31 Burst results for "Chase Chase"

Haven, the Amazon-Berkshire-JPMorgan venture to disrupt health care, is disbanding after 3 years

WBZ Afternoon News

00:24 sec | 4 months ago

Haven, the Amazon-Berkshire-JPMorgan venture to disrupt health care, is disbanding after 3 years

"New England business. The healthcare venture created by three corporate giants to attack storing care costs will will be be shuttering shuttering only only a a couple couple years years after after launching launching A A statement statement from from Haven Haven says says it it will will end end operations operations at at the the end end of of February. February. The The venture venture was was formed formed a a 2018 2018 by by Amazon, Amazon, JP JP Morgan Morgan Chase Chase in Berkshire Hathaway. The independent company was created to focus on improving care delivered to employees of those businesses while doing a better job managing The

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"chase chase" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:34 min | 5 months ago

"chase chase" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Do it normal. I mean, I don't know the whole life be Chase Chase. You're gonna level with me, pal. All right, You're gonna live with me. Is anybody else in the family near you right now is just you No, no, I'm driving back out. I'm going back out for work right now. Okay, So it's just you nobody else in the families with you right now. No. Okay? Were these your decisions or were these? There's everybody I wanted to do it. But they also want so mother in law your your mother in law who you love, right? I mean, you love to death. You just you. You just want to hug her and squeezer. Your mother in law says no, No, no, I don't want to not have people come over. I want to see my family. Yes, but our family already lived there at the house so we can't We can't go out and see the other The older grand parents because they're actually one just out of a kidney transplant. But we can't deliver transplant. We can't do that. Where least expected to that point? What happens what happens in California If you invite the neighbors over like, does somebody show up at your door? Knock on your door? Are you in that part of California or you in the California where they look at those parts and laugh at him? I don't know. I mean, I'm I'm around a bunch of tweakers. That's where we live. We live in there, but I did go to a bar for the first time in 889 months, and we're not supposed to be going anywhere to a bar. But there's A lot of people that were standing up here where we live, and we're like, No, we can't do this. We can't afford to do this. Where is that only 1% that were 1 to 2%. Coming from the bars and restaurants, you know, but that's it, the rest of it coming from people gathering and not doing what they're supposed to do, but yet again. Even that you just can't control it. We've even I think there's no don't work, so you know. Wear it when I have to say I am getting a lot of Christmas spirit out of you. And again. Dr Fauci has asked you to tone it down and I will repeat the call. I think you need to tone your Christmas down, pal. All right. Give me a strong scent of Christmas right off of you. All right, let's go. Listen to the bonanza Christmas especial that that'll put you in the Christmas spirit. Benet, Wait. Don't Bonanza Christmas special. Yeah, I go Listen to it on YouTube there. I think there's also an episode from Bonanza. But there's a whole album and it's just everybody all together having a good time. Is it better or worse than the new Star Wars? Christmas special? I don't even know what Star Wars is. All right. Get off the phone. I don't need negativity like you get I thought he was American. How did we let him through? I don't know what Star wars is. I'm still recovering from last from last Friday. By the way, I won't ruin. I'm just still recovering. That's all. I'm still recovering. Uh, for those of you Star Wars nerds. I'll make this plug. I usually not into this stuff. But there was a star Wars. Lego Christmas special. And It was new. It was Star Wars. Yes, I rolled my eyes when I first saw the promo for like, Oh, gosh, This is gonna suck, but I haven't had anything new lately. So it scratches an itch. God, if you consider yourself a star Wars nerd. If you this is not just for kids, if you consider yourself a star Wars offish in auto You pride yourself on a sing every single star wars trivia out there. This Christmas special this Lego Star Wars Christmas Special or Star Wars. Lego Christmas special is phenomenal. I mean, it is great. Actual Star Wars nerds, Not a bunch of kids writers wrote this Fantastic. And Billy Dee Williams is in it. So there's that you've got that going for you. Are you toning down Christmas, Dr Fauci, let's let's hear the cut again. Doctor felt he wants you to tone down Christmas, You know, Please do what I suggested for Thanksgiving. We don't want to cancel Christmas. But you have to tone down plans. Try to minimize travel and try to avoid large congregations of people indoors. You know the dinners that have 2025 people. You know it. We know how how difficult it is, and you know, wonderful season like Christmas to tone down these kinds of things, but we really do need to hang in there. Tone down your Christmas Avoid large congregations. No. Is he actually stopped just short of saying Don't go to church. Stopped just short of saying it. That those words almost came out of his mouth. But I do know A lot of people that had won't go to church because of covert. That's the excuse they're using. Oh, yeah. Kobe? Yeah. Can't go search. Yeah, yeah, I mean, coveting all 844344 Dina 844344 30 to 62. How many of you are toning down your Christmas? My name's day Children filling in for Dana.

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"chase chase" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

01:49 min | 5 months ago

"chase chase" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"That's legendary. I got back. But i would totally play how much your thirty seven year. Old self play now compared to twenty seven year old cell. I wouldn't talk so much today. Phase out just talk on my shit professional and if they mess with me then that's when it will come out because it didn't really i wouldn't say i was fast at the just quit like i just had a response for everything I did a lot of shit. But the question i did was like we gotta live a little bit fun with like. It can't just be game because that was chase chase was just just all game and not having any fine would like have fun with it. Like take rich like dude. Just do something. We're fucking nicaragua This moment is never going to happen again with all of it. Yeah there. Have you kept up with watching survivor over the years. I have not because of what it represented tuna. And i never played anybody's game on when i went to research it. I never one person. I studied every hour to see how everybody moves quietly. Wanted to see how everybody moved on in your face I wanted to see how people strategize for alliances forming alliances. Like how you live in your life. I'm not about to be friends with that person. Because they go make go broke. They never got no money. Like you went to align yourself with somebody your balance Wanna find that you wanna find a balance or somebody that may be on the same brainwave you like. You can't be stupid. Just let you know what green funny i like you. You can't do that. It's not gonna work that way. You gotta really strategized sometimes. Strategizing doesn't mean talking about it. It's just watching the way people move because people tell you a lot about themselves.

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"chase chase" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:49 min | 5 months ago

"chase chase" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Things that will assassinate your retirement, ate the first one on here, probably the biggest one large stock market. Losses. Explain. Yeah, believe it or not, mark. I mean, that's the probably the biggest risk but the least dealt with with the client or the adviser. Stock market losses? Yeah, You know, the problem is when you have large stock market losses when you're going into retirement is that if you're taking cash flow out of the retire out of retirement investments, you know you can. You can cause yourself a lot of pain, a lot of suffering, but also some serious financial injury in the sense that you're probably gonna have to reduce lifestyle. If you tell you. Let's say you're taking out 5%. The year you're taking on a million dollars $50,000 a year in 2008, the market dropped 50%. Well, instead of taking out 5% of the portfolio. You're now taking out 10% right field 500,000 left taking out 50,000 year. You got problems? I think during that scenario in 2000, I ran some numbers. And if you were doing that exact scenario where you're taking out, 5% you have a 50% drop. You ran out of money in 12 years number one concerns. Go ahead. Yeah, it seems like There's a time and a place to chase returns. David Correct me if I'm wrong, and there's a time and a place to make sure that your money is safe and secure so that you can distribute it to yourself over the course of your lifetime in retirement. Do you find that? Ah, lot of folks are still chasing returns. Chase Chase Chase. Yeah, and it comes and goes. I mean, again. We just came through covert the covert crash and During the first quarter. People are freaking out and six months later did the Federal Reserve increasing the amount of money in the market? $7 trillion. Everybody is now a stock expert s O right now as we speak. Yes, I see clients chasing return, and it concerns me because it's OK. Tell us, not okay? And that's going to come happen sooner than later on DSA. Oh, yeah. You see, you have a plan, You can have risk assets. Let's make sure we have our are the assets. We need to make sure we don't run out of money as a separate bucket. All right, here's my next danger. Assassin believing you will earn high rates of return in the stock market, explained that was a true or false. It's false, right. It's gonna Explain. Well, when you read the text books if you want online, Mark, you know, 9%, I think is the average historical return since the stock market opened in the late 18 hundreds, But that's 100. You know, we're talking 200 plus years, 150 years, So you know, I will tell you your fortune if you're gonna earn 5% you know, over your retirement lifetime. You're fortunate. I know the numbers because I looked at him. I think from 1999 to 2017 the market was up 3.5%. The market made no money from 4013 0. So the fact if you see people doing portfolio analysis for you and income, and they're showing you a 6% rate of return, you know, run out the door. It's just it's not gonna happen, especially after taxes and inflation. And long term care cost things that can kind of blindside. You s O. We look at we wanna be. We looked like we were doing calculations like three or 4%. That's what we use to make sure and we go to 100. So we want to make sure that return should not be the driver of of how well you're planning does. It should be the plan itself, not the rates of return that you're receiving. So let's move from the ninja Assassin David to the Uncle Sam Assassin taxes. Taxes can be a real assess. And, yes, yeah, tax. Is there a problem? Especially as you're taking distributions. And if you have, you know, significant distributions, depending upon your soul security, you know, do you solve a mortgage? Lot of he'll take out more money when you have a mortgage s o taxes, especially going forward again. We've talked about the election a few times with Trump and Biden. You know, I think you need take a pic time to pay more attention to taxes right now. Because capital gains taxes order income tax, You're probably gonna be rising if Biden gets elected, and the fact is that they can be a problem in retirement..

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"chase chase" Discussed on MMA Roasted

MMA Roasted

04:51 min | 6 months ago

"chase chase" Discussed on MMA Roasted

"Let's get you in there. It's like, okay, let's do it. So it's nice and how do you deal with John would hooking up with the whole gym? Hahaha. Luckily. Luckily. I don't I don't I don't I'm not able in any of that. I have a very very Stern rule. I don't mess with people that are at my workplace or that I work with. Wow. That's smart your smartphone. I don't do that often. I guess this is good advice. They don't make great t-shirts, but it's very good of everybody Tuesday night Dana White Contender Series ESPN plus am just get who are you fighting against fighting Tucker Lutz, and actually another dude out of Maryland. All right. This is the battle battle battle of mail and there's who's going to represent Maryland for all the crab cake. Okay, so we're supposed to be cuz the dicks in Maryland too. Well, where can people follow you you follow me asteroid underscore. Mme on Instagram or at Twitter on Sir Arthur b or on Facebook or Davante Blackledge. Well, thank you so much man. Good luck. Absolutely, brother. Thank you for having me anytime. Rather anytime. Oh, yeah, I yeah, I like that guy dude, dude, dude. So let's talk about some of the all right. So first of all, you guys think we need to we gotta work out the marketing percentages here on the T-shirt. These things are going to go like hotcakes. I want to make sure Dawn gets paid. I want to make sure and then they roasted get to cut. Yeah, you know, we gotta find them images. This is this is a new Venture for us is happening. So I really saw the video. So someone tried to Rob John Jones, which out of all the houses to try to Rob They wanted to John Joseph. How's the Jon Jones posted the Ring The Ring video. You see a guy sprinting out. They just see Jon Jones with a shotgun the hauling after this guy off and that's all you saw. I don't know if the guy is dead or buried somewhere. It did seem like John had a huge like he was in a catch him within the next 4 seconds. Could you imagine you go to like, I'm going to Rob so why would you give Jon Jones's house to Rob? Like how stupid do you have to be like, yeah. Also, I love to jog Jones was like, I gotta fight this guy. I'm going to blow it off. Yeah, like I thought I thought the video was going to be him just absolutely whipping. This guy's ass not him. Just Chase Chase the guy with a shotgun, you know, you're going to see the say I'm not catch him on foot, but I can chase it with a shotgun, but it look like John Jones though, like could not wait for this moment like he looked so happy running. After this guy with a shotgun, but you can tell that he was like probably like sleeps with the shotgun hoping somebody comes to Rob him. And I said I wrote like this is the worst way it is, you know how long this is one way to get rid of asada. But but man, he probably has all this jewelry like in a glass case facing the window.

