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Virgin Australia airline to be sold to US-based Bain Capital
"News for you. We got the administrators formerly approving the sale of Virgin Australia to the U. S private equity firm, Bain Capital Credit is led by the stricken airlines. Trade unions actually also approve the transaction of the meeting. It Less than three hours seeing bays, $3.5 billion take of this great through on the number and depth ballots. Administrators needed to cast their votes here. The sailors, even the green light. From the stricken airlines 10,000 creditors who owed something like $6.8 billion, OK, that's what we have breaking in the moment and
Interview with Michelle G Hunder
"He welcome back to another episode of this week and photo I'm your host, Frederik van. Johnson this is the first streams last recording that I'm doing on the service twitch dot TV. I was GONNA say new service twitch DOT TV, but it's not new, but it's new to me so I have the honor of having Michelle. With me she's one of the more prolific photographers streamers that are on twitch, and she has graci-graciously offered up herself to be interviewed as well as giving me some tips and tricks on how to operate and navigate in the world of twitch. It's an interesting World Michelle G. Hunter. Welcome to the podcast how you doing. Good thank you so much for having me. I'm really good. I'm excited I was nervous leading up to this interview don't before I've done literally hundreds of interviews. Over the span span of a decade or so. But this one I was nervous work because this is a new experience this is a new world. Yes. So so far we dive into the world of twitch. Tell me about Michelle who is Michelle Jihad? Or a photographer, your husband's a documentarian like what is going on down there Yes I live in. Melbourne Australia. I am a professional music photographer I've been shooting for roughly ten dis, almost ten years. I've been married for the same amount of time. So intended. To. Gorgeous dogs that my life will allies. And to be honest I think like you know when you talk about who I am like a lot of my identity is very much wrapped up in what I do. I. Really. Being amusing photographer as my life I've thrown everything into it. I absolutely love my job. It doesn't feel like work like it feels. Like I have the best job in the world and I work with amazing people and I'm constantly inspired by the people that I work with the work that I get to do. And yet I think it's you know the last couple of months of has really thrown a bit of a spattering the work for me personally because because i. feel like that because I. Identify with what I do. So intimately, it really has changed my life and had to find. A, way to I guess. Put. All of the energy that I was putting into my life and my Korea into something else because I wasn't able to shoot and I'm still not able to shoot. Sorry, that's way twitch gaming and I started streaming five months ago and it's it's honestly a incredible. So yeah. Over you've taken over with a you like I'm I'm relatively new to it. So I'm like trying to find out you know who's who and what's what and all that stuff and your name keeps coming up over and over again in when people talk about you even when you're not on the street may refer the reverence that they attach to your name is like when fans talk about beyond, say you like the beyond shame Of which like how did that happen? How did you get that status on the service I? Definitely don't save I so like that I made I. I Guess Sin Vive like I like to support other people said I pop up in other people's strains all the time. I have time to do that at the moment. So I, guess that. Lends itself to making genuine friends and making genuine connections with people. I think I. Also, I have a decent social media following on other platforms I was able to bring. Like a I guess a relatively decent amount of papal arbor with me, sir. I wasn't ever street I wasn't even doing the hard yards and streaming to one or two people which a lot of people have to stop doing that hang on two seconds. My dog was. Crying, he wanted to be let out. So. I. Always had a decent number on still building that audience every day. But yeah, I, I definitely don't want to be taking credit being like the biggest. photographer. Strain were on the platform or anything like that. This this table, the debate. People like shoes. And this is about the guys that have been here for a very, very long time and I would take to take any credit away from the people that have been here. For since two, thousand, thirteen, striving and Being, on the platform for five months. So I feel like the people that have been here for a long time really set the groundwork. For for people like us and also anyone that started in the last few months also notice it. Those guys have really welcomed us with Arben really helped just like showing the ropes. With things like the twitch photography, tame and. Yeah just made it a really welcoming an amazing platform that I am just stoked to Bain vote into the honest. There's so much to it too.
Episode Two: Bernard Freeman aka Bun-B - burst 01
"This is. Free. With Derek Freeman. Hello Mr Freeman. Doing. All right, brother. Appreciate you coming on. Problem and thanks avenue now for everybody that's listening in, we have none other than Bernard Freeman Aka Bundy. My friend, my cousin live in inside the free world podcast with us. Bunny sounds like you're on the road man just just let us know how much time you got. We got. We got some questions for you today. We make it happen. I everybody. Knows Bun the the big thing that everybody knows about you man of course as you G K, and since the beginning you guys have read Port Arthur Texas. Oh, you know not only Port Arthur but you had spent time a lot of time in childhood is in Houston also rep Houston real heavy but tell us a little bit about de growing up in port. Arthur where you're from in the experiences in, PORT ARTHUR IN HOUSTON. as you know you listen I'm not sure if they know not you know put up very small. Industrial town is out of the sexist. Population varies I guess between fifty and fifty, five, thousand depending on the time you check. Build around all refineries You know put out there Bouma. both sprouted up, do this spindle top. So You know pretty much all the small towns in that area surrounding spending time. dairy pretty much facilitate life for the people who worked at the refiners, and so it was it's a blessing and a curse because as a blessing provided a lot of jobs and opportunities in the early days but. If you don't have. Really a Give up you don't work for the refineries for a company that facilitates the refinery and finding good sustainable work can be difficult. A lot of our eggs are in the same basket here. Definitely the we're we're tied to that that oil and gas you know here in Port Arthur. So you know someone with with as much talent as yourself. There's not many opportunities. So you know you had to look the places in thankful that. You know you had connections in Houston and was comfortable moving around in a big city in in making connections. Yeah. I spent a lot of my early years and he's been going back and forth unfortunately I was I was born in Houston but then my parents divorced my mother moved to put because a lot of her family that weren't in Louisiana or Houston when living input and she just wanted a breadth she and. Her aunt. My Grandmother's younger sisters was very close in age with my Mama Mama. Can I born and so they had a very strong relationship and so my mom moved to Port Arthur because there were structure there for But as I got older and started, you know wanting to find my way in the world specifically with entertainment right product didn't afford me any of those opportunities. So you kinda add to go to the big city to make your bones. So to speak but you know I've. been a big part of the culture music. Wise. So we kind of knew where to look and started trying to touch base with stuff but our connection added came on the flute. We were actually in Houston shopping, and so we went to kings flea market on the south side. And just. So happened that there was a guy there named Russell. Washington who had A. Record store but was actually looking for talent So we drove spanked of Houston and wind got the demo tape and then brought it all the way back to. HOUSTON. To store. Let him here a few songs He fell in love with the earliest thing earliest edit of. Debbie something good. which featured more than just me and Tampa. By this time, we ended up putting it out. It was only Tampa. And from that point on I get, the rest is history. Man, in history you've made definitely you know let's take real quick take it back. Just a little bit of the way we Mitt was was something unique in not I'll never forget it. I was a freshman in high school and we had a class together theater and your last name was Freeman and my last name was Freeman and we've got to talk and one day I. Think I told you that my dad was from Ville Platte and you said you'd from Vail plant and you say, well, my dad's from veal platinum next thing you know I think you went check Some of the lines and I went check some of the family lines and sure enough we were kin and from then on man I I just. I've already. Thought you were intelligent. One of the most intelligent people I've met even in my forty four years that I've been on this earth man I told you such a high regard. But from that point Oh man I watched you in and you've always been a motivator a trendsetter and you've left breadcrumbs for somebody like myself that can follow if you have ambition if driving I've always appreciated what of the people that hit us on facebook you know put something out there earlier was like. Man I'm getting ready to go online with gun right now we're doing the free world pie cast any questions and we'll take one questions and somebody they hit us up was big Jack. So Big Jackson Holler at you man said what's up and I was thinking about big Jag being in the same class with us you big Jack and I think Nolan Davis. And your cats were I just looked up to you guys so. Jackson was up man but that was the beginning days g K. so that was did. With. Big Time or how big time come about. Is that well, they came from that initial day of going to the market you know and we came to the agreement that. We are open to working with him and you know we were very young industry. We didn't really know anything as far as easy business and he didn't either like he came in from a retail aspect, but he always had a really good ear for music and You know he was the one that out of all the stuff that tell me something good was actually one of the oldest on. That we had in the catalogue at that time. So we brought him everything that we had, and he listen to some of the newer stuff which would have been like cocaine tobacco. The ride would have been part of that as well. but he was like, yeah, I mean. It's cool but they the tell me something good that that. Like I said he had yet amazing. You know yeah. No maintenance here for that kind of thing man shot big Joe me and Jack was. down. With each other and Nolan of course, normal ones you know probably one of my closest friends in school and the funny thing was with working with Nolan like Nolan I both kind of woke up when Bain was like. Let's go sign up for the navy. and. So we went we went there today we went to the naval officer assigned everything, but we didn't take the oath and then like a couple of weeks later, we were like Joe. I don't think that's what we. And they tried to they tried to Pigeonhole as into it and you know I tested very high tested like ninety, seven coadjutor. So their their whole day for me was like we WANNA. Thank you get college and we also WanNa put you basically on a nuclear submarine bike. So we want to college. To understand how to you know work in that field like engineering. and. Then put you on a nuclear submarine and. I Love Water I love this women all of the idea of. Underwater. For my dad time that was that was not what I was about that was not what I wanted to do with my life. So we had the we realize that like the easiest way to get out of that would have been to get scholarships. So that's when no letting I really started focusing heavily on drama and ended up getting Scholarships back in the Senate. And that kind of the way of of getting them like off of our. Of Our case at the time, and then after that, we decided that that wasn't. So. We were young kids bad. You know we you know. Thank God. We had options in life. we but we just didn't know what direction we wanted to go to at that point and and at that point I I really started to fall in love with the idea of of making music right so much that I loved theater. I just realized that wasn't necessarily path I wanted to take, and it's funny because music kind of brought me back around to that because being. Pop? Culture. I've actually been in a few feature films I was in the dirty third I was in This movie called. Video girl where I actually went meagan. Good. It's just the Maya good and Ruby Dee and I had like one on one team would ruby dee I Rueda de basically beat me up in the movie. Sat me around wow because I was the boyfriend until the Maya good and she ended up being killed. while she was with me because I have beef with them do out there that Ruby was like you know very upset with me forget it. Get a girl killed she kinda be up or whatever it was. It was amazing because you know you grow up. looking ruby dee is. That's film royalty. Definitely and So you know being party hip hop culture has not only made like you know my new dreams come true but even facilitating some old dreams come true. You know I'm very, very blessed. Individual man apposite. Very blessed very talented it full circle. You know I've always told you that that stage when we did the, we used to have a thing tell some of the folks if you you went to a draw drama festival, they had a thing called group impromptu and you know I had the honor of being in the group impromptu with Bun a few
