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A highlight from 195 - The Bull Case for $COIN | Michael Rinko & Jay
"And that being said, I think there's definitely a portion of folks that won't trust any exchange. But given how long Coinbase has been operating in this space and how trustworthy and how by the books that they've done things, I think there's certainly a portion of these folks that would be a lot more comfortable leaving their capital on Coinbase's international exchange versus an exchange like Binance or BitMEX and the like. Yeah, and just to add to that quickly, this is something Jay and I were actually riffing on the other day, but I'm looking at a Reuters article now, Binance stops accepting new users in the UK. I believe that came out yesterday. So just to take a step back, like what's kind of happening right now, I think there's a realization in capitals all around the world that crypto is not going away. You know what I mean? Maybe half of it scams, maybe more, a larger percent of crypto scams, but Bitcoin, Ethereum and maybe a few others are not going away. They're going to be here and they're going to be an integral part of our new financial system where they're going to come into the existing world, whatever. It's taken a while for these politicians and these lawmakers to realize that, I think, but they're slowly starting to realize that. So what's happening now is they're saying, well, all right, if crypto is going to be a thing going forward, we want to control it. We want it to happen on our shores. We want it to follow our laws. And we do not want some unregulated kind of shady actor that we're not sure who it's regulated by to be controlling all of it. So you guys just have Nick Carter on. He's talked a lot about Operation Choke Point. I think he's done a great job on that. And essentially how I see this playing out is that the U .S. and kind of the West, broadly speaking, its allies are going to say, we want to control crypto. We want some say in what happens. We want these big, massive public companies like Coinbase to follow our rules. And we're going to actively squeeze out other participants, a la Binance, out of our markets and essentially make way for someone that we have some sort of control over. So I think a bold case for Coinbase is actually that it's so highly regulated, despite having all these court battles with the SEC. The SEC probably has a better opinion of Coinbase than Binance or some of these other exchanges. So, yeah, I think there's kind of a regulatory tailwind, a geopolitical tailwind there as well. Yeah. So basically there's a lot of kingmaking going on on behalf of kind of regulators. And it seems like we could have kind of the crypto banks of the West, right, that are basically knighted by the powers that be. And then we'll probably have international crypto banks or kind of like Eastern crypto banks as well. But it does seem like some of the regulators are targeting non -U .S.-based exchanges far more aggressively than maybe they are. As aggressive as they've been with Coinbase and a Kraken, they seem to be even more aggressive on these offshore exchanges. So it's very interesting. Borderline unfair at times. Yeah. Like who said any of this was fair? I don't know that any of this is fair. It's just kind of like analyzing what is happening. Yeah, no, and I don't mean to endorse the strategy at all. This is just kind of what I'm perceiving. And I think it kind of fits with this like broader narrative that we're going through of technology increasingly being viewed through like a zero -sum geopolitical lens where there's kind of two camps. There's like the U .S. and its allies, and then there's maybe China, Russia, whoever else. We're seeing this go on with like semiconductors, AI. My opinion is crypto is just as important as those technologies. Politicians might not realize it yet, but I think that they will. I think things like stablecoins will make them realize that sooner than later. So, yeah, I think this is like a big tailwind, I guess, most potently for Coinbase's offshore purpose exchange. So this offshore purpose exchange, there seems to be just a crazy alignment of the stars. First, it's a massive market with massive volumes and has been proven by other businesses to make a lot of revenue. That's star number one. Star number two is that things like BitMEX and FTX just collapsed. So really a lot of the competition just died. Binance is still standing, but it has all of the regulatory pressure, which is the third star. And so Coinbase has regulatory alignment, this massive market that is perps and all the dead competition. I just see like a lot of alignment of stars, which onshore United States regulated exchange can go capture this thing. Whoever can get there first can probably capture a lot of incoming revenue. Is this conclusion naive or this seems to be just right for the taking by Coinbase? I think that's well said. Yeah, that was my conclusion as well after looking at it was it's wide open. This specific market is wide open for the taking. And now we're just going to have to watch. I mean, can Coinbase kind of execute and capitalize on it? And, you know, that's TBD. But I think they have a pretty decent track record so far on executing on some of their other business line items. Are you launching a token? Is it already live? How are you managing the legal and tax for providing token awards for your team? Toku simplifies everything about managing token grant compensation and you can get started with them for free. You'll have access to top notch legal and tax support to handle the distribution and management of tokens for your team. Toku caters to every step in the process from user friendly legal templates for granting tokens to tracking vesting periods and calculating withholding taxes. 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NBA All Defenive honors named
"Defensive player of the year, jaren Jackson, junior of Memphis and Milwaukee's drew holiday and Brooke Lopez headlined the NBA's all defensive team, also voted to the first team Tuesday where Cleveland forward Evan mobley and Chicago guard Alex Caruso. Jackson, the NBA leader with three blocked shots per game, received 96 of 101st team votes and finished with a 195 points for his second all defensive team selection. Holiday was just behind him with 94 first team votes and 192 points, Lopez totaled 85 first team votes. I'm geffen coolbaugh.
Optimism Announces RetroPGF 2 Recipients
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"19.5" Discussed on TuneInPOC
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"19.5" Discussed on TuneInPOC
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"19.5" Discussed on TuneInPOC
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"19.5" Discussed on TuneInPOC
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"19.5" Discussed on TuneInPOC
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"19.5" Discussed on WJR 760
"R S Kevin Dietz. We have a big, big weekend of football in Michigan, and everyone is playing at home. We have the Lions versus the San Francisco 49 ers. Right here at Ford Field. We have Michigan State at home against Youngstown State, and we have Michigan against Washington at home as well. Joining us now is Sean Boligee. And Good Morning, Sean. How are you? And not always a pleasure. How you doing, Brad? I'm doing great. I was I was exactly right about not betting against Tom Brady. Last night 44 year old quarterback had no problem with the Dallas Cowboys. He looked like he was 34 years old. Looking good. Tampa Bay gets their win last night against Dallas, but I'm not so sure about all of these other games. Let's let's start with our Spartans. Youngstown State Spartans are given up 19.5 points. Uh, how good is Michigan State? We I mean, we saw him beat Northwestern. Last week, and that was impressive. That's a pretty darn good Northwestern team. You know, it was funny. I heard in the aftermath. Um, well, you know it was Northwestern. I think people forget how good Northwestern has been under Pat Pat Fitzgerald, so for them to go in there And knock off the wild catch the way that they did, uh, in their place. I think that's a big statement. I mean, you know how good is Michigan State? I don't know. But I'll tell you what, Kevin the pieces Were there. You had that running back yet? Good line play. You had a solid quarterback. You know, nobody was going to be reminded of that super defense from 2013. But They did enough to come away with that victory, and they should have more than enough when taking on Youngstown State who barely squeaked by Incarnate word. So, you know, listen to take care of business. Go out there. Do what you have to do make everybody happy for the home opener. Well, yeah, and you want to watch and see how well these kids are being coached because it looks pretty good to be on the road and to hold up as well as they did against Northwestern. We haven't seen a ton of this new coaching staff yet because last year was a crazy year. So we got bits and pieces, But now this is really the first chance to see. How well they're coached. And, you know, are they going to be making mistakes? Are they going to look past Youngstown State? I think it's I think there's still a good test here. Even though they're favored by a lot of points. Yeah, I agree with everything is a good test. You know, for for Mel Tucker and this crew again, you know he was hired at just a bad time late in the process. In a covid year. For goodness sake, So, uh, you know, it was great. You probably heard the conversation that he had was Steve Courtney. Here on 7 60 wjr. Nobody is planning any roses right now. They know there's a lot of work to be done, so they're keeping it, you know, in its perspective. Let's move to Ann Arbor, Michigan versus Washington. Those guys played for a Rose Bowl 40 years ago, and Michigan won. Michigan hasn't been winning a ton. The last. Oh, I don't know. 5 10 years, at least against big teams. How do you see this one shaping up? Well, you know, I think Originally, a lot of people kind of looked at this one and said This one might be intriguing because you're right, Kevin. I mean, these are two brands that have Kind of taking a step back. Not kind of taking a step back. They have taken a step back. I mean, Michigan hasn't been able to take care of business in the conference since 2000 and four, for example, but I think both Teams were teams that were thought to be headed in the right direction. Michigan lived up to its billing A. You know they did what they had to do against Western Michigan. In the meantime, Washington really struggled last week. Against Montana. So you know the mindset is, you know, where is Washington? Are they going to come in angry knowing that they are, or at least thinking that they're better than a loss to Montana? Or are they going to come in and be a sacrificial lamb for Jim Harbaugh's Michigan Wolverines? It'll be a good watch Saturday night. As two teams try to, you know, Spit shine that glory back on their brand. Yes, it's going to be big for Michigan State and Michigan. If both of them can turn the corner here and come out to and no to get off to a good start, fans, fans are going to get interested again. You know it was look. Last year was tough people. People weren't paying as close attention, and maybe a good thing for Michigan that they weren't It was not pretty. Um, But if you know any of these teams can get on a roll, they can get going and they mean they have a shot in the in their division. Maybe not to knock off Ohio State, but they have a shot at doing well. Yeah. You know what? I think both teams, you know, right now, the the expectations in my mind Kevin are similar. I mean, hey, let's let's do what we have to do to get to that bowl eligible level that 67 wins and let's see what happens there. I think that the two teams are very close together, which will make that game coming up. In East Lansing on October 30th Look, it's always interesting, but in a year like this, I think it's even more interesting because it could be the difference between dare I say, one team having eight and the other team having six ones. All right. And what do you think about the lions? I don't know what to think about the lions I want I want them to do. Well, I'm just fearful that they won't. I don't know. San Francisco is favored by eight points. What do you What do you thoughts? You know, San Francisco is a weird team because a couple years ago they looked like they were on the brink of something special. And then they just they fell flat on their face last year, So a lot of people saying, Well, the real 49 ers stand up. We know where the lines are at this is Look, This is going to be a long year. I think they're playing the long game. They had these extra picks. Do what you have to do.
