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"yoon" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"I'm Yoon Hee, of course, separated by like nine holes, he said. Don't let them get within nine holes of me, but I understand you played very well played really good birdie the last two holes. We all start off on number. 10 brag, brag, birdied the par five number eight along Exposition Boulevard and then number nine. I had a really good driver, Good Gap wedge and made about a 6 ft. Putt for birdie. Remember to pick up all those It's for you Remember to pick up all these empty Tito's bottles. You left me on. I'm sorry. Is that you over there, but no good afternoon, Vito head, Clements. Ladies and gentlemen, How are you, gentlemen? You know what today is, Don't you Friday? No. Yeah, He is the better the bit stealer. He'll step on. Whatever you got today is Friday. My little sports nuggets and I'm looking forward to our twin liquors. Twin picks today at 5 30 on. I'm also looking forward to our newest bit If you miss the show yesterday, coming up on sports talk today is going to run down things that happen to you when you're 47. That's exactly right yesterday when we learned what happens when you laugh too hard. You laugh too hard. Kind of like, you know, we can I've got a new one away for the next installment of that 47 things to me that I I hope I don't make it to 47. We get a bumper for that. Can we get a jingle for that? Stole that one. We can't stand the radio from Willie Nelson. That's without the outliving out. OK? Yeah, fine. That's good. How you Jay? I'm excellent. Oh, yeah? Yeah. Yeah. We had a okay. Um, yeah, For the most part. My my power has not returned. Beano. Normally I blast the wall along way now, sometimes in a All the directions. I hit it. I hit it onto exposition. I hit it over exposition. Sometimes it gets blasted one way. But today or the other, I've shifted into full on old man game where I'm just trying to hit it. A good A good, solid 1 90 down the middle, you know, then take a five iron in beauty. That's not a bad place. Yeah, but sometimes I still have a bit of a control issue. Actually. What's that? Which hold it? I birdie had the long part. Five on the back nine. Number four or number 15 15 number 14 for a I played it all the way that I played the the adjacent fairway up the side of a bird. In a matter of fact, I encountered a foursome of home. I don't know. It was like he did some fishing. Well, you know, he was golfing today a swell Maybe there was a fishing opportunity because it was a foursome of ladies. They were older, late. I don't know how. But I don't want to call them elderly but movies that start like this ladies and so I had to wait for them to tee off before I could get over to my shot. I'm sorry, man was this our ball got trolled by one of them as I was, as I was driving to my ball. One of them just goes dick socks. So she goes. Where do you think you're going? And I was like this A this is ah! Let me tell you. This is weird. The same. I'm taking a shortcut. Hey, lady, I'm fixing to birdie. This hole is the same thing happened to me on that ally it to the right on and I get my utility in front of me is one of my neighbors who who looks like a postman. He dresses like a postman, Postman, Blue and grey. He looks I call in the postman. I should prefer post person out of my life and I hit it right by He picks up the ball in camp it. Oh, and I drove up. Said Oh, John. John, I'm so sorry I was that you at all you know, listen. He picked up took your ball took my ball. Cool, man, But that was OK. OK, Trev in and I won the first four holes and then lost the final. 14 so well, head Clements. Very generous with his balls. Yeah, that's the way that we got to do that beat. Only our people need balls. You've got to get a bone. That's why she hadn't left on that hole. You go give your balls to the marriage. Student housing over there, Okay? Quickly on Thursday night football. You guys watch the Packers beat down on the 49. I c. I don't know if you can read anything into this, eh? It's Thursday night Football B turns out meaning the 40 Niners you wantto have most of your roster available instead of they had $80 million worth of salary on injured reserve. Now a lot. I believe it because I watched that game. Oh, my. That was just a lot of that is Jimmy Garoppolo. George Kittle. Somebody on this show said the difference between Jimmy Garoppolo and Nick Mullins is not that great. That was made was you was me. Do you still stand by that? I'm still not a fan of Jimmy Garoppolo. Come on. That Collins was that he did not look like it. Fells. Very DeNucci s last night order back there. Ah, And, yeah, Aaron Rodgers look everywhere I look, everybody's just given the M V P to Russell Wilson already. And Rogers has 300 yards in four touchdowns. Effortlessly ball hogging it on the goal line a little bit. I feel like but but, yeah, he's out there, just throwing, you know, four touchdowns with that bombed Adam's off his back foot, just like of the wrist like He's the J. That's that. That's the man in the arm you want to grow into when you matured around that age. Aaron Rodgers still looks healthy and effortless to that guy and Devante. Adam's real good. Who was the sucker who said the decay? Metcalf was the best receiver in football? Davante Adams might be. I'm going to just update that I would like to see him. Battle it out. I mean, He's good. Yeah, He's really, really good. Really good. But what is there in Aaron Rodgers in the game in the fourth quarter, and they took him out late, But that worried me, too. I'm thinking, yeah, the finalist 34 17, but it wasn't that close. I think it was 34 to 3 with, like, five minutes left in the 40. Niners put up a couple of garbage touchdowns the rest in peace. Your fantasy team If you started any funny Niner last night. Well, like your brother Beato like him. Fool man, One of us is playing against Dale Dudley, who had Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams. Wow. Yeah, it's all right. All right. Already kicked his ass out of mourning drives on. I can't wait to go there telling what you said during the next break, Little snitch. Next break. Stand up right now, Jason, and be back in a moment. Introducing touch free payments from papal a safe way if your customers to pay whether you're a market seller Poodle, pamper.
MLB awards: Finalists unveiled for Manager of the Year
"The fact that MLB started doing this naming the three finalists. Am I telling you for the past couple of years, and they've they've announced the finalists for the major awards day towards being handed out next week Monday. Next Monday, is Rookie of the year man to the years next Tuesday. Cy Young is on Wednesday and then m V P, of course, is on Thursday. So to me, the most interesting one is the manager of the year, especially in the American League and usually like man who cares, But I think it's very interesting because The three guys who they've picked in the American League to be the manager of the year. One of them is Kevin Cash, who had a fantastic regular season but has been blasted for one managerial movie made in the World Series, which was taking Blake snout too early. Yeah, he pulled a Dave Roberts. Yeah, and it makes no sense to me at all. Why he would do that, And he's going to say it's the analytics. But if you look at the numbers Blake they're actually the third time through the lineup is better than he is the second time through the lineup. And he was making them look ridiculous. Absolutely. I mean, it was. It was just stupid. How bad they looked any just struck out the top three guys in the orders twice. So that means none of them had made contact Justin Turner. Mookie Betts. Corey Seager had made zero contact, and that's the Yoon said Betts doesn't swing and miss. He makes contact and he was he made. That's look ridiculous. He absolutely didn't know that. But this year better actually hit worse against lefties. Entity is right. But that's beside the point. Yes, so Kevin Cash is one Of the three managers. Charlie Montoya. The Bluejays is another one, which I think is great. And I think it's hilarious that the third manager of the heirs, Rick Renteria, who is no longer manage manager, he was relieved of his job. So we have a guy who made a horrible managerial decision guy who's no longer managing, then you're trying. Montoya.
Why did Victoria hesitate to remove restrictions?
"We've been holding our breath until yesterday for an announcement on as restrictions in Victoria but it didn't come even though the fourteen day average rolling average is now down below five, which was the threshold of opening up. So why has the Premier Daniel Andrews delayed announcing an easing of restrictions as we said, many times on Krona casts that average of five is not really a terribly meaningful figure and as you get done to low numbers, what counts is in fact, the outbreak status of the virus. and. He you got this outbreak in the northern suburbs. Kind of reprises what happened at the beginning of the second wave in that corridor and the uncertainty that comes with it. So I, think you can take a kind of conspiracy theory to this that it's not being transparent or you can actually imagine what's going on there and I suspect this is taking advantage of the situation that we're still in lockdown taking advantage in a good way or in a bad way. Neither really it's more that the don't fully what's going on. It's clear from a few things that we've seen this probably started with the hospital break and then spread to the suburbs, and it just shows yet again can start from small beginnings. This is quite a significant outbreak. They think they know where every getting it from and they've tied at down but that's the key question. The irony here is that if this happened two weeks from now, let's say for example, yesterday they announced the lifting of restrictions and you've got this outbreak two weeks from now there's no way they would have reimposed lockdown. They were done their best to cope with it. I think what they're doing is being simply pragmatic in the saying okay. We've got lockdown going. Let's just not lifted up quite yet tour. Absolutely sure. We've got this nailed because there's no going back from here and I really think it's as simple as that unless we're not getting the full story I just think it's we can't go back. Let's keep it going the other thing that they might be. Thinking about here is chemical back to where we came into the story back in June. July which is if you remember rightly they ring thirty six suburbs I it was ten post codes, but that didn't work back then but they didn't have mask wearing and the weren't very restricted really at that point. So it's not surprising that didn't work but are they thinking right now that they might actually. Continue the lockdown in the northern suburbs of Melbourne and everywhere else go I mean that would be difficult thing for them to do politically and a very difficult thing emotionally and psychologically for a lot of Melburnians. So I suspect it's buying them at a time just to make sure they've got it nailed they've been through a lot of pain already you could imagine that you wouldn't want to throw it away. If you thought that there was the potential for it to flip back up again but it's big ask and you said before Norman that perhaps we need more transparency from Victoria, what do you mean by that I think is more transparency now than there was, but you just get the feeling sometimes you're not getting the whole story. And when you shoot probably be getting more information than you are but I suspect that they. Simply. Don't know I mean the most kind explanation is probably the most pragmatic which is. CONTACT TRACING IS PR- getting pretty good on Fridays are in breakfast which I was hosting I interviewed professor. Yoon. Wallace who runs contact tracing he was talking through how they really do feel the this. The concentration has improved locked and I specifically asked him about this northern suburbs break and he felt that they didn't fight have that under control. So the feeling pretty optimistic on Fridays or something's happened Friday and Sunday, but it may just be that they didn't have all the information and they just won't that another couple of days in lockdown. So we know that coronavirus isn't the only health problem facing people in Victoria because we're human beings and we're dealing with all sorts of things and one of the really big things that perhaps we should be giving. More, attention to on corona cost is the mental health side of things. We've had a question or comment from someone who lives in Melbourne saying the haven't left home since July, and now they're afraid to go out not because I might get covid nineteen. But because they're afraid of what they'll find in the world will their favorite shops and cafes be shutdown will be taming the Christmas shoppers or will they be ghost town? Everyone's wearing mosques they to Costra phobic Agra phobic self-conscious traumatized to contemplate it. So how do they explain that they still can't leave they? Even though they not locked down and how do they get help I'm so sorry to hear this comments and I suspect you're not alone. But you need help. I knew actually help very quickly because what you're showing signs of is really quite an of a serious anxiety issue. And you've got to actually get that sorted out and you can get it sorted out by speaking to a psychologist and entering into some cognitive behavioral therapy with a psychologist can talke through this get down to the bottom of your thought processes and really readjust you're thinking you should not continue to feel like this. First of all is agony for you. Secondly, there's no shame in it, and thirdly there is help. So the best thing I can probably suggest. Is the beyond blue coronavirus helpline where they will be able to find you help and that's on one, eight, hundred, five, one, two, three, four, eight, one, eight, hundred, five, one, two, three, four, eight. If that doesn't help
