字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント car thing is our last show of the week and the month. We back on air next Monday, December 2nd. Thanks for giving us 10 minutes of your time in the capital of the United Kingdom. Uber has lost its license and, if it loses its appeal than Londoners and visitors will have to call a black cab, use the tube or find another ride sharing service. Uber first had its license suspended in London in 2017. The city didn't like how the company responded to serious crimes and questions about its safety, but it's been given probation period since then, which allowed over to keep giving rides. Now, though, Transport for London says it's identified a quote pattern of failures that had put passengers at risk, including thousands of trips that were given by unauthorized drivers, some of whom had been fired but faked being authorized ones. Uber says it's changed its business and is now quote setting the standard on safety. It calls London's decision extraordinary and wrong. You can still order an uber there. The service is allowed to keep operating while the appeals process plays out. But there are concerns about the future of its 45,000 drivers in London if it permanently loses its license there. There are also concerns about Uber's revenues. London makes up a significant part of those, and the company is facing more competition there. From other ride sharing service is second trivia. Which of these companies is not considered a unicorn door dash space X insta cart or Netflix Unicorn is a private startup business worth at least $1 billion Netflix is publicly help. You really feel the music with a Sony Sony Walkman is a tiny stereo cassette player with truly incredible sound. Our company is trying to use their technology to solve the real world problems. What are some of the hurdles that can make it Japan a place where startups and unicorns can flourish? We need their more die busty. Think about up there. More new radical idea At the U. S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, the tests that students undergo aren't just academic, they're about as physical is, the human body allows the sea trials last 14 hours. They're a series of physical and mental challenges for the academy's freshmen or pleads and a leadership demonstration for the upper class. It's not open to the public. But CNN's Coy wire, who played in the NFL for nine years, was invited to both watch and participate. It's 2 30 in the morning. I'm in Annapolis, Maryland, at the U. S Naval Academy. I'm coy wire and this is sea trials. Hey, Ray, do low crawl Gotta push these ammo containers all the way to the opposite. And I think I'm a pretty tough wire, but I'm not as tough as this wire Barb, are you feeling right now? I'm loving. I'm going. They're doing their exercises in the water, the wet and sandy, which sounds fun at a 5 30 in the morning and 50 degree weather. You're only as strong as your weakest link. And this shows them that they're only as strong as our weakest link. So they learn how to work together. They learn how to communicate together and just work on focusing on the mission, and they're gonna need down when they become those future leaders. When they go to the fleet. Thes believes they're tired. Their feet hurt their what their sweaty just a very long day for them physically and mentally. You got some of my dear heart feeling No job, No, look, it's tough. And the crazy thing about it is we've been doing this for 10 hours. A strong mind. What? This takes phase right now Way have beauty behind us out of water, Petey swim relays and then to really events. Or we have a rifle overhead. Treads to the booth in the water with rifle over their head, treading and work on teamwork. We'll have a going underwater and undoing. Locks are holding their breath while their teammates are out there giving the combination. So it's a really big event. Great. Whatever you do, don't do the flying squirrel. You have no idea what it is to find out dizzy. Look at this determination. What keeps you going? We think about going through with everybody around us, everybody around me. Everybody here. We've been learning about everything from leadership to building up each other encouragement. Trust all of that throughout the year. So this is like the combination of all that we're about to head into the endurance course. This is a 3.1 mile course. Uphill and downhill. Some obstacles. Oi, go, go! What kept you going? Why don't you quit. I have so many people here. You're looking at me honestly. I've never felt anything like that before. Like gives me shivers. Things inspire you to be that for someone else. Now, no doubt. No doubt. It's 18 hours of blood, sweat and tears. They gotta quit, but they didn't see trials. Is Duck 10 10? More like 10,000 out of 10. Singer songwriter Morgan Clark plays at a hotel in Nashville, Tennessee, several times a week after a recent performance, there was a little extra in her tip case. A check for $10,000. Is this legit? Yes, legit. Morgan says she's going to donate 10% of it to the Salvation Army, and she thanked the fan who wanted to remain anonymous for believing in her and giving her a shot. Well, thank you guys for believing in us, for thanks, giving us the best audience for digesting all the eight corny puns I could bake up for stuffing our inbox and social media with feedback for being cranberry sauce. Um, a cornucopia awesome. And for watching from Feast to Harv West, where is so grateful to gobble up 10 minutes of your day? We hope your Thanksgiving is tripped. Oh, fantastic.