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"$80" Discussed on Oil and Gas This Week Podcast

Oil and Gas This Week Podcast

04:39 min | Last month

"$80" Discussed on Oil and Gas This Week Podcast

"All trees has rain concerns amongst environmentalists. Because now the word about deportation yes. That's where it was originally without reading this article. Just because you can't do something doesn't mean it's best and quite honestly if you look just fresh water which is another huge issue in our world's facing no talks about but if you look at freshwater if you look at how many gallons of freshwater takes to produce a gallon jet fuel is miniscule. you look at. How many gallons of water it takes to produce things like ethanol for to mix of gasoline or things like biodiesel enormous in but nobody ever talks about. Those costs costs all that fresh water. So now that. I look into this article. It doesn't really say they have a surplus and they're talking about. It's the guy that that's oracle's written around. Is the director renewables at the energy ministry. So of course. That's what it is so yeah make sure people would. You're looking at solutions that their solution doesn't make the problem worse. Yeah that's a good point. Very good point all right so last article. Today's global an energy crisis is just the first in the clean power era just talked about that but this is actually a really good oracle page found literally with a lot of good numbers and a lot of simple explanations for things that are kind of complex. But like i was talking about earlier. You know here in europe especially if you've been pushing really hard to get away from fossil fuels to the point like page said earlier. California is go pan gasoline lawn wars. Which don't get me started it but if you push that too hard and you don't allow the infrastructure to adapt and grow with it. You have issues and then at some point. Somebody has to pay for stuff and as soon as you electricity. Bill doubles or soon as your cost. A heat in your house goes up by thirty or forty percent. Then it becomes an issue needed. Let the market take care of this. I've said this before people but not that long ago we thought shooting wales or fishing wheels. Harpooning whales was the right way to light our home now. We now think about that. That was ridiculous but that transition happened naturally. The markets drove that. It's the same way. If the renewable and hydrocarbon mix right the amount of hydrocarbons we used to fuel vehicles in the us and europe has been going down for twenty years but we still burke twenty million barrels a day here to make stuff out of and that's the next thing we have a shortage of page of this trend continues not only is going to be a shortage of electricity of energy articles. Talk about but pretty soon. We're run things like the resnick boats with our lipstick or or whatever else because the aren't being made that's gonna probably happen in middle the end of next year to start happening so this is a great article talking about how the governments and the politicians the world are pushes to do one thing. now there's a global fallout. What may happen. And i don't want this to happen. You may have the reverse happened where people are get so sick of pain so much money to keep their homes comfortable into fuel their cars. There were revolt against this renewable. Push that we're going. I don't want that to happen. So you actually by pushing renewables faster than the market can adapt them and people can use them. You can actually be hurting your own your own efforts right right so if you just let the market take care stuff. That's the best way to do it. Get the politicians out of something. The politicians can't really run the government much. Let's try to run the girls and little international so true the last one..

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"$80" Discussed on Oil and Gas This Week Podcast

Oil and Gas This Week Podcast

05:50 min | Last month

"$80" Discussed on Oil and Gas This Week Podcast

"Let us know. But this is our first time. I've ever done anything this size. And what we're hoping to do is not only raise money for auto l. project but when we went through one hell of interview party for you'll find me in the champagne where you can find me. But i'll be around the callings get to dress up to yeah chunky flapper. I need to get on the treadmill speaking to get on the treadmill we got a review. That i wanna read. I'll let you read incredibly generic in meaningless content. Listen to a few episodes. They all lack substance of any kind lots of thrown out buzzwords like factory model digitalization vertical integration but no actual content. No thank you. This is listed from dolts fork in from canada to stars to source. So first thing is. I'm not sure what shoot he's talking about. I don't know it's not this show now. I don't know if it's any of our shows. I mean we have a lot but this review was. I know it's a bad review and you'd think i'm trying to discount but i'm not. I just think he left review for the wrong show which may be why he. I don't remember any of those words. We don't use our wait. They were examples throwing out lots of throwing out buzzwords like factory model digitalization vertical integration. So our canadian brother or sister who wrote this number one. Thank you for leaving us a few number to check and make sure you left it for the right show all right. Let's get an in the news all right so the first one is. Wti breaks eighty dollars as oil complete. Seven weekly game new. The last time eighty dollars a barrel for wti now november of two thousand fourteen. God now everybody's excited. Hiring is picking up like crazy. There's not enough pump parts and pieces to go around but everybody got to be really careful here. This is that number of been talking about for almost two years at eighty dollars. A barrel is right. The point where we could start increase in production. We have other news with your talk about supply and demand everything but we gotta be real careful that we don't step on the gas and increase production fashion than demand is because we're gonna create another dip in the price and we don't want that happen. I'm super happy. It's eighty i knew it means money and jobs everybody i love it. I have a passion for this industry. It's great to see his back at eighty dollars a barrel. I don't want it to go higher though. And unfortunately i think it will but this is good news at least temporary here in the us and actually the rest of the world middle east russia. Although there's some geopolitics go in there it looks like the permeates picking back up my thumb on a lot of the independent producers out there. They're going wide open right now. The hitler you hire enough people so this is really good. We're eighty dollars a barrel..

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When the Price of Oil Increases, the Price of Virtually Everything Increases

Mark Levin

01:54 min | 2 months ago

When the Price of Oil Increases, the Price of Virtually Everything Increases

"U.S. crude oil price tops $80 a barrel the hyacinth 2014 West Texas intermediate crude futures topped $80 today for the first time since 2014 oil is up more than 60% for 2021 The Department of Energy is non media plans to take action to alleviate the price surge Well the Department of Energy can't do anything Except going to the emergency reserves which is not for this Now of course the administration blames the virus What would they do without the virus Oh they do that the virus They apparently don't like a free people Right They use the virus in a thousand different ways To fuel the iron fist But ladies and gentlemen you can now fill it at the pump Anybody who drives a vehicle Can not fill it at the pump but you're also going to feel it Those of us who live in cold areas during the winter When the cold weather comes but it's going to drive up the cost not just of homes and other facilities that you actually use crude oil Over natural gas but electricity Because natural gas is used to make electricity coal is used to make electricity And it's about time somebody figured that out because they see talking about getting rid of fossil fuels We get rid of fossil fuels You essentially going to get rid of most of electricity too I have an electrical car Yeah I got it Anyway so when the price of fuel increases the price of virtually everything increases

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Here’s What Charlie Thinks of Sarah Silverman’s National Divorce

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:40 min | 2 months ago

Here’s What Charlie Thinks of Sarah Silverman’s National Divorce

"People are saying charlie. I saw clip. Sarah silverman asking whether or not we should separate as a nation. What are your thoughts. I do have some very. Let's say clear thoughts on sarah silverman in general okay. Sarah silverman basically calls for a divorce a national divorce. We have said on this program for quite some time that unfortunately the way things are headed. We are heading for a national divorce. If we are not able to unify our forces and now sarah silverman who supposed to be a comedian of really never heard her saying anything. Funny as this assay play tape select. Why don't we just finally just realize that this these states aren't working and like divide up until like two or three countries of the usa one in usa to and will be allies. And you'll come over here and we'll go over there and you know when you come to certain many times when you go to a different country. You have to get a vaccine. Now she's coming under a lot of backlash for what she said. But it's not entirely dumb because that's actually where people are headed because we actually are living in that country right now. When i go to los angeles when i go to san francisco. It's a completely different experience then living in arizona. I don't want it to be that way. I'd love to see unification and people coming together. But basically what she's saying is like i don't wanna live with people like charlie kirk or conservatives. Just kick them out of the country. We'll have our own way to do things. We'll just kind of figure it out ourselves.

