35 Burst results for "$10"

Top 10 Blockchain Hacking Techniques of 2022  Now Accepting Nominations

OpenZeppelin

00:28 sec | 5 d ago

Top 10 Blockchain Hacking Techniques of 2022 Now Accepting Nominations

"8 p.m. Monday, January 16th, 2023. Top ten blockchain hacking techniques of 2022 now accepting nominations. 2022 saw a massive increase in the number of developers participating across the blockchain development ecosystem, as well as pioneering. The post top ten blockchain hacking techniques of 2022 now accepting nominations appeared first on opens up and blog.

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Top 10 Weekly Fundamentals 12023

Bitcoin Market Journal

00:25 sec | 5 d ago

Top 10 Weekly Fundamentals 12023

"2 p.m. Friday, January 20th, 2023 top ten weekly fundamentals, one two zero two three cryptocurrencies are like companies and active addresses are like customers similar to active users of Facebook or active subscribers of Netflix. The post top ten weekly fundamentals one two zero two three appeared first on Bitcoin market journal.

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Recapping 10 major crypto events from 2022  10 future trends for 2023

CryptoSlate

00:25 sec | 5 d ago

Recapping 10 major crypto events from 2022 10 future trends for 2023

"7 p.m. Sunday January 22nd, 2023. Recapping ten major crypto events from 2022, ten future trends for 2023. The following is a guest contribution from intergovernmental blockchain expert and investor Andy lien. The post recapping ten major crypto events from 2022 ten future trends for 2023 appeared first on crypto slate.

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How BlackRock Can Control America's Future with ESG

The Trish Regan Show

01:04 min | 5 d ago

How BlackRock Can Control America's Future with ESG

"Hey, it's pretty good when you're BlackRock and you decide you're going to go all in on ESG investing and then you get your guy who used to run the ESG team at your firm to be head of the economic council in the Biden administration where you can once again perpetuate this ESG ESG investing, it's pretty good for BlackRock, which by the way has some $9 trillion in assets under management right now. I mean, that's like a country. I mean, that's a lot of money. I think U.S. GDP is somewhere around 20 some odd $1 trillion. I mean, France, the size of France's economy is probably around two or $3 trillion. Germany may be four, so hey, if you're a BlackRock, with some 9 $10 trillion under management, let me tell you, you're getting the white passes at Davos. That's for sure. And you're controlling America's future by using this so called social equality to your own capitalist advantage. I

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Kraken supports the Flare FLR token distribution event  trading and staking start January 10

Kraken Blog

00:40 sec | Last week

Kraken supports the Flare FLR token distribution event trading and staking start January 10

"3 a.m. Tuesday, January 10th, 2023. Crack and supports the flare FL R token distribution event trading and staking start January 10th. After first announcing our support for the flare FL R token distribution event on December 11th, 2020, we are pleased to announce that eligible XRP token holders will begin receiving on January 10th, 2023. The snapshot of XRP balances took place on December 12th, 2020. The post kraken supports the flare FL R token distribution event trading and staking start January 10th appeared first on kraken blog.

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Top 10 Crypto Investments for 2023

Coin Bureau

00:34 sec | Last week

Top 10 Crypto Investments for 2023

"11 a.m. Thursday, January 12th, 2023. Top ten crypto investments for 2023. Well, folks, it's 2023, and we have all made it through the brutal nightmare that was 2022 alive. Time to pick ourselves up, brush ourselves off, and look to the future. In this article, we are going to look at some top ten crypto picks for 2023, and which projects people are keeping an eye. The post top ten crypto investments for 2023 appeared first on coin bureau.

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10 Notable Cities and Countries that Have Made Their Mark on Crypto

BitcoinChaser

00:21 sec | Last week

10 Notable Cities and Countries that Have Made Their Mark on Crypto

"11 a.m. Friday, January 13th, 2023. Ten notable cities and countries that have made their mark on crypto. More and more countries have begun taking an interest in cryptocurrencies on an individual business and the post ten notable cities and countries that have made their mark on crypto appeared first on Bitcoin chaser.

Top 10 Weekly Fundamentals 11223

Bitcoin Market Journal

00:20 sec | Last week

Top 10 Weekly Fundamentals 11223

"3 p.m. Friday, January 13th, 2023. Top ten weekly fundamentals, one one two two three. BTC starts 2023 off with a bang, jumps to 17 K the post top ten weekly fundamentals one one two two three appeared first on Bitcoin market journal.

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Bitcoin mining difficulty jumps 10, its biggest move since October

The Block

00:20 sec | Last week

Bitcoin mining difficulty jumps 10, its biggest move since October

"9 p.m. Sunday, January 15th, 2023. Bitcoin mining difficulty jumps ten, its biggest move since October. Bitcoin's mining difficulty climbed more than ten on Sunday. The post Bitcoin mining difficulty jumps ten, its biggest move since October appeared first on the block.

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Why Stefan George Is Optimistic for Crypto in 2023

The Breakdown

01:27 min | Last week

Why Stefan George Is Optimistic for Crypto in 2023

"So first up, we have a thread from Stefan George, this came out on January 10th. He writes why I am optimistic for crypto in 2023, what will drive blockchain demand and what projects to watch out for in 2023. Markets are down, but fundamentals are strong. To get out of the speculative bubble, connecting blockchain to quote the real world will be key. We have to decouple demand for blockchain from pure crypto intrinsic demand, making it part of everyone's daily transactions. If people were to use blockchain for real payments or actual banking, demand would not depend on hype and speculation. There are two main trends, which will unfold in 2023. One, more real world assets, RWA, on chain, making them part of the DeFi ecosystem. Two, integration of blockchain into the railways of old world of payments and banking, making transitioning seamless. Real world assets have come a long way. USD C and USD T are leading, but there is a demand for more. Backed 5 is about to launch the first fully backed stocks, ETFs and fixed yield products as ERC 20 tokens without any restrictions making them fully compatible with the DeFi ecosystem. Centrifuge is already bringing real world assets successfully to DeFi and recently hit $100 million of total value locked, proving the demand to use real world assets as collateral in DeFi. While there are many options for USD backed tokens, EUR has always been neglected. Main area is here to change that with EUR E and tight integration into the cipa banking infrastructure. Today you can issue your E with a simple C but transfer instantly.

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The Role of the Biden White House in Swaying Vaccine Sentiment

The Trish Regan Show

01:39 min | 2 weeks ago

The Role of the Biden White House in Swaying Vaccine Sentiment

"Article in The Wall Street Journal, if you didn't see it, go check it out. It was actually in Monday's Wall Street Journal, an op-ed that talked about the role of The White House the Biden White House in trying to characterize how people were thinking about vaccines specifically, obviously, the COVID vaccine. And if you do any kind of search, it's very, very difficult to get any possible negative information or any information that may suggest anything other than what The White House wanted you to think about vaccines. And I'm always troubled by things like that because to me, scientific information, especially actual studies and there was plenty of good stuff. I mean, look, I get it. There's bad stuff out there too, and they're fearful that the bad stuff is going to get sort of cemented into people's heads, but people ought to be able to access all information. And once you start going down this path of deciding what they can see, what they can't see, what's real, what's not, what's fake, what's real. When The White House is in charge of that, then I think it creates a very dicey scary atmosphere where we, as individuals have to rely on news that has been manipulated or filtered by a political party. In this case, it's the Democrats. It's the Biden administration that is getting after social media companies telling them, look, you know, we don't like how your characterizing this. We don't like that it's a Fox story coming up. A fox commentary nonetheless on a day when it should be all this other stuff, et cetera, et cetera. Well, that is, to me, pretty problematic.

