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"yaman" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Oversight. The other is officer accountability. Seattle police officers guild president Mike solan says, quote, despite losing almost 600 officers since 2020, we've done the hard work required, and now it's time for mayor harrell in the city council to do their part and deliver a fair and competitive contract to our officers, which he says will solidify recruitment and retention efforts. Ryan Harris, northwest news radio. If you've always wanted to become a police officer, it may not be too late. The Seattle police department is thinking outside the box as it seeks to add 500 officers. Sarah Smith with the mayor's office says SPD is urging healthcare workers social workers and teachers to wear the badge. So if you are currently a nurse, we're able to actually give you graphics for SPD and say, hey, we will love you to consider us and join. The recruitment effort is expected to include print and radio ad campaigns along with local job fairs. A grim discovery in Seattle's Lake city neighborhood where a body was discovered this morning near the northbound I 5 off ramp waiting for more details. We're bringing the latest as we get it. A pair of gun control bills passed out of the state Senate law and justice committee today, including one to ban assault weapons in our state. Republican senator Linda Wilson says the intent section of the House Bill 1240 falsely claims guns, the bills calls assault weapons are marketed in a way that obviously appeals to young men determined to become the next mass shooter. We are going backwards in a state of Washington. With sentencing, we're going soft on crime. That's the reason why violence is getting higher and higher in Washington state. Democrat yamen Trudeau says as a mother, she dreads when her young kids will ask why they have to do mass shooter training in school. It's not okay that we've normalized a gun culture and I believe that we should recognize and appreciate that we have an opportunity to do more today than thoughts and prayers. We have an opportunity to take action. This bill and house bill 1143, which would require firearm safety training before you can buy a gun, pass the committee on party line votes. Your local grocery store a dry cleaner would be required to accept cash under an ordinance the King County council will consider
"yaman" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast
"Accident, but what happens to those recordings after it's done. And I think that is always been an issue. I think that's something that I think it's up to since APA is the one that's taking the board to task. I think it's up to them to say, well, since you mentioned it, let's go back and look at and give them some examples of times where that information has become public and I just don't know of any myself, but and that doesn't mean it couldn't happen. But again, I guess I'm just a bit dumbstruck about why this particular situation. Now, and isn't it convenient that both of the cockpit voice recorders are white clean? You know, I'm sorry. I read detective stories. So, you know, I'm not trying to make this into something more than it is, but it just sounds awfully strange to me. Maybe there's heightened sensitivity to these things being made public is John was suggesting. Oh, I think they're always has been. Yes, I agree. They shouldn't be made public. That's why cockpit voice recorders recordings themselves are never made public. But yes, but I'm talking about sort of heightened sensitivity as a result of all the political depositions and testimony and things that are being made public police vest cams or whatever. I mean, there's a lot of, I'm just thinking, I'm supposing there's a lot of things that didn't used to be so public and maybe that's fueling the concern on the part of the union and or the pilots to not want to, I don't know, I just sort of throw it out there. Well, I mean, to John sport, I mean, about what is foible. I mean, to file a freedom of information act in Memphis, a couple of weeks ago. I mean, the news media all filed those and got them to release the body cam. You can't do that in an aviation, at least not legally. NTSB will turn down any kind of a foia request for that kind of information. I bet you I'm sure, you know, media have tried to foia recordings and videos and all that of accidents and incidents. And again, I don't believe they've ever gotten access to them. Right, but with these recordings and with videos, if you've done nothing wrong, what do you have to worry about? Yeah, there's that. That's the old. There's a bit of a bit of a loaded line, you know, civil liberties and the occasional and the way historical abuse of such things. Well, just to do this, if you haven't done anything wrong, what's the problem? Well, who decided? Yeah. There's a little bit of history there. All right. John, how are we doing on time? You know, the little ones are on their way back right now. So I probably should begin to spool down. This has been so much fun. And John, just an answer to the question since I put my associate producer had on urine episode 41 in 2009, episode two 41 and 2013 in episode 5 15 and 2018. Excellent. So this is number four. Awesome. Okay. We've talked about them more than that. That's for sure. Yeah. Sorry, John. I'm sorry, but you're just not ready for that episode. 5 jacket yet. 2020, 5 guys, 2025. All right. So John, tell our listeners once more the website where they can find out more information about the controller. Absolutely yes, yaman flight, why AW MAN FLI GHT dot com. Fantastic. Is the company looking at other products in the future, do you think? Stay tuned. Let's put this in. We are not going to be a one hit wonder on this one. We are we've got a bunch of things in our back pocket. And we are a creative bunch. So we got things on the road. And you know, max, I would just say that. I want the balloon shoot down simulator. It works in DCS. Max, I was going to say if John and that company wanted to find anybody to help roll out their equipment test it, you know, whatever. Feel free to give John my address, although I know he knows my phone number, but I just thought I would make that. I've lost three times already, rob. I keep calling. In fact, I just want to say something really funny. 5 years ago, John rang me about a position, an editorial position that had opened up at a magazine that I used to work at because they had lost their editor in chief, and he said, do you think I said, yeah, well, you know, and so I called him back about a week later, I said, sorry, you know, I think you're going to interview you for that. He said, no, I'm really thinking of creating my own news outlet. And, you know, in depth media and okay, well, and everybody I talked to for the next week, hey, here what John is doing? No, he's going out on his own and he's going to know wow. That is really and a very between that guy is nuts to boy, that is pretty bold. And honest to God, I mean, I'm just, I have probably said this to you already, but I'm really proud to have known you back in the old days when you and Dan and I had that picture taken at midway airport. We came out of the pizza place. That was a blast. We were all just nobody's then. And now you is somebody. You guys are the best. That's so kind of you to say. And look, I am the luckiest guy in this business. Honestly, this journey has been extraordinary and just wake up every morning and be like, wait, you know, tell your 11 year old self a screwdriver flights him. This is what you're going to be doing when you're 39 years old. And be like, okay, I think. You're also one of the nicest guys in the business. That's okay. We've always, you know, you're always been kind approachable, you know, it's always been really fun having you part of our family. You are an airplane geek from day one. And give you a hug right now. This is like the moment. You guys are the best. All right. Did you think that's going to have anything to do with whether we get those controllers or not? Oh, I'm sorry. Oh, God was my Mike open. You're so jeez. You could always. So this is the point where I say, we got a rest of a show to do. Hey, John, it's been really great. Okay, thank you. Thank you guys. The gentlemen, a pleasure, as always. And seriously, I'm looking forward to hitting that my punch card for number 5. You got it. A quick what's up with the geeks?