"19.5" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Prior month, an 8.3% from just a year ago. That's a Bloomberg business Flash. Bloomberg markets continues now with Matt and Paul. Very great, Jared. Thank you so much. We appreciate that. Let's get a look at how things are going in the world of small cap stocks. We do that with Bloomberg stocks Editor Dave Wilson Day what You got? Well, you're seeing losses and smaller companies as you are in larger ones. The Russell 2000 index down 3/10 percent, while the S and P. 500 is lower by 2/10. However percent The Russell steepest drop belongs to a palace Pharmaceuticals, whose ticker is a pls, The drug developer has tumbled. 49% proposed treatment for cause of blindness only succeeded in one of two late stage studies company working on a rival drug has the Russell's biggest gain its I've Eric Bio, the ticker, I S E. It's up almost 58% in response to the palace data. And Echo Global logistics. Ticker Echo E. C. H O is up almost 54%, the freight broker accepted at $1.3 billion takeover offer from private equity firm Jordan company. A couple of other stocks taking hits in the Russell Marcin Therapeutics. Ticker M. R S N has dropped 36%, the company put out upstate, updated study results on an ovarian cancer therapy and some analysts said the data race safety issues and impel Neuro Pharma ticker I m P l has lost 19.5%. The drug development raised $45 million in a stock sale after winning US approval for a nasal spray to treat migraines. Mm. Nasal spray to treat migraines. That sounds great, Dave. Thanks very much. Dave Wilson there with our speaking of things. That sound great with our small caps, report. Speaking of things that sound Well, maybe not so great. Yeah, this one little bit disturbing. Leslie Patent joins us right now from Bloomberg News. Leslie, you got a story out about KFC and full disclosure. I love fried chicken, betting that Americans want fried chicken made from plants. I don't know if that's a good bet, is it? Well, it's very trendy right now to be talking about plant based So I think a lot of a lot of that is driving it. But at the same time, I mean, aren't we talking about different people, The people that trend towards plant based and the people that trend towards KFC aren't those two very different groups of people. Well, KFC doesn't think so. They think there's at least some overlapping. They're you know, they're not saying it's never going to take over for fried chicken, not even going to be the majority of the market, but they want to have something there. To give customers that option is this faux meat thing and faux chicken Now, I guess. Is this it a demographic thing, Leslie? Is it more kind of the younger folks trending this way? Yeah, That's what that's what camp. He has told me that it's the younger crowd who feels a little bit better. Maybe eating this way. So they're looking to capture that younger crowd who will be coming of age and have more spending power in the future. Obviously. So I think that's what's driving. A lot of it also. So, um, What are we talking about? Like a chicken sandwich made with plant meet. Are they going to try and actually replicate, you know? Real fried chicken breasts is going to be the same shape, but just a different substance. Well, the gold standard I'm told is like a chicken like a whole muscle piece of chicken. So not like A chicken nugget, this all shaped and kind of like mashed together. That's not what they want to do. They want to do something that whole muscle that kind of like tears and pulls apart like a chicken tender from kind of like Of fans here, you know, like like a bar restaurant type place, maybe maybe even a sit down place, So that's what they're really trying to replicate with this. They haven't really brought anything out to the masses yet. They've done some tests, but we're kind of just waiting to see if they're going to have something. At a national scale or not. Would they be the first in the chicken category? Or is Chick fil a beating them to the punch, so to speak? Well, they would be the first one to do what I think on a national basis. Yes. It's interesting, and I mean, we've seen this with other fast food. Non chicken fast food restaurants are I mean, I see I know. At least Burger King has got a fake meat burger, and I'm assuming that all the other ones do too. Yeah, That's right, you know? So so there are some tests right now, it seems like especially in the U. S market. There are a lot of companies kind of dipping their toes and this feeling it out, seeing what sells what doesn't sell, and I think a lot of it is really geographic specific. So we're going to see more tests, whether this stuff really sticks or not. I think it kind of remains to be seen right? So I guess the issue is you know, when we hear from beyond me, they say a big part of their customer base is people that are, in fact meat eaters. They just want some Diversification, if you will, is that similar to what KFC thinks might happen with the chicken market. Yeah, I think that's right. So, so thinking about it, you know, it's the people who are eating plant based Are people who are also eating meat. It's not necessarily a vegan or vegetarian. So with somebody who wants to do like a meatless Monday or something like that, so there could be some overlap there, but again at the same time. I think it remains to be seen. How much How much this stuff. Can really make up in sales, you know, is it? Is it going to be 2% of sales for KFC? Is there going to be 10%? I don't know. And I think they don't really know either right now. Lizzie. Thanks so much for joining us. Leslie Patent there who wrote the story on KFC betting Americans want fried chicken based on well, It's not chicken. It's uh, I guess a fried chicken shaped thing based on plants have you seen by the way there's a 1992? Non narrative documentary film, meaning it's kind of an art film. They just have shots of. I'm going to say no. Before you tell me this title, but it's called Baraka B A R A K A. Barack Ah. It's an amazing movie, and it was like the kind of thing that we would all you know, I guess late night parties, we would put it on in high school and college. And, but it's got segments about crowded cities and segments about a cigarette factory. Remember segments about A chicken plant where they just had these hundreds of thousands of chickens on a conveyor belt, you know, like getting their beak spurned off and separated into different piles and You know, I can safely say I haven't seen that. It made me not want to eat fried chicken anymore, But I recommend watching the film. I bet you Nathan Hager has seen it. Let's get over to him right now. In Washington, D C with your world National News, Nathan suddenly lunches sounding a lot less appealing, and we're only about an hour away. Thanks, Matt. The Pentagon is going to commemorate the 9 11 attack tomorrow. In a ceremony President Biden plans to attend. But this morning, other Cabinet departments are holding their own observances. Bloomberg's Irv Chapman reports from Washington attorney General America Garland spoke. We rededicate ourselves at the Justice Department doing all we can to protect the American people from terrorist attacks. Whether originating from abroad or at home in a way that is consistent with our values and the rule of law. Secretary of State Antony Blinken recognized diplomats who served then and serve Now we were in a place to do something about it. We had jobs. They had jobs where they can help their fellow citizens in their country in ways both immediate and lasting. As he spoke, Lincoln's diplomats are working to arrange more evacuations from Afghanistan. In Washington. Irv Chapman Bloomberg Radio president, Biden says the U. S has the tools to keep schools safe during the pandemic. He and first lady Joe Biden at a middle school in Washington, D. C this morning, a day after the president announced his new vaccine mandates all know if schools follow the science and they are here and implement.