Decentralized Storage: The Final Frontier, w/ Bluzelle CEO & founder, Pavel Bains
"Is Blue Zell and how is it different from other blockchain's? is a decentralized database. It's a delegated pufus state network and what we found was how came about was when we started a couple of years ago, we're doing projects for banks and insurers and trying to do the whole thing of enterprise blockchain and. Try to bring that in and saying, Hey, this is where the space is where it's going, and while we're doing some of those projects. We realized that okay. We do. For example, today attorney management system for three banks in Singapore. Great used know. But then all the data and certain parts of it we had to actually store in a centralized database. Then we had done in other one for insurance. Travel Insurance for one of the bigger insurance companies in Asia and that one same thing wait part of this information and what's happening store and centralised database, and we realize that you're not getting a full decentralized stack. It's only partial, and then you know you start thinking about at that time everybody's trying to figure out the decentralize web all the components we. Realized that our problem been solved if he had a decentralized database behind it. And that's where we kind of. That's where it came from. We dug in more and said, okay, that's you want to complete the entire decentralize staff and that's how he basically came together and said, this is the player. This theory we're GONNA play interesting. So it was when I think of blockchain's generally I, kind of analogize them with a decentralized database. Say That about. Bitcoin. Decentralized Database which holds ledger information. And stuff like that. So. Is it maybe the the design that makes it the design of Blue Zell makes it more just as secure as Bitcoin like first office. Is it just as secure as Bitcoin and you know that kind of thing and is it just faster or is it optimized specially to do a certain purpose that you know maybe bitcoin or a theory cannot? Yeah. So it's a different use case. So when it comes to ledger transactions, you know blockchain's are great for that. Just quick information things like that. But if throwing wheel data, let's say if you're building a financial product, can you need to store user information or building a game like profile sessions inventory management? You can't really put that on the blockchain because one it would be very slow. For all that hard data behind it, and it'd be very expensive I mean look the prices of cerium now. So what you said was who build a decentralized network database descended database with nodes at strictly are for storing data we get that security that one hundred percent up time of availability is there and you get and you can store large amounts of data edit or even. Less than half the price of centralized databases. So it's a different case. So your transactions, definitely, those things at the stadiums create at bitcoin the other blockchain's you keep doing that but the hard data lakeview application and you know, let's say you're using an APP whether it's Base Camp Mail chimp facebook. All data has to sit somewhere behind it and that's you put on. US interesting. So it's almost like Blue Zell would be a direct competitor. to any of those data centers that we would see that are be owned by Amazon web servers. Right or you know we drive past the freeway and we know that there's a big data center over there. Those are centralized and owned by certain companies right? So you're saying. If a group of people all came together to. Contribute their computing power to storing in serving files to anybody who calls it then you'll compensate them or somebody will be compensating them in Blues, L. Tokens. Right. Right. So think of it as AIRBNB. We've just discovered that, hey, there's a lot of people out there with a lot of computer space on on their laptops devices, xboxes that are sometimes most of the time not used right because everything's really run on the cloud. So what we're saying is made just give extra room in your apartment. Extra space on your computer. To, US will manage it and we'll have somebody rented. So
New Trump Campaign ad Looks Bad For Trump
"Donald Trump is in a lot of dead, so it's very unlikely that he actually outright owns anything, but he does love to own himself, and that's the case with the latest campaign ad you put out. Let's take a look. You have reached the nine one one police emergency line due to defunding of the police department. We're sorry, but no one is here to take your call. If you're calling to report a rape, please press one to report a murder press to to report a home invasion press three for all other crimes. Leave your name and number and someone will get back to. You are estimated. Wait. Time is currently five days goodbye. Now if that adds scares, you and you wouldn't WanNa live in the type of country that would have those types of scenes of. And Destruction! You should probably vote trump out of office because all of that footage happened under trump's watch. In fact, all the footage used in that ad was from March and I'll give you. Those details I'm sorry may of this year and I'll give you those details in just a moment, but also one of trump's campaign advisers Boris. Epstein also shared a similar video. NOT THAT AD itself. But in that video you see the violence and the destruction, and he says this would be Joe Biden's America. It's a very scary place except it's happening right now, and it's in trump's America. And I want you to remember what he said during came action. Because if you say wow, I, mean look. They're protesting. The saints that have happened recently police abuse. Yeah, well, trump had four years to fix it, and he didn't. He actually loves when police abuse African American citizens. Why after George Floyd? Floyd, but let's remember to protect the real victims here the confederate flag. And military bases named after confederate heroes so. Yeah he? There's a reason why those things are happening. Even the worst of most of them are overwhelmingly peaceful protests. Of the rioters and looters are because of Donald Trump's complete and utter indifference this issue, so that is trump's America but back. Then when he was accepting the nomination, he said the crime and violence that today our nation will soon. I mean very soon come to an end beginning on. January, twenty twenty seventeen safety will be restored. Saying. Let's let's go to those images and like some screen shots of the video that was used in that campaign ad, which again were from May of this year and we can just obviously. Rebut that ridiculous statement, so that's from Minneapolis. In May of twenty twenty twenty may twenty to be specific. It's an image from the night when a Minneapolis police precinct was burnt down. Okay, let's go to the next one. Another screen shot from trump's add This is a shot of liquor store that was set ablaze on the same night. Again this is in Minneapolis. May Twenty twenty-eighth Twenty twenty when the president of the United States is Donald Trump? And then let's go to one more. It's an image of a window being smashed at a bankruptcy court in Grand Rapids Michigan. And, it was taken. This photo is from May thirtieth twenty twenty so looks like he's by way. He's a criminal himself. I mean defrauded students with trump. University used his own charitable foundation, which had to be shut down because he was utilizing the funds from that charitable foundation to enrich himself. He has violated the emoluments clause of our Constitution over and over and over again he loves crime. He bathes in crime. But he he uses law and order as a dog whistle and a lot of ways. No no way since one hundred percent right and so the slogan is no justice, no peace and that's almost exactly what's happened during the trump era, there's no justice at all the real criminals. The top Roger Stone and all the others have been released from the jails. It's like a reverse Bain. Vicious release all the white collar criminals, and all the crooks of the. And all Donald Trump's friends Michael Milkin. Blagojevich Democrat doesn't matter nothing matters. Okay except Donald Trump's France so did and then at the bottom. Did any of US get justice? No, the police abuse continued, and and what Donald Trump has to offer us more violence and violence begets violence. So that's where we are today and I'm going to go back one more time. Do speech a twenty sixteen while he was accepting the GOP nomination, he said. Nobody knows the system better than me. Which is why I alone can fix it. Okay well. You've got four years to fix it and apparently only one who could do it. So why are you waiting for? The protests are larger. Also different issue violence is on the rise. While you're not fixing it. Are you holding back? Are you holding? America hostage until your second term, and then you will magically fixing who could believe such preposterous things? He obviously is in over. His head doesn't know what he's doing and everything is done has been counterproductive and led to more violence to. What we see in that ad, which is trump's America? Want, they mentioned rate there in the beginning punched out word to scare people even more. If you're reporting a rate, we will not be responding. Who are you kidding? The reason we're a have deep on the police. Responding, anyway, only thirty percent of rape cases across the country are ever solve by our incompetent police. We WanNA defunding partly because we want to build a better police department that actually solves cases.
"Southern Cross station is the second busiest are always station in Melbourne with more than nine million passenger movements recorded between two, thousand, seven and two, thousand and eight. As well as Bang served by the city center and train services. Southern Cross is the terminus for the state of Victoria's regional rail network. A shopping complex joins the station and Dunton. Eighth is a coach terminal, providing bosses to into state and regional destinations as well as the Scott boss shuttle service that travels to Melbourne's Tullamarine import. Fist security pepe says a number of closed circuit television cameras applies to strategic locations throughout. On Saturday September fifteen, two, thousand, seven, just stopped at ten am and notably Chinese couple will walking through southern cross station when they noticed a female toddler standing alone need the escalator. Shay, was evasion appearance and to look to bear around three years old. She had short doc hair, cutting a Bob and wore a red denim, hooded, jacket and Akwa, colored vest with a red and pink dormant patent and brought pink Corduroy Pants. thinking that tall blonde lot of Bain lost the Koppel approach ten attempted to speak to her. When she didn't respond, they beckoned a Victoria royal employee named Marina Meshu Glue I've to save. Hey could help. While trying to speak with the Child Marino patted her on the head, and immediately noticed that her hair was very gracie as though it hadn't been washed in some Thanh. No sign of any frantic parents looking Fidel lost child San Marino decided to summon police to the same. Responding offices also attempted to communicate with the child that she was thereon, willing or unable to tell them her name. Noticing that the best shows wearing was made by popular children's clothing brand. Cold Pumpkin Patch. They decided to nickname her pumpkin until a proper identification could be made. The girls clothing provided no real clue to her identity. As although the pumpkin patch brand was based in New Zealand it was sold widely throughout Australia. Despite Horon washed. Pumpkin appeared to be a healthy well-cared-for child who was appropriately dressed in clean clothing. The police took her into their care, hoping she was mealy lost, and her parents would soon come fullwood to claim her. When no one did, they scoured C. C. TV footage from Southern Cross, station. And quickly realized that Pumpkin had been deliberately abandoned.
