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"jal" Discussed on Mom And ... Podcast
"I think that people who are specially trained a friend who mentioned it the other night called it a death dula Which i don't know if that is the industry standard or if it's a particular level of coach but i do think there probably is kind of maybe a little bit more of the empathy and the the sensitivity around it probably more than what you get covered by insurance in terms of again angels on earth. These hospice workers what they are able to do But you know they're they're little bit more medical versus kind of the coach. I mean if you're looking at the two different levels of it so i do. I think that's amazing that that exists. And what a gift to give not only the person who is the patient but their their family friends and everyone around them is what a special special kind of and he was saying earlier about in a different time. We would've lived in the community with her elders. jal lucky. I'm not wiping mascara of off my face because that almost made me cry because we are missing that the way our lives are now men just away we the ages we are when we start have children and everything is different now in the way we live our lives and where we move in all of it were just much more mobile image were alone and much more alone and you would have someone to say this is what death looks like. This is how it's gonna go and you know these are the things that could happen and a lot of us. Don't have somebody in our life to say that now and so. Yeah it's just amazing. That their coaches. There's coaches for everything you need. I feel like that's how we rebuild our community is having to walk us through it and then maybe we give the gift of passing that knowledge on sometime for sure. What the idea of one person heels that heals the community but it also heals generations and generations. that's what we're talking about here and you think about death process. You talked earlier about started feeling back in. I'm like oh look there's more there what happens in family units at the time of death when somebody's in the process of dying right what happens. Families tend to erupt unspoken things that have been buried in put away in closets starts tumbling out right. I the idea of having someone there to help the family now suit. Yeah an in any level of coaching..
"jal" Discussed on Movin 92.5
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"jal" Discussed on Here We Are
"But if you listen to looking at their penises deal they got you. Spice in hook. Senator thorny jal structures on the mandate in their very busy. Going on there okay. Well now i guess we better back up. I gotta ask you why you decided to write a book about this in the first place and then after that i want to for at for any listener. That's never heard of A penis with weird hooks and clamps and various other things on. Before i would love to get into explaining why that is and a bunch of those evolutionary mechanisms and processes that shaped that. So yeah why. Why did you decide to write a book about About penises process proposal on my book about the brain. And while i was going through some rounds at i recollected Actually opposed die in urology your an end and that that the what we were doing your living working how them and what effects their development their wing than their opponents Thing i thought you now there should be a entire devoted to penises. Because does that exists. I was pretty sure. When i went to look that i would find that it did. But it doesn't not come across an keenum their books genitalia in general but not as focused on this and I was really thrilled to find that. Because i thought this would be quite interesting and then when i was deciding how to write about it. You know because of your choices Coffee table type thing group pictures you know or even making a house on kind of commentary says with the latter of the two and sa- built some says your cultural considerations around it as well. Wow fascinating Yeah i mean it it really. It seems like kind of a silly thing because we all the from from the time. We're kids we hear the word penis and it makes us chuckle a little bit. And that's this taboo that we that we don't talk about and and certainly isn't taken very seriously at least not mine in particular but It's a it's something that that anytime you talk about sex or something like it seems like it's usually associated with low hanging fruit her lowbrow. Our the taboo thing we don't talk about but there's so much oddly enough. There's just so much that we can learn about all of the different evolutionary pressures that have created the existence that we are now in all from looking at a beetle or fly penis under under a microscope and And is and it's something that it's it is as someone who's big into talking about science. And i love talking with scientists but i also liked talking about science to regular people when i'm not doing this show and it's not always the easiest thing to do when you're just hanging out with people but people people are into hearing about insect penises and stuff it it's it's it's good It's a it's a good way to get people interested in science it's intimate way structure for sure and to sort of deeper issues related to it. You've already mentioned evolution. And selection national license subset of sexual slighted and all those kinds of things. It's not even just be party in start going on about you. Know what drives selection selection pressures are. But if you start with you know here's a. C. e. o. Cleanest breakout electron V picture of that white my god. Why is that look like that. That's a great opening to well. On some you ask western..
"jal" Discussed on Uncensored Advice For Men
"Being attacked and it might cause fear or anxiety or discouragement. I just want to encourage you. Guys like ultimately god loves you There's there's stuff that we can do. I'm trying to figure out what that is. So if you have any advice for me. I'd love to talk with you about that. But just being courage that amount here thinking about you praying for you and And let's just end with that like there's There's some really good versus with jal baby all all include a link or something in the show notes here but let me just pray with you. This was on my heart this morning. This is not a typical episode. But i wanted to share it with you. And i just want to encourage you and pray with you so i'm going to pray with you and If you'd like if you're driving keep your eyes open or whatever but like i closed my eyes. So i could focus because i get like the the squirrel syndrome where i see shiny objects and i start talking about those. So that's why. I closed my eyes Father god in heaven. Thank you so much for for the men out there in the audience listening in participating sharing their pieces of advice for other men to lift up to encourage to challenge to be there together. A skies were not alone. And you know this is going through some really weird scary times. That's what it feels like for me. I pray you give us comfort through. Jesus holy spirit to give us give us comfort. Let the piece that you have to offer that you know that.
"jal" Discussed on Accidental Gods
"I will often hear these views as being antagonistic to each other. I'm all more. They actually gained their strength from their critique of each other so when people advocate values the need for collective action need for us to do things to get. They will often say the reason. We need to do this because we throw off the yoke of hierarchical control and we must resist the selfishness of individualism simile. They advocates of individualistic. Freedom we'll say we must be free from the choking retrogade full of social norms and social conventions and we must throw off the bureaucratic self entrusted nature vulgarity. So these are fighting against each other unsocial pathologies often to do with the fact that one of these forces simply becomes dominant. And if you look across the this are both you the greatest generalization compulsively imagine. But here is an enormous generalization. But one i think is nevertheless useful. What you see up until the agrarian revolution. Ten thousand years ago is societies that are overwhelming told a terrific they our authority structures but they are relatively weak. There is individuation but there is nothing like individuals molten sense primarily. because there's no scope for humilation if you're also gathered saucy right now. Those societies in many ways a good societies and then th- apologised a challenge. The kind of idea of life being nasty brutish and sholls. You know people. It looks as i people together society. Any work twenty hours a week. There are many things that are commendable about las Terrorism but they don't make much progress. Children are still dying in jal busted incredibly high right. life expectancy is still very low. People are subject to incredible risks because of the fact that they're all table to command nature. Slow that's what you get for the ninety eight ninety nine percent of human development. Then you get the revenue then move into Hierarchy becomes the dominant force. And that really takes us from the revolution up until the enlightenment..
How to Get Rid of Pimples Before Any Important Day
"We wanna talk to you real quickly today about covering up pimple when you got something important the next day whether it be dates a meeting an interview. Let's begin with a situation where you have a bit of time on your hands so you've got the pimple the night before you've got something important the next day what can you do that night to reduce the appearance of that pimple. Okay so the night before gives you a few more options than if he were up with the pimple on the day of but will discuss both situations so the night before you could use a spot treatment so it's about treatment will usually contain something like salicylic acid my have nice sina minding. They're both anti inflammatory and will help to heal the blemish. So alpha h have code clear skin blemish control jal near have one cold blemish control rapid relief that barth just liquidity spot treatments. You just pop it on the pimple and laid it dr apply at times in aurora because he will burn your skin off and that's gonna end up being a whole different scenarios. Sorry just be very careful with applying spot treatments but also pimple patches. I'm not sure if many men out that would have saved pimple patches yet. Kazan kind of relatively new. I guess in mainstream skin-care but we have a brand co 'cause rx and i have these pin patches that you can just pop over the spot it's like a physical patch seconds clear. He's pump that over it. And then you could go to bed wearing that and then wake up the next day take it off and it should be relatively flat so that will take away the techs jaw and like the angriness you get from
"jal" Discussed on "Diary of an Unemployed Actor"
"Sometimes you get people online an essay. You can't say us by the wrong. Which is ryan the cold out sense but sometimes all they do not on on behalf of this kind of what we would send study at whatever i would be the kind of dusty thus usually they insult or whatever this used by jal has and things ought. I would say all you all. Will you be working to you. You'll may be trying to sneak on some pay off when i actually very different to the net just kind of being offended full somebody rather than the individual. So that's that one and then we go. Somebody said yes. I think does kill creativity. When there is a fear of being counseled odd. Likened it to the you stop by said if you if you put a foot wrong you might disappear so you walk on eggshells all the time just in case gonzo culture also doesn't seem to accept apologies. Lobby took song and i think people need the space freedom to make ariz- apologies land Be able to move on from them although it was quite glide reference point that al than somebody else go if If council coach is supported by the majority i think stock creates it..
2021 Oscars Best Director Predictions
"Let's dive right back in with best director. Nominees are thomas winterberg for another round. David fincher from bank. Lee isaac chung for me. Ninety eight clue how for nomad land and emerald. Fennell for promising young woman stephen thompson. Gimme a will win and it should win in for will end. Should i'll go with clue jal i think she does beautiful work in. No maitland. I do wanna put in a good word though for emerald fennell and promising young woman. This film is so interesting and juggling so many tones this movie could have flown off the rails in so many ways and at the same time. It is absolutely gorgeous to look at what this movie is doing with. Color is so striking an inventive. It has an electric movie and when a movie feels electric off the way through you can often give the director a lot of credit for that. So i do want to put in a good word for emerald fennell but for will end should in this category. I'm going to go with kobe. Zhao all right fair. Enough i show. What do you think should win. Khloe joe will win. Make big mac. Yes so i think it's going to be david fincher because let's not forget that so few years ago. Even though moonlight wind up winning damian chazelle one for la la land and this is the category especially as director where they love to see the flashiest most technical intricate. Booby win So i think it's going to be probably david fincher. Although i would love to see joao went jau did win at the directors go to war so maybe that will happen. But i still think it's gonna be all
Business Lessons with Michael Teoh
"Michael is served fortune. Five hundred companies across forty one countries. Michael take a minute and filling for the tidbits about your law. Thank you so much andrew into all of you listening to this podcast and watching our interview right now lonzo doctrine that's a piece greeting from where i'm from kuala lumpur malaysia nestled in the heart of asia. Just in between singapore and thailand. A little bit tidbit about me is that i'm very grateful. Where during one of my productivity trainings. That i deliver to leaders around the world. It happened in malaysia. On one fine day. Web president barack obama actually visited my training. The president came for half an hour and it left me pleasantly surprised. Though i was shocked and i didn't know what to say for the next one minute. It was an awkward silence but the president gave his signal that i could carry on and then i carried the session on for the next thirty minutes and then the president came up took the stage gave his speech and we had a great time to connect with each other he gave a very very kind testimonial to the work that i was doing for the valla people because at the end of the day andrew really. I believe it's people like us many hardworking people out there watching this interview right now. Who's listening in. We are the ones that make the world goes round. We are the ones that put food on the table and we are the ones that really the movers and shakers many of us unsung heroes again. Thank you again andrew. And that's one of the reasons why i wanted. I was so excited to agree to be given this opportunity even to appear on your show again. Thank you andrew fantastic. You know. it's an interesting thing. Michael that as a financial guy. A lotta times. I spent my and i've spent my years during the performance of companies. And you know what. I've come to learn over. The years is that financial success has to do with two things number one the leader of the company if it's a bad leader in a bad direction that they choose. It's very hard to have strong. Financial success true so number one is the leader and the number two thing. is that what i've learned. In my opinion you don't need superstars. You need good qualified people but what you need is coordination amongst the management team. That's if you have a good leader and coordination amongst the land management team. That is the secret sauce. And so for all those people listening out there. If you think you're gonna find it in a financial statement. It's not there. Because remember as i always teach in my teaching of people in management i always say and particularly to my finance students finance adds no value. And what i mean by that is that finance is a mirror it is a reflection it is a way. It is a feedback mechanism for management team to judge the impact of their decisions. So i like people to understand particularly financial people. I know a lot of financial friends. Listen to this podcast. I want financial. People always keep in mind. That finance is a supporting function. Just as much as human resources and others and if you go into business only with a focus on finance you'll never get there but if you go into business with focus on management leadership strategy in building a team. That works together. It's unstoppable spot on andrew spa and also. I think you know the other thing about i. I often say to small and medium-sized businesses. Never fear giant businesses. Yeah they are so messed up. They can't easily coordinate. The activities of their management team and of the different business units a very difficult thing to do and they've also fallen prey to the the idea of. Kpi's in the sense that everybody has a key performance indicators that they're pushing and all the sudden you have everybody working hard in their own area but few people thinking about how to coordinate that effort and that's why the coordination of the management team is what really can said a small medium sized business apart and make an impact anyways. Those are those. What's your i mean. You've you've done a lot with large as well as small and medium-sized businesses. What are some of the takeaways. Let's just say there's there's listeners here to do have small and medium-sized businesses. What are some of the things that you've learned over the years. I believe one of the things. Andrew that i've just had the fortune to work with is with fortune. Five hundred companies as you mentioned across forty one countries and i agree with you spot on and you mentioned some of these large companies. They have a lot of challenges when they're not coordinated or even if the global headquarters is shoes a directive but when it comes to a localization part if they do not work or respect local partners to work with it doesn't work and one thing i find having coach one hundred fifty. Sme's during this pandemic because it is during this time where truth be told andrew if you would ask me. Is it my first preference to work with sms. Truth be told. It's not reason being because during this pandemic when it hit malaysia we ran into a lot now immediately all out. Huge corporate clients decided to freeze training. Funds decided to freeze employees development funds. And i realized that s my business was suffering yet. I didn't wanna give up so what i felt was. Hey if the big boys or the big corporates are not able to pay me. Where else can i bring my company. Where else can pivot. And where else can i add tremendous value. Because i'm a believer if you wanna get paid in. Whatever you're doing do not ask us of what people could give you but instead ask what you can give people so i started asking myself. What value can i give. And that was. When i realized that a lot of sme's struggling they were shutting down. And then i realized that. I coach i train. I guide a lot of bit. Corporates on sales marketing on how to happen entrepreneurial jal thinking and i thought i'm just going to bring all this formula that i've learned from all these big companies and i'm going to localize it personalized to sme's and that was how we help them generate five to six figures revenue during the time when everyone was closing shop independent lockdown that hit malaysia. And then people heard about us across the region and that was how we got invited across south east asia and part of the united states to do trainings consulting and even some mentoring virtually. But if you were to ask me what i really respect from. Sme's that were willing to at least fight. During this pandemic is their willingness that openness to be jal and to be nimble and to assure a-team that things are going to be uncertain. They're going to be uncertain if physician change of a drop of a hat. They must have be emotional audacity the strength to cope with it and to just have that faith that better things will come
"jal" Discussed on KTOK
"Well. The new Congress was just sworn in Sunday, and there is already new controversy in the House, where Democrats have a slimmer majority. A new rules package for the 117th Congress for news remote proxy voting. A pandemic precaution set up last year and changes a legislative tool used by the minority party to change bills before final passage, known as motions to re commit. So that he can no longer be used the hijack the legislative process Rules Committee chairman Democrat Jim McGovern says to change will not limit Republicans rights GOP leader Kevin McCarthy disagrees. Given me the passion To win back the majority so I can win back the voices on this floor that they won't be denied. The new rules package also eliminate some budget restrictions on pandemic and climate legislation and incorporates gender neutral language. Jared Halpern Fox News today after Iran seized a South Korean oil tanker, the ship's owner claims it was a military raid sing Iranian troops forced him to change course and go to Iran and of negotiations between the two countries. Billions of dollars in Iran assets are frozen in South Korea. Banks is part of the American pressure being put on Iran. Theo US is also been putting pressure on China. However, the New York Stock Exchange says eat no longer plans to deal is three Chinese telecommunications giants after consulting with the Office of Foreign Assets Control. Index said it had originally planned to drop the Chinese telecom listings in order to comply with President Trump's November executive order, which bars American companies from investing in firms. He claims, eh, the Chinese military Chinese Security Regulatory Commission on Monday said the order was based quote on political purposes. Other major indices including the S and P and Dow Jones have taken steps to comply with the order, which will go into effect next Monday. Showman. JAL fonts Knee on Wall Street stock futures.
