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Are Polls Light on Republican Numbers Vs a Beleaguered White House?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:20 min | Last week

Are Polls Light on Republican Numbers Vs a Beleaguered White House?

"You just some headlines why I think The White House is believed. Remember voting has begun America in Minnesota and Virginia. I believe a few other places Dow industrials fall into bear market. Blue chip index declines 330 points at 5th straight day down, CBI, White House plan to relieve student loan debt costs 400 billion. That is a Washington Post. It's repeated in The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal 400 billion, 400 billion, 400 billion. So inflation, they're just throwing 400 billion onto the fire. You know, David, I understand that the average of the polls appealed to some. But they had a Trafalgar without last night saying they still, we still pulling still did not get the Trump voter. They do not get rural Americans. They don't participate. I think these numbers are low for Republican turnout. And if I'm right, just indulge me. What's that mean if the pollsters are undercutting Republicans at this point? Well, look, the pollsters are under county Republicans, obviously, it's going to be a very good day versus just a good day for Republicans, right? I mean, if they're undercounting Republicans, then we could still be in a massive wage scenario. What I would caution about the undercounting of Republicans, which has been a thing in 2016 and in some polls in 2020, is this the 2018 midterm election polling was pretty darn good and pretty accurate. It showed us Republicans we're going to gain a couple of Senate seats on net, but also lose a couple of Senate seats. It showed us the Democrats were going to gain about 40 or so House seats and they did. And so some of this is a Trump phenomenon thing when Trump is on the ballot. But even in 20 with some massive polling misfires, it still showed us accurately that Arizona and Georgia were competitive competitive in a way they had not been previously. And even when you look at the 2016 polling, the underlying polling for House races in that cycle was all correct, which is why some people were able to understand that there was a good possibility Trump was going to win even when a lot of people didn't think he wouldn't. So sometimes they were pulling misfires that's something to consider. I think sometimes people lean on that too much when trying to game out. In other words, predict what's going to happen several weeks from now.

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"cbi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:51 min | 2 months ago

"cbi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of hot weather in July boosted sales in shops while spending on staycations surged, but growth and retail sales failed to keep up with soaring inflation as Bloomberg's Bloomberg's UN parks explains. A summer of toasty weather is boosting sales of clothes, electric fans and picnic food. Two separate reports also highlight that spending on staycations climbed as consumers opted to cut back on OC's travel as they faced soaring inflation. The British retail consortium said that its measure of resale sales rose 2.3% in July after a 1% growth of the month before, but inflation cut the volume of sales. Separately, bargain cars measure of consumer spending was 7.7% higher than a year ago last month, but industry experts are warning sales growth is being driven by inflation and the price of products are significantly higher than they were a year ago. In London, I'm your imparts been big day break Europe. Rishi sunak is promising to offer more support to households facing the cost of living crisis this winter if he becomes prime minister. The former Chancellor says he will fund the extra help by making savings across other government departments. Tony danker, head of the CBI business group, says the government needs to act now. I don't think it's right that we then all sit around for ten days, wait for a new prime minister to come in and then wait for ten to ten days to three weeks for them to get their head around the information. I think there's some very practical things the prime minister could be doing now. That was Tony danker, the head of the confederation for British industry, Rishi sunak's leadership rival, the foreign secretary Liz truss, says there will be no so called handouts and that her priority is reducing the tax burden. Rishi sunak is promising to offer more support to households facing the cost of living crisis this winter if he becomes prime minister, that's what we've just been hearing in that later story on the Tory leadership race, of course, something that we're watching very closely here on Bloomberg for you as well. It's time now for our stocks to watch Bloomberg's European equities and mid caps report our albertina tour soli joins us for that. Good morning to you. You've been watching retail stocks at this time reports that the UK heatwave booster chop sales. Absolutely the sector is not up much, but it's not a good day for stocks and it's actually outperforming a bit, not massive moves, but still some good news for some of these stocks that British retail stocks not only British ones present in the UK, but look, it's been a long spell of hot weather, which obviously boosted sales certain kinds of sales and shops. And there's also been spending on so called staycation, meaning that British consumers decided to stay home rather than Google abroad because of the surge in the cost of living. Obviously, the hot weather has had a good impact in terms of summer close. On the beverage front, there's also beer ice creams for food. But yes, we are seeing some good results on this front. The British retail consortium send its measure of retail sales were 2.3% in July after 1% growth a month before and then there was another report by Barclay card, which handles almost half of credit and debit card transactions in the UK. Now, while shopper splashdown clothing beauty products and electronics, for example, stands because it was so hot. There still is a warning, the volumes are overall down. It's just that the prices have gone up so much that the sales are up, but there still is the impact on inflation. So a bit of a warning signals that the trading situation and environment remains tough for these companies. So yes, a bit of a relief and positive outperforming stocks are outperforming, but not massive gains because the environment remains tough for all these companies. Yeah, really interesting to see how those retailers are dealing with the kind of ups and downs of that inflation picture. I was going to be looking at also some of the travel shares, the Swiss duty free operator, due free posting its results. Yes, there's actually quite a few tribal related companies reporting today. I do free shares are up 2.6%. This is the Swiss duty free store operator which recently announced the acquisition of the Italian company auto grille. Look, the results are actually good. There is a big comeback in air travel. So do freeze the company. You typically have the duty free store operator at airports, which has been having really a good run in the first half. The company had pre release sales, but not earnings. And what is the news today is actually the higher than expected earnings results, the profit. And also continued top line recovery in July, which also has obviously positive read across for other travel related stocks. Now

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"cbi" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

05:39 min | 2 months ago

"cbi" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Interview is key because of what, because of comparison, because we can get ten people on a Zoom Zoom call with gallery view. And we can essentially see the good from the bad. It's very, very easy to tell who's the top performer when you see all ten at once. It's very hard where you're interviewing them one by one by one. So the group interview is one of the biggest breakthroughs we've had for our internal recruiting, not just with sales, but for any position. And this works literally with any position. It can work with executives. It can work with salespeople. It can work with operations. Any position. And so essentially what you want to do in these group interviews is you want to just start by asking basic interview questions. And not calling on people, but seeing who jumps in first. And then who jumps in first, along with who has the most original responses, are the things you want to look for in this basic group interview screening call. Because a lot of people will model a lot of people won't take initiative number one. Secondly, a lot of people will play a C by modeling their answers off the leader. You can also see the differences in people's energy. And then finally, we end that interview off with asking the question. If we didn't hire you or sorry, you can't say yourself, but if you were me, who would you hire on this interview? And you can't say yourself. And they typically pick the top performer for you. So that also works. Then we move them to a one on one screening interview, then a mop call or some sort of skills assessment. Then we move into a scorecard interview, which is where we basically review the scorecard, kind of from the book, if you know where the book is. And that basically creates clear agreements on what the position is all about and the performance expected from the position. So that is how we interview them. Now, what is my interview process actually look like? So there's a couple of phases. There's introduction. There's work history. There's CBI. There's inputs. There's attitude, and then there's career fit. So let's break those down. Introduction is a little bit of rapport, and then I'll just ask what prompted you to reach out about the company. Is there anything interesting about this role? Just real basic stuff. I also float out a few qualifiers to make sure they're worth me talking to. So do they know it's a 100% commission? Do they know it's fully remote? Do they know it's full time? Just basic stuff to make sure like, okay, this person is, I could spend the half hour with this person not waste my time. Then we go into work history, which is also pretty basic. We want to outline their last repositions, what they did, what they accomplish, what were the KPIs where the results, and essentially see just kind of how those went, what they all the things I just said. And also, we want to see, did they make upper transitions? Like, is there an upward trajectory? A sideways trajectory, or downward trajectory, right? We want to look for the upward spiral momentum. The next thing is questions. So that's called competency.

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"cbi" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

05:33 min | 2 months ago

"cbi" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"And the guests on his podcast are solely their opinions and do not reflect the opinions of pop investments. You should not treat any opinion expressed by pomp or his guess as a specific inducement to make a particular investment or follow a particular strategy, but only as an expression of his personal opinion. This podcast is for informational purposes only. Darius Dale, how are you, my friend? What's up, bud? How you doing today? I am doing pretty well. Minus the 9.1% inflation that they are dealing with in the United States of America. Well, it's actually 11% if you look at it on a three month annualized basis, but who's counting? Let's start there. 9.1% is the June 2022 CPI data. You say 11% explain the difference. Yeah, so if you look at on a year over year rate of change basis, so like June of 2012, taking the percentage change from June of 21, you'd get wind up at 9.1%, but the more concerning issue is that we continue to accelerate on a trending basis. So looking at on a three month annualized percentage change basis, we actually came in at 10.6%. So the time series continues to move away from the fed's target and pushing us into a direction of more and more tightening. This report was a disaster across the board from the perspective of anybody who is anticipating on inflation a returning back towards China on any reasonable time frame or B anticipating a sort of what we've been talking about in the program or Federal Reserve ambulance sirens anytime soon. So when you see that, why do they use the 9.1%? The 12 month year over year versus the three month annualized. Is it because the 12 month looks better? Or is there some other argument? Well, no, so it's traditionally how you want to calculate time series for the most part. Particularly inflation, you want to look at it on a year over year basis, kind of take removes, all the seasonality, that tends to be associated with different cycles in the economy, housing, consumer cycles, et cetera, et cetera. And so that's the cleanest read on a time series for something like inflation. The problem is for COVID, we've had so many fits and starts as it relates to the different variants and the proliferation they're in, that it's been the time series on a year over year rate of change basis has been noisy to a degree. These inflation statistics are being flattered by some of the sort of advent of delta that we saw kind of at the beginning of delta that we saw in the summer of last year. But again, that's not the issue. The issue is that it actually is accelerating sequentially now if you look at it over the last three months and annualized that percentage change inflation on the headline basis is coming in at 10.6%. That's the fastest number we've seen in a few months, but more importantly, things like core inflation reaccelerating to where we at 6.7 .7% on a three month annualized basis. And my two favorite statistics is something we've been talking about literally all year on the program. Our median CPI and sticky CPI. So median CPI, what's the rate of change of all the different components of the entire CBI basket, there's hundreds of components. That is accelerating to 7.4% on a three month annualized basis, which means the median three month annualized rate of change of every single thing in the inflation basket is growing at a rate of 7.4%.

