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"zaia" Discussed on NPR News Now
"He still has a little bit of a challenge with the Hispanic culture. Too many folks that I know especially speaking family wise that he's connecting with Virginia is among fourteen states voting on March third. Buddha judge said if elected he will roll back immigration restrictions imposed under president trump for NPR news. I'm Daniela though. Meanwhile White House national adviser Robert. O'brien is denying. Us intelligence reports that Russia is interfering in the twenty twenty election to help get president trump reelected. I think this is a the same old story that we've heard before I I've seen the reports from that briefing at the Intel Committee. I wasn't there but I've I've seen no intelligence That suggests that I've also heard that From the briefers that that's not what they intended the the story to be. So look who knows what happened over at the House and the Intelligence Committee But I haven't seen any evidence Russia's doing anything to Attempt to get president trump reelected speaking their. Abc's this week with more than one hundred fifty corona virus infections and three deaths. Italy now has the largest number of cases outside Asia forcing authorities to ban public gatherings in a bid to limit the area of disease clusters in northern Italy have here's Silvio Jolie reports authorities say. None of the new cases have apparent links to the origin of the outbreak. In Asia on Jill Bora L. E. Head of the National Civil Protection Agency expressed frustration telling reporters health officials have not yet been able to pinpoint patient zero. The clusters emerged suddenly the northern regions of lamberti invented going from three cases to more than one hundred in just a few days officials in Lamberti. The hardest hit have shuttered schools. Universities Museums and movie theaters suspended all sporting events and even banned religious ceremonies in churches for at least one week. The governor of the Venuto region Luca Zaia announced suspension of the major tourist event in Venice. The famed Carnival which was to have run through Tuesday and can draw more than one hundred thousand people daily so Pohjola. Npr News Rome. Asian markets are trading lower at this hour the Asia Dow down just over one percent. You're listening to NPR news. From Washington the jury deliberations in the Harvey Weinstein raped trial. Continue for a fifth day tomorrow on Friday. The judge told jurors to keep deliberating after they sent a note. Asking if they could be deadlocked on some counts but unanimous on others judge. James Burke said no to the request. Even though Weinstein's lawyer said they would take a partial verdict. The case involves accusations from two women but the 67-year-old Weinstein says any sexual contact was consensual. The pilot who flew the helicopter that crashed in Los Angeles County last month killing basketball legend Kobe. Bryant and eight others have been disciplined for a weather related violation five years ago. That's according to the Federal Aviation Administration as Hettie. Lynne hurt he's reports..
"zaia" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Barbara Klein. Italy has suddenly become the European country with the largest number of cases of the new strain of Corona Virus. More than one hundred are infected there. Npr SYLVIA POHJOLA reports. Three people have died. Dozens in towns are in lockdown in the northern regions of Lumber D. and Veneto the patients in the two. New Clusters have no direct links to the origin of the outbreak in Asia. Many of the infected have been hospitalized in Milan. Europe's third largest city with some three million people belong Mayor Abyss. Allah ordered schools be closed in. Today's I league matches have been counseled with Fashion Week. Underway in Milan. Designer Giorgio Armani show will be an empty showroom and streamed online in the Venuto region after two new cases of corona virus. Were reported in Venice Governor. Luca Zaia announced the rest of carnival. The city's major tourist event will be cancelled. The daily Letty. Puberty go reported several diocese have removed holy water from churches and told the faithful to abstain from giving signs of peace during mass so people jolie. Mtr News Rome the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the virus is not currently spreading in the US. Most of the Democratic presidential hopefuls are now turning their attention to South Carolina. The next primary contest but Bernie. Sanders has his sights set this weekend. On the Super Tuesday contest in Texas. After Latino support helped fuel his strong win in Nevada yesterday. Texas public radio's Joey. Palacios reports Bernie Sanders is on a Texas tour. This weekend hitting El Paso Austin Houston and San Antonio which is majority. Latino if elected President Sanders told voters in the Alamo city he'd reverse trump's immigration decisions on how.