Link Still The Boss
"Jay Taking look at market at the moment of got to sign on a great deals change on yesterday I mean. Look we. We're up. Tonight it looks pretty strange on the fifth minute Chalamet. Tell you about what just happened before. This was about forty five minutes ago. Roughly on the on the ten am cancer. The ten fifteen can we pushed down to naughty, one hundred and sixty full, and only close close at nine to sixty one hundred dollars is very quick. Rural Real quick they're. Now. One of the main. Geez, it's pretty difficult to tell. This market has bain susceptible to those spot. Sometimes, we have saying that often around the morning session to you know we've seen those ruby candles, or and this one was a big of striking. It's not an overly large candle by any stretch of the imagination. It's just one of these candles. for May. It's some. It's just it. We'd that's. Women high point four percent up on bitcoin not now. We did get to a that was pretty hefty. Thousand Ninety full before closing at ninety two forty. This could just seems to be a little bit confused what it wants to do, but I tell you it's holding and it's been holding up here. Around that nine thousand to ten thousand mark, let's just say for the best part of walk since we got here, which was back on the thirtieth of April. So that's all of my and we are just about through jury not too long ago now for join, and it's been hanging out above nine thousand, the longer it holds above nine thousand. The better at potentially could get a hang in there as indicated. Sorry, would that pulling the more it looks like a consolidation that a than actual issued pros. It does sane to be comfortable up the now. Of course we have had the half and a couple of months ago now so. I'd spoken to this prior to the having and saying to everybody that look in the Pasta too offerings prior I can't change significantly. We're just off the. You know what we've seen. There is that we saw console eight for one of them and then move significantly high in the multiple thousands of percent. Also saying them dip. And then move higher in the multiple lodge amounts of returns as well so we've seen to Havanese, both one console one fell and then moved. Off Really liked to hype the way he could sell it. And continue to move here on Bitcoin as well to the upside. It would be lovely to see. We've gotta get above that. Ten, thousand bucks. Full brother anytime soon, but it would be very nice force to get Bitcoin right now we are at ninety, two, hundred, eighty, one. Dole's up point full full. Of a percent at the moment moving to a theory now at two, hundred, thirty, two and ninety cents up point two full I look. The of doesn't look too bad. That weekly trends still there really locked look of this trend to I think it's a good looking Jot It's just a matter now. Alva of getting that trend back in and kicking on. To further up saw that's that's really what the crux of it is just hanging out and waiting for that to occur. We haven't gone just yet. We need to break. Above a cool it to fifty, then we'll have that uptrend back in the swing of things, counterpoint to full Alviti, percent xl pays daily down trying to look. I was looking at stalking in short this morning because it's bane the waste out of the law Except, phase not really rattled the cage too much at all this year. It's been a very. As Been Crab Woken shall, we say it's been very very small in in its ranger. Course we did you know full to a low of at ten cents. Back away sold at big full earlier in the year in March but we. We've rebounded rebounded. We rebounded that twenty three and a half cents, but we've just. Feel like I feel like for quite some Thomas Bain Very. Saad wise, you know. We're looking at one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight nine ten eleven. Twelve weeks. That's three months while we haven't seen a great of activity and I. Suppose it probably feels. Longer than it is. Three weeks is a long time in Crypto is seventy awake so. You know we are currently sitting up on I'll pay point four four percent of one I taint point two cents, but I'm really keeping on today to see if I can find a short guy would if there are shorts on the table down eighteen cents is sort of where I'm looking bitcoin cash three thirty three dollars, tens two hundred thirty three dollars and ten cents its up point three four yesterday it did close flat on the again, a very solid wise shot, wanting to save get out of that sawed consolidation guy very boring much the signs that saw Pai simultaneous they abyss face hanging in there seven, hundred and seventy two. H Down today is down point three of a percent again, a very average looking shot nothing to be too exhausted about lot hanging in there as well yesterday. What Lot coin yesterday was Dan? Listen support on lot Barrett that that forty live at forty, one sixty one. There is a level of support running through, and that could potentially setup trades over the coming days if there is going to be a further downstream always. To having. Shows will be Ivan to actively pursuing shorts. I don't have any short trades. On at the modern actions about I don't have any trades are open at the moment just watching that level of forty one fifty sixty around that sort of ragent saying how we go up half percent forty two year fifty today look assigned can also said. there is a bit of support down around with turtles. Forty Watching that as well as it does, build and consolidate into their modern. Actually give me a short tried. I would currently forty eight, which represents point four two percent gain tonight, thus far with one hour into the trading day the folk. A little while ago full. That's anything to a significant dent. Also today there is a bit of support down there on around to forty six. To forty three, forty, six, so behaving and all of that threat, the dies well just save. It does come down given other opportunities, their full mate Bonnets at fifteen dollars and ninety five cents really slide gone. It did have been dip. Damn came straight back down point seven percent USA closing at Fifteen Dole's ninety nine cents. A fifteen dollars ninety seven right now. I'll off percent not much going on. That's buffet.
European governments working with U.S. on plans to overhaul WHO, health official says
"Media designed to mislead people European Union leaders began the process of approving an unprecedented stimulus package for the corona virus ravaged economies aware of the need to deliver health quickly but still divided over its final size and terms Blackstone Bain capital and teacher pharmaceuticals are among the final bidders for Takeda pharmaceutical consumer drug business in Japan a deal that could be worth up to three point seven billion dollars in European governments are working with the U. S. on plans to overhaul the World Health Organization signaling that Europe shares some of the concerns about washing to say it would quit
Sweden becomes country with highest coronavirus death rate per capita
"We have touched on Sweden. The country's managing covid nineteen or not in previous episodes in fact it's shunned lockdown rules and it's Bain much business as usual so probably no surprise that at the time that we're recording this the death right. There has risen sharply over the last week. And it's now the highest in the world per capita. That's just Six point zero eight deaths per million people more than any other country.
"Facebook group that I run for podcasters cold. The Australian podcast is collaborative. It's a group for new podcasters or people thinking about launching their shy right through to season podcasters. And it's a place for you to connect learn and share as you go along the journey so I'd love if you'd like to head over there and join it's cold these striding. Podcast is collaborative now onto today's episode. A list of all the podcasts directories. So when it comes to podcast directories. There's the obvious big four. There's apple podcasts. Spotify Google podcasts and stitch and these four the ones that you really do need to have your Shari's on but there's also a whole lot of other ones and I say this conversation. Come up in the facebook group where people do just put their shows onto the two or three. Oh four main ones and not putting it everywhere else such day. I'm going to run through a list and I will have links to them all in the shower nights and you can add your show that at the end of the day. It doesn't cost you anything. To put your podcast onto these directories so you may as well ask your show this so you can reach as many is as possible. Now before we get into the list you will find that a number of these directories pull the data from apple podcasts. So you may well find that you are already on there but you can also sign up and take ownership of the show on that directory if you WanNa get a little bit more details on the stats and things like that. One thing that you will need to sign up to all of these directories is your RSS Fade which you get in your hosting platform. And once you have that you can go to all of these different directories and sign up so that your podcast is shining. As I mentioned I will have shy nights for these episode. If you go to podcast. Va Dot Com and click on podcast in the menu. You'll be able to go to all of the episodes of podcasting tips and tricks. And you'll find the show notes for this episode. Where they will be links to all of these directories now. I'm not going to go into what offered on H. Of as I'm just going to run through the list. And then as you can find those links and and add your show there so here we go. There's a cost apple podcasts. And of course apple podcasts. We still hear people call it our chains but it is the same thing. People use it interchangeably Blueberry Bullhorn Kost folks Castro Daizo digital podcast. Google play music. Google play music is for. Us and Canada are only Google podcasts. Himalayan iheartradio listen arts overcast. Radio public radio DOT COM Pandora pocket costs poed Bain podcast addict. Podcast land put costs Republic Poe chaser pornograph- plex play. Fm spotify stitcher and tune. In so there is a list of thirty one directories that you should be adding your podcast. You just so you can get as much reach as possible. And I'm sure there's some other places that you can add them as well so please feel free to reach out to me. If there are any directories I have missed off this list and I will. Short added into the show nights as I mentioned earlier all of the links are on the shy nights page for these because I know I run through them very very quickly. And it's a super short episode today but if yet you can find all of those links and if you're unsure how to actually get your show onto the is do a google search and that the though usually find
The Muswell Hill Murderer (Part 3)
"With the Dennis Neilson committed to stand trial for the mode of six men and the attempted murder of two out this the public and press questioned how he could have gotten away with the. Crohn's facade along the reality was that most of Nelson's victims was social outcasts without solid family structures so dot dresses many associated with drug users and sex workers who were unlikely to approach the police making it easy for their disappearances to go unnoticed. In fact of the fifteen men Nielsen claimed to have murdered only three billy sutherland. Kenneth Elkin condensed and Steven himes wherever confirmed to have been reported missing. The Guardian newspaper reported that Nielsen insulated himself from detection by choosing victims. Who were quite young s Dan in debt homosexuals and surmised? The reason why nobody knew that Nielsen was killing. Was that nobody accepted Nielsen. Knew that any killings were going on. The article also highlighted how the banality of Nielsen's Public Persona Claw. T's true character quite. Nobody knew or even suspected because Nielsen not only possessed Dole. The trappings of a thoroughly normal suburban life. He was positively dreary delay star catching man in the crowd. It was not only. He's neighbors that saw him without noticing him. Most of those who worked with him or drank with him board by him as for the attempted murders. This evolve as were luckily hesitant to follow through with police reports due to feed. They wouldn't be taken seriously. On account of Bain Gay. The attacks were rule size so bizarre and inexplicable that the survivors themselves could barely comprehend what had happened. The Guardian reported that Nelson himself expressed disbelief. At how long he's crimes went undetected stating on was in a quasi god-like rall author could do anything wanted while this was going on there. What people upstairs and people next door and nobody knew as Nelson's trial date approached. The prosecution continued investigating and were able to identify several more victims. When examining the skull of one unidentified victim forensic investigators discovered. There was a metal plate in the jewel using dental records. They determined that. The skull belonged to twenty-seven-year-old seven year old. Graham Allen discarded heroin addict to Nelson had met in September nineteen ninety. Two after Graham had an argument with his girlfriend. Leslie Nielsen had taken Graham to his house. Well Hill Flat Coltie Momoa and then strangled him to death when he pasta midway through waiting the meal Nelson had previously told police about this murder but couldn't recall the victim's name referring to the incident simply as the Omelette death. But the Tom Graham was identified. It was too light to add a seventh most charge to Nilsson's dot men but the prosecution intended to use the details of Graham's murder as evidence at trial Japanese chef Tasha Mitsu Ozawa who escaped to Nelson's attempt to strangle him at the muzzle hill flat on New Year's Eve in nineteen eighty two was identified. When police fanned the initial report. He'd made against Nielsen Falling. The attack. Toshimitsu hadn't followed through with a formal complaint as he felt. It was too much work