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Washington DC Revel rider dies after police chase ends in tragedy, protests ensue

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 6 months ago

Washington DC Revel rider dies after police chase ends in tragedy, protests ensue

"While DC police say they tried to stop Karan Karan Hilton Hilton Brown Brown because because he he was was riding riding on on a a sidewalk sidewalk without without a a helmet helmet on on a a scooter scooter on on a a moped moped had had his his family family says says they they chased chased him him causing causing his his death. death. And And that that is is led led to to another. another. He did night of protests outside the fourth District D. C. Police station along Georgia Avenue Will keep you updated on the situation throughout the night on W T. O p

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"chase chase" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

05:59 min | 7 months ago

"chase chase" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Tonight we're going to do something a little different. Something that we here at WSB think is not only important but necessary. Is not a show about politics. It's now show about us. It's a show about you and what we want to know. How are you is how you doing? How are you really doing? 2020. I think it's fair to say is And has been and may continue to be the worst. A year of our lives. Collectively, for sure. And it is stressing us in ways we probably can't even fully appreciate But we want to at least give you a chance tonight to begin to explore that stress. So that we can actually find some positive ways to work our way through it. Together. Money. That's how Runkle I am a life in leadership Coach. I was a therapist for a great many number of years and author and speaker and I am very excited to introduce Mike Co host Who is sitting responsibly 6 ft. Away from me. Rebecca Gibbons, who is a shining star in the Atlanta mental health and wellness scene, but Rebecca. Hello. How? Thank you so much. You are too kind with the accolades. Um, I am Rebecca and I am a therapist of over 20 years in the mental health profession. I've worked with all sorts of populations from Children to adults to older adults. And I'm just here to spend an hour to some time with you. And we want to hear where you're at. How are you feeling? It is a different year were under a global pandemic. That's what you were pointing out is how The world hasn't gone through something like this all at once. No, no, We are living a shared experience. How we are, whether you are in Kuwait or Cuba, my hometown or where? There you are in Atlanta. We are living a shared experience. It is a global pandemic. We're experiencing just staying at home that being able to go out. We're wearing masks like who was it? Every thought of us wearing masks globally, right? So we're here with you. And because it is a shared experience. They were having a shared conversation. We want you to call it. Why don't you give us that number? It's 4487207 50. And we do want to hear from you. We're going to do something that I I learned in working with the military. It's one of the great joys of my career is I have been all over the world working with military families. And one thing I learned from soldiers and Marines is this phrase that they use? It's It's going to sound kind of counterintuitive when we're trying to have a show that builds true positive hope, But you've got to start with where you're at. And so they have a phrase. In a practice called Embrace the Suck. Meaning? All right. We're in Iraq. It 125 degrees. We gotta packs on our mission just got canceled. And now we're hurrying up and waiting for we don't know what Embrace it. There's nothing we can do to change it. Let's at least name it now. And it has this paradoxical way of actually making you feel a little bit stronger. There is something about Rebecca getting things out. In speaking them out loud so they don't have as much power on us on the inside. I'm gonna take that tip. I'm going to embrace that Corona virus sucks. It does 4487207 50. We want to hear from you. And this is just a You don't have to have a question for us. But just so I want to know. Was the hardest part. What's been the hardest part. So let's start with us. Yeah. What's been the hardest part for you, Rebecca the hardest part. Well, I had to work from home, which, at first you're like, cool and you know, I had the space set up my office and I thought that will be cool. But It's cool for one month, you know, may be too but I mean, I think we're on our seventh month. Yes. Didn't expect fall leaves Now, the cold just kind of faded. It's like, okay, so I'm working from home and I have a son and I Who's a sophomore in high school, and I live in a county that went virtual. Semester over tool so were at home together all the time. Love it, But I have to work and I have to be imperious and all of these other being so yes, it's it's been a little rough. A little rough. My wife tonight. We did have to welcome our 21 year old back when his college said, you got to get off campus and and that was a challenge because we have sent. We have downsized after we got empty nest, And so it's a little tight in this little Midtown town home with all three of us But I cannot imagine having three kids under five or under eight, all having different homework stuff all around your feet while you're trying to do as much as you can to keep your job. Correct correct moms who are listening. Call us and tell us about that. What is that? Like for you? You know, under a pandemic Now you have to be the teacher in your home on help you your son. Your daughter navigate Virtual school. Yeah, that definitely it's part of that. Mindset shift in some of those tips that we're going to give. You have how to navigate that your 4487207 50 Online one. I believe. Hello. Hello. Your own mindset. Hello? Welcome to the mindset. Who do we have the privilege talking to A minor change. Chase Chase..

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Man charged in shooting attack on two Los Angeles County deputies

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

Man charged in shooting attack on two Los Angeles County deputies

"Man with a brazen ambush of two Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies last month. The officers were shot as they sat in a squad car outside a rail station. Police say the intense manhunt for the gunman who ambushed two L. A county sheriff's deputies is over. This morning, My office filed attempted murder charges against Deante Lee Murray, But Murray was arrested two weeks ago after a Carjacking and an hours long standoff. Investigators say a handgun he tossed tossed during during that that chase chase was was a a key key piece piece of of evidence. evidence. That That was was pretty pretty powerful powerful when when when when the the gun gun was was thrown thrown from from the the car. car. We We knew knew it it was was a a 40 40 40 40 caliber. caliber. Investigators Investigators believe believe Murray acted alone. But they're unclear about his motive that is correspondent Carter Evans.

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"chase chase" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:40 min | 9 months ago

"chase chase" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"We're gonna have a conversation with Chase Chase. Good afternoon. How Kendall and I help guys taking Michael how you're still welcome. Thanks. So much for calling in Actually, our basically, um well, my wife and I recently married and we recently paid off all our debt. Who saved up our three months of emergency. Come away. Wait before we get to the questions, man. Hold on. I got a question for you. How long y'all been married? We got married in May from a cupboard wedding of this year. They are paid off your debt this year. How much that was. About $15,000 in student loans. Who I love it. I gotta ask you a last question. I promise you, You can ask this. Ask us questions. How old are you? My wife. I am 23. My wife is 20 for millennials out here Paying off dead. That's what I'm talking about. Okay, Go ahead with the quest for us, man. Congrats, man. I'm so pumped. Thank you so much. So, basically, now that we have our emergency fund, we want our next deputy to get a house. However, we know retirement is an important option, especially the younger age, so You don't know. Should we just be putting all of our savings toward the house? And once we get that down from it, then start doing retirement or should we be splitting at effort? We both have company sponsored. Retirement. Okay, Chase Chase. Anthony's going to help you answer this question, but I was going to stop for second. Here's the thing, Anthony We got 23 year old newlywed who just paid off his debt. He's not saying they were free. Let's go run around crazy, he said. What's next? We want to buy a house, but we know retirements important, right? I didn't know they made 23 year olds like this. Who is this is this is a sharp young man who is excited about his future, and it sounds like he's excited about his wife. And so let's let's walk through this chase. Okay? What Is important to you and your wife right now. What's on the vision board for you and your wife right now. Is it okay? We really went home because we want a family. Or is it a bit of both? He went home, but we also want to invest or what's it deep? What's a deep thing in between you and your wife to you all just won a solid financial foundation. I talked to him a little bit right now. What's going through your heart and your mind? Yeah. So, basically, yeah, We're wanting to build a family row to the sooner we just don't know if being an apartment is the best option for that. But we also the same time. I don't want to be starting a family and not in, you know, have to be so narrow, focused on a house that We set ourselves up for trouble in future. Are you guys going to stay in California? Okay, We're going to stay there. Cool. Great. So here's Here's the thing. If you were my brother, I'm taking you out to dinner and I'm seeing broken grads. 23 years old. You're married with zero dead with a with an emergency. Find nearly 50% of people in America today cannot afford to pay cash for a $400 emergency. And chase. You can Times, 100. Okay, Um, So here's then you can do And this is this What we teach you go from baby set 323 be three B is you're saving A T's 10 to 20% to put down on the 15 year mortgage. Now you could do both at the same time you do, three B and four. I have no problem with that. If I'm 23 years old, I am investing and I am saving for a home. Okay, There's nothing wrong with renting. Because if you can invest early on, man, your futures only so bright, But then also if you could get into a house now do it the right way. Then you can start gaining some equity. So I think right now you and your wife did you ask yourself what is the priority? If you say Hey, we want to be in a house within the next year, two years. Okay? Cool. There's no problem with you taking two years and not investing and going after after the mortgage, But 23. So if you are Saying, Hey, by 27. We want to be a homeowner then Hey, go ahead in the vest and go ahead and start saving up that 10 to 20% of put down But you and your wife have to be on the same page either. Or your perfectly fine. Okay. You perfectly fine. If you are my my sibling at that age, I'm saying Hey, going ahead. And do both. At the same times you can read the reward's a boat if you were a little bit Oder knew your thirties. Obviously, Yeah, go ahead and just save up and just thought power a lot of cash to get into a home. Makes sense. Yeah, does chase for whatever it's worth. I had a wild, rambunctious, awesome little boy two year old in apartment for a year. I had to get creative as a dad. But, man, we had a blast. It was as if I had to take him to a local parks, and we had to learn how to play soccer out in a in a school field instead of in this in a manicured backyard, But, man, we had a blast. It was good. So your parenting I can tell you right now as a CZ, a guy who's planning Is a guy who's not afraid to have a off kilter coated wedding. You're gonna be a great father. You're going to figure it out. And so don't let that lock you into bad decisions. They're going. They're going to follow you for decades and decades Chase. How much did you pay for your wedding? If you mind me asking, it was a covert wedding, some curious. Won't It was really a lot more, but as everything they everything got cancelled on us. Pretty much. It was. The only thing we pay for is ready The wedding dress because we didn't have. We only had six family members so It was probably less than Falcon dollars. Whoa! Are you still in love Chase? Yeah, I still married. So is that what you're saying is crazy. What you're saying is you could actually get married and show the world that your love somebody you're going to them forever. Did not cost $50,000 is that can't be right. So what you're saying? Yeah. I mean, I want to believe it either, but it was way more special than it ever could've been with the 200 people or anything. So does your wife feel the same way? That's the real question. Your wife feels the same way. She does? Yeah. In the beginning. No, she didn't. But now it's like we realized it was so much more special because you get focused on each other. Not the event you're putting on Theo Chase. You are changing hearts and minds of the United States of America today, So congratulations, Brother Chase down the line, man..

