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Bloomberg Radio New York
"christner" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And it is the ten 28 Thursday morning in Hong Kong one 28 Thursday afternoon here in Sydney. I'm Paul Allen. And I'm Doug christner at the Bloomberg interactive broker studio in New York. We have got that trading underway in most markets across the apac region, positivity in Hong Kong. It's kind of the standout performer, other markets showing weakness, but the Hank sang is up nearly one and a half percent. We're seeing leadership come from consumer discretionary and communication services stocks, we're also seeing a move up in US Treasury yields across the curve and the Tokyo session, but to be fair, yields were down in the U.S. session pretty sharply we'll be talking more about markets coming up here on daybreak Asia right now a few of the sourest top business stories. Well, we told some Chinese officials finding that the next GDP target is too ambitious. With them all. China is discussing a GDP target of around 5% next year. We're told some officials think that may be too high, but others support the idea as a way to help shift the focus of local government work away from COVID controls. Beijing's adopting a more pro growth stance after months of record COVID outbreaks and a property crisis. China's Politburo says it will seek a turnaround in the economy next year, and this will help boost market confidence. We're here China's GDP target will likely be discussed at the central economic work conference that usually takes place within a week of the Politburo's December meeting. The GDP goal itself is only disclosed that the annual legislative meeting in March. I'm Annabel rulers, Bloomberg daybreak, Asia. The video platform TikTok has been banned on government issued devices in the state of Texas that story from Bloomberg's Charlie palette, it adds to a growing list of states that have done the same in the past week amid concern that consumer data collected by the social media app could be accessed by the Chinese government. Governor Greg Abbott ordered all state agencies to ban its officers and employees from downloading or using TikTok on government issued devices, including cell phones, tablets, and desktop computers. The announcement follows similar actions taken by South Carolina, Maryland and South Dakota in recent days. In New York, Charlie palette, Bloomberg, daybreak, Asia. Federal prosecutors are investigating whether FTX founder Sam bankman fried and his hedge fund orchestrated trades in a way that led to the collapse of two cryptocurrencies. This is according to New York Times reporting, prosecutors in Manhattan are examining the possibility that freed steered the prices of two interlinked currencies terror USD and Luna. The question is whether this was done to benefit entities that he controlled. Freed told The New York Times that he was not aware of any market manipulation and certainly never intended to engage in market manipulation. The investigations in its early stages, and it's unclear if prosecutors have determined any wrongdoing. Coming upon 32 past the hour, let's update
The Pelvic Floor Project
"christner" Discussed on The Pelvic Floor Project
"It's a positive experience It that's okay but if you're feeling pain on penetration and it's killing your arousal and it's making it a negative experience you want to stop because if you persist in that activity with that with our nervous systems in that state it's only going to sensitize us further. So if it's painful in bothersome. And i know the and i don't know if it's different now but at the What's now the vulgar pain clinic. They used to give it a worked with a numeric pain scale and safe. It's a three out of ten or below. It's okay to keep going but again like we said pains are different from christner person. So it's more like is it bothersome to you. Does it affect your arousal. And or your interest in penetration so Getting a sense of what different things cause discomfort does. It vary depending on arousal levels where they are in terms of their menstrual cycle or postpartum or menopausal And then going through the rest of the history as well too and then the assessment. Yes so this is where it's a bit Tricky is the right word or because there's different there are different models of care. That visuals are trained in to treat this condition so in the the way that i was trained in the way that i treat as us service. Emc biofeedback so. It's just like a heart rate monitor with the a little electrodes measuring your heartbeat. Any see it on the screen so the biofeedback there are the the sensors that i use big on either on either side of the anus. And they've done studies where they've looked at a vaginal pro for biofeedback and compared to the information that they get from the period anal sensors. And you get the same information. So it's it's less invasive. You don't have to put anything in which would hurt anyways which would cause the tension to go up anyways so it's kind of it's not a clear example and with the sensors on either side of the anus it will show on the biofeedback if the person is resting a normal resting activity because often people are told are that they're always too tight and that's usually assessed by a physician or maybe another professional where they're doing an exam and they're noticing that their muscles are tight but i would say how do we know that their muscles aren't tight because you're touching something that's painful so the biofeedback will show what the resting activity is often at rest muscle. Activity is normal when you go to the exam or do an exam then at shoots up but there are a small percentage of women who actually do hold a little extra at rest and there could be very reasons for their anxiety. Could be a being worried as well for sure can be reason to end. What's great is that..
Against The Odds
"christner" Discussed on Against The Odds
"If you like our show please give us a five star rating and review. Follow against the odds on apple podcasts. Amazon music the wondering or wherever. You're listening right now. Joined plus in the wonder app. Listen one week early. And ad free. In the episode notes you'll find some links and offers from our sponsors. Please support them by supporting them. You help us offer the show for free. This is the third episode of our four part series plane crash in the andes. A quick note about our seeds in most cases with can't know exactly what was said but everything is based on historical research. If you'd like to learn more about this event we highly recommend the book. Alive by pierce. Paul ryan i'm your host kathy heckle christner. Rosny wrote this episode. Our editors are matt lies and more waltz. Ryan weight is our associate producer. Audio engineer is sergio. And rica's sound design is by joe. Richardson are executive producers..
"christner" Discussed on SQUAAA Podcast
"So in terms of social media. How active are you on as oh very are doing. This is going to the point where you know your page has to have viewed pays has to have like stuff like that so you have to post every single day post on your story post a regular pulse you know and if you're not doing that thing in a day that means you're not working and the han as if you're not doing every single day you're not working and members like it's millions and millions of people resell stuff right now. Kids up sir. Elderly people trying to resell things. So you currently have to be every single day making your business making your brand number one to you because you go to your job every single day currently and you try you give your best for four well most was doing like someone was gonna go to work to get a paycheck but you have to put your best for four because if you don't believe in yourself just like this podcast today who don't believe in you. I agree with one hundred percent. Keeping rue dow's gained you. Tell me ups and downs man just getting here like making the thirty getting in life man. I didn't think beer honestly. I mean i'm here today. Gone tomorrow exactly. You know one day later you're gone you know. And that's why like every day is precious you know and just a real thing every day is truly press because you see what covert data's and you see all our celebrities dying you know people that are prominent you know charon chattan bozeman no black panther. He's gone you know pop some friday on everybody's dying everybody's gotta go out and be is you is true man back goals nobody internal and just a normal part of life you know. We can't like two things off shore in life changing death older two main topics everything man and is just beyond being myself everyday person. It's like what is what snacks you know in life. Like what is next. And i'm always trying to find a new thing in life. I'm not trying to be like okay. This is my life. I'm stuck with no because we make on destiny's we create something that is so genuine to people. I'd be like okay. If he can do walking we do you know. I agree with that concept later percent. I wanna i wanna drive mine with us too. I'm tired of like the whole nine to five five ten nine eleven twelve thirteen in whatever it doesn't matter i'm done with that life man. It definitely takes a tornado body. Takes torn your mind what it takes. A physically definitely takes a toll somewhere or so in your life given home on to anger out of the prussian that sadness. It doesn't matter that that that you could take onto a wide. You could take to your brother your mommy that. And then that becomes a fact is a domino effect. Just tumbles down. It's one person has the other negative energy you get negative energy back And definitely believe enough definitely feel it. Wasn't these often somebody it is. You know 'cause that's another thing. Energies man people or people be like. How do you see my aura. It's not about seeing that feeling around you. Somebody walk past his lied about that person. You know then you start to talk to. That person is cool a cool do including a new one. That's talking right now or just walk into you to say how do you exact can't trust anybody on this world man. You know you've got a in. Oh make a decision. You're not perfect. You know your shop. I'm not perfect but the homeland christner perfect now but we still every single day get up into we gotta do you know and doing this is something that trust me. We love we love this. Yeah definitely definitely a different. Feel different different vibes in general. Just all over is something. Completely new as a curveball. But doesn't mean that we hit the other part though not at all now. What about you chris. Like what made you even wanna stop is podcast. You wanna keep real real. Normally i stream on a started. Five days now started cutting four days. Then i started cutting three days and i started looking at satistics start going online looking other people have been doing every day like i was and that's like a fulltime job. Could you gotta get a nine to five eight to five whatever you wanna call them. Then you go home. Exhausted got shower. You got two thousand things before you do the job that is true. You have time to do that job. And then but you still gotta make it to that job. Regards how you see it. So let's say. I go do my morning. Shift my real life job to my dream job. An inca it's not it's nobody under