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"So just because they're not thinking about it in that particular moment, they've still prepared themselves for that time crunch when it happens. Now you've immersed yourself in the world of existentialism. How has it changed your life? It has changed my life a lot. Existentialism came into my life. Actually, from an unusual place, I was studying for an MBA. I had learned philosophy in my undergraduate degree, but it was a very analytical philosophy course, so it didn't grab me then. Yeah, in my MBA, I started hearing about Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de beauvoir and heidegger. And I was blown away. I was like, wow, what is this? And it seems to me that they were asking similar questions as I was about life. In particular, how much freedom should you give up to be with another person? I was in a relationship and, you know, navigating choices to be with another person and navigating my career. And especially Simone de beauvoir, really resonated with me at that time because it's exactly what she talked about in the second sex that women in particular are set off on this path, especially geared towards having children and a family and having their career take a back seat to their partners. And I found myself on a similar kind of trajectory. And beauvoir's philosophy helped me reflect on this situation and understand that it wasn't an authentic choice. I knew there was something not right about it, but I didn't have the language or the framework to think through those decisions I was making and so yeah, but what was philosophy really, really resonated with me at that time that I had all these questions. Sky cleary, thank you very much. Thank you, Nigel. For more philosophy bytes go to WWW dot philosophy bytes dot com. You can also find details there a philosophy by its books and how to support us.
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"Resilience and being cautious are much more important than rebellion for many people because their lives depend on not risking any more that they already do. And beauvoir's point was that, well, yeah, that's fair enough, but if you're privileged, you are responsible for clearing oppression for yourself and others. And if you respect freedom for yourself, then you must respect it for others. I wonder if what both are saying is a little bit like Socrates approach to the question of how we should live, I mean, he's famously said, at least according to Plato, that the unexamined life isn't worth living for a human being. It's okay for cattle, but human beings can reflect on their lives, a stage on from that, reflection is deciding which choices are your own choices and which things are really imposed from outside, and actually Socrates modeled a kind of authenticity where he wasn't prepared to go along with what people expected of him, they became quite an eccentric, rebellious, figure, even to the point of taking the hemlock when he probably didn't need to. Yeah, I would say through boulevard's framework that he would be an authentic person. And one of the really important parts of all of our perspective was both authenticity is that we question ourselves. We question our desires and we question these bonds and restrictions that are holding us back from living fully and stretching ourselves into an open future. Always looking for possibilities is a really important part of buwa waz authenticity. I can hear in your voice you're excited by these ideas and existentialism is an exciting liberating philosophical framework, but at its heart is this notion that we actually genuinely are free, and that is the kind of core belief of existentialism, the French existentialism of Sartre, bova, particularly, but lots of people don't feel that they're free, and lots of science seems to suggest we're probably a lot less free than would be convenient for an existentialist. You're right, it's an assumption of existentialism, free will is an assumption.
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"So she didn't get married herself, was she saying, in her choices, that this is authentic for her not to get married then. Yeah, it was authentic for her. And what I particularly admire about the choices that she did make was that there was a huge amount of pressure for her to get married and settle down, but she pushed back against that. And even before she met her lifelong partner, Jean-Paul Sartre, she decided that she was going to question all the expectations placed on her. And she chose otherwise and she thought that those choices to choose not marriage, for example, or to make choices other than what's expected of us, is a core part of authenticity. Where do you think this authenticity comes from? It's not as if her choice to be single in her particular way came from nowhere. Yeah, and so this is what makes bourbon's idea of authenticity a little bit different. Is that there isn't some kind of jewel at the heart of our being, some kind of blueprint that we just need to dig deep and uncover, rather bois understanding is a much more existential view in that we don't just have freedom that we are freedom. And where the sum of our actions certainly, so we are what we do, but we're also our intentions and goals. And so what that also means is that we are free and at the core of our being is free will and we should be able to have the options to choose against what's expected of us. That's really interesting what you said in that answer that it's not as if you look within yourself and find a blueprint, because often when people talk about authenticity, they describe this as being true to yourself, as if introspection will reveal what yourself really, really believes as if there's a little book in there somewhere that has the ideal story of your life and then you read from that book and then apply it to the world.
"cleary" Discussed on Philosophy Bites
"The French existentialist Simone de beauvoir thought a lot about authenticity. But what did she mean for an act to be authentic? What does it mean to choose authentically? These are questions that the philosopher sky cleary has chosen freely and authentically to investigate. It's quite clear welcome to philosophy bytes. Thank you, Nigel. Thanks for having me. The topic we're going to focus on today is authenticity. I wonder if you could just begin by saying what you mean by authenticity. Yeah, I see authenticity as a person creating an authentic life. And I'm coming at it from Simone de beauvoir's perspective and she defines it as the process of creating your essence. Okay, so essence in common parlance means the thing at the very heart of something. Is that what you mean by essence? I do, but I mean something slightly different. From an existential perspective, existence precedes essence, meaning that we exist first, we're thrown into the world. There are facts of our lives that we can't change. And it's not that there's an essence inside of us, rather essence is something that we create. And so authenticity is a process of figuring out how to create that essence. How we can transcend the facts of our lives. How we can express our freedom and actively become who we choose to be. So you choose what you are, even though you are thrown into existence you just find yourself existing, there's a sense in which everything after that is a self creation. Exactly. The existential philosophers acknowledge that we can't choose everything about our lives, and there are certain facts of our lives, what they call facticity. And authenticity is the process of figuring out what are the facts of our existence, what can't we change, but also looking for that window of freedom where we can make choices about our lives.
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"People are looking against moore signed hard. Sec do are. They gonna launch at futures products. He sent futures in passing. Or i saw on his legal notepads future. So it's going to be a future. Saying i think the bigger issue is the congress is going to have to figure this out and until we're just gonna see a lot of derivative type products and others but i think it will happen. There's two things that will drive. Bipartisan success on this issue is one of the united states wants to remain the preeminent location of capital for both domestic and foreign investors so. I think that's something that both parties can get behind and to. If there's a way taxable revenue can be derived from it. It's a lot easier to tax crypto owners than hardworking people of the middle class. And so. I think there's plenty of incentives from this to happen. But i'm not optimistic. See something in twenty twenty two with direct hong bitcoin or cricket. I've had three comments on this. That i take a little bit of pride in i mean as listeners know consistently wrong all the time so this isn't me taking a victory lap however i did say in twenty thirteen and i said i don't think bitcoin. Etf coming to market. Anyone wanna take this wager will better sushi dinner dinner over it. I like sushi known. Take the bat. Try to re up at every year since there's never been once so i'm eight years in second. I mentioned before he did it. But i said i'm surprised. No one who's a huge crypto bull hasn't as loaded up their corporate balance sheet with bitcoin defacto becoming a bitcoin security. And now you see. Michael sailor do it. And then lastly you saw that. Bitcoin mutual fund come to market i. I don't think that is really garnered any assets though which is a little surprising to me but i would be surprised if the way that it came to market was not through a conversion to try to get ahead of the actual approval thing the futures and or fun to fund related models. One that makes it or what he thinks. The right structure that comes out. I think futures. Is i mean you have public so you talk to the mark makers smart maker said look i just you know. Publicly disseminated price to make market. Would you have and futures allows for derivatives of products that are tough to purchase directly. So i think that is a viable path. So my money would be my sushi. Norma would be on the futures launch. But i'm going to say i'm gonna take you up on i think it's going to be futures. Ut in twenty twenty three thou god twenty twenty three. You just kept over. Twenty twenty two. Yeah lordy now poker player map my goodness with regulators everyday man a. We've kind of glossed over this a couple times. I wanted to touch on briefly. What role is the lead market maker play. I feel like there's some consistent topics we educate investors on one is obviously if you're a big advisor. How onscreen liquidity doesn't translate to actual liquidity. Just call your desk can place orders fifty one hundred five hundred million if you want. It's usually not a problem. That's a big one were consistently talking about and listeners. I don't want to get into it. But if you wanna talk about it hit up alpha architect crew and happy to educate you. How's the role of the elementary changed over the years. How do you guys think about him. Zero warm happy relationship. What's the general takeaways on that topic. Sure i'd say the elham is he. Most underappreciated overlooked aspects of the t.f. Valuing and i think anybody launched any jeff any shop that you partner with launch needs. I'll tell you what he's already taxed. We are religious with working closely with elements. I know you guys are as well. Alums are the muscle court. Part that i chain and the reason why is when you launch her products. Yes you have the regulatory teas but you also need the fact of the sponsor in the marketplace. It's going to make markets in your. Etf nobody else wants to you. That's what an elementary job is anonymous. Basically putting her hand in the and says when the dogs the dow fund launches of two. And and there's three shares traded today we're going to be there making markets and maintaining reasonably tight spreads their credit alabama's so the big wall street banks. Hey being them. They want to be able to sit on the sidelines. Get in when it's opportunistic. Stay on the bench when it's not so nobody likes being alim but that several in the past people would fight to be an element why because easiest for few and far between and the funds that were launching. Were these large vanguard type juggernauts that you were relatively confident that when vanguard launched a domestic equity. It's yeah it was going to have several billion in it in day. One and there's gonna be ample opportunity to make best for two thousand twenty one now. You're seeing all these bespoke boutique. Ats come out and you really have to convince aluminium that there's going to be a viable business by there for them to participate so for us. Now we address at risk. And i think others as well is i know how simple but you have to get on. The phone is to call these people and yet to listen to what their concerns are and what they need to maintain a viable market for retail investors and sounds revolutionary. Like so many people. Just got my phone longevity. Sec improving marketing. Who's my own. i don't care. It's not my problem anymore and they don't pay attention. That is not wise. So what we do. Is we try to understand. Okay here's the bassett composition. Here's what we're planning to hold how we maintain tight spreads. What's the best way to kind of make sure that retail investors were getting a fair shake and they're all getting active participation by you so that's kind of how we've you album relationships in. I mean i know how stupid united states like talk to people and understand what their pain points are and for example if you're holding. International securities and domestic securities anger holding a south korean stock so south korea is a nightmare to trade and they don't allow exchanging of securities. You have to deal in all cash. There's always problems. So if you call alum and say hey instead of holding samsung. That's trading in south korea on kospi. Why don't we call the samsung agr in the united states. That's gonna be great for them. They're going to be warling participate during the spread titan. So that's just an example. Where where are the trade offs you can make in your portfolio that help amplify margaret participation..
