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Combine Chrysler, Fiat, Peugeot and You Get Stellantis. Stella-What?

Wall Street Breakfast

01:51 min | Last month

Combine Chrysler, Fiat, Peugeot and You Get Stellantis. Stella-What?

"The merger between fiat chrysler. Automobiles peugeot began trading. Today under the name still lantis shares rose as much as seven point seven percent and milan where the ticker s. t. la replaced fiat chrysler symbol. While the stocks also gained in paris where the company listed in place of peugeot the fourth largest automaker in the world by volume will also trade on the nyse under ticker symbol. T. la instead of fca you. What kind of name is that. The automaker said it draws from the latin words still meaning to brighton with stars while that may be better suited for a space company. The latin root reflects the combined companies french and italian heritage. The hopes brands house. Understa lantis include pujo. Ciro in ds opel vauxhall alfa romeo fiat lancia dodge jeep chrysler ram and a barth. It'll utilize fiat's ramen. Jeep divisions in north america revitalized peugeot citron brands dead of excelled in europe as well as greater resources to compete with electric car makers that are reshaping the sector the new entity expects to save five point nine billion through combined platforms increase purchasing power supply chain skill and other merger benefits many challenges await. Neither company has much a foothold in the luxury car. Business or china's vast auto market the prior merger of fiat and chrysler also did little to improve the fortunes of alfa romeo and roz herati while psa's purchase of only made the company more reliant on europe. The splashy entrance forced to lantis also comes at a busy time for the automobile industry with gm making a huge electric vehicle. Push and tesla forecast to deliver one million vehicles in two thousand and twenty one.

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Roster Updates Before Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Detroit Lions game

Buccaneers Observer

02:22 min | 2 months ago

Roster Updates Before Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Detroit Lions game

"Has watched the detroit lions games and she is got some notes prepared for once to not excited about it showing me clips this so we've got a lot for you. We need to get into it all right molly for news. Okay we have made some roster moves in the last couple of weeks leave released wide receivers ciro grayson cyril dominque grayson and josh pearson from the practice squad and then we ended up. Re signing josh pearson grayson. He's the one who's been flip flop and back and forth. Yeah yeah so. And then on the eighteenth that we had signed punter dustin colquitt and long snapper garrison sanborn to the practice squad that was when we The whole issue with our specialist group being put on the covid reserve lists that ended up being a false positive so we brought on those two guys and they are still on the practice squad as of today. So they're still there we meet another roster move this kind of a long time coming justin evans. Who was a former six round. was waived with a failed physical designation. He was a sixth round. Pick second i was like i probably was second or third row note second. Thanks for that He hasn't played or practices twenty eighteen. So what a that. He's has failed physical. I you know that one. I was just i felt like they held on too long to that one. Yeah the second round pick. It's kind of expected. Devon white was named the nfc defensive player of the week for his performance against the falcons. I have a feeling. I why you say about that. So he had twelve tackle tackles ten solo three sacks four and a half. Dfl's two passes defended three quarterback heads so regardless of what he looked like on the film he wrecked stats sheet

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Moderna Presents LAUGHABLE Interim Vaccine Data. Verastem Shows Mixed Success in Solid Tumors

Breaking Biotech

05:30 min | 10 months ago

Moderna Presents LAUGHABLE Interim Vaccine Data. Verastem Shows Mixed Success in Solid Tumors

"So God pretty exciting show for everybody and glad be back. I know I'm doing back to back week episodes but I wanted to talk about this before. Lasko comes which is going to be next week. So we're going to touch on bare. Stem Oncology is the main company and also GonNa Touch on the major news that we heard the interim phase one data that came earlier this week because it is definitely interesting stuff so with that. I do want to thank everybody for joining me today and I wanted to give a shout out from a donor adviser ready to check out the Biotech plays I appreciate all the support that everybody's giving me there and they're actually pretty engaged. I know there's a few. Biotech focused separates out there. But I think biotech plays actually has the most amount of people who are engaged in willing to to talk about different companies so checkout biotech plays and Yana appreciate everybody who shares my videos on there so with that. Let's get right into it and the first thing I want to talk about today is modern. So what we heard on Monday. Believe rate at the bell was that they announced positive interim phase one data for its Rene Vaccine Twelve seventy three against the novel corona buyers. I know this is a big wall tax but the details are very important here so going to read a couple of paragraphs we'll break it down. But they said that immunogenetics data are currently available for the twenty five microgram and Hundred. Microgram dose level after two doses. Day Forty three and at the two hundred and fifty microgram level after one dose day. Twenty nine dose dependent increases in immunogenetics. Where seen across all three dose levels and between prime and boost within the twenty five microgram and hundred microgram dose levels all participants aged eighteen fifty five fifteen per cohort across all three doses. Ciro converted by date fifteen a single dose so just to keep everyone up to speed here across all these three dose levels are saying that between baseline and after a single dose patients went from antibody negative to antibody positive. Now we don't know what the sensitivity is of the essay or anything like that our saying is that all of these patients became positive for certain antibodies. Now they go on at day forty-three two weeks following second does at the twenty five microgram dose level levels of binding. Antibodies were at the level seen in convalescence Sarah which are blood samples taken from people who've recovered from covid nineteen tested in the same essay at day. Forty three at the hundred microgram dose level levels of binding Antibi- significantly exceeded levels seen in convalescence Sarah. So I put three stars here just to make a call out to the actual clinical trials dot Gov page which showed that the secondary objective in this trial was to evaluate the immunogenetics city as measured by Immunoglobulin g enzyme late immunised orbin assay or the long version of Liza to the spurs co two s spike protein following a two dose vaccination schedule of Amarnath twelve. Seventy three a day fifty seven. So this is what they're referring to is the levels of IGIEA that are specifically in response to the SARS cove to spike protein. Now a couple issues with this study in and of itself to the first thing that stands out is we're only given descriptive character of what's going on in these patients were not being shown actual data and you know just from the outset. That's pretty pretty sketchy. And they're also comparing the levels that they signed their study to level seen convalescent Sarah but as we know convalescent Sarah varies widely in the levels of IGGI and the timing also matters quite a lot too so they omitted all of that stuff. And it would have been great to actually see how it compares to convalesce and Sarah is the timing similar from which the code infection stopped a lot of those details just completely omitted from this. The other thing is that the nature of the elisas against the G. For the SARS COKE TO SPIKE PROTEIN. The specificity and sensitivity varies quite a bit between these different asses. And we also don't really know how cross reactive their ass a was two different serves cove spike proteins. So as we all know there's a variety of different krona viruses out there and we all might have some antibodies that could be cross reacted in these assets. And we just don't know if that happens to be the case here. The fact that they compared baseline to after the injections. Kinda suggests to me that there is some increase in antibodies. Here but it would have been nice to see more details which were completely omitted in this. And the other thing is just because you ciro converted. That doesn't necessarily mean you have protection against the coronavirus. So that's what they looked at in the second part when they talk about neutralizing antibody so to touch on that they say at this time. Neutralizing antibody data are available. Only for the first four participants in each of the twenty five microgram and Hundred Milligram Dose Level. Cohorts they go on consistent with the binding antibody. Data emanate twelve seventy three vaccination elicited neutralizing antibodies in all eight of these participants as measured by Placard Action Neutralization Assays Against Live. Sars coke to the levels of neutralizing antibodies today. Forty-three were at or above levels. Generally seen in convalescent Sarah

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Doctor Chris Smith Speaking About Coronavirus