The Death of Lizzi Marriott
"But on this night. Roberta wasn't in a talkative mood and she declined to lexus. Calls twice then. Roberto notice that lex was calling her third time thinking that he must have something urgent to tell her. Roberta finally decided to answer but when she did. Lex wasn't on the line instead. Roberta heard the voice of lexus girlfriend. She sounded frantic hectic. And she's like. I need you to come over here. She said something. And i wish to remember the via book almost like she was trying to tell me some kind of code word. As far as that something was something had gone wrong. Roberta told lexus girlfriend that she would try to make it over to lex apartment and hung up the phone then. Roberto went to her boyfriend. Paul hickok and told him about this strange call so the phone call from who might didn't know who this less yet Says they need help because when she get off the phone she says this friend. I says desirable friend in east fans indie. Okay let's go get up and walk out to. Roberta and paul drove alexis apartment. And when they arrived both lex his girlfriend met them in the hallway of the apartment complex. So we go in and they walk down to their apartment door. Okay the oakland. The apartment door in this girl for okay was was she's naked. I were okay with banning children. What do i do i you do. I grabbed my girlfriend's shannon. So she didn't walk into closer. This why we're counting. What the hell's going on here right after being into his apartment. Paul and roberta came upon a bizarre and horrifying scene lying on the floor. Face up with the naked body of teenage girl and rapped over. Her head were two layers of plastic shopping bags
"19.5" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And national news on this Tuesday for that. Whatever to Nancy Lyons in D, C Hey, Nance, Hey Carol and August 31st US withdrawal deadline is looming large in Afghanistan, with the Taliban spokesman saying the group will not accept an extension and President Biden, reportedly deciding to stick with the deadline will be hearing from President Biden soon. The Pentagon. John Kirby says several 1000 Americans have been evacuated so far, and they're working to remove as many as they can by the end of the month. We're trying to get as many out as we can. And so if we can exceed What What our previous expectations were, and we have over the last couple of days. That's a good thing and we're going to continue to drive at that, Kirby says. Nearly 22,000 Americans and allies were evacuated in the past 24 hours, some on US military flights, others on coalition flights. Well, there's more Afghan refugees are being brought to the U. S. Federal agencies are rushing to complete their security vetting as we hear from Bloomberg's Amy Morris. The chaos of the evacuation effort means thousands of people were put on those planes before their background vetting was complete. U. S agencies, including intelligence, law enforcement and counterterrorism professionals are all conducting security screenings. While flights are in the air. The State Department says it is surging its resources to ensure nobody is allowed into the US before clearing a security check. Officials would not say how many if any Afghans have been flagged so far. In Washington. I'm Amy Morris. Bloomberg Radio. Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts has died at the age of 80, his publicist says. Watts passed away peacefully in a London hospital earlier today. Surrounded by his family. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg. Quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries. I'm Nancy Lyons. Now back to you, Carol. All right, Nancy. Appreciate that. Nancy Alliance in D C. Now back to our New York bureau and a check on the well, the business will do that with Charlie. Thank you very much. Carol. Master, We're looking at records right now on the S and P right to the numbers will give you the Why. In a moment here with the S and P up 11 higher by about 3/10 of 1%. You're today the S and P up now by 19.5%. We've got the Dow up. 15 up 3/10 as stack up 69 again there of 5/10 of 1% 10 Years down, 10 30 seconds 10 year Yield right now, 1.28% Gold flat on the day unchanged. 18 Oh, five. The ants West Texas intermediate crude up 3% 67 62 on wt energy Consumer discretionary material stocks were among the best performers as investors also weighed. Insights from Fed Chair J. Powell's address from Jackson Hole this week. Equities at record strong corporate earnings and a rally in commodity prices outweighs lingering concerns about the threat of covid 19 to the global economy. Right now. After earnings Best buy shares are up by 9.9%. As for shares of Cathy Wood's arc Innovation ETF up today by 1%. We'll be talking with word at about 4 10 today. Wall Street time. Obvious topics include China, Tesla and her strategy again. Carol Master doing that interview. Just about 4 10 Wall Street time. I'm Charlie Palette that Carol is a Bloomberg business Flash. Thank you so much, Charlie Pellet for that shout out. You are listening to Bloomberg Business Week. We are going to talk with Cathy Wood, and we'll talk to her about her thoughts on Chinese stocks sits on a day when we're hearing from Gary Gensler of the SEC chair our own. Teams sitting down with him in an exclusive interview or Ben pain, and we'll hear about his thoughts and some of the moves to really provide more transparency. When it comes to Chinese listed companies here in the United States, that's going to come a little bit later on. In the meantime, a lot on our plate when it comes to those background stories, Afghanistan we are expecting to hear from President Biden with an update. We will take you there to the White House. When that comes out. In the meantime, we continue to He reminded by many headlines that were still in health crisis, a health pandemic and among the headlines that were really watching out for and monitoring today as we had Israel lowering the minimum age for boosters to 30 from 40 German Chancellor Angela Merkel coming out, saying measures currently in place to curb the virus remains sufficient even as infection numbers tied to the spread of the delta buried her on the rise. And the number of UK workers going to the office that's increasing. We're tracking that really closely and then traffic on China's typically busy streets that has shown some signs of recovery after the country quashed a resurgence. Covid cases. And there's also a study out, saying India may face an unprecedented 600,000 new infections a day if the nation fails to boost the pace of shots, So that's some of the key headlines. I also want to point out that Dr Anthony Fauci, of course, one of the voices that we've turned to, increasingly, of course, Over the course of the pandemic is White House Covid advisor Dr Anthony Fauci. He had some comments on MSNBC earlier today on what a third vaccine may mean. Listen up. So we may not have to get a variant, specific boost. We're preparing for it. We're doing clinical trials with it. But the data that we've seen right now indicate That we may be able to get a good response that covers the boosts by the original vax that covers the variance. Excuse me by the by the original vaccine that we got. I believe it's entirely conceivable. That this third dose superimposed upon the two doses of modern and Pfizer very well may allow for a rather prolonged period of protection. And that, of course, is Dr Anthony Fauci, White House Covid adviser, speaking earlier on MSNBC. And what's interesting is there have been many from the medical community thinking that we might need to get a covid booster shot every year. Just like many of us get a flu shot said that comment from Dr Fauci. That observation could maybe change things going forward All of this happening when we've got cases topping 212.7.