Housing Boom: Sales of Million-Dollar Homes Double
"The pandemic is driving a record setting boom in the housing market, according to new numbers just out today, and as NPR's Kris Arnold reports, it's also exposing the ever growing gulf between the haves and the have nots in America. Overall about 20% more homes were sold in September compared to a year ago. But the most dramatic increases their happening at the top end of the market. Sales of homes costing a million dollars in up have more than doubled since last year. I don't ever recall home sells doubling in a 12 month times that Very unusual. That's Lawrence Yun, the chief economist of the National Association of Realtors. He says people are working from home while juggling their kids, remote schooling him and many who can afford to are buying bigger houses. Mortgage companies are making money hand over fist. Right now they're doing so many more home loans. Some are running ads like Thiss and although together is great, together with more space Is better. It's not just the super rich buying bigger places home selling between 255 $100,000, though, saw a 36% jump in sales. Meanwhile, the median home price has also just hit a new record. $312,000 Now you did great news for homeowners as they're seeing equity devised and why, but Yoon says prices are rising too fast. Economists like to see home prices climb in line with people's wages. But home prices, he says, are way beyond that. He will eventually lead to a talking point where first time buyers simply cannot show up to the market because they can't afford to buy any house that actually want to live in. And he's worried that that will lead to even greater income inequality. A that virgins in society you have to have With homeownership gaining their equity. Those people who would like to become homeowners continually being frustrated, Yoon says. Already, there are fewer first time Homebuyers as Faras. What's driving up prices? It's low interest rates, and there are also just aren't enough homes for sale. Construction is ramping up so that should help eventually. But for now, Homebuyers air quickly pouncing on the few homes that get put
Gore-Tex: Inventor of waterproof fabric Robert Gore dies aged 83
"A man who invented a material that keeps everyone dry, has died. Robert W. Gore, the inventor of the breathable, yet waterproof fabric cortex, has died. Cortex revolutionized outerwear, shoes and workout gear and a patents led to countless other uses with medical device. Is an even space travel in 1969 while working at his father's company lab or discovered that stretching a polymer created a micro poor structure who's holds are smaller than water droplets and kept water out while letting Aaron that's a bee sees Yoon Hee han he was
Ship leaking tons of oil off Mauritius has split apart
"Environmental groups warning the damage could be irreversible. After an oil spill from a Japanese ship. ABC is Yoon Hee Han the M B Y Cascio has split into after running aground your Mauritius on July 25th after days of pounding waves. The ship's hull began cracking on August 6th and started leaking 1000 tons of fuel. The government declared an environmental emergency, prompting thousands of volunteers to make oil barriers from Fabric, sugar cane leaves and even human hair. This past week, the vessels owner Nagasaki Shipping pumped most of the remaining 3000 tonnes of fuel out of the ship. But the Mauritius government now facing pressure to explain why it didn't empty the rest of the fuel, immediately, the prime minister blaming
Tipping the Waiter at the TikTok Table; Howard Schultz: This is a five-star emergency
"Up on today's podcast tech and the platform that's finally got adults talking tick tock tech stocks have been on a tear salesforce Microsoft and facebook all hit record highs this week. But leading the charge apple last Friday I will lead over ten percent in one day yesterday the stock closed at an all time high and now apple is just a few percentage points away from hitting a two trillion dollars market cap the golden number to get it there four, hundred, sixty, seven dollars and seventy seven cents a share. And it looks like apple wine this milestone before it's order one stock split goes into effect at the end of this month. The other companies in the headlines? This Week tiktok beloved by teems commonly misunderstood adults, and now a chesapeake in international business and diplomacy. Here's injury Ross Mark and we've been talking TIKTOK and Microsoft and all of what's happening in Washington. Eunice Yoon reporting now that it's not just Microsoft but to other tech firms that are in talks with Tik Tok owner by dance over a possible sale in president trump said yesterday, he was ready to approve a purchase of the US operations tiktok. But then he said the only woman to do it if the government receives a lot of money in exchange listen to this. Microsoft or somebody else who was the Chinese? What what the price is the United States could should get a very large percentage of that price because we're making it possible without us you know I use the expression it's like the landlord and the tenant. And without the lease the tenant doesn't have the value what we're sort of in a certain way the lease we make it possible to have this great success, tick toxic tremendous success, but a big portion of its in this country. Sale? Yeah. Whatever the number is, would it would come from the civil on Wall Street banker problems. By the way they call that tipping the waiter, but I don't think we've ever tipped the government for transaction president trump said he told Microsoft's CEO that a very substantial portion of the price is going to have to come into the treasury of the United States because quote or making it possible for this deal to happen I was on the phone by the way with. The people involved in this transaction deal teams on all sides who heard that yesterday. Couldn't really even make. Heads or tails of what the president was saying how. Would you hey the government what would that look like could there be a formulation where ultimately you come to some kind of transactional agreement and then you announce that you're making some kind of infrastructure investment in the in the United States who you're going to create some kind of jobs I'm literally, this is the conversation that's happening inside the room among these companies. If we created some companies without yesterday we got to it. It's what did you say? I. Heard it reported yesterday when I first started reporter yesterday I thought he's just saying this stuff off the cuff he doesn't really mean it. Then I saw what he actually said I thought wow, he does mean it. I don't even know how you could possibly as somebody WHO's working on this deal come up with anything that makes any sense and Steve Ballmer Steve Balmer was with us yesterday and said as a shareholder as the top shareholder Microsoft he would love to see this deal get done at the right price. Gets an exciting proposition for Microsoft. obviously depends on the price. Price is important as well as whatever restrictions come from a government perspective but I think it's an exciting avenue for Microsoft to really increase its consumer base. I don't know how you figure out any sort of pricing right pricing when you have to then go in and add some significant number on top that you'd be paying to the US Treasury. Well, what are they? Going to happen is because this is a bit of evaluation game. And I hate to say, we're going to be using trump valuation but I think that what's going to happen is they're going to effectively. Create a higher valuation for the overall business. Then kind of create something where they can say we're giving you something and that bite dance is giving it. That's the other important part of the view at least from what I understand Turnley among these groups is that the money has to come out of China not out of a US company. So you're going to have to make it appear whatever that whatever it is that you're giving to appear that China's not getting part of that's because Peter Navarro and others don't frankly want US money. Ten twenty thirty billion forty billion dollars ending up in the hands of China for the. So there's so many sort of China. has already weighed in. On this today that China has weighed in on this today through some of the states that media where they are saying that you know the US is basically stealing us and trying to do take off with this that it's a rogue nation now at this point. So the idea that you are going to come up with something that satisfies the trump administration and at the same time satisfies the communist government in China Good luck with that I mean this is they're going to get caught in between the two the two with this because even though China may not. Necessarily, be looking for some of the same angles. It's not going to say, okay, it's okay for the US to come out looking like this and stealing our company and don't worry about it. CEO of Tiktok you know or bite dance don't worry about it. We'll live with that sort of a kind of a slap in the face. To all this stuff we're talking about it. Sorry Andrew it. It overshadows the the lead of the story right and that's that there are possibly other suitors for the US. Of tiktok, we we we talked yesterday Andrew about well, maybe media companies would be interested in this property. Now, you know the the wording here that that we use her that Eunice was reporting was other tech offense, which which makes it even more interesting and who these other tech companies. May Be an at. Are they based in the US or are they elsewhere? It would be very I. I would imagine it would be very hard for Google or Amazon or an apple etc to try to buy this company given the anti-trust pressures on them, I. Think my understanding was that the White House preferred that liked the Microsoft choice from a regulatory perspective. So it's all very interesting by the way the other piece of this is the part I. Really don't understand if you're apple today, you know we're talking about this two trillion dollars market cap that keeps going up and up and up. Given. Given. The China risks now now, maybe look they foxconn supplying hundreds of thousands of people if not more than are making these phone so maybe they can't just say to Tim. Cook. Good luck to you but I would think there would be risk if we do this to a Tiktok what kind of a backlash reciprocal. Backlash is China going to have for some US companies doing business there? That's the part I don't understand say knock built into any of the. It it's it's no different than the same conversations we were having during the depths of the trade war. Right? We had these same conversations. We push too hard if the tariffs are to punitive companies are companies like apple, the ones that are going to face the pushback or the retaliation in some way and I think it's fair to say that that that never really came back to these two tech companies I mean, she didn't say where those tech companies were based and and I wonder what the US would do that if if it was being pursued by a company, another technology company based in China but not based in the United States either how would Sylvia's see something like that and would they still threaten to turn off the the APP in the United States if it was not a US company?
