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"bizet" Discussed on Classics for Kids

Classics for Kids

05:13 min | 5 months ago

"bizet" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"Hello welcome to classics for kids. I'm naomi lewin. This week in celebration of the christmas season some classical compositions that involve christmas carols in the middle of the nineteenth century. An englishman named william chatterton dix came up with christmasy words. What child is this for the old folk song green sleeves years later when raytheon williams wrote his fantasia on green sleeves. He probably had a pretty good idea that the peace would get played a lot at christmas. Time the fantasia. Green sleeves was originally part of an opera but some pieces of christmas. Carol classical music written to be used in church johann sebastian bach was an excellent organised. Who spent years writing church music. Bach based a whole set of variations on the old german. Carol come <unk> mojo known in english as from heaven above earth. I come that same. Carol turns up in auto nikolas christmas overture which even has acquired to sing it. There's another german christmas. Carol in which. Mary sings joseph dearest joseph mine asking joseph for help rocking the baby. Jesus to sleep. Yohannes brahms used that in song. He wrote to honor another baby the son of his good friend joseph or josef in german. Walk him brahms. Like the inside. Joke of the to joseph's and he liked the wonderful tune which he gave to the biala <music>. A couple of centuries earlier than brahms was composing in germany mach. One chaperone ta was composing in france. Chaperone ta came up with a whole set of what he called. Carols for instruments. The title of this one is where are those cheerful shepherds headed. One of the top ten favorite christmas carols actually has music by classical composer even though that's not what he wrote it for felix mendelssohn composed a song to celebrate yohannes gutenberg. The man who invented the movable type printing press mendelssohn didn't like the words to that song and told his publisher. He thought the music could be recycled for something else. Maybe a wedding piece but nothing really religious. After mendelssohn died someone in england discovered that the music went perfectly with a poem by charles wesley. The brother of john. Wesley who founded methodism <music>. Pieces that use christmas carols were meant to be played at christmas time. Utter reno raspy composed a musical description of three paintings by italian renaissance artist. Sandro botticelli one of those paintings is the adoration of the maj. I in which maj i. The three kings are part of a huge crowd admiring the baby. Jesus resp- iggy sets the scene by quoting an old church chant anyb- any emmanuel which you know as the christmas. Carol o come o come emmanuel. The three kings feature in another piece that uses a christmas carol. The farren dole from the arlesienne sweet by george. Bc opens with an old french. Carol called the march of the kings

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Georges Bizet, Christmas Carols in Classical Music

Classics for Kids

05:13 min | 5 months ago

Georges Bizet, Christmas Carols in Classical Music

"Hello welcome to classics for kids. I'm naomi lewin. This week in celebration of the christmas season some classical compositions that involve christmas carols in the middle of the nineteenth century. An englishman named william chatterton dix came up with christmasy words. What child is this for the old folk song green sleeves years later when raytheon williams wrote his fantasia on green sleeves. He probably had a pretty good idea that the peace would get played a lot at christmas. Time the fantasia. Green sleeves was originally part of an opera but some pieces of christmas. Carol classical music written to be used in church johann sebastian bach was an excellent organised. Who spent years writing church music. Bach based a whole set of variations on the old german. Carol come mojo known in english as from heaven above earth. I come that same. Carol turns up in auto nikolas christmas overture which even has acquired to sing it. There's another german christmas. Carol in which. Mary sings joseph dearest joseph mine asking joseph for help rocking the baby. Jesus to sleep. Yohannes brahms used that in song. He wrote to honor another baby the son of his good friend joseph or josef in german. Walk him brahms. Like the inside. Joke of the to joseph's and he liked the wonderful tune which he gave to the biala A couple of centuries earlier than brahms was composing in germany mach. One chaperone ta was composing in france. Chaperone ta came up with a whole set of what he called. Carols for instruments. The title of this one is where are those cheerful shepherds headed. One of the top ten favorite christmas carols actually has music by classical composer even though that's not what he wrote it for felix mendelssohn composed a song to celebrate yohannes gutenberg. The man who invented the movable type printing press mendelssohn didn't like the words to that song and told his publisher. He thought the music could be recycled for something else. Maybe a wedding piece but nothing really religious. After mendelssohn died someone in england discovered that the music went perfectly with a poem by charles wesley. The brother of john. Wesley who founded methodism Pieces that use christmas carols were meant to be played at christmas time. Utter reno raspy composed a musical description of three paintings by italian renaissance artist. Sandro botticelli one of those paintings is the adoration of the maj. I in which maj i. The three kings are part of a huge crowd admiring the baby. Jesus resp- iggy sets the scene by quoting an old church chant anyb- any emmanuel which you know as the christmas. Carol o come o come emmanuel. The three kings feature in another piece that uses a christmas carol. The farren dole from the arlesienne sweet by george. Bc opens with an old french. Carol called the march of the kings

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"bizet" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