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"cbi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 6 months ago

"cbi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Already determined 9 billion pounds support package from 7 weeks ago now seems grossly out of touch The original thesis there was that energy bills would normalize by the winter Now the war in Ukraine is compounding the energy crisis So the belief is that Rishi will wait until the summer to act on that front ahead of the next autumn price cap rise for energy bills He is expected to waiver perhaps on the national insurance rise So 1.25% set to come into effect in April many calls for him to postpone this because economists have warned it could wipe out over 20 billion pounds of economic growth over the next decade It's been extremely polarizing within the party even repudiated by labor But in order to help mitigate this the Chancellor could raise the national insurance threshold to 12 and a half thousand pounds Okay so that would dampen down the impact of that tax rise But the reaction from labor and business lobby groups I noticed that this stand by you phrase from the Chancellor makes it into a lot of the papers in terms of the descriptor Yeah exactly I mean he has been the perennial leader of crisis management over the last two years So labor think that he should impose a tax windfall on the oil behemoth such as Shell and BP But Rishi sunak is weary this could be a disincentive when he wants energy security at home The CBI they're calling for tax cuts to stimulate the private sector following on from a previous policy of Rishi sunak So it would reduce businesses taxable profits by 100% of the amount invested The CBI I think this will incentivize investment beyond political cycles The BCC two key points they want to see happen immediately a delay to that national insurance rise by one year and a temporary energy price cap for small businesses Okay Laura let's see then what.

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"cbi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

09:18 min | 10 months ago

"cbi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It is a slim down session today as the world slowly returns from the festive holiday season Hong Kong Australian Canadian and UK markets are all closed today Asian stocks were mixed U.S. equity features are steady and cautious trading as coronavirus cases do surge globally S&P 500 and NASDAQ 100 contracts edged up following an all time high for U.S. stocks before the Christmas break But it's a different picture in Asia where markets were in the red MSCI Asia Pacific is lower one tenth of a percent The topics is also down nearly 5 tenths of a percent the nikkei is also down four tenths of a percent And if we have a look at the U.S. futures their pointing higher so they're in the green S&P 500 features at one tenth of a percent and the NASDAQ the tech heavy index says up to tenths of a percent A quick check on European futures here is stocks 50 futures are dipping they lower 0.3% and in the commodity sector WTI and Brent crude are both lower So that was a quick day to check for you just at the top of the show And I want to bring you one of our top stories from the UK where the prime minister will review new coronavirus data today to see if any further restrictions should be introduced right here in England In Scotland groups of people meeting will be limited to three households and nightclubs are being forced to close in both Wales and in Northern Ireland Boris Johnson is expected to meet with his ministers later today to discuss possible ways to try to spread the surge of coronavirus across England Now what we're going to do is go on to one of our top interviews looking at what is next for the economy right here in the UK According to the head of the CBI the country's biggest business lobby group Boris Johnson must reverse decades of benign neglect of British regions and reduce London's dominant position in the British economy The idea really chimes with the prime minister's idea of of course leveling up but the CBI points out that the agenda has been driven by politics and politicians not businesses and what regions need is economic growth Karen Bill and moria president of the CBI joined Bloomberg radio early this year and daybreak Europe's house Caroline hecker asked him does a CBI think the government is really committed to engaging with business to deliver economic growth We've been working very collaboratively with the government throughout the pandemic In fact so much of so many of the measures that we have had that have saved the economy saved businesses thousands of businesses millions of jobs have been done in absolute sync working closely with the CBI whether the job retention scheme the further scheme whether it's the push for natural flow testing that we now have available free in all businesses and homes In every aspect we've been working very very closely with government And when it comes to leveling up we it's something I personally have been shouting from the rooftops for years about clusters and the power of trust is the power of places that Cambridge with the university had centered and the tech cluster that emerged from it with arm and acorn and then our life science discussed it with AstraZeneca ox we talk about obviously as any good but AstraZeneca has actually headquartered in Cambridge So you've got a life sciences cluster and the potential for these clusters around the country is absolutely huge So the government has this ambition and we are now helping and we're announcing a new initiative for thriving regions that we want to work with government to help them with their leveling opportunities which I think is absolutely crucial Okay La villa Moore the CBI is calling for a leveling up playbook That to me sounds remarkably like an actual written plan for what leveling up means and the phrase has been around for well over a year What metrics though would you apply to success And we talk about clusters What would the metrics be that you would want to see if this leveling up agenda is to actually be committed pen to paper Absolutely because talk is one thing in action is another thing and what we have in a position to see guys the largest business organization in the country present in every region of the country of the United Kingdom We have our regional councils our regional directors We are in touch with businesses on the ground We speak for a 190,000 businesses 200 trade associations from the national farmers unit resource society So we do know what's happening with business on the ground We are able to convene If I give you an example of cop 26 I was on a panel of 26 talking about how in homicide and that has one of the highest levels of carbon emissions at any industrial cluster in the country And there we have the leader of how city council is the chance of the university My self as president CBI we had the senior partners EY the only big four firm that we had record the company's origins of their investment I can make it work Okay but I'm giving you a specific example of how we make clusters work is by bringing everyone together on the ground making things happen Oh no and that sounds fantastic And obviously the work of the CPI is sounds excellent But I suppose what I'm asking for is what would you want from government in terms of the metrics There seems to be a plea from the CBI for the government to engage much more and that's what Tony dankers seems to be saying and you So what would be the metrics then that you would want to see government looking at in order to deliver in terms of economic growth And let's be let's be fair about this government of the day has tried this You've had a blessed the local enterprise partnerships You've had different ways government of tried to make this happen in the past Some of it not that successfully So we're saying we are going to find a way of doing this by doing it on the ground giving lessons from the ground and then you can make it work I'll give you another example And chance of the university at cop 26 we have the world's first retrofitted hydrogen powered train Prince Charles was on the train the prime minister was on the train I chaired a meeting on that trade That was earned research project from students going back to 2012 and now there's a train world's first and only happened because the university working with porterbrook the rolling stock company and innovate finance the UK government helping out as well So the three has to come together in a region and you produce something that's well beating them first in the world That's totally possible If you have this approach Yeah and the CBI is pointed the industries of the future where the UK could succeed So BioTech space cybersecurity Nobile in the past though you've talked about labor shortages businesses are obviously huge concerned around this and they've hampered the recovery Are they getting any better I know you obviously speak to so many businesses all the time The labor shortages persist I was at a big industry event the national Asian career awards yesterday almost a thousand people in London and everyone I spoke to every restaurant that I spoke to was suffering from labor shortages This is across all sectors And again we've been saying to the government please when there is a time of emergency activate the labor emergency shortage lists You have the migration advisory committee make that more powerful like the independent policy monetary policy committee of the Bank of England that independently sets interest rates have a migration advisory committee that is not just academics but economists and business people that regularly whether it's every two months whether it's every quarter First of the government we've done an analysis sector by sector you need to allow so many thousand people in for drivers or butchers or welders and give them a one year or two year temporarily Visa and that's what we recommend the government should act on that to address labor shortages because we are really suffering from them Just very briefly that very short term Visa does that work there The HGV drivers the government tried to give three months of eases to and the industry said that's not enough It doesn't work You've got to make That's why you need something like an independent body that says a reasonable period of time that is practical that would attract people to come over to do give three months and have it ending before Christmas Of course that's not going to work And the government did listen to that That's not the right approach And that's all the more reason why we the government should listen to us and have reasonable lengths whether it's a year whether it's two years we're not seeing open the doors to immigration at all We're saying we need when there are labor shortages we must address them for the benefit of our own economy That was cannon bitter moria president of the CBI speaking to Caroline Hebrew then Another person who has helped wade in on the economic art look this year has bloomed by being our Bloomberg opinion columnist.

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"cbi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:37 min | 10 months ago

"cbi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Immigration at all We're saying we need when there are labor shortages we must address them for the benefit of our own economy That was Karen Billy Morris President of the CBI speaking to Caroline hepc Another person who has helped weigh in on the economic outlook this year has been our Bloomberg opinion columnist Marcus ashworth Last week he spoke to Tom McKenzie and Caroline Hebner about how central banks react to foster inflation will drive the financial markets in the coming year take a listen You Mark Gilbert had been looking at the charts that tell the story for next year We can't visualize that on radio We can talk about them though Give us some of the highlights Some of the things that you think will stand out as we look past the commotion of today's market action and into next year Well I actually think today's market action is very simple We've got obviously year end coming up which enables probably a very large amount of stock selling to rebalance back in the bonds anyway and in that this potential rug pull from the Manchin into what is we expected to be very large fiscal stimulus for the next year In fact doesn't happen I still think there's a chance he might get James Brown like pull back into agree to something or other But I mean Goldman's princess have not 1% of their quarter one GDP target Another half of the following quarter And again the third quarter this is going to be fairly sizable for downgrading growth in the U.S. which therefore sort of knocks on the rest of the world Now the UK is actually planning to reduce fiscal stimulus Alongside reducing monetary stimulus as we know the fed is and it just really leaves ECB there on its own sort of trying to keep the stimulus ball rolling but I mean we are going to have less love from monetary and governmental authorities next year And that is the punch bowl metaphor we're trying to use which is that there's going to be a stand on our own and it's clear that stock markets don't like it Yeah absolutely does it kill the kind of bull market in stocks but also you talk about there being more competition unleashed by all of this in terms of government bonds too Yeah I mean that's the correlate At some point it's you look at the ten year yield down at one 36 one 37 You think when will bonds ever offer a decent return But for the moment everyone's panicking out of stocks into bonds and as I said the yearend reset So what happens next year once things settle down it may well be as governments for how to issue lots of bonds not be less QE being sucked out and therefore buying from the central banks the markets will have to stand on its own two feet a bit more and that could well see bond yields rise The question is does that meet investor demand as people think we had a great year in 2021 in stocks You look at U.S. up and you say 25% And I feel the markets in the Canada are doing things similar sort of plus 20 gains Will that be replicated in 2022 Probably not We might get a positive view but it might be the low single figure something like that Therefore bonds come a little bit more attractive and maybe that will see that only if yields rise to an attractive level which I'm talking close to 2% for ten years in the U.S. That was Bloomberg opinion columnist Marcus ashworth speaking to Tom McKenzie and Caroline hepker now still ahead on daybreak Europe we're here about a woman's member's club trying to empower women in the workforce that.

