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"charlie herman" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast

Fantasy Football Today Podcast

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"charlie herman" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast

"Than Juju. Is Top seven wide receiver true? Yes. Combined Dave. nope can't sit. I think just. Top twelve I'll I'll go with it I. think he's my favorite player and fantasy this year like value. I mean if nothing around four. That's ridiculous. He's my Carlos Correa Non I. Don't know if that's necessarily. That's ludicrous. I don't even non PR. Parts Ludicrous. It's ludicrous, PR I don't think it has since July. First I'm going to hold on. I'll get his ADP. Let's see. Oh also I meant to look up the Willfuller Stat I always do this. I'll say I'll get to it. I. Never do all right. This is Charlie Herman if one of Justin Jackson or Josh Kelley Emerges as the undisputed number, two behind her, and that guy is a solid flex, a top thirty running back. True. Josh Kelly. Yeah I'm thinking. That's Kelly. Jude you is currently around four pick, but he's only wide receiver fourteen, so that probably means he's around three pick and a lot of drafts. Wide Receiver Fourteen for Juju. Right from Chris Giradi. If Leonard Fournette Plays Sixteen Games, he'll be a top seven running back. which team is the on probably true? No, I don't think that's true. Because if he stays Jackson Play Sixteen Games, I don't think there's any way he comes near Belle fell. Okay. He wasn't a top seven running back last year he was. He was like Bishou difference in PR. Pr I think he was like twelfth in non in seventh NPR, right, around there. But, of course they have Chris Thompson now, but of course he won't score three touchdowns on those touches. so He's thinking. Yes, and the others are thinking now. He was thirteenth in. Seventh NPR. From Robert Joseph, if Justin Herbert starts then Keenan Allen is back to being.

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"charlie herman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"charlie herman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"charlie herman" Discussed on Household Name