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"An accredited investor warnings so. Yeah it's definitely something bad. The sec's looking more closely at end. The industry folks like us are trying. We have to demonstrate best efforts to comply with the security loss. And you can't just sit on your hands and say well and ex providers are exempts. We're not gonna do anything i think. That's a very received preached to room. I think so much of what we do in our world also comes down to intention and how much of it is like your clearly trying to be deceptive or is it like an honest effort. We reported a couple funds to sec and look. I love the sec. Like you mentioned. I think they're overwhelmed and under staff. I think their job is probably one of the hardest jobs on the planet but to where we saw on one case a firm marketing quote real track record for like twenty years or something that they converted to a public fund and it raised billion dollars. And you guys know if you spend enough time with data and markets like what's possible and what's not and with a ninety nine percent probability can eliminate something is impossible and if it was possible would be a fifty billion dollar fund not something that's at twenty million it just it doesn't check the smell tasks and still see a fair amount of those that actually make it to the light of day so it's good to see that they're interested in that so how does portnoy away with this. He came on the scene in what seemed to me like a pretty questionable marketing strategy. Where he was and still is. I don't know. I haven't followed it really talking up the buzz. Etf what's the story with that. Is that been squash as he still doing that. I haven't really followed along. That is a slow motion. Train wreck misreport. Ni- appreciate you adding pain and misery to everybody in our industry. But think that buzzy t. s youtube bad. You should definitely check it out. Talk about using a loophole to promote a security. That gets the gold. So what happened there. So i how is somebody definitely check out the video but somebody allowed to basically pump the performance of a back test while marketing security while they were very smart very well trained lawyers advise on this ad and if you watch the ad and listen to the audio the word. Etf is not said by days. The word etf is dubbed in by third party. So the first thing he did was when dave portnoy talking about the buzz index. They named it the same as etf. Which i would argue very high risk. I don't recommend you do but then they dubbed in the word. ats for index. And had somebody else say it. So mr portland. Technically not saying btf which is absurd. Like that is just the most ridiculous of of the rolled-over so that's how he did it whether or not you think it's right or not it certainly got the attention of regulators and that was basically followed up with finra saying we are now going to do a suite of all social media influencers. They should have just crossed it out and said deport people like him. That are doing these types of things so as long as like regulatory regimes are like a barge. It's gonna take them a while to turn in kinda gone a different direction but that is starting to happen right because it seems so absurd even if he's not talking about the atf. That somehow this person can promote the index. That has the exact same name as the t.f. But you can't promote the ti. Like that is a loophole. That seems like it is months or quarters away from no longer existing. I always say the sec. Eventually gets things right on these decisions. That you t.f. Rule is a great example. Sometimes it takes a portnoy to shine the light on and say oh wait. This is clearly not in the best interest of investors to be able to do this one. I wanted to mention just so pack and explain it like we all know this but it'd be unclear we're talking about. Is that difference between just pure innovator. That doesn't want to get regulated by anybody and then like a sub advisor but you can also do a hybrid approach rican run an index also be leisures nasty adviser. It may be packed and talked to why someone might want to go that route. Because it's not like an index all bad per se some people there's benefits to time we said look people love rules-based quantitative processes along investors. Like that. so you can do that and you can register and you can either stay passive and just say come hell or high water. This is our of this what we do or you can be active but have a quantitative rules based methodology senior perspectives. And the benefit. There is defense really. Hit the fan. You can as an active manager pivot. Say you have an index and then the cova crisis happens if you want to go all cash or if you want to. Allocate equities for markets at the bottom that active gives you a little bit of flexibility whereas the index. You really have to just follow those rules. But pluses point. You can be a regulated in x. provider no problem and it also gives you more adds journalist writer. Now you can actually talk about the security view regulated. You can solicitations directly. You can also run different distribution channels for your index met. I'm sure you've had this happen a lot. Where you may be talking about your funds or or one of your ideas and some says. Hey i'm not interested in a fun. But i'm interested in can mad some of my or can you do a mass free. If you're registered you can do that. You can take that opportunity so definitely still on swallowed a pain pill. There's people help you just register the socks but it's better than the alternatives. I think a topic of discussion again people in their head i think they think index they think low cost and low taxes and active high-cost had taxes. That's totally been destroyed. As a general category. I think it's still true with the mutual fund world but a big potential problem if you are an index provider which is why we are active and do the indexes in house as sort of actively manage index is in this depends on the index. You don't have to. But if you clearly disclose the index methodology to the point where you get big and can get front run. It becomes a very real problem for the fun because it could be a big cost and in some categories. It's only a few basis points but in some it's percentage points while we're on the topic. Sec mike guess is the status quo will continue which is mutual fund. Companies can just converting. Etf's do you think the sec will ever say you know what it's odd that this one structure has big tax advantages in this other. Doesn't maybe we'll just equalize the to and say a mutual funds get the same tax. Treatment is e. t. apps or what your happy our guests here. I think it's just going to stay. The course the reason. Why is that the taxation pieces at treasury issue the treasury issue is settled statute at this point the nineteen forty act has governed.