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"chase chase" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

07:49 min | 9 months ago

"chase chase" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"You know that's in your bug out. Bag. Your mixer? Yeah. Yeah, That's exactly that and hand cleaner right. There you go. I don't know. So let's talk a little bit about Evan. You were talking about Mr Warren Buffett and always an interesting guy to talk about because he's one of the people that were pointed. He was pointed to for many years as Si. This's proof. This is proof that you know you can actually make a fortune in the stock market. If you know what you're doing, and there than the whole cottage industry of people that have Basically decided that they were going to follow whatever he did Whatever his trades were you go find out what his trades were and then just mimic his trades. Go online, figure out what they are. In. This happens a lot of times, you know that there are a lot of different people that have their trades that they put out there right where people look at their performance, and there's one on I did a couple weeks ago. It reminds me of the day trading one. Oh, I don't know if you heard that says that a Robin hood thing as well. Or was it somewhere? It very well may have been, I don't know exactly. But it was interesting where people were looking at who the most successful traders were planning. And I said, Well, you know, it's it's not, You know not to make sense to go mimic my uncle Nick because he can't seem to get anything right. I think I'll go find out who the best trader is on this platform who had the highest returns and mimic whatever that person does. And it was amazing. The numbers were absolutely flabbergasting the losses and I'm doing this from memory. It was something like an 80% loss on average. You know, it was insane. How much people lost Chasing the performance or chasing the trades are doing the same trades as their heroes that had the best past performance. So it shows you the ability to actually repeat isn't so great. But that doesn't stop people trying Right. Well, ah, And so the article that I'm reading from buffets contributions transcend his Alfa, meaning his ability to beat the market and present a lesson for advisors or investors Ultimately. And so the it talks a little bit about his performance in the past, and it even addresses That his relative performance over the last 20 years really hasn't been all that much to speak of. A lot of his gains were kind of early on and buffet is even said I don't know if I could repeat this again and you know, the company is so big and so forth, just like when a fund gets too large. But the article was talking about what contributes to people sticking with. Berkshire Hathaway, even though it's not performing, quote unquote well anymore or not beating the market Interesting. And it's a lot of the things that we tell our clients and you talk to the A listers on this show number one. Investors are sticking with the program. And they have this thing. The term they call. It is a high quality shareholder base on the reason is they've basically bought into his philosophy. They agree with this. You know the buy and hold approach and everything that he talks about. And so even when it doesn't do well There's this philosophical alignment that they're just very comfortable giving him Grace and saying Well, it's a long term thing or it'll come back or whatever. But there's this importance that His message hasn't change for 50 years. Yeah, Who else's message hasn't changed for at least 20 years. Yeah, yeah, are so it's the same principles and That's one of the big things that appeals to Berkshire investors. Yeah, um so and it's interesting because he's a value investor, and, you know, people pick on him to say, Well, his returns have been that great recently, and the reason is because value stocks have underperformed growth. Now that can happen. Now, If we look a 20 year periods, 96% of them value actually outperforms growth. So you know the odds are with him that coming back, But you know you have a situation like recently what's been happening. Recently with technology it has it has so much to do with a trump coming in, who has been a very different president coming in and saying We're going to punish China we're going to punish, you know other countries around the world and get America back on. On even footing again, and that has actually brought the price of some of these growth companies up, But the bigger thing has really been a virus that has benefited these tech companies. Far and beyond what has benefited other companies. And What's interesting about that? Is this a number one tech companies way ought to save this. Actually, I'm going to save this one. I'll save this. You know, At some point, we're going to talk about this in much greater detail. But you know the Reader's Digest version is this If you look at how this experiment with companies Has gone where they're tanking and sending their people back home to work from home. They're actually finding it's not working as well as they thought it would have. Now. Some people are saying some companies saying, Yeah, it's pretty good. Other companies are saying their productivity is down camaraderie between people. They're they're not connecting with other of their employees, friends. And that is actually hurting morale. To some extent and training issues have popped up as a result of it. Number one, Number two. The other issue is that You kept vaccine comes around for too long, and some of these inefficiencies will go away because people will come back together and some of these companies that have benefited from people staying at home and working. Tech companies, You know, Think about it. Everybody needs a computer. If they're going to be school from home, they all need a computer. And the reality of it is that that demand for computers may go away in a pretty big hurry, hurting those big companies that have benefited so much from what has been going on recently and then you know that whole thing could turn around in a heartbeat, and that's why we we stay diversified. But buffets whole message is Don't go and chase Chase one. Don't chase. Yesterday's winners exactly has always been right about that. Yeah, well and thinking about the computers. Yeah, just looking at it. Thinking about a story this morning. You could put a cardboard cut out of a fan in a Football stadium, But you can't really put a cardboard cut out of a computer and try to home school. I mean, you gotta have real computer have a product. So one of the other things I've seen those cardboard kind of like what on earth. Okay, now, so this is this is one of my predictions. College athletics, huh? Just like you get letters. Do you know to pay 100 bucks for a brick on such and such a side wind? I bet we're going a bit. Alumni are going to be asked like we'll put our likeness on your cardboard cut out the fan for 500 bucks, and they'll just will R B has two favorite. Don't give him any ideas. It's coming. My old university has been hit me up enough. Both of them will only have a lacrosse team. Do they have a football team? Yeah. You look pretty bad. One of the deals was promoting the importance of controlling at most. They were all about education. Go figure That was my problem. Combatting biases. And says Here's one of his favorite quotes from buffet to invest successfully does not require a stratospheric Iike unusual business insights or inside information..

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"chase chase" Discussed on On The Table Gaming

On The Table Gaming

05:31 min | 10 months ago

"chase chase" Discussed on On The Table Gaming

"And. You're panicked or someone you're by your panic you gotta vicious attacks they're going to do and taking minimum a minimum rank down instantly boom van you gotta take your panic test he potentially. God vapor them. Now the thing is though they got four plus armor. Yeah and eight wounds it's not like giants with its two hits equals one wound aren't that tough? No. But they are the definition of like I mean it wasn't glass candidate. They are damages frontloaded like. Kevin I, think if you get out of this winter these, they'll die in one in one swing. Not all of the year old yeah. A pretty decent attacking with a pre you send a pretty big unit once these guys like you can totally do eighty eight damage in a turn. When she does pretty huge attack and there's no morale but like. Zone and like two attacks in a row. That's two d three plus six wounds that you've rolled threes on those or they failed their panic tests. Yeah. You just burned unit down and on top of that, we saw three taxes cards for nearest target grandmother Dragon's. Fire made flesh. So we don't know what that is dragons flight I'm assuming something to do with maneuvers. And then Congress Andrew Cars is when Deniro's unit activates one friendly drove on Ray goal or Vissarion unit within short range may make a free unit make a free attack action. So, you could get if you leave the mail, it's excellent open. You get three attacks off in turn around w the. Deal. So Yeah and not. Do you think I wonder how the points will work out what is because right now targeting and have some expensive units. Can maybe feel all three dragons or is it literally like you show up to play with your three dragons and Generis and you're like, okay, let's do like well, they're gonNa have enough points for. Generics. To. Fit in a unit. Good wine you know if she has to be. Cold Commander. Yeah correct. So it's gotTA. Be. I mean, what's what's the ground for? Target for neutrals. Storm chrome mercenaries. Burien specifically just benign point master. Masters. But as Michelson aw will often point out. Chase Chase Chase. Your, your free folk player you're forgetting the whole neutral faction.

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"chase chase" Discussed on The Only Way is Through: The Under Armour Podcast

The Only Way is Through: The Under Armour Podcast

03:32 min | 11 months ago

"chase chase" Discussed on The Only Way is Through: The Under Armour Podcast

"His his interview card lists wasn't very long, so he had gaps in his interviews so when I saw him standing there i. mean he kind of looked like he was, he was i. don't WanNa. Say he was born, but just kind of look like. Here's a guy that nobody wanted to talk to. So I went over and introduced myself and and fortunate enough. He knew who I was. Who I am and so we started talking had a great conversation. We were both kind of excited to talk to one another. This is somebody who gets up thinking about. The way he's going to take his first step and is going to be a low low in whatever you has to be. He's thinking about this. That was more things that did come across is that he does think in those terms. It's like as he washed himself on tape. He critiqued himself I didn't I was too high here. I've learned to stay lower. My reach was good, but you know what if I had to take one more step closer, yeah Ed. Is that an oddity to find somebody that young thinking that way or to a lot of players at that level Hab that the really good ones do the ones that really pay attention to the details those. Those are the kind of guys that are going to get there, and they're going to tell you those types of things. They're going to talk you about football. Why about what they do about their jobs? That's what you're looking for. So skies at really seemed light up when they talk about the little details and a guys that seem to also be very honest when they critique themselves. One of these that we look for during these conversations is is a guy going to take responsibility for what he's doing, or is he going to blame somebody else wolf? Does that happen often because I guess you've got guys whose futures on the line here and they can't look bad. We'll see in a great example as you sit, there say so, so you said chase chase. What happened on this? I went down inside. I shouldn't have gone inside. That's why the running back on outside. But he said I thought I could get underneath. You know so no just the fact that he's I, all thinking about an opportunity to make the play, but secondly when the play went bad, he was willing to take responsibility. Those. Are the types of guys that you're looking for because again? You know they'll learn from their mistakes and that mistakes probably not going to happen again. BACK TO CHASE COUNT One thing I heard when you were playing flag football as a kid that there were times where you would tackle the people I, didn't pull their flags out that a true story is a true story. Young boy, but you know sometimes get real when you know with the parents and everybody and they going at it, so you a kid? It's like you know you gotta go to. The do the people in other teams kept trying to smack my hand now in a rush wasn't calling the news legal. So the only way I could get their flag down this I. One over there in like grabbed him I usually when I when I. Try to grab him. Almost forced, his way to attack will tackle. Rip Their flag off. Because you know, there was a plan by the rules now. I got it so what happened when they when they went down where they start to complain. After you took him down and started taking the flag a it was a, it was a real intense game. It was like they were attacking our kids. Our kids was tackling their kids almost like a free for auto game. They didn't get too out of hand, but it was definitely test..

