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A highlight from Am I Ready???
"Body odor? Body odor? B .O.? At this time, you are smelly. It's impossible. So you are what you attract. Develop yourself. We are live. I'm excited. I'm excited. How is everybody doing? I don't know, but that sounded like some cartoon song. It's true. You're thinking everybody clap your hands. That's not a cartoon. What's that from a cartoon? No, no. No, it looked like it sounded like it was. Okay, whatever. It isn't, but yeah, you got me. That was it. Everybody clap your hands. Clap, clap, clap, clap, clap, clap, clap, clap, clap, clap, clap, clap, clap, clap your hands. One hop this time. Two hops this time. Boom, boom. Slide to the right. Slide to the right. Criss cross. Criss cross. We're excited, as you can tell. Welcome to the club, everybody. Welcome to the club. We welcome you to the club today with the Cupid Shuffle. That's what you heard us singing. Uh oh, yes please. Go there, girl. I love that. That was a good one. It's a good one. You're welcome to the club, y 'all. And you are met with your favorite DJs, stroke hosts, today for the episode three. Oh my gosh, episode three. Wow. Already? Hi. Oh, I have exciting news, guys. So guess who is starting with our third episode. And we honestly cannot thank you, our lovely listeners in a breath super, super grateful. Y 'all holding us down. We are literally charting with our second episode. And this is our third episode, so we know we're going to be charting even higher when we release this one. Yes. And honestly, God richly, richly, richly, richly bless each and every single one of you that have been involved, that have been sharing, listening, leaving reviews, doing all of that. God richly, richly, richly, richly bless you for that. And with that being said, we go right into it for housekeeping. We entreat you to follow our social media pages, Twitter and Instagram at clap31pod, where you are kept up to deal with every single thing that's going to be happening in the club. Also, I run the Twitter page, so Twitter is lit. Honestly, you should engage on our Twitter page. Follow us on Twitter, follow us on Instagram so that when we post, you can contribute, share your stories, engage, tell us what you think about the podcast, tell us what you think about this week's next week, the week before, the week in 10 years. We're going to be here for a while. So yes, make sure to keep leaving us reviews and sharing. Subscribe to the podcast on all the streaming platforms you're going to be listening to this on. Leave a review. If you like this week's episode, please make sure to leave a review under it so that people will know about it and people can have access to the messages as well. Don't get keep. I know this is such a lovely podcast that you'd want to get keep, but please let's not get keep. Let's share, share, share, share, share. And that's it for this week. Thank you, girl. So y 'all, this episode is going to be a continuation of episode two. We're going to be picking up from where we left off in episode two. So if you haven't been able to listen to episode two and you jumped right into this, I would admonish you to kindly go back and listen to episode two before listening to this beautiful one. So maybe a little recap of last week's episode would help us transition better into this week's. So for last week, we delved into the world of dating and pursuit and we explored different perspectives, mainly biblical examples. And we established that the woman's responsibility is not to pursue, but to be pursued. And we looked at examples from Adam and Eve and Ruth and Boaz. And we also looked at a scripture from Proverbs 18, 22, where it says he who finds a wife found a good thing and not the other way around. It doesn't say she who finds a husband. Right. And for this week, we're going to be looking specifically at Ruth and how she prepared herself to be pursued by Boaz. And last week we established that Ruth was not concerned about how she was going to get Boaz to woo her and stuff like that. She was very much focused on herself and how she could, you know, make a living for herself and for her mother in law, because we all know that Ruth was a widow and she lived with her mother in law. And she was also very hard working and she just possessed a lot of great qualities that helped her flourish as a woman. And that allowed Boaz to notice her and pursue her. And so in this episode, we're going to be delving more into this period of self -discovery and preparation. And we're going to draw on personal examples as well as what we have seen other people do and what we have learned in general in our lives. So, yes, let's delve right into it. And so we befittingly called this episode, Am I Ready? And before we get right into the episode, we'd love for our very prayerful Joanna to pray us into the episode. Wow. Isn't that beautiful? I'll take it.