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Classified White House Docs Found at Biden Think Tank!

The Trish Regan Show

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

Classified White House Docs Found at Biden Think Tank!

"To point to once again the hypocrisy of the current president of the United States in that he went on and on and on about Donald Trump, the Democrats as a party went on and on about Donald Trump and Mar-a-Lago. And the classified documents, how dare he have these. I mean, a lot of smart people said, look, it can happen. I mean, it's weird, right? And I agree. It's a little bit weird because you'd think that people would take those things more seriously. But these things do happen. And in fact, they even happen to Joe Biden. So when he was vice president under Barack Obama, he allegedly made off with some. Classified documents because this is what has been found at his think tank. And the thing that really kind of gets me is that it was found just a week before midterm elections. And don't forget they made a big stink about this, right? Going into midterms, in fact, in fact, the president of the United States himself was on 60 minutes saying, how could Donald Trump ever have made off with these classified documents? It's just so bizarre. Incredible to think of listen to them. How that could possibly happen. How one anyone could be that irresponsible. And I thought, what data was in there that made compromise sources and methods by that, I mean, names of people who helped or et cetera. And just totally irresponsible. So now we have to ask ourselves, I mean, what was that really about? Was it as dramatic as they led us to believe? I mean, you listen to Joe Biden's voice in that 60 minutes interview, and he's pretty worked up, right? It's like the end of the world. He doesn't know how that could ever happen. And yet, I wonder how it happened to him. I wonder how it is that somehow classified documents from his time in the Oval Office. Wound up at his think tank.

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Praying for the Persecuted Church

Pray the Word with David Platt

02:47 min | 2 weeks ago

Praying for the Persecuted Church

"Matthew ten versus 22 and 23, and you will be hated by all for my name's sake, but the one who endures to the end will be saved when they persecute you in one town, flee to the next for truly I say to you, you will have not gone through all the towns of Israel before the son of man comes on ever we read about persecution in the Bible, which is often as we're reading through the New Testament because it's promised here by Jesus. We need to pause and to pray for our persecuted brothers and sisters around the world. There are so many in our family. Our brothers and sisters who right now are experiencing this. They're being hated by everyone around them because of their love for Jesus. They're being persecuted and imprisoned and isolated and punished in different ways. They're following Jesus their proclaiming Jesus and it's costing them greatly and the Bible is clear when one part of the body hurts the whole body hurts. So we need to identify with pray for our brothers and sisters in Christ who are experiencing persecution and at the same time to not be surprised in our own lives wherever we might live and even if we live in a place where there is relative freedom to proclaim the gospel to not shirk back in any way in fear from following Jesus and proclaiming Jesus that we would not be afraid what others might think of us or the risk that following Judas and proclaiming Jesus might be to our reputation to our comfort, maybe in some senses to our jobs that whatever it may cost us that we would faithfully follow Jesus that we would follow in the footsteps of our brothers and sisters in places like North Korea and Somalia and Yemen and parts of India or Afghanistan, Pakistan, God we pray right now for our brothers and sisters. Your sons and daughters are family and these countries in places in the world where they are being persecuted for their faith in you, God we pray for your strength for them. We pray for your help for them. We pray that you end up hold them with your righteous right hand rep you would give them boldness to follow you and to proclaim you, even at great cost,

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College admissions scam mastermind gets 42 months in prison

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 weeks ago

College admissions scam mastermind gets 42 months in prison

"College scam mastermind Rick singer has been sentenced for his role in the varsity blues bribery case. Rick singer reports to prison in February, his punishment of three and a half years in prison handed down at a federal court in Boston on Wednesday is the longest sentence so far in the college admissions scandal that exploded into headlines in 2019. Audio courtesy WCVB. Singer was also ordered to pay $10 million to the IRS and forfeit millions more to the government. He put guilty to paying off entrance exam administrators and coaches to get the children of wealthy parents into elite universities

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The week in markets Bitcoin dips while dogecoin drops 10 and MicroStrategy stock falls

The Block

00:26 sec | 3 weeks ago

The week in markets Bitcoin dips while dogecoin drops 10 and MicroStrategy stock falls

"3 p.m. Sunday, January 1st, 2023 the weekend markets Bitcoin dips, while Dogecoin drops ten and micro strategy stock falls. Crypto prices declined slightly throughout the week, and micro strategy stock fell as the firm sold Bitcoin for the first time. The post the week in markets Bitcoin dips, while Dogecoin drops ten and micro strategy stock falls appeared first on the block

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Candace Owens and Charlie Discuss Digital Detox

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:41 sec | Last month

Candace Owens and Charlie Discuss Digital Detox

"Data points are essentially, they're called digital toxins, right? And people are sick, you have a biological immune system and you also have a psychological immune system. And people don't think about that when they're on social media. And I think about it all the time. I know when I need to tap out for a couple of days. Yes. I turn my phone off from Friday night to Saturday. Take a Jewish. I do it every week. I love that. Right, Andrew. Unreachable. I do it. Yeah, we all use the Jewish term. Literally unreachable. Sometimes I go all the way to Sunday. It's amazing. It keeps you safe. Oh, it's fabulous. I also track my screen time, and I break through it almost every day, but it's a reminder just to kind of see how I did. And I become a happier person, and it takes a while to kind of get used to it because it is a drug. And you become so addicted to it.

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Candace Owens and Charlie Reminisce About Meeting Jack Dorsey

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | Last month

Candace Owens and Charlie Reminisce About Meeting Jack Dorsey

"Candace, you brought me to a meeting with Jack Dorsey. I did. We talk about we have not talked about this in a very long time, but I talk about it on my show. And I tell people, I have so accurately assessed Jack Dorsey, because I kept saying that I think people turned him into a boogeyman because he never really spoke out. Like Mark Zuckerberg is very in your face. I'm the CEO of Facebook, and he's just very easy not to like, it looks like a lizard. But Jack Dorsey was sort of quiet. And the Buddhist thing going on. Right. And I'm sorry you've interrupted my meditation hour. And I think that people thought that he was much more evil than he was, and that my take from having met him several times was that he was very much a person who does not like attention, a techie, just exactly what you would imagine somebody who was just a pure techie to be. And he didn't know how to deal with this thing that he did create to make people more freer and he was almost like held hostage at his own company. When you and I met with him and that summer, I mean, you read him super well. And I remember afterwards we were walking in that kind of Twitter headquarters area and you said nice campus, by the way. It was amazing. And you said Stockholm syndrome. You said this guy is being held captive by you'll Roth was not in the meeting. But by these kind of engineers, what do you remember from that meeting? I remember some, I wish I would remember more. I just remember feeling like he was not in charge, which was a very weird thing to come in and to me. That's right. That's correct. I remember he was kind of slouched over. He bites his nails. This is not somebody who was confident. It was somebody who had created something that was bigger than him. And I felt bad for him. And I knew that was such a weird thing to feel because we were supposed to hate everybody was like, oh, hey, and he's a part of this social media. And I'm like, I don't think he likes Mark Zuckerberg. I don't think he likes what's happening to his company. What he doesn't, he doesn't have that sort of spirit to stand up to wrongness. Not every single person is a warrior.