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"That's it's pretty tough so there used to be an advantage to being an index. Etf which was a tax benefit which went away a year or two ago or three years ago. I don't even remember at this point. So are now on a more equal ground. Do guide people in one way or the other. you say. Look just being active fund. And don't deal with it. Or do you say no life easier for hunters it totally case dependent and then like what percentage kind of white label do they end up on one side or the other i would say we steer people to act for the reasons i just laid out. I knew being an ex provider unless you want to build a business. You're just taking a shortcut that you make up for later on. Because of the key thing about an index provider is you can't directly promote the security and when we talk about getting from zero to fifty million and nobody cares about your fun but you who the hell is going to promote security this guy who you and interesting. Well i chant promote the security. Now it makes it really tough. We've also found that the industries we worked with in the past really struggle with figuring out a concrete distribution plan without being able to talk about details. There's been a weird sort of state of affairs that i imagine as you talk about. Sec is probably gonna get increasingly. Magnifying glass microscope bonn. Which is the ability to talk about an index. All over social media all over. Tv all over everything and also back tested returns of the index which perspectives marketing material. Everything but then not the actual. Etf it seems like the weirdest loophole and seems wrong. Is that the right word. Like i'm not trying to offend all my index fund providers. but it seems dislocation. Are they getting increasingly interested in that. Or is that part of this whole story. That you're weaving yeah. I think it's definitely something. They're looking at the three words that should scare any index provider are facts and circumstances and that is the test that the sec is going use to determine if you are promoting security without registration so if the facts and circumstances solicit your back tested sample if you have that back test prominently displayed in. You can very easily access the etf website that promotes a security that you have an economic interest in those fastened. Circumstances are not in your favor. So as an index provider things you think about our if i have a proprietary index that is also being used any jeff. What are the compliance firewalls of protocols. I'm proactively putting in place to not be perceived as marketing security. And this is where i think people at the right mentality that a good offense is a good defense. You do not have to have a compliance program and index provider. Guess.
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"cleary" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show
"Therefore you are one entity in the is the r s. So i find a lot of family offices comedy. You have conversation with an org chart to say. Look how diverse we are. We got this trust and that trust in this thing this foundation mobile but the end of the day. Who's pulling the strings. Daddy is and because daddy's home trains. It's one person. How much can the aggregate family owned. I believe it's eighty percent. That's where you run in hard invest rules but there's lower thresholds as well so if you own twenty five percent or more you have to disclose that in the essay. I have to put in a bunch of disclosures as soon as you tell a high net worth person are you okay with your trust name. Or whatever being listed public novak's we're not interested right so yeah twenty. Five percent is disclosure and then eighty percent is just the heart investment. People run once a year twenty five percent of in fact five percent. Ideally was where you get listed and an affiliate of font some in business site yeah would keep talking to people is if you could somehow heard the cats you get four or family offices all with the hundred million dollars and they all can somehow agree to the general ethos investment philosophy. It's got diversified ownership. Like all of this is technically plausible. It just hasn't happened yet. Herding cats is hard but hang whenever showers out. This you call us up. It will help get it done. So most of the people that come to you for sorta the etf architect white label what is their actual obligations so samman advisor. I'm in la. A. got one hundred million dollars. I wanna cannibalize into my alpha juice strategy. That buys was it. Dogs the dow names am i. Technically sub advisor was the sec. Gonna be hammering me every day. What's mine relationship. What am i obligations. What do i do or do. I just have to rebound once a year and subpoena cloud. 'as sure great question and a stiffer models up map so there's no one size fits also i'll give you like the spectrum of options depending on before so some folks they don't want to register. They are comfortable not pumping their security not marketing it and they run a passive quantitative rules based strategy. That's an ex- provider. We can get into that. That's basically you're on your index. You only market your index. Those your obligations. So that's one then you have white label platforms where they provide the board of trustees. So it's a rent a wreck. They provide the board of trustees and use the funds. Sponsor are an adviser on that platform. So you're actually going to board meetings and presenting your compliance program your reporting to the trustees and your activity you're doing the trading and execution or you're hiring sub advisor to do the trading on solution under behalf but that's a much more say heavy lift option that some people like our approach is a little different we basically say most people that one launch each. Yes do not want to rebalance. Etf do not wanna vote proxies or they wanna tell us how proxies they do not want to be involved today back office crap that we deal fontaine basis in that model we stay as the advisor to trust so we're the ones reporting to the trust preparing the board books journalist. The fund sponsor is. Let's call a non-discretionary sub advisor and so what that means is the sponsor is sipping gina. Coladas sending us a spreadsheet and we take care of everything else and then we help them. Craft like custom compliance program that complies program basically has a lot of parts removed from it best execution. How do you select a broker for your traits. That's not my problem. That's the advisers problem. Easy if architect. How do you vote. Proxies please refer to alvar or etf architects brosse billing process. Because that's not my problem so it just depends on like there's two dimensions you kind of have to consider when you look at launching. Etf what's my active versus passive lands. And then how. Much control versus convenience to i want control freak and i want to really be in the event fake being adviser and report to board. If you wanna just run your idea which i think seventy five to eighty five percent of advisors just wanna run the idea governor non-discretionary sub advisor out and just focused on selling. You just liberated your mind to focus on again where we've been saying. It's the most important distribution being advisors jain norms pain in the ass so listeners. I don't know why anyone would ever want to do that. But you hit on. Something that i think is important. That is muddied in cloudy. And has changed over the years and more in has actual real implications that i think most don't understand which is what the hell's index fund what is active versus passive mean. And how does that translate into. What are the obligations and roles of that decision. So let's just talk about government regulation in general we are governed by the nineteen forty act. Then just kind of underscores how lethargic regulations can catch up to reality using about like house congress regulating crypto house congress regulating these things and it just underscores out. There is such a disconnect between what the markets do in practice and what the original law was designed for and to be clear. What we're talking about is not some acronym nineteen forty. That's the year nineteen forty which is almost one hundred years ago. Yeah the rule that i asked to be smart on and follow was written when my grandfather was too young to court so an inex- provider in the past these were broad-based market indices that follow very generic exposures. Everybody knows that's five hundred so the standard and poor's forms index company and they create these indices. And then they license them to fund managers like us and we basically say okay. We're gonna charge s. p. five hundred. Etf fifteen dips and we're gonna pay the licensing fee of five we're gannett. That's how index providers were supposed to work. Now the sec saw. This may said great these entities this sap group over here this dow jones groups. This nasdaq group. They're providing financial services. They're providing financial advice. We want to regulate them. And what happened was sap and nasdaq met your. Nobody likes being an adviser. So these guys gave the sec..