02:24 min | 9 months ago

"bizet" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"And bowed down with his face to the ground before the king. Then the king kissed epsilon. which the nets were the chapter ends. So there is reconciliation made the honored. The APPS slum bowed what if our protesters could stand in front of the president's office and back home on say. Look. All I wanted to do is hair me and king does the greatest custom at the time is offer a kiss. Greeting walk. Which is best the highest endorsement, the highest fellowship fresher be can receive, and so there seems to be a mutual. Bond here of forgiveness, this is all in the past now. The whole thing about Amnon raping your sister and the killing him Nas the rape. During on the field, he's got this. This be reckless filing. Now, we can go on. This isn't good place to stop because this would be a good lesson for does this grant all the folks out there who wanted to take law and their own has who when they have to in this case, flee for three years still exile from our two years at home. To get satisfaction, you have to see what you want, and then once you had the audience with the ruling authority this case, the king. Are you willing to accept. What he says whether be the ultimate death against you a kiss of greeting. Bat. Now do people today do that I wanNA say no. But you know what? It didn't work for APPS on either we're going to talk about that part of the future and. To to to great books in one website, Bizet striving for eternity dot org there are two books that I would like to recommend you purchase what they meaning people who aren't. Christians other religions believe and what we believe.

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"bizet" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

Radical Personal Finance

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"bizet" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

"Can very much minimize your legal risks, and especially your risks of asset protection give you an example to demonstrate to you the difference between this remember that in asset protection planning if somebody wants to sue you. They're going to retain an attorney, and as part of that attorney retainer process, they're going to do an asset search for you. And in order for somebody to success. Really sue you or to really be intentional about suing you in an order for an attorney to take on the case, they're going to have to be convinced that it's going to be in their best interest, which means that they wanna make sure that you have deep pockets, what attorney is gonna take a case on retainer, if they're not suing somebody with the pockets almost no one if they do take the case, they're gonna take it and make the the plaintiff pay upfront. And who knows maybe you're up against somebody holds a personal grudge and has the pockets in case which case this doesn't protect you. But that's not the norm normal situation. We're talking about the normal situation is somebody going to be looking for a deep-pocketed defended. Now in this situation, the point of personal assets, physical assets personal property is you can own quite a substantial amount of property. And there's not a lot of information of out there about it. And remember that the legal rules of disclosure only applied if you are only apply to you. If you are forced to make legal disclosure, I won't be aware of too. Circumstances in which you can be forced to make a legally legally binding disclosure under penalty of perjury. And that would be something like a bankruptcy filing. So if you are filing for bankruptcy, and you're if you're completing a debtor's examination and those can go together. So in a worst case scenario, somebody sues you, then they win their lawsuit against you. Then they bring you into the court and you're compelled to complete a debtor's examination, which basically means you tell somebody everything that you own everywhere that it is. And you have to do that under the penalty of perjury. And so you don't wanna lie because lying big Bizet potentially a felony potentially send you to prison, which is a bad thing. It's bad for your financial freedom when you're stuck in prison. So we want to be cautious and hope to never get to debtor's examination..

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"bizet" Discussed on Maybe It's You

Maybe It's You

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"bizet" Discussed on Maybe It's You

"That's all that was all that's all in the past. And so now new things hopefully, people will say because I can't hang onto this that I wrote down every thought I had about myself those hurt my feelings that started some crying 'cause I wrote some really shitty things about myself. These are Bizet different day exercise. Nice made the sex is up. Every shitty thought I have myself, loser pieces, shed, whatever like anything, I think all down. Bay red x. Okay. That's that's what I am. Not when I did this. I just did that one this morning. And quite honestly, it actually looked really cool when I was done. I think that one I said, I think I wrote something I wrote some words on top of it in red. Anyway, I wasn't trying to do in our project. But I just was trying to figure out creative ways that I can anybody the person thought the bullet person came up with the bullet journal is the person's getting the most out of it. They thought of it and it worked for them and other people thought and we'll try to. So what I what I what my habit has to be don't copy the thing copy inspiration. Yeah. You're smart. What give yourself a vocal warm up. Give yourself a program that you can do and also give yourself of prompt to write about how to percents don't look at the one that they give you every day and go I can't fucking. I don't have time to actually does right right down three things that you want to write down read your own list. But but the thing is and then do something. Different the next day. But if you do that over enough time where you some mornings, you someone you don't, but you've been doing it even pieces of it for a year. There's so much good that can come out of that. And there's so much that you can find out and like any exercise you've ever done was just fucking somebody sat around and said, let's make a list of five or maybe it'd be good. If you did this think of a thing that might be good for you to do. I thought I would like to see those things written down. I'd like to look at those words that I'm constantly saying to myself or that, I'm. From other listening to am I listening because it's not it's not that those things that those people were saying about me are who I am. But there who I've been in certain moments and some of them are more, right? I can do a thing if I wrote down of all the positive things somebody. Said about me, I have to put an extra those two because that's also in the past right? I have to just be with now and be inexperienced. So that's working for me tastic like that that to me is is such a really like a lifting idea that feels. Achievable and also really interesting because because the thing in my notebook that I have I can do anything in it. I want they a writing a book on a journal. It's just whatever it is today on that day, and I have, but I did by myself, some some I left I love new I love pencils penalty. So I bought some pencils. And then and then I have a couple of pens, and because sometimes I just draw. And I haven't done that I reminded myself. I was a kid. It was like you still have to draw draw. Stop trying to make something happen. Just draw. What you wanna draw and see what happens and just draw? Okay. So I think in relationships do there, it's romantic platonic, familial, whatever professional whatever the thing is like yours, we you when you've been on the planet for any real amount of time. You know, you pick up these like unconscious habits or responses to triggers that just become. Unconscious. It's like Pavlovian almost like does this, and you react immediately feel anger or love or fear or her millions or frustration or whatever like there's just a tick of something happening, but it full blown triggers the historic unconscious habit. Right, which is to jump right into full reactive nece or or full, even if it's body ravenous or mental reactive this, right?.