Hong Kong Is Keeping Pro-Democracy Candidates Out of Its Election
"Disqualified 12 pro democracy candidates from upcoming elections, deepening political tension in the Chinese territory. The decision is already being criticized as another significant erosion in Hong Kong's freedoms. But it's being welcomed by the cities Beijing and stole the leadership. Officials are saying that the activists were disqualified for failing to adequately pledge allegiance to Hong Kong under the leadership ofthe mainland China. Those prevented from standing include one time student later, Joshua Womb. Former Demus Isto party leader Tiffany Yuen and lawyer Alvin Yoon, as well as other high profile figures, some of whom are sitting members of the existing legislature. BBC's Stephen McDonald. China says long range
China orders closure of US consulate as tensions escalate
"Let's get to this. China's story escalation overnight. It's important, isn't it? I thought we had big trade deal going on their. Beijing is revoking the license for us. Consulate in China. After US ordered China's Houston conflict to close by today. I wonder how POMPEII is. Speech is being taken over there, too. I mean. He stopped short of regime change, but. I mean it almost sounded like he was going there for a while? The truth is that our policies and those of other free nations resurrected China's failing economy only to see Beijing bite the international hands the feeding. Eunice Yoon joins us up with the latest. High, Eunice, yeah, now it did, but as you said he did stop short, but when he was talking about China in his blistering speech, he described it as a Frankenstein. That's what struck me that he described it as a Frankenstein that was created by the policies of the free world. And he was essentially calling on all countries within the free world to. Unite against a Communist China saying that if the free world allows China to continue. Pursuing its path that that could potentially change the free world so. It was a speech that the foreign ministry did not like they called it. Full of ideological bias said that it was. Unattached to reality? But it did take some measures specifically out on the consulate in thome do so that conflict is now going to be shutdown of the state media said it's going to be within seventy two hours so by Monday and the Foreign Ministry also accused the American staff. There of interfering in Chinese internal affairs state media the the reasoning. Of. Why China chose tone do. Is this. It's essentially one of the smaller consulates compared to the others. It's seen as not having a huge impact on American business, but at the same time would hurt because the media. Have pointed out and quoting experts as saying that that's where America. A gathers information on strategic weapons in the region and also gathered information on the situation in Tibet. So the reason why this is being explained in the state media is because the messaging is that Beijing wants to show that it's tough. It wants to be able to match what the US is doing at the same time. It wants to say there's a little bit of a door open because we don't want to have an escalation of tensions, even though, of course it's seems really difficult. To see where it all heads
Vintage Super Mario Bros. video game sells for $114,000
"Copy of the original Super Mario brothers has become the most expensive video game ever sold at auction. We get more from ABC is Yoon Hee Han, an unopened copy of Super Mario brothers selling for a record $114,000 at Dallas Face Heritage Auctions. Not only was the 1985 Nintendo Classic seal in its original box, it also had a cardboard Hank Tap, making it extremely rare. The company used cardboard hang tabs on test market copies for the U. S. Before switching to plastic wrap. But the switch happened before the cardboard Hank Tab was removed, making the wrapped hang tab completely useless, but apparently very vintage and valuable. You neon, ABC news
"yoon" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"I'm Yoon Hee Han. Debate over masks wears on in California, Kimberly Williams says she went to Santa Monica's beach to escape the heat. We're anticipating it to be packed, so we brought our mask and taking safety precautions and just came to have a nice time. While in Ohio protester Janet Levinson rally against a facemask mandate in Cleveland. If we want to wear a mask, it's fine. Wear a mask. But if we don't want to marry, wear a mask and cover our face, I don't believe we should. We should have to. Earlier in the week, Ohio officials ordered Basque wearing in public for anyone in the seven Red alert counties and Roger Stone, suggesting the president saved his life by commuting the prison sentence. He was to start next week, saying that Georgia Prison has 20 cases of covert 19. Stone has respiratory illness and underlying health issues. And in Israel, a massive protest against economic hardships brought on by the Corona virus. Lockdowns. Organizers estimate 10,000 gathered in a television square. This is ABC News. Dylan Maxwell is trying to get released from jail on bond while she awaits her trial on sex trafficking charges, and prison officials are taking every precaution to prevent her from the same fate as her former boyfriend. Convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, a bee sees Ava Helga reports, Maxwell is under constant monitoring, wearing only paper, clothes and no sheets on the bed. Her lawyer's proposing she'd be released on $5 million bond with GPS monitoring. The British socialite vigorously denies charges. She helped Epstein recruit groom and abused three teenage girls in the mid nineties and will fight any allegations against her. But some of Epstein's alleged victims want her behind bars. The hearing.
"yoon" Discussed on Lochhead on Marketing
"Right. Now we have to have a finer. I on it to make sure that we're getting this mix of thoughtfully aggressive and radically generous right. But I don't think we should have any Offense or buts about it. Entrepreneurial COMPANIES INNOVATIVE COMPANIES MAKING MONEY. While helping the world those things are not necessarily mutually exclusive. I just don't buy this way and and I think I think it goes back to I always think about Like growing up in Hawaii like you. Mango trees are a precious commodity. And you can have people like fighting over them because if you know nothing quite like a good mango from Hawaii. That's when it's ripened the summer season and it falls on the ground. That's the big question is who's mango. Is it right if you know if it's your tree but it extends over into your neighbor's yard or whatever and stuff but if a mango falls on your property and roll somewhere else does anybody here? Everybody was the truth. Yeah but like it. It's really hard to be radically generous with the tree that you haven't taken care of. That doesn't bear much fruit right really easy to be radically generous. When you've you know the tree is thriving and there's a ton of fruit and there's no way you could eat them all and if you don just GonNa Spoil and bugs are GonNa come that some that you don't want either and stuff in and I think what we're really talking about is the natural progression of category Queen and someone who's created a category done. Well thought about it from that perspective and what happens. Is You generate abundance and That abundance Sometimes category that has a shelf life in. It's smarter to give it away if you're in the food business right but sometimes Your abundance like Ip doesn't really expire. And so he should be that much more generous with it and you know impart This is what we talk about. You know the better way to acquire customers 'cause you WanNa keep your Caq and everything else down is to give away your Ip. Give away the stuff and you have a ton of that would go bad if not you can give it away or could be better purpose. Don't worry about the opportunity cost but trust that If you have designed a wealth category well and that your offer That you provide Has transformative an outcomes for your customers. You should be like you know what if I give this away. You're going to be so hooked on it that you're going to be begging for to pay me for the next time around and that's the reality of how you should be engaging in customer. X. Was Acquisition. Especially in this time because people will remember that for the life yes people are. GonNa Remember what we did as individuals and what we did is brands and companies for a very long time any. Is there anything else you'd like to touch on before we wrap now I? I'm super psyched about this. I'm I'm hopeful. That People Chime in and share other Tactics and actions and strategies that are in that radical generosity and thoughtfully aggressive lane so that we can crowdsource our way out of this crisis. Yes and You and I share many many things. Of course one of them is desire that This idea of thoughtfully aggressive and radically Generous sparks ideas and thinking and new approaches and hopefully help companies Survive and maybe even is it okay to say we want our companies thrive after this. That's that's the reality is that no one will begrudge a company thriving and succeeding that is also radically generous. Yes the other. Companies that are monopolies that get people people crap on. It's because they lack empathy and they are not radically generous. They've just been thoughtfully aggressive. And so I think that the to go in tandem and actually reinforce one another alright at noon. I know it's Corny to say this but I'm GonNa say it anyway. I love you. I love you too brother. You're amazing thank you so much appreciate it all right would like to thank the legendary. Eddie Yun himself you can visit him at. Eddie would grow dot net on the Internet and make sure you pick up a couple hundred thousand copies of his book Super Consumers. My good friends one fully lived dot. Org The nonprofit helping you Dream Plan and live your best life and man. We could use some help on that right now. One life fully lived dot org my friends at bottleneck dot online have been physical distancing before physical distancing was a thing check out the power of a virtual assistant at bottleneck dot online. If you're in the BBC space in Silicon Valley you WanNa talk to my friends at Trinet. At R. E. Dot Net because ultra net has been building legendary B. Two B. Websites for over twenty years. At R. E. DOT net. If you're in beautiful Australia and you want to do some legendary marketing visit rapid media DOT COM dot. Au for legendary marketing media and communications in Australia. 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Lia Park and the Missing Jewel by Jenna Yoon
"Aladdin acquired debut middle great author Jenner Unions Korea. Methology inspired novel Leah Park and the missing jewel pitched as Harriet. The spy meets race to the Sun. This contemporary finally follows a twelve year old. Who was a part of a magical spy organization and must use her skills as she chases clues with your best friend to rescue her parents from an evil diviners spirit. Publication is scheduled for summer. Twenty twenty two re-re. Do you know which career mythology this is inspired by. Not a clear. Nothing with joy. I think we've mentioned as like multiple times on those podcasts. My my knowledge for Korean mythology and folklore almost non-existent ninety two. And that's about maybe it's a social world where it's like you have like the Fox spirits and the what do you guys call Goblins in the whole k. Drama Potter Right. Yeah took maybe yeah. Yeah but but the English title is Goblin Magical spy organization. I mean there were spy networks In like quote Unquote Futile Korea. So it might just be like a spin on that. I don't know sorry. I'm like a very uneducated person when it comes to Korean mythology. Yeah I have nothing to contribute. One of our listeners can witness or we can talk to one of these days. Yeah so next up little. Be Yellow Jacket. Bought North American rights to writer food long and illustrator and Rica's graphic novel black blood in a world where magic is outlawed a young age versus the Kingdom of Aliyah to rescue his sister. Publication is set for fall. Twenty twenty one a lot of magic. I love it. We need it. We need a desperately time coming out until two thousand twenty one okay. That's for though next. Inky wordpress acquired debut author Kylie Baker's the keeper of the night and it sequel set in nineteenth century Japan that is haunted by the goddess of death. The novel stars a half reaper. Have Sheena Gami copy between her two worlds and belonging to neither as she fights monsters and struggles for acceptance. Publication is set for fall. Twenty twenty one way so half reaper. Have Schnitt gummy. So like is that like some sort of hopper situation where you're half lake the Western death and half the the eastern gotTA death. I'm not sure it wasn't really clear. If like half the half Chigney Gami part was just like Explaining what should he got me was a three per half. She got me but like I am not sure that is probably what it is because there is a common in between the two so. I totally read that wrong. I thought it was going to be a battle between death. And he's a nominee the Japanese of death and this this percents pick sides. This is still cool. I guess not. Yeah I mean like there's a lot of cool stuff out there. That's based on like shinnied. Gummy Lor like. That's always call like bleach and like you. Hawker show which bleach ripped off their soul eater. There's lot there's also death node obviously lots of good stuff to pull from. But if you think about it are we always haunted by? The God of death is in a constant state of being. Just think about well in these times against so so deep Marvin next up MC Eldery Books Bought Twenty Twenty Morris Award Finalist Nafisa Assads. Why a novel? The wild ones a broken anthem for a girl nation. The novel is a multi perspective feminist narrative about a fierce band of magic wielding girls. The wild ones who have survived unspeakable things and are determined to save other girls from the cruelties and tragedies they have had to endure. Publication is set for summer. Twenty twenty one. I feel like there are a lot of these stories coming on now involving like a is which organizations like I think I think like May Matt like Magic Organization has always been part of literature. It used you're seeing an uptick for the next year or two years. Judging by like the book deals that people have been