NYSE says it will no longer delist three Chinese telecom giants
"Pressure on China. However, the New York Stock Exchange says eat no longer plans to deal is three Chinese telecommunications giants after consulting with the Office of Foreign Assets Control. The index said it had originally planned to drop the Chinese telecom listings in order to comply with President Trump's November executive order, which bars American Companies from investing in firms he claims, eh. The Chinese military Chinese Security Regulatory Commission on Monday said the order was based quote on political purposes. Other major indices including the S and P and Dow Jones have taken steps to comply with the order, which will go into effect next Monday. Showman. JAL fucked me
All evidence points to the Big Ten being the best league in America for a second straight season
"Today, turn our attention to the big ten where I have Iowa winning the regular season title while Norlander has pegged Illinois as the. Favourite and Wisconsin to finish second. So let's start there. Norrland explain to me why you're being totally disrespectful the frame McCaffrey to Luca Garza to this public research university that was founded in eighteen forty seven at CBS sports me Jerry Paul David all have Iowa in the top two but you and strong JAL cow bone have Iowa third in the big ten. Explain Yourself. This is gene wilders Al-Matar we're talking about for crying out loud. Oh, there we go. Something tells them you've been snooping around the Iowa wikipedia page. That's where I get all my goodland ACM forty, seven trivia gets on. What's the oldest institution in the Big Ten? Let's let's what do we think it is big ten rules. What's two oldest one founded first? What's our guest founded? I I'm running through right now I'm going to say it's Penn State Penn. State's your guests I'm going to go. I'M GONNA go man is a tough one I'm going to say. That's a good one. I'M GONNA say Michigan I'M GONNA Michigan sealed list no idea by the way no idea someone chips someone pleads tweet us and let us know I don't know when the oldest we could. Actually we could go and look through all the wikipedia pages in real time here. But let's let's make a fun quick podcast here you want to know why I have. Iowa. Third I'll let you WanNa know what that's what I want. That's what you want to I'll let you know that I talked with Sam visine yesterday good old Sam. Who May who may appear on this podcast remember never know it's always out there. He actually asked me where I have Iowa in my one, two, three, fifty seven and I said, well, I'm GonNa have them in the top ten but I'm actually going to have them behind. Illinois in Wisconsin. He goes. You're absolutely right and I don't know how many people are gonNA. Agree with you. But I'm with you hundred percent and the reason why is this this team has the preseason national player of the year and Luca Garza it's got a great talent and Joe Camp. Jordan bohannon terrific Khanna McCaffrey. Great. But defensively, there's enough there that are not there that I'm going to. Just sell a bit on a twenty eleven team from last season ninety, seven defensive efficiency at Ken Palm. I like Wisconsin's overall team just a smidge better smidge and I do like Illinois I think he's GonNa be the best team in the big ten. So I love that we have we need some more genuine disagreement on the podcast here I've got Illinois definitely as the as the best team in the big ten and then Wisconsin and then Iowa. But in the Grand Scheme of the sport, I, think those are three of the ten best teams in college basketball. We agree on that have Iowa fifth in the top twenty five in one. Illinois six and Wisconsin Tint So. You know. We're all in the same ballpark and I do think you can reasonably despite. My anger at the top of the podcast I do think you can reasonably have those three teams in. Any order as for Iowa. Five players last season start at least twenty games all five or back plus they get Jordan Bohannon Beck, they finish twenty third at. Kim. Tom. But they were 97th in defense of efficiency and quite clearly if you're trying to look for a reason why Iowa isn't actually going to break through and make the final four for the first time since nineteen eighty. Where you start is on the defensive side of the ball ninety seven defensive efficiency. It's hard to be great when you are that bad on the defensive end of the court,
Immigration was a dominant issue in the 2016 election, but not this time
"Than three weeks away, and we're going to spend the next few days digging into the candidate's positions on some of the key issues. Begin with immigration. It has been a consistent policy priority since day one of the Trump administration and indeed, President Trump continues to crack down on immigration, closing the southern border to migrants and slashing the number of foreign workers allowed into the country. But on the campaign trail, he rarely brings the topic up. Vice President Joe Biden, meanwhile, promises to systematically undo nearly every one of the changes Trump has made to the nation's immigration system. NPR's Joel Rose covers immigration and he's going to give us more detail about how each man would handle immigration policy. Hey, JAL. Hey, officer. To tell us what President Trump has been saying about immigration in the closing weeks before the election. Well, it has come up, but not as much as you might expect. Remember, immigration was one of Trump's signature issues in 2016. He kicked off his campaign five years ago, talking about Mexican immigrants as rapists and rolled all the road all the way to the White House and chance of build the wall. In a second term, We could expect more of the same. He's still using that kind of rhetoric, painting immigrants as a threat and a burden here is talking a few weeks ago in Minnesota, which has the country's largest population of Somali refugees. Biden Wiltern, Minnesota into a refugee camp. But he said that overwhelming public resource is overcrowding, schools and in a dating your hospitals. You know that it's already there. It's a disgrace what they've done to your state. It's absolutely isn't disgraced again. But that was only one line and long speech and often, immigration is not a major focus in his stump speeches. Why do you think that is well? For one thing? It's just not a burning issue for voters anymore. Polling shows that it's been overshadowed by the pandemic by the economy and bi racial inequality. There is also a theory among immigrant advocates that the Trump Administration's immigration crackdown has not been popular with moderate suburban voters that he needs to win over in some crucial swing states, especially the family separation policy of a few years ago. I talked to Mary Elena in copier who's with the Biden campaign? Who's sorry, who's worked with the Biden campaign? Excuse me. She's also the director of the National Immigration Law Center on any given day, he still scapegoating immigrants. And most importantly, we're seeing the policies are still anti immigrant and xenophobic policies are still being put in place. What's different now is that his attacks don't seem to be resonating as much as they have in the past. Interesting. Well, what about the president's most fervent supporters? I mean, what do they think of his relative silence on immigration right now? Well, immigration restrictionists seem a little surprised. They think the president is missing an opportunity to tout his successes here. Overall, immigration plummeted by almost half in the first three years of his presidency, and since the pandemic began, he has cracked down. Even more administration is also racing to construct hundreds of miles of border wall on the US Mexico border. I talked to Dan Stein, He's the president of the Federation for American Immigration Reform, which supports lower levels of immigration. Trump is in a sense is a victim of his own success between the travel ban and the security lock downs and the suspension of various categories. For a lot of reasons, the immigration issue has dissipated as the administration has made these needed changes. And yet, for whatever reason, the campaign has decided not to move this issue Front center. Stein thinks that Trump has a great story to tell American workers about how he is protecting their jobs. But Stein is concerned because a lot of Trump's accomplishments have come through executive actions so they could be reversed by a president Biden. Okay, so that's President Trump's side of the immigration issue. What isthe former vice President Joe Biden saying about how he would handle immigration? Well, he has indeed promised to undo as much as he can of Trump's immigration agenda. Biden would end the travel ban on people from majority Muslim countries put 100 Day moratorium on deportations. And stop building trumps border wall. Here's Biden, addressing a group of Latin ex elected officials. Trump fails to understand the basic truth of immigrants. That they're the incredible source of our nation's strength, and they always have been On day one. I'm gonna send Congressman Bill. Immigration reform will focus on keeping families together. It's about families. Including providing clear roadmap to citizenship. 11 million undocumented immigrants roadmap to citizenship, So Biden's agenda is not just about dismantling what Trump has done. That's right. It's actually a very long and ambitious platform that would not only provide a pathway to citizenship for millions of immigrants here illegally, including the so called dreamers, but would also expand the number of visas that the U. S issues and would end the use of for profit immigration detention centers. In other words, Biden's gender really has moved to the left a lot even from the Obama platform of a few years ago. Remember, President Obama deported more than a million immigrants in his first term, far more even than President Trump? And immigration hardliners want to see Biden challenged on these positions, which they call amnesty and an invitation for more Central American migrants to flood the southern border. But so far immigration Just hasn't come up at either of the debates. That is
Disney Lays off 28,000 Workers
"It has been a cruel month were Disney workers on September twenty. Ninth. Disney announced layoffs for twenty eight thousand people mostly those who work for its parks and resorts division or in Disney speak cast members layoffs affect all types of employees from actors and singers to bus drivers, ride mechanics and cruise ship operators close to seventy percent of the people receiving digital pink slips work time. In many cases, these employees have been furloughed since April shortly after covid nineteen forced Disney to close its theme parks and cruise line furloughed employees stopped receiving wages but kept their benefits. Now, following a period of severance pay, they could lose everything not that it hasn't already been bleak unite here local seven three. Seven is an Orlando Union representing eighteen thousand Disney Hotel and food service employees. Last summer, the Union organized a weekly Food Bank planning provisions for two hundred families one day in late September, the line of people waiting for food stretch two miles eight hundred people picked up groceries the new. York Times reported. That's despite the fact that Disneyworld reopened in July. Disneyworld is the company's flagship and the larger of its American theme parks on a Normal Day seventy five thousand employees keep the complex San Francisco sized park running. Now, those numbers are down by thousands disneyworld reopened with stringent social distancing and sanitizing procedures. But despite Disney's safety plans, many fewer tourists are currently willing to visit amusement parks either. Fearing the virus because some restaurants and attractions remained closed or because international travel is restricted or some combination of all three. The situation for Disney is arguably even worse in Anaheim where Disneyland remains closed due to government restrictions not surprisingly Disney is desperate to reopen, but with corona virus cases on the upswing nationally governor Gavin newsom has said no relations between Disney and governor newsome's office have quote turned frosty according to Bloomberg BusinessWeek Disney says, no one at Disneyworld has contracted covid nineteen since the park reopened regardless lackluster attendance to all of its theme parks is causing horror movie like hits to Disney's earnings Disney's parks unit brought in two, thousand, six, billion in revenues. Last year. CNN. Reported profits. Fell ninety percent in the first three months of this year that the pandemic continues is clearly bad news for any industry that relies on crowds. The virus has also battered Disney rival universal, which operates theme parks in Orlando and elsewhere universal parks sitter and more than a billion dollars in revenue. Last year, they dropped like a scary rollercoaster ride this year though second quarter sales fell more than ninety percent universal to has laid off thousands by now it's certainly no surprise that the pandemic hurt travel hospitality and tourism is hard as it has. But what is notable and often lost in the headlines is that the economic effects of the pandemic are strikingly different depending on your skills industry and geography Lower, income workers are far more likely to work in jobs that cannot be done from home. It's impossible to do laundry fix a broken roller coaster or dresses Mickey and shake a child's hand to resume. Of course, as we continue to socially distance digital industries are booming many professional workers are fine or increasing their wealth but person businesses like Disney resorts have no clear and certainly no quick line of sight to a recovery. Jal points to the fact that the booming stock market tells far from the whole story about the economy and economy of riches for some and recession for many many others.