Setting the Scene: Leigh Leigh
"Lays double barrelled name was a happy accident she was born. Lee Rene Me's on July twenty four nineteen seventy five to parents Robin and rub it. This was a tumultuous marriage that only persisted due to their mutual love of their daughter but ultimately ended in divorce when lay was seven years old after her birth parents separated lays mother entered into a defector relationship with a man whose surname was lay. The couple had a daughter in nineteen ninety. Three whom they named Jesse lay wanted to share her youngest sister's surname and love the fact that it would give her a duplicate name. She liked her unique name so much. She kept it after. Her mother ended that relationship rubbing was close to her oldest daughter and took lay aged ten on a two-month holiday to Sri Lanka to experience of familial heritage by Nineteen Ninety. Six Robin and her two daughters had moved to a house on. Fullerton straight in Fund Bay a working class suburb in the Hunter region of New South Wales. Just south of firm Bay was Stockton. Technically suburb of the city of Newcastle. It lay across the harbour mouth of the Hunter River. Meaning anyone. Wanting to get there from Newcastle would aid the half the take a five minute ferry ride or a half hour drive. It's not a solution from the city. Gave stopped and more of a provincial atmosphere within Sheila and close knit community. The township was characterized by low incomes and high unemployment. It was while living in Fern Bay. Robin met local man. Brad Ximan who became lay and Jesse's stepfather lay was a popular handout. Going go into made friends. Easily at both Stockton Primary School and light up at Newcastle High. By Age Fourteen. She had aspirations to become a veterinarian and was well behaved at school but exhibited rebellious straight with her mom and Stepdad in these moments. It was clear she had inherited her mother's strength of character and biological father's single minded determination nevertheless her mother and grandmother regarded Lee as a typical teenager. Who cared deeply for her family. It was a warm spring evening on Friday November. Three nine hundred ninety nine and delay was excited. She was going to her first light. Not Party to celebrate the sixteenth birthday of one of the local boys Jason Robinson. More than fifty us would bain attendance. Mostly he attends students from Newcastle High. But some young goes had received an invitation to Lee was one of them even though she was only fourteen years old Indian year. I this made her feel important and mature. As only a handful of girls her age had been invited. The party was being held at the old north. Stockton Surf Club a popular venue. For such events the one storey red brick building was positioned on a large patch of open lawn with its re facing the Stockton Waterfront. A short walk away by fillets. Mother and stepfather were apprehensive. As the invitation said the Potty was an all night affair from seven pm until dawn it also stipulated. Bring your own. Which suggested that would be alcohol. Presen- that lay had gained persuasive and convinced them that the not could be viewed as a test if she behaved herself and was ready to be picked up at the Surf Club at exactly eleven. Am She would be given more freedom to attend other parties and social events? If she wasn't waiting at the allotted time she would be granted and banned from going to the upcoming dance at Newcastle High. Which late desperately wanted to attend? There wasn't a lot to do. F- attains in the area as the disguised used to be held at the Masonic Cole had come to an end and the local movie house shut down. There were the occasional gatherings at the Surf Club when a fraud not without listened to the local band practice while drinking Biro Cask. One acquired by an older sibling or friend. Otherwise that would all hang out at Roberto's pizza which had arcade games to play les. Social Life until then consisted of going to the movies in Newcastle Roller Skating and hanging out with friends Jason Robinson Sixteenth. Birthday was her first real party and she was going with a couple of girlfriends. She was secretly thrilled to be saying that boy she had a crush on who would be playing in cardinal sin though local band that was the nuts entertainment. She assured her mother that adult supervision had been arranged for the event and that she knew most of the kids at the Party at seven PM rubbing dropped her daughter off at Roberto's pizza. When lay had planned to make her fellow party going friends the three goals would then walk two kilometers to the Surf Club rubbing waved league goodbye and reminded her to be ready to be picked up by her stepfather. Four hours later at the great meeting spot or there would be consequences
Science, Interrupted - lives, loves, labs upended by COVID19
"Welcome to science friction on the Tash Mitchell and this is science interrupted and possibly radio interrupted because I have a puppy snoring very audibly and loudly at my fate right now working from home folks. It's tremendously difficult to think of not of not finishing the work. It's tremendously difficult booking with. Todd's is always a race against time as your money formation but the majority of the information are actually Mike. God really this pandemic has swift in Lancaster. Nami hasn't gotten caught us. All by complete surprise wherein collective state of shock really and for many scientists so much at stake use of experiments field work results. Clinical trials patients students the lives of lab animals the consequences for so many Deeply personal and in some cases could affect the lives of thousands of others and other species too so today on the show. Three scientists with three. Clemson's how are you? How are you going? Yeah yeah good bevy. What's been over and I met this morning by spin. Had this zone call with a bunch of other people from Perth and she was basically lap. Hold us on. He's a roller coaster. Look to Paula. Magni won fame lab Australia competition last year. And she's a senior lecturer in forensic science at Murdoch University in Perth at my husband across line pharmacist in Perth so possibly meeting people affected by Kobe. Nine hundred every single day but right now Paul easing Singapore where she also works as deputy dean of Murdoch University's campus there. Her baby daughter with her and Shayna husband don't know when they'll be able to be reunited. He was going to be concerned. Who are going to be concerned as well but this is probably the best option for the moment. We hope that these are going to be only for a while but for the moment it is what it is and not say his daughter for very many many months. Yeah so they can see each other only by by video call. That is a huge gift. Imagine these happening ten years ago or more could be better than years ago but the situation is changing. So much isn't it? It's still very unclear what's going to happen with international flights around the world. Yeah absolutely impossible to make any predictions at the moment. Also because Australia is getting way better especially Western Australia. Because he's very much aware from every everybody else. Singapore is experiencing a second important peak of cases compared to other countries. We are leaving this situation pretty pretty well. Syncopal learned a lot from this SARS situation and we didn't have many cases at all until a few weeks ago when they borders. Were going to be closed. Many people from all over the world wanted to come back to Singapore and they came back or seek your Italian and the saints. Coming out of Italy of Bain very very distressing during this pandemic rot from early on. What does that make food for you and your family in Italy? I speak with them every day and I make sure that they have everything they need. I've managed to the to do online shopping for them from Singapore to have them home. My grandmother she turned ninety seven last week. And the she's safe and sound in a healthcare facility but this is the first time in live in which he doesn't see my mom my Auntie for more than two days in a row and they edge facilities at being locked down so yeah. It's an interesting learning curve for for the family and there's also a big exercise Of Trust for the words day in the facilities Singapore has now gone into a lockdown and polar and colleagues having to move really fast to put their university courses online. She's also supporting students around the world with their projects now influx and Maija grant application processes of import on pause to then this Horon Research. You'll work as a forensic scientist into an expert on many crime scene investigations in Italy. You're now doing forensic science research here in Australia. And you shared this curious photo with me of what you describe as your babies back in the land in Perth in Western Australia. And it had me totally intrigued. What is it a fraud all? So my baby's baby Bob Nichols not people say barnacles as babies about Research I USED NICHOLS FOR CLEVELAND. Investigation when aboard US found in a in aquatic environments in the Ocean. So because bunny goes at annoying. They attach on anything that he's flogging. It is underwater and they stuck on that we can identify what they Ya. So where is the body confront? From how long the bodies in water and also the journey the talk the body from the primary campsie what was dumped in the ocean to the place where the body was found so they can be very interesting but it is not that to do this kind of research. We need to have colonies of Barnacles in in the lab so we keep having them in in Aquaria but the they eat small because Kobe algae so we had to grow the algae as well. You can now go to the supermarket and Buy Balaji and beside that. I work input on seeking to. Malaysia is whether it is the study of insects and we have colonies of flos is in as well is very difficult to keep up with them with the colonies at the moment when a when they laboratories have been shot because often of the issue that is going on. It's incredible work so you've got. These baby barnacles back in the lab in Perth. And will they die because the I guess? Barnacles barnacles one concern but there are labs all over the world with experimental animals of all shapes sizes and varieties and species from Retz to mice and onwards barnacles to that possibly going to be compromised or cold. Because of this global shutdown. I will say maybe the research would be compromised. The life of the of the animal is probably not because all the university have the ethical necessity of looking after all the animals that they have so all. The university have in place measures to look after all the animals in the different labs. I was a bit dramatic because I miss my babies. I guess when I think about my Banoco sometimes you feel like what he's the. Utd All my job in the big scheme in the big picture of things really for researchers. Like me probe's is a big wakeup call about the the importance of your search but at the same time that the world is big and many other things are important on a different scale. So I remember the first had with Bundy cars and the head. The mother of this guy that was found on the shore there was crying on this loss and I was the only personal gather information that could give a piece bring justice to this family bring closure to the victim so these another victim. He's not a cove in nineteen victim but my research he's
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Heath Williams: home workout design, injury prevention & optimising work stations