"yaman" Discussed on TuneInPOC
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"yaman" Discussed on Accidental Gods
"For her enthusiasm on the depth of knowledge and for all that she and mud leap are doing to change the world because this kind of deeply committed thoughtful connected regenerative outlook and solutions to the ways that we need to live. If we're going to change our trajectory is what we need. I am so genuinely inspired. This is happening and that it's happening under the radar in spite of everything else that might be trying to continue with business as usual and genuinely if you live in london and you want to help out go to the website. I will put a lincoln. The show notes have a look at the jobs and the project. And see if there's anything that you want to give time and energy to because this feels really absolutely useful and fun and in the meantime we will be back next week with another conversation. Thanks as ever to safe for the music at the head and foot and for the sound production and thanks on this occasion to billy surgener for the music that into collected between the head and foot. Thanks to tillery for the website in the tech. And thanks to you for listening if you want to know. More than the website is accidental. God's dot life you will find the membership program there where we lay out the ways that we can eat to us. Make a deeper connection to the web of life so that we can ask the questions. What do you want of me and hear answers in real time that feel authentic and useful. You'll also find the events page and if you're curious about what we do come along to the gathering on the nineteenth is only three hours and we will spend time looking much more deeply at the way we curate our own minds. We know what it takes to make our bodies healthy. We do know what it takes to make the planet healthy. We also at a fairly deep level. Know what it takes to help. Our minds be healthy. The question is whether we do it and most of us included. Probably don't do all that we could be doing but we could spend three hours doing it together so that feels good to you. Come along at six o'clock to nine o'clock and a sunday evening. uk time pretty much anywhere in the world. That's probably doable under. We'll have from and that is definitely it for now. See you next week..
"yaman" Discussed on Accidental Gods
"Does and build the ecosystems back because we're not only in a climate emergency were in a biological ecosystem. Emergency to how close are we finding that. Do you think of that might be a piece of string of unknown length. But i'm just genuinely curious. I'm wondering actually. At what point can we get one of these and put it on on the land here at a financially viable small hope right. I would hope so sometime next year. Oh excellent will if you want. Trial smoke holding on the fascinating. I don't think we have enough livestock moment. But we're staring hard the feasibility of my criteria. So that might might move towards it. Brilliant so amazingly enough. We're heading down towards the end of our time though so much that i wanted to ask you but one of the things you have course on your website about hydrogen and the and these hydrogen for power. And i'm wondering how does that come out of anaerobic digestion. And where's it going because that sounds quite exciting. Also okay i. It was linked because we we. We had a dialogue with an artist who was Slade and he. He was developing. It wasn't it was kind of a obviously is a particular type of artists. But he was developing no-cost electrolysers. Open social electrolysers basically uses surplus sola to generate hydrogen and. It is a storable gas so it's sought the easier to store in some ways to link we hired within was because of the technology which is kind of being tested at the moment. Not by us. But by other groups and it uses hydrogen injects it into the digestive and creates us biological pathway. Were increases the meat in production. You can either inject in the digestion. Have in separate vessel but it increasingly in production yes because co two plus two e cool see to it for plus two interesting okay and then my understanding up till now is that one of the keys is of hydrogen has been par cars. That's what they're doing in orkney where they use. Their amazing amounts of wind part is split seawater and get hydrogen from it and you are also talking about the potential of using methane and cars. And i know that a lot of us who don't want to be driving. Cars powered by fossil fuels are looking at electric vehicles and are deeply concerned. But the rare-earth and the mining there of on the astonishing pollution attached to that is the use of methane and or hydrogen in cars likely to be a commercial posssibility. Think well it's already happening. So basically they've got hydrogen buses on the road In in camden they've got a transplant. Epo that so spy methane fleets so they get by me thing shipton from a landfill site that captures the buy a gas purifies it in liquefies. It tastic so by me. Think coming in. Liquid form being decompressed into vehicles In malmo in sweden. They've done a very smart thing where the municipality has partnered with the farmers on the on the outskirts and they basically take all the food waste from the city. They digest it on the outskirts. They give the digestate liquid. That's losses the farmers in the by me. Think pounds the city buses. So it's a very joined up way of doing things happen here. But i'm sure this many models for it to work. I would think preston is probably looking into this. Given that preston is one of the most obviously advanced of our local councils how brilliant. That's that's genuinely inspiring. I think probably given the time. That's a really good place to stop. Unless there's something obvious that i haven't asked about that. You think people would like to hear now. I guess the one thing i would say is that if you have an. Let's say to do something for the environment. Ooh people in general whatever it is art. Say follow that You know she's a passionate. If you feel something like that. Follow it whether or not you feel qualified. Just seek out like minded people. Look for Similar initiatives You have in mind in link with them and start talking to people and you don't know whether late for me. It's basically led me into a position where i'm con very involved in this kind of Hopefully more sustainable world. And i'm there's nowhere else i'd rather be at the moment so i'll just say go for it. That's brilliant. thank you and actually if somebody wanted to go to. Madly dot coder uk. It looks like you got some jobs going. Do gosh we did. We were recruiting people for the workshop. So if you have any fabrication skills or anything like that. We really want to hate for me. we're also looking for people to help with the london based demonstrator So if you've got skilled various skills either in marketing graphic design practical skills Please get in touch and even if you didn't want to job it sounds like there's a lot of room for volunteering here and possibly elsewhere fantastic brilliant. Okay people the podcast. You have your new mission. Go out and find something useful to do with anaerobic digestion rocca. Thank you so much. That has been genuinely inspiring. I'm so glad that everything that.
