20 Burst results for "Ben Burtt"
Defining Healthy Relationships
"So let's talk about the finding a healthy relationship now. When I wrote the title for this I was thinking. Wow that could go just about any place depending on where you are in your world depending on who you're dealing with depending on what your mindset is you could've seen that a thousand different ways that well okay. I can't quite figure out what every possible ways going to be. So that'll do. That'll do to finding a healthy relation Oldham. And that's what we want because the quality of your life is going to come down and be defined by really the The results are what you have in your relationships who you know who you spend your time with whether it be the boss or or spouse or friend or your neighbor next door depending where you live you may have a neighbor. That's really not making your life. Great right so relationships are in fact everything and people say well you know what I have a good relationship with my dog. That's okay was mark Twain. Who said that the more I get to know my dog the more I don't like people. He was pretty close to write about that. But you know what I find personally yourself when you align your personal values who you are on the inside when you your values with folks who have like values. You tend to have really good relationships. It's when you start bumping into folks who don't go frankly just believe in the things you believe in and you try to make it happen that it gets kinda rocky cannot possible but kinda rocky so we definitely wanted to find those relationships now whether it's personal it's professional or or even business. There are three ways. I think to play this relationship game and oh it's not a dating game. I think there's only one way to win when we do this with three very distinct types of relationships that you will have along the way no matter who you're dealing with you're ready for number one. Every single relationship begins with two individual people. You and somebody else. I'm not talking you at a bunch of folks that you an individual person so every single relationship begins with two individuals now. What happens if you remain individual an independent? What happens if you do that if you remain that way? You're never likely to really connect you never going to do a real relationship that you can kind of go back and forth and really really rigby get the benefit of it if you will a lot of folks do that. I'm an independent person. I'm an individual. I'm going to be that way. It's really impossible to be around anybody else and have that kind attitude but a lot of people do and a Lotta people do it after they may be Ben Burtt a couple of times or just can't figure out what maybe ran into somebody who maybe you know. He just didn't get lucky. Right it wrong person so you kind of hold back a little bit you decide. Just be a I'm independent. I am who I am. It's okay I like you to be independent. You should be independent. But it's not gonNa work if you stay that way all the time. So what's the other kind of relationship that you might run into? Well some become very co dependent. Honestly I run into a lot of that kind of work that I do this. A lot of that going on right now at developing this kind of codependent relationship means well you lose your individuality right. Isn't that what you were attracted to the other person in the first place for individuality as I came her for who they are but when you get too close he become very very codependent. When really you kind of begin to lose a piece of yourself and again I run into this all the time often it. Somebody has a job. And they've gotten so codependent on the job and the CO workers and the hours pay and everything else. They've lost they are also see it with a lot of married relationships. Where one partner is so dependent on the other. They lose themselves as satisfying anyway. So it's it's even worse than being just independent. It's really bad place to be so the first place we start being very independent person and you want to be an independent strong person. Don't get me wrong on that the same time if you stay too independent if you don't open up a little bit if you don't allow a little space you never really going to get with anyone and when you do connect if you let yourself go and you sound all in and you become codependent. Oh my goodness oh my goodness becomes an issue too because you kind of lose who you were. We don't WanNa do that. So what is the place you WANNA be or if you're doing the math right now if you're thinking this through just take a guess what would it be. You probably guessing might be kind of a blend or something right. Pretty close his. I believe and I've seen this again and again and again you want to merge your skills you emerge your passions you emerge some of that individuality and you want to create a more of an interdependent relationship and you'll see this in whether it be business or with your employees or with your spouse or your boyfriend your girlfriend you notice how some people just become a good team. You can go too far with that because I think if you become just to Interdependent also begin to lose yourself a little bit along the way but if you notice when you get you that Nice little balance you get to be yourself you get to rely on each other quite a bit and you're working as a team to get what you want. That's where you want to be no matter where you are in any relationship when you get to that place. It's really a solid foundation. You could build a whole world on that and you already have and you will in the future pretty simple stuff when you take just a couple of minutes to think about it because it's so easy to get caught up in the caught up at one day rely so my gosh. Where am I so the three different kinds of relationships that you're going to run into your what? Which one are you now? Where are you? Are you completely independent? You're fighting the big fight. Have you become co dependent? The place it's maybe not healthy for you are you interdependent. Is it a good healthy place to be? Are you good team? It's a great place to be. That's where you are
Lady Hale, U.K. Supreme Court Judge, Brings Down the Hammer