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"cbi" Discussed on Fix It 101

Fix It 101

08:07 min | 10 months ago

"cbi" Discussed on Fix It 101

"Pants. You know, now Jeff's. Jeff will always tell you thought out and get a new one. So that is the correct thing to do. But if they don't have the money for that right now before Christmas. Is there a crack repair that these folks can. It depends on where the crack is. I mean, if it's down in the base, your toes. Okay. If it's up on the side, you could probably call it. But it's got to be a temporary no matter what. It's kind of like doing a root canal. You're not going to do it yourself. And it's not expensive. I mean, there's a couple people in town that can really repair fiberglass like it should be done. I guess you could go to a big box store and get a fiberglass repair kit and try it. You can, and I have tried. I have never been able to make the fiberglass kitchen. I can make a lot of those kits work and patches and things like that for some reason. I did better with bondo than I did in the fiberglass. It's just, that's what I was bonded would be better than that 5%. Because the problem is, is that a fiberglass tub is going to move every time you get in it. Right. It's going to and then you put that water and people water is heavy. Yes, 7 pounds of gallon. It is heavy. I got a story about that. So my dad used to build and he told me a story about a guy down in Bella and her father and I don't know his own third floor he filled the tub up, got in it and he ended up in the basement. Somebody didn't brace that up, right? Right. All right, Michael's on the line and Perl has got a comment about the previous show, man. I don't know why you set us up by giving us this call, but Michael go ahead. Morning. I'm here. Yeah, a couple months back. You had a fellow on the show called Carlos. It was talking about kitchen updates. And he presented himself so well that came up for us to do some kitchen work and we called him. And I was blown away by this guy's work. Really? That's fantastic. Measured everything, set it all up. We had one drawer that wasn't quite straight when he was done. He came back spent an afternoon squaring it up and we're just thrilled to death. Also, that is fantastic. Yeah. I ran into Carlos soon after the show, and he said that it really helped. And he's just a nice guy. Very cool. He did cabinets. What was his thing? We read all the kitchen cabinets, and he painted the files, all the existing wood put up the new doors. I mean, we had to wait a couple of weeks or the doors to come in, but once he came in with his crew in and out in two days. Man, that's amazing, fantastic. I love to hear what a construction project goes well. I won't be ending. So thank you, Michael. I appreciate that. We love hearing it. And thank you. Thank you for having a morning and illuminating us. Yes, sir. Okay, I appreciate it. I got a question for Jeff. Talk about cabinet doors. You said a couple weeks ago that they're hard to get in. Is that still the case? It's not. It's getting better. We're back to a week or so. How that's not bad? No. That's within someone's exit. Exactly. Right. Now, I don't know what happened to all the window makers in this country. But they're all in Key West or something because they're in the Woods. You can not get a window. Wow, period. That's spooky. Isn't that funny? Like it's one thing. It's a killer. It's hurting our cash flow. It's hurting. It's hurting the profitability on our houses because the houses are sitting there with nothing being able to be done except charge a new interest. So yeah, the supply chain is a real deal. And I've always said, if we buy it from this country, it's not setting out there on a cargo ship somewhere, so you need to think about that when you buy stuff. But the windows aren't coming from they're coming from inside the country. And we still have a supply chain. So I got a question about whenever you're building a house and you're trying to close in that envelope. When the window is not coming in, you're stuck and not being able to do stuff on the inside because the windows are not here. Well, it depends on your comfort level. Now, the things we're doing, we back when it was warm and we could count on that every day. We just put tyvak over the whole. Now that we're into a rainy season, we are actually putting out full sheets of OSB there, screwing those to the openings. That's a kind of wood, by the way. Yeah, oriented. And then, of course, we can still use that for our decking and things of that nature. So if you go in a new construction and be as over the windows, because that's what's happened in my neighborhood. And I was like, why is he putting that OSB over the windows and trying to look? I wanted to let folks know because we're at Christmas in the season. And unfortunately, this is the time of the year for scams. And you know what? It's happening in this industry. Some of those scams. Here are two that I took just from our local news, just from Mississippi news in the past month. And you guys probably have heard of these, but I'm gonna go ahead and read this. All right, and tupelo CBI reported a man accused of impersonating an exterminator. Now under arrest, tupelo police, a man convinced an elderly resident that he was a professional bug killer, while preparing to spray the apartment the man allegedly stole several credit cards. Anyway, cops caught up to him, got him. Just when someone comes to your home selling a product, let's see some credentials. Let's see some things like that. We're not going to let somebody in the house that was not at least certified in something. Anyway, that's the first scam that I saw. The second one you guys may have heard, this was an all over the news. I kind of had to laugh, but it was terrible, really. Did you guys hear about the. Pine straw bandits? No. Yeah. Oh my God. There's a lot of things I would maybe even think about taking the pasta. That's not the scam. Check out this scam. Okay, ranking county sheriff's department received a call from a resident claiming that a group of men came by their house wanting to put out pine straw for $7 a bail. The men claimed that it would only take a few bales and would be done shortly. Instead, the sheriff department said when the work was completed, the man claimed it took more than 379 bales. $2600. The homeowner's mother, of course, was home, wrote them a check. Cops caught out of caught up with him at the bank. So they didn't get away with it. But just remember, when you're talking with people, and remember, this is two separate scams where someone came to your door looking for work and money. So just be careful of that. Oh, yeah. Yeah, well, I had some friends call me because somebody told him they had bats in the attic and was going to charge them X number of dollars as you do nothing until I come over. Nothing. And so I went and Thanksgiving dinner and then I went looking for bats and I didn't find a single one. If someone's knocking on your door as busy as everyone is. Yeah. Turn away. Yeah. Just don't even answer it because there's no reason to contractor should be knocking over anyone's door right now. Right now. And here's some of the things Rockford register star just put this out. And you guys, we've talked about this before, but they put out a house gamers tend to operate within the industry. And here's what they say. They show up at your door unexpectedly..

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"cbi" Discussed on The Media Show

The Media Show

05:39 min | 11 months ago

"cbi" Discussed on The Media Show

"And then a kind of a second interview began. He didn't leave. So we recorded another ten minutes, and then we got up. And he still didn't leave. He was chatting away, and he said, I've just spoken of Letterman Putin, you know. And I told Vladimir that I was going to give an interview to the BBC. And Vladimir said, oh, send my best wishes to the BBC. I don't know if that's true. That's what he said. And then he said, don't be upset, by the way, things have gone, you asked for this interview. He seemed to think it had gone well for him, which was quite interesting. And then off he walked. Fascinating, Steve, thank you very much for sharing the story behind the interview. We really appreciate it that Steve Rosenberg joining us live from Moscow. You can find the full interview both on iPlayer and also on YouTube. Now, evidently, Steve's interview has very much cut through. Though the degree to which it'll impact on Belarusian politics will see because of the way that Lukashenko runs the country. But if we turn our attention to politics stories in the UK, let's consider how and why some of those stories have a lot more impact than others, and we very much had a case study this week. The speech at the CBI, I'm sure most of you listening heard it in some form, the prime minister lost his place for over 20 seconds. He compared himself to Moses at one point, and he also said this. Yesterday I went as we all must. To pepper pig world. I don't know if you've been to Peppa pig world, who's been depends on anybody who's been to pepper big world. Not enough. Not that many people had been to prepare for big world at that CBI event, but let's assess whether this is a political storm that will pass or something that may have longer resonance, anoushka is still staying with us as is Chris Williams from The Daily Telegraph..

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"cbi" Discussed on The Media Show

The Media Show

05:51 min | 11 months ago

"cbi" Discussed on The Media Show

"Hello, this week, we want to explore what makes a political story matter. And what makes a particular story, however important it feels at the time, soon, be forgotten. We'll talk to the BBC, Steve Rosenberg about his remarkable interview with the president of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko will consider the change of editor at the daily mail and how much influence he will have over the stories that stay with us, and we need to talk about Peppa pig. I'm sure most of you saw the prime minister's speech at the CBI. It was an eventful affair. Let's begin the program by quickly speaking to Anushka Astana deputy political editor at ITV news, hi Anushka. I assume ITV covered Peppa pig? We certainly did cover.

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"cbi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:44 min | 11 months ago

"cbi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And it's 1130 a.m. in Dubai I'm used to Kubernetes And I'm Caroline heparin lodge in a very good morning You're listening to Bloomberg daybreak Europe so but I still have made a pretty chaotic speech to business leaders at the CBI Keir Starmer a much clearer pitch saying labor believe in business as a force for good in itself I thought those were interesting lines to emerge This as we got some interesting news from president Joe Biden So reconfirming Jay Powell to a second term renominating him and la brainard as vice chair at the fed in terms of the market reaction then the treasury yields in the dollar jumped on that news and the dollar at the moment is actually down The tenth of 1% on the bid back dollar spot index so softening no cash treasury trading as Japan is closed for holiday this morning Also stock sinking on the Hank saying down 1% MSCI Asia Pacific off by two tenths of 1% Futures also deeply in the red for Europe which is battling another wave of COVID You're sort of 50 feet down by 1% S&P 500 evenly futures also dropping three tenths of 1% Oil pulling back 1% at 75.99 There's this battle between the U.S. and whether or not it taps strategic oil reserves versus OPEC plus that says it may retaliate and iron or has been searching this morning Yusuf So there was a sigh of relief from markets of the U.S. president Joe Biden decided to keep your own palace chair of the fencing he used to write person to lead the Central Bank through the recovery On our country was hemorrhaging jobs last year and there was panic in our financial markets Jay's steady and decisive leadership helped to stabilize markets and put our economy on track to a robust recovery Jay is a believer in the benefits of what economists call maximum employment His nomination through broad bipartisan support I also defend would use its tools to support the economy and the labor market and prevent higher inflation for becoming entrenched Biden picked government in the brain art as vice chair by going with paladin probably avoided a tough Senate confirmation battle Yeah speaking of central banks just dropping on the Bloomberg terminal a few interesting lines from Isabel schnabel ECB Official the ECB shouldn't pre commit over too long a time span and she sees the risks to inflation being skewed to the upside so that in terms of Isabel schnabel the patient extent of it if the inflation rate drop is more uncertain so that from the ECB And then just continuing the story around oil that I mentioned in the data check OPEC plus is warning that the cartels likely to respond to these plans by the U.S. to release reserves This sets up a fight for control of the energy market potentially blew back understands that Joe Biden is expected to announce plans to release oil from its stockpiles along with China India Japan and South Korea OPEC plus officials say that that sort of releases on justified the group may have to reconsider plans to add more oil production when they meet next week And we've got some earnings as well from Zoom where we had some earnings overnight Zoom's shares fell in late you were straining the company reported smaller than expected number of large customers Bloomberg's Dunkirk has the details Zoom gave a sales forecast for the current quarter above estimates even so there are concerns about a slowdown in the number of large clients signing on to use the platform By that metric there was a shortfall The market has been monitoring to see whether zoom's online meeting platform remains in wide use It was ubiquitous throughout the pandemic but many in person activities are resuming and zoom faces rising competition from companies like Microsoft and Google zoom shares are down nearly 30% this year In New York I'm Doug Chris Bloomberg daybreak Europe But there's a few of our top stories Let's get the latest now in global.

