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"alden" Discussed on The Kicker
"Hi welcome to the kicker. I'm kyle pope editor and publisher of the columbia journalism this week. The continuing hedge fund takeover journalism so this takeover of tribune publishing by alden global capital. Which has sort of been in the works for a while finally happened this week which means that alden continues its march to sort of consolidate the us newspaper business. It now owns more than two hundred publications in the us. In general about half of all daily local newspapers relation in the us is now controlled by hedge funds the narrative around what happens to a newsroom. When it's taken over by hedge funds is now fairly well established. And it's not good jobs get cut coverage gets pulled back and antagonism between the newsroom and its owners grows and grows and grows so i wanted to talk to journalists who are experiencing this from the inside and also talk to them about whether there is any path forward out of this some really be happy to be joined by rebecca larry. The city hartford hartford current and is unit chair for the hartford. Current gil hartford. Current is what newspaper is now owned by all and daniel all is a reporter from capital gazette and is the chair of the chesapeake news. Guild is at the capital also is now on by all in. Thank you both for joining us. Be here then. Give having us so Rebecca when you start with you. Because i've read a lot about what the folks at the current are doomed to try it to sort of generate interest in hartford for alternative ownership to alden and this was going on before the sale was announced this week. But i'm sort of curious. You know in the vein of like what what can be done about this sort of what is happening with those discussions. And how our they're looking in terms of those back and forth between the newspaper and the commune has been really interesting. we have a group of Anonymous investors who were hoping that the the steel alden wouldn't go through they wanted to By the current and they wanted to buy it either with or front. Stuart bingham That's obviously not possible now. But i have spoken with the.
"alden" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible
"Mean. That's what it means to run a deficit to to be constantly running a net negative to have no profit is the are destroying value. But that's basically why. I think and lynn alden hits this really well as there's a lot of different forces at work that prevent the nominal inflation when it comes to the consumer side of things And when she talks about money not making it to main street. This is why you get up. Such lopsided inflation and essentially the metric the. Cpi is tempting only to measure that which is most visible that which is right in front of the average consumer and the idea is. How do we prevent the inflation from getting there but in a sense all of these constant price rises to stock markets stock market healthcare on housing. All of these things. This is inflation. That's that's what is causing this but because that money is not introducing the introduced into the economy. The new money's not introduced in into the economy evenly. It's not distributed among everything even like we're not using the same number of dollars. New dollars created by candy bars as we are to buy houses. Is you get this. Massive distortion in. What the market actually wants. The the attempt to make sense of the value and the proper allocation of resources in the economy is completely just twisted is just poisoned. Because you don't have the same price of money depending on what you were doing or where you are in the economy. The wealthy the financial assets. They have a supply and price of money. That is very very different from the average consumer with consumer prices and that's not because of an explicitly different market that's not because of an actual difference in the supply and demand and the actual productivity of the actual value of these goods. It's because of where they are. And how close they are and how they interact with the mechanisms that create new money in the economy. So you bloat everything near the debt machine and everything near the government machine and they operate as if they are their own economy as if their currency is a different one than what the normal people the average citizen actually uses..
"alden" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible
"Quantitative easing or q. e. occurs when central banks such as the us federal reserve create new money to buy government bonds or other securities. Some people fear that it will cause high inflation or even hyperinflation and that is essentially money printing while others suggest that it has no impact on inflation because the money that is newly created or printed gets locked away in bank reserves rather than ever making it to main street a term for the broad public or that the printed money is otherwise offset by deflationary forces of debt in demographics. Based on history and math the inflationary side of the argument is eventually correct but with a lot of nuance along the way the best in bitcoin made audible. I am guy swan and this is bitcoin. Audible what is up guys. Welcome back to bitcoin audible. I'm guy swan the guy who has read more about bitcoin. Anybody else you know with finally dropping the amazing piece from lynn. Alden.
"alden" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did
"So i'm pretty sure that the grace scale holds the big coined in reserve that support the price if there is such a negative that seems like Seems like a good bye. Because you know you don't own the bitcoin assange but you're essentially buying something that is not being massively valued essentially you're buying something you know. Eighty cents that it costs a dollar now so but it depends on what your purposes for example. I like. I like self taught custody. Bitcoin for example is one of the rows of it for example there are people. See you have a roth. Ira That's an american like a retirement account for example you over to the brokerage You know you can stick. Gtc in your in your roth ira. As as a percentage of your assets and that gives you big when exposure that's tax free And you know so that the gtc used to be a very unattractive vehicle for that because you you basically would be paying like a thirty percent premium over bitcoin to have the privilege of having bitcoin in your roth. Ira now you can buy it at a discount. And it's not the same thing is self cussing bitcoin. Could you have counterparty risk. You have to assume that there's not like some catastrophic Theft of dbt's Bitcoin which is you know. It's it's unlikely but it's it's not other realm of possibility. On the other hand you know for people that have been investing enclosed and funds for while these discounts are not unusual and people are kinda used to arbitraging them And so that's that's kind of approaching that look at that and say you know there are ways that you know g. Btc can do to limit that that almost twenty percent discount doesn't mean it can't go lower. I'd be surprised if a wet below twenty percent for a long period of time. But you know we never had this situation bitcoin before. So it's you know it's possible my overall cases that i think that's the market sending a signal that gbd's fees are too high because back when gb see was the only game in town they could get away with charging fees And having a premium and people are still Pay for that..
"alden" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did
"You can get a bitcoin loan you can borrow against your bitcoin without selling. And if you've registered for the block side credit card which just imminently you will be able to get one point. Five percent rewards back on all purchases in bitcoin. Really fucking cool. If you're interested in checking plow recommend that you do your research and then head of brockville dot com which is b. l. o. c. k. f. I dot com. So the next thing is the long term capital gains tax. A rising to around forty percents I know this isn't particularly popular. You don't think you'll pass through. But do you get some indication here about the direction des the administration's take him rather than whether this policy itself. We'll get through. What do you think they'll be a compromise. And what's really going on. Because it's continual gradual a increase in taxes across the board but a texas really going to solve the economic problems that the us government has right now so in general you know. That's that's a very big jump that they're proposing which is why i think it's it's unlikely to go back to that fifty fifty split You know they'd be a bunch of of You know senators that do not support that large of an increase. My base case assumption would be that they're probably get a a small increase through. They might get you know. Twenty five percent headline corporate tax rate. They might get a bump up to twenty five. Maybe thirty percent Long term capital gains taxes. I doubt they're going to get that forty percent number especially because when you factor on state taxes You know there's some states they'd be over fifty percent off for those And those include some of the some of the blue the blue states And so it's be tricky to get some of their their senators on board or even some of their representatives on board For that increase. I and so the general trend. We're seeing this ministrations they want to Say tax one percent at a higher rates And then they want to provide more more support for for you know Those other programs we talked about like infrastructure or child care services like that and obviously when you have that kind of dynamic you can have that controversy between people of different political parties and kind of you know getting something that through the senate. So it's it's one of those challenging political things..