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"cleary" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show
"Farm. Are you ready for an edge. Visit the idea farm dot com to learn more. What's up everybody today. We're back with a show. Topic is the landscape of the etf space thought. We'd invite some friends to share what they're seeing. This topic is up your alley. Feel free to go back and listen to episode two fifty eight which was a deep dive on launching an etf with our guest in today's episode. We start with a high level view. The space in wise one of our guests says we're in the hockey stick phase of growth. We review how to launch a fun. The cost doing so what types of ideas were great or not so great within the atf. Structure then we discuss the recent mutual fund to etf conversion flood active funds index funds. And of course we couldn't finish the episode without getting some predictions on when the first bitcoin. Etf will launch. Please enjoy today's episode with alpha architects west gray and patrick cleary less pat. Welcome to the show. Thanks driving around listeners. We have west gray. Who should be familiar to everyone. He is a multiple time alumni. You've been on two three times wes. I thanked shower. This might be third. Maybe four through knows people aren't getting sick of you yet. Pat is a favor show virgin. And it's good to have you both on today because we're gonna go as deep as we can as deep as possible on. Etf's for all the questions. We get a gazillion times. That would be really interesting as well. But i we started. Where are you guys. World headquarters pennsylvania. Puerto rico in artika. I own global headquarters of farc attack in palmas del mar for rico pat. I'm in the puerto rico. The norris known as well you just came back from crested few which all be in colorado in a little bit west hauser surf game. You started checking out ren cone and the bio luminescent bays of the east shore. I haven't for some reason. I came for rico now. I work two times as much. I just stare out the window here on what happened. Man too many people in a launch. Etf's i guess. But one of these days i will be surfing fishing and golfing. I'll come down for a due. Diligence trip will organize that berry. Hopefully for the fall time before we get started. We are bumping up against your annual march for the fallen. Why don't you give the listeners. Who haven't been a brief overview. I've been it's awesome experience all around. You has used to do it in the springtime right yet so this year we're going september twenty fifth. That'd be i live event in a couple years. 'cause covadonga share the got. The barracks lockdown got the chow role in the twenty miles of fun and entertainment is still there waiting for us to go out and march for the fallen. So you're going to be there right map. Let me add first of all. It's not twenty miles because west makes everyone walking extra mile to dinner afterwards on saturday. So it's technically twenty nine miles and then if you're smart like mad you end up finding an uber back from the pub so you don't have to make it thirty but it's an awesome time really wonderful experience with a ton of great people. I have a potential conflict. I for the longest time on the top of my bucket list to go see. Music is pearl jam. Who have never seen. And i keep getting sidetracked. Because when they were playing. I've been set up to see them a few times and some sort of intervening force always comes and stops it from happening so pandemic for the last year before that on and on anyway. They're playing that weekend in san diego but they just announced a second weekend of shows so of course as you know me. I don't even have a ticket yet so to the extent i can get a ticket. We'll see if we can wrangled together. But i love it fun time. Although the dude that i slept next to was the biggest snor- i've ever heard in my life. Oh my god what was. His name wasn't philbrick right. No isn't philbrick. I mean there's a lot of like fond memories. We have the those guys brought a full like coffee. Bar of french press and espresso and five in the morning never. It was what i should highlight. That like opposites twenty miles but the intent is everyone has their own personal summit in. It's all about mark for the fallen in represent for gold star families so we always joke. It's strenuous but except people wanna do a lighter version. They don't want to sleep. In the barracks there is a hotel. That's cheap and local. Don't scare too many people off either point that out. What was your burpee promise this year. I think i saw chrome across twitter. I'm gonna try to do it. I'm just going to try to fifty burpee every mile. Just mix it up a little bit represents. I've been trying to do the math on that. That's a lot of irvy's this alive. It's fourteen hundred burke's ways. I gotta get some gloves practice. The highlight of my trip. Was i remember being in the airport on the way out with corey and i had found whatever airport sort of local rural airport. It was had a massage chair in the airport. And i sat in the massage chair for probably two hours. Just totally not giving anyone else. That came up. I just have like those a pool table stack of quarters that i just sat there was so sore. I think i did that. She came out a few years ago and they used to have massage parlor at the in there. I think she said she finished Therapy masseuse lady for like same thing. Like three hours just wouldn't move eventually. They're like bam. We opened the supper other people missing. Yeah all right. so let's talk about. Etf guys. We got a lot to get into most listeners. Familiar with what. Y'all do the business for longest time has been fairy research driven. You guys put out a ton of content. You have a pretty awesome module on the website. That has a lot of advisor related tools. That are pretty awesome. You guys manage your own funds and now you have a extremely fast growing white label business. Give us a little more in depth overview of what you guys are up to the folks you have working on this and then we'll dive deep into the industry here. I'll give the quick nickel tour. Essentially what happened is we realized that trying to sell concentrated factor funds at bounced around the market acquire twenty year horizon super educated. Investors is pretty difficult and it's a niece segment but it turns out everyone and their sister once launched an etf.
The Daily Meditation Podcast
"cleary" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast
"This is episode two thousand three hundred and seventy one of the daily meditation. Podcast i'm mary medically and i welcome you to day three of our series on single tasking for more peace and clarity in today's episode. You're going to be guided as you do. One of the most powerful ways to instantly calm your mind and body and that is a breathing technique as going to help you single task. Single tasking is the opposite of multitasking. And we're following along this week with the book by james cleary titled atomic habits. I encourage you to download this book on audible or read it because it is powerful as you focus on that one thing. That is your challenge this week focusing on one thing you want to change in your life or maybe you want to initiate or maybe it's something you wanna stop doing. Maybe some destructive pattern or addiction that you're suffering from you are ready to give up whatever. It is your challenge. This week is every day to focus on that one thing and ask yourself two questions. What can you do to let go of the distractions and things that get in the way of you accomplishing this. One thing. second question is what can you do to create more space to allow this one thing to happen in your life. One of the best ways to do that is to give yourself permission to slow down in fact that is the affirmation for the week. I give myself permission to slow down when you slow down your able to pinpoint how to accomplish. What it is you seek to do. And as james cleary shares in his book that is often improving different areas of your life by one percent. These small incremental improvements. Add up..
Point of Inquiry
"cleary" Discussed on Point of Inquiry
"Was how we create ourselves. Or how we create our essence and humans on our free to shoot. At least they should be free to create their essence in than a meaningful answer. Especially philosophies like simone. Dubois would very much pushing back on oppressive systems. was focusing on women and how women what channels into your specific roles of often Marriage maternity having having babies and ends on an often some people were also expected to work and so women took on a lot more of the button and so they were they. Social arose can written out for for many people not just women in advance and also because they were expected to go out and not to to paid work. You're often relieved of responsibility for the family. But that we're pushing back on these roles that were saying this is what you have to do. This is how you have to conform to society. And you know that doesn't work for everybody and a good life is one in which we can flourish in which we can choose which roles to take on so that's the existential perspective. A lotta those roles are prescribed by religious traditions. Yeah absolutely ends is some some of the existential philosophies were religious like kick a god. Gabrielle muscle The most popular existential philosophy jumbles Were very much atheist but really what they were. Focusing on. was this walls in saying. Why are we focusing on. Another walls are not life after this win win way here. We're here in the now like let's look at what we can do to make this life. Good not devalue this life in in favor of light one that may or may not exist and so in fact existentialism Actually isn't necessarily in conflict with some religions because for example kid god was a christian existential philosopher and he said. Yeah you know you could go round being hedonist. Like like don don. Giovanni he uses light sauce. Don giovanni you around and sleeps with new two thousand women in recalled names in little black book. And he's like yeah. Sure you can live a life like that like berry libertine But that's not a very meaningful life. And basically you're skimming over the top of existence lancaster stone skimming across the top of water in like one day you're gonna realize that that's a really frivolous and childlike existence. And so what we need to do to. So i can reach for a more meaningful. Life is acknowledged that we're part of a society and not exploit out the people And he ultimately led to religion because he basically said that this is katie. Got basically said. Will you know if there is no given meaning in life and christianity promises happiness in. Why not shoes the meaning of life to be christianity. So that was his choice. That was his existential late. But of course that opens it up to say wolf. If you can make a date existential choice commitment to creating meaning in in your life why late to religion you know why not lead to something like a humanism or whatever it is so we shouldn't we be able to create meaning in life ourselves so i certainly focused on social justice in things like that meaning is interesting because still so many people seem to think that meaning comes from outside so you often especially most famously poverty. Tolstoy for instance. There's no god then it's all down to shit like what is the point. Meaning that that the implying that the meaning of our life has to come from outside source particularly on that side conscious source you know somebody who creates you and love on that sort of stuff and honestly since it was akita actually never understood this but but today now that i'm a scientist philosophy is it. That's just crazy. Obviously meaning a human construction meaning doesn't exist outside of the universe the universe just is it's not that it is because of a certain reason it is because of certain processes which we try to understand but meaning is not out their meaning is internal to human experience. Which means that you can't even fat- build meaning find meaning in your life by building it by discovering. The certain things are for your not good for you at that doesn't mean by the way the anything goes if you notice. There's no entry in the book about relativism a- about moral relativism because we don't really believe that anything goes. We believe that several things go. I don't think that's guy for instance would make the claim that exit centralism is the philosophy that really gives you a meaningful unhappy life in. Certainly i would make that claim on behalf of stoicism but i do make the claim that stoicism existential secular humanism and other philosophies are different and yet in fact surprisingly related surprisingly similar paths to a meaningful human life that also very very bad past that i definitely not endorse or not not suggested people. There's no such thing as a virtuous fastest for instance. That's that's an oxymoron. Yeah i mean the people who are talking about the there's no meaning without..
