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"andrea joins" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:53 min | 2 months ago

"andrea joins" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Now retired Eddie Gallagher and his wife, Andrea, Their new book is out. They tell their side of the story in this Big nationwide case the man in the arena from fighting Isis to fighting for my freedom. Amazon dot com, Hannity dot com bookstores everywhere in my family growing up, So both of you know, Eddie and Andrea, you know to be a law enforcement or the military was like the highest, most respected profession ever. And I find myself at a point today where you know for whatever reason, People ask my advice. Young people seek out my advice about what they should do in careers. And I always tell them find your passion and and don't love it because you're going to be doing it your whole life. And I don't know if I can in good conscience advise people in the circumstances that we now see in cities across the country to get into law enforcement or, you know, hearing cases like yours and knowing that there's there is now politicizing within the military. Like in your case, it scares me to recommend that noble career and I mean noble. Yeah, I mean, it's definitely getting, uh You know, Quarter Me as well nowadays to see you know, just the way that the current administration is pushing our military and, um, you know, with all the guests They want to be super progressive, and, uh, whatever else instead of focusing on war fighting, um it's uh It's definitely different, but at the same time I still recommend any anybody That's going that months ago in the service. It is a very like he said. Noble job. It's a righteous job. They just have to go in with the awareness that sometimes whatever is being pushed down to them from, you know, higher up may not always be right. Think I'll add one thing if we're going to send on national treasure. Like you out to fight wars that they start. Then they better allow us to fight and win them and win them quickly. That's that's got to be our our military moving forward. It's a great book, A great read. It's just out today. The man in the arena From fighting Isis to fighting for my freedom, retired now Navy Seal Chief Eddie Gallagher's wife, Andrea, joining forces They'll join us on TV tonight. Thank you both for being with us, and we wish you the best Amazon. Com bookstores everywhere Hannity dot com. Thank you. Thank you, Sean 809 41. Sean, You want to be a part of the program? Quick break right back. Hey, you're listening to the best of the Sean Hannity show will have more of your favorite guests, topics and memorable moments. That's all coming up. Yeah. Like many of you, I used to suffer from insomnia and no matter what I did, I couldn't get a good night's sleep. Then I met Michael and Del. He's the inventor of my pillow. I got my very first.

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"andrea joins" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

02:39 min | 2 months ago

"andrea joins" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"Com bookstores everywhere in my family growing up, So both of you know, Eddie and Andrea, you know to be a law enforcement or the military was like the highest, most respected profession ever. And I find myself at a point today where, you know for whatever reason, people ask my advise young people seek out my advice about what they should do, and careers and I always tell them find your passion and and don't do things for money. Do it because you love it because you're gonna be doing it your whole life. And I don't know if I can in good conscience advise people in the circumstances that we now see in cities across the country to get into law enforcement or, you know, hearing cases like yours and knowing that there's there is now politicizing within the military. Like in your case, it scares me to recommend that noble career and I mean noble. Yeah, I mean, it's definitely getting, uh You know, Quarter Me as well nowadays to see you know, just the way that the current administration is pushing our military. And, um, you know, with all the I guess. They want to be super progressive, and, uh, whatever else instead of focusing on war fighting, um it's uh It's definitely different, but at the same time I still recommend any anybody That's going months ago in the service. It is a very like he said. Noble job. It's a righteous job. They just have to go in with the awareness that sometimes whatever is being pushed down to them from, you know higher up. It may not always be. I think I'll add one thing if we're going to send on national treasure. Like you out to fight wars that they start. Then they better allow us to fight and win them and win them quickly. That's that's got to be our our military moving forward. It's a great book, A great read. It's just out today. The man in the arena From fighting Isis to fighting for my freedom, retired now Navy Seal Chief Eddie Gallagher's wife, Andrea, joining forces They'll join us on TV tonight. Thank you both for being with us, And we wish you the best. Amazon dot com bookstores everywhere Hannity dot com. Thank you. Thank you, Sean 809 41, Sean, You want to be a part of the program? Quick break right back. Hey, you're listening to the best of the Sean Hannity show will have more of your favorite guest topics and memorable moments. That's all coming up. Like many of you, I used to suffer from insomnia and no matter what I did, I couldn't get a good night's sleep. Then I met Michael Mandel. He's.

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"andrea joins" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

08:06 min | 3 months ago

"andrea joins" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"Sean, our number. You want to be a part of the program. If you are and have been a regular listener to this program, you've heard the name Eddie Gallagher before we talked about it a lot. Navy seal actually now retired. Um, he was put on trial for murder. Another serious crimes that he was accused of by committing of committing by the US government during his last deployment, which was in Mosul. And captured national international media attention and it became a polarizing issue. Why I'm not fully completely sure. Um, I think there was some politics involved in and that was always my personal opinion. Ultimately acquitted of the most serious charges. Anyway, Um he's now telling his story. I want to go back first, before I introduce them to you and play his brother. He was actually on this show. Um, We followed this case closely from the beginning. And it's Eddie's brother, Sean Gallagher, talking about his brother. My brother represents what is best. About this country. He fulfilled a family tradition that we have of joining service, like his father and uncles and grandparents enlisted at a high school and became a medic in the Marine Scout sniper and then a Navy seal, which has been for 14 years. And an eight combat tours like you mentioned racking up accolade after accolade. I mean, if you were to Literally create or imagine what a modern day war hero would be would be Eddie. Now he's just like any other special operator. He's humble. He would say that I'm just like the rest of the guys. But even among his peers, he stands out. So my brother was in charge of his platoon. Trump in the president tasked him almost impossible to clear out Isis from Mosul. They're deeply embedded. There is intense weeks. Of heavy fire fighting of combat of the guerrillas caliber me and my brothers called me on every single one of his eight combat deployments. Every single one and hardly as he described an enemy is cruel. And it's violent and it's just disgusting as Isis and so in this incident in question, and I want to state from the beginning that everything that's been said is and if I can use this phrase, it's fake news. In a way, it's just complete fabrication. It's rumor. And what happened is that these rumors grew and then snowballed where investigators took them and believe them at face value. And so for a year now our family has finally been able to get the truth out at this moment time. We've been silent for years, and so finally we're fighting back. So in this incident That you mentioned. Quite literally. The accusation. Is that a wounded isis fighter that he and his platoon we're working on that was already shot in the leg, a severed artery. They had been in a building that Iraqi special forces had shelled. They brought him into the seal compound. They're treating them and then he expires. And the the accusation against my brother. Is that this already dying At the outset, right that U S Navy seal. Life in prison without the possibility of parole. Justice for Eddie dot com site that we have set up for my brother you can donate, but the one thing that we're asking most supposed to do is we're really thankful at this time in history that we have a president that we're hoping Can come to our assistance that would look at the grievous nature of his treatment of the abuse of power by NCS and prosecutors and come to our justice for Eddie dot com. All right, Joining us now is Navy Seal chief now retired. Eddie Gallagher's wife, Andrea, join us their new book, It's on Hannity dot com, amazon dot com and now in bookstores everywhere as they tell their story, the man in the arena From fighting Isis to fighting for my freedom. Welcome Both of you. You know, as as I watched your story unfold and and and it became very odd to me, because apparently, I guess there's a I guess there are political. There's a political side to everything. If that's a good way to put it, and and some people made allegations against you in the irony is based on all the evidence I saw Is that this guy that was injured? It was actually you that was trying to save his life. Is that correct? Yeah. So I mean, this whole story is, you know, leap the trial and everything is Started based on just a bunch of white lies that some guys told And then once those white lives gotten the hands of MTs, which is the Navy's version of the FBI, you know they're supposed to be investing investigatory body. Those people believe those white lies. And then today themselves were forced to lie and everybody that got involved from that point on I had no. You know they were lying, cheating, stealing to try and put me away. Life. Um, yeah, it all started from three guys who decided they didn't like me. They were in my platoon, and they wanted to start rumors to ruin my reputation. Now what really happened in that fight for Mosul? Let's let's go back to this this horrific time. And how and why. There were these few people that apparently in the seal platoon. Um one that actually, I if I recall correctly even recanted the story, didn't he? Yep. Yeah, So, basically, these three guys that were in my platoon, they We're very green, which means they had no no real combat experience. Um And this was their first combat deployment, and what they found out in this job is not for them during that deployment. It was very chaotic and very busy. My had 23 guys in Michael Tune and these Three individuals decided that this job wasn't for them. And instead of, uh, choosing to leave the community, they tried to say it was my fault that I pushed them too hard. UN deployment that I was dangerous and they managed to wrap up about two other individuals into their into their little circle. But you know, once their story got put to the test, um You know by investigations, and then when they were told they had to go to trial. To those individuals decided that, uh it wasn't worth going forward and they, you know, they actually told the truth. Um, So how many years of your life though then are hanging in the balance and your wife is home with us, Andrea as well. I'm sure this put you and your whole family through hell the whole time. Yes, We definitely had a very tumultuous couple of years. The deployment he's speaking of was in 2017. The allegations started to escalate in 2000 and 18. And then we weren't even in trial until 2019 and that's when President Trump had intervened just previous to his trial, which would have been in June. 2019 President Trump really interacted with us and basically freed him to be a part of his own, um, legal assistance. At that time he had been incarcerated for nearly 9.5 months and we had just a horrible time. Our family was definitely targeted. We feel like we were almost terrorized. Buy in CS and the government and and then we did become sort of a political football for the media, because when President Trump got involved that got very tumultuous, so there was a lot of vilification. Of Eddie and even our family. That's unspeakable that we kind of talked about in the book. Is there really any way to get compensated for the fact I mean, you had one witness in particular again? If I recall correctly, Eddie That that they were depending on their star witness said No, he didn't kill him at all. And it blew the whole case wide open. Yes, No, That's the crazy part of this story, You know, meet once that witness the prosecution's witness fessed up to the murder. They still went full steam ahead at me. Um, they called. I mean, that's the he he actually said, Well, I did It. Isn't that true? Yeah, he admitted to doing it and the prosecutors then called him a liar. Bill went full steam ahead of me. It's like as if he had never said it. Um And so no one..