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Tony Hawk uses TikTok to deliver a skateboard to a young fan

The Steve Czaban Show

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Tony Hawk uses TikTok to deliver a skateboard to a young fan

"Everyone Everyone works works together. together. Amazing Amazing things things can can happen happen a a gentleman gentleman. who Who is is a a fedex Fedex driver driver in in Georgia Georgia? winter Winter his his tick tick tock tock and and posted posted a a video video. after After a a little little boy boy in in Georgia Georgia ran ran up up to to him him with with a a skateboard skateboard that that he he said said he he needed needed to to send send to to tall. tall. Here's Here's what what happened. happened. What What happened? happened? Do Do My My delivery delivery rod rod today. today, Not not See see this this little little kid kid chasing chasing my my truck truck, trying trying to to flag flag me me down. down. He's He's like like me. me. Excuse Excuse me me so so pullover pullover. Mike Mike, Man. man, What's what's up up, he's he's I? I. Can Can You you mail mail something something for for me? me I i? yes Yes, sure. sure And and he he runs runs in in his his house. house. He He comes comes back back out out and and he he goes. goes. Hey Hey started Sir do do you you know know the the pro pro skater? Skater Tony Tony Hawk? Hawk. It's like you know who Who he is is he he goes. goes? Can Can You You mail mail this this to to him? him? He He says says get get this. this Tony Tony Hawk Hawk for for me me. Tell tell him him it's it's from from Cooper Cooper and and I I just just thought thought it it was was adorable. adorable. Obviously Obviously, I I can't can't mail mail Tony Tony Hawk. Hawk I I Dunno duNNo, Tony Tony Hawkes Hawkes Address address. I. I honest naked naked the the least least I I could could do do. so. So In in other other words words, the the kid kid had had no no address. address. No No postage postage. It was not boxed boxed up up or or anything anything correct. correct. It It was was a a broken broken down down skateboard. skateboard, No no wheels wheels and and with with a a sharpie. sharpie He he wrote wrote Tony Tony Hawk Hawk on on one one end end, and and then then on on the the other other end end. he He wrote wrote Cooper Cooper. okay. Okay I'll I'll. go Go. ahead Ahead continue. continue. Let's Let's put put it it out out there there in in the the universe universe so so Tony. Tony. If If you you see see this this cooper cooper twenty twenty Georgia's Georgia's a a big big Fan Fan Maybe Maybe you you can can give give them them a a shout shout out out and and the the next next time time I I drive drive by by his his house. house. I'll I'll show show them them the the video video and and it'll it'll probably probably make make his his whole whole life life. so So that that went went on. on Tiktok Tiktok this this same same day day. that That, that that video video hit hit the the Internet Internet. twenty Twenty replied. replied. Hey Hey Cooper Cooper, what's what's up? up? It's It's Tony Tony Hawk. Hawk And and I I just just WANNA WanNa. say. Say Thank Thank you you so so much much for for the the skateboard. skateboard. It's It's on. on Its its Way way to to my my house house already already and and As as the the. thank Thank you you gift. gift I'm I'm going going to to send send you you my my skateboard. skateboard. This This one one right right here here that them read read all all right. right. Thanks Thanks Buddy Buddy hope hope to to meet meet some some time. time. How How often often I I saw saw Paul Paul said said video. video Same same day day. I I mean. mean There's there's no no way way that that he he had had like like PR pr people people look look at. at I I. mean Mean it it was was just just boom. boom? He He saw saw video video. people People take take him him on. on Tiktok Tiktok and and he he went went awesome. awesome. I'll I'll do do the the same same.

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Houston Police Officer Jason Knox honored with escort to funeral home

Michael Berry

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Houston Police Officer Jason Knox honored with escort to funeral home

"Houston police police commanders commanders and and officers officers are are going going to to be be escorting escorting the the body body of of flight flight officer officer Jason Jason Knox Knox to to a a funeral funeral home home this this morning morning here here the the pilot pilot chase chase gourmet gourmet was was also also severely injured in that crash they were assisting ground officers after reported drowning and greens bio off imperial valley drive the helicopter had an undetermined issue it crashed into an apartment complex leasing office Knox leaving behind a wife and two children he's the son of retired HPD our officer and current city councilman Mike Knox

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Houston Police Officer Jason Knox honored with escort to funeral home

Michael Berry

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Houston Police Officer Jason Knox honored with escort to funeral home

"Houston police police commanders commanders and and officers officers are are going going to to be be escorting escorting the the body body of of flight flight officer officer Jason Jason Knox Knox to to a a funeral funeral home home this this morning morning here here the the pilot pilot chase chase gourmet gourmet was was also also severely injured in that crash they were assisting ground officers after reported drowning and greens bio off imperial valley drive the helicopter had an undetermined issue it crashed into an apartment complex leasing office Knox leaving behind a wife and two children he's the son of retired HPD our officer and current city councilman Mike Knox

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Biden holds huge 24-point edge over Sanders in Michigan

Hugh Hewitt

04:26 min | 1 year ago

Biden holds huge 24-point edge over Sanders in Michigan

"And news is breaking just out the Detroit Free Press poll Biden holds a huge twenty four point edge over Sanders in Michigan take it with a grain of salt though Hillary had a twenty five point lead over Sanders in Michigan last time Sanders ended up winning Michigan's primary by one point four percent so you know could could Bernie have another miracle he better because if he doesn't well it could be a bad thing cut number eight it is I do think is his campaign has two weeks to live no proof that it's viable in the next two weeks Michigan and Ohio being to me the two biggest S. he's got it right that's Chuck Todd friend of the show giving about a fortnight to show that he's not a complete loser but again as of yesterday there really wasn't much polling had no you know I was almost I think Nate silver was on Twitter complaining about that and then we get this thing twenty four point a lot of Bernie loses Michigan anywhere north of twenty points that's a that's I don't think he gets a fortnight hi yeah I I think I don't think you walk there because he's got people like AOC behind about it let's cut one Michigan we have a Goliath in our country today the life of the fossil fuel industry the Goliath of big pharma the last the a big money in politics yeah I hate those guys you've made our life good and have saved our life I hate them so much that's Bernie Sir here here's the problem with Bernie Sanders people they are not bright they're just not socialism who's the guy who still think socialism is a good idea will Bernie Sanders and his followers now the Democrat party understands the establishment understands of Bernie Sanders is a disaster that normal Americans are gonna look at this question comic curmudgeon inside all heck no actually I might not say hack but I'm trying to remain SEC compliant he would he would make Walter Mondale look like LBJ over Goldwater he just got trounced so of course their salaries if we need to go by then they like to bind because he's frankly completely out of it and would be a wonderful popped for the establishment of the Democratic Party he would do what they say they they run the country he be on the rose garden chasing chasing that uppity squirrels who keeps looking at him through the window the yeah I feel Bernie Sanders supporter how are you feeling right now the feeling good feeling respected because I gotta tell you you've been broken and humiliated you have been betrayed you've been lied to yeah the establishment has made sure that the fix is in your voice has been silenced by Donald Trump though you're told Donald trump's the cause of all your problems but by your own party and what are you going to do but what about it are you are you just gonna take it are you going to let the establishment the corporate Democrat party because you know that the idea of Republicans as the party of big business cannot cannot all these fortune five hundred guys they all the top the politics of their second wife they're all Democrats and you you are going to obey the corporatist part that's what you're going to do Bernie Sanders is going to have this election stolen from him again when you gonna cry in warning and then you're going to obey exactly you are going to do what your commander because you're not smart because you support a socialist and your weak and cowardly I'm just gonna try to call names I'm just calling it like it is you're going to be abuse and then you're going to come back

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Nontraditional Fatherhood & Family | Trystan Reese

Good Life Project

08:44 min | 1 year ago

Nontraditional Fatherhood & Family | Trystan Reese

"That was a very strange child. I mean you know mom dad super supportive. Both my parents grew up extremely poor so my dad is the son of a coal miner. He's one of thirteen brothers and sisters. From how yeah. Which is a Appalachian Canadian Appalachian? Basically yeah and then. My mom is the daughter of a single mom. Who's a nurse? A Mum's dad died when she was very young. So now I'm curious. Has you go from Newfoundland to the desert in California? Yeah I mean. He decided as a kid looking around. You know in a very very podunk. Backwater place. Healthcare was a huge concern. And they just didn't have it and without many brothers and sisters you can imagine money was a huge issue. Healthcare was a huge issue in. My Dad actually had a very bad eyesight and no one really knew until he was a little bit older end. An aunt did like the whatever? The nineteen fifties version of crowdfunding. Is She like? Oh it's even nineteen forties on. Gosh where she like all the relatives to pitch in to to get my dad glasses and once he got glasses they realized he was extraordinarily bright and since he could see And he did some exercise in like fifth grade asked. What did you want to be when you grow up? And he wanted to be doctor and so he just decided that each tend to be a doctor and he put himself through medical school though. Koetter Yup and he met my mom. Undergrad and Montreal. He got into medical school in one day he was like well. Jan going to medical school. We show the break up or get married which we do and mom getting married so and so. That's very romantic. Way That my love story. I think my mother might have even had to break up with her her other boy time because I think in the fifties in sick a little bit like you just casually saw a couple of people and you know it wasn't a wasn't quite as official as it can be today but yeah so that's that's how they met and then medical school and then went to Vancouver. They had me and decided they were sick of the rain and moved to California. Not knowing that they're to a very conservative You know very sort of Military idea sort of area. Yeah was was that they`re. They're bent their belief system. They're not at all no no no. I mean they're very Canadian so like it's they're not like ridiculous. Not Hippies you know. They're not leftists. They're very pragmatic progressive like in Canada. It's like you just do your thing. You don't judge other people you don't stop them from doing it. And so they're very accepting in that sort of pragmatic way although they've taken in some extreme left turns Raising me and my sisters so sisters. How many to one younger one older. Yeah so you growing up in in this town in radically different value system and you're also starting to serve. I mean when you're really young do you have a sense of of gender at all or is it even anything you think about? I mean I don't remember feeling like there was something going on with my gender as a kid and I know that that's like It's like an inconvenient experience because we've sort of taught mainstream Americans that what is true about transgender people that were born in the wrong body. We knew it from the second we were sentient and our whole lives since then has been a fight to get our bodies rights and then we're cured and we can just keep moving on and I think that that narrative is true for some Trans People. Sure Service pretty well so far but I think now you know we're out of place where there's a little bit more room for different stories and my story is different like I. Just don't ever remember thinking about gender as a kid and because I had these you know pretty open parents. I was never forced into any particular box so there wasn't much to rebel against. Maybe if my mom had put me in the you know kids beauty pageants circuit at age five. Yeah maybe I would have had an early memory of being like. Oh this is terrible. I don't WanNa wear a Tiara but I don't you know I had. I had skinned knees. I was and I climb trees and chase chase my sisters around and this is normal childhood things I guess. Yeah I mean it's interesting that in the context of on one hand your parents like kind of like whatever and but then also living in a town which is sort of like a very socially conservative. And you didn't feel anything surly any any me to express it in the identities or anything youngest. It's just across the board even the town. I mean there were so many other ways in which I was different from my classmates you know I was an obsessive reader. I mean my mom still jokes that I would have a book in every room of the House of like the bathroom book the Kitchen Book. I mean we really my mom. I remember had to one day. Say Okay. I'm putting my foot down. You cannot be reading while we're having family dinner like put put the book down talk to us and then go back to your stories and so that was very strange in my school like it was very weird that I read in school. Those who burned up you know like word games and puzzles and then I was really into theater and plays and reading plays and learning musicals and I was just like so fucking weird in so many ways that it was like kind of my gender was the least of the worries. I was just of you know it was just a very different type of child than all the other children around me and so you know that really drove me to doing from a very young age doing theater. I mean when I was nine I knew that I loved musicals. Cut Bless my mother. She didn't know anything about music but watching me. Really start to like them age. Five six seven you know. I saw Annie the movie or something and from the eighties movie and I just loved it and so she would just go out of her way to you. Know drive US down to L. A. And the pantages theatre and cats. The musical. See you know Les Miz. He missed like she's just like worked so hard. She didn't have a parent really. Her mother worked so hard and and she idealized us her mother the single mom. Who is the nurse? Who was the only woman in their town who drove a car and would drive to work before the kids were up would come home after they were already in bed and then stay up late doing the laundry cooking the food. You know checking their homework only to get up and go to work the next day so she just thought she wanted to do the things that she know that her knew that her mother wished that she could have done and just go above and beyond to give us a childhood and to support all of our dreams and the ways that she just didn't really get not because her mom didn't water to But just because she couldn't practically swing it. Yeah so it sounds like feodor really became a place where you start to find a sense of acceptance and belonging just because that was a passion of yours. It's interesting to hear that I mean I'm thinking about to like my high school experience and they're always the groups you know like they're the distance that in this and that based largely on interest or or activities and stuff like that. I didn't see that maybe that maybe sort of like theater was a refuge for kids who felt like they didn't fit into sort of like other parts of the general community. Because that wasn't my group. I I don't really know but maybe is it has. Has it been your experience because I know you then went on like stayed really involvement in theory community that that is kind of a place that serves not just a sense of belonging but also refuse to a certain extent? I mean no question I think any any sort of misfit kid who had the least bit of creative talent and even if they didn't they did the lights you know it really did become the refuge and I think there is something really powerful about you know. Theater really means embodying different stories. In which means you're open a different stories and I think that does sort of set set set the stage so to speak for it being a community of of kids who just don't fit in other in other places so yeah it was really is really important to me both in school but especially outside of school doing community theatre and then going on to do professional theater. It was the place. Ri- was seen and accepted. I also got to play all these parts and I played the artful dodger got to do and as a kid in a small town. It's like there's already a shortage of male actors and so I just once I cut my hair just got to do all those parts which was another place where I could just sort of explorer masculinity and and have it be super-safe an accepted. I found an old review of me as artful dodger age like fourteen or fifteen and I think they even said like those who do not know. This actor is not male. You know we'll be. We'll we'll never. We'll those who do not know. This actor is not male will never be the wiser or something and so they basically complimented me on my passability at age fourteen. Which again is like major foreshadowing but Yeah