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"bizet" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"bizet" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"When you threaten to strike. In my opinion. I think we have none. I think we have none whatsoever. Because the company has it started it announced it last week in it's going to be finishing up the end towards the end of this week Wednesday Thursday, they are emptying the system of all freight there they've told the customers because of the possibility of a strike we are going to empty our system. And after like, I said when Thursday week, we will no longer be picking up any customers freight in over in reasoning for that is the company doesn't want customers freight to be stranded inr system, because if there's a work stoppage in we've had we got their freight it it's not gonna move. It will affect the our our customers customers is gonna affect their business. So it's just makes sense. I think from company company standpoint, I think it's it makes it's perfectly justified, and it makes Bizet mixed sense from business important to at goodwill gesture on the company's part to say. We don't know what the this is going to be ratted put, you know, put a gun to your head as it were by holding your freight. You're good hostage. We're gonna set. Listen. We're gonna you're gonna have to make up arrangements. Yeah. Because the company has to consider the the backlash from its client base that uses UPS, and then all of a sudden I wear the the strike happened. And now your stuff is trended in stranded in poughkeepsie, and it's not going to get delivered. At least now they know. Hey, I just gotta make other arrangements starting on what they say the ninth. They're clearing everything out as of the ninth. I believe that sounds about right. I I don't remember the heart as but that's no it's Wednesday or Thursday of this week. So that's that's both a smart decision on UPS part in terms of dealing with its clients. It's also pretty big power move. Isn't it in terms of the union to say, hey, listen. We're just we're just gonna shut you guys off. Well, from the standpoint that the way it worked is with before negotiations even began the union got what they call a strike authorization. They put it to the membership. Whether we would authorize a strike in the event that in the event that came to that and we did authorize a strike both freight L -til freight in package did that. So the there's there was a memo put out by the go sheeting committee at the national level, the cl- clearly states that while a strike is not what we want to do the strike authorizations already given in. If the vote is returned as ING. No if it comes back as no-vote a strike will take place. It's not it's not it's not maybe or we'll talk some more. It's no we will strike is just a matter of win. We can't the the the union has to call the strike. So the the workers can't say, okay? We we heard the votes don't. We're not gonna working whether the union will authorize a strike, but they will call a strike was. Okay. So, but what's actually let me let me tell you. Let me tell you a little bit about policy genius. And and then I want to ask you about the logic behind that given given the position that they're in and the move that UPS has made here. Let me tell you like about policy genius from his policy genius is is life insurance is dental insurance is pet insurance. All disability insurance. They got it all and as you guys know, it's really important. You gotta have it. Specially you know, if you believe like, we do that you ought to be taking care of yourself and.

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"bizet" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"bizet" Discussed on Short Story Long