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Charlie Welcomes Longtime Friend Candace Owens to the Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | Last month

Charlie Welcomes Longtime Friend Candace Owens to the Show

"Candace Owens, what are your pronouns? My pronouns are Caesar's today. Today. Somebody asked me that they said, how do you respond on a college campus if they require you to state your pronouns? How would you respond? If you're in class or if you're a class or just some sort of mandatory environment. I probably would drop the course because if you have a professor that's supposed to be teaching you that's asking you something that's that stupid, you're probably not going to get much out of the semester. You see the FBI Twitter file where the FBI agent Elvis Chan had his pronouns. It's so embarrassing. What embarrasses me is I just picture the Kremlin, right? Sitting around when these things, there must be having a good time, you know what I mean? We're not being taken seriously on the world stage anymore. And that's why I always think of people that are adversaries of the United States have to be sitting back and laughing, going this country maybe has ten more years when the FBI starts putting pronouns in their bios and emails like pretending to be important. We're not in a good spot. It is kind of the worst aspects of modernity. The Twitter files, what's your original what's your initial takeaway from that? We already knew it. I mean, I'm glad that we got more specific. Like Charlie Kirk, okay, yeah, we figured that one. I'm sure Candace Owens as well. And we're all on the list. We know this. We've been saying it for years. It's nice to have the world have to acknowledge it and stop pretending that we're all conspiracy theorists. They say that the difference between the truth and the conspiracy is about give it 6 weeks. And I guess that short now? It used to be two years. I seriously about 5 minutes these days. But so yeah, that's nice. It feels good to have the press have to acknowledge that it wasn't just existing in our own heads, but there wasn't anything I was surprised about. I think I'm most excited for the Fauci files because that was a psychological experiment like we've never seen before. And it just required total obedience and the social media companies were complicit and I'd like to see how far Doctor Fauci went if he inspired Elon Musk to say that my pronouns are prison, Fauci. Get the shot. And he said, my pronouns are. Fauci for prisoners. Fauci for president. And so for Elon Musk to tweet that when he's already been in the files, he has my attention, that's all I'll say. So

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"$10" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

05:41 min | 3 months ago

"$10" Discussed on Fore Play

"Now, rich famous people, that's cool. Like your Friends that send you scorecards every weekend will love you if you have $10 billion. You'll become the best friend of all. Send them on, send them on. Frankie, because then you don't know if they like you for your money or if

"$10" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

04:30 min | 3 months ago

"$10" Discussed on Fore Play

"Watching them play when you can't play. The halfway there, they come to these golf trips and they play half the holes anyway. You're already halfway there in the game. No, I mean, I'm just saying like, there are other things to do. And there's a lot of money to be like what? I know we're on a golf podcast, but you guys sound fucking insane right now. Like no one's gonna be like, these guys. How much? Because you're giving up $10 billion to never play the game. You're happy about $10 billion that's like, there's nothing more. Well, there's a lot that makes you happy about ten minutes. When your buddy's like, what am I doing? I don't know how many. $10 million. On track with my buddies, are you playing this for 10 billion dollars? I'm gonna point in all the money if you're not just getting to do what you would do. Oh my gosh about the money. Can you talk? Well, I've made it clear that I want to sit and do nothing. If we're ranking things in terms of like what I could do, then it's like, yeah, I would take $10 billion and I could just sit and acting like people that are over the age of 60 that are like billionaires are not happy. They always get like, don't play golf all the time. I'm talking about my brain. Yeah. The alternative is not guilty on them.

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"$10" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

04:39 min | 3 months ago

"$10" Discussed on Fore Play

"Up a couple miles away from here at the end of November, which will be right after Thanksgiving, which will be about the time I put my Christmas tree up. So, you know, tying a lot of things together here. Josh says question for the pod. How much money would it take for you to never play golf ever again? How much would the normal weekend golfer need to stop playing golf forever? I think my answer is zero money because I just don't I don't know what I would do. I don't know what I would look forward to. I've had this conversation with my Friends a lot of like, what do people that don't have golf? Like, what do they look like? What are they really look forward to on a weekend or on a buddy strip? Genuinely, what is your whole week? Because for me, it's the whole week is consumed on a normal work. Week our lives a lot different now. Our job is a lot different, so it's not as regimen as it used to be, but generally normal week at an old job or even the first three, four or 5 years at barstool. It was like if I knew I was playing golf somewhere Saturday morning, the whole week was doing course flyovers and like looking at the scorecard and the hole by hole and like planning out every shot for every single and then chirping in the group text about the match that we're going to have and I don't know what people look forward to if they don't have golf. I'm with you. For me, it's less the casual golf rounds and more of the golf trips with the boys. That for me is we talked about this on the show before it's the Pinnacle of life. There's nothing more fun in the world than going somewhere with your boys. You're all bought in three days. Everyone's laying out their outfits. Everyone's talking shit in the group chat. You know, you're ready to go.

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"$10" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

05:49 min | 3 months ago

"$10" Discussed on Fore Play

"Frankie said on the last show. Pretty hard to imagine that a mortgage

"$10" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

04:37 min | 3 months ago

"$10" Discussed on Fore Play

"If you want to see any games this season, you need game time. You guys are going to a game Thursday night. Thursday night, game time, the first time using game time for the NHL season. I can't wait, it was as easy as ever. Also, not just hockey, blink one 82, just announced that they are back. Tom is back. They're going on a world tour. They're going to Brooklyn. They're going everywhere. They're coming to your city. They're coming to your city. Blink one 82 is coming out with a new album. They're going to MSG. They go to MSG and UBS. I can't wait. I think they're doing two shows at MSG. I can't fucking wait for blink one 82 to come back and I'm going to go on game time the second that those tickets release and I'm going to go crazy to watch. I saw blink one 82 back in 2000. I was 23 because I remember they saying no one likes you when you're 23 and I was on my 23rd birthday, but it was fucking mets. No, I think that was my first CD I bought. An enema of the state, take off your take off your pants and jacket. Pants and jacket. And then this new one, the new commercial where it says everyone they're coming and I'm coming. It's the best commercial I've ever seen in my entire life. But I would say I saw Matt skiba with Lincoln too. It just wasn't the same. It's like, come on, he's good. He helped them stay alive. He's the band is still what the band is because Matt filled in, but Tom's back, game time. Make sure you're on it. Yankees playoffs, we got going on, all the MLB playoffs NHL. I'm excited. It's a great time to have game time. It's like the best time in the world. I think that was Jimmy world that I was humming too earlier, but I kind of put them in the same bucket, Jimmy or Obama.

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"$10" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