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"Today I'm GonNA tackle the question. Drain friendships had a few people from different devils loss. I'm sending some messages about What he's friendships main to me. So we're going to be Tilton. Old Thing is friendship This simple side Let me stop by by Dan. We need friendships in personal professional and family loves so we need dumb friendships. Obviously family friendships often comes through. Children all comes through Relatives When they dug pestle friends. It'll be that we've had monitored from school even as far back as kindergarten and of course you personal friends will meet along the line. And of course we have them. Professional whipped with friends with is school. Where the work is a university. Or whether your work is at the professional world We create friendships friendships on all three levels. And obviously all of us have friends from HBO lives And I WanNa tackle the concept of friendship. Another means to me Then condemn a little bit about that subject so let me stop outside. I'm the true meaning of a friendship. That is when you actually consider the other peasants wellbeing to be as valuable as Iran And that beautiful weather. Values comes upsets me. The true meaning of friendship is when neo considering the other person's wellbeing that they said mind that they ran the deadly would they? They ran personality dependent. They are is just as valuable as Iran? If you feel this way about a pessimist. I believe they're a true friend. You can't possibly consider someone a true friend if I'm They another person's wellbeing and it set Nathan values done a line and I think that sends a really good way to look at it with to decide whether someone is is a true friend Over the at a true friendship with the person is whether you genuinely care for they will bain and that you'll venues Alon and that's that's two things that are really really important to make when I'm considering whether somebody Is a true friend because a wig friend is thrown around a lot in as good friend wants it to me. This friendships in his acquaintances. And there's a Lotta tons at We have acquaintances in our lives. That we believe that friends and head until the difference. Well that's that tomase really good way to tell. The difference between a friend and an acquaintance is genuinely care for this person's wellbeing on all levels and do the values along with mine And if they do will win that some the friend to make the an acquaintance unsigned that. Let me give you a few wise at Johnson said nuts down on. How can you tell one of the questions? his head. Can you tell a fight front and I get that a lot of thought Jodi Denson nuts In in this is what I came out with to me on L. I can tell you know a friend And number one is at the front is always conditioned on something. The friendship is only conditional the friendship exists if conditions implies segler. Earning your friend if you're doing something for your friend if you there if you need that it's always conditional the best friendships are unconditional. The next one is your friend acts differently. When you're random people and I find that Somebody's acting differently not being themselves in Iran other people. Then there's been a fight friendship happening. Fake friends will speak polling. When you're not around a true friend to me we'll tell you who knows anything about you wouldn't say to. Faisal already had spoken to you about so. That's another one that I can tell effect. Friend friends will stop talking to you disagreement. Now that's conditional Point Number One when? It's unconditional if we're agreeing will not always going to agree. You have different beliefs on certain topics of coast. Venues need to align but doesn't mean you're always going to agree and if ahead telephonic friend is that they stopped talking when you not agreeing with them because it's okay to disagree It's actually healthy to disagree and help each other grow. As you learn and discuss things you density will agree with on the next one. Is that fight trends disappear when someone more interesting shows up this common? You'll say the specially them in gatherings enough saying this in the school scenario Whether it's social outings of Saint Missing Sporting clubs is that dumb piplo token to you rita. They talk to you the having fun the hanging out with you and then someone will interesting. The high status up. I'm all of a sudden Betcha so that's that's another jotted down is very interesting In a good way to affect friend is number. Six Site Friends Watson to want something from you In Norway spoke about is someone want to take and and the friendships? That are all about give-and-take. They did help you when you needed. You'll there to help them a nine needed and so it's all about giving saving however Into want something because when they need something the token to you and they want something said something to be aware of the number seven. I'm still hanging out with you if you say not died assists that boundaries Foot down That Tad bell sort of distance themselves from you so this is another really good way to see his girlfriend in his not at number. I like friends have tried to help you achieve your goals. So they're not there to help you up. I wish that that you've got a certain yourself with gripe table and you're going to certain people that help you achieve what you want to be entertained. You gotta be there to help them. Achieve by to ban this as part of the give and take steps to see a patent here where it all becomes a one-sided said you know the great way and the way to tell us son perfect friend is if it's all one sided if it's all about them said number nine the bring you down and this happens a lot. I talk to people in. Am they settled the person's my friend but when actually breakdown while people side a good way to do this if you're not sure this is ever conversation somebody in your dental the negatives panel the negative things that say about you in compensation and if there's nothing but there's a good weather. Vicenza notified friend. If there's lots well you know because tight friends. WanNa bring you down good friends WanNa put you on a pedestal. So something to really be aware of Another one is affect fron. Segial needs a month's as a nuisance so when you need something well once I make from someone they see you as a hindrance at they put up by That happens a lot when people say well. I've always been that help somebody but when I asked them for help that it's like I'm putting the map so it's something that you really need to look at and the final one number eleven to me Trends done accept you for who you are you know. Acceptance is a very very big pie of friendship and if people are accepting who you are than a good chance that actually not a friend And something needs to really be aware of because you again. It's all about being there for the good times. Insulin Also for the difficult times and that's why I say life is a journey and down to experience moments. So love is a journey and lock is measured in moments true friendships. Let's sit there will bet Engaging in mutual interests and also Sharing values says if somebody's a true friend that it because I really believe in your well being and they shared values. And if that's the case then you'll say that eleven things are covered on site friendships What happened so I'm a little bit of attempt like the To save somebody is is a true friend. Now why do we really need friends? And that was one of the questions that come through well. Friends are important on that. There's been studies shown that friendship's important because of the feeling a good friend can bring you. It's been proven that ventured success in life. Expectancy that Lois. Chances of have the seasons down friendships is all about being connected. Feeling emotionally engaged. Feeling valued You know having a sense of of Togetherness in earnest ship that somebody actually value in case for your well being and this is something that's been scientifically proven that friendship ignites the part of the Bryan. That makes us feel good. You know when you're having a positive friendship and having a positive moment you'll Brian Rex. Completely different to when things are going wrong with friends. And obviously you know we translate this into moods In a mood to genuinely affected by what's happening in their lives. And that's what's important great friends or manager and it's not the amount of friends you have It's the quality of friendships that you have. It's the depth of the friendship. You have so what's with friendships going date not wide It really amazes me. People talk about how many friends have but rather than the death of the relationship. So you know that to me sums up friendship and more Important but when you're looking at friends remember it's not about the the amount of friends that the debt in the quality of the relationship. Could People WanNa bring that your best and you bring in the best of other people you've been listening to fill the Bella and this is Flash Casper. Pd until next time you go and be the best she can be in. Surround yourself with amazing people that care and help you do the best you can
Bitcoin Lifts, I hope You Do Too
"Get everybody. Welcome to try. To Co kept podcast. This show gives you a good start to die as we go through this time together spending with what's going on that day in the markets to dye. Well let me speak to the fact that mocked up. Let me speak to the fact that we did see a bit of bounce inequities as well now. I don't know why I really don't understand why they went up It's quite interesting. Actually spoke to him on Bain in equities and you know in banking and whatnot. His whole life. I spoke to him yesterday and he said talking about. We're talking about you. Know the the reaction. This corona viruses sent markets falling as a right of not. Obviously know that it's It's a pretty heavy pool by and from the height of low. Let me tell you right now. Steady percent from the high slot study presented. I forget the last year say event the laws major event in markets. We did see fifty five percent folks. So we've been. Will we have been here before As far as you know destruction markets tanking all that sort of stuff brought. But I can tell you back in the jet. Say I'm looking at the weekly candles raw now. The largest wake. Ken was eighteen point two percent. That was a close down. Eighteen point two percent now we as much. We haven't had a close bigger than that on. A weekly has bounced back. We we certainly had Light Lost Weight for example at the lowes mood and thirteen or fourteen percent. Is this just getting started? I I I'M NOT GONNA to say further declines my guess would be yes as well grapples with something that way in our lifetime have not had to go through before this. Mir is is a bit of a World War. Two top then. It's so uncertain. We don't know what's GONNA come next. We don't know how bad this is going to get. We I know this is it. We didn't get a lot of six months twelve months and has it been processed into the market will always say no I would. I would honestly in my view. This is just an opinion right in my view. I don't think so I think after having let's be honest I Running markets lost. What eleven years? Twelve years from the low of two thousand nine other. We saw through the running back to where we've gone to. That's eleven twelve years guys. Eleven twelve years. That's a local Levin. That's a long time for market to go up now. A nascent. Rinse off some of this solve. What's been going on? We do tend to have a significant event. Used to be every seven years. That was a soccer period Now Issing lost a lot longer. So yeah we're sing. We sing something. Go on a front of us. That he's a part of history. I I am a student. The markets and I am very interested to see where this goes from here. But one thing I will say this United Qaeda guys and girls and ladies and Gentlemen If you haven't autobahns baked somebody It's like to not be okay. There's a lot of anxiety out there. There's a lot of stress. There's a lot of uncertainty yet. We have a job in a wig. Will you will you still pay rent? We used to pay your mortgage law. That stuff in the air right now is this. You're not the only one we are in this together. This is on an individual human being This is an issue. The world faces together and as long as we work together as long as we talked together as long as we share. What going through and when we are struggling we seek out help from my friends. Our families even random person. I think we're GONNA be be just fine and we'll get through this message to our thing. Let's just do the right things? Let's talk about the top ten right now whereas Bitcoin Meghan fifty four twenty eight yet. We are above five thousand run now by percent the theory one. I chain how to nineteen dollars and nineteen cents up six point three eight percent pay currently at fifteen cents up six point one five percent. Bitcoin cash is also moved today. It's one hundred so it's at one hundred ninety six dollars and thirty five cents. It's percent percent right now. Bis V is up ten percent One of the top performers in the top ten. It's up at one hundred. Twenty two thousand sixty nine cents coins up fought to settle four point seven percent now. Thirty foot all seventy nine cents. It's actually performed very well today. Like an interesting. I don't know why but it is his buddies a too on the nose up. Five Point Eight. Five percent bond has the big mover. The top ten moving up eleven point two percent sitting at Tindall's and forty seven cents cod
Hellboy talk with Tim
"Are seeing more of change. I think in response to books like Hell Boyer Black Hammer. Where because there is a firm time line and things are happening characters have to react to the things that are happening even if they don't have full context for what's happening so that's what you like about hell boy be. Pr General. Think helpful like you said Houston's Gone Yeah Houston's gone what are you GonNa do hell boy died? What are we going to do? And that's another thing stopped me please. If I'm going off the rails in the world of hell boy. Bpd WHAT HAVE YOU? Death is final unless it isn't and what I mean by that is when like okay but speculate for just a second over. I'm going to spoil recent events in Batman that's okay. I'll put spoiler at the beginning. The Alfred was killed by Bain in Batman a couple months ago Alfred. Dying is a huge deal. It's a very good story. I'll be really hard pressed to say in five years. We're not going to have comics with Alfred. M I think we'll see Alfred Comeback in the hell boy world if there was a a character analogous to Alfred. If he died he'd be dead. There's only been three characters I can think of who haven't stayed dead One of them is Huma Hunky list which is hard work as say I can read it forever. A monkey lists named Roger. Who's liveability is questionable? At best the other two and I could be wrong as well like I'm not concrete giving you information but This based off the best of my recollection the the other two characters would be Rasputin. Who is the main villain and Hell boy himself and when hell boy is brought back it's not his choice. There was There was a thing that I want to say. Scott Allie who was an editor and a writer on BP said is If he said death is final and things will break and if things are repaired they will still remain broken. So if you like break glass table you can put that glass table back together. It's not going to be as strong as it was. And that's kind of a tenant and B P R D if we're gonNA break it we can put it back together but it's not gonna be the same as a storyteller in a fan of of