"alden" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did
"Asa okay so onto the show today one of the interviews four to most every month my our get we. Lynn auden the amazing little wooden now. This was actually mid april. But i couldn't fit in last week. We had a crazy amount shows book ten but the good news. It means. you're gonna get lynn twice month. So in this linen. I get into inflation and with the ridiculous amounts of money printing that we've seen over the last twelve months. Bitcoin has been used as a hedge against inflation. And when i spoke to michael sailor back in october he said this was a massive driver behind micro strategies. Bitcoin purchase now. I know that between money printing and inflation is not black and white and this is something. I was really keen to get into with lynn. How is inflation measured. And what is the market telling us right now. We also wanted to know what real inflation is where it really is showing up. I think perhaps sometimes people can use stats to highlight. That people should be buying bitcoin but perhaps they were new behind some of the inflation numbers. I mean there is no. There is no doubt that we have seen inflation. But i wanted. Linda give me her on it. All as ever is a monster of a show. You know what lens like. She's incredible and i know you're going to love it but if you do have any questions you want to reach out to me you know you can email address. What they did dot com. The rules are always the same a which it will replied everyone. Okay into the show and let speak to later lynn. Hi how you doing pretty good. How are you. i'm very good. I've just had my first vaccine dose nice so if i collapsed during the interview bill gates is one right my favorite hour every month. Levada this loss. I want to you about do want to do a good chunk on inflation. Show that's high on your radar. Not much has happened. Well not just happened with the bitcoin. Price is also folk. It's going up and down but we're fairly flat from where we were but just before we start. What have you been generally looking at. What are you looking at right.
Survey: Americans Could Spend Up to $40B in Stimulus Payments on Bitcoin
"And today we're talking about why americans are poised to spend up to forty billion dollars. Indirect stimulus payments on bitcoin. I however let's do the brief. I on the brief today. We have to do a little price talk. It was another weekend and another milestone. Unless you were dead or completely off the grid you know that. Bitcoin hit sixty thousand dollars. In fact it spent some significant time over sixty one thousand dollars now. The prices subsequently come back down a little bit. There was a set of cascading because people insist on trading with a huge amount of leverage and the popular narrative around the small dip from today is that it's just profit taking and certainly when we've seen such a meteoric rise up it makes sense that that would be the case for me. I don't care so much about the price. But what i do care about and what i find. Interesting is the psychological impact of the price. It took three years to get back to twenty thousand after it was first reached in twenty seventeen. It took just three months from when we hit twenty thousand this time around to jump three x two sixty thousand of course in that sort of extreme scenario. You're gonna have a bifurcated response. They're going to be many. Who see this as validation or even who get off the fence because the asset has proved itself others are going to double triple quadruple down on their frantic critique and man did i notice a lot of boomer macro guys their crap on twitter this weekend. Lynn alden seem to as well tweeting. Bitcoin bear twitter. went from. It's a bubble and dead technology pumped up by tether to america will ban it before it displaces. The dollar is global reserve currency and i support this i e the banning of certain property and literal information rather quickly while regulation and state attacks are a long known risk factor for bitcoin. When bears talk like this about the asset. It ironically sounds more bullish than when bulls talk about it bear starting to view it as that much of a threat as ever. This price can move around quite a bit. But it's certainly does not feel like this area that we're at in the forties and fifties and all the way up past sixty thousand. Feel like mania. It just feels like the consistent and relentless pressure of more people trying to buy a thing that they're just that much of
Wet Notes - 3-14-21
"This is wet notes on scuba shack radio for sunday march fourteenth. Two thousand and twenty one starting off today. I want to give everyone an update on dive magazine. When the pandemic eight last year it caused the magazine to suspend publication and there was a disclaimer out on our website about the magazine. Being on hiatus well. I really liked this magazine. So i went out and check their website and i did not see this disclaimer anymore. So i reached out to the editor. Catherine castle garcia to check on the status. Catherine got back to me and she indicated that they are still in a holding pattern and are aiming to start publication again in the third or fourth quarter this year in the interim catherine and her husband are working on growing their business deeply designs and they are working on a feature length wildlife film. Let's dive training magazine. Hits discreet again. This year i really enjoy that publication. Now for those of us who love going to and diving into caymans. There's hope there. It sounds like they're making good progress down in the caymans on vaccinating population and according to the premier alden mcglaughlin if the cove nineteen vaccine vaccination rates. Keep up at the space. They are thinking that they'll be able to open the borders again in either late april or early may and with the penetration of the vaccine. There won't be any need to quarantine when you're entering the islands now. This is certainly something to look forward to. You don't have to twist my arm to head down. The sunset house where little cayman beach resort in the fight against plastic pollution. Back in february the ocean cleanup which is a nonprofit that was established in two thousand thirteen with the mission of developing technologies. That will rid the world ocean of plastics signed a memorandum of understanding with thailand and that memorandum of understanding was to deploy interceptors in. Thailand's rivers now. Rivers provide the highways for plastics to enter the ocean and intercepting plastics in the river. Before it gets to the ocean is just common sense. But a complex solution the ocean cleanup interceptor program is pretty cool. And they want to expand deployments to the thousand most polluting rivers around the world. Well that's certainly some good news coming out of thailand and hopefully the rest of the world you can check them out on the ocean. Cleanup dot com last week on. Noah's ocean podcast. The show featured another noah program ocean today on this episode. Kurt man discussed what ocean today is all about. Essentially is a series of short videos. That take complex science and present them in understandable one to three minute videos they cover deep sea exploration climate change marine life and more. These videos are thoroughly vetted with scientists to ensure that they get the science right. The videos are also being placed in kiosks at the smithsonian as well as thirty four other locations. I checked out five part series on shipwrecks. Pretty cool check out ocean today. Dot noah dot gov for more while the first quarter edition of alert diver magazine from divers alert network arrived last week. And it's an incredible one hundred pages of information the feature. This quarter include sure diving in monterey bay an article on diving in la paz mexico and an article on the power of american marine sanctuaries in addition to the feature articles. You'll find all the standard stuff. Most of that is in short concise articles. The research education and medicine section is really fantastic. I love going through that. Wanted to short articles also discussed turning tank valves on all the way versus