"Some delighted that Catherine Bernard is back with US fool the follow up not Ruben introspectively hit two and we'll get views on the connection between Italy Supreme Court brexit everything so Katherine. We talked about this last week by the weekend. Pat Wasn't a total to surprise how the judgment went kind of smoke signals coming out. I think a lot of people were surprised was unanimous. I think I was surprised it was unanimous. We use surprised with hindsight. No it makes a lot of sense. It's unanimous for the reason that one strength unity strength to it avoids anyone on from being picked off. There's always been a fear about a repetition of Daily Mail's enemies at the people and three it says to the public that you can't say are judge is known remain a judge wise unknown labor supporter. It's very difficult to say that all eleven have have particular anti brexit views and therefore having a unanimous decision sends a considerable force so I'm GonNa put the counter human just for the the sake of it given the judgment was on what were called the fundamentals of democracy. That was a key part of what was in there. If you go eleven people together you wouldn't get eleven to agree on the fundamentals of democracy so I can see why for the reasons you say unanimity is a kind of strength but it could also look like a kind of contrivance is striking us in this case there have been four judgments to one way to the other so there is a division of opinion but in each case the judgment was unanimous so judges never have disagreed within a case of any disagreed between courts and herrings is it partly because in this case they had the full evidence and indeed. They had the full range. NJIT arguments on both sides and the government case was just blown out of the water. Would that be the other way to put it. I think it's an another way of delay suspect they really did want unanimous. Mus Pin if they could get there and actually that says a great deal about lady hails chairing of the discussion to try and get all eleven on board food with a judgment particular. Judgment of strength is really quite remarkable. It does push against the idea that people say we're going down the American Supreme Court because one thing I can guarantee on t is a supreme court judgement in which the phrase the fundamentals of democracy was used judgment would not be unanimous. I mean the idea of it would be absurd in the American case so this court is not therefore politicized like that court is they might be politicized in a different way but not like that and I agree but what I think what most lawyers if if pushed would say what are the fundamentals of democracy well we're told about parliamentary sovereignty and the various permutations of parliamentary sovereignty Trotsky late in the judgment the bit that is slightly new is the emphasis on accountability of the executive comment which has never been articulated in quite that way as a fundamental of democracy but frankly it is implicit in a system which has such a strong notion of parliamentary sovereignty that if parliament parliament is sovereign therefore the other main institution for it to work the executive must be accountable to somebody and the courts have said it's account could parliament and I think that's what's really striking. So how does the Haiku judgment when the other way now stand because I was looking back over some of the coverage of that and a phrase that was used quite lot was those those judges were reflecting the orthodoxy well. They must not be a New Jersey right this. This is the new orthodoxy within a couple of weeks. The orthodoxies talks. He's been turned on his head so we have to be slightly careful that because what the High Court said was this matter is not justifiable. They didn't really get involved. Goldensohn nuts and bolts of the grounds for review because they said it's not justiciable. Although I think they did say were to be justifiable. We're not sure that we would be able to say that. There wasn't a good reason it was quite cool phrase but of course what we've also had is a Scottish court decision where you have no witness statement from the Prime Minster Number Ten and I think this really did play very badly ultimately for the government's and something that the Supreme Court took very seriously because that also is something that was really striking in this judgment Lady Hale of them said we are saying that we were given no reason let alone in a good reason we were given no reason now watched enough of it to see well. That's not strictly true. They were given reasons. They treated those reasons as completely void I mean this is that they were saying that. Two hours spent telling us your reasons you might as well have just not been talking a tool. Where does that leave the government's case. What does it mean if they were given reasons than they described. Describe them as no reasons at all well. I think what's interesting and this is where the Supreme Court is quite subtle and treads very careful line because they didn't won't get into motive and they didn't want to look at the prime minister's motive for parochial parliament and they also wanted to try and keep the queen came out of it as much as possible so what they did instead was they focused on the effect of the peregrination and the effect of the probation was that parliament parliament the parliamentary committees didn't sit there was no scrutiny over for example operation yellowhammer and the consequences of a no deal brexit there would be no meeting the Liaison Committee where the Prime Minister Answers questions and so they focused on the effect of the probation and they contrast. It's appropriation with recess where these things carry on but with probation everything grinds to halt as one thing was struck me was this idea that parliament had been prevented from conducting its core business holding the government to account and embodying like its role as sovereign. I was thinking about the judgments well parliament did have the opportunity to do what I suppose. It's core function which would be to dissolve dissolve parliament and have an election or to replace with another and that's right it definitely had the opportunity to do so and it chose not to exercise that that for reasons entirely to do with concerns about brexit and there being no deal brexit before a general election and difficulties about installing some some sort of caretaker alternative executive the rest is the core business the scrutinizing legislation all these things they seem to me sort of obviously important but the idea that parliament was prevented from doing what is its core function seems to me a very big leap on the part of the Supreme Court had parliament the opposition parties been gunning for an election seeking to dissolve parliament seeking to do and then being thwarted by the radiation there. I think the case would to be much stronger. Alternatively had voted no confidence either. Being thwarted or following parliament was prorogued. That's right. That's why I say the fundamentals democracy that phrase really stood stood out for me and now I have some sympathy Christy saying which is some sane is not a lawyer as someone who's studied politics. This is the difference for a non lawyer. There's there's some quite contentious arguments to be had about. What is the core function and how it does work and then it also in the judgment says at this particular times it does say this is contextual. We're saying this because a really important decisions coming up on the thirty first so it wasn't nothing to do with Brexit and yet once you go