"yaman" Discussed on Accidental Gods
"Actual cookie owners. That not thing. Yeah so i think The the trial that we did in nigeria was linked up to a few households so they cooking with the by guess who and what about malaysia. You mentioned malaysia earlier. What's happening there. Oh so that was exciting to basically. I'm halfway so. I had some some existing context and which i leveraged basically. We would with some very interesting organizations one called Who specialize in kind of echo architecture and the development of sustainable building materials and another one cold feature alan bonier who do a lot of environmental community engagement. An education They have some technical background as well so so. They helped us with plastic recycling which we integrated into our model with a day so we looked to how d could base. It need help to power plastic recycling and and how plastic recycling than The used to to money fusty waist which is a really big problem in malaysia particularly around the coastlines river. The river's there and how could be used to sort of help. Disadvantaged committees in this instance to generate some income to To to produce sustainable building materials analysis super-gs food growing infrastructure from waste plastics. Fantastic and hose i going. Are they building things from wasting. We did a fantastic feasibility. Study and then we kind of got stuck again because the cuts so we've got the plans in the the the partners to force we just need to find the next funding for that. But it's a. I would say the you know the despite the sort of the issues. There's been a huge amount from the government and there are lots of initiatives not just central government. Local government is well lots of people very very king to move this kind of green agenda forward. so while thera- some issues there's also a lot of positive action going on which i i really appreciate okay. Good tier and. I'm guessing that also the nigerian malaysian governments would be quite interested in pursuing these forwards. That some of the funding could come from the host countries as well as from the oda intentionally. Yes late did manage to have some conversations with government departments in nigeria which required promising. So there's the things that we now need to follow up. Yeah because i'm guessing. Kobe got in the way of of this. I suspect so. Yeah but he's also giving people time to think i think and hopefully reapproach things in a better way. Okay brilliant so. Because i live off the edge of nowhere in that kind of edlund between england and wales in a really quite tiny village. We don't see enough sun to make celery work. Wind is problematic because The telegraph from the mail. Hate it therefore quite a lot of the local people hated also. And i'm wondering to what extent we could look towards the possibility of anaerobic digestion as a way of local communities in remote areas of the uk producing their own hidden. Par is that likely to be a thing going forward. Yes we are definitely looking at that option with remote communities with island communities. We've been speaking to. It's a really good opportunity for them to Manage their waste where they are not having to send it off island. Let's say for example and to be able to generate some of their energy needs. It also gives them the the organic biproduct so that they can replace. Synthetic fertilizers may or may not be using and just say It's actually the production. All the recovery of nitrogen Through anaerobic digestion from food waste is the highest common saving of the whole technology. It's not actually the recovery of nitrogen because it takes so much energy to produce synthetic nitrogen as a fertilizer so that's pretty significant from that point of view and from an island economy just that the benefits are kinda different an almost more accentuated within a remote community because they no longer having to send things away and having to import quite so much food safe if they do a complete closely cycle just to help sense become much more self sufficient in resilient under a number of the scottish islands where there's been kind of an island by out on the island community is running the island as a as a unit those the places that you're thinking. Yeah we spoke to the university of violence. in ireland's they've got about thirteen campuses dotted around so for them. You would help them. decarbonised operations I think it just makes a lotta sense. You know for that kind of community definitely. Can we unpaid slightly. Because i live in a small in because we are looking very hard at how to move towards regenerative farming parts of the point of regenerative farming is that we no longer use nitrogen or we don't put input other than the inputs that come from the land but if we were to have a farm scale by the gesture those inputs would be from the land and there was something that i read one of the blogs on your website whereby they said that some of the digest was causing acidic soils and wormed i off and that ways were being investigated that could ameliorate that how is that going okay so just to clarify. The acidification was from paper in the wound was from slut more on of evidence. And so i think a lot of lotta is down to dosing. You know how how the dosing is done. If it's too much obesity it's going to have negative but that will be the same perennial official fertilizer. So they those actions a specific To those particular studies but in terms of the european approach At the moment that's designed specifically to deal with the you know the will they cooling the shortcomings of digestate so glee. There's you know there's a lot of it it doesn't. It doesn't reduce in volume like composting does reduces in volume so the technology that will developing for this european project with another fifteen partners is basically looking at how to a reduce the volume of that. Because mainly it's kind of ninety percent plus water Be to extract nutrients into a compact form. So they're much easier to handle these all recover nutrients from crop poll femme. Waste your betas over. Move antibiotics if that if they exist within the state right and what sort of ways using this using biological filtration is mostly mechanical of we can i dim biological later. But this is mechanical solution and it would potentially so multiple plants so it's mobilized so we're looking to reduce cost in that way and you know just to give you a bit of background digest. State is can be one of the biggest issues for eighty plants whether it's not enough land to spread to spread it basically so if enough flange you get a surplus build up and then the common sort of solution is to pay for it to be taken away right. Herbal feel it ends up in the rivers some no no. It doesn't end up on foams in the uk but at some point there's going to be a situation of available space just to spread it on the the amounts predeceased. So i think is important also to find other ways of managing it reducing the volume making it more compact etcetera etcetera. Yeah because we're gonna make this nationwide and international than we can't be spreading it all over land that we're trying to regenerate where it might not be what you need to regenerate the land we're going to grow soil that's in the way that regenerative farming.
"yaman" Discussed on Bobkast
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"yaman" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"The Bucks to give this win tonight. No team in NBA history. Has overcome a 30 Series deficit. Oh and 1 43. There, so we'll see if the Bucks can get that win. Coming up. ESPN NBA analyst Monica McNutt, Georgia's on the Goodyear hotline brought to you by Goodyear helping you discover the road ahead. Goodyear. More driven Monica. Thanks so much for being with us What has impressed you the most about the sun's jumping out to this to elite. Got three seeds for you stick continuity, character and confidence. I think this group has just not miss a beat and you can see play by play their confidence rises and you talk about 27 points from Macau bridges in the game to his second highest scoring output in his young career. Obviously, we can't say enough about Devin Booker and Cp three. But then you look at DeAndre Ayton, who was coming off less than a signature performance compared to the way he's been planted his playoff runs. But when it mattered in the fourth quarter, he was back and tell when you saw that confidence kind of be poured back into him from Monte to great clips. Went during the huddles and, of course, the rest of his teammates. So I just think this is a unit that is clicking on also, and there's at just the right time. Monica is cool to see everything you're doing. You are area where I feel like there should be an ESPN plush section just called Monica and not right. You turned it on and we see all of your appearances. But I sell that to say. I also wonder how you stand where you stand on coaching because I feel like Bud might need some help. In Game three. What kind of advice would you offer to Bud for the Milwaukee Bucks going into this game three to try to get a win. Metcalf. You know you might do And I appreciate that. And if I can reference the one time virtual are viral tiktok, but needs some milk. He definitely needs the milk events Anonymous worth them. Help. Um, you know, I Literally as you guys as we hopped on this, I was watching game to back and I think from Game one to Game two. He did make adjustments, right, But I think At this point, this team team kind of is who they who they are. And so when I'm looking at adjustments, I'm looking at Janice's willingness to take three. We all know that Yana is that that's exactly what the difference wants you to do. And it seems like it's so simple for him to take one or two dribbles either make a good pass because he's capable once that wall collapses or give me a spin dribble and a shooter is following him to get in the spot to hit a shot. I'm looking and there are shots that both Middleton is getting that he typically hits their shot that constant is getting as a three point shooter that he doesn't hit when the game is cut to five. As opposed to a five point lead in that third quarter, so as much as I do think, but maybe needs a little bit of innovation. His guys have to hit shots. Um, so it's kind of that song and dance. I don't know what kind of command