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"asai" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Recommendations expressed by damn are his own and do not necessarily represent the opinions of the station or any of the show's sponsors. 16 363 11 10 You know, one of the things that I looked at, as far as analytics this morning that I was getting some information on But Asai think about our next conference call, but you know, in February, the month of February Don't know what it is now because we won't know until The end of this month. But a February as of February 814 Billion dollars. Out on margin. In portfolios. That means people are borrowing against their portfolio. It's called margin accounts paying interest on that to the tune of 5 to 6%. They are borrowing against their positions, and most of that time the money is going to buy more positions. And it's up 49%. From 12 months ago. So a year ago, it's a 49%. It's the fastest annual increase. In margin since 2000 and seven Now 2000 and seven. It was a nightmare. 2007 was a nightmare for for a lot of investors and a lot of investment houses because in 2000 and eight there were calling That margin and let me tell you how a margin call goes, It goes, I can. By the way they rate they lowered what they were able to borrow right after this. Against on margin, but They would call and say. Your margin. We are calling your margin they would call you on the phone. What do you want us to sell? But that's what they were normally do. But in this case they were calling, saying We could sell everything. And you still owe us money. So In that case. They had probably, I don't know. Three days. No likelihood to come up with the money and if they didn't they sold the portfolio and they went into debt for the rest of it. They sold out and that happened in dramatic fashion and awful lot 2000 and 89. So we learned no lessons. Don't mean we. I mean the brokerage houses themselves. I've learned no lessons people. Obviously it's a new set of borrow is the new set of investors Now they didn't learn any lessons. And they're 49% increase. Just a one year and 814 billion. I would seem I would submit that at the rate we're going It's not out of the realm of possibility that by June we could be a trillion dollars l in margin borrowing. That is an ass trick. Nam ical. Uh, Amount of money, but the worst part it out about it is that alone could cause a spiral downward in the financial world financial sector Um Which is the largest sector in In the markets that could cause a spiral down just that alone. That could be devastating and pushes into a depression for years. That's how bad it could be. And you know, I don't know You've never heard me talk about margins because I won't I don't even like the utter the word. Because I know that I have a lot of first timers. So whenever I don't have anything on my website about it, because if somebody reads a warning not to do margin, they will hero margins are okay. And how do you know who dies? Mention it alive? Oh, yeah. Right Robin hoods of the world. Absolutely. And that's by the way, folks why Robin Hood gotten so much? Trouble. Because of because of margins. So look, it is. It is devastating. When I read that this morning and saw all that I was just blown away off 49%. In a year. I mean, it is. It is crazy, so it is. It's going to continue on. We're gonna be a trillion dollars by the end of by the end of June, and the market's going to correct so so here's what happens. You can borrow 60% 50 to 60% of what you have invested. So if the market falls the theory being right now, and this is what they did in 2000 and nine to fix the problem Brokers use they're saying when Not ever going to go to that 75% or 70% anymore. Those days are gone, and they went to 50 and 60. So the theory being is the ides of the market, dropping 40% are slim to none. Are they Hello. I mean, and what happens when they sell out of all those positions? What happens to the mark to market crashes, So it's a self. It's a self perpetuating problem, because now and when the markets once they drop, then they once they get blowed up the point where they start calling margins. And that doesn't mean they have to go down 60. They're called. They can call the margin. If they're smart, it 30% so once they start calling margins Then they gotta sell, sell, and then they drop again. And now it meets the other selling, um You know benchmark, and then they continue to sell, and it just exacerbates itself into her depression, and people are jumping off a building. I know that sounds horrible, but that's what happened. And then you get the algorithms and they're all of those, um, automatic triggers. For the robo managed accounts and things like that that have to sell it certain levels. Yeah, That's what I mean. It just self perpetuates, and they can't do anything about it. There's nothing you know They're not. It's almost, you know, Never never ending and it's never it doesn't can't recover. That quickly. And it changed. It totally changes the environment literally. Overnight. Literally overnight. All right, let me go to Robin Linn from Texas, Robin Linn. Are you calling Tol? Tell me not to scold you anymore for not checking in. Hi, Dan. How are you? Good. How are you? I'm well listening to you.
"asai" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Well, people are interested in me in the same way, way said grown up people. So that actually Yeah, and that worked. It actually made a lot of sense to them. And, uh, s so they were pretty divorced from it. I think one day Evan came home and said Dad What's tend to have a new freeze out 10 that we free them. Where'd you hear that? I heard it school. Somebody said their parent or parents are always saying 10th Avenue freezer. Just a well known I'll show you what it is. I got the guitar and I started playing it to him. Kind of Barney style is that no dad? No, dad play it for real. All right, so I played in the song. I said, That's it. That's that's tension Avenue freeze out, you know, and it seemed to satisfy him. And there was a moment when the Children were actually saying Okay, We're old enough now to wear We need to be a little bit of a part of what you're doing, and we need to understand that. In fact, he was really good at saying because at the time I was so overprotective of the Children That I would just basically hide them and she said, Look, you know We're going to grow up wondering, why were we being hidden overtime in the attic? And so she said, Yeah, they may get their picture taken, but it's more important for them to feel. That we stand as one as a family. And from then on, you know, we went about our business. And I think the kids felt better if you took their hand and you, you know, whatever. Walk to your Your car, Your van. Even if somebody took a picture, they felt better that you were claiming them And they were. They knew they were a nimit part of even that part of your life. One of the great stupid questions I've ever asked in an interview, and there are many Asai said to you some years ago. Well, you know, you jump off the piano and you run up and down the Rams and you crowd surf and it's probably going to come a time. Probably not necessarily. Definitely that you might find that when you wake up in the morning as I do you feel like you've been beaten by a baseball bat. And all I do is pick cartoons for a living, and I don't do that. And I say, What are you gonna do when that happens And you said, Well, I won't do that anymore. Which was a stupid question, But can you see yourself becoming like, like in, you know, years and years from now, like an old blues man sitting in a chair, doing your songs instead of jumping around like I'm a part of it is you have to not Mind feeling like you've been beaten up baseball. So, uh, pain has to become your friend. But I don't know. You know why I as I say in the book, you know, I forget.