11:25 min | 11 months ago

"$10" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

"Right, 8 four four 747 88 68. So here's what I want to do. We're going to go to the phones here in just a moment. I want to throw out another trivia question where Mardi Gras today, happy fat Tuesday. Tomorrow, ash Wednesday. And we're going to try to win you a prize. We've got a copy of my brand new book, our daily biscuit devotions with a drawl. So here we go. A lot of the Mardi Gras cruise. During their parades, they throw a lot of stuff off of those floats. Many of them throw beads, others throw doubloons. But one particular Mardi Gras crew throws coconuts. Well, now they hand them coconuts, so something about insurance. So we want to know, the name of the crew that throws the coconuts during the Mardi Gras parade, and it's happening today in New Orleans. If you know the answer, give us a call 8 four four 747 88 68. The name of the Mardi Gras crew that throws coconuts. 844-747-8868. You know folks, I was so excited to meet our friends over at eMac they were at cpac and Orlando over the weekend, had a big huge display making a big statement standing up for conservative seniors and I have some exciting news for you. Now everybody can join amac. That's right, if you're 18, 19 years old, you can become a part of a Mac, they are fighting for us on Capitol Hill. And by the way, they are America's largest organization for conservative seniors. Now look, if you are 50 years of age or older, you're going to be able to get some incredible benefits with your a Mac membership. Talking about discounts on hotels, travel, and restaurants, but most importantly, your membership is going to support your values. So go to a Mac U.S. slash stern's today to start your discounts that's amac dot U.S. slash stars to become an amac member just like me they need you America needs a Mac that's a Mac U.S. slash stars. From the front lines of the culture war, it's Todd starns. All right, welcome back to the show, ladies and gentlemen. Let's go to the phones here, Laurie. And you know what? We're gonna do two at one time. Why don't we do that? Laurie and Richard, who's Laurie's in North Carolina. Listening to us on the talk station, Richard calling him from New Orleans, Laurie Richard, how are you guys doing? Wonderful. Now Richard, real quicker since you're in New Orleans. What's it like down there? You go into any of the Mardi Gras parades today. Actually, I think I may have spoken incorrectly when I answer that progress because I'm from New Orleans, I spent 61 years there until Katrina, and now I'm in cordova. Oh, so you're listening to us on kwa, the mighty 9 90. Yes, sir. All right, well, then you've probably are in a much safer spot. Down on Beale street. All right, Laurie and Richard. On the count of three, I'm going to give you the trivia question. There is one particular crew body rock crew, and they throw coconuts from their floats. But now they just hand them to people. We need to know the name of that crew on the count of three, one, two, three. Yes, congratulations, guys. That is correct. The crew of Zulu, which by the way, they've been doing this guys since right around the turn of the century 1909, the Zulu social and pleasure club, and. So did I say social club, I said social aid because one of the great things about Richard one of the great things and Laurie, one of the great things about the Zulu club is that they have a very long history of doing good deeds for the people there in New Orleans. So they're doing some good work down there. And let us see it all. Yes, and Laurie, what were you saying? I was going to say yes. They are very, very well connected with their communities in New Orleans. I grew up south in New Orleans. Is that right? Now, Laurie, what part of New Orleans did you grow up in? I grew up in blackman's Paris. All right, well, my dad got transferred when I was a little boy, a week moved down to St. John parish, so. And we were the crew demand. That was the local crew in our neighborhood back in the day. But you know, it's interesting. This was, I believe, Richard, this was one of the earliest all African American all black crews in the New Orleans area. It was. And one of the members that you may associate with the crew Zulu that most people are aware of is a foreign American New Orleans Ernest Dutch muriel. Is that right? So I had no idea that he was a part of Zulu. Yeah, he was. Now, the problem was the coconuts. This was like the most coveted thing. If you guys remember that, back in the day, they would throw these coconuts and then I guess they were not able to get insurance coverage so they had to stop at, you know, they had to stop that long tradition. And now they just hand them out. And you know, the same thing happened with the crew of marches, I think suggestion city buzzers that marched on Saint Patrick's Day. Now it might have been other cruise as well and I'm not aware of their names of the president, but they used to throw cabbages and for the same reason they had to start standing them out. Wait, what? They're throwing what? Cabbages are on Saint Patrick's Day. Holy cow. It's, you know, I went to, when I lived in New York City, very first year Saint Patrick's Day, I was still the overnight anchor at Fox, so my day ended at 6 a.m.. And I remember walking out of the Fox building and there were thousands of people outside, all wearing green, and people were already literally crawling pub to pub for the big Saint Patrick's Day parade. That's the way it is with the Egyptian city buzzards because they used to march on magazine street ahead of the parade coast, the crew of both. And they would play a little game called let's hit every bar on both sides of the street. Lori did you ever go to the did you go to the parades when you were growing up Laurie? Is that so you marched in them? When I was in high school in ban, we marched right, oh my gosh. My feet still hurt. Well, you know, people may not realize this, but today is actually a day as a school, it's a school holiday. So Mardi Gras, you don't go to school and then ash Wednesday. I don't think you go to school either, so. All right, let's go one at a time here. Laurie go first and then Richard. Well, we went to school on our Wednesday because the Catholic kids would come to school with the ashes on their forehead. Okay, that's it. Okay, and Richard, go for it. All right, did you monitor the crew of Zeus what you would do at the courage? No, we did. Cleopatra, nefertiti, Rex, oh, this is like old home week here. Oh yeah. Yeah. By the way, our good friend. Our good friend Noah Brett from W PMO, Adam pascuala says Todd no school in pascagoula or mobile tomorrow. So there you go, kids. You get to sleep in. All right. Jeremy, for Pierre, which channel 13 is also a Noah's book. There you go. Well, guys, we're gonna have to wrap it up here. Our time is about to expire, so Richard and Laurie hang tight, we're gonna send both of you a copy of my book, Richard, you can just come down to the radio station and pick your copy up. But our daily biscuit devotions with a drawl, and you folks down across Louisiana. You know, you see the wild debauchery, but Mardi Gras really is a family affair, and those crews are doing some really good work down there, and helping out their communities and the folks at the Zulu social aid and pleasure club. They work year round to get scholarships and to help folks out in their community and we really appreciate their good work. All right, let's go to the phones real quick here. Our good buddy Murph in Germantown Tennessee, listening to us on K, WAM hamer, what's going on? Hey, professor stern, how are you? You know, I'm ready for Mardi Gras ready to throw some beads or something. Then once never going back, but that's another day. It's a family friendly show, Murph. You were talking about the major problems of this country. I think you just hit on it, talking about this movie that I've never heard of and never saw. Because it's such a moral degradation and when you declare an unnatural lifestyle, a good thing, what more do you want and that's one observation. Second observation, we keep hearing the word democracy bannered about by every person you put a microphone in front of. And we're looking at the fruits of democracy, okay? If it weren't for the checks and balances of the constitution, anyone at birth to the Democratic Party's train of thought would be nullified or locked up or put in jail. Third observation, the lady that called in about per diem per diems burp members of the House and Senate, they're paid a salary. The speaker and the majority leader are in excess of 224 K a year, the members are at one 74 a year, 74 K a year. And then they are given allowances for travel, which is reasonable, and then their offices are also financed by us. Oh yeah. And you say it all. We pay every single penny Murph and that's a problem. Murph I hate to do this work. We're flat out of time, my friend. Folks, it's been a lot of fun. Join us tonight. We're going to be live covering and giving analysis of the president state of the unit address. And we'll do it all over again tomorrow as well. All right, happy Mardi Gras, everybody. This is the Todd storage show..

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"$10" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

04:06 min | 11 months ago

"$10" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

"Right, hey, gotta take a break you're open lines this hour coming up 8 four four 747 88 68. Got a great Sam Elliott story coming up next. So I just finished watching the finale of 1883, which is the Yellowstone prequel. And by the way, there's another prequel that's coming out that will be set right in the 1930s for the depression. Great folks, I just, again, if you love good cinematography, if you love good story telling, you gotta watch 1883. It's a pretty hardcore illustration of what life was like for settlers moving and the pioneers moving into the west, and one of my favorite actors on the show. Sam Elliott, who has one of the best voices in all of Hollywood. And here's a little clip of him doing a Dodge ram commercial. This is the old west, cowboys live by an unspoken code. The code of the west never try on another man's hat. Always remove your firearms at the table. Talk less. Say more. Always do what has to be done. What a great voice. So that Sam Elliott, a little commercial he did for Dodge ram back in the day. I guess he's in a 70, 77 years old. The guy still acting and doing a great job. So anyway, Sam Elliott is about to get canceled by Hollywood. There's a movie out called The Power of the Dog, it is a western. It has 12 nominations for the Academy Awards. I have seen this movie. I'm a big, I'm a big fan of westerns. And I saw this movie and right away I realized this is the wokest, the wokest western movie I've ever seen in my life. It was absolutely horrible. And one of the things that really got me about The Power of the Dog is that there was this very clear narrative woven through the entire western and I guess you could say it's the first pro gay western movie. It was bizarre. And it's just and it's an illustration of what's happening in Hollywood where every movie that comes out has to have a gay subplot. And I'll give you a great example of that, a Downton Abbey the movie, great movie, came out, and all of a sudden there is stuck right in the middle of it is a gay subplot. And it doesn't need to be there. It's not part of the, it's, again, not part of the plot, the movie will be just fine without it, but they're shoving that agenda into every movie that they can make in Hollywood. And so Sam Elliott was asked about this during an interview about the movie The Power of the Dog. The movie is based on the novel by Thomas savage, from back in 1967. And Elliott did not mince words. I'm not going to be able to, I'll have to bleep some of this, but here we go. Elliott says you want to talk about that piece of blank. Talking about talking about the movie..