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"cbi" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"cbi" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

"As we reach a close to Questions for you number one can give us your quick take on yesterday's inflation print which came in a five point three percent exactly at what was expected. But i think if you remove a food and energy was lower than expected so some people are saying inflation has proved to be transitory. Your thoughts on that and then a viewer wants to know what you think. On of japan all star with inflation so it was incrementally confirming of our long hailed transitory view. We've always been in the transit camp You know part of the reason for us being transfer campus. 'cause we have we were you know not not not dominant or not realize yet to negative dumb enough to not realize that. It's the fiscal The record fiscal also. We saw the first. Half year was transitory reopening. Dan pulse there so she that was transitory. And obviously the deflationary base affects of the spring of last year are also transitory therefore the five percent headlines. Cpi resent core cpi and the group percent plus a core pc data points. Were likely to be transferred as they're coming straight down anytime soon likely to remain sticky it for other reasons like shelter. Cpi still already. But the reality is it's transitory and that's what we saw with the data. You know couple. Thanks to call out a particular accord goods. Cdi which is ralph by chain. Disruptions are occurring actually slowed eighty basis points seven point seven percent year. That's a three month low but that any basis point celebration was the slow hours sharp deceleration. We've seen since june of nineteen eighty-three. I wasn't even born in nineteen eighty three. So that's a long time ago. The annualized rate of course the is cut by ninety percent since april. Now it's only at one point two percent so the that was a big question for a lot of investors particularly you know you go back to that That april cbi report which released on may twelfth. That was kind of like the beller. That's shot up about four percent remembering that everyone started going all. I got inflation. And we've been doing omega inflation. Ever since the reality is ever. Since that day bonds are outperforming stocks commodities and crypto a total return basis since so god inflation miss the point about the inflation cycle peaking enrolling right when our model suggests that they would final question about japan dairy spiel about japan. let's take the equity market so we'll start the market on japan a couple weeks ago. the baggage fat. Check me on that I wanna say a couple of weeks ago broke out to bob. Bullish from the perspective of our volatility momentum signal happened neutral for awhile so wherever you know the dynamics that were causing japan into slower to contract the equity market terms actually got resolved to the outside and so to me. I think that might be a stealth leading indicator alongside the outperformance commodities. In the last month as okay the world is actually starting to move past delta Delta since the beginning of august middle july and now the world started sending signals that.

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"cbi" Discussed on The Academic Minute

The Academic Minute

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"cbi" Discussed on The Academic Minute

"Although universal basic income or you. Bi is not a new idea. Recent political campaigns have reenergized interest in it. You be is a broad category policy. Proposals that involve sending direct payments set at or near a living wage to all people regardless of demonstrated need mirrors around the us developing guaranteed income programs for their communities inspired by the idea of you and a time when people are struggling at historic levels. That said many of the local pilot programs fall. Short of the ideal of many are not universal and most do not provide a living wage however even these experiments can still achieve important goals including providing data. The challenges many of the negative. Miss about you. Bi while also benefiting the participants you be i experiments up to this point. Show the providing direct payments to people improve their lives and benefit the economy at the same time understanding how the local experiments diverged from upi can illuminate the ways that these pilots can leave the foundation for progress towards a more far-reaching you bi system in order to be maximally. Valuable in relation to that goal local guaranteed income. Projects need to do at least three key things involved. More people provide larger sums of money to the participants and they need to provide the income for longer periods of time or more expansive. You've i programs which are best funded by increasing taxes on the wealthy are more controversial. The more expansive. Cbi program is the more likely it is that the beneficiaries will make longer term changes to their lives which include going back to school and spending more time with their families and in their communities unexpansive. You can even begin to change how people think about their relationship to work and their views on her capitalist economic system that regularly leave so many behind

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Bryant Sculos, Worcester State University, Learning From Basic Income Pilots

The Academic Minute

01:43 min | 1 year ago

Bryant Sculos, Worcester State University, Learning From Basic Income Pilots

"Although universal basic income or you. Bi is not a new idea. Recent political campaigns have reenergized interest in it. You be is a broad category policy. Proposals that involve sending direct payments set at or near a living wage to all people regardless of demonstrated need mirrors around the us developing guaranteed income programs for their communities inspired by the idea of you and a time when people are struggling at historic levels. That said many of the local pilot programs fall. Short of the ideal of many are not universal and most do not provide a living wage however even these experiments can still achieve important goals including providing data. The challenges many of the negative. Miss about you. Bi while also benefiting the participants you be i experiments up to this point. Show the providing direct payments to people improve their lives and benefit the economy at the same time understanding how the local experiments diverged from upi can illuminate the ways that these pilots can leave the foundation for progress towards a more far-reaching you bi system in order to be maximally. Valuable in relation to that goal local guaranteed income. Projects need to do at least three key things involved. More people provide larger sums of money to the participants and they need to provide the income for longer periods of time or more expansive. You've i programs which are best funded by increasing taxes on the wealthy are more controversial. The more expansive. Cbi program is the more likely it is that the beneficiaries will make longer term changes to their lives which include going back to school and spending more time with their families and in their communities unexpansive. You can even begin to change how people think about their relationship to work and their views on her capitalist economic system that regularly leave so many behind

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"cbi" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

We Saw the Devil

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"cbi" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

"Few texas suzanne that morning to wish her a happy mother's day to the time that neighbors reached out to him. When macy mallory contacted them a looking for their mother and commander walker also noted and made sure to to enforce the the fact that berry never once called the police also in this case there are more than one hundred and ten search warrants issued. The first search warrant was on may eleventh twenty twenty just one day. After suzanne went missing and that one also included the vehicles all of the family members were removed from the home and then it was given back to them may twentieth so none of them actually had the ability to gather belongings clothing or personal effects. The second search of the home happened on july ninth and included fourteen. Fbi officers seven. Cbi agents and six chafee county deputies. But let's get into the details. That i find so interesting guys. Never in a million years. Did i think that this would be have been introduced to a case. Because it's the first time i've ever seen it. But we have a spy pan. A spy penn is involved. Apparently suzanne more few and her friend. Sheila oliver exchanged many many many many text messages. I mean of course they did. They were best friends. They were college roommates. They've known each other for over thirty years. This point in the preliminary hearing this is when we start getting into you. Suzanne's personal life how she was interacting with friends. This is an inside view to susan's world. And some of the most important text messages between the two of them happened between september. Twenty nineteen and march of twenty twenty and in court. They just started projecting these text messages up onto the screen. So one message. Suzanne told sheila quote says he loves me and can't handle the pain from me not giving him the love he needs does not mention all the damage. He's done to me physically mentally in another type. She wrote quote told him. I'm done that. I need peace. Not sure what's next and quote and he tries us money as tool in the girls. I didn't take the bait and earlier. I mentioned that she was battling cancer. While she was getting cancer treatments she was still undergoing these treatments. after fighting off hodgkin's lymphoma not only once but twice and apparently berry would hang money over her head and ask her how she expected to pay for her cancer treatments. If they ended up getting divorced in another text as sheila suzanne referred to bury as jekyll and hyde saying he won't speak of divorce begging for another chance. I'm so torn. But in my heart i know who he is. And suzanne apparently suspected that berry was having an affair so she and sheila discuss this at at lanes and sheila suggested that she should get a.

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"cbi" Discussed on Court Junkie

Court Junkie

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"cbi" Discussed on Court Junkie

"Dripping blood anywhere over here with more on board and it was on a couple of drops right in in alexei ended up nowhere else. He asked her if she ever told the fbi about the blood in the house and she said no they didn't ask. She said she didn't mention it. On dr phil either because no one asked. Cbi investigator kevin torres testified that when he tested marks truck with luminol he did see a reaction initially but that upon retesting it was negative. Richard swayze was another coworker. Who worked with mark at united pipeline. He said he saw mark on the morning of november nineteenth and that mark looked happier than he had ever seen him. He said he was sober clearer and happy and kept talking to him. Richard alan boom a forensic scientists initially from the netherlands told the court that he examined the physical evidence and photos from the loop. Latah county sheriff's office. He said he didn't see any blood on mark's clothing he also testified that if some sort of blunt force trauma had occurred in mark's living room he would expect to see more blood however on cross. He said that blunt force injuries could result in very little blood. He was also asked by prosecutors. If it's likely that the rug was later placed on top of the bloodstain after it was wiped up. And he said yes. Cynthia kramer a forensic biologist with the cbi told the court about dna samples that were tested. She said in february two thousand twenty. The defense team asked her to analyze a beer. Can that had been found. Near the scene of dylan's initial remains. She determined that the sample belonged to a man and she was able to exclude mark. Mark's brother corey and dylan. one of the defenses. Last witnesses was a woman named angela lee. Who used to work as a carrier for the postal service..

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"cbi" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"cbi" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"They're not going to be around and the other thing. They have to get rid of his the three inning or the three batteries for the pictures. Yeah i don't hear people complaining about that as much and also the shift they're gonna look into eliminating shifts all the people out there that problems with that the look into all of those things but next year there's gonna be a work stoppage so none of it matters right. It doesn't it Expire after this year. The cbi so there'll be a work stoppage strike and we'll talk about that and people hate baseball and take a major. You know it's amazing. I just walked my word. I don't think people like francisco endure garrett cole. You only way it's a work. Stoppage is if the owner stop it. I i don't see the players striking. I can say that i do not see the players striking. There's hey hey each other. I i understand that but the players also hate each other as as evidenced by getting the spider attack them. Yeah josh donaldson of the world's shore. I wonder if he's available. I do they is. I believe is available..

