31 Burst results for "Arcus"
Turning the Page with Peloton Instructor Jess Sims
"Today. I am sitting down with jess sims. She is a peleton instructor and extraordinary. Human just how you doing always better when it gets talk to you emily. Oh gosh i watched. Just this makes my day. I've been looking forward to this conversation all day here on here at all. I am catching up with some of my all time. Favorite guests from the last couple of years away to round out the year and so naturally one of the most listened to episodes of hurdle in two thousand twenty a yes. Stop it star jazz. You're making me blush things that you can't see on a podcast so i'm bringing just sims into the mix adjust how are loaded question to start off. How are you doing. i love me. Loaded question on a right now. Do well thank you for asking. It is my day off and not by getting to be adults things that i like to push aside on my busy workdays in just enjoy. It's snowing actually for the first time in new york city today. See technically speaking. It's been snowing for a few hours. So i will take the like sundance with like for the first time with a grain of salt. I've definitely seen snow this year. But this is like a new. No yes i mean. Nobody teaching and inspiring all. You're socio. I mean okay fine but yes fair. I looked out the window. And all i see is white. So it's a. It's officially a good snow day. I'm into it. I'm into it so i mean we're talking about snow now but we've been talking about for. The last year is the fact that this year is unlike any other. So give the hurdlers. Catch me up a little bit. Talk to me about how your twenty twenty has been. Oh man Twenty twenty what a year it has been it blows my mind that it's december. Let me start off by saying that. I feel like the last before before. Twenty twenty bt. I'm gonna. I'm gonna coin that officially here the last like memory i have before. Pre pre pandemic was black history. Month that peleton and so it's wild because we're revving up for black history month. Twenty twenty one and so am i wait a minute. I just feel like i. It's a time travel but it's been a year full of a lot of stuff a lot of alone time a lot of reflection a lot of community a lot of realization that i'm really excited to dive into with you today and i wouldn't have traded and of course this year has been brutal for so many reasons for so many people but i wouldn't trade this year because it's done so much for me personally. It's also gotta be really interesting. I mean especially with what you do. So many people around the country around the world are looking toward peleton this year for inspiration and motivation and like sanity and you are the person that is providing that sanity to so many people so i would imagine that although what a beautiful opportunity to connect with these people like pressures on me. That's how i would see it from my point of view like i would imagine that for you. Maybe more than ever being really honest about what you need and where you're at is so important to show up for your community totally and i think that that's one of the things that i pride myself on. Always being very real so I was just talking a couple of weeks ago. you might have heard it in class By the way. Thank you for taking classes. That i love the phrase. Amplify the positive. Because it's not you don't wanna be overly optimistic to the point where you're annoying. It's the point where you're like okay. But you're you're undermining the pain and the suffering that so many people are going through but you can always find the positive and by using the word amplify it's acknowledging that life is not all roses but there are some beautiful things much. Choose to put those up higher. Focus on motives and for me personally. It's the secret as saying this whole thing. Secret thing that i was thinking in my head was yes. Wow i am doing so much for other people you know. We're almost four million members of our world wide with at the time and i don't take role lightly whatsoever and but the secret is that y'all have done more for me than you could ever imagine because there was a point in time where i was not working out unless i was teaching. I couldn't get myself to be motivated enough to get up and teaching. Because i didn't want to do it for myself. I was like oh it's easy to just you know. Hang in today's easy today to just you know. Forget about those goals. And forget about the things i said i wanted to do. But because it's my job. Because i need to show up i find my strength in the stories of our members. And so when you get a dm or a comment or your tagged in a post though someone saying jess the i'm your the only bright spot. Peleton is the only bright spot in my twenty twenty. I'm a essential worker My mom is sick. am a single parent. I have three kids under three like. There's the story's never cease to amaze me and on my toughest arcus day I'm like these people need me in able to transcend myself and realize that it's bigger than me and i'm able to get up there and perform and i it it it helps me. I hope just as much as it helps others.
Interview With John Dunne
"Articles and I just thought some interesting ideas in pick up from last conversation. And these ideas around you know ignorance concepts reality. They in the. End and how how conceptual -ality relates to different types of. Styles. And is sort of. Stuff you're talking about and also about how the structures that underlie you know perception conceptual, -ality and how they play a role in determining. What Meditation might be a affected? So I thought we'd go we talk about that stuff. but I thought maybe we start some. Start with the basics I started the one to one level and I thought I'd ask you talk a little bit about ignorance at the cognitive level out something might take something like desire like Braga, for example, and sort of if you talk about why how ragas becomes problematic what's relationship to suffering cognitive era and in wine meditation might help and I'm thinking about you spoke about how meditation on United Bodies of bodies as courses that type of meditation we talk about this level of arcus. So maybe stop there. Sure. So the this idea basically in a sense you could say, bad. Things that's really interesting about Buddhist approaches to the problem of suffering and also the mind, and we've got our our next volume coming out on the minds and one of the things. That's one of the things that's really kind of text lines on our. This is the idea that you know. You could say in a certain way there are some aspects of our western tradition dating back going back to Greek philosophy where in in a certain way the problem is what we Mike Fault emotion nor the passions, right But Buddha's didn't have a separate category for emotion. May Not, how they thought about it wasn't like emotion. What's kind of cloudy reason and of course me no. That doesn't make a lot of sense. Antonio DAMASIO famously. Cards error is the one maybe his. You know explicatives the most clearly, but actually we need to have emotion in order to think periods. So it's not like emotion the problem. So attachment in a certain way is not in and of itself a problem there were certain traditions India that thought that attachment was the problem, but it's not because of its emotional of the distortion that is assumed that come with it too. If we kind of go back to the time of the Buddha no, this is the upon a shot traditions and. One of the things that the of trying to figure out his in a sense like why does the vedic sacrifice works in? How does it manipulate the universe so that we can and we do it sacrifice we achieve some kind of a goal and they're starting to inquire into in a sense kind of what's connecting everything in the universe, and this then leads to speculation about what they call which is a neuter neutral sort of like almost like a web is minute for the use underlies everything. But it's also then connects to a sense of who we are really what our true nature is in. The basic idea is that the problem with Raga, with attachment or pre or thirst craving and More in the Buddhist world is that we're trying to make something happy that doesn't exist. Right. So I if I if I think there's you know when I teach this in my mind courses here at the university, I'd like to use this idea the you know the blue monster in my closet. In Some people I'm sure have heard this from me before like a little blue monster living in your closet and. You know you come over to visit me in there I am in my room like staring at the closet and like I can't make him. Happy. He won't eat anything. You know you see all these doggie bags on the restaurant is. Taken too much something but whatever it is so. You know I'm like confused about why I can make the Blue Monster. Happy. In the reason I can't make him happy. She doesn't exist. So there's a kind of. So the idea of did both desire aversion the to kind of very basic emotions if we want to call him emotions to basic effective frames that are the framework of our of a moment of awareness are both about getting avoiding stuff, right? That's basically. They're they're the they're the framework for a a behavior which is getting avoiding again. Again, avoiding what what we want in what we don't want because it's going to make me happy. But the idea here is which the Buddhist shed across the board with all of the philosophers is the idea that there isn't. You know there's no blue monster in there there isn't this little die that is the real me deep inside and I just can't find the right ice cream or the white, the right sports car or the. Right in a girlfriend boyfriend or whatever it is to make me happy. I could if
It's Time for Assassin's Creed to Make a Big Change
"Assassin's creed ball Khawla tell me your thoughts on November tenth not only may you be picking up a console but obviously big game as well that's Asoka Hall looks amazing. I don't know if you've got a chance to check out that new story trailer, but it looks like it's a setting that similar to what the original assassin's creed was but it's more familiar because we've all seen like the Vikings show and just a lot of the documentaries the S.. My big question here now is that you know I'm going to definitely GONNA, try to get an xbox series x on November tenth but. Mike an end up playing it on xbox one or xbox series x I. Guess It depends on if I get the console but there's a lot of games that are coming out right around that time and probably the biggest of them all will be call of duty black ops, Cold War of the Games that are coming out right around that time I mean because you're going to be seeing a lot of playstation five and xbox series games that are coming that we've seen before on previous systems. But of the Big Games, November thirteenth is also going to be big day because call of duty black ops cold war just after these consoles get released all duty Cold War comes out consoles. Yes. This is a call. Do that might make me WanNa. Go back and play call of duty again it's just I was just announced last week. Yeah. So this is a game I do WANNA play it's not going to be running out to get on launch day though just it's called duty it'll be around when I want it to be I think there are more pressing games coming out but I know that there is a big audience in a lot of people who are going to play this. So I respect that. Absolutely. It's going to be something I might Gimme back into the colleges series I know. arcus has been trying to draw me in because he's getting back into it for the first time in several years, he was a competitive call duty player and he's getting back into it. He's getting his friends back into it. He taught about at length zombies and how much he wants to go ahead and start playing that again on call of duty black ops cold, War I'm looking forward to the story and playing through it, and of course, the multiplayers. Well. So call of duty black OPS old war if we've got any money leftover after buying a system, if we buy a system, we might have to spend it oncology black ops
Human Computer Interaction and Online Privacy
"My Name is Moses Namara I am a PhD candidate in University Walk Online privacy career, investigating people with experiences on expectations of online privacy I am. Originally from Uganda was pointing, follow on came to the useful known I'm on my way to getting that beauty, and when it comes to online privacy. Can you be a bit more specific? Are you concerned with things like the SSL level or a user's relationship to their browsers? Where your interests lie, my interests fly A. Team, so I'm coming in not at the technical aspect of privacy, but I'd be used experience aspect of privacy, and so the key question being held. We hope uses money to privacy online as most our lives transition to use of nine technologies. Yeah, in particular, has the you know, covid nineteen in the stay at home orders, and all these sorts of things. How has that affected the privacy? World has a fictive privacy in terms of most people now being forced to interact connects through various forms of technology, really honest, various forms students having to download and use online technologies. Stay in touch with teachers to parents. Adults having to Donald Shishir, meet the I in terms of. With the news better so making sure that they can connect with other people that no money they would have meant Christopher's physically. So in terms of how effective privacy is that? We're seeing a lot of people now. Adopting new technologies, they haven't used all use mobile technologies higher rate than they would know. Maybe do, and so that definitely being what technology they end up using presents, different privacy, issues and challenges. Is Privacy I don't know the truth to this. I'm not an immunologist. Human being stayed home for two weeks. You know the virus would be effectively defeat, even though that's kind of impossible, if everyone used two factor authentication and some simple protocols, would that solve privacy? No different in you hoping tons of protecting people's access to their online accounts online logging online, they need to log into right, but that's the security level in terms of offering people the option to actually secure log into their accounts and making sure archaeology, the possums were trying to request or log into the account, so that help secure the data in one aspect, the other aspect in terms of privacy is that we biscuit looking at the data that they explicitly maybe give to the technology will looking I at the data that the technology that they're using requires for you to function. Function with looking at the data that is not explicitly given by the user, but implicitly in five by the technology right based on different, maybe algorithms that use, and so we are looking at all these different aspects in terms of holidays uses to come into play on. How do we ensure weather? That access is restricted to only people who the used as comfortable sharing with all having people here? This is a really interesting comparison. You guys have in the paper that that will talk I'm sure a lot about privacy at a glance, the user centric design of glance data exposure visualizations. To impact there, but if you start with, could you expand on the difference there between privacy in terms of settings and privacy of data what say user giving up in each case I guess. Privacy in terms of sittings are basically the control is that guide enable uses to set or let be known what level of privacy they're comfortable with, and this is usually enabled by technology that they're using so these technologies like a social media. Company will site like this because controls that enable people to sit with the one I share Nixon, that fitting that level, and so this is hoping that way then we have privacy in terms of the data, so the data is basically any use of using information beyond what the primary purpose was, and so I think that's where the issue comes in comes of using this data in other secondary Rewe's deviant of the primary ways that someone has. To be used what I like to think about when I think about did yeah, when I'm installing an APP I'm often being asked. Do you give it permissions for your camera or this or that? And often it'll say you know access to contact the Internet, which is such a weird Pandora's box to me. You know it a weather APP THAT'S GONNA! Talk to the weather server and get the weather for my zip code, or is it an APP that's going to? Be All of my private data and send it to the mothership. I've never felt like I really had a good I could be turned that on her off, but I never had a full control setting. Is that something you envision that? Maybe users would get more control of or do we trust that the user can manage those controls maybe too complicated I don't know what do you think so? That's a sexually good that you raised that because my research looks at what is the comfortable level at which uses able to engage and uses controls, but festival demo countries. You have the more less likely achieve all. All those controls because yesterday, a huge number of them on so that requires quick native, if looked to the ARCUS, fully seek out of control is unused them appropriately, but at the same time we need such was in place, because then uses a able to explicitly kind of make the edition non or set a liberal privacy comfortable. We've now the trick becomes the paradox becomes. We have these countries in place, but we have fewer people using them right, and so it becomes a question of. How do we meet these needs where they are on? How do we ensure that they are motivated enough to actually? Understand what this is due on. Be Able to actually go unused him comfortably. So