character the way hell boy and it's related books handle stakes is so it's so unlike anything else you're gonNA find in modern pop culture and he loves. Mike loves the supernatural world. Because I hadn't read hell boy before but I read Joe Gholam which is one of my aches works and it has a very supernatural tinder taste to it for lack of a better word but he really loves that supernatural world when I was reading up about how he came up with hell boy and the Supernatural. In general he started. Reading Brahms stroker's Dracula and just got sucked into the all. The supernatural world and missed. Go along with that and even see that. In Gotham by gaslight. Yeah I think that's where he got a lot of this inspiration because like you said. Eprdf just kind of a supernatural monster story arc on each in how he tries to solve this mystery so to speak. But I really like those like you said the BP because they're short. In general. At least the ones I read are fairly short. They're kind of wins a call because they take place in the past share. Well it's it's interesting because Mike men ULA has trusted so many people with his world. Geoff Johns has written for PR. D- we've got Chris. Roberson does a lot of stuff Scott. Allie Gabriel Bah and Fabio Moon. Who ARE TWINS? They've done some work on a book called. B P R D vampire. Let's just phenomenal. It's so good Abe Sapien had his own series for awhile and there were another set of twins that were working on the art in that and their names escape me off hand but pitch perfect. They're wonderful the those twin they're now working on Lucifer for DC like the the Black Label Sandman books but It's just so good There's a horror comic called Herro county that's written by. Cullen Bunn the art and that is done by Tyler Crook and there was a tiny little bit of animosity because Tyler Crook was the second main artists on E. P. R. D. And when he went over to do Harrow County kind of left He left the crew in a bit of a bind and everybody was a little upset but also he's doing the work of his career on. Harrow. County That's how we got Lawrence Campbell as the main artist on be prd through throughout the run of like hell boy traditionally the art in that is either Mike Minneola or Mike. Minneola esque yes. There's a there's a very good so pretty still pretty rough so to speak but it I think it fits in his universe. Yeah it absolutely does. If we're not getting Mike Manolo. We're getting somebody like Dunkin for Griego who has a very manolas style over. Mvp what we got was a completely different visual. Take and we had guy. Davis was the main artist for play frogs. Hell on earth. We saw Tyler Crook and then going into the devil you know we had Lawrence Campbell. And they bright. They brought a very interesting like real world. Visual take on what Mike Minneola drew as more than esoteric stylized monster world and just like injected it with like this fierce ground level realistic take in it so to to see how Lake Dunkin for draws Abe sapien versus how Mike Minneola draws EP and versus. How Tyler Crook Draws Abe sapien versus? It's so it should not narrative Lee speaking work. It shouldn't do it Michael did a whole issue of of that. We have a painted issues that are done by just masters of their art. And it's it's so wonderful and and just the fact that you can have these visual styles who divorced from divorce from the words divorce from the writing you would never know that just because this character looks a little more cheesy in. This character. Looks a little more realistic. There is no. There's no what if in the hell boy universe whenever you read a story As far as the comics the short stories are a little different. There's pros and all that but we're talking about the comics there's not Lak- what if Abe Sapien was fighting in World War. Two like it's there's none of that every everything you read actually happens To those characters in the world of hell boy and having such unique creative voices all working in tandem to tell this one epic it should not by any right work and if it does work it should not work nearly as well as this does and it is so much fun it does. It's a fun a fun book. Speaking of you talked about Abe Sapien. What is your favorite character from hell boy? Do you bomb or is it a cop out answer cop out answer and then maybe might cop out. Answer is Every every major comic book company I believe has a trinity of some kind so. Dc Has Batman. Wonder Woman Superman Marvel's got Captain America. Thor and iron man You could argue. That image has spawned in which blade and someone else that I can't think of offhand For Hell boy it's definitely you've got an expansive universe of characters but it comes down to Abe Liz in hell boy and if I get one of those three I'm going to have a good time and be in for completely different reasons there so three very different characters In the in the Gemmell del Toro movies. They had a romance between. Liz and hell boy does not exist in the comics. That's not a thing If anything Liz and Abe kind of have an unspoken thing that nobody ever acts on and that's kind of cool because you've got fire and water and that's like a neat neat thing like that. Yeah it's really fun. But if you were like gun to my head me pick a character man. It's GonNa be a tie between it's GonNa be a tie between Captain Daimyo from be PRD. Who is in the newest? Hell boy movie. He's the the wear Jaguar. I love him or Johann Johann Krauss whose an echo plasma ghost in a in a sealed suit don't make can't choose between those two a close honorable mention would be roger but I can live without roger it's fine but But no I love and that goes to the military guy in me I love. Diageo is a traditional military guy and he is just he's hired basically to militarize the PRD and get them to work as a cohesive unit and he just comes in and he's like all right. Look I'm done I'm done like I cannot handle. Whatever it is you guys are doing. I need you all. Just cut your drama. And let's do this. And he just has no time for any of the. He's he's not ignorant to the fact that he's working with monsters he's he gets to the point where he's like. I don't care that you're monsters. We have work to do. And I absolutely love that. And then Johann who was voiced by Seth McFarland and the second held boy movie the The Golden Army In the comics he is so flawed that he is. He's the most fun to read. Because you you just like him you just like him and he makes some really dumb stupid mistakes but they're mistakes that you could see yourself making and you see some emphasis me speaking of myself when I say you but I see so much of myself in him that when he makes a mistake. I'm like own own. No real world content is one hundred percent what I would do and we would all be in so much trouble So I absolutely adore the dichotomy of those two and they don't get a wall but No it's my it's A. It's a complete cop-out I answered it twice with no actual answer. That's okay. I like the fact that like you said it is kind of whimsical. Boys Got A. Would you say it dry sense of humor? I would say Ri- I think is is not so much dry it's like. He knows he knows what he's just so he's just kind of he's perpetually forty and he could you imagine being being against. I'm in my late thirties. Man If you just I would be unstoppable if I had energy and I see hell boy as just perpetually old enough to know better young enough to not care and he kind of can get away with
How Dreams Kicks Off PS4's Exciting 2020
"My name. Of course Johnson. Norman I'm joined by Lucy O'Brien as well as from media molecule abby. Happy and Trevan Ready. Thank you so much both for joining us. Of course we're here in the week of dreams is launch. It's finally here. It's after pretty lengthy but very exciting early access period coming into the launch. And I think just to start things off of how are you both in house. The studio feeling dreams as much. How is that and I mean we? I feel good yeah. I'm armie law. It's being that early. Access is being was the first of the access we ever have done. And the Ho- phase itself has Bain nine. We've learned loads just seen so much and it's like getting to the stage where we're actually opening it up to brought a new audience with which really hard it fixing loads of the bugs adding new features and so yeah. It feels a little bit like that moment the night before so few it is Super Proud of the community and the team everything that they've done but yeah it's it's it's exciting the community in particular like we we add. We've talked about it. In previous beyond episodes right she's slightly obsessed with the dreams community primarily because you know video game communities these aunt always known for being the most positive spaces and believe it or not you first and the dreams community is sore positive and is creating such incredible stuff and I I just I mean. Has that helped you from day. One just that that spirit that that community is head. Yeah I mean. Of course it's it's it's such a I mean it just today what we I mean it. Just last week we can break the fourth wall. Yeah but the the community did this amazing thing where everybody just made videos for us telling us what dreams meant them and it was like I woke up. I cried a lot of For watching every single one of them and and looking at the response on twitter but it was just it just you know it was a community member gentleman Tom and Dori who organized nice to it and it's just like it's amazing. That kind of stuff is like gives you what you need to keep going and doing things because this isn't just you know a a launch. It's like we. We have so many other things coming dreams and we have so much support that we keep planning keep the wiki planning to give it and you know to get that kind of a response back because because like incredibly heartening and I think it's easy to sort of forget like when your heads down and you're working hard who you're doing it for and our community never let us do route. which is amazing was there? I saw those What dreams mean to me videos? I assume was that a surprise to the. Yeah that's what I saw. Aw Did yeah yeah we did things like say project. Genesis made a trailer the other day which was just as brilliant trailer and same thing shot but then this morning it was just like Abbie was like you're not gonNa make it through through a minute. Yeah Good Luck Yeah. Yeah it's a after the team. The team on twitter have been ACA. I feel so far. We are far away from them right now but like I'm so happy for them that all of the work that we've put in they get to experience this kind of response on so big. Thank you to gorgeous community but yeah that's it it's been really lovely and it's kind of been like that since day. One really Beta and prior to that with hatch. Let's talk to us about like the length of time. Dreams is taken and make a lot of these people being with us on that journey and have just cheated US along so it's kind of felt like the media molecule pule. Drains team is much larger than most of us in the studio because it should have been on it with us. Yeah Yeah it's it's it's cool. I have a question turn on that. She won't because I remember when I was still living in sitting and do you remember I remember. This was so many years ago. Or so when I host thing Eh bar I think it was. It was in Sydney's I and it was like when dreams was it was is it was a reality but it was still it was early days. Yeah so we were talking about it still very conceptually. There wasn't a huge amount of light. This is exactly exactly what it is. This is what it looks like this play. It was still very much like this is what we want to make. And this is where our heads are at. And this is what our ideas and dreams Sort of looking you know so close to launch is it is it. What you envision back then? The final product talks has it. I mean I can only imagine. It's changed dramatically from what you imagined. It's that plus so much more. Aw I think the thing that we were talking about back then was we. Were showing snippets of Gameplay of characters wondering around scenes We had like Maya was also with me and she was demonstrating sculpting and kind of showing the versatility of that. And the puppets. So that phase. Yeah you're right. It was still the point where we hadn't had the eclipse the thing I call the eclipses like this moment hand waving and talking is eclipsed by what you actually see on the screen and what you can experience and when I think that you know we got to the point where the tools were doing everything we could see stuff from the internal team in the crater Alpha but it really was the access where that where I think ought be. Oh a real sense that all that stuff we'd spoken about in Jillions of meetings way back when about flow state and performance and creativity and ballet and like all these like just had lots of conversations about how do you create tools allow people to put their style up onto the screen and suit of genre. Ben See not kind of just in one place and if I think about those conversations to now too early access like it's amazing. It's the PASTA DREAMS THAT IS A. I'm you know I think an amazing place debate. You know like every we see everything from the Polish games all the way through to the fringe see stuff and even beyond that. So it's like it's it's like so awesomely emotional dream Surf Jeff. Just so we do a lot of South Dakota so being between all the game with that early access period. was there anything in particular because obviously you were putting up these tools for the first time in letting that community on master to finally get their hands on. was there anything in particular or a few things that really stuck out to you to your development that surprised you that the community was doing with these tools. Like there's yeah of course I mean the short answer is of course I mean long answers. There's just so many things and so many people that I could highlight like the people who use it and really different ways. Tannock alloys always always really interesting because he takes sort of I call them sort of like the magician of dreams because he relies on these tricks with a camera and other stuff to you know sort of make dreams do things like make you know balls roll from one end of the screen to the other when you move it or he made like a pool table that when he turned his TV. Flat and Rena Yeah like he's just made like really clever. Yeah he made a violin with the with the Dias and so you know people using it and really in creative ways like that. I think is always surprising. There's a few people who took the tools Robots who did the gate like that was something we looked at when like I. Don't oh how that's