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Board of Supervisors Names William Tate IV as LSU President

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:04 min | 4 months ago

Board of Supervisors Names William Tate IV as LSU President

"Of the most interesting stories. concerns the lsu presidential search as well as the current president south carolina. And you're saying to yourself. What does that have to do with anything. Well certainly the president At lsu is critical because of all the problems they have down there and it was just a week ago. When william tate was named as the new president he Had headed over from the university of south carolina. But as they say hold on a second We may not be done with this story yet. Andrea gal who was brooks could be an has done what will certainly be Award winning investigative reporting on all the issues in that athletic department in andrea joins us Right now andrew first of all. Thanks for being here. it's It's great to have you on the show again. Good afternoon afternoon. So i think everyone was really excited last week. It looked like after a A winter of discontent. Maybe lsu had gotten it right With the hiring So that was last week though. And as you know living in baton rouge in louisiana later as a year ago when when you're watching the match nations of political worlds unfold. Let's pick up the story From that moment. And then we switch over to south carolina where we talked about The issues with bob kesling earlier with josh kendall is does does lsu avenue does it dissolves. You have a president or is he going to go back to south carolina. Well that's a great question. So the chairman of lsu's board of supervisors says that as of yesterday. He spoke to william tate. Who is the the south carolina. Provos who president and Lsu's board chairman says that provost tate assured him yesterday that he is committed to lsu and that he will be coming to lsu. And he's supposed to start. I believe july first or july second

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"andrea joins" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

05:26 min | 11 months ago

"andrea joins" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"The headlines from today's session to thirty Senate. Hearing is the DOJ GONNA prevent visa from acquiring plaid, and how much would you pay Elon Musk to beam you internet from space. Here's what you missed today in the world of Tech. Does the iphone twelve have a secret reverse wireless charging feature built into it that apple has failed to mention maybe the products that they went to take advantage of such a feature aren't ready yet quoting the Verge Apple's iphone twelve lineup has the ability to wirelessly charge external accessory according to a series of newly unveiled FCC filings that just went public yesterday the documents I spotted by Venture Beats Jeremy, Horowitz says, the phone quote supports built in. inductive charging transmitter and receiver and quote apple has not officially announced any such functionality that could be used to charge future air pods or apple's long rumored tile competitor dubbed Air Tags quote in addition to being able to be charged by a desktop W. P. T. wireless power transfer charger twenty, twenty iphone models also support W. P. T. charging function at three hundred and sixty kilohertz to charge accessories. One of the documents reads it sounds like the iphone. Twelve reverse wireless charging may be limited at least at first the documents say that quote currently, the only accessory that can be charged by iphones is an external potential apple accessory in future and that reverse charging currently quote only occurs when the phone is connected to in AC power outlet and quote the FCC's testing appears to have been conducted using only a wall charger and USB cable presumably the same usb to lightening cable bundled with each iphone. Twelve, it sounds like the technology is meant to allow you to reduce the amount of charging clutter on a night stand by for example, wirelessly charging a pair of air pods magnetically attached to an iphone that's plugged into the wall. However, this may change in the future as the document goes on to suggest quote future designs accessories may support true portable use condition with the host client pair able to be placed in a pocket or backpack and quote. Didn't we just do a story about those next generation air pods seemingly coming down the pike. Pocket. Charging would be a killer feature your air pods case stuck via magnet to the phone in your pocket. Not saying this would be possible. But what would it be really wild is if it went both ways where assuming that, you would use your phone to top your air pods which only get you know the six hours or whatever of usage. But what if you could do the reverse? What if your phone was running low on battery and your air pods case was reasonably charged and you could use your air pods to get couple more hours out of your phone. This would be a huge story even bigger than wirelessly charging your air pods in your pocket. Industry sources are saying that changes to IOS search indicate that might be stepping up its efforts to build its own search tool sense. As we've discussed recently, that big search deal they have with Google is firmly in the crosshairs of antitrust scrutiny quoting the Financial Times in a little notice change to the latest version of the iphone operating system. Iowa's fourteen apple has begun to show its own search results and directly to websites when users type queries from its home screen search. Marketing experts also point to increased activity from apple bought. The iphone makers wants obscure Web crawler is used to build the vast database of online material that forms the foundation of any search engine Samantha Mohana Dasan a digital marketing consultant said Apple bought has shown up a ridiculous number of times on his clients websites. In recent weeks quote when the crawl rate increases that tells us they are trying to gather more information and quote most significantly I o. s. fourteen nudged aside Google for certain search functions queries made in the search window accessed by swiping right from the IPHONES. Which apple calls the today view shows an apple generated list of search suggestions rather than Google results. These results include auto complete style suggestions generated by apple showing that it is learning from its one billion users most common queries building a true rival to Google search engine could take years but with profits, this year predicted to exceed fifty, five billion dollars and eighty one billion dollars of net cash reserves at the last count, apple can afford to make long-term investments and quote. Yes, and I would point out that apple has a very credible team in place if it wants to do search when John John Andrea joined apple a couple of years ago everyone said it was to make serious specifically and apples ai efforts generally better. But before joining Apple Jan Andrea was head of search at Google for a decade. So you know if anyone could do it, what would happen to Google? It lost the fire hose of search queries coming from IOS, devices though wonders in this environment if apple could box google out completely as Benedict Evans tweeted quote and Apple Search engine is an interesting competition puzzle. What do regulators do if apple tries to use its market dominance on the device preloaded defaults, search boxes, data capture to break Google's market dominance in search? How does market definition work here.

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"andrea joins" Discussed on Optimal Living Daily

Optimal Living Daily

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"andrea joins" Discussed on Optimal Living Daily

"One priceless lesson we often forget about love and life by Mark Chernoff mark and Angel Dot Com. . Everything, , we need. . Jose's wife Maria was born in a one bedroom stand alone home on the outskirts of Playa del Carmen Mexico. . was a fine little home, , but her father Oscar wanted a real house. . So he worked two jobs a sixty hour week factory job, , and then another twenty hours or so a week as carpenter. . Oscar say fifty percent of his income for over a decade to build his family of four bedroom house like the ones in the better parts of town he put half his family savings and a low community bank and he talked the other half away in a safe he kept hidden on their property. . On the morning Oscar plan to break ground on his family's new house, , the local community bank shuttered stores just hours after law enforcement declared the bank was running an illegal and uninsured Ponzi scheme ninety percent of the deposits Oscar made were lost. . Then the very next day. . The little home was robbed at gun point in exchange for his family's safety Oscar for the rest of the money he had hidden in safe. . In the short window of thirty six hours, , the family lost a vast majority of their savings from years of hard work the night for the first time as Mother Olga watched Oscar cry. . She approached Oscar with their infant daughter cradled and rocking in her arms and said, , it's just money minister just a house. . We've so much more than that. . We have a truly loving home. . Oscar looked at Olga, , dried his eyes and nodded his head in agreement. . He spent the rest of the night with his baby daughter holding her tight to his chest reminding himself that he might not be able to give his family, , the house he dreamed of, , but he can continue to give them a truly loving home. . And for the nine years that followed Maria grew up in that small loving one bedroom home. . After the first year, , a sister Andrea joined her after the third year brother Roberto showing to the memories share of that time are truly heartwarming for example, , everyday. . Of Maria Early Grade School years she remembers her father coming home from work just before dinner giving her and her siblings, , individual hugs and kisses, , and then asking them to questions. . More you loved. . Do you have love in your heart? ? All three shoulder would nod their head smiling then he'd gather them all up in a big group. . Hug and call out Metoo we are blessed. . We have everything we need. . With that house. . Even. Though . Oscar sincerely believed what he said to his children. . He was still pursuing his dream of building a larger and more comfortable house for his family and nine years after losing all of their savings Oscar. . Once again, , saved enough money to begin building that new house twenty feet behind their little one bedroom home he started with framing out the foundation of the kitchen them Ria's mother had always quietly dreamed of. . One Cement Block at a time paycheck by paycheck. . Slowly, , but steadily built a house he'd come. . So close to building nearly a decade beforehand I a kitchen, , a large family room and two bathrooms than a master bedroom bedrooms for each of the children and a nice covered front patio. . In two thousand, , two, , win Jose Maria and start falling in love with her Oscar was still building that house. . Soon. . Thereafter, , he put the last few finishing touches on it. . The, entire , family celebrated for weeks on end and Nowadays Oscar Olga still celebrate holidays and special occasions at the House with all three of their children and their children's families several times a year. . But, , the stories prizes lesson has nothing to do with that house. . Just, , a bonus the first day Jose met Marie his family. . He noticed how sincerely loving and happy the whole family was. . He praised Oscar for the beautiful family. . He had asked him what the secret was. . Oscar. . Spent hours sharing interesting heartfelt stories about why his family was the luckiest one in the world. . Never, shared , all the details about how their house was built. . In fact, , after years of knowing Maria and her family traveling with them and even living with them for a short time, , no one ever thought to tell Jose about how their family's house came to be. . They ask questions about the construction few occasions and he received replies about the construction it until after Jose Maria got married and close on their own first house in Miami. Florida . that Oscar took Jose for a long walk. . He s does a about the details and Jose excitedly shared information about their new neighborhood in the House Oscar listened intently smiled and then finally he shared the story you've just heard. . My daughter does not need a house Oscar concluded she needs a truly loving home and when you fill that home with children, , your children will need exactly the same. . If you that no matter how big or small your actual houses, , your children will WanNa come home to you. . The rest is just bonus. . I know all of this because Jose ms one of my best friends and just this morning over coffee. . He asked me where I was going to write about today. . When I told him I hadn't yet decided. . He smirked said Mama story for you, , and then he proceeded to tell me the story I just told you. .