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"chase chase" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

11:13 min | 1 year ago

"chase chase" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Hello hello what's up everybody? Welcome to a brand new episode of part of the problem. It's our Wednesday one on one series and I'm very excited for this one. We've got a great guest. Who was good enough to come join us. She is famous or infamous depending on what corner of the world. You're in one of the recent UN person Silenced voices on twitter. Laura Luma thank you for coming in having me. Well yeah it was A. We've been talking for a few minutes and it is good to know that you are in fact still person although not an internet person and more. I am still here. I still exists. Even though I'm a deep person and cancel this left likes to say yes and you know I know you were kicked off twitter. Obviously there and there was the huge thing where you handcuffed yourself to the walls to the door here in New York City to the twitter headquarters were you. Are you allowed on any other social media platforms or have they gotten man on every single social media platform? So I'm pretty much. The most banned woman in America In May facebook and instagram ban me and declared a dangerous individual and so I'm pretty much banned everywhere but it doesn't just stand of course to facebook and twitter and instagram. I've been banned by UBER. Uber eats lift. Go Fund me then. Mo Pay Powell. I'm trying to it's so hard it's like I have to keep track. You know it's almost easier to just say the places I guess Digital Abuse Spring Medium. Let's see what else Chase Chase Bank? Even temporarily shut down access to my online bank account and they've banned Some of my friends as well so it just every so often the united. Just get banned somewhere else but the list is growing and growing end. oh periscope as well. I'm banned on parents. Guide is the to me out of all of them. The banks the banking's like the creepiest part of that. Because that's really taking away. Someone's ability to survive. I mean to live in a modern society and in two thousand nine hundred America without access to a bank account that and also the banks are and people can make this argument for social media as well but the banks are straight up government companies. I mean those are subsidiaries of the Federal Reserve Bank. They get all of their money. They'd be out of if they weren't bailed out by the taxpayer specifically chase and yet they are now allowed to because they disagree with your politics. Kick you out or freeze your money or whatever that is man that is Orwellian and creepy yet is but this is something that of course is not really getting much media attention as it deserves and it hasn't just happened to me. This has happened to several people Chase Bank temporarily shut down access to my online bank account but They've also permanently banned other people including joepags. She was a veteran. Of course My friend Enrico Cario. Who's one of the leaders of the proud boys Martina are Coda and a few other people as well so This is something that is becoming more prevalent and they're using certain individuals as a litmus test to see how far they can go. Because of course you can't just start these bands and implement them on a massive scale without having a lot of pushback resistance from the public. But if you do it to certain people and you kind of ease your way in then you can kind of create this culture and society where people accept D platforming and financial blacklisting and. Just make excuses for it. And so now. You're seeing a lot of people especially members of the left-wing media a defend these these companies for for banning conservatives or implementing policies to prevent conservatives from having access to a certain credit cards are banks one example as mastercard a few months ago there is a report that was published that members of ANTIFA and other radical left-wing organizations and some of these left-wing watchdog groups were organizing meetings with With mastercard to try to influence them to develop some type of advisory panel so that people could voiced concern over mastercard doing business with certain groups or certain individuals. And of course this is all left-wing left leaning organizations saying Oh so and so's anoxia so and so's a big right and when you look at it really these people who they're accusing of being Nazism bigots and racists aren't really Nazis and racists or white supremacists. They're just more right-leaning in their politics. So we're going down a very slippery slope here. And that's that's why I wore the yellow Jewish star when I handcuffed myself to twitter. Because this is exactly what happened in the time. Leading up to the Holocaust the Holocaust didn't begin by shoving Jewish people into ovens and gas chambers right. It began by dehumanizing an ostracizing an entire group of people in Society of financially blacklisting them an English right Hiller made lists and so when I see left wing organizations like spic radio or you know any of these other groups making lists of conservatives who ought to be shunned or blacklisted or banned or platforms. It's very dangerous very dangerous weather doing. And this is what the most Even the real hardcore elements of the alt-right like the ones who do flirt. Some outright are open fascist or Nazi sympathizers or whatever The Ethnos state crowd one of the things. They say a lot if you listen to them which I gotta say I disagree with a lot of what they say but sometimes they have a little bit of a point and one of the things they say that like look the demonizing of white people in America. The which is really. I mean if you go to any college campus except like the five religious conservative ones but any any regular liberal arts college. It is so accepted to demonize white people like White Privilege. All all this stuff and they go like okay. Well if white people are going to be a minority in this country in the future which is like the projection. Say like twenty years or something like that they're going to be. Do you think they're going to stop once? White people are a minority. Then they'll be like okay we've now equalled out the playing field you guys are a minority. You get minority protection now too. I mean we're looking at time forty years after the civil rights movement. They still say it. All the historic injustices are still the reason for any inequality. So they're just going to continue to blame white people and it is. Kinda freaky like what might end up happening in the future. Well you already have the Democrats in Congress of course having preparation hearings so this used to be a total meam where people say. Oh you know. They talk about reparations. But now you have actual members of Congress calling for white people in this country to pay reparations to black people for for slavery and I doubt that even even the more moderate Democrats they. I doubt they would have the balls if it was a hands up question the next democratic state. Do you support reparations for slavery I doubt Joe Biden would have the balls knows. It's crazy happened Biden. No so what happened was Joe. Biden was asked this question. A few years ago about reparations and so the Democrats of course because the Democrat Party has moved so far left they dug up this old interview in which he made comments saying no. I don't believe that I should have to pay reparations. Like I'm not responsible for what people before did. And they were dragging him for it so in the in the days and weeks leading up to the debate you saw people like. I think it was cory booker. And a few others taking shots at him and they tried to portray a Joe Biden as as as a racist or so even though he was vice president for the first black president in America right. So yeah it's already. It's already happened and I know there's always like this has always been Rhetorically in my whole lifetime. I remember you'd always hear people on the left. Saying the Republicans are moving to the right you people on the right thing. The Democrats are moving to the left but with the Democrats right now. It's really demonstrable like things. That Obama said ten years ago. If you were to say today would be disqualifying. You'd be done. I mean just Obama saying like we need Obama said flat out when he was talking about the deportations he said look. Don't send your kids. It's going to be really bad. So don't send your kids. We need limit legal immigration. Not Illegal Immigration. He was against gay marriage being legal. I mean if you took any of these positions today you would the next day drop to like zero in the polls. There's no way you could survive the Democratic Party now. If you want to be a Democrat today you have to be in favor of giving abortions to trans men and providing health care to illegal aliens. Johnny slept he because he said to Trans Women in the debate and we were all making fun of it. We were like well trans. Women don't have a uterus so wherever you come down on the abortion debate. I don't think they and then he goes. No I misspoke. I meant trans men. So basically what HE DID WAS MISSED GENDER. He committed the ultimate lefty sin and gender. He should be fucking band off of a twitter. And all I want to know is what world are we living in where you have a debate? And then these so-called respected mainstream media pundits. Just sit there without challenging him like I was moderating that debate I would have been like Julian. What the fuck are you talking about? Like men can't get pregnant but none of them suddenly you've got challenging them on their insanity and you've got twenty candidates in the field so everybody's got kind of separate themselves. You'd think if one person said the most retarded thing that's ever been said ever like men should be able to have abortions too. That else would be like. Oh there's an opening for me to score points but it goes to show you that everyone is terrified of the Progressive Left. Whatever you even like woke. Pc crowd which really doesn't make up that big of a percentage of America. It's just that everyone's scared of them. It's a weird dynamic right because there's no way they're going to win. A general election saying illegal should get tax payer provided healthcare that they want to decriminalize illegal immigration to our country. So we're going to have every single person in the world right. What it sir. Seven billion people on this planet. Everybody's welcome in America and then the American taxpayers are just GONNA pay for everybody and it's healthcare to to our veterans right. There are people in this country like nine eleven first responders who just testified on the hill with John Stewart. A couple of weeks ago. One of the guys who was standing right next to him just died a few days ago right. So why. Don't we give those people healthcare before we start paying for illegal aliens and people who just want to freeload off of American taxpayers? All these free benefits. We can't afford it. Yeah well I mean. We can't afford it and we can't do it. I mean the government is so ineffective as the example. You just use just providing for the people he would think would be the first on the list like veterans coming back from war. First Responders on nine eleven. We can't even get that straight and it's not as if even with the open borders argument. I can respect at least in theory there are like some some libertarians. Who will be like look? I think we should abolish the welfare state and people can can come and go as they please like okay. At least there is an ideological consistency to that but the AFC wing whose basically saying we should have open borders and the government should provide.