"jal" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"JAL reports, officials were not allowed entry into the building because of falls under Chinese sovereignty, allowing the communist regime to deny access. Heaston please tell Fox TV affiliate Kare Ivy. Many of the employees of the consuls are slated to be evicted Friday, and they were burning classified documents. However, when asked why they were being evicted, Houston police said to ask the State Department or President Trump himself, a State Department spokesperson tells Fox the consulate closure is over Chinese spying and influence operations that have increased over the past few years. The Chinese government has consulate still in four other American cities, plus the embassy in Washington and his first appearance at the White House Corona virus breathing since April, President Trump says about mask wearing for protection I have no problem with the masks. I view it this way. Anything that potentially can help and that's certainly can potentially help is a good thing, he says. Unfortunately, the outbreak will probably get worse before it gets better. As the White House Senate Republicans and Democrats negotiator New Corona virus relief package Kentucky Republican Rand policies his party's doing too much spending. This latest bill or time out is over a trillion dollars, and that's before they start compromising with the Democrats to give the Democrats what they want. So I think it's a foolhardy notion to think that you can just create money out of thin air. Give it to people and that that creates well. He was on the Fox news rundown podcast. At least 14 people are wounded in a drive by shooting outside a funeral home in Chicago. The attendants of the funeral exchanged gunfire with black vehicle. Chicago police First Deputy Superintendent Eric Carter vehicle midway down.
Tips for Pivoting Because of COVID-19
"I I want talk about so we'll talk about the things that I'm doing a kind of sprinkled in throughout the episode but a few of my friends six of my friends Were able to record messages and I think that they cover a pretty decent range of Changes that they've made and I want to start with some of the Maybe some of the more obvious or maybe just the things that people probably think to do the things that they think they should do And that's changing their service in some way not completely of course but pivoting to take their service and and help the people who are most affected so I up Is My friend Shannon Schaefer Schaefer Shannon Schaefer. You might remember her from earlier this year and her talking about her processes and how to Not necessarily automate the whole process but put a good process in place to help. Grow Your Business. Well let's hear from Shannon about what she's doing During the pandemic to help pivot her business. Hey Jal so yeah. We had to make some quick changes to our company. We were heavily into both membership sites in also into brochure sites from local businesses than what we found is we were able to take our experience with membership. Sites will commerce that side of the house quickly translated into e commerce sites for restaurants locally here who needed to get their menus online and for some of our other clients who previously weren't selling physical products online. We were able to help them. So while we didn't have a ton of experience in the true ecommerce space We've been using woo. Commerce for memberships and other memberships funding. We just took that experience and very quickly became a ECOMMERCE shop And we are pushing out. Several new will commerce sites here in the next couple of weeks so law. Our core offering is still available We have let our customers know that they need to get their businesses online Specifically in the restaurant space Some of our retail customers who only had a brick and mortar space. So we've kind of partnered with them to help them get their products out there and still be able to do business. The other thing that we've done is help with covert messaging We do email marketing and that was important that we were like. Hey now's not the time to stop so we've actually ramped up the amount of email marketing that we're doing for our clients for source sites are kind of on hold. You know. People don't need. They need something interactive something where they can actually make sales online. So sometimes just stop and think about how your business can evolve so for me. I think that what I've learned in this pandemic quickly is that Sometimes we have something that we do really well that can translate to another line of business and instead of sitting on it We were pushed to to make it happen so Hopefully we will be doing e commerce sites at scale in the near future all right. I WanNa thank Shannon for For calling in a special shout to her because she did basically isn't it? I asked Which was amazing because you never know people are busy and and I wanted to get this out as soon as possible. So thank you Shannon. You can find out more about Shannon and everybody in this episode over at the show notes for this episode at how I built dot it slash one six nine but the important thing to remember about what Shannon said here is that she was doing brochure sites and membership sites and she was able to take and use that experience to help people build ecommerce sites. I know that she works with a lot of local clients and some not so local clients. But she's communicating with her brick and mortar stores. She's helping them get online so that they can continue to do business and Helped with their Kovic nineteen messaging which will hear about from somebody else leader but what I loved about. Her answer was she said now is not the time to stop and think that's so important for us to remember end for us to relate to our clients or customers. This is a time where people are probably worried about money in their thinking that they should pull back and go into complete defense mode But you're you know you're not gonNA score any goals if you're just playing defense so I'm really Miss Sports. So that's what that sports analogy was brought to you by So if you can help your go on the offense and be proactive about their businesses. I think that Shannon offers a great way she took her experience and her teams experience and they were able to use it in a way to help businesses where they need it
"jal" Discussed on M&A Science
"Fluctuate when as you go through the different stages of the deal so that those are the main drivers and we talked about this before it's it's a mindset as well because to be able to be agile and have a responsive process, it requires a change oriented mindset that is focused on creating an environment that encourages collaboration. Okay. That's a good one is interesting. You you? Talking about this sort of the big benefits, so they what different agile we on the last thing you mentioned mindset. Do you think agile is more about mindset than it is with process? It's definitely more focused on the is now. It's definitely focused on mindset, because that's where it starts and ends so that mind says what dries agility, and the leadership is what's going to naval the practice that follow through the process now it's interesting because you know when we talk about mindset, and I think I think it'd be pretty right. Broadly speaking as a corporate disciplines, aquatic conservative discipline as well in other words, it's based upon. Tried and tested approaches on how you? You come to deal how you make a deal. How you close the deal, etc? that. Is is quite entrenched so nonetheless quite conservative approach web doing things. How do you propose changing that mindset giving a compelling reason to change I think that's the biggest driver because people are stagnant. They don't want to change their behavior and do things, but the reality is in the top reason would dries changes a compelling reason to which ties back to taking the time to do the discovery understand what the pain points are whether they're very obvious or digging deeper and finding the underpinning challenges. Now you say compelling reasons not agree with you. Did. You think that a handset JAL works when perhaps in an organization, passes doing a matrix position or something element of crisis main. It comes down to this whole notion of a compelling reason because. Will say well. We do things the moment you know we. We kind of muddle away through. We need to change things. So where would be the compelling reason the do as the deal progresses right? We start off with the deal. Where maybe there's very few people involved. And as we continue, more people get involved in the deal. We get through diligence. More different functions get involved. Third parties can evolve third party. Council gets involved. We go through this to integration or even more people get involved and you're working with the target company. That whole process continues to get more complex as more information comes in and more people are involved, and that's where you see that real reason of creating a process that can be adaptive and continue to evolve in response to this growth of information in an participants so that that's a big reason in. It's important to do that early. Because early on you don't see those problems when you have people that know about the deal, but by the time. Time companies often feel the real pressure and pain of an emanate process there at the state, where it's very difficult to change things. Yeah I agree with you not as interesting. You mentioned a couple of times that they the word adaptive. The everybody would agree..
Zach Burks: Adoption On The Way Through Non-Fungible Tokens
"ZAC. Books is the founder of mine table up with me today from Singapore might thank you so much being on the show. Amen Thank you. I appreciate it. I worry as we look those starving first of all your background because I know that this isn't the first thing that you've involved in the spice. When did you get in and if you could take a walk through as to what it is Brought you to this point. Yes so sorry on the nights of read that wrong of putting in the mental mental. Like you could amid stuff so it. `Bout about my background. I've been in Crypto since two thousand twelve got into Bitcoin at about five bucks. It was quite a while ago. Actually think back on it. I can't believe how long it's been And then I got. I got into software development and started working as a contract developer on Syria. Back in late. Twenty fifteen twenty sixteen And make a long story short. Basically did that for a bit and I saw This Erc seven twenty one standard. Come out and this came out along after the first. Nf she did the scene and the first NAFTA was this thing called crypto and I remember seeing these crypto punks and thinking about like. Oh that's cool. It's like a little Avatar and there were limited. There's about five hundred or some small now and you can go through pick whichever one you wanted and then claim them and about a week short and Like I found a week after it came out so there were none left that I liked that. I wanted to claim so I never thought that was the first example of a non fungible token on the botching and when I found that it piqued my interest. A little bit still fairly new. We didn't call. Non fungible tokens at that point. It was just kind of this. Avatar project Then this game came out called Crypto kitties and. I'm sure a lot of people familiar when it gets enough. Keys and Crypto kitties and funny funny enough story. I was Actually the first person to make money on Crypto kitties because at the Hackett on a day war but they came out. The idea was kind of like earth out of Day were live streaming and I was washing California and they said hey could game go to like Beta dot dot com or whatever and So I'm sitting home and I'm being a while a game on. We've never seen this before. I WanNa play SAR win. Sort OF PLAYING THE GAME. And there's only like twenty other people because you know. It was at a hacker on everyone's busy accurate and work in their own project. I was just seeing their home. Spamming the spamming over and over in Taiwan and I went to the prizes and Benny the founder. I was trying to claim my eat surprise. Who was like? Oh Man. I'm so happy Wendish. Were you out in the heck. Come down to the booth by the balloons and we'll chat. I'll shake your hand and I am in California right now and He he wasn't too excited about that because this is in Canada's or their Akhavan was and that was how he's GonNa hit the scene and that's how I really got up close and personal in a teasing from that point forward All my focus was on. Nf T- From Development to research to the ecosystem I have a paper published with the I. Tripoli on using our contracts blockchain teased out Within a supply chain for food traceability and and so since Krypton kitties really been focused our MP's and came up with the idea for miserable because that's all there was a lot of problems with impedes Mainly like you know managing those entities for example. You know if you go to your wallet with your ears. He Twenty Tokens. It's very simple for you to transfer them rides. It's made for that but The Wall it's you know at the time warp made for an keyser's only like one wall at the at collectibles on their We made a manager which leads any wall interact with their NFC's and work on most the NFC is out there as long as they're not like to custom Just like ears twenty two and that was the start of of something groups a little bit of background. So you've been around I mean that's that's remarkable blind. Bitcoin BECCA five dollars. We'll donahue you bought a bunch beheld. Yeah well unfortunately of course you know back when it was five dollars. No-one held it. We bought it to to spend it. Yes I spent a lot apply spent about About one hundred. Fifty Bitcoin Buying things that I probably shouldn't have and looking back on that now thinking somewhere around three four seven million dollars about seven hundred fifty thousand dollars And slapped my head thinking wow. I can't believe I've spent that much twenty on the stupid things I've thought but I kept a bit and it's a it's been good. I've been able to live and work on my own projects. I haven't had a job for quite a few years now and So it's been next. Well well done so. Let's back into that and if you will because I'm hearing a lot more about it than an inmate. I mean I think there was the travis and JAL from the bag. Crypt type PODCAST. We're also talking about that recently and suggesting that it was going to be somewhat of a breakthrough and a real sort of rubber hitting the road for twenty twenty. Being non fungible Tokens It seems to be getting a lot of momentum from a lot of people respect. So can you tell me why? So many people talking about non fungible tokens in. And why it's going to be something that's used and something. That trump is going to benefit table and the spice and who will benefit from out so our question. But what is the tree breakthrough here using Non fungible titans. What is it that we're looking at? Yeah and you know back podcast. A great example. I was actually just on a call with Joel yesterday. talk with him about his. Nfc's and seeing how we can help them out and the thing is is this why. It's got the potential to be such a breakthrough adoption building kind of token devices because their use cases for inept. Keys are so massive. It can go from something like a ticket or proof of listening to your podcast. You know for example in this podcast you can say hey go to this. Lincoln claim I N T and if you have you know ten of those in a tease from ten different podcast. I'll give you a free a free class or free less than or access to my course an fifty and accusing him. They'll give you free access to the conference so speaking out or whatnot and so that's just one example of how you take something and it can be modified and changed to fit almost any use case from games to attendance to financial markets Inept he is can be used to be able to take real estate We've seen real estate be used quite a bit within a piece where You know you take. A House is represented in shares in the. House are keys because you gotta you gotTa remember without the difference between the NFC. In years she twenty is that in your she twenty. I can send you have. I can send you a quarter. I can do zero point two size of of any token but with an years. Seven twenty one an nf. Chea- it's non hundred meaning one of the things that can't be divided right so if you think of a trading card like Pokemon or baseball card. I can't give you half of that car. I can't rip it in half and give you half that right if you're thinking of a Cat. I can't give you half of my cat. I can only give you my cat right and this is really cool off of your capital. Absolutely I guess yeah. I would be a very good cat owner. So the thing is is is. This gives us this new kind of functionality where you can take something like shares in a company and you can create you know whether it be financial shares for an actual company or whether it's shares in real estate or whether you do something like say token izing your files and this is what we're working on right now is to allow people to create a file and then have represented on the blockchain. And the reason we do this because you create a cycle of continuous engagement for something that used to be like one time and so we go back to the example of your podcasts by giving. Nfc Insane if you collect Tennessee's Will give you a coupon or we'll give you a discount your free. Something Is Is incentivizing engagement. Where normally it's very hard to get engaged for listeners? Podcasts or for say celine some thoughts or graphic design work Normally people by listen to purchase it and they never go back they never interact with the seller. The podcast stir anyb- but by having enough teas you get dying gauge and this increases the the seller or the podcast persons customer engagement rate and this also increases their revenue increases their profits and ashes one example. It's it's literally endless of the use cases for NFPA's I think one of the most interesting would be you know something like identity or food traceability right so an NF key could also be passed. Or now I don't know if you should necessarily your passport on the blockchain because the public and everyone would be able to see your passport if there was a way to include privacy into this. Nafta then it could be used from like a government agency to issue some sort of identity documentation or could be used to issue a permit saying that you are able to do something or the D. to your house or your driver's license and all of these use cases are really fast. That's why died crypto Joel and Travis. They think the two thousand twenty is going to be the year of the tea and you know we. That's not necessarily new right. Twenty nineteen first of the year of teas. And that's something that mental is working on is. We're we're trying to find these problems that we see in. Why enough keys having gained mass adoption yet? Now we're trying to address. These problems raped. One of the things is Kinda complicated. People think non fungible and make. I'm never I never heard that word until you know until I found the nonfederal tokens and then I had to learn about what that is. Oh a dollar it's fungible You know a a beer bottle. That's not fungible And so that's you know some part of it but the other part of it is the complications of if if you're trying to do a video game item and you're targeting video game players these people they don't. They don't have crypto wallets. They don't WanNA learn about blockchain they don't WanNa know about immutability and how transaction worse they just they just want their scan. It just went. They're done you know they just all whenever I and these are some of the problems that were for example when our when our marketplace Abou- everything will be able to be done with a credit card. If you've never had big corner a theorem and you don't have a wall. It won't