Monocle 24: The Briefing

05:57 min | 10 months ago

Doctor Chris Smith Speaking About Coronavirus

"The longer the covid nineteen lockdown goes on the more we learn about covid nineteen not least because being locked down like this. We don't have a great deal to do but ever expanding testing is teaching us about the spread of the virus will hopefully help us figure out how soon something like normality becomes a possibility he in the UK Health Secretary. Hancock has suggested that seventeen percent of Londoners may now have covid nineteen antibodies. I'm joined with more on this prime article. Twenty four health and science correspondent Dr. Chris Smith also a viral adjust at Cambridge University. Chris first of all that figure seventeen percent which suggests as I understand that seventeen percent of Londoners have been infected by cove nineteen to one extent or another. Does that sound like a plausible number? Yeah I think I think it does some countries and indeed some commentators in many countries hyping the number would be a bit higher. But Tha that does seem to twin with what we knew about the circulation of the agent. We New London was hot spots. We knew it took off their more than in other parts of the UK and this is also backed up by the that in the parts of the UK. This the Ciro positively right in other words. The number of people with antibodies against the new kind of ours is between five and seven percent so that does align with that so quite high circulation in London lower levels of circulation across the rest of the country but across the whole it means that the vast majority of people are not immune therefore only a small fraction of the countryside. Fall has actually called the new cry of ours. Is there anything we can infer from that figure in London? Not Merely about the level of infection but the the level of exposure what. I'm wondering is if you take a given Londoner for the sake of argument. Let's say it's Me Prior to lockdown traveling at least twice a day on Tube trains most of which were pretty crowded frequently being out and about in London which is a busy city speaking to. I don't know dozens of people a day as a journalist does is there any meaningful chance? I wouldn't have been exposed at some point. I it's very likely that you probably have encountered this. But he's whether or not you encountered any infectious dose of it because that's the key thing nodal viruses virus particles might equally and when a person is infected. They are producing from their body and all of their secretions of from the respiratory tract. So that's coughing sneezing just breathing droplets of moisture which virus particles in the they hope for in the for a period of time and it may well be that some of those virus particles that just stopped so although that virus particles and although they might have some genetic information in them they just might not go off like a dodgy firework you like them nothing happens so a person who breathes in some of those particles isn't guaranteed that will catch it so it's not a given if you're sharing it with someone who's infected. You're definitely going to get it. Because it depends how much they're actually issuing from their body into the that you then encounter but yes people in London had an above average Johnson counseling other people who were infected and therefore infectious and because of the high density working environment in London. The high density of traveling in London as a result of that the opportunity afforded to the virus to spread was higher which is why London took off soon took off foster and had high levels of virus. I've rule and I think part of this is probably a reflection on the London's also right next door to one of the world's busiest airports Heathrow which would have an she connected with the London. Transport system would perhaps have been a a conduit into the country with many cases arriving via that route every day. And then probably moving into the capital and helping to spread it if seventeen percent is not it yet is. I don't know whether this is a useful way to be thinking or not but is there. A number percentage at which a widespread lifting of lockdown measures starts to seem like a sensible way forward. Well if we're using how immune people all the immunity right in the population. Then we'd need to be up in the high tens of percent like sixty seventy percent of the population immune in order for this to have any kind of serious impact on the ability of the virus to spread because this whole notion of herd immunity. The word is unfortunately been misrepresented misunderstood by many people as meaning some kind of a strategy to allow people to catch the virus naturally into become immune as a country herd immunity just means that the vast majority of people are immune which means that there are so few susceptible individuals left in the mixture that the virus Kennel circulate. And so you protect the UNAMUNE few by the immunity of the many. That's what herd. Immunity means but in order for that to work. You need very high numbers of the population to be immune so when we vaccinate people against diseases like measles with the Mo. That's why we try to get to ninety five percent of the population because we know even when we get to ninety five percent the population. A handful of people just won't respond to the vaccine so that gives us a bit of safety margin and it means that a good. It to eighty five percents people are gonNA be reliably immune and that means the fifteen to twenty percent who not and this includes newborn babies every year just unlikely to encounter so unlikely to encounter someone who's actually got it that there's no transmission chain in the population that is potentially achievable for this new corona vars volunteer routes. Either we all catch it and we become immune and then new members of the population who bowl not yet an organic. Because there's no disease can eating or more tracks if we make a vaccine against this when we get the vaccine into everybody either way we arrive at a stay of heard immunity where this too few people who are susceptible in the population for the Vars to be able to maintain a transmission chain Christmas. Thank you as always. That was our health and science correspondent. Dr Chris

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Group Nine's Geoff Schiller: Legacy media organizations have caught up

Digiday Podcast

08:02 min | 1 year ago

Group Nine's Geoff Schiller: Legacy media organizations have caught up

"Welcome to the digital podcasts. and Brian Marcy. Today I'm joined by Jeff Schiller Jeff is newly minted. Ciro Groom from nine. Jeff came over from the pump sugar acquisition which just close to a couple of weeks ago a couple of weeks ago. Okay so look. You're part of pop sugar for a while as as an independent entity As a partner like what. What is the potential you see? You know joining forces with group nine and in its portfolio of brands. So it's really interesting. The marriage is such a perfect marriage at a molecular level because the brands pop sugar Seeker Dodo now. This realis- they all have a common theme very optimistic very positive. And that's a through line and so I think just generally speaking that helps for a monetization perspective when we go out to market and we say look our companies bound by optimism. You can kind of think through how one plus one can eagle three so I think on a foundational level. The editorial alignment of saying thrillers. Just wants to help you kind of experience. The unexpected whether it's from food drink or travel or pop sugar wants to help you as a female kind of just explore all the areas that Define you versus versus just being relegated to one bus lifestyle. But then he got now this but now there's a little bit of the outlier right to some extent. I mean the way that I think about. Now this is yes it is news and and News is kind of core to what it started as a couple of years ago but I think as a brand it really reflects the currency in terms of what young people care about which is issues. And so it's it's the Lens in which they consume. It is news but it's really more so for young people issues climate climate change equality etc.. Those are really what define now this and you could argue. Certainly they're potentially depressing stories. That are out there but the lens that there are lots of depressed race out. I try to be an optimist but the Lens. Now this Kind of kind of takes through who These these complex issues to really be positive and hopeful and so it is the most utility driven versus being lifestyle driven but I also again that positive through line kind of makes it easy for us as we think about the future and monetization. So we're we're recording this before the holiday break and then You'll you will be heading off immediately to to see us which I will not be on the genus. Sorry good luck with that but you'll be meeting with lots of different marketers and and stuff like this and this maybe it'll be the first time since the merger went went through Wha what's your like sort of top line message for why they should care. Wise is a good thing for are your partners so I can answer that. Through two lenses one is more from the kind of larger macro conversation that's going on and the other would-be more from a client facing perspective macro wise merger mania. Whatever we called it a lot of these companies got together out of necessity Out of survival and pop sugar and group nine got together because it made sense because it was thought you were going to say that they got together for survival survival. No no no we we. It was not under duress. You had our chief officer Brian. I did And the profitable notable pop sugar kind of playbook and you had group nine the dominant stake in in reaching young people dominant stake in social video. Everything everything came together from a complimentary perspective including Brian and Ben who have known each other for a long time but really through even down to what they're passionate about you know I. It's all super complimentary so I think that on the macro level weren't out liar because we're like I said we'll be a case study for success success in terms of merger mania also because it wasn't done GonNa State of duress okay. Are you talking about refinery. I'm not tired. Whatever are you talking about? I'm not talking about anyone in particular on the client facing side in terms of value. So you have this really big list of of consolidated media companies. The VOX is the old school ones. The Conde's the hearst the meredith the vices the bustle digital groups for us us when we talk about young people. It's number one. We reached them at scale and number two. They spend more time with us than anyone else in the entire competitive set and so that is third party. Syndicated that's not our made up proprietary. Whatever that's com score in terms of actual time spent and attention for us is that at core currency from you know what we think the future cohorts in Gen y Gen Z.? Trade on it's you know. I want to be captivated by something and captivate them more than anyone else in the competitive set so I wanNA push on the scale thing for a little bit. Why is scale still pretty important because a a lot of people have come on this podcast and sort of been like skills dude skills dead and like not really I mean scale drives a lot of this and for what you're talking about You know adding together all these different brands. you're gonNA have a single salesforce right absolutely tech stack single all these sort of things. There's a bunch of efficiencies. I'm sure that come out. Like you know everyone when they announced sees mergers. Try Not to talk about this but like there. It is more efficient. But there's a a lot of advantages to having a bunch of brands under one roof. So I think that nothing's ever truly really new and so you look at the magazine. Zine companies their portfolio of brands. They have the same shared services model. One printing press one back office. There's a reason I mean conde still trying to get there. You're for sure but other other brands. The hearst Meredith Lega those have been in existence for a really long time for a reason because in order to scale you need to have that back office support that isn't replicated across every single brand so there's the economic scale which is shared services and then there's the audience scale. which is you have to be big enough to matter absolutely critical in a world where you have facebook? It's the same narrative facebook and Google and Amazon and target and Walmart Media Group. All of those guys out there. That are huge scale is is is is I guess the way that I frame it upscale is is no longer a lead statement. It's more of a check box right so if you don't check that box then you're going to be in trouble and it's like anything. I mean we keep talking about this and these these different podcasts. Hell the the middle gets gets crunched. And it's easy to fall into to the metal but I mean I guess together. You'd think that you guys are are not in the Middle Lake are are one of the scale players. Oh Yeah No. It's not even a thought it's factual we are number one. Overall in terms of time spent from Com score perspective were number one in terms of social The Olsen Dr Com score both say the same thing so I think within our larger competitive set of all the brands is that I mentioned. We are a clear leader and that competitive set you you think it's not it's not quote unquote just the the the vox is The bustles but it's the the I'm GONNA another quote unquote like the traditional like the hearse. The Conde's absolutely that narrative of them being behind is it in my mind a two year old narrative and I'm not talking about restructuring. I'm talking more so about audiences. They were behind. They looked at digital pure place. Copied their playbook playbook and I think I think they're pretty caught up so we have to consider them a credible threat to our business and to try to take whatever share they have that is legacy and bring it our way.