Hermès launches $67 lipstick
"Air mads just launch lipsticks. There's a ton of them. We actually did something with them for Harper's bazaar and I have to tell you. We were dazzled by the shades. There's a ton of shades and some of them come in and sheer like kind of Velvety Mat creamy delicious. It's GonNa set you. Act Sixty seven bucks each though European listeners. Heads Up Matt and Marcus. arcus are doing a collaboration with Lancome and sadly this is not going to be built in the US. The after dark collection will include an is cold as Ice Kit and another for lips the flaming Ming Lips Lips Kit. No relation to the band. No plans for this to come to the US
Askov Finlayson Creates Climate Positive Outerwear
"Hey Eric welcome to good together. We're excited to have you. Thanks Laura Beer. Super excited to Have you with US Eric. I Know Laura I told me about your company and I saw the park I was like Yes yes lizard into tomorrow. Wonderful inscription be with you. Thank you yeah. We're we're very excited to talk all things. Climate positive outerwear today. And I think you know for for Liza and hi this is a really and I mean I think this is GonNa be an interesting episode for anyone because we all need a jacket for the winter But I think there's been a lot of chatter recently about out You know innovations textiles innovations from companies. That are be cores that are really interested in providing more climate. I'm at positive solutions. I'm Eric I wonder if you could just introduce yourself and give us a little bit of information about your company. Sure was you said we're we're or a climate positive outdoor apparel company. We specialize in winter. Parkas were based here in Minneapolis Minnesota. Where where the need for good? Winter Outerwear is is a very real thing And we try to offer. In addition to our climate positive model with with the environment. Mind we also try to offer offer a really great value by bypassing the retail markup offering our products directly to consumers through ECOMMERCE and we have a flagship store herein when you're in our neighborhood of Minneapolis so We are awesome. I was very impressed with a mission statement. I was just reading last night Can you tell me a bit more about positive. By I think you are guys offset carbon emissions. There is a lot of layers of like doing good with your business model. Yeah we try to keep it pretty simple. I mean this was an idea that that evolved over the past few years We started did making our own products in twenty thirteen and as we started to experience success especially around a products that were of this place which we like to call all the north of the United States We wanted to think about how we could harness that momentum for good and so we began a program that we called in two thousand fifteen keeps the north cold and we began a giving program. We had a nonprofit partner. We felt really good about that and we were definitely having a positive impact but we really wanted to challenge ourselves to think about. Where are we actually keeping the cold on a on a net basis if you really did the math and it it causes to do a pretty thorough south audit and we took the intention of giving program in the beginning And this idea of north cold relief which we saw as a promise. We're making our customers and we wanted to really be able to back thaddeus and show our math in a in a transparent way and hold ourselves accountable to our customers and also to the planet and so what you know with the program evolved into is is every year doing a carbon footprint self audit doing everything we can to reduce our negative impacts through our our operations as as a business and then within qualifying that impact and turning it into one hundred ten percent net positive Financial commitment to organizations Asians are leaving their leading solutions to the climate crisis. So it's really at its at. Its most simple. It's a self imposed carbon tax and it's a way that we can you Hold ourselves accountable and and be able to stand behind the promise to our customers that were actually contributing on a net basis to the solution rather than being part of the problem. Okay and I had a question so what what would you say. Is the number one offender in your business right now as it relates to carbon emissions. Like where have you guys tried. Tried to focus. I mean I know it. Sounds like there's quite a few areas but what sleep. Maybe the top area. Well you know I'll give you a couple of examples of of what we've done one was just in our in our operations here or in Minneapolis. We've switched to one hundred percent sustainable power for all of our our offices in our operations here is a business at our headquarters now comes from wind energy actually all produced you're Minnesota And then the other big area of focus has been our supply chain and especially materials serials. We looked at some of the products. We were already making. And how could we could. We switch over the most Low Impact of materials hospitals. We switched some products to recycle materials. That previously hadn't been been made from like a virgin acrylic. Now is made from one hundred percent recycled material if you look at our our winter north hats but then when we introduce this parker this past year a chance to really start from scratch on a new product and and how could we embed all of the best decisions with climate impact in mind into the materials manufacturing the partners we were working with. And so if you look at the park where we make. It's one hundred percent recycled outer material. It's one hundred percent blue signed certified lining which will become one hundred percent recycled next year. We found the the fabric to be able to achieve that. And then the thing. I'm probably most proud of was material. Really innovation that we were able to achieve Throw partnership with three M which is a company base-year in Minnesota and it's the first time ever that they've offered one hundred percent recycled featherless down insulation And so you know to to have have a real material. Innovation in in terms of sustainability in one hundred percent recycled in our first year was an accomplishment. We were pretty proud of yeah. Yeah that's amazing and I. I didn't know that three M was based out there so that that's good to know and I know in the past. They've been major innovators in various. Sort of No chemical engineering and things like that But I one of the things that you mentioned that I want to kind of dive into is talking about materials specifically that make up the the Parka Arca and one question that we get often on brightly is around you know the usage of animal based materials so oftentimes for Parkas arcus this equates to feather feathers being used down and so I wondered if you could speak a little bit too Why you guys chose to not go the feather row? How on maybe what your point views on that? Yes so you know. It's there's sort of two parts. There's one there is I think the ethical question which you've raised which you know I it relates to with the installation choice. Do you use you know feather down inflation versus a federalist we've chosen to go with there's also a number of companies that use for Roths We also chosen not to use for our materials. That very much isn't ethical choice for us and I would say on the down. It's a combination of the two. You know there's there's the ethical will impact of how those feathers are sourced But also for us it was really just actually a performance questions when we began our research on this product. We went to the person who I know that knows more about Winter Outerwear and surviving and thriving in harsh winter conditions His name is will stegar. He's a legendary Arctic and Antarctic explorer. A based here in Minnesota someone. I've known many years he led the first confirmed dogs. That expedition to the North Pole. The first crossing of Antarctica so just really in the all time top echelons of exploration and and so we went up to his homestead in in northern Minnesota and went through his expedition archives and went through all of his gear and he'd actually always used Three M synthetic attic insulation in his archive of back. Then of course it wasn't available. One hundred percent recycled that's new to us this year but he always chosen not to go down as we asked him why that was and he felt that the you know the risk of down especially when you're in those type of conditions environments is that as soon as it gets wet it loses its loft and it it it stops being as warm and so for him. It was very much just a performance question that he said Synthetic inflation was every bit as is warm and actually was more versatile and served his needs better. So that's really where we went down the path of making that choice based on just research much of what performs the best
Latin Music Gallery Opens Doors At GRAMMY Museum
"According to Billboard magazine the Global Popularity and sales of Latin music are at an all time high and so it seems fitting that the Grammy Museum at. La Live has a new space dedicated to Latin musicians. The Latin music galleries recent opening was attended by a wide range of music. Industry figures the frame contributor. Beto arcus was there and has this report about two hundred. People showed up at the opening of the Grammy Museum's Latin Music Gallery. There was a lot to celebrate when the Grammy Museum opened in. Two Thousand and eight Latin music was is barely noticeable. We try to convince the people of the museum that it was worth it to have space for Latinos and they gave us fifteen square meters. which accounts for one hundred and fifty square feet? Maurice Gabriela Varroa is president of the Latin Recording Academy an offshoot of the Grammy Organization but also says when they began pitching the idea of Latin music space at the museum they had to focus on two things. First Education we are. We are tangled. We are SAMBA. We are personal. We are Ranchera so they said well. It's very easy for you to say but we don't know how to do Louis. Hope I retained on behalf of the Latin Recording Academy experts in every field and they came and they put their best. So when you go there you have all genders there about. Oh assess for nine years. They kept complaining about the one hundred and fifty square feet. They had been allocated until one day he asked I. What else can we do? They said we'll we need contributions so he says Oh. Let's contribute so. We begin being much more cooperative with the museum. undecisive guys. Why don't we do something nicer for you? Assess for the past year and a half. Latin Recording Academy has been helping the Grammy Museum create the Latin Music the gallery they went from one hundred fifty two six thousand square feet so the difference is huge humongous. It is also true that the presence presence of Latin music in America has grown is being more noticed but they also found that most of the apple these to the museum are Latin. Descent are Hispanics who come to the museum. So if the Magic Work Iwo Lavonia they live. Well I think that music brings us all together and now with our renovations were able to tell a lot more stories and a lot. Bigger stories about are about the impact of music. So it's very important. Michael Stich is president of the Grammy Museum. And this is Kind of museum two point zero if you will. So we're actually taking a lot a lot of time and energy and a big investment two million dollar investment. We've made on the third floor to really start. Expanding the storytelling of Latin Music Day Nagara Exhibit zibute highlights the Latin Grammy Awards from the past twenty years including more than thirty songs on rotation heard on a sound system in every room on display. There's is an electric guitar from Columbia Scar Beavis and an accordion that was played by cork commanders of low figures. The North The sky is there's also fashioned from the Latin grammys including blazer worn by the late pop singer Gabrielle. An address warned by singer Gaby Moreno designed by her. What Alan Compatriot you sham? I A warrant at the Latin grammys in two thousand thirteen. When I won my my best new artist award and about a month ago I received An email asking me if I if I could send it here but I told them well the dresses in Guatemala. Because I I gave it back to him after I used it. So they He's shifted and now it's being on display. Here's a really fatal. Haven't seeded Jillian singer. Francisco Ellen Swallow describes a couple items is on display. That caught her attention. Where in front of Bruce's dress from an award ceremony of the Grammy's and we love our fans say she's a museum? We have the monthly. Which I'm a big Fan? I was just hanging out with those guys here. They're amazing I'm such a fan proud of all the Latin artists here displayed an excited. For uh-huh diverse Latin see
Vice President Pence, Secretary Pompeo traveling to Turkey
"Vice-president Mike Pence and secretary of State Mike Pompeo will head to Turkey on Wednesday to work toward a ceasefire deal president trump told reporters on Tuesday that he's threatening severe tariffs on Turkish steal if they don't cooperate we with the strongest sanctions that you can imagine but they get a lot we have a lot in store if they don't if they don't have an impact including massive tariffs on will ship a lot of steel to the United States they make a lot of money shipping steel they won't be making so much money but on Tuesday Turkey pressed on into Syria last week arcus leader receptor told trump that he planned to invade Syria and trump announced the withdrawal of a contingent of US troops on the Syria Turkey border the decision drew a backlash from both sides of the political as it seemed to give her to on a green light to attack Kurdish fighters who have been key allies in the fight against Islamic state terrorists.