"jal" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast
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"jal" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast
"Found myself working for the civilian Conservation Corps. I help establish the camp x Luna Twenty seven miles north of Anchorage on the now old highway. This was the construction side of CNAS power plant buildings and all were still intact when we took over the exact number of young men who arrived. There was probably ten and they were all. I believe from the Eastern States New Hampshire Vermont Massachusetts. It was cold twenty to twenty five degrees Fahrenheit with about ten inches of snow on the ground. We all slept in large bunk. House and free time was spent around the coal burning stove playing cards reading or just conversation. One of the fellows was called Peterson. Weakens were long and the biggest activity was chuck coal into the stove. Everyone's took turns to keep the fire going during the night on this particular Saturday night. Peterson and I decided to hitch a ride to anchorage and go to a movie. The other we were out of our minds with the freezing cold and all to of started out Scott was pitch black with the stars glistening jewels in the air was still walking along at a brisk pace to keep warm we must have covered four or five miles and no cars came as we entered an open area. We heard the sound turned around and saw this intense. Bluish light Oh Joy. I thought a truck it had to be with one. Headlight burned out wrong. It was not on the road but up in the air. This was startling to say the least. The sound we heard was the sound of a jet. Turbine BEING SHUT DOWN. Not a high pitch sound dumbfounded. It took a few seconds for us to react. It seemed to be moving rather slowly. Maybe thirty five to forty miles per hour in the ensuing moments. We flatten ourselves in the snow and it passed overhead in the few moments. I looked at it. It was to all appearances sugar shape with a bluish light on the side however a few seconds later when the light faded some I looked up and it appeared wider. Peterson and I were now standing up looking at the object heading east. It was headed towards a mountain or high foothills as we kept looking at it. We both thought it would crash into the mountain. It seemed to lift up and went over and down the other side. We looked at each other and exclaimed. What in the hell was that. We decided to return to camp which we did wondering what we had seen in you. F or report submitted in written form to the National Euphoria Reporting Center by Mr Holder Berg our gratitude to Mr Berg. For retyping the report we spoke with. Mr Berg on many occasions about his citing and we found his story to be most compelling. We are very pleased to have received historic before his death on January. Twenty seven two thousand one at age eighty three and we are saddened by his passing story to occurred February First Nineteen fifty four at zero two hundred. I had been scrambled off about two. Am WITH MY backseat radar observer. We had made our intercept and were released by crain control. As was the custom we were flying about burning up fuel as it was unwise to land with much fuel left in the wing tip tanks. We were about fifty miles northwest of lab when we were when we were re contacted by crain control. They said that the Anchorage Radar Control Station. Whose name I have forgotten had contacted them. And that there was an object flying north at about eleven hundred to twelve hundred knots per hour. They handed off the contact to crank. Control note this was nineteen fifty four. Nothing flu that fast. In nineteen fifty four by chance we were in the flight path of the object. This was February and at that latitude it was it was bitter cold and very black. Crank control gave me a vector for an intercept my radar operators soon picked up the object and we had a head on intercept or very close not the best situation but I plowed right ahead and kept the bogey dead center. It took only about thirty seconds for the intercept such as it was. I was sure I was dead. Nothing happened no visual. No turbulence no static or anything I did about a three g one hundred eighty and my radar observer picked it up again and then it was gone anchorages about two hundred and fifty nautical miles south of fairbanks. We were about fifty miles north. So the entire event must have taken about twenty to thirty minutes. This is no great story but I am eighty years old and I don't want to die with me. The important point is that the object was picked up by three different radars. It had mass and size enough to return a pretty good radar return. I hope this add something to your files. N. U. F. O. R. C. Note witness indicated. The date of incident is approximate reported. Twelve six two thousand eight at eighteen thirty one hours posted one ten two thousand nine location. Fairbanks Alaska shape unknown duration nineteen minutes..
"jal" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast
"I think I've heard that go. No no that's them trying to get you know they're trying to throw a peach trail put it under the rug out. Yeah I and I hate that might have. I've always been a firm believer that the government does not have the right to keep information from the public right. If there is things out there things we need to be aware of but you know what humans are panicky animals. Yeah so God knows how they would handle. It'd be mass rioting and looting in just mass genocide probably the second annual by city. Paranormal Symposium is here April Twenty Fifth and Twenty Six at the Pasadena Convention Center. Special guests include Johnson Katie Stafford the clink brothers and more to spine tingling interactive exhibits including the Fan Favourite Psycho. Manson to over forty vendors in exhibitors will be on hand prevent shopping all weekend discounted presale tickets and VIP available now through February twenty-ninth by cities premier event for the things. That go bump in the night. Go too bad wolf events dot com for tickets and more INFO? The Anchorage Center offered to scramble eight military jet but captains Raji declined the offer feeling unintended consequences of a military confrontation with ufo about that time. A United Airlines passenger jet flew into Samer Zone and was requested by the ATC to individual on the situation. Terachi reported when the United plane came by our side. The spaceship disappeared. Suddenly the strange encounter ended one hundred fifty miles away from anchorage now. Nineteen eighty six John. Callahan was FAA division chief of the accidents and investigations branch in Washington DC. But week after the jail a sixteen twenty incident he got a call from Alaska. Callahan's recollections were recorded in an interview conducted circa two thousand. His comments are as follows though edited For Brevity and clarity. I forgot who it was at called but he says we got a problem here. I don't know what to tell the media and the whole FAA office. Full of media. From Alaska Callahan. Ask what what's the problem he says it's a UFO. I said what Ufo he says well last week we had you afo chasing seven four seven across the skies up here for about thirty minutes or so. There goes a cover up the begins to cover. I should say it began absolutely. I told him to get all the data together. I wanted all the civilian and military discs that they had an all the tapes. They had available and flown overnight to the Tech Center where I'm sitting the military refuses their tapes but he got everything from the ATC. We told him that we wanted this room. Set Up to be just like it was at anchorage we wanted all the data to come to this scope and we wanted to see everything the controller had seen. WanNa hear everything you heard. We wanted all Thai. We wanted all tied together. The radar the digital radar and the sound. When Callaghan played the tapes he heard a three way conversation between Anchorage Air Traffic Control. Atc ELMENDORF NORAD regional operations control center and the and Captain Terachi jail. Sixteen twenty eight. He also played a tape of the ATC radar sightings on scope. Now Anchorage Air. Traffic Control didn't see foes on the radar but based on their conversation. The military were clearly tracking. Ufo's Callahan explained The military controller has what they call height finding radar and they have long range radar and short range radar so if they didn't catch it on one of their system as they didn't catch it on the other ours wouldn't record it. Details reported by the military controller indicated that the UFO's traveling thousands of miles per hour as maneuvered in the airspace around the seven forty seven. Yeah see pacing it and you might be doing six hundred right you know when you convert the kilometers you might be doing six hundred miles an hour but the they described these things as in vanishing in an instant. Yeah Yeah which you know star Dr Hellos. I don't know what else to call it. But their technology is so advanced. It's no wonder they evaded radar and stuff like that. If an infant advanced species monitoring may may they may drop in you know. Take the occasional peak. But they're also going to make sure that their tractor covered and nobody can. Yeah you're not going to get them on radar. No you're not gonNA catch him on any kind of radio frequency because they're probably monitoring everything we say anyway. Sometimes they do but not all the time. You don't yeah but now he says Dr Driving. That's interesting point because that goes back to my my belief that they're they're using star with being. They're manipulating space and time around them. I mean that literally vanished in millisecond. Right I mean gone. Yeah Celia so my belief is that they are actually When they disappearing they're actually entering a different dimension and then making turns or whatever and then coming back out different heart of the sky our dimension and because we don't see them entering and leaving dimension it looks like they went from one place to another super fast. Do you think they can either cloak or perhaps even phase? I think I'm sure they can cloak and face but they can still be in the same in the same area but invisible in some form. I believe they can do that too. Yeah Oh yes I believe they can cloak and face as well yeah. I'm kind of like light. Bending Technology of course yeah absolutely real easy yeah so the military controller had one other surprise finding near the end the incident in the United Airlines flight was diverted to observe the jailing flight by then Captain Terachi no longer salty. Huge ofo and united pilot did not see either unbeknownst to both of them the military radar clearly indicated that the O. Tucked out of sight behind the United flight have begun following it. Now wait a minute. But the other plane didn't see them so You know wait. A minute. Started following them. I wait a minute. This might be coming around to the whole okay radar yes so so the so the the. United flight didn't see UFO but the military radar tracked ufo tucking out of sight behind the United Flight. Before it got a chance to see it see the AFO and then began following United Flight So as playing hide and seek with the United Flight Yes. It's doing that that cartoon thing. Where the the the cat like Tom? Jerry walk up behind the dude. Oh and the guy looks behind him but an eternal state. Yeah so you can't see them. Yeah but that's what it's doing to play in Tom and Jerry with it Although sitting after sitting through the presentation Kellyanne boss turned to him and said. Don't talk to anybody until I give you the okay. The next day his boss set up a briefing. According to Callahan quote. I brought all the people from the Tech Center. We went upstairs. We had all kinds of boxes of data that we handed them printouts. It filled up the room. They brought in three people from the FBI three from the CIA. And three. From Reagan's scientific study team. And I don't know who the rest of the people were but they were all excited. Yeah Callahan in the staff. Showed the ensemble edge everything. They had an answer a lot of technical questions when they got done. They actually swore all these other guys into it never took place. We never had this meeting and this was never recorded. Oh I see oh. They put him under oath from keep their mouths shut. This was one of the guys in the CIA. I asked him at the time. I don't know why you're saying. Is I mean if there was something there? And if it's not the then in development stealth bomber. Then you know you go and if it's UFO why wouldn't you want people to know it's very much aligned with James? Yep He said that if they come out and told the American public that they ran to ufo out there it would cause panic across the country so therefore we can't talk about it and we're and we're taking all this data they did take the data but Callahan had copies everything in his office. Cigna rinses bliss. Smart man that Callahan. Let me tell you when they asked me on chopping shit. That's all right when they asked me what I thought I told him that. It looked like a UFO. That was up there. As far as I was concerned Reagan's science team were the ones that verified my own thoughts about it. They were very very excited about the data. They had said at that time that this was the only time and they use the words a UFO was ever recorded on radar for any length of time. Now there's a short epilogue to the story. Within months of the incident. Captain Terachi was banished to a desk job because he had embarrassed the company. Hey Talk to the press. As what happened. He talked to somebody before they could shut him up. He was later fully stated a few years after that John Callahan retired from the FAA becoming an industry consultant and periodically recounted the true story of the daily flight. Sixteen Twenty eight now this John. What's his name Callahan? John Callahan worked for the government. Until you don't believe I don't believe was a member of the air. The air traffic control service or something I believe they got government people tucked into everything so even though he was trying to get out to the American people. You don't believe him no so because it didn't get out to the American people at least not in full But what we have today came out because of him and it could also be carefully guided because of him but we know certain things. But you know what I mean. I don't trust people. I think a little too conspiratorial like believe anything no. I don't you know I I believe but I don't believe you believe what you don't believe. Yeah well well that's Man that that is a crazy crazy. Crazy encounter especially the fact that they had three different Radar data sets from for them the FAA anchorage and the military. And where were the cameras? I believe don't the airlines have blackbox cameras? Things of that nature. Even in those time periods. I don't know if they had cameras eighty six. I don't think they had cameras. They had black boxes. But I don't think they go to the black boxes unless it or some sort of a Accident or crash or something. Last bows yeah. This has been a lot of fun absolutely no. This is a very interesting episode. I'm getting to enjoy this podcast More and more and I do love me some. Ufo's and I am looking forward to all the other good cool and crazy stuff. We're going to run into out there and I'm looking forward to our next entry is what other like you said other weird stuff that we come across absolutely our guys will we will see you on next episode until then keep watching the skies s right beside police and don't forget to stay tuned for the personal encounter stories coming up right now story. One as reported to the mutual network occurred October Fifteenth Nineteen Thirty six at approximately seven hundred reported February fifth. Two thousand one at approximately. Oh Twenty eight. Posted March twenty first two thousand three location agglutinate Alaska shape cigar duration. Three minutes two men approached by a cigar shaped object in the night sky. I happen to be in Alaska because I was working for Washington. Fish and Oyster Company at their cannery on Island called Port Williams. I wasn't mechanic doing all manner of repair work. Besides making cans for the salmon with continental can company equipment made the cans and then we checked constantly to ensure proper sealing. When the salmon season was over I decided to go to anchorage and secure job. This was not to be and I.