"19.5" Discussed on WDRC
"Tired of looking at cat leaves. Join the conversation at the Lord's lessons show Facebook page. Welcome back to the Lars Larson Joe. It's a pleasure to be with you, and I'm glad to take your phone calls and emails. I get this great opportunity, though, to talk to Carrie Sheffield, who is a senior policy analyst at the Independent Women's Forum about what's going on both here in this country and about our quick exit from Afghanistan that's leaving 18 million Afghan women and girls. In real jeopardy Carry. Welcome to the program. How are you? Two large and well, How about yourself? I'm doing very well. I mean, look, I'm used to Democrats having double standards because without double standards, they probably have no standards at all. And a lot of their friends in the mainstream media seem to have the same kind of rule. We can have double standards. We can fold. Donald Trump as an evil, you know threat to women's rights in this country. But when Joe Biden decides We're going to leave Afghanistan. We're not going to negotiate any kind of deal with the Taliban to try to behave in some way Other than what they're behaving right now that the mainstream media says we don't need to do that story, what exactly is going on there? And just how? How How bad is this going to be for women in that country? It's a nightmare. It's a living hellish nightmare for the women of Afghanistan. 18 million women. The median age of people in Afghanistan is only 19.5 years old. Very young people are very young population. Lots of young girls, young women and life is going to be hellish. No matter if you're a boy or a girl, a man or women, but it's going to be in particular. Very hellish, with policies and laws, singling out women for torture, rape, whiplash things, uh, for the same behavior there would have been seen by a man and there's basically what the Taliban has said that they want to implement Sharia law, and they say they will give women rights but only with no limits of Sharia law. And we know and practice because the Taliban already ruled Afghanistan from 1986 to 2001. We know what that looks like. In practice that means mandatory fall by over the face. Coverings in scorching heat. No property rights had, you know, just surreal. Lost, Que has done extensive research about what this means in the Muslim world basically means that women are second class. They're subhuman relative to men. Well, in fact, that that it's almost as though the Taliban is trying to be unintentionally and very darkly funny when they say will give women all the rights they are entitled to under our system, which you know with the unspoken comment, which is just about zero Which means we're not going to do anything for them at all. And I I don't know that any US exit from Afghanistan on left unless it left behind an intact Afghan government and not the corrupt one that we saw flee with bags of cash at the very end..
"19.5" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is Bloomberg Radio. But it ain't no by my need. I don't know itself crazy, buddy. So this is Justin Timberlake, isn't it? It is and the band was what was his boy band. Think Congratulations. Did a song is by by by by by by I told you get that one. And if you didn't it turned out. You know, they're talking about my chart of the day now on Bloomberg television, as well as Bloomberg radio, So you know, it's like, shortly before eight a.m. Wall Street time I present the chart, and then Tom King goes off this whole thing about that song. What did he say? You can find out online. I posted a tweet on his Twitter page. I mean, he went through a dissection of the lyrics. You name it, Tom Key When it comes to music. He too, is a musician. Dare I say former folks star? You dare say that? Dear said he did release uh, a record searching for Ward and June. Nice job, Tom Kenny happening. You do? I do is a good day. Paulson. You think I've actually listened to it out out to attach? We left Tomkins? I bet he had some great things to say. Oh, yeah, about JT. Alright. So talk about the song in your chart. Bye Bye Bye. That's what's happened to the relationship between technology stocks and bond deals, You know? Have you heard lately? This school thought that as yields go up, Tech stocks are going to go down. I'm not sure I totally understand it either. Okay. Well, here's the thing, okay? It's a matter of the relationship between the two, which you can track with correlation right? A statistical gauge. If you look over the last 20 years or so you actually see that more often than not bond yields Specifically a 10 year Treasury Yield and the S and P 500 Information Technology index tended to move together, right, But what's happened lately is that they've gone in the other direction. They're going separate ways, and you've got to remember yield opposite direction of price for bonds, so that comes into play. But that's more like what you saw in the nineties during the dot com era, and in fact The negative correlation. In other words, you know, Now you're seeing tech stocks and bond yields kind of go their separate ways more than you have at any time since October, 1997. And that was the middle of the dot com boom when those stocks were just taking off whatever happened in the bond market, So you know, we're kind of back to that if you're looking for echoes a bad era, and certainly some people have been given the magnitude of the gains that we've seen in the big tech companies. Mm hmm. Here you go. So right now, Okay? Help me out. So what we're seeing is gains in Tech. No, we're seeing tack. Move up, right and yield er Yeah, so they are And you know that there was an increase in yields at one point, but the Pentagon their own way. Yeah, I mean, that's the thing. It's just that that relationship over time has been disconnected from what it was now. Correlations can move for any number of reasons in any number of ways. So it's not to say that this is going to last forever. It's just sort of evocative. The dot com era. And if you want to know more folks send me an email. I'll get you the chart the explanation that goes with it and everything I do. Going forward. The email address is D. Wilson at Bloomberg dot net. That's D. Wilson at Bloomberg dot net just quickly because we want to get your stock of the day. But why is it when it's a higher yield environment that the market the equity market tends to back off of this technique is my my guess would be that okay? Growth in the economy would be good for growth and tech stocks would be good for a whole bunch of stocks. Right? I mean, why do bond yields typically go up? Because the economy is doing better? If growth is easier to find, Do you need to be in the fastest growing companies as much as you did before? I mean, think about what's happened in the past right out. Exactly. That's why we saw the resurgence and value stocks, which is kind of tailed off lately, But that's definitely part of the mix. Alright, good stuff, All right. I promised stock of the day. Franklin Covey. Oh, you know, I used to love I used to have a Franklin book years ago. You know, they don't even do the books. I don't think anymore. Yeah, and then they focus more on business training seminars these days, you know, they came out with results for their fiscal third quarter. Unexpected profit sales, beating analysts average estimate in a Bloomberg survey. They raised their full year earnings forecast and out of that you saw the shares again. Ticker FC RISE As much as 19.5% in today's trading hit their highest price in the more than A year and a half. And at the moment they're up about 11.5% dinner. They're up for the year. A lot. 62%. Yeah, There you go. There system is like you prioritize your work. I've done it and it's pretty cool, right? And the idea is they have more options for running their seminars now because people can actually gather in a room exactly makes a difference. Dave. That's a great one. Thank you so much and your chart of the day day stock of the day just after 4 15 on Facebook, Lincoln and on Twitter at the one Dave, let's get back to world and that with Nancy Lyon Hey, Carol.
Searching for Signs of Life on Venus and Other Planets
"You're the world expert in well in many things but one of them is phosphine would technically be correct to call you the queen of phos mean. I go for dr. Fast in Queen is an inherited title, I feel but you still rule by love and power. So but while while having the Dodge title goodness, kindness kindness in September 2020, you co-authored a paper announcing possible presence of phosphine in the atmosphere of Venus Earth and that it may be a signature of extraterrestrial life like maybe big, maybe there was some pushback. Of course from the scientific community that followed friendly loving push back. Then in January another paper from University of Wisconsin, I believe confirm the finding dead. So where do we stand in the Saga? In this mystery of? What the heck is going on on Venus in terms of fostering, in terms of aliens? Let's try and break it down, okay? The short answer is, we don't know. I think you and the rest of the public are now witnessing pretty exciting Discovery but as long involves as it unfolds, we did not wait until we had, you know, years of data. From ten different instruments across several layers. The atmosphere we waited until we had two telescopes with independent data months apart, but still, the date is week, it's noisy home delicate. It's very much at the edge of instrument sensibility just a petit and so we still don't even know if it is fostering. We don't even really know if the signal is real, people still talk about that.