Why a New Age of Value Investing is Here
"But let's get to the rant okay now. If if you read the stands Mary Digest if you're stanbury reader you saw me talking about some stuff on Friday. If you're stands very alliance member or extreme value subscriber you also saw me talking about the same thing in the September issue of extreme value which came out on Friday as well so I was all up in reader's grills on Friday about one particular subject and I'm going to talk about that today. I obviously can't give giveaway the advice that I told are paying subscribers in you know the extreme value newsletter but I can tell you what I told him which I think because extraordinarily important. It's like this for a couple of years now. I've been kind of kind of I've been pretty bearish on stocks and starting in two thousand seventeen I said look I expect in the next couple of years. We're going to see the start of a bear market and lots of volatility and after that I said we're probably going to see something like the golden age of value investing because what happens over time over history history over several decades you see that you know the cheapest stocks in the market outperformed the most expensive ones for several years and then there's usually a bear market ticket or some kind of Ruckus and then people feel burned by the thing that performed so great that led them down so bad in the bear market then they switch to something else so they buy the more expensive names the high growth technology names and then those do well for a while then there's a bear market then guess what happens they they feel burned by the grows docs and they go back to the value stocks so there's this tick tock kind of change of the seasons affect between growth the more expensive part of the market and value cheaper part of the market and so. I've been saying stocks are expensive. We're going to get that moment in the next couple of years ears. It's common. It's not here yet. It's coming and we're talking about it for two years and what I told readers on of of the digest and extreme value and Friday is what I'm telling you right now. It's it's here. It started I mean do I even need to recount the last ten nine years right. If you look at just the you can use the Russell growth in value indexes. They have like one the Russell one thousand growth two thousand three thousand whenever I use the Russell One thousand thousand growth index that is up more than four hundred percent since March two thousand nine the last big bottom and the Russell Value Index is about two hundred and sixty percent which is nothing to Sneeze Abbott is nowhere near four hundred percent so you can see the very obvious difference you know people just weren't interested in value and they I love growth. What happened on Friday or I'm sorry on Monday. September ninth is that this this whole thing it just it turned upside down like in one day and our good friend Jason effort over a sentiment trader later kind of called this out to me not to me personally he tweeted it to the whole world and I subscribed to his letter and he said that there to all subscribers but basically he said the best stocks. This is a quote from him. The best stocks today that was Monday. September ninth are the ones that have been the worst year to date date. This is the biggest one day momentum shift since two thousand nine. I saw another report to day in barons. I'm sorry earlier this week and barons and they said basically the same thing that this this shift is the biggest. It's been since two two thousand. They said since two thousand ten but you get the idea right. Everybody is noticing that there was this massive shift essentially from growth to value on one day and I've been waiting for this and I've been predicting that this would happen now. Not everyone is convinced that you know the starting gun was fired as I'm saying it was on Monday September ninth. The LUTH old group is a really great research firm and they're saying hey you know don't get too excited. Wall Street Journal put out an article said. Hey don't get too excited but I'm sorry I just I disagree with them. I think this is it. I think the turn the giant turn been anticipating from growth devalue is here so what does that mean well what it means is like think of it this way nick if you take all the stocks in the market and split them into ten pieces based on something like price to book value. Let's just say so. You know you got these ten slices based on price to book value so there's you know the bottom ten percent you know there's the the cheapest ten percent right and then there's the next cheap is ten percent and so on up to the most expensive ten percent think of it that way well for the last ten in years the most expensive ten twenty percent twenty five percent. Whatever has been doing a lot better than you know those bottom ten percents right you know those bottom two or three ten percent so the the more expensive stocks have been outperforming the cheaper ones and that it it it just turned turned upside down as as Jason Gifford indicated and as you know the folks in Barons indicated in an article today and has a bunch bunch if you just type value and growth and shift I mean you could probably type any combination of these words into Google. You're going to get a bunch of articles in the Financial Nanteuil Times. like I said Wall Street Journal Bloomberg has had a couple of them. This is all over the place you know. This was not a quiet event. This was a big event and so that is sort of like that was the starting gun. That was the moment that I was predicting. I think there's a couple other things really really you know the one big other saying that kind of caught my eye as a possible indicator. Is You know what I'm calling the failure. You're of the we work right. We talked about this last week and I think that really kind of put a pin in the in the Vision in growth growth. IPO market until now all you needed to have a Multi Multi Billion Dollar IPO OH was vision and growth right a vision of the world with lots of Nice flowery language and you know lots of revenue growth so so you combine these two things together in that explains a lot of IPO's right and and of course making a profit well you know we we don't need that vision and grows replaces profitability as important marker for bringing a company public but not now I think I think we work really put it this way. Who would have predicted in January when they were financing. They took a two billion dollar investment out of Soft Bank at a valuation of forty seven billion where we're all the articles saying this valuation is going. GonNa be cut by more than half and the IPO is probably not even going to happen. There were none nobody was predicting that and yet that is exactly what is played doubt now. I wouldn't have predicted it because let's face it. This thing has just gone on and on and on for years and you know calling the top of a bull market ooh boy you know the longer gets. It should be easier to call but it's almost harder because we all just get used to it. It becomes new normal well. All Twenty nineteen is anything but normal do you not agree who who ah January I would have looked looked forward and said fifteen hundred fifty dollars an ounce gold seven Chinese yuan to the US dollar. Nobody was talking about seven. It was just six six six six as far as the I could see who would have said you know may twenty nineteen would be the worst may and forty years for the stock market who would have said August twenty nineteen would have been the best year for the bond market in forty years and you know who would have predicted the the we work to buckle. Nobody nobody is the the answer and of course you. I'm sure all said be feedback. I predicted it or or you know this guy predicted it or that guy but it wasn't everywhere and yet it it's turned into this weird year where all this stuff is happening and frankly it feels very end of cycle. Michael and I've said that many times I realize on the podcast but it's it's become more intense this year with all these huge huge changes in financial markets and I think for me and for my readers dispatch from growth to value is really the big event and so in my newsletter extreme value for the Passover years we we've done things completely differently. We haven't done the traditional sort of valuation metrics that you do do when you're in a value investor. We've done some other things and use different a different valuation style. I've talked about it. It's kind of complicated. It's called price x prize implied expectations and it came from a book by a previous podcast guest. Michael Moebius called expectations investing and it really it helped us a lot. We found all kinds of stuff that by the headline traditional metrics looked really expensive but when we applied the price implying expectations dictation model it was like wow this thing is cheap and so you know we recommended for example last August we picked starbucks and that thing was up eighty percent in a matter of months several months and and that was from August twenty eighteen by the way so it it worked it was good but it wasn't the traditional value thing and what I'm saying now is that the starting gun was fired last week and and and the traditional value thing is back on baby. It's it's back back in action. It's here so our work arcus cut out for us because if you just if you've done any amount of stock screening you know that there's a lot more names you know south of. You've just a couple of billion in market CAP. Let's say then there are north of a couple of billion in market cap so a lot of these value things. Are you know one one billion two billion five hundred million. They're smaller and they're in beat up industries and they're in difficult businesses. I mean I I've been looking at reinsurance insurance company Electronics Manufacturers actually one was a beat up utility company. The utilities are screaming but this one was beat up for the different reasons and and so there's a lot of different stuff and and each one is sort of a unique situation unto itself picking these stocks a high art because they got a lot of hair on them. You've got to be comfortable with with a mediocre business. starbucks is a fantastic. Aston Business and we pick some other big cap stocks like Home Depot and a couple others that I'd rather not give away for free and and you know they've they've done fine but assessing those businesses is kind of a similar proposition they dominate their markets. They generate tons of cash. They have consistent margins consistent free. Casually there's a whole bunch of markers where you can just look at the thing and go one two three four five yup. It's one of them but the value stocks aren't like that there is almost like they're all one offs and the only thing they have in common is that they're all dirt frigging cheap and everyone has avoided voided them like the plague for ten years of course those two things go together right and one of the insights that I'd like to share with you is that this is a very Howard marks type of a thing I recommended Howard marks book the most important thing many many times on the program in my newsletter you know in my living room to my wife dog recommended the book a lot and and marks will frequently say you know so the the market knows companies. It knows what the good businesses are. So what are you going to bring to the table that that is any better than that because you have to do something different over time to to get superior returns. If you're doing the same thing thing everybody else is doing or if you're doing anything that everybody else already knows about. You're not going to get the superior returns. You gotta do something that everybody but he doesn't know about and by definition people don't know about all the stocks they've been avoiding for ten years so they're all dirt cheap whereas whereas by definition these businesses like kinder- Morgan and starbucks and Home Depot and other other companies by definition those things you know they have is on them so they always looked kind of expensive. They rarely look. They don't really get dirt cheap so it's a different. This is a big shift. It's a different proposition and and it's somewhat of a prediction because what I'm saying is from this point forward. The values going to outperform but I'm really not thinking of it as a prediction. I think the starting gun was fired. It's it's absolute historic. Fact that that one day shift in momentum is the biggest such shift in ten years documented now in two different sources that I've seen you know. I
"arcus" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"And from the Arcus foundation dedicated to the idea that people can live in harmony with one another and the natural world. It's one a I'm Todd Swick before we get back to the try guys, I have a heads up about tomorrow show. We're gonna meet a young pioneer in the world of fashion, Elaine. Well off is judge on project, one runway and the former editor in chief of teen vogue, her influence on the magazine can be seen today in its coverage of political news and empowering. Young women to make a difference. Not just fashion trends anymore or lists about boyfriends, it's much different over a teed vogue, and we'll talk to her tomorrow, but we want to know when was the first time that you saw someone who looked like you in a fashion magazine did it change. How you thought about your own beauty? What was the experience? Like for you. Leave us voicemails, eight five five two three six one one, a when was the first time that you felt represented in a fashion magazine and what did that mean for you? Tell us your story. Eight five five two three six one one A. We'll share some of your stories tomorrow on one a well the try guys are here they are. Eugene, Lee, gang Ned, Fulmer Keith Habur house, burger and Zach Cornfeld they are known as the Tri guys. Now, look, Keith I spent so much time. Disparaging chicken strips that producer producer j q a dug into the archives because she says that you made a big difference. In her fruit choices, we have a clip. Here's Keith doing his famous to some, some would say infamous, chicken strips video watch. There's.