"asai" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"The Steve Skiff Edie show on Wtmj Asai said he called an audible You could talk about serious stuff is like going on election hijinks hearings. We'll get to the all of those on future shows that was talking about the card thing. The big the big bow. The 262 A few years ago, my brother gave his wife a new car she has for a bullet dealership. Told it was 500 bucks. Just wrap it into my loan. No big deal. Another another Textures, said He got his wife brand new Mercedes in July, and she just total that hit a deer. Thanks. That's bad luck. All right. So I'm asking the question Worst, our best gift so we can go anywhere on this in the next half hour. Worst gift for 14, where winter boots from my wife. I can see where that would be a very Not a sexy give. You're not supposed to buy clothes for your spouse. Now, that's always a bad gift right? Unless they would tell you exactly that. I want you to buy these for me. You don't You stay away from that, even for girlfriends don't buying clothes. Take him to a storm and buying clothes and they could pick it out. That was my idea. Yeah, Yeah. All right, Tim for for Dona, How's things there, Fred on you, too. Well, quiet like I like it. There you go. Because crime is tax. Biggest crime is taxi Those, and I like that. So all right. So what's your worst have to be? So Yes. Uh, yeah. Um What? What? Well, last year I bought was a foot massage and I saw it online owes him in on you Not want a foot massager and like, Yeah, I think she really liked this. The hairdresser and she stands up a lot. You know, in our days and You know what kind of see I'm the only one who can get on e. Yeah, I got, you know, Planter fasciitis, So I got my feet. And now that I had to get a cortisone shot, you essentially bought a gift for yourself. No, I didn't mean it that no, you didn't mean it that way. That's how it turned out. Well, yeah, All right. Okay. Turns out and maybe something Just come over. I said Hey, leave your socks on your socks off. What? You want to use that? Go ahead, But you and the wife are okay though, buddy Doc, you said we've been married 32 a half years even and find the closed part of it. Don't you do that for her? Because I kind of know her style, and I kind of don't what she likes and whatever she doesn't like We just take back that you get caught once you want so worked up about it. All right, man, have a great holiday season having one day Tim for for Dona. He's gotta figure it out. If you're confident of to do that, Absolutely. That's the way you should go from the 414. We draw names of my family. I gave a custom last name Brewer Jersey. And got an oversized to be coffee mug with hot cocoa mix. See, That's the thing I've done these exchanges Let's be honest. We all know our families. Some people are cheap. Some people are very generous. And when you have the exchange, you don't know what you're going to get. It's gonna be a makes you gotta smile, whatever it is right. If you get beer, you don't drink. You just smile. You give it to somebody else. You re gift. Don't do that. That's you know, very, very low key thing to do re gift. Of course. Why would you give away a gift that somebody bought you to another person? You don't want it and still will, But that's like I said, that's just low. Well, they don't know that they don't know They don't know that. But still, that's that's still that's kind of like cheating in a way that's like an honesty thing with you, right? Yeah. Okay, I get it from the nine to a Dustbuster worst gift ever. That's that's not a good one. You gotta stay away from cleaning supplies. I think you stay away from clothing. But Tim for Dona disagrees with me on that because he says he knows his wife, which is cool. Here's the best 1920 area code, a six person hot tub last year. You know, hot tub is something I always like to have. But I don't want to do any of the work or have any the space taken up by the hot tub. Like to have it just dropped in for a weekend when I wanted it. That'd be perfect. Don't live that kind of lifestyle from the 262. My husband bought me pots and pans for Christmas. He only did it once. Yeah. Unless your wife is a chef. And tells you I want such and such Hot or whatever. Utensil. Probably best to stay away from that, Um, let's see any gift ever Bond for my sister. She never liked it. We know we know no longer exchange gifts. That's the brutal reality of it, right? Now here. Here's my other question about this. My lovely wife. Cathy hates the idea of giving gift card. She does it occasionally, but usually as like, just an ad on gift. I actually like the gift card thing. I think it actually lets the person who gets the gift card then they can make their own decisions. Especially if it's historic gift card. You decide then what you give is, she says, she said, it's kind of lazy. I'd be curious of people agree to that or not. 85561616 20 Bob from Walker shot we've talked before. Haven't we bomb We certainly have developed. He had a great Thanksgiving. I did you. How was yours? It was splendid. As a matter of fact, we I know you're not supposed to do this, but we had a couple of daughters visit that a son in law and so way enjoyed it. It's America, Bobby. You can do what you want. Yeah. Yeah, you know, I told Jordan it's a little bit off the subject of least favorite favorite gift. But my wife and I we have eight Children and 14 grandchildren and my wife spends a fortune at Christmas. She never spends a nickel on herself, so it would be very Difficult for me to even effort during her in so we don't exchange guests. That President I don't know that that's uncommon now, Bob, I think a lot of couples they your grandfather. I'm a grandfather. We both know the reality is the grand kids are making out like bandits..