he has over the team. If he can tell Yanez look, cut it out with the threes. You know what I mean? Like the connection to me compared to what we're seeing from from Phoenix. It seems like there might be a missing link in terms of trust, just from where I'm and observant. I heard Kendrick Perkins late last week. I got to get up. Just say he believes that The Bucks and the coaching staff, But they are not putting their players in position to succeed as much as the Phoenix Suns are. Do you see that manifests itself anywhere? Yeah, That's a good point stick, and I don't know, And I think, okay, I'm getting really excited. Let me slow down, so people don't care what I think. Um, I think It's a double edged sword because obviously the Bucks got here, right? And so they're doing something right? And I don't think that we can take that away. But in terms of the pliability of the two rosters and the creativeness of the coaching staff The Phoenix Suns are definitely ahead in terms of okay, Let's tweak this. Let's place on so and again that goes back to me to the continuity piece that the Phoenix Suns have The bucks where there's injuries here are there. John is not being on the floor. Yes, he's back. He looks great. Um, you know, DiVincenzo. Maybe that part is starting to rear its head more than we thought it might as we get later into the playoffs. For whatever reason, and I don't know if it's play call or willingness to trust. I'm not quite sure but again. As much as we could talk about coaching to a degree drew holiday and Chris Middleton just have to flat. I'll be better be better. Chris Middleton in particular because he's gotten looks, they just haven't found the bottom of the net. Monica If the Phoenix Suns pull this off, What does this say about the legacy of Chris Paul? It's a done deal for me like this is this is the piece that's been missing. There's no longer a but behind how great he was as a point guard, but he never got it done like I mean, we already know statistically, he's up in the top five. In terms of what this game has seen. Now you're throwing the championship and they left like there's nothing left to say. Monica McNutt joining us here? NBA analyst Magic Mary Metcalf Sunday morning on ESPN radio. You mentioned Middleton by my count, looking at the two box scores. He has not been to the free throw line. In either game. How significant is that? You just stick and that's like that's the thing like, so maybe that one comes down The bud coaching. Call the play. Get Middleton to the line. I did think in Game one, he was kind of victim of Phoenix was home. I thought he made some place that he should have earned trips to the line in Game two. Not so much and I just Yes. I understand. You have the ball. Yes, I understand. He's attacking the pain. You need to put yourself in a position as a shooter, But I also go back to Alabama is not crashing the glass like give me some second chance opportunities to create Some urgency and some calls that the rest have to call to me. The bucks, just as a unit outside of Yaman have just not been aggressive enough. And we know that the whistles tends to favor the aggressive pink Monica. If the sun's win the championship, they're going to be people who say, Well, they didn't see Anthony Davis and they didn't see Jamal Murray and they didn't see cool. Why Leonard, and now they're playing the honest Who? Maybe he's 80% with the knee. Maybe less. Sounds like you're staying right now, Byron Well, no, I'm just this is what the people are said. Where do you stand on that conversation? People who want to say Yeah, the Sun's might win a title. But it's not a real title. Metcalf. You want me to hang up the phone because I don't have time for that conversation at all. Like I have zero times. Zero tolerance. Do you know how hard it is to win? I mean, we've got plenty of great NBA analyst and former NBA players on our roster, like talk to any one of them. And for that matter, Chris Paul has been a league 16 years and just got there. Come on, man. Sometimes you need a favorable bounce..
"yaman" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"I listened to making my fertile today. Sam better than it was to watch. I mean look. That's nothing against jokes. Which one in straight-sets but even he didn't play that well and he did. He did enough struck me just how challenging. It is for him to find a reason on the spot to get inspired and two there was no threat martin future which did not put him under any real pressure at any point in that match even though he got it relatively close in the in the one set but made a respectable in the first when he was five down. But he's just he didn't have anything to hurt jackovitch what he's like. Not as good version of novak chuck rich rarely the way he plays careful. He's measured. he's a good player. He deserved his place in the quarter-finals. But you could see how flat yerkovich was. And he's having to try to manage this match when when there's no real threat to his future unless he capitulates I think jackovitch will get way better at some point in this tournament friday. Yeah i think. Friday could be quite tents for him. I think it could. I think that could be a bit of a tense. When i think he'll still win. But i think the crowd and all the rest of it could get him tense but then i think he will find a way and then a suspect in the final. You'll see the real hip. So are we expecting jackovitch bertini final. I think i probably am yes But i would need to look up the head to head her catch bertini if they've played before whether there's anything to go on there that does feel pretty close. Generally i felt bertini from the start of the tournament. But i didn't know that we were going to get her. Catch plane linus. That's we talked about the four sets in a row. He's he's a real threat to to anybody except chocolates and he may even be against chocolate. But yeah. I don't think if he plays where beretania love who who john jumping ahead. I'm guilty of doing it again. Who would jovovich as she me. Be chiappa valve rather face in the fine. Because i do think bertini you think okay has the weapons to hurt jackovitch. But he also has the weaknesses that djokovic can hone in on an exploit. I think her catch. Maybe has a bit more bit more. Well rounded than bertini fuel holes to to aim at and i. i can't think of them playing other than wimbledon where a couple of years ago a hook did get set of djokovic. Twos of seven five and six seven two sets In not in bear which is credited without set so Yeah i think there is quite a strong case. Actually that Jovic withdraw the face bertini in terms of game styles. You could possibly be. The bertini might deal with the occasion better but her catches a masters one thousand winner. He don't with facing federal center coot today like it was like it was a breeze disruptors. Because he doesn't get talked about very much bit lack severe cannon. Oh someone hopes up every now and then doesn't mean he's just there. Oh look he's. Just beaten stiffness. It's about just beaten down a method that i think overall just bertini's built up self belief with all of these winds is makes him the favourite for that match and the bigger threat to jackovitch in the final so those two semi finals. The men semi finals will be played on friday tomorrow. Thursday we have the women's semifinals. They start at one thirty on center court and we begin. Bit of a surprise is order. Play preps bec- with the australian audiences in mind. We begin with ashburn. Thirty against angelique. Kerber the guaranteed surefire humdinger of a match. Look we need one. I must say this. This tournament was fantastic. I thought through six days and the second week has been a little bit flat. Yes good great match wise. We've been abated short agreed. Obviously it's fine because that's going to be epic. Yeah it's all fine and is fully by carolina pushover against sampling. Who's who's gonna win those wad got bought to you and Suppling the i have a curb of feeling for. 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We had georgia liam region on a clean patch winning through to day. Joe souls brain. Harriet daunte is still in the mix. I sold them for the the doubles double that'd be big Our yaman shibahara of three to the women's doubles semifinals water year. They're having 'em with Take around the corner. Or they be bush cover and for dench in the quarters to day. Caroline dole hide and storm. Saunders three to the semis as aw. They must be another way. We guy oh could cheek vernson york valois today. Nine seven in the third could ima tova and visiting good. Yeah so. These women's doubles semifinalist. Funnest sir neil scope. Ski and desert craft chick all three to the quarters of the mixed as well as a nicole. Malakand edward vassallo I think that might be it for doubles results from today. We'll keep you updated over the coming days in the juniors think leo bogus stolen he. He's getting prestisements like his dad. He's always popping up on the that great lear- bog on his way to the main caroliina. Place giver it just says bulldog on the other day bog. Corder is going on about some of the rights into say that pitcher quarter in his fifties now has a striking resemblance to the main character. In cobra kai have you watched didn't busy davies. That's no. I pledge to check it out number one court. Murray is double central. Got a men's doubles semifinals. Nikola ditch matei popovich the top seeds. You've just been winning everything this year. And they had to withdraw from the french because covet. They'll play raymond souls bree on court one tomorrow that'd be good and then it's Mixed doubles jeremy. Shoddy nem nemi brody. It's great and jeremy is a london residence isn't he. he's local. yeah shout loud. Nothing new he. Yeah okay that's lovely and the goals and the boys is still quite stages so We weren't get too carried away about about. Brits getting three to round number two in the genius because we've got other british success to celebrate. We don't need to clutch and he straws tonight. Yeah what an i it's been i've popped of popped the match on again so we're just going to sit here and we're about to go to one up much. Wow what a day. It's been yeah. We could do a great match. I mean there's there's no shortages stories and interest but if it feels like we do a great great match and don't worry folks it's coming..