to look at shoot. Nobody under to view you all these great ideas diaspora these dreams that you wanna share with people up to congratulate you to give a shoulder to jobs you know using shared out where people do one definitely nine and duffy. See not kicking with people. So i can't fall under the same as people are trying to create my own path and i can't say podcast will be or stream will be. I definitely don't but i definitely want to guide. I wanna hold my own light to shine the end tunnel. And that's look at look at that. He got he had a dream. Trust me as behind all that passion is behind all the hard working everything exactly but dreams come true. He got chasing single day. But what really made you get into streaming streaming Well i didn't really like socializing. People into a lot of people is something. I've really sure. I think he's a great experience. If you haven't in you don't know what his like is a whole different. Experience is different ballgame. When you have somebody just there your socialites with them i this one guy came to me His duty up. He was a kid at which he told me it was like. I think he was a young team. was eighteen or something. He told me he was going through a lot. Depression issues and stuff. And i wasn't nobody big review Some do behind a camera playing the game but that same do came to me every single day. And we'll talk about foams and his issues. We will talk about them and whatever it was that meant a lot and for. Hopefully he didn't do anything bad stuff. You only committed suicide I don't think he did but he definitely came to my stream to talk to me and he for what it was he told me. Oh you know you. You're my favorite streamers that i had doubts that because like who might just like two or three people watching me. I didn't think me but he thought hire me. Because i sh- i care for him out but for home say he was up as it took and do you have to understand powerful data is you don't have to have a million. Even thousand followers people look at jimbo. Yo like dude you know. I love what he's saying. I love extreme. He's entertaining and he's he. He saw himself in you and that's why he came to you. That's why he was there. Yeah you gotta make people feel like they're home. That's when people feel most comfortable. And i kind of you know. Give people a chance to come in regards. If they had a reason to or didn't. I just like to have a space for everybody. Come through no matter who it was homeys mile for you.
Rooster Teeth Podcast
"christner" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast
"My id and screener says. I don't need your boarding pass. The government knows everything about you like okay. So weird way to phrase that he's he's like scans. My boarding pass goes yup. I've got all your info right here on. My screen was like okay. Then he turns the screen to be like. Look it's all right here in for the government knows everything about you. Take a look. I was like. Can i go guy. Watches the arctic podcast. It wasn't anything crazy like it was like a picture and my flight info was in my whole airtran this to my phone information on my phone. I'm gonna call in the government. He always sounds surprised that he's excited he was he's blown away by it the first day it was just such a weird and kind of normally. It's like i don't remember those interactions at all. But he was just like. Oh yeah the government knows you would never ask that question again. He just like this is how i get people. I tell them more than they need to know so that they stop questioning the next time i go through tsa. i'm just going to be like just. The government can show whatever it was just a weird interaction after all these years of flying knowing christopher always talking about the airport you know i i know that many moons ago you probably talked about a bunch right. The airport and construction seats really paid off. I love the airport. I frigging love it. I would go there. Like i have like usa broucek and usually roll up and walk right through. And i still try to get there like a couple of hours. A second hit up deli weirdly. Long like i don't understand it. They really they really get long. But that's one of the things. I appreciate about the austin airport. Is that when you get through security. All of the food place their local. I think like it's not like most poor to too. It's like the same ship chili's to go in like which i'll be real amy's ice cream at an airport does befuddled me. I don't know how someone eats ice cream and it gets on a plane. I traveled with someone from this company. Wants who bought a fucking milkshake and walked onto the plane with an amy's milkshake. What the fuck is wrong with. You look a monster christie. I don't remember exactly what it was. I want to say. I think it was but it might have been crystal mirrors chris christner's by smoothies and get on the plane which is attributed. I think it's new york comic con. Your where michael and chris were like the last aboard the planes and they came on with milkshakes smoothies or smoothies drinking something cold and delicious. Almost mr flakes. They got smoothies. It's hot here from with a cheeky ice cream. A lot of people have some level of intolerance of milk and lactose. so and then the pressure. Difference when you're in the plane you gase with so it's just like you're asking your heart city. See if you take a milkshake on a glad you get me. Yes i've been trying to tell us what's wrong with play and i'm like listen. I mean the central lactose intolerant. It's a very small number of very small percents not i think. That's like a weird thing. I think most people don't realize like it's a really small percentage of people who can handle dairy real messing with it then because it's fucking delicious. Tried cheese waste. It's like we're we're not. We're the only mammal that drinks milk from another mammal. So i hate that factor because we're also the only mammo who built a skyscraper like this shit mammals who've watched terminator two all the way through telephone experts experts estimate that sixty eight percent of the world's population has lactose mel. Absorption that's a very large percentage. Definitely one of those. Stop me absolutely..
The Atheist Experience
"christner" Discussed on The Atheist Experience
"I mean i gotta stop there. Because so i asked you to give an example. Something that didn't use to make sense but now make sense. And you said the concept of god and so your explanation of what god is is something out there something. Every scripture in every book is trying to explain. I already understand god at that. Conceptual level that that religions continued to try to describe something. That's out there. So i don't understand why that wouldn't have made sense. That god's are men's attempts explaining the unknown. What is it that made sense to the t- two point. Okay go ahead no. It's found that i was like looking. What the unknown is basically on giannotti known right until it becomes known. so so. that's that's what it's it's rented. Unknown became known. That's when i understood it. Because i mean i'm asking you for an example. I if i tell you. I didn't use understand calculus but now i understand it. And here's what i understand it to be. Can you do that. I think what it is. You are trying to off me to prove you galled. No sir please. Please listen to what i'm actually asking you and stop making assumptions about what you think i'm doing all i'm saying. Is you said that this stuff in the bible did not. It didn't use to make sense and now it makes sense. And i'm saying if it makes sense you should be able to explain to me what you now understand to be the case and what you didn't understand to be the case before that's it. I'm not asking prove. God i don't think you can. I'm not asking you to prevent evidence. That's the next step. I'm trying to get you to describe. Not because so let me let me back up for a second here it. You went from not believing something to believing something. I'm going to ask you a little bit. What actual evidence you have four that belief for the proposition that belief is true. That is a completely secondary discussion. All i'm interested right now. Is you said stuff in the bible didn't make sense and then all of a sudden out of the blue it starts making sense and i want an example of that. Why is that difficult. Please stop reading into it and either give me an example or say. You can't no. I don because you then. I don't know how to have a conversation with you. Because if you if i tell you there used to be things that didn't make sense to me and now they make sense and you said like what i can give you an example okay. So i don't. I don't i don't think you understand what i'm saying. They i know. I know what you think i really on on what you're saying i'm asking you okay. Let me make this as simple as possible. Are there things in the bible that you did not use to understand but you understand now. It got us out. Why why. why why. Why will you not answer the question that i'm asking you. I'm trying to make this as simple as possible. please listen. Are there things in the bible sentences that did not make sense to you previously. And do sense to you now. Okay get you. So you're saying yes or no question. How meat. I'm going to ask it again and if you don't say yes or no we're done okay. So you're saying there are things in the bible that didn't use to make sense to you but that do make sense to you now. yes okay. okay right right. Bible doesn't story. i said. I don't know what to do. I can't get you to answer the question and listen to me. So don't interrupt for clarity. I know this is a repetition. Because i think you said yes but for clarity. You are saying. They're our sentences in the bible. They did not use to make sense to you but do make sense to you now. Yes or no. I live in more detail in my life to give a little bit more detail about well. Apparently not going to answer the question. I don't know why you won't answer the question that you literally just asked sturdy set answered thirty seconds ago when on doing is getting clarity and literally if i rewound this. The words that came out of your mouth was that i wasn't even reading the koran. I wrote down. These are my notes. I wasn't even looking at the koran much at that time mostly the bible and there were sentences in there that started to make sense out of nowhere. That's what i wrote down. So i'm asking. You are their sentences in the bible that did not previously make sense to you. That makes sense now. yes or no i think. In the the muses christ the follow up question is can you give me an example of one of those sentences. God is everywhere and i'm just hoping that this exists in bible. Wait a minute. So he saying the sentence. God is everywhere. He hopes it in the bible because he wants to use that as an example of something he didn't use to understand but currently understands correct. Because let me how many if you would stop talking over me. I'm doing the best fucking favor anyone's ever going to do for you. Okay okay so the sentence god is everywhere is that is that in the bible or isn't isn't it. You just said you hope it's in the bible. I am not. I'm not another another christian muslim. i can't need honeyed. stop talking and listen to me. I do not think you're a christian whether you're christner. Muslim is irrelevant..