"asai" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"That ah that the bookings for next year are very, very strong beginning in the spring, so far around 90% agree with the Trump administration. CDC actions Asai say about 50 50 whether people want Sale. What do you think of those poor results? What do you see for advanced bookings for not only this year but also next, but also for 2022. Yeah, We're excited by the pent up demand that we feel that is ongoing with cruising, especially from our existing customers cruise before because they understand the value cruising and excitement of cruising, and they're kind of addicted to it, like all of us have come. And those cruisers. Certain. Numerous polling, including cruisecritic is an example are telling us that about 74% or so are ready and anxious to cruise again in the US alone, and so I think it is. Cruising is able to begin again. The trends are showing that people are interested, and as you mentioned her next year's booking, it looks like we're Even as good or not better than previous years for 2021 that's encouraging to hear Roger's So I'm gonna ask you maybe about 30 seconds before, unfortunately, had to let you go. Is there anything you'd like to say to the country? You know about the cruise industry that perhaps you think just not getting out there through traditional media. I think the thing that we talked about quite a bit already is that there's really a musket protocol in science and medical expertise have been put into the cruising industry and we're doing everything we possibly can to make it safe. Cross the board, especially with the testing protocol as well as some of the other areas. So our goal is not only be compliant and make sure we have environmental protection, but also the health taking welfare over guest in a crew. We're gonna have to Roger. Unfortunately, leave it right there. But we really do. Thank you for your time today. Look forward to talking again soon. Do stay safe. And please keep us updated on all things Carnival Corporation. Folks after this.
"asai" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"He supported me both as a new mom And as an American with a pre existing condition When I was 21 years old, I got a call that changed my life. It was my doctor. Informing me that I had tested positive for the bracket to genetic mutation, a mutation that put my chances of breast cancer at 84%. It was the same mutation that my mom had compelling her to get a preventative double mastectomy, removing her breast tissue protecting her from a disease that has taken far too many of our mothers, our sisters, our friends and my family. Eight women alone were diagnosed with breast cancer. Several in their young twenties, I I now faced the same prospect for nearly a decade, I was routinely at Moffett Cancer Center, getting MRI's ultrasounds and necessary surveillance during these visits. I cross paths with brave women battling cancer and fighting through chemotherapy. They were a testament to American strength. They are American heroes on May 1st. 2018. I followed in my mother's footsteps, choosing to get a preventative mastectomy. I was scared tonight before I fought back tears, Asai prepared to lose a piece of myself forever. But the next day with my mom, Dad, husband and Jesus Christ, By my side, I underwent a mastectomy. Almost eliminating my chance of breast cancer. A decision I now celebrate. Breast reconstruction has advanced remarkably, while it is an individual's decision, my doctor and I chose a course of surgery that left me virtually unchanged, but more important than physical results. I developed a strength and a confidence that I carry with me. During one of my most difficult times. I expected to have the support of my family, but I had more support than I knew A.
"asai" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Politics. You can go up three games to none against the Pacers with Game three with a game three victory today. Right now, second quarter need up 44 34 Gorn Baggage and Tyler hero 13 apiece. For Miami. Earlier bucks take a two games to one lead in their Siri's against the Magic Bucks win. 1 21 107 Yannis Game High 35 Dallas Mavericks have listed Lucas non touches questionable for Sunday's Game four against the Clippers Non Sitch Friday night suffered a sprained left ankle on the team's lost against L. A Raptor head coach Nick Nurse named is the NBA's head coach of the year today. Raptor go for the serious sweep against the Nets With Game four, scheduled for Sunday. National Stephen Strasburg will undergo carpal tunnel syndrome surgery for his right pitching hand next week. He will miss the remainder of the season. Washington Football coach Ron Rivera addressing the media today for the first time since announcing He has cancer. We've made the statement on my situation circumstances. I'm fine. I'm gonna I'm gonna work through this, Asai said. We have to have a plan B, which you guys have heard it involves Jack stepping up. He's been through this before, when he was with coach Fox and in Denver, So I've got a guy that's been head coach been in this situation before. That's what the plan is. So I'm not gonna talk anymore about Plan B just so everybody knows. And secondly, just everybody knows Plan B will be implemented on those days that I will struggle. Ravens Earl Thomas was sent home from practice Friday after an altercation with teammates Clark Thomas was not at the team's practice today. Third round of the Northern Trust currently in a weather delay expected to resume in next 5 to 10 minutes. Dustin Johnson, the leader at 19, under Coming up. Monday. Etienne the Lakers answered the bail in Game two. Now they look to take full control of the Siri's moving forward, Sanjay will and zooming Monday six eastern ESPN.
What Next-gen Console Feature Is Most Important to You?