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Former Head of SBA Shares an Inside Look into Small Business Lending

The Small Business Radio Show

08:50 min | 1 year ago

Former Head of SBA Shares an Inside Look into Small Business Lending

"I've always thought that one of my dream jobs would be the head administrator at the SBA because they can have incredible impact on small business owners here joining us for look inside is Karen Mills. She's the former head administrator at the. US Small Business Administration. She's also the author of a great new book. It's called Syntech small businesses and the American Dream Karen so glad you could join us here. Bead Embi Global Conference I am delighted to join you hear Barry and and I will say you're right to want to have that job because it is absolutely the best job in the world so tell us what you love about that job. Well I loved that job. Bob was that I was the person in President Obama's cabinet who was responsible for all of America's small businesses and entrepreneurs what could be better and and flying on Air Force One. That was good to best seems like a huge responsibility. Saying I'm responsible for like twenty seven million small businesses and basically the economy. Well let's thirty million thirty million businesses and half the people who work in this country owner work for small business. So it really is half half of America's jobs I would say you know I went to sleep at night worrying about all these small business owners but in some ways the most important the thing was to have a seat at the table because everybody loves small business but not everybody does they think about it and it was my responsibility ability to pound the table in the White House and make sure that people paid attention to this critical part of the economy. It seems to me reading the news that there's a lot of politicians that talk about. They do have sports small business. When it comes down to brass tacks nothing really happens? So what what. What were some of your biggest accomplishments when you were at the SBA well? I went into a my job running the SBA. In the first quarter of two thousand nine. And I don't know if quarter that was a bad time my my first few months on the job lost one point eight million small business jobs and I could see that this was a disaster because small all businesses depend on banks for their loans. Banks had gotten overextended with all those bad mortgages and they just cut off small business lending and and even good businesses were getting their credit lines. Poll I came to the job. Actually venture capitalists so. I was a risk taker and I didn't know any better. I decided we should should solve this problem. That was my job so I went to the White House and I was able to convince Larry Summers. Who is the head of the National Economic Council and President Obama to let me do something really bold and that was to raise the SBA guarantee rate now the SBA doesn't make loans guaranteed bank loans? And they it allowed me to raise that SBA loan rate to ninety percent so we would guarantee ninety percent of any loan that a bank would make and it worked and we were able to get a thousand banks back to SBA lending. In six months. I would go around the country after that and talked to small businesses. It was the the most amazing thing. 'cause they would say you know you save my business. We were running out of money. We couldn't get anybody to pay attention and when we did that we turn the spigot back on for lending that taught me small. Businesses important to the economy and access to capital from banks is important to small businesses. And what kind of risk is that to the government. I know the banks are glad to do that. If the government is taking the risk do a lot of small business do they not recover the money from a lot of small business owners. What's the rate of non recovery but the SBA even though we're taking on more risk ninety five percent of those small businesses paid back? Wow so it was a pretty great deal for the government. Got One hundred billion dollars more capital out the economy and the net cost to the taxpayer was Ciro because we would charge iffy fifty and that paid for all the losses. So I think it's just a critical jewel that the US government has taxpayers. Taxpayers Really. Aren't out any money for it and we do a lot for small businesses. Now there's been a lot of small business owners I think by in general don't like banks right. They say bank is a four letter word because it's kind of like they give you an umbrella where it's not raining than take it away when it is raining. Banks are not really in the business of taking that much risk. Give them what they charge the industry. The industry has changed a lot since that time. Tell us about what the current state of small business owners getting capital. What the best way to do what is now? I wrote this book which has Fintech Small Business in the American dream. Because I believe that we are about to see a transformation in small business lending as you point out small business lending has been a painful process for maybe fifteen hundred years. This hasn't changed. Xerox a whole pile of paperwork right sock down down to the bank. You wait three months for an answer. Then they say well I you know what I can't really tell if your business is making any money just give me a personal guarantee today. We're about to see a change. In the reason is small business lending is hard because of these two problems. The first this one is it's hard to tell what's going on inside a small business we call in Economists call that information opacity. You know you just don't even even know if the small businesses making money. The second problem is that all small businesses are different. One day you're lending to a funeral home the next day day to a dry cleaner next to a parts company and it's not transferable knowledge now technology and big data. An artificial intelligence has the power to take away those frictions and barriers. That have been making small business lending so difficult. I see that we could have a transformative moment. Things could change. And that's what some of these lenders like cabbage. That's actually what they do right. They don't they get ah the feeds from the small business analyzed the data before they make the loan exactly and cabbage is a great example. They were an early innovator here and they kind woke up the banks because they suck all the data out of your quickbooks account in your bank account and they can look inside and see in your cash flow really. Looks like well what happened is they started to get a lot of customers because you could get your loan in a minute and sandbank was taking weeks months but then the banks woke up and it turned out. They have a big advantage actually to one they have customers reported. Trust them and to have low costs money from your deposits so they can make the loan cheaper. So now it's my prediction. Shen that banks will come back in this game figure out how to give better technology. Intestinal spirits us all of this new each day. And then you're much more affordable because they're gonNA see it was credit worthy and who's not it could be a virtual virtuous cycle because maybe they'd have fewer losses and give you your home even more cheaply. I hope so because while I think that folks like fun box and cabbage they really provide immediate. Answer it's easy to get that capital of course pay pal. All these people are doing this. It is quite expensive money and I think for for small business owners don't have good cash flow. It almost becomes a vicious cycle for them and they can't get out of these loans. I worry a lot about how expensive loans and that's why. I really hope that the playing field will open up now and banks will come back in because imagined the community nitty banker. Who knows you really well? Now they could have a small business dashboard. which has all of your cash flow projections uh-huh and oh by the way you could have the same dashboard yourself? And he would say to you you know or she would say to you. You are preapproved for seven thousand dollars. Absolutely because I can see you could pay but look how the discussion about whether you should take fourteen thousand and maybe open up next door and now you're having a conversation but the relationship banker and it's almost back to the olden days when you really got advice as well as money so maybe I'm an optimist but that would be my vision of what I call small business. Utopia you'd have a dashboard with pre-approved button in a relationship with your banker that allows you to manage

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Former Head of SBA Shares an Inside Look into Small Business Lending

The Small Business Radio Show

08:50 min | 1 year ago

Former Head of SBA Shares an Inside Look into Small Business Lending

"I've always thought that one of my dream jobs would be the head administrator at the SBA because they can have incredible impact on small business owners here joining us for look inside is Karen Mills. She's the former head administrator at the. US Small Business Administration. She's also the author of a great new book. It's called Syntech small businesses and the American Dream Karen so glad you could join us here. Bead Embi Global Conference I am delighted to join you hear Barry and and I will say you're right to want to have that job because it is absolutely the best job in the world so tell us what you love about that job. Well I loved that job. Bob was that I was the person in President Obama's cabinet who was responsible for all of America's small businesses and entrepreneurs what could be better and and flying on Air Force One. That was good to best seems like a huge responsibility. Saying I'm responsible for like twenty seven million small businesses and basically the economy. Well let's thirty million thirty million businesses and half the people who work in this country owner work for small business. So it really is half half of America's jobs I would say you know I went to sleep at night worrying about all these small business owners but in some ways the most important the thing was to have a seat at the table because everybody loves small business but not everybody does they think about it and it was my responsibility ability to pound the table in the White House and make sure that people paid attention to this critical part of the economy. It seems to me reading the news that there's a lot of politicians that talk about. They do have sports small business. When it comes down to brass tacks nothing really happens? So what what. What were some of your biggest accomplishments when you were at the SBA well? I went into a my job running the SBA. In the first quarter of two thousand nine. And I don't know if quarter that was a bad time my my first few months on the job lost one point eight million small business jobs and I could see that this was a disaster because small all businesses depend on banks for their loans. Banks had gotten overextended with all those bad mortgages and they just cut off small business lending and and even good businesses were getting their credit lines. Poll I came to the job. Actually venture capitalists so. I was a risk taker and I didn't know any better. I decided we should should solve this problem. That was my job so I went to the White House and I was able to convince Larry Summers. Who is the head of the National Economic Council and President Obama to let me do something really bold and that was to raise the SBA guarantee rate now the SBA doesn't make loans guaranteed bank loans? And they it allowed me to raise that SBA loan rate to ninety percent so we would guarantee ninety percent of any loan that a bank would make and it worked and we were able to get a thousand banks back to SBA lending. In six months. I would go around the country after that and talked to small businesses. It was the the most amazing thing. 'cause they would say you know you save my business. We were running out of money. We couldn't get anybody to pay attention and when we did that we turn the spigot back on for lending that taught me small. Businesses important to the economy and access to capital from banks is important to small businesses. And what kind of risk is that to the government. I know the banks are glad to do that. If the government is taking the risk do a lot of small business do they not recover the money from a lot of small business owners. What's the rate of non recovery but the SBA even though we're taking on more risk ninety five percent of those small businesses paid back? Wow so it was a pretty great deal for the government. Got One hundred billion dollars more capital out the economy and the net cost to the taxpayer was Ciro because we would charge iffy fifty and that paid for all the losses. So I think it's just a critical jewel that the US government has taxpayers. Taxpayers Really. Aren't out any money for it and we do a lot for small businesses. Now there's been a lot of small business owners I think by in general don't like banks right. They say bank is a four letter word because it's kind of like they give you an umbrella where it's not raining than take it away when it is raining. Banks are not really in the business of taking that much risk. Give them what they charge the industry. The industry has changed a lot since that time. Tell us about what the current state of small business owners getting capital. What the best way to do what is now? I wrote this book which has Fintech Small Business in the American dream. Because I believe that we are about to see a transformation in small business lending as you point out small business lending has been a painful process for maybe fifteen hundred years. This hasn't changed. Xerox a whole pile of paperwork right sock down down to the bank. You wait three months for an answer. Then they say well I you know what I can't really tell if your business is making any money just give me a personal guarantee today. We're about to see a change. In the reason is small business lending is hard because of these two problems. The first this one is it's hard to tell what's going on inside a small business we call in Economists call that information opacity. You know you just don't even even know if the small businesses making money. The second problem is that all small businesses are different. One day you're lending to a funeral home the next day day to a dry cleaner next to a parts company and it's not transferable knowledge now technology and big data. An artificial intelligence has the power to take away those frictions and barriers. That have been making small business lending so difficult. I see that we could have a transformative moment. Things could change. And that's what some of these lenders like cabbage. That's actually what they do right. They don't they get ah the feeds from the small business analyzed the data before they make the loan exactly and cabbage is a great example. They were an early innovator here and they kind woke up the banks because they suck all the data out of your quickbooks account in your bank account and they can look inside and see in your cash flow really. Looks like well what happened is they started to get a lot of customers because you could get your loan in a minute and sandbank was taking weeks months but then the banks woke up and it turned out. They have a big advantage actually to one they have customers reported. Trust them and to have low costs money from your deposits so they can make the loan cheaper. So now it's my prediction. Shen that banks will come back in this game figure out how to give better technology. Intestinal spirits us all of this new each day. And then you're much more affordable because they're gonNA see it was credit worthy and who's not it could be a virtual virtuous cycle because maybe they'd have fewer losses and give you your home even more cheaply. I hope so because while I think that folks like fun box and cabbage they really provide immediate. Answer it's easy to get that capital of course pay pal. All these people are doing this. It is quite expensive money and I think for for small business owners don't have good cash flow. It almost becomes a vicious cycle for them and they can't get out of these loans. I worry a lot about how expensive loans and that's why. I really hope that the playing field will open up now and banks will come back in because imagined the community nitty banker. Who knows you really well? Now they could have a small business dashboard. which has all of your cash flow projections uh-huh and oh by the way you could have the same dashboard yourself? And he would say to you you know or she would say to you. You are preapproved for seven thousand dollars. Absolutely because I can see you could pay but look how the discussion about whether you should take fourteen thousand and maybe open up next door and now you're having a conversation but the relationship banker and it's almost back to the olden days when you really got advice as well as money so maybe I'm an optimist but that would be my vision of what I call small business. Utopia you'd have a dashboard with pre-approved button in a relationship with your banker that allows you to manage