"zaia" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"That would I call it because he went to Miami flip that switch came back to Cleveland. Even we carry lifted he flipped a switch with Dwayne. Wade and Chris Bosh. This not exactly the guy Vring that, right. Measure question. Was he left what happened? We got just as Winslow ten. Picking the drought. They win the lottery. Well, once he went to Cleveland he got to macgyver, Kyrie and Kevin love that were doing before he got there now. Airbus calorie was young. Okay cow. Real fully grown, man. How redoing in Boston? You know what I hate that? I even brought that up. That's none of my business. Kyri. I'm sorry. I broke your name into this, but it's his fault, you keep talking about. Oh, Carrie can do so much. Well he had he had an opportunity what we should close walking. You can't close games that you're getting routed in. It would help to shoot seventy Twenty-three it would help if you didn't shoot six or twenty one get stopped getting rounding Kyrie would say, yeah, I want to join I want to join those guys in New Orleans. I wanna play with Zion and Hello. How about that? How Andrew holiday, he's a he's in one of the big heathen Boston. I mean you don't get better than Boston. New York LA these there and he wants out. So he has an opportune. Now. He's going to be a free agent. He's gonna be able to go wherever he wants to go, and you think about the pull up in New Orleans smoothie canes. It's to be the place to be nobody drugs. You likes movie nobody during our Drake's Moody's. You don't drinks moved to a morning. I don't like smoothies. But you're Jumba juice. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Do you tell me you like JAMA juice? Maybe little bit telling every. Gotcha. Tell you, I don't mean what you re entered on the show. Fading. Ever since June into. No. Never. You know what Anthony Davis is going to stay with the? No, no. It's premature premature. I got fifteen cases. Isn't it crazy? How quickly things can change just by this decision now. Change anything for him. What you do have many that's sometime. You know, what's, you know, sometimes that the end of a relationship, and you personally will this is what I willing to do. I'll do this. I'll cook out clean. I'll pick up do everything babysat. Let you go out with your girlfriend. But when they out when what are the two parties out, there's nothing you can do, that's going to change their mind. You know, the next thing, we'll probably hear is that Anthony Davis has dropped Rich Paul is his agent agent A little bitten. bit. I don't know good one time one more time. Could we see the sales and marketing team? And I just wanna see at one more time ways. Thank you. There it is movie. This do you ever seen that Davis's watching right now saying, if you don't mind, Matthew, can, we show, Zaia William face, wouldn't do that? I don't handle showed asset. He was nervous. He didn't know what to what you know what was happening? You didn't know if the pigs can be traded. Hockey. You try to pick the date of the happens. Well, drafted. Don't do this up. Nervous..
Beyond Meat fattens up as shares more than double in IPO
"Thursday beyond meat when public twenty five dollars a share. And while Wall Street has plenty of carnivores clearly has an appetite for the producer of plant based meat substitutes because at the closing bell on Thursday shares of beyond meat closed at more than sixty eight dollars a share Jason what is this? Because this looks like madness. Well, I was gonna say mania. I mean, there is a mania going on right now with these IPO's this was even a bit more than I think any of us expected on certain that the underwriters of Zaia peo- didn't expect this kind of pop either. Because in theory, you're looking at that thing, and they left a lot of money on the table. I mean beyond meat is an interesting business. We took a look through the one with industry, focus, a few months back. It is a massive market opportunity. They're not targeting vegetarians vegans. They're actually targeting the one and a half trillion dollars. Global meat industry thinking folks that eat meat. Maybe we'll look at beyond me as something they could add to their menu. If they're looking to cut back on the meat that they're eating one of the bigger risks with this business today, though, we're not gonna know as much about this until what we see them report at least one or two quarters is there's a very concentrated supply chain right now, they the key ingredient for what they make is p protein. They have a core supplier for that in the ideal with the IPO was to be able to build out that supply chain that's gonna have to happen in order for them to sell more stuff. And they're going to have to sell a whole heck of a lot more stuff to value selling forty times sales today. Same store sales for shake shack came in much higher than expected in the first quarter helped understand what happened here on because the report came out Thursday evening in the stock pup nearly ten percent and then Friday morning, it gave all that back and a little bit more. We'll this ain't pea protein protein protein. Now, I think what happened is that the tough. I number was really strong. But once you delve in you, see that. Margins were actually week which could be trouble for stock price. Ninety four times earnings so revenue up thirty four percent, thirty four new store openings same shack says God, I hate it's It's much. much. Same shack. Sales three point six percent. So those are good numbers right shack level operating profit up twelve and a half percent, but shack level operating profit, by the way, I think is what we used to call four wall contribution. You know, what happens within the four walls of each store those operating margins fail increase promotional costs higher commodity costs higher labor costs. I think that's what we really have to be careful to keep an eye on here. Because if those continue to fall, and there's no way ninety four times earnings can be sustainable.