A highlight from The First Edition of Would You Let Joe Biden"
"Good morning America. Good Monday. Some of you are getting up and getting out the door. I'm glad I am with you. I'm Hugh Hewitt in Studio North going down to the Beltway this week. Oh, back to the Beltway. Gotta go do my work. Gotta go do my job. I want you to begin this segment with me by reflecting on how bad can the polls actually get for one person. Because John Ellis, now you've heard me mention John. John has been on the show before. Ellis on items the site formerly known as Twitter, now known as X, he produces two sub stacks. News items, which I read every morning before I go on the air. That's where I learned about Amazon investing in AI this morning. And political items, which is a second sub stack. And that just collects all the political data. And for years and years and years, John Ellis was the man behind the curtain at News Corp. And he ran the decision desk when it actually ran well. And he ran many, many other things at News Corp. And he's a very, very smart guy. So Ellis puts out these two news sub stacks that I read. And one of them, political items, carries with it the additional benefit of sparing me from having to figure out which polls to read. Because every couple of weeks or three weeks, he puts out the polls in one place. So John Ellis knows polling. He knows which ones are trash. He does not send you the trash one. So I ignore all polls until I see a poll show up in the news items or political items. So polls in one place rolled in on Saturday morning. And I don't want to get sued for copyright. You should subscribe to polls in one place and political items. But John summarized three of these. Number one, NBC News. Three quarters of voters say they're concerned about President Joe Biden's age and mental fitness. Three quarters. Three quarters. Number two, Washington Post ABC News. A Washington Post ABC News poll finds President Biden struggling to gain approval from a skeptical public. With dissatisfaction growing over his handling of the economy and immigration, a rising share saying the United States is doing too much to aid Ukraine in its war with Russia, and broad concerns about his age as he seeks a second term. More than three in five Democrats say they would prefer a nominee other than Biden. And the Post ABC poll shows Joe Biden trailing Donald Trump by 10 points. Then number three, the New York Times. President Biden is underperforming among nonwhite voters in the New York Times Santa College national polls over the last year. And this result marked a — represent a, quote, marked deterioration in Mr. Biden's support among non -Anglo voters. Those are the three big polls of the weekend, and they're all related to Joe Biden's age. So I've asked Generalissimo to assist me in diagnosing the problem here. And so just a yes or no, are you with me, Generalissimo? No. All right, good. Would you let Joe Biden prepare dinner for eight people? No. Would you let Joe Biden do the shopping for a dinner for eight people? No. Would you let Joe Biden make your family's reservations for a week's vacation at Disney World? Oh, hell no. Would you let Joe Biden book the flights for that vacation? No. Would you let Joe Biden drive the youth group van to the beach for Sunday at the beach? Absolutely not. Would you let Joe Biden chaperone the sixth grade astronomy camp overnight trip? Not even with your kids. Would you let Joe Biden invest your 401k? Would you let Joe Biden pick the paint colors for your church or your school remodel? No. Would you let Joe Biden select the menu for your daughter's wedding? No. Would you let Joe Biden lead a group of second graders through the Smithsonian Natural History? Stop, stop. I gotta... No. Just stay in the lane, please. I just want to know. These are just questions. Would you let Joe Biden lead a second grade group through the Smithsonian? Would you let him lead a high school group through the Smithsonian? Would you drop him off in front of an NFL stadium, give him a ticket, and tell him you'll see him in the seats? I don't think so. Would you let him be the president of a state university? Oh, no. Would you let him be the president of a private liberal arts college? No. Would you let him run a large public high school? No. How about a small private high school? How about a junior high school? Nowhere near kids, no. How about an elementary school? Absolutely not. A preschool? Absolutely not. Would you let Joe Biden run a 7 -Eleven? No, he doesn't have the right accent. Would you let Joe Biden run a sporting goods store? No. A multiplex? No. Would you let Joe run the candy and soda counter at