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Explainer 181: Brexit: will it ever end?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:23 min | 1 year ago

Explainer 181: Brexit: will it ever end?

"The british people have voted to leave the european union and the will must be respected. It was not a decision that was taken lightly. Blink not least because so many things were said by so many different organizations about the significance of this decision. If anyone is still keeping ping score it is now one thousand one hundred and sixty eight days since a narrow majority of what was then the british electorate primarily the non london in english electorate voted to take the united kingdom out of the european union as we go to where it is fifty six days until the u._k. Is due to actually leave the e._u. Having missed a couple of deadlines already there is something undeniably opposite in the current prime minister boris johnson being a former journalist. It is not too late to save pretzel boris. Johnson's government had a working majority she just about thanks to the expensive acquiescence of the democratic unionist party of northern ireland on tuesday that waifish advantage vanished when philip levy conservative member bracknell defected to the liberal democrats. I wish i wish i wish i followed later you too in the week by former labor and independent group m._p. Luciana berger. It's not impossible that by the time you listen to this jo swinson might be running the country and kyle the prime minister what advice she has for women across the country on how to deal with those men who think they could we do a better job are not prepared to do the actual work none of which it turned out made much difference to the week's crucial votes in the house of commons as we learned a number of conservative m._p.'s also oppose not deal brexit enough to vote against their own prime minister and in so doing prompt their prime minister to expel them from the conservative benches. It says everything you need to know about the polarizing effects of brexit that these rebels now outcasts were comprised of the mildest characters on the tory side of the house including former chancellors philip hammond and ken clock and cynical assumes the grandson of winston churchill. I want to make clear that i've always believed the referendum. Results must be honored and indeed. I voted for the withdrawal agreement on every occasion is is being presented to the highest which is more than can be said for my right on the front of the prime minister the leader of the highest and all the members of the cabinet who ciro disloyalty has been such an inspiration to so many any of this to speak. These punishments were followed by the resignation of m._p. Joe johnson the brother of boris johnson. If we are take boris johnson at his word and there is mountainous evidence that this is a hazardous course he still wants a withdrawal deal but wishes to keep the no deal option shen in play as a negotiating ploy this makes on the face of it since it is rarely wise to limit your options in such circumstances although the no deal brexit strategy is not so much a threat to walk out of the rug shop as a threat to shoot yourself in both feet and then sort of bleed all over the stuff while screaming but parliament seems reasonably enough to believe that i know deal brexit which is the present legal default bolt is not a risk worth running. The obvious resolution to the impasse would be a general election but the u._k. Appears now to find itself in the curious position of having a prime minister who wants a general election but says he doesn't squaring off against positionally who doesn't want to general election and says does as we wanted an action photographing is the appeal of an early election suggested date is october. Fifteenth is clear enough to johnson the plan would be to win a mandate condemn the labor party to to further disarray use a majority to pass some sort of withdrawal agreement and claim a great triumph and even if it doesn't work out quite like vast he'd still it'll be prime minister until at least two thousand twenty four. It's just as easy to see why johnson wouldn't want an election just after a new deal brexit especially if it's as bad the government's own projections predict people deprived of food and medicines unlikely to behave gratefully at the ballot box but due to the arcana no no of the u._k.'s fixed term parliament act it is not possible for johnson to simply cold and election. He requires an amount of cooperation from the opposition who do not seem inclined to give it at least not yet on wednesday night. Labor voted against johnson's motion for a general election lead jeremy corbyn corbin said that the bill blocking a no deal brexit would need to become law. I the offer the election. Today is a bit like the offer of an apple to snow white in the wicked queen because what he's offering is an apple or even election but the poison of ano- dale said an election in october still seems is likely the not the large bets on the result would be ill advised the u. K. you may have noticed is in a strange mood on the basis that the usual usual foam with brexit has been whatever is the most ridiculous theoretical outcome is probably what will actually happen. Another hung parliament causing another election within in six months seems a decent punt and or an amount of comic justice may be at hand the key underpinning of boris johnson's korea in public. Life is his hotly debatable conviction of his own destiny as some churchillian colossus it would be something if the shambles he did so much orchestrate ashes him into the footnotes and pub quizzes as britain's briefest prime minister while we're keeping score of things he's still seventy six days short <music>. I'm andrew miller <music>.

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New Zealand, Pacific Ocean And Chile discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

01:22 min | 1 year ago

New Zealand, Pacific Ocean And Chile discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

"Nature's most beautiful cycles takes its next step today with a total solar eclipse the moon will line up between earth and the sun blocking the sun from view the total eclipse will be visible only from a narrow path it begins east of New Zealand crosses the Pacific Ocean then sweeps across Chile and Argentina totality when the sun is completely hidden from view will last up to four and a half minutes the eclipse is part of a cycle call Ciro's one twenty seven it began in the year nine ninety one and will end in twenty four fifty two percent rose is a series of alignments of three different cycles of the moon the cycles overlap every eighteen years eleven days and eight hours creating a new eclipse the details of each succeeding eclipse in a cirrhosis or similar the moon is about the same distance from earth for example and the eclipses happen at the same time of year because of the extra eight hours though each one takes place a third of the way around earth from the previous one so the next eclipse in this cycle will slide across Australia a cycle begins with a partial eclipse with each following eclipse the moon covers more of the seller desk picking with dozens of total eclipses

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 Swanson, Freeman go back-to-back as Braves beat Giants 9-2

KNBR Tonight with Drew Hoffar & Kevin Frandsen

04:58 min | 1 year ago

Swanson, Freeman go back-to-back as Braves beat Giants 9-2

"Asking, I'm going to take you to the next couple hours talking. Giants baseball talking about this game tonight in which the giants lost nine two two nine run seven hit Ciro runs. Sarah errors for the Atlanta Braves too runs six hits one era for the giants Atlanta, Braves winning their twenty seventh game while the giants lost their twenty seven game tough night. Some margin came out pitch beautifully in the first inning. And mostly all his woes in the last couple of starts was in the first inning. You have a hit, but he thought he threw the ball real well and then the second thing that just didn't start off. Right. He went. See when three oh Austin Riley, and then he got a walk from him. He battled back mechanically strikes out and then the ball back to him in which the shift was on longoria was playing more shortstop and no one covers second base. And of course, he threw it, and no one was there. So it kind of screwed up that whole inning and ended up Joyce getting a base hit. And then the pitcher freed ended up getting a ground ball another run. But then it really bottomed out. He struck out Kuna and the pitch was a split finger kind of touched the front of the plate bounce Stover Posey for awhile pitch. And then a home run ball, Swanson and Freeman and literally that was the whole game. And it really came down to a plane which they had to shift on most of the time. Pitchers will look back and know what guys covering the bag and I just don't remember him doing it. Usually see the pitcher point to the guy that's covering then see that. And I don't know. That was a screw up or the shift kinda turned on him after he went to the stretch, but that cost them and mental mistake again. And the giants couldn't catch up, of course. Holland comes in and seventh inning he bottomed out. But again another mental mistake, there Crawford could've turned a double play Salona was lake covering a bag and it only got one out. And of course another home run by a Riley at really opened a game up and, and that pretty much cost them the game with nine runs. So tough game a tough night. But another outstanding pitcher in this young Braves bulbous starting rotation max freed and the bullpen was lights out after that was sore sec Winkler and Tomlin. And they just couldn't catch up too much of a hole in what the giants bats as they are right now. Of free just dynamic game. A young left handed pitcher, threw the ball real. Well, six innings. Four hits only gave up two earned runs. Two walks five ks but going into the last couple of starts that he threw threw very well against Milwaukee six innings to hits northern runs and got the win on that game. And then against Arizona, he went five innings nine hits, three earned runs got the win, and that, so that's three win straight for max free. And that was his seventh win on the year. So they land of race command, take the two out of three and one more game tomorrow, Madison. Bumgarner taken the hill at twelve forty five start Kevin gauze men against him. And Madison's been throwing the ball extremely well, but a lot of powerful right hand hitters in this lineup. The Braves have and just a tough night at the ballpark after the second inning. When you look at some Marga what he did after that second. Any really calm down just through. The ball extremely well after that. He went six innings only giving up for hits two of them were home runs all runs were unearned as the Arabic cost that and it could have been an easy, an ending, right there. He's the kind of double play ball and who knows what would have happened these things happen in a game. And it happened so quickly. And the next thing back to back home runs. And you saw his eyes look out to center field, and he was confused. He he was upset, but coming back after that second and third inning at a nice clean inning for thinning and he pitched well after that, but the damage was done. And when you fall behind like that it's tough to tough to catch up and freed or is this one of the top pitchers? We saw sirocco throw on Monday and these two guys are lights out young talent on the Braves, and you're seeing this come to fashion, as we see the Braves and the Braves are, are definitely battling every day. And the key is, is. The C you know how much they can do damage when they're in the east chasing Philadelphia right now. They're only game and a half out something to look at as the Atlanta Braves of filter through San Francisco right now. And, and watch them. See if they have enough strength to