Household Name

07:33 min | 2 years ago

"charlie herman" Discussed on Household Name

"It's like any other McDonald's spot across the country. There's a big building Golden Arches, and an American flag when Marsha chatwin began researching her book on McDonald's and Black America. She made a point to visit this one. One of the first things I saw was a flyer announcing the winner of a McDonald's worker scholarship this. This restaurant is a pillar in the community. It sponsors and mentoring program and works with boys and girls clubs, the local public library sports, programs and the zoo. It's a place where people gather in -tunities like Ferguson where you have a lot of for residents. Sometimes. McDonald's where people use the Internet so. It's the Wi Fi. It's where you can get the air conditioning. And in two thousand fourteen, this McDonald's was also in the eye of the storm. When Ferguson erupted in protests over the shooting of Michael Brown there is growing outrage tonight. After an unarmed African American teenager was shot and killed by police in the Saint, Louis suburb of Ferguson Missouri. If you think about all of the international activists communities that showed up at Ferguson Missouri they come to America and the place that is open and lively is the McDonald's people took refuge in that. McDonald's from the unrest surrounding them fires, gunshots, rubber, bullets and tear-gas styles. The windows broken into again. We saw a couple of other stores. Neighbors went there to watch the results of Michael Brown's autopsy. Protests are still milk from the fridge to. To treat their eyes after being teargassed, it was one of the few businesses that had the financial capacity to remain open during the uprisings and bounce back after it was targeted and I. Don't think it is a coincidence that it is owned and operated by African. American, that McDonald's was more than just a fast food restaurant. When reporters left, and people turn their attention away from Ferguson. It was and still. Is there serving its community? Chaos brought McDonald's into black communities, and it is in chaos that we are able to see the ways that the McDonald's in the black community Serbs far more purposes than giving people a place to eat. From business insider, this is brought to you by. Brands you know stories you don't I'm Charlie Herman McDonald's big MAC MAC only at. McDonald's is the largest restaurant company in the world it's business is served burgers and fries to millions of people, but what happens when a brand like McDonald's finds itself in the middle of a struggle over civil rights today across the country Americans are demanding solutions, racial injustice and inequality. Many corporations are trying to respond fifty years ago. Residents of Cleveland Ohio made similar demands and went head to head with McDonald's over its role in black communities today, the fight for the right to franchise could the Golden Arches be a golden ticket to economic equality. Stay with us. What are some of your earliest memories about McDonald's? Eight so much McDonald's as a kid I know. The end is a young adult I should say did to. Marsha chat and I grew up in the nineteen eighties her in Chicago me in Oakland. We both have these shared memories of the McDonald's Menus of our youth. They had hot mustard, which was way too sophisticated for my kid Palette. There was like a barbecue on I. Remember the McLean Deluxe came out, and it was supposed to be a lower fat burger. Right as a kid, who was a place for birthday, parties and cheap meals with friends I remember it's where I surprised my mom after I got my braces off after having him for nearly four long years of high school. Terrible in Chicago, Chandler Remembers One McDonald's downtown were all the decor was inspired by African American history. They would have historical portrait's or they would make sure that the. The liners on the trays had history facts I knew the black McDonald's operators who gave me awards for Black History? Month competitions that I was in I, remember hearing the operators on the local black radio stations talking about. Make sure you fill out your son says make sure you fell into vote, so these were individuals who were clearly identifiable as people who were doing more than just business. Chat is now professor of history and African American studies at Georgetown University but those early memory stayed with her when she went on to write a book about how she puts it. McDonald's became black. It's called franchise. The Golden Arches Black America. She says that relationship really started during the civil rights movement and one year in particular, nineteen, sixty eight Martin. Luther King was shot and was killed tonight. After King's assassination, there were uprisings and protests in cities across the nation on rest in Kansas City. Missouri April the weekend at Ryan's on Tuesday. On Wednesday on Thursday on Friday more, the same communities were devastated by these protests and in the aftermath. McDonald's found it had a problem. Many white people had fled the city for the suburbs and a lot of McDonald's restaurants in urban areas were being abandoned by the white owners and employees. At the time, there had never been black McDonald's Franchisee. McDonald saw this as an opportunity to maintain their businesses in neighborhoods that were case in two were in African American communities by bringing in franchise owners, and allowing those right franchise owners business in the suburbs plus McDonald's the setup might help protect those restaurants. If there is any racial unrest in the future, the owner had an expectation plow upon him that he would keep relations good, and he would make people feel like that. McDonald's belong to them but in Cleveland. CLEVELAND, Ohio McDonald's face to more complicated situation it was the first major city in the country to have a black mayor. A man named Carl stokes here. He is in a video produced by the local news site. CLEVELAND DOT COM I. wanted to be mayor because I felt I understood some of the problems that afflict us in the central cities for many people in Cleveland White and black mayor. STOKES represented unity in an interview with a local TV anchor he. He knew the challenges that came with that. Growth Reaction Again. The in Brevard of minority groups articulated black minority to. Achieve early expression through participation in society. Compound Bhai Great. After King's death, mayor stokes and managed to prevent protests and Cleveland's black community, but that meant there wasn't white flight like in other cities, if the king uprisings were the impetus for a lot of white franchisees to leave black neighborhoods that didn't happen in Cleveland, and that mid McDonald's restaurants in the city's black neighborhoods were still owned and operated by white people that didn't sit well with some local black leaders in new someone getting rich, and they see that those dollars are being reinvested in their everyday lives in other cities block. Franchisee became local leaders, and some of the restaurants prophets towards community development. So in Cleveland one man started demanding the same opportunity. His name was honest, hilliard so earnest. Was a interesting guy. He had appeared on religious radio as Crawford Thomas. Profit Frank, Thomas of the first spiritual Christian Church of America Hilliard show aired on a station that pioneered radio which had already become an important force in black communities John. Gibson was a DJ in those days. He put it this way in an interview for Smithsonian Series Black.

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What’s the Yield Curve? ‘A Powerful Signal of Recessions’ Has Wall Street’s Attention

Think Realty Radio

01:55 min | 4 years ago

What’s the Yield Curve? ‘A Powerful Signal of Recessions’ Has Wall Street’s Attention

"Showers and thunderstorms are likely for the new york city area today some of the storms could produce gusty winds heavy rain and frequent lightening highs near eighty five degrees but then clearing tonight and it goes down to around sixty five degrees in a beautiful weekend tomorrow saturday sunny highs near seventy seven degrees and then on sunday it'll be sunny with a high near eighty three degrees right now seventy seven degrees light rain falling in new york city from wnyc this is money talking on charlie herman recently it seems there's been an increase in people talking about this thing called the yield curve yield you'll curve wonderful yield curve the socalled inverted yield curve likes unless you work in finance you may be asking yourself what in the world are they talking about and do i really care well the answer is yes you should because this economic indicator has for decades predicted recessions and right now while we all should be paying attention and i have the perfect people to explain to you just what the yield curve is i'm stacey vanek smith and i'm cardiff garcia there the co host of npr's the indicator from planet money in cardiff would it be saying bit too much that you're kind of obsessed with the yield curve now i believe the question is directed at me amazing indicators so important here's the deal it's possible that you can say that i'm obsessed with the yield curve but the better question you should be asking yourself charlie is why isn't everybody else obsessed with the yield curve is a phenomenal economic indicator in one that i think has gone underrated for far too long okay but what exactly are we talking about here it's interest rates but it has to do with a very specific type dealing with government debt that's exactly right so these are interest rates on government debt that debt is also referred to sometimes as treasuries the government can issue this debt with different maturity and that just has to do with how long it takes for the government.

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