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One Priceless Lesson We Often Forget About Love and Life

Optimal Living Daily

05:14 min | 1 year ago

One Priceless Lesson We Often Forget About Love and Life

"One priceless lesson we often forget about love and life by Mark Chernoff mark and Angel Dot Com. Everything, we need. Jose's wife Maria was born in a one bedroom stand alone home on the outskirts of Playa del Carmen Mexico. was a fine little home, but her father Oscar wanted a real house. So he worked two jobs a sixty hour week factory job, and then another twenty hours or so a week as carpenter. Oscar say fifty percent of his income for over a decade to build his family of four bedroom house like the ones in the better parts of town he put half his family savings and a low community bank and he talked the other half away in a safe he kept hidden on their property. On the morning Oscar plan to break ground on his family's new house, the local community bank shuttered stores just hours after law enforcement declared the bank was running an illegal and uninsured Ponzi scheme ninety percent of the deposits Oscar made were lost. Then the very next day. The little home was robbed at gun point in exchange for his family's safety Oscar for the rest of the money he had hidden in safe. In the short window of thirty six hours, the family lost a vast majority of their savings from years of hard work the night for the first time as Mother Olga watched Oscar cry. She approached Oscar with their infant daughter cradled and rocking in her arms and said, it's just money minister just a house. We've so much more than that. We have a truly loving home. Oscar looked at Olga, dried his eyes and nodded his head in agreement. He spent the rest of the night with his baby daughter holding her tight to his chest reminding himself that he might not be able to give his family, the house he dreamed of, but he can continue to give them a truly loving home. And for the nine years that followed Maria grew up in that small loving one bedroom home. After the first year, a sister Andrea joined her after the third year brother Roberto showing to the memories share of that time are truly heartwarming for example, everyday. Of Maria Early Grade School years she remembers her father coming home from work just before dinner giving her and her siblings, individual hugs and kisses, and then asking them to questions. More you loved. Do you have love in your heart? All three shoulder would nod their head smiling then he'd gather them all up in a big group. Hug and call out Metoo we are blessed. We have everything we need. With that house. Even. Though Oscar sincerely believed what he said to his children. He was still pursuing his dream of building a larger and more comfortable house for his family and nine years after losing all of their savings Oscar. Once again, saved enough money to begin building that new house twenty feet behind their little one bedroom home he started with framing out the foundation of the kitchen them Ria's mother had always quietly dreamed of. One Cement Block at a time paycheck by paycheck. Slowly, but steadily built a house he'd come. So close to building nearly a decade beforehand I a kitchen, a large family room and two bathrooms than a master bedroom bedrooms for each of the children and a nice covered front patio. In two thousand, two, win Jose Maria and start falling in love with her Oscar was still building that house. Soon. Thereafter, he put the last few finishing touches on it. The, entire family celebrated for weeks on end and Nowadays Oscar Olga still celebrate holidays and special occasions at the House with all three of their children and their children's families several times a year. But, the stories prizes lesson has nothing to do with that house. Just, a bonus the first day Jose met Marie his family. He noticed how sincerely loving and happy the whole family was. He praised Oscar for the beautiful family. He had asked him what the secret was. Oscar. Spent hours sharing interesting heartfelt stories about why his family was the luckiest one in the world. Never, shared all the details about how their house was built. In fact, after years of knowing Maria and her family traveling with them and even living with them for a short time, no one ever thought to tell Jose about how their family's house came to be. They ask questions about the construction few occasions and he received replies about the construction it until after Jose Maria got married and close on their own first house in Miami. Florida that Oscar took Jose for a long walk. He s does a about the details and Jose excitedly shared information about their new neighborhood in the House Oscar listened intently smiled and then finally he shared the story you've just heard. My daughter does not need a house Oscar concluded she needs a truly loving home and when you fill that home with children, your children will need exactly the same. If you that no matter how big or small your actual houses, your children will WanNa come home to you. The rest is just bonus. I know all of this because Jose ms one of my best friends and just this morning over coffee. He asked me where I was going to write about today. When I told him I hadn't yet decided. He smirked said Mama story for you, and then he proceeded to tell me the story I just told you.

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"andrea joins" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"andrea joins" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And that's been our business for 14 years. And when is the hard thing for me is when we closed our doors, You know, if you went on the yelps and looked us up, we had the most reviews. We have the highest reviews. We were booked out of. We weren't flailing. Itjust came down, Teo simply numbers and what was You know to financially risky along with school closures and daycare closures. You know my kids daycare is closed. My kid's schools were closed, and so people are having to make the choice between going toe work and caring for their Children. And you know, that was a big part of it, too, is both my sister and I have the infant. There's no one to leave unless if there's no day care And you also know that you're also kind of a maddening position for a while. Because when you were told you could open up, you opened up briefly. Right on Then you had to shut down right after he went to the trouble getting ppd and all the rest of it. Yes. Yeah, so And there's all the money invested in the P p. We got about 3/4 of the way through. We're waiting for supplies to come in. And I said, You know what? I just have a feeling we're gonna end up closing down again. And they did close us down. And now I think Matteo County, you're allowed to perform some beauty services outdoors. But if we didn't have access to an outdoor situation anyway, so that wouldn't have worked. Again. I'm so sorry for what you've been experiencing and what you've had to endure. And I just wish you the best of luck. Thank you for joining us this morning Suffering that Stephanie Paladin here. Former owner of Bombshell in Burlington. Them. Let me bring a caller on. Frank is joining us, Frank. Good morning. Good morning. I've got a small law, which on the surface would sound like I'm sitting pretty because everybody's got all these disputes, but the resource that I sell its trial experience. I I'll take you to court or take you for court. And right now, all the courts are closed to civil trial. So if you're trying to negotiate a lease or try to work something out, Thea ultimate Hammer is sorry the jury's gonna see it differently. And that doesn't exist anymore. So the negotiations that you're involved in our closing down? There's also an intake issue, which is I get my business from other lawyers or from people at lunch or people that I'm I'm trying to meet with and nobody nobody can do that anymore. So, ironically, I've got service and what I'm doing is measuring out the last few clients and hoping that I could survive long enough. And so both sides of the equation open up the courts and and the intake lines. So I'm kind of a second order derivative of the problems that you're hearing from the other people who are calling in to help people you are so Yeah, I've closed the wagons. I've got my people loans. I'm paying my people and We're watching the bank account. Go, click, click, click, Click, click just like everybody, So it's ironic, but it hurts. I'm sure it does. And I thank you for sharing your story. That's Frank. Let me run another caller on her. Andrea joins us from Oakland. Andrea Welcome. Oh, hi. I have a lovely little boutique in market village in Oakland, and we have been able to be open and Full time for the last month yourself and my daughter neither. It was a couple of other women on we have a neighbor in the village who wants to open up her business. She can't because her employees don't want to come back because they're getting too much money on unemployment. More than she's able to pay them. She pays in the you know, normal amount. Landry, I thank you for that call that this is something that the Republicans have continued to bring up a CZ. But when they were fighting the $600 relief, Let's talk about that with you. J. Chang for a moment, but also ah Talk about the money that isn't coming in, and it may not be coming in as Congress continues to fight over what is right here and people were left out in the cold. I mean, you must hear a lot of stories about people who just didn't get the loans that they needed in small business or applied for paycheck protection and didn't get that. I mean, these stories are legion, aren't they? Absolutely, And I think we hear about them in the news all the time, but I think there's even a higher point that you're making. You know the PPP loans they were only meant the last 2.5 months of payroll for any company. About those 2.5 months are coming to a close there over and so even businesses who did receive the PPP loans have found out that money has run out and now are making difficult decisions again. The layoff employees and close the business is permanently. The fact is that no government loans and grants are really good, and we support them, but they can't replace customers. Which is what you're hearing from so many people, the woman who owned the eyebrow shop, her customers tried to pull together funds for her, but it doesn't replace having their actual business. And so we're seeing that kind of government assistant come run out and come to a close. But what about the argument you heard from Andrea, though, that there are people who are saying I'm doing better now collecting unemployment and Have you heard much of that? You know, it's interesting. We hear both sides of the equation. We hear some businesses who are saying my employees aren't being going Come back. They're scared of the pandemic make they're making enough money on unemployment. Are those businesses. You know that unemployment bonus is going to run out very quickly or has already run out on DSO. Those employees will be put back onto the market very quickly. We hear other businesses like grocery stores who are talking about they can't find enough employees. The higher or they have too many employees. They're trying to come back, but they're worried that they can't hire enough because of you. Shelter and face regulations. So we're hearing both sides of the equation. Absolutely. King is public policy director of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce We're gonna bring Neal got live on. He's the father of three twins ice cream that.