The Bible Says What!?
"christner" Discussed on The Bible Says What!?
"I know you can help. Can you help my child. Yes yes would do you ours for. I would do so in large part. Because jesus commanded me. That's the latest thing you would do because you can actually here and you have empathy and you love helping people because either what benefits you in the long run helping everybody. We help each other. Let's work together. Let's do all of this if you saw kid in need. You would help if you were able to. That's different from your god. Your god does not. he doesn't help. He sits there and since feelings or you know one day. It'll be great when we're all in heaven together while you would stop before we even get to the heaven power. I'll say first of all like you. You're saying because god doesn't always help he does. Help does like many many myself included your dad. So you can't prove that he does. You can't prize that it's more my dinosaur. Dvd or iron man. You have no clue while. Say i have prayed to him and gotten very very very specific answers. Guess what that prayed. Tumen got no answers. I know that's what i'm getting. That doesn't you're saying because he doesn't always answer because he never never never answered the pastor. Who was praying for his kid. Dying of cancer because he never answered the kid who's being raped. Church mansard stopped. He was now. they're louis. Let me let me just say. I know people who have had kids with cancer that have had those answered cools. I know i know. I know people that have had kids with cancer that died. That were incredibly grateful. They had a relationship with god and trust for the future of their children. So i think you. And i know and i know right. Mean which. One of one of the people in that whole michigan state. Horrific abuse scandal was that rachel. I i can't remember her last night with the d. but she was a christian and she says god helped her through that situation so the idea that got the idea that god doesn't help us when we're going on things i think is wrong and i think that they atheist answer is actually much more cruel than the christian answer to all these things says was the atheist more so they eighty s answer to the girl that was abused in the woman that was amused at stake is that it was pointless meaningless. There was no absolutely nothing. No no point to it. One hundred percent the rape of children. There's no point to louis. it's meaningless. We need to stop it. Would you stop it. Would you stop rape of a child in your own. Lose a as a christian as being lou has christner absence..
You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"christner" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"My business started doing really well. And i'm just like and You get this again. Yeah and i started getting that rush of like in the neil comedy starts happening on my car. And what's your business on a podcast studio network. Oh fun yeah okay for you to be here. I'm just giving it so. You have a podcast. No you own. A studio studio network my podcast. But you just take a produce other people's reviews other deals and i saw the ads for it and oh well studio. How many podcasts. We saw we do ads for like fifteen different shows. Oh well you know we have a whole lift staff and everything. Well the whole team good for you. Yeah what's it called narrows podcasts at at that. Oh yeah so what got you back. When did you start chanting again. When did you get the beads. And the way was up there now. I had a lot of free time to. And i just started chanting again and then i realized forever. I've been trying to meditate. I'd like try. Tm i didn't do the class. And i have my own opinions about having to pay for a mantra. Whatever i i know my opinion all i know is i just don't feel like right now and try different things and absent whatever and that was like why not just like i know how to do this one. Yeah i'll i'll try this and then and started working and just the idea of having the beats the little something and i liked it. I don't know it just. I started doing it and i would feel the effects owed. I would feel anxiety. Go down. I would feel. I'm like this is cool. I'm not like i'm not doing. It is not like a results. Based thing where i don't have some spiritual reason behind doing it. I dislike doing it. Yeah and i used to hate doing it. When i was a kid and now you like and i like it is just do it and maybe i'll learn more about the reasoning behind it later but it just i like it. I don't do it every day. But i do most days and you know just trying to one. And then sometimes i do to three rounds and four and whatever. Each bead is the whole argyris. Mary christner rumour i and then you the next and then at the end of the beads. There's another mantra. Say once and then you turn them around and then you go backwards okay. Yeah and what about the theology do you are you into the yeah. I do what i read. My dad's like really into and i had. I never really talked to him. That much about this. I went back to visit recently so funny. United talking about that seinfeld moment where like the parents like. Hey i'm sorry about that. My add literally did that like we had this moment where he basically made like an immense to me for like just kind of an overall just like hey let's about like. Do you have any hard feelings. I'm like and it caught me so off guard where he was just like a very open vulnerable moment in he. Just kinda like. Give me real sincere apology for you. Know anything going. It was like it was like a very healing experience. Wow whatever and beautiful because see this sort spirituality does at least for me is it helps us extricate ourselves from our roles the role of father and son two parts were playing in a play. Yeah and sometimes spirituality can say. Let's put down the scripts and just talk to each other as equals. How'd i do And how do you feel. And i was able to talk about it and say like like i. I didn't like this. But i was also able to be like bob. Maybe maybe there's another reason for it was it was awesome. Yeah i love that. Yeah it for you. So what is your worldview. Now my worldview now is your into the karma thing my worldview now is like it doesn't matter what i believe it. It's like whatever i believe isn't gonna affect the universe like the universe can operate how works but why not just kinda lean into what seems to make sense in what seems to make me feel better and be of service to more people in me To live the best life in its. And so i'm just like i'm just open to whatever like i'll do crystals all do the some silly hippie thing. I'll read a book. Like i'm just like i'm just open. That's where i'm at right. Yeah just great place religious food and it's fun and i just like reading books and preaching the bottom half halfway through being an expert. Yeah and then just ever need needed guessing. They the goal your ten year ago. Yeah i'm trying to get that money is get out. Yeah at least so you can get out yet. A lot of people want to get money so they can get in more. You can't just quit halfway so you gotta you know what i mean like doing it for ten years. Yeah got want to get three. You're talking about thing. When i was like three years in for people like you gotta wait till ten years before the good stuff happens on mike. Maybe you do not me. And now i'm ten years in and not to say that i'm like niagara. It's not like a resentful thing from just like. Oh i guess right now. If you told me i'd be where i'm at ten years ago i'd be like bullshit. I be way more successful in that. It works out but also there was like a delusion but i never believed any of it either. I never believed. I could do anything even now that have done new faces. I'm like maybe. I can do comedy not done other cool stuff too. Yeah yeah that's really cool. Yeah i love that. And they were so right. So have you ever had like a spiritual. what makes you This isn't a challenging question. Yeah the answer. What makes you certain of a spiritual dimension to reality or not certain. What makes you open to it. A lot of people are like this is. What are you talking about this this is. I've just had enough experiences. Where.