a quarter. Turn back there's so much more to absorb in this publication also. I noted in in the letters to the editor. One of our divers submitted. A letter sent to them about doing pre dive. Safety checks so alert. Diver magazine is a great benefit to your dan membership and finally. I came across an article a couple of days ago titled this net flicks. Original will make you think twice before ordering the fisher today and it was a short article about the new. Netflix documentary called c. Spiracy and that would premiere on march twenty fourth this year. The film will present the urgency of protecting the world's oceans primarily focused on the dire implications of commercial fishing. This documentary was directed by ali to breezy and assistant director. Lucy to breezy. You can go to netflix and search on c. spiracy and watch the trailer in the article. They state that twenty. Four thousand fishery workers die each year while on the job. That's a lot. I just didn't realize how dangerous the fishing industry was now. One of the quotes from the spiracy. Instagram page says this film will radically transform the way we think and act on ocean conservancy conservation forever so mark your calendars and be sure to catch see spiracy on net flicks available march twenty fourth. Well that's it for wet notes for march fourteenth two thousand and twenty one here on scuba shock radio
Schumer and Gillibrand join Democrats urging Cuomo to resign
"Against New York's governor from sexual harassment to verbal abuse. Despite a growing chorus of New York Democrats calling for his resignation, Governor Andrew Cuomo is steadfast that he is not going to resign Late Friday, both of New York senators Chuck Schumer and Houston Gillibrand issued a joint statement saying Cuomo had lost the confidence of his governing partners and the people of New York They joined at least six Team New York Congress members who are urging the governor to step down. BC's Trevor Alden Albany. More folks
"alden" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did
"N. p. o. annexed up his block fly. Now you will remember back before christmas and earlier this year i was telling you about the imminent of their. Bitcoin rewards visa credit card. One now the white list has been open to the public anyone regardless of whether they are blocked by account holder. No is eligible to join so check. This out card users will be able to earn a market-leading one point five percent rewards rate in bitcoin on competences there is a two hundred dollar annual fee. But there's a two hundred and fifty dollars bonus after spending three thousand dollars in your first three months with this card. You're going to be able to stack sats with all your car purchases if you wanna find out more. The head of the block dot com which is b. l. o. c. k. f. I dot com. Okay so into the show and linnet back where we get into all things matt crowther. You'll love and i love lynn. She's amazing and so much with her and so much has happened since last month when we last spoke it seems crazy as only a month ago. But this is how things happen with bitcoin. The last few months have been crazy. I can't even record interviews more than a day or two in advance of the moment as so much is happening. I could record a show a week before. Like i did with christian curls. I had record it again because what happened. With tesla is crazy anyway in the last month. Bitcoin is hit some pretty major milestones festival. The walls the tesla news because smashed through fifty thousand dollars which is massive on. Its own but then a couple of days later it broke through fifty three thousand seven hundred and became a trillion dollar asset class for the first time now one trillion dollars is obviously huge milestone. But the most interesting thing about it. What passing this milestone meant for bitcoin. Now i spoke to travis cling quite a while ago about this and he said to me that on a number of companies who can't even invest in bitcoin until it breaks trillion dollar market cap because at that point it de risk as an investment for them so these institutions. Who brings us wall of money will now start looking bitcoin. And be thinking yeah. We can do this now so look. It's going to be interesting to see how this plays out. We have dropped back down with back down and forty six thousand dollars. So we're gonna have to see how this does play out. I'm bullish you'll bullish. We'll be back over a trillion dollars. Save right anyway. I do discuss all of this. Would lynn ann look feedback on the show. You want to reach out to me. You counts what bitcoin did. Tacoma replied everyone again a lot of emails at the moment like thirty day at the moment which is kind of was so. If i do take a couple days get back to you. I am very sorry about that. Also outside of that head over to defense. We've got a couple of interesting things up there at the moment the most recent show. Which is hacking the brain and also got the trailer for a new series of brittany. Which is all about conservative ships. Also to my newsletter. That's it never edit dot com..
Security chief says Washington, DC ‘must reimagine safety and security'
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"alden" Discussed on Well Made
"Alden wicker welcome back. Thank you for having me again. Fan favorite back on the show people. If they haven't listened to our first episode. It was gosh. I think april or may of last year and we're just kind of you know understanding what the whole pandemic was going to do. It's been a little while now almost a year so it's really nice to catch up. I've been following up on your your stories in various places and it seems like you invested a lot in in your website. Echo called over the past six to twelve months is what's been keeping you busy. Yeah that's a good question. And thank you for noticing. There's a lot of contributors now. It's not just you. It seems like there's all kinds of people working on it. Yeah it will that. It was started by i had. I had one person who's doing everything. And then she sent me into a panic last spring because she said oh. I don't wanna make content anymore I thought oh no okay all right. So i'm gonna. I'm gonna need to find a person to write my content but then i got so many amazing applications that i ended up building out an entire contributor stable And it was really cool. Because i i have contributors who who really represent a diversity of viewpoints like we have someone who is chinese. We have someone who is of south asian descent. We have someone who is dominican. So it's it's been really good to have all of their different viewpoints and languages and experience brought onto the team now. You have always been kind of more freelance writing for a lot of different publications. Yeah yes. I've always been balancing growing the website with a freelancing you know up until the pandemic it was getting really hard to balance both of them. I was like most people who are entrepreneurs where i was just doing too much. They're also starting to interfere with each other a little bit in terms of lake goals and audiences and ethics even so i was already thinking before the pandemic started Something's gotta give..
Hedge Fund With Links To Boston Herald Offers To Buy Chicago Tribune
"And hedge fund, Olden Tribune's largest shareholder, has offered to buy the rest of the newspaper publisher at a price that values it at $520.6 Million Tribune published his nine major daily papers, including the Chicago Tribune. Alden Controls a major U. S publisher. Newspapers include The Denver Post, Orange County Register and Boston Herald has a reputation for layoffs and intense cost cutting even beyond the newspaper industry's overall turn in that direction, and the unions at Tribune Papers have pushed for alternative buyers for the company's
Alden Global Bids for Control of Chicago Tribune
"Finally today, hedge fund Alden Global Capital said today it had offered to take full control of the owner of the Chicago Tribune in a deal that values the company of $520.6 million. All been known for its hostile takeover bids of publishing companies as a stake of 32% in the Tribune Publishing company.