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"andrea joins" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

NBC Nightly News

10:18 min | 1 year ago

"andrea joins" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

"The history of her selection, as well as a role of carrying the attack against President. Trump are Andrea Mitchell was there. Together for the first time since their big announcement for critic ticket the oldest major party candidate to run for president and the first woman of color this morning. All across the nation. Little girls woke up special little black, and brown girls who so often feel overlooked and undervalued in their communities. But today today just maybe they're seeing themselves. For the first time in a new way. As the stuff of president. And Vice President's today trying to show they are a team with similar values and chaired goals, and we're experiencing a moral reckoning with racism and systemic injustice that has brought a new coalition of conscience to the streets of our country. Demanding change after releasing a video profiling comma. Harris. Opening with that moment when Joe Biden asked her to be on the ticket. Keith. You. Right, you ready to go to work. and. Harris I energy excitement a strong campaigner even virtually during the pandemic second her village rally black voters key to any democratic victory. Especially in those battleground states Pennsylvania Michigan Wisconsin who did not turn out in large enough numbers for Hillary Clinton third the prosecutor Harris using her skills to go after trump and his men has the president or anyone at the White House ever asked or suggested that you open an investigation of anyone yes or no please sir. The President or anybody else seems you'd remember something like that and be able to tell US skills honed from her years as California's attorney general when she forged a friendship with Joe, Biden's son Beau who at the same job in Delaware I know how much respect to comment on her work And that matter a lot to me to be honest with you. As I made this decision, Bo was the kind of guy who inspired people to be a better version of themselves. He really was the best of us. and. When I would ask him, where'd you get that? We're this come from. He'd always talk about his dad. And Biden says they're. Prepared for tax president trump. GonNa stand with me and this campaign. And, all of us are going to stand up for her. And Andrea joins me now Andrea what will the rest of this campaign look like? If they will be separated inviting was asked as he was leaving tonight whether they will be campaigning together and he said it depends on what the science says. Lester. Andrea. Thank you. They'll camel a Harris Rant, her own campaign for president with her selection as Joe. Biden's running-mate. Harris's being reintroduced to the American public at a much bigger stage. First of all the answer. Yes. Ready to do this. You Kamala Harris has built a career on working fighting and most of all not being afraid to be the I am so proud to stand with you. And I do so mindful. Of all the ROIC ambitious women before me. whose sacrifice determination and resilience makes my presence here today even possible. She's the daughter of immigrants who fell in love as activists during the civil rights movement Harris's father from Jamaica up an economics professor at Stanford her mother left India to attend Berkeley becoming a leading breast cancer researcher. After they divorced harassed and little sister Maya were raised mostly by their mom she passed away in twenty nine. But Harris has called her the most important influence in her life today quoting her in this new Biden campaign ad growing up whenever I got upset about something. My mother would look me in the eye and ask. So what are you GonNa do about it Peres now fifty five, a wife and stepmother, but often candid about how her? Early, experiences shaped her including perhaps the most talked about and controversial moment of her presidential run when she criticized her now running mates record on bussing, growing up my sister and I had to deal with the neighbor who told us her parents couldn't play with us because she because we were black, there was a little girl in California, who is part of the second class to integrate her public schools and she was bused to school every day. And that little girl was me. At Seventeen? Harris. Moved to Washington DC to attend Howard University there she writes in her autobiography students were taught that we were young gifted and black, and we shouldn't let anything get in the way of our success. She says, becoming a prosecutor was her calling because she wanted to help change the system working first in Oakland then elected as San Francisco's district attorney, and eventually the first black woman to become Attorney General of California I devoted my life to making real the words. Carved in the united. States, Supreme Court equal justice under law as Harris's national profile has risen her record as a prosecutor has been both praised and criticized some on the left chiding her for not being progressive enough. But when she returned to Washington, four years ago as a senator, she earned a reputation for showcasing those prosecutorial skills it high profile hearings yes or no Is there a person you're talking the masking a very direct question. Yes or no when Joe Biden selected Harris as his running mate yesterday, it made history in many ways but it was also a choice with deep personal meaning for Biden. Because of Harris's close friendship with his late son Bo, I know how much respected commoner work. And that matter and a lot to me to be honest with you the former vice president. Now, betting Harris's decades of working fighting and breaking barriers will help him win the White House. From president trump, there was new criticism comma. Harris today but the president's attacks risk turning off some who supported him for years ago NBC's Kristen Welker is at the White House. Tonight as president trump sharpens his attacks against Senator Kamala Harris I watch poll numbers, go bom Bom bom down to almost nothing. And she left angry she left mad some allies are sounding alarm bells about his mixed messaging on the one hand the president and his campaign are trying to label the former. California. Attorney General as being too tough on crime while also arguing she's an anti police leftist she left nobody happy when it came to law and order, which is the number one job she had some advisers think the president should stay away from personal attacks like the one in this tweet, the suburban housewife will be voting for me that message aimed at disparaging fair housing rules already backfiring with some women in. beaver county Pennsylvania in the area. Of Nineteen points in two thousand sixteen? Kristen stanic voted for candidate trump but isn't sure this year I don't find myself. In that that suburban mom group that he's referring to. Do you think he could be hurting his chances voters like you by tweeting things like I mean I definitely I think he needs to stop. It's not the first time. The president has struggled with how to talk about Harris. I launched her primary campaign. We can reclaim the American dream president trump praised her telling the New York Times. I would say the best opening so far would become a Harris but quickly taking aim on the campaign trail Kamala. Kamala is falling. And when asked about Harris as a potential running-mate, just a few weeks ago. Still the Democrats diverse ticket is fueling the question among some Republicans is the president considering shaking up his own team a top campaign adviser address the issue today our vice president has been a fighter. He has worked every single day for the American people. Now president trump is gearing up to counter program the Democratic National Convention Next Week Planning Campaign Events and key battleground states like Minnesota Wisconsin Arizona and Pennsylvania Luster. Kristen Welker at the White House. Thank you and the president tonight. Once again, pushing for schools to reopen the districts across the country are learning just how challenging that process is as more closed down to cope with surges in Cova cases. Here's Tom Castilla with that for millions of students from Florida to Indiana Louisiana to Arizona the new school year is already off to a rough start in Cherokee county Georgia. A second high school has now closed after fourteen confirmed cases nearly twelve hundred students and staff quaranteed district wide. Kids while through the hallway, there was no way to socially distance and also going in and out of the cafeteria forty five minutes away that high school where students packed the halls many without masks closed for a third day today I've worked they did get it but. I just feel like that's the risk. Some of US seniors are willing to take to have our senior year. It's happening nationwide in Gulfport Mississippi one hundred students and a teacher. Corentin in Muncie Indiana a middle and high school closed NBC Baton Rouge. Affiliate W. LA reports one hundred, forty one students quarantined in Livingston Parish and tonight more potential trouble for schools. University of Florida researchers have evidence..