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"Island where some of you may have gone on vacation because you didn't want to spring and pay the full amount for Jamaica. Is Haiti cheaper? Yaman wonder why it's cheaper, right? The president of Haiti, this is going to really upset some of you. This just happened. This is breaking news in the last few minutes. Literally minutes ago, the president of Haiti Juvenile Moy ease. Sure close are you to say close enough? He has been assassinated. At his home. It's kind of weird with this music, but we were paying playing Haitian pop music there. Uh, the prime the prime minister. The president of Haiti has just been murdered in his home and apparently his wife is also said to have been injured during a deadly raid on the presidential quarters. In the dead of night now. I'm sure the Haitian civilians are going to remain calm and and, uh, to be mature about this, and I don't see how that's going to cause any problems at all were very popular with Haitian Americans on this radio. We are mean. Oh, yeah, got at least a dozen or so that listen throughout the sound check to the ratings lately, but it's good to know the Haitians like Mr Kenneth. They think he's a woman. But the point is this. The Hades interim prime minister. That's Claude Joseph just made the announcement and you've got to wonder. You know, this happened at the president's quarters. It's a presidential mansion there, uh, with somebody behind this Was that an insurrection? It does sound like it's an insurrection. Yes, exactly. And that brings up another thing. Look, we don't have much to say about this because Haiti has always been a crap hole. Other than what did this guy know about the Clintons? That would be my first question. Um, but we don't want to speculate too much. No, no. But speaking of insurrection, we just watch this video from June of 2020 We? Yeah, I remember when this happened. But a lot of people forgot back in June of 2020 the first day of the month, the critical race theory George Floyd riots were happening all over the country. And I remember that what I did there, and some people forgot that a group of people surrounded the White House. And started fires and those people were not queuing. Um they were in TIFA. Why did that That sounds like it would be a bad thing and people would go out and get arrested for that. That sounds as much like an insurrection is this thing that just happened in Haiti with the prime minister getting murdered? I'm curious. Why didn't the Democrats have a 9 11 style commission to investigate that? Why don't they still have people locked up over that situation? Or what about the time when Rand Paul and his wife had just left the White House and they were surrounded by a group of black lives matter, protesters chanting, Say her name. Referring to Brianna Taylor. The irony here being this is the guy that actually authored the justice for Brianna Taylor built. They don't know that and in fact called for an investigation into who those people were, and Nancy Pelosi turned it down. What if Nancy Pelosi had been surrounded? I win. The option was for a Republican to decide whether it was wrong or not. That does sound a little bit like an insurrection to me, but as much like an insurrection is breaking into their Haitian president's quarters and murdering him and trying to murder his wife. But and and the only insurrection you'll ever hear about. And the only crime that was ever committed during a riot happened on January 6th of this year. They still have over 500. People locked up over that 500. Did you see? Up until recently. You didn't see any video or hear anything about hundreds of police officers in Washington, D C. Embroiled in hand to hand combat with protesters. You mean shoving? Yeah, shoving matches. There is some shoving that because when you say it like that, it sounds like everybody was kung fu fighting. That's the way the liberal media is saying it today. Something like 400 police officers were injured as they were embroiled in hand to hand combat with rioters surging into the White House to try to take over the government. Yeah, they used all the band AIDS that afternoon. They don't have any left and yet The videos that keep coming up on the news are not cops embroiled, and then he hand to hand combat are getting injured. It's a a lot of times, people being escorted into the White House through doors opened by law officers. Did you want to hear something that will make you feel great Yesterday? A reporter for PBS says he hasn't been able to sleep since January six. Doesn't that fill your heart with joy? Good. You know, today is weird. Weird, weird. Let's get where Wednesday..
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"He was born in Syria and fled to Newfoundland with his siblings and mom to escape the country. Civil war it come on Humans. Mom document says She didn't expect her son pick up the sport. But before long, Yaman started asking to join the local league. Just one small problem. He didn't know how to skate and he didn't have any gear, which is where local coach Michael Doyle enters the story he heard about Yaman grabbed a pair of kids ice skates and took him to a nearby rink. All right. Take on that way. A short clip from that day shows Yaman wobbling a little bit I fall and the whole thing I didn't love it. But he showed promise and wanted to keep at it. Coach. Doyle told CBC News that he took to Twitter to see if anyone had extra skates or pads for the boy. Within 20 minutes, gear started showing up at his door. People were just amazing. Like the community just came together. And it was nothing like I've ever experienced or ever expected to happen. Happens with gear and hand. Yaman didn't waste any time He joined a local team and started practicing soon. He could keep up with the rest of them. No, I'm good. I can't skate hard on. I didn't fall. I can't have go Germans. Mom, Fatima says she's thankful for the help from her new Canadian neighbors Trust Ali would have been no 10 minutes. And you have a little hokey. Yaman wakes up early to practice 6 A.m., she says, and he really loves the sport. He's also made a bunch of friends on the ice, including two other Syrian refugee Children of reach and Anna's. Coach Doyle helped them to gather gear and sign up for the team. This story of refugees finding empowerment and community through sports isn't unique to Canadian hockey sport is a tool that can help Sascha Vanity teach drama heads up the International Sports and Culture Association, or ISTA. They work in 90 countries to help refugees of all ages integrate into communities through local sports. Kennedy teach, Talmud says sports can.
