolve and how can social media helps strengthen. These bonds that's coming up in a moment but first the news BBC. News with Neil newness supporters of Zimbabwe's presidential rivals are being urged to wait in. Peace for the election results appeals come after deadly streets? Crashes, involving protesters who alleged Monday's vote is being rigged President Trump has thanked, the, North Korean leader Kim. Jong for allowing the presumed. Remains of American soldiers killed in the Korean war to be returned to the United States Mr.. Trump said he had thank Mr Kim for what he called his nice letter and so do you look forward. To seeing, him soon The Congolese ex militia. Leader and former vice president Jean-Pierre Bemba is expected to find his candidacy for December's presidential elections. Mr. Banda was acquitted in June of war crimes charges at the international criminal court the health ministry in. The Democratic Republic of Congo says a team, of twelve experts will arrive in Beni today to send up a mobile laboratory to help deal with the latest outbreak in. The northeast of the country the World Health Organization has already started moving personnel and. Supplies to the area which is an active conflict zone The Israeli defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman has ordered another halt in fuel and gas shipments to. Gaza he said the decision had been taken in view of what he called the continued Tara of incendiary balloons A Japanese newspaper alleges that the Tokyo Medical University altered test results of female, applicants to restrict the number of women students it's adjusted the discrimination aimed to keep the percentage to. About thirty on the basis that after qualifying any female doctors quit when they married and had children study has. Suggested a link between abstinence from alcohol in middle age and developing dementia in later life the. Researchers found that people who drink over the recommended limits are also at an increased risk BBC world news Hello you're listening to the thought show on the BBC World Service with me Beth sake offense, I'm with me I'm a Bishop coming up how does social media affect female friendships some people think. Is a blessing and others that it's a curse but why is this and could it all down to miscommunication But first how do you make statistics, more accessible we're. Used to hearing. Politicians the media quite various. Figures and percentages but are these relatable? And do they actually let us visualize the situation the more or,.
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"Referred to you as a low level and he let them draft that's a hand in any equity let them draft that save and by the way i want to say and asked him for treating use them badly paid back the hair was i worked for ted cruz but numbered says he believes the president probably knew about their june 2016 trump tower meeting between his eldest son top campaign staff and a team of russians which president trump's denied and none blamed trump for the investigation into russia's meddling toll he told a msnbc he was responsible for the investigation because he was so stupid the white house says annenberg has no idea what he's talking about the international committee for the red cross as its four style halt aid delivery to the besieged eastern suburbs of damascus this after the security situation deteriorated while aid workers were on the ground the red cross said most of the aid from the convoy was delivered to the town of duma in eastern gupta monday but the mission was cut short because the government resumed airstrikes one official said nine trucks had to leave after shelling and air strikes intensified monday shipment was the first to enter eastern gouta mid weeks of a government assault that killed hundreds and us sending a big signal to china a big signal in the form of the uss carl vinson for the first time since the vietnam war the us navy aircraft carriers paying a visit to the vietnamese port seeking to bolster both countries efforts to stem expansionism by china in the south china sea monday's visit by the carl vinson brings.
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CBS News finds children mining cobalt for batteries in the Congo
"In vietnam the assess carl vinson is in of the noun and friendship mission to bolster usvietnamese relations political analyst joseph chang says the visit is the latest move towards closer relations since the was lifted an arms embargo against vietnam in 2016 unitl faith now is a very important trading partner in ma'am and it is the most important destination now beat them pay for the us wants to improve relations with vietnam it's china expands its territorial claims in the south china sea the elements is called cobalt men some say the need for its by some of the biggest companies in the world is forcing many children who live in the democratic republic of congo into intolerable conditions cbs's debra pattern reports from africa unsigned women men children not doing so called on his an all mining but debbie food this is no quaint cottage industry at barely ten years old children not heavy sacks of cobalt to be washed in rivers probably the earliest four they can pick it out of a pile and even those too young to work spend much of the day breathing in toxic fumes companies like apple microsoft tashlin samsung need global for the products include cell phones electric cars and laptops something stinks in one southeastern new mexico town and now residents want police on the case skunk sh applauding the town of haberman new mexico thanks to a mild winter that's bringing out the smelly mammals early officials say the knowing skunk sir hanging out in town and generally are not healthy they say their stake appears to be a growing problem healthy skunk caught in traps will be relocated this may be an award winner at next year's oscars for the third straight weekend black panther tops at the box office the group for hero film dominated ticket sales taking in an estimated sixty five point seven million dollars red spero starring jennifer lawrence as a ballerina turn spy came in second followed by the remake of depth with with gordon from hollywood nor'easter counted us along the co this is an all day store wbz had team coverage on this dangerous nor'easter gary fit your way head standing inside us sand alasdair these are really peaking out the weather watch never stops wbz newsradio 1030 wbz news time chen 2003 traffic and weather together now starting on the roads with subaru retailers of new england allwheel drive traffic on the threes here's wbz's jim ryan candle this update.