"Today. We're talking about a warrior princess and founding mother who laid the foundation for a new culture. This is the story of Princess. Yoon Inga anger was born in the early twelfth century. What's now northern Ghana? She was the daughter of King. And that Ma'am Brucie tribe. And she soon became renowned for her beauty. Strong will and talent on the battlefield from the age of fourteen. She showed great skill with a variety of weapons. A particular talent for taming wild horses. She joined her father in battles against neighbouring enemy tribe and even commanded her own battalion at such a young age angle was forced to be reckoned with riding. The finest Royal Stallion. In Inga's father was very proud of his daughters martial abilities but he was protective of her tip. Refuse to let you NEGGA choose husband determined to find a way to show her father that she wanted to get married. Yanga decided to take action. She planted a field full of week. Her father praised for agricultural prowess but when the field was ready for harvest in anger let the crops raw when her father asked her why she wasted these resources. Unesco responded that being barred from marriage made her feel the same way as the rotted meat unique. His father wasn't pleased enraged. He imprisoned her to ensure that she would never find a husband after several weeks. One of the king's horsemen started to sympathize with the youngest player in the dead of night. He helped disguise her as a man and smuggled her out of the kingdom together they wrote North. The duo was then attacked by an enemy. Try Companions killed still. She continued riding north. One night in found yourself lost in a forest or she met a lonely elephant. Hunter named Riyal when Riyal discovered in English true identity. It fell in love. And you ain't got the husband. She always wanted Brielle and Yanga had a son named Odria Goo which means stallion P- youngest son went onto found the Mossi kingdom in modern day or Kina Foucault Yanga story for Foundational Legend of the land to this day Odria Goo is still a common surname among the most which is the largest ethnic group in the country in Angus. Drive to pursue. What she wanted in life defy gender roles at the time making her a model for pursuing dreams in the face of resistance
"yoon" Discussed on Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast
"Very well so excited to be here. Have you hear me out of the cave? That writers usually are in the sunlight and people avenue. So this is a book about It's fictional but it's about a specific time in history about Laos and during the Vietnam War the Vietnam War and certainly in the very beginning. It's SORTA lays out where we're at. It wasn't something I was super familiar with. Were you familiar with it? Before you started writing the no not at all growing up in upstate. New York my history. Classes were completely focused on the Vietnam War in Vietnam so I knew very little about Laos knew very little about what was going. On in Cambodia and so- stumbling upon this was was was heartbreaking but also regulatory as well and I just I really wanted to explore that and then I is part of it wanting to give sort of voice to this period in history that that so many people don't know much about yeah absolutely. There's that I think also like many of us I've sort of. I've gone through many emotions these past few years. I've been scared I've been confused. I've been frustrated and by certain events and I think when I stumbled upon this I felt similarly this sort of attract that this is a years long bombing campaign nine years nine years. I'm just putting the context of the size of Laos and the amount of bounds. We're talking about so allows is a size of Utah if anyone from Utah and so it was an incessant just kind of bond campaign that lasted for nine years and statistically you'd the US dropped over two million tons of ordinances which is more than was dropped on Germany and Japan combined during World War. Two ON UTAH. Yeah Essentially Right. And so that breaks down to a bombing every eight minutes twenty four hours a day for nine years. It's incredible it's unimaginable. You've written a lot about war about people both affected by it displaced by. This is something that happened to your grandfather. Firsthand completely personally. Yeah grandson of a North Korean refugee who escaped started over again and South Korea Solomon Immigrant. My father came here in the seventies S. And so I was. You know I worked on that story to ago and but I also realized it was a personal story for me but I also realized that this was a story. That was occurring everywhere. It happened there was happening now and I just I want to continued. Continue that journey you. The stories told From the From the perspective of three orphans. And when you start writing a book like this and you make this choice to use these three characters. Do you know when you embark on what the outcomes of each of their stories are. Do you find it in the writing now. Not at all. I'm stumbling around in the dark. It's it's baby steps baby steps and sort of trust and also a lot of mistakes and going down dead ends. And so you're literally just crawling. You're married you're married to a fellow writer. Vanenburg Laura Van Berry and do you guys share your reading with each other is helpful to have another writer as it nightmare to be married to a writer for. Oh No no we share actually so we we met before we were publishing and so writing with sort of Just an extension of our relation. It was sort of like another love language and so I just remember living in tiny basement apartment apartment in Boston with her. There's like three hundred ninety square feet and I remember that exact number because I was so pissed off that I can afford you. Know like a four hundred square foot and so and so her desk right there midas was here and we would both be writing together. I mean literally close enough so that I can just reach. It's good that you get along. You're writing companion though in the moment is your dog. It's my dog Oscar My Labrador my writing Buddy Guardian Angel. Yes and he. He's physically on top of you when you're renting yes so it usually on. He's on he's literally on my lap while I'm writing. They're using him as a desk or I have to reach over this is. This is a sizable dog. This is no small died. So we're in Austin Texas right now as you can see him wearing flip flops. So and so so I right outside and so he's trying to figure out a way to kind of be on top of me right so he's just guarding me now. This is obviously a dog. You got post three hundred and nine hundred. That's not a guy for that. Looks like a sea life. And you're you're teaching in Austin right now. Yeah some teaching undergraduate program called the Missionary Center for writers. And it's the best grading program out there and Just it's a privilege to work with. Jesus they're the future of story storytelling. That's really great. And thank you so much for being here. And congratulations on a level through. Everybody runs to Earth is fantastic for how we wanted. Sarah from late night with Seth Meyers. I'm here with Paul Yun there from mead earth thanks for doing this thank you. I really appreciate it. I'm really grateful to be here. So you talked a little bit on the show with Seth about teaching and you're at the center now and Austin. Can you just kind of run me through like how you actually got started teaching at a lot of authors and novelists and other writers we've had on the show are also teachers and I think it's really interesting when people get to do both your absolute little trickier for me? Because I don't have a graduate degree and so I don't have a kind of Usually if if you're entering that field you sort of their certain requirements than necessary but I had people who were really kind and supportive and thought that I would be able to contribute to sort of the future of of writers and so I had a lot of kindness and support when you initially meet student. Do they ever talk to you about your own? Were no they don't they? Don't it never comes up? Yeah that's never talk to you about your wife. Yes they do yes. They're huge fans of my wife's work and I love it. I I could talk about my wife all day long. It's fantastic. Yeah very good writer. Very good writer. You smoke a little bit about this too in your interview your grandfather. He's Your Dad's dad but you grew up in New York so your relationship with him was more from a distance. I only met him twice. And so what I knew about him. Borough we stories I you know and so I think his absence always sort of created this space for imagination and in some ways. I think I started kind of writing. Because of that you know. Because of that absence and whine 'til and certain wanting to learn more about him unable to heels passed away When I was younger and so Never knew the man really. How much time was your dad in South Korea for so was he born in South Korea. He stayed there until his thirties. I can't remember the exact age. And then he came in the late seventies here and was his relationship with. I guess we're talking about in terms of war and displacement and hearing all the stories hand from his dad what was his sort of experience and relationship with will use very young when they so he was part of bad journey where he was you know maybe a year or two when they were escaping. I'm saying he has specific memories are sort of flashes and fragments. You know these moments of sort of swift violence but my dad is very stoic and radisson and so he would say maybe a few things about his experience within kind of shut down so again. This kind of continued sort of trajectory of me imagining my family. Sort of made me start to. Right. Do you think that you'll write more books about this idea of war displacement trauma dealings with something? You'RE GONNA continue along in your writing trajectory or do you think you'll that's a great question. Are you know as artists? Do we always are. We always tackling one thing just from different sides. You know in different angles. I don't know I do know that you know it's hard to work on these books I take them very seriously. I take the subject matter very seriously part that hard to read and I wanna be responsible about and I want to create as complex world as possible. And I'm also a Pisces and so I can't come back I can't compartmentalize it's all feeling and so when I'm working on these books I'm not the happiest person in the world and so Thank God for my dog and you know and so that's tricky to write just dealing with all that stuff. Yeah well I love the book and thank you so much for being here for you sir. Really appreciate it late night. With Seth Meyers airs weeknights. Nbc At twelve thirty five eleven thirty five central original music on the late night. Podcast is by H E ban. 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Hong Kong's leader declares Wuhan virus emergency