down that road then you can say well. There are a lot of contingencies Ziesel play her. I mean we saw in our podcast last week. This is where political scientists come at this from a very different angle from from lawyers the Supreme Court had to tread careful path and they had to be careful not to go into the bigger political background including having an election so they looked at the power to Pirogue and and they looked at whether that power was essentially unlimited or limited and that's what courts do they're prepared to look at the limits at the power by looking at the limits the power they say well. Actually there are limits on this power. You can't use this power in a totally open into way they looked over the edge and saw the possibility ability of production being used by a prime minister to suspend parliament for months on end or to avoid having voted no confidence sorta avoid having a debate that they want to have and said okay that power if it was unlimited if it can't be subject to any judicial check could be used from constitution the Pepsi's and clearly this has not had a very clear rule legal rule for future perturbations. No prime minister is going to be able to do what Johnson did but can we read anything else into it so they must be relatively high probability that some big cases are coming back to the courts and ultimately Supreme Court in the next few weeks including possibly illegal challenges. Johnson is still in post and we get closer to the thirty first and the Ben Act kicks in he has to send a letter and he the dozen awesome twenty cents a in a way that is not straightforward. Is there anything that we can read from this judgment and is unanimity to the possibility of how the court might decide on those is cool brexit matters not least is it going to be able to hold the unanimity line once we get into the real politics of this yet pure speculation but what we do know is already a case yes which has been lodged in the Scottish court using this remedy that is unique to Scottish law to say that the court could if necessary sends the letter mandated by the Ben Burtt Act if the prime minister will not do so the prime minister's put some evidence into Scottish corpora evidence is at the moment confidential but it isn't a message courts will look some of these issues what we do know is. I think this judgment this in court judgement of yesterday makes makes it very difficult for the government just Perot again with a view to have appropriation which lasts all the way to the second or the fifth of November or the government will pirogue broke for speed queen speech have to be a matter of days but a much longer period of peregrination which is something that has been talked about. I think is now off the table so again if this was the US Supreme Court we would be reading the runes from both the numbers and the wording of the judgement about how this cool might decide on other a similarly contentious political constitutional matters so we're at the start of what might be a whole series of contentious judgments and confrontations confrontations through the courts. Do we have enough yet to be reading the rune in we don't. I mean so again. That's why unanimity is different from had it been eight three seven four. We would now be saying those four are going to be the ones who will side with the government on the next. Wouldn't we and we still some evidence of people talking about what about Lord would read lewd reads going to be the next president from court. He's been very cautious about allowing judicial review what is essentially political matters and yet he was part of the eleven so they get some cover both political and legal cover from being posted the eleven but it doesn't mean that in different factual circumstances slightly slightly different factual circumstances they might not break differently in Alaska total non lawyer question habit if you're on the the Heiko when the other way including very very senior the judges the master of the rolls is it embarrassing we had lawyers senior judges feel when they get really not just overruled steamrollered by the piss everyone's human and you don't like being reversed a new jetties say that but equally judges get reversed overturned some. MHM stage such a high profile that's true but on the other hand what the Supreme Court was presented with sort of very orthodox conservative with a small small-c approach taken by the High Court where churches say that political matters on your justiciable and on the other hand you've got the Scottish court not saying actually this is justifiable and definite attempt to stymied the role of parliament negree GIS approach to the parliament and therefore we got to do as something and so inevitably. There's going to be a winner in an loser either the High Court of England Wales or the Scottish court. We're going to be upset at a the very basic level and the Supreme Court obviously found much much much more sympathy with the judges of the Scottish score and could those judges say like the rest most of us.
"ben burtt" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"On the fives. What's going on? All right. We're going to start south side, Tony where we have an off ramp closed. This is Emerson avenue. Northbound eastbound four sixty five the ramp is closed while throughs, try to fish a vehicle out of a ditch right now, you can crawl into southeast and make your way back the northbound four sixty five. That's how you choose to do it. Then the south side. I mean, northbound sixty five just trashed right now because of a crash after Raymond street on the left shoulder traffic is backed up. The Edgewood avenue air is thick. I tell you also travel on the south side as far as traffic lights, not working flashing red at all directions. Harding at state road, thirty seven and harder. Four sixty five. Now, the ones at state road thirty seven northbound lanes are backed up the employer avenue in speedway. Eastbound sixteenth closed Owen avenue because of high water fleas are directing traffic onto an avenue, and I can see it right now we have a disabled indigo BAAs on southbound pan at market street. It's right there in the center lane shouldn't mess. You have to just know. What's there? Also, high water keystone avenue of fall creek Parkway. People are having to turn around and in Shelby county a serious crash dig road nine north of is seventy four two vehicle crash. They're disabled vehicle northbound Ben Burtt at east Kessler boulevard is in the right, turn lane would know caution lights on no hazard lights on. And it's a black guy. So it's very difficult to see traffic sponsored by Staples. Staples has everything you need to run your business like a Boston right now during Staple's chair event, you can save up to forty percent on a huge selection of cheer for your home or office. Stables I met bear with traffic on the FIS father was on Twitter..