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David Kellum, Voice of Ole Miss, Talks About How He Got His Start at Ole Miss

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:55 min | 1 year ago

David Kellum, Voice of Ole Miss, Talks About How He Got His Start at Ole Miss

"David kelham. Who is the voice of the ole miss rebels He's been part of that program for going on for decades And you know what a time to be at ole miss with the football program under lane kiffin the basketball program doing quite well and then the baseball program only being number one in the country we had One of the stars of the team on the other day and david. I know. Fridays are pretty busy times with baseball and everything. But we appreciate you making time for us and how are you sure doing great polyp sitting at the box waiting for us to play belmont here at six thirty our time. So it's great. You called me the perfect time but good to be only. I have seen this before in her different friends. But i would be intrigued the because sometimes it takes a long time to get a a prime job like you have now especially with the the just the absolute zeal for almost baseball but You apparently got started pretty early. Yep i started basically in highschool to be honest with that kind of tricked tricks my way into this job I was a senior in high school. My mother was professor suter. Don't miss and i used to hang out of her office a lot and radio. Tv was under theater and campus radio station which was w cbi at that. Time was carrying ole miss baseball and it was on cable. Only the students were gone. The professors were known. This guy comes blowing out of the station ex. My mother's office and he's gotta find somebody these games. Everybody's gone and so. I told him i said i can do him. He said who are you. Don't even go was and so. He thought hosted freshman. Ole miss which i was not as a senior high school. But i did the seventy seven. Sec tournament for ole miss on the campus radio station as a eighteen year old. So that's how. That's how. I got my and they hired by the local radio station. The final years that this jack you know how that goes and started doing baseball and seventy eight. It's baseball and women's basketball through. Eighty eight became the lead announcer in football men's basketball and continue to baseball in eighty nine. I mean that's i'm always Always admire people not only for for excelling but being able to to stay in a job. That long. And i don't mean that i mean and i say that because there's all misses the perfect exception it is the perfect example there. There are a lot of changes that have happened then. You never really know what's going to happen. I've seen it firsthand with When when i first started in birmingham legendary voice of the crimson tide was out with a new a new administration. How how how do you hang on. And i don't mean hang on. How do you stay in the job like that. For for as long as you do considering the politics of of intercollegiate athletics. Just don't criticize the coaches and you told a long time ago point. Because they rarely they rarely pop up these jobs to. There's more opportunity now. I teach a class at old miss. We're not teaching this spring because of the pandemic but i teach sportscasting class. And when i got my shot to be in radio radio was basically it. I mean you didn't have the live streaming opportunities the podcast opportunities and all the things that are going on today And so it has been difficult. But it's funny. you should mention. I've had kids through the years that like meet the rebels day would come up to me and say i'm gonna have your job someday and i soon i've got a few more years. You know thinking back my mind but this past year A kid said that's means that ten years old and hit him. Like you might be the one because i put in a tiny years this point when i got started John waters at tennessee. Larry months was the georgia jim. Five was it auburn jet crystal. Was it stay. You had k would lead for Kentucky rely at alabama. Mickey floor. Jim halt on lsu had just started a little bit before me. And then of course. Later we get all eels outta arkansas about voltage for south carolina and more recently dave south from texas mike kelly from missouri. But that list of names Just incredible announcers across this leaks. And when i first got in the youngest announcing the sec felt very very fortunate. The following year Our buddy west. Durham came in Demand or bill before we went to go to georgia tech. He became the second youngest announcer. We're sitting at a football media days in birmingham which of course you know all about vendor several of them and we're not a little broadcast meeting we're looking around the room and some of those names that just mentioned for sitting there and westland over to me now. He's got a legendary dad. He grew up with and woody but he said you intimidated. I said apps so We were surrounded by that early in our careers which is really really cool. And unique to get to know those men and lean on those that we were kinda the young bucks at the time and that we've kind of become not necessarily legends but longevity We're we're the ones that have been around a while.

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How Real Estate Sells Cars with Gina McCartney

Talking Automotive

07:21 min | 1 year ago

How Real Estate Sells Cars with Gina McCartney

"Gina, welcome to . the It show is great to have you speaking to us today. Maybe just to kick things off can you maybe just tell us a bit about Gina McCartney - who you are and some background. . to thank Yes, I'm yourself sure, you so Gi for na McCartney having me here today. Super excited to see both. So my background if i go back to perhaps my brief - youth and into professional career. I really my whole life was distant creative: sculpting, painting, designing and off the back of that passion went to uni studied creative advertising and was destined. ..my path was to become a art director . My very early career was in advertising agencies and spent ten years ing servic some like pretty big clients ilo, . kohl's meyer group. Cbi off foundation and then some order client bmw and many were because of mine and it was during that time that i realized how much i loved as and surprised no surprise. I joined renault. Stralia and joining renault at the time was at a really pivotal point for the business. And that was all about preaching and finding every possible opportunity we could in the market and myra was to introduce the sierra digital program. Really lift the capability of the dealer network from a lead management perspective. Sur getting out outta rot on building confidence back in the network that we were providing leads to them in generating value from office and then from neymar roll moved into a brand and events role and so the full marketing swayed had an awesome time with the business and great team. And then my time was up. When i was tapped on the shoulder for all at anchor pinellas area group been realized real estate dot com to you joined the business not really knowing much about the role. I was joining. He'd go to market manager role and of bain there now close to seven years and moved my way through various segments. So we're two now. Residential business at develop a business emotional property meteorologisy and clients and also to stint in malaysia. And i leave the win. We acquired a southeast asia and helped with the integration of that business side at an awesome korea here. Rei and now run. I tame called the customer. Excellence team and so my team move. Twenty incredibly talented people help support our two hundred thirty sales teams across australia. And that includes the learning development perching old training ogata market siles support collateral and operations analytic. Kpi's commissions incentive sprints and really big a big team mission and vision is to pave the new way of selling and selling clock when you work for rei. Let's bit about my story. Love love gardening love dancing and eighteen. And that's how i spend most of my time let's it's an impressive story. How you you've migrated from during the karate stuff through to or i will now into real estate now. We can't get a bit of understanding as to real estate dot com o. Rei group and what's the back story of real estate. Dot com abc business was born in the garage. Dome koster and for those familiar with john. It's in the eastern suburbs of melbourne and in nineteen ninety five and they came up with a crazy idea of water. We put the photos of property onto online so people can see them on the internet and so literally scanning photo by photo by photo built this web sought. That looks very different today than what did obviously up. Twenty plus years ago and over the years to really brilliant simple idea to gos- and today with the leading australian property portal and we have hundred million plus is it as a month coming to thought trillions of photos from a perspective and yeah we service most property clients around australia and that includes real estate agents property manages developers homebuilders land developers media clients of less amount of probably. But almost all and anyone that wants to reach property. Sega's we do business. You know you've got a really interesting background. Having spent tom and credit in automotive value in real estate can you. Maybe just discuss some of the similarities. Between automotive and real estate i remember when i joined. Ra and it was probably a month thing. I thought wow. I didn't realize there was so many similarities between the two industries. And if i stop from a business structure perspective the similarities of utah franchise groups independence at relationship between head office and you know the small small businesses that are running in local and regional areas. I think that that pressure that applies with a small business to find the raw talent retain talent when there is no professional requirement This note there's no huddle to get into other industry. And i think that is a challenge that are still share today and another real estate industry in particular institute really trying to introduce their professional courses create more opportunities for the right people to enter the industry. So they've got really quality staff sieving consumers invincibles. And i think our remember. That was a challenge in the automotive industry finding the right talent and apprenticeship styles perspective perhaps a bit of bid process. But that was probably one thing that i saw straightaway is a big lesson. In automotive that i think real estate can learn with the handshake. Between sales and after-sales and if you think of the real estate version of that is the sales and rental market now rent rolls the most profitable part of a real estate agency and if you think about the handover in the importance of one to the other the ongoing retention of the customer. I think that's a really important similarity between the two some. I think some best practice sharing could happen more. And then the probably the other big similarity i would say is the is much smarter and much savia and this is probably not exclusive to automotive in real estate but their expectations have increased tenfold. And no longer. Can you get back to a later inquiry within a couple of days. We're now seeing consumer expectations at a couple of minutes. And i think that's something that dealerships deal with daily and you know the the now now now economy that exists within cosima world.

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11 Secret Service employees infected with coronavirus, 60 in self-quarantine

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

11 Secret Service employees infected with coronavirus, 60 in self-quarantine

"Two now there are more concerned about corona virus at the White House multiple members of the secret service I've tested positive for cove in nineteen Yahoo news reports there are eleven active cases at the agency as of Thursday evening part of homeland security documents CBI documents rather show that there are twenty three members of the secret service who have recovered from the virus an additional sixty employees or self quarantining the news comes as a pair of cases among White House staffers close to the president and vice president I put the west wing's coronavirus

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"cbi" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"cbi" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Fans followed by college football hall of fame class of twenty twenty being announced the CBI CBI tournament is then cancel the Wall Street journal says Major League Baseball is exploring alternate sites for games Columbus blue jackets close home games to fans a Tulsa football player is quarantined Golden State Warriors close their home games to fans the Seattle L. A. X. F. L. game is announced to be played without fans Ohio's governor concerns confirms NC double a games in Ohio will be without fans the U. S. state department bans nonessential travel Ivy League cancels all springs sporting events Penn station are Penn state rather Penn state closes athletic events to fans followed by Washington closes athletic events to fans the NC double a advises against holding sports events with fans shortly after they announce the NC double a tournament will be played without fans Italy's shuts down commercial activity Michigan cancels their spring game there's a footballer no worries from Juventus footballer Danielle regarding test positive.