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Ciro Ramaphosa, South Africa And Jacob Zuma discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Ciro Ramaphosa, South Africa And Jacob Zuma discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"On the eighth of may on Wednesday. It's general elections in South Africa. And you know, we know who is going to win. It's going to be Ciro Ramaphosa from the ANC. But the interesting thing to look is the trend because of course, is the six election post-apartheid, and in the last election did get less votes in the democratic allies did a little bit better as well. And now we have also kind of a far left group, which is also doing very well. So I wonder when we'll South Africa Baretti to have someone that is not from a in power. But from what I can see Ciro his is a fairly moderate is very different from someone like Jacob Zuma. I'll be very curious to see I know he's going to win. But by how much if you've got only half of the vote like fifty percent actually would be a bad result for the NC which is more used to have about sixty five percent of the vote. So yeah, any such a relevant country salve Africa. They'll be lot of interesting

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"ciro" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"ciro" Discussed on Double Toasted

"So it's shows mister glass committing all these acts of terrorism says one in Mexico as a couple of other ones in different parts of the world. Right. Yeah. But isn't a kind of convenient that the superhero would be in the same town. He's in Philadelphia in just kind of like, peer luck happenstance type of thing. I mean, I mean. Try to these things all over the world and the one that land guy down the street. Like, that's what counts man, they tend to be convenient. I guess that's the thing. It's like the as he says like, you know, typically the hero and the villain were lifelong friends and they've known each other for a while. Weird guy that his mind their friends. I think at the end they're just before the revelation considers Elijah friend I had and so on that's why when his final reaction to it's like chice Christ. Like the one thing that he established that brought him out of that made him whole unbreakable. Finally was thing that also broke him again. Yeah. Which again is so tragic I love that. So yeah. I mean, is it convenient shirt, but it still works incredibly well. And the other thing also bring up to that moment when the sun realize when the father pushes the papers, like I'm the hero in the kid starts crying. I think it's such a beautiful moment. You know, we don't really see that many super. We don't really see like a father son dynamic Ciro movies, and that kind of way again, that's what makes it stand out. So unique to me. So I love all this entire thing. When fights the Orangemen with all to the sun, and then on the reveal of Elijah, it's even though you can see it now. It's like, wow, this is so obvious it still works. Yeah. At that point. I was like up. Here comes. I didn't know exactly what he did buy new. You had you had the knowledge that you know, Mr. the villain in glass. I really didn't. Okay. I said Mr. glass was a character. Just the same way. I didn't know that Bruce Willis was unbreakable. The movie was about him. I didn't know all I knew that. He was fragile. That's I didn't know you go. I didn't know that. He was a mastermind I didn't know that part of him underestimate the master. But even then, but I told you the time he said, that's your kryptonite. That's when I know that was the moment the same thing same thing. But different. Yeah. So that's when I knew I was the whole movie thing in the whole yelling back in the day. People did not realize that rose Tam seem any super films. Right. But you know, what I'm gonna let you start with the review. You know, what I watch this movie? Again, it really just made me appreciate everything. Again. It's still ahead of its time. It's total deconstruction superhero tale. The performances are fantastic. I mean Jackson's craters the villain. This is probably one of the last time Bruce will actually gave a shit. In a role. Colleague. He is how broken he is. You know, he took this material. Seriously. I think because of his relationship with 'em night on the six cents. How many this my all it? So it was so refreshing to see BRUCE'S actual Carrigan. Yeah. I like a lot of supporting cast members to I think that kid is really great in the ROY. I think with his father's really good now in some criticisms. I think some of the camera works a little wonky. But for the most part that doesn't happen too often list for the wife is I think explore just enough. It's more of a background thing thinking at his character. But overall, I still think brilliant, it's probably my favorite movies, which there's only two two. This one and six, okay. Which again, I think is one of the few coast poor films. Actually, like, I do not like movies really really boring that one this is just really creepy ineffective in PG thirteen and if great performances, so this is the same thing. No, I love this movie in the more. I think about I was thinking I'm going to a high full price. But as looking all these scenes talking about this issue appreciation for the complex genre. This is better than sex, man. Yeah. That feeling. You're I liked it. It made me cry. It..

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"ciro" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"ciro" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"Or Wiegel your toes or feel your touch your leg or something that attention goes into the body. And then your body is a little bit more alive than when you want to have sex, for instance, you don't go from Ciro being totally numb two hundred which orgasm, you're ready at like forty fifty sixty and with that extra aliveness, you'll also be able to bridge the gap from, you know, get should them to date nights. Because that's hard to do when you have a busy life. You have to complete the turn your tension around and some background pleasure. Like on the way home when you're on the computer every so often stop little rituals that like what you just did. With rain yourself with something drinking a Cup of tea. Having a bowl under your foot while working that's one a little kick. No. Yeah. Crazy is that how much tension is the. So you can was very very very simple easy steps. Keep your body sensually engaged in the life. Essential oils. You know, flavored water what whatever it is. Then gives you that feeling of oh. In my head and the shooter. Yeah. I'd love that us really good. Because we talked about the energy distribution. I wanted to talk about on your men's retreats like 'cause we focused much on, you know, females like what we could do. What is it like to lead these male retreats, and what are some of the learnings from this? And how could we engage men more to the as interested in this as we are? Great question. Yes. Very good question. Well, one of the things that I think is important to understand that this is a very broad statement. But it's one of those black and white statements that needs to be filled in with a lot of different shades. But most men are not as interested in relationship as most women. That's just not. Yeah. And that's not necessarily a bad thing. Because when you look at, you know, your relationship, I don't know anything about it by perfect and amazing. So I'm pretty sure you wouldn't want to be with a guy who sits home everyday just waiting for you, puke. And then when you come home he's like how was your day? What can we do? I missed you know, I made you a cake. And now, I'm sitting here waiting for you. And what can I do? What can we do in? That would be. Traumatic dramatic is actually the perfect. That would be awesome. Right. You wouldn't want that you want come home and find and how that make nor me? But have a life. I have a knife and have something to do an of something to be passionate about and shake some ass in his chosen field. And that's what makes them interesting. Very few women go, oh, you know, there's some women, but very few women would prefer the incredibly dumb. But very good looking surf. Oh, boy to the incredibly smart and very accomplished vich man who is not quite as good looking at because the money, by the way, it's not the money in itself. It's the capacity to get things done that's translated into money. That's if children with one of the two, which one are you going to have children with so that that's just good sense. Yeah. A Chinese orphan boy is nice for roll in the hay. But Chinese sofa boys. Not with whom you want to combine yourself for marriage and children. So. Unless of course, you're so high powered that you need the relief of shiny surfable. But that's a different story, then because then you're just minding your own business and having an accessory. Yeah. Which is fine. And I know women like that who are very happy. But if you want a guy to have a life and a career and the purpose you don't want him to be that engaged with relationships. But what you do want is that when he is available. He's actually available. Meaning he has opened available time when it's time to have that time, and that's a really important distinction to make when working with men is that men have very different values for most men when.