Why has Tarantino turned The Hateful Eight into a Netflix miniseries?
"I guess the one thing we're supposed to assume that okay, we'll LOKI already stole the test right at the end of the ragnarok. So in the same way that anos got it back from him at the beginning of Infinity war, something similar would just happen. No. This didn't make sense to me either. The only thing I could think of is like when iron man is going back and returning all the Infinity stones the right place kept America. Yes. He maybe. Fixed that somehow I don't but. Yeah. Honestly doesn't make sense. And to be honest in my head. I was like, oh, it's going to be a word spinoff. We'll does it have something to do with. When the doctor strange lady explains that once you take one of these things at creates a separate time line. I mean, we could assume that yes when located that it created a separate line, but we're just supposed to assume that that's one of the timelines that captain America went back and fixed and then decided to just maybe Oregon, maybe the Disney plus show. It's a way for them to justify doing something completely outside of like the new kind of story on they're doing. All right since we answered that one quickly. We're gonna do one more from trae go trae, they wise crack trae Seto from southern California. I'm a huge con of of narrative. And I just listen to podcast on endgame. Great stuff. I've enjoyed it regarding on tasha sacrifice. I honestly found it what I wanted. No, not at all. But I found it rather interesting considering in most films that usually like the male has to make a sacrifice for whatever reason whether fits choice and not, but they usually make that choice then thing for me to see a female. Do it was Billy was very new and very interesting and didn't want it to happen. Like, I said, no. Honestly, I just I honestly like pack that female can make the sacrifice that nobody else could especially when it's in the diet situation. And I wanted to talk about that. I think that's something you rarely see like the female making by the mail. That's just my personal take on it. I don't know what you guys on. You know? I don't know if I wanna talk about it. But yeah. Lumped stuff. Thanks, right. So my thoughts on this are one. I think will if if lex was basically saying how would have been more interesting Hawkeye sacrificed himself because he realizes that. Like, oh, the fact that I went to Japan and started killing all of these guys, isn't okay. So I should say I should end up dying. Because you know, I made a mistake. No matter how hor horrific the loss that I experienced was as far as the tasha ending. One thing that I just don't understand is that isn't it that you have to sacrifice the thing you love most and of each other. But he loves his wife, and then the tasha 's whole romance Arcus with the hulk least, I write really yet. You haven't seen it? I have not brought the wise crack marvel experts to this. They can probably explain that more as far as a female doing it. I don't know doesn't
"arcus" Discussed on Black Girl Nerds
"We've been using for a few seasons now. And let us know what you thought about this past episode or there any series that you have about what the fate will be of some of our favorite characters. What your predictions are going to be who you think is going to end up on the iron throne all of this fun questions in comments, please tweet at us in in let us know. And yes, we'll be here next week really excited in you did a great job for your first podcast. I gotta take killer. Thank you for just kind of breaking this whole thing down. It's it's great to talk to someone who is like hardcore fan of his than you're just like, okay. I'm gonna listen to what you say in his chart. Whenever. So. Yeah. One of these days one of these days, I will get passed through. This is my faculty have to read the bugs like if your their own fan. You must read the series, and my recommendation is the ones volumes are like stone books. You don't wanna read it? That's fine. There is always the audio book. And I. Did I did actually I did both? I did both the audio book. And I would read the books when I would drive to work morning. Listen to the audio book when I got home at night. I'd read the book, and that's how able to get through the first two books so quickly. But then. Yeah. Life kind of gotten away, and I didn't get the Melanesian to get on that you cannot be like what the truth, those narrator. He is amazing like. Three, right. But actually fun fact perform guile 'cause I'm a huge nerd fun. Fact ROY of trees with actually the pyro Manser in season to the guy that like got all those caches of the dragon fire that was him. He was originally supposed to play on grandma's or peristyle, but he was too Arcus mass. I too old but his health was failing. So that gave them a small road role on the series. The Batman is very much part of the thrones universal get the audio books. Get Laudi of. Ardia? The audio books are epic. And you know, if you by the way, I'm cheap. If you if you don't want to purchase it on kindle, you can just because what I did was. I just use the app through my public library. Yeah. I think everybody has like an their public librar-. That's what I did. I just downloaded the app and listen to it on my book that way, but yet. Yeah, it's it's great. Of course. Good law and your bunk. Yeah. I did that too. I will say full slowed is like twenty disc. But it's guys out there. Of course, you you can dig your usual, like your audible, your kindle, what have you? But definitely if you're a game of thrones fan now that the season is the series is wrapping up you're going to want to be part of this. You know, you can go back and read the books watching show read the books like just prepare yourself. And then it during things into perspective reading, I mean, I didn't finish them. But you know, reading the first two and a half books because I didn't. Not finish. I know I'm now. Now, you make me feel that. Okay. After. Car. I think it was like teeth chapter, and I will get to that point. Absolutely start reading. But. Yeah. Yeah. But yeah, this is great. I will we both look forward to tweeting with you next Sunday, and thanks so much for taking the time to links guys. See you next week..
The Yankees are decimated by injuries right now
"The Yankees are playing without half a dozen projected starters batting six through nine in their starting lineup. Yesterday will four players who have played Tripoli ball this season. More bid for the Yankees. This week is Gary Sanchez, replace Sobat. The on the injured list with a left calf, strain and news that the return of Luis Severino has been delayed from may to July and Dell Tanta suffered a setback. Sanchez joins Jacoby ellsbury Jordan Montgomery. Ben, Hiller, Didi, gregorius Aaron Hicks Giancarlo Stanton and Miguel and do are on the sidelines here back with us to give his diagnosis on the latest. Yankee injury news is a friend of this show. The socio professor of Orthopaedics at the NYU Langone medical center in the university of Texas del medical school, and listeners know was very bored center fielder is ROY. Roger Clements is backup in high school. Welcome to Dr Alton baron Beck on Ed Randall's talking baseball. Del Batanes is doctor has been sidelined with a shoulder. Impingement? Let's start with that. What is that for those? Who may not have heard you recently. Yeah. Thanks. It's great great to be back with you. I'll tell you what you got pun the business to talk about the. Yeah, you know, impingement is that that space that that Bursa which is a little potential space in between the rotator cuff tendons, and that bony roof on our shoulder, and that that supports our deltoid and our whole kind of the roof rush older. So it's it's rubbing underneath there. The under surface that bony roof impinges presses down on the rotator cuff based on the mechanics of the shoulder and so forth, and you know, with with these these young throwing athletes there, I it's it's usually not a big. Dramatic spur that's digging in that can grow over time. You know, when we're much older. But it's it's more. The the dynamic major the intense dynamic nature of what's going on underneath that bony groups that gets irritates that rotator cuff and presses down on and houses to hurt. And of course, they lose velocity lose control. And after take a break, we learned this week and Batista's himself. Doctor learned this week that he has a bone spur in the back of his shoulder, which has been there since he originally signed with the Yankees in two thousand six, but he has never dealt with inflammation around it until now thirteen years later. Right. So you know, any any minor repetitive? Trauma in young people can stimulate some early. It's not really arthritic bone formation. But it's reactive bones reactive to the intense stresses that they place on them. And sometimes those stresses. During creased at the end of you know, if you're when you're younger and you're rolling seven nine innings. You know, you your your rotator cuff weekends in the stretches stresses are greater on the ligaments in that constrain that that area right at the connection of the bone, and that can create these formation allow these bones bone Spurs to form, and then they can sit there and do nothing. But then later if you have another injury, or, you know, a strain that happens as as he's guys have as we can clearly see that then it becomes noticed again. And may may be a factor originally Potenza was treated for inflammation than he was shut down for a few days. Now, he's expected to miss six to seven weeks after he threw a simulated game on Thursday, and he struggled he flew back to New York on Friday for another MRI would die contrast, which regaled the inflammation near the bone spur. As the source of the euro tation. Yeah. So those kind of that kind of news as you, you know, as well better than I do follow followed so closely, and and and you become quite a diagnostician yourself. You went to school. Go ahead. Well. These things, you know, the this information that keeps being added and additional tests and so forth, you know, these can be slippery slopes. These can you know end up. I'm not by any means predicting that, but they can be well, oh, yeah. What we got this? And now we see this. And therefore, look we're going to have to do a little Arcus copy clean out, which then kicks us. You know, three more months down the road. I mean, you know, there's all sorts of scenarios and and the same to be seeing all of them and their grab bag of injuries. He eleven sonogram to try it talk about this. He's going to have a sonogram to try to destroy the spur and cortisone shots to ease the discomfort. He's going to be shut down for three weeks. And then the Yankees think he's gonna need at least another three weeks to get up to speed talk. If you will about the sonogram to try to destroy the spur, right? I mean, there's there's the best analogy is if somebody has has heard of litho trips he which is a way to use high radio frequency to actually break up kidney stone. Inside kinda dissolve them and caused them to break up, and that's not dissimilar from what what we're talking about there on the shoulder because basically the the we're talking about deposits of calcium. Calcium can be hard enough to where it can be jostled with that frequency, and then can cause them to dissolve the steroids help because any time there's an area where calcium builds up, and it happens all the time. It's quite common. It's just the most of us can deal with by, you know, not sleeping on that shoulder. But not you know, we're not trying to throw a hundred miles an hour. You know, they can the the they create those calcium deposits create a lot of inflammatory response in the body because it's have normal and abnormal location in though, the cortisone whether second by mouth or given by Jackson with an ultrasound guided needle can break that up as well. Reduce inflammation, reduce the paint. I mean, the pain is why these guys can't throw. Because there's a major structural damage. It's just that they can't throat right? Let's move from the bullpen and del dances to the starting rotation. Luis Severino with Dr Colton baron. The associate professor of peaks at NYU lingo, Severino already out with a rotator cuff inflammation has now. Also, suffered a great to latte strain. Is there any relationship between the two injuries? There's got to be there's got to be an, and, you know, talked about this many times at for is, you know, once once you are you're our brains are very smart, and they know things that we aren't even thinking about and what they know they know where an injury is. And then they start trying to accommodate for they try to adapt and use over overuse, and protect whatever that that injured area is try to protected by over working over using the surrounding muscles the accessory secondary. Muscles and the logistics is critical for controlling our shoulder blade, which is the positioning of our whole on in space. And so, you know. You have to wonder and have to worry that that that without even thinking about it unconsciously, the the overuse of the logistics, and the strain that resulted from that in this case, great to strain, you know, is is related to try to to unconsciously protect that that strained rotator cop. How how severe is a great to great to is is medium medium. Great great one is just a little bitty strain that generally goes away very quickly. Great to, you know, takes six weeks to to resolve from from, you know, a a purely biological level physiologic level, and so so that takes time, and that's obviously by pushing back significantly and now he's dealing with the two. I mean, that's okay because they can both heal together. You know, and so hopefully with good rehab and and good physical therapy. And and the rest at. Of them can come back shining some tiny slow from the man to behind home plate Sanchez had complained of tightness in his leg. Earlier this past week. But he was surprised when an MRI on Thursday revealed revealed, a small strain, but this is something I guess he wanna treat right now rather than let it linger and potentially extending his absence. Absolutely. You're so right. Because you know, what happens is all these guys are desperate to get back there. Whether it's behind the plate or on the on the mound or wherever it is field. You know, they're desperate to get back. Everybody wants him back back coached wanna back managers, and they more than anybody wanna be back. And so you've gotta be careful because you these little strains that I think he had if I'm not mistaken, I think he'd been complaining of tightness. But you know, you just keep manage fine, and you go forth, but you know, you have to wonder that when you're facing, you know, as you said a dozen of these injuries, everybody scaling crusher you've got new people in the. Field. You know, these are such a mazing teammates, and they know each other intimately well, and you have four new people who are great, and awesome, but planned together, and it just adds a level of stress and anxiety that I think, you know, we've manifest that athletes manifest that in their in their in their joints and their muscles and their muscle tendon units, and you have to wonder if that extra tightness doesn't predisposes to some extra