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Bank of England keeps main interest rate unchanged at 0.75%

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

04:25 min | 2 years ago

Bank of England keeps main interest rate unchanged at 0.75%

"Money tree policy committee meeting as the governor of the bank of England is one of the most unpredictable of his tenure money markets are pricing the chances of a twenty five basis point cut just under fifty percent same as a toss of a coin that's down from seventy percent two weeks ago as improving economic indicators may trade is less sure the bank needs to take action over to say joining us here in our London studio John Rafe UBS heads off you Kate rates a strategy will earlier Richard Jones called and said he reckoned it would be a cop today what do you think how you use the use the expression coin toss I think you're right it is a coin toss which is not in possession of some of the information the bank of England is what they've basically told us is that going to act early and aggressively if an awesome when they see a need to ease if I see anything in the data that worries them that likely to certify first and ask questions later have they seen something yet we don't know its internal intelligence some gets published next week which is quite significant there is the mantra policy report being published today which will have to tell for cost and information as well off he was that not gonna cut we've been saying that for a while and on the economic outlook I'm what we do know in leading indicators in terms of him awesome things we don't miss any case for them to do so we wouldn't be having this conversation were it not for the comments made about three weeks ago by Mister Khan and others yeah absolutely and I think that you know initially it really pushed up of bets on an interest rate cut but now they've sort of kind of waned essentially why do you think that that is what I think when they the comments were initially made the markets what was he trying to understand why they'd come out at that time it was any three weeks off the last meeting when they sounded much more sanguine that they came out with these much more urgent sounding calm and acting in a more private preemptively and there was a sense that maybe they were speaks about Walt had rob hadn't happened post election post clarity around that face the first phase of brexit that and the bounce back they were hoping for was materializing so that's why the market reprise so dramatically now we've had the PMR eyes in the CBI survey which suggest will be early in soft later and I'm very early stuff like that that's been something of a rebound people say well maybe they weren't talking about this meeting that just talking about that reaction function going forward and if the PMR is tell us anything it's that there has been a bit of an improvement that full they don't need to go as soon as today so this is just huge confusion and that's why the market split down the middle works I say to you have the C. B. eyes you said PM eyes with holiday of course it's backward looking I understand that is much less impressive I mean inflation weakest in three years British consumers shopping stores during the the December the key pad or if I mean if you were being really solid about what you believe that that that's going to be your main consideration I mean I think what what they really told us a nice comments it wasn't just that they sounded concerned it was about them saying pretty explicitly at least for those members from now on we can out act very swiftly and therefore it becomes more about we looking at those we are looking forward in two cases if they wait until the end of the first quarter to say well how did the holiday to look for January December their argument seems to be that'll be too late so they have changed the way they behave and that's why it becomes on certain for markets because they're looking at real time data the market often isn't privy to so that's why it's introduced this new amounts of volatility we thought and still think that they'll cut in may by which time it will be clear that Q. one wasn't grates and momentum starting to fade again as we head through the air in the brexit situation sauce come back in focus what they're suggesting and what the market reprocessing is happened is maybe they're not going to wait that long neck and what first and more about it often okay very briefly in the kills market is looking pretty cheap across various maturities I mean I'm in the hunt for yielded across Europe yeah well I mean that that yeah you need to say you have to call the law yes any of around fifty basis points that was awful costs for the end of the first quarter so we've got that by the end of the first month I'm at these levels you know guilt actually started a quite expensive to us partly depends on what goes on elsewhere if treasury yields keep falling away to have some of the last few days then you know never to be guilty of willful some offered the role that we think that they'll under perform treasury's in on the ongoing rally from here the front and we think it's likely to get a very dovish message today whether the MPC council not said every scarred for from ten years to for a bit further with

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Florida Truck Driver Arrested In 40-Year-Old Killing Of Colorado Radio Intern

America's Morning News

01:43 min | 3 years ago

Florida Truck Driver Arrested In 40-Year-Old Killing Of Colorado Radio Intern

"The sixty two year old Florida truck drivers been arrested and charged in the killing of a college student working as an intern for a Denver radio station nearly forty years ago now like many recent solve cold cases Douglas county sheriff Tony Spurlock said investigators used a popular DNA test company to catch James Clinton in the death of the then twenty one year old Hellene present ski and here is that announcement that was made yesterday in the crack of a cold case this is been a long time almost forty years January sixteen will be the fortieth anniversary of humming presents skis murder this is a young girl who was just starting her life came to Colorado to have an opportunity to make a difference she wanted to be in journalism she wanted to be a part of a bigger story she was involved in her choir at home and from all accounts of everyone if they had anything to say about her is just a wonderful decent nice young lady we have a lot of people doing a lot of work and we have some really really good luck if you will and then we had some great evidence and original evidence that was taken and by the CBI by our office and here we are today where we have an individual who is in custody and there was a significant amount of evidence that as I said was maintained in properly cared for over the last forty years at the crime scene and that evidence was then later turned to

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"cbi" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"cbi" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"A microphone in there here it is yeah down there I think they're getting ready for thanksgiving this is a hidden microphone in the Cortez department and then hold on later tonight you're going to hear this a seriously do you really think that the Cortes police department's going to hop on wire fraud okay so what we do hi go file out a police report I don't care what anybody says of course you should but I go the F. B. I. but I want to go to your bank your bank open today your mom are your grandma's bank I want you get your grandmother must ask for the routing number and the account number that's our next step and you go to the FBI and you tell them you have absolute you have absolute does evidence for a wire fraud case somebody scared her with the social security come on now on the daily he goes to the CBI that's why I call it CBI called the C. B. I'd the FBI yeah I saw here in Colorado the account might be right on online checking showing what account it was wire to he just log cinder could Danny you got a lot of homework to do bro a lot of homework yeah three oh three how old seven one three talk not not listen when we give you this homework you need to know something it's not a kiss off it's not a brush off we're going to work with you you could call us back I mean we want to get this information three oh three seven one three talk now I got a question for you and I'm really serious now mark I'm really serious yes Sir if someone ripped off your grandmother or grandfather or loved one or yourself or your family member and you had their account number and their routing number would you have any qualms taking money out of their account yeah but I doubt there's anything in it I don't think it would matter I would have no qualms I wouldn't either but I don't think there's anything in it I mean these guys.

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Fast Five: David Horton, President of Schweizer RSG

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

08:49 min | 3 years ago

Fast Five: David Horton, President of Schweizer RSG

"The s three hundred helicopter traces. Its lineage back to the Hughes to sixty nine it received its FAA certification in nineteen fifty nine the US army bought some eight hundred of them for pilot. Training called it the osage over the years. Here's the little helicopter was owned and built by several manufacturers and in two thousand eighteen was purchased by a new Fort Worth Texas entity called Schweitzer RS jeep and. Today we're speaking with its president and managing partner. David Horton so I just wanted to talk about what's going on with the new Schweitzer and what's going on on with the three hundred thing that occurred to me. David is as we discussed. The three hundred is hardly a new design. You obviously think it's still very during competitive and I'm curious what about it after fifty years makes it competitive in two thousand twenty a couple of things. I is the opera ability. It's useful load operated do helicopters from fish potting range wildlife management the cattle mustering who law enforcement. Uh they actually use them for harvesting Christmas trees and training and one of the most robust trainers ever produced the other thing is the safety of a helicopter. I I got a substantial. Thank you reckon with best in class for the class that we operate in and I think those two things make it a very viable so helicopter. I know durable there. Lots still in operation or third in production stopped ten years ago helicopter. Belkin eighteen you know like the fifteen sixteen thousand sixteen timeframe and so it wasn't quite that long ago but there's only a handful bill but yes they have been around for a long Okon like most helicopters you replace. Parkas needed is not a complete overhaul interval. One time in operation. You can still get hard pale mainly because the retirement of the model though. The army is hard-pressed. Hell but we think somewhere around seventeen under this what we estimate. I assume helping support those as a part of your business plan part of the attraction of taking control right. It's pretty straightforward the first. The thing was is to support the existing operators so that they could depend on us to keep their fleets operational. That was first and foremost the second thing was to in the The new production going get the new production line and all the things related to that production certificate supply chain vertical integration. Take all of those things set up in order to be able to produce new helicopters. Then the third thing is to upgrade the helicopters. Currently have you know whether it's a different power plants or Avionics suite or just the vehicle management system bringing into the twenty first century on the things that the pilots in this day and age would look forward or to Saying that you know the modern helicopter when will we see taxes made S. three hundreds. We have started. Actually this week put together together. Are I e model and the ideas. We're going to probably put together four over the next several months. And the reason it's GonNa go slow as the EPA has validate eight hours. Kimberly instructions planning so to speak to produce the helicopters the FAA has worked with us very well so far and they're very excited about helping us get the next level of production support by you know helping US produce the entire helicopter I think after the first three or four or five helicopters we should be able to have have a what they call it. A limited production certificate. How many do you think you'll produce in here? We're going to win for the families flow. They maybe next year and maybe three times that much the year after probably fifty to seventy five a year would be a good average. They're actually the two models of the three hundred right it's three hundred c and the CBI correct and how do they differ. Hey Model Venkat you. Copy model of our helicopter has a higher horsepower. Engine Mexico's way to twenty fifty. And it's the helicopter that a lot of the military trainers to use around the world and so the CBI is lower macro swayed helicopter. Seventeen hundred fifty pounds and it runs the engine that is a a bit lower horsepower. Trade off though is primarily used for training helicopter although people use them for other things around the world but jacked up wedding costs. You'll possibly twenty five to thirty dollars. Our last thing speaking of dollars. What's the price of a three hundred and see beyond we think the three hundred thirteen they can be ours can be in the mid four hundred fifty thousand dollar price way somewhere in there the TV? I would vote four four or five four ten. Is it a three place. Helicopter both to be seeing is definitely a frequent helicopter when we configure it at the left hand drive it can be a left hand drive or right-hand-drive if it's bigger as a left hand drive there'd be a free fights helicopter. CPI for developed is to place helicopter Walker because the primary Pollen Command would be sitting in the right. So what's the market reception so far. You've got some motors. They we're actually able to contract for twenty seven helicopters love them. CBS and then that time we have received notes of interest. I I guess for people like listening to you are counts proxy another forty Salat orders. Considering you haven't even begun yet happens AH happens bill probably two three times a week. We get Paul's about wing to get into a helicopter. And so while we want to go faster than slower on the Production Avenue helicopters. We have to take a pay where we feel comfortable about what we're building and our partners. The best player comfortable about what we're building. You actually acquired three models from rights three models from Lackey Sikorsky. There's the three thirty three as well. Is that likely to go back into production. That's turbine helicopter right. Yes it is. Our Turbine powered helicopter. Three thirty three. We think you've got leg but we've got to do is we gotta find a customer and and have a pretty decent order a pretty good back before we start producing the three three three. We do have a demonstrator here and we will be actively working They'll That helicopter over the next several months years in order to build the backlog we think the helicopter does have some legs. We think it's gotTa play. The world especially for military trainer depend on what the market perception is. If we can get out there and sell it and we can provide something that we think is the value for things and then we will put the thirty three and when do you think you might be getting your production certificate for your operation in the field. Well we're planning on the first quarter of twenty twenty but I think you know everything has gotta go perfect in order to meet that date again. We're not trying to put too much pressure on ourselves because we really would rather do it correctly and makes it a bit you know as we start the production that there's no more kinks or any kind of issues with regards the production of the helicopters. I plan is the first quarter of twenty twenty and were dropped little hard to get that done if it bleeds into the first by the second quarter. Uh He'll be okay with that. There are two production certificates. We're talking about right isn't one from parts and the whole aircraft and all the thank certificate what they do is they limit to production tickets to what they call articles only for left currently what we have articles only production certificate once we start predicting the helicopters as the confident that we can build the helicopter sneak. Article only restriction will be removed the actual unfamiliar with this on articles. Only can you produce parts and sell them exactly what we can do. We can produce every part the helicopters for the second part of that is putting all these parts together to make flying sharing that the second part of the production certificate but yet we have the authority to build every art our helicopter. So are you in business now. Making parts and selling them for businesses to seventeen helicopters tale hard every day to manage our supply chain cups. I feel you're in a helicopter hub aren't you. You've got aerospaciale there and bell's not far away. You got some veterans around you. You know. That really helped him point of you. Know we've been able to attract