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The case of Carlton Heard

Serial

01:57 min | 2 years ago

The case of Carlton Heard

"Plus court fees, which she has to pay because she put guilty. She was convicted. If the state had dropped the charger, she'd gone to trial. In one, these fees would disappear. I showed them to Ross to ask if he could explain the itemize list, fourteen different fees, some with names that suggested deep respect for catchall accounting, reparations county operations court, special projects fund something called ad fee. Russ had no idea what the stuff was. Laughing. Oh, my that's steep is what it is. Anna, who's the court? A total of seven hundred eighty four dollars and fifty cents on top of the five hundred. She paid the bondsman rusted. There's a way he can petition the court to waive the fees Vanna campaign, but she doesn't ask them to. He doesn't offer technically is not her lawyer anymore. List of fees was surprised to Anna to have you seen this before this number? Now? Did you know about all these fees? No. No. I mean, I plan to pay it. I'm just, you know. Do you have a job? No. I just lost my job. So I don't know. Just crazy. Rianne getting hungry, Sarah. She's pregnant. She just found out. She's happy about it hoping for a girl a month later, and it was working at McDonalds, her online account with the court. Meanwhile has turned red indicating that the county clerk has handed over the Bill to the attorney general's office for collection all this for an m for disorderly. Felony. Judge I was talking to for a different story in the series told me he was thinking of giving a defendant serious time what's serious time I asked explained well to someone with common sense, even one day in jail is devastating life changing to someone who's got no common sense. Maybe they do three years. Five years means nothing go right back out, commit more crimes. I knew any men punishment is relative what it takes to teach you a lesson depends on what you're used to, but there was more disturbing implication as well when that prowls this courthouse and throughout our criminal Justice system that we are not like them. The ones we arrest and punish the ones with the stink. They're slightly different species with senses, dulled and toughened. They don't feel pain or sorrow, or joy, or freedom or the loss of freedom. The same way you are. I would this little case for the state of Ohio wasn't little for Anna. In our interview, she couldn't bring herself to watch the bar surveillance video of that night. It was too upsetting. She teared up a couple of times thinking about what a horrible year at had been, and she blamed herself. She'd been stupid to go to a bar like that. She said the people she didn't trust. Anna doesn't have money. She doesn't have a stable job. She's really young, just twenty one. And I didn't feel the stress and outrage and shame of this case less than I would have. I think she felt it more. Before Annas final day in court, when she ended up taking the plea russet had only one interaction with the judge. Regarding Anna's case, he was summoned to her chambers Bakar bailiff who told us that judge Clancy had a question for him. Ross waited around for twenty minutes. Finally, the bail of came out and just related the question out of curiosity, the judge would like to know was the defendant in this case related to a county judge had recently retired. Same last name. Rest whole debate live now no relation. Russell me this almost a year after it happened. What if the answer had been? Yes. And it was related to the retired judge. Oh, said Russ, it would have been dismissed if they've found out she was a judge's knees or related in some way. I don't think she would have been charged. That how it works in Cleveland next time on Syria. Serials produced by Julie Snyder Emmanuel, Joe cheap, Ben Calhoun, and me with additional reporting by easiest goski editing on this episode from IRA glass, Brian Reid, Khanna Joffe walled, Nancy, Updike. Whitney Dangerfield is our digital editor research. In fact, checking by Ben falen sound design and mixed by stone Alson music clearance by Anthony. Roman Seth land is our director of operations. ZipRecruiter ads voiced by Stephanie food. Ciro staff includes Emily Khandan, Julie Whitaker, Cassie, Halley, and Francis Swanson. Our music is by Adam Dorn and how Wilner with additional music from Matt McGinley. Our theme song is by Nick Thorburn and remixed by Adam Dorn special. Thanks to Dana Chavis, rich Auras, Amy Callaghan, Lisa Knoller Bennett. Epstein, Alex Kotla, wits, and Steve bogere who spent a year in the Cook County courthouse in Chicago. He wrote a great book about it called courtroom. Throw to that book is the inspiration for the season. We also wanna thank the judges in staff at the cuyahoga county court of Common Pleas. Also everyone. Over at the county prosecutor's office and at the cuyahoga county public defender's office. Finally, the art on our website was made by melody nukem. She created the mural for this episode and by moth studio, who do the animation, please check it out on our website, serial podcast dot org. That serial podcast dot org were also, of course on Facebook and Twitter support for serial comes from ZipRecruiter. Unlike many job sites, ZipRecruiter doesn't wait for candidates to find you. ZipRecruiter finds them for you, so you get qualified candidates fast, try it free at ZipRecruiter, dot com. Slash cereal. That's ZipRecruiter, dot com. Slash cereal, cereal production of this American life and WBZ Chicago.

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In The Cage And Out, Tyron Woodley Refuses To Play The UFC's Game

Jon Marks and Ike Reese

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

In The Cage And Out, Tyron Woodley Refuses To Play The UFC's Game

"That I didn't get coaching. Oh my gosh. Second hour of the program at on Twitter official on

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Airport security trays carry more germs than toilets, study finds

KNX Programming

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Airport security trays carry more germs than toilets, study finds

"Through a lot of security when we're at the airport. But there's one thing the TSA can't protect us from. It's happened to most of us you head to the airport and not only do you. Catch your flight. You also catch a cold or worse. A new study by the journal of BMC infectious diseases found that those airport security trace carry more coal germs than toilets. Sumati Krishna is director of infection control for dignity health, medical centers. She says the problem at airports is so intense because so many people are so close together. And you don't have a bathroom close enough that you can get up. Go wash your hands frequently the germs and the security trays are pretty disgusting. Influenza a virus traces of rhinovirus add to that bacteria that is commonly found in the

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"ciro" Discussed on IoT inc

IoT inc

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"ciro" Discussed on IoT inc

"So we've got a certification process by each device will have a class Ciro one, two, three, basically defining the the radio capabilities that the device has. So if you do a pool, antenna design, for instance, then you shouldn't expect miracles, but we'll tell you how to improve on that intended assign. So if you want to do. Let's say as me don't that will be installed on a, let's say, a water pipe underground, then you better have a good intended design. So it's very important to work with the people with the whole ecosystem of systems integrators and make sure that they all design a good devices so that they can connect correctly to the network. Okay. Okay. No, that makes sense. In hardest one to finish off on the power consumption. What are the characteristics? I mean, I I would assume it's a little bit less because of the ban with, but maybe I'm wrong because of the the distance that is travelling. So I think that's a, you know, one of the most important things about l. p. w. I think if you look at, you know, daler into him, they they can't serve a lot of applications, and it's mainly because of the power and the in the battery. I think in what both sick FOX and Laura and even n wave and others in the in the l. p. w. space is they the architect it, you know a technology, but also that the protocol. So I think you need to much different, say protocol to optimize for for low power. Our chips are very low power. You know, the technology which is used in the in the chips on both sick FOX, and and Laura is kind of optimized for for low power. But I think more importantly, the protocols that are being used are optimized for for low power, and that's what's gonna really. I think the able to allow the l. p. w. technologies to access, you know, much higher volumes and applications then could be targeted with with sailor to him in Thomas. When you go to the using the the lower powered, let's say protocols, and I think what that means is simplified protocol said, what are you trading. Offer that like with the, for example, LT would be maybe the opposite of that. When you're establishing a direct connection, what would you be trading off using the lower power protocols versus say, and LT protocol for setup?.

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"ciro" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show

Everyman Podcast Show

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"ciro" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show

"Said to him would understand with each other or when I, you know, I have this weird road paranoia where, like three days into it, I sort freaking out about shin stop, drinking, Mark. Forget I got arrested and insufferable with that, and we'll Brian really do anything. He just sleeps. But I really want I really wanted to name all of our imperfections. But Brian's biggest and perfection is that you ask him a question. He goes. That's the most frustrating thing about you. I wanna get mad at you for a valid reason, but I don't have exactly. On time when the road was Ciro in a demon. Hell you're gonna get along with zero, bro, fine. We just don't have to politics. It's only void I get along with the. You wanna go on the road with people that you enjoy. Do you guys have any favorite comedy groups? Comedy groups yet. 'cause doesn't Adam Sandler and people like that? They they not. They have their own film shit like happy Gilmour get your own crew together like a group, but that's not comedy. I would have to. In that case, I would have to say the deadbeats comedy, which is I haven't met all of them, but you know my the main two guys that I know JC relevant bumped eras word, dear dear fog in front of mine. And then they got a was a Kurt that the Alabama their, their whole much. They got into their crew and then row, Patrick, Cunningham, Trey, Trey, Brown, I guess, won't Damien of one of us, so I, but it. But is it better to be a group as comedians or independently? What do you got? What's your perspective on that? I think her group, but I mean, just just break. I'm not trying to fight, but. Like I feel like you're stronger numbers. We do obviously shows together, but out of all of us, I'm heading way harder than his name is is us now too, but I'm out almost yet Ryan's the only way more than both. He's fallen low like, hey, man, we all their, it's good. It's mainly the Bill, but but as a group, you guys feel it's more beneficial than at the end of the day I would. I would say for us, it's pretty beneficial, but here's the thing about be import of a crew or the way the that we. Part of a crew, but that doesn't mean that we can't take independent gig. We do that all the time. One of the main parts of the guideline of the crew is that while we try to help each other out, we're also not gonna keep each other down by saying, you know, if Brian gets gig in Naples ago, can we get on it and they go, no, he's not going to deny, you know, down or anything like that. We actually encouraged him to take it right. She got supportive of one another together or not because we could be filled as we want to be, and I enjoy that. But I think the challenge is making fifty euro Republicans laugh, and that's my. That's the whole goal. These people don't fuck Nomi. They probably wouldn't like we'd acid XY mushrooms, cocaine. I do a lot of shit. Probably don't hang out in that group, but I made you laugh. That's cool. Can anyone be generate. Can I join your group? What does it take to beat joined the gel another? Can't. It's kinda like the rod where, yeah, you gotta four..