"ben burtt" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
"Wants to be tirees sodium bed. At the end of this movie, we see him doing a workout routine with prisoners. He's begging to be the Tyree of this movie and it's just not working. I agree when they shoot for that, they miss, but what I applauding and what I want to stay focused on is really this director doesn't want to do that and as someone that had to sit through eight fast and furious movies. Yeah, I'm just grateful to see that. It doesn't have to be that formula. You can have a racing car that runs in a different way you're seeming to get into the characters of this movie, which is something I could never do. But once that train whistle blows and I like how that's how the race starts. They don't have the woman out there in the scantily clad dropping her scarf or whatever. They have a train that they know goes by the whistle blows and that's the gun shot. I'm into this movie's racing. I think the cinematography here is really well done. I feel what's going on. I did even more research than the bonus feature. And Wicky and things I started looking into what cameras were used to. They used drones. One of the reasons that maverick is flying a helicopter. They had two helicopters all the time. What they see, gee, I doubt was the cameras mounted on them. They were using helicopter cameras, and they looked like police helicopters are Binny's helicopters, but they were actually doing the area work. And I like the sound design. I actually feel like that also aided me getting into this. I agree cinematography all of this if feels like a small town production, and I appreciate the quaint nece. I'm right there with both of you. The sound really drew me in, you know, like the cinematography is great, but the sound is what's like, all right. This is a really adrenaline ising right now. And even though I'm not super Jack about watching guys race or whatever. I'm into it all of a sudden I'm feeling this race and it's pulling me in, so. All right. I'm in the back seat now. Yeah, they did this Blu Ray and the movie in a seven dot one mix. They actually said they mixed the movie that way. And to feel the sound bounce around my theater. Very few movies do the seven dot one as feel the sound bounce around, and I'm not a huge car guy where I could tell you all of the cars that they're driving and things, but I can tell that they used real engine sounds here and they were doing almost. The thing I was thinking of is actually, and I know you're going to think this is a negative. This is a positive, the Padres from episode, one Star Wars. Now, episode one is a narrative mess, but Ben Burtt did such an amazing sound design on that Padres. There's no music for most of the Padres. It's all sound design..
IMF: Argentina's targets possible but require commitment
"Function that being said they may still have a lot of trouble and potentially move market share in both the telecom space as well as the smartphone space bloomberg's e t could incur losses of at least three billion dollars as a result of the us ban that halted operations on the economic front china's trade surplus fell in may two johnston or twenty five billion dollars bloomberg daybreak asia anchor bryan curtis reports from hong kong exports rose twelve point six percent yearonyear against an estimate of eleven point one percent imports jumped twenty six percent and that led to the sharply lower trade surplus of twenty four point nine billion dollars now the numbers suggest that both domestic and international demand are strong and somewhat unaffected by the trade frictions with the united states of course it's also possible that with risks looming exporters and importers expedited sales to get ahead of any actions in hong kong i'm bryan curtis bloomberg daybreak brian thank you in japan revised data show gdp shrank six tenths of a percent in the first quarter that fell short of estimates private consumption remains soft but analysts expect japan's expansion to resume in the second quarter and argentina the government has secured fifty billion dollars and backing by the international monetary fund the standby arrangement of the imf is a move to help restore investor confidence as the government takes aim at double digit inflation and a widening budget deficit the loan to argentina's largest in imf history we're giving industrial production data out of germany this morning bloomberg sebastian satellite joins us live from london with details good morning sebastian good morning karen bob german industrial production unexpectedly falling in april at continues a run of poor economic news drop of one percents during the month the estimate was for a zero point three percent increase and if you combine that with a short decline in factory orders that we reported earlier in the week that indicates a moderate pace of expansion at the start of the second quarter the euro falling versus the dollar down by three tenths of a percent in london i'm sebastian solid bloomberg daybreak summation thank you here in the us ben burtt hanky says economic growth could face a challenging slow down as the trump administration's fiscal stimulus fades what you're getting is a stimulus at.