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"$10" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

04:43 min | 11 months ago

"$10" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

"To mention. Well, that's a fair point, Diane. And we had a previous caller talking about term limits. That would only be good if the office staff got term limits too, because you know. That's it. And the office staff stays. They're the ones that's running the country. No, and you're right. And they are. And that's what's happening. That's why you have the deep state is the phrase that was coined. That's who the deep state is. These are the bureaucrats who are there through multiple administrations, and you're right, Diane, they're the ones running the country. But I would be curious to see just how much extra money elected federal officials could see all this stuff is basically at the federal level. I'd be curious if anybody has ever heard how much over and above their legal salaries, they get in per diem and reimbursement. You know what Diane? We're going to find out. We're going to find out that information. And it would seem to me that if that was suspended for a little while, maybe they'd get a taste of it. You know, Diane back when I was at Fox News. A couple of the perks I sort of miss. We used to get a clothing allowance. So they'd give you 5, $10,000 a year on your clothing, and make all your suits and whatever. And every four times a year, somebody would show up from wardrobe and say these are the ties you have to wear this season. I didn't know we had seasons, but apparently we do. But then we were out on the road, we get like a $60 per day per diem, just for food. You know, you use it however you want to use it. A lot of folks I won't name names. They would save up that money. They wouldn't eat, but they'd do a whole lot of drinking. Yeah, and if we know that that's evident in the private world, it's got to be also part of our Congress. There you go. All right, Diane, good. That is a very good observation and we'll look into that for you, thanks for the call. So you know inflation, Diane was talking about inflation. You know it's out of control in The New York Times is doing a story. And grace, you know, let's just say you're doing a story on inflation. What do you normally do? You go and talk to the local family, you know, the mom and the dad, and the kids, and how much it's costed to go by the cottage cheese down at the Kroger or the piggly wig. The almond milk. Or the chocolate milk, thank you, yes. So here's how The New York Times covered the inflation story. You got to hear this. On a crowded Saturday night at pieces, a gay bar in Greenwich Village. Gregory Miller and three friends claimed a spot on the floor shortly before the drag performer Jasmine Kennedy. Jasmine took the stage. One of mister Keller's Friends bought the first round, another got the second, and then it was his turns. After a few failed attempts at flagging down a bartender, he ordered four vodka sodas. That's a lot of drinking. All in all, it was a great night out, except for the cost. Quote, I remember just going yikes. When signing off on a nearly $80 bill. Mister Keller, a 25 year old architectural designer said. $80. For booze. I wonder if it was Russian vodka. That's how so all that to say. If the gays in New York are upset over the rising costs, there could be hope for Republicans. I mean, I'm just saying. You can't be, I mean, if it's too expensive to go out to the gay bar and get your vodka, well, that could be a problem. True. There you go. So that's how The New York Times is covering the. You know what's going to happen next? They're going to be interviewing the Black Lives Matter crowd and they're not going to be able to afford any more mansions. They're going to have to downsize to the mech mansions. Man, that's rough. Unbelievable. Broth. Anyway, the typical ticket price at the house of yes club in bushwick, Brooklyn, known for showcasing aerialist and dancers and elaborate costumes, was 20 to $25. Now the price is 25 to $30. They say every one of the co owners says every straw every napkin has gotten more expensive in recent months. And they're barely able to break even. So this paper straws. I hate those things. They just disintegrate. You know, they'll bring and they will bring one to the table and I will get that away from me. I don't want to be anywhere around one of your tree hugging slurpee things..

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"$10" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

04:09 min | 11 months ago

"$10" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

"I'm with you on there. Liz Liz Harrington, everybody on the patriot mobile newsmaker line. Liz, on the issue of Ukraine, had a chance to ask the president a question on Saturday, and he is concerned that the Chinese could make a play on Taiwan and that is a very real possibility because of the lack of leadership coming from the Oval Office. You know, that's exactly right. And because we don't have this leadership, it's a total vacuum, and it's weakness and projecting this weakness ever since Afghanistan. Has really emboldened all of our adversaries. They're on the march. I mean, he wouldn't, you didn't see this happen under president Trump because he projected strength. He was doing things to make America strong, and everyone knew you couldn't mess with the United States of America. We wouldn't hesitate to act. None of those, all of that has gone away. Weakness, it's a bunch of empty words. This fake tough talk to kind of provoke and destabilize the situation with no follow through. And of course, crippling our energy and dependence has given all the power to our adversary. So of course, China is paying attention to what's going on. And I think after that really self inflicted wounds in Afghanistan, just giving away two decades of war in just such a disastrous way with so many lives lost because of that China is emboldened Russia is emboldened. That's why you're seeing all of these different things happen. And it's a really perilous time because America is no longer strong because president Donald J Trump's not in The White House. Well said, all right, Liz, we're going to leave it there. Ought to be very interesting night and Washington and we always appreciate your kindness coming on the show. Absolutely. Thanks for having me Todd. All right, Liz Harrington, everybody, from the Trump campaign, hasn't made it official yet, but he's running. We all know what's going. We know the lay of the land there. All right, a real quick before we go to break. I want to go to Charles in North Carolina, a listening to us on the way out on the State of the Union. Charles, what's on your mind? Hey Todd, good afternoon. Just to add something to what Liz just said, as far as the issues, the number one issue in my opinion is election integrity and for congressman lefkoe the call earlier. I would just say if you want to know why Joe Biden's poll numbers are where they are right now, it's because he never had the votes in the first place. Now this is what I'm talking about. Everything that's happened to our country right now. Foreign policy domestic policy is all a result of Joe Biden's policies. What the Putin is done and Ukraine, he would not have done had Trump been president, you know, because Trump had leverage and strength, unlike bod. And everything that we're seeing going on on our southern border, inflation, energy, our culture, trying to suppress political opposition by weaponizing agencies or the government. Everything you're seeing going on right now is all being done by somebody that was not, in my opinion, and I think the evidence is out there that was not legitimately elected by the somebody who was not legitimately elected by the American people. I mean, I could reference a lot of things before the election during the election, but just look at the behavior of this president after the election. What kind of person would do the things he's done to this country? If he were truly popular and had 81 million votes, you know, it takes years and years to build a house to build a castle. To build a country. But it only takes a small amount of time to burn it down..