"zaia" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"And a thunderstorm tapering off to a shower in the afternoon, and it takes the warm temperatures the teams 2016 right with departure it. Today's in addition high to as breach I of said contract eighty two they claim tomorrow fraud illegal temperatures enrichment falling into and interference the fifties and business than causing warming back significant up to sixty public by financial Friday loss. currently at Another sixty two town degrees hall in meeting downtown about Saint the Louis. tower T site will be held tonight councilman Lisa News Clancy continues is organizing at eight twenty these two saying she high wants school to work closely cheerleaders. with constituents Mom tells how about her the daughter best future got innocently possible for hooked that. Part on of prescription the county painkillers is currently zoned and for died. commercial A group development of Missouri. Hit hard by the opioid came crisis. awakes news Come time together is eight. at the Saint Louis office, Missouri. Attorney general Eric Schmidt came Lexus. Kevin Kaleen was there. First introduced to opioid narcotic painkillers. I was about sixteen years old had a tonsilectomy and I was prescribed liquid. Hydro Koto Thirty-three-year-old Kyle men as Saint Louis was among a group of people hurt by opioids telling their story at Eric Schmidt's downtown office that was supposed to be a six six week recovery. And then ended up chasing that you fourth high from those opioids for about fourteen years Giulio Zaia is from Springfield, Missouri. I lost my daughter a year ago to addiction. Her name's Samantha. She was a beautiful girl cheerleader sixteen years old. She had a car wreck and flipped the car three or four times broke her back, and they put her on Oxy as says her daughter told her the effect was so euphoric that when the prescription for Oxycontin ran out her daughter turned to heroin Jeff Woodson works.
"zaia" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Yeah. They're legit. They've got a kid jerick culvert who is a another lottery. Pick who you know, sort of is he scores and assists on just about half a little over half of their baskets seems like a so-called vers, really good. They've got a kid named Dave Moretti shooting. I've really well. Good handler good passer. Mad Mooney was a grad transfer and other guys that can shoot it. They were not very good offensively until about a month ago last month or so they've been hitting about ten threes a game they didn't do it against Michigan. But heck, you know, Michigan was awful. So part of that was a good part of it was Texas Tech's defense the other part of it was Michigan was just bad. But but their their offense is improved to the point where it's not a it's certainly not a liability for him. And it's not like that pitcher shut out in order to win. Can they put on the board to but they're they're they're dangerous? Just because they they they stick to their identity. They're they're going to smash mouth yet defensively. And they don't apologize for it. Do I think they're I think they're the best team? I don't but but they're still good enough to be conducted. Good enough that the move on. Jay as you watched UCF take Duke in Zaia wears down to the wire. I mean, I looked at Zion. And you pointed it out on TV earlier today that second jump of his is so explosive two hundred eighty pounds do is something special. I don't know if I've ever seen anything like him in college basketball. But as you thought the Duke blue devils is on the verge of potentially losing this game. What would that have done to the NCW tournament and the college basketball overall for this season? His I always got knocked out this past weekend. Well, it would've it would've contributed to somebody. You know, somebody narrative Jeddah about one does some of these other things about you know, hyping. Players and all that. But and certainly people would have some people have claimed. Okay. Well, I told you do wasn't burrito that kind of thing, but it certainly would let a good bit of air out of the tires of the tournament. I mean, we've had record ratings this year in college basketball. And and I know CBS is experiencing record ratings right now for the turnament. I think you'd be naive to think that's not directly related designedly. So there are other reasons for it. But Williamson is the biggest reason, and and it just goes to show you the players matter. It's not just about you know, sort of this this old axiom about the name of the front of the jersey. I mean, it's not the name on the front. It's a it's a it's both the players matter. And when you have when your team's winning, and you have good players people watch more. And when you have superstars they really watch more. And it as I in Williamson is a superstar ask you see many, many, many guys come through college basketball throughout your years covering this sport. Talk to me real quickly about have you seen anything like this kid is he is special as advertised I've seen him in person. I know years in my mind, what about yours? I've never seen anything like him on a basketball floor, Stephen on any level..
"zaia" Discussed on Get Up!