"jal" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast
"All right we'll before we get into today's main topic the citing of three ufo's by Japan Airlines Flight. Sixteen Twenty eight Stuart Little Quick Brief history of UFO's in Alaska and just kind of get a fact so they've been over five hundred. Seventy three reported encounters according to the National Youth Reporting Reporting Center going as far back as nineteen thirty nine with the most recent being September. Two Thousand Nineteen which is interesting because the largest population of Alaska was seven hundred and forty one thousand five hundred people in two thousand sixteen which makes number four in sightings in us with an estimated seventy four people one hundred thousand whom report seen a UFO so a state with a very sparse population because the whole state only has seven hundred thousand people and they're mostly concentrated in the southern regions. Right there are some. There are some settlements north. Most of those are like your oil drilling and stuff like that right right or fishing and we in here. Houston have like how many millions people nobody knows right. Yes that's been about. Four million four million people But Alaska is number four in ufo sightings because of the ratio per capita ratio of people versus Number sightings. Let us. That's pretty interesting. I have an interesting little theory on that. Yeah I think because. It's so far north. There was a reason we bought Alaska from. I believe we got it from Russia. Okay let me hear your theory. I wish I should know my history better on that but I know we acquired Alaska and I think we did it in part so because of the barrenness of the state that the government likes to go up there and I think they have secret test facilities up there because they know that not many people can get to it So some of these things could be military aircraft. Experimental stuff like we discussed before right right. It's always a possibility. I I don't see why not. I mean when when places like Eric with you one get overrun or become well known. You know why not go somewhere. Where the there's more land in people exactly and like you said it's a harsh environment is very harsh. And they could be subterranean for all. We know they could have tunneled into the ice. Oh yeah very easily. Because we've had Alaska for decades you know so they could have been developing that state forever. Yeah you know right under our noses. No one's going to go out into the middle of the frozen Tundra to look for a quote unquote base. That might not exist. Yeah and like I said this theory only in this just my opinion right but a lot of sightings especially if it's that concentrated could be due to a lot of military aircraft in the area But there also could be some Legit stuff because you know we got a lot of strange stuff happens up north like that. So Yeah Yeah I mean. There's there's all kinds of I mean Canada in Alaska they see all kinds of stuff up there is they do okay. Well let's get onto the topic of today's story Pre- pretty excited. Because it wasn't one that I had known about before doing the research for it I I'd study. Ufo encounters before. And I've known probably a good couple two three or four handfuls of more the famous ones some of the more obscure ones. But then I'd never heard of before and it's it's a US citing yeah. So it's very strange that I've never heard of it's actually known as Alaska's best known. Ufo encounter this. It is so it's the It's comes out of a article actually a recent article while it was not a recent article by the recently October. Twenty nineteen. The story was retold for the thirty third anniversary of the event which took place November seventeenth nineteen eighty six three. Ufo's play tag with Japan Airlines flight. Sixteen twenty for about fifty minutes while they were observed by the terrified flight crew during the last thirty minutes you retract on military and civilian radar and the entire encounter was verified by a high level administrator of the FAA. Now Japan Airlines captain. Kim Jude Terachi was an ex fighter. Pilot any senior airline pilot with more than ten thousand hours flight experiences guy. He's been around yes. He's flown quite a bit. He seen things so he knows what is a airplane. He knows what the helicopter he knows. What's not any of those things? So he was assigned to fly Japan Airlines cargo flight from Paris to wreck havoc anchorage and aunt Tokyo on November seventeenth at around five. Oh nine. Pm Alaskan time. The Anchorage Air Route Traffic Control Center contact Japan Airline Sixteen. Twenty eight would at the time was about one hundred and four miles northeast of Fort Yukon. The flight controller asks the pilot to adjust his heading so the plane would pass south of Fort Yukon and fairbanks the co-pilot then turned the plane to left about fifteen degrees. At which time. Captain Sitting on the left side of the cockpit saw unidentified lights out his side window to the left and below them he thought they might have been military planes and so he decided to ignore them. But after a few minutes he realized these unidentified aircraft were actually pacing him. Now that brings real quick. Yeah that right there when they're asking the deviate yeah. I don't know if they were taught instructed by somebody hired say. Get them out of there. We've got two aircraft in the area. There's no telling. Yeah but yeah as the details of the story unfold. At this point I would think out just a couple of military aircraft up there. And they don't want nobody seeing these or whatever bryce divert. Yeah I mean they they want you to pass out to Fort Yukon. So they want you to pass over for you. Yes they could be doing military maneuvers out there. Yeah Yeah so flight. Sixteen Twentieth contacted the Anchorage Center twice in rapid succession and asked if there were any other aircraft in the area. The center responded that there were no military aircraft and ground radar did not show any other aircraft other than sixteen twenty eight then. The two lights began to move into a very erratic manner terachi's recollection for his official reports the FAA state is thus the distance from the lights. Were were far enough from US. And we felt no extreme danger. I thought perhaps it was. Ufo The lights were still moving. Strangely most unexpectedly to spaceships appeared directly in front of the plane shooting off lights the inside cockpit shine brightly and I felt the warmth of the UFO's thrusters on my face that that's pretty close to them. Damn Damn that's really close. Yeah I won't say and you feel it through that glass. Yeah that lasts at that altitude for that kind of war. And he fill the warmth. Yeah Golly then three to seven seconds later the fire like from jet engines stopped and became a small circle of light as they began to fly in any level flight at the same speed as we were. The middle of the body of the ship sparked an occasional stream of lies like a charcoal fire. Yeah as weird. Yeah it's shape a square flying five hundred feet two thousand feet in front of us very slightly higher in altitude than us. Its size was about the same size as the body of a DC. Eight a size. Similar to a Boeing. Seven seven now. I've seen conflicting reports on that though I did read up on a little bit. I'm said it was Boeing. And some says it dwarfed their aircraft and they're driving a one of the seven forty seven cargo plane. Yes they are and that is not a small aircraft getting dwarfed a seven sixty seven is bigger but it wouldn't dwarf it and you know. Yeah you know. That's still a huge aircraft. Yeah like Air Force One. So it's huge huge. Yeah you know so. To be dwarfed would think it'd be a little bit bigger than that bigger than that. Yeah is impossible for any man made machine to make sudden appearance in front of a jumbo jet that is flying nine hundred ten kilometers per hour and move along any formation paralleling our aircraft but we did not feel threatened or endangered honestly. We were simply astounded. I have no idea why they came so close to us. There was a pale white flat light into direction where the ships flew away pacing us the anchors replied that they saw nothing on the radar. I set our digital weather radar distance to twenty miles radar angle to horizon there. It was on the screen. A large green around objects that had appeared seven or eight miles away in the direction of the object. We arrived at the sky. Above the Ellison Air Force Base and Fairbanks. It was clear night. We were just above the bright city lights and we check the Pale white light behind this. There was a silhouette of a gigantic ship. We must get away quickly. This is all verbatim from his report. a terrified. Captain Terachi in coordination with the Anchorage Center attempted evasive maneuvers such as flying in a circle changing altitude the giant ufo later described by Terachi as the size of two aircraft carriers shadowed. Flight Sixteen Twenty eight through all maneuvers. That must be the makes sense. Yeah that makes more sense and they said they did see three so now. Seven forty seven could sit on the deck of an aircraft carrier right and it was the size of two of them. That's gigantic. Yeah that issue I would. I would drop a load of my pants if I saw so. I was in the sky in seven forty seven. I saw something the size of two aircraft carriers in the sky. Yeah in the same sky as me. I will lose my mind. I would probably crash a plane and I watched a couple of Recall CGI reenactments. Oh yeah these things together And they show them flying imperfect precision and then leave. Ason maneuver that you spoke of. He actually the tower actually gave them permission to fly a three hundred sixty degrees circle. Oh Wow so. Basically they just pulled a complete circle all the way around came back and the things gone. Oh Wow but then they said it was tailing them. Okay if I remember if I recall correctly. Yeah they actually UFO was tailing the aircraft. And they're like what the hell they wrote it off afterwards as a radar radar shuttle. Oh Wow all it like a radar reflection. Yeah Yeah.