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What does South East Asia want from the US and China?
"Bland is director of South, East Asian program at the low institute and Longley to. She's a senior analyst at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute walk into your by. Ben How is the increasingly assertive use and indeed Australian position on China. How is that being interpreted in South East Asia. We have this is a very broad region of ten countries of different size from giants like Indonesia to minnows, like Brunei to have been diverse reactions, but broadly speaking I think there's a lot of frustration with the trump administration the way it's being on the one hand increasingly unilateral and unpredictable. But on the other hand, there's this fear of US abandonment if you like in a long-term leaving the region to. Gemini so I think we have to understand. It's a complex picture, right? So the US has to treaty allies in southeast, Asia Thailand, and the Philippines and they've been amongst the countries that are most China friendly and most frustrated with the US government in recent years be while we see a former. FO- like Vietnam there's being one of the most receptive of the US approach to. Try and run the loss years. So it's quite complicated I. Think the real risk here is that the US government and to a lesser extent that I'm camera believes that it's more assertive stance on China is appreciated in the region and I think that's really not necessarily the case because at the end of the day like Australia. But most South East Asian countries China is that biggest. Partner, as well as being geographic neighbor is that you're reading to Huang given the Vietnam of course has been just mentioned is a Cold War Foe of united, states but in in the face of verizon charts getting closer to Washington. Southeast Asian nations have gone through a different phases of. Living next to China, they've known China. Through historical engagements of this is not a new thing for them. The anxiety about China's and China's might end as you mentioned, they've gone through A. Competition to window call when they have still vivid memories of that. So in overall I think they they do have anxiety. There is a pronounced anxiety about the intensifying great-power competition that might. Lead to similar way of asking them to choose sides like was in the Cold War but I think all of them want to keep both China and us in the region a engaged. Also not too. Aggressive or not to assertive, and they also want to involve other. Powers not only the be the two big ones but also Japan Australia's are career and the European countries. A little bit of competition is good for them but took much competition can be nervous. Let's bring it to Indonesia Ben. There's your name subject at the end of last year Indonesia and China had a face off over the ownership of the Natuna islands which are in the southernmost part of the area of the South China Sea claimed by China. Where does Jakarta stand on China? Now it's an, it's an interesting question building a wall who was just talking about because we look at Indonesia's president. Jerko with widow known as Jacoby, I've just written the first English biography of him the plug in that. He he is an economy I president. He is someone who is above all interested in creating more jobs, getting more investment into Indonesia, and especially during a time of covid nineteen when the economy's really collapsed and Jacoby is a transactional leaders that he wants those who are bringing the most money with fewer conditions and right now that is China Chinese state-owned companies. Chinese. Private companies like qualify as well. On, the other hand of course, Jacoby has to be seen to be defending Indonesia's sovereignty and we have had these clashes over fishing rights. I have access to certain waters that you mentioned. So I think when those of come to head, Jacoby has made a symbolic stance. He's gone out to the tune of see visited the islands gone onto ability ship a symbolic declaration. He's going to defend Indonesia's sovereignty but by in laws you trying to stay away from these. Geopolitical issues to play down the tensions with China said of the economic relationship can keep developing. So it's a really difficult balance and I think there's also a shift that's potentially happening in Indonesia. So the old guard if you like in the Foreign Ministry and the government in the military, they really view above all other things strategic autonomy on non-alignment as being the key for Indonesia. So don't get into any alliances don't get too close to any one power but. There isn't new of God if you like coming through increasing, you think Indonesia needs to be a bit more active about engaging with potentially the US Australia, the Europeans Japanese to try and balance out the region. But for now are really think with Jacoby in the hot seat it's the economy I put the geopolitics aside at the end of the day that's a positive for China, but it's not an open and shut case because the had been long been tensions. Between Indonesia and China. So Jacoby like a lot of other leaders in the region, we'll have to find this delicate balance, but it's getting harder and harder and Huong Vietnam your nation. Let's talk about that. It's been pushing back against Chinese expansion in the South China Sea, which threatens Vietnam oil drilling and fisheries, and of course, it's had an ongoing dispute about water flows in me congresses where China has built dams stream at tell us more about Vietnam position on China. Is Getting nece position on on current China is also a frustrated I. Think at Phnom has gone grew proably among all in countries have had the longest history of interaction with China and most cases where it was trying to defend its own national sovereignty and resist China's expansionist tendencies. So it's been ingrained in Vietnamese National Psyche I would say current us of China Sea conflict to end disputes are only. One of the examples of that, but it is similarly with others opposition countries, which is it's harder and harder to seek more peaceful avenues of dispute because it is a strategy in the South China Sea is among others was to include the direct dialogue with China but that is not really much come to help these days with Chinese expansion expansionist tendencies. Now, you mentioned also on which is very important. Aspect in the relationship. Phnom is at any of the lower mccown and China, is a deal a top of the upper and it's projects of a building dams and not only in China, but a call goes invest in dance in now Cambodia Yaman and Thailand that blocks blocks the water flow blocks were flow of the river, which is very important for agricultural conditions in. Asia and it is called the bowl of rice for the region and the countries. Of course, they export rise agricultural produce and also Crohn's fish and stuff like that. So we've China's interference into ecological nature of the river that can potentially add cost a lot of income for the countries, but also with a backup climate change that can pose a certain at time. Security threat to the food safety and food security of the region. So it is quite a leverage that China can have on the lower countries including at Phnom follow question to Ben Bland. Given what you said earlier about the relatively nuanced in measured response of south. East. Asia towards the United. States if you like trying to ride two horses simultaneously. What happens if China's rise continues on, abide it and seeks to dominate the region and America as the acting regional hegemony on goes to great lengths to stop China from dominating is where do you think? Will be of Southeast Asia then it's it's really hard to say how things go election coming up in the US very soon, I think that could have a big impact on how how things go in the. Trump and pretty anti-china. There's really a difference in degree rather than just shooting Washington goes to great lengths to stop China what they. In, that scenario. All I think I think we're probably not GONNA get to a situation where South East Asian countries have to choose one side of such. But what they will have to do is face an increasing number of difficult small choices about what technology they use in their mobile networks about what military exercises that willing to do about what investment projects say yes or no To so life will get tougher and tougher for the region, but I don't think at the end of the day. Any of the countries will be willing to join an alliance either with the US or with China. So they're going to keep trying to find the space in the gaps in between to try and exploit competition for the best interest if you're looking at. The longer term picture I think there's ways the big affair of the US just turning back inwards and the ultimately that the trump presidency. The rise of trump is probably a symptom of the issues in the US which are gonNA lead to a turning inwards and maturing of the US as a power being less influential pretension in Asia and the rest of the world. So, it may not be a question of China in the US coming to a head but the US rhetoric increasing the US pretend you withdrawing from the region