"A vitamins Bizet. Take care of an enter drama. Thank you guys. Let's get back to the pod. Okay. Let me ask you this. So if you're listening to that and you're like, man, you ride and blah, blah, blah. Do you. Do is the advice to worry about asking people who have knowledge about the topic, not you. Are you better off asking someone who has knowledge who doesn't give shit about you, then someone who loves you and doesn't have knowledge for sure. Yeah, I'm expertise over experiencing. I don't understand people. I do it myself. I don't get it at all. You still are doing it yourself. You've just excel A-Rated what you're doing by getting the dummy tax. Here's why I appreciate the advice of people that have situation knowledge over people who care about me is they're going to tell me what they did and I'm picking them out and I'm giving them the biggest gift biggest compliment that you can people. I'm sorry, Dave, but can I ask you for help when people say that to me my heart sing off. I'm like, this guy relief. He respects what I what I've done, I know. Yeah, what a great compliment and meanwhile, everyone's expecting us. I don't have time me wanna barf ING all my help all over them because I want to prove to them how much I know that's how many people I know. I never thought about that because I always told me, ask people for help. They'll give you help people like to share people like to, but I just didn't think about the fact that it is a massive compliment by. Just asking people for guidance because you respect their opinion or what they Accomplice. -ccomplish. So I highly suggest expertise over experience because you'll have a better experience by getting in gaining expertise. Yeah. Stop going to the people that love you unless they happened to be experts. Exactly. And you still have to beware even if you have an expert in your family that loves you. Yeah, they're always going to have a different take on it because they're gonna want your well being. That's what's so dangerous right people that love you almost feel like are like it's really dangerous to get advice from people that love you because they'll say it's the other person's fall. You did everything right? This is bubble blah act. You wanna protect you. They're not going to be honest. And sometimes that protection ends of being our biggest nemesis. Yep. Very true. Okay. So just like a quick, how did you, what were you doing? You were selling legal research online, west law, so it was a website. It was all the books you see on the legal commercials with the keys on them. Yeah, in the early nineties, you know what? We have this Bank of NCR computers from Ohio in a mountain and we're gonna put instead of printing off of these. We're going to put them online dot EDU, and we'll have.

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"bizet" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast

Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"bizet" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast

"I am with my cool just talented, little co host miss Stephanie wilder Taylor for crying out loud and assorted scale rewind. Hello, stiff Ronnie. I'm so so happy that we're doing this right now because I have a lot to say about this. Well, I hope so because this was the three hour Labor Day episode from hell, gay. Thanks a lot for the vaca-. You jerus-. I have a question though. I don't. Why did it have to be three hours? I feel like it's it's almost insulting to people to be like, you've got three hours to watch this, like it's bad, nothing to hours. We show did we showed it have that three and a half hours or whatever it takes to get through this. And so did everybody on Facebook. I was reading Facebook comments as four hundred something comments on their people. It's so ballsy though Pete, they're just not afraid to lose people. No, I think they just figure everything else is on break. This is a needy needy show like all the contestants on the show it's needy is gonna is gonna get you on the days that it knows, you know, no one else's, they're right. I think we should talk really quickly right off the off the top about Colton being the next bachelor, I'm horrified. And you know spoiler alert because we're not supposed to say spoilers, but this is everywhere like you can't escape it. Okay, grocery story. Like it's everywhere. Yeah. So sorry, everybody and it's it's supposed to be officially coming out tomorrow anyway at the reunion, I think which is next week. I've heard it's coming on good Morning America tomorrow. Oh, well, there. I think that's why they had the break-up happened yesterday. Oh, for Christ's sake with his show. Well, I hope he's the first gay, bachelor. And I don't say that in a mean way like he's gay. You know, I hope I literally, you know, I love him and I hope that he's gay because this was kind of coming out monologue that he had right. Wasn't that he's like, I really like. I do everything for everybody else all the time, and I just want to do something his list Bizet gay is just like a speech impediment, right? Like I do other people all the time. Like, you know, trying to give to you with my tongue was for my dad, like football, if. And he started crying and I was like, oh my God. He cries so much. He cries more than I do. And I'm a girl. Fifty meta pas on stop crying Colton. What do you have to cry about? First of all, he's not emotionally in a good place to be on a TV show in general, let alone one that he's supposed to get married at the end of it worries me is that he seems like he's really crying. I mean, there's a lot of fake tears on here, but Colton seems to be really crying, right? I think he is. I'm telling you, I honestly think he's unstable. I love that man. Yeah, I just I think it's going to be really uninteresting to watch and also why I feel bad for the women that are going to like, that's what they're competing for a guy who has a lot of therapy in front of him, expert ball player with a hurt wrist, a charity in his own name and krill to jackets, how fun like they're, they're really lowering the bar every year with what you're competing for. I know I just don't understand like they have trader Joe. Why? Why can't they use him? I don't get it member of who wants to be a millionaire. It's like the prizes. A million dollars may turn on game show network is like people fighting the street for five dollars, you know? Well, listen trader. Joe was good enough for dancing with the stars, and that's what the people who went on bachelor and then break up with their person go on. Anyway, that's dead is going to be like nice wall. So it was nice, right? Yeah, there's a nice Wellesz. So we'll start from the beginning here..