Hedge fund Alden offers to buy Tribune, valuing it at $521M
"Hedge fund that owns a big stake in Tribune Publishing is reportedly seeking to buy the newspaper chain behind titles including The Chicago Tribune in New York. Daily News. The Wall Street Journal reports Alden Global Capital could disclose an offer for the company as soon as today. In all Tribune publishing overseas nine larger market daily papers, including the Baltimore Sun, as well as the Capital Gazette in Annapolis. There's been pressure for the Sun and gazette to be sold to a local
"alden" Discussed on Sound Behavior, How Celebrities Are Born, Host Don Crosby
"Stuntman named joe. Hart venture me and this guy was just One of the most tops. Come in at the time said. There's a real stuntman. These guys used to crash their horses. And all they dig up dirt. They didn't have investigated padding and the wire work amazing they just did real life practical stints. You know what you're talking about here is the The substance of greatness and What i love is change. The podcast over to some behavior house are born because i kept talking with people and hearing their stories and always learning something so profound of things that are we go so fast and life john that we we miss a lot of the the value of of what other people have accomplished and done. And and just to hear you about your mentors and the places and stuff is just. That's the kind of stuff that you know that nobody can take away from you. Where you i will say this I was never the greatest statman. And i don't even know how did i was. I was blessed to be able to do it. I had to do i. I learned very young. Don t not like. I said earlier i was learned very not to raise your hand. Involuntary for volunteer for anything and not to do something. You can't do more than once and That was probably one of the key. Takeaways that that i caught. I didn't catch a few other things but You know that was one of the key. Takeaways that i took but my greatest activate i think was There's a thing called. Dane the dirt in. Its very famous now. It's by red bullets. A big grand prix race to start meant starting back in the nineties late nineties and I was involved in doing it. And i was writing the stuntman association and i remember one day i was In the pits. And i was acting like i was taking some stuff. News sociation Merchandise wanted this guys as being. Sorry watch it means that john. Alden mr tiger prude. i don't think so. That was the greatest compliment i've ever had in my life..
Dallas Cowboys can’t find trade partner, release Poe, Worley
"And on Wednesday morning it was first reported by NFL network that the cowboys were going to cut AKA release d'oro early Dante Poe if they did not find trade suitors before the day was over well guess what there were. No sooners no. Trade. Was To be had the Dallas cowboys wound up releasing both Ontario and early and so the cowboys free agency class does not live. Great. Obviously, Joe McCoy got hurt and was released again a little bit of a particular issue there ha ha Clinton dix didn't even make the team for the regular season obviously Everson Griffen was traded Darryl Worley Dante repoed the latest cuts moist Kennedy opted out. I it is rough. The cowboys did bringing Alden Smith Oh in free agency and that history paid off Greg or line was a member of the free agency class, and maybe you feel good about that it to the watermelon king I suppose but. This. This is where the cowboys are at their purging they're reading. Obviously the NFL trade deadline is next week but due to covid protocols. Teams are moving a little bit more quickly than some might have originally expected but that is the
Protesters erupt in Kyrgyzstan after parliamentary election
"For the parliamentary election to be annulled because of fears of vote rigging. Of broken into parliament, trashed the offices and apparently thrown an awful lot of paperwork out sort of falls like snow. It's lying all over the place in front of the parliament building. Parts of the building also appeared beyond fire in video circulating flashes come amid allegations of vote rigging in last Sunday's election, directed against President Surround by Gin Beach golf. On DH following the vote, only four parties out of 16 past the 7% threshold for entry into parliament. Three of those parties have close ties to the president. That's the nub of the issue joining us now from the capital. Is Caroline Eden, who has written extensively on the area and is there in place for us now, Caroline. Thank you for joining us. I mean, it's funny seeing the pictures of the protesters basically pulling the railings back and forth and back and forth. I remember seeing almost identical pictures a few years ago, when the previous well it was a revolution. Is this a rerun of the same kind of thing? One of the Out of the tensions that are coming out in society Now, what was really interesting was how quickly this escalated. So it's the same square that you're seeing the city from the Ality Square in central Fish cake. The last two uprisings were in 2005 and 2010. I went along to the protests about four o'clock yesterday. After name on by eight o'clock, things have escalated dramatically. From the point of view. It was you felt it was time to leave. Did you? Did you mean Sometimes the atmosphere is described as a celebration? Was it uglier? So about 44 30. I was there, and I should have taken some video footage on DH watching people waving flags and making speeches on it was sort of tense, but it was okay. Barry is the starting scallop around allergies for eyes watching my phone on and I could see some people were tweeting about rightfully starting to stifle. About a block away, and I thought it's probably a good time to leave. It's a brilliantly sky. Lovely Autumn day, I walked back to my apartment about 10 minutes away from the main square. Andi and this this sort of carried on and on and on. And now the president has urged the opponents to stop public protests. This from the BBC team the moment but he's also said I've ordered security forces not to use firearms. What happens now? The demands of fairly clear they want a rerun of the election. Some politicians as I understand it. Saying Yes, we will rerun the elections. But there's also reports again from the BBC of demonstrations in support of the president elsewhere. So are we seeing once again the split in Kyrgyzstan demographics, the split in society coming to the fore. It's definitely a split, and there are protests and rallies happening in other cities around the country. There is nobody in power at the moment. There's sort of no interim nothing in the Internet. Nothing Forthcoming. We don't really know what's going to happen, but I think what was shocking last night was how quickly things escalated how violent it was so by eight o'clock the sky was flashing on and it was a sort of sound of stun grenades and tear gas on DH. Dumpsters on a sort of street behind me was still smoldering. Eight o'clock this morning. There was probably no live ammunition. But I saw cartridges this morning that a friend of mine Believe probably had metallic bull projects. Alden and the police were using It was extremely violent, and it went on all night. It sort of only calm down about 5 30 this morning, Things went bit quieter, but you know, men running through the streets of patterns. Very, very wild. Very quick, Right. Do the opposition have a figurehead. I mean, there's the call, for example, to release Political prisoners is not quite clear from the reports that we've been seeing here about whether anyone has been let out of jail. But there are people who regarded as political prisoners at the previous president is still sort of in play as a figurehead as well. Does the opposition have a demand beyond the rerun of the election or a figurehead that it can coalesce around? I think it's really unclear at the moment. I mean, what was what was crazy last night was not only that the White House, the presidential building was very contention. Storm disease. He mentioned it start in parks but replace those protesters inside. Thie imprisoned former president Almazbek Survive was also sort of freed. So I think everybody's from the national security unit size and everybody's going to be wondering what's going to happen with him, But it's sort of very uncertain at the moment and will be very interesting to see what happens. In the next 24 48 hours here. The city itself is sort of shuttered, where I am really in the censor people this morning. It very tired and anxious in the past year were littered with These empty cartridges on DH. I think there's just a lot of confusion. Eyes very, very complicated. The political situation here, Caroline listen many, many thanks indeed. Do stay safe as well.