"What's up? Everybody welcome Digesting Games. Muros Daemon Hatfield joining this week. Is Tina Amini. We switch seeds. Okay and Jefferson Davis goop now. I'm all messed up and Betty and we've got a great show for this week. Big Show show so much talk about Next Gen console features. We're GONNA talk about a new mortal Kombat collection. But I sam is something you'd like to share. I don't know if I have something that I'd like to share. Keep hearing every week on game scoop that if you turn on recurring segment your final fantasy seven game and hit a button. It tells you where the heck to go. I'm just going around here in this game. There's no door anywhere I know what the heck to do. So what's the tip it on the original game you would hit select. But I don't know what he's pursue I think now there's a little arrow on my guy and then it highlights exits isn't there we'll be era. I don't have have to believe we say bleeping You can't even you know it's so blurry that's fine inside okay. Well we believe you. I'm we're glad that you can finally are you in disc to navigate around. This is why you wanted to switch to or not. There's so many things going on. This is very helpful. Thanks everybody nobody we did it and thanks for nothing game scoop we told you twice. Yeah well until somebody tweeted at me I remember see. There's a thing that happens is called game scoop and show Amnesia and everything we talk about on the show. I at least don't remember we just scout right after this. That's the thing with some off with the version of it. I get is people like tweet me some some funny quote or something that they like from the show and then I'm like what's that and they're like you said it my. I don't have any memory of that. What happens with that too is that it's usually something that I said when they say that to you and you're like I definitely remember saying that I'm like I said all right? Let's get into it. Let's get into it next. Gen Consoles cels their top of mind with everyone. Everyone's excited about him. I like him Your for them. Yeah you think they should happen. Has Several of them at home. How he doesn't they were action? Our friends over at Games Industry Biz ran a survey of eight thousand gamers aged eleven to sixty four across Germany Spain and France and Italy asking them what next Gen console feature is most important to you to the people that took the survey. And we've we rent service similar GM. But I thought this is interesting. It's a pretty good sample size. Eight thousand people in the in in Europe. What do you think is the most the most wanted next? Gen Console Feature Agra compatibility roller. It's not I think that was our whole the result when we were in that poll on our homepage also We Will Dan Stapleton random feature around how backward compatibility is basically the trend for next Gen. It's become the standard was subscription options service on there. That was not on there. It's gotta be no it's gotta be like power it was it was better graft who can forget better graphics there's the fullest hold on. No no I just think it's amazing that people could look at AAA Games today and be like insistent. I just can't can't we can't get here fast. No but you gotTA gotTa War. No but look. That's the kind of quote in like ten years gets brought backup like think about. Ps Three Games compared to now and like there's probably some from games give two thousand eleven. We like Video Games canton. Don't look at Asai said before era is why we need games to look better than this and I I mean they came. Looks Amazing still. There's handles on like a big part of it is like frame rate right right. So it's like maybe in level of detail and quality to your earlier point maybe we've picked out a little bit like the. PS three xbox one the big debates where like the relief relief finite amount of differentiation between graphical fidelity. So maybe that's just a carryover. Yeah well better. Graphics was far and away the most desired next Gen console feature feature in this survey the only other feature to get anywhere close to that level of consensus was shorter load times Eight K. Resolution was less important than motion motion controls backwards compatibility and ability to play physical games so they want better graphics but AK resolution they. Yeah uh-huh deprioritization. Just means you have to buy another expensive television. I don't even have a fourteen. TV At motion controls were important to forty nine percent of all survey gamers and fifty ninety seven percent of console gamers. That's weird really a new over that I thought so too must controllers like the playstation four controller that have slightly augmented motion controls. Charles like those are almost entirely abandoned. Now there's like an spiderman it had a little bit of that but like it's never it's never used anymore. It's really funny to go back and play like older like like when that was a newer thing and launch. PS Four Games. I think it's uncharted for where it's like. You shake the controller to throw the grenade and they have the They always added balance. Beams in every game. Amy Add balance. Meet Him. Yeah didn't need that. But you know you gotta have the controller valid on it Backwards compatibility what's important to forty eight percent of all surveyed gamers and fifty nine percent of the the console crowd and playing physical Games was important to forty seven percent. Surge surveyed gamers fifty eight percent of console. Gamers the situation for backwards compatibility where when when it was taken out of consoles a lot the reason ing was always like we have data and nobody uses it or it's actually it's only the parents correct career. It's a selling point for the parents. Oh they'll get to use all their old games. Okay I can justify the or for a kid to say that to the point that it is such a Trojan horse thing. I don't think a lot of people keep their collections. Enes and Dipak in they. Just don't because we're on Vega cops. I've talked about this on skip before but the backwards compatibility on xbox xbox live ecosystem is such an underrated. Did it's so incredible like those games the fact that you're not booting into some separate weird. Og xbox or xbox three sixty interface. It's like those games are just there and you can buy them and play them like you can buy symphony of the night on Xbox one it's like you're sx. I bought sx three. I just had a desire to play it ten dollars. It was installed and