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"bizet" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"bizet" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

"Well, to be honest, we take them on Bizet, so we try to take them on multiple visits. We feel it's important that you know, even if they're leaning towards one school that we show them, you know, other schools that have been interested in them and to be honest, we let them make their own decisions. We try to make give them the information. So they make an educated decision. And yeah, that's that's the best we can do, but it is ultimately up to them. They've earned that right, and they make their decisions. So they've all done that. And yeah, it's been great over the use this show in particular on ESPN radio, the sporting life, and I know you're an avid listener. Oh. We shut the house down radio on, and that's all we listen to. We have. We've discussed a lot over the years. The very serious issue of brain trauma and football in not just what ball, but other sports is well, and as the mother of a four football playing sons, how do you view what now we have to regard is you know, what are the biggest stories, biggest public health crises of the twentieth century, at least in sports in the United States. Yeah, it's well, I've done a lot done reading on it and I can't say a lot, but I've definitely done some reading on it, but I honestly, I don't have control. I could never say you can't play because I'm worried about you. They would dismiss me and write me off. So I did not see that movie concussion on purpose because I feel like it's spate there's nothing I can do to prevent him from playing if I felt that that was the right course of action. But all of them, all of them learn how to keep their body. Shape. You know, Christian does a thing called Giro stem where he goes into a like a lab and it looks like a sort of a modern amusement ride, and he does things to keep his brain intact and Brandon shape, and it's all it's it. That's the that's what most people do when they get a concussion. It's therapy to get better from a concussion. And he does it as preventative, but also he can have his mind be the sharpest two can be. So he can maybe avoid some of those hits. You know there, you know, education's coming out every single day on this topic, and we just try to keep abreast to it and try to do the best we can to prevent at all costs. But yeah, Ed actually is the one with who had tons of concussions and some pretty bad ones at the end of his career. So that's I worried about him, but he seems to be okay, you know, to be, we all a lot of our both Eddin I in our kids. Got this got a blood test, and there's ways to tell if you're susceptible more susceptible to concussions and brain diseases, like Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, all that in this. Test, and fortunately we don't have that gene. I couldn't tell you what it is. It's a scientific term, but there are things you can do to see if you are more susceptible to it. That's not to say that none of my kids are going to get a concussion or haven't had one and several, but Ed has recovered from them, you know, whereas I know other players don't seem to recover as well, so so that's something we've done to try to prevent it and hopefully void it in the future. We're speaking with Lisa, McCaffrey mother, Christian McCaffrey, the Carolina Panthers second year, running back the runner up for the Heisman Trophy three years ago. We you're watching the games in the game is so fast, and it's so violent and your sons are are targets out there. They're all still position players. Did you watch you know in enjoy the game, or is it? Is it hard for you to to be witnessing it? It's it emotional roller coaster. I feel like I gray by the end of the game. I hair grades. No, it's definitely very, very, very emotional. You can't get too high and you can't get too low. That's something I've learned by watching wide. I can't turn away and I just ripped my nails apart to the point that they're bleeding, not a great habit, but it's, you know, my gosh, after a win if they've done well, there's no better feeling in the world. Lisa, your thoughts about the upcoming season for the Panthers breaks down for us Panthers Super Bowl, champs, bam. Next question..

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Monster Hunter: World removed from sale in China

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:56 min | 2 years ago

Monster Hunter: World removed from sale in China

"Monster hundred world has been pulled from sale in China. Allegedly following a quote, large number of complaints, issued against the game publisher. Ten cent has been forced to halt the sale of Capcom monster hit with shifted, which shifted eight million units on Xbox One and PlayStation four before arriving PC. Earlier this month sitting record number of concurrent steam users. The Chinese version of the game was previously available on ten cents. We gain platform releasing a day before it's global steam release on August ninth users will be able to refund the game without conditions. Anytime before August. Twentieth company said according to a statement from we game monster, hunter world was. Removed due to numerous reports received by thirties that failed to meet China's strict publishing regulations, restrict restrictions include games, which feature blood or sexually suggestive characters, but analysts claim that monster hunt or did not feature any obvious infractions. According to a report in the financial times, a source close to we game blame, quote, bureaucratic infighting, which erupted in recent months resulting the complete halt of government issued publishing license for games. China is a tough territory to do business. You gotta get everyone wants because there's so much money exactly hotter released movies. They're the very strict cultural status for the longest time. Blizzard couldn't put the Pandera n- into warcraft. All really? Yeah, because there's okay. You'll wrong me if I'm wrong, hey, but I was told by multiple sources that there are very, very strict rules in China about depictions of pandas because pro share sure that you can't show like a panda being killed in. Video game. Will you pan to like character? The eventually did find their way around that independence now, obviously our playable rice and have some time, but for longtime, they remember, I think it was Christmas and that some of the become a pant is in the game because China allow any kind of negative or violent depiction of pan is because one thing that China takes very, very, very, very, very seriously is protecting

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Big Tech’s Growth Comes With a Big Bill