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"ciro" Discussed on Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"ciro" Discussed on Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

"How is your drink? Are we on. Good. I like it. What did you make her? I don't know if it has a name voice said name at that. If it doesn't. It looks very similar to what you made me on the fourth of July. I don't remember when they wanted July really. There was it was a tequila. I don't know. I don't think so because I think I told you, I hate to Keila 'cause I do. Yeah, I don't remember. I had vodka. I felt he goes pink though. Yeah, could have been the same one. I don't know. I know that this is got cranberry juice and pink. Lemonade do is very, very lemonade. Strawberry lemonade. There's a big difference between strawberry lemonade and pink lemonade. I agree. What do you think makes it's just pink pink? Yeah. It's just like it's minute maid. Pink pink lemonade doesn't taste like strawberries. Yeah, it's kind of been. What is heart like pink lemonade tastes like this Charrier? No, maybe like food coloring. What else is pink, maybe. Reuss Burs you think it's like a myriad of red flavored berries. Now, I think its strawberries not cosstalk does as we like it. Strawberry lemonade is sweet. What's the bottle? Okay. Well, the bottle says strawberry lemonade. That's what I'm saying. Not pink lemon pink. Lemonade s the only reason why I'm being like weird combative about this. Yes. X show. Okay. You want to do to Sarah starting. She only listens to one podcast by the way. Is that true? And this is the only podcast that I listen to every episode. Yes. On the rag. Ciro high wind, biggest fair FT. We owe it to hurt a lot her to the honors starting. Can you do it? Do you know how to do it bro? We well brandy. This, this is mine. One. Personalized Belge today. Here's mine. All right. It's good. I don't have one. She's got a classic. I got a weird. Let me get like a bell. Don't break my glass. You can't do that the whole time. Why don't you know why don't you just use my app and you can pick out why don't you? We'll Who'll bell. bell that funnier own guys because I'm working the board here. That's better. All right. I'll live live with that. All right. How's the great interests here? Thank you so much. We've been waiting for Sarah to come on the podcast for a while. This is exciting. Yeah, I'm a little nervous about it. You know, not really feel great about it. Do you my house? I always love our podcast in my house. I just like feel good energy. Why don't we ever go do it in my house. 'cause you live in like bump, fuck Egypt, east Nashville, which. Teepees Nashville deep. It's cute. I like it. Thanks on. Good vibes. Oh, I was talking about now is always your house's really cute to essential is cute. It's just far it's all across the river, and then he had to go like twenty more minutes. It's far, but I live in a much more normal part national than you do now. I live right downtown basically, south Rona five minutes. No, it takes longer than math. I guess this is a stupid conversation I share because his car doesn't drive. We talk about my call right now. Is that the car you're taken LA? Do you want to get into this? I am very asset. Okay. Limit is get your opinion on this because Sarah's already heard this story. So I went and got a roof rack installed on my truck for the drive out to LA. So I dropped it off at the four wheel place in Nashville cannon. We were in Mexico when it was getting done. So they call me. Like in the middle of this whole thing, and they're like, hey, we dropped the rack on the top, your car, it shipped the paint. We gotta take it to a guy to get a fix now, and I was like, okay, I don't whatever. Just make sure it looks like how it did before. You know we like to no cost to you, and I'm like, yeah, no shit. This also like you adjust got in your car. Repainting giant painted. I'm like, yeah. Okay, that's fine..

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"ciro" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"ciro" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

"All health thing go you know anyway so thanks for calling about neil per thanks for telling us about the the book i appreciate that buddy have a great day guys how you to take care five tonight one seven five tonight one okay so a couple of things first of all you know we have asked it matt coming up if you have any problem with any digital device afternoons at two o'clock do you bring it at five hundred one zero one seven i just got the finger from mike was the index finger pointing it to me no not that one not what president bush said it's like someone waving at you with but not all the fingers i thought you were pointing to me like you wanted something okay thumbs up i don't know he glasses on marco you have such small hands i couldn't tell god i hope they can salt that listing at some point he's gonna play this and say so what does it show starts like i dunno listening yesterday that was much better all righty so all day this is just just just a question you can text us well at five tonight one zero one seven five two nine one one seven and and it's this just very simple wilmington councilman ciro atoms thinks that finance director patrick carter should leave office because in a in a public meeting a public hearing it was a budget hearing ciro who does have his cpa licence he is a cpa asked if anyone in the finance department has occurred cpa licence carter said i do adams asked are you currently licensed in the state of delaware already and and carter said his license should be current as of this year so on record now it's important to atoms because atoms says that the parliament of finances messing some things up the not processing cash receipts timely they're not reconciling accounts in a timely fashion and the outside auditor says they have material weaknesses which probably leads to misstated financial statements in other words the officers running badly it's being run poorly and he's asking is anyone there a cpa knows this stuff and and the director of the finance department.

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"ciro" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"ciro" Discussed on First Things First

"Ciro trista tear we can't talk about the teams to be in the east without mentioning the cavs raptors and sixers and we can't call this the six or segment if we don't focus on the sixers so let's do that they've won fourteenth straight currently the three seed in the eastern conference first time they've won fifty games since two thousand one sarah any chance the sixers could make the finals in the east i have solutely sorry not make these commerce finals make the nba finals out still going to say absolutely and i think if they could make the conference finals i want to make sure the audience knows the question we're asking that's one of the cavs teaming up on you know without a doubt and i think one of the most impressive things that we've seen now out of this team is the way in which they've been able to play without joel embiid and i think it speaks to their versity in they could play fast they can play slow they can play in all different ways you wanna go big you wanna go small this team has a lot of pieces i know the one thing in the one knock against them which of course they don't have as playoff experience because of their youth but they do have some players who bring that type of veteran experience and this team is a whole continues to impress me because they are peaking at the right time of the season share the ball so well seeing own the city the lack of sharing the basketball philadelphia has been doing that they share the basketball they have shooters the one area of concern for me with them has been turnovers and they've led the league in most turnovers throughout the duration of the entire season and that has improved drastically over the last fourteen games during.

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Day care teacher diagnosed with flesh-eating bacteria loses foot

Chad Alexander

02:19 min | 3 years ago

Day care teacher diagnosed with flesh-eating bacteria loses foot

"For the love of wing water the if you amen within stokes who lucid live or realm a world that dina radiocom i just i just i just think jimmy kimmel's fake like he's fake is fate could be and i guess that's why out of all of them i just feel like it's he's just super fake you know i'm just i don't even know i just i mean i i just that's how we got to start the slobby horn dogs second banana but what are you know anyway we've lied to get into let's kick it into some it's time for data's quick five okay ciro this article i read this last night so whenever you hear about people contracting flesheating bacteria it's always like they were in lake some they were were brackish water was which i think is a pretty vague definition brackish water right okay so get this this daycare teacher had his foot amputated after a blister just a regular a blister on his heel turned out to be flesheating bacteria that could have killed throw araya's of houston when to a clinic after what he thought was a blister on his foot and they said nope that's flesheating bacteria and we have to hurry of a country would off because we can't contain it it could have gotten in his blood which would have killed of in short order so he got the he's living and he's fine now but they had to cut his foot off and they said it was flesheating bacteria and he's like i have no idea how i got this he's like i have i don't they said it could have happened or an ingrown toenail at loo cut anything like that because they're like we weren't anywhere by brackish water so where is this stuff at that's like the big i mean thankfully he's okay big golly they're like we weren't in any brackish water i mean how does that even happened right like and said can we instead of focusing on i dunno i feel like we're folk with met it we need to be able to have r d into how like antibiotics that can combat does lake super bacteria right that's terrifying isn't that terrifying he was just doing his.

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"ciro" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"ciro" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Have a single thing to do with it there are three hundred million gums in america and you're not gonna get rid of all of them and the crazies who get a you think the the crazies the way to stop them is to keep them from getting guns what let's stop the illegals from crossing the border we don't want to do that let's stop abortions we can't stop these things we have to deal with them and come up with solutions as they exist not sit here and wish they weren't happy wo a job at that point is you know yeah this hide that were living under were there gun river workers gun violence everywhere we've got mass murderers happening why don't i mean as american of the founding fathers were progressive they fought against injustice and things up a wrong in their time now it's our turn could be the founders to go in all of this problem and if that means no more gun then so be it if if we have to worry about you know where's where's the next year will cop that's gonna come pbs the cool you know this this guy that this coward they didn't go to the kids a week's bekhti to hire ciro we got a higher growth every time is changing society for the better now i agree that um you know armed guards in school now would be a good thing because we've got so many guns out there but longterm do we need all these guns i mean really the are fifteen is the platform for military style it's not it's see that is avoiding the reality do we need all these do we need all these people on welfare do we need all these illegal immigrants whether we do or not we've got.

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"ciro" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"ciro" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Ciro god joann at of laws is right here on seven twenty wgn can we all agree um now i don't think we can i think we have equal thomas on what he's got his shot before the topics even percent it's shut heard ally to'delay we all agree that this is the worst day of the year weatherwise we've had of the season we've had so far from gone and recently say yes it was really bad travelling yes it's a monday not fun it's uh it's still nowhere in that the first two weeks of february are still as dangerous as the last two weeks of january terms weather central and two thousand eleven blizzard was in february right you can get day asia's right around my birthday you get out it was 'cause i remember driving hamam had good says dangerous there was a week before they were whatever two weeks it doesn't matter is celebrating yet and nerves in the month any woman ovalles got anywhere the point is that this is the day and i just wanna tell you is it look at me look at i'm like i'm i'm as the optimistic here gee i that this is the time of year these next two weeks we get thrown through the auto show starts this weekend right yes and out there get done with agassi down with valentine's day and all the autonomous downsides age said that such an unromantic away it all the.