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Bloomberg Radio New York

10:40 min | 1 year ago

"andrea joins" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"San Francisco but nine sixty and around the globe this is a great call this is Bloomberg daybreak Europe I had a seven thirty AM head on that if I could morning I can relate it to your listing to be effected a break you up on this Easter Monday I thought the show this morning we're gonna be bringing you some of our best interviews from the past couple of weeks the festival I want to have a look at it to the marchesa live updates for you S. and P. five hundred E. mini futures are down one point one percent right now even though they had a strong week last week also if we see Asian equity markets in the read that the K. two to five down by two point three percent of this of course is the Japanese yen has strengthened up six tenths of one percent one a seven spot eight four three but down a spot index is weakening three tenths of one percent even though we've seen the valley in oil markets we have been up in terms of crude futures more than four percent off to the OPEC plus agreement to cut output but we now only up by three percent of the retail crude futures twenty three dollars forty five point three to thirty two dollars thirteen and on this very quiet holiday Monday we tried to seventy four basis points for US benchmark yields up by two and a half basis points much of Europe there is shop for the Easter bank holiday as is much of the United States of course that is a look at the markets for you briefly intensive all top stories of the prime minister has thank doctors and nurses for saving his life after spending a week in hospital with cave it ninety the president tweeted video on Sunday saying that things could have gone either way no word though now Owen Mr Johnson my actually returned to what could continue to recover at his country residence at Chequers that is the the top story in Britain meanwhile we heard from another voice out of the ECB this month old the central bank's efforts to deal with the fallout from the crowd of ours outbreak the institutions top banking watchdog address Andrea joined pretty back and his mouth Miller and Alan Edwards to discuss the central bank's recommendation that dividends and bonuses be curbed during the crisis have a listen to the interview now you could be putting pressure on the banks with regards to dividends I also see the peace that they can talk about it and bank showing restraints on bonuses what can you define that little forest do you mean restraints on on bonuses for twenty nineteen or is this about twenty twenty and how you shake the bonus structure that what do you mean about restraints on bonuses and what will you do to those banks that don't show restraint morning festival and think you're much for having me here well I think that as we as we see that we don't recommendation of dividend payments who want the ceiling banks that is strong commitment to preserve capital it could be useful to land to the economy to this morning to mentor crisis I was told in the in the in the Moscow showing a single long sees measles hoping then for you start seeing them the shares are showing the cemex ready now your data bank three forty five percent of their a lot of ordination in nineteen eighteen instruments and so having restraint and then presenting capitalizing should be a priority right now although our people Andrea have already made obviously I already have obligations for from twenty nineteen right so it is twenty nineteen is it too late for that is that done and dusted out shouldn't banks we focused on restraining twenty twenty bonuses well he it does seem that the flies from TV to answer me our economy is going to polls we have taken extraordinary measures to date will be ASAP on Danny and they think that the bank's shareholders and also managers and training and keyed a stake as truth tables for their product all the locals are doing the same home or where we are right now and trying to push that out to present everything as much as possible is a seed on the CBS for more of a concern for us because it was thirty billion salsa you does that matter and and to leave the sector right now C. two C. portal for us to go out to get a condition this is a list of all the mentioned them so long to do anything so the fact that they are to a large extent already dating instruments are stealing in our our recommendation to Banksy is cool to be a moderate on that as well I want the banks that said Steele suggestions around said dividends Andrea Watson levers can you pull first of all let me say it isn't very pleased to see that the banks have reacted to a political leader thank you for singing and dancing that's all shorting pulled down a set foot in order to be successful in god you know what it is the initial time for our for our economies the firm banks decided not to comply with the recommendations we will decide whether to taking other measures we can also take legally binding measures the sixty who are the biggest banks the biggest dividend paying banks that haven't fallen into line yet we notice in France there are number of big banks that haven't come out with any statements on this yet I'm not commenting on only the banks and you're expecting banks to come in line with the recommendations that we should let me ask about signs of distress that you'll you'll see reported fine by banks and railway so you want them to keep you want the banking sector to keep lending to customers are you seeing any any day so any conversations with the banking sector that suggests that that customers are already stressed because of the current situational ready this is the first Luby's conservation measures are not reflecting the C. A. B. C. strategy to do that and you see right now in the banking sector industry leading data and maximizing the firepower to banks to support us customers looking at seo courses that bank customers are doing on their own it's great to long says that as he was expected to be somebody say interesting out into the mental credit from banks from corporations pushing that out probably need you some difficulties in them some of the freezing their indebtedness which is introducing two measures adopted by council makes these can continue when will banks to be able to support for their customers because he at least measures which are being issued by several you're in a gold in men's you can still get in D. ease more holdings intellectuals will have to be suspect how about in terms of the financial health of banks in terms of liquidity are you noticing any worrying outflows of deposits no in the moment and we're not seeing you know who's on the policy section Singapore's is increasing to some extent D. D. D. he's being of course are affected by custom digital when you're on the on the on the on on the line and she is absolutely right and I think it is important not dissing Basil sauce on the stand our message is that banks should now use the boxers both the capital buffers and a league leading boxers B. and B. Neil docking dynasty be used exactly in times like this beating all the negative judgment of cash to banks and pulling down we do a couple boxes right now Andrey using daily spoken out on on dividends and we have the messy seven around bonuses at one of our viewers is writing so often the under what circumstances would you recommend suspension of additional tier one coupon payments to banks or is this this is this a matter for individual regulates is so all the other ways that you will be intervening in the way that banks and pay back money sent to those who have invested in them nothing is for us and we have no plan to suspend the additional tier one or tier two so I can tell you some answers I mean there are clear rules in the legislation to suspend those payments and banks are very fond of the moment the three guests and for the suspension of those things can I ask about bank lending right now Andrea do you see banks continuing to do the landing that you want to see them do that governments want to see them to in order to get other corporates through this crisis there's a seat at the moment that easing deter the crates lines on the main channel through which the banks are are supporting their customers I expect and hope that the relief measures that are being put in place that governments are operational soon so that the the guarantee schemes also can be used to continue and even increase the support economy at these difficult times what was given a lot of relief to the banking sector you've told them to to to to use the buffers as you described Andrea the relief that you've offered that was there any danger that that could damage the reputation that the ECB has for rigorous supervision I hope he knows because that's exactly how the post crisis regulatory frameworks as Lisa topping those should walk so you should be in the doctor's office times and be ready to use that means eating better not change for more and being told the level cap until the two year requires banks to to have available at times doctor the doctor's made made them available because that's what they are there for and and and then they leased it to Gaby is quite substantial one hundred and twenty all of our universe of capital can be used in which I am bound circled into our calculations blackrock's lucky one point eight trillion circle Daschle lending to households and in the seventies forties and quite a significant space the banks and the legal now so that was the ECB supervisory board chairman Andrea Andrea discussing dividend pay outs from utilities led this old twenty nineteen earnings with rebates on the Edwards and Matt Mehta we have a big interviews coming up next bill winces thought.

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"andrea joins" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

08:18 min | 2 years ago

"andrea joins" Discussed on KOMO

"Personal investing is still hot and they still have your statue there in Red Square right I think I've seen that picture before so not kidding about the statue but thank you for being with us we're talking right now with Marty and Marty stern tells about a rental property I believe correct yes so I I had one for over twenty years so I you know I was lose knowledge depreciation so we sold that and found out I was gonna pay seventy plus thousand dollars in taxes on it and so my guide suggested that I do a ten thirty one exchange Yeltsin despite another property so we did that now all I am sixty four a retired and I'm looking for that and when how and when do I get to like move into that rental property and pay my cell or sell the rental property at how does that work at the end the where I get to still deferred the property but I I buy my dream home at the end and not have to pay those taxes Walmart Marty I think there are a lot of people right now wanting to hear the answer to this question because it sounds like a pretty good life you got coming up here but we're not actually qualified out I least I don't know how I would not know me and I think that's a question for your account and C. P. A.'s somebody who's a tax expert rather than and somebody who is a securities experts so now I would know how I don't know who is a man do you have us an accountant who take care of yeah of your yeah of your dish and financial decisions on the non you're probably used to work with all you're talking to yeah yeah yeah do you have somebody Marty yeah I I I do I was like you're showing you you seem to have the dippers knowledge of a bunch of different things you know we probably if you came in to see us we do have somebody who works there that has a lot of experience in real estate they could probably answer that but I do not have I don't have that Paul does now that well he can tell you all about the end though he sees it coming every day for that it's because it's group is gruesome I respect about your show is that you know does call gas and and give me an answer I want to hear your you guys are good that you got some integrity going on there that's very kind of you for yourself thanks so much Marty that's very kind of him so yeah that that that's a tricky one but I hope it turns out well I mean this whole ask them in a ten thirty one thing that people forget about is eventually you got to pay the tax you know it it is curious why Marty didn't know was that tax was coming and he was surprised yeah and I would say I would say that who whoever his his accountant is maybe should have tipped him off into that actually that that's what they do he got that silent partner there called the federal government that's right by the way the silent partners looking for ten thousand of those view of invested in cyber currency because they sent a letter this week saying you're gonna have to pay tax on those gains sure whether gains well I can't tell you how many young people I've had to talk out of of speculating in in there hi rose with bitcoin good hand and of course they they could've been they could've been famous yet but we we we know the history of most of those kinds of elections here speculation let's go back to the phones eight five five nine three five talk is our number Andrea joins us here on talking real money hi Andrea hi thank you for taking my call our pleasure so I was listening to this party you're so I didn't hear all of it so if you've already answered this question I apologize but it it's in regards to your the comments he made about index funds and I'm listening to Tony Robbins unshakable book right now and it is all about guaranteeing the person that you're using to invest for you and check out your portfolio they advise you know ten best in index funds and I just wondered if you are aware of this book and what your opinion let well we're very where the book were very where Mister Robbins foray into this business which has been cut short due to other personal issues you may or may not want to get into on the show that's a separate issue that said as you may know Paul and I have pushed index funds for twenty odd the year your longer than me but what we offer up because an index fund the idea here is you simply put the money in and you get the return of the stock market's whichever market you're exposed to by the way people think index funds or just the SP five hundred there's a lot of other indexes so you want to be widely diversified so we are believers in index mutual fund where the past start to diverge a little bit between what I think you and I Paul would recommend and what Tony Robbins does is he gets into some areas that I don't know that you need to invest in well and let me tell you what I think is probably the ultimate index fund particularly for people who don't know a lot about investing but one of kinda maintain control and be a do it yourselfer the target date fund is it's it's a one of a kind mutual fund and I say one of a kind full lots of mutual fund companies offer it to della the van guard John wall that Saturday yeah then inside of that target date fund or index funds that are put together in a way to reflect who you are let's say you want to retire in twenty sixty it would be managed for people who want to retire in twenty sixty if it was twenty forty wanted to retire it would be managed for people who want to retire in twenty forty and what they do that is sold special is that they not only pick the right index funds for you today but as you age and you should become more conservative over time they do that for you so you don't ever have to start questioning oh my god what's going on in the market and should I be making changes no they do all of that for you and literally they'll do it for the rest of your life and here's the part that's so wonderful if you do it with the family like a vanguard go where they have the index funds or use the fidelity index Johns and not never actively managed I really want to warn you about that but use the underlying funds as as index funds they will actually do this for you for under one hour fifteen one hundred sub one percent a year not much money so and by the way so this is a key difference what Paul's recommending is a more simple over Tony Robbins gets into some types of things that we would not on that's what I was trying to get exactly the just just to add a plain vanilla this is always a struggle and I got a little extra now you're okay in a target date fund I mean that would be my take and and again I think most the practitioners in the world would agree with us about that and could I mentioned yeah please yep go to to funds for life dot com to bonds for life dot com and you can read about my aid to fund salute and then they go where to read about your to verify that was just a bit talking real money dot com okay right there thank you very much for your question I appreciate your India thank you yeah and I do want before we before we let the our get away we do send people to Paul Merriman dot com for your all that information about other which is a thon everyone read some of that stuff you you learn more but 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WCBM 680 AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"andrea joins" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"This is coast to coast AM with George Noory next hour Maria. Andrea joins us as we talk about witchcraft and the occult. So make sure you're part of that program. We're gonna come back in a moment with our special guest. Dr John McDougall and take final phone calls as well. We'll have him finish up on Barbara situation from Tacoma watching. As well. If you're not a coast insider yet, you should be it is growing like crazy. And it's a great way to become part of the program. Insider because now I have twenty four seven access to the best show ever coast to coast AM. It's true. I love being an insider because this show is I listen to I always appreciate the diversity of fat. Full insight that brings me on a variety of topics coast to coast, this show has challenged me to think deeper and to Brad in Niger, I give it a try. It's fifteen cents a day, and you can sign up at coast to coast AM dot com. Just look for the section that says coast insider stem cell technology has been doing wonderful thing says you remember Christian while got a couple of our listeners into heart programs with stem cell technology will now it's affecting the way you look stem cells have been proven to work literal miracles on the human body, Dr Nathan Newman saw there was a huge untapped market for the use of the stem cell technology. As a non prescription serum to be applied at home to those problem. Areas of the face and neck, like fine lines wrinkles and bags under the is his product is called luminous here with living s we're not really trying to just moisturizer or cover this game. We're going down using the language of the cells used to talk to one another to get the cell to do our work for us to tell the cells not to break collagen, not to break Lassen to build up the college to build up the lesson to bring you blood vessels to take away they inflammation,.