BTV Simulcast

04:19 min | 3 years ago

Big Tech’s Growth Comes With a Big Bill

"Says disappointing second quarter report raised a big alarm among investors Tuesday as the shares tumbled as much as fourteen percent their biggest drop in two years the results. Were seen as, a, specially, surprising because of Netflix is massive growth last year which showed no signs of slowing down but overall, big tech shrug off the news the NASDAQ one hundred. Index hitting a new record Tuesday and looking at the bigger picture you can see from this chart in the library large cap. Tech has easily outperformed the s. and p. five hundred in the last few years so, do net flicks is results signal that there should? Be more cautious going into this earnings season here all this answer that question we are joined, by Michael Pervez weeded and Cho's? Chief global strategist and our very own Bloomberg opinions share Lovie days. So Michael first of all should? The rest of the investment. Community be concerned about? Other big tech companies. Not living up. To expectations, over the next couple of weeks as they report Yeah Step back for a. Second you realize how important thing is to the tech sector and how important the tech sector of the overall market anyone needs to sort of care about how the performance is going to. Be I've been continuing to overweight tack for a few years now including this year for all sorts of. Reasons but having said that right now if you look at the FANG index market cap weighted basis it's actually, at a higher than it was. Back in late January before all the volatility. Erupted there and start prices not the index for the FANG is not quite as overextended above workings of poor. As it was back then but it is certainly up there so I think Regardless, of what you might think about. The individual companies It seems like right now for the earning season for the other, guys that are going to be coming later. This week it's really the stars up to pretty perfectly so. A lot, of caution is going. To be needed here but again longer term I would I would expect that any dip in Amazon and Facebook. And Google will be pretty aggressively bought well and share there's still a question, of whether net flicks is subscriber Bizet a speed bump or is it part of a longer term trend yet in the sleeping, was it wasn't just the weakness in the second, quarter, subscriber, numbers, networks also forecasting. Decline in third quarter subscriber numbers subscriber editions and. Look maybe the company is being conservative, with its forecasts seeing what happened. With its second quarter falling shy of its own guidance but it's interesting that you're talking about, sort of two soft quarters in a row for Netflix Which makes it a little bit harder to argue the blip scenario Now Michael we at an analyst at Bernstein. In a note saying crowded trains are typically already priced for. Perfection and as such socks don't react much to incremental positive news while negative news has a much more pronounced effect and we yet we've seen these stocks run up and up and up even in the midst of. Folic volatility around Facebook and. Controversy around the Cambridge Analytica data scandal? Even, Facebook has bounced back so what should investors be skeptical about look I think there's a fair amount of caution that's that's been coming, with this rally since the Facebook scandal erupted back. In late March and you, can see that in the, options market if you look at put call skew for the axe That actually has as way as much stronger than it is, for the put calls skew. For the SPX for example additionally if you just look at the the level of. NDA, x., volatility relative to fix it is in that spread is, in the top ten percent and it's been. That way for some time so what you're seeing here is that people are playing this recovering from the Facebook scandal that rally but they're they're they're going into it with a fair amount of protection which I think is healthy and may mean that whatever dips we get over. The next few weeks out. Of earning season are not quite as? Dramatic, here that side amidst the tech you for you if you take a closer look at the numbers of some of these companies evaluations, are still incredibly take a listen to rob are..

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"bizet" Discussed on Inside the Spa Business | Spa

Inside the Spa Business | Spa

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"bizet" Discussed on Inside the Spa Business | Spa

"To them was fantastic we love to go anywhere knew that and so you just think gosh it's it's crazy that it's a big motivator we know for the consumer at time of consideration and purchase but yet when they come it doesn't translate on still think so many of those falls a hidden advertise right and people assume they're going to be booked because you know what not believing when we see facilities is not just about treatment is where we see actually being the actual usage of people that using the pool the tennis courts or whatever it is you you have is quite low protocols perspective so yes join think it's broken dinner by think it's broken but i definitely think something's not going right and we need to one understand customer better and look our ranching proposition more and what we can do to uplift that because i think you know we recount be settling thinking that that's that's okay minute spire is a big motivator and people choosing a hotel gotta say we're going to have to agree to disagree on that one but it seems that michelle has got some very specific experience particularly about the affluent consumer in part of the world as people have both in money time and resources and to to do a lot more and they don't bizet sparring the wellness as often as expected the because they have time money resource and however when it comes to hotel up saying look the won't say they do choose that hotel one fritz star rating and and and because it's got a spoil whether they use it or not and quite often they don't but it is as a kind of say i still think in in in the people that only talking meet with a lot of people yes they expected but because they expect it it'd be shopped for not to be there and what we have to do is just go okay we're building where we at we already built them let's make sure we're now.

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"bizet" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"bizet" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"That what it really is is their total inability to understand him he is not one of them he comes from outside washington dc is not a demonstration of the swamp and he's got a totally different way of running his business i e the west wing a totally different way of living his life trump has not lived his life as most politicians do i e faking this and faking that for this photo op in that photo op floated doesn't come back to haunt you're twenty years down the road there's no fawning us here compared to much of politics as owning people don't like about an and those of measure of phony in everybody in politics and trump isn't he is what he is and so this bizet's change around completely on immigration change around completely aren't guns maybe he didn't maybe he was sandbagging your chuck maybe he was sandbagging you and diane feinstein on immigration from the get go and maybe he sandbagging you on this gun business and on the tariffs much as i might not like him i don't know why people are vat surprised it was a campaign promise that he made he said he was going to do this and it was all part of the riff that he would get going on trade and how if if if if for other countries didn't deal with us fairly them and we're going to give michelle hence in if they didn't if they didn't take advantage of it he was gonna turn around and and and wreak havoc on them.