"And I also walked away thinking that I think I've just seen the next head coach at Duke University. Now when coach Kane decides to retire when that time comes. I don't think there's anybody better. Maybe would -ception of maybe Tommy amateur. But I will put giant doc is right there that really has a humility the poise in the confidence to be the next head coach do. All right. So those are good big picture topics, and we will get to those patrol. Let's go to you on the game. What you single biggest takeaway from that win for Duke yesterday. They're vulnerable. They're beatable. This is not a team that is a machine that is blowing people out here in in particular in this game. UCF is a good team. They played hard their game plan was really good. They executed really. Well, but this is not a great UCF team. And it's gonna get real as they move forward. Now. And this moment here that was the game changer for me, you're up for opportunity. Take it up six under two minutes left to go on the contests. You just execute that one play it changes everything down the stretch strategy. How do cast a foul probably send you the free throw line, and you can close out the game there. No question that sequence. Because as we showed you highlighted leads to the reddish three on the other side. That's the whole game. Right. And I always talk. About when do gets in trouble, of course, their feet. They're gonna feature Zion and rightfully cell and RJ. But when need a big bucket, it always ends up being cameras. We talked about that. And before you know, it they missed that lobby gets an open three, and he knocks down the personnel that UCF hat was perfectly suited for how do plays, right. You have taco fall who was guarding. Trae Jones, literally set in the middle of the paint. And you had trae Jones you had Jordan go wire for two guys who are on the floor. Once twelve percent from three point line the other. She's twenty three percent. That's not good. They want green guarded. So when's Zaia Williamson RJ had the ball? They saw three defenders. They saw taco in the paint. And then they saw another into running towards them on top of their primary defender. Now the storyline that people are talking about coming out of this. And it's always part of it is some of the officiating stuff some of the fouls that we're in. We're not called taco full fouling out on that play was Zion on and then RJ Barrett. Maybe getting away with the push on the offensive rebound. I've got no problem with the push. I would say this this right here. This is a charge. It was. It's called the charge three minutes earlier. So if it was a charge, then how's it not a charge at that point in time? If it's not a charge, then it's definitely a block something occurred there that is a foul. You're talking forty. Taco fall is still in the game. And maybe that changes things even on the right away. All maybe could not have been game because he fouled multiple times before that too. So it works on both ends perhaps on both ends. You know, I think a lot of people would wonder this like Zion getting that call at the end if we want to call it that a superstar call we are accustomed to that in the NBA does that happened in college to the stars get calls in one thousand percent. Yes. It had thousand percent j. Yes, it happens. All the time. Just like it does doesn't the navy's gets a star? Call the bottom line of it is zion's got four thousand. You're not gonna file Zion. Williamson out of that game on a charge with fourteen seconds left. Is that you're going? You're going bigger picture here. You're going oh because it's kind of the question that about. Tournament. Here's what I know. They both got fouls called I was the guy laying on the floor. They're doing what? What that look it up. Like. Oh, yeah..
"zaia" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"They are still stomping on countries they don't like in their neighborhood. And this is the unchecked face of imperialism, and regardless of the hypocrisy of saying that it would be that would have some mileage and the US Muccio option might be insane. Is it though realistic not I mean in terms of could the US successfully deposed in the door regime. Yes. Of course, the US has an enormous expeditionary military. The Venezuelan army is, you know, not small but hasn't been well paid hasn't been particularly well managed the the military chiefs yesterday pledged their loyalty to the Madero regime. So I think there would be, you know, there would be resistance. But ultimately. It could be done if the order came down from the national command authority to depose Madero and elevate someone else's place. The the US could do that could it manage the insurgency that would fall successfully almost certainly not. I mean, as you say that the top generals had not pledged loyalty to Madeira. I mean that is looking like it's pushing tools of civil war situation. Well, maybe I think the dynamics were a little bit hard to see. I mean, the, you know, leapt military leadership matters a lot when it comes to just just in general, not specifically the Venezuelan case, you military leadership. Does matter a lot when it comes to the loyalty of soldiers. But you know soldiers aren't getting paid if they're if they can't afford medicine for their family. They can't afford toilet, paper, basic necessities. You know, your commanding officer telling you go and fight and kill and die for this. Cause only go so far if you can't you can't actually provide for your family. Although there's a parallel I mean, much much less extreme. But you also have US government shutdown. So you have these two sort of parallel, obviously, very very different in many of the particulars. But parallel crises of presidential and government legitimacy playing out at once. Jacob. Thank you very much. Indeed. That's Jacob parakeets. Then he'll be back a little bit later in the shed to have a look through the day's papers. Here's what else would keeping an eye on today. The US Senate has rejected two proposals aimed at ending the ongoing government shutdown just six Republicans, including Mitt Romney broke away from that party to vote in favor of the Bill which was tabled by the Democrats. It means that the longest government shutdown in US history will continue with what could set to miss. Yes. And nulla payday today. The gay politician has fled Brazil after receiving death threats, gene Willis's one of the country's few openly gay congressman he told a newspaper that his reputation had been destroyed by lies and since the election of the openly, homophobic, president Zaia Bolsonaro violence against gay people has become worse and the UK has launched an inquiry to determine how British bunks might benefit from the country's exit from the European Union. Parliament's treasury committee will begin the inquiry today with a focus on whether the current regulatory barriers that apply to third party countries. Should be maintained Britain is yet. To make any progress to striking a deal with the EU with just sixty three days left until the exit deadline. This is the globalist. Stay tuned. It's fourteen minutes past the top of the hour and this week on the globalist. We've been looking at how everyday objects come come political symbols. It's something that Chinese president Xi Jinping knows all about for an ordinary rainy day help turn his umbrella into an icon of a political movement is about Hilton editor of China dialogue explains..