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"$80" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:54 min | 2 months ago

"$80" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"$80 billion in new issuance over the course of a short week. A round table of sunny Beschloss of Rock Creek and Rick Rieder BlackRock have stayed with us. So Rick at what point do we get nervous that companies are buying this much money? You know, David, I think quite frankly, if you said to me, what are the top stories the week I actually think the amount of digestion of product was extraordinary amount of investment grade credit supply That's coming to market, You know, roughly 150 billion This month. The amount of high yields by that's coming to the market that just keeps breaking records amount of Treasury supply that keeps breaking records. By the way equity supply. It's right. Porter puts into perspective, by which one the irony of, you know, keep talking about this affect going to taper 15 to 20 month of Treasurys. We're getting 100 and 50 Billion of investment rates apply, but the market Has an incredible receptivity to all this paper. And it's because I think people underestimate the a, the demographic condition that were in the liquidity condition where in and it's actually not enough assets for pension funds for insurance companies for international investors at the right yield today as part of my talk all quite a bit about the crowding out dynamic of central banks. There is extraordinary advantage. The interesting thing this week you saw the pulled back. As you said earlier on, they're buying. What did rates due rates moderately rallied on the back side of it. We don't need that additional buying the system can absorb amazing amounts of product. And we're in a unique point in time. That is not going to go away tomorrow. So anyway, I talked about the biggest biggest story the week is just watching all of this product. I guess we were. You know, I think I think a lot of investors like ourselves have built up cash. Anticipating the supply that's coming and what you saw that paper getting absorbed readily across markets this week, so as soon as you know so well, I get nervous when we say it's different this time. I mean, normally, I think when companies are borrowing that much money to balance, she really gets skewed. And there's a piper to pay somewhere down the road. Am I wrong? Is the world different in part because of the demographic reasons that Rick just identified. Certainly the interest rates are low, but should we be concerned as you invest in companies? Do you take a hard look at the balance sheet certainly are looking at, uh, credit rating companies more and more and more as we're going along and looking at, you know, the higher end more and more for the very reason that you just said David Them two things that obviously you know if you have such cheap money right now, and there is an expectation of rates going up no question that companies are going to raise rates bond issues, whether they needed immediately, whether they don't. They're going to do it right now. The other thing that is interesting and we saw also with Verizon and Walmart was that they're also increasing their issues of SG and green bonds. And those actually have higher yields, which surprised us, But that was also an interesting factor given the amount and that also got absorbed very, very quickly and easily. So I think I agree very much. Also, with what week is saying liquidity is enormous in the market, and people are looking for assets across the board, bonds, equities real assets, Uh and so that is pushing people towards towards whatever size bond issues are going. Out there getting absorbed even faster in terms of concern. I think no question that you have to start looking at the quality of companies compared to You know, in the beginning of this cycle, or, you know, beginning of the liquidity jump, and um and I think everyone is doing that right now, so we can't want to come back to inflation. Maybe we talked about it too much on this program, but I want to come back again. Ken Rogoff from Harvard, wrote a piece this week, he said, We should be a little bit nervous because with all this leverage coming in, it might limit the optionality of fed if they do need to react to inflation. Because if they start raising rates, it's really going to cause mischief. Are you concerned about that? Is that limit the options available to fed? I mean, part of why I think there's a really tricky thing at the fun part of why I think they need to start moving. I think they do need to need to build in some optionality Listen, interest rates are going to stay low for a really long time. You know, I think you know you are getting more inflation working its way another system. I think I don't really think in place is going to create tremendous stress. However, I don't think we should eat, overdo it on monitor on monetary policy. But I think the fact needs to be thoughtful about think about, you know the tail winds. We talked about it in the economy today from all the monetary policy stimulus, all the fiscal policy stimulus, and we're going to get more debate size to get more fiscal policy similares anything about cash on hand that companies The wherewithal for them to spend. Defense in a tricky spot, if you you know, when we look at the next Fed meeting, and you look at their expectations of their interest rates are going to be 2023 2024 the expectations that they're going to be raising rates in 2023 24 now is when you have the tailwind, the economy could very well slow two years since and then you're going to be in a position which, gosh, then we've got to raise rates when we don't have those series of catalysts driving economic growth, so Portable..

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"$80" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

02:50 min | 3 months ago

"$80" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

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"$80" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

04:20 min | 3 months ago

"$80" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"Is is ceos. Look at it as as blockchain as a tool to facilitate their business. I haven't seen that ternary at. It's still an investment for many of them. It's not it's not a technology that can make their businesses better yet. I think there's some forward leaning people probably embiid companies that think that but i haven't seen a kind of get to that. Co crowd yet. But i think that's the next step. I i'd be surprised new year from now we're not talking about both as an investment or alternative to the. Us dollar were actually technology as blockchain technology that can can can change the way we do business. What do you think about. Like the public micro strategy obviously is like the the big one. But even tesla square. And there's a whole bunch of crypto bitcoin miners etc cryptovest companies coin base etcetera who've actually put this on the balance sheet right. You ran very large company. Like is that insane like in terms of like that that kind of public market audience of the big banks and the fortune fifty ceos or is it more. So there's gonna be some that start out there. The early wants to do it but like eventually five ten years from now you could see you know. Maybe not every single company but a large portion of companies. Actually doing it. Yeah i think it's a bit gimmicky today I think if you're a company and you put up bitcoin on your balance sheet because you trade him. Bitcoin you're square. You're facilitating transactions. I i can get my mind around that. Make sense to me if you're tesla. I think you're just dealing moss playing a game and you know. He's played the game well and he's moved the market. Right you know. Micra strategy is kind of defined their company in their valuations in part based on. Or at least. I think in large part based on your so. They are basically in all tournament vast weight. Invest in bitcoin. So that's worked for them But you know that few and far between are going to be able to become that kind of company right. The tesla one is the one. I scratch my head the most because it doesn't doesn't change their business model. I mean they are technology slash car company right in and their secret. Sauce should be about fuel cells batteries right none like they should be the best in the world doing that. It feels like bitcoin for them is Is a distraction from perhaps invest conversation..

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"$80" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

03:03 min | 3 months ago

"$80" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"Then the blockchain technology in of itself i thought was fascinating In terms of being able to facilitate transactions or were contracts or change the way we think about you know managing intellectual property And other things like that because always been fascinated intellectual property And so those were the two to kind of angles. Came at the world crypto. Really trying to understand and and figure out if it's worthy of investment. Obviously how i met you is and then i tried to network myself among the best of the best and and try to learn as any nuggets that fell to the floor that i could try to try to learn more about. And i'm still doing that. you know. i'm just at the beginning of the journey. You in what. I'll call social circle either professionally or socially Obviously know tons of of banks people who run fortune fifty four hundred fortune five hundred companies And then also some of the most successful startups as well. What is the conversation like with. Maybe the people who aren't in bitcoin or cryptocurrencies but People would know who they are right it. It seems like there's actually much more appetite and participation may be people understand in those circles. Yeah it's interesting. i. I've seen a sea change in the last year. I mean really noticeable dramatic change in attitudes and perceptions of crypto currency in the last year among the my peer group. Or the people. I hang out with Which is as almost described You know i would say two three years ago. They would have thought of it as a bit of a fringe investment. There bunch of wacky tech people who who think this is a good idea. And today i think. I don't think anybody debates whether or not it's a legitimate investment opportunity the utility of it. How long it will last where it will go. I think a store open to debate by by that group but no one doesn't see it as being real and here to stay right Now you know there. I think among this. Perhaps i guess morse applauding crowd to regulated environments and other things. They're still concerned about what could happen. From a regulatory framework but. I don't think anybody thinks that it's going to disappear. But that the government's gonna step in china and say we're gonna have our own you know Currency and we're gonna we're gonna make the dollar crypto currency. I don't. I don't think anybody worries about that. But the taxed how it's held you know some of the security is there. Is there more regulation. There probably will be just as it becomes a bigger asset class. It's it probably is a good thing. I don't know. I think you believe that as well. I'd rather have regulated into mainstream than than unregulated in the wild west. But i think i think it's. It's become fairly legitimate topic now..