"arcus" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump
"She doesn't give a shit about loan doesn't care about. It doesn't think about it things minute trash and then by the time we get to the end. I mean, of course, we gotta do the chase somebody down the thing. But she is the one who who changes her mind towards Kevin James is in it. And I know people always Kim and James is the league. But I'm like Kevin James is just the person we deal with. Whereas will. Yeah, he got his heart broken. But like we'll has always kind of been open love because even when he talks about grab graboy. He goes like, you know, whatever we all can't find what you have. So it's not like he doesn't want. He. I ain't got that. Right. So my my theory is actually has the actual true Arcus story. I mean, but he Will Smith started. Basically like, this is what I do for a living making men comfortable with themselves approaching approaching women, but I don't do it. Because when he was talking to Michael who was kinda like now. But like, I'm good go talk to these girls. And then we're going to go home and do it basically went to fall. It was like we're doing this. And he was a play like a play on. And then he he fell in love. So he also has great he fell in love quicker because about shoes playing him the whole time. He actually liked her. Right. So she was like I need the story. If I'm like, I'm a plan. Teach you how to be a player. But then all of a sudden you crash James. Yeah. I mean, this movie's great watching it watching it again. Like, I know we've talked about hitch. In terms of like being one of the top Will Smith movies. But I think I remember in the past being like, you know, like it was fine like like movies fine..
"arcus" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And from the Arcus foundation, dedicated to the idea that people can live in harmony with one another and the natural world. This is one eight I'm Todd's will like infra Joshua Johnson. We're exploring the dating scene on this Valentine's Day for people over fifty with sociologist. Eric Klein Enberg sexologist pepper Schwartz and the host of the podcast eating while gray here in her Valentine read in the studio, Laura Stasi, we've been hearing from many many of you want listeners on Twitter. Susan sentenced to tweet after three tries it marriage one lasting seventeen years. I am now. Happy on my own at the age of fifty nine dating. What's that? DJ said just a tweet. I'm sixty nine years old grew up believing in the Cinderella myth that prince charming would walk into my life. I've been divorced for fifteen years. I haven't embraced online dating. It's hard to get rid of that imbedded fantasy and Mitchell sent us a tweet my grandfather founded woman at age eighty six on his match dot com site in light of my grandmother's death. He's come out of his shell so much to me, and it's great to see him happy. And in love even at that age online. Dating is changing the game for more than just millennials. Well, we have a couple of more stories of finding love later in life that you left in our inbox. This is Dave from Gainesville Florida. I found myself divorced it in my mid fifties kinda made a pact with myself never to remarry. Marceline? I'm calling from Salt Lake City Utah. I was on a vacation by myself in my early fifties. Doing great when I received a message from this boy, Sean on Facebook that I hadn't seen since our twenties. And I met a young lady ten years, my junior. Fortunately were within walking distance from our homes, and we together for the over two years. We had decided that we are not going to get married who knows what the future holds whether we'll ever live together with our houses being so close we have a good thing. Go we got together we had a drink. I found out he'd had a crush on me for all those years. And we are now engaged and getting ready to be married, and we're very happy. Oh, a couple of nice Valentine's Day stories there. Well, men and women studies fine date very differently, and those differences are amplified among older daters, we touched on it briefly. But Laura, let's listen to a clip from your podcast you interviewed a psychotherapist named Maryland new. You've probably heard the phrase women more than men replace. Oh, no. For the most part a lot of women. I know, and I would include myself in that are looking for the man and men are looking for a woman pepper Schwartz in Seattle. These are generalizations from one person does does the research back it up. Not really I think there's a lot more complex than that. I actually don't think men are looking for a woman. I think they do need a partner more than women need partner. Partly because men don't have that rich network of friends that women do women. Do have intimacy men rarely do once they lose a partner. So they're more driven more motivated, and perhaps that means they have a wider scope, but they don't say, okay, I've got one they think I've got the one, and they may over romanticize her because the need is greater, but I think that's the biggest difference. What about the dating pool? It's changed so much. We mentioned the statistics far more available women as you get older than there are available, man. What does that do to people's incentives when they look at what they want out of dating how motivated they are. And how motivated they might be to take dating to the? Next level of commitment and maybe permanent commitment. Well, that is a demographic fact women take better care of themselves and they live longer. So they are bigger pool of eligible Sydney at later ages. And I do think it changes motivation. I think there's the old show about women that the good man is a man who can still drive at night, and for men, I think they have more women to pick from. But what I would say is that while people do complain about women do complain about men not looking for commitment, which I think that's not true. But on the other hand is probably a bigger number of men who feel that they have many more choices and take advantage of that Lisa in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is on the line. Lisa. Go ahead. So I'm fifty seven and I was divorced at thirty seven. So it's been twenty years. I live on my own. I had lived with my kids until they grew up and then moved out. I love living on my own. It's like the best way to go. And I can't really understand. Why everybody feels like I'm supposed to have some romantic relationship. I bought a dog. Fulfills anything I need as far as like social. I'm I have a lot of love in my life. Gonna have kids and financially stable. So it just never really made sense to me. Once I got divorced and my kids were grown to even bothered. No point to me. Lisa. I'm glad you got a dog and and to each their own, and I'm happy that you're happy the way you are. I'm a little I think you're saying that we men are are useless. Or are we only use after fifty? Well, I you know, I mean. Guess way. If I need repairs done on my house, it's a far cheaper higher again me on the deal with the emotional toll that you get out of a bad relationship. Right. Second of all. What do I need them for? Maybe you are useless after gosh. I want to date twenty year olds. All right, Lisa. Let me ask lower about this. You're cringing a little bit. But I wanna I want to get down to one thing that I got from Lisa the older, we get the better, we know ourselves when you're twenty two liking anything. You don't have the experience to know what you want out of a relationship fifty seven and divorced yet. Men are useless is is a bit of a shocker, but here's someone who's in her mid to late fifties. Who knows what she wants from relationships? And that's very useful thing when you're thinking about whom today or whether to date at all, I agree. And I think it's much better to be on your own then to be in a bad relationship any day of the week. No matter how old you are. So if she has decided that she does not want to pursue a romantic relationship. Then that's that's fine. But I don't like generalizations. I I don't think any of us should be emotionally dependent on finding somebody. All right. Let's go to Allan. Who's been waiting on the line for four from Fort Myers. Florida Allen your sixty five years old you've been married for thirty years. Now, what do you want to add? I was married for thirty years. I've been divorced for two and a half years now and initially before the divorce was final. I assume that I would be seeking a long term relationship with another woman right from the start, and I didn't wait until the divorce was final. I was listening to NPR program on the dating app, and I had never even heard of a tender or bumble or anything like that. So I signed up the next morning, and I was surprised how many mature women there are that are very actively seeking relationships on those sites. So I thought, wow, this is gonna be pretty easily as soon as the divorce is fine. I'm going to move right at well between the literally thousands of women that match on just the free sites alone in them. Retired the same month that my divorce was final and I've been spending nine months a year in Florida beach towns, and there are so many single people so many over fifty Tango, people still working or retired that the my attitude is completely changed as far as seeking out there long-term relationship with one person because loneliness never did kick in because a meeting literally dozens of single women per week. A lot of them are content sitting at a sports bar watching the games with other men and don't even care about speaking with women, and they're not lonely because become of the guys and the ones that are interested in meeting women's pretty much have the same attitude as myself why what for why limit yourself to a relationship that would be. Consuming the time that you're spending meeting new people all the time and a lot of these people even even the ones that I've met from the dating app, I end up remaining friends with Alan let me stop you there because you said a couple of very interesting things that I want pepper to respond to pepper. Allen's had a lot of luck in the dating pool numbers are on his side geographies on his side. I think his attitude is on his side as well at sixty five and recently divorced of it pepper. One thing jumped out to me he mentioned using online dating apps. Bumble tender match dot com, you name it. There was a study released last year that found on dating apps men's desirability peaks at fifty while women's is highest at eighteen and in two thousand ten the dating site. Okay. Cupid reported that his men get older they search for relatively younger women while the upper acceptable age stays near their own now data collection. These sites are revealing not only a lot about whom we. Look for but you who were desirable to. Well, you know, first of all there's a lot of ageism we could do a whole program on that. But I'll just put it out there and a lot of men, and well, I would say I actually did the algorithm for a dating site that got bought and I think merged into match dot com. Call perfect match dot com, and we would find that a lot of people all believed that they are a good deal younger than they are. Everybody says, well, I'm whatever age they say care, whatever it is men and women, but I look so much younger as if that's the best thing in the world. We admire us even when we are not young in. So the reach down is in a sense confirmation of how young we really are. So there is a topic. But the fact is that the age the age Perez are. Unmatched in terms of what people's ideals are. But also people have to figure out what else do they now? Sometimes people in the past think that an older man is better off, and that's attractive. But of course, the economic demographic is changing women now are also becoming secure a lot of in fact, very secure women are very afraid to date because they assume that it's going to be the economic well being that they have that's going to be attractive than anything else. I think better study would be who does like their own mate their own age, and who doesn't and I think you might find some educational and other aspects to that that would mean that those people who like somebody more in the same age group, they are are different from the ones that don't well pepper. Hang on one second. I want to go to some of the responses we've been getting from listeners Eric sentenced to tweet mental love of my life at fifty happy. I I've ever been and on Tinder of all places, happy Valentine's Day to Eric. Amanda centers, this tweet in praise of caller, Lisa from Pittsburgh are useless. Lisa is my hero..