played. It was all beautiful like cool. My Hat's off to them for that. You can donate your former councils who need those anymore. Yeah I'd I just I just do it. A normal person does and they're just sitting under arrest office like this you can just bring them in and put them under your desk. Yeah that's my new under the bed. Yep to just hide it. They're just storage. Now Y- true I was just. I was stunned by how different. These poll results are from from what we would find if we surveyed the audience I think graphics is that it's been that that's been the Super Nintendo. It just sounds so funny to me more pretty better graphics wchs load times like are they really. That long like both Sony and Microsoft are talking about load times and demoing them and then it was. It pulled second here behind graphics. Yeah exactly bullets. It's because they've been talking about them. It's almost like a marketing trick. I I would assume but it. It's dependent on the game in terms of times. Yeah Control was pretty insane. I mean I play mostly I have the choice. I play most P. C.'s. So maybe I'm not I don't know how long. ps four times are for a typical game. These days The lowest priority features were virtual. You'll reality compatibility and hand-held motivational. Sorry Nintendo. Yeah it's cool that after you know I guess seventy years of area or so of video games existing. We're finally solving load time. It's been a while I like. We got through all that stuff though graphics will we're we're still tweaking. I understand that's an ongoing issue. We're almost done with graphics load to previous generations. But but we're GONNA fix ex- load times. That was just low on the list for a while. Low Times weren't a problem. At the beginning. It became a problem two decades. That's true except for like fifty four stuff like that but yeah pc gaming what about when you're waiting in line editor came to play a game time. You didn't put your quarter down Yup and then you gotta
Trump announces ‘phase one’ of China trade deal
"We've got some new details today on the broad outlines of trade deal with China or partial deal I think maybe president trump is calling this phase one of a larger deal according to the few details we have so far this phase will stall some of the tariffs that were set to kick in last week but to unpack this and the rest of the weeks financial news we've got DIONNE ribbon of axios and Lynette Lopez from business insider they're both in our New York studio Oh hey you two hey how's it going kimberly so Dan let's start with you what else is in this what else is in this well everything everything you've ever wanted now actual movement on this intellectual property issue you've got commitments to buy some more soybeans import by the Chinese you've also got a I guess a rollback of the tariffs that were set to come on this Tuesday those aren't going to be put in place so you know it's not the best news what the market really wants for the tariffs to just go away be rolled back entirely but it's certainly not bad news the stress on our economy as it stands now will remain the this deal means that things simply aren't going to get worse I and the thirty percent tariffs that were supposed to be enacted on the fifteenth will not go into place however this this deal doesn't actually really deal with anything that the three Oh to investigation into China's a theft of intellectual property and other abuses of American corporations was actually supposed to handle so again this is kind of a band-aid on the Kind of bullet wound in the relationship the trump administration she says it's not going to get worse looks like the deal that we made last December which kind of positron for a couple of months and then it and brought it back in vengeance when talks to get to a more advanced stage collapsed while Dion I know you're optimistic about this but it's not written yet it's an agreement in principle the trump and president Xi are supposed to sign it together I guess at some point how real is this certainly real Liepaja is is a big player in China President Trump was obviously in the room this is his name Yeah Vice Premier Li from from China's who trump was meeting so again it's not like these are some low level you tenants like some of the trade talks that we've had in months past this is big folks Stretcher Treasury Secretary mnuchin came out and made an announcement that the tariffs that were scheduled to go and place in the fifteenth aren't going to come out I do want to make clear though I'm sort of trolling my excitement about this deal because it is a nothing deal with big oaks making small deals and unfortunately what we were supposed to do was make a big deal with China now the market will probably thing of Asai of relief and it isn't GonNa make central bankers more nervous but we're already in a position where it looks like the economy is starting to deteriorate
"asai" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"Asai Ables find them in your frozen. I'll, but actually I wish people could see us. We both have side ponies yelling on August with her scrunches. But the side pony, I was just confessing to you confessions should we. But I actually think the side pony looks good. No. I do too. If you have a right now, you're have the side pony, you have the scrunchy the volume and it's like I love it. I think this is a look that's coming back. Well, it is it's back. But have you seen people rocking the side pony, though? Yeah. It's all the matters. I've days a week. I really do. I love the side pony. Yeah. I think it looks really good. Thanks. Crunchies. That's one. I just I really feel like they're not making a comeback. They're back there. That's true there. Well, it's funny because maybe taking back, I was reading some of the comments on the do edit, Instagram, page and someone who was, like, I want to know the story like why you brought scrunchy is back. But it oh I remember when we're in Hawaii in January. Yeah. You're wearing these countries, and we'd just gone to work out and your hair, like I'm not going to lie. Luanne NATO, goo. Yeah. It was just like sweaty. And then you just go south and five minutes later, you come up like how does your hair looks so good? You had in this really cute bun and had so much volume. And you're like dude, it's the scrunchy it is. And that's when you're like power of a scrunchy. Yeah. Because ads like the volume and it's like it's your hair. Look thicker yet. It has volume.