"jal" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast
"Okay before we get to our main topic. Let's go ahead and get into the weird news of the day in James. You found very interesting article to read. Yes and these articles don't necessarily are not always going to follow the episode so to say but Just interesting stories from around the globe the current. Yeah yeah very current. This particular article I found was from November ninth. It was a very interesting article entitled. How rabies inspired folktales of were wolves and Vampires. And when I think about that I absolutely can see how that could happen with. Rabies is enraged their animalistic savage. Yeah and can cause physical damage to another human being with their bare hands. Yeah absolutely so story goes in eighteen. Fifty five the Brooklyn Daily. Eagle reported on the gruesome murder of a bride by her new husband. The story came from a French countryside where the women's parents had initially prevented the couple's engagement on the account of strangeness of Conduct Sometimes Observed in the young man although he otherwise was a most eligible match the parents eventually consented and the marriage took place shortly after. The newlyweds withdrew to consummate their bond. Fearful shrieked came from their quarters. That's never good new. People quickly arrived to find the poor girl in the agonies of death and her bosom torn open and lacerated in a horrible manner and the reds husband in a fit of raving madness and covered with blood having actually devoured a portion of the unfortunate girl's breast real mace. Yes that's terrible. The bride died a short time later. Her husband after a most violent resistance also expired does that mean that he was beat to death in prison. I don't know but that makes it. Sounds like he died like shortly after he killed her. Now maybe it means that. He died of rabies after he was exposed to it. And maybe but I mean if he wasn't acting like this at the ceremony. And then you just flip the switch older gaz very string and then died shortly after anyway. The story continues. What could have caused this horrifying incident? It was then recollected in answer to searching questions by physician that the groom had previously Code Unquote been bitten by strange dog. The passage of madness from dog to human same like the only possible reason for the grizzly turn of events. The Eagle described the episode matter of factly as a sad distressing case of hydrophobia or in today's parlance rabies hydrophobia interesting. Yeah but the account read like a Gothic horror story it was essentially a Werewolf narrative the mad dogs by caused a hideous metamorphosis which transformed its human victim into a nefarious monster whose vicious sexual impulses led to obscene and low violence. A New Book by Author Jessica Wang Entitled Mad Dogs and other New Yorkers Rabies medicine and society in American metropolis eighteen forty to nineteen twenty explores the hidden meanings behind the ways. People talked about rabies variants of the rabid groom story had been told and retold in English language newspapers in North America since at least the beginning of the eighteenth century and they continued to appear as late as eighteen nineties. The Eagles account was in essence a folk tale about mad dogs and the thin dividing line between human and animal. Humans are animals. Rabies created fear because it was a disease that seemed to be able to turn people into raging beasts. Now you know what's funny. I've never heard many of those stories. We'll have a thou- people turning into raging beast. I mean maybe I just haven't read enough but I've never heard of a human actually going Berserk with rabies. I know they. They've had like madness or they get really sick right but I thought you know. Get the shots in the stomach or whatever the hell and the Nara okay. Let me just as before they had the vaccine for humans perhaps perhaps the historian Eugene Weber once observed that French peasants in the nineteenth century feared above all wolves mad dogs and fire canine madness or the disease that we know today as rabies conjured up the canine tears that have formed the stuff of nightmares for centuries other infectious diseases including cholera typhoid. Diptheria killed far more people in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The cry of mad dog nonetheless sparked an immediate sense of terror because a simple dog by could mean a protracted ordeal of grueling symptoms followed by certain death. Modern Medicine knows that rabies is caused by a virus. Once it enters the body it travels to the brain via the nervous system. The typical lag time of weeks or months between initial exposure and the onset of symptoms means that rabies is no longer a death sentence if a patient receives quick medical attention antibiotics injections of immune antibodies and vaccine in order to build immunity soon after encountering a suspect animal. Though it's rare for to die of rabies in the US the disease still kills tens of thousands of people globally every year. Let's scary. I did not know that I didn't hear that it's very scary. I've also heard that Zahn. That rabies is like a form of Zombie ISM. Yeah that raising Zombie crap. Yeah the the more like the World War Z. Type right that the newer one another slow. Roll Maryland's yeah exactly According to the nineteenth century sources according to nineteenth century sources after an incubation period of between four and twelve weeks symptoms might start with a vague sense of agitation arrest looseness they then progressed to the racking spasmodic episodes characteristic of rabies with sleeplessness excitability feverishness rapid polls drooling and labored breathing victims not infrequently exhibited hallucinations or other mental disruptions. As well perfect efforts to mitigate violent outbursts with drugs often failed in physicians could then do little more than standby and bear witness. Final release came only after the disease ran. It's inevitable. Fatal course usually over a period of two to four days even today. Rabies remains essentially incurable. Once clinical signs appear that sucks at a scary centuries ago the loss of bodily control and rationality triggered by Rabi seemed like an assault on a victim's basic humanity from a real dreaded disease transmitted by animals emerge spine tingling visions a supernatural forces that transferred malevolent animals powers and turn people into monsters nineteenth century. American accounts never invoked the supernatural directly but descriptions of the symptoms indicated unspoken assumptions about how the disease is transmitted the biting animals essence to the suffering human newspapers frequently described those who contracting rabies from dog bites as barking and snarling dogs while but victims scratched and spat. That's weird that is we had very unusual notating right a loose nations respiratory spasms and out of control. Convulsions produced fearful impressions of the Rabbit. Animals evil imprint. Traditional preventative measures also showed how Americans quietly assumed a blurred boundary between humanity and animality folk remedies. Held that dog bite. Victims could protect themselves from rabies by killing the dog. That had already bitten them. How in the hell with that work or applying the offending Doug's hair to the wound or cutting off its tail most plausible explanations remedies Yeah that was ridiculous. Such preventative implied a need to cut an invisible supernatural tie between a dangerous animal and human prey interesting. That is interesting you know how always tied if you get scratched by our where. Wolf you know. You're going to turn into one all that stuff. I get it yeah sometimes. The disease left Erie traces when a Brooklyn night died from rabies in eighteen. Eighty six the New York herald recorded a freakish occurrence within minutes after the man's last breath the bluish ring on his hand. The mark of the Newfoundland's fatal bite disappeared. Only death broke the mad. Dogs pernicious whole. It's possible that along with where wills vampire stories also originated from rabies physician. Juan Gomez Alonzo has pointed out a resonance between Vampirism and rabies in the hair raising symptoms of the disease. The distorted sounds exaggerated facial appearances restlessness and sometimes wild and aggressive behaviors. That made sufferer seem more monstrous than human extreme oversensitivity stimuli which set off the tortuous spasmodic episodes associated with rabies could have had a particularly strange effect. A glance at a mirror might set off a violent response in chilling parallel with the Living Dad's vampires inability to cast a reflection moreover in different eastern European folkloric traditions. Vampires turn themselves not into bats but into wolves or dogs the key vectors of rabies so as a sparring rules vampires and other haunts take to the streets for Halloween. Remember that beneath the annual ritual of Candy and Costumes Fun Lie Darker recesses of the imagination here animals disease. Fear intermingle and mazdas materialized at the crossover point between animality in humanity cave keenum. Beware of the dog so that was a long story. It was but it's very Very interesting I guess it kind of that's kind of makes sense. Kind of like a duh moment. I mean you know reminds me a lot of movie pet cemetery yes from when they buried that kid back and he was ravenous reminds me a lot of that like he he was given something. He was injected with something that made him turn into his more animalistic side. And that's what kind of rabies does. Yeah it does. I think it's the same frag. Nearly talk about the the bath salts and stuff like that what it does to the brain because the chemicals and stuff destroy the brain right rabies attacks the brain causing madness and depending upon which particular portions of the brain defects. I guess I don't know if it has any specific target. I'm not a doctor. But if it destroys certain certain areas of the brain that control your behavior before it control in before it destroys your motor functions. You can go mad and develop you know you go into hyper drive have like adrenaline rush and stuff like that and we all know that some people can develop superhuman strength with Brian Rushes. So they would be able to physically tear human apart with their bare hands. You combine that with the already like built in fear. The supernatural the unknown and early nineteen th seventeenth century. Live and everything you know the forest scary stranger scary. And then you know everybody's a witch you know and and you combine that with with somebody who has superhuman strength in acting animalistic with an unknown caused in. Yeah I can. I can definitely see stores. Come from.
"jal" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast
"Hello everyone. Welcome to episode two of State of fear. I am Chris and with me as always is my co host James. Everybody how y'all doing so to date episode is on Alaska so we're discussing an event that happened in Alaska in nineteen eighty six. It is the citing of three. Ufo's by Japan Airlines flight. Sixteen Twenty eight on November Seventeenth Nineteen eighty-six now. Everybody has their idea or their belief of what they think a UFO or UFO's aliens are And they range from you know Little Grey men to inter dimensional beings to future versions of US absolutely So but I'm interested in hearing James What do you think? Ufo's slash aliens are well. Aliens themselves. I've often been a strong believer. I am a man Christian faith. I'm not a thumper by no means but I do believe in all this giant creation the Lord is made that we are not the only living beings in this in this universe. Okay Probably other human colonies you know. We're his creation so to think that earth is the only realm where human life exists. I just I just always. It's been very hard for me to buy that as far as ufo's. I have unfortunately never seen one at least not that I know of Grew up in the mountains and I think in a lot of cases in the old days or wherever when people would see. Ufo's if they're you know what's I'm trying to Can I take you late? What it is that. I think like when I used to be. I'd go up to Canyon for instance pitch-black you know. I'm out camping or whatever and you're looking up. I could physically see with my naked eye satellites and stuff. You know some of them low lying. I've seen Low-flying meteorites before that actually made noise okay you know now these qualify as some of the things that you know the stories. I've heard no not really So UFO's unidentified flying object is everybody knows Is Anything I would think that you'd see in the sky that you cannot immediately figure out what it is. I didn't WANNA say identify sound opposite of the term. Yeah Hello Yeah but that's basically what I think it is You know I believe in the Roswell story I I honestly believe something crashed out there. is the government out. There you know did they. Have you know special craft? Are they doing some kind of testing? I don't know probably you know. I don't trust him right now. As far as you can throw note as it. So I'm thinking you know some of this stuff is probably experimental aircraft but I also firmly believe that some of these things are not explained like that large I wish I knew the term What the specific citing was but I really found it interesting was in Arizona. The giant triangle. The Phoenix Lights the Phoenix Lights. Yeah sorry it was too symmetrical state at the same level for several hours. So you're saying you don't believe the official report that it was flares dropped by the military. Hell no because I was in the military and I've seen flares they don't hover like that plus if they were all they'd have to be fired at the exact same time. The exact same altitude and evenly spaced and flares have parachutes. They drift in the win. And they don't come down smooth so I'm just telling me I don't believe that. For one day on second plus the military would not purposely dropping flares over civilian population. Nope and then they started disappearing so then they tried to. I remember in the store. They tried to justify it by landing it up against that Ridge Line right right and trying to lower it down to say oh disappeared in this bill So you believe that aliens could be just other versions of us on different planets absolutely absolutely eight. Maybe even a much more evolved version of UH on other planets and they're coming back to see how we're doing as well maybe they've already reached that next plateau. You know like post death who knows who knows I know when we go to Heaven. What our idea of heaven is. We are all to actually be living on this planet And a glorified body. You know a much better shape. No sickness no hunger. You know you know you know what you've heard and right Bible school. Yeah so the think that like I said I believe you know maybe that is our next level. Dr. WE'RE GONNA turn into a little gray guys with big fat heads. I don't think so. No okay but yeah I I do believe there are other forms of life in this universe got we. God could have had several experiments as far as I'm concerned all right man. I don't know what other people's beliefs are. Those are just some of mine. That's what makes it a belief. It's what you believe in. It's your own thing Yup zone I believe that the unidentified flying objects that make right angled turns at speeds unable to be handled by our jets are pilots and alien other. Alien Species. The grays the 'til Liens the prey mantis. The Nord's I believe they're all inter dimensional beans as in they all exist in parallel dimensions. I believe that they enter our dimension their their fourth dimension beans are higher and they can enter our dimension the way that we are able to enter the second dimension guy but the second dimension cannot enter us because it's too far advanced so therefore we cannot the fourth dimension is supposed to be time. Yes so we can. I answer time as of yet. Because we have not acquired that ability. So I believe the All these beings our fourth dimension beans and the Inter through whatever wormhole or space whole or Black hole whatever they do. They pierced the pierce through time to enter. Not just our reality but other reality to which is why you have reports of Grey's mixed in with rip deleon or graze and bigfoot creatures are grays. Nord's they they go through other dimensions and they form alliances and all this stuff That goes with like you know some Sifi crap but yet I believe because from what I've read in order to travel the vast distances across space even if they had a ship faster than light you would need generational ships to make it to a destination that is light years away. At least so we've been told right like how are we going to prove it? Can we get into space? Most of us cannot but in my my thought is that these beans are so much more advanced they wouldn't they wouldn't even have to come from a different planet they would be able to pierce through their dimension into ours much much easier and much less of a fuel expense than it would be to go across vast distances. That's a very interesting theory. And that's just my belief well with the higher technologies and stuff that have to be available for them to be able to do is kind of interstellar things right. I absolutely agree with that. Yeah.