"arcus" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"And from the Arcus foundation, dedicated to the idea that people can live in harmony with one another and the natural world. From NPR news. This is all things considered Ari Shapiro. The Trump administration has made it official. It is pulling out of a landmark nuclear arms deal that dates back to the Cold War. The reason they say is that Russia was cheating. Russia denies that. But administration officials insist they've given the Russians plenty of time to salvage it NPR's. Michele Keleman reports. It was nineteen eighty-seven when President Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev signed the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty banning an entire class of weapons that agreement has been a key to security in Europe. But secretary of state Mike Pompeo says Russia has been violating it for years. Now, putting European allies and U S forces there at greater risk the names to put the United States at a military disadvantage. Undercuts the chances of moving our bilateral relationship in a better direction. He says he's given Russia many chances to quote its ways it now has one last opportunities. Since it takes six months for the US to formally withdraw from the IMF treaty. If Russia does not return to fall and verifiable compliance with the treaty within the six month period by verifiably, destroying its INF violating missiles, their launchers and associated equipment, the treaty will terminate US officials are not optimistic about the prospects of a last ditch deal. Russia continues to deny that it's missile system, violates the treaty, and the US has been raising this for six years starting with the Obama administration. Tom countryman was atop non-proliferation expert at the State Department where you went an extra mile end an extra mile in terms of raising this with the Russians over a period of many years, but I still please that there is even an eleventh-hour possibility to save the treaty. Germany and other European allies are expressing similar hopes countryman now chairman of the board of the Arms Control Association says. The Russian missile threatens European territory, and it creates a situation that's analogous to what we saw on the late seventies and early eighties. When Russian deployment of intermediate range nuclear missiles caused the US in NATO to respond in kind the IMF treaty. He says marked an end to those Cold War tensions. He's also worried about the fate of a US Russian agreement on strategic weapons that expires in twenty twenty one. That is allowed to die in the next two years. Then there will be for the first time in more than forty years. No limits whatsoever. On the buildup of nuclear weapons by the two sides. Trump administration officials say Russia would be to blame for any new arms race. And the US is still quote some time away from deciding whether to deploy any new weapon systems, Michelle Kellerman, NPR news, the State Department. Now.
"arcus" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And from the Arcus foundation, dedicated to the idea that people can live in harmony with one another and the natural world. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Audie Cornish. And I'm Ari Shapiro. As lawmakers debate funding for border security over the next three weeks. One subject sure to come up is staffing the border patrol when President Trump took office two years ago. He signed executive orders to hire thousands more border agents and immigration officers. The agency got tens of millions of dollars for new staff, but they have not hired anywhere near the number. They were supposed to Malia tool writes about this in Los Angeles Times, welcome thanks for having me. How big is the gap between the aspirations and the reality. I mean, how many were supposed to have been hired and how many actually were so fifteen thousand total five thousand four to patrol agents about ten thousand for ice. And what we know is basically they're nowhere close to that. In fact, there still under the minimum staffing levels that were required by congress. So we're talking about thousands of vacancies beyond the order that way exceeds that that the president issued two years ago, there's been all of this. Attention at the border. There's been all this money put into staffing up. Why hasn't gone that way? Why hasn't it worked? Well, there's a lot of factors in this. There are problems with hiring and retention at border patrol and ice that pre exists the Trump administration especially for border patrol. It's really difficult for them to hold onto the agents that they have their incredibly low paid their stationed often at these isolated places along the border in terms of sort of morale, or how people view it as an agency to work for within the federal government. It's one of the lowest ranked and they're uniquely targeted by cartels. There's a lot of corruption issues because sort of low paid in the middle of nowhere. They can be offered a lot of money to sort of look the other way as a drugs or people other things are smuggled. So those are pre existing problems for the border patrol. So that's one of the factors. And when when you look at that if they're supposed to then go from essentially nineteen thousand twenty thousand agents, and then add on five thousand more border patrol agents in just a few years if they already have these. Pre existing problems. Then how are they going to meet that the consulting firm Accenture was hired to help staff up customs and border protection immigration customs enforcement that relationship did not work out. What went wrong, I think the thinking was that the government has for a long time had trouble doing this. So let's go into private industry. Let's go outside and see if they can do it better. And so they awarded this contract in November twenty seventeen to Accenture, which is sort of a multinational management consulting firm. It was for almost three hundred million dollars. They had pledged to hire seventy five hundred new officers for C VP within five years. Instead what we have is from November twenty seventeen to now only thirty three people have been hired under that contract about sixty million has been allocated for it. So tens of millions of dollars to hire thousands of people and thirty three were actually hired. Exactly. That's that has been the result. And the inspector general for the parliament of homeland security raised all sorts of issues with this. Contract what they found is that customs and border protection was actually having to step in and do the work that they had agreed or already paid Accenture to do. So there have been a number of problems with this contract to the extent to which there's now a partial stop work order. And then in March they'll decide whether they're going to kill the contract completely right now. A bipartisan group of lawmakers is talking about border security and how much money to spend on what what does this lesson? Tell you about the challenge of staffing up at the border. I think that's part of what's really interesting about the record-breaking shutdown that we had we didn't hear all that much. Actually, the White House it sort of tucked into its demand from congress. Yes. Five point seven billion for the border wall, which is sort of in the main sticking point, but they also had tucked in, you know, another eight hundred million to hire more border patrol and immigration officers. And the Democrats have suggested that hiring more giving more money for hiring is something that they'd be willing to consider. So it sounds like they can't even spend the money that they have that. I think is. Is a legitimate question. That people are raising teach us has said in an article they were quoted sort of pushing back saying, look, we're supposed to meet this. Hiring surge we're supposed to get to minimal staffing levels beyond this hiring surge. But we can only hire to the amount that were appropriated. And it is right that they've basically requested hundreds of millions to hire thousands of officers sense, the executive order, and congress has mostly not really provided them that money. Lawmakers argument is you haven't justified the need for this surge. And you aren't responsibly spending the money that you've already been given with the Accenture contract being a key example. So that's sort of where things stand Molly O'Toole. Thanks so much. Thanks for having me. She's an immigration reporter at the times. Some in conservative media have berated President Trump for ending the government shutdown without any guarantee of funding for a border wall. They've called him Wimpy. Now, though, let's hear from rank and file Trump supporters people who voted for him twenty sixteen and have stuck by him ever since north country. Public radio's Brian man reports from rural upstate New York. Temperatures are in the single digits when I find Ivan green warming up and having breakfast at a shop in the farm and mill town of brushed and he just got off a Nate shifted a factory nearby. He's a.
"arcus" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"So it was a Arcus all about he's definitely for the boys. This one I think we do. I think everybody takes her shirts off this time in you, drink beer off of the fish. I think that's that's like a Marcus is saying to the. All right next time. You guys did. Okay. That last time. But I'm thinking next time. We got drink a beer up. That's awesome. You guys across out their best soccer fans. Probably out there right now. Next names gourmet is very older used to live in Nashville. Yeah. And when he was on my my show. Oh, I I went at my old show his like, but a second week in chip. I didn't hear it. Embed standstill quick pacing. Alright standstill for this question. I'm thinking. Okay. Good. All right, anyway, Matt leflore a lot of people were shot off the floor. A lot of people were shocked like wait. Wait, wait. Wait. They didn't exactly let up the scoreboard titans. Good team and everything what's your take on that? When they're handpicking euro see to be head coach of the Green Bay Packers. Leflore? I think every I think every assistant correction. So I can't be mad at the guy for leaving. But yeah point a little disappointed when he headed out the door. I think we had a good thing go. But when I found out that we Arthur Smith for OC did where it's I'm fired up that guy is he should be on the show. Like, he he sees a broS broS, bro. He's the man. Oh, I like the pros posts for the lads is what the Brits call that Zeno is one of the most intelligent humans on earth. Missile wanna how far Vance did. You all plan. The boss hog off it. Great question. That's a good question. I thought about me and my first Pro Bowl is like, oh, you get paid buddy..
"arcus" Discussed on KCRW
"Learn more about Arcus and its partners at arcusfoundation dot. You are. TRW? It's five forty five. This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Noel king. Good morning sports. Metaphors have a way of working themselves into casual conversation. But interestingly conversations about the war against ISIS are no exception. President Trump's declaration that ISIS had been defeated. And that he'll withdraw troops from Syria lead to serious debate. Some of his critics have started using football metaphors, here's commentator Mike Pasqua last week on CBS face the nation democratic Senator Chris coons Spokane opposition to the presidential decision to withdraw troops from Syria. Saying we're so close we shouldn't fumble the ball on the five yard line. Then this week on CNN Republican Senator Lindsey Graham grabbed the analogy and ran with it backwards by about five yards. They're inside the ten yard line and defeating ISIS. But we're not there yet so close, but not as close then there was an NBC news story, which quoted an unnamed US. Special forces commander saying we're on the two yard line. We could literally fall into the end zone were that close to total victory to wiping out, the ISIS, caliphate and Syria. Those words were said nine months ago at the time Rex Tillerson was still the secretary of state and HR McMaster was national security adviser. So you couldn't terminate US success as tantalizingly close, but actually moving backwards bit by bit where you could just conclude that it's less likely that victory is in sight. Then the analogy is inapt analogies work by taking an abstract or even unknowable concept in this case, the war against an amorphous enemy and putting it in terms that an audience can understand most Americans could not tell you the results of the Abu Kamal offensive or the command and control structure of ISIS. Or even if ISIS is junior Shia, but they know when a football team has the ball on the two or five or ten yard line issue. Score a touchdown. Actually based on statistics from over thirty thousand scenarios these sports analytics firm number fire determined that. The odds of throwing for a touchdown from the ten yard line are nineteen percent. And from the five or thirty one percent a running touchdown from the five happens less often than twenty percent of the time. But push it out you Lindsey Graham ten yard line. And you get a rushing touchdown eight percent of the time. So even these imagined yard lines selected to convey, the relative ease of the mission indicate the opposite. And what would a field goal against ISIS? Be worth. Furthermore, what's a turnover that ISIS defeats the US military, and is the US ahead in this game. If so wouldn't withdrawing which is to say running out the clock and ending the game be the best strategy. I don't think the senators military men who purvey these analogies would argue that they'd likely say comparisons to yard lines aren't meant to be precise. But the only problem is they evoke not just a proximity to the goal literally. But they. Imply a clock and he rules based structure that the situation doesn't warrant. There's one notable thing about these analogies. They're all football. If you remember five years ago, then President Obama referred dismissively to the Hani groups which had inherited Al Qaeda's mantle by saying, quote, the analogy we use around here sometimes, and I think is accurate is if a JV team puts on Lakers uniforms that doesn't make them Kobe Bryant, I don't know if it's deliberate or unconscious, but talk of goal lines and fumbles is opposed to an NBA hall of Famer makes clear the.