"christner" Discussed on Sadhguru's Podcast
"Beauty to laugh today. We're building a world where feminine is being massacred. Even if a woman wants to be successful she has to be like a man otherwise there is no way she will succeed in. Today's world feminine is being massacred see. He's already happening. You go sit anywhere in the world. No more are people in normal conversations. Are people even discussing weather as they used to. In the past the only thing every idiot on the planet talks about today's economy his very you. How's the economy doing. How's the stock market. Doing nobody's asking. How the monsoon doing everybody's only talking about how the economy doing how's the stock market. Doing this means masculine has taken said rival has been raised to have a simple economics. Means what simple survival this said viral complicated process of survival. How to procure food how to do this how to do that. How to build this. This is also. Why will building a home eating wearing your clothes doing a little bit of shopping. you survival. isn't it now said. Rival is the only thing we are talking about because feminine. He's largely banished at least in new homes. Humus keep it out in. The society's largely gone masculine is everything. So today's kushner then me here. He's making a point saying that. The feminine is not on in society. There's no real life. We are not talking about men and women. we are not talking about male and female. We're talking about two fundamental qualities masculine and feminine so christner's life. He's about celebrating the feminine because masculine enemy manifest that is the nature of damascus. But feminine has to be nurtured. Otherwise you'll go away anyway. The rocks will be there but flowers won't be there. You have to nurture them. Isn't this the land rocks will be conveyed. Nothing will happen. Whatever kind of weather whatever. The temperature rocks will be. There have to be nurtured. If you don't kill them they'll know flowers left with rocks we can build. What can you do it flowers. Nothing it is just that life doesn't happen just because of utility..
"christner" Discussed on Sadhguru's Podcast
"Too many misconceptions about christian but we must understand that he's butter business was all tim. He was six years of each or eight years of each the sixteen. When is goose on the punny. Made him realize what is the purpose of his life. First of all he left rundown never again came back never again came back to see any of his relatives. Are the girls or boys office area. That was the end of it at sixteen. He left when he was leaving today. Visit this now. We say krishna rather comes ahead of krishna because their love their intimacy the romance caught them at initiative a whole culture in the entire subcontinent in such a way that we don't krishna davies erratic krishna but the age of sixteen. He saw her for the last time and never again saw her and at the age of sixteen when he was leaving he said. I played this flute for you. Now i'm going and not coming back so as an offering to you for the love that you are going to give this to you and never again play the flute again. And he never again played the flute from then on. It was rather who played the flute. He never played flute after sixteen. Sixteen to twenty one. He lived as a bremerton he talks in yes lived as remedy went through severe sodden after that his entire life was committed to marry political life political process and the spiritual process. These things had never spoken of in the northern plains of india. He set up over one thousand mushrooms because he wanted spiritual process not to be a separate thing he wanted spiritual process to be a part of life as we live as we brush our teeth in the morning we meditate. He wanted to bring split to process not as a fringe thing but as a mainstream life particularly to the rulers of the country of those many countries that india was that so he lived an absolutely dedicated and committed life but generally people think all he did was eat but play flute and dance with the girls. Now that's not what his life boss but that will also important aspect. There's a very beautiful story to there being than must me. I think i should tell you this story. Krishna was known for his rice. The word russ literally means juice the biggest problem with most people in their life. They don't have juice. they have hormones. they don't have laugh juice in them. there's no lack. There's no intensity of life ross. Means the juice of life not of the body but of life because bodies juices when wary it'll fluctuate from time to time. But he's talking about the juice of life so the dance that happened in the full moon night was of effort was ross because this drip of life. This is not a hill party in the night. This is not a party of drunkards. This is not a party of twelve people. This is a party of people who dripping with life ecstasy of life. This was an effort to as that. Ross the repetition of this russ spread people who participate or with nest. Best book about it and it started spreading shiva. Who was in the himalayan region. Heard about this that something fantastic is happening on the banks of human so he wants to see because he's not the russ kind. He's tons of clothes his eyes he doesn't know who is around him because when he dances nobody around him no man they cannot be. That's how he dances. So when you heard about this new kind of dance which is dipping with ecstasy. He wanted to see. He came to the banks of yemen and he wanted to cross the river the boatman. Who was that looked at him. Because he's men probably not probably the most athletic on the planet in the law. You'll get lower. It says he was nine feet tall. Why they're saying this is when he came down south to southern india. They say he was twice the height of an average woman so they were generally in southern india. That time women were somewhere between four and a half to five feet. So we zoomed. He's somewhere between eight and a half to nine feet tall so he's a man all dumb at so the boatman looked at him and said you're too much of a man. You can't go to ross like this. There there is only one push one man christner the only man. This kind of man cannot go there. What am i supposed to do. He said at least dress up as a woman and go he was what me blessing women going. He said otherwise. There's no rush for you. Then he said. Where do i get women's clothes. Then he said the boatman's said i will ask my wife to give her close to you you wear and go. You must participate in the russ appropriately as a feminine. Not as line. So she decided to borrow the boatman's wife's clothes which she was very. It's a poor family. Then he looked. It is not even spare plots. He's asking him to wear clothes that she's wearing right now. There's a beautiful painting in some places. We total the mother. Any kind of thing where a woman's hand has come out of the door and she weighs receiving like this and went to russ. This story is in appreciation of krishna. Where if you want to experience this. No the feminine. Otherwise you will not harass. This is ultimate appreciation of the feminine understand. This is a most fabulous precision of the feminine not female feminine. Because in this culture. We always saw that unless masculine and feminine play an equal role. Did we know.
Cubs Weekly Podcast
"christner" Discussed on Cubs Weekly Podcast
"Really open is an instructional league. I'm sure the cubs got wind of that. He's been great this year. Misses first full season pro ball. He rocketed double a he had time to. Trade was like a ninety six to nine or ninety one to nine strikeout-to-walk ratio. he's throwing the mid nineties. Harder slider obviously strikes and and he might be the guys. Quiet outside of greg dyke men who they got chafing traded to just got called up. But but but you know. I think get more upside than and he might be the next guy up lesson forgetting somebody because they acquired somebody guys take you might be the closest to the big leagues of everybody else. Acquired sticking with a little bit of those lower level guys down the complex projectable bodies. Something that i've heard a lot in relation to a lot of these cubs prospects reginald prosciutto casey's probably a little more advanced body wise. What kevin qatar who they acquired in the resort traded his six foot six and could probably add twenty pounds. Would notice a lot of these guys. Christner nana's as well. There's been some video kicking around him. Finally that we haven't really seen on the public side. A lot of these guys are toll and have the ability to add weight. And i'm wondering how that changes the evaluation of a prospect guys end and how hard that is to project a guy. Yeah i mean. I think it's mean scouts are more experienced doing that. We are you factor that in. I mean you kind of project with the guys get you guys get bigger. They sometimes loosen speed to see. You have to factor that in. But yeah i mean most of your your your high upside young guys are going to have projectable bodies because if they were you know physically maxed out at nineteen. That's probably not a good thing but like qatar is a guy to you. We haven't talked about yet. He was so young. I'm thinking back. The cove throws off my ass. I think he was signed in wanna say eighteen and he was super young in eighteen. Classy to wait. I think a couple of weeks after july two when the pure assigned pre-open to sign zini turns sixteen till mid july. So he was. I think the youngest player who played in the us league in two thousand nine hundred and he was in what was the gulf coast. League is now floor complex league. He was sixteen when the season started. And he's still you know so he was three years ago i think he's just barely nineteen years old and he opened the season at eighteen. Did he hasn't played above the complex level yet and he's got to be cost tools cross aboard be. I mean he's exciting appreciative. Who's off to a great start in an seems weird saying acl but in the acl. Switch hitter you're gonna grow into some power. I think with him. You wonder and i think most people project him at third base. Although it's easy to say that about big young shortstops they're gonna to the position but if he puts on twenty or thirty pounds strength price will bid and be more of a third baseman..
Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"christner" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"So i don't know you know. You know his biography much better than i do. But how many years between this essay and his entrance into the catholic church lose you written it closed before he protected the catholic church. Two years off the the writing of the docks. So he's he's a he's a he's they facto catholic at this point. If not day jewelry so catholics there are lot of anglicans jangle cans and even american episcopalians. Who consider themselves catholic with a small see and and Would be completely in agreement with chesterton on orthodoxy. His book orthodoxy in probably most all his other books too. I mean there there. Is i think in english in certain english. Partisan circles that i'm familiar with a catholic with a small c- and whenever there a hesitation is about swimming. The tiber years all kinds of reasons for this historical cultural and so on which a little off point is one reason why i'm so delighted that that that rome has allowed for an anglican right in the roman catholic church But but in any case. I mean that we are seeing the orthodox christian catholic orthodox christian chesterton but not yet roman catholic chesterton in this. I disagree. I think that ending shows per e. Clearly that the that the anglicanism was a fire. What would have each day in behind the substance of reality of i think he i think he regrets the passing of tradition. I mean i remember. When i had small she would by an your westbound any for the guy is spacey stopped old clothes with with ads. And and you had to go is through the sean. An awful pennies the grind If you make the guy Money sweets candy. That was part of my. And i think that chesterton has a healthy healthy wish bonus for the passing away off something which is tradition. But he's pretty. He's saying at the end of the essay that lease news passing away. Is that behind the tradition and the point is is nothing but darkness. There's no subject. you're sorry. I have to disagree with you here. Because that paragraph where he setting up the contrast between the stained glass windows and the fireworks the contrast is not between small see catholic anglicanism but between small see orthodox christianity and confucianism that that paragraph. He's setting up a different contrast. But that that's how i'm reading it. Anyway i mean obviously essays back confucianism as about why folks aren't just on do fusion is a man as is typical in tanger- because fire china right so so he's introduced confucianism as a way of saying light and fireworks. They come from they. This culture which is not of christendom And by analogy no the fireworks on guy fawkes by the video ultimately the police reformation st birth control is not christner. I disagree but that's all right..
GG Over EZ
"christner" Discussed on GG Over EZ
"Cross between risk of rain and minecraft slash fall hind that supports up to eight players. i haven't heard of it at all. I've heard about it a lot. Because of the jokes. The jokes low crispy asks rob. Have you seen a blue interpretation of you in their soling cnas lock. Yeah i have also would be cool if you did enough as well with fruit or dream team. Like yeah like i do as sole lock or whatever. It seems fun. I'm not really into polk. Man's like my pokemon knowledge is pretty low. So i would like to do like a if i ended up actually doing does locker soling with christian. I would probably wanna do like in a poke him on that. I don't really know. Because i think he'd be kind of funny. Like pokemon like black or white. So i could learn pokey man and you know i don't know knowledge donald repeat it. I'll be honest. You don't think we could be the sole lock blue. And i are struggling only great. No my god. Did that end if i did one with fruit like oh you guys would finish now. I take that as a challenge if we did a hard one easily easy mean i'm a i'm a heart old meaning our season to poke him on players and we are allah takes one by one dragon. Rage one crit or one smooth brain in this case too and you never know bro. Season does locker and we're having a hard time big said. How do i say at house. Ionic her tonic. Halcion ick gio easy legend through and blue which pokemon move haunt your trainings. More by or dragons breath dragon dragon rage. Because that thing will legitimately come out of nowhere. Why is that like the worst wise bite. Bad has just like come into distance. Yeah killed the second most most. Yeah yup tariffs on week to buy and it's like the poor guy About who else covered by. I mean spoiling Regained there's one or two others and then there's also been several scares from by where like fine but i i know for a fact. Someone else fainted. The story a couple of destler bite scares tour. That would've been scary and then pursue Has also been a bane bullshit pursuit. I guess the recent dragging which by the way is bad is because Dragon rage does flat forty. Hp no matter what you're typing nothing matters it will always do flat. Forty hp and early on in the game. Probably not to like level twentyish. You're poking order p or the problem is knowing can take to dragon races. Yep so then. You're just constantly switching and switching towards switching someplace i it's not it's not so you start hitting below twenty five dragon rate start being. I can prepare for this but otherwise it's like oh you little twenty your little. Twenty-one scar who has sixty hp is straight. That'd be a shame. If this strategically use twister six times and now that you're scar. Marie is at thirty eight. Hp i dragged range randomly annabel the dark asks since. I'm an e you and have to wait so long to get my fruit merge. Tell me any plans for some more dream team merch. I dunno. they'll be like some hints and stuff. I don't know some stuff working on. What by you releasing a new thing christner. Now i mean was waiting for this one. Finish and see we go from here but By you believe any more dashing. Yeah that that thing was hot still mandate our logos or something figured out fruit kind of already has done dream team merge he did the bogus thing. Well the i think the probably the most prominent one was the pixel at one. No one's a bad like bring teaching. Yeah i don't know Yeah we'll see. I haven't worked on merchant awhile because cogan happen and i just you know shock boy. Ninety seven as what are some games you would love to see prequels. Last sequel made for star wars rogue squadron. We've had this question several times when you start filtering like once we start filtering then i can help to I would love last of us to. They never made a sequel. It's weird they should. They should shouldn't even should've yeah. Maybe we'll get one day sequel battle born where it lives Mister what the f. With rob would you ever consider doing. It does lock with either further blue Yeah i mean kind of yeah. We just had before. Yeah for sure at three o'clock. I don't know how that works. It would be held to figure out what we could do. There's been some three way locks crystal ass. I hop denny's and breakfast restaurant what ordering the comes a grand slam. I think that's what it's called or something like that. It's like two eggs bacon sausage like hash. Browns just like the works. I don't know specifically like go to breakfast would be scrambled eggs or cheese mixed with hash browns and sausage man of cult. Like you order all those things but then you just yeah denny's writer i hop ihop. Denny's whatever you kind of village mama. Okinawa watching this So there's one night trip balls to acid holy crap. I was just fucking ripped doodo ripped from i was tripping balls and they're so so i didn't my at my trips are a little a little nicer the rob's So after the fact that. I'm i'm on the come down.
Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"christner" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Then and then he's probably gonna be about so. That's what's going on christian and elissa are going to talk a bit after the veto ceremony and this was not a great day for eggs aveer after a night where you know people were starting to talk about him a little bit and t you got an a little bit of trouble with frenchy. We're gonna see that a listen christner both going to talk about savior as well they talk about. How a both collins to scare frenchie and and elissa says yeah. Xavier doesn't really talk game. It's it's kind of strange exhibit here has been trying to play. This sort of like laid back. Don't play too hard too fast kind of game. Other people take take the credit for things that he feels like. He is doing as well and so because of that. Elissa is now kind of feeling like well. It's not really game focused. And he had kind of talk some game with her before but he never really executives true. Xavier doesn't really get into too much detail when talking game and i think it's it's part of what's holding him back here again. I feel like a lot of people are afraid of overplaying in the early portion of the game. I've said for years now. Honestly that i think that is an unfounded. Fear that you have a lot more leeway in the overplaying side of things than you do in the underplaying side of things as frenchy himself is showcasing right..
podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money
"christner" Discussed on podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money
"Was opposed to miller on military is overseas wars. Like so many people were in the aftermath of world war one but for him pacifism and nonviolence always was way to deal with the explicit implicit pilots being black and fast and being black in america. the personal strengths. He got from that with the key to his nonviolence a lot of this with from gandhi who reinterpreted pacifism metre personal movements. It's a matter of how you young pacifism changde from well-to-do white people try and war to a personal commitment to a whole range of attorneys pacifism style. He went to india nine hundred thirty five. Thirty six on behest of the american just student. Christner experts like the ymca ywca and he got to gandhi. And i had a long discussion about nonviolence in gandhi. Told him on. Make your life for sermon. He talked about non-violence. With four later. I always see. It's sort of like it's like star wars. It's short the forest controls. thanks again. The conversation gandhi said to him on quoting. Actually well it may be through the negro of the unadulterated message of nonviolence reaches world and that became sort of a A catchphrase during the civil rights. Long i mean if if i recall for your book correctly. Gandhi himself had a kind of not fully enlightened position on the black races of the world. And and and you know did in my correct. He had some difficulty sort of seeing That become that statement. Of course it becomes a pretty central in the nineteen sixties but at the time isn't gandhi kind of ambivalent about the role of africans and the african diaspora in nonviolence well god africa three decades from the eighteen. Ninety three for and he did not extend his side should draw campaign to native africans limited to persons of indian descent. And he's been. I think rightly criticized for this and i don gonyea i. So i think some of his new that africa's included it have been possible for nonviolence to be the method would become violent Gone with a nationalist. I think he lied working with young and he didn't work more generally the people you know it. It's hard to say that it was a successful strategy that by knowing africans Thrive to bill sermon directly. Questioned him back. That did not give a good answer but was used to taking what he wanted from..