the multiplex? It's too confusing, no. Would you let him run a Macy's? A McDonald's? No. A Houston's restaurant? No. Would you let him run an airport? Negative. Would you let him run the parking at the high school football game? No. Would you let him run a high school speech tournament? Too many kids, no. How about a swim meet? No. Would you let Joe Biden run any business with 10 employees? No. Would you let him run a business with 100 employees? No. Would you let him do HR for a business with 10 employees? No. Would you let him run the gift wrap sales fundraiser for your kids school? No. Would you let him run the thrift shop inventory day? No. Would you let him run a car dealership? Negative. Would you let him run a church fundraiser? No. A church service? No. A service station? No. Would you let him run a piano recital for 20 students under the age of 10? How about 10 students under the age of 10? No kids, no. Would you let him announce graduation at MIT? Would you let him announce graduation for any college? Have you heard him? No. Would you let him run an eighth grade graduation? No. Would you let him run the change of command at any duty station for any branch of the armed services anywhere in the Americas or in the worldwide distribution of our defense facilities? Not unless you wanted to create an incident, no. Would you let him drive a truck? Well, he's already claimed it, no. Would you let him drive a car that you're riding in the passenger seat? Not unless I was heavily insured. Would you let him fire a pistol at a range? Oh, hell no. Would you let him fire a rifle at a range? No. A machine gun? No. Bazooka? No. Would you let him get into a tank and fire a tank? I'm seeing a pattern here, no. Would you let him direct the drone strike? No. Would you let him drive a little tiny boat whaler, you know, a 12 -foot whaler? I would let him pilot your dinghy, no. Would you let him drive a criss -craft with an outboard motor? No. Of a yacht, a big yacht? No. Would you let him command the deck of a freighter? A freighter? No. How about a destroyer? Uh, I'm thinking not. Submarine? No. Aircraft carrier? No. All right. Could you imagine Stav with him on deck? What would you let Joe Biden do? Retire. No, but I mean, really, seriously, is there anything you'd let him do to put him in charge of, because this is my first edition of would you let Joe Biden dot, dot, dot? Nothing complicated because he gets confused easy. Nothing with kids because we kind of know about that. No, there's nothing the guy can do. He has shown no knowledge of market economics, free market economics. He has no idea how supply and demand works. No, but I'm just talking about give me something that he can do because we've got to get a retirement hobby for him. A retirement hobby? Checkers. Do you think he could win at checkers ever? It's yeah, he could he could run he could run an ice cream stand. I we I covered that. You were gonna let him run a 7 -Eleven. I don't know. I covered the gift wrap. 7 -Eleven is more complicated than an ice cream stand because gas is involved. But but I asked you about the the gift wrap fundraising. I want every mom in America ice cream. Well, no, every parent driving to school in America right now knows fall is the season for fundraisers. So we got the call from the granddaughter over the weekend. Hey, Nana, which is the fetching Mrs. Hewitt, right? Would you buy gift wrap? And of course, we're probably gonna have enough gift wrap for the rest of the five seasons. Yeah, yeah. Five seasons of gift wrap. Yes. And and now the flash is probably going to come up with candy bar. You know, it's just fundraising season, right? And so it's better than raffle tickets. I hate raffle tickets. Yeah. Gift wrap you can at least put in the closet and it'll be there when when she has to clean out the house. You are what we call in in in the school trade. You are what we call an easy mark. A mark. Yeah. Yes. And and you wouldn't even let Joe button out. For those of you who are new to the audience, we've added affiliates recently. Dwayne is an ex band parent who keeps getting dragged back in. And when he was a band parent, he ran parking at the at the battle of the band. Do you know what I'm doing now? Do you know what I'm doing this this year? What I'm doing? What? I had to stand up along with my wife, stand up a snack bar outside of girls volleyball. All right. Would you let Joe Biden run that? Not in your wildest dreams, because because one money's involved and two girls are nearby. But I mean, OK, then Paul back a year or two. No, you let him direct parking at the Battle of the Bands. Oh, not unless you wanted a wreck.