Point of Inquiry
"cleary" Discussed on Point of Inquiry
"Oh everybody welcome to another episode of point of inquiry. I'm your host. Jim underdown founded kinda funny. How people are so impressed with their own. Religion worldview or philosophy because most people are just born into a they actually don't shop around and evaluate all the other world views philosophies and religions out there and of course many people make a change at some point in their lives. I spent the first ten years of my life as a catholic. I hate it and sunday school when they would say it's a mystery. I'm not here for mysteries people anyway. For those who are considering a change in their religion or philosophy or worldview or just like to learn about what other people think and believe. I stumbled across a great book to have a look at. It's called to live a good life and it's edited by massimo sky cleary and daniel kaufmann. It's a fifteen chapter primer on ancient philosophies from the east and west religious traditions and modern philosophies each chapter is written by a different author. now. I don't normally get whipped up about this kind of thing but i bought nine copies of this book to send around a different people on today's point of inquiry. I'll speak to two of the editors massimo pill. Eugene skied clearing massimo pill. Yuki is professor of philosophy at city college of new york and a fellow of the committee for skeptical inquiry. His books include nonsense on stilts outta tell science from bunk answers for aristotle how science and philosophy can lead us to a more meaningful life and the stoic guide to a happy life. Sky cleary teaches at columbia university barnard college and also.
"cleary" Discussed on Nightline
"Covered by an fbi agent of that stationed in that particular country. Cleary did not respond to abc. News is request for comment is extremely important. Despite the fact that he may be in another country to continue to place the case in front of the public here many times fugitives make the mistake of using some sort of network that connects them to. Let's say a friend if that person comes forward because they are aware that he is wanted in the united states in nick. Reach out to solve this eight hundred number or this flyer who i should call. That's been eight years since.
Unhinged and Bumbled up
"cleary" Discussed on Unhinged and Bumbled up
"In a way that respects yourself respect your boundaries are leaves you feeling absolutely awesome and not getting completely trashed by five points Right i'm glad you pales there any any other gender onto the at fox before we like to cover everybody. We'll see that but festival star would love island. Because i feel that we have to talk about. It is my favorite show with a tv. So we're recording this on wednesday so only two episodes list seems extremely excited about this not say much. Now tell me your best faults love it. So i'm My tv and obviously let's just be directors absolute trash by obviously fucking not moving. Feel that we need to be up front about all i just makes. He said. Happy the sun the soundtrack. The nonsense just makes me laugh. I just like on the stakeouts plants six weeks on dom the people the the tabs realistic standards the jarrell interaction on the inevitably route the toxic relationships yet the whole thing. I'm just for when the girls working out and the guys will. Oh yeah oh go sit down and watch what the then the khloe think name as she comes down and say she's the one the oil washed than this combined x. Monday so yeah we behind. It's gonna change anyway. Yeah yeah because the one that like married man. If i remember rightly you make me warranty willow. Cleary clarity is quite tall. I found last night quite. Do you know to to be fair. Walk i think is that is never interesting until you get to know the people on once you get to know the people you're invested in them you care what happens right now. It's just the latest strangers but honestly trust may give a couple of weeks you.
"cleary" Discussed on Animal Radio
"Over at brilliant pad dot com. Check out animal. Radio highlights all the good stuff without the bla-bla-bla rows on over to animal radio dot pet. How cool is that. You can get doctor. Debbie's advice today without getting the cold. She has because you'll be on the phone with her hundreds of miles away and all of us in the studio will be sick next week. Poor girl well. You're around a lot of people but you've got a little head cold today. Is that what's happening. Yeah just a little cold slash combo of allergies. So you know. I feel like one of those poor kitties. That comes into my office with a congested nose. And it's a breeze and we're all sitting going. Yeah they can't eat because they can't smell will yeah. I can agree to that you know. Nothing tastes good. Because when you can't breathe you can't smell so it really helps me better understand dogs and cats when they have a lot of congestion and how they just don't want to eat. That never stopped me. Could you please wear this mask for. The rest of this show is can. I will be considered. I have little lysol wipes so that's fine. Thank you so much What about that about you. She's very considerate. she's giver. she really is. Which is the hotline. Is that the hotline. Right now is bringing the bosses. Call it holy moley. We've done something wrong. I think okay. We'd better go to the to the other phone. Primary high would bear. How are you good where you calling from today. Pennsylvania love reading w. e. u. or affiliate that. Yes that's correct doctor..
"cleary" Discussed on Animal Radio
"Fixing the good stuff. Get more animal radio with the free animal. Radio app for iphone and android okay. We'll head back to the phones in just a couple of seconds here during the commercial break we were telling ladybugs all kinds of jokes just to try to get her to laugh and i think we need to go through the instructions here that we have for making them laugh because they are. They are very real. We'll post them at the website. If you want to try to make your dog laugh. Detailed gotta laugh. I apparently you know what. I'm not gonna argue with science here. I'm just going to post it over at the website and and you try at home and in fact if you could get your dogs to laugh call us. Especially if they're like when they're laughing videotape it on it video. Pull out your phone immediately when your dog is laughing and send it to us. Okay your voice at animal. Radio dot com. I see my dog is going to actually do an eye roll. I do all of these anteks. I'll ban on video of forget it joining us right now. Is katie clearly. She's an amazing model. You've seen her on america's next top model in the first season not only beauty brains too. She's graduated college with a bachelor's degree in business and marketing she landed a role in deal or no deal a list. A resume cv. That goes on for days but her main passion is advocating for animal welfare issues and she joins us right now. Hi katie how you doing army. How are you guys. do you have a dog. I've got the animals. I've got nine cats and three dogs now. Have you ever seen dogs or cats laugh before. Oh yes they laugh at me all the time. So funny they really are. Especially charlie my first dog. He just looks at me. Kinda had the had tells them like. What are you doing. It's just. it's their hysterical. They really are well. I would imagine with so many animals that you're constantly cleaning up. Oh it's literally like three hours a day. I spend about like an hour and half in the morning our happened night. So the kitty litter you name it. I mean literally everything. it's that they're not the cleanliness animals. But it's worth it so worth it. So so where do you have a partner or a spouse you know what Not right now not right now but you never know. I was going to ask wasn't enquiry. I'm a married man. But i was enquiring to see what they thought of your Your menagerie of animals. You know a lot of my friends are like wow twelve animals a lot but yeah i do. Have people helping me. So which is which is great. My foundation and everything They all come by and watch the cats and the dogs and walk them and you know they really do a great job so yeah well. You've talked into the animal welfare headfirst. You're you're doing all kinds of things. Yeah yeah well. I started when i was about eleven. Twelve years old and I would rescue kittens and bottle feed them and we would squirrels. You name it birds that would fall from the nasty no we would rehabilitate them. And then re released on the wild animals back into the wild and then Find fosters and forever homes for the kittens I grew up. You know restaurant and saving animals and actually we had a vet Family that growing up family friends so you know it was really convenient so any injured and just take directly to him he would you know rehab them and then you know we will do our part and then released them so it was. It was pretty amazing. I always knew. I wanted to get involved in animal welfare. I just didn't know to what capacity. So i started in. Entertainment is at a really young age. Eleven twelve and then Kind of in the middle of that I worked with On a campaign for world wildlife fund for tiger conservation and at the time it was only five thousand tigers. And now there's only twenty five hundred tigers left in the wild So you know it's Right now we're you know you're or in the sixth mass extinction so my my passions always been dangerous species and how to prevent extinction of endangered species and big cats and elephants and rhinos so You know it's always been my passion and you know rather than being as well just veterinarian. I kind of utilize entertainment. Is that platform to raise awareness for animal welfare through legislation through films through my news network. You know we. We work on a lot of issues. What's peace for animals that your organization right. Yeah so. I started these animals in two thousand twelve and we've done on married of campaigns. We've rescued farm animals. Rescue you know Dogs from the sadly the kill list at shelters. Because you know there's so many animals that are so adoptable. People are afraid to go in shelters as you know to rescue them so You know we'll we'll pull them and then rehabilitate them and then find them at home so we actually just did that a couple of days ago with a husky at at at the downey shelter. So you know we do everything. We do campaigns. We support legislation We produced a film on netflix. Call give me shelter about animal welfare. and Yeah and then the second one we just finished calls we are one so it'll be the follow up to give me shelter and hopefully hopefully it'll be on that books if people wanna learn more about what you're doing. Is there a website. How can people get your newsletter. Any any of that information just go to world animal. News dot com and In every day we do a three to five articles. Depending on you know today. I think we have about three up There's one about the rusher releasing the beluga whales and under hear about that one that were held captive and A couple of other ones about A zoo and in puerto rico so we we highlight worldwide partners around the world. Do a lot anti poaching in africa as well You know gene support anti-poaching on the ground Actually a women's Watching team in zimbabwe so That's one of our main partners. So you know we kind of Were all over all over the place. All over the board everything. Do you allow all the animals free roam of the house or they allowed embiid with you at night or do they really. Wow yeah the cats are difficult though. The cavs internal so they keep you up dive there definitely right by me all the time. Well thank you so much for spending time with us today. We appreciate it. Yeah thank you okay. The website piece for animals dot net. And that's the number four will put links to everything you've heard on today's show over animal. Radio dot pat. We'll have back to the phones next. You're listening to animal radio. Call the dream team now with a free animal radio app for iphone and android willard on the animal radio and i am begging you. Do your animals overplay dead. If you want. I'll the anywhere you wanna go okay. Yeah so puppy. Pads are convenient. But sometimes they're really gross. That's why lady bug. The animal radio studios don dog uses the brilliant pad self cleaning puppy pad it seals away the waste and replaces the dirty pad four us. Brilliant pad keeps the animal radio studios mellon fresh. In fact all we have to do is replace the role once every few weeks. And let me tell you. That's pretty fast and easy to do. I love it. Lady bug gives it five paws up. You can learn more about this. Amazing machine.