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"andrea joins" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"andrea joins" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

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"andrea joins" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"andrea joins" Discussed on KTRH

"H this news sponsored by Houston, citing company. Our top story this hour, the economy's going so well, another President Trump that even liberal economists are having to give him credit. Katya reaches close, Andrea joins us live with more lonestar Saint Louis says those economists that we're giving Barack Obama the credit for the how the economy was doing it. Now gritting their teeth and reluctantly coming to terms with the unavoidable fact that President Trump is responsible for what's happening is some of the actions of the president and congress more currently some of it's also some fortuitous timing. So it's a lot of different things go into their, but you can't say he didn't make a positive contribution. And now what was happening under Obama was actually hindering economic growth, not really helping the reality is during the last recession because. Especially how the financial services industry behaved very badly. There is this instinct to try to punish all businesses. And that was kind of maybe a little bit too broad wants Trump eased off on some of those regulations big business while they reinvested in the country and more specifically, they reinvested in you, so true. Well, you may not believe the money in west Texas were shale oil is funding the hottest job market in the US oil and gas expert Jay young says it might get even better for short ten million. I don't think we'll ever get out to a number two where we're we're getting to twenty to twenty five million a day in production Thurs, some people saying that in ten years be they're young says that each vendor spending a hundred million a year drilling. And there are hundreds of vendors and the trickle down economics is apparently working in the area where even barbers are reportedly making up to one hundred eighty thousand dollars a year grazie. Wow. How much do they charge you for those hair guide? Oh, no. But holy cow. You might be getting your tax refund. Check soon and spending a big chunk of it on gasoline. Prices are up four cents is the last week to an average of two twenty a gallon. We did see a few markets that saw a slight decrease on the week, but most market analysts anticipate in Milwaukee run that really gas prices are going to be going through the spring Daniel Armbruster with Tripoli Texas prices are still seven cents lower than they were last year. However, they're up sixteen percent since the start of two.

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"andrea joins" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