"alden" Discussed on Slate's Working
"Think. Hurry. Thing I can't do. It's like in Rafiki when they can't make any noise while breaking the safe exactly exactly and I must say I shot that scene very badly. I every time I look at the movie I think Oh, I just blew it. What makes you say that? I kept moving the camera with him, which accentuates motion. I should have gotten up close with a wide, Angle Lens and not moved at all and not had a background like we love that Shark tank in the background the problem is it makes it look like he's moving faster than two inches the second. I should have put them against a absolute neutral back around wide. Angle Lens minimize the Movement and then you would have felt like he's not really moving fast I look at that and I think he's moving too fast. Even, the shot of the feet, which is my feet in his shoes and I was trying to go slowly as I could it's really hard to do. So you were his walking stunt double I was Bob Redford's foot double. You have worked in a variety of different jobs you've been you've been a journalist you've been a both a writer and director in film and TV, you've directed documentaries for nightline. In all of these different positions are there parts of the process the kind of stay the same no matter. What are there certain things that you cling to as you move from job to job certain values or ideas about approaching creativity? It's all storytelling. Storytelling in different media with different tools, but it's all storytelling and to me the key storytelling is. Tell the truth and don't bore people. It's not that complicated and when in doubt and often swimming in doubt I, just try to. Bring my focus back to that. What's the essence of what I'm trying to say is there a more interesting way of saying what can I cut away so that I don't bore people with too much details I'm sure I'm doing on this show when I was in college working at the local TV station news director named Decker was great man and a great journalist, and he would always you look at copy I written he would say who cares And I would answer the question he would say, don't tell me put it in the copy. And I've never forgotten. That is I. Always have to remind yourself someday someone's going to be watching this or listening to it. And it has to be clear to them why they should care. And I think that's at the heart of good storytelling. Will Phil Alden Robinson thank you so much coming on the show and talking with us about your process. It's great pleasure. Thank you very much..
"alden" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
"One of the things we'd love to do with the show is help solve your creative problems whether it's a specific challenge about your work or. How about inspiration and disciplined send them to us at working at slate dot com, and even when we come, we'll put those questions to our guests. Welcome back to working. Now, let's return to Isaac's conversation with Phil Alden Robinson. You know part of what really makes the movie work for me is just how clear the characterizations are. It's not that they're one characters, but each character has kind of one big thing and we keep returning to it whether it's Martin Bishops Record or. Decrease leave the CIA mother played by Dan Ackroyd has always needle increase with various conspiracy theories so that by the end of the movie when he just.
Pregnant woman shot in NE Houston Jack in the Box robbery
"Looking for the gunman, who opened fire on a pregnant Jack in the box employee last night happened in the drive through off Little York and Alden Westfield customers this morning were shocked to hear it. Just the time that I'm guessing Labour hard at and do stupid things. Official. I'm pregnant. Just give you the money. If my life is worth a lot more than money, I would just give it to you. They spoke
Why We Need International Students
"And. We've been planning to do an episode on national students visas and the education system for the past few months. It seems like an underreported topic that people should know more about, but then it became part of the news. Students. Who the schools plan to online only classes in the fall, we'll have to transfer or leave the country or face possible deportation several prestigious American universities are now suing the trump administration the trump administration back down but I don't think it's the end for what we might save from this administration. You could be forgiven for thinking that student visas classic partisan issue in American politics liberals pushing for cultural diversity in a more open society while conservatives warn of dangerous to national security American jobs. But the real story is quite different for decades Republicans and Democrats agreed that a steady pipeline of the world's best minds into American. Universities is essential for our economy innovation and competitive advantage. But the rest of the world it was a system that largely worked. The trump administration has taken a different perspective and the pipeline of international students in into American businesses, hospitals and research facilities has begun to constrict as this happens other nations have begun picking up the slack. I'm Gabrielle Sierra and this is why it matters today international students and American competitiveness under threat. All right. So I'm a student in another country. Why do I want to come to school in the United States? I mean if you look at the list of the world's one, hundred best universities more than half of those are in the United States you know if you come here and you graduate with a degree from top American University, that's worth a tremendous amount throughout your life. My name is Edward Alden. I'm a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations I'm also the Ross distinguished visiting professor at western Washington University in Bellingham Washington. All is a leading voice on immigration innovation and US competitiveness. He spends a lot of time studying the contributions of immigrants to the US economy. secondarily, even if you're not coming to the best institutions in the United, states has a global reputation as a dynamic innovative place, and if you were a talented ambitious foreign students, it's a place you wanna be mean finally education is in English and English remains the universal language of business. So. To the extent that you come out from an American education with a strong grass with the English language. That's something also going to be very helpful in your life. There are liberal arts colleges, their research institutions, institutions, large and small that can cater to many different types of learning and covering many different styles. My name is extra Brenner. Director and CEO OF NAFTA THE ASSOCIATION OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATORS So, bright soon around the world know they can come here and get a great education, and perhaps the most exciting things is the dynamism of the American classroom. That is very rare that idea of having an interactive classroom where students and professors are talking to each other where the learning is shared it's not just the professor lecturing I'll tell you as someone who is a former professor I, love that environment and indeed it something where we even put out a publication on introduction to the American classroom to help students get used to the idea that they will have to defend their ideas. Okay. so you decide you want to come to school in the US how does the system actually work? What are the options for getting a visa? Well you need to be admitted to the university that you wish to attend. So that's the same thing in American student would face. You have to apply to the university and right your admissions essay all the things that American students do when they want to attend a university. So if you are admitted than you need to apply for what's called an F. One student visa, the visa does not allow you to remain in the United States permanently does not allow you to work for income with some exceptions while you're in the United States temporary visa that permits you to come here and study. Alongside the F one, there are also J. One visas and a few other lesser known options together they account for roughly one point, one, million foreign students in the US for anyone who's done it or help someone do it? You know that apply to college is not easy even with some assistance from family or a guidance counselor. For an international student, it also means traveling to an embassy or consulate in their home country and going through a meticulous and costly process to get a visa. And, it isn't as though they get to breathe a sigh of relief once they're accepted or even after they arrive. For many students may be their first time out of their home country. Maybe their family has all saved up their money to send the bright child to the US that's a big commitment by the child in the family when they get to the United States, their institutions, of course, comply with the law and some people may not realize but every international student is actually in effect tracked by institution and there is an official. At each institution that has to know where that student is and be able to file documentation on them. So unlike any other visitor to the United States business travelers only international students are actually recorded and tracked with that level of detail. So the student has a lot of obligations a lot of costs and their institutions have additional obligations as well. It's a big commitment of very big commitment, but it's a life changing