New pipeline agency rule aimed at cutting methane leaks
"The Biden administration's release new rules aimed at reducing the leaks of methane gas from the nation's pipelines. The U.S. has nearly 3 million miles of natural gas pipelines criss-crossing the country and leaks of methane harm not only public health, but also contribute to global warming. Transportation secretary Pete Buttigieg introduced a modernization plan to quickly detect and repair methane leaks, eliminating as much as 1 million metric tons of methane emissions by year 2030. Officials say the project includes replacing outdated leak detection and repair methods with advanced technologies that rely less heavily on human observation. I'm Jackie Quinn
Kreider, Motte lead Rangers to 6-3 win over Lightning
"In a matchup of two of the best clubs in the NHL, the rangers beat the lightning 6 to three. The range is quickly jumped out to a three to nothing lead, but the lightning got it back to four to three before criss-crossing gold night midway in the third provided insurance and what was a nasty intense game. Direct hockey. Close on guys, physical getting into battles when in battles at Bantam park, so. There's a strong game for us. Ranges tile Ahmad had two goals, tapa had one three straight. Mike mancuso, New York.
"criss" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The area by Tuesday. Hundreds are taking part in a Washington D.C. rally to mark the one year anniversary of Russia invading Ukraine, participants met Saturday afternoon in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., it follows Friday night's candlelight vigil where people wearing blue and yellow turned out on the national mall to show their support for Ukraine. The rally was held a year and a day after the official start of the war. The U.S. is confident China is thinking about giving Russia equipment for its war against Ukraine. Explains. That's according to new information from CIA director William burns in an interview with CBS's face the nation bird said that the U.S. knows China is thinking of providing lethal equipment to Russia, but there's been no evidence yet of any shipments last week, Secretary of State Antony Blinken accused China of considering such a step and warned it would be a very risky and unwise bet. I'm criss-crossed. And the NYPD is on the lookout for two men responsible for robbing 7 businesses over a four day span. The robberies all took place between February 17th and the 21st, 6 in Brooklyn and one in Queens, police say in each incident the man would display a firearm and demand cash from store workers. The spree has targeted one grocery store, four restaurants, one gas station, and even one roadside foot cart. Police say the suspects have gotten away with over $20,000 in cash. I'm Jim Forbes. A group of news organizations is calling on House speaker Kevin McCarthy to provide access to thousands of hours of security camera video from January 6th. The request comes after Fox News anchor, Tucker Carlson said he was given access to over 44,000 hours of surveillance video from the capitol attack. Multiple news outlets, including NBC News, MSNBC, The New York Times, and The Washington Post are requesting access to that video. New York City's so called 5th borough is first when it comes to rising crime. David folk Thomas has the very latest. Staten Island leads the city with a 14% spike in major crime this year compared to the same period in 2022. According to NYPD data, robberies there are up 93% burglaries up 81% and felonies are up 29%. Meanwhile, The Bronx is a distant second with a 4% increase in major crime. Staten Island, district attorney, Michael McMahon, blames the surge on state bail reform laws passed by Democrats in Albany. Paramount is being sued over the streaming rights to South Park. HBO Max's parent company has brought the lawsuit over paramount, allegedly pushing specials of the show to paramount plus. The lawsuit stems from a half $1 billion licensing deal from 2019 that involved the show's streaming rights, South Park has been on the air for more than two decades. And Walmart shoppers might want to check if they have a candle that has since been recalled. That's because the consumer product safety commission has recalled more than a million candles due to glass cracking. That can lead to burns and cuts, the candles being recalled are mainstays three wicked candles with fall and Halloween since. They were sold between September and November of last year. I'm Jim Forbes. You wanted to see me? Yes, please. Have a seat. So here's the thing. When this company brought you on, we took a chance on you. You didn't have that four year college degree. We typically look for. Right. But we gave you a shot anyway. And since then, you've worked incredibly hard and given it your all. Thanks. You've been an important asset to the team, but I don't think you can be an intern here anymore. We want to hire you