Bloomberg Radio New York
"christner" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I can complete the sentencing order based on what I've heard today and let's reconvene at 2 45. We're in recess. All right, that, of course. The last words Judge Peter Cahill just before him. Minneapolis, Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Shoving getting up and I was timing it. I think it was maybe 30 seconds, maybe 45 seconds. He made some very brief comments. Um, and was very somber, No doubt about it. But talking about that he couldn't say much, but that there would be more information coming in the future that he really couldn't talk about, And that was kind of it. Yeah, He did say that he hoped that what is the information that comes does give some peace of mind. But as June, Grasso told us earlier, Carol, it's unlikely that he would say anything because of the ongoing civil litigation. Right? Exactly exactly, And it's very tricky. Prior to him was his defense attorney Eric Nelson, making some comments and you know things that were Put out there before in order to either get a new trial. Eric Nelson saying earlier that, uh, Derek Sevens brain is littered with what ifs. Also saying Derrick, seven was not even scheduled to work on May 25th 2020. He volunteered because there was Short staffing at the time, pointing out he's not coming into this as a career criminal, or Tina Davis, whose executive editor of Legal Here at Bloomberg News, saying Having no prior convictions is one argument to ultimately reduce any sentence. Erik Nelson also talking about seven being a decorated police officer, certainly like to help people we should note. The court is taking a 15 minute recess right now. Well, the the judge does finish the sentencing guidelines, but we are expected to hear Derek Chauvin sentence in the next 15 minutes, Right? 15 minutes, the clock is setting. So approximately 3 45 Wall Street time We will anticipate hearing the sentencing of Derek Chauvin. In the meantime, we do want to remind you We've got a trading day getting ready to wrap up the trading week just about 30 minutes to go. Let's check in with Doug Christner. Hey, Carol. We see a lot of strength among financials today, the S and P 500 being led higher by the S and P. Financials Group. We know now that the big banks have passed the latest stress test from the Fed. Next week. We'll get announcement on dividends and stock buybacks right now the S and P 500.
Zoom sees more growth after 'unprecedented' 2020
"Business for zoom boom during the pandemic shares around more than 8.5% of the company reported earning set topped estimates and issued a bullish outlook We get more from Bloomberg's dog, Christner Zoom is projecting annual revenue above estimates Sales growth has forecasted 43% impressive, yes, but far below the 326% increase for the fiscal year and in January Chairs and zoom jumped nearly fivefold last year as it became one of the biggest beneficiaries of the work and learn from home paradigm. The challenge now is producing an outlook is things move toward normalcy? I'm Doug Prisoner Bloomberg Daybreak. All right,
Kar Dishin' It : All Things Kardashian
"christner" Discussed on Kar Dishin' It : All Things Kardashian
"But when you're rich you can only date other rich people as like you're rich and you're under you know if you're under forty five or fifty it's just like the the you know there's just not that many people in their like early forties or in the case of like in their twenties who can afford mansions in a gated community in hidden hills. You know. I mean you're basically dating your mom's friends grandkids okay. This next story is just a follow up on our incredible reporting from last week. That really. I mean i'm still still just in awe of our monstrous tiktok teen able louise although i think she's older than t now So we remember. She is one. Who started all the jeffrey starring. Connie a our bunn rumors completely false. She made up all of it up. Made all of it up. And then she claims kris jenner has her a cease and desist which kris jenner says. Will someone for christner's legal team. Our rep says we have zero clearly who this person is shutdown and have not yet taken legal action however if she continues to spread lie after lie in fake letter in a in a fake letter in a desperate cry for public attention which she has admitted on record that she's seeking then we will have no choice but to take legal action on principle. Oh a devastating shutdown. And i love it. Here's what i didn't expect for twenty twenty one to bring where you are. You want cease desists. That you're lying about getting cease. Desists as a marker of acknowledgment which i get. I'm not like lost on the logic there. That like you matter enough. That kris jenner is lawyer sent you something. But like what a convoluted weird worlds have kris jenner seeming like. We'd like a lawyer being like we didn't send that we don't even know her. We will whatever we've got time like that a cease and desist is like a demarcation of status is amazing. I also really hate that. That child made money off lies. We talked about it privately after that like it really ties into the whole like kua non conspiracy just like you on if you are into it. I got spoiler alert. It's all made up by. People who are failed. Writers had articles about the people who are big lake influencers in. But it's just like people making these lies to see. How many clicks sagan it and like you know to just draw people. It's a weird. Like i don't know the the coal of the time it is this time is so much like the sixties to me in that there's so much tumbled and there's all like people just desperately clinging the staff like you know this cole beasley deity like people you like. Jesus christ shows trump. i'm so sure. But it is like all the chaos of the sixties like happening with us now but absurd and because of our pandemic and it is very much like a lot of this reminds me of like what's always been true but of kind of the lake manzini calling piece you know and like following leader and like colt colt The way that colts flourished that time and like you know. Yeah there was one. I shared with you and trish today at the There's a couple. There's a great new york times. That i think i sent you guys after. That really blew my mind. Because i really think we're not gonna get sidetracked. I promise but the role of women in these communities is fascinating communities of cuban on your on and and and the way that like it speaks to a kind of like you know like detective feeling and then you are like celebrated for having like found a clue you know and the way that the there's been communities about that around like lost after you know the tv show a you know like this is part of internet culture..
Native America Calling
Another round of court hearings on Keystone XL Pipeline. U.S. Oregon Senators advocate for tribal COVID-19 funds.