"zaia" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"General trae Jones Seth Greenberg on that. And who wins tonight? He was on sports center. It's hard to make up for his absence. You talk about trade Jones his ability to dominate the ball to point of attack to disrupt defensively and share the ball and get the most easy baskets in transition by advanced passing. But remember now they played Syracuse without cameras. So they're going to be a little bit better offensively just from that Cambridge come off a huge game against his shot making ability, and I really believe it's you the cameras RJ. They're going to have to go up and defend the basketball. They have to find a way to speed this game up and their ability to pressure to basketball deny passes and Virginia. Teen added the rhythm is going to be the most important thing. If Virginia owns the rhythm and the tempo this game. It's going to be a hard for Duke to win this game. Now think about this Duke and a half court. There are two hundred sixteenth in a country in points per possession and half court that is really ugly. And then you mentioned Virginia's defense again just a few days ago. Syracuse they come in with that stifling defensive zone. What kind of problems will? They give Duke this Virginia defense, which is number one in the country. Jesus defense is tied to that. Take a bad shots. Turn it over the one thing. I think that Virginia's gonna pack my defense they're going to keep it in front protests. Shouts watchman's. I await gets the game. I will he gets the ball. When Zaia Williamson gets the ball. Look for Virginia to double him in the post. Get the ball out of a SCI. That'd be cost. The court.
"zaia" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Slayton college basketball at six eastern on ESPN and the watch ESPN app, but Duke is missing their floor. General trae Jones Seth Greenberg on that. And who wins tonight? He was on sports center. It's hard to make up for his absence. You talk about trae Jones his ability to dominate the ball to point of attack to disrupt defensively and share the ball and get the most easy baskets in transition by advance passing. But remember now they played Syracuse without cameras. So they're going to be a little bit better offensively just from that Stanbridge coming off a huge game against Florida state, his shot making ability, and I really believe to the camera show RJ Barrett. They're going to have to go up and defend the basketball. They have to find a way to speed this game up and their ability to pressure to basketball deny passes and Virginia. Team added. The rhythm is going to be the most important thing. If Virginia owns the rhythm and tempo this game. It's going to be a hard for Duke to win this game. Now think about this Duke and a half court. There are two hundred sixteenth in a country in points per possession and the half court that is really ugly. And then you mentioned Virginia's defense again just a few days ago. Syracuse they come in with that stifling defense in the zone. What kind of problems will they give Duke this Virginia defense, which is number one in the country. Defenses type in their offense. It don't take a bad shots. Turn it over the one thing. I think that there. On defense to keep it in protest. Shouts watchmen. Zion gets the game. I will give him. He gets the ball. When Zaia Williamson gets the ball. Look for Virginia to double him in the post get the ball out of the sands. Then because the.
"zaia" Discussed on DLC
"You can rustle cattle, and you can decide whether you want to be a good guy or a bad guy. So you can there's an outlaw track and Ammash track. And so if you do bad things and the game like Russell cattle robot the players, then you go further up this outlaw track that's going to get you loads of points. But then that gives the opportunity for the other players to play Marshall to try and arrest you, and that's going to move them up the Masha track, and when you got rested, you lose all of your credentials because he'll no longer cool anymore. You got arrested. And so that those points you again every time, you know, long again. So there's. That even is the Matic in the sense of being a bad guy is hot. And whereas being a good guy in this game is kind of a bit more safe a bit Mosa q. And yet you can do what you want is Lowe's different ways to get points. And you tell different story every time you play different character. That's based on a like, a classic wild west character. They will give you a bit of a lean in temps the direction the way you start the game. And yeah, it's it isn't a natural storytelling game in the sense. You don't read loads and loads taxed, but you really tell the story in the interactions. He have is a very interactive game. So you have to like attacking play effectively. So you got to be prepared to lose all of your money because you got roped by someone to lose all of your wanted level because in somebody arrested you love games like that. And. And it does it really. Well, it's quite a simplistic system. So the this to other sound box games that very famous mush and some Rodas and Zaia legends of address system and much mood is is great pirate game. But it's the rules are complex western edge. Insys surprising simple. The game is like long it will play two to three hours, but it's not that hard to get into because everything happens with these polka Qods that you have they do pretty much all the actions in the game. If you get into a fight. It's basically who's the best polka cod if you play polka so see who's the best polka cuts, and if you there's other actions in the game it comes down to these cards, but they moved to use. They also have actions on can do other things. And it's that decision as to how you best use your hand is is really how the game goes. So cool. It seems like a thematic interesting way to do it. Yes, I'm dying to try this one. And I think sandbox is such a difficult thing to pull off well by I'm so curious to to play it again that's called western legends. All right. What else you got on your list? So I wanted to talk about a bunch of different games. Western legends is a bit heavy. Detectives have chronic loses.