"criss" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Fans did Tennessee might be happy with a bill now being considered by lawmakers there, criss-crosses got details. Senator London Lamar and representative Joe towns junior are introducing a bill looking to replace Columbus day with the day after the Super Bowl as an official state holiday. Town said the day takes a toll on the workforce as many people skip work the day after the big game. The bill will need bipartisan support to pass looking to go into effect next year. It's a big night for the music world tonight, the 65th Annual Grammy Awards take place in Los Angeles, Beyoncé leaves the field with 9 nominations this year, including one for album of the year. I'm Scott Carr. The U.S. Democratic Party is putting in place changes to its presidential primary calendar for next year. We will move to a vote on the motion to approve the report of the rules and by laws committee, all those in favor of approving the reports say hi. The vote was taken yesterday at a party gathering in Philadelphia. Iowa traditionally has been the starting line for the presidential election, but Democratic National Committee delegates overwhelmingly approved moving South Carolina into the top spot on February 3rd of next year to be followed by New Hampshire and Nevada jointly sharing the number two slot on February 6th, then Georgia on the 13th and Michigan on the 27th, the new calendar faces opposition from some of the impacted states, a top Southwest Airlines officials going to testify before senators this coming week after the airlines holiday period meltdown. Julie reince got more. It canceled thousands of flights and that left many travelers stranded. Chief operating officer Andrew watterson will be part of the hearing that's being described as strengthening airline operations and consumer protections. The president of the Southwest Airlines pilots association will also testify. The Senate commerce committee is holding the hearing next Thursday. Police and Memphis have fired a 6th officer who was involved in the fatal arrest of Tyree Nichols. They sang in a statement Preston hemphill violated 5 departmental policies and was fired Friday going on to say the investigation into Nichols death is continuing, while other officers are also being investigated. It's unusual to find actor Mark Hamill signing any Star Wars memorabilia, but Star Wars posters signed by Luke
"criss" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I'm Scott Carr. A bipartisan group of U.S. senators is visiting war ravaged Ukraine. Republican Lindsey Graham of South Carolina is in Kyiv along with Democrats Richard blumenthal of Connecticut and Sheldon whitehouse of Rhode Island. After meeting with Ukrainian officials Friday the 3% at a unified front praising the fighting spirit of the Ukrainian army, they say they also tried to calm the fears of some Ukrainians that the Republicans in charge in the U.S. House now would cut funding to support Ukraine in their war with Russia. This new details emerging about the 6 year old boy who recently shot his teacher in the chest at an elementary school in Virginia, criss-crossed got more. Last month, the child opened fire with a handgun in what police called a targeted attack. It's now been revealed the same child had previously written notes claiming he wanted to set his teacher on fire and watch her die. His teacher, Abigail schwerner, took the notes to the school who told her to drop it. Other teachers at richneck elementary says Werner had asked for help multiple times regarding the boy's outbursts, but her concerns were dismissed as Warner was shot in the chest, but survived the shooting is currently being investigated as intentional. I'm criss-crossed. The Kansas City Chiefs are moving on to their 5th straight AFC championship game despite an early injury to star quarterback Patrick Mahomes. Kansas City beat Jacksonville 27 to 20 the chiefs will face the winner of the buffalo in Cincinnati game today. For over a billion people around the world, the new year begins today, cultures across eastern Asia celebrate the lunar new year, often called the Chinese New Year because it's based on the ancient Chinese calendar, according to the Chinese zodiac, the year of the rabbit begins today. The second man to walk on the moon, former astronaut Buzz Aldrin celebrated his 93rd birthday yesterday as a newlywed. 30 seconds
"criss" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Stretching 12 and a half feet long from tail to tip. I'm criss-crossed And I'm Brian Curtis in Hong Kong. Let's check this hour's top business stories and the markets. Asian stocks are seeing strong gains this morning, dollar weakness, adding a little positivity, investors also digesting Ukraine's military gains against Russian forces, and we see gains in the Euro. More on markets in a moment. US Treasury secretary Janet Yellen says the fed is going to need great skill to achieve a soft landing in the U.S. economy. She told CNN's State of the Union that the U.S. can not have a strong labor market without getting inflation under control. Yellen says the fed will need to use good judgment in tackling high prices. They're independent and they have a great expertise proficiency in evaluating what it's going to take to bring inflation down and we're going to leave them to use their own independent best judgment to try to accomplish that. I believe our goals are very well aligned. The fed meets next on September 20th. The big event this week will be Tuesday's consumer price index. Economists are forecasting an 8.1% rise in August from a year earlier. Although that would be the second month of declines, it's not the kind of number, likely to derail the fed from another 75 basis point hike. And the Biden administration is said to be planning next month to add curbs to U.S. shipments of semiconductors to China. Reuters says these are chips used for AI and ship making tools. Let's check the markets. We have markets closed today for holidays in Hong Kong, China and South Korea. The nikkei though, Rowling 327 points, that's a gain of 1.2% and in Taiwan, the Thai X is up 1.8%. Daly yen, one 42 63, the Euro slightly above parity with the dollar. Global news 24 hours a day live and on Bloomberg quick take. Brought to you by 2700 journalists in a 120 countries. In Hong Kong, Brian Curtis, this is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg intelligence. We're really getting into now the streaming arms race. The issues looking at that and saying we can really build a nice new for ourselves.