"ben burtt" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Of adjusting in terms of what he was doing early this year or throughout the season i've been a game quere detained in every week not just in the beginning of the season towards the end of the shooting every single week you you you're presented a new charge countries very good at getting creative in in that aspect getting guys in the right position to app success aired the obviously the stats that we've been able to put up the number that we've been able to put up it's definitely a lot of the appreciation for what coach read coach nagy coach childress everybody on the off at staff ben burtt been able to do you've obviously known andy reid for longtime your brother was drafted by a man and he coached in it i haven't run across many guys over the course of the years who have instead they loved playing for andy reid they have no big reds man absolutely love platform i can't imagine ever playing for another head coach for the rest of my career new he's the type of guy was going to give you the truth give you straight up whether you want to hear it or not i mean he's going to challenge you every single day to get better and that's all you can ask towards the player we take a look at this tightened steam on film what are you seeing a physical defense arena guys that can make plays going here there are they're very sound and what they're doing in the you know it's going to be a challenge for us both in the run game in the past year when teams are physical like that i've got to imagine a player like you welcomes that but also at the same time you you're a guy that people were trying to take out of things so there's going to be things that are going to be happening to you out there that may not be within the confines of the rules it's the game of football knowing then how how this years taking its course you just have to be able to get understand what's going on in reacting in the proper way i mean the guy who are gonna come out and they're gonna grab they're gonna tug on the defensive side note as a offered to flare you just have to be the the.
"ben burtt" Discussed on EconTalk
"And they're gonna be unpredictable and therefore you should do something more modest or you should do a whole lot at small things this is one of the arguments i have for what traduces on kleptocracy which we talked about before on end so in again it win government itself doesn't have a lot of internal capacity or it doesn't have countervailing organizations on the other side that can produce information saying actually this measure you're talking about getting rid of a licensing are dentists or putting capital requirement on finance on isn't actually going to have ball those terrible negative consequences when that doesn't exist that gives a very strong advantages to the existing incumbent interests as when i had a couple things and then we'll segue into the four areas that you look at in in the book for where you think that the the government action has worsened inequality in in her growth the first is that uh the role of economists and talked with um uh luigi is in gali about this in episode at the good some incredibly important point which is that economists often reassure policymakers that they have no choice but to say bailout the creditors have failed financial institution that without it there will be a disaster and it's it'll be terrible and of course all those incentives you talked about steve come into play uh the regulator does not want a great depression on his watch his being saved ben burtt enke's uh so he's going to be very aggressive to make sure that things don't go badly right now which means he can be setting the stage for something to go very badly in the future that he will not be necessarily blamed for economists like to encourage that kind of change because to me it makes them powerful that makes him important it it creates demand for for economists to be steering economic stability macroeconomic stability financial stability so i just think there is a terrible um implicit collusion there that it's not it's not explicitly retirement something sinister about it but just the self and natural self in.
"ben burtt" Discussed on Every Little Thing
"Toy story lord of the rings tropic thunder beauty and the beast team america space balls jurassic world three hundred cars indiana jones and hundreds of other films this barely scratches the surface when i was a kid growing up i to disneyland i lived in la and i went to disneyland i watched movies and they're reported movies off the tv in a study the santrac and i started to hear sound affects over and over wilhelm was one of them but there are many other to there was a dog barks that is in the pirates of the caribbean ride in disneyland and i remember hearing it again in mary poppins when i was watching that on tv once an unknown somebody must reduce these sound effects and that that sort of was very early realization and that sort of led the way for my your research and fascination with how they sounds are collected and used and catalogue the wilhelm scream has been used in tons of movies but where did it come from what movie was at first heard in we've done uh some sort of backtracking most of this done by ben burtt himself who is the star wars sound effects designer who uh started using this is sort of a personal sound signature the name actually comes from what is probably the second film it was used in which was charge at feather river which was nineteen three at winner brothers poor private wilhelm is at the end of this party go and buy on horses and a leader yells back to him day in a pick up your pace and he says oh i'm just filling my pipe than in that moment he gets an air on the leg and let's up the screen.
"ben burtt" Discussed on KKAT
"The line carl you're on with jeffrey gun law go ahead hi bob thanks for taking my call you know i was curious the way the economy is going right now and with inflation seemingly to be under control except for the flight uptick that we're getting wages but it's not significant that there's a possibility not only that they are are they could be increasing media interest rate three times next year but i remember in the past where the fed used to say that they were they were not going to be transparent they weren't going to be advertising what they were going to do when the time came they would do it but just the fact that they are advertising the fact that the it looks like they're gonna be raising of rate three times next here is there a possibility that that they could be creating the very problem that they're worried about that they could be creating inflation because people would start to prematurely adjust to upcoming interest rate increases well i i think carl that uh the fed would love to see a little bit of an uptick antiinflationary that's what i've been trying to do for a long time i i'm trump's skeptical about the latter part of your question oh no motivated behaviour i think the average consumer couldn't even tell you who the federal reserve is so i just out that you're going to get an on mass changed behaviour because of some something on the financial level of the federal reserve your your point on transparency is as fascinating though alan greenspan famously said that his i'm paraphrasing here he said if you think you understood what i said i haven't been sufficiently vague he was so interested in being obtuse in terms of its actions on your right the fed now used telegraphing everything and i think the reason is that they've got spooked in a very substantial way back in 2013 when ben burtt anke mentioned the paper of the quantitative easing program interest rates spiked by a hundred and fifty basis points in about six weeks and the risk markets really almost heavily call a crash and the aftermath of that there's tremendous desire not to rock the boat and both have chosen professor they've chosen is this kind of uh you know preannouncement of what the intend i'm doing it so far i suppose they will have to.