"asai" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto
"I didn't over hype the essay to the point that you felt like it was overrated. No. You told me that it was good that it lived up to the hype actually was a big relief. I've had some decent sl year Asai here stateside. But it did not compare that was the real thing straight from the from the tap from the source. What was the mood like because early on? It was it was kind of shaping up to be a really depressing night for Brazilian MA. Right. Like little Naw getting knocked out the way in which he did adopted son, BJ Penn looking the way in which he did Josie Aldo, Anderson Silva. I mean, just really saved the whole show was it starting to feel depressing hostile. How would you describe it? I don't think anybody was really getting that nervous until Josie Aldo fight. I think the walkout for Josie Aldo was special walking out in Rio I actually was able to, to tail right behind him. And it was an incredible experience to, to see him. Descending into the crowd like that. But I would say it didn't feel like people were on pins and needles until the Josie Aldo fight. And then and then it's the tide starts turning I almost feel like it, it kind of reaching its apex, actually without, I think, everything was kind of leading toward Aldo. And then it was hard for the crowd to kind of get back into the fight with with Anderson Silva after Aldo had lost. But I think after Jessica Drage kind of turn the tide back the crowd lost his mind, you know, as, as you would expect. But I think it was overall you know, it was a disappointment from, from the, you know, the Brazilian crowds perspective, Josie Aldo, getting defeated in the way he did it just looked like a little bit of a listless performance didn't seem like Vulcan ski was was at Indy injure of losing that fight at any point. So I think that's where it was reaching its apex. But then, unfortunately, it, it kind of came down from their true or false, that was BJ pens last may fight absolu-. False. There's no way while if he I mean, if he had come away got knocked out maybe, but he you know, the, the, the narrative to this point has has been, you know, I'm not going out there and getting knocked out in my fights. In fact, I believe he said that in, in a statement or an interview to be Japan dot com where he was saying, you know, look, it's not like I'm getting out there and getting absolute crushed. And I think I saw some fighters on Twitter echoing that sentiment. I don't think until that starts happening that he's gonna walk away. I think he's going to continue to think that I was just right there. I was this close you know, it wasn't the fight with Grita was not a dominant fight. I thought you know, BG had his opportunities and was in that fight. And I think it till that, you know, promise or that hope evaporates, he's gonna he's just gonna keep, you know, lacing up. So I don't think that this is it. Finally, you have see fight. I mean, I think the let them fight out his contract. So I don't know how many he has left, but I imagine that he'll finish that I wonder if they're actually keeping him on the roster because they don't want to go to Bill tour because built or has this deal to go to Hawaii. I mentioned that last week and you said that he wouldn't be that valuable to somebody like Valter, do you still the Hawaii part is a little different? I honestly I'm just at this point. I'm just trying to think of reasons why they keep allowing him to fight in their organization when in the past they've tried to stop others. We've talked about this at nauseam at this point. But the fact that BJ Penn has now lost seven in a row, and that's the longest losing streak in UFC history. And the fact that he has in one nine years. And that's half of his career is careers eighteen years to half of his career has been mired in this losing streak. We did this debate after two thirty seven and, and the question was.
"asai" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
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"asai" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"Just wanna make sure skill share air your skills. Okay. Well, that's what I do every morning here on the morning toast. The inner Taylor towns in. Well. Thank you for that PowerPoint presentation. Honestly, this basket we had many baskets in our time on the air. We've had basket of people who need Justice basket of people. We take with basket of people whose financial situations concern honesty. It was just the beer wins. This one of misunderstood movie and TV characters I believe is my favorite is so important, and like it's just really like a telltale sign it's just proof that you you grow up in the nose stuff. And then you earn adult and like you knew nothing back, then right? And I would be for any movie, or if you want to write a Broadway show about the Arjun stories of any of these people like, honestly, I think the most interesting origin like prequel would be the sharpei one. Really? I think it would be guest on honestly, kind of get her Justice because then she got a spinoff sharp fabulous adventure. Oh, right. They were so fabulous. And ventures. And she finally got those lobsters imported for may gun. Relax, send renew you go do. But okay now, are you ready to hear the stories that you should know before you wake up and take a bite out of your morning toast? Hopefully, not a chi- toast a SuperFood, and I should instead of need because you know, it wasn't that heavy or other superfoods. I wanna know if I've literally ever marries. Nope. Dark chocolate. Okay. Okay. Well, my healthy superfoods. I don't know like what category. I just anytime feeling like weak and small and frail get an avocado toast, because I feel like it has everything that it needs to give me some sort of energy like avocados really give you so much read whatever the hey sneak over the post meets preferred to guessing my phone. I wanna see if I'm looking at these pants. You usually wear black pants like now, they have like a little you could throw these a little line on them. And I'm just like so concerned about my well-being apparently Asai a guy. Yeah. I'm familiar. I'm familiar with their work. Yes. Sort of in blueberries are disgusting. Jackie. I couldn't agree more. Blueberry flavored is the best wheel. Very pie is fucking heaven. Blueberry is the best kind of Muffin blueberry yogurt loved. But blueberry is a little piece of mush. And it's disgusting. It's really just the worst food and all fruit is bad. Okay. These pets are interesting. I'm seeing there. Okay. I don't know if I'm in love, but it's fine. No. You look good this revolve top job about another huge from last night. I can't be tamed. She can't be stopped yet. I'm like not gonna be able to pay my taxes. But it's fine. It's fine. You look good doing it. Yeah. I don't know how to the IRS I need to stop talking about taxes. And like, my inability to figure it out because I'm putting a target on my back you are. But then also we just started working with turbo tear about hats. And honestly, I think this is the most useful. These are the skills that they should be teaching you in high school in total learning them on the morning. Toast thing called turbo tax live, and it's like a new energy or taxes combined tech with on demand tax professionals who can answer your questions and offer personalized advice..