11:29 min | 2 years ago

"andrea joins" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hi, I love how Netflix is turning the film industry on its head because film like Roma would never have been picked up by, you know, a big studio Warner Brothers and. And I I like on Netflix, Hulu and the other one Amazon are producing needs movies that a major Hollywood studios Whitten produce. Also, one of the words is great. And on my nerves like having a nice day is the word diversity. I mean, we still have racist. Even if you have a diversity because a lot of these ethnic groups, don't like each other and don't get along. And I love how you what Spike Lee said, you know, you follow all the rules. And they keep you know, they they keep changing the chairs around. So that's my comment. Okay. I thank you for the comment. You know, there was something last night that maybe some listeners missed it took me a moment to realize when Rummy Malik was giving essentially his props and thanking people and so forth. The actually the first person he thanked was Emily Boynton who I'd seen the camera pan. I didn't really that was the love interest of. Freddie, Mercury from in the whole bohemian rhapsody. She played that role. I just wanted to mention that. And we'll go to more of your calls. Let me get to Anna Maria in Berkeley, good morning. Good morning. Yes. Hello. I would love to hear your panel talk about blind spotting. And why it wasn't nominated for anything? I just thought it was fantastic. The rat was so poetic, and it was dealing with very important issues. I just would love to hear the panel talk about their opinion on that any opinions from you Trevelyan gone you in a bit thought. Yeah. I mean, I think blind spotting for me was one of the best films of of last year. I it's unfortunate that I think DIVY digs did not get any kind of attention for for his particular role. Also in Oakland lad, originally. Yes in Oakland native. But I think it also comes down to there were a lot of really great films last year in everything can't get nominated. And also when you have a smaller independent type of film like a blind spotting if it doesn't get picked up by the right studio. And if the right studio doesn't do the right job around promoting it and making sure people see. It then it makes it difficult for to you know, muster any attention, and and get to the award shows Jovan with that in sorry to bother you think there was maybe a little bit of bias against Oakland. But I won't go there. Let me go instead to some comments by listeners are lane writes, I find it ironic that would happen. A Glenn Close at the Oscars last night, paralleled would happen to her character and the wife that might be a stretch, but strong feelings nonetheless, here's Cheryl who writes I'd like to give a shout out to marshal Ali an alumnus of Saint Mary's college of California in Moraga. He spoke at my son's SMC graduation in may of two thousand sixteen in his kind and sincere. Commencement address. Is a fond memory is acceptance speech, reflected the same genuine character more of your calls. Let's go next to Chris and Santa Cruz. Good morning. Good morning. I was watching the animation works last night. And this has happened. A couple of times over the years where I really felt like the category should be split into. Between, you know, the fully digital Pixar type films, and then things like stop motion in in other more traditional forms of you know, even hand-drawn outta mation. I'll just leave you guys to it Chris Mexico appoint Tim Gershon like to hear what you have to say about that splitting it. It's an interesting point. I mean, one of the things that I think is challenging in that category. Is you have so many different styles of animation? Even the five nominees are so different in terms of how they're kind of put together and also the bigger companies. They tend to be more popular with the Oscar voters, you usually get a Pixar movies actually, a shocking the spire verse one because it was from Sony. I oh, no. If they're gonna splits I think that probably is not going to happen. I think what often happens is that for the five nominees are big digitally animated movies from studio, isn't it like one small kind of beautiful handmade thing. Like Mirai for this year gets nominated in gets into the category. I think in general the hand drawn animation doesn't get a lotta love weirdly enough. It gets more love in the short subject where those are really kind of labor is love. And I think when people nominate those films they really sort of appreciate how difficult is to do that hand-drawn animation. We're going to go to your calls. I was also struck and I want to mention this cloudy to you with the documentary short subject speech that was given about period end of sentence. It was actually caused a good deal of birth. Yes. Yes. I it was the first time. I think they said something like, I I'm ministrations ever been brought up at the Oscars or something. But yeah. And that was a very worthy win I thought, and it was wonderful to see the enthusiasm of the filmmakers that was one of the other, you know, along with the skin Spike Lee jumping into. Yeah. Into the arms of Samuel Jackson. I mean, it was it. I'm sorry. I mentioned skin though, to the the the woman was absolutely ecstatic. Oh, it was. Yes. It was skin. That's right. It wasn't a sentence. Yes. Both of those. Yeah. Both of them. Yeah. Yeah. No. I thought those were great wins. And it was nice to see a bevy of women accepting an award. That's something. We're very used to seeing lots of men get up there and accept an award. But it was great to see group of women agree and more of your calls. Let's go next to Karen and join us car and you're on the air. Thank you so much. I wanted to concentrate a little bit more on grand closest performance in the wife, and I also saw like Olivia Colman. In the favourite touch. He was excellent. I didn't agree with one of your critics because I taught Lynn closest performance with so restrained in nuanced. It took amazing acting skills to be able to put that together. And I think I resented the one critic from kind of inferring that she's from a more traditional genre from older timeframe, I did feel she deserved the best actress award, I think being able to put together that performance and hold the movie for that length of time. Genius. So I just wanted to point that out. I'm glad you did current and thank you for that call and here's Moore ally. Who who tweets to us? I I did not watch the ceremony, but I was disappointed advice. Only one for makeup. I thought Christian bale was astonishingly good in that movie. But to be fair, it was the only nominated movie, I watched let me get another caller on here. And let's go next to James James. You were not board last night. Like, the caller who said boy long boring. Yeah. Yeah. That's right. I mean, I watch the Oscars to look at who won. What? And why? And so I thought it was the best one ever. I really did thing is I agree with that caller that after should be awarded based on merit. But the corollary to that is you gotta make sure that the academy. Represents you know, all the different all the different. Yeah. Diversity that we have in the country that you know, that you know, when it is based on merit. It's also based on everybody's opinion. You get an honest. You know, you get an honest. I thank you for that. Call James in travel Anderson. I don't know if you have the answer to this. Listener's question, we were talking you about fashion. This listener says what were the buttons Spike Lee, head on his hat and jacket? Do you know Treville? Oh, I don't know. Well, he had a real to rings one said love and one said, hey, I know that the rings are from our original from the do the right thing movie. They were designed by Ruthie Carter who won for Black Panther costume design last night. But they were worn by the character who is killed by police in do the right thing. And he did mention do the right thing when he talked about voting the next presidential always gotta slided, and he's always got a slide it in. But you don't know it anybody know those buttons were this listener, what's the no on his hat or jacket? Well, we'll try to do some research on that. We can find out. In the meantime, we'll take some more of your calls. Andrea joins us. Andrea good morning. Good morning. Thank you so much for taking my call. I wanted to second blind spotting. I thought it was absolutely fantastic. I was curious about being nominated for possibly screenplay. Leave. No trace is another movie that I found out of the blue and was totally for it by I was curious. I thought that these independent films ever being nominated for best picture if they're not campaign for thank you so much. All right. Thank you for the call Tim gruesome. I heard Claudia say, yes. Yeah. Came back. Okay. I didn't hear a say. Yes. I like I yield my time you want to defer to Claudius. Yeah. Do you want to please? Please. I completely agree about leave. No trace that was my second favorite movie of the year after Roma and the director, Debra Granik. Who we at the A film? Critics gave our best director vote to our our word to ask you. Tell me about Roma. Just because it Piques my curiosity. I mean, I really enjoyed. I thought was a first rate film. But there are those who fell and people who I really respect not only critics, but friends and acquaintances who said too much marinating in the in the beginning to the reserves at word boring again following her through I think it was important to establish the kind of work that she did. And make you feel and understand what she did. They have today, but got a lot of criticism. Yes. I heard those complaints as well. I didn't share them. I to me, you know, there's a lot of foreign films that that take a while to marinate, you marinate in and and I don't have a problem with slow paced films necessarily as. You know, if nothing is going on I understand people's concerns. I what he was trying to salvage was the quotidian nature of her life. And and what was going on to me? It was developing the character. It was just you had to adjust to that pace. And I think we've been so trained to a certain kind of pace certainly some movies are frenetic, but you know, action, and I think this was much more contemporary to me it felt more like a a novel unfolding, and because I love to read I don't have a problem with the slow pace. But I did hear those complaints particularly about the I like forty five minutes of that film. Here's a listener who tweets best ceremony of movie awards in a decade. No joke. Also Selma Blair is the essence of arts inspiring society. I guess she made her first public appearance since he had been a now been announced that he was diagnosed with MS she walked the red carpet with a cane. And that was certainly noteworthy. And courageous let me get some more callers on air while we have a little time. Cecile? Thank you for waiting. You're on. Thank you. You know, I always watch the actors 'cause I feel I want to participate in something. That's not you know, I don't watch football. So it's almost like joining the populace. After it was over. And there were some wonderful things in it..

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"andrea joins" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

12:46 min | 2 years ago

"andrea joins" Discussed on KGO 810

"And get twenty percents off. This is the Kim commando show on K G O eight Ted. Okay. So there's this company called open signal, and they had a research report that they released this past week about who is the best carrier. I mean when you start looking at metrics, I mean who has like more bars in more places than in a good latency and good customer service. So so Andrew before we talked about this a little bit before on the list. We have Verizon AT and T T mobile and sprint. Now. There's one I don't like to normally start with the loser. But but there's one company that didn't get an award for anything. I guess it's T mobile. Is that you're you're wrong? I'm wrong. Guess the carrier with okay. You want to your second choice. Sprint? Yes. Yes. Sprinted? Looking for niece? Bernice is like, yeah. I have spread. I can totally relate to that. I have spread. Let's see. So the current champ is Verizon, and then they just barely edged out T mobile, so they're neck and neck AT and T they actually got one award. But sprint. Yup. There on the back of the bus nothing. They didn't even get an award for showing up. All right. So I was looking at the Wall Street Journal this past week and they did a tremendous report about glassdoor dot com. And sometimes I look at the Wall Street Journal, I think this is why my subscription is definitely worth it because the amount of research that went into this when you print it out for it's probably, oh, it's probably fifteen pages where they go through in are basically doing statistical analysis on glassdoor dot com now I should back up for just a second. Now, if you are not familiar with glass door, it's supposedly a place where you could go and read anonymous reviews, real reviews from real employees. And then that could help you determine whether or not that particular workplace is for you. So what happens is because this is human nature is that most of the former employees who are anonymous employee's. I wouldn't say that they're the most hap-. Happy and plays. They're not gonna leave glowing reviews if they got fired. And so what the Wall Street Journal found is that in certain parts of the year. Typically around the time that glass door is about to release their ratings on the best places to work is. That's only oh my gosh. There's a surge in positive reviews like like not just like twenty five percent surge. Like over fifty percent companies actually go to their employees. And they say listen, we're trying to win this award. We need more positive reviews. And if you like working here, go tell everybody that you do one CEO's rating went from say, I don't know. I think he had approval rating Blake twenty two percent. And at the end of this surge is approval rating was like eighty five percent. Everybody loves this guy. And so the whole article is about all these different stories, and that it was Elon Musk companies software giant SAP slack. Linked in anthem. I mean, these are some big big companies Clorox, Jack Daniels maker Brown Forman health insurance anthem and the list just goes on and on where suddenly these positive reviews of there. So that got me thinking. I think Andrea joining me here is that I think that we should take a look at some of our reviews. Okay, this company. Yes. So I did. So I pulled some reviews from glassdoor dot com. Now, let me ask you a question though. Yes. As an employer. Yes. Can glassdoor help you not really well because you. These are anonymous reviews from anonymous people the whole idea is that maybe as an employer that I can post my openings, right and people that are looking for a job. We'll say, oh, yeah. This looks like a great place to work but nine times out of ten somebody who's gonna leave a review is not a happy person. They're not satisfied with everything. Yelp whenever everywhere. Yes. Exactly. And so, you know, you're going to go online to vent you're gonna go online to talk about how bad it was. So I pulled up some of the bad reduced. So the first one I wanted to take a look at this is from a former employee an anonymous employee of this company. Yes. He he or she titles. This as not all there doesn't recommend. Okay. He worked here. She worked here full time. Now, the pro here is that the staff are really really good people's. He's not wrong. I've worked here for sixteen years. I'm surrounded by good people's now, the con is that. This is pretty hard. How long have you known me seventeen years? Something is not stable with the owner. Oh, sorry. Kim. When did it happen? I don't know. This says you can receive higher pay elsewhere. Well, yeah, the NFL they pay higher than here. Yeah. That team either. Okay. So here I have another one. All right. Okay. Internal controls the title very specific again, a former employee an anonymous employees. Gives us four stars out of five. This is positive. Okay. But underneath he says doesn't recommend a neutral outlook has no opinion of the CEO. Well, at least you're not unstable pros. This makes this really warms my heart lunch bonus nice atmosphere. Recreation every month was EMMY. I we have an air hockey table upstairs, and you get to use it once per month. Nice. Amanda, use it whenever you want really con. No learned much knowledge or softwares that is a con. If I have softwares I'd like to learn more knowledge about and advice to management need, better training spelled wrong and management. Well, I guess if they had better training. They could learn much software softwares and knowledge you make good point. You do. Now this one though is my absolute favorite. There was a four star review, by the way. Yes, it was this is a one star review. Oh, okay. Former employees Nana some play. O M G two exclamation marks. I can't believe I work there. Doesn't recommend negative outlook disapproves of the CEO. This is hard for me to say, I are you tearing up. Management controls their employees through fear. Oh, at least they're not telling a lie. So obviously accurate. What are you talking about? Andrew Dario shut up. Number two. Really, it really hurts my heart because I have put my life and soul into this company. I really have. And I mean, we have no debt we have known vessels. We had this beautiful twenty four thousand square foot building. But yet this is what they say about me. Are you ready? Kim glares at you. If you have a smile on your face or laughing with another employee. How are you going to rule by fear? If everybody's walking around all happy and stuff, Mike. Do you have a smile interface? Don't do it. I was gonna say I I noticed that Andrew was smiling and having fun with a caller that was this just moments ago. I'm sorry. K reported you already. Okay. We have the self reporting policy. Here keeps everybody in line. I won't smile until this month recreation and softwares. Okay. Now, this one is really something. Kim stands in the parking lot, making sure everyone arrives on time. I stand there with my clipboard Gitmo. You're running over here. Mike, James das- seven. Oh, two today, by the way, it's supposed to be here at seven AM going in the official ledger. Well, we actually. You know, we actually were having a little bit of fun with this. And. And while we were having fun with this Jamie and Cassie were leaving. And I was filming this video that our radio audience again in case you want to see this. Great video it's going to be posted over our channel and Jamie Casio walking out, and I looked at him, and I put my phone out with my clipboard, and I said, ladies, it's twelve forty one. I expect you back at one forty one PM, and they looked at me, and they started laughing. We can. You're such a barren gosh. So that's that's glass door, not a ringing endorsement of the website. I would say so what glassdoor will do though is that if you don't like your layout air quotes, which is a bunch of negative reviews. If you don't like the layout of your particular page for glass door for your company is that? I know this is such a shocker, but you don't want you can pay them what I know on the internet. It's a feature of this site Andrew that you can pay them about twelve thousand dollars a year, and they'll give you a different layout. That layout includes more positive reviews. Just the way that the reviews are there. They don't remove any reviews, you cannot change any of the Congo. How else am I going to know if this is a good place to come give some knowledge is? You know what I just smiled? Sorry. You really need to stop that. We need to focus. We need everybody in the same place. Doc me pay. I apologize because you know, what? Teamwork makes the dream work hate when you say. He's such a great employee. I have often thought of starting think about this. Why can't we have an employer employee site? Would you really do that? Would you really be honest about your former employees? Yes, we fired you because you wanted to take power naps. Do you? Remember that guy? He actually quit you'd never smiled either. No, I mean, and in case, you're just joining us is that you've never heard me talk about this guy actually worked for us. And he'd go to his car at ten AM and two PM. He got to work at eighty five. He's take his lunch at noon same schedule. So we're noticing at ten and two we can't find this guy. And and this is a small company. It's not like you can hide. Right. So we go to like hanging out. So what are you doing? And he looks at all shocked. I mean, you don't offer power naps. And I was like don't sound like you know, what we don't offer power naps. He goes. Oh, my I can't believe I work here. I I need. I need a place that understands that I met my top. When I have a two hour power nap everyday. It'd be a better boss of you. Understood power naps hole. I'm getting a bad review. Now, more balanced. All right. The Trump administration last week order tens of thousands of Irish workers to return to work in many IRS staffers belong to a union. The national treasury employee's union that group put the word out this week that tax refunds may be delayed due to the current shutdown saying that some IRS employees are taking advantage of a provision that allows them to skip work if they suffer hardship. But you know tax day is still Monday April fifteenth this year. And that's when the returns are do nothing changes. And you still must keep records for three years from the date that you filed or as many as seven years if you file claim for.