"ben burtt" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"The flight uptick that we're getting wages but it's not significant that there's a possibility uh not only that they are are pick could be increasing media interest rates three times next year but i remember in the past where the fed used to say that they were they were not going to be transparent they weren't gonna be advertising what they were going to do when the time came they would do it but just the fact that there are advertising the fact that the it looks like they're gonna be raising of rate three times next year is there a possibility that that they could be creating the very problem that they're worried about that they could be creating inflation because people would start to prematurely adjust to upcoming interest rate increases well i i think carl that uh the fed would love to see a little bit of an uptick in the inflation rate that's what i've been trying to do for a long time i i'm upset at skeptical about the latter part of question no no motivate behavior i take the average consumer couldn't even tell you who the federal reserve is is so i just felt that you're going to get an on mass changed behaviour because of some uh something on the financial level of the federal reserve your your point out transparency is it's fascinating though l greenspan famously said that is in a paraphrasing here he said if you take you understood what i said i haven't been sufficiently vague he was so interested in being a obtuse in terms of his actions and you're right the fed now is telegraphing everything and i think the reason is that they've got spooked in a very substantial way back in 2013 when ben burtt aki mentioned the paper of the quantitative easing program interest rates spiked by one hundred fifty basis points in about six weeks and the risk markets really able feb we'd call a crash and the aftermath of that there is tremendous desire not to rock the boat and both have chosen preventative they've chosen is this kind of uh you know preannouncement of what.
"ben burtt" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The board of governors of the fed yeah yeah he's got a vicechair uh to fill fiddling at least one other sheep to fill so he can really quick a ban on the central back kuhn talked for a minute about the federal open market committee which is distinct from board of governors it's the actual interest ratesetting mechanism pows leadership on that committee it's not like he's going to be able to come in and say i'm gonna do it this way that's exactly right the fed operates by consensus at one of the reasons he went with jay powell is known as a collegial guy who is a consensus builder won't ruffalo a lot of feathers and like yellen and ben burtt anke before her will separate the fomc along to mainly unanimous decision so you won't see a lot of discord fm at and that's why he likes to our pardoning twoyear the convention stoger what's the biggest challenge before i let you go the jay powell is going to have to deal with in in the next four years do you think well i think the biggest challenge for him will be if we hit another recession we are long in the tooth and this expansion a good chance that we get a recession over the next few years years and there's not a lot of room for the fed to act and counteract that so what does he do if the economy slowed down unemployment starts to go up were really low rates already we go below zero to do more asset buying you can have a task when the economy slows down in effect of not a lot of ammunition at its disposal ben white is chief economic correspondent at politico he had the jay bell news like a while ago right i mean you were on this early yeah we added about uh three weeks ago so we were early on the jay powell thing and i think i would actually after van thanks a lot thank you we had jay powell on the program a couple of years ago before he was you know somebody we wasim but things really matter in this economy here's a hint it is not just interest rates you can hear that interview at marketplaceorg the the i think are still a bit confused.
"ben burtt" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"And this q e stands for quantitative easing at a time limit and quantitative easing one ran out of time the printing stopped the stock market swoon we were entering into another bearish phase things were coming undone with ben burtt maki recognize that what did he decide to do well quantitative easing number two but this one is going to be bigger than number one well markets reacted again in bed bronetsky just being human nature settle look at this i could control the markets just by creating money out of thin air and tell everybody it's going into the markets wow this is great so qe two words but it also head a time limit and his q e two ended guess what the markets that they swooped and we were going to to a bear market again bearish market bearish phase whatever you want to call it so we decided on something else they came up with something called operation twist now i'm not even get into what operation twist was but it really did work really wasn't gaining traction so ben bernanke e human nature he we won got the market's going up and so does it stopped that went down then i raised qe two higher than cue we won and then markets went up and when it stopped markets went down well i gotta think maybe a fight that a third and really put in a big number i could get markets really going so with two thousand twelve hugh e was born but this was not your ordinary quantitative easing this was not your ordinary printing of money this was the pick bazooka one.