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"$80" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

04:32 min | 3 months ago

"$80" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"The deal is the gm the management capability to take. You know double the size of your business overnight and integrate that business into your business right and and that's complicated. It's a lot of additional work. You still have to make your sales numbers. You still have to do your customer service. You still have to you know. Put out your financial report so things. Don't stop because you do the additional work on top of of your day job if you will and so you need to make sure you have the management depth capability and talent to take on a deal right or at least know where your vulnerabilities are to know. You need to bring in additional talent to do a deal so that's one from there than it. It really comes down to is. Does the deal make strategic logic right. If i can't get past the elevator speech explaining to you know someone an investor or an analyst or someone who are company in thirty seconds. Why i think this is a good idea than i shouldn't be doing this deal right the now. The long winded version of that may take slides and to do. But if i can't tell you in thirty seconds you know why. I wanted to do this deal. And it doesn't make sense to nine out of ten people than probably should be rethinking whether or not you should be doing the deal. So that's kind of step one. Step two then his financial logic. Can you explain financially. Is it a creative. Top line is at creative growth. Is it accretive to earnings. Why are you doing this deal. Is this just a pure investment. Because three years this is going to be the new market that you need to be at. You need to understand the financial implication so if you have the management talent yeah the strategic logic and then you have the financial discipline than than you do a deal. Yeah and it feels like a lot of the deals in the space that you're specifically looking at There is both right. You get the technology. Plus you get the financial Kind of booster or gainer serving call it whereas in some of these other industries. Let's say you know there's a big focus right now on like small business almost like private equity so people are going in buying With somebody recent come podcast. They're buying everything from literal physical like mailbox rooms. So you know you post office but Kind of your local version all the way to laundry mats etc. They're not buying technology. They're not buying a team in most cases they're buying pure profit right and they're saying hey look. This is the prophet viral. A bunch of these than i've got an attractive economic return. You have a more nuanced kind of analysis to make because sometimes you may not buying profit. You know profit sharing buying technology. You're buying a team. So is there a ranking or like a framework you.

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"$80" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

05:26 min | 3 months ago

"$80" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"We're doing this hostile. Takeover eventually goes to a proxy vote. And if you're the person who's hostile takeover attempt it is are you allowed to vote your own shares. Which he had bought yet he had bought in conjunction with the hostile was really valiant What was so unusual about this case. I'm probably oversimplifying was was bill. Ackman in pershing were like trying to be rocket fuel to the valley hostile takeover usually a hostile takeover one company versus another company usually don't have a hedge fund kind of in the middle putting rocket fuel on it and so they were trying to argue that that he had committed insider trading and therefore those shares shouldn't be Allowed to to to to be used in the in the in the proxy battle anyway long story short. I'm sitting in my office. I had cnbc on in the in the corner. And i saw that kind of breaking news across the bottom. It says judge rules. Pershing square can vote their shares in in in the proxy battle. I'm going to tell you if it was thirty seconds it was a longtime. My phone rang and it was the sea of allergan really. Hey we need your health so literally. It came down to that judge's decision. Judge says okay blackman you can go ahead and vote your shares here and then pretty much. The ceo new game set match the things over because they've got the votes. Yeah so what we did is and from that moment. He called me. Hung up the phone. We mobilized a team. And i think it was ten or eleven days. give or take. I had a deal done. Signed an announced and embiid allergan and wall. They're trying to conduct this hostile takeover. How do you basically provide that like white knight situation. Are you coming in and offering more or you offer more okay But i also to get the financial resources to offer more. It was Gosh i think it was. I forget the exact number. But i'm going to say i had to come up with sixty billion dollars and so wasn't it wasn't a small amount of money so when you're sitting there he calls you know that. Hey this is going to be like sixty nine. I had been tracking it. And i am thinking about if he ever call me. If ever came to that. How would i do it. So i'd i'd been working with banks. Jp morgan with my lead bank. Remember very very specifically. I said all right. We gotta figure out how we're gonna do this. We're going to use our stock. We're going to take out some debt and then we're gonna have to sell some kind of convertible note or convertible equity in the public markets And so the public markets can have to like this deal. It's going to have to be something we can get a lot of people excited about And then i needed to give our game. Because it was a hostile thing. I had to give the allergen shareholders and the elegant board. The legacy allergy board certainty. I needed a bridge loan. And i needed kosh. What'd i need a bridge loan for i. It was a ridiculous amount of money. I wanna say like thirty some billion dollars..

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"$80" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

03:51 min | 3 months ago

"$80" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"I'm not naive to say it was divorce of politics But i do think that the data around these vaccines is is significant and the risk benefit is clear as day. You know we're talking about vaccines. Now that have been administered to billions of people. I mean the data set. We have on these vaccines as robust as any medicine. Anybody's taking at this point. So i know it seems like it went through very quickly. I know it seems like these drugs. Were these vaccines were developed. And and people are scared of him. And i understand that. But there is a tremendous amount of data on this versus many madison's that people probably take otherwise And you know they're probably many people who are afraid of the vaccine who take antibiotics on a regular basis antibiotics. Are you know in most cases much more. Dangerous medicines from a risk benefit perspective than than these vaccines. And so you know. I think it's like anything else. You have to just educate yourself in and kind of understand what else you take and and what else you do because you probably doing many things. That are riskier than than the vaccine. And yet you're probably afraid of the vaccine still win. And i get it. I'm not trying to to to minimize people's fears but it's You got me scared to advil tylenol. Now well. I don't think that you should be anytime you take medicine. You should really think about. Do i need it you know. It is going to help me because there is an adverse consequence of taking it when you were running allergen You said that you did about two hundred. Fifty billion dollars of emanate volume. Both buying and selling walk me through kind of what were those acquisitions or when would you decide to sell things kind of just. What did was there. A framework that you were using in terms of trying to use that as like a growth mechanism. yes so I talked to you about some of the bigger deals to probably the one or two of the most interesting was actually buying allergen..

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"$80" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

05:54 min | 3 months ago

"$80" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"In separate so brent. I hope you guys enjoy this one. Anthony pump lonzo runs pomp investments. All views of him and the guests on his podcast our show their opinions and do not reflect the opinions of pomp investments. You should not treat any opinion expressed by pomp or his guests as specific inducement to make up particular investment or follow a particular shady but only as an expression of his personal opinion this podcast for informational purposes. Only all right is bang bang. I've got brent here with me. Thank you for doing this. Yeah it's pleasure be here you have a fascinating story. You built One of the largest companies in the world and you sold it for tens of billions of dollars but those in silicon valley probably heard of the company. Have no clue how this happened. So we're gonna pack that but maybe before we do that. What did you do before allegation. Like what was your background. And how'd you get into this space. Yes i was. One of those. Like drifters i had. I had no idea what i wanted to be. And i tried a couple of different things. I went to law school Hated being a lawyer. went back and got a business degree Did consulting. I was a partner price waterhouse consulting Worked in hospitals worked in managed care kind of gravitated towards healthcare and Got my break in the Late ninety s with a company called sharing plow and the first real business i ever ran was Consumer health products so brands like claritin doctor. Sholls and coppertone some fun brands around the world and Was turn that into a fairly successful business venture and just kept going. How important was it to have the consulting background. I think that especially in like silicon valley. The consultants usually get catch. A bunch of flack and everyone's guy. Yeah of course you you're consultant but it does feel like you pick up pretty important skill sets whether it's the presentation skills the financial shops etc. Like how do you think that had an impact on actually running the business eventually. Yeah you know. I actually when i think about it i would say it was probably the most valuable learning experience i had five years. I spent consulting. Probably i grew professionally more doing that than anything else i ever did. And i think a lot of it has to do with you had I had exposure to so many different issues. And i got to to have exposure to so many different companies At very senior levels many times making presentations or working with ceo's board of directors or heads of big business units and. So at a very young age. I've got a tremendous exposure to to how businesses worked on. What their problems were how to fix them. and how to to get things done in in big companies and that was i think Probably the most valuable experience. I had as a as a young professional kind of working my way up. Yeah it almost feels like there's a saying in my dad. Just tell me all the time. He's like you know you can go work somewhere for ten years and ten years of experience or you can work for ten years to get to years of experience five times as a consultant. Because you're going into so many different businesses. You're you're kind of constantly changing. You must get like more wraps than you would work in that same five years at one organization. Do the same job i think. That's one hundred percent correct. And i think your dad's expression is is accurate in this case because i think that's what happens to be able to get into a write in a job and they don't push themselves or they're not challenged enough by the organization that worked for to take on different things. I've always had this view of take on the next assignment. Find the next challenge..