"criss" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"She didn't finish. I'm criss-crossed. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. The tap water at the Jacob riis houses is clear for drinking again. That, according to the press secretary for mayor Eric Adams, Fabian Levi on Twitter this afternoon. Levy also posted a video of Adams and the city's health commissioner, doctor ashwin vasan drinking water from the East Village NYCHA complex. In a statement released this afternoon, Adams said, after reviewing the final test results, the water is, quote, well within EPA drinking water quality standards. Today's update came one day after environmental monitoring and technologies, the lab that claimed that there was arsenic in the water at the Jacob riis houses issued a retraction Friday. Their initial results were incorrect and they were the ones that introduced arsenic to the water samples, a city hall spokesman and the company itself said in separate statements. The turn of events comes a week after the city said arsenic was discovered in the water at the Jacob riis houses. UK unions have called a halt to planned industrial action as the death of Queen Elizabeth plunged Britain into a period of mourning. More from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. Around a 115,000 royal mail staff ended a two day strike while three rail unions that had called walkouts for the end of this coming week said they will no longer take place also dockers suspended action on the day of the state funeral. On the railway, the transport salaried staffs association said it was canceling planned industrial action for September and will be respecting the period of public mourning. The Supreme Court has temporarily blocked a court order that would have forced yeshiva university to recognize an LGBTQ group as an official campus club. The university and orthodox Jewish institution in New York argued that granting recognition to the group would violate its sincere religious beliefs. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm susannah Palmer. This is Bloomberg. You're listening to masters in business with Barry riddles on Bloomberg radio. I'm Barry Ritz, you're listening to masters and business on Bloomberg radio, my extra special guest this week is Kristen biddle Michelle, head of North American investments for city global wealth, which manages more than $800 billion in worldwide client assets. Let's talk a little bit about inflation. You mentioned 8 and a half percent inflation rate, it seems like when we look around the world, a lot of that inflation is peak and past us. We look at the Baltic dry index and gas prices and oil prices and go down the list of commodities that seem to be coming down in price, home sales are declining, although rent remain high, let's start talking about where we are in this rate tightening cycle. What was your takeaway from the Jackson hole festival of speeches and Jerome Powell's it's kind of surprising that anybody thinks he didn't communicate what was happening, but it seems like the market was taken a little by surprise. Don't you think that there's a debate though, so I think there's this question around what we want the fed to do, what we think the fed should do versus what they're telling us. They're going to do, right? So I think that chair Powell has been very clear in terms of what they're going to do. Over the summer months, we got that rally off the June lows, and some of it was kind of peak bearish positioning. Some of the abatement, like you mentioned in terms of commodity prices in particularly with gasoline, and then Q two earnings were pretty resilient. We thought inflation was going to impact a lot more than it did. There were a lot of surprises in terms of top line revenue growth. And so then I think what happened was we started sneaking in these narratives, the market did about, you know, maybe there's a fed pivot. Maybe the fed will be dovish. We didn't see that at Ed city global wealth. We did not see any signs that the fed was going to change course, and so I think in Jackson hole that very short, very deliberate speech, was one where it was make no mistake about the fact that we are going to continue to tighten that inflation expectations will not out of control yet, but at a level of two and a quarter two and a half looking far out, we need to bring them down to two and our job is not yet done. We need to make sure that we're taking that action. I think the other interesting thing too, that may have been one of the catalysts for the volatility that we saw on Friday and Monday was really this lack of mentioning a soft landing. Chair Powell and his past couple of speeches and public comments always said that a soft landing was possible. Here that was absent. So it was much more about invoking Volcker and also just looking at this is going to create some pain and he admitted that. So I think their trajectory is very clear through the rest of this year in terms of the tightening path that they're on. Right. I think 50 plus 75 plus 75 plus whatever happens September 2022, that's the end of the soft landing. He's telling you we're going to really throttle back in order to make sure we can get the toothpaste back in the tube, but that leads to an interesting question we're talking about narratives and what we hope there's a little bit