"arcus" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"Voice on his Prince, Albert color. For me quiz. This is a family. It's a family program. Kaleta that is filth. Sorry. There you go. I will be writing. I think you know, you learn in Hartford should be writing my. Recommend that Kaleta does receive recognition for her evidence contribution to British side confused, face Fernando, gossip Shaikha Wednesday naievty price. Marcus. I don't know. Booby prize? Your here for old time as it is. Kaleta Fernanda Arcus. Thank you for playing this special, Monaco, Christmas Eve citizenship quiz. That's all we have time for on this most special Christmas Eve edition of the briefing. Many thanks to our special guests today. Fetterman Okada a markets. Of course, my co host thanks to to the eminence grease is behind the glass, our producer Augustin match, Lowry and Australia manager David Stevens. Now are we back tomorrow? That's right on Christmas day for an even more special edition of the program special guests aplenty from here in London. And of course, somebody on the line who will it be dialing in from zero. You can find out tune in the very same time midday London time tomorrow Christmas day, but that is your Christmas Eve briefing and very happy Christmas here. Wherever in the world, you all goodbye..
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"Are helping stress travelers cope with the struggles of flying this holiday season, Ontario international airport. The thirteen dogs are called the PawSox quad. They come from inland. Empire therapy dogs Caroline, Richie with the organization tells KNX a lot of people are pleased to see the pooches. We had people say and my flight was delayed, and I'm really. Happy that that it was. Because now we get the pet the dogs. Are we have people say our flights delayed? Did they call you? When because we're stressed. No. We just are there. Richie says the dogs are of all sizes, and they're there to help people. The goal is to add more dogs to the Paul squad soon. Maybe other airports too, great idea. A new study from a researcher at the Federal Reserve Bank of Saint Louis, fines LA county has the most overpriced homes in the country. Those findings are mostly based on incomes. Failing to keep up with rising prices senior economist Jordan LeVine with the California association of realtors tells k next this problem will impact sales in southern California in the near future. Our forecast right now, the price will probably be pretty flat. We do have sale going down a bit. Because of this affordability issue that we've been discussing I think there's also a consumer confidence element out there where folks are are in a kind of weight and femur they're worried about prices having reached a peak and maybe coming down a bit. And they don't want to be the last ones. Another Arcus Levin says rising interest rates also contribute to the affordability problem. He says more homes and rental units in the region could help. With that issue. It's been almost twenty five years in snoop Dogg took the rap scene by storm. And now he has a star on the Hollywood walk of fame at the ceremony snoop Dogg was flanked by family and friends, including fellow rapper. Dr dre snoop was always there for me ready to work and constantly motivating and pushing me and making me believe I could do it. I can always hear his voice that my head. Dr drako's you could do this. You just gotta keep against hundreds of fans line Hollywood Boulevard for the event. I like his charm. You've got class sloop was heartened by the crowd and the honor twenty five years later. I appreciate the love. And thank you still rocket wooded since his debut album was released in nineteen Ninety-three snoop Dogg has made more than a dozen studio albums and sold more than forty million around the world in Hollywood, Margaret, Cho arrow, KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. We'll find out the latest on the Sigler. It sounds like we may be and getting some clearing on the five freeway through the Newhall pass. It's been a big deal overnight, lots of problems here and there, especially with a high speed, you really got to watch out where the slowdowns are because there are plenty of them. We'll talk about that coming up in about two minutes on KNX. Will check your five day extended forecast with the rain chance in they're all coming up in just a moment as well. It's eleven twelve what if every time you went out you could cash in now with the Capital One saver card. You earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment like their first taste of guacamole..
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"Aleni Kuno Arcus really tenant governor funeral for treasurer. And Betty you for controller all San Francisco, San Franciscans, all Democrats. And you know, I think that's a big moment for California. Those were not besides the Lieutenant governor race, which was to Democrats kenaka speed out state, Senator Hernandez, you know, there's aren't very contested races. But I do think that, you know, those both Betty and Fiona Ma have worked long and hard to sort of grow their name and their constituency within the Democratic Party. And let's remember how far we still have to come for actual parody eight new legislators in the people were coming into the legislature who are women and it's still twenty eight percent. And the national average is twenty four percent, which is insane. All the states that have had female governors. We haven't had one yet. You know? It's I'm not sure why. But because I think Oregon's had one Washington state's had one Arizona's had one. So we'll see but Gavin Newsom now Jody think he's going to he says he's not running for president. I'm not saying he will. But there's going to be the national media can't help itself. Right. I think twenty twenty s definitely out. I mean, definitely, but I would not be surprised for Jerry Brown. Do. But I think he learned a lesson from that. And the fact that there's going to be the literally almost two dozen people running or at least sniffing around a run right now. I think it'd be foolish on a number of levels. Let alone. The fact he has no national network. It doesn't have a national fundraising network. I mean, he would have to start running today. I mean. Need the constituency of California to get yourself over the finish line? You already have Kamala Harris eyeing, Orion aircraft city, LA mayor, Tom Steinmeyer. Let's not forget tick, Michael ebony. Let's forget. I didn't say that. I don't want to risk any lawsuits. The ballot measures because you know, that's where a lot of the big money was spent this year. That's where we got all the questions at our events. Right. I mean, I feel like the candidates people can sort out in some ways, but the ballot measure knees kidneys kidney. So I mean, I just big picture here folks now, but you know, we've had a four billion dollar bond for affordable housing one and a half million dollar bond for children's hospital construction, another ballot measure that's going to kind of redirect some mental illness funding into housing, but voted down prop three this water bonds, and I find it so interesting. I mean, I was doing a panel today. And one of the consultants noted it's not like people just go down the line and vote like no or yes. I mean, you thought about it. They also voted down propsects the gas the gas. I'm sorry, the prep ten on the rent control, which. Resounding except for San Francisco. And we did a story, you know, wondering. Okay. So Oakland has been rent control, San Francisco's rent control, Santa Monica. Why not and people there? The response was we have it. And it's not working for me, the rents still going up, the the I still can't find a place to live. And so there was a frustration with it also that that ballot measure is a little confusing. The way was written to well. I think the Marissa's point props to the voters because you know, you look they said no on propsects. They're going to keep the gas tax. And then they said no to five which would have given senior's tax break for property selling selling their homes, and like you said they said no on the water bottle which yes on the other..
"arcus" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"It's called in search of greatness, directed by Gabe Polsky focuses on Jerry, and Wayne Gretzky and Palay and shows what athletes need to be to be superstars and white creativity. Is so important before we get to Jerry Rice. I wanna talk to my boy JV more NFL circumstances and back to that subject of. Arcus Peterson Sean Payton. So as Louis Riddick was saying inflows were unfamiliar after the saints beat the Rams there is that one specific touchdown. Michael Thomas that seventy two yard touchdown khloe. Burn the Rams defense and aftershocks paid said. Yeah, that's a look that we won. That's we were going for and Marcus Peters. Fires back. Sean Payton, it's yeah. Keep talking that smack rhythm c again, etc. And as you said the Louis earlier today on get up, Sean Payton a guy who played for guy. You know, this is not unusual for him to chirp other players. Right. Not at all. And to be clear. He Chirps that everyone. He's deter at me. I mean, I can tell you. We could see your for hours on the stores. I could tell you, but we would have specifically on Fridays. That would be what we call it our red zone day. So we were practiced a red zone offense and defense and a God so competitive that we frankly would just go once verse one. So we didn't even have a scout team on red zone day because it got so competitive between myself, and Sean, and we were like, look we're going to get the best work out of each other going against drew vice versa going against offense, align, etc. And then not only that the competitive nature of it. We would actually keep tally of who won each play, and Sean, and I will go up to the film room afterwards to decide who actually won each play. Like, that's how competitive begets. So the trash talking I love, and the reason I love is. Because these he's passionate about what he's doing. It's not just a motionless coach that sits there. Okay. Next. Play next play. And he's only thinking through the math. You know? You gotta have some exciting. You gotta have some emotion because the players feel it, and when the players feel that the coaches involved like that, and it coaches exciting. He gets after guys, man. It's a great feeling. I love that. He does that. Yeah. It's kind of guy he'll go for on-site cake to start off the second half of Super Bowl. Right. That's right. The aggression that go for you go. I'll let's switch a little more college football conversation you and I both a big part of our college football coverage you on ABC with Kevin Gandhi and Mack Brown and myself, joy galley. Jesse Palmer every Saturday and ESPN and a couple of games in situations. I wanna get your read on here, particularly Notre Dame. Now in book is not going to play their starting quarterback who's been so important to them. Brandon wimbush now becomes a starter. Again, this guy started fifteen games. And even though he has a strong arm. He's inaccurate with it, which is why Brian Kelly. Smartly said enough's enough we're going to the book and in book has been terrific for that offense. But books out due to injury. They're facing Florida state. This defense is so bad Javy. They've given up two hundred points in the last. Four-game? So I'm sure in book is angry right now. So you know, what I pad my stature against these guys I feel fine. But Brian Kelly op can give him the week ops of Brandon wimbush comes in. You think I don't believe forced his defense is so bad. I I don't even think I'd be concerned. If I was Notre Dame level of concern for the Irish not having your starting quarterback in the book. There should be a moderate level of concern. And it should be less about how poor Florida state is and more about how. Well can Notre Dame execute offensively? And I go back to the start of the season when yes Notre Dame with Brandon wimbush beat Michigan. They won by seven points. And in that game. I specifically remember saying, oh, wow. Brandon wimbush has worked on his accuracy. He's worked on his arm. He's going to be a library than he was last year. Then week to comes Notre Dame plays ball state. Brandon wimbush throws three interceptions to ball state. Now. Boston College, not Michigan state ball state university. And they they won by eight points..