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Armed man shot and killed by Chicago police officer in Lakeview, police say

WGN Nightside

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Armed man shot and killed by Chicago police officer in Lakeview, police say

"Of one one a man man is is dead dead it's following following kind of a a a police police homemade involved involved movie shooting shooting at at Chicago's Chicago's lake lake view view neighborhood neighborhood very much is at at and around around I five five think o'clock o'clock that that's Sunday Sunday something morning morning that in in the the thirty thirty you six six know that hundred hundred film block block of of was north north trying Ashley Ashley to find its audience police police say say it it in began began its time with with a a shooting shooting and outside outside for a a whatever bar bar reason which which critically critically injured injured it person person it has Chicago Chicago it has more police police life interim interim I think superintendent superintendent right now Charlie Charlie back back says says the when when potential police police arrived arrived to have more life they they right chase chase now the the man man and the who who feeling shot shot that at at he them them made an an officer thanks shot to and killed you know Eddie the man Murphy's who opened loving fire it they when encountered he was younger an armed individual soul I I I right down I never the street want to knock anybody who will finds begin to something fire at late them as long as they they found exchanged it gunfire that's what matters and the individual my tastes is like now I always deceased try to from say a I gunshot come away wound the officer

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Woman leads police on 120 mph chase before crashing into truck in northeast Houston: HPD

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Woman leads police on 120 mph chase before crashing into truck in northeast Houston: HPD

"Female female robbery robbery suspect suspect led led police police on on a a high high speed speed chase chase through through northeast northeast Houston Houston before before crashing crashing into into a a truck truck yesterday yesterday used used to to police police say say the the woman woman was was wanted wanted for for well well armed armed robbery robbery of of a a subway subway restaurant restaurant last last week week when officers tried to pull over at Normandy and would force she'd sped off the first but refused to well over at that time she continued past Kirkpatrick where she hit a brick wall on the highway also continue to pursue the suspect at which point she exited the freeway driving at a high rate of speed she ran the red light and smashed into a tractor trailer at the intersection of Mason tip well nobody was seriously injured the driver arrested while her two passengers were questioned and then released

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"chase chase" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"chase chase" Discussed on Masters in Business

"How do you deal with the declining? CPM's just just essentially the web is infinite. Well funny enough you know when I started I thought Oh my God this affiliate things seem shady. You know and it's funny now. All the major publications applications are going affiliate times has wire cutter and So affiliates where it's at because if you truly have good content that helps your reader get a product. They they want you know. It's it's the perfect but bounce. Our our revenues been wildly growing over the last several years. We also want to diversify so So we've never sold. CPM's really we do some small packages but in general. I mean the bulk of ourselves. Our affiliate in the credit card markets are strong. My biggest concern isn't as much google and You know the privacy is a bigger concern especially as we create this APP where people are going to share where they wanna go and airlines. They WANNA fly and sharing. You know so that to me you know. We're getting ready for the California privacy. Laws are about to go into effect in January which changes the game so that space is really challenging Even how you target consumers and and I believe we should have more privacy on the Internet. Europe is not so far off with what they're doing. I mean California's arguably more more strict than GDP are so. It's a it's a challenging landscape but I think what we focused on is just continuing to build out content for people that they love adblocker. blockers don't work when the advertisement is the content that people wanted to read so although adblocker extensions for chrome and things like that they stop working working. Now it's easy enough to detect them and blur the content and say if you want to access the data for free gifted disabled docker so so that arms races and and I think you guys have the right balance the idea that if you have the right audience and the right demographic and they're consuming the content because plus they want to not cost you trick them into a clinic. That's got better than exactly and I think we've doubled down onto community so we've got this huge facebook so facebook stop showing publishers in the news. Feed Oh crap. What do you do so what we've been doing for years? We have a community but people come to our events so on facebook we've got a TGI Fiji Lounge. At as I think over eighty thousand members we just launch a small business community a family community. We just launch women's community so now I mean and that's what facebook's all about Oh so you just as a publisher you've gotta just keep evolving with the time and that's I think my job is CEO. Now it's I don't write post as much anymore although I am very very much Involved in our total editorial process and pushing the team to be better and how we review flights and creating higher quality content but it now it's shifting the landscaping I do. I mean our APP is going to be the The next generation of our company and how we'll be able to target content to people exactly for what they want. Today it's one-size-fits-all it can be very confusing to go to the point sky and be like it's a lot to why star card. I JUST WANNA go here in these tools. That were building are GonNa save people time and tons of money some. I'm really excited. I'm I'm looking forward to the APP because the thing that you. Oh you chastise me for before I have to ask about so I will occasionally spend some money with Mike Chase reserve card. Non Travel Ravel spend some points on stuff And often it's Amazon because just drop it off on your front door. You're telling me that's it's not the right way to do it a much better off. Transferring those points to Delta Chair can't transfer to Delta but like chase chase points are super valuable when you transfer to united or Hyatt or if you redeem for travel you're getting one point five cents a point when we say redeem for travel so so chase ace gives you two main options when it comes time to travel you can transfer united or southwest store. You know high at several other partners or you can just use those points to buy tickets now with the Sapphire Reserve. What they'll say? Is You get one point. Five cents appoints with one hundred. Thousand points is.

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A Church Haunting

Tales From Helheim

04:08 min | 1 year ago

A Church Haunting

"Hello so that the interesting times begin cousin. Night heard stories stories of a well-known church in town that was supposed to be haunted. Apparently there was a priest. I who worked there. who was on his way back to the parish and as he was on his way back he thought who's getting chased chased by something that was a dog but he turns around and instead it had hooves and a tail which sounded interesting so we decided to go? Check it out for ourselves. Of course we get there. All the gates are locked and the property sealed so he can take a proper look around but as were sitting there. We start getting irie vibes. We noticed some crackheads. Walking around town is pretty dangerous. You hear people yelling so people are doing other people just trying to get high so you never know what's is going to happen at this place or who you're gonNA wander upon so we're sitting thing we do a walk around the church and all seems fine except the part where the school is. I don't know what it was about it. But there's an eerie vibe babe. So as we're sitting there scoping everything out we go through and we noticed something just seems off so I pull out my phone and ask them. Hey do you WanNa do according session here. See if maybe we can't catch something on audio so we stop at plug my phone and we start recording. We start asking basic questions. It's you know something there that would like to communicate if there's any spirits anything evil what happened and do you like the church. Do you not like church a few different questions. You know just gauge. What kind of answers as we're GONNA get we get a few knock some a metal gay bias. Nothing significant but a few creepy things happen. We ask if there is something there if it can make the cat. That's been watching us the whole time on the other side of the fence. Look away and draw attention and as soon as I asked that had decided that it's going to turn the complete opposite way into an area that we get seen stared deeply like. There's something there that it staring at but after a while we start heading back to the car and get approached by a crackhead asking us for a ride for drugs and even if she could have the shoes off our backs well technically shoes off her feet clothes off our back. Same frame you know. And it's it's kind of weird because we ask her if she seen anything and she just keeps repeating yourself that she's seen a lot of Shit Shit but nothing else nothing detail so when we get back where she started listening to the footage and we hear responses saying you know when we ask if there's someone there and if there's anyone that would like to talk the only response we got was from buffet. Whisper of a woman saying this is the we can make out the last word we also got A.. Are you not a fan end of the church. We got a year response and then on top of that near the end. We gotta

"chase chase" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

12:21 min | 1 year ago

"chase chase" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"You're in one of the recent on persons silenced voices on Twitter Laura Luma thank you for coming in having me well yeah it was We've been talking for a few minutes and it is good to know that you are in fact still a person although not an internet person and I am still here I still exists. Even though I am Matt deeper than cancel this left likes to say yes and you know I know you were kicked off twitter. Obviously and there was the huge thing where you handcuffed yourself off to the walls to the door here in New York City to the twitter headquarters Were you are you allowed on any other social media platforms or have. They all gotten driving ban on every single social media platform. So I'm pretty much most band woman in America in May facebook and instagram ban me and declared to be a dangerous individual ritual and so I'm pretty much banned everywhere but it doesn't stand of course to facebook and twitter and instagram. I've been banned by. Uber Uber Marites. Lift a go fund me then Mo Pay Powell. I'm trying to. It's so hard it's like I have to keep track. You know it's almost easier to just say the places. I prevented EH studios spring medium. Let's see what else Chase Chase Bank even temporarily shut down access to my Online bank account and they've banned some of my friends as well so it just every so often the united just get banned somewhere or else but the list is growing and growing and Oh periscope as well. I'm bound on Paris. Got Is the to me out of all of them. The banks the banking is like the creepiest. Best part of that because that's really taking away someone's ability to survive. I mean to live in a modern society in two thousand nineteen America without a access is to a bank account that and also the banks are and I know people can make this argument for social media as well but the banks are straight up government companies. I mean those are there. There's IT's absurd Subsidiaries of the Federal Reserve Bank. They get all of their money. They'd all be out of business if they weren't bailed out by the taxpayer specifically chase and yet they are now allowed to because they disagree with your politics kick you out or freeze your money or whatever that is man that is Orwell Ian and creepy. Yeah it is but this is something that of course is not really getting as much media attention as it deserves and it hasn't happened to me. This has happened to several people Chase Bank temporarily shut down access to my online bank account but They've also permanently banned other people including a joepags she was a veteran of course My friend Enrico Cario. WHO's one of the leaders of the proud boys Martinez Mr Coda and a few other people as well so This is something that is becoming more prevalent and they're using certain individuals as a litmus. Talk to see how far they can go because of course you can't just start these bands and implement them on a massive scale without having a lot of pushback or resistance from the public. But if you do it to certain people and you kind of ease your way in then you can kind of create this culture and society where people accept D platforming and financial blacklisting thing and just make excuses for it and so now. You're seeing a lot of people especially members of the left-wing media Defend these these these companies for for banning conservatives or implementing policies to prevent conservatives from having access to a certain credit cards words are banks One example as mastercard a few months ago. There was a report that was published that members of ANTIFA and other radical left-wing organizations. And and some of these. left-wing watchdog groups were organizing meetings with With mastercard to try to influence them to develop some type of advisory panel so that people could voice concern over mastercard doing business with certain groups or certain individuals and of course this is all left leaning left leaning organizations saying Oh so and so's anoxia so and so's a bigot right and When you look at it really these people who they're accusing of being Nazis and bigots and racists aren't really Nazis racists or white supremacist? They're just more right leaning in their politics. So we're going down a very slippery slope here and you know. That's that's why I wore the yellow Jewish star when I handcuffed myself to twitter because this is exactly what happened in the time leading up. To the the Holocaust the Holocaust didn't begin by shoving Jewish people into ovens and gas chambers right began by dehumanizing and ostracizing an entire group of people in Society Eddie financially blacklisting. Them and Inglis Right. Hitler made lists and so when I see. left-wing organizations like X. P. L. C. or a D. L. or how now any of these other groups making lists of conservatives who ought to be shunned or blacklisted or banned or d platform. It's very dangerous very dangerous weather gang. And this is what the most Even the real hard core elements of the alt-right like the ones who do flirt. And some outright are open fascist fascist or Nazi sympathizers or whatever the state crowd one of the things they say a lot if you listen to them which I got to say I disagree with a lot of what they say but sometimes sometimes they have a little bit of a point and one of the things they say is that like look the demonizing of white people in America. The which is really. I mean if you go to any college campus except except the five religious conservative ones but any any regular liberal arts college. It is so accepted to demonize white people like white privilege all all this stuff and they go okay. Well if white people are going to be a minority in this country in the future which is like you know the projection. Say Twenty years or something like that. They're going to be. Do you think they're all just going to stop once. White people are a minority. Then they'll be like okay we've now equalled out the playing field you guys are a minority. You get minority protection now too. I mean we're looking at time forty years after the civil rights movement. They still say it all the historic injustices are still the reason for any inequality. So they're just going to continue to blame white people and it is. It's kind of freaky. What might end up happening in the future? Well you already have the Democrats in Congress of course having preparation hearings so this used to be a total meam where people say. Oh you know. They talk about reparations. But now you have actual members of Congress calling for white people in this country to pay reparations to black people for for slavery and I doubt that even even the more like moderate if you will democrats they I doubt they would have the balls if it was a hands up question if the next democratic credit kind. Do you support reparations for slavery I doubt Joe Biden would have the balls. I'll go crazy. No so what happened was Joe Biden right and was asked this question. A few years ago about reparations and so the Democrats of course because the dunk out party has moved so far left they dug up this old interview in which he made common saying. No I don't believe that I should have to pay reparations. I'm not responsible for what people before me did. And they were dragging him for it so in the in the days and weeks leading up to the debate debate you saw people like. I think it was cory booker. And a few others taking shots at him and they try to portray a Joe Biden as as you know as a racist is there so even though he was vice president for the first black president in America right so yeah. It's already it's already happened and I know there's always like this is always been rhetorically glee it my whole lifetime. I remember I always hear people on the left. Saying the Republicans are moving to the right people on the right thing. The Democrats are moving to the left but with the Democrats right now. It's really the monster but like things that Obama said ten years ago. If you were to say today would be disqualifying. You'd be done. I mean just Obama saying like we need Obama. Obama said flat out when he was talking about the deportations he said look. Don't send your kids. It's going to be really bad so don't send your kids. We need legal immigration not illegal immigration. He was against gay marriage being legal. I mean if you took any of these positions today you would the next day. Yeah dropped to like zero in the polls. There's no way you could survive the Democratic Party. Yeah I know I if you want to be a Democrat today you have to be in favor of giving abortions to trans men and providing health care to illegal aliens because he said the Trans Women in the debate. We were all making fun of it. We were like well trans. Women don't have a uterus so wherever you come down the abortion debate. I don't think they and then he goes. No I misspoke meant trans men. So basically what he did was Miss Gender He committed the ultimate lefty sin gender. He should be inbound off of a twitter. And all I wanNA know is like in. What world are we living? And where you have a debate and then these so-called respected did mainstream media pundits. Just sit there without challenging him. Like if I was moderating that debate I would have been like Julian. What the fuck are you talking about? Like men can't get pregnant but none none of them Saturday. And then the fact that you've got them on their insanity and you've got twenty candidates in the field so everybody's got a kind of separate themselves. You'd think if one person said the most retarded thing that's ever been said like men should be able to have abortions too that someone else would be like. Oh there's an opening for me to score points but it goes to show you that everyone is terrified of the progressive. Yes whatever you even like the woke. PC crowd which really doesn't make up that big of a percentage of America America. It's just that everyone's scared of them. It's a weird dynamic right because there's no way they're going to win a general election saying illegals should get taxpayer Provided healthcare that they want to decriminalize illegal immigration to our country. So we're going to have every single person in the world right. What's seven billion people on this planet? Everybody's welcome in America America and then the American taxpayers GONNA pay for everybody and it's healthcare to to our veterans right there in this country like nine eleven in First responders who just testified on the hill with John Stewart. A couple of weeks ago. One of the guys who is standing right next to him just died a few days ago right. So why. Don't we give those people healthcare before we start paying for illegal aliens and you know people who just WanNa freeload off of American taxpayers all these benefits. We can't afford it. Yeah well I mean it's it's we can't afford it and we can't do it. I mean the government is so ineffective at as the example. You just use just providing for the people he would think would be the first on the list. Like veterans is coming back from war first responders nine eleven. We can't even get that strip and it's not as if even with the open borders argument. I can respect at least in theory there. There are like some some libertarians. Who will be like look? I think we should abolish the welfare state and people can can come and go as they please okay. At least there is an ideological consistency to that but the ANC wing whose basically saying we should have open borders and the government should provide healthcare education. Housing probably six other things. I'm not even thinking of right now. How could that just on paper? How could that possibly work? How could it possibly work? If you're going to provide everything for people and and decriminalize entering the country illegally why wouldn't just millions more people from Central America. One afloat and who are already flooding logical logical Dave. I mean you're not allowed to be logical. The logical left has an oxymoron. Can't talk about this things were but really. It just goes to show the absurdity ready right. We're living in a time now where we have members of Congress who are calling a legal increase immigrant detention centers concentration camps right. We have members of Congress who are are using their positions to advocate for members of Isis. Who are trying to kill Americans right and I'm talking about the Hamas Caucus Ilhan Omar who advocated for nine men who tried to join Isis Isis overseas? And the media doesn't talk about this right you have. AFC who is proposing this green new deal right. So we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA kill all the cows all right 'cause cows fart and that's bad for the environment. I and we're going to ban airplanes so you're never gonNA be able to travel anywhere again. They don't just. Does anyone really thinks that this is going to work in a modern society. Why isn't anyone on the left challenging this well? What's the Democrat Party? Truly is is that even the most absurd things talking about banning airplane travel and killing cows because because when severe weather.