"19.5" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Impacted all nine beef plants located in eight states, which counts for about a quarter of all U. S beef. Now the employees 66,000 American workers across 84, U. S based locations. And it's prompting concerns of a possible made shortage. USDA reported. Production declines on Tuesday showing beef down 22% pork down 19.5% Most locations in the U. S. Australia and Canada are expected to be back up and running today. This comes weeks after a ransomware attack shut down the colonial pipeline, causing a surge in gas prices across the east coast. Texas is declaring a disaster over the surge of illegal immigrants along its border with Mexico Governor Greg Abbott says the state is stepping up efforts, but more must be done. He blames President Biden claiming open border policies are letting in drugs, gangs, cartels and human traffickers. Declaration extends to 34 counties and stops childcare facilities from being licensed as a shelter. President Biden will welcome the lead GOP negotiator on infrastructure to the White House today and hopes of seeking common ground. West Virginia Senator Shelley Moore Capitol will highlight the Republicans counterproposal to the president's $1.7 trillion infrastructure plan. GOP version comes in at $928 billion and focuses on traditional infrastructure roads. Bridges airports along with broadband last Sunday on Fox, Senator Capital said she's hopeful. I think we can get to real carpenter compromise. Absolutely, because we're both still in the game, I think The president told me himself. Let's let's try to get let's get this done. No middle ground could mean Democrats going it alone to get legislation through. The CDC says more patients with kidney failure died during the first seven months of the Corona virus pandemic than would have been expected. A new report shows roughly 7 to 10,000 people had in stage real disease. When the kidneys stopped working and filtering a person's blood requiring dialysis or a transplant. The CDC says these patients face a higher risk of dying from Cove it because of their weakened immune systems. Meantime, President Biden is said to give an update today on the nation's fight against Cove in well the Bush family name is set to be tested in Texas. Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush is making a campaign announcement today and it's expected that he's running for Attorney general S. M U political analyst Cal Jillson says there are well heeled donors in Texas who respect the Bush name, but this will be a test to see if voters agree. I just think that it's difficult not to ignore. College tradition that your family name represents. In Texas. Bush is the son of former Florida governor Jeb Bush and the nephew of President George W. Bush. But so far he's courting the support of President Trump. I'm Beth Myers News Radio 1200 W Away I Castle Hills. Police say a traffic stop resulted in the recovery of a treasure trove, a stolen ideas and other items. Officer Jose Morella says he pulled over a speeding driver on West Avenue inside the vehicle. Morales says he noticed burglary tools, a gun drugs and several purses and backpacks. He found stolen ideas, licenses, passports, checkbooks, birth certificates, car titles, even valuable baseball cards. Castle Hills. Police advise people via Facebook to check their credit reports and bank statements to make sure their ideas not been stolen. All the military withdraw from Afghanistan is nearing the halfway point, just weeks after being ordered. The process is said to be 30 to 44% complete that includes about 300 cargo planes worth of material being removed and six facilities handed over to the Afghan Ministry of Defense. President Biden ordered troops to leave by the 20th anniversary of the 9 11 terrorist attacks. Space ex CEO Elon Musk says construction is underway on an offshore spaceport with launch is set to begin next year. The company bought two oil rigs off the coast of Texas in June of 2020, and one of them should be operational by 2022. Floating space port is expected to serve as the launch pad and landing plant platform for the space X Starship, which must plans to use to get to Mars or Burger King is amping up the chicken sandwich wars. Tom Busby, a Bloomberg Houses and focus report. Fast food Chicken wars are about to heat up again with a new entry this week from one of the nation's biggest hamburger chains. Sandwich is the summer of the hand. Breaded became a Burger King. That's Ellie Dodie chief marketing. Officer for Burger King North America, talking about the change checking sandwich entering a crowded field. It all began with Popeyes, a sister chain of Burger King's owner, which started the craze two summers ago. Then came competing sandwiches from KFC. Chick fil A. And McDonald's. A man for chicken started soaring along with chicken prices. And now, after two years of getting its recipe, right and extensive testing, it's up to the customer Junior. The burning is crispier lot fresher flavor so way taking our time to get it right And we've come out with what we.
"19.5" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"We'll be right after this. Hold on. You think that shoot? Think this If you think this think they've stopped what they believed No, but I get my pretty name you months later, the same thing myself. Talk woman value my world so Who wants that? I'm supposed to have fun. I really couldn't care this and you can give him my best, but just know I'm not sure. I think that should I think that should think this through. No one pressed to put your name next to mine. We're on different nights. So one of the nice enough they don't call my bluff because I hate to find out because I had to close medical's ready remarkable. That feels in the views from the views. When the second Majesty did you have fun? I really couldn't care less and you couldn't give him my best, but just know I'm not you You think this thing this I'm not sure that you think this I'm sorry. I don't think that cutting me. Oh, sorry. I don't think that culture She thinks that you think that 19.5 days. If you're just joining us for the second date update.
A Brief History of Neuroscience
"So neuroscience. The study of the nervous system has had an interesting history of being both extremely old and extremely new Ancient greeks and egyptians went back and forth whether the brain or the heart was the center of intelligence and hippocrates argued that the brain was the center though this wouldn't gain traction until the roman physician galen proposed it It took until an understanding of electricity. In the nineteenth century before we could really understand the brain the experiments of luigi gala vanni and the electrical activity of the body pave the way for research in the nervous system for awhile. Neuroscience research was divided into different fields such as physiology anatomy zulu psychiatry etc David roche helped integrate these fields creating the neuroscience research program at mit in nineteen sixty two. james mcgowan established the first department of neuroscience at university of california irvine in nineteen sixty four and later major neuroscience organizations were created including the international brain research organization. Or i bro. because it's a bunch of bros. Working on brains at that could be like your pneumonic for it That was established in nineteen sixty one and the society for neuroscience was established in nineteen sixty which is known for its annual meeting. One of the largest scientific conferences in the world so we're gonna start with neurons aka the small stuff so adam is and again. This is all adams words. I i am not the data scientist or the neuro scientists in this situation. I am just. I am the female voice of adam. Large in this specific instance. Everyone so all my words are his words. Except when i do inside you'll know when that happens on many less syllables. Yeah it would be those. Those observations will be much
Leading during COVID-19 with Ellen Kamei
"Ellen kamei. Welcome back to the majority podcast today. Thanks for having me back kevin. Of course you were one of my very favorite guests ever but you were here on our podcast back in march twenty eighteen which feels like roughly twenty years ago since then a lot has happened to you. A lot has happened in the world. I want to start with you first a sense that you ran for a seat in the city council of mountain view. Which where you were born where you're from you while your seat. And now you're the mayor of mountain view and just a quick plug for your city. My personal way of characterizing mountainview is the most important small city in the world. Because you have these incredibly monumental companies like google like other institutions intact headquartered there so everybody knows where mountain view is the world and i love to hear first of all about. What was your experience like. We're running in a local election. Really going through the grind and now transitioning to serving on a city government. Well thanks so much again. Kevin for having me back. I couldn't sell my city better than you just. Did you know the way i describe. A mountain view is being in the heart of silicon valley so much of the tech innovation about we discuss now actually was bursting in the city of mountain view Matthew mentioned yes. I iran in twenty eighteen in one actually wasn't my first time running for for office for city council mountain view. I run in twenty fourteen loss and really had to make the decision about you. Know did i want to pursue my passion for public service or or not and four years later decided to to run again Happy to share a In got to move from being on the planning commission to a member of the city council so the transition to city council. I mean there's no other to describe it in fast and furious in my first year. We were discussing the really large policy issues that our city our state i think our country are grappling with which are you know housing affordability of that housing in the generation of housing transportation rates. Getting people to shift their mode of a transit instead of being car. Ranted and gino at the same time. How are we providing the best quality of life possible for all our residents so within the first year we're tackling those going into my second year became vice mayor and two months later we had a global pandemic. And and now you know as mayor. I am trying to navigate our city our community our residents To the light at the end of the tunnel of the pandemic so it has been you know legislating on the toughest