"zaia" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"That wasn't nice. It wasn't even the meanest really only. She only said like we gotta get rain on her. She's the problem. She's the problem. I mean, come on. This is this this whole thing to be set off because of a bowl of fucking ice cream. Carolina after you've been sleeping and taking time off and limping around with your fucking band-aid on your show, etc. Etc. Etc. Yeah, now, it's ice cream that really sets you off. I mean that is so below deck. Yeah. And I didn't even think it was going to be that like she's like now she's pissed because you can have or possess show ice cream. So she's ironing and folding things and cursing. You know, she's like working your way into a tizzy. And then she finds ashen and is like Ashton can I talk with you, a friend of mine. He's like we shared a moment, we looked at a condom together. And now like you don't wanna trust. So at this point. I think that she's just frustrated, which is totally acceptable. Like, I get it. Like, you're you're you know, you've had a foot infection. Now, you have a cold your mom's going through shit. You're just frustrated. So I thought it was just Caroline was frustrated she just needed to vent. And I think that's totally acceptable. I didn't I was not like I was I wasn't feeling any certain sort of way about it at this point. You know? No. Yeah. Agreed. Yeah. I mean, I was just I that. That's the thing about Caroline as far as filming goes for show. She's not really a villain villain because we've said it every week like she's not really hateful. She's like a cute fun girl who just head. She She she. she. Yup. She's not like an ultra villain. So keep expecting something to spin out. And it really does it. But I just I really appreciate how this show can take something like this and make it into this huge of an episode, exactly. And so she's telling Ashton that she's been so unhappy and that Joe Zaia and Kate have been totally faked her face, which may be true. But honestly, it's still a job. It's slinky. They may be faked your face, but like you just have to deal with it. Because in the classic reality show trope, you're not there to make friends. I mean, you are actually there ostensibly to work on a yacht. And if they were all could be friends that make life easier, but. I don't know. It's like, it's like, okay. But fine vent about it. Honestly. Yeah. Vent about it. That's fine. But later on to quit about it. I don't know if I get bumped because Cates a bipolar bitch. I'm told take abuser. Go home. Okay. Let's also point out that she called somebody bipolar because everybody's already fighting online like well, this is, you know, making fun of somebody's. If you call somebody crazy or whatever she called her bipolar. So. Yeah. She's not the person in power. Oh god. I'm not going to start arguing with myself now. No. So now you've tried and she goes I have tried. But I can't change them to my face. Like, oh, love you. Like, it's not a rank thing gets a respect thing. I've been unhappy most of this time or leave bonsai. Yeah. I'm being how many times do I have to defer my bowl of statue ice cream. Just to do. My job is not fair so shocked when I when I saw broken glass yesterday. So now, it's time to go out. They're all going to celebrate, you know, they're just going to go out and have fun and Caroline's like, oh, I'm not going to go out Kate Kate here. Okay. Kate. All right. I need to address the crew I'm gonna put in my two days and Kate Indra Ziya are just like staring at her like..
"zaia" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"A senior Japanese whaling negotiator says Tokyo will continue to seek a resumption of commercial whaling despite the recent defeat of its proposal by the International Whaling Commission, senior fisheries negotiator had Dickie. Moore renew key says the WC should represent both conservation interests and the sustainable use of resources and not act as if it were an anti-whaling group the commission imposed a ban on commercial whaling in the nineteen eighties. Because of dwindling stocks Japan is instead conducted what it calls research whaling and says stocks have recovered enough that commercial hunts should resume. Jeremy house reports. Japan has hunted whales for centuries it has reduced its catch following international. Protests and declining demand for whale meat at home Macedonian, Prime Minister Zoran Zaia has described a referendum on changing the small European countries. Name to north Macedonia. Breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com. Exercise even light exercise can improve your memory exercises. Previously been shown to benefit memory and getting and staying active maybe the best prevention for dementia. It was thought that regular exercise over years was necessarily grow new brain connections, but studying young healthy adults who delight exercise for as little as ten minutes should bring growth almost immediately after unfunctional magnetic resonance imaging if Amora this is Charles Steiner in Washington. The government may soon be able to track intercept and destroy drones without getting judge's approval. Part of the aviation Bill that congress has rushing to approve and would target drones that thirties consider a security threat. Supporters say law enforcement needs the power to protect Americans from terrorists privacy advocates counter that the provision would give the government unchecked power to decide which drones are a threat. More on these stories at townhall dot com. I'm Rhonda rock stra. Sponsored by lifeline innovation innovations insurance services. Hey, it's great Talbot..