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The Murder of Heather Dawn Church

True Crime Garage

08:21 min | 3 years ago

The Murder of Heather Dawn Church

"It took almost two years to find the remains of Heather Church and the crime scene where the remains were found offered offered no clues as to who the perpetrator of this abduction and murder could be the daily sentinel ran an article with the headline girls remains pains found after two year search this from the Associated Press the article labeled Timothy Belbek. The man who found her skull and reported ended his findings as a transient camper and states the death was ruled a homicide and the coroner's report indicates. Heather suffered blunt force trauma trauma to the head. This article has some interesting pieces of information in here as well. It goes on to say heather was last seen wearing white cotton mm pajamas and no shoes she had laid out an outfit for school and her wedding was rumbled as if she was asleep until something Ed awaken her enter Lou Smit who is loose mic captain his detective that likes to climb in and out of windows. NDO is probably best known for his involvement in the Jon Benet Ramsey case. I think he's on the smaller side to captain that might make give him the the extra super ability of climbing in and out of windows you'd think so. I don't think he looks small to me. I didn't either but I read read some story where he decided. When he first became a police officer he needed to balk up because he was like I want to say he was like five have six to maybe five seven but like one hundred and fifty pounds when he first started on the force he got into some situation where he said a A large woman was attempting to drag him across the street and she was having some success and that's when he decided I got to start going to the gym. I got beef up if I'm going to be there. I think that was my mother. Well you know I like to use the term supercop loose-knit. It is certainly a super cop in his career. He worked on more than two hundred murder cases in which a suspect had been arrested and tried for for their crimes he was a detective with the Colorado Springs Police Department. He joined the force way back in nineteen sixty six and worked his way way all the way up to the rank of detective. Liu help to get the arrest and conviction of spree killer Freddie Glenn and his accomplice. This Michael Corbett Glenn was found guilty of murdering three people in Nineteen seventy five at one of them being a Karen grammer. That's correct correct this including the killing of Karen grammer younger sister of actor Kelsey grammer he was also involved in the arrest and conviction Shen of Michael Corbett. This was Freddie Glenn's accomplice so together we have. Glenn who was found guilty of murdering three people nineteen seventy five Glenn Corbett together were responsible for a total of five deaths in and around Colorado Springs back in nineteen seventy five so now I would like to introduce you to another man John Anderson now. I'm not talking about money in the bank in Seminole Wind John Anderson no I'm talking about the John Anderson who I will deem to be another supercop. Anderson was sworn in in January of Nineteen Ninety five have as El Paso County's new sheriff and with him came loose smit Anderson wanted two things one for Lou Smith to take over as captain of detectives in El Paso County and to to solve heather churches case which by this time nineteen ninety-five was looking like it would never be solved in the over three years of the case law enforcement really only developed per the evidence evidence in interviews a few suspects some of the members of Heather's Church at one point turned on one another heather's Sunday schoolteacher teacher and a family friend were questioned extensively as we're heather's parents everyone police in the FBI looked at either had an the iron clad alibi passed a polygraph test or both again this included heather's parents Diane and might definitely a lot of suspicion towards awards the parents. I think when you have a case like this where you have no leads no clues. That's Kinda where the direction that it just naturally takes on yeah now in nineteen ninety five loose-knit took over as captain of detectives and he took over the Heather Church investigation. Lou is pretty old school and he said that regardless of what other people thought that they knew about the case case Mike and Diane Church were not suspects. He said he knew very early on in his investigation that they together nor separate were involved loved in any way after meeting them both and speaking with them separately. Smith believed they were truly victims and far too good of people to do something so terrible is not clear whether or not they took polygraph test and passed or not right the information nation. I have that came from the sheriff's. Department states that they did okay now. Smith also offered up after speaking with the parents he offered up. Some of his expert opinions on the case to the parents have either. He told them he would catch the man that killed her. He said he he believed the perpetrator was an intelligent mail and that his name was already in the case file he also believed unlike the FBI that the motive behind why the PERP entered the church home may not have been sexual. Smith wanted to start his investigation at the very very beginning and reviewing the case he noted the recovery of fingerprints from the Crime Scene Captain Schmidt recognized that although the prince had been forwarded to both the FBI in the CBI he was aware that there were in fact ninety two separate automated fingerprint identification systems or Apis for short so here we are once more capped at the latent fingerprints left on the master bedroom window screen from from inside Heather Churches House. Yet seems like that's the biggest piece of evidence. We have forensics expert. Thomas Carney was is the man who educated smit on the trouble with the fingerprint systems in fact Carney he came from Miami. He worked in law enforcement and and Miami he was the first person to compile a list of the eighth systems in the United States Canada and Mexico and Short North America as said this number as of nineteen ninety five was ninety two of these systems. Carney Arne put together ninety two sets of black and white photographs of the prince that they found on the window screen and this was to be mailed off off to all ninety two automated finger printing identification systems in March of Nineteen ninety-five. They got the call they were waiting on for years so sound the trumpets Captain Burke where we're still working on the trumpets your occur at that was good taking lessons. That was good but I mean we. We need some actual real trumpets. They got a match and fact they got two matches one in California and one in Louisiana so ninety two of these different places they send off these photographs two of them. Call back and say hey we we gotta match for you on those fingerprints that you sent us

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Boris Johnson overshadowed by scandal at Conservative conference

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

03:31 min | 3 years ago

Boris Johnson overshadowed by scandal at Conservative conference

"Let's have you about what's going on here the Conservative Party conference at sent me the message that the government wants to push I'm if they want to get breaks it down they want to move on to invest in parts of the country that needed including infrastructure NHS police but really things being overshadowed by controversy the extent of the relationship between Boris Johnson and an American entrepreneur who benefited from Boris his time as mayor of London he denies any impropriety that he also denies he's got a star collector allegations that he assaulted a female journalists so that's the kind of news coverage he's guessing here domestically at the start of the party conference that's not what he wanted of course once we're watching what's going on here will also of course month of what's going on in Westminster the the other parties all still sitting in Westminster the S. and P. it's called it's called for a vote of no confidence the labor policy and other parties going to be meeting at around one PM at you to discuss what happens now whether they are going to take some action these next couple of days was the conservatives arguably distracted by the right policy conference now all of this of course it revolves around backstage and the possibility of a no deal brexit at the end of October in a sense that has would you see in any likely head Boris Johnson says he's cautiously optimistic and of course there is this legislation the ban act which is supposed to make the government asked for a delay. certain elements within the government deuce keep talking about how this holes in that legislation that taking a close look and see it as a that leads the market with some with some uncertainty as to whether that it kept that that acts can be enforced and in fact you know do a party can be prevented at the end of October I spoke to add the CBI the confederation of British industry yeah and they were very clear the business does not want a no deal brexit they will get progress on a deal well symbolically the brexit secondly that might said that that might have to wait until after the conference visit he that's what he you in Brussels and waiting for. let me just ask before we get to the brexit question in more detail on the scandal side of things with it which I'm sure they want to avoid you know reports about but that's just not how it works this journalist claims that he squeezed her thigh I guess twenty years ago right is are the allegations historic or has she come out this before or the allegations knew about something that happened two decades ago these seems to be a new allegation from this particular Jen is now in a much more senior position that she was some twenty years of ago she says that yes that that that bar since as we said fine ambassador of another Janice he was sitting at that while she was at its all the publication in the U. K. I should say the number ten has denied this and said there's there's nothing to it but this is just another control with the you know last week we're talking about all the language that was being used the wartime metaphors that were being employed by the government to try and fight off the band after the surrender bill as they call it an older this is added up to a pretty toxic atmosphere to such an extent that some public but colleagues yesterday were in touch with so many greedy former Attorney General at one of the key rebels in the conservative policy of course and it did previously it had been rebelling against the government on this and help to create the van act and he said yes he received a death threat yesterday because the government had been at briefing this those who'd worked on the van acts were working in conjunction with all the foreign governments and so the toxic atmosphere along with the controversy around Boris Johnson and his personal life all of that really distracting from the job

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A Look at CBD and Its Effects on Your Brain and Body