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"$10" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:07 min | 11 months ago

"$10" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

"All right, congresswoman, we're going to have to leave it there. Debbie lesko, we will see you on TV later tonight in the House chamber folks. We've got to take a break hang tight if you're on hold 8 four four 747 88 68 that's our toll free telephone number, stick around America will be right back. Mike lindell has a passion to help everyone get the best sleep of your life. He created the Giza dream bedsheets they look and feel great, which means an even better night's sleep for folks like me. Mike found the world's best cotton called Giza. Now Mike's latest incredible deal is the sale of the year for a limited time, you're gonna get 60% off the Giza dream sheets that come with a 60 day money back guarantee and a ten year warranty. You will also receive a set for as low as 39 99. For a limited time with any purchase you also get Mike soft cover book free when you use the promo code stars. Go to my pillow dot com and click on the radio lister square and use the promo code start. Along with this offer, you're also gonna get some deep discounts on all my pillow products, including the mattress topper and the towel set, call 808 three 9 85 O 6 and use the promo code starnes or go to my pillow dot com slash orange and use the promo code starns. Life from the Liberty University studio in Memphis, Tennessee. It's America's favorite gun toting Bible clinging to floral American. I love this American ride stars. And hello, everybody. Welcome to hour two of the big show. Good to have you with us today. 8 four four 747 88 68 pence our toll free telephone number that's 8 four four 747 88 68. Hey, State.

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"$10" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

05:36 min | 11 months ago

"$10" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

"Michelle what's on your mind? Well, I was thinking about all this and at first, like everyone else, once we heard that Russia was invading Ukraine, you know, oh my goodness, this is horrible. But then I started thinking, and I saw that video where supposedly that Russian tank rolled over that Ukrainian car that was going down the street. And Facebook did not bayonet as violent. After two years of them banning videos left and right, but they allowed that one to circulate. That's when I started questioning. What is going on? And I'm just not buying, there's something more deeper going on and again, that would be something that Putin would have to tell us what his rationale is. But the media is all lockstep in one narrative, just like the COVID thing. So again, I can't trust them. After being lied for the last two years. Yeah, that's something. There is something more and clearly the media has demonstrated this time and time again, Michelle, is that they've got an agenda and it looks as though that agenda is getting us into a shooting war. There is an effort by the mainstream networks. ABC NBC CBS and Fox News and CNN as well to get us into an armed conflict with the Russians. It is an incredibly dangerous place to be, especially if and I don't believe Putin is nuts. I don't think he's off his rocker. They're trying to convince us that he is just a senile and adult as Joe Biden is. And maybe he is, I don't see it. I don't see it. But if that's the case, go ahead. And the question would be, why? What is the purpose that they would want to get us into a war? And does it have anything to do with this whole build back better agenda where they're just going to trash everybody's? Economy. I don't know. Michelle the agenda here and there's been a lot of concern about rising gas prices, and the administration has been very, very forthright about this. They say that that the issue here is that we're using too much gas we're using too much oil and it's time for the American citizens to cut back, so that's the whole point here. They want you paying 5 6 $7 a gallon for gas because in their thinking at that point you're going to want to switch over to one of these battery powered cars. That's what's going on here. Michelle, we've got to run here. Thank you for the call. Let's go to George in Georgia, listening to us on WD UN, high George, what's going on? Good afternoon, mister starnes. We love you. Thank you. I wanted to respond to your propaganda every country uses propaganda, friend and foe forever and ever. We used it in World War II. The Russians, of course, are the most professional at it. But I think from the Ukrainian side, it probably helps prop up their people and some of their will to fight and so it may not be true, but it may be a useful tool. You know, I have no doubt about that. I'm just saying from the American perspective, you would expect our media to do a better job than put out all of this fake news, which is exactly what it is. Why would you expect our media to do a good job? We know better. Well, fair enough. Fair enough. You know, but yeah, go ahead. Just one quick comment. And I do not agree we put boots on the ground. But boy, it should be nice to have a coordinated NATO air strike to wipe that column out. Thank you. And then Russia would have to figure out, who do they want to attack next? And we all would be united. And they're not going to do it. George, they're not NATO had the opportunity to do that, and they have announced they are not going to do it. But you're absolutely right. Just put a couple of jets up in the air and take him out. I mean, what's the point of NATO if you're not going to do that and by the way, by the way, do not forget about the Budapest memorandum, which says NATO has a responsibility to protect Ukraine. 8 four four 747 88 68 hang tight folks will be right back. Our world has certainly changed everything is online today with all the convenience the Internet has to offer our world is more electronic than ever. You may have security systems and place for real life, but what about your online life? Identity guard can sound the alarm if your digital presence is at risk. Here's the scary stat. Every 7 seconds someone becomes a victim of fraud or identity theft. 23% of those people never get their money back. And if you think it could never happen to you, think again. Identity guard can help. They provide advanced monitoring to keep your online accounts finances and personal information safe. If a threat is found, you'll get alerted fast, like if your online account your passwords were leaked or if someone tries to open a bank account in your name..

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"$10" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:22 min | 11 months ago

"$10" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

"I am low what's going on here with the national media. Maybe they're tired of covering the China virus crisis, maybe they're trying to deflect from covering senile Joe Biden. But I have to imagine there's got to be a better story angle. Then trying to get all of us vaporized and some sort of a nuclear blast. But that's just me. I mean, you think about it here folks, and here we are. What are we facing? What options do we have? We're paying $10 a pound for bacon, or we could be vaporized in a nuclear blast. That's the Biden administration right now. A year and a half in and we're facing we're facing an apocalypse. But this is Joe Biden. Elections have consequences. This is what somebody voted for. By the way, want to talk about fake news, the ghost of what's at the ghost of Kyiv, that turned out to be a fake story as well. About as fake as the 80 million people who voted for Joe Biden and the election. Yeah, I went there. It's Tuesday. All right, we're going to take a break here, 8 four four 747 88 68. Again, you've had a chance to analyze. Are you seeing the same thing I'm seeing? Are you concerned about the level of fake news of propaganda coming out of Ukraine? What do you think? What do you think is behind all of this? 8 four four 747 88 68. Our website is Todd star and dot com and we have some great stories there. Great video as well. Gotta check that out. We'll be right back America. It's radio free America. Time stars. Friends last year, your dollar lost a ton of value inflation rose by almost 7% in just one month towards the end of the year. That means in 30 days, your dollar became 93 cents. Inflation is a silent killer. It's a hidden tax felt by everyone. And this administration is only making it worse, inflation is not slowing down. It's escalating quickly. But gold provides a hedge against inflation and can protect your family's wealth. Legacy precious metals is the company I trust for investing in gold and silver. You have to.

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"$10" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

03:35 min | 11 months ago

"$10" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

"A Ben glory. But now we know that story is not true. Now we know that miss Ukraine is not on the front lines of the war fighting the Russians as a matter of fact it was part of a photo shoot taken from the comfort of her home and it was not a gun that she had. It was some sort of an air soft rifle. There you go. Yet more propaganda. And so now all of these people in the media who are praising mister Ukraine. Look, I've got nothing against miss Ukraine. And I think what she did was inspirational. I thought it was encouraging to people. It showed them courage, but the reality is the way it was played in the national media here in the United States is that you've got a beauty queen winner who is out of the front lines putting her life on the line, so why aren't we as Americans doing the same? That's what this is all about folks. We are watching a full onslaught. A carefully scripted media campaign. To turn hearts and minds, that's what this is all about. They want to convince you America, Middle America, that we've got to get out there and we've got to put skin in the game. We've got to have American boots on the ground in Ukraine. And the argument is if miss Ukraine can do it, then by golly all the rest of you should as well. That's what they're wanting here. And that's why we're seeing all of these stories. Coming out in the mainstream media. These stories that would make every single one of them would make their own incredible two hour movie. It's like Saving Private Ryan stories coming out of Ukraine every 30 minutes. It's remarkable. And what are we day 7? Day 8 of the war, here's the headline, Ukrainian grandmother show CNN's clarissa ward, her molotov cocktail supply. Let those rustin let those Russian blanks come here. Good for you, granny. And I hope that's true. I love telling these stories. That's what kills me. Here I love being able to, I would love to be able to tell you that miss Ukraine and her stiletto heels. Shot down a hundred Russian invaders. I would love to be able to share that story with you. And we would celebrate here on the Todd star's radio program, because I believe in sovereign borders. I just wish to high heavens that Joe Biden would defend our border like he's defending the Ukrainian border. But he doesn't want to do that. I just wish the mainstream media here in the United States of America would tell the story would cover the plight of Texas farmers and ranchers and ranchers along our southern border who are suffering. They feel like they're living in a war zone. Their own property is being overrun and invaded by a horde of invading illegal aliens. I just wish the mainstream media would show an ounce of compassion, a measure of compassion for those people. Or what about up on Capitol Hill, those people are living, you know what those people are going to be able to enjoy the State of the Union address tonight. Knowing that they're protected by hundreds and hundreds of national guardsmen, they're going to be protected by a giant wall that's been erected around the U.S. capitol and the center place of freedom for the world..