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"$80" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

15:18 min | 3 months ago

"$80" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

"Acquisition company spic specs and told them about the milan. The podcast because they have been the Investment choice du jour for the last eighteen months. Well according to the verge. The draw will initially remained confidential. Although bloomberg has reported radio is seeking that's huge valuation. The ipo date. Well when could that be expected to be some time before the end of this year when it does happen riviere will add to the fundraising war chest. That's already over ten billion dollars in that checking account. That's always a nice frankel to get from the bank manager. Hey ten billion sitting here oh yes. We'll just take the interest on that plays big news. Those like to invest in the world of electric vehicles and interesting. They're doing a proper. Ipo didn't do what fisker did or lucid. Or any of those companies. I've the last eighteen months that have done a spike isn't a way to dodge anything but it is. You know it's a company that is set up people buy shares in its job within three years is to go and find another company to reverse merge with and then you know the initial companies already public so then the new company becomes public. The new merged company and therefore avoids. Some of the scrutiny. And i'll say that a derogatory way but it avoids that roadshow process that ipo entails. And so interesting that ravina going down that route and looking for well a massive massive return on the investment of the likes of amazon and the likes of ford they will end up with a huge stake in a huge company if indeed riven is valued eighty billion dollars more than one of their investors which is ford so forward would make significantly more money by investing in a startup. ev mak- the so far delivered zero customer vehicles in the in the i one s then four dubai employing hundreds of thousands of people and making millions of cars every year say world. We live in next. We'll talk about tesla and the diagnostic. Software is now available for purchase in the us. tesla quietly debuted a self service subscriptions. That could help. Their owners work on their own vehicles. The service subscriptions could pave the way for tesla to allow owners to even repair their own cows. According to tesla dot com the first subscription is the service and repair information package that gives his access to manuals. Tooling catalogs wiring diagrams. Another pertinent documents owners had access to these documents previously according to the tesla kind of white hat hacker green the only now the second subscription. These new gives tessler access to the company's diagnostic software. Green on twitter noted. The tesla's diagnostic. Software was not available to us owners until now has been already available to owners in europe in december. Twenty twenty tesla gave european has access to their vehicles toolbox feature granting them access to the diagnostics and some software. We do have some different right to repair rules. I've had with the european lawmakers. Staying in europe tesla is taking over norway. Tesla's recent events in norway have been a groundbreaking is how clean technica describe this. One tesla shipped one thousand three hundred model wise to know why as it began deliveries to europe. In the month of august it turns out. These model wise was directly from giga shanghai in ton all of these tesla made in china model wise of the long range variants standard range. No performance versions tesla model y therefore becomes the number one av and the number one vehicle in the month of august in the country of norway. Amazing just the way. The tesla do that shipping and It's not a consistent flow of vehicles until they're going to be made in giga lynn. So some months that absolutely nowhere in some months number one top of the pops in the charts tesla also talking of giga berlin facing a public consultation is the third public participation in the approval. Procedures for tesla's giga berlin. The factory nah couldn't hide three hundred and ninety five. New objectives have raised objections to the planned. Gigafactory and new public hearing. Is that full going to be necessary now. The brandenburg state office for the environment has decided to shed. Shedule another haring to discuss these new objections. The dates and time we'll play. We'll be on line as a high number of objections and the current corona vase regulations could possibly be dangerous getting everyone in the same town hole. It'll happen online but it won't be happening in a kind of big zoom cole. Where each of those three hundred ninety five people. Some who have concerns. I've a water usage. Something have concerns iva Waste removal etc. They won't have their day. It's going to be conducted online. But i think offline if that makes sense as in they won't be that same experience of being able to stand up and say your piece. You've submitted your complaint your objection online and then it will be considered. The process says according to electric dot com thirteenth of september is possible date so a couple of weeks away however discussions could start earlier but then it could take a longer period of time. Possibly several weeks. I'm sure tesla fines and tesla stuff finding it increasingly frustrating. But it was never gonna be as easy in germany as it has been in china if the regulators the authorities the government ultimately if they are all moving in one direction and the happens to be the direction. You're moving in. Well you're in luck because doors will be opened in europe in germany suddenly. Oh they love a good process. I was never going to be held up in the coals for five or ten years but it was always going to be longer than that fast strike process not does the builders in china or any more skilled just because of the process hopefully by the end of the year we got those cows being made on the european continent which in theory will help supply in theory could help prices as well. People are always so surprised. I tell them how much tesla coasts here in the uk. Yeah right we had twenty percent. Vat and then we add ten percent import tax on top of that new total. So it's really expensive to buy a tesla. it's also. there's a long time to wait to get one. It's why use tesla's that a six months old on several thousand miles can sell for more than a brand new one. Yeah right coming up very saying we will talk about. I knew very. Big battery plugging hybrid. Bmw and very small trade m. g. s. stick around. Now let's talk about g. Li the chinese company geely and the av brand zeka raising money. Five hundred million dollars in that first external funding. You hit that. I'm jay because they own post up. Volvo and zeka is an electric vehicle brand which julia launched saying today that they've raised five hundred million dollars in that first external funding from investors including intel the battery maker's cat l. And others the company Makes the zeka. Aa one is the Model which is might in the eastern city of ningbo and we'll start delivering later this year and by the middle of the decade. Their plan is to make six hundred and fifty thousand over them while. Companies globally a working more with tech companies battery maker's mining firms to develop teacher products them secure the supply of components made a shifts towards. Ev so it's not surprising to me. That the ev startup brand from the logic company jelly would be invested in by the likes of tech companies etc and battery companies. Now let's talk about very big battery plugin hybrid. It's been awhile since we spent any time with. Bmw's plug in hybrid. The x five says ars technica since then they replace the x five with an all new model the x five x strive forty-five they say that in addition to the bigger battery Which is the significant up date you get day-to-day driving range from the twenty four kilowatt hour. Pack that's gross by the way. I'm not sure what it is usable. It'll be around Seventeen eighteen kilowatt hours. I would think but still twenty four twenty four hours. Gross is really good on a plug in hybrid echo. This is a big bmw suv. So it's going to not go as far as doing a smaller car. But it doesn't endow the x five x drive forty five a to give it his full name with an epa range of fifty kilometers. Study one miles on battery power loan at some cold weather and some adverse conditions. And you'll probably you go down by about a third. you can go. Electric only mode eighty four miles an hour. That's a hundred and thirty five. K b h rather than seventy five miles an hour or one hundred twenty k. Ph improvement their little little bump with a bigger battery size as well. I'll public in the show. Notes dot com. If you want to find out more but how about small trees maybe they the answer to help reduce the cost of the mg zelda's ev. There's a new one coming with a smaller battery. A government document in india revealed. The tv has a forty kilowatt hour battery. Pack offered soon. That's only about ten percent smaller pack than the existing one and it looks like he's going to be an india as well. The three mass-market vs on sale in india of the tar nixon the hyundai kona electric and the geez at as the nixon is the most affordable. It's possible the mg could just replace the current version with more affordable smaller battery pack rather than added to the lineup. Should that spe the case. Well it would bring the cost of the tv down and that would hopefully boost sales next. We'll talk audi and that new electrification strategy for the end of combustion audi has revealed that new electrification strategy. When you a lot of this already. But they've kind of packaged up and given a shiny rapper. It's voice blunt. Twenty thirty or whatever. Twenty thirty is in german which has also spelt the end of its combustion-powered chapter. We knew this already from the various individuals statements. They've made this plan will put out on the path to being a sustainable social and tech leader by the end of the decade. They say the combustion engine must give way to a fully electric lineup at audi according to stuff website which will begin in earnest in twenty twenty six after that time audi will only launch new pure electric models. So there's a model outright now there's going to be more combustion versions of it. I'm sure they'll be a new version of the writing etc. Pay attention to the the fossil bits. But there'll be new ones bay times of new models being developed. Nothing new off to twenty twenty six. We'll ever be announced again. Audi is a new car unless it is pure electric. And they use that phrase pure electrics as good dodging you know behind the electrified word. Which always is a saas. Let's talk about. Ev charging build out it is at an inflection point. According to an official from simmons in a major acceleration of its ev charging station business in the united states siemens is going to produce more than one million av charges for. Us homes and businesses over the next four years until the middle of the decade according to the german engineering giant says espy global dot com. Simmons based decision to expand its. Ev charging business in the us on the prospect of significant public funding for charging infrastructure through pending federal legislation a massive transition among logistics companies and fleet operators to eve and the need for charging to catch up with the pace of sales According to siemens and so making a big investment that trying to read the tea leaves a little bit. I mean look. It's not the biggest bet in the world. Is you know making the bet visa coming. Well evenings a here saying that charging stations need to catch up with the pace of e sales. Well i guess you know if you have a cuba adjudging station. You would agree with that statement. I think there's lots of charges out there. That are faster than many of the touching on them and if through that lens you could say that. The ev charging network is actually ahead of the cars. There's lots of eight hundred volt systems out there and three hundred and fifty kilowatt charges that are just being used by slow old four hundred volts. Ev's which one of them so. I'm not complaining But so. I guess i'm not because my zoe on each on a the so i never do block. Dc fast charger but sir. Three hundred fifty kilowatts dc false charges. If they have the third tethered aco lead or even many of them. You bring your own cable and you can often plug into the side and take twenty kilowatts. Ac from dc. I john and it still means that somebody else can their obviously often duel charges and one kind of realizes that uneven because even the same hardware means doesn't mean that the operating network that cpi has enabled that correct me. If i'm wrong. And i could just send the press office a question and maybe i will but in the uk the grits network they using the ab tara chart knocks tara. T. the terror charges. They've often go a there. Are the deal head. Ccs or the jewel had one ccs one chatham on and i know the hard wax. I've read the spec sheets of while ago on the hardware will charge to 'cause at once. As far as i know great serve don't do that is not changed enabled it. I should ask them the question unless you can tell me because you've tried it. Sent me an email palo at evening. News daily dot com question of the week with e mobility norway dot com returns on sunday. Not long now. Stick around. Well like very much to everyone on. Patriot arrived. Produces exempt produces heartless and of course our premium pomace. I'd thank you to feel. Robots have electric future. Brad crosby porsche of the village in cincinnati saudi of cincinnati east volvo cars of cincinnati east national car charging on the us mainland behind aloha charge in hawaii derek. Reilly he runs the ev review island youtube channel. Growing a right of knots. He's making so many videos than how he does. It and richard. Irs ev dot cut it uk. They should be number one choice for buying and selling vs in the uk window. Shopping and immobility norway dot com began and the team have a good cinema and remember. There's no such thing as a self judging hybrid..