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"ciro" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"ciro" Discussed on WCHS

"The man jesus yes i am in ciro di made gladness said jesus marcy and soon tim zero nice in the end ask jesus malaysian who failure jesus gene says in are the glory as gay jesus gene skin and law the still yes jesus two.

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"ciro" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"ciro" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"An interview or i guess but it's a sort of interesting in terms of how it ties in two to what nikki haley and donald trump has been saying this it seems a little cynical so i mean basically it seems sort i mean it's certainly counter to what they are pushing for i don't know if it's cynical adjust the outer ciro palestine rang not pro era right right considering we're we're really now and a bunch of other hundreds of thrown into with us for about having the the embassy in jerusalem and i really down the road a little bit eight yeah i guess it what he wants this is the guy mean i don't dislike scott persons did a good job i don't see how you point to his record as being a good job if you if you take the plane around the world the bunch of times while in office and is not nuclear war is that a good job because the find a job in syria not a good job in libya nautica job fighting isis nautica job with iran times it obama i like almost directly undercut john kerry is trying to get things done so i don't know if it's sad all i know is uh anyway i have the sale the united nations we were pretty much out of the building this by ourselves the united states has every cuts to be against us and these very interesting i said you know we could fit visit dollars to these it amounts to hundreds of millions and sometimes into the billions for certain countries in the vote how this guy to be in forgive me i'm not even commenting on trump and i did they do like telling the extra rumpled they said they said listen that he came on earlier on to cnn and they said.

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"ciro" Discussed on FBE Podcast

FBE Podcast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"ciro" Discussed on FBE Podcast

"Geno ciro subscribers and i was watching you guys and who was the time of like kassim g n ray with him john that time you know in like five rose was like wow this requires show in ah i i was watching little like keeps reactor that time in and teenagers react in youtubers react in is exactly what not i will say and i was always like i know i'll know i'm a you to her evaluation if i ever appear in this and it was really cool and also like to these scorer is savas linda was saying i discovered a lot of trains include staff through you guys when we come to his shows for example sullivan so that's the thing that is always so mindblowing for me and rafy we we hear that and we were told that a lot and even though it's been many years and i've heard that allied still very humbling hearing that because the us you know it we're just were we granted we run into all this but we are youtubers the idea of like the thing that we make is the right of passage for other youtubers is never really computes and especially 'cause when we first started the show we really thought it was going to be a a a special knowing relentless there's no way people aren't going to back that that the that youtubers who are super busy are going to spend give us their time to do this all the time some maybe will do this occasionally because that's the way they have to film it it's like this impossible thing there ought to be will come in the same day and like all these different things and.

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"ciro" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"ciro" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Ciro di marzio lee gary and shannon now the president taking in some football this evening and go into the national championship was it bama georgia yup five o'clock hour time but there may be some demonstrators kind of feel like this much ado about nothing atlanta braves the end up alesi peas urging people wear white to the game bring white towels to waive when the president enters the stadium many people are going for a football game not go in for a a politics message right as the national championship let me just a you first of all you not going to see the president entered the game i mean like he's going to come out onto the field and then make his way up to the box is going to show up in the box that they're going to show mom tv for anybody to even notice them but if he walks into the if he walks into mercedes benz stadium and you've got seventy thousand people they're all waving white flags what do you think he's going to think that it's a protest or its suburbs the it doesn't make you did jacksonville game everyone had a white towel they waved it the whole game uh i i don't understand this i don't think it's going to be uh very large i just wouldn't think so he knows it's and it's the national championship what have you possessor mike pence and stays for like a quarter and then when i did checked the president's scheduled today yeah and according to the official white house scheduled in again this is not as it's not the topsecret version it's just a couple of things i mean he has to stop in nashville where i think he talks the american farm bureau um and then goes to the game at talks about where he's going to land in what time is going to show up to the stadium but it does not have a time for him to depart so i think it's probably at that point south to the president aegis goes okay guys i'm ready murder gullit's there's nothing to see here is just an award you know old sec matchup who cares the other story.

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"ciro" Discussed on On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"ciro" Discussed on On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

"Ciro route at livni seesawed tough emit amid thriller i'll slaughter meme miss salt did you in fact deep though not the loose on us you'll are seventy sector to have often met together feel africom o give us that we take good goldman sunday lomo mustafa spd mounted on donald with good luck capacity thus they knew they thought this softfruit defcon 1 won't tied the loss they really take one other are no sick tunnel offered messner mr trump flop on this shut food some domestic palamo another kuantan the upon embiid put border as thought the northeast tip your portfolio the study looked at the mit reits like like i i belong belong to submit he come out look there's a physical day said this about the output malati sit there lemond necessay mrs states have missile threat rule tung before forsmark or look though semitic upper limit he come on attempt was hope look at these of this oh shucks separatists fronts surfers source course as long as set a lot of louisville what dumpling you'd see out participants the caller i'll send you mullah get dunlop jet to elect up tv take these muddied two kilos leapt at photos will lamont who felt they did it among us who is not sure the effort to keep the pawsox get that trick to put put flesh the mall what the nazis caused up on may jet puke casilda capulet declared to topple guy licked up out pissarro say let's see just north of certain large at best slippery last visit are super that the white house good i'm empty thought unique divide at this steeply that the white house could you won't schooler.

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"ciro" Discussed on On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"ciro" Discussed on On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

"Ciro route at livni seesawed tough emit amid thriller i'll slaughter meme miss salt did you in fact deep though not the loose on us you'll are seventy sector to have often met together feel africom o give us that we take good goldman sunday lomo mustafa spd mounted on donald with good luck capacity thus they knew they thought this softfruit defcon 1 won't tied the loss they really take one other are no sick tunnel offered messner mr trump flop on this shut food some domestic palamo another kuantan the upon embiid put border as thought the northeast tip your portfolio the study looked at the mit reits like like i i belong belong to submit he come out look there's a physical day said this about the output malati sit there lemond necessay mrs states have missile threat rule tung before forsmark or look though semitic upper limit he come on attempt was hope look at these of this oh shucks separatists fronts surfers source course as long as set a lot of louisville what dumpling you'd see out participants the caller i'll send you mullah get dunlop jet to elect up tv take these muddied two kilos leapt at photos will lamont who felt they did it among us who is not sure the effort to keep the pawsox get that trick to put put flesh the mall what the nazis caused up on may jet puke casilda capulet declared to topple guy licked up out pissarro say let's see just north of certain large at best slippery last visit are super that the white house good i'm empty thought unique divide at this steeply that the white house could you won't schooler.

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"ciro" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"ciro" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"We were on the wrong path before all you have to do is take a look if you look over the last twenty five years through numerous administrations we were on a path to a very big problem a problem like to this world has never seen the right path right now believe me ciro corker is certainly entitled to his opinion but not entitled to his own facts and the fact is this president has been a an incredibly strong leader on foreign policy and national security and he's been a leader on this front and i think that's been seen in demonstrated time and time again since he took office joe there's there's other weird narrative thing were steve bannon called for bob corker to resign and of course workers that in the cabinet using elected united states senator sarah sanders was asked whether or not bob corker should resign and she agree with steve bannon she said well leave that to the people of tennessee as if he should step aside for criticising the press in the united states it is real it is so bizarre these people that occupy the white house in steve bannon who used to be the president's top strategist actually would would would fit more comfortably and feel more comfortably working for regime and turkey or russia they they believe and loyalty tests they don't understand the separation of powers they don't understand the constitution of the united states drafted by a man who by the way was fivefoot foot four five foot five they don't understand actually that bob corker is doing the honorable thing by actually doing his job and sarah huckabee sanders how rich to say that bob corker is entitled whose opinion but not entitled to his own facts when the white house is of course.

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"ciro" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"ciro" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Ciro seven three three three nine six six ninety red eye we've got some what's coming up if you want to get him we will get your calls and comments and and uh the the best part is as i said earlier we you and i probably could talk about we're straight on it but we'll get to the calls 'cause i'm sure a lot of calls were bring up anything that we we have uncovered as of yet but will cover and so we'll get to all of it uh th the other thing was the interesting point what's and this was a great point that i think resonates with a lot of people and you know marco rubio came out and said of all the leaks of all the leaks the one thing that was never leaked ever from last july was at the president or the president elect was never under investigation in all that time of all the hundreds of leaks that the media went with it was never leaked once the dumb well trump was never under investigation hm you sit there and you think back in you say okay make sense bill clinton's dancer was wake again when he does blowing were my experience with the whole gang of eight thing as is i i learned that they run a tight ship apparently not a lot of other stuff that got out was will hold points right while is getting out all over the place and that didn't get out that he was never under and back then had to be kept topsecret yeah think about that that's the thing that it be get no the president is not under investigation we can't let anybody novak right what right at six six ninety red eye here's your forecast while strong winds and very low humidity will oh create dangerous.

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