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"$10" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"$10" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"Tale. An immigrant starts a yogurt company. It grows and becomes a beloved brand creating an entirely new product sector and expanding into other areas and now the next chapter is being written that little yogurt company which is now a multinational consumer products company has filed for an ipo andrew. Bonnie's value when it goes public could exceed a whopping ten billion dollars according to reuters. That's potentially good news for true employees five years ago founder. Hamdi lucia announce that each of the companies. Two thousand workers would get company shares worth up to ten percent of the company when it goes public or is sold. The new york times reported that same year the company passed on an acquisition offer from pepsico but now that the company reportedly may go public. They may finally be able to cash in on that promise drew. Bonnie has long been known for doing things a little differently. It was launched more than fifteen years ago and has grown from a tiny yogurt company to an international brand with a whole line of products including oatmeal cremers and probiotic drinks several years ago the company also formed its own food incubator to help startups develop foods for healthy living. The program caters to companies. That are quote taking on broken food systems to bring better food to more people. The website says each company accepted gets twenty five thousand dollars. But what's even more. Valuable is the mentoring and contacts. Rabbani's team provides as true bonnie exercises its approaches to making the food supply better competitors stony field organic is doubling down on organic practices. Both inside and outside of its organization the company which calls itself quote obsessively organic announced in april. That it's donating funds to change maintenance practices to be pesticide-free within five years. Manhattan's central park brooklyn's prospect park in chicago's grant park. Well all ditch harmful chemicals. The company collaborated with the organic center. Organic valley to launch the toxins calculator a free tool to discover the environmental impacts of organic dairy and provide farmers brands and consumers with the opportunity to see the impact that choosing organic dairy products has on the environment. The company says that if all. Us dairy were organic. The country would keep more than twenty olympic sized swimming pools worth of pesticides out of environment each year and stony field has pledged that it's dairy supply chain will not just be carbon-neutral but be carbon positive within nine years as these industry giants flex their calcium-rich muscles in a play for dominance americans will be waiting with their spoons at the ready. We do love our yogurt. It's the largest culture. Dairy category in sales ticked up nearly five percent during the fourth quarter last year. According to the international dairy deli bakery association manufacturers are adding probiotics for gut health and experimenting with plant based options to appeal to health conscious consumers to focus on health and wellbeing is another trend coming out of the pandemic and even though the competitions fears it's refreshing to see companies fighting to build their brands by milking. How much good they can from wondering this business worse daily. I'm your host david brown written by wind miranda produced by jessica. Musk our executive producer. Jenny lower beckmann and marshall created by hernan lopez. When you were innovating you've got to question everything. The folks at hyundai did and they completely reimagined. Every inch of the all new tucson resulting in an suv loaded with available innovations both inside and out from designed to technology to safety. Every aspect of the new tucson has been improved upon to create the best tucson ever. Led daytime running lights are stylishly hidden within the front grille making them invisible when not in use you'll be blown away by the ten and a quarter inch infotainment screen or the digital key technology. Which allows you to use.

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"$10" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"$10" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"But a gives you like a full suite of tools to control your mac from your iphone ipad and there are other apps that do this usually they install some kind of server tool on your mac. Alfred is a company developers. Somebody i trust you know. I feel like they're trustworthy. So putting in the ability to remote into my mac and turn off the screen or shut it down is something i i'm okay with through them and it's a nice looking up in. You can go further with it that i usually just use it for just what i describe. You know if. I want to turn off the screen or whatnot because my my mac is in a central location the house. I'll go to bed and realize that the screen still lit up. I can just plug my phone and turn it off with alfred and For five bucks. It's pretty nice. That would actually make sense for you with your studio relief. If you went back in the house you could go turn things off without going back out side. Yeah need to check that out. Because he's alfred as well. But i haven't played with alpha remote and years anita to revisit that yeah it's good five dollars in the utility category I've got one. That is maybe the most well known application on this list because it's one of the most well known applications from iphone users and that's widget smith. Yeah again by our friend Dave and widget smith let you make custom widgets for ios and ipad os has a bunch of different types. You have calendars and photos and time zones and on and on and on this app absolutely blew up when ios fourteen shipped with widgets. Free to use. There's a A monthly in that purchase of two bucks that you only need if you need access to things like weather information basically things that dave has to pay for but you can build almost anything in it really kicked off this customization really renaissance were saying and he's right in the middle of it. Yeah yeah which apple completely ignored with. Yeah no real changes Unfortunately but It's pretty sweet. Yeah i've got a couple here. These are also a package deal of related to shortcuts and if your engine shortcuts i would once again recommend my podcast automated with rosemary where we talk about shortcuts almost every episode but the to third party apps that i think are just really worth owning no matter how deep you want to go into shortcuts. The first one is called toolbox pro and steven mentioned it earlier and the idea behind this is the developer. Just said okay. I want to think of all the things that apple should've included in shortcuts. Cuts didn't that. I'm going to build that and like One of my frequent complaints about ios is that it's really hard to add tags two files and he has created shortcuts actions to add custom tags so like that problem solved shortcuts. Now i still think apple needs to solve it native to the but if i want to add tags shortcuts i do that with to watch pro and there's just a whole list of them in here. The app is all of six dollars. And it just like adding a swiss army knife to your Your shortcuts and there are several developers making apps like this. And i like all of them honestly. I bought them all. Shortcuts is my favorite. But i like the others too. But if you're just gonna get one. I would get to watch pro. And he's already announced that he's bringing it over to mac once shortcuts for the mac ship. So you know. That's what i like to hear. The second one is data jar. And are you familiar with his app. Stephen a little bit but not on installed a mine devices. The problem with shortcuts is that there's no permanent memory for shortcuts. I guess is easiest way to put it like. You don't have a global variable system. Like on the. Mac you can actually save data to your max drive that other apps can then access. That's the way computers work but with shortcuts. It's one time you generate data when you run the shortcut shortcuts done. It's all dumped out of memory. It's a security measure and a bunch of other things so Data jar was made to give you a permanent location where you can put at like you put your phone number or whatever and anytime you want to call that data in a shortcut you can get it out of dana jar so it's like permanent data for shortcuts sky and it's just really handy. I mean there was a bunch of ways. People were doing this with like the clipboard. In like a bunch of really like hacky ways to data jar just kind of solves. The problem again. I would really love for shortcuts to get this kind of support but now that we have drainage are which is five dollars you can use it in a right on your device so those are some shortcuts related tools but okay. They're under ten dollars. I use them all time. They made the list. Why does have Just a couple more on my list. The first is dice by peacock. Our friend james thompson. Yeah it is a dice rolling apps. If you're playing a bunch of different types of games you need and you dice. You can have all sorts of different of two side. Four side six eight up to twenty or you can customize the look and feel of them as a bunch of easter eggs including a relay. Fm mode from some jokes another podcast. This.