"zaia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Us for the rest of the program until seven thirty gmt our guests on it will finish rayleigh writer and political commentator she was a member of the israeli parliament for i the labor and then the independence party and oliver is a british author and journalist and former correspondent in russia we'll have more from them later well it took twenty seven years of talks and in the face of many protests but this week the prime minister's of greece and macedonia finally agreed on a new name for the former yugoslav republic since macedonia declared its independence in one thousand nine hundred one athens had refused to recognize its constitutional name saying it implied a territorial claim on greece's northern province of macedonia well macedonia the country could now be known as the republic of north macedonia so political wrangling over that name continues despite this week's initial agreement earlier this year we spoke on this program to matthew nimitz an american diplomat who's been the un special representative for this naming dispute since nineteen ninetythree he explained to us why this battle had dragged on for so long names have significance and when you refer to a name that's controversial take the middle east if you refer to judeh on somalia that expresses a point of view if you referred to the state of palestine that sex points of view the many areas of the world where names are significant and this is one that's a very very close to the hearts of the people of both countries delauney is the bbc's balkan correspondent i asked him if the deal agreed this week is really a done deal oh absolutely not and that was fairly clear from the moment that we had an agreement between the two prime ministers on tuesday was the agreement between the two prime ministers terrific but they both faced challenges in getting everything over the line in macedonia prime minister zoran zaia has to make a constitutional change in order to get this name new name accepted by his country so he's got to have a vote in parliament on the initial agreement then he's got to have a referendum and then a final vote in parliament to approve the changes to the.
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"And t mobile both rose sharply in wall street trading keep it on deutsche telekom later on when european stocks say get underway and trading daca telecom of course the parent company of team about us also the london offices of rupert murdoch's fox networks have been raided by investigators from the european commission it's part of a wideranging probe of anticompetitive behaviour related to sports rights the unannounced inspections were carried out in several european countries at companies active in sports that's according to the commission which is concerned that they may have breached competition rules let's bring you up to date then with the latest when it comes to syria here's bloomberg's sandra kilhof with more on that and other global news stories good morning markus yes tensions are high as the middle east wait say us ally response to a chemical weapons attack in syria aljazeera reports that coalition warplanes have been seen over the syrian iraqi border this morning bloomberg's donna crate has this report the opcw sending a factfinding mission to syria to investigate allegations of a chemical attack in the suburbs of the capital that took place over the weekend and killed dozens of people while the un security council once again feel to approval as russian to determine responsibility for such incidents beirut donna creech bloomberg daybreak europe as we just heard russia has vetoed a us proposed investigation into that gas attack in east asia vaseline zaia is moscow's representative at the un security council the united states today is once again trying to mislead the international community is making yet one more step towards confrontation by putting to a vote a draft resolution which does not have unanimous support of security council members now yesterday president emmanuel macron said france britain and america will make a joint response over the coming days meanwhile president trump welcome the emir of qatar to the white house yesterday has gulf allies continued to feud over its perceived support for terrorists but shaykh muhammad all tani had this message for the saudi led coalition i wanna make something very clear mr president we don't we will not tolerate with people who fund terrorism we've been cooperating with the united states of america to stop funding terrorism around the region and the confederation of british industry is warning that have a divergence from eu rules after brexit will mean more costs than benefits for uk firms beanbags leeann guarantees reports agriculture shipping in towards the.
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"So that was dallas fed president robert kaplan speaking exclusively to bloomberg let's get some more news from around the world has blue dot good morning markus the us has promised a forceful response to an alleged chemical attack in syria this is russia's calling for the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons to visit the site insisting that moscow and the syrian military one not involved bassolino been zaia is the russian ambassador to the un russia is being unpardonably threatened tone with winterless is being the dawn has gone beyond the threshold avoid even during the cold war president trump says us and north korean officials are preparing for a summit meeting with kim yong earn in late may or early june i think that'd be great respect paid by both parties and hopefully we'll be able to make a deal on the new of north korea they've said so we've said so i think it's going to be a very exciting thing for the world but diplomatic negotiated with north korea under previous administrations have said that pyongyang and washington of two very different definitions of denuclearization theresa may's plans for brexit trade deal with the eu has been dealt a blow after key european allies said there will be more bureaucracy awful leaving the block the danish prime minster met with his counterpart in copenhagen yesterday and said there will be an inevitable price to pay for britain leaving the single market and investors watching out for change the world's biggest sovereign wealth fund when we hear from norway's finance minister today bikes michael halter reports should norway's one trillion dollars seven well fund be allowed to invest in private equity that's one of the questions that should be answered when the government presents its annual white paper to parliament on tuesday the ruling coalition might also opened up for some unlisted infrastructure ventures after rejecting the idea twice in the past years in oslo michael holter bloomberg daybreak europe global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm sandra kilhof this is bloomberg thank you very much indeed.