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"$80" Discussed on Ringer Dish

Ringer Dish

02:12 min | 3 months ago

"$80" Discussed on Ringer Dish

"I don't know exactly where but probably brooklyn heights. But i know near matt damon. He famously rasta crane in order to get the furniture in the house. Yeah i mean. I would i would. I would go. New york. Cape cod london south of france. And i would i think i probably still be eight five million. Okay wow i think that all sounds great. Thank you to beach houses to city homes. Wow how much time are you spend it. it's like. I can't even wrap by head around some point even as you were talking about like so i can't see you go ago over twenty billion. I just like if i had water. Do a spit take about how you imagine living that. And meanwhile the anxiety of like all the things that could be happening or various homes while you're not there to take care of it is so intense but again these people are so rich. They don't deal with anything themselves. Meanwhile all of this just for one home in los angeles can't even yeah and like jennifer lopez. How many days a year are you home in a non cova. Dear i dunno. It's a great question dot that many. Okay vegas all the time two. Oh is she doing a residency. That official i mean it makes one. Yeah it was a planet. Hollywood if i were j. lo and i had an eighty five million dollar home one of my main like quote unquote luxuries. Everything her life is luxury but would be fresh flowers and every room delivered like every five days. Yeah that sounds great. In a chef right mind would be facials on a weekly basis. That sounds nice. It sounds really great especially given that that seems like a real postcode thing but yeah daretodream ultimately became about the ways in which we were trying to imagine ourselves living like celebrities and have some mental roadblocks which is ultimately a good thing. If i were not that's why we're not using instagram's dating yes regular baby pictures just like us. Thank you so much. Eric von days for producing this episode. And we'll be back next..

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Why Do We Make Assumptions?

Mindset for Life

01:40 min | 4 months ago

Why Do We Make Assumptions?

"Welcome to the mind. Set for life podcast. Today this is bethany hansen. And i am so glad you are here. We're gonna talk about assumptions today. Have you ever had someone really let you down or expect something of you that you just had no idea about likely that was because a there was poor communication but the there were some assumptions. Either you had an assumption about the other person or they had an assumption about you and that wasn't communicated enough. I've talked for a few weeks now on the mind set for life. Podcast about the ladder of inference. I've never mentioned the letter of inference. So if you listened to episodes seventy eight and seventy nine you're not gonna hear me mention it but that is exactly what i'm talking about. The ladder of inference is this tool. That really tells us what we are thinking. It's interesting because when we think in sort of these steps are brain just flies through it. We don't even realize we're doing it. But the ladder of inference gives us sort of a structure to which we can then slow down think about it and realize where we went wrong in our thinking or where someone else went wrong in their thinking at where we need to fill in the blanks. The crazy thing is a lot of the thoughts in our own ladder of inference. Come from our younger life like our childhood or our youth. We have some experiences as we're growing up or as were young in the world and we draw a conclusion based on those experiences

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Trump's Political Organization Builds War Chest Topping $100 Million

WBZ Morning News

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

Trump's Political Organization Builds War Chest Topping $100 Million

"Former President Donald Trump apparently has plenty of money for a possible future run for office. Will he or won't he? Former President Trump reportedly has a war chest of more than $102 million to use in the event. He takes another crack at the White House. Trump is not confirmed whether he'll run in 2024, but new disclosure reports filed Saturday night shows political action committees are swimming in cash after bringing in more than $80 million The first six months of 2021. The money will also come in handy in the midterm elections in 2022, where Trump could pump tens of millions of dollars into GOP candidates looking to take back the House and Senate from

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'Black Widow' Sets Pandemic Record With $80 Million in Theaters

TED Radio Hour

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

'Black Widow' Sets Pandemic Record With $80 Million in Theaters

"Black widow is lighting up movie box offices this weekend. NPR's Bob Mondello has more getting black widow into theaters took forever originally set to open in May of 2020. The film's premiere was pushed by the pandemic first to September than to May of this year. And finally to this weekend plan, or shall I just stay? Duck and cover? My plan was to drive us away. A real plan sucks. But all the waiting has paid off. Between Thursday previews and Friday's opening day, the film has taken in almost $40 million, which should translate to about $90 million for the full weekend. That's not huge for a Marvel movie. It's a record for the pandemic, and it's led to another record the first weekend in 16 months where the box Office for all films will top 125 million industry. Sighs of relief would probably be audible if not for black widows on screen explosions.

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Intermittent Fasting is Kind of Complicated

Who Cares About Men's Health?