issues and dealing with something we only typically have to deal with like once century pandemic straight. There are a couple of things fall on the first thing. I want to drill in and a little bit. More is actually the experience of right so a lot of what we do here on the modern majority podcast is to reach out to asia. Americans are the minority communities to build allah ship. But you really transfer know how i think knowledge about. What is it like to be a public servant. If that's what you wanna do what is it like to run an office. You rent twice. You say you lost the first time you won the second time as in like you came. I believe the first out of like six seven other people right and i think the merger victor is also pretty significant. I remember that night and like checking the whole county original bula alad crush everybody. I was very happy about that. But how did that happen. You think now you have a couple of years removed to maybe reflect that experience. What did you do right. The second time that you didn't quite do the first time that led you to your victory while i would say it's two different things. One is a took those four years. But i also took that you know that year of running Invested in myself which is really trying to build. The skill sets necessary to to run again. So i signed up for work through the public speaking coach and i had taken you know. I did feature debate in high school and took public speaking in grad school but being able to speak Forums for sixty seconds or less than being able to adequate we express who you are the candidate. Your policy ideas in under a minute is really tough so i would say that. That was pretty instrumental in being able to formulate a good communication plan. And then the other is. I got some time off of work so i went from fulltime work. Two part time works. That could really get knocking on those doors because they knew that having that face to face interaction is still key to winning a local election so those are the kind of two things they did to invest in myself which is like make the the true commitment to to running giving everything i could and then the other was i would say really committing to the residents and and that is to say you know having his door to door conversations but also trying to meet people where they are which is really trying to be on every social media platform really trying to. You'll be out there in other languages as well as a multi-lingual Being able to have forums where people could ask questions. In their native language i think created inaccessibility. That hadn't been there before over. Thirty percent of our population in the city of mountain view identifies as asia and so that really competed opportunity for me to reach out to the asian american community to make sure that their voice was being heard and twenty teen. I think that there was a lot of policy issues. That were happening both nationally locally. Where the i could see that. Api community getting engaged. In a way that i hadn't seen before
Amplify Your Voice with Ronsley Vaz
"Mitterrand's lee welcome to govern on. Bam bam awesome so broadly. This is the second go round when he tried to do this once and here we are again. You're later just about a year later. I think if not maybe a little bit more members from the first one. I remember we did yours. End mind like in the same recording musically and so we talked a lot about representation. We talked about your experience with being a person of color and having not really realized it until. And why don't we dive in. So tell us who you are. What's your heritage. Which is i'm in the us over everyone else. Rhonda's in australia and also you're in the future. We're talking about this before the recording Way the features eight thirty a m in the future. Now's ahead so when i leave australia night. Arriving in la. I arrived four hours before i left. Scottish has of his is amazing features. Spent a good day to be alive icicle yet. I mean i'm looking forward to thursday. Who's rawnsley what's your heritage. Well i. it's interesting. I've always struggled with identity and i still. I think i'm on that journey. All figuring out exacting by bennie. So it's a constantly evolving. Question alonso. I suppose to the questions constantly. Ask myself that. But my mom on a portuguese possible at my dad's in indian possible fire was spreading office. The only possible and osborne bearing in the middle east by mom was born in mombasa in kenya. So i've actually never thought of myself as a minority. I think is the would that i like. I never thought of myself as a minority. And i think that's the conversation he had maybe time because i was in an entrepreneur events where there was a session on minorities and someone asked me on going to that session and i'm like no. I'm not a minority minority and then bay said in hindi because i still understand riot out. He said it in job excellent but it's very similar thing like connie see the color of skin now's life. Us should stick with that so that was fascinating when that happened. What all that changed often. Black lives matter off the some conversations about representation about somew- conversations that i'm having so i'm just a citizen of the load totally when i find interesting is that it wasn't until adulthood. That was pointed up to you which it even much more complex and layered because i grew up in mexico city came to the. Us and the united states is notorious for wanting to put you in boxes. When you arrive into the us is like oh you. Are this whatever we decide. That box is and most of my audiences in the us but habitat people like it all over the world. And so your experience makes the answer even more layered because not everyone exists within the constraint. You didn't you. Iran's lead for a long time and i didn't fit him anywhere right so that was the familiar part of everything. Like i never fitting. Why didn't fit in need. Even i spoke in the with an english accent sauce incidents the ride and i come to failure. I have an indian accent and my indian turret still acts up. Don't get me wrong. But i had changed the way i spoke primarily because i think that when someone didn't understand me they didn't know how to ask again to the only way than you ought to ask again was to make like i wasn't saying correctly in the first place and i gotta john's to like you know break that down really until now this year even in the last few months so then now more and more i'm encouraging people to pull and that's why i think clubhouses amazing and obviously i'm one of my a lot but I love clubhouse primarily because you feel all these different voices and really listen because you know in cobb. Got to listen before you speak right. It's like a token stick. So you have to listen to this person and you realize that if you pay attention just because they sound different in the english is different does not mean that they're not smart or they're not intelligent in the points that they're making bright
Jeremiah Owyang - Social Audio Analytics and Constituent Groups - Voicebot Podcast 195 - burst 07
"I want to come back to this idea social audio analytics and maybe the social audio management system this is going to be near and dear to the heart to a lot of the people who listen to this podcast because their space is accustomed to taking raw audio content transforming taxed analyzing it Actually putting it against other services and potentially returning information. So i wanted to explore that with you. A little bit we. We haven't seen that publicly yet and any of these social audio spaces you expect. People are actually doing it today. How do you think that that's going to play out. Do you expect this to be predominantly the platforms are going to try to control it and use this as a feature and trying to block other people or do you think it's mostly going to be third parties coming in and somehow getting the feed whether through direct. Api or from a rogue angle and then being able to provide that data to people who are interested in it. Yes so. I think there's maybe four constituent groups to think about here. Let's try to break this down. And i don't have all the answers here. I'm speculating so there are the platforms themselves twitter spaces and clubhouse and facebook. I think they are so twitter. Spaces already has real time voice to text translation into english which is on the lower third for some speakers. It's a three second delay about ninety percent accuracy. Ucla right yes okay. The second group would be the Government agencies and spies They're probably already doing it. But we'll never know. Group will be the traditional social media Analytics companies like salesforce and adobe salesforce acquired radian six In two thousand eleven ten years ago For three hundred million and their job was to grab all of the text based social media content. That was being produced at a rapid pace and make insights out of it and sell to brands for seven. Figure deals annually on what is being set in their market and give them analysis on share voice sentiment byproduct by region by country by network by individual by they produce. I was involved heavily with that industry now. The fourth group the fourth group i think is the one that will deploy so i. I don't think salesforce. And adobe wanna risk breaking the terms of service against twitter and risk that access that they already have in their. Api I don't think they wanna be scraping that content and also risk privacy concerns especially when a democratic administration is very concerned about privacy when it comes to social media as well as on the right hand side of the government as well they're even more concerned about suppression of so i don't think those big giant tech companies Adobe salesforce and oracle to do an ibm want to do that. So i think it's gonna be the fourth category which will be roguish punkish startups that are going to rip the content off with botts at a recording. The information then conduct voice to text analysis. And then do the other things that i already mentioned with sentiment in mining and influence analysis network. So i think it's going to be done under the covers of darkness fair enough and do you believe that the botts will be listed as users and basically some sort of fake user or are they going to be attached to a real users use. The system could be both. I mean there are. People are reporting data out of social audio by using. You know i rig systems and connecting to their ipod to other systems as well and just you know exporting that data. That's already happening.