"asai" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"And welcome back to coast to coast major red Dame's with us. Let's talk a little bit further about the new Magid fault situation that he sees. And then we'll get into some other issues. Ed, of course with remote viewing. It's always difficult to pinpoint a date or time that these could occur, but you feel as if this may be sooner than later this earthquake. I don't think that my unconscious with or my super countries with a hit me with that type of insight. We'll just very rare in my life. If it wasn't something that was. Relatively close. And of course, it's the same same the same protocols. We take with the kill shot to look at the nearest preceding event. That's going to happen. As early as tomorrow, the beginning work on that. But I wanted to say one of the things will give me two minutes to do that. The Fukushima events that I record for predicting for that was my client was TV Asai in Japan. And they wanted to know if I could look forward and perceive the effects of the next big earthquake on the city of Tokyo, they call the program, you can find this on on the internet and places. So I did that. And I said well, not going to be the ES. There's big one coming and it's not going to really affect Tokyo. A lot the facades and some old buildings will come down. There will be some flooding in the subways, and but I'm not receiving any casualties. And yet there's something else that popped in. And this reminds me of the old SRI the nascent remote team program at SRI when when we multi in was in its formative stages and one of the very gifted. Psychics Hella Hamed or Keith Harari? I forgot who was was remote doing something mundane for the status Titians there and looked up and said to one of the scientists. Hey, anybody interested in American general who's in the boot of a car and that's Coleman intrusion. Now, that's an happened in tactical remote DeLeon, really rich remote viewing. But in the early days, it did this idea that came out of nowhere journal dosier was the case right that wasn't intrusion to this is kinda like an intrusion for me is as disciplined as my mind is still hit me. And that's why I feel relatively close. So we'll look at preceding events, but more importantly, the reason that the Russians will offer assistance is certainly not gonna money because we have more money than I mean, we almost broke sometimes aren't they? Yeah. They're they're fairly solvent. Anything the debt that we put their economy? John much smaller. You're kind of much smaller. Assistance. Where Japan should have requested their systems, but TEPCO and the Japanese government waited too long. Because because of journal Bill where one hundred forty thousand engineers, and God knows how many people were evacuees were involved in the biggest event in history, and they're still dying from that is and as you and your listeners I live very close to turn up for many years. But the, but the plume went to Belarus, and and and Sweden were many Swedish kids ended up with thyroid cancer from one thirty one ah Poon. Yeah. So the the what the Russians what that implies. And what it means is that at least one or more of the fourteen nuclear power plants in the Wabash valley region and further will break and the Russians will offer their engineering, acumen and knowledge acquired from Turner Gill to help the US out with this and try to ameliorate the effects. Rather than having a corium leak stop that before it hasn't. And we will accept that offer to help we will. We will not be like the Japanese government. So yeah, we'll accept that offer. Now, it's really I need to more than anything look at the actual reactors specific reactors that will break in the future..
"asai" Discussed on WTVN
"Heard that an effort has been very successful. Yeah. It is. I had no problem using twice. All right. Great. Thank refuses to bloom a Kiwi. And yeah, I can't I had two of them one of them died. So I don't know which one still alive it won't bloom sex. So you get no no flower out of her whatsoever now, and so I can't sex. The other plants. Did it used to flower? No never has. Yeah. But you've never seen a flower ever now. And it now is there anything. I'm check raised. Lowered can't force it. The only thing that really that. I can think of that really would throw them off as far forest flowering, as if if it just gets fed so much in the nitrogen levels are so high that it just concentrate, you know, it's always pushing out new growth, and and and I've seen plants do that where they just concentrate on new growth and never flower. That does happen sometimes the Kiwi. I don't know that I've ever seen that happen on Kiwi. But I'll tell you what there is a there is a selection of Kiwi. Vine out there called sl. Sl IS a IRA IS A I, but a Cy has both male and female flowers on the vine itself, and we find it they can be self pollinating. If you have another male close to you, yet even more fruit, but it is self routing. So if you would go back to replant get the Asai, and I'm pretty sure it's I S A R. I S A. I get that particular selection that way doesn't matter what it is. And I'll tell you what if you don't get that thing to flower within another year to and don't feed it just let it do its thing. I take it out and forget about it. And then you you would come back with another male for sure. And then, you know, you've got extra extra fruiting on that SI, but look at the Asai, and I think that'll solve all your problems right there. Well, thank you very much. I'll give us right? Appreciate the tip as well. Okay. Great day you too Bye-bye. And again, that's the hardy Kiwi that you can grow on a trellis runner fence fence, or whatever they are, male and female, the assign. I think there's another one out there too that will produce both flowers, but you get more fruit. If you have the aside, plus a male somewhere else within a bees flying distance help shop as well. Thanks. Thanks. Our sponsors thinks of course to Bob Randolph who will win that fight someday with the Christmas lights 'cause without Bob and other stuff. What happened on to yourself a favor got make the best? We can of your life. Hi,.
"asai" Discussed on Back To Back
"Radio plug is links to music. Video commissioners right designers, graphic designers, and I think publishes reckless got sites. I and I do think that's something that maybe has set you guys apart in your career is, you know there was a certain point in time where you were really kind of blowing up for these videos you're doing right. And for. Sort of all different kinds of music like we were talking about before. I mean, you've had radio records in the UK and lots of other places. I'm sure. Do you think that's something that you know had you not been signed to a bigger label would have been harder to do, especially with the videos? Funny enough. The videos attributable to us really. Obviously they gave us the budget, which is, you know, we got to come from somewhere, you know, budgets, all poverty say we recoup that. Yeah, they out from. Works out as contracts states and stuff. But yeah, the music videos we saw. We source the directors and found themselves. I'm quite proud and protective Asai quite happy to say that that was something we we did independently on. Are you still doing those kind of crazy high concept videos, I, I might just be ignorant. I mean, that's the plan we have. We still have a lot to finish. We can still thinking about that. That's kind of fun part. Once. Next year, the is set for February. We have a huge amount today before that, but that's the kind of fun. Once you go, the music finished, you can stop thinking, what's what could be a good single, what's going to see music video? So yeah, I mean, we haven't done one full about eighteen months. We actually we for a single lost you. Nobody year. We had one had a really cool idea and it didn't quite turn out how you wanted, and we just kind of left behind and for the listeners, if you haven't watched, I'm going to put a Lincoln. The description of this episode. You gotta go check out the videos because that's a, that's a whole 'nother level of this..