02:14 min | 5 months ago

Intermittent Fasting is Kind of Complicated

"Time restricted eating. Tell me your definition of that. The concept of it is that that we are that the digestive system is more than just a food tube and that one of the key factors in health is digesting your food and getting your nutrients into cells And that that happens with with the chemical primarily called insulin and that insulin is one of the key drivers that help helps us use the nutrition from our gut so new. Insulin is very important. Obviously if you know anybody who has diabetes especially type one diabetes type one diabetes. Is the kind that children get. They don't have insulin and they can get very sick for the more common type of diabetes which has type two. You actually have too much. Insulin and your body starts to get insulin resistance. And so one theory that has been popularized. Is that not only do. We need the right nutrition but by timing it with insulin and giving our body arrest from food and arrest from nutrition from the insulin. We actually can boost health and boots boost vitality. The different take on it than thunder has when we talked to thunder. It's primarily more about kind of i think weight management. You know losing some weight or maintaining your weight. So that's that's fascinating that actually impact your health as well so is time restricted eating something that everybody should be doing. No idea behind time restricted eating From my from my point of view is primarily ran insulin and storing and getting into that storage mode and when we eat foods that are high in carbohydrates we tend to secrete insulin. And then we go into the storage mode for nutrition and that theory behind that Back in high school biology. We learned that the brain was the that helped drive the body. We had this nutrition tube that help us digest food and that we had fat and fat was a storage vehicle.

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Best Covers of Bob Dylan Songs

Rolling Stone Music Now

01:41 min | 6 months ago

Best Covers of Bob Dylan Songs

"It is an opportunity to reflect upon all that bob dole has given us and he's he's given us a lot. Maybe we start by taking a look at this list that we at rolling stone released this week to celebrate the birthday and it was the eighty greatest covers of bob dylan songs and let's start with argument ranked very high on. That list is knocking on heaven's door by guns and roses. And certainly when i was in high school i thought that absolutely ruled. I don't know. I don't know if it's great horrible. Bob apparently hated it when he was asked about it. He said something very interesting about guns and roses basically suggested that they were fake. Which i don't agree with him on but he was not a fan of it. which isn't unsurprising. I just don't know if it's good or ridiculous. I i can't decide what we're we're obviously. We institutionally landed on great. Since it's like number seven and list but what do we think beyond. I sort of scratch my head a little bit at that one to being so high up on the list you know. I think it's also a case. Where in bob's original of that. Most of his originals are hard to top. That one secure. Bob's original is so it's so kind of ghostly powerful in high always found two guns and roses Screeching and so yeah. I wish they'd been a little lower on the list myself. I say yeah. If you look at the guns and roses songs where they covered nineteen seventy-three soundtrack classics. It's the worst live on. That dies much much. Better for nineteen seventy-three psych soundtrack. Song by guns and

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Around the World in 80 Plants With Jon Drori

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

01:40 min | 6 months ago

Around the World in 80 Plants With Jon Drori

"So you describe. The new book is of individual plant species intertwining plant science with human stories history culture and folklore. What research must have gone into this work. I think i probably started my research without realizing. When i was about nine and i i grew up living near the botanic gardens q. And my parents used to take. My brother. May around and joining us. Along with christmas with sweet treats and whatnot but also with stories about the the individual plants. And i think that's probably where my research started. I remember vividly. Actually my my father taking an opium poppy and some slicing the the seed pod and a little drop of latex comey me said gonna have a lick remember so drop of opium latex on my tongue which just made it go ever ever so slightly now for for a moment. I already felt anything i remember. The the sort of the person who's jaw dropped was actually my teacher. When i told her and i think they sent her to social workers he talks my momma odier more more recently and i ended up on the on the board of the gardens q. And and i think. I was there actually. Because of my satanical background education outreach experience not had the bbc and so on and it was while. I was there that i really learned an enormous amount about botany from being surrounded by

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God's Gracious Deliverance (Psalm 80:19)

Pray the Word with David Platt

02:00 min | 6 months ago

God's Gracious Deliverance (Psalm 80:19)

"So i'm chapter eighty verse nineteen restore us o lord. God of hosts. Let your face shine that. We may be saved now. This verse is repeated. Multiple times in psalm chapter eighty for three says restore us. Oh god let your face shine that we may be saved for seven restore us. Oh god of hosts let your face shine that we may be saved verse fourteen. Not the exact same language very similar. Turn again god host look down from heaven and see and then what i read at the beginning the last verse in the song restore us. Oh lord god of hosts let your face shine that we may be saved and in that repetition obviously whenever we are reading through scripture and we see a phrase or a word reverse even like we see here repeated multiple times. Were getting a pretty clear clue from the holy spirit as to the theme of the chapter of what god is saying in his word at this point and the takeaway that we need in our lives from it and the whole picture here and som- chapter eighty is a picture of our need for god's face to shine upon us just think about that imagery in this psalm for the face of god to shine upon us. What does that mean. Well obviously based on the context of this passage the fact that it says let your face shine that we may be saved that we may be saved. Let your face shine that we may be saved. It's a picture of god's saving his people of god providing for his people

The 80/80 Relationship Model With Nate and Kaley Klemp

The Psych Central Show

02:07 min | 7 months ago

The 80/80 Relationship Model With Nate and Kaley Klemp

"Why eighty eighty basically. The eighty is to answer the main questions that modern couples are asking. How do we stay equals and being love that we sort of solve for equality trying to do things fifty fifty fair but that completely blew up. I imagine we'll talk some more about that. And so it's how do we create a relationship where we can stretch more toward one another create a of radical generosity of contribution and appreciation rather than scorekeeping and therefore rather than just having our individual pursuits succeed together. As i'm sitting here thinking about my own marriage. I think about all the advice that i've been given and there's a fifty fifty and then there's the your equals. Now in my mind to equals equals like one hundred and one hundred which mathematically falls apart so eighty eighty falls apart. Even more for this my. Yeah my my specific question is so eighty percent into my marriage. Which i believe is what you're saying. What do i do with the other twenty percent. you're right. The math makes no sense which we like to say. It's sort of the whole point because neither does love right. It's there's a kind of inherent irrationality that's happening. We are arguing that you want to move the yardstick in marriage from just doing your fair share. You're fifty percent to eighty percent and your question as well okay. So that leaves twenty percent. What do you do with that or why. Not one hundred one hundred. That's the question we often get and really the answer. There is that we think this spirit of radical generosity that's really the essence of eight hundred. Eighty can either be underdone or overdone right and most of us are undoing it but there is a potential of being so radically essentially give up yourself and you know you know where to think about your own purpose and your own projects and and there's a lot of self that goes along with that so eighty percent is sort of that middle way that were trying to strike out here.

Slave To Fashion (MM #3697)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 7 months ago

Slave To Fashion (MM #3697)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I wouldn't say I'm a slave to Fashion. I don't worry about designer Brands although I do wear a lot of Ralph Lauren Club only because it fits, I've never worried about the logos on my shirt or the logos on my pants or whatever shoes I was wearing but sometimes you gotta shake your head and wonder about people's desire to wear trendy things. And the thing that really got me thinking about this the other day as I was driving down the road coming back from an appointment, it was 80 some-odd degrees outside and a car comes flying by me on the interstate and the person is wearing a knit ski cap. And you could just tell they were wearing it because it was fashionable. It was stylish. It was cool. It was I don't know what it was because I can't imagine wearing a knit cap unless my ears are cold. I've always had a specific look, I've had my own style if you will, and that stuff to do as a fat man, but I've always found a style that were raised me and people notice it and people recognize it, whether they like it or not, but at least they're kind, but being a slave to Fashion. I can't imagine how tough that's gotta be. I'm blessed that I tested Be My Own Drum, and yes, I leave him or Crocs with a suit. I'm not a slave to anything else.

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Slave To Fashion (MM #3697)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 7 months ago

Slave To Fashion (MM #3697)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I wouldn't say I'm a slave to Fashion. I don't worry about designer Brands although I do wear a lot of Ralph Lauren Club only because it fits, I've never worried about the logos on my shirt or the logos on my pants or whatever shoes I was wearing but sometimes you gotta shake your head and wonder about people's desire to wear trendy things. And the thing that really got me thinking about this the other day as I was driving down the road coming back from an appointment, it was 80 some-odd degrees outside and a car comes flying by me on the interstate and the person is wearing a knit ski cap. And you could just tell they were wearing it because it was fashionable. It was stylish. It was cool. It was I don't know what it was because I can't imagine wearing a knit cap unless my ears are cold. I've always had a specific look, I've had my own style if you will, and that stuff to do as a fat man, but I've always found a style that were raised me and people notice it and people recognize it, whether they like it or not, but at least they're kind, but being a slave to Fashion. I can't imagine how tough that's gotta be. I'm blessed that I tested Be My Own Drum, and yes, I leave him or Crocs with a suit. I'm not a slave to anything else.