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"Paul flash forward twenty years and the separatists aspirations fueled by the lega nord door northern league party seemed to have been carried away down the river instead this we can to legal non binding referendums held by the lega nord in the regions of lombardy venancio the question put to voters was not did they want to separate from italy but did they want to give permission to their regional leaders to negotiate with rome for a little more autonomy the day before the vote lombardi president roberto maroni was careful to distance himself from the catalonian vote he said the separatists their ham lost their chance and gloated about the possibility of milan now being in prime position to win a bid over barcelona for the headquarters of the european medicines agency poised to leave england after brexit in the italian referendums some five million people voted more than 95 percent of them almost forty percent of the population in lombardy and sixty percent and vento said yes to more autonomy a and b burn all illegal spatial the president of nato the region surrounding venice declared the victory was nothing short of a big bang in italian politics burner worth will be burned the revolt reduce or now the luca zaia announced his region would ask for more administrative control and seek to keep ninety percent of its tax revenue but i don't think that in the end the what the the.
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"Live from npr news in washington i'm korver coleman a military judges taking testimony today as he prepares to sentence beaubourg doll he's the soldier who walked away from his combat post in one of the most dangerous parts of afghanistan and pierre's greg my re reports troops who were injured while searching for bird dollar expected to testify if the sentencing hearing in fort bragg north carolina the hearing could last a number of days in bordeaux might also speak at some point he pleaded guilty a week ago to desertion and endangering his comrades in afghanistan back in two thousand nine he was captured by the taliban and tortured during his five years in captivity the judge army colonel jeffrey nance has wide discretion in the case he could give berdahl up to life in prison but he could also allow him to walk out of court a free man greg mary npr news fort bragg north carolina to wealthy regions in northern italy have voted in favour of greater autonomy the results are nonbinding nprs sylvia poggioli reports voters say they want to send less tax revenue to rome the governor of the vanity till region luca zaia hailed the result as the big bang of institutional reform his lamberte counterpart roberto maroni said the two regions can now unify and do the battle of the century both leaders are members of the anti by grid northern league that once more of a say on immigration policy the referendums were strongly criticised by the central government in rome which says they carry no legal weight and were big waste of money.
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"The lead in the guardian lobby groups warned that tie i am is running out before firms have to make contingency plans for britain leaving without a deal they say failure to agree a transition of at least two years could have widereaching and damaging consequences for investment and trade the time says they want an agreement that mirrors the uk's present relationship with the eu the online newspaper the independent the i how is it about and by the brexit campaign agena miller for mps to be shown more than fifty secret reports the government is produced on the effects of the economy leaving the eu miss milla believes that the government that the documents contain plans for a new deal scenario and the legal position on revoking article fifty she says failing to release the dossier to mps would leave voting blind when the issue comes to parliament lombardy's regional president roberto matter ernie tells larry republika that he's prepared for the battle of the century after vote is there and in neighboring veneto supported a call for greater autonomy that leader in veneto luca zaia hailed the result is a big bannon says he will seek control of ninety percent of the region's tax daily reports of police have been told to stop indulging in bizarre stunts as a leaked reports suggest the forces of failing to investigate people trafficking peopletrafficking adequately it says has been mounting criticism of gimmicks that have included offices painting their nails highlight the illegal trafficking of workers in now boss one mp says they should be concentrating their resources on catching criminals documents uncovered by the daily mirror reveal that the duke and duchess of windsor cheated the postwar rationing system to fund the lavish lifestyle the paper said the couple of nor the restrictions on hammadi claes they could buy on one occasion mrs simpson and said to have blown 72 coupons three times the a woman's entire annual allowance online injury they were eventually sense here by government officials who refused to hand over more vouchers queen and prince philip a keeping things much more low key combed the daily express part of fusing to hold a national celebration to mark at platinum wedding anniversary next month the paper says they'll be the first royal couple in britain to celebrate seventy he has of marriage but it points out have.