Pick the Brain

04:51 min | 3 years ago

A Look at CBD and Its Effects on Your Brain and Body

"CBD oil what are potential affects on the brain from pick to bring contributor array OD Dr CBD short for cannabis. Dial is a chemical compound is found in marijuana and him among other things. CBD work says an antioxidant pain reliever mood balancer, and according to research, it also generates effects that set it apart as a fantastic herb not only for stimulating neurological function, but also for limiting free radicals and preventing sill deterioration. Why are CBD and t h c different while the chemical makeup is similar the molecular structures are different CBD does not interact with the body in the same way that other cannabinoid do through CB one and CB two receptors instead more complicated process occurs between cannabis dial. And the Indo cannabinoid system e CS that leads to physiological changes. CBD is known to have significant neuro protective effects that could come in handy when treating diseases such as M S L S or other neuro degenerative conditions such as Parkinson's, and Alzheimer's, although CBD doesn't actually bind to cannabinoid receptors it operates through receptor channels into the brain to cause a different affects in the brain. And the body. Let's find out with some of these effects are number one treating migrants. Migraines affect close to forty million Americans and for most of these people treatment evolves. Drugs such as opioids trip tans betablockers blockers antidepressants as you may be aware of these drugs can be addictive and also can cause unpleasant side effects CBD cuts down the frequency of severe migraines. At a better rate than many prescription drugs with far less harmful side effects number two, improves, sleep quality, CBD's, subdues pain, and insomnia and can reduce the time. It takes for person to fall asleep. Leap. It makes it possible to go through deeper levels of sleep with fewer interruptions at low doses. CBD causes mild relaxation and higher cognitive function. But at high doses it can induce sleep number three reduces anxiety and depression while consuming marijuana can intensify anxiety and some people can of a DO contains anti anxiety properties that can help relieve symptoms of commenting Zayed's disorders, according to an NC BI. I study CBD causes hormonal changes that can lessen the intensity of disorders, including generalized, anxiety disorder, PTSD and social. Thirty. Before regulates behavior, and cognition CBD interacts with a broad range of receptors and through complicated processes it works at the therapeutic agent, while behavioral patterns tend to be complicated for a lot of people. There are ways that CBD can reduce destructive behavior and facilitate positive change. For example, addiction is one of the areas that lead to unproductive behavioral patterns and CBD has been used successfully to treat different forms of addiction to prevent relapse number five analgesic effects CBD work says a pain suppressant, and it's able to stop transmission of pain signals from the brain through the nervous system without analgesic tolerance, which has led the scientific community to investigate a possible platform for creating more effective pain. Medication? According to medical news today in CBI and med scape dot com. This affect makes it useful for treating chronic pain, and inflammation, number six affects the serotonin system. CBD interacts with the serotonin one a receptor. Generate therapeutic effects that include the release of serotonin is important because serotonin receptors responsible for essential processes such as appetite mood, cognition metabolism and social behavior by triggering the a one receptors CBD blocks things like nausea, anxiety, depression, neuropathy pain, and sometimes even schizophrenia number seven treats epilepsy because CBD has anti-seizure effects. It can be used to treat certain forms of epilepsy. Without posing a risk to the patient. In fact, studies are being done at this moment to see how much CBD can be used in the treatment of epilepsy. Some of the conditions linked to epilepsy such as neuronal injury. Neuro degeneration are also being investigated to see how treatment was CBD will affect the patient in the long term, you can find links to all the studies referenced in the article located in the show notes of this episode, though CBD is at risk is being labeled a fad. It's very possible that this particular substance could be a. Very low side effect high impact way to have positive effects on our brains and our bodies.

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Colorado pregnant woman, 2 young daughters reported missing

Dave Ramsey

01:53 min | 4 years ago

Colorado pregnant woman, 2 young daughters reported missing

"The FBI and the CBI are now, involved in the search for a missing Frederick woman and her two daughters thirty. Four year old Shannon watt and her three and four year, old, girls were reported missing Monday husband Chris watch. Says her his kids are as life I talent. You gotta eat that or you're not gonna get. Hurt you know and it's like knocking your snack after I. Missed that Shinhan is fifteen weeks pregnant her person

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North Korea, UN and CBI discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

00:17 sec | 4 years ago

North Korea, UN and CBI discussed on BBC World Service

"Gathering in. Brussels explains why the staff going. On strike there are different reasons for different. Countries so the staff it's about base, transfers it's the fact that they. Could go to any of eighty destinations around Europe suddenly be thousands of miles away from the family and what they are saying is sometimes pilots, of

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Taliban attack strategic Afghan city of Ghazni

John Batchelor

00:45 sec | 4 years ago

Taliban attack strategic Afghan city of Ghazni

"Every week and this week records have been. Broken the mercury has soared in many parts of the world this is deana season of extreme heat. From North America to Europe from the Middle East Japan career many of us have never experienced anything quite so hot for so long before we know the climate changing and that many of the reasons for that are man made international commitments to limit the average rise in, global, temperature to less than two. Degrees above pre industrial levels demand concerted action around the world but what? Are the new technologies that may be able to help us and even if we can mitigate. Against extreme temperatures are heatwaves going to become the new normal are? We going to, have to adapt to living with

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Michael Nasty, Bobby Segalla School and England discussed on Today

Today

02:06 min | 4 years ago

Michael Nasty, Bobby Segalla School and England discussed on Today

"You it says that the prime minister's decision to dispatch the business actually greg clark to make the case for her customs partnership yesterday appear to be part of a coordinated push by proeuropean tories and business leaders number ten's dismiss that as nonsense and unnamed alive theresa may's quoted as saying her team will be working flat out to persuade cabinet doubters of the merits of plan in a leader detoro daily mail's these things differed lip points out that theresa may made it clear and her son on sunday article that she will pull britain out of the customs union is just greg clark was working in cahoots with a europhiles cbi to throw doubt on her resolve and revive project fear time says the determination of brussels to take a tough line on brexit is influenced by fears of a future labour government led by jeremy corbyn the paper says it's spoken to senior european officials have expressed concern that labor could approve state subsidies the key industries giving britain an unfair competitive advantage a travesty of democratic practices he purports to embrace his how the daily telegraph characterizes the election in march returned ladimir putin to office editorial points out that mr putin is going to be inaugurated as russia's president today we'll come close to matching stalin's many years in power he sees out what his his fourth term the guardian has an interview with stormy daniels this lawyer michael nasty who says evidence of wrongdoing full stunned trump out of the white house before twenty twenty he says he doesn't know how the president will spin his departure but he firmly believes he would survived the balance of his term in office stormy daniels claims she had a sexual encounter with mr trump before he became president he denies it and alan shearer's among sporting figures sending that best to ceramics ferguson remains in intensive care suffering that brain hemorrhage the former england captain says reineck was a fearsome competitor come up against a made the premier league what it is i mean is this warning vladimir putin is about to be inaugurated today as russia's president for the fourth time the time is eleven minutes to seven time for the puzzle for today it's been set by bobby segalla school mass teach and cambridge university doctorate student here it is to celebrate.

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Yale is latest to rescind honorary degree from Bill Cosby

The Brad and Dan Show

03:59 min | 4 years ago

Yale is latest to rescind honorary degree from Bill Cosby

"To the the organization and one of the major opponents and the cbi says these types of jobs are sometimes needed to run businesses and should not be limited here in the state of connecticut and the working families organization is hoping to convince legislators to pass this legislation in the current session which ends on the ninth of may so this is this is something that is causing some problems with people here in the state no question no question about it okay coming up to a quarter after eight in the morning one eight eight five seven four two seven to three is our telephone number now the big big story this morning is the story that i had for you earlier and i just want to repeat this and that is the yale university a story and the announcement has been made that bill cosby's honorary degree is going to be taken away from him and the university put out a statement today at the yale university board of trustees voted to rescind the honorary degree awarded to william h cosby in two thousand and three the decision is based on a court record providing clear and convincing evidence of conduct that violates fundamental standards of decency shared by all members of the yale community conduct was unknown to the board at the time the degree was awarded the board took this decision following mr cosby's criminal conviction after he was afforded due process of law yale is committed to both the elimination of sexual misconduct and the adherence to due process we refer we reaffirm that commitment with action that were taking today this is the first time yale has ever rescinded an honorary degree mr cosby eighty years of age could end up spending his final years in prison after the jury verdict the jury concluded that he sexually violated temple university employee andrea constant at his home in philadelphia in two thousand and four cosby claims the encounter was sensual so that is that is the end of that particular i story and you know those are the things that you have to you have to wonder how they happen but this is this is over now and bill cosby has been found a found guilty so we'll have to wait to see just what the the next step is for for mr cosby.

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R. Lee Ermey, 'Full Metal Jacket' star, dead at 74

Today

01:57 min | 4 years ago

R. Lee Ermey, 'Full Metal Jacket' star, dead at 74

"The recession the british retail consortium says what's known a shopper footfall was done by six percent in march compared with the same month last year our business correspondent joe lynam has more footfall measures the number of shoppers who physically crossed the threshold of major retail stores the numbers fell in all parts of the uk over the past year with london falling by the most seven and a half percent while the number of shoppers visiting out of town retail parks was down only one point eight percent those visiting traditional high streets fell by almost nine percent the poor weather in early march compounded the problem for many consumers but it merely highlighted the fact the choppers have more choice than ever in how when and where they by the actor r lee army who rose to fame as the foul mouth drill sergeant and the vietnam war film full metal jacket has died at the age of seventy four he served in the us marines for eleven years before becoming involved in the film industry initially as an adviser on war films and now let's hear the weather talked to philip avery at the bbc weather center good morning philip mother very good morning to not the most sparkling starts to the week i'm afraid across northern and western parts of the british isles just at the moment we've got a weather front get rid of and then once that's away there'll be a half decent day for many until so on we'll see the effects of another weather front pushing into the far west just to finish off your day let's take a look at the detail first of all to england and wales with that the front that i i broke off is producing some rain across northern parts of england at the moment of their showers falling behind across some western areas any good news will yes the front is on the move and both the frontal rain and the showers will eventually quit the cbi roundabout lunchtime they will just beginning away from the far north east of england and then there's decent afternoon in prospect for all parts i think the breeze will freshen up across the far west of.

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions brings tough stance to Mexican border issues

The Amy Demboski Show

01:25 min | 4 years ago

Attorney General Jeff Sessions brings tough stance to Mexican border issues

"The live and local with tom anderson in the mornings and amy dembosky in the afternoons k d and t ten twenty am and ninety two point five fm a cbi media group station with us our news i'm keith peters in washington mark two days of grilling before the house and senate committees tuesday and wednesday to address facebook's privacy issues and the need for more regulation for the social media site at the hearings the normally press shy zuckerberg's ability to perform as an able ceo of one of the world's biggest companies and the degree to which much of congress appears i'll technology and relevant issues as thousands of national guard troops deployed to the mexican border us attorney general jeff sessions brought his tough stance on immigration calm wednesday telling border sheriffs that cracking down on a legal crossings and drug smuggling is necessary to build a lawful immigration system mr sessions ticked off stories about smugglers being caught with opioids and cocaine at the us mexico border legal loopholes that have occurred more illegal immigrants to make the journey this is sr news okay i have to admit it i get a real kick out of reading all the testimonials of people who are now out of pain because of relief factor michael medved here again and i've never been more serious than when.

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