of wishful thinking going on. But, you know, my perspective has been the fed was late to start raising rates at the very least they should have gotten off their emergency funding sooner, it looks like now they're late to recognize the peak and inflation and they probably don't have to do a whole lot more. Are they going to be causing unnecessary pain? Have they already won can they declare victory and go home or are they going to just keep pounding away? And either cause a mild recession or perhaps something worse. Yeah, and I think that's one of the challenges in terms of, you know, this is where economics degrees really come in handy in terms of breaking down all of these data points, but they were very specific that their goal was headline inflation. We all talked about the demand side of the equation, the supply side, what's in their control, what's out of their control. And chair pal again was very, very direct in terms of no, the whole thing is our mandate, right? So whether it's supply side demand side, we need to make sure that we get this under control. So obviously we're seeing some relief in the commodity sector, but more broadly, it's whether or not how quickly are we going to see that number come down, and even if it's at, let's say, 6 and a half, 6% by yearend, that's nowhere close, right? To their ultimate target. And so continuing on this path, I think the challenge that the fed's in, is when you think of tightening financial conditions, we don't see the full impact of that until out probably 1218 months. Right. So there is this concept of what they're doing now is not really going to flow through to everyone, both the consumer as well as corporations until several months out. And so what does that mean for consumer spending? What does that mean for all of the decisions that the consumer is making which drives 65% of the U.S. economy? And what does it mean for corporations as they're making decisions and so in Q two, we heard a lot that recession wasn't the base case, but they're planning. I think it's going to be really fascinating. I think we're going to pivot from, I shouldn't use that term. Become a dirty word. Become a dirty word. So 5 letter words. I think we're going to change the dialog from what was obsessive about the fed and debate about what they're going to do and what is the terminal fed funds rate to now obsession about earnings. Coming up, we continue our conversation with Kristen bitterly Michelle
"criss" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A global news update There is no magic bullet cure for those suffering from long COVID just yet That's according to National Institute of neurological disorders director doctor Walter khoury Do not understand what's driving it biologically And because of that he explained that scientists have yet to develop a solution to post infection symptoms Car shots also noted that the range of long COVID symptoms can include neurological pulmonary cardiovascular and digestive issues among survivors Three people are dead after a shooting outside of Tennessee nightclub It happened early Sunday morning in Chattanooga 14 people were shot and all the police chief added all but one of the people killed or injured were adults authorities believed there were multiple shooters Investors will have their eye on a key inflation figure later this week The consumer price index report for may will be released on Friday The CPI in April rose by three tenths of a percent the year over year increase was 8.3% I'm criss-crossed This is Bloomberg intelligence with Alex Steele and Paul Sweeney on Bloomberg radio Thanks everyone for joining us today Let's stay with the boat theme and talk cruises specifically a push into the bond market for some of the big name cruise companies joining us now Bloomberg intelligence senior credit analyst Jodie Laurie Jodie it's all about reopening still It's all about traveling It's vacation packages It's going to be good for the cruise line guys What are they doing in the debt market right now Sure Alex so I think what we're seeing is a continuation of 2021 And by that I mean is that these companies are at the precipice of getting back to normal but aren't quite there yet Whereas a lot of companies in leisure and lodging are really already feeling the normalcy going into 2022 summer season The cruise line still don't necessarily have all ships in the water depending on the screws And are not generating positive free cash flow yet So we're seeing these companies pass the debt market still trying to fill these cash address their balance sheet and just figure out ways to survive this next year so that in 2023 they can feel more normal All right so it's interesting here I remember at the beginning of the pandemic when the world shut down the cruise companies were one of the first companies to really come to the market and raise capital because boy they knew that they were going to have to have really really strong balance sheets with lots of liquidity That was a good move The strategy here is just kind of hang on as we kind of reopen Our certain companies doing better than others So Paul it's a little bit more complex than that I think you know first of all the cruise lines were among companies to figure out ways to shore up liquidity at the beginning as you stated But if you think about it the hotel company for