Wall Street Gets Some Slack
"And guys slack making its Wall Street debut on Thursday. Now, this is not your traditional IPO direct listing. We'll talk about that a minute. The ticker symbol is W, O, R K nine work now slack for those unfamiliar is a cloud based, instant messaging type platform for the workplace we use it here, the motley fool we use it to prep for the show, so we are big users, but Andy, I want to know about the stock. What about slack as an invest? Well, it's really interesting. I it's a, it's a I think it will be a very I think it'll be very well, received IPO now as a direct listing doesn't have the support of these underwriters. It has it has Merrill, Lynch, and Morgan Stanley, and has Goldman Sachs helping to make the company go public, but it's not like they are issuing new shares. So slack is not benefiting at all their bid, they're not they're not getting any money from this and not raising capital from this. They are simply a private company one day and the public company in the next with some help with some of those, those banks and up the buyers and sellers. But the company itself is it is really come on. You just think about how we're using this to the motley fool, they have more than six hundred thousand total customers only about one hundred thousand of those are actually paying so they have about five hundred thousand who used their free solution that can get you started into slack. It's a collaborative tool. It's a workplace tool. Stewart Butterfield who founded the company who founded also flicker great name. Yes. A great name. And then he and the CTO at slack, who was also chief, who was also tech leader at flicker before it sold out to Yahoo. They had Dave co-founded slack. They're both very involved and they own a lot of stocks to Butterfield owns probably north of billion dollars worth depending on where the shares trade today, but he owns more than forty two million shares. So. It has just when you think about this push towards collaborative tools, collaborative work environments, the so-called SAS Baso software driven cloud base architecture. That's helping companies that just work better and more efficiently including the motley fool, but they have loads and loads customers. Two thirds of the fortune one hundred are slack customers MAC? So this is not just some small company, the valuation was probably around sixteen billion, and we'll see where the shares trade after today. I do think it will be a successful IPO. I think the demand for the stock will be there. Interestingly, the company is still a small company from a revenue perspective. Really maybe one hundred thirty five million dollars for the last quarter in revenue still not profitable. So we have a company trading around thirty four times trailing. But doubling the new sales are doubling the growth is there and that's what you need to see when you see a company trading at that kind of valuation. So I think it will do. Well, interestingly. You'll only probably get about half of the shares available for trading the six top institutional shareholders control about sixty percent of the stock if they're not sellers that you're not gonna see a lot of float out there. So it's going to be interesting to see how the supply and demand shakeout and that will, of course, affect the stock price and how it trades. And that's what the direct listing so fascinating MAC. Because it needs this needs the buyers and sellers as Ron often says, hey, takes to make a trade will you need the buyers and sellers. And it doesn't have the underwriters to help really facilitate that, so sorry. They will help manage it, but they're not since a company's not issuing new shares the really at the whims of the buyers and sellers. In Andy, you mentioned, the COO earlier, Stewart Butterfield. He said, in a CNBC interview that companies will phase out Email over the next five to seven years. Now. He said that the broader world of Email will stick around we'll still be around, but the companies will phase out Email over the next five to seven years. Is that what has to happen for slow? Lack to succeed. No, it doesn't have to happen. I think E mail will still have some place in there. And let's just be clear. Slackers focus really on the corporate, and the work environment. So they're not really talking about like individual usage. So, like, you know, the killer app from the text messaging Tex-Mex, gene with iphones, and Google all that kind of stuff. Right. So this is really focused on the work environment. So Email may still be around the volume of Email here at the Molly full since we've used slack, I think, has fallen by more than half, maybe even two thirds or so. So our volume of Email flow has dropped dramatically as we continue to use slack. I don't think it Email needs to vanish. And in fact, slack has a lot of the they tie into thousands of different apps, and to API she'd be able to coordinate and, and partner with different applications, including Email. So it doesn't need to happen. But I think he's probably right. The work Email flow will dramatically change over the next five years. So for someone who doesn't know much about slack who may not have it in their workplace. Win win. Are you using slack versus Email? What, what has slack replaced in terms of Email? Well in our preparation for this radio show. I was using slack, for example, and you kind of went quiet issues entering time using it, most of the time. But then he switched to Email sent me an Email. I was. A true or false you may have been late for our taping. It is. That is true. I was really only because there was no official start time. So you can't be laid if there's no starts. Let's not nitpick. Let's not w slack is at its best in my opinion when it's used for short kind of correspondence projects. No. But that's the word not for projects. I think Email is better for project has agreed. With continuing ongoing threats to live event. You have tach moments. You, you have things you want to, you know, keep for long, periods of time, maybe file into folders. I think slack is better for short bursts, like all the software applications. It's not perfect. But I think it is intermarriage improvement. I mean and by the way, there were lots of other companies try and do this Yamen, which I think was bought by maybe Microsoft, and there, there have others who have done this over the years slack had built a solution me it's only been around since two thousand fourteen I think, so they build a solution. That is integrated it is cloud. I it is really focused on helping. Improve the collaboration. So there are times, I think, Iran's, right? There are times when it's bed, and there are times when it's not, although I see it with the lot of the integrations in other software applications getting better. But I agree with Ron. We've talked a lot about this is that it's really good for like, quick, hit, little communications knowledge sharing that kind of thing if you start getting any more robust conversations at least from my experience, that's where more conversations really need to happen slacken help drive that. And by the way, there's now slack video and you can slack. Call up told really is becoming they talk about communications and collaboration money talk about slack. And that's really what they're trying to
Yemen on the brink
"We're looking at the humanitarian crisis in Yemen. The US this week called for peace talks to begin within a month to end hostilities depicted a Saudi led coalition against who rebels a Middle East correspondent spoke to lease grandba- the UN's humanitarian coordinator in Yemen about how bad the crisis is. I want needs to be done to stave off a catastrophic famine. We know the UN has already warned that there is a risk of a big famine in Yemen, like half of Yemen is are at risk of big famine. How bad is the situation right now out of the entire population? In Gaiman more than fifty percent, close to sixty percent of all the people in the country are food insecure. That means that they're struggling to support their families out of the eighteen million. Who we classify as being food insecure? There are eight and a half million people right now who when they wake up in the morning, they have no idea where they will find their next meal, or if they will have won a we have warned that he's conditions. Do not improve improve very quickly. We think another five and a half. Maybe even five point six million more people will be in those pre-famine conditions. And this is why the United Nations last week invoke secured. The council resolution twenty four seventeen which obliges the UN to warn the members of the Security Council when we think that there is a conflict related famine. And we took that step last week that demonstrates how seriously the UN regards this crisis as the UN conjugate futon if free single month, the United Nations World Food program, his distributing food to eight million