"Com the virus hit Chinese city of Wuhan is banning most vehicles from downtown and Hong Kong is closing schools for two weeks is a thirty try to stem the spread of an illness that's affected more than twelve hundred people and killed forty one the leader of Hong Kong declared an emergency to date said flights and trains from on would be blocked the outbreak began in the city and in that city and since we're trying to spread around the country and overseas Australia and Malaysia reported their first cases today in Japan confirmed its third World Health Organization cited not to declare a global health emergency over this corona virus outbreak millions in China now being in a fact held captive in their own cities I think it's actually a really good idea this is something that they've got to do they were criticized in the past for men not moving quickly enough it for the sars virus does Philip Yoon president and CEO of the world affairs council and former state department official should we in this country follow China's lead should the new virus take hold here I think it's really hard to make a judgment at this point on a hypothetical I mean it really depends on how long it's going to hell and I think you patient period is and that's critical in making those kinds of decisions even the World Health Organization is apparently not yet sure just how day is this new virus might be although it decided not to declare a global health emergency the panel was split
The Battle of Yungay - January 20, 1839
"The Day was January twentieth. Eighteen thirty nine the battle of Yoon Guy. The last battle of the war of the confederation occurred near Guy Peru. The battle resulted in the dissolution of the Peruvian Bolivian. Confederation in eighteen thirty six President Andres they Santa Cruz of Bolivia via united the two states Peru with Bolivia General Ramon Herrera was president and South Peru. Louise Jose Day Order Bego so with President in North North Peru and General Jose. Miguel Dave Alaska was made president of Bolivia. Santa Cruz declared himself protector of the confederation. A lifetime time and hereditary office many Western powers recognized the new Peruvian Bolivia and confederation but she lay which already had strained relations since with Peru. Over the course of cow and evolve. Padre Pio was a wary of the confederation and its potential power existing high tensions between Chile. Ah Peru plus dispute over customs duties in loans plus concerns over military and commercial power led to the war of the Confederation in August of eighteen thirty. Six Chile seized three of the Confederation's ships at CAL. Santa Cruz tried to negotiate with to a rather urban go to war to set up a treaty with several terms one of which was dissolving the confederation. Santa Cruz refused to dissolve the Confederation Racin and to lay declared war December of that year the next year Argentina also declared war the confederation though Chile and Argentina China did not join forces in the fight to was supported by Peruvians who were opposed to Santa Cruz but to lay suffered losses in the beginning. The first expedition from Chile led by Admiral Manuel Blanco and Kaleida was unsuccessful. In Collado was forced to sign a peace treaty and return to Chile but the government rejected. The treaty broke it. It organized a second expedition sending an army to invade Peru though Santa Cruz advance on the two lanes. The ladder gathered Peruvian dissidents to join their cause along the way in early January of eighteen thirty nine. Today's forces in Santa Cruz forces met at the battle between in which both countries have claimed a win later that month the two sides met at guy by a town in north central Peru. After six hours of combat to lead to feed it the confederates at the battle of new guy. On January twentieth eighteen thirty nine. This was the decisive battle of the war. Santa Cruz exiled himself and
This 8-Year-Old Makes $26M A Year From YouTube - Here's What You Can Learn
"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I've Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we are going to talk about how this eight year year old kid makes twenty six million dollars a year from Youtube at what you can learn from it so neil. Have you heard a story. Do you know who this is. I do Ryan's rolled all right. Yeah His name is Ryan Guan and then yeah rides. World is officially his channel. Do you WanNa tell vote about it. Yes so you know. It's not just a kit. His parents are bawling because the parents are keeping the money. Sucks for Ryan when you get older. Hopefully your parents take care of. You seem like nice pair or you. Listen to mark is good. You learn how to get out out of that. That's right although I think it's good that a kid doesn't get twenty six million and the parents can agree and probably saving yet in doing good things on his behalf. Ford released an article breaking down the top Youtube influencers in how much they're making and Ryan was at the top. It used to be Ryan. You know video video recording youtube videos of him looking at toys now. It's much more than that. But in essence is channel appeals to kids and he makes twenty six million dollars. There's a year so good for you Ryan. Yeah just to give a little more context in terms of what you can learn. I think Going into it to rides world is a channel used to be rides toy review. And I. I was watching some of the videos. And there's like a giant Lightning McQueen bar a ball from disease cars and so basically the idea. The deal was actually conceived from Ryan's mother who came up with the idea after watching videos by another youtuber named Evan Tube. HD He basically reviews products too. But you know she decided to basically put a spin on it so oftentimes. What you think about doing something to do is draw some racial somewhere else and then combined into experience that that you have at it becomes something? That's very novel. The the best part about this is like look anyone can make money. My buddies and I were joking around at least my buddies who have kids and we were joking around like mad. Our children just causes money. It's time to make some money from them now. We're just joking as I mentioned look. Youtube is really powerful. And this just shows you why need to be on it you know. A lot of people are like Oh tech talk snapchat. It's all younger demographics. There's not any money in there. Where Ryan's Ryan's making a ton of money you know going after young kids and people who are a much younger audience than most would ever market too so it just shows that there's potential hamshaw almost all audiences because eventually all these audiences will end up with credit cards? It will end up purchasing an Yoon if they're too young and they don't have credit cards their parents for purchase for them. So don't be afraid to just go out there and go and try to do something even if other people are hating on at telling you it's not possible both telling you there's no money in it. Hey if there's a big market a ton of people the money will eventually fall. I think there's some other lessons from this too because what I what I look at the video so it's not like it's particularly well done. I mean it shirts a good video but it's not great. It's not something that really stands out. So what really sticks out is rides got his own little quirky personality as a kid. I think Gras Corky they also stay very consistent with the publishing schedule to know exactly where you're going to get from from that channel. which is why I mean? Twenty two point nine million subscribers share his. You know that the hurts though what they're doing and they've also you know you can also learn from from rides world is sure it like. Let's say you God bless you if you have a kid. That's helping you do well. But they've learned to also diverse fighter the income that they're getting they look. Look at the Post that I think it was written by not forced maybe it is Forbes but basically they own a couple of properties in this area you know they take care of their parents of the diversified investments. And they'll put all their eggs in one basket. So that's another lesson that you can learn and the other thing I want to call out if I turn back over to deal is if you look at number one. Earner it's Ryan Ryan Kanji and number two is perfect. Now do perfect. is they do their production quality or the bout of work that they have to put it to practice are actually way crazier because they're logic basketball's out of like helicopters or roofs tops. The buildings are really crazy. AIDS ad they earn twenty million bucks in kind of a twenty nineteen and then at third place was actually another child. Who who is only five years old and I believe she's Russian as you're eighteen million dollar
Nicholas Braun, "Succession"
"What's the news. What's what's going on. How good this sick fashion. We call a good penthouses gone. Yeah i mean i'm sure i could be way better. I just don't know how what what take what happened with your your house. Oh i'm <hes> got rid of it smelt of rava the rich yeah yeah yeah. That's the nicest hotel been of course it's. I'm sorry new york apartment in it's a hotel room. Well there are aw. I can't give away things if they haven't been on yet but tears. The greg is hunting for apartments to live and and in subsequent episodes. There are amazing thing so you going up into that. The bed is like the size of this door you a._m. Squeeze into it knocking my head on the ceiling right but it's a loft so that's cool but i've yeah it's a very real thing you can't in an apartment in new york for any i mean shopping for apartments and you've got to spend money to just have room to move around even in my apartment right now. I can't even like do do a push up on the ground not that i try to do push ups all the time but like sometimes i do round and sometimes they just want to stretch you know like do like like stretch stretch my legs or something again that what are you six four. I'm six seven what that short. I take it back when i was younger in auditions editions and now at this point i'm on popcorn with peter travers so i feel like i can be honestly. I'm six seven. Wow yeah no yeah. There's a lot sometimes times. When you're auditioning actresses who are five one yeah well yeah i pretty much any any rule so if i if there's a father and and he's shorter than six to like i have no chance of playing his son really picking yoon about it. Yeah yeah yeah oh. I've lost a lot roles because of my height because because you know it's hard to photograph maybe for some people or or they don't want to put the lead actors on apple boxes which i understand india now on a movie once where it was a walk and talk through high school and they're actress that was playing my love interest she and and i were walking in the gave her a track of apple boxes like twenty pieces of wood lined up together leap almost white. Luckily they weren't saying. I thought maybe it was like a jump. No she had this nice wooden pass to walk on and then she couldn't walk loudly because it would make noise on the wood so i sorta stuff is awkward. I guess maybe in a stone age of movies when alan ladd was with field rent in the boy on a dolphin. He was like five four so they they dug a trench for fielder renter walker right that you should make them do that. This should dig up flooring for they should do. You should be haulage. You are yeah yeah vetco star walk in the trench except wouldn't i need to walk. You would walk in the trash you were. I would need to walk you wouldn't they would need to stay. Stay on grounds. That's it none of that for you so i walked down the trench there on the boxes. Maybe i should bring a little if i'm just so confused now into image of you as zach attack yeah. That was the first sky sky high of course i'm film critic that would in fact that those fifteen years ago had a clip because is there was hair like yeah what leads blonde bleached platinum blonde thing. I glowed in the dark if you if if you turn the lights off and look real close you could see glowing but you couldn't in the light. That was one of the sad parts of that character yeah that that's a good that was my first big part yeah and when that happened what happened to you did you. You've got that part and you said i'm gonna make it in this business. It's gonna be great. I don't know if you ever say that. I don't know i don't know if you ever know