"cleary" Discussed on Animal Radio
AP News Radio
Top Cop in Black Man's Deadly Arrest Withheld Cam Video
"New evidence obtained by the Associated Press into the twenty nineteen death of a black motorist in Louisiana shows numerous inconsistencies between statements given by a high ranking officer on the scene and his own body cam video soon after Ronald Greene was stopped by state troopers after a high speed chase the red light the black man was punched choked taste and dragged face down with shackles as heard on body camera video withheld by authorities but now obtained by the Associated Press lieutenant John Cleary a thirty one year veteran on the force told detectives that he hadn't turned on his bodycam video and yet video surfaced from his camera nearly two years later showing green obviously suffering and gasping for air he contradicts his statements that green was resisting arrest and remained a threat to officers Rafael going in and she is a former prosecutor not only was there a loss of life due at the hands of police and law enforcement the state police but there's every appearance that there was an active cover up there is now a federal civil rights investigation I'm Jackie Quinn
Bloomberg Daybreak Weekend
Beverly Cleary, beloved children's book author, dies at 104
"A beloved Children's book author Beverly Cleary has passed away. Brian Shook has more HarperCollins publishers says the Ramona Quimby writer, died Thursday in Carmel, California at the age of 104. Her first book, Henry Huggins, was published in 1950. Dozens more followed. Cleary's books have sold more than 85 million copies and been translated into nearly 30 languages. She also spent time as a Children's library
Beloved Children's Author Beverly Cleary Dies at 104
"CBS a steep Ramona Quimby is a young girl who appears in a series of books by Beverly Cleary as well as a film based on the stories person you don't worry about scarring inside the lines. It depends on the picture, the author said. Children love Ramona because she never learned to be a better girl, which fit into the kind of novels, Cleary wrote books about kids just being kids once asked, which of her characters she'd like to dine with, really like to have dinner with all of them. It's a chewed with their mouth shut and sat up straight and minded their manners. This is CBS News.
AP News Radio
Beloved children’s author Beverly Cleary dies at 104
"Beloved children's author Beverly Cleary has died at the age of one hundred four it was nineteen fifty when librarian Beverly Cleary after hearing children complained there weren't books for them transformed into an author first Henry Huggins a book that includes the adventures of characters Beezus Quimby and her younger sister Ramona growing up in Oregon like Cleary had there were eight books about the sisters which also became a movie in twenty ten I heard that in a while the boy the speaker in the backyard yeah he doesn't do that anymore I didn't know better I'd say somebody has a crush Cleary who was a wife and mother was named a living legend in two thousand by the library of Congress Cleary died in Carmel valley California where she had lived since the nineteen sixties she was one hundred four years old I am Jackie Quinn
Beloved children’s author Beverly Cleary dies at 104
"Much loved Children's author has passed. Beverly Cleary, the beloved Children's author of Henry Huggins has died. She was 104 years old Cleary. Minded her home in Carmel, California. Her first book was published in the fifties and became the standard for Children's authors for generations. Among the characters Cleary created were Ramona and Beezus Quimby and Ralph S Mouth boxes. Michelle Pelino
Beverly Cleary, Bestselling Author of ‘Ramona the Pest,’ Dies at 104
"Beverly cleary the author of portland based children's classics like ramona. The pest in henry and beezus has died at one hundred four years of age christian foden pencil reports. She was born beverly at lebron and mcminnville and spent her earlier on the family farm. Clueless mother set up a library where the youngster learned to love books then. The family moved to the hollywood district portland which he used as the setting for so many of forty books at an interview for one hundred birthday four years ago clearly says she always wanted to be a writer so she went to college to moss's in librarian ship then found work because children's room librarian in yakima washington. That's where i learned to write for children standing up and telling the story. I didn't read the story. I told her books of tens of millions of copies and been translated into twenty thousand nine different
The Sunshine Economy
Author Beverly Cleary dies at 104
"Beverly, Clearly a Children's book author beloved by generations of readers died this week at her home in Carmel, California She was 104. Among her most familiar creations are Henry Huggins, Ralph S Mouse, Make irrepressible Ramona
All Things Considered
Beverly Cleary, beloved children's book author, dies at 104
"The celebrated and beloved Children's book author has died at her home in Carmel. The character she created included Ramona Quimby and Henry Huggins. She died yesterday, She published her first book, Henry Huggins, in 1950 has gone on to sell or the 90 Million copies of her books Sense will
The Guilty Feminist
Rebellion with Sophia Cleary and special guest Karen Hawkins
"I'm a feminist. And I think part of that is being as resilient as your body would allow it anytime I'm kind of building strengthened. That oversees relative to each individual, but I want to be the kind of person had to be like. No I'm a feminist, and if suddenly revolution needed to take place. I would go the distance as much as my body would allow. But last night. It was my first night in Chicago. And it was so cold. That in my ten minute, walk back to the hotel from a yoga class. I stopped at a theater where a crowd of people were going into C-. Mean goals. And bought a ticket just to get inside in the war. The five minute mark I caved. It was so cold I couldn't feel my face. I was like what is this temperature? I swapped. It's not snowing here, but it was an ice wall in my face. And I couldn't upset like they call it the windy city that with gangsters I don't really. Know Wind! It's actually it's wins. Windows with an legend or something? It's wind in your. It's like an ice sheet and your face. I went to see a full length musical. Out of the cold for two hours. Talk. A little concerned because I went, and it was mean girls and I was nine. The thing is when y'all touring alone so either I'm talking to five hundred people on pretty. Those are my two states. So I went into mean goals alone I suddenly had the program, and I was like Oh my God. This is a literal you concert with us. But I sat down to a calendar mom. And then when the musical star the cut came up, he moved up a seat. He literally moved away from me. And he's. Pink Tall I was like this upsetting. That would upset me I. got into the music it was it was fine. It was it was a very good musical. It was very fetch. Aren't even go him. So. I recommend it okay. I'm a feminist, but I routinely canceled plans with my queer chosen family so that I can catch up on the bachelor. So sorry, but I need to know Peter Season anyone watching any. Yeah, okay, Wow! It is truly truly shocking. It's pretty good. It's pretty good. The bachelorette who rejected the now bachelor came back. She's like. She's like trying to get him right now and. She is not gonNA. Get in, but. I don't know we'll see. We'll see I'm a feminist, but I met a man Chicago today. Who told me he worked in risk analysis and I said. I already. Know I can't understand what you do and you haven't even explained it yet.