"ben burtt" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher
"Don't get another ben burtt totally get there but i think that the the needs for the democrats are much deeper and they're they're a wealth to begin with we have to talk as as you said we have to be able to break out of our own bubble and the democrat party from franklin roosevelt took to bill clinton and really barack obama was minority working people in white working people and all of a sudden somehow we have date trump appeal to them but we have also distant right there have life expectancy is declining and we didn't say anything about it i i think there's some of this is on on the democrats but can back to identity politics that is not the answer for those folks because they just played identity politics that's also the false assumption with the identity politics is not working class people are not diverse and do not understand her have experienced with diversity there is an aspect of losing equality that's right that losing privilege can feel like oppression so equality can feel like oppression to some it is not the same thing as actually genuinely being oppress it is such delusion i mean that guy who who committed the crime in charlottesville he had the money to travel there he had a dodge charger i think the idea that this guy thinks he's the one who's been dealt a bed hand in america is just that it that is raise he delivered the answer is as rice it is not victimization olympics when when i first started worked for bill clinton and the republicans for big on wedge issues and i said the same 1991 as governor of arkansas governor we gotta find our wedges to divide their coalition he said no and he stitches fingers together he does have extraordinarily large hands and he ah sorry mr conflict and he was not afraid to use.
"ben burtt" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"The sanitation of wrigley bill which i see the pros and cons of it people want to hear what people who sound like they might be in the seat next to them at wrigley or soldier field what they think absolutely and the speaking personally among main job it is it at them to covered the chicago bold when you're talking about the five eighteen city i certainly don't sugarcoat any of my analysis of that game and whether you're talking about their quit agreed on clay off to what they've done the off the band wanted your real grit i haven't out is from fellow band ben burtt they're very little sugarcoated going are mockery sports mockery dot com what i want is i want to grybowski to tell me about chicago sports that's what i need i don't need some guy at a connecticut doing it okay let's start with soldier field let's start with with the bears what are you here yeah okay it is glenn is going to be the real deal i hear he's looking sharp right now everything that we've heard kudos for you know fiber the bracketed it as they get printing hamdan the regarded her today down great sounds like he he is not only very competent but he has a lot of confidence around him the report of the coaching staff and it he made it already starting to develop chemistry with those hid likely high number target heathen cameron merited in particular wanting to america it looked up a lot already and training camp and even look optimistically about yeah we walked out on jeffrey but they also brought in a couple of wide receiver debris aid can be they added another peep the backfield they added a tight end in the draft it added a tight end in pre it can be glittering will have plenty of weapons and everything that we've seen so far it looked like a guy who could be a little bit more than good big game manager type quarterback you've got will feel that he can throw.
"ben burtt" Discussed on Cracked Movie Club
"And he gone academy award for it he did star wars he he was like crushing it on again injuries they added made up like and there's a few kind of start representive creating of some sounds been sound is on for example the arc opening is just the sound of the lifting of the upper tank of who toil over to my favorite in the movie is that the snakes in the well of seoul's has a mixed in fingers running through cheese cats that is growth is a fucking have ever had a cheese cast so i know those weird he was very detailed the sound of the ghosts when they come out of the arc or mixes of dolphins and seals lang screen oh yeah and those are sent he had those are sounds of ben burtt had made for the original alien ridley scott that they want them not using a fucking national ended the boulder is him putting a station wagon a neutral rolling down the hill and then leaning out the back and recording the sound of the tires coming up from your apple and created lightsaber yes allies over noise or the sound of wally he's one of the greatest like jesus this guy's impact my life honestly across the board like he's done so many movies and he's all he created the sound that when an arrow hits a tree it makes us that's a ruler on a yeah and their aegis hacks to be an award named after him right there should share he asked i'll be i mean he got a special achievement award for sound effects.
"ben burtt" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast
"Why is my dick not turning into a knife i don't understand you know i i like it sorted things out with my peers and a river of internet porno educational yeah back to ben burtt fleet see things i didn't know before last night the wilhelm scream as you mentioned which in case you don't know is an iconic scream that goes like that is in every movie ever and he started the trend of using it yeah paleo was first movie called distant drums in a way to near fifty one it was used for a guy getting eaten by an alligator then it was used fate reused famously in a movie called the charge feather river and 1954 that's the one i thought national and ben burtt is such a like iconic sound person and worked on enough movies that when he thought it was funny inside joke it became an inside joke for all of sound for already honor him yeah yeah and then a more recent one i didn't know about is the idea of the audio black hole which israeli popular and trailers now especially area where they put like seven frames of total suppressed silence before a major explosion i can't believe that something you even like had to invent like when i heard the factory they like the beatles had the first song to ever have of fade in qouted no wonders view that by 19 dan right but yeah i guess he was the first one to be like you know make this explosion pop.