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interview With Cy Scott, CEO, Headset

Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

01:21 min | 7 months ago

interview With Cy Scott, CEO, Headset

"Hey cy how are you doing great. Thanks headset is in a really interesting space. Where there's an altruism you can only manage what you measure. That's your specialty right. It's data about the cannabis industry. That's right that's right. A headset data analytics primarily market intelligence for the cannabis industry. So we really help. People understand what's going on what the opportunity looks like what the competitive landscape look like. And if they're brand operating in the space really measuring their will market position and it's so interesting because it's such an explosive mount in his industry where all that demand was was pent up over so many years and now the industry rolling. Yeah that's right. I mean that's one thing. We're a technology company. No software as a service company in. It's interesting we have a number of investors that come from the traditional tech investment world. And what they really like about the canvas opportunity. As opposed to just traditional tech is that this is a product cannabis that tad demand for as long as anybody can remember right thousands of years probably and there's finally a legal framework being developed around Where traditional technologies is more kind of immersive debts and technology comes to market yet to create the demand so Definitely exciting An exciting category to be a part of.

Biden to Help Amtrak Mark 50 Years on the Rails in Philadelphia

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:19 sec | 7 months ago

Biden to Help Amtrak Mark 50 Years on the Rails in Philadelphia

"Marking Amtrak's 50th anniversary. He got the name Amtrak Joe spending decades on the train between Washington and Delaware. His jobs plan would provide $80 million to upgrade transit. The Philadelphia visit is part of Joe Biden's Getting America back on track tour to promote his infrastructure plan. Former President Trump says

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The 80-Year PR Campaign That Killed Universal Healthcare

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01:49 min | 8 months ago

The 80-Year PR Campaign That Killed Universal Healthcare

"Despite the fact that every other wealthy country has some type of universal healthcare system. The united states of america stands alone in the world as the only one that doesn't with over one hundred and seventy million of its citizens left to fend for themselves in a sprawling complex maze of medicare medicaid private insurance tax credits childcare subsidies copays deductibles and cost sharing. Americans have not only the largest uninsured population but also the most expensive system on earth per capita way. Americans don't have a universal. Healthcare system has historically been explained away with the reductions mix of pathologising and circular reasoning. America hates big government. We love choice. Americans distrust anything that reeks of socialism. And while this is true in some limited sense it avoids the bigger question of. Why has america's so-called democracy rejected the numerous proposals to enact a single payer or other forms of universal healthcare now while there may be some innate protestant work ethic rugged individual cultural reasons. There's also been a decades long multimillion dollar campaign funded by big business pharmaceutical and hospital industry interests and the insurance industry to convince the american public to reject universal public healthcare. Indeed if americans were somehow intractable opposed to the notion if they were to reject socialized medicine. These forces would never have had to spend so much money in the first place on today's episode. We went to explore the almost century long campaign by capital to convince you not to support universal health programs how these campaigns have fear mongering against communist immigrants and african americans who benefits from a precarious employer controlled healthcare insurance system and how the propaganda war on the american mind on. This most important of issues is anything but over

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NASA Readies its $80 Million Mars Helicopter for Maiden Flight

The Steve Holland Retirement Wealth Show

00:23 sec | 8 months ago

NASA Readies its $80 Million Mars Helicopter for Maiden Flight

"Is hoping to get its first flight of Mars off the ground tomorrow morning, the space agency announcing the first flight of the ingenuity Mars helicopter is scheduled for 3:30 A.m. Monday. £4 helicopter first arrived on the Martian surface February 18th with its parent, the Perseverance Rover. It was hoping into a flight last week but ran into problems with Florida's news. I'm well all tough.

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NASA readies its $80 million Mars helicopter for maiden flight

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:25 sec | 8 months ago

NASA readies its $80 million Mars helicopter for maiden flight

"Flight on Mars off the ground Monday morning, the space agency announced Saturday. The flight of the ingenuity Mars helicopter is scheduled for 3:30 A.m. Eastern Monday. £4 helicopter first arrived on the Martian surface February 18th with its parent, the Perseverance Rover. It was hoping to do the flight last week that ran into problems. You can watch it on NASA television. The app NASA dot gov. On Social Media and YouTube

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Fed Will Begin Reducing Bond Purchases Before Raising Interest Rates

C-SPAN Programming

02:24 min | 8 months ago

Fed Will Begin Reducing Bond Purchases Before Raising Interest Rates

"The chairman of the Federal Reserve Jerome Powell, today, suggesting that the Fed would follow the same playbook and develop back in 2013 and 2014 once it decides to reverse what it calls its asset purchase program, meaning tapering off those asset purchases would come quote well before any interest rate increase was part of a virtual conversation sponsored by the Economic Club of Washington. Here's some background since last summer, the Fed has been buying about $80 billion in Treasury bonds and about $40 billion In mortgage backed securities each month is a way to boost the economy and to keep the financial market conditions on an even keel. So for now, you can expect interest rates to remain low. He offered this assessment on the U. S. Economy post Cobain 19. E. I think the first thing to realize is that the structure of the economy is always changing. So the economy that we had back in college was one where low unemployment leads a high inflation and inflation state. Hi. It's very different now. And so we have to constantly update our thinking about the way the way the economy actually worked now bringing that to the present. We're coming back to a different economy. It's not going to be the same economy is the one we left and weigh. Don't know. Exact. What that will be, But we have some ideas and we're going to be finding out. I think you're beginning now. One of them is that they'll beam or, of course, they'll beam or remote working remotely. That's one thing another is we've talked to companies and been consulting firms who have pooped surveyed companies and many, many companies have spent the last year thinking about how they can use more effective technology, perhaps at the expense of of the number of people that need it. So do that. Do Their work with fewer people. And that's a lot of the service industry companies that have been traditionally big hirers of relatively low skilled low paid people. So that's a concern because we still have many millions of people from those jobs who were working in public facing service sector jobs. They don't have a lot of other skills or wealth. And so we need to be thinking about what they're going to do and how how they gonna find their way back to the lives and the working lives that they had, and it'll be different. Other ways as well way we'll be learning about that. And we always try to try not to settle on one model of the economy and think that we really understand this because it's ever

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"$80" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:59 min | 11 months ago