Doctor accuses clinic of using his donated sperm for 17 children
"On Oregon doctor was doing a hospital over a sperm donation he made decades ago he says the sperm was mishandled in nineteen eighty nine Dr price Cleary donated sperm to Oregon health and science university fertility clinic now we saying they violated an agreement that no more than five children would be produced and they would be born outside of the Pacific Northwest the genetic material was distributed locally an incredibly you're responsible manner Cleary found out at least seventeen children were born and some live locally he's filed a fraud lawsuits seeking more than five million
Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
Man sues fertility clinic after discovering he has 17 children
"On news a man in Oregon who donated sperm to be used to father five children found out it was used to father at least seventeen children now a man is suing the Oregon fertility clinic Dr price Cleary's lawsuit says the fertility clinic also breached another promise that all of the children be born to mothers living outside or again he wants five and a quarter
America's Morning News
Man sues fertility clinic for allegedly using his donated sperm for 17 children
"A man who says he donated sperm his donated sperm I should say many says is donated sperm was used a father at least seventeen children in violation of an agreement that allowed for the creation of no more than five children the man suing in Oregon fertility clinic The Oregonian reports and doctor Bryce clear he believes it's possible that he has many more offspring from the sperm donations three decades ago that suit says Cleary also has learned that at least two of the offspring attended the same schools as the children he raised with his wife which means Oregon health and science university fertility clinic also breached another promise that all of the children be born to mothers outside of Oregon is seeking five million
Three Wide No Cover
Weekend Racing Preview: Flemington
"Is a great. I love Flemington. Tom Years paying a warm weather build up to us this Saturday and just love white for is rising and it's basically GonNa say some good offices. Dan The strike which we love a Flemington in but Sydney holds the K. doesn't with the epsom the metro flights dykes. She's pretty skinny but the dive into it first things first the track record four Melbourne and Sydney yet Flemington knowing mate is good for you as estee said beautiful conditions may even need to put some irrigation on he goes Thursday thought it was so so it can be a little tricky. Lamai cave superstar who work. I think it'll play fair. I think Tampa Bay the K. but don't be worried. If your horse his three four ward they have a bit of an advantage especially around the circle. They might blending in the office in the middle of the track case. I don't don't be too stressed if your horse his dream because I think why might be okay the strike races with with this Rice's well. It's the best to be close to wide with. The grain stand inside in middle this week. I think will be the plays. They're a little bit of a disadvantage. We go to rain week at three made his good for again. pervy conditions look. I think on spe deploys debate but I think again. It'll be tamed by related. They might come to the middle of the track at some stage but Arkan buys places fairly fan but if you want at Flemington to worry about the Guy Very Josie now. Won't you guys coming in first before we hit up to see me. We're going to have a look at one. We said we're going to cover auto group one rice and this isn't a group is I hot rice. The GILGO stike center at online at tune on he joined by sunlight so a couple of everest horses they Satori Dettori at six fifty. Now we go from the tar dollars on exhauted iding votto silver nineteen does better Martini twenty-three dot rocky twenty seeks on someone thirty five and I will have the pipeline tile at thirty four Vine Street hundred to one Josie the map and guess what we wanted to always is this one or two awards rights or is something that can produce for van sort of that well racing especially in the last couple of weeks. We'll say that there hasn't been one horses awesome to horse races. We've had a couple of hundred to one to win big rice in getting in Black Look David superstar center aligning sunlight. They hard to knock. They're very very good horses. These rights as we always expect these Rice's up the right. They may not do a lot of work in that fourth. I four hundred five hundred six hundred Justice Zippo in the last six hundred minutes. All I am going with volatile silver so I'm going against the top two for sort of no real apparent reason other other than the fact that I'll just mocked him a little bit bigger than what the markets go to both of them not much but just a little bit bigger. Santa Light Up twelve hundred this run and gene sunlight look hard to knock just thought maybe in that guy known who'd be a bit of a tricky spot for us of Goma bottle Suba strong the guy to. I think that more people debate. Benny Mellon goes on so positive engagement day this is also one is from fifteen point in Perth. We know the horses are very good would Beta horse started called Galaxy Star. She is a stock Oregon. It's going to run a really good rice for nine dollars. You can have a play H. Y. Erica reconvene so I might be the spot to Bay Benny Melon and the piece came if you don't know them they're flowing ten from fifty to twenty percent over there. They come here. They were really really good team. They're pretty good. Deployment of the Horses Oregon. It's got the figures to run up Alto. Jacuzzis coat the Perth bog after getting gets off in this pump and added twenty one and thirty one bucks now for me. Cetera of I'd Love Center and I stopped probably needs the Ron Sung honesty stripe third up. How did we get some pennies drums. He's just come fresh from the role of Alvin show how bag you get a jacket lot that is jammed on the Perth Bandwagon. They're absolutely flying and understand that he's got really good figures you first time. Dan The strike or just law but at that price you happy deformed and have something only joie get that Josie and he's got to the speed. He bought a less Silva dauth rocky on someone son lot set an unusual preparation leading to an everest but you'd listen to Tony mcevoy sighing at she hasn't been fit. You needed the run. Not Everything went well in the code he had gone to Rice him between a Winter Moon Valley to give her another another blow out there. He's been coined on on the track and he's using these rices to get back into again of fitness up to a liberal who run a Moon Valley was outstanding on the non because it was controlled robot nitrous. Nash comes back to her best track Flemington down the strike at the new market the lightning. She is just an absolute star these me and she broke one. One nausea ran one. I twenty five when she won the newmarket. That's unbelievable galloping and she gets to free wheel against as a whole on showed I think she dictates terms and controls it and she's got that kicking turn of foot and she finds a gear at Flemington sunlight from me is the one I wanna be riding. Santa Ana lines interesting steady Boise first up weans were and he's first and second preparation. He hasn't won first up since so he normally takes one. This is a really good rice for him to kick off and get ready for an everest because a locks to travel and stimulate the Beagle. She'll be raw for the ever so it'll be charging. Heim sunlight for me. It's worth noting also sixty kilos. CNN aligned but he's so well in compared to the other who was he's just so well graded and somewhat as you mentioned this quick backup backed up two times before when the magic millions and one the Kumo right back yes. I've been up to sixty to ninety five. It was son opened up three dollars out of money. He's starting to count for absolutely and we talk about this preps Vince Benedetto La Jolla or something in front side. I mean this is clearly. Sit Sit for a second what they're very very good art. Let's turn our attention to the turnbull stakes. They have always mystic journey two dollars seventy looking to Mike and Means Mr quickey at four hundred twenty finch as a Yeoman Capos non box hot fifty kings will drain twelve roster Povich at thirteen very very elegant fourteen dollars trump for fools twenty. Three Bucks can lead the Hawaii State Kentucky Braves at twenty seven dollars Josie. I'll let you pick it up from he the map and how we're going to take one apart you note a Lotta spayed here. I would think a host like Kentucky braise on the backup. It's hot and feet. They should row four and track for foods. We know he's an my hero forward but there's not a lot of speed. I think finch confirmed probably late his back K. W. Day can probably get one one on the time now with I should go forward with that horse. What's mystic journey. I think she's probably going to be posted three war and as I stated in the preview probably not too much of an issue especially because I don't think they're gonNA go overly hod and I think she's the one to seventy in the market as you mentioned wally she's to forty so I think it's a good bit with her. I know she guys two thousand made us for the first time third OP. I recognise is going to be a pay. Run the coax bike but I know that I think this will be a performance without prep. She won the stray. Guineas was sort of a soft tone. She sprinted home. I think it's sort of the Roy sort of set up for her to get two thousand maters look. She ran really well. It's just getting absolutely through the roof in the mcabe. They win two seconds. She couldn't do any more than that so it's a perfect platform nail for to get a two-thirds of maters if he's going to run it. I think the rice suits it. Don't be too worried about or mapped Warburg. I don't think that's an issue I think she's that we are a contract for fools run a massive bryce Oregon if he goes faster than what he did lost out on the backup. He's been sensational on the quick backup before Perth. He can run well bought Music shoop society got or if you got something else I wanna say Mystic Mystic Journey a lover and wish the all the very best and