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"andrea joins" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"andrea joins" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Track it down for me and help us out. And let us know. And I'll compensate you and a few people said, yeah, we'll do it. And then decided to stage it themselves without his knowledge, and he just didn't pay close enough attention to notice the little details that indicated that you can jump to conclusions that he did. And it was all a conspiracy. If you want, but I could absolutely see his explanation playing out in real life and him being sad that he got taken advantage of. You know what I'm saying? I do. Well, India has authorized ten central agencies to intercept monitor and decrypt data on any computer, and he subscriber service provider a person in charge of a computer must extend all facilities and technical assistance to the agency's failure to comply punishable by fines and seven years in prison. Government says any order for interception monitoring and decryption must be approved by the union home secretary. So this is not something that you could get easily. But it is exactly the kind of law that encourages companies to put in back doors if they are worried about not being able to comply with such an order should it come down. Well, I don't know exactly what the fine would be but seven years in prison is nothing to sniff apps. So yeah, I mean, this is the this is the major. Yeah. Well, on it's another back door legislation because Austrailia also is putting in place a law that says you have to comply. If we ask you to see the data you have to be able to decrypt it what what's going on in. Both. These cases is they are not requiring a back door. They're not making legislation that says build a back door in their one step removed saying you're going to have to decrypt it. If we ask you how you are prepared to do that that's up to you probably the only way to be able to do that is to either provide the key yourself and store them or provide a back door. And when you provide the key yourself that is less secure. And that's why signal what's app at cetera. Don't do that. Because they want you to have the most secure communications possible and have no way that anyone else. But you could see your messages. However, when you do that, you're not able to decrypt communications. So a lot of people are worried that this is another example of of the creeping legislation that hobbles cryptography. Okay. So. We're in India what we use. Well, I mean right now you use what's up the, you know, they haven't changed anything. It'll be interesting to see if companies decide to change they operate or not operate in. India? I haven't seen a response from what's up yet? Ball sort of in their court. Well, moving onto apple news. The company announced that his head of machine learning and AI strategy. John John rea- has been promoted to senior vice president and added to Apple's executive team Jen Andrea joined apple back in April overseas Siri, which some folks believe has improved since he took over. Depends on he ask us oppose live ventures. Published results of tests this week between Google Sitton and Siri and Amazon and Cortana all four understood queries more than ninety nine percent of the time with Google getting one hundred percent of the time. Google also answer correctly. Eighty seven percent of the time in Syria was number two at seventy four point six percent, followed by Amazon seventy two point five percent. And then Cortana back down at sixty three point four percent Siri improved. The most though a nuts that's significant because everybody likes to pooh-pooh series as being assistant that isn't that great. She improved the most over the past year up twenty two points, although loop points out that a lot of the improvement from Siri related to just having more domains available. So the reviewers times where it just kicked you over to web searches and Amazon seemed to have the greatest in for. Nation related improvement, even though Amazon wasn't as good in the other situations. If you if you go to that loop story, and you look down at the graph you'll you'll see that when it comes to information related stuff. Amazon was ninety one percent to Google's ninety four percents. So number two, they fall off on local searches commerce searches and command searches that's actually command searches.

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"andrea joins" Discussed on FT Management

FT Management

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"andrea joins" Discussed on FT Management

"Hello and welcome to the f t business books poke i'm isabel barrett executive editor tough t work and careers and joining me today is my colleague andrew hill ft management at attor hello we're recording this series of the podcast around the theme of how to live and work better in a tech driven age we're talking about new books the tougher advice and practical steps towards that dream ahead of the launch of the twenty teen ft and mckinsey business of the prize later this spring in this episode will be talking to andrea kamla she who's a professor in the department for social and economic history at the university of in austria she's the author of a new book with incredibly embassies title work the last one thousand years and amazingly she's crammed all of that history into just two hundred pages andrea joins us on the line from vienna welcome hello nice to meet you talk to you you books incredibly i'm bishop what gave you the idea to cover the entire history of work i mean it's a social and economic historian it's a quite a usually pro that you see how things change over time and that's why i took a long period of time in order to see how the approach to to what's work what people understand when they speak of work and also how work is organized how the changes i'm interested in the period that you chose as well as the conclusions that you drew you take into account what the greeks thought about work what were the ideas of work as they developed during the millennium that you cover what is the one thing that has stayed the same about work because a lot has changed as you explain.

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"andrea joins" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"andrea joins" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Easy allies daniel blood worth comments are of doing the show give me a good time ads right now i'm currently texting going back and forth china with with mr nintendo trying to confirm a mr nintendo appearance eight wh there's many mr nitendo's to be clear sharp sock it to a different you're talking to bs i mean mona is not registered whatever about having ham com next those young games gas and it's looking pretty good knock confirmed yet or britain ciamar accidents aces that's what i'm doing european year allowed to do that you know what i mean we'll know who can just lend you know lend every week j billah sunniest be anderson just getting all the scoops during uh how will you know what it's our show you never want our money insert a brand new segment right here it was submitted by ray briggs the second who says greg illustrious cohost can you add to every monday a run down a new every money rundown down a new segment called what fantastic people are hosting kinda funny games daily this week i know there is a schedule now but i have been listening to kinda funny games daily since day one and i know rarely in the ruins of broken up english your he wants to know who's hosting this week was good i i've told you buy gec next week at your hype aren't get your questions ready don't show early on tuesday andrea joins me of this week wednesday jerrod is in thursday tim man jarrett host is i'm often an event friday tim andrea host as i'm off doing via work for another video game and i'll tell you about one day fancy greg miller offer now say that our sponsors petri on dot com slash kinda funny games we'll talk about that later let's begin the show with what is an forever we'll be the rope report did it did the tall.