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"$10" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"$10" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"Monthly challenges. He's really build this out to be much more than just a step counter over the years. And i think it's pretty sweet. Yeah one more. Health related app for me is You know i. I've come public on the show just on if you notice in the last six months and just tell people have tonight and it's bugged me for years but i didn't wanna talk about on the show 'cause nobody wants to hear somebody complain about stuff but but just kind of it has kind of affected the way use my devices and one of the things i'm always doing is looking for background noise and i just really fallen in love with this. Great app called dark noise and there were. This is an example of there. Were a bunch of these niche Noisemaker apps and they all had terrible. Ui and they all were basically like the minimum viable app for noise. You click on it and you could make it play the sound of a windstorm but it that's about all you can do with it whereas dark noise is an app where you know. The developer truly is invested in the platform. You know it's got a it's got shortcut support so i can trigger noises by shortcuts. It's got you know just a beautiful interface. It's got widgets. It's got everything that apple wants. Developers do this guy does he. Just made i believe it's a catalyst version of the apps announce on the mac to and that opposite constant companion for me and you know. I play the rainstorm. I almost play. There's like one noise. I play like ninety percent of the time but it's a good sounding rainstorm. It's on the loop. I can't hear the loop on some of them like you can actually hear where the loop hits. I don't hear it on this one. So that thing is always playing and i think that's kind of health related for me so i'll recommend that one you can get a dark noise for ten bucks you know and it's on all platforms. So he brought it to the mac recently. it's a great mac out. It's really beautiful. Yeah i second everything you said. I even forget what i used to use for white noise but the ui was terrible like it was so bad and this is beautiful and it syncs with clouds if you mark noses favorite so you mix custom noises. They all sync around everywhere. You are yeah. The developers name of dark noises. Charlie chapman and he was a guest on automakers on automakers episode forty six and he did this kind of as a hobby project just to see if he could make you know an iphone app. He had no intention of blowing up the way did and it's kind of turned into a career for him and You know this is the kind of story i love to hear. You know where somebody just does something really well and they find their little their little corner. The app store and This is somebody you can feel. Good about supporting. So if you'd like to hear more about the backstory dark skills and maters forty-six up with the show notes for people. Sure i've got two more health apps. The first is actually brand new. It launched while we were preparing for this It's called Breathable it's It is really an app but the app is just in support of a widget and it shows air quality information. This thing is beautiful. You have all these options you can set the colors you can set emoji or show actual values you know moderate good average whatever it may be and if you live in a place where air quality index is important or it's important to your health a lot of the times that information is buried in like say a application but if you really want it front and center there hasn't been a really nice clean modern way to do that and breathable is Two bucks and like i said brand new cross all platforms but the widget looks great of course on the iphone. So if there's something you're looking for. I think it may really fit a need that. I'm not sure was being met in a nice way before before it showed up. I bought this as soon as i saw on your list. Because this is a concern for me. southern california's a lot of cars. And sometimes we have smog. But the where i live. That's not as much of an issue. But when we have these fires It's like a real question. Some days whether i wanna go outside and breathe or not and this is a great app and i had all the problems you described. I was trying to use like i was trying to use a tweak of Carrot weather to get air quality index. And this wasn't very good. And and another thing i like about. This app is just this trend. Were seen now where developers make really beautiful apps but they release them across all apple platforms. Like apple did it. Wdc this year. we're now getting developers with the beauty of things. Like catalysts and swifty. Y where they can come out with an app and say yeah. I'm gonna put it on the mac the ipad and the iphone and that is not something. That's a mission impossible for a small one man shop and You know we saw that with dark noise. We see with readable and and more of that police. Yes absolutely my final health pick. Here is an app that i've used for several years called the happy scale. It is a a tracking application. You know i happen to have like a a withing. Smart skellig had it forever but a lot of people. Of course don't have one of those and in fact in mind the wifi just like just doesn't work anymore. Can i get to connect to my network. So it's using as a very fancy scale with no internet connection but happy scale. Is iphone ipad app where you can basically inner your weight anytime you measure it and it builds really useful charts and graphs if you're measuring it over time all sinks with apple health and health kit and it has some pretty cool tools. If you have a a goal for your weight it can walk you towards that goal because it has all of this information every time you enter data into it..

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"$10" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"$10" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

"Coming up on five minute news. Pentagon's ten billion dollar clowns deal reversed by biden. Iran begins process of making enriched uranium metals and tropical storm elsa gaining strength. It's wednesday july seven. I'm anthony davis. Us defense department canceled. Its ten billion dollar djeddai cloud computing project on tuesday. Reversing the trump era award to microsoft an announcing. A new contract expected to include. It's big tech rival amazon. The contract awarded by the pentagon in late. Two thousand nineteen has been on hold after amazon filed a lawsuit challenging the decision under then president. Donald trump trump publicly derided then amazon. Ceo jeff bezos and repeatedly criticized the company amazon said in two thousand nineteen. The pentagon decision was full of egregious errors which it suggested were as a result of improper pressure from trump. the company cited a twenty nineteen book. That reported trump had directed the defense department to screw amazon out of the djeddai contract as recently as september. The defense department reevaluated. The contract proposals and said microsoft submission was the best under the new by that administration. The pentagon said on tuesday amazon and microsoft are the only companies that can meet the department's requirements but later noted that they are reaching out to other cloud providers in the next three months. If they also meet the government standards. The now cancelled joint. Enterprise defense infrastructure contract was budgeted for as much as ten billion dollars was part of a broader digital monetization of the pentagon aimed at making it more technologically agile. Iran has begun the process of producing enriched uranium metal. The un atomic watchdog said yesterday. A move that could help develop a nuclear weapon that three european powers said threaten talks to revive the twenty fifteen iran nuclear deal iran steps which were disclosed by the international atomic energy agency. And which tehran said were aimed developing fuel for a research reactor also drew criticism from the united states which called them an unfortunate step backwards. Us and european officials made it clear that iran's decision would complicates and potentially torpedo indirect us iranian talks seeking to bring both nations back into compliance with the two thousand fifteen deal which was abandoned by the former us. President donald trump the deal imposed curbs on iran's nuclear program to make it harder for tehran develop fissile material for nuclear weapons in return for the lifting of economic sanctions after trump withdrew. Iran began violating many of its restrictions. Theron already produced a small amount of uranium metal this year. that was not enriched. That is a breach of the deal. Which bans all work on. Uranium metal since it can be used to make the core of a nuclear bomb britain. France and germany said on tuesday they had grave concern about iran's decision which violates the nuclear deal formerly named the joint comprehensive plan of action. The national hurricane center says tropical storm elsa is strengthening and could become a hurricane before making landfall along florida's northern gulf coast. The storm is already complicated. The search for survivors in the collapse of a miami area condominium twelve days ago in addition to damaging winds and heavy rains the miami-based us national hurricane center warned of life threatening storm surges flooding and isolated tornadoes. A hurricane warning has been issued for a long stretch of coastline from edge. Mont key at the mouth of tampa bay to stein hatschi river in florida's big bend area. The tampa area is highly vulnerable to storm surge because the offshore waters and tampa bay quite shallow. Meanwhile officials overseeing the search the site of the florida condominium collapse sounded increasingly samba on tuesday about the prospects for finding anyone alive saying they had detected no new signs of life in the rubble as the death. Toll climbed to thirty six workers have been free to search a broader area. Since the unstable remaining portion of the condo building was demolished on sunday amid fears the structure could fail officials said the demolition gave rescue as access to spaces the previously closed off including bedrooms where people were believed to be sleeping at the time of.

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