Social Audio "The Goldilocks Medium" Jeremiah Owyang Analyzes the Rise of Social Audio on Clubhouse, Twitter and More - Voicebot Podcast 195 - burst 02
"I m a technology analyst. I've been doing this for almost twenty years. Attract the new trends. I make sense of what they are. I find the patterns. And i make a prediction about what's going to happen and i did this with a social media era. I did this with the sharing economy era. I did this with the tech wellness space. And i'm doing it again for the social you market. Yeah great all right. So i liked that background. Yo you and. I talked about the fact that you were forced to at one point. And you've been you've been in this game for a long time and people check out your website. We'll have it on the show notes really some interesting graphics you have as well as Materials to understand some of the different trends that are going on today. That are still in full force. But today we're gonna focus on social audio. And i thought maybe an place to start as i as i recall it. You have a couple of hundred thousand twitter followers. So you've you've had a you have a pretty big following already in one social channel maybe multiple. How is clubhouse different from the the preceding social media platforms well Clubhouse is a small and fast growing. It is a walled garden. You know it sucks people in and you don't really come out People spend ninety minutes in there but it is a social network. You have profiles you have a social graph which means people that you talk to and it also means there's a transmission in a A exchange of information in this case. It's real time audio so for you. How is that different from the way. You're engaging on twitter for example. How are you looking at. This is different and What i like to say is that it is the the goldilocks medium for what's needed in. Twenty twenty one and twenty twenty while people are stuck at home In the past we've relied on text messaging And this could be writing and text and our emojis but it really lacks the emotion and the nuance of the human connection. And now that we're stuck separated from each other craving more interaction now on the other end of the spectrum is video ad you might have heard people having zoom fatigue. It's just too much. They have to look good. Does her background look good or the clothes matching. They just don't feel good. People aren't happy in this last year. This has been a rough time so it's just a lot of effort to start a screen camera. That's not even really looking back at. She were that faces. So i press. Flooring is stressful. It's fatiguing it's artificial so in between that is the goldilocks medium and that is social audio and social audio is like what we're doing right now are real time conversation. The key differences. It's just you and me in here and we could do that on a social audio network. We could do that and twitter spaces right now. We can do that potentially on clubhouse well we also there would have the opportunity people would see were in there and we could open up. The room and people could just join and listening to our conversation. We could adam into the conversation. Yes that's right so in social audio versus just a conversation on the phone with two people People you know where people you don't know yet are coming in out of that conversation other conversation. 'cause you know sh spread and share rooms could split off In some cases on some of these social audio apps even conversation goes a synchronous where it's recorded.
"19.5" Discussed on Movin 92.5
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"19.5" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"To see the Rose Bowl emblem on the 50 yard line of 18 T Stadium in our early dinner, But such is life here on a pandemic. Notre Dame currently in 19.5 Point underdog, according to Caesar's William Hill. The only team to beat Alabama outright as a 20 point underdog. Since Nick's Save it arrived in 2000 and 70 B and go, Joe, You got to go to the University of Louisiana Monroe. In savings. First year 2000 and seven They were 24, a half point underdogs. Largest upsets against Alabama since 1978 That was it. 1993. I was. She was a 24 point dog and one you got a 24 point dog with Georgia Tech and 81. Go, Joe, get a 19.5 point underdog with Southern Miss in 1990 brother. It's right on the number. You got hoping you got hope. They'll kept coming up just after 4:20 P.m. Eastern time. We got a good finish guys back to you. Indeed. We do it just the two point game here with Cincinnati. Clinging to a 21 19 lead. Here over the University of Georgia. Great to have you with us here in downtown Atlanta of the game is being played, and Mike and I in our studios in Bristol, Connecticut, 19.5 points that sounds like a mountain overcome. You understand the sentiment after the showing Notre Dame had in the A C C championship game, the way the Alabama offenses looked. All year. That being said no names of quality football team. We can't all the sudden act like everything we saw during the year with some illusion or some barrage in this, they picked a bad spot to play their worst game of the season. They've got the historic stigma they've got to overcome in the modern era. Big games. But this is still a team that we've seen, like our eyes didn't lie to us in big spots throughout the year comes in North Carolina and others where they've been able to overcome and capitalized so that Notre.
Apple iPhone again best tech seller of the year, thanks to the working-from-home trend
"Selling tech product of 2025 for 12? Grown the most most powerful powerful iPhone iPhone ever. ever. Yes, Yes, it's it's Apple's Apple's iPhone iPhone selling selling 195 195 million million units units in in 2020. 2020. That's That's 10 10 million million more more than than 2019. 2019. The The strong strong sales sales of of the phone come in a year when many people were out of work and have less money, but also a year when you needed a device to be able to work remotely. Apple has the next two bestselling gadgets on the annual Yusa Today list. They are in order airpods than the iPad. Amazon's echo comes in at Number four, followed by the Samsung Galaxy. Kyle Cooper Wtlv News. Did you
Coronavirus Update: CDC forecasting up to 19,500 deaths in week ending Dec. 26
"Update. The United States lost a record high number of people. The covert 19 nationwide hospitalizations are also what record highs today we're reporting. 1008 195 new cases of the Corona virus, he announced 34 new death. The three highest days of coed fatalities have been this this week. week. There's There's been been 118 118 death death this this week week sparks sparks stuff stuff Now Now over over 2000 2000 deaths deaths at at 2014. 2014. The The positivity positivity rate rate is is now now 10.7% that Suzanne
Seattle Mayor Proposes $5.6M Plan To Address Trash & Maintenance In City
"Yellow mayor proposing a $5.6 million plan to address the trash and maintenance needs in many parks and public spaces around the area. Mayor Jenny Jerkins office, saying the city has struggled to meet those needs since the cove in 19 pandemic began. Her office cited a rise in trash and illegal jumping, a dip and staffing due to covert 19 protocols and a reduction in volunteer cleanups. Seattle public utilities collected at 195% more waste material in public spaces between July to September than April to June. Jerkins plan requires Council approval.