sixteen and and i i remember getting it. The moment i got the call and i screamed and screamed for some amount of time and it was just the greatest moment of my life screaming screaming with my friends. I was just screaming but you know i did think this is the real version of my dream. This is a big real movie. You know it's not a play. It's a in connecticut is doing small plays a little short films student films and things but this this was like a real. I was gonna get paid like real real money and <hes> go do it in l._a. You know so that that did feel like the moment where maybe i thought oh. Maybe i'm i keep doing this but i don't think you ever know that you're gonna well connect you going to that's never going to be eh. What happens it's going to be do. I get another job exactly who i ever work again. That's part of the deal. Exactly you have to get. I used to it. I can't get used to it. It's like it's not i never well. I guess maybe right now. I feel like the shows come out and and we're we're gonna have another seasons so that's technically another job. Oh and they'll be h._b._o. Will be just wheeling wheelbarrows full of money to your door to what happens season three. Oh wow cool yeah and you cash. He warned his show that about this great wealth and you grew up and knowing your father you know so there. There must have been up to billions that you grew up yeah. The also votes both before five yachts. I can't remember when we were young. When your father author craig brown did design some of the great album covers of our time he designed the sticky fingered stevie wonder you know he did all of that a big big time people but now being the jealous bastardy is he's become an actor yeah after your job. He started. I why he started started for. He's the reason that i started to give him his son. Come and sit down next to me and i'm gonna tell you he he said. I don't have anybody to run my lines with for this audition. We read them with me. I don't wanna talk to my voice memo anymore. So i was was just learning how to read six seven down. I wanna go outside and play you know. Please let me go outside. No sit here and read. These me helped me prepare child. It was really intense bar jail me repair repair. I have a big audition but there was a great encouragement of you to do this. Yes they're getting get good critiques from him. Yeah yeah i do i do. I think i think yeah i think he tells me that i'm good. Critique isn't good then. You need to have some honest response. I should have them. Write an article for for me or something right up nice document to build. You know this kind of thing because you did that you had t._v. Shows <hes> ten things. I hate about about you know. You're really good at comedy but i've seen you play really creepy horrible people as well <hes> stanford prison experiment fair menu. This guard red state. What goes on when you get apart like that. You look to break it up. Do you say don't want to be funny now. I want to be something yeah. I well. I don't know i think i always liked being funny. I eh but i usually i got a lot of rules where i played a good guy good ernest fella and so when those parts came along. I thought this is a really a good opportunity to look at those darker parts of myself and show some colors off that i haven't gotten to show before stanford prison was was interesting because is a lotta. My friends were in that movie so i got to just treat them. Horribly always a good thing yeah yeah so just got to yell at them and force them to do things and fight fight them like ezra miller. He and i were wrestling a lot in that movie and that was really fun just sort of bashing into each other. I like those opportunities where you just get to. I don't know i get to be meaner. Tougher have amine side dip yeah and and how does it manifest itself no no sorry. I'm sorry i'm sorry even didn't seem so me. No no wasn't wasn't before. I go to a couple of questions from the world of the internet. Oh my gosh they're here. I have to ask you about your music career. Oh wow because that must be discussed. Cool devoted are you to it. What is it <hes>. I love i love. I love to write songs. I love to sing. Gosh i just remember you're going to have yeah yeah so i was just at a great song you though so we'll stay to the end but are you. Do you go on a tour with the band. Since succession started like it's been tougher to do music becomes it's okay you know i understand just greg it does and brain space the whole rockstar thing will come later. Yeah i can do it into my thirties. Forties right look mick jagger hundreds. There's there's no stopping it but i do love it. I love i love music. It's it's something that i think about all the time but it's not right now in my periphery but but i i yeah i love doing and i love making stuff and <hes> yeah so good. We'll see. I hope i hope i get to we'll see in a minute when you when you think on but right now let's take a couple of questions from the world outside from mike h. What is your favorite seeing you filmed for succession my favorite scene. I filmed for succession <hes> very good reading. What's my favorite scene for success. What is my sorry going to do that whole bit. It was done minutes. I think there was a scene where sure i was really high on the patio during the thanksgiving episode last season where matthew comes out and he tells me i'm going to have to shred the documents and and i really liked playing. I liked playing drugs. That's always fun. Actually the scene where i got such can integral part of your life. I guess and e._s. Wanna play it on screen right. You bring right now. I i get that. We want to bring in who we are too. Yeah mike satisfied with that. That should be good and then yeah. I also liked other drugs scenes snorting. The cocaine with kendall was really was really fun. There's a theme here. It's great okay. Let's throw one. I'm greg greg. Did that would venture another question now from terence k of the three roy siblings. Who do you think would be best to lead waste because i guess schiff i think shift. I think we need a female c._e._o. When a company company like this we need some tenderness you know it's not that tender but he's not at all but you know i think she has her moments and <hes> and i think she has. We need a female perspective all right. It's time time for the song. Oh gosh come on you to hold over. People sat in that chair who sang their heart out. We'll have this one song. It's kind of old song okay so you didn't write it. I didn't read it but it goes happy birthday on the it's your birthday but to have the birthday birthday. They're happy birthday to you all very very move but at the same time that was such a cop out you know it was it was nice and it's rare air to see any of your roles. Do something so really nice. Yeah you know so you want. Something meaner removed this but the next time you're on. We're gonna gonna do some kind of rock and roll something sexy version of mama. I promise thank you
Military chief of UNs most dangerous mission, in Mali, confident progress can be made
"The U._N.. Mission in Mali Minnesota is one of the toughest U._N.. Peacekeeping Operations in the world peacekeepers stationed there have sustained severe and regular casualties from the activities of armed groups in the north of the country and many civilians of born the brunt of instability which includes deadly into ethnic clashes the full commander of municipal is the Swedish General Dennis Yudin spoarer. He has an extensive background in international national peace operations notably in Bosnia Herzegovina Sudan and Afghanistan Ben Mailer from you. A news asked General Yoon spoarer to outline why the U._N.. Must maintain its presence in Mali first of all the U._N.. When Mission Imola is important not just from all not just for the region but it has implications for other parts of the world so it's a conflict that should do concern a lot of other countries and we see that manifest itself in the huge commitment <hes> in the force with some fifty five nations being dedicated to make a difference and second part is that is a very challenging mission that has <hes> threats that seldom come to to U._N.? Mission we have I._D.. Threats we have other ESA metric threats that makes it a difficult <hes> operation. It's serious in the sense that <hes> it defects population ocean at the end of the day the mall populations are the victims every day and in particular in the central region. We have a lot of attacks against civilians we see. The <hes> women receive children being attacked <hes> on on different <hes> in different locations and this is an environment that is unacceptable and we will do everything we can to to mitigate these threats. Somebody has described U._N.. Mission in Mali as probably the most dangerous peacekeeping mission in the world. What would you say to that? What is your view on that while I haven't found a comparison but it is <hes> <hes> it is a difficult mission and sadly we have had too many fatalities in the mission the way forward is to stay firm to stay proactive and to adjust to the threat environment and eh be unpredictable with regards to to these <hes> groups on groups that <hes> challenge security we will continue to do so we are determined and we are focused on our mandate? What is the greatest need for you who and the troops in Mali to be able to succeed against this violent forces in the country particularly in the north to make progress at the most important part for the country's a whole <hes> and also to ensure <unk> security is to to make sure that the government extend its authority throughout the country being pressed sent the providing social services including security that will be the best way to bring the country? Ah Back to peace and stability we will be there s a facilitator supporter but the government is too key actress for people who may not have the map of Mali. Can you describe how broad. Road how wide how big the country's because you mention govern presence in many parts is probably lacking describe how large and Iria covered in why that is challenged well. It's a large which country and <hes> it's some fourteen million people in the country comparing it to other countries <hes> in particular juror most of them would be divorced by by the size of the mall moving from Bamako grow up to the north where we have stationed take some three hours of flying and that's not at all at a very north of the country so it's a huge area to cover some parts of debt. Ah Danced in the central region southern part but in the north <hes> there are the people that live there are dispersed small villages and they are spread out throughout this vast area yeah. It's not just the U._N.. Peacekeeping mission that is active in Mali varies also the French counter-terrorism abrasion going on in Mali and we also have the G. Five Sahel joint force how how do you as force commander for the U._N.. Mission combined with all these other elements. Are there too many chiefs too many actors making things complicated how you manage well <hes> at the end of the day we all the have shared the same aspiration and bringing peace and security to molly we have different mandates and we have different reporting chains but on the ground we share this aspirational moving. Living things practically on the ground so I say with great determination that the corporation works very well be meet we discussed we exchange information on a daily basis on different operations. We will have to continue to do this even more in the future but I'm very pleased with a corporation that <hes> that we enjoy and it's a necessity to have different different <hes> missions because we have so different mandates the situation in Libya. A lot of people believe that is what has led down south to the deteriorating situation in Mali. How much is the situation in Mali affected by instability insecurity up north in leader aid? It's difficult to say to what extent but <hes> there is. <hes> correlation what happens in northern Africa Libya impacts <hes> molly as much as impacts the neighboring countries so molly and we will have to continue to monitor development there in order to better understand how security threats toward security will develop in the coming in coming months. If somebody's feeling hopeless thinking that the situation in Molly's just worse how would you as false command. Give them hope to tell them that you can see light at the end of the tunnel. What signs do you see? I see some very promising signs and I would like to emphasize the government's commitment now stepping forward realizing the urgency and the need.