US lawmakers clash over impeachment charges against Trump
"Today. The House Judiciary Committee is marking up. The articles of impeachment in a confrontational televised hearing. Were also learning new details about the inevitable Senate trial early next year. I've got to fantastic guests. Tell me unpack all the news of the day in a few minutes. We'll be talking with White White House correspondent for American Urban Radio Networks that CNN. Political analyst. April Ryan but I I'm joined by my colleague. CNN producer and reporter the relentless Marshall. Cohen Marshall Thank you so much for being here on the podcast. Thank you David so I want you to hear a little bit of sound from today's hearings now just I said marking up. The what is happening here is actually like the normal legislative process. What you know when When a bill gets introduced in committee it gets marked up that means each side? Has the ability need to make amendments to the bill change it and the committee homes that bill and then passes that to the full House and that is what is happening with these articles of impeachment. Now of course. The Democrats crafted these articles. They're very comfortable with the language and they're trying to change anything. Republicans are being given the opportunity Obviously To be able to slow roll this day make their political points Try to amend the articles but they're outvoted time and time again. procedurally These two articles are likely to be passed out of committee before the day is done and then onto the house floor for a vote next week. But that's the process. Here's the rhetoric I want you to I hear hear from Congresswoman Pramilla Jal of Washington state will any one of my colleagues on the other side. Say that it is an abuse of power to condition aid to condition aid on official acts. We'll forget about president trump. Aw Forget about President. Trump is any one of my colleagues willing to say that it is ever okay for President of the United States of America to invite foreign interference in our elections. Not a single one of you has has said that so far what I heard jibe. How say this Marshall? Today my ears perked up because she was really trying to remove donald trump from the equation and really focus on the fact that Republicans on the hill. Her colleagues on the other side of that day are would from her perspective blindly in lockstep with him no matter what so her her whole arguments here stripped him out of it. Are you okay with this presidential behavior. We've heard from a couple of Republicans. Mike Turner of Ohio will hurt Texas that have indicated the the phone call with Dolinsky that trump's language was not okay. I mean I think Turner used that that exact phrase Mr President. This is not okay yet. He fully does oppose impeachment She wishes it. Was that simple though. You could just strip trump out right hand mant trying to make an argument larger about Republicans here right about being just blindly lockstep with him. But they don't agree with her on the merits of this. Either right she's she said said two things she said trump Conditioned official acts on these favors number one and number two solicited election help from Ukraine crane. Now Democrats are in lockstep. That that's what happened Most outside observers that are acting in good faith would say that that is apparently apparently what happened but the Republicans dispute both of those right they say number one there was no direct proof that trump conditioned the military aid aide on the investigation. And you didn't hear that From anyone not even sunland right. Who said a Gordon Sunland the US ambassador to the U.? You who said that. It was conditioned on the White House invitation but not necessarily the military and then secondly we've been hearing this all day from Republicans today they're not conceding the ground that this was trump soliciting election. Help they're still arguing and they've been doing all day that this was trump trying to crack down down on corruption because Burris MMA The Ukrainian energy company was corrupt. And Joe Biden's son Hunter Biden was involved with these corrupt crooked get actors so problem with the ground. Marshall can you point to all the other places that Donald Trump has made it policy to fight corruption and using Presidential Oval Office meetings meetings and Military aid is a way to accomplish cycle no and the Republicans are acting in bad faith by pushing both of these points it strains credulity ability it it defies logic. It's it's not a good faith. Argument here is perhaps a better argument from the Republicans that I wanted to hear from a Republican Congressman of California in Utah McClintock. His argument is really neither of those things. It is that the president has the ability to set policy here. And what is At core in McClintock's point of view here is all of these witnesses. You've heard from data policy disagreement of the way he was managing the Ukraine relationship relationship and priority. Here's McClintock MR chairman. The constitution introduces the President. With fifteen words. Executive Power shall be vested in a president under the United States of America. It does not vest any authority in Lieutenant colonels the NFC Ambassador State Department officials are Cabinet Secretaries Rotarians the only authority that these officials exercise is delegated to them by the president so all of the criticisms and resentments Johnson personal and political disagreements. That we've heard from those officials are completely irrelevant. I give him some credit there for making a a constitutional to tional argument on the constitutional question of impeachment. Is he right well. The president does get to set the policy but if the the policy is essentially that the United States government should be used to help the re election of Donald J trump then okay. The president sets that policy but it's in his own personal interest. The outcome of that official policy is for his his personal benefit and as Democrats describe it. What you just described is in violation of the Constitution and the oath of office that he swore You know when he became president. That is Nancy Pelosi's ultimate point right when when we discussed this yesterday. Whenever she's pressed on the politics of this she she goes to her oath of office to protect and defend and uphold the constitution and that the president violated that very oath that he also takes? Ah On she's not you know hooting and hollering and making a big show out of this in many ways. It's been very much reluctant march to get here. And and you know I think the strongest proof of that is that when Nancy Pelosi in the Democrats took over in January of this year. They didn't impeach anybody they didn't even they tried to snuff out talk of impeachment and anytime did any of the more Liberal members of their caucus started bringing it up Pelosi's he just shot it down over and over the are largely here. I think it's pretty clear that they are here because they feel like the president forced them to do this that he was so so unconstitutional and so much putting the integrity of our next election at stake that they had to do it period. So where do we go from here. Marshall so These articles get passed out of committee. Today I assume on a party line vote. We have no indication that there's a Democrat on judiciary. WHO's not in favor of these? These articles of impeachment and judiciary is known to be a a more partisan committee of all the committees on on Capitol Hill And then we see action on the House floor Lord but what happens between now and then yeah right so the question is going to be. How many Democrats are going to break ranks and joined the Republicans a few have already stated their opposition? No big surprises there I think that the the same guys that voted against authorizing the inquiry are going to be voting against impeachment number two of those Jeff Andrew of of New Jersey and Colin Peterson of Minnesota. That's right so no big surprise there I don't think that anybody really believes that. Either of these articles of impeachment each mint will get voted down by the house. It seems like there's a They've crossed that threshold based off of where we are right now. That could change but You know is it going to issue going to drop. Is Nancy Pelosi to lose more to this. Point where it's kind of embarrassing and people will sort of get second thoughts and feel like it's limping. Something over to the Senate or will they keep it in the low single digits. Maybe you can count it on one hand and say well it's too bad that we didn't get any Republicans but look we still have a clear majority very few defections and we did our jobs and now we'll kick it over to our colleagues in the upper
Chin Implants: The Procedure You Never Knew You Needed
"We've an interesting kosovo because this is something that admittedly the topic i i was so surprised about i met a woman younger woman and i was like what do you do. What's your skin care routine. Tell me everything and she admitted that she had recently. They had a chin implant. I think my chin fell to the floor because i had always thought that chins were for big beefy dudes. It's like <hes> like the guys who get calf implants. Yes seriously. I am so so excited to get a chin implant. I'm not even to i've waited. It's part of my. It's in my next five. You know five your plan. Plan your your your your plan. Got a beijing five year. Plan of beijing has indefinitely includes injectable at so smart. I love the descendants when people are like what your five year plan in like of aging yeah. No i got the here we go. So do i bring in. Are we talking like ricky. Martin from the always go to live in la. Vida need a loka okay. Well like listen. I used to really look like county yeah and as we've age like i'm trying yeah. He's my jaylo. Oh okay. He is my jaylo. Make sense. Make sense and you know what i love today our our guest today dr al loss is really going to explain to us. The misconceptions options that around jenin plants yeah. I really don't have any especially after that quote. Unquote self made billionaire redid her entire vase allegedly with her lips and i was like but what about everything yeah i'll talk about it. You're so right. I love the pay attention to this stuff but in my defense today even dr yale loss our guest so that there is a big misconception about who needs needs a chin implant so i'm just gonna let her tell us all about it so a lot of the times i e even i am a little bit loathe to bring it up because your reaction on is not a typical. A lot of people are like a chin plan. What the heck are you talking about like. No i'm fine and but if you think about it what is the dividing border between in our face and our neck we we really do have to have a nice good border. You have to have a nice defining jaw line and if you don't have that then it just is like a big blob going running together. <hes> and it's not just so you can have a good profile just want to have a good division between green the two and if you don't have a strong good chin and i'm not talking about jay leno but you just want to have like a clear border between face the neck and a chin is really that's it's all important job and we looking at models and even when we look at models of like wow they're being so inclusive there. They haven't aged model. They have a stake steer old a fifth year old on the cover they always have these great joy aligns and it's because they have like a good strong chin not ajay leno but like a good strong defining chen how this is something that you're all up on and also be getting one really yeah. I mean yeah yeah well. I guess even at for like maybe forty five but it's on my leg ten year plan overthrowing. Everybody doesn't have to get an implant. I totally disagree if you look at somebody's profile and you can basically draw a line down from dropping down from the lip up straight down to the chin if he saw a vertical straight down and it lines up your good if it's behind then you're a little it back. Don't you find that with harmony in the face. <hes> you know when when people do face-lifts when people alter their noses sometimes when they add in a scotch epa chen or even just like us coach of a cheek like it all brings together but the chin is the like as you. I said it's the border. The chin really can do a lot of things because yes. I mean one hundred percent so many times that people are coming in for ryan up last dave or for hurt their nose and they think that their nose is huge and i'm like the nose is not an issue. It's because the chimney so far back that the noses looking so prominent in just i put a little bit of chinon we balance the face the cheekbones all of a sudden were look a little bit more prominent that knows doesn't look as prominent and even if they then still refused to do the is is always a bit of an issue because how far back indy bring the nose when the chin is still going to be an issue and as a person ages if you don't have a good strong strong chin think about it the second that those jowls form and they start to descend if there's not a good strong chin. They're not a good strong jaw line. You're gonna st those jowls. Forming in three seconds. I hate is a chin implant like i'm like a very baby retargeting silicone. Is it like a little pouch so can be made a little silicone. It's not it's very different than than the breast implant okay breast implants. If you think about it have to again interesting visual with my hands right now or move around. She's doing squishy but <hes> chin implant. Arch implants are being placed on it in a very precise pocket any top of your bone. They are not moving got it. That could be one of the reasons why we think that you don't get that some issues that you get with breast implants scar contraction actor and the need to replace it. Was it harder so it's definitely firmer okay <hes> you actually will not feel will the difference between your bone and where the chin implant is. Oh so why did the grafted along the bum. It's placed in such a precise pocket underneath breath the on the fibrous envelope of the bone that you really just blends right in. I love when you talk nerdy to me. Okay i feel like i'm talking committee so now for me so selfish question only go in through the mouth and i don't need this car underneath you. You can absolutely why what are the two aways that we address as we can either go through the mouth or we can go through right underneath the chen and the difference. The friends is <hes>. The mouth is a dirty place isn't that we don't love to do that because you're putting a permanent implant so ideally you you want to be with nobody serious. That's why sometimes make the mouth isn't so preferred but yes for men who have a incredibly sexy beard heard. Sometimes you don't want to give them that. External scar though offense so many particularly guys already have a little scar underneath i do my husband does do and i was just russian all man i'd like you to i simply ask sledding accident trying to be a figure skater but without he's on oh aw almost all men actually already have scar there so actually usually not such a big issue and since i do a tremendous large number of bureaucratic arctic transplants no no biggie. It's not a biggie because i can take a few. I can actually even take some of your beard. Hairs entrance led to this guard some point okay salta and with the chin implant canada along gave to my jaw line to can you add a little more to my jaw line where the less yes yes. I mean we're talking about shape so used to be years back that we put in this little these little shaped like mccormick little button there look like will overall will footballs but now we tend to use more what we call an extended anatomical that fills that pre jowl space and when you do that you get that elongated gated gel and actually a lot of times that women are complaining so early about getting pre jowls or feeling that chubby face and the reason men are growing growing beards or go t's is because they want their hiding the fact that they don't really have that great jal that they wished they had and then once you pop that jin implant and all of a sudden they have that defined jawline inch also people who love it are people who feel like they have that little like under <unk> under the chin like fat pouch yeah and they lose weight but they still have that pouch there even without doing liposuction. You just put the chinen all all of a sudden that's gone so what is the procedure like for coming in and we're not sure that we're ready for this. Is there any way to sort of envision this. Yeah we definitely definitely have an imaging system that we can take your picture and we can draw on you right what has been credibly popular over the past few years and maybe because of instagram because the apps <hes> people come in having image themselves with an app that they have on their found or we do fillers all the time. We have fillers that last six months we fillers that last two years and try before you buy you try before you buy. We do injectable all the time so do you use a specific civic type of filler in the chin or is it the same that you use in the face there there are many different types really a lot of the i always prefer natural fillers so any of the hyler electronic acid fillers really work well and they're so many that good ones that are f._d._a. Approved and have different longevity. Write a love it okay so then if we're going to have this done what what is that procedure like walk through it. Come into the office that day you come to the office that day. Believe it or not. I actually performed quite a few of these under local anesthesia anesthesia wow yeah they got. They do <hes> so we can. Maybe give you a valium pill to relax even an ambien. <hes> the the incision is going to be marked. <hes> area is sterling cleaned in. We have our own accredited operating room here. <hes> local anesthesia can injected. You may not feel that at all. If you choose to go with a little bit of mild anesthesia we have board certified anesthesiologist here which case you take it happen. You know make up and it's totally done a little bit of soreness frequently. We do it from an incision right underneath the chen those to just come out a week later her <hes> yeah you could be a little bit sore <hes> so maybe i'll say have milkshake right first day or two but otherwise i've actually performed perform this on colleagues and they went and covered the facial plastic clinic the next day wow so like is there anything because i think that we don't realize how much are chin is involved in speaking speaking in but you're saying you're good to go. You'll be a bit swollen. You may look slightly. Sorry jay leno you might look slightly jay leno as for the first week because you'll be a little a bit swollen nothing that is so outrageous that people are stopping you down the street right and no big bandages. You'll the first day i mean when you leave. We sure on your late night in a over are left totally big. Samantha hats on an ahead yelling l. hoodie yeah. He's hell of it. I mean it does take a couple of weeks to the swelling goes down. The most people love it. Love and other people are not aware. We always talk about it two or like it. The problem is when you do any sort of facial thing whether it's filler mall really return that filler and you get home that day and you see the swelling and if you think if this doesn't look swelling they have it doesn't look super bowl anti than you didn't do a lot of the times it filler. You'll be like swollen. You're like oh this looks great and then it goes away and it's like wont wont law <hes>. Should it up more but that's great thing about florida. You can always try and the great thing apparently about these implants now is that you can come in. You can do the imaging you can do a a filler simulate that before are you go under the knife. -actly ballpark costs on this because we always have to ask and i know it varies from surgeon to surgeon in state to state but what are we looking at <hes> <music>. I'm going to say about five thousand. Oh okay so on the low end of facial procedures shall proceed to try before i buy because i'm ready to go shave. My face right now depends on how many syringes to be honest. I'll need like four or five then you actually could be looking at the cost of surgery surgery so like but again i love test drive you do <hes> so the value is always at is what i always say patients. Who do the injections the value. Is there because you at least know how is half the battle. Knowing is half the battle joe but now it is yes. It is real merkin kim euro if we were to do it implant and hate it. Is it something that's reversible. It is okay so okay so you're also not sounds like you were grafting it to the bone and there's lots of different shapes and they're even customizable so all right doctor. Thank you so much for really taking food procedure so we can put our best face
"jal" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"Must be. Let's say say we can do so. Hey. Music of that. Hey, wow. That martin. Oh, oh, gosh. But we'll let me ask you this is so speedy. That's awful. But I got I gotta get inside your head. And I'm gonna ask so one point on this KT take thing Bubba had basically been told by what are supposed to be. You know, the guys who stand side by side with them. We're not doing I if you won't KT taping that area, you have come to the wrong place. And so at one point bubbas, two blocks even try to do themselves. And I can't imagine trying to do that. What was it that made you go, I'll do it. Well, he came and he actually he actually he actually tat my shoulder. We were live and he looked at me. Right. Wasn't that go in just something else? Baby. Brothers chiming. Sure. Stuff that we team up here. But everybody for years just the look on his face. So he finally give you the look I need help. He he gave me the looked like straight up on each speedy. You know, he's always there have sure he's a very, and I knew that if he came back to us after saying, I'm going, and I'm leaving y'all going to the driving range and all that. Hey because everything was and teeing off during the show was tough because you tried to get down there. And then slow everything down and whatever. And then he comes back to us twenty minutes later and says, hey, I need you. That means he's really exhausted every option, and I'm he's tried everything. So I was like, yeah. Here we go. Let's look it. Just it just. This shows might up game. We gotta do JAL video. I noticed you didn't get down the business in Adler with your video. And I'm glad I will go further. I think this left being gaming and started board lining on the on the edge of Madera. He was an adventure. Uncharted territory. Think this was Lewis and Clark. He didn't know what was. You didn't know what was going to be like what was going to look like what do you ever make it back when he was gonna look like because he had already shown me during the kickoff. But there's just no way getting around it. You know, when you go to the doctor, and you get a steroid shot, and they say, okay, we got to give you shot in the hip, and you're not really sure how to pull you paying like. And then I'll send you lose them running. They go way down. That's what happened because he he had he had to give me a little bit. Once they went past point in overturn. Then then I saw it. Once you got that spot. I find it. Yeah. It's almost like when you when you try to figure out where to hang a pitcher and find it you put.