"This is National Native News Antonio Gonzalez another hearing was held last week in federal court involving the keystone xl pipeline largely centering on the reach of president. Trump's two thousand nineteen unilateral permit government. Lawyers say it allows only the one point two miles of pipeline needed to cross the US. Canada border opponents say it enables hundreds of miles of pipeline through Montana South Dakota and Nebraska Victoria wicks reports pipeline. Opponents were heartened by an order. Judge Brian Morris issued the day before the hearing in a separate but related case he found that the US Army Corps of Engineers permitted the K. XL pipeline without considering potential damage to endangered species and habitat and he ruled not see energy cannot build through approximately six hundred and eighty eight waterways along the three state route until the core has done a more thorough analysis. Sierra Club Attorney Doug Hayes explains that April Fifteenth Order Army Corps has to engage in further Environmental Review further consultation under the endangered species act before it can reissue. Nationwide permit twelve itself as also points out. There are no waterways in the one point two mile border-crossing at the April Sixteenth. Hearing an attorney for the Rosebud. Sioux tribe says pipeline. Construction will harm the tribes mineralised states. Along the pipeline's route a government attorney response that the tribe has no mineral estates in that one point two mile stretch at the border pipelines supporters say treaty violations and damage to land water and cultural sites is a problem to be addressed by state and local governments. Not The feds judge. Morris will consider granting summary Judgment to one side or the other and will also rule on plaintiff's request in light of the covert nineteen pandemic for a halt to construction that has begun in the one point. Two Mile Corridor for national native news in Victoria Wicks in rapid city. South Dakota Colvin. Nineteen relief funds need to be administered quickly to tribes say some US lawmakers as KFC's. Brian Buhl reports senators. Jeff Merkley and Ron. Wyden want stimulus aid to not adhere to population based formula. The Oregon. Democrats argue that such a formula limits tribes abilities to help their respective communities most are small scattered in rural areas where infrastructure and services are often underfunded and dated Senator Wyden the tribes have been hit very hard though from a health and economic standpoint. Christner sears a tribal council member with the confederated tribes of the Grand Ronde. He says because of pandemic measures they've had to close down their casino which was their primary economic generator a lot of uncertainty. And we feel comfortable with where we're at right now but staying closed indefinitely could have some pretty dire consequences for our travel government mercier. Says he's not sure what form direct aid from. The federal government will look like just sitting there hoping that arrived soon for National Native News. I'm Brian Bowl. In Eugene Oregon six tribes have filed a lawsuit seeking to stop Alaskan native corporations from accessing shares of eight billion dollars in treble cove nineteen funds the tribes from Alaska Washington State and Maine are suing the Treasury Department arguing. The money from the cares act should only go to travel governments and not Alaskan native corporations. Many tribal leaders across the country have raised concern. Will several leaders of Alaskan Native Corporation? Say they're following the law and intend to use the funds to address covert nineteen needs tribes had until Friday to apply for the funds which are expected to be distributed by April twenty sixth. I'm Antonio Gonzales.
The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
Trump Taps John Ratcliffe for Director of National Intelligence
"It appears trump does plan to use a lot of ratcliffe announcing today that he will nominate Ratcliffe for Director of National Intelligence. Now ratcliffe name sounds familiar. It's because trump did this get and he did. He did this before he was nominated by trump for the same job last July and that nomination was pulled in early August because there was not enough support in the Senate among Republicans over concerns over rat cliffs credentials House Speaker. Nancy Pelosi responded to the nomination. In a statement saying quote Congressman Ratcliffe has shown an unacceptable embrace of conspiracy theories and clear disrespect and distrust of our law enforcement and Intelligence Patriots. That disqualify him from leading American intelligence community. We call upon the Senate to remember that they take an oath to protect America. Not The president and vote against this nomination joining me now. Representative Roger Christner Mortiz a Democrat from Illinois. A member of the House Permanent Select Cup Select Committee on intelligence with John. Ratcliffe UP Congressman. Good to see you again. This one's tricky side. John Ratcliffe for a second. There's a guy he's a guy who's GONNA have trouble getting confirmed there are Republicans have serious concerns and we can talk in a minute. About what the reasons for those concerns are however he's actually going to have trouble getting confirmed the president's other guy who put into place. Richard Grenell is also widely thought to be not qualified to be the director of National Intelligence. But he can only keep the job until March eleventh unless Ratcliffe doesn't get nominated anytime. Soon in which case Greg Elkins Day on the job. So there's some trickery involved here right right. It's something called the Federal Vacancies. Act And perhaps your audience already knows about it. But basically this act enables Grenell to stay for as long as the nomination is pending and then if it fails for another two hundred ten days so practically another seven months after that and then the president could nominate another person and so while we might succeed in other words. This is what the president does got a lot of acting people and he likes exactly he he does. And and Mr Grenell in particular Is is considered to be a political hack and the reason why people are so upset about Mr Grenell In part is that he is basically going to be administering a loyalty test to all the people in the intelligence community whom the president suspects as being part of the deep state and this review is going to basically happen during the pendency of this nomination of Mr Ratcliffe and maybe beyond and grave damage could be done not only to the intelligence community but our national security in the meantime right. And here's the issue and I want to remind people about the history behind the director of National Intelligence and the intelligence problems that contributed to nine eleven. Right there was. There's some thinking and I want to Monday morning quarterback but there's some thinking that if all our intelligence organizations had shared their information properly we might have been able to prevent nine eleven. The director of national television's is the person who's supposed to do that. They should be the best informed. Smartest most qualified person in this country. Correct and that does not seem to be a priority to this president. No and and this kind of takes us to pivot point right now which is Is Is the intelligence community going to be led by someone who lives in the world of truth or is it going to be someone who lives in the world of propaganda and in the world of propaganda? You Know Truth Tellers are silenced and political loyalties are rewarded. But we know what that world looks like. We don't have to look further than China and the Corona Corona virus. China is a world of propaganda silence. The critics say silence the truth tellers and now they helped spawn a global pandemic. That's going to kill a lot of people unfortunately and heard a lot of hurt a lot of Americans too so this is why this is a consequence of lying. A little under the radar. But I think this is a a remarkable importance. I'm glad you join me tonight. To talk about a congressman Roger Crystal Mosey. Thank you as always
Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia
Trump says 'I think we'll make a deal with China' on trade
"Adviser. Larry cudlow said that he was not as optimistic for a deal as he once was but then a short while later, President Trump said he does think that a deal with China's going to be reached you'll recall that last Thursday, we had that report of President Trump asking officials to draft terms for a deal ahead of that meeting with Chinese president Xi Jinping at the end of the month. So take a deep breath step back and remember we've got an election here in the states on Tuesday. Now, there's also the issue of rates this Thursday. We've got the fed meeting. And you look at the employment report that we had last Friday. The numbers were above estimates annual rate wages rising over three percent nothing to dissuade the fed from it's tightening path ten year treasury intraday Friday hit a yield of three point two two percent last quoted at three twenty one. We also have the US sanctions on Iranian oil. Officially resuming in six hours WTI in the New York session down nine tenths of one percent Friday right now, we're trading sixty three oh four. I'm Doug Christner live from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio, Brian to you in Singapore. Well, Doug, thank you. And as you suggest investors will be keeping a close eye on a
Trump officials send mixed signals on China investment curbs, markets sink
"Business app and tick tock on twitter this is a bloomberg business flash it is indeed forty seven past the hour market is a bit on the back foot to say the least this is after the white house sought to step up its trade dispute with china we are told the trump administration is preparing some new curbs on chinese investment in the us and they would do so under an emergency law designed to protect some sensitive industries things like robotics or even aerospace look at the dow we're near the lows of the day down one point eight percent sp weaker by about the same amount and a tech weakness has the nasdaq composite down more than two and a half percent so monday in china we had china and the european union vowing to oppose trade protectionism they say unilateral action is risking pushing the world into a recession a lot of risk off as you might imagine with the yield on the us ten year treasury coming down about two basis points tenure to eighty seven the two year or two fifty two so we've got thirty five basis points now now in that to ten years spread dollar weakness and look at the yen powering higher against the dollar we're one nine forty two so the yen is up about one half of one percent against the dollar general electric agreeing to sell its industrial gas engine business to the private equity firm advent international craft hines may be ready to take a move on campbell soup that's the speculation being reported in the new york post campbell shares up more than nine percent and many of the cruise liners moving lower this is after carnival cut its earnings forecast though shares are down more than six percent all right carol let's get back to bloomberg markets and more of you oh i'm in for that all right doug christner thank you so much you are listening to bloomberg markets i'm carol massar and this is bloomberg radio.
What does China want from a U.S.-North Korea summit?