MLB Marlins Coronavirus Outbreak, Plus Dodgers v. Astros Rivalry
"Alden how you doing? I don't know what I am right now. You and a lot of folks in and around Major League, baseball because while last week the League got off to a mostly successful start minus von Soto test. The last forty eight hours have been difficult. Things have been chaotic. And you and I are talking right now on Monday afternoon and we know that eleven Miami. marlins players in two coaches have tested positive for coronavirus. I mobile postponed the MARLINS oils game as well as the Yankees. Phillies game that was slated for today because the phillies played Miami over the weekend in were potentially exposed. Alden, the League's owners meeting today to discuss the outbreak. What came out of that? Woman. I tell you the big thing that didn't come out of that. In that is that there were no serious discussions yet about the possibility of cancelling this season, which was obviously the question that came up on everybody's minds when they see sort of an outbreak like this, take place. What happened with the Marlins in Philadelphia was just a reminder of how fragile this season is. It's a reminder of the fact that Major League. Baseball is trying to stay to season in the middle of an escalating public health crisis in a country that obviously hasn't been able to corral the corona virus. Any little one thing can send this season spiraling. But the one thing Meena you kept hearing when baseball got back, and the positive cases were lower than people anticipated, and there started to be a little bit of optimism about a spots. Chances of actually making this happen for one thing you can make being reminded of was at once. The season began layers were going to start travel. They were GONNA go on the airport. Security you're going to get on planes? They were GONNA. Stay on, hold stay in hotels and the complications of actually making this work. We're going to be incredibly more difficult than it was. When those guys were just in their own home, cities were already seen that be really difficult, and it is only the first four days of the season. There's a lot that starring about this including number of tests, but especially jarring is the revelation that the marlins players after learning about the positive tests decided in a group chat apparently. To play. They let the phillies now. And then the phillies also decided to play, and apparently that was sufficient. Does that surprise you? I think what's interesting about. This isn't like the sensibilities of Clare's or sort of the tenants that players hold onto. Don't necessarily apply situations like it's what I mean by. That is that athletes always operate under this mantra of suck it up? Play through injury clay. Hart show up every day. Do the best that you can do and when you're talking about a public health crisis when you're talking about the coronavirus pandemic in a situation where this virus spreads so easily. Those sensibilities don't apply here. They've been operating under a similar mindset like this their entire lives. It's what sort of made them great in their at their sport, which is just. Suck it up and play in. Get on with it, and that's why it can't be their decision. Major League Baseball at the very least, and at most a third party is going to have to intervene in this in these matters, because if not. This is going to continue despite a web, this season is going to be compromised and even worse. The pandemic in this country is going to get even worse.
"alden" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Though some arbitrary awards to this film best performance in the film? Would you give the? Air I mean you just meet? She's phenomenal. and. Who else is great in it? Seemed like every glory, grahame yet. She's great. Often playing nap. Part is movies like she plays then Oklahoma. but yet Jimmy. Stewart in this and. You can point to just so many different moments or so incredible I also small award goes to the silent bodyguard of Mr Potter I. Don't think ever speaks. His presence. Best seem favorite scene in the film. It's sexual movie. where I really could name, describe like seven scenes, but I think you gotta say the end because what you get at the end of that movie as a just a more powerful. Than most. is there a favor again are all part of like it's all part of the vernacular now, but is there a line that resonates with you? Want on yourself quoting over the years any limping along stuck out to me last time I I watched it was. I'm going to jail is wonderful. At the. End and he said something like isn't burt. I'm going to prison. Isn't it great and like that's where you get to me like this deeper sense of the film is that? Sort of you know? To Go back to star wars in Joseph Campbell in that work. Not, stars itself with the work of Joseph Campbell and ensure he was writing. About is kind of Yes to life is yes this acceptance and saying yeah, let's see what happens to your right even and especially when it is what you pre configured and that line felt. Emblematic that. Have someone screaming with joy like yes, I'm going to prison is just the same, yes, and embracing of life This is probably sacrilegious. Even asked should there be a remake or sequel it? It's got it actually. There was a radio play version which I think Jimmy Stewart Donna. Reed were in there, having some kind of TV remake reduce. What do you think Steven Segal calls you up and says Alden I have this great new reboot I WANNA do. It's wonderful life or you might George Bailey what he'd think well. It's Stephen as.
"alden" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Prepare. Your is humans. Happy? Sad confused begins. Today on Happy Second Confused Alden Ehrenreich on Grief World a future Han Solo and it's comfort movie. It's a wonderful life. Hey, guys Josh Horowitz welcome to another edition of happy, said confused. We have guests this week. All the Ehrenreich someone that I've had the privilege of talking to for the. Over the years, but never on the PODCAST, and similarly he's a he's had an interesting beginning to his career, coming up with the likes of Francis, Ford Coppola and Warren Beatty directed by those luminaries, and then of course, starring in his own star were someone couple of years ago and now he's back two years later with his own show on Peacock Peacock Sammy. Do you know peacock is yeah? Everyone does what is it? It's the NBC streaming. Streaming Service Platform. You're so plugged in to streaming services. Now it's my thing. I Do Okay do subscribe to do you just that's exactly what happened with Qube. Princess Bride yes. We talk about that? What my God! I have never enjoyed anything more in my life. Some context Jason Bateman. Noted filmmaker decided to launch a kind of a recreation of the princess bride in ten different parts with a bunch of celebrity friends. and. It's just word for word, recreation, low or low rent like think, be kind rewind, Michelle country style of. Their phones exactly and it's all benefiting. Food Banks. That sounds right some great. Dress exactly. And it rolled out over ten days on Qube and. Yes and actually I'm with you. I ate it up. It's. I want them to do other movies I'll tell you I had one. Problem with it okay. Bandy I would love that. Man.