"bizet" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"bizet" Discussed on WTVN

"Situations like happened in the school you wouldn't be putting the onus on teachers who would have to be trained for it uh it's an idea at least and it may be worth trying it's going to be automatically rejected by people wanna keep and guns but i have ring in a in appealed to me much more than having teachers me the people carrying the burden of this i i agree with you i think that you really do need have professionals uh you know because they're you know they're trained in as an and when when it really comes to a an emerging situation they're the ones at least have had to experience with that and and uh some and i think that i think that's a really good idea a retired police officers uh and and uh uh and and also you know i think it's just keita reduce the access points to the school on uh on the on the teacher bizet's i've i've made no secret the fact that i am four personnel in schools that are carrying guns concealed carry whatever i have never then a a a loud voice for those people being teachers i think some could be if they can pass tests and so forth but the idea that teachers should carry the burden i'm not crazy they should give them some additional pay but you there's no reason you can't have professionally trained armed security in there but don't look like security there plainclothes and they're just suits they're walking around nobody knows are they really are the pass of office as as members of the administrative staff or what have you been that their bear and an purpose would know they're there wouldn't know who they are wouldn't know where they are but with no other there some deterrence in that look before you go i have to run something by you i saw you know i read a lot of tech blogs and the tech blogs all they all hate the nra they all i mean they're just they're perfectly they're just perfect leftists and one of the went out and found a trauma surgeon who said the reason we've got to stop the a rv dean is a pistol fired through a liver or kidney weaken save the oregon but an a rvd in obliterates the oregon and.

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"bizet" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"bizet" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Got a busy show here new york city justin hartley the actor from bizet's oz also in up bad moms christmas hurts he says he could see a lot of justin hartley in bad moms christmas and he's a handsome fit young man mike global the beach boys will stop by and a will he's the host a man versus food brian cranston is going to join us tucker beth third the country singer who gave us twenty chan's hanna say he joins us coming up a little bit later on as well poll questioned brought to you by travel channel make levin and what are we going to go with let's go with was oklahoma's punishment for baker mayfield real does that make says his real was it a real punishment or is this a symbolic punish okay who is calling for the punishment first of all because once it happen even the fallout from sunday or monday i didn't hear anybody saying he should be suspended but they decided to suspend well they didn't suspending they just said he's not starting and they took away from his captaincy he took they took the sea away from him yes who i wonder if given a events in recent years they're trying to put a stronger foot forward about discipline oh okay is it really the deal big foot their discipline wise a heisman candidate no but it says he's not starting what does that mean does he just missed one play yopal the minute west virginia goes up ten zero he's back in the game that's what it means our here's his head coach lincoln riley the oklahoma had coach on the decision to not start baker mayfield this decision was difficult a thicket support forever body here across the country to keep in perspective and we all lose it an odd other to even though i work with them every single day that not just baker but all these players across the country were still young men that they're not adults yet they're still learning they're still in that phase where you're going to make mistakes and them port thing is that you learn from woman grow from him and i think i think what we're setting ford here is going to provide baker an opportunity to do that i'd here's baker mayfield as he meets with the media to talk about being disciplined planet oh you something i always dreamed of.

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"bizet" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"bizet" Discussed on Double Toasted

"It's so great it's so it's it is it is such a an amazing world that they build here that the director wants to keep you in there as long as possible and you ain't going down because we better take a tore this world right here in his in his about his is like a two hour who you are going to be there for a while bringing lunch oh yeah should bring lunch and dinner because it's a with the as a maginitude bizet's movie is as as great as the representation of technology is here because the tech is great just like the just like this has a foot in the rid the movie i love the technology that they heavy where it's done it it's it's advanced is futuristic but just a small part of it is recognizable in the stuff that we use today the technology we use today in especially when you get to the virtual girlfriend you can buy it oh yeah oil e hey y'all fellas utech guys step it up all of these is funny how wouldn't when it comes to sex robots we've actually advance further than this movie we we got our priorities straight line we have we are close to getting the sex robots their walk talking but the soon sooner you well think about it that's what the replicates at least half of them are they they're so advanced that even their robots get to have virtual s a good sex girlfriend oh yeah oh yeah no it's it's it's a lotta recognizable technology this going on here which in the movie is far more advanced in its in his in his very funded to see is a lot of fun to watch that but being two and a half hours long.