"The top stories for investors in the coming week i'm bob moon in new york up later in our program preview a trio of interest rate decisions around the world but i want to continue our global team coverage of the donald trump kim jong un summit for more let's turn things over to bloomberg daybreak asia anchors doug christner in new york and bryan curtis in hong kong bob the summit between president trump and north korean leader kim jong un has huge significance for us here in asia i thought we'd take a look at the asian perspective we asked bloomberg's david tweed to join us for some further analysis we know that asia doesn't speak with one voice here but everyone wants peace but what about china what would shine a light to see happen from this summit i think that china would be almost happy to see anything that doesn't cause a huge disruption within north korea china would probably also be quite happy to see north korea hold onto its nuclear weapons for now because what it needs is to bility and people talk about china's two priorities one is that it doesn't see collapse of the north korean regime whether that comes around because of of some sort of military attack from the united states or whether it comes around because you see an economic collapse of the regime both scenarios could see millions of north koreans flooding across the border and total instability in the region and that's what china doesn't need china needs to bility in the region because it needs to prosper economically the second point for china it doesn't want to see a reunification of the korean peninsula under us patronage david you can make the case for the last thirty years china has become something of an economic miracle within the context of being a communist country north korea really has kind of resisted following a similar path why do you think it is that the kim regime has been so reluctant to follow the example set by china.
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Tristan Thompson, Cleveland and Khloe Kardashian discussed on Colleen and Bradley
"Happy with it i'll be talking about them in our d segment today khloe kardashian showed up at a cleveland cavaliers game over the weekend to shows her support for tristan thompson was at the game with a group of friends and she was cheering doing a lot of clapping but she never stood to cheer that says a source telling a news christner prior to the ball game appearance khloe was spotted having lunch with tristen in cleveland.
Alleged corruption may tip Malaysian election
"The top stories for investors in the coming week said to asia and get a preview of a key election in the region for more let's turn things over to bloomberg daybreak asia anchors doug christner in new york and bryan curtis in hong kong bob the backdrop to next week's vote is public anger over rising costs in malaysia and the scandal at one md malaysia's main opposition is led by the former prime minister monitor mohammed and the opposition could actually win the popular vote but prime minister najib razak is expected to hold onto power that's because malaysia has a i past the post system and the party that wins the most seats in parliament wins now in the run up to the election najib told bloomberg that malaysia is heading in the right direction toward becoming a modern nation but he says that he's moving to keep the rating services happy the understand that is not easy to achieve a balanced budget but as long as the trajectories moving in the right direction and i think by maybe twenty twenty two twenty twenty three that's probably a more realistic target foster achieve balanced budget bloomberg's doug krizner and i are joined by youth ho bloomberg's bureau chief in kuala lumpur youth thanks very much for joining us the two leaders have really taken the gloves off marketeer is openly calling najrab his former protege corrupt and says that he's stolen billions how would you describe the mood as the vote comes the mood is is getting quite brutal here actually because you have been we have actually seen the happier actually face a lot of roadblocks he has been spotty has actually been suspended from campaigning for a bit now been released and he's also been banned from using his coalition's logo and also historian photos in campaign and recently he's right now under investigation for fakeness bill for saying that his plane was so that that's all in the in the backdrop while i can achieve is mostly keeping silent on all these criticism against him so it's all it's all quite taking up so the.
LONDON BRIEFING: Royal Mail Promotes Internally As Moya Greene Departs
"The add on's are build it yourself cardboard kits with accompanying software they let users transformed switch into things like miniature pianos robot exoskeleton and also some other objects intendo hoping that this will broaden the appeal of the switch beyond hardcore gamers and perhaps down even into the under sixteen crowd you know what they say just give kids at cardboard box intendo shares are up by one point three percent in tokyo will us stocks moved lower after a three day rally for a close up look at what's happening in financial markets here in asia let's get tipple invites doug christner doug all right we had the weakness in tech and that was precipitated by the comments from taiwan semiconductor overnight us time it raised a lot of concern about weak demand for mobile phone ships going forward look at apple shares they were down nearly three percent also had disappointing earnings from procter and gamble and philip morris incidentally the snp consumer staples group was down more than three percent federal regulators are reportedly preparing to find wells fargo about a billion dollars now the washington post says this fine stems from abuses tied to auto insurance and mortgage lending and we have takeda pharmaceuticals in the japanese session down by more than three percent looks like takeda is back to being the only public suitor for shire this is after allergan said during the us session it did not plan to make an offer for shire nikkei two five right now we could by about three tenths of one percent in seoul the kospi is down three tenths of one percent and insignia the asx two hundred is down just about two tenths of one percent during the us session we had long term interest rates moving higher at one point the ten year was trading with a yield of two point nine three percent that boosted a lot of the phoenix financial stocks here in the states but some of the bond proxies and real estate firms were in retreat to get to tokyo now check in with bloomberg's jeff sutherland for the latest on what's happening in japan jeff good morning we did see some data out this morning at eight showed inflation slowed during march with consumer prices excluding food coming in at zero point nine percent after reaching one percent in.
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"This is wbz newsradio ten thirty serving boston and all of new england wbz news time eight nine hundred eighteen thirty seven degrees in boston our top stories president trump is ordering national guard troops to the mexican border officials say there will have they will have a limit on there already christner says his state hasn't been contacted regarding the deployment of national guard troops to the mexican border republican governors office isn't saying whether they would comply with the request president trump has rebuked spy the president of mexico for planning to send soldiers to the border in a speech friday mexican president and rica in nato said mexico was willing to cooperate with the us but not at the expense of its sovereignty or dignity and the us adds twenty four people to its list of sanctions against russia england revolution in major league soccer entering the east sports arena with a new gaming league featuring the popular ea sports fee for eighteen the kickoff of the new lee league the revs and seventeen other mls back teams will send gamers to represent them this weekend at the pax east in boston which will host the inaugural em ls cup brian below is the president of the new england revolution tournament who will get to participate in sports next level of the of the fiba world championships winning this tournament gets you an entry in into that next level of tournament so it's it's a very progressive thing that you've got to win a regional tournament to get to a more global tournament and then you can in theory win the world championship in in playing the pizza fans can register to compete in the tournament and find a full list of rules and regulations by visiting the new england revolutions website classified ads website back page dot com and its affiliated websites has been seized by the federal law enforcement agencies the action as part of a collaboration by the fbi the us postal inspection service and the internal revenue service backpage dot com lets users create posts to sell items seek a roommate participate in forums list upcoming events or post job openings but it also has listings for adult escorts and other sexual services lawmakers on capitol hill and advocacy groups have long called for an investigation into backpage dot com for allegedly facilitating prostitution and sex trafficking commercial fishermen and environmental groups agree a long standing dispute over the.
Jared Kushner's family business faked documents, made millions: AP
"This is wnyc ninety three point nine fm and am eight twenty npr news and the new york conversation from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly turkey is celebrating a military victory in northern syria as npr's peter kenyon reports turkish and allied rebel forces have seized the city of a free from why pg kurdish fighters wants turkey views as terrorists predictions of slow door to door urban combat in a in city centre proved false as the white bg fighters appeared to melt away and the turkish and free syrian army forces took control drawing praise from president rigid type air to one one question now is whether turkey will follow through on a threat to next target men beach we're both wipe e g and american forces are located florida international university is holding a moment of silence this afternoon for the six people killed in last week's collapse of a newlyinstalled pedestrian bridge those killed were in vehicles crushed by the nine hundred fifty ton bridge has it fell onto an eight lane road at a stop light in miami authorities in florida are investigating the weekend death of a circus former who fell during a show in tampa npr's scott neuman reports cirque du soleil says thirty eight year old yawn are no more than fifteen year veteran of the troop slipped off the double ring saturday night during the performance of the company's volta show he fell twenty feet onto the stage although he was rushed to a hospital are no died early sunday from his injuries the accident caused the two remaining tampa performances of the show to be cancelled i'm dave mattingly in washington i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york jared kushner's family real estate company routinely filed false documents with new york city this according to the associated press claiming it had no rent regulated tenants in its buildings when in fact it had hundreds the tenant advocacy group housing rights initiative compiled the documents and shared them with the housing rights initiative executive director aaron cars has landlords used the tactic to force out rent controlled and low paying tenants christner is not the root cause of the problem it is an acute symptom of a larger problem a legislative problem and enforcement problem a campaign finance problem the city council's oversight and investigations committee is launching an investigation into the kushner companies real estate practices the.