Chicken Industry Executives Indicted on Price-Fixing Charges
"Justice department says executives from pilgrim's pride and Claxton poultry conspired to fix prices and rig bids for broiler chickens from at least twenty twelve to twenty seventeen the first executives to be charged in a long running investigation of price fixing in the industry could face ten years in prison and a one million dollar fine Terry Alden or ABC
Houston - Montgomery County reports twenty new cases for a total of 370
"But Gummer county reporting it seven cobit nineteen death the woman in her eighties who lived at the conservatory at Alden bridge senior complex in the woodlands five of the seven Montgomery County deaths were elderly people from that complex overall Montgomery County reports twenty new cases for a total of three hundred and seventy with ninety nine recoveries
Houston - Shelter-in-place issued for Woodlands retirement community after 12 residents test positive for COVID-19
"The children place was issued for the conservatory at Alden bridge that's a senior living facility in the woodlands and facility has a dozen cases of the virus Houston area hospitals say they have enough medical supplies for now including eight hundred thirty six adult ventilators and more than eighteen thousand available hospital beds
Garden as refuge with Ken Druse
"Kind of an eerie juxtaposition out the window and unfair days outside when we can go outside right now unfolding beauty and innocence. You know tiny bulbs plump Little Buds and the headlines. Hourly and daily so You know I wanted to backtrack about what gardening means tests and sort of what brought us to it. What brought you. How long have you been gardening since I was very young house was a teenager and I started with indoor plants and got really turned on and then when I went to college in Rhode Island I was kind of close to Danielson Connecticut which is where low Geez is and you know I was thinking about all this stuff and I think that shopping has a lot to do with my acquisitive NECE and interest in? You know seeing the new plant finding new plant thing will there? Also incredible and shopping online is something you can do now so really well. So you're GONNA be spending some money and when you you said you were a teenager and so forth. What did it besides these sort of amassing a collection? That sort of instinct. That you apparently had Was there some other escapism or something else that brought you to it or you know. I don't know I don't want to project too. I mean I can tell you mine but I just you know I don't know I I know I have a need to nurture and I just love. It's so exciting to see you know. It seems like slow-motion in most cases but to see a plant grow and thrive or something from seed that sometimes. That's pretty fast and from sea to in your case edibles. It's a miracle and to participate in that it it. I'm thinking how heartwarming it is. And that's it's you know it's a boost. Then it makes you. It makes you think about tomorrow. Yeah Yeah I mean for me. I was in my twenties and I mean you know the story most of my listeners. Know Story You know as my twenties. My father had died the next year. My mother was forty. Nine was diagnosed with early onset. Alzheimer's disease I don't even think they called it that at that time but that was the idea and so there. I was called home for my to cover my widowed mother and that unfolded this strange time in my young life and I was close to home to stay close to home during the day. I had a job at night. Someone else came and care for her at night. And what are you GONNA do? I mean as I say you can only watch so much daytime. Tv When you're twenty four twenty five years old and so I got a garden book. As someone gave me Crockett's victory garden and I would seem sad expression. Victory Gardens seems appropriate right now and I you know and I just started doing the stuff in it like I started going to the local garden center and whatever it said I just bought those seeds or that plant or just did these crazy experiments and obviously killed most of the things in the early going. You know I didn't know what I was doing. But that was my entree was during a very dark time and my my younger life So it's been a refuge for me You know number of times it seen me through. I have often said my gardens has saved me many times so I find I'm thinking of spending more time outside because I can't go at the moment And all of my vents. I'm sure like yours have been postponed at least through. May and I'm sure through June and whatever as well Are you thinking of doing more are you? I'm trying to assign myself some projects things I've put off because usually I have garden visitors and I can't make a mess and leave the mess there for weeks while I you know do a Jew Be Greenwich Ovation or something. I'm thinking well. This is the time Margaret. Nobody's coming right well. We we already talked about me shopping. I haven't really gotten that into that but I probably will usually I shop for something because I see something and then I track it down online and then that leads me. Oh they have a minimum order. Oh and then there's five plants and you only wanted one and then there's shipping savings if you buy forty nine dollars for the plant's not that. I've ever done that but I it's almost time for me to spruce up the house plans and that's something. I can do something I should do. You know do a house plant Rehab. I every day I run to light cart to see who's changed or what seed has sprouted. Miracle never tired of that miracle so there there's that Planted some perennials. Yesterday that came in the mail and they were dormant. How so that's happening already in? That's going to continue. I got a Beirut Cherry tree that I'm growing pot I don't know why right well but whatever gets you through. I mean I think right so you said I loved. You said WHO's changed. You went to the light cart To look at your all your little babysit who. You didn't say what she said. Who and I think of them. The same way to plants are not some inanimate objects some it right. You know I think of them as as as who not one but so you said House Plant Rehab. So this is a time for that and we have time. 'cause we're home and we have time to notice and we can. That's a good suggestion for me. Because a lot of years. I get so hectic. Try and get ready for the open gardens. I don't do my repotting of those house plants on their way out the door for the summer or do you know what I mean. I skip it. So that's a really good one when they're on their way out which is late usually mid. May and wouldn't it be great to for me to clean the leaves with a sponge and a little couple of drops dish soap in accord of warm water? And just clean off the dust but also some of them get a little city mole alden. There's all sorts of insects that can actually be removed with a sponge in a tiny bit of soap and water so The things that have ever removed most of the house plants and things that have firm leaves like citrus and Camelia. If you grow things like that and philodendron which you can go anywhere some philodendron. I put my hand under the leaf than just rub the top brush sponging were almost everything comes right off. The plants look so much better and then they say thank you. Yeah Yeah 'cause I mean. Spending a winter indoors is not really their thing. And all that unseen dust that moves around in the air with The heating system when heating systems on in any house right. And you find that fine dust like my clive is all have that by this time of year and they need a nice Tending you so you have you have a Camelia You Grow Hoyas don't you? I I do. There's one at the kitchen window and luckily that's very close the kitchen sink because the plant small enough. It'll go right in the kitchen sink and get washed off there or you have the climate as you. Probably take him to the shower. Yeah I do I do but Yeah but the hoyas. I've never grown them. I've grown them somehow as needed greenhouse. And well we can talk about what they are. They used to be part of the milkweed family but I think they've separated them now but they're semi succulent. They have thick leaves. They're pretty slow growing except in the spring when they kind of shoot. I have one wonderful one called Hoya Carey. I and I started with one leaf in a pot and it stayed that way for about five years. Want an apart- many years ago and then all of a sudden it just exploded a now. It's a very big viney plant. I have it on a a wreath circle. You know stuck in this well. It's a long story but I wound round and round and it has beautiful flowers when it blooms in the summer and it has heart shaped leaves. I have another one that has purple flowers. They don't flower very often. And it's important not to trim eight trim where the flowers come because it blooms on Spurs Kinda like an apple tree and it'll bloom over and over again on the same spurs so you have to not cut those dead head so to speak to the flowers and their fragrance almost all of them and if you do cut it or it will bleed white. Latex like a lot of succulents and milkweed male creates right. Right right