there's nothing wrong with Iran last dot with the gap sick and up about getting better getting fouled at wife why I wanted to say getting again for me to be really counting on mystic journey to run the mall and a quarter for the first time stuck in a wide guide fighting the breeze a little bit slow speed paid Justice Cutler question. She's not the one on one of Rodney's one Rawdon is the warhorse nominees age and it's hard to know what you got to vowed back at Flemington and just couldn't make grammys to quickey finished beside him and just went past him and then a coalfield the other die he was close. He zoomed up in behind him. He's awesome looking for two thousand and I love the backup. He's a Flemington holes but the reason I want. Rodman see strong guy. It's nice but he can jump land out saw Italy. He can jump land one eight one back. He's going to have that breeze going to have that cleary to roll into the rice on his own terms and really look the winner at this stage. He's fit and I can trust him and he's around. What what is he the place he's around thirty to forty to sixty and wants to mystic journey to Noni uh he's GonNa. Look Win MIC Journey. We'll come and troy and go with him. At some stage Mr Quick. He's gotTa give grant and comeback in a small field is drawing Levin. We want to say it again. From Mr quickey was the catcher in the sports world black booker you can from it finch. Mom Album couples absolutely absolutely humming and there are side. Could he be a blow it just getting the Bauxite lucky did when he won last dot and just Gallup out well at Flemington. It's good test Takata Flemington for the first time I ever Molin as he warmed up to amalgam cap a loving but it's hot no little WANNA rod in the
Previously On... Peaky Blinders
"Yet william television ever night peaky blinders season four five thomas drives his california from a distance bhai. The mafia pack truck luca reminds them. He'll be the one to take the final shot. The truck pulls up alongside thomas his parked car and the mathematics at the vehicle. We see thomas hurriedly walking with machine guns ammo along a balcony. He reaches the same mm series gun stolen in season. One loads and sprays bullets down on his enemies ones killed the rest run for cover of the truck. Lucas steps out returning five from his tommy homey gun. The others follow suit forcing thomas duck under a hail of bullets. It makes a dash for a house behind him and grab stashed weapons. Lou kunis boy's clothes in luca commons. The polly lied to chengdu with him and catches. Thomas on the stairwell and shots were exchanged the chases on through lines of drawing sheets the hang along the balconies doubling back. Thomas surprises the man and shoot him dead that entered the building telling residents to get away from the windows. Lucas surprised by young boy dimension which way thomas went handing the lat coin fidora actions the group then continue up the stairs in pursuit and thomas hits the open-air and makes his way down a fire escape wounding another chengdu at man as he moves lookers occurs advised to let him go for now but he refuses on the streets he witnessed his thomas put a bullet in the wounded man and steps into the road gun. Blazing thomas returns fire and a standoff handoff take shape. He's offered a one on one duel. Thomas steps four the menlo choas but before either can get a shot away the please storm in mob handed dragging and beating thomas until moss steps in luke ernie's crew escape mosses at the end of his tether and turns down cash from thomas declaring loudly that the rule of the lord's returning then telling thomas soldiers at coming back in the safety of the home polly thomas it together awaiting author in the family autho one-sentence is about the shooting. Thomas replies caused the enemies and now down to eight men polly reveals. She was offered a deal by lucan. She accepted having run by thomas. I because they knew who'd wanna kill him himself. Little deluca wall to way thomas still killed three later that evening lizzie breaks the news to thomas. She's pregnant and the baby can only be his. It begins to talk about abortion but she. She says she's keeping it. She tells him they'll be okay but he was surrounded by so much death. He then leaves telling a coldly. She'll get an allowance every week from the company. A drunken authenticity shelby safe grabs in canaan sits alone snorting and drinking in the don't miss when he staggers out he leaves the safe wide open the next morning country road polian mike arrived by car to a gypsy camp site is unimpressed by new digs but he's told to share respect by bony polly says it won't be for long name on not even learn something and watches as he heads off deeper into the woods aboard a caravan paulie drives away with aber roma they stop on route to enjoy the fresh country air in the freedom of gypsy low-life obrero catches rabbit and they cook it together over an open fires they talk polly floods and cold him over to but as the prophetic case she puts a knife. We'll have to his throat threatening him. The should any harm come to michael. She'll kill him and then they get judy under the tree as you do. We cut to alfie solomon's meeting with luca chang. Greta lucre introduces himself alfie being alfie stays. He knows who he is. In the also is a bit of a fadi for not managing to kill thomas despite testings patients luca request the alph replaces his chandra two boys at ringside a seconds and return for assisting alpha won't substantial cash payment and two runs rum into new york lucas ready to do a deal dale but alfie mentions is made the deal with negotiation realizing thomas reuters and they do plan to kill them. All once they finish with the blinds aid is taken from a home bus military three personal and is met by colonel ben younger. He tells us she was seen talking to jesse ada state. She was just settling an industrial dispute. The kotal tells us she's potentially angela very useful assets the army. She's got a foot in more than one camp and she should talk to brother thomas. I had to catch thomas and asked him about the colonel and thomas informs a younger parched him for assistance have been given birmingham in order to stop a revolution her reminded jesse and his meeting him for dinner and that the military are interested in those around her if gained jesse's trust she gives names and he passes them on an exchange for this he gets contracts valued at two million to supply vehicles to the military the charlie's all his yard charleen curly set the table thomasson jesse thomas lays the charm thick is marmalade. He presented with paperwork. Detailing withdrawn wage cuts in parity between men and women than return his to hear all jesse knows about socialism. The macy cleary also wants now as strong in series the people she knows she believes he's worried. He'll find himself on on the wrong side. When the revolution comes admitting she counts itself among those seeking a real fight and she's not alone as the evening progresses the pad bonding left together. He pops a record on the laden's nature. His oems jesse asks you feel help they co was he kisses a cheek him. He says he will. It's fight night nights. Aberra reveals to bonnie. He'll get an extra twenty percent if he dropped goliath in the fourth opposites ringside but thomas heads backstage fully from the shadows by another the man.
Freddie Coleman Show
Deandre Ayton, Luka Doncic, Marvin Bagley could fix Suns
"European players and their gain he's very cognizant of that of those players and i found that they're rooting for him as well they want him to succeed in the nba to sort of continue that path cleary chris black with abdallah let me ask you this i've heard the bulls have done a lot of homework on him and that if they got into the top three that was like the guy that they wanted this is going back for a couple of years now they've been they've had their eye on don cinch for a couple of years now look get you into that top three now well and that's the thing that we have to kind of watch here because today and espn dot com has put out there on espn dot com you have the headline phoenix suns general manager ryan mcdonagh says he's open to relinquishing the prize place of the nba draft captured seat for the number one pick for the right return so you know sons gm says options for number one pick include trade for mba star the bozon have that right so like you probably can't get up to one.
Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe
Russia may have committed war crime in Syria: UN investigators
"Is dependent on us attitude toward talks with pyongyang directive decree a working group at harvard kennedy school john paul says this is a start but we can't be optimistic just yet is really reporter from the south we have to keep our expectations here and check there's a lot of political capital being used by the south korean blue house of trying to get this process guy but until we hear that confirmation from the north korean side we're going to see a washington that's going to be in waiting cmo mood an eight hundred people have now died in east q turns the syrian government continues to advance in the rebelheld enclave un human rights chief zeynep elhussein yesterday criticised russia and the assad regime for not heeding cool as for a ceasefire people face an apocalypse and apocalypse intended planned and executed by individuals within the government apparently with the full backing of some of the foreign supporters it is urgent to reverse this catastrophic course and to refer syria through the international criminal court and us secretary of state rex tillerson is kicking off his africa tour with a visit to addis ababa today bloomberg's nick waddams reports see cleary on ethiopia's political crisis after the prime minister promised to resign a move that may signal democratic reforms are deepening or as others fear could plunge the country into new turmoil ethiopia is the first stop on tillerson's fivenation trip through africa this week and next in addis abbaba nick waddams bloomberg daybreak europe global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than one hundred and twenty trace i'm sandra kilholf this is bloomberg markets thank you very much indeed.