"ben burtt" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast
"'cause i i only knew foley work at all from like a couple clips of ben burtt just found on the internet once i was a thing because for people that are now he came up with most of the sound effects in star wars indiana jones et wildly and just a bunch of uses anytime spielberg look is needed something he pretty much data he's the voice of wally he's the voice of chew bacha oh i also love the lasers in star wars and way you know you like of course it at a cable yeah it's like a metal telephone cable and you're just like weighing in on it with a piece of wood and you're like oh yeah that is exactly what his house i remember watching the prequels came out and you know there was obviously a huge backlash against those films but i wasn't immediately like i hate these movies because there was enough ben burtt and john williams insurer i'm going like it was still giving me my star wars i hear a lightsaber that sounds so iconic and so amazing that he invented and i can't dismiss something even if it justifies the alone enough for me somehow i mean i think of our horrible things about me i'm easily won as we all know darth vader was completely developing over time they didn't know who provide the voice ultimately are exactly how it sam ben burtt was instrumental in saying like you know what i recorded myself breathing through a scuba suit i should have some kind of breathing problem you couldn't have their later without that now rats perfect to leave and lightsabres worry the sound of a film project projector running of any mixed that with an old town sound and then you have any of it around in front of a speaker something to to get that phase that interfering yeah yeah i also saw that those battle droid tanks in phantom menace was an i think an electric razor in a metal mixing bowl that he just going all that amazing i love that i wonder what.
"ben burtt" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast
"Yeah which i think israel because they're throughout all these things that we sometimes don't think of his team efforts were just like na george lucas woke up one day and made the movie and i know young massive team yeah i guess the arguably more of them than the people you know probably because blow yet every good director there's even hundreds of these people absolutely and one of the things i kept coming back to in my researches no one knows the name of all the art directors and production designers and you really should like tim burton looks that way not because of only his own choices but because of an art designer he always works with wes anderson gets that particular look by working with a particular set of people and i feel like people just don't have the band with like if you see their face in the movie their top of mind if a director does twenty movies change everything like city over lucas you'll spare few brain cells to remember them and then anything below that it's just like neurons like us here we are yeah uh and i think especially fitting in the drive over here i was listening to the latest county bang bang and at the end the air wolf tag came are you the voice of your wolf as well other you know what's trivia there's a secret entertainment here all right there so he's better hundreds of these up and i somehow realized the today for the first time yeah i notice niekro saying wolf go boom of course immediately but i will scare rolan well yeah i thought a good first person maybe to talk about because you you both mentioned as we were thinking about who we love and that's kind of category a person is a guy named ben burtt.
"ben burtt" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Now thirty four and twenty three wise the team in so good we've had some struggles but we've bounced back we you and i think this club is resilient and i think you know big porsche a big part of this club is written home runs near ben burtt gardner had another home run last night so pretty good then you also have aaron judge he had himself a decent night three for four at a couple of runs scored a at a single in the sixth walls is he it into the job judges change chambers since put that thing i don't know i don't think he's hit when into the chamber i dunno i mean that was just what two weeks ago there that they be thrown out yeah one homerun at yank stop we are the object they touch the money's adopted these guys watched the money i want the kid they hit sixty home run no you don't know it was made on why wouldn't i because you get you're getting you act for two days when he hit a home run your great joy that although they touch the money they over the saudia they touch the money do you guys in the american more home runs and him on the any zip bone other questions how many home runs as he had since they put that in the state five four or five no way for maybe now he's the idea the grand in the stadium in his home runs and one night right now i would say would craig separate four or five somehow google that check that out google that out had had no idea where to find it in was either under they put the judge's chambers and what game what was the first game sides crazy yankee knows the answer to that what they did have like some for gezi judge's chambers before our fans were just dressing has one iota.
"ben burtt" Discussed on WRFR-LP Rockland
"That we've gone over over and over the what is a public bankers at is always willing there is a actually there's more to it than meets the eye so uh we really talking about taking back on money supplies we talk about money supplies created by of bags and most private bags is only one state where there is purely stayed own vote baghdad in north dakota okay and if you look at the state economy north dakota uh others through the public bag uh has rent a tremendous tremendously successful basically just forcing for more boldly through the economy ben burtt for this right and you know those hollywood blowing the what other more banks is better for the bed the banks more profitable there is better for workers uh so absurd and we do go through all this just and we do the is you know we could have the here will give it a much better agronomy in which we could have actually a lot of times uh the you see the tax revenues could keep up we're in the a recession now been really intercessory great years since the two thousand may grasp but that never hit north dakota north dakota's always villages the continually growing right along all all the stone and have is not at a downturn like all the other states have because they always date will vote would back so thus the main advantage will you know over over the many others one thing is that you and others the endeavour to get a public bag breakfast in this in this state of may and of this last session ldtvreaty said yes yes well of course oh the way things would go on every two years so you're eligible to submit bills uh and we.