Branson's Virgin Galactic takes another step toward space tourism
"I call news. Out of the Mojave. Desert California, virgin, galactic did another powered up test flight today of unity, which is their spaceship. VS S virgin spaceship unity rocket powered airplane climbed to a record altitude. Nearly fifty six miles today. Marking the second time that they've reached space to pilots and for the first time an additional crew member were on board. Beth Moses galactic chief astronaut trainer in an aerospace engineer Beth wrote along with the two pilots the company announced in a tweet shortly after a unity took off this morning. Gave her a look at what galactic customers could one day experience. Unity took off from runway in the Mojave. Just after eight AM Pacific time, crews do about forty five thousand feet attached to the mothership. Instead. Bye bye. Mommy broke off fired. His rockets went straight up. Have you ever seen it happen? I mean on it's just amazing to watch the video just drops off. They hit the hit the go button. And they just go straight up. Swooped into the upper reaches of the atmosphere. Two hundred ninety five thousand feet high. Top speed was mocked three. At the peak of its flight path unity, experienced a few minutes. Weightlessness looked out into the black skies of the cosmos, then return to land in the Mojave about an hour after they took off. Virgin tweeted, take a look at the flight path a really cool flight path graph. Ted flight allowed galactic historic first mission to space in December fall that back to back successes indicate the galactic could be on track to start flying tourists. Space tourists this year. From New Mexico. Richard Branson said he wants to be on the first unity flight by July. Not clear how many more test runs galactic will fly before they are comfortable pudding paying customers and the CEO the chairman on board. They say that they still have a ways to go and testing to make factors to test the mini factors that can affect a fight about six hundred people have signed up now, they're neck and neck. Jeep by JAL race with blue origin bazo. Space company. By the way, their craft. There was a CNN one hour special or no, I think it was MSNBC one hour special on on base us recently, mostly around Amazon and. National Enquirer and all that. But they spend they spend about a minute on blue origin. They showed his pace grabbed. It is really cool. Looking not versions isn't. But they're both Kulikov. They spent more than a decade trying to develop space tourism there. We are not too bad.
"jal" Discussed on World News Analysis
"Us. I am on Koch idea. I teach at the university in today has organized its programs, and it says on bringing in a lot of views from all over. It is an extremely good platform for information and analysis, and I wish all success in the future. This is today. I'm Swe Chinese. Authorities are suggesting that the trade talks with the U S have made important progress. A statement following the latest round of talks in Washington describes the discussions has candidate specific and fruitful to talks have touched upon topics, including intellectual property rights, protection, technology, transfer and balanced trade China agreed to expand imports of US products. While you at side suggested it would take China's concerns seriously, the two size also reached a consensus on the framework aiming to implement the reoponed results. I time table for the next round of negotiations has also been worked out in this episode aware discussing the trait talks between the two countries also their broader relationship, our panel is Joe hi, a research fellow with the Chinese Academy of social sciences under Tongan, author and columnist George Coppola's a senior research fellow of the international center. Her for European studies. If you wanna listen to this episode, again, we're catch up on other topics. Police download our podcast world news analysis. So let's move on to the bilateral relationship between these two countries. Dr JAL, we know China and the United States in the past forty years actually witness several this kind of twists and turns ups and downs. So what can we learn from those history downturns and also recovery from from those downturns will come to learn from this. And I think the first lesson is that. The previous cases of China. The is shared strategic goals first and then shared a ecconomic interest. So alternately will have to come to share to confirm the the more shared interest, particularly in global governance to confirm that in the future this bilateral relationship will will be maintained as stable cooperative and constructive as possible. Right now, as you can see that there are other issues at work, and sometimes it could be very destructive and erode live in terms of ballot relationship that happened before for instance, after nineteen eighty nine after a conflict, for instance, the bombing of bear of Chinese embassy Bograd in nineteen ninety nine. So every time when there was a crisis, the bilateral relationship will freefall and after that you can see that the foundation of the about her relationship will regain his strength, gradually and rebuild itself. So I think we're now facing the same difficulties the mutual trust has been lowered and there are difficult issues to overcome. But ultimately, I personally believe that there are so many shared interests particularly globally strategically that both countries must come back to a better relationship to learn to trust each other. To coexist and to help maintain a peaceful and prosperous global system. Are like Dr JAL mention China and the United States wist witness. Several downturns were even crisis in the past four years. What do you think that countries can learn from those history? Well, I think we have to be Frank about what actually happened in two thousand and one with the WTO, and that was many people in the west in the US and particular thought that this would be the death now of the current regime, the communist government in China, they really believe that, you know, this kind of that capitalism and democracy. Liberal democratic capitalism is the ultimate solution that every country must embrace it or will embrace it. And evidently, and it's a very ideological. Stan. So what you have to gay is China instead of failing was extremely successful. And this goes against the grain for those diehards American exceptional, screw, and you know, this includes lighthizer Navarro Miller and Bannon and all the rest of them, they really feel that somehow they've been tricked that China change things. But now that you. Rush for it. I'm gonna agree with the job. If you have any kind of understanding of what's going on in the world. It's very difficult to separate these things you everything is moving towards the it's more digital economy. If you're gonna fight terrorism you have to be linked up. You can't have great line spots for yourself. If you're going to have, you know, stop mode mobile engagements,.
Report That Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx Have Split Is '100 Percent Untrue' Says Actress' Rep
"Yeah angie's entertainment reports red and angie five kiss up by national louis university joe jackson the father of michael and janet jackson died yesterday at the age of eighty nine he's been hospitalized since late last week with terminal cancer jal launched the jackson five in the sixty s they saw millions of records were gonna become one of the most successful rb groups of all time later guided the careers of michael and janet when they went out on their solo thang survive wife catherine ten living children and all of them grandbabies fox and katie holmes never really admitted that they were a couple in the first place but apparently now it's over sources are saying they were planning a wedding paris katy called it off because of trust issues apparently jamie was the one who insisted on keeping their relationship super private and publicly he never stopped acting single which included clubbing and being seen with other women this same person says it rub katie the wrong way and it was hard for her not to feel jealous and worry about cheating especially since jamie is a major floor i can see him being a total flop yeah charming guys with a lot of charisma that doesn't mean they're cheating necessarily know but it made her insecure with the privacy and the fact that he's flirting i thought tom cruise was the reason that they kept it secret now because it used to be friends meter sign a contract i heard that is expired because right after that was done there was like a five year limit on that and then after it was done they were oh now i thought it was the jamie foxx is uncomfortable because he used to be friends with tom cruise so for a while he gives any yeah i didn't know did they did have that agreement thou like she couldn't publicly date for five years alright so scarlett johansson speaking of you know dating tom cruise scarlett johansson denying a scientologist claim that she wants date tom cruise this dude says that used to work on cruises scientology security team and he appeared on megan kelly show a couple of days ago saying that scarlett was on the list of women who auditioned to date tom after he split from nicole kidman a long time ago so this would have been before katie holmes so scarlett says the very idea of any person auditioning to be a relationship is so demeaning i refuse for adding one to spread the idea that i lack the integrity to choose my own relationships she said the whole story is cry mortar check out all night today what the hell we got up there paulina's paulina's we got floyd mayweather hardy be cardi b's baby shower saw kyo bronx bronx like a little baby bodega was adorable you gotta see a video pictures.
British ex-culture minister Tessa Jowell dies at 70
"Labour party politician tessa jowell has died aged seventy she'd been suffering from brain cancer dame tessa was a leading figure in the government of tony blair more details from layla nathu tessa jal entered the cabinet in two thousand and one is culture secretary overseeing the relaxation of gambling and licensing laws and leading london's successful bid to host the two thousand twelve olympics tessa jal was first elected to parliament in one thousand nine hundred to indulge a seat she represented until two thousand fifteen after that she entered the house of lords it was that lady zhao received a standing ovation for moving speech she gave on cancer treatment after revealing she'd been diagnosed.
What does use of nerve agent in Russian ex-spy attack tell us about who did it?
"Hello and welcome to newsday from the bbc world service for lawns province shot a khalil coming up police in britain say a nerve agents was used to try and kill a former russian spy nothing to do with us says russia to uproot folded leave total deke ruling floral double russia to me it seems like an attempt to push through specific political into this we hear from the family of a sri lankan man burned to death in a spate of buddhist attacks on muslim businesses the title come out of policy but he quartering because it was the fire very high retied forgave him out of around the palace crack police even amadeo deal helped also this halfhour discussion on child marriages with african music superstar unicef ambassador also leaky ju then the before only four the rather strong english contingent in the champions league is down by one of spurs crush out to you today hello and jerry smith with the bbc news investigators in britain are trying to establish how a rare nerve agents was used to target former russian spy and his daughter said gay and yulia screw pal critically ill in hospital along with a police officer quoted the scene in the city of soon spray here's tom simon's nerve agents are specially manufactured chemical weapons capable of killing by destroying the nervous system scotland yard said the substance detected in the souls preattack had been identified a sources told the bbc it was rare up than the sarin gas used in syria and in an attack on the tokyo underground did 1995 it was not the x the nerve agent used to kill the halfbrother of the korean leader kim jal earned last year police have yet to say if they know how and where the poison was administered lawmakers in the american state of florida have approved a bill to strengthen guncontrol how to seventeen people were killed in a shooting at a school the florida governor has not said whether he will veto the law peterborough's reports the legislation which has been passed by florida's house of representatives includes a number of measures demanded by student activists in the wake of the shooting three weeks ago they include raising the minimum age to buy a gun from eighteen to twenty one and banning the silo possession of bump fi stocks which allows semi automatic rifles to fire as rapidly as machine guns it also allows the arming of some school staff including teachers but.