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Kristen Bell to Voice ‘Gossip Girl’ in HBO Reboot

On Air with Ryan Seacrest

02:02 min | 1 year ago

Kristen Bell to Voice ‘Gossip Girl’ in HBO Reboot

"Working at all yes gossip girl got so it's being rebooted this is not Gilmore girl gossip girl gossip girl member of excel excel it was on the air from two thousand seven to two thousand twelve so excel Blake lively excel excel like live lasted girl right yeah she was on it was like Leighton Meester Leighton Meester offer or do you know all of them you always have on you say you guys all have names that can be first and last name switched intertwined I have them on in the day I always have a month really Crawford chase chase Crawford doesn't say so Kristen bell has she signed on she was the voice of gossip girl she was going to tell you is the narrator the entire series so that familiar voice is gonna be returning to New York city's Upper East Side so we're all excited for that the everybody on the show the producers said that there is no other person that they could have do this narrator spot so Kristen bell has signed on and that's a really exciting now the original show runner and series writers are going to be involved and if you're wondering if the original cast is coming back I am that's a negative the revival feature a brand new cast of teens which makes sense but here's the kicker but both Blake lively and leaned Easter have said that if someone asks they are ready they're ready to revive their character somehow maybe make a cameo Chace Crawford also said that he be down to just me I'll hop on in and this is going to be kind of a new social surveillance of gossip called the proceeds series will address just how social media and the landscape of New York itself has changed through the years and so this is gonna be a very updated version and that's getting corporate a lot more social media because before it was a blog remember yeah I you know I actually now they think about this he needs new art teens because we can't have everybody come back and pretend that they're still in the same way I would love to see like Blake lively character god the teacher at the school or something you know so they can delay that only the yeah I do I love everything about this

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"chase chase" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"chase chase" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"It's time for the fourth month of atoms monthly. Nut this month ship includes a fifteen pack of dude wipes on the go flushable wipes. They'll leave you as clean as a whistle. Three packs of crazy go nuts flavored walnuts a snack. The won't make you fat beats by ace. Bracelet slid a helpful reminder to let you know that beats aren't killing you a copy of not taco bell material with the chapter signed by raise himself and of course a bottle title of mandra or thirty-three wines. This sixty dollars value is yours for only twenty five dollars. Sign up for one month or keep the shipments coming so prep your males box and get get ready for atoms monthly not hurry we will sell out recorded live at corolla one studios with adam corolla and board certified physician and addiction medicine specialist dr drew pinski. You're listening to the atom and dr drew. Shell the get it on got to get on a judgment of a mandate. Get it on. Thanks for tuning in thanks for sharing. How does the song go get it all. I'll get along at all. You know talking yeah. It's great horned driven song man shakes. I think the name of that ban chase chase like like you're like a foot race like a chase yeah. I don't know i don't know how else to find that chases. I think we get it on get inaugural again. Chase chase has also terminology.

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Why Do Cats Chase Laser Pointers?

BrainStuff

05:53 min | 2 years ago

Why Do Cats Chase Laser Pointers?

"Today's episode is brought to you by the capital one venture card the capital one venture card you earn unlimited double miles on every purchase everyday and you could use those miles tore travel expenses flights hotels rental cars and more just book and pay for travel using her venture card and redeem your miles tore the cost of capital one what's in your wallet credit approval required capital one bank usa n eight welcome to brain stuff the production of i heart radio whom he reigned lauren vogel bomb here it's hard to say whether human wielding a laser pointer or eight cat chasing the light is having more fun while you said chuckling on the couch twitching that six dollar device around near hand you're cat is experiencing real moments of her roic desperation and she leaps over the ottoman scrambles up the wall after that tiny speck of light she's never able to catch it's great exercise indoor cats but why the cats bind this activity compelling first daughters cats are attracted anything but allows them to stop pray even just play we spoke with doctor stephanie bornes we'll an animal behavior specialist at the veterinary medical center at tufts university she said the laser simulates the movement to praise so it attracts attention and gets the chase in pounce on it is certainly a play behavior in young cats and maybe an older indoor cats is well however it may also be brent expression of the predatory behavior that is if you will hijacked by laser movement wildcats feral cats and even you're sweet spoiled indoor outdoor kittens who sleeps under the covers with you are single minded solitary predators they're wired to spend a significant portion of their waking outdoor hours stopping their food in since indoor cats are often willfully under stimulated in this regard playing with a laser satisfies that predatory urge but it's just a moving point of light insubstantial obviously not mouse cats know that right from many cats the laser pointer is compelling in a way that makes you wonder if you two are at the same party well in some ways you're probably not but we also spoke with doctor john brad shot at the university of bristol school of veterinary science an author of the trainable cat cat sense he said it's unlikely the cats perceived alight from a laser pointer in the same way we do because in several ways their eyes work differently ars we both have eyes point forwards giving a similar abilities perceiving how far away something is but the similarities pretty much end there cording to bradshaw although cats react strongly to de red dodge produced by a laser pointer it almost certainly doesn't have anything to do with the color that's because pat eyes are not sensitive to the color red so they most likely see the light as white or yellow but cats are more sensitive to movement then we are because their eyes connect to their brains it's differently than ars bradshaw said i just spent this is the main attraction of the pointer for the cat the movement is really exciting and even when we think were holding the pointer steady slight tremble in her hands probably generates enough movement to keep the cat entrusted so laser pointer interests kitties obviously because it gives them something compelling hunt in the playoffs but some that are narian think laser playtime might be psychologically taxing cat as it has been constantly chasing chasing after something they'll never be able to catch some that say the skin leads neurosis which leads the symptoms like over grooming but bradshaw things not he said i don't agree that using a laser pointer to amuse you're cat will make it neurotic cats hunt their toys all the time and the fact they never actually succeed in killing any of them doesn't seem to do the cat any harm there may be a few cats become obsessed with laser pointers end for those it would probably be best to ration their exposure but for the average muggy a few minutes of chasing the red dot around department should simply provide some of these mental and physical stimulation the indoor cats specially need boeing's while agrees the theme main concern should not be what you're using to exercise their indoor cat so much is whether you're doing it at all she said insufficient stimulation is a serious problem for indoor cats cats are highly territorial solitary hunters spend much of their days forging for small prey animals i'm not advocating letting them outside to be killed he'll by predators are hit by cars but i do advocating managing their environment as one does any captive wild animal so they have the opportunity to do what they've evolved to do what does that entail a while explained regular opportunities predatory play an exercise feeding with forging toys safe opportunities to monitor wildlife front window seats plenty of vertical space and hiding spots should all be part of a tax environment cats are not or rather should not be low low maintenance pets to keep a cat requires effort in understanding to be able to provide satisfactory life and in indoor context i think the laser play it could be included in overall plan of enrichment today's episode is my windshield and produced by tyler clang brings productions i heart radio is how stuff works promoting this lots of other stimulating topics are home planet how stuff works dot com for more podcast my heart radio