Measles, Dr John Lapook And Yoon discussed on 830 WCCO 24 Hour News
"With a number of measles cases, nationwide over seven hundred questions abound about the vulnerability of the general public. The CDC says that protection, and the general public is remained strong problem is in a few communities where the levels of Aksener down largely because of antibac- seen fears and speculation CBS news chief medical correspondent, Dr John lapook. You consider them Yoon. If you've had the measles if your birthday was before nineteen fifty seven because she probably had the easily, even if you didn't know what there was no vaccine around or if you've had two doses of the vaccine properly, given if you still don't know, you can always get a blood test or he says get a booster shot the church of scientists. Cruise ship quarantined by Saint Lucia from measles. Do today. Incur saw. Once there the ship will face, similar
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"Campaign and Russia didn't buy it. Either buzzfeed's description of specific statements to the special counsel's office are not accurate. Read a statement, President Trump was clearly ecstatic last night, he tweeted a very sad day for journalism, but a great day for our country, the partial shutdown of the US government has entered its fifth week with Donald Trump saying he'll make what he described as a major announcement. And on Saturday reports from Washington suggests that senior officials, including the vice President Mike Pence have come up with new proposals to resolve the crisis crowds gathering in northern polish city of Gdansk for the funeral of the mayor Pavel Adamovich. He was stabbed to death on stage at the country's biggest charity event last weekend. Here's Adam eastern people in this city of Gdansk has been turning out in their thousands for events over the last few days, and we'll be going to the funeral as well. Which of course, will be attended by Paul president prime minister and the president of the European Council. Donald tusk himself, a native of the city to give you a measure of the depth of feeling for this, man. More than fifty thousand people in here in Gdansk queue for hours on ending the threes in temperatures just to pay their respects to his coffee when it was put on public display at eastern with that report from Gdansk. Well. News from the BBC the government of Burkina Faso has unexpectedly resigned. No explanation was given but the tiny west African nation has been hit by a wave of Jihadist attacks and kidnappings of foreigners including Canadian geologist who was found dead earlier this week. Senior officials from the United States North Korea and South Korea heading for Sweden to hold informal talks. That are expected to focus on the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula. It's the first such gathering since the summit in Singapore last June between President Trump and the North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN the officials are thought to be laying the groundwork for a second summit of the two leaders. Sung Yoon Lee, professor of Korean studies at Tufts University in Massachusetts says that John Yang has not done enough to reduce its nuclear program since the previous summit North Korea has continued to build a bomb. North Korea continues to enrich uranium North Korea continues to produce ballistic missiles while it has made only token gestures. Why releasing three US detainees who never should have been detained in the first place by shutting down an old exhausted has thing site that doesn't need any longer the president of Colombia even Duquet has cooled off piece. Talks with the ESPN after blaming the left-wing rebel group for Thursday's deadly car-bomb attack on the police academy in the capital Bogota. Twenty young police cadets were killed Mr. UK said the rebels had continue to kidnap and kill dozens of Colombian citizens since the talks began in twenty seventeen for the first time officials in Pakistan have briefed parliament on the country's growing export of human hair. A statement by the commerce ministry, said Pakistan, and one point six million dollars from the sale of hair in the last five years, China, which has an expanding beauty industry was one of the main buyers taking more than one hundred thousand kilos of hair from Pakistan BBC news. Hello. I'm Caroline Wyatt. And welcome back to the well this week coming up. We look political turmoil in Venezuela Zimbabwe, France, but I the political turmoil here in Britain where Prime Minister Theresa may suffered the greatest parliamentary defeat in modern history. When her Brexit deal was rejected by two hundred thirty votes. It indicated a UK parliament as well as people split not along party lines, but into many different camps all in vehement disagreement of whether the UK should stay in the European Union leave on Mrs Maes terms. Plus, you a better deal. If there is one crush out with no deal at all or have a second referendum. This is at least one of out of confidence the following day. But given the scale of her earlier defeat that seemed a hollow victory in the end, many Brits resolved simply the half a Cup of tea in the hope that in the words of that great dickens character mister Mukuba something with. Turn up. But what could that be? And how serious is the deadlock, and what might unlock it? I put those questions to our panel of expert correspondence, Adam Fleming in Brussels. Andrew Walker economics. Correspondent rob Watson, our political correspondent, I asked rob. I is that anyway, she can get agreement inside outside her party to push a deal through. I guess the answer your question. Carolina is that it's possible. But if it was easy it would have been done by now, and it's worth remembering at the Reese of this crisis. And let's state again for the sake of any doubt that Britain is in the most profound political crisis since the second World War at the root of it is the fact that Britain's politicians simply cannot agree on what to do about the result of the referendum in twenty sixteen. It's a sort of simple basic an excess. And of course, the other thing the root of this crisis is the sort of visceral division within the governing conservative party over. What to do about Europe? It's been there for about forty years. It's what led to the referendum. And it's why now. Having some would say foolishly attempted to get Brexit salted as a conservative only project. Theresa May as now trying to make it a cross party project and any hope that might succeed. I think it'll be immensely difficult for three reasons. Firstly as personalities threes has many qualities, but the idea of charming people who have different points of view or come from different. Parties is probably not one of them. Secondly because in order to get across party agreement. She would have to soften Brexit. And that would almost certainly lead to a split in her conservative party will again, it's worth remembering what has been driving her along these last couple of years, it's been this sort of hope, and it would seem to me a vain hope of keeping the conservative party together. And then the third thing, of course, is that British politics are immensely tribal, and the idea that these other party leaders are going to come particularly Jeremy Corbyn from the labor party the idea he's gonna come to the rescue all their games comes to the rescue of someone who they see as. As a sort of weak and desperate rival. It seems to me as rather unlikely. Uttam you're in Brussels. The is apparently making preparations at least for article fifty to be extended were the UK requested. How dismayed a Europe's leaders by what they see happening in UK politics at the moment. I think preparations for extending article fifty in delaying Brexit, maybe putting it too strongly is definitely being talked about it speculated about and people are thinking about it. But I think actually it's not as far as properly laying the groundwork to make it happen yet. And of course, it would only happen. The you says the UK requested it, and it is absolutely not British government policy to delay Brexit from the infamous day to the twenty ninth of March twenty nineteen in terms of dismay again, that's quite the right word. There was surprise certainly amongst the EU officials. I was watching meaningful vote with the audibly gasped when the size of the defeat became clear. The EU knew it was coming though. And so they had time to write their scripts for their. Response, and it was a scripts because then it got leaks to me as often happens in the year. And the script was this is a British problem. We regret that you voted this deal done is the only deal on the table. Get your house in order and come back to us with a plan that you think will get through parliament. That's where the EU has stayed since many of the conservative party's fears over the future deal with Europe involve the so-called backstop for the island of Ireland to prevent new border checks being necessary between the north which is part of the United Kingdom south an independent country, which will remain part of the EU many worried that those checks or something that could bring about a return to the battle days of violence. His Emma Vardi in Belfast. There was apprehension on both sides of the Irish border leading up to the vote. Now, a continuing state of uncertainty hangs over the island of Ireland all the more heavily in Westminster and no deal. Brexit is the outcome. No one wants. And the odds are against it happening that talked to people. Around the Irish border, and that counts for little many Irish businesses rely on the UK market for buying and selling a variety of goods and particularly food. If tariffs were imposed overnight it could threaten the livelihood of people on both sides of the border. The Irish prime Minister, Leo varadkar has said no deal. Preparations are no longer contingency plans. They're now being implemented with measures being taken on key matters such as safeguarding the supply of medicines. Plenty of companies are doing the same changing supply routes putting contracts on hold and posing new investment in Northern Ireland. The D U P were opposed to Theresa May's deal.
"yoon" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"I'm not familiar with larry i i've heard you know some things about him but certainly daryl and people like him are co host daryl are going to be going to the libertarian party national convention in the year twenty twenty and they will be trying desperately to put forth a candidate that's actually worth talking about but since they failed to do that over the last decade i don't expect them to succeed they've only failed because not enough libertarians go to the libertarian national convention and vote on those things and ultimately that's what it comes down to is is that libertarians the libertarian party has a bad system for bringing in for bringing in delegates at people's bad about it well you can just say you know moments before you sign up to be a delegate yoon say i'm a libertarian and then you go it doesn't matter there's no there's no acid test or you know no no commitment to the party no nothing you just say i'm a libertarian go and vote as a delegate for their president you're saying they should have like a minimum amount of time that the person who'd be a part of that makes sense i is some level of commitment it might take out some of the fly by nights or something like that that's really the issue negative aspect of that to me who runs for president is really just who gets a platform to talk about their philosophy for a year or two years it really has i don't see them changing anything even if they were to get elected but yeah just the ability to walk in and be like hey i'm running for president you don't know who i am not useful use of resources.
"yoon" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Not yet i'll come to a professor lee sung yoon lee is joining me professor we have information from the trump administration that perhaps the summit scheduled for singapore will not go forward this is something you talked about for these last months that north korea will come up to the edge see what they get and then back away and see if you offer the more very good evening to you professor good evening when in a quandary usually it makes sense to look up or quote shakespeare but here may i quote the clash the british punk rock band that came out with a wonderful single in the early nineteen eighties should i stay or should i go if i go there will be trouble and if i don't it will be double it's always tease tease tease north korea is very good at playing this game it's really a family owned ought to play hard to get they've been known to walk out of meetings right in the middle of meetings they've been known to walk away from scheduled meetings so the playing hard to get see trying to ascertain what they can get what they can maximize in the lead up to the summit meeting and i think the trump administration has shown if not overzealous on necessarily a bit of a zeal eagerness to effect the meeting but i do think it will take place in the end because they're all political gains to be made by both sides and the gains are far greater for the north korean dictator gordon a very good evening to you the tweet from the president of the united states within these last hours military solutions are now fully in place locked and loaded should north korea act unwisely hopefully kim jong un we'll find another path tweeted now this is striking gordon because it looks like the.
"yoon" Discussed on The Porn Reboot Podcast
"Welcome to episode two of the porn reboot podcast where you get back goal tips to gain control over your porn or sex addiction i'm your host jay amazing certified sex in porn addiction recovery coverage and today we are going to be talking about failure and freedom specifically i'm going to show you how to failure way to freedom from pornography now if you're listening to this podcast chances value you're one of those guys who has probably tried to give up on several occasions and failed miserably several times and your memories of your past failures might be to blame now buried in your unconscious mind i numerous memories of past failures you know that time that you went for a long stretch without using porn masturbating and then gave into temptation the other time when your opponent fiction lead you to perform some sort of sexual act that you regret it because maybe it wasn't into yoon which values or that one time when your spouse found out that you were still using porn or that you were hiding it from her now when you were in the process of quitting porn you don't have to dig out all your past a painful at a blessed memory is related to your pointers quitting requires selfdiscipline which is actually a skill and all skills alone through a process of trial and error you know by trying failing remembering why in how you failed taking notes of keeping a journal and trying again till you achieve your desired goal now this pattern is retained and brought up again is you're ever faced with an addictive problem in future so understand that your failures or negative experiences with grading porn don't inhibit but they actually contributions to quitting porn process as long as the lessons that you learned from each failure i used to move you forward towards your alternate goal now it's also.
"yoon" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Having that feeling like somebody is always monitoring you so i was out at the mall and i won't name the store but i was buying some makeup not him by make my daughter was baz a makeup but i was up in there with her and i'm looking at stuff goes on board out of my mind but i thought about all the times i may her go to the store at me and she was bored out of our minds are figure out old or few sarmas walking around looking at different things trying to then this man keys follow me around the store so then i'm gonna get curious about our must our move an extra you know extra been around the store this is the everywhere i go are you going everywhere went this guy is fowlie me now it was a make up only store so was on for a man it'd be up in their riabina gorgeous maybe that is what it was but if you follow me ego get cut so he's finally rao he has a suit on so eventually a clicks on me i'm that think you're right off the bat that this man things of trying to steal something because i'm not a thief so that doesn't come to my mind but he bitch last day you know what this man is security so i go and at report him because i said look you don't know when i been say when life when a man staff balmy round the dog on storm i'm have a reaction to that so the fact that this man does not have on any bad she doesn't have only me yoon performed their status as a security guard but yet he's following me around a dog also everywhere i go i'm having a serious problem with that so that says that are always being overruling monitored and overly police dying which i must add he wasn't very good at his job because the whole point of security is to be conspicuous he missed that point he did miss that point okay so let's talk a little bit more about move i got off track and we'd love to hear your thoughts if you watched the black panther want to chime in gives the caustic so eight two five six two zero zero one can give us a thumbs up down what you think about it but what.