"bain" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"bain" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz
"That is the latest today, Bain capital among the most active with respect to raising money, successfully in deploying, it, joining us, you're so lucky to have Jonathan Levin co managing partner of Bain capital normally based in Boston. But gracing us with his presence here in our Bloomberg interactive brokers studios Jonathan your firm overseas so much of this debt. Eighty five billion dollars in assets under management, are you concerned about the amount of money being raised given the fact that there really aren't that many assets to buy will? I think you have to think about the world more globally. I ten. Years ago. If somebody were to ask us about the market or to ask us about credit. They would really be asking about the US buyout business and the US credit business in really, we actually manage one hundred and eight billion dollars of which forty one billion is in credit, but that credit is senior and junior it's over. It's it's in Europe US Asia, Australia and the credit asset class has become quite nuanced in terms of the types of risk, you can take the types of liquidity, you can take in the geographies you participate in and those are not as correllated as they were ten years ago when the story was whatever happens in US, high yield was the entire story. So Jonathan worked or ten plus years in to this economic cycle. You're the chief, I guess. I guess, you know, chief credit investment officer, you need to really think about the quality of the credit wear investment, when you think about the credit quality and deals. You're seeing now. How's it looking? So I think that the degree of difficulty has gone up. There's clearly larger use of pro forma 's, but I've made it clear that not all pro forma 's are, are good or bad performance. What are you talking about forecast by the company forecast adjustments in earnings, almost always for the positive? Okay. So I have yet to see one where somebody said, our numbers are going to be worse in the future than they are today. And they really take three types. They take tangible. Upside to earning that you can achieve in quantify, there's things that are dependent on growth, and then there's things that I would call a highly ambitious market top type of behavior, so consolidating factories, clearly, quantifiable, a software company that's growing quickly. You can't take last year's earnings in just grow. You know, run it out because there is some obvious growth things like pro forma future revenue synergies. I don't even know what that is. But I have seen that, in a pro forma you, you don't you don't take that because there is some margin of safety in there. And if you take every possible thing that can happen to the company, and then the sponsor pays for that in their purchase price. And then you borrow against that your margin of safety if the economy slows down has gone away. So one thing that people have said, is that private equity sponsors of which bane counts itself among them, I know that, that's not necessarily your day to day focus as much. As perhaps, the credit investments that their sponsorship has led to a deterioration the credit quality of some of the credit, particularly the bonds and loans that companies are issuing. Do you find that from the credit investor standpoint? I think that it is very much industry specific company specific and sponsor specific sponsors like us have one hundred people who go in and work with companies and really only invest in companies, where we can add value in help change the answer versus other types of investors who may be participating in the upside beta of the market and at this stage in in any cycle. The marginal deal is probably not the best deal that does not mean that all the deals being done are troublesome. All the deals being done are, are bad. You just need to make sure that you're investing in areas that can wheth-. Recycle because I'm not saying, whether there will willow will not, but it certainly more likely than it would have been ten years ago to you wanna make sure that you're in industries in business models that are sustainable, and three you wanna make sure that you have a capital structure that can weather restore so which, which industries are sustainable in the next cycle, and which aren't well, it's interesting. It used to be that technology with something. Everybody was scared of and technology, everybody viewed as vaporware or internet concepts like from one when the bubble happened in really, when you think about technology. There's lots of different types of technology as a lender, software businesses that are subscription businesses. Really, good razor and razor blade types of technology businesses really good. What you have to watch out for is where people are taking equity risk with debt business models that have to reinvent themselves, where there massive amounts of capital expenditures, that are required. And you have to refresh the product on a very short life cycle, tesla. I don't know. I don't know go ahead. All no such out of it. I mean, what are the issues geopolitical risks? And there was always a part of the credit checklist, you have to deal with. But it just seems like maybe in the last couple of years, geopolitical risk, whether it's trade tensions with China or European risks with Brexit. How you've how are the folks at Bain factory that into your credit analysis? So I think there's two things. One is the requirement for imagination almost exceeds the requirement for analysis because the sort of standard bell curve of what economic policy trade policy international treaties, look like has gone out the window, and therefore outcomes. I mean, if I'm sure you remember, you know early on people were like there is no way Brexit will pass and that was the operating assumption. And then once bragged is Brexit past the markets cratered for a half hour and then bounce back because they're like, well, it'll won't get implemented, and it hasn't been implemented. So what we try to do is think of a an array of outcomes, and test, our hypothesis against that. And obviously, you can't protect against every downside, but certainly being more broadly, being more broadly. Analytical about tariffs trade wars. Immigration, things like that are just a new requirement. So just in, in about thirty seconds which areas in the world, do you, see, as the potentially most fruitful when it comes to distrust at opportunities so over the last several years, eighty percent of our investing has actually taken place globally outside the United States, the, the ways that different economies worked through the crisis has resulted in very different opportunities. And we've spent a lot of time, working on non-performing loan portfolios coming out of European banks, which are still in need of capital and the Asian capital markets, which, as I said earlier, about technology. It's not a thing. It's a lot of things provide a lot of diversity. Whether it's distressed debt in, in India NPL's in China or private lending in Australia. Right. Johnson levine. Thank you so much that we have to leave it there. We're going to definitely get you back in the studio. Next time you're in New York. We understand happens often Jonathan LeVine, managing partner in credit, chief investment officer at Bain capital talking to us about the private equity world in, in the credit.
"bain" Discussed on The Viall Files
"He's like what good for me? Good for me. I'm you know, she's hashtag feminism. You know? Shirt. I love intelligent women. I actually think it's cool that she's smart. I don't think it's a reflection on women though. I don't think that I don't think that suggests that women aren't I think the speaks how shallow men are times. Because at this came up when I do point out. I like telling women that's not suggesting that most women aren't there are stupid people. Yeah. People are done. People are smart met, right? Yeah. There's not. There's yeah. I don't know why it does bother me when you say that. But I can't figure out why when he says what that he likes? Intelligent, women bothers intelligent women and add feel unaffected by that statement. I can see like to me insinuate says it's hard to find. No, no. I mean compatible people are hard to find. If I were to say, I only like hot people in my implying that there's a lot of ugly people. It implies I'm not saying that people don't have a chance. Starting their feeling also like growing up for me like, yeah. Attracted to attract people, I guess, but I do know that like I have unique tastes. I know. I have dated women where everyone I guess generally thinks oh that's a good looking person. But I have data women that I physically in this like, she's such a Bain and my guy friends figured, she's not my type, right? Like that happens all the time. I mean, that's just personal preferences. Yeah. I don't care what other people think as long as I'm super into that person. But yeah, I don't think there's smart and dumb people all the time..
"bain" Discussed on The Fifth Column
"She's not left enough this stuff when she was a, and blah, blah, blah, every single one of them every single person is going to go through his Cory Booker. If he announced he's going to run Bain capital having their apology to it preemptive apology tour, you know, my abide, and of course, again roasted by a gun greet well today for his support for the crime Bill. I mean, everybody is all right there could laris, but it's everybody is now is have is running sprinting. And by the way, they're going to realize pretty soon that the American people don't like this their own coalition does getting through the primary all of the things that you accuse Republicans over the past which is true. You know, oh, you're going to be super right wing to get to get through the primary. And then the American people aren't this is Democrats going to find out the same thing is true the left because everyone's sprinting towards the left in everyone. The talk about. Polarization, and then we have the Trump over here. The people that think comma Harris is fucking the daughter of Barry Goldwater over here. And then there's other people in the middle. Like what the fuck just happened everyone go this party was going pretty good. And then everyone just ran out the windows and the polarization that you see online that's driving all this. Nobody else in the culture cares about this stuff. Nobody nobody cared. I care about Kamal heiresses record. And I definitely want to prevent from. But no. But I mean crowding nominee the thing is just to the wrecking this seeps into the culture from Twitter and stuff the fucking. Everyone's like, why are we talking about seventy playing a fucking drum? I mean, I said tonight, but I'm talking about it. We're all funding Johnny about butter. Yeah. Just because the only thing we do. Now, you don't talk about policy. We don't talk about what smart we don't make political prognostications about what's going to happen in elections or in Venezuela, or in Brexit, whatever we are just hounding people with bad ideas. That's what politics is. Become that kid is fifteen. He's going to bat ideas going to bad hat on. He's he's a fucking Kentucky. Who cares? There are people all around the world of bad ideas. I see Daily Mail is great at this somebody drives through drive thru. I'm just making this up trying to drawn shoe in the middle of like fucking Sheboygan and somebody gets a drink wrong. And he's like, you're a fag or whatever, and it's the cover the Daily Mail. It's like. It's like a picture of the guy follow up, you can fire from his job think get do people that have bad ideas. So are we going to do a story, but everybody is talking about like, Orwellian surveillance culture? Literally, you lose your mind, and you go nuts about something. And then you're what was the codewords there Camille like a concerned. Becky, you're one of the fucking Becky I love the one in park slope this woman who's like tell to get out from under her vestibule because raining, and there's like white Becky, you're below turns out she's Puerto Rican in mentally ill. Told you that because that's what it looked like in the fucking video. And we're gonna go around sniffing out these people until they make their mistakes and public, and I'll tell you what everybody I know everybody. I know who is not somebody who lives by woke nece and everything has to be woke. And they way it like this. I would just say that we're shouldn't say that phrase everybody else is fucking terrified because they might say the wrong thing. And you know, whether it's the weatherman we have to now or what have guys that local news guy's king's up two of them. Right. The kid who did the Jeremy Lin headline for ESPN who's down the priesthood can dreams of journalism turned into dreams of asceticism..