people the work that they are doing with the frontline NGOs is absolutely heroin. Now, we know that because conditions are deteriorating. So quickly that we have to do even more. Now, I'll admit to you that the operation in Yemen. It's the largest in the world. That's also one of the most difficult operations were working under dangerous, very complex conditions. It's going to be hard for us to continue to scale up. We are committed to doing. So we know that literally millions of lives are at stake and millions of people depend on the United Nations to. Do what is necessary is there enough food in the country? But people don't have access to it or there's just no food. We characterize this as an income famine. And what that means is that what is driving the famine our economic conditions, many destitute families, simply do not have the money that they need to buy the things that they acquire in the market. There's also the problem of the importers ninety percent of all food in Yemen is actually brought into the country. It's imported well for importers to do what they have to do they require foreign currency. And there is a severe shortage of that in Yemen. And that's one of the factors that is driving the depreciation of the currency. And that is limiting the ability of importers to bring in the foodstuffs that will keep people alive. One of the reasons the UN came out last week and said, we are facing pre-famine conditions in Yemen is because the value of the real has depreciated so quickly and to such an extent. That tens of thousands of families. Just can't afford any more what they need and the real depreciates heave him by just a few times, literally tens of thousands of families are thrown out of the market, and they have no option for food except us do militias grab the food. Or once the food is out there. You're able to distribute the food operation that we're running in Yemen is being done under extremely difficult conditions. Now, we bring in hundreds of thousands of metric tons of food, and then it is transported to the areas of the country where people are most at risk. We then use partners on the ground in order to distribute that food now, it's the responsibility of the UN to do everything we can to make sure that the food reaches the people who need it when we know the food isn't getting to the right place. It's our top to take steps, and we do recently in a very hard hit area. We halt. The operation until we were able to get in place the parameters that were necessary to get the food where it had to go. So a militia was not allowing this food to reach people will he was thirties on the ground who wanted the U N to use a certain partner, and that partner just didn't have the track record and didn't have the capacity to do the job the way it needed to be done. And so we insisted that the partner, which we knew could do that work was the one that was chosen you'll this is something that the UN does everywhere we have an obligation to the donors were accountable to the people to do things the right way. And that's why we will sometimes take steps to say, no, we can't go forward with his operation until the right conditions are in place. What is the situation with sports because presumably the food is Shipton what's happening in holiday, then other ports. So the port of data, and that's just north of there solid. These are crucial ports that we described them as the lifeline for. Northern naming eighty to ninety percent of everything northern game and needs comes through these two ports. And because most of the population in Yemen is in the northern part of the country. The ports are just disproportionately important announce why it's been so important throughout the entire conflict that those ports stay open their functioning now, even as fighting escalated in who data starting in June, all in the last three months, those ports of remained open in the UN is continuing to bring food and we've made the point in. We've made it a strongly as we can that. If those ports close even for just a few days the impact will be immediate. And it will be catastrophic. They are the lifeline for millions of people and the coalition were blockading the port is that no longer the case. Now, the ports are open, and we have received commitments from all of the parties to the conflict that they will stay open if they closed millions of lives are at the line. Obviously, it would be great. If a political solution could be reached that would solve problems. But in the short term to avert this famine, what are the steps because the famine is being driven by economic factors. The key to stopping the spread pre-famine conditions is to stop the depreciation of the currency. Stop inflation, make sure that shippers half the foreign currency that they need. So they can bring in the food that people depend on. We also have to make sure that families have income that they're part of public works program. So that they're earning income that they can spend on the market, and those really are the constellation of factors that have to be in place. So this situation doesn't deteriorate further. The how can you stop the depreciation of the real in practical terms, it's very clear that the government of Yemen, and the central Bank of Gaiman really they played the decisive role here if the government of Yemen is able to inject liquidity. Into the economy. So that importers have the money that they need to bring in the shipments. This is gonna make a huge difference. We've also made the point the impetus need the lines of credit, and this is something the central Bank knish you right now these are two steps which would make a huge difference. We know that the government of game and is deeply committed to looking at these issues to solving them. The point that the UN is making is the time to solve them as now that's why we went to the Security Council last week and said Yaman is facing up famine that Khun Gulf the country and be one of the largest in recent memory. We've made that alert and we're hoping that everyone steps forward and find solutions so that the people of aim and have a chance for the future. So this is the government and the central Bank in Aden. That are protected by the coalition. Well, certainly the government of Yemen and the central Bank based in Aden. They're the ones that play the. Sisa fall. They're the ones that are responsible for monetary policy. And because this is an income famine everything depends upon the handling of the currency the handling of monetary policy. That's why they're role is so crucial. Just now the food that you are able to distribute is that enough to sustain people the United Nations provides a supplemental ration, so it will keep you alive, but not over the medium to long term. It's a supplemental emergency food ration. That means that if you're destitute, and you have absolutely no way of surviving except on you in food. You cannot do that for the medium-term. And this is one of the things we're most worried about in Yemen. There have been literally millions of people who have had no other source of food men the UN for several years now, and these people will they are in terrible trouble. Their immune cycles are breaking. Down. These are the people that we worry the most about right now. Our children already dying of starvation. It's very clear that there are millions of children that are malnourished across the country seven million people are malnourished and three million of those are children. If you go to many of the hospitals in the therapeutic feeding centers on the mound nutrition centres, which you see breaks, your heart. It absolutely is devastating to see young boys and young girls that don't have a chance. They're starving to death. We see it every day. You get the impression that the world is not paying enough attention to Yemen. His very clear that the crisis in Yemen is one of the most dramatic and deeply warring crisis in the world, the UN characterizes what's happening in Yemen has the worst crisis globally. Seventy five percent of the entire population needs some form of assistance, and there's no other country in the world who are higher percentage of the population needs help. If this crisis is not resolved will the consequences be bad. Just full the people of Yemen humanitarian crisis or are there? Other reasons why the words should take notice humanitarian crises are rarely self contained. They have consequences that extend far beyond. I think in the case of game. And what's absolutely clear is that the magnitude of the crisis risked, so many things that we care about you know, when countries breath. Down when they fall apart. But we see our mass migration human trafficking, transboundary, epidemics, the breakdown of law and order creates conditions that allow for the spread of insurgency it can allow for the spread of terrorist groups that have international aspirations and intent it's so important that he Ayman is stable. It's important for the people came in first and foremost, it's important for the region. And it's important for all of us.