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China official manufacturing PMI dips in April

BTV Simulcast

06:43 min | 2 years ago

China official manufacturing PMI dips in April

"Also, we've fleshed out the PM is a bit more detail with clients could pull up easily on the Bloomberg GT, go story of fragility. Is there any good reason to be chasing chasing bull market in Chinese stocks? Well, you're right. Good reasons for investors to be cautious. Chinese stock market has done exceptionally real especially the market up more than thirty percent. Also, I believe and this. But if you look at China China's underperformed global markets for a very long time. So the rebound that you've seen in recent months. It's sort of playing catch up having sprinters so quickly of months, I think it's quite quite you'll be healthy for the market to breathe. So I would rather see a breather before the case, but the tiny economies able to stabilize itself through fiscal policy to policy we get some good news out of US, trade talks. It's possible that the Chinese market may have more room to hit higher could play catcher in a bigger with global. Equities having underperformed for so many years. So I wouldn't write off China just yet it meets your right after having so much, but I think mid to long-term, it's upside. Well, one thing that we do need breath. Flation? Let's take a listen to what Christine Lagarde had to concern herself with a high level of mysterious nece in the market. Given the still very thin connived slowdown of the momentum for growth, and that's the reason we called delicate you have about seventy percent of the global economy, which is slowing. Still growing and as I said yesterday, we're not expecting a recession and certainly not in our baseline. We'll talk more about U S inflation short. But this is a warning fly from the head of the IMF and another of number of other central banks is this what keeps global central banks on easy times for the rest of twenty nineteen even into a lot of twenty twenty. Well, you know, I think definitely I mean global economic momentum Easterling down, and I think that's what's keeping central banks fairly easy. We don't see the Federal Reserve hiking rates anytime this year. I mean, that's quite clear the futures market even prising cut at the end of this year. So I think tank policy from the US China to Europe to many other parts of the world will remain fairly accommodative, and I think that is positive generally for risk assets. But of course, on the flipside need economic fundamentals. To hold up relatively stable and earnings come through that has to be played as well for this equity rally to Molex. What are you telling clients that in terms of asset allocation outside of the United States and beyond u s borders where where are they going to be putting their money? Well, you know, we telling them to take very diversified approach. We are bullish on Asia. To at the end of last year. We've done less positive in Asia. We've actually neutral from overweight Asia. We've done a bit more positive in Europe. Yes, you're wondering why. Because so much political in Europe. But we think the European stock. Markets have underperformed the US stock market. There could be some rotation as we see great political stability in Europe down the road and valuations clearly cheaper than the US underperforming. Relative basis. You could see some money flowing to Europe and Europe is another market that we'd like plus Japan as well. In terms of the major markets Japan has the lowest valuations, I mean, it's really underperformer room for for the markets to play some degree of catch up. If you are a medium-term investor. Let's just pick up on that last line in regards to Japan, because of course, Shinzo Ave, and Trump are gonna meet and this is critically important for the Japanese. If anybody is trying to create a personal relationship it on with Trump. How important is a trade deal between the two to accelerate the Japanese equity story. Well, it may help the story. No doubt. I mean, it looks like a trade deal is offering. I mean, Trump has not struck any bilateral trade deals so far. I mean, he prefers by bilateralism supposed to multi-lateralism. So depend could be the first. Traded with Japan will be good for the Japanese economy, generally because one element of insanity. But having said that we still need other elements. Come into play earnings the economy, but on a relative basis at some stage with Wall Street, no heating, new highs. You could see some degree rotation out of the market are under that outperformed markets underperform, and in that respect, you know, Japan could could benefit from the flow of

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"chase chase" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"chase chase" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Doesn't seem to be normal. Right. The king tells his family that I'm gonna lead an army to war. And that's when he returns, and he says, I'm gonna marry my girlfriend and I get back. Unfortunately, when the king returns, the body of this young maiden is so decomposed. Skin is dusty in there flies maggots, just a horrible story. But these are the stories to tell these little kids. Then of course, what the gnomes do with the body of the girl. Well, you can just imagine. The gnomes are not very nice. Shape. Shifter's diabolical they're evil and they used to run through the night in the north woods with grimala several other creatures including cramps chasing for now. Chase chase through hell with this. The sentence of these little creatures coming in the north. That's the solstice the darkest night of the year. Like to hear your stories. You've got any strange paranormal stories have happened on the solstice around Christmas time, triple eight six seven three three seven hundred seventy three thirty seven hundred. I'm quite Lewis. You're listening to ground zero. And we'll be back. Geico presents eyewitness interviews with inanimate objects. This is Belinda Collins live on the scene of a recent lightning storm here to describe the event a TV tray. I was watching football and holding a plate Meatloaf when Cup. Bam a bolt of lightning slams into the apartment blowing out the TV and surround sound anything. You could have done to help, ma'am. I'm a foldable table. Not an electrician your TV. Trae can't.

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"chase chase" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"chase chase" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Girl she doesn't seem to be normal. Right. The king tells his family that I'm gonna lead an army to war. And that's when he returns, and he says, I'm gonna marry my girlfriend and I get back. Unfortunately, when the king returns, the body of this young maiden is so decomposed. Her skin is dusty in there flies maggots just a horrible story. But these are the stories that used to tell these little kids. Then of course, one of the gnomes do with the body of the girl. Well, you can just imagine. The gnomes are not very nice. Shape Shifter's their diabolical bear evil and they used to run through the night in the north woods with grimala several other creatures including cramps chasing for now. Chase chase through hell. But this. The sentence of these little creatures coming in the north. That's the solstice the darkest night of the year. Like to hear your stories got any strange paranormal stories have happened on the solstice around Christmas time jubilee six seven three three seven hundred seventy three thirty seven hundred. I'm CLYDE Lewis. You're listening to ground zero. And we'll be back. This is eight ten to one old three one WG y. Geico presents eyewitness interviews with inanimate objects. This is Belinda Collins live on the scene of a recent lightning storm here to describe.

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"chase chase" Discussed on Social Pros Podcast

Social Pros Podcast

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"chase chase" Discussed on Social Pros Podcast

"Boy that is such good advice. And I wish we talked about that more here on the show. I am certainly a product of of that good fortune. You know, it's the same thing in sports. Right. You you see all the good managers and coaches played for good managers, and coaches like almost uniformly that's not an accident. And I think you're. Chase chase. Chase your boss chase. Chase a mentor. Don't chase a five hundred dollars and a title. There's an argument that you would offer yourself to free for free to some on the LTV of that would be far higher, you know, based on on where you worked in who you worked for than than otherwise well done last question for you rep laser who is the CEO of acceleration partners performance marketing geniuses. If you could do a video call with any living person who would it be probably more recent answer. But I at this point. I would say Ray dally. Oh, I read the book principles. Yeah. I'm looking at right now here on my on my shelf, and it's awesome. I mean, it's a top five I think all time management leadership book. There's a lot of things that they have done that we have tried to do that. They were twenty years ahead on and he's really thought through it all and I I would love to pick his brain about some of the stuff. They're doing ask him about how to do some of the stuff that we're doing better. Yeah. That's a great answer and one that we've. Not had here. I don't believe on the social podcast in the past. Boy, what a good book, he he and I share literary agent and my agent sent me an early copy of that book, and I was like holy cow. You know, it's it's a it's a long book. But a lot in there. And it is it's like an it's like an NBA in a book. I've never put as many red flags or I think on a book I read in the last five years that have it on a book. It's almost just look you God, I saw you like I'm saying like, I'm so not good at this. Right. And I'm like, I thought I was good. And then you'd like page thirty two men running high-performance business. There's a page that answers everything in that book, you know, difficult conversations page thirty seven question about value page pitch to eleven it's it's really it's like I said, it's a it's a long read. But but we made our whole leadership team made it in everyone really enjoyed it. That's a good answer. We'll make sure look that up on the show, ladies and gentlemen, we'll put up performance marketing link to. Principal on affiliates. I do have Amazon affiliate like we just never move. Yeah. But we never do. And we'll link up your book as well. When's the new book coming out the new book coming out next September fantastic will make sure to have you back on the show and talk about that? When the time is right until then he is Robert Glaser from acceleration partners. He is.

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"chase chase" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

The Pat McAfee Show

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"chase chase" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

"Mind. You Lou when the success starts coming in, if you're not ready for it, it's dangerous. You have no idea who once you for what right wraps. Elise still kinda. Don't go to fuck is this guy loser. See, I'm John John's my Jonah saw to harmless, aren't we call him? He is my tormentor. Oh, that's awesome. And so he that, what do you call tour manager to harmless? Hard to heartless too hard. Lazard. His last name is Lisa hard Lazar too hard Lazard. That's a hell of a fucking name to have a nickname lives up to a man. Tough, tough as nails. So you're as managers. So what does that mean? You set up all the travel, the dates, everything like that? Yeah. So basically like chases agency CA which I'm sure you're familiar with. I've heard of they, they'll send me the contracts of all the shows for the whole whole year. And then I just basically execute contract to the mouth. John. I know you're not a singer, rapper skidding hard to hear you. Sorry about that. Are you telling now I'm French-Canadian. Oh, we what's up with that Canada map? Yes. So it's funny. You ask that because zoom in Pat. You go on my show is pretty large in Canada, the serious show, and people call in. I was asking from and then I gotta find it on the map. You know what I mean? Because I don't know if way to go about it, you could Google it. Oh. Oh. Nothing going on in the middle of a live show chase enough time to contraption the Mike, the Atari type of kid. You can't do hold the mic. Why don't you put it on a stand? I'm a mover a move to move a lot, and we had one was like a longer one for me so I could move squeak in the entire time. Fuck it. Let me hold the thing. You know what I mean? So you execute the travel? Yeah. Just basically all the logistics. We got. Since basically day once? Probably six. Seven years. Good for you. I just been with chase chase hired me. I actually used the book chases shows, you know, back when we first started out, that's when you know, like you said a minute ago, like, how do you know who's in it for what like so him. And I met at a just a party in Nashville that hanging out because I was I was watching NASCAR at the party. I didn't really wanna go to party. I'd always sober that night. So if I'm sober, I'm at a party might as well just leave because I don't like being around drunk people over a green and it's so weird at that party sober by the way. I don't know why. Maybe just maybe there was an ice luge there. I don't remember maybe at the party sober, not a bad song right there sometime over. I leave. So so I met John. He comes out and starts talking, big NASCAR fan, whatever. And we, we just became, you know, you meet bodies times. It's just easy. And then so basically assure he started, I was I was fed up with Nashville. I was like, man, nobody wants to book me. No one wants to help me get out there. And all I wanted to do is tour. I didn't even wanna play on radio yet. I wanted to get fans, I. And so John started making calls and emails and awesome. I had no idea what I was doing. I was in college. I was just like, just trying it and it worked out. Yeah, look at you minutes, really cool story about chases easy to work for. He's probably the most driven dude I've ever worked for. So it's pretty easy to keep that fire going beautifully. You got this job right while you're still in college. So it's the only guy..

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