"bain" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Am Hillary chevelle here with Kevin Frank morning meeting here, on Boston. Herald radio. We've got Divall Patrick talking about all sorts of different things obviously on state of the union. Which, is a big national. Attention because he potentially could be running for, president in twenty twenty first let's listen to him. Talk a little bit about this fund launch which would be probably the, way he'd. Raise money And and his work at Bain capital if we could all listen to cut four I'm having a terrific. Time in in this fun that we that we we live it's a fund that invests in companies in order to drive social. And environmental impact was part of this impact investing. Industry or trend one of my partners describes it as describes impact investing as the laboratory where capitalist work. To reform capitalism and I think we're doing a, lot of good aggregate trying to discern demonstrate that you don't have to trade return for impact and I think we're off to. A terrific start now I know when Mitt Romney was attacked for his association with. With, Bain capital in two thousand, twelve I know you didn't personally criticize pain back then but given the way the way that the, Democratic Party went after. Being during that race and the way that, Hillary Clinton faced so much criticism from the lab For her speeches to Goldman Sachs in two thousand sixteen did you have any reservations at all about joining, Bain after leaving the governor's mansion No first of all we don't have a mansion but thank you It's a metaphor I know Not. A metaphor Excuse, me many many longtime, friends at. Bain capital people I know to be highly on oval folks and Mitt Romney hasn't been. There for decades Decades now I am I describe myself as a capitalist I'm not a market fundamentalist I don't think markets solve. Every problem just the right way but I do believe, in oportunity I think I think we need an economy that is expanding and expanding out. So it reaches people on the margins not just up so it's it's good. For people who already have wealth and have an just want more and I think there's a right way. And a, wrong, way, to do that and, I think. The impact investing is incredibly interesting and exciting way to participate in in in growth capitalism So no I don't I don't I don't buy that So by. The way I'm course I'm no longer interested at all and his answer. About Bain. Attacker because it's Blake just get it right I don't I did that once in a like a month after I moved here in a statement for the press in my name or something out there, about about respond to a Romney debate presidents all boy. I said,.
"bain" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Way this is not the first this i was working clear channel when this when when bain capital took them over we were i was doing the morning show on k p o j one of the clear channel stations here in portland in addition to this show is doing six hours of radio day and bain capital buys them and we we had a vibrant five station pod know the clear channel had built and over thirty employees people working they're good people good paying jobs we were unionized and bain comes in boom the unions gone broom out of those thirty people in about half of them were fired in the first year the newsroom used to have thirteen fourteen people in it was down to one guy when i left as i recall and then of course you know i mean they had to do that they had to do all these cuts clear channel did because they had to pay the debt that bain had saddled them with bean block clear channel and then they said clear channel you pay the bill we at the ownership and in the end they couldn't do it they went bankrupt changed the name iheartmedia they're just now emerging from bankruptcy i mean this you know it's got saw this in my own life right i knew these people who got laid off whether i remember one guy who was who did voice over stuff and commercials and things the great voice but he was in his late middle fifties and when he got laid off from a good job at clear channel we kept in touch for probably six months a year just catch up an email every now and then and of course he was hoping i could help them find another job in media he never did nobody wants to hire guy in his fifties and if they do they're gonna pay seven fifty an hour or whatever the minimum wages here in oregon route ten bucks now but my point so this is how they do this this is how they screw us and toys r us was a profitable company and had it not had to pay for bain capital's debt there would still be thirty three thousand americans.
"bain" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Drink hours try could walk that line the cleanest blood around to the court has to contest that fine it was a lady used to be a friend of mine q catty win straight stop this cold all the time there to be no jobs that don't wanna run your blood the lab and they drain it in the tub stunk a spike in two ma bain osama blood wine cleanest blood around still they found guilty candy when you sleep when you're away real you'll say to get away not when you god if you're biased i'm going back i'm gonna change the all going back to i'm gonna change my way the value guilty all the same.
"bain" Discussed on Wall Street Oasis
"Hello i'm alex guard nick you're listening to the wall street awareness podcast today a bain consultant turn podcast her we've got a great conversation with pete from the how to be awesome at your job podcast now i know that name doesn't really tell you anything about what is podcast covers so i guess you're going to have to listen to the episode to find out we don't talk about consulting enough on this podcast today pete makes it sound very cool just a reminder whilst you know acis has a management consulting interview course that will prepare you for those killer interview questions check it out and now without further ado pete welcome to the podcast alex thank you it's so fun to be here yes so you also have a podcast it's called how to be awesome at your job and so we are going to go deep into the actionable insights that you've taken away from having almost three hundred episodes congratulations of talking with brilliant leaders on how to be awesome at your job oh thank you well i i love excellent site so this should be fun yeah but before we do that we have to touch on the beginning you started off your career at bain i'd love to hear about that oh sure yes you know it's interesting i was i was a weird kid in college if day one i was determined inbound to go to a top strategy consulting firm i remember as even a little bit of.
"bain" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program
"Bain or so we'll heroes right or villabhai anyone who talks laying go ahead i'll definitely bayne because he hits really hard as you can see now shop harmful offering a i was born in it but uh oh what we call them all day we are definitely bane of bruce wayne obviously atl at you yeah insights not without the so you're not an american i gave i think without the sooner he can whips intel man can i give you can i give you my answer yes jason born jason born the omani four those automobile is he base ovalles told oh ono kayla movies movies is moving i'm talking the movie some saarc all i think i think if you go i've androw what what drago in interesting choice where he's i bow bowel i mean he crumbled bala that certainly as for the plot though they have to let him win now what happened the drago the really shameful actors in that one are all of his countrymen drago is this unstoppable machine he he dispatches american hero caridi kills kills him in the ring is he do you know retired for a decade at least creatures up for you know for a little show you know little fast vision the little exhibition drago shows up with nasty intent in murders i'll manslaughter at least takes them out and now he's a hero back in russia but he's a product to the state that's the thing it's not creek creeds zone a bad guy russia created creed they put they pump out drago rubbings are drago they they they created him they you know he was bred to in a programme you know the backstory to this but he right but still sweetdream tomatoes bow boat nuts right now bow yet while he has highend always taken this these taken the spike and he's doing all the stuff meantime balbo's often the snow he's running up mountains without any without any repelling on mongolia lengths he has eat enough aiming to climb amount accept his bare midst but he gets to the top of that mountain you know that says the balbo i'm taking you out next drago then halfway through the fight in russia in moscow and that though oh bellboy hit him once.
"bain" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"bain" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"Bain well and bain wien perry was done kuhn me the the myths then from way that a bad him being i am the new calm being the stan way saying a day in vain may man butler name the aim man then they have it added the no no the may once again and saying radd may oh me does the day wait saying so may man come on man the way in oh no gummer them name yeah the way power them name man me gerald the laura ingraham show none of you oh boy yeah common them me go another dean the.
"bain" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"bain" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Two david bain may be in june two through whoa the old boom no word on you guys gas from beauty system pisses thought no no no by whom ooh oh no the.
"bain" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"bain" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Bain wien la la kuhn me the them this man from way that a bad name in being i am call being i'll be then way thing saying day may lin one governor now made ray date man bonner may go ahead oh no no leaving me once again and saying that may oh me.
"bain" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"It's going to happen we just don't know win and that's why i have always from last almost thirty years now been pitching this idea of segmenting your portfolio's it's really nothing more sophisticated than asset allocation but when you see it in the form of segmented buckets if you will it's way easier to manipulate for example if the market crashes and that's a segmented portfolio it's not all amalgamated with everything else that you having leave that alone reinvesting all of the dividends and taking advantage of what we called dollarcost averaging and if you need money to spend you can go to a different segmented portfolio that's not volatile as opposed to oh you know taking a systematic withdrawal which means you would be liquidating from accounts that have declined twenty thirty forty fifty percent remember these are shares you sell the shares you'd never get that money back but if the shares just go down for a while and come back up is still have that many shares and if you're reinvest dividends yet even more shares was pretty simple isn't it so that and that's why i've got a problem with this but when i read the headline biggest crash ever is coming by 2020 and it comes from all harvard economist who's father worked and i think three presidential administrations as an economist who has been successful in predicting some things correctly and some things incorrectly i at least wanted to read what it's all about so harry dent is said harvard trained formerly bain capital really smart guy keep in mind i've talked about this before smart people don't necessarily make you rich in fact many time sms smart people will make you poor if you listen to them uh there's a whole lot of dumb people that have gotten very very rich an and there's a whole bunch a lucky people bitcoin comes to mind that have gotten exceptionally rich dent they said here rather than his interview with think adviser updated a week or so ago dennis seeing signs of a market top but at the hasn't yet been proven here's what they sad brace yourself for the most devastating market crash ever in the greatest political and economic revolution since the advent of democracy that's the dire alert from the colorful if you will harry s dent junior dent by the way uses demographic cycles to forecast the economy and.