Trump becomes presumptive GOP nominee after sweeping primaries
"But it A. B. C. news projecting that the former vice president will win the Illinois democratic primary as well as the democratic primary in Florida A. B. C. news is also projecting that president trump will win Republican primaries in Florida and Illinois and that he now has enough delegates to be considered the GOP's presumptive presidential nominee ABC news political analyst Matthew Dowd says he would tell Bernie Sanders to think of the crisis it's now gripping the nation the covert nineteen outbreak should he go and three tonight Sanders advising him I'd tell him it's time to give a speech it's time to say we can fight this out we could keep going but we're in the midst of this pandemic and it's time to unite the party it's time to unite the country hi is primary was also supposed to be today but the secretary of state has postponed it due to the threat of the covert nineteen outbreak governor Mike DeWine says he wants to re scheduled for June second Dario Alden or
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"alden" Discussed on WTVN
"I'm Terry Alden or it wasn't too long ago that economists were wondering when we might see a thirty thousand Dow will now the index is down two thousand point over the past two days tumbling eight hundred seventy nine more today on continued worries over the novel coronavirus ABC's Dr Nancy Meissonier says with the covert nineteen virus now spreading from person to person it's just a matter of time before it happens in the US location reported community spread now include Hong Kong Iran Italy Japan Singapore South Korea Taiwan and Thailand Congress now rushing to approve several billion for research and prevention Andy field ABC news Washington MasterCard and United Airlines joining a growing list of companies warning the virus could impact their finances chief market strategist art Hogan with national security says there could be more to come right now since we're not at that point where we think the bad news is peak markets are probably going to be looking at economic activity that is not just both of the first quarter but into the second quarter as well but he adds that this too shall pass a big change at the Walt Disney company change effective immediately Bob Eiger will still leave Disney but the CEO duties will go to Bob JPEG who most recently was head of Disney parks the goal was for me to turn over the day to day management of the company to Bob and free me up just to basically focus on the creative side in a conference call with Wall Street analysts Eiger said now that the twenty century fox acquisition is over in Disney plus is launched the time is right to start grooming his replacement change that will report tiger who's expected to stay on until his contract is up at the end of next year Disney is the parent company of ABC news J. Symington's an ABC news Hollywood in one hour from now seven democratic presidential hopefuls will debate in South Carolina a federal judge hearing arguments on whether to grant Roger stone a new trial based on president trump's friend and campaign adviser claims of juror bias you're listening to ABC news a seventy four year old Aurora man is facing charges in the Feb of more than seven hundred thousand dollars from the VFW post prosecutors say Dan Molnar had complete control of the postbank accounts and use that access to tamper with a lottery machine and road improper checks about half of the three hundred fifty men suing Ohio State University over the sexual abuse allegations involving Dr Richard Strauss want the judge to resume their lawsuits saying that the university has refused to engage in productive settlement talks recreational marijuana supporters planning to launch an effort to legalize pot at the ballot box they see jobs reports a group of medical marijuana growers is leading the coalition to get a constitutional amendment on the November ballot backers of the proposal say anyone twenty one or older could bite possess or smoke up to one ounce of pot and grow six marijuana plants for personal use the group expected to file petitions with the attorney general's office later this week I'm a few drops in the campaign would need about four hundred forty three thousand valid voter signatures on petitions from about half of Ohio's eighty eight counties to get on the ballot this year police are warning a Strongsville community and others about telephone scams that are making the rounds callers are claiming to be Amazon or social security employees in an effort to still residents personal information anyone who gets a suspicious call should not answer it and report to the Ohio Attorney General a Cincinnati city councilwoman and president pro tem has been arrested on federal fraud bribery and extortion charges forty two year old Tamayo Denard was released this afternoon and will be in court March sixteenth for hearing Denard is accused of trying to sell her votes on issues and received fifteen thousand dollars last year more news listen to the daily dive the big news stories explained not shouted listen to the daily drive each day on the I heart radio app or wherever you get your favorite podcasts I sandy Collins.
"alden" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
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"alden" Discussed on Startup Financial News
"I love i love it very fitting on i think it's national puppy days very fitting but it is it is okay that's okay you said you definitely had good timing there but no all we're going to follow drop pretty closely we're going to definitely have you back on the program definitely gonna want hear some progress for it and if it's a good sign i mean your friends in name i guess if you will dropbox just went public today so who knows maybe alden and drop or the next big company to make you don't maybe us together we'll tackle this problem that we see going on so hopefully that's where everything goes hand but you know all the once again thank you so much for being on the program but not only for being on the program you know once again just for sharing everything that you so willingly shared i on linked in with over two million people and now here on our show which you know i know is the focus it's tough topic to cover so i can't even imagine you know how difficult it is for someone to share that experience first hand so again just a very genuine warm heartfelt thanking all we cannot wait to have you back on absolutely sounds good may take all right so folks that is episode one eighty four of started financial news today is march twenty third two thousand eighteen i'm your host julian meyer that was your guest host alden morris and you can find out more details on everything we discussed in this program as always in the show description so folks have a wonderful evening of wonderful weekend if you're an entrepreneur that is just working on the weekends welcome to the start of your workweek we'll be right back with you here on monday for another episode of sf in.
"alden" Discussed on Filmhaus
"Does the voice probably someone bears and walruses and stuff yeah all sorts of things and like a a lucas arts sound designer yeah it's not alden ehrenreich going subtitles way would you out of the disney movies rank this one so we little oh full disney stall wars where would you rank come that's a tough one i can do it i do it but this at the top i think yeah i i mean i enjoyed seven eight i didn't love them rogue one was really fun but as i told you guys i i've had bad viewing experience every time i need to watch it on my own tv i want you to watch it with the dude who sat behind you oh yeah during world war torquing i'm gonna go rogue one silence force awakens lost of starting with your favorite actually i don't i don't have enough love for all of the stuff to rank them that way like i enjoyed i've enjoyed all of the ones all of the new ones i've seen again i haven't seen eight so like they're all pretty good to me i don't know yeah i have the same kind of dilemma 'cause it feels like seven and eight are kind of like an a different category being like saga movies but mad but this one was silly lighthearted and fun like there's some really cool stuff in rogue wine like the whole third act is insane and i love that but didn't they feel more all wars ot than i will felt fun like i felt like a kidding yeah yeah this like it felt like a star wars movie bill a different kind of star wars movie which was which was amazing like it was just it felt like it was in that universe and like i felt that way with force awakens sue but that was like probably more just nostalgia stuff the problem with force awakens though is to me the loss jet i hurts my viewing of the full zohreh ken's now because.