"yoon" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Yoon system were ramping up inflammation responses to deal with the germ threat of winter and in the samples from tropical gambia the changes for immune system gene expression came not during winter but during the rainy season when humbler exposed to the greatest risk of malaria so what we're seeing here is that the body does have some kind of seasonal changes in the way that it expresses your genome different parts of the code that makes you you get activated depending on what time of the year it is uh and on you know a not so much what time of the year it is about the seasonal triggers around you in the environment and one of the things that this is very tightly controlling is the inflammation response now the inflammation response as we know it helps keep us from getting sick it's very primitive ancient type of immune response it's not very pleasant but it does help keep the you know germs and stuff from destroying your body but as we also know inflammation can lead to all kinds of other health problems it can lead to metabolic problems it can lead to arthritis it you know it it's implicated in wide ranging medical problems so the sort of opens up a door into a whole arena of new research that could take place about how our genes are not just helping defend us from these seasonal epidemics but also in how they put us at risk now earlier we mentioned the idea that there are certain cardiovascular problems that people have increased risk of of of dying from in the winter and this also seems to indicate that there are inflammation related problems that could really put us at risk in these months and may be studying the wear jeans change over the season's could help figure out ways uh helpless figure out ways to protect us now a question in the study of courses what exactly triggers the change in gene expression is it the temperature is it the length of the day's and how much the body has access to sunlight uh or could it be something else i mean maybe it's.
"yoon" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast
"Gave them some money to start a new life worth and they ended up back in prison again and when they did they called me up and they're like hey man can you give me money for a lawyer and i'm like no like i'm sorry but i can't i'm not willing to do that like i'm willing to write you i'm willing to talk to you i'm willing to support you whenever you want by supporting new with in a monetary fashion like that's just in my opinion enabling yoon of our done that it hasn't done anything for you and that's not any knock against you i just know that until you really really wanted change no matter how much money i give you or or stuff at whatever it is until you really wanna change like nothing is actually going to change in your life so i guess one of saying is is on the even other family members like they still they still don't get when i'm doing these ads you know if i see them they always gonna make some kinda smarten nice orange shoelaces minimalist leg can't believe you have colored shoelaces in um you know is is that shirt adding value to your life i mean just constantly take a drink and you know at the end of the day like those family members i do love them so much but i will distance myself in some of them have completely come around and my relative who's in prison right now like i but we we still have a good relationship.
"yoon" Discussed on WGN Radio
"From the chicago where he was lawrence yoon who's a chief economist over the national association of realtors gene people from a key others talk about the and why are they looking ahead five or ten years is that the the timeframe yet we kinda wanted to look at b u feature um you know not necessarily into the 100 years or hundred and fifty things are actionable now for business and the trends that are impacting not necessarily next quarter but the next year the next five years next 10 years so together a group of people with very different perspectives on housing maher we have an economist we have an urban theorist and as you mentioned aarp they all have a different idea about the future of housing they're all asking a different big question donna questions again our clients are asking and we need to be asking to be able to plan for how it's going to attacked each of the industries that we all work and i don't want to seal the center because i want people to go and a wide read this you know the questions of in terms of how always then is it owning a home or part of the american dream still i think that how do you answer that question well we l um the older millennials the 25 to 34yearolds who should be entering the home by is their lives and when other you know from empirical data they're having a difficult time doing that but our data shows that eighty two percent still aspire to join a home part of the american dream is still very much baked into it but johnson difficulties with changes in the market student loan debt there have been the time achieving that goal the other part of.
"yoon" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Somebody's fours and yoon there's no place to go and in own sold there will be accident so may be in as we've seen already was some of the autonomous cars at are radio uh have of happened uh it's not it's not foolproof no no but but you can see a i guess my point is not that i expected it to be foolproof especially if you've got in all the humans you know driving on the on on the same roads and there can be programming mistakes i'm sure but it's just the fact that you when the technology was integrated they the engineers figured out in the software people figured out a way to integrated into my mind that made sense and was completely comfortable almost instantaneously that had a take era just i mean how many thousands upon thousands of hours of research and development to get to that point well what's what's in the lab right now and is available to us and technology is not at the consumer level right now because it has if it's not if it's not within our comfort zone than we're not gonna per is it there's a there's a there's a uh especially with newer vehicles there's a tremendous amount of a motion that goes into the by so that move a motion has to be satisfied completely tour not only are do you like the amenities and the aesthetics of the vehicle but you like the the functionality of every piece of technology on board to work it suits you and it is a what its but it's always been the appeal of what a confortable dr yes um a you know whatever you know you're looking for vehicle uh in a vehicle that its power or whatever it might be safety for you know um some people were most everybody now um you know and so it is it's not it's not what it used to be we expect those things to be there but beyond that the engineers also had to overcompensate for very human behavior behind the wheel and with today's technology it includes looking down at your device all the time and that's why a lot of this technology has been an integrated there is no doubt my mind that in a look ted just society what you want to do is you kinda wanna build your vehicle to be the safest possible and overcompensate and do whatever.
"yoon" Discussed on Here & Now
"Yoon the movie spins over a couple of decades is we got to explore how power dynamics in a longterm couple are constantly shifting in one situation one person is empowered and another person is submissive and how that can keep spinning around in how it can actually i know i find real people's relationships are so much messier and stranger and weirder than we are used to seeing in more than ever there they could live together for thirty years in this tiny twelve by twelve house and i think when i said that i was trying to act the painting the something about her paintings the ones that i love the best isn't them should just paint to oxen or dear just to animals a masculine and feminine just staring right at the lands are looking away from the ltte the lens you know what i mean that looking in snow in these pictures she has all of humanity all of life this masculine feminine energy mix together anam i don't know i i didn't answer your question question was about nova scotia night and drifted the it's unjustified you know it's wild its raw in its unpretentious and i started going out there i was probably my early thirties i had my first ilott's kind of depression and i wanted to escape and had been out there and i found this something really healing the horizon is always there the places wild and you feel yourself up you can almost feel the earth turning you know um in all of a sudden uh the melodramas of the life of an actor get placed in the perspective that is very helpful for me in i've fallen in love with some people out there and so when i read the script.
"yoon" Discussed on The Canon
"Who the girl is inside of the history yeah absolutely and what i to get back to what you were saying about the costuming which is so in this film is so lush an amazing everything looks like the most amazing plate of you know pastry or fond in or yoon bombins meaning these are the things that the women are wearing it's it's amazing and how bright the callers are because um actually in apparently this is the real thing it a couple of was able to look at sal costumes of the met from the period and we always think of these things as being like really faded is when they're displayed we see them in very low light often but in reality colors were really really bright so she she took that you know which has put these women these like you know hot paint brocades you know um that such a sugar point 'cause you're at what i think of people in the nineteen tens as being in black and white because as the image that you see i forget that they lived lives and color and end yet i think of these people from like the faded oil paintings where they're not as bright as they used to be it's crazy how the images that we've picked to represent the past wine of misrepresenting the best and riding over what really happened and also not to realize that she was so young when she was put into that she was a queen at nineteen she was married in before that but also nisus thing you have to get very defensive about this because when it came out there were quite a few people saying this film is disgusting because it doesn't show the peasants it doesn't show the side of the people it's only about the spoiled rich person why am i supposed to care and there were actually women sang this women critics and i watch this film and i thinking to myself.
"yoon" Discussed on WLAC
"Bottom bag and was quiz crushing it and they were the pro and she's megret mcgregor put out a video and he looked like he has really slow hands i mean it's not going to be a fight so they have to generate some hype in the in the atmosphere surprise me though that the fans are very pro mcgregor me mma fans are intense girl the very loyal and it to me to and you mentioned who you who'd route four why does mayweather seemingly get a past all the time for all his off through off the ring transgressions wide more people don't hampie you're in the nfl neil if you if you do have a one time domestic violence you're you're either out of the legal gray rises yoon constantly get questioned the causing its talked about but seemingly with mayweather israel's ignored so if you miss some of this yesterday and you just hearing a sort of bloviate about it here are some of the highlights from floyd v conard dayone of this ridiculous press toward that they're engaging in their began yesterday is in a tracks you can't even afford issue anymore allows does that you dow's nuts well now he is as an now what i way about why isn't la is lil core is lil head i'm going to nagano inside four rounds mark my words could use which way you wanna go and i guarantee you this you are on your faith or you going on you know which way you wanna go which where you want to go that's right thick why are you talking about my tv come on argyle good defense all you need to do is show what you just show up okay and i'm gonna do the rest let me point i do giving back.
"yoon" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals
"You want me to get on the coast card you've you've got from the future i came here in time machine yoon vented now i need your help to get back to the year nineteen eighty five to the baby and.
"yoon" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast
"You you said you said something and i'm upping him anything particular i'm being entirely genuine your is there an instance where were you feel you said something that that appear to be treaty with the time and knowing what yoon yes i think i was little i think i was a little dismissive of the men going their own way because i think i called them pathetic weasels which and i had my reasons for that my reasons were roughly speaking that aren't who are the main going the roma clint well they're a group of people mostly on the gnat who have had who beat burned in their relationships or hook conceptualise themselves as having being burned in their relationships and they believe that the legal structure in particular in western countries is so tilted against man particularly in family dispute situations that and divorce settlement that it safer for men not to establish permanent relationships with women not to cohabit with ever and there are a large movement now how large they are i don't know but their large enough and they have what i would regard as an undue influence over relatively bitter and resentful young men who haven't had great success in the dating market and who are looking for a rationale to write off all women because they've they're so hurt by their continual rejection and that is not good for those young men and so the reason that i disparaged the men going their own way was because i had seen the pernicious effects these are often older guys the pernicious effect of their world weary philosophy on young men now these guys think that they're just warning them and they are warning the but they're not just warning now the reason i regret calling them pathetic weasels is because they also have a point.