"arcus" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Arcus sovereign borders. You promised an executive order sometime next week that would ban migrants from claiming asylum if they cross the border illegally several caravans of migrants from Central America slowly winding their way north one group got into a violent confrontation with Mexican police at the border with Guatemala with members of the caravan. Throwing rocks at thorn, he's an official says discipline issues led to Whitey Bulger's transferred to the West Virginia facility where he was eventually kill federal law enforcement official briefed on the investigation into the fatal prison beating of gangster. James Whitey Bulger says Bolger was transferred to a federal prison in West Virginia this week because he had disciplinary problems at a federal prison in Florida. The eighty nine year old Bolger was beaten to death Tuesday, just hours after arriving at the facility in West Virginia. Bolger was serving a life sentence for his role in eleven killings. The official who spoke on condition of anonymity. Did not have specifics on Bulger's disciplinary problems in Florida. I'm Mike Ross you against the backdrop of next week's midterm elections. The US job, Mark. It is the healthiest. It's been in at least two decades with another strong. Hiring report expected Friday, some barometers of the job market suggests that it has room to strengthen further businesses hungry for workers are advertising a record number of openings companies on October added the most jobs in eight months that according to a private survey pay has been picking up in the past year or so as unemployment has dwindled to a now forty nine year, low economists have been predicting that hiring would slow as the pool of jobless workers shrank a Wall Street the Dow liked what had heard it was up two hundred sixty five points..
Jose Mourinho teetering as Man United's awful week ends in West Ham woe
"West Ham hosting Manchester, United. What's been a difficult week for United Josie. Marino big decision here, leaving Alexis Sanchez. Out of the eighteenth early on West Ham goes head in the six minute Poudel salad that Anderson here look show goes to sleep offsite, not govern then Philippi. I'm this love flake to shock. Good ball in from Atlanta west off the great styles. Reno's men down in the six minute nearly get back here in the twenty third new Kaku off the post finless the, yeah, the goes against him does real together across his month. Thirty ninth minute chance for United Scott Mattamy down in the box must have been a gust of would not according to marina wasn't. Never creek forty third minute another for West Ham, Andre Yarmolenka gonna just kind of throw this one towards goal gets a lucky bounce to nothing. I know famous Demonte. He's he's trying to obviously share with them. Away from gold deals comes out. He works on his left foot was a big deflation. Close them quicken off sixty four th minute. Little bit of a response from United cross comes in great. Save from Nukus tabby ounce, good shave beyond severe crucial point a game on other crystal point in the game was the talking point of the whole week, an accountancy poke poke who started, but let's be honest, did not play well and was taken off Marcus rash furred in gets the goal seventy. First minutes. Suddenly we've got a game Marino feeling good, Arcus Rushworth another talking point. You get Madrid, fields talking points remind United why he doesn't get more game time. One of them seventy four th minute. Are not which one on one pass Mark noble and that'll do it. Anybody wants to defend great finish my not which was injured the week before back in the side, capped off a fine day for the most three one. The final scores second win of the season for West Ham, United seven matches played just ten points to show for it. Here's Josie. Marino had to say after the defeat. The last couple of games about maybe a lack of intensity. Was that a problem again today? Well, I think at him team that comes with that mental fragility of the bed results coming here and after five minutes is is losing one Neil is not the best way to start. Off-site, but no VR in visine Lanzmann mistake and angle makes tunnel where. Where we know that Jamil inquiries very, very, very left-footed. We know that we have to to cover that side. We have Matete John on the ball with have looked show and and Lindelof very close by. We are not aggressive and intense enough to close that that short and then mail losing to new. And then instead of linesmen mistake is the referee's mistake is an fall is a fallen on Marcus rush. Wirtz Zabaleta doesn't have an attempt to play the ball just just. Pool the player from Heinz. And then the go-to again kills mentally the team that had the reaction had a little bit of of the.
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"Of intermittent discomfort in the right upper quadrant of the abdomen he lived in a rural area of morocco and had occasional contact with dogs the physical examination revealed paddle medically with a palpable hypnotic mass ultrasonography and c t of the abdomen revealed a large cyst in the right lobe of the liver containing hydrated membranes and daughter vesicles an enzyme linked immunise orbit assay indicated an anti kinnock arcus i g g antibody index of sixteen point seven in the patient's blood highlighted disease is caused by the akina cox tapeworm dogs are the definitive host the infection is transmitted when eggs shed in their stool are ingested by humans or other animals the patient underwent lab arado me during which the cysts were removed in their entirety with no spillage of their contents akin akaka strenuous was detected a follow up ultrasound examination two months after surgery showed no sign of recurrence a thirty five year old woman presented to the emergency department with weakness a feeling of electric shocks in both legs and repeated falls she reported that the symptoms had been progressing and she noted that she had had difficulty riding her horse for the preceding three months she lived in france owned a pet cat and had contact with cattle physical examination revealed impaired sensation in both legs and weak foot flexing mri of the spine revealed a lobby lated lesion of the ninth thoracic vertebra with an epidurals component surgical treatment involved post earier corporate demy of the ninth ceramic vertebra osteo synthesis of the seventh through eleventh through vertebrae and removal of the epidurals lesion pathological testing revealed cystic can akaka says hi to doses and rtp cr essay identified a kinnock's granular kennecott focus is a parasitic sess towed that can infect dogs and other pets and farm animals with humans as incidental hosts infection can cause cystic lesions in the liver and lungs and also in the central nervous system and bones in addition to surgery this patient was treated with the anti parasitic medication alabama's all at follow up nine months after presentation the patient had no residual symptoms or sign of recurrence this concludes the summary of the july twelfth issue of the new england journal of medicine let us know what you think about our audio summaries any comments or suggestions may be sent to audio at any jm dot org thank you for listening.
"arcus" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast
"Draft about san diego chargers he was a good player for them arcus smith drafted by the eagles defense event to not turn out good okay dion buchanan for their zona cardinals he's kelvin benjamin got drafted in the first round to here i don't i don't know kelvin benjamin i think a bit over rate i think he's more so glorified number two receiver at that off that not so many great picture bradley roby should be the denver broncos started quarterback cornerback the season then you got teddy bridgewater who has the good and minicamp with the jets they make it a lot of good decisions what i'm seeing a lot of stars let's see off taught my head we got cloudy bortles walk ins mac matthews evans six of them right there anthony barr that's seven lou one eight ob jay that's nine donald ten shazia eleven aren't twelve moseley thirteen james fourteen brenick fifteen clinics sixteen he's read seventeen darker nonstop started with the bengals tireless sure all right benjamin seventeen rather will be eighteen teddy bridgewater could be nineteen so there's a lot of pigs are a lot of saul picture all right looking at the second round new had demarcus lawrence was he near defensive player of the year last year i think was the nfc defensive player of the year mushrooms the way i played extremely well last season and ended up getting paid then you got derek carr starting quarterback for the oakland raiders best quarterback they've had since probably rich gannon and even rich gannon wasn't that great austin's very jenkins now playing with the jags i mean bounced around team two team aren't started off with the bucks ended up going to the jets and now with the jobs i think he'll do well this season with the jags speaking of the jags got more kiessling he's a starting.
"arcus" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Place they were just delirious here pablo of all very few hitters number one would have even swung at that pitch much less launched it a soaring very aesthetically pleasing homerun i a ball that traveled the arcus sort of tracing mount diablo and that's that's my story and i'm sticking with it that's how high it was for his third home run of the year out over the three sixty five marker in deep right field so the giants had the eight to two lead they got another run in the seventy that was knocked in by the panda crawford had doubled and with one aunt shonda wall singled him home as a right handed batter no less to make it nine to to the d backs got around the eight to make it nine to three jake lamb got an rbi single and then in the eighth inning one last run for the giants and it was nick only pinch hitting for the pitcher against the lefthander mcfarland picks to them here's a shot deep down the lafayette unhooking toward the corner still going way back there homerun for nick hundley whistled right down the left field they just stayed airborne and when right on by the three thirty nine marker and past the foul pole into that alley way out there andrew huntley his sixth home run this year only the second pinch hit home run by any giant this season and that makes it tend to three giants very impressively done huntley who has six home runs he's only had ninety official at bats are one.
"arcus" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The natural world learn more about arcus and its partners at arcus foundation dodd work and the listeners of kqed public radio eighty eight point five fm and san francisco and eighty nine point three fm in sacramento this weekend edition from npr news i'm scott simonet vulgarity reportedly uttered this week by president trump up ended bipartisan immigration talks at the white house looming over all of course is the possibility of a government shutdown in less than a week we're joined now by embarrassed congressional correspondences david susan thanks for joining us again good morning um there was this group together with the president lindsey graham dick durban uh what happened what was the deal that apparently couldn't be reached so early in the week the white house and a group of lawmakers had agreed on what they believe should be the four pillars of a deal and this group of six senators reached a compromise on this pillars which included a path to citizenship for the socalled dreamers initial funds for both a border wall and more border security changes to immigration policy involving your family and changes to what's known as the visa lottery system which is a random schism that let's about fifty thousand people come in to the country every year the president rejected that agreement was particularly angry about the visa lottery system and in doing so made but i think it's fair to say very well documented comments about certain african nations that sort of blew up the talks with what the president what do we know that is the question and it seems to be constantly changing on tuesday at the white house meeting with the president told lawmakers essentially if you come up with a compromise i'll sign what you send me and so they did airmont all titusville tiger he exactly and so they thought they had done that and he rejected it the white house has never put a particularly fine policy detail on what they want i think it's fair to say he.
"arcus" Discussed on WEEI
"A every bradley had more rebounds per game than morris aisha he he did he was your before we got hurt he was leading re banner of a team and we talked about in why because all 3pointers all the long rebounds while he's in there banging in a paint dust belong ribas he was the leading rebounder before we got hurt every every bradley six point one rebounds per game okay marcus morse 46 now well here's the best rebounding year of his career so you don't like move no i think for the player from a basketball standpoint arcus more you took step back okay i understand why they had to do it you can't keep him beyond next year but don't think this is a basketball move this is a businessman that's what it is they they didn't get the better player low no no no i i agree and and for this year i like avery bradley but a violent because i don't i don't think they're done he can the end remember you had to get rid of avery bradley because you got gordon hayward so i think people will do that all day long i'm fine with the right and no they'll they'll make some of the move the give another big and if they get a clearer crowder to get that and go and find somebody your whether it's midlevel exceptional whatever might be in replacement that type of roll cut off a bed i know i have no problem with the deal because the deal had to be done because you're not keeping him beyond next year he's going to look at the with these stiff sir making out there in free agency gonna make a killing avery bradley is going to make a killing michler 24 25 million probably okay so certainly in the over twenty million you can't resign so what you do is you you're extended you're getting two years of moore's verses one year of bradley but don't try to convince me that they got the better player they did not in the loss of bradley is going to affect them they have to find a way of making up for it here's matt rhode island hello matt geiger gallagher collier for you i am working for i to carry my thoughts blocking kirk i hope you get well and act like that you'll be back.