"$80" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"He wants a new deal, so I'll I won't be surprised when all the dust settles. If it's right back where we started. With Krulak and other right and who is that? Other is an $80. James Winston is the government's You write, and we could go down the list, but it's going to be someone else. I just don't think the show in Washington that Sam we're gonna be in Broncos uniforms. That's all said Yeah, it seems like that's Ah little bit the bus out here as well. But it again I absolutely encouraged George Payton to make that call. I think we all do. And You make the call to Detroit's. You probably have to make a call to Houston see what it would take. But there are a lot of other factors here, and the Broncos are likely not a quarterback away, and I think that's when your team that's a quarterback away. Then you push your chips in the middle for something like this when you're a team that is still working through some other kings, and you didn't go. You're not gonna go from 5 to 11 wins just because of the Shawn Watson. That's where I think that we have to be kind of realistic. I wanna ask you a question because we're talking about this in the previous segment. What do you feel like the buzz is on. The George Payton higher lately. How How much do you think that improves the Broncos in the eyes of the rest of league? Because there there's a reputation John Elway had is a shrewd negotiator there for a little bit and George Payton has a little bit of a different reputation. Do you think that changes much of what people think of this team? Well, I think the people inside the league might think it'll be easier to get things done, and his George Payton explained on the stuff on big straight when he was asked about that he was doing his his media tour. When you first got to town a few weeks ago was that you ideally want to trade that's good for both sides. I guess you could make the case as long as the train's good for your side. You don't really care what happens to the other side, right? Ask Arizona about the trade they made for DeAndre Hopkins. They probably feel like they wanted that, and I'm sure Miami certainly feels like They wanted the Larrabee Council trade. And, yes, I'm pointing the to Houston examples, but that's because they're the most glaring at the same time. I feel like John. A lot of times maybe had to be talking this stuff my people around him and can convince himself for that You go one direction. Then maybe changes mining go a different direction. I think George Peyton's approach will be a little different. And I imagine the Broncos will hear a lot more. And, you know, hopefully we're the ones even reporting it that George is talking to more people about more things have overtime because he's got a lot of really good relationships across the league. I think That that will allow him to maybe just had a few more conversations, even if they're casual and so the perception that I get it least you know, on the surface when you're hearing what you know what people around the league say about the pain hires that will hopefully can just open a few more doors. And how the phone rings you want. Greater. MacManus tweeted out the other day that he thinks the salary cap is gonna be a little bit higher than initially projected. That's going to be beneficial to players, free agents, agents, obviously and teams alike, but it is still going to be probably be lower than what it normally would have been in this particular instance. Do you think that has any bearing on the Von Miller option situation? Uh, probably not. Because the Bronco's I think have enough cushion. I think the Von Miller situation kind of exist in a vacuum right? George Payton has to decide. Does he agree with John Elway released publicly and I've heard privately said That they want one military retire A Bronco Does George a degree doesn't digs and you'll agree. It was hard to tell because Bradley Child got hurt, but the sense we got early with in the first four games a year ago you got two seasons ago was that monster was dropping into coverage a lot, and then he switched positions and had to basically play the San position that Bradley Judd plays in the Khalil Mack played. And so Where does Vic Fangio Value von Miller into this on Sundays? When you play the cheese and the And the charges twice a year. You need both those guys getting after those quarterbacks, and maybe I'm a little bias and impartial toe. Want to see Von Miller retire here? The money Being smaller. I think that they're going to be able to account for it, especially if the cap jumps as much as they think that it will with the new TV deal in the coming years, then that's probably where you're in a hurry. I said. Hurry, You're likely to work. Out some sort of extension with von Miller. So it doesn't cost you as much this year That gives you more flexibility. Same with the way you structure Justine Simons bonus with his new contract. It'll allow you a little more room in the coming years. And maybe you get out from John James 14 million as well and you've got a lot more at least a little more room. In 2022 going forward, So I don't think that that cat numbers gonna affect bonnet and even, you know, going all the way down to Shelby here. It's a lot of view with the market pick. Thanks for Shelly. But I think all these guys coming back, especially they don't Make a move that's going to affect their capital in where the others relates the acquiring one of those big name quarterbacks we talked about last couple here for you. B. K appreciate the time I was talking to somebody last night, and they were asking me about why George Payton. Decided not to come out here to the Senior Bowl. I mean, they sent nine scouts and it's not like the Broncos have always sent their entire contingency down here. But I could kind of see a little bit of the argument knowing that you're not gonna have a traditional Combine and what? You know what access they get there and including pro days should. George Payton should have made an effort to come down here, Or do you believe because he had so much on his plate in such a short amount of time that this was the more prudent move just to send nine scouts down here to check it all out? Yeah, I think that it's just that the timing of everything. You just need to have all of your ducks in a row, and they were bringing the coaches back into the building. Presumably, he finishes through lock evaluation and likely went through. Every player on the roster and did that evaluation and in the last week we can change since he got here. Once you get past his media responsibilities, I mean some of his personal stuff, and then you look at the way.

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"$80" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:36 min | 11 months ago

"$80" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"It's $80 for an insurgent test. It is still $125 for a rapid PCR test. Montgomery says. Appointments for the tests are highly recommended. A Sega looking your drive on the 2 15 got a couple of things here one in Riverside to 15 South bound before Central. It's a second lane from the left that's blocked injury records. The reason And that jams up for you right around Columbia Avenue and the Marino Valley of the 2 15. North found side before Allesandro. That's an injury crash in the number two lane. Lots of volume from Cactus K. A pie in the sky is sponsored by injury. Attorney Superwoman super lawyer dot com Jeff Ball with an update in point apart. Well, you betcha. Quite a problem here getting through the 91 5 interchange. The problem is North five. 45 just past the 91 in Artie's your Boulevard because you're dealing with a highly trained airborne reported here. When the tires were sticking up. I'd safe to call if it overturned so little unproven. Here. The two left lanes are now open right lanes, so shut down. The North five foes before the 91 that transition Now was 91 north. Five kind of slow and also get in our teacher Boulevard. You can do it, but it's pretty tough. Here comes the good news after that real good all the way up to the 605 states that way to East l A. And the West side you want. I can see over to the 605. All that looks pretty good. Injured in an accident visit Superwoman Super Lawyer Calm Jeff Bock, a F eye in the sky. If I and this guy helps get you there faster. I'm robbing banks, Dodger Great Hall of Fame pitcher and 300 Game winner Don Sutton has died at the age of 75. His son revealed this sudden passed away in his sleep Monday night after spending his 1st 15 years.

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"$80" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"$80" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Futures finished six points floors. They sell it 18 96. We're trading down. An additional six points this morning is we're wrapping up the overnight trade meat cut out values were mixed yesterday. With choice Box B 34. Cents lower closed 2 27 24 Select boxes were dollar and 32 cents lower. Certainly get $212.50 for cockers cut out values on their hand, were up sharply. $6.68 entire closed $80 in 19 cents per 100. Wait. This has been Craig Hogan with your financial issues. Our faith and values shouldn't be compromised. By the way we invest our faith and values that we share should guide us way. Invest, make sure that you are investing in convince whose policies and practices align with pro life pro family. Visit the timothy plan dot com or call information Advanced Kingdom in the way that you invest I was definitely a skeptic at, you know, joining Samaritan ministries? Because I didn't understand it. I was used to the traditional system. So I was afraid I thought, What if this doesn't work? I mean, you were going to give up thiss whole concept of insurance, you know, and we're gonna trust God and his people. Yeah, well course What we pay every month is about 30% of what we were paying and insurance. And what we get back is so much more financially, of course, but spiritually and with the care of the community just can't touch it. We as a body of believers are living out New Testament Christianity. This idea that Samaritan has adopted from the book of Acts should permeate parts of our lives not just tell Sharon The Journal is the monthly magazine of the American Family Association. Mission of the FBI Journal is to motivate people to get involved in issues around their community and around their state and nation. We want people to go out and actually do something become involved in their community. People who read the journal Take the magazine, they handed two friends they handed to neighbors. They handed to people at work. If you'd like to get a.

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"$80" Discussed on AP News

AP News

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"$80" Discussed on AP News

"Sold out hand sanitizer and other products that people are stocking up on because of the corona virus is causing price gouging in New York City mayor bill de Blasio says no one should be trying to make a profit off of a crisis a hardware store known as xi min and grant in mid town they have been fined what they did was unacceptable we're using them as an example he says the case was turned over to the Attorney General and he's encouraging people to report price gouging Julie Walker New York

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"$80" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"$80" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Partly cloudy today, high sixty tomorrow, sunny skies, highs in the mid sixties and on Friday cloudy in the morning sunny in the afternoon, highs in the upper fifties, forty two and Wendy right now. I hate to call something you dumbest product in the world. Because I know something dumber always comes along. But right now in this moment, I feel like this could be the dumbest product in the world. There's a company called Dave. And they just started selling tissues. That are already infested with germs like someone else has already sneezed into these tissues. And then the company packages and up up in a box and sells them to you eighty dollars. That's right. Eighty bucks for a box of tissues. They claim that using these tissues helps build up your immune system. So to get ready for the flu season, isn't it cheaper? Just a liquor door handle your doctor's office. I look if somebody's stupid enough to drop eighty dollars on used Kleenex. Then go for it. I no how they're made one doctor in Akron. Ohio says, quote, that's bizarre seems like total waste of money. I couldn't agree with you more dark, and then one in Nashville says, quote, this is potentially hazard if it does work, and I don't think that it does I really help this product is fake. And that is all just a start. Uh-huh. Eddie at that will buy it though. I'm sorry. It.

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