"asai" Discussed on Mac OS Ken
"Wouldn't you think it would be easy to figure out whether one company bought another company such as not the case when the allegedly acquiring company is apple, I told you yesterday that up had purchased the music analytics firm Asai that was based on the story from the MAC observer, though a more in-depth piece from music ally rolled out under the headline confirmed. Apple has bought music analytic startup Asai. They say, they heard it from Cameron Barabra founder of the start up fund and accelerated the house quoting Barabra as the first investors and the Cy. We are incredibly excited by their recent acquisition by apple where they will have the opportunity to dramatically scale their impact and continue building out their vision for the future of the music industry. I'm not sure why we're still arguing about this, but we are apple insider, and the piece on Tuesday that said apple had performed an Akwa higher for the three founders rather than buying the entire company's assets as previously reported. Akwa higher is a funny word taxi made up of two parts Akwa, which is short for acquisition and hire a full form of the word higher. Generally speaking, it means buying a company to grab. It's carbon based lifeforms aka people. Apple insider defines aqua hire typically where a company has bought out by another for the expertise of its employees, not its products or services. So everybody seems to agree that apple bought a Cy even if some of them are writing articles saying, no, they didn't. Personally, I have run out of things that start with f to give. Last time I considered buying a pair of beats headphones was when apple announced it was buying beats headphones, doing daily apple news show. Part of me thought I should have a clearer understanding of what apple was getting itself into. Then I was told that what I would actually end up with was a muddy understanding of what apple was getting itself into. And that's what most of my audio file friends said about beats at the time that they were too muddy sounding. I was pretty convinced that up only bought beats beats music anyway, and stop thinking about buying a pair of beats headphones almost as soon as I started thinking about it. I'm thinking about it again. Macrumors around the story on Tuesday clue. People into the new beats studio, three wireless skyline collection. The peace.
Bill Chorus, Apple and Asai discussed on Charlie Parker
"The end of the year apple has purchased music, analytics company Asai, the music tech company is expected to help apple to recommend music to its users axios is reporting the deal, which it says is worth under a hundred million dollars or cores chairman Bill chorus died on Saturday. He was one hundred to his grandfather founded the beer company and Bill chorus is credited with developing the aluminum beer can the Dow was up two hundred eighty seven on Friday. Nasdaq up one hundred sixty seven SNP up thirty eight with the FOX business report, I'm Jenny Casella. What does building a better Bank? Look like, it starts with building Capital, One cafes warm
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"Asai of. Relief in DC after protesters, face off I'm, an charac Fox News Washington DC officials say nobody was killed or injured. In Sunday's unite the right to rally it drew a few dozen supporters and hundreds of protesters mayor Merial boater we think we were largely successful and making sure that those first amendment activities were able
"asai" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Can i take a little asai here brandon for just a second shirt do something about the area between the big eye and poorest boulevard on i forty okay because there is a major backup their air day every day well stig i think we need a bus system there i swear levy eight art to art well they'd have to get art one i but goodness gracious that every day more accidents here that have at the daytona five hundred swear to you it's ridiculous all right we're talking about what's to be at the beasts have on tv last night and the just described as violent vicious sarah huckabee sanders spoke about this from the white house he said the language used by sam samantha b last night divined his vile and vicious the collective silence by the left and it's media allies appalling disgusting comments and show or not fit for broadcast and executives at time warner and tbs must demonstrate that such explicit profanity about female members of this administration will not be condoned on its network again so far samantha b has been forced to apologize it looked like her apology was kinda kinda arm twist feckless yeah affect specalist and yeah so you got that and then blahdy at trump's office said the mainstream media was silent on this and they actually had a discussion about retroactively going back in time and started to fire people because you know like the the metoo movement and al franken and and all of those kevin spacey and all the rest well they've pretty much done that raised a lot of these guys bill maher i think called trump rang a tang yep you also get trouble with the n word this year too yeah so now they're talking about putting some heat on him as well to four three thirty three thirty three more of your calls are coming up as the stig show continues on ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy newsradio kiki ob also when we continue jim acosta has lost it again he forgets what he celebrates and now criticizes we'll tell you about that when we can the clark show the whole thing six minutes forty three i just.
"asai" Discussed on She Didn't Text Back Podcast
"Say we know asai said the that can calls a unforgettable imagine in my third one is hotline blink in worried that takes me back to his is a north wales the garage and sitting in the car and light which was such a simple time for me it was my first car the fourth focus not even a nice car but i loved it yeah yeah mine i knew one that jumped on my list bruno mars is finesse trip been nymph finesse it almost almost yeah i have i don't think i've ever played it but i heard it yeah so fucking good in it it's weird like the music video everything of the version with card abuse incredible i think the she body be she took it over the top so fucking special about that song the way it's written weights performed i just it makes me think of fuck in the nineties it really does it makes me think of fresh xia belair it really takes me there it makes me feel like that song was released then which is like a weird thing you know a lot of people are always try to take things from the 80s are they'll take things from the water inspiration but they really modernizing so they do it as if they do it music gets from the 70s but made in two thousand eighteen but he really made some to me that feels like none of the nam and they went out again it takes you back to that thing like you know if you make something that makes you feel a certain way if you make something that makes you personally happy if you make something that convinces you that you are in this time period it'll work for other people do it's also goes both ways do because like there's there is a clip of thought what's up artists that passed away gandhi she was an amazing singer i keep on his amy schumer but it's not anyone how any wind oh yes video on twitter those agency no it was.
"asai" Discussed on Laces Out
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