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"bizet" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"bizet" Discussed on KOIL

"A warrant and privacy advocates say bit if you're going beyond that if you're if you're if you're spying on people and your age be it's just a bridge too far for the government to access computers without their consent or knowledge in and it's hap evil with the people who commit the crimes you know they they tap into their computers and they release information about their personal lives that only the courts dd here not the public and that's why i think due process is in jeopardy because the minute a person is accused of a crime the media can get into their files and say oh well they were on this kind of drug may have this type of problem before if somebody's business it's only the courts bizet's i believe but i know that i didn't immediately address the giant databreach of the credit report agency ecwa fax but i wanted to wait a little bit if you analyse visit try to find answers information end and give you you know what's going on in and how i see this is the beginning these of a conspiracy this isn't a theory okay conspiracy theories are theory this is most certainly a conspiracy of some kind i'm not necessarily you know i am got my finger on it yet and maybe you do and maybe you can tell me about this a triple eight six seven three three seven hundred plate you know we know that the company ecwa facts reported that from may through july identity thieves stole the personal information including social security numbers of one hundred and forty three million us consumers know this is not only created an uproar within the cyber security inputs that companies is also raised the eyebrows of conspiracy theories who have always been reporting live there is something brewing were hackers will use weaponized artificial intelligence to bring down the country's infrastructure remember this joe we did an artificial intelligence and now there was a group of a former black hats that met in las vegas had a convention they were talking and they asked the question how many black cats there were former black cats how do you believe that by 2018 there's gonna be some sort of a an attack on offense of attack using artificial intelligence as a weapon sixty two percent said it's going to happen next year so i think.

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"bizet" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"bizet" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"Val kilmer likes me look krim who larry access just a one odds the person will be like oh i got to star from that that's uh that's how i learned that sharon lawrence the star of nypd blue is a big jesse thorn fail non bragging just the truth that's fantastic she probably wouldn't even like you if you weren't verify there's no thinks she probably only likes verified no doubt about it i'll tell you one thing that really changed in my life when i became clear a fight yes is i became an insufferable prick of oh gently bragging about is yours overnight winner is sharon lorant yours you were show biz bizet's corn po night sky for a while i what i was and then and then i got verified and i became i became awful and i would lorded over everyone throw rattling orlina i was rammed lording it over every one but it's worth it suitable job alone so you i underlined but i can understand having reservations because you feel like you're putting on airs maybe or you feel where i get her just doing it because everyone says you should and you feel like your i feel like for me i didn't want to put a lot of effort into something that felt like it was proving that i was famous when shirt angus my feeling is that like i you know i'm i'm i'm doing fine but you know maybe if you so i've only been i've led a very blessed online existence in that i don't get fucked with a lot right like i don't have a lot of trolls once in awhile you know somebody will pop up or try and do a weird thing but you made two minutes basically done i've only been fucked with in mass once it was when i made that bernie sanders joke and i learned.

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"bizet" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"bizet" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"And at that point be cheaper and making more money on social security again yes right so it's not a bad thing yeah so so i think this is a matter of getting giving some education working you know find someone that can help you really understand what's going on and and and work at thro well and that speaks to what i know there was an agent that seoul that group disability policy right and you could contact the agency okay what's going on help me out here yup right and i think that um i think averages receiving a commission right six four or five sixty one sixty one eight our telephone number and i think that's banks speaks to what i wanted to allude to when you getting into purchasing a home it's more about the attitude verses the information more people of you know i think that our gentleman there was a little frustrates it will that's not fair well you know a it may not be fair but if you did you research you would have understood how many people look at their policies when they purchase of the policies you know through the group planning review the group plan okay i got group disability i'm all sat you know that kind of thing and no i guess the other question i have for you is if he receives social security disabilities at taxable depend on on on on i don't know the answer that i'm not i'm not a hundred censure i know that regular source scooters tax pool of your income was overwriting them out and right into my mind up being being the same sort of thing but if it's not let's say this guy's getting disability now becomes even more income as you said because of the fact is not a taxable anena be tax again if somebody listening out there knows the answer to that question i do a you know i'd have to look it up you know i was thinking as i was coming over here this morning again i'm no longer in the mortgage bizet's and you know i i.

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"bizet" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"bizet" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Nor we went through nor might lower michaels really liked the liked it was such a different moves in be areeta commie but once again it would no one wanted to make it uh it was stuck at paramount and the regime at that time just see them in the movie goes away your could still get gis it they won't put it in turn around they wouldn't give it to other places but it became the script that everyone read in hollywood was why won't you want they make that were like they want and they won't put it in turn around and so that was hurt but that was our first experience of just being in a room having the best time just kinda that's it that sounds like every terrible her hollywood started out everyone has like three of that's why it's yes incredibly cliche in its it's and it's but could just take that script them go to net flex back here guys and they really all here's we could live alpay ilford so many moves from it they would just how yeah you pick the carcass yet that's what put a grad the liver it the everts review with lynn carcass as the picked over carcass of a movie not even the toes were left bizet's this might as well be done so than you did old school without him we we wrote that i went and did old school shot it during my last season of snl did you know old school is going to be beg no no idea in fact they use was to come out in november and they held onto it till february there which is usually not a great sign um.

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