Typhoon Goni Cuts A Path Of Destruction In The Philippines
"Storm of the year has hit the Philippines, leaving at least 16 people dead and tens of thousands homeless. NPR's Julie McCarthy reports on the aftermath of Typhoon Goni Goni approached the Philippines with sustained winds of 195 MPH, some of the highest on record. Catastrophic winds and torrential rains cut a path of destruction just above the midsection of the Philippine archipelago. Christopher Romero captured the fury in this phone video from Legacy City. In the devastated province of all by across a broad swath of the region, Typhoon Goni snapped power lines right off rooftops and flattened fields of crops. Officials report. At least 22,000 homes were destroyed sheets of rain all but submerged. The 800 family town of Comolli. GE Christian Yap told NPR. Only his father remained to guard the family home watching a river bursting its banks. Yap and his mother evacuated yaps father survived the flooding that inundated their home. But not as badly assault in one area of the water is so intense that only the rooftops of the houses are visible, he said. A community leader. Yap said his town was prepared. Many residents evacuated to local schools in advance of the storm. They have emerged, he said, to clean up the new, deep mud. Goni made landfall in the Pacific facing island of cotton iguanas were all communication has been knocked out. Goni spared. Manila barely grazing the capital before heading west out to sea downgraded to a tropical storm. Forecasters warn that another typhoon what Sahni is forming behind Goni, Julie McCarthy. NPR news
Spider-Man Remastered for PS5 changes a lot, including Peter Parker’s face
"Five. So we know that there's been a lot of drama around the remastered for Marvel's Spiderman, which originally launched on ps four as an exclusive, and we'll be coming as a remastered version for playstation five. This Week INSOMNIAC released a couple of new assets showing exactly what they have upgraded for this version and boy. Oh boy, you would think people would be excited but ladies. People are not excited about this at all and I. was just weird because like it's it's predictable is really what it is officer. Culture. So it's I'm youngin announced that for the remastered version of Marvel Spiderman coming to ps five that it has recast the model of Peter. Parker the announcement about changes in the PS five version not the studio replaced the face of model. John Boonnak with Ben Jordan. The CTO said the Jordan is a much better MAC match for Yuri Lowenthal facials capture movement. So to be clear, Yuri Lowenthal is the voice actor that plays Peter Parker the original model was a man. Named John. Bosniak boob Nick Saban I don't know how to say your name John and then Bend Jordan is now the new model he looks pretty noticeably different to more boyish like the RC Cola version of Tom Holland rights. Gamespot. So I'm going to stop the bureau here for a second so that I can show everybody the side by side comparison of what all three of these models look like. If you guys have missed this and you haven't seen it yet. On. The Internet the Internet? Yes. Let me find it here in our not isis lead all these photos. Thanks. There you go. Okay. So I have up on screen here the three. So we've got the top is the original. Peter Parker on the bottom is the new Peter Parker a completely different person right? Like he's got a cleft to know is that you call it? Yes. He does have a little bit of a cleft Chin the ears are different. The jaw lines different I mean the cheekbones I literally everything different it's. Different people the eyebrows are somewhat similar just better. I mean, yes. The hair is actually quite quite better. I will say they did a much better job and I pull the photo of the Real Tom Holland. The actor, of course who plays fighter man in the Newest iteration of Spiderman. Know Him from. Avengers and obviously all of the spider movies and he of course, is famously cast in the upcoming uncharted film that is yet to be released, which he said is going quite well, which is exciting to hear but I think the reason why I wanted to pull this up because it's very clear that he looks this new model looks a lot more like Tom Holland than old model did this is the actual model Okay. So the actual model looks strikingly like, Tom Holland. Yes. I think they just happened to also really handsome dude. I was like Google guys. Oh hello sailor. You're probably twelve which is unfortunate for me but. He he definitely looks like like some of these pictures he looks like a cross between Tom Hollander Andrew Garfield. Oh Yeah Andrew the field had lighter colored hair in a different nose. Yeah. But he? If. This is him. That looks like townhall in this photo for sure. Nah Face the faces a little different hair think is was throwing the hair definitely look similar. So as you can imagine everybody people on the Internet are upset shocking I know according to Gamespot. The changes led to some complaints from fans of the original Peter Leading Lowenthal the voice actor again to issue a tweet blaming the stupid stupid bones in his face. Apparently, the bones in his face made motion capture animation difficult in a way that I guess only animators would understand. Continuing on the story other changes made for the remastered include a graphics overhaul with improved models and materials ray trace reflections, NBA shadows, true reflections of the buildings and windows. The characters themselves have been modeled with higher fidelity skin. Eye and teeth shakers, teeth, teeth. because. You know you don't teach shares everybody it's very important. I. Mean. It would make sense if you wanted to get them correct and like lighting or whatever sort of situation you know what the look. Weird I mean you don't want that on Kelly uncanny valley either. Either obviously can make or break an uncanny valley moment. supermassive games actually when they're doing with their mouth and then their teeth just look it looks like they go on forever like Thursdays so many. Ramadan so All the teeth are not the same size. So. It's like, yeah. When you look at other people yes you kinda knows it's not like why are like match your face? Remember they're talking like this I like. The loading screens, the low day screens would just it would be as if you were at the dentist with those things that they. Just you look like that. And it's horrifying. Wow. Oh, that'll the hot my dreams tonight outsider. Oh, no. Weird. Now that she has lowered Oliver her hands. So
Target sales surge as Americans lean on big box stores
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U.N. chief say virus causing education "generational catastrophe"
"The head of the United Nations says the covert 19 pandemic has caused the largest disruption of education in history. U. N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres says school's closed and Mohr than 160 of the world's 195 countries. Effecting Mohr than a 1,000,000,000 students. He says At least 40 million Children have missed out on education in their critical pre school year. Terrorist Warren's that the world faces what he calls a generational catastrophe that could waste untold human potential, undermine decades of progress and exacerbate entrenched inequalities.
Anjelika Washington And Toya Turner
"I know right now. I gotta I gotTA. Take a little pause in between because I know right now. There's a lot going on. especially when it comes to the black community and we have the protests were also hit with the pandemic, but for me it's very important to have those little moments where you can take a little bit of escape and you know just the mental health. Check a little break, so this has been my new obsession and I love this, and in particularly because of my guest, because from what may reason I can't figure out how she makes a two piece protective suit with Vibrant Green Goggles Lecue. I can't I'm still trying to figure that one out, but she plays if you don't know. She plays Ben's chapel and also doctor midnight. Spill more secrets as we get into a little bit of the season is out, but I'm Steve. I can get her to give us some more secrets. You also may know from tall girl. I am talking abou the wonderfully talented actress. Anjelica Washington hand how you doing. Yes Can you hear me? You cut out? Yeah. I can hear you. Can you see this this? Guy's ACKNOWLEDGEE. Now. Here work this L. Agai. Perfect right. So I WANNA start off by the top first of all. How you doing just case surviving kitchen technology. We got to repeat it I'm great. No, you're fine, thank you. That was so sweet I just caught you right at the tail end when you're talking about tall girl and I was like Oh my gosh. Yes, I love that Thank you so much. That was so sweet and thank you for somehow thinking I may make my super suit. Suit look cute I mean I'm just grateful I. Have a Su so when the poster came out, I was like I. Don't know how she's making this little cute, but I need retail the to go out retail therapy right now. Try to get this like it was so cute and you don't get to see that all the time like we'll. We'll get into a little bit later. I know, but it's. It was just so cutaway came together I. Oh. My Gosh, thank you I, so appreciate that and yeah skin, too. But I want to start with because you know I always want to start with this question because you never know who's listening who it may help in everybody's stories different, but if you don't mind, just give us a little bit of how you got into acting. How you knew you wanted to add. How did you know how the opportunity of star girl come up where you? Yeah I. Well I got into theater as a little kid, I did my first play when I was eight years old. My mom put me in it as an outlet because I was such a talkative child Going into. Class no that always be looking Joel she's a great student. She just talk so much, so my mom got me. Into! My first play so I could talk more and do that outside of school. And then I got really really obsessed with ulcer chilli-eating, and then when I got into high school. Actually got a D. in drawing and painting. First quarter of my freshman year. Because I feel like he was judging real harsh on my stick figures, but it is only not to stick figures. Come on. No I'm like I'm such a backdrop for it really terrible, but with that being said there like you have do. Something else is another thing you WanNa do and I was like well I daring play eight and I love theater, so I joined the theater program at my high school, and I literally became obsessed with it was like what I eat sleep and breathe and Yeah than the rest is history. And then I begged my parents to you know. Let me start getting into acting and. Eventually they did and I moved to La Right when I turned eighteen. And here we are, the rest is history and as far as the role for star girl goes It was a very normal experience for the most part except for the fact that I had no idea who I was playing, but like I just got. From my agents and It is what it was. I was confused a little bit at the time because at the time. Star Girl Rip the Disney movie was auditioning. He just auditioned for that so. What what's going on and then I? Saw alyx Geoff Johns. I was like. Oh, my gosh, it's it's. It's the comics I had to look up the comment and all that I could not be out who I was because when auditioned the characters name was Rachel and there's no rain anywhere in the car, and there's no Rachel in the show, so I was so confused like who is Rachel Girl and then it's a code name. It's what they do when you like auditioning for. Like Superhero staff like DC and marvel, because you don't want anything to get out, they don't want anything to be leaked. Always WanNa did that well okay? Exactly into and also like onset anyone who came set like my mom came to set my Auntie came to set. They all had to sign NDA's. Like the moment they step foot, not even is a full set just like in the parking lot. You have to India immediately. Everything is like really under wraps really top secret and. Yeah I found out I was GONNA be better chapel, and as really excited. I was so amazed that she has like forcing natural hair. Just like me and I was going to ask you about the, but I'll let you go ahead I. I got a question about that. We what about it, but yeah, it was so exciting for me and so yeah, here we are. The rest is