example past the revolvers So they were flush with cash in the other way The cruise lines didn't necessarily have that same flexibility because they were dealing with the fact that they had this moratorium that was imposed on them by the CDC They weren't allowed to operate whereas the hotels just weren't operating in normal settings Now the cruise lines where it was interesting about them is they all came to market in spring of 2020 to just build up their cash balances which is a very smart move that paid up to do so And while she got the 21 was a very great year for them in order to reach an asset and bring down their interest expense on a lot of the debt that they paid up for we're starting to see that at least as interest rates rise this year and as the high yield market isn't as favorable as it once was they might have to pay up again in order to keep those that cash balance high why are they addressed the large debt maturities of the house What kind of yields are they looking at right now So for carnival they just issued a senior insecurity bond in May and it was 10.5% Which if you compare that to what they did in October which in October they issued a senior senior in security expiring in 2029 and that one is in the 6% So you see the very big difference in the jumping yield between October and May And that is really more so a function of market environment than it is a function of the actual individual company itself in my opinion These companies are still on track to do what they said they were going to do which is get all shipped in the water by the summer They're showing that they're advanced bookings are growing They're showing that they're starting to return to normal They have their eye on reducing the balance sheet starting 2023 meaning bringing down the debt load organically But they need the cooperation of the capital markets in order to do so And that collaboration might not be as prevalent as it was Interesting And you mentioned a lot of some of those issues were unsecured Why did they do that Why wouldn't they go secured using their ships as collateral or maybe they're already used Well actually they removed a lot of the what you would call encumbering of the balance sheet over the past year So in 2020 when they issued debt and funding of carnival issue debt of similar coupons in 2020 but it was secured And so if you're issuing secured that traditionally secured debt has a lower coupon that unsecured debt So imagine if they had issued unsecured debt back in 2020 or less than 15 16% if they could have gotten it Now they don't want to necessarily issue secured debt if they don't have to because that provides them in other lifeline if things get uncomfortable once again whether we enter a recession or consumers start really feeling the effects of inflation and taking vacations like they were or are planning to right now And so I think the cruise lines are trying to keep every option open that they have available to them as much as possible So see here on securities is a better way to go as long as the markets are open to allowing them to issue But I do think it was interesting to see carnival issue that he had royal Caribbean and Norwegian issue in January and February this year and the climate just completely changed between the fed conversation between Russia and Ukraine I mean there's all these factors that just shifted the market environment between January and February and may Really interesting stuff 10% man That's back Okay Jodi thanks a lot Jodi Lori a Bloomberg intelligence senior credit analyst All right let's shift our attention now to energy and Russia because as the war between Russia and Ukraine rages on you get LNG shipping rates remain very strong So for more on that we want to welcome Bloomberg intelligence analyst talon Custer Give us a sense What kind of shipping rates are we talking about for LNG Yes we've seen a recent climb There's increased interest in term chartering You have energy security needs And in addition to that there's a lot of uncertainty So these importers are looking to lock up shipping capacity Vessels to bring the gas for the summer needs.
Darren Criss’s Brother Charles Criss Dies by Suicide
"Darren Chris older brother, Charlie Chris died by suicide in February. And you know, the family says, we'll never know just how long he was fighting this war within himself. I think they do know. I think that's obvious when you live with someone who's miserable. You kind of know how long they've been that way. It consumed him fully and he succumbed by taking his own life. But they described the brother as vibrant special worldly, hilarious and gifted, intelligent, several celebrated adored. No other adjective to connote his his insanity, his depression. I mean, give me something else. You describing a wonderful gifted, you know, sunshiny person. That's clearly not who he was.
"criss" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast
"There's a gene simmons demo that i know it's from the vault and it's it's it's called night fly but listed as night boy which is not a good title. But i don't know. I mean it's i. Remember having a cd of destroyer outtakes and stuff. And the do you ever hear. The ain't none of your business demo with peter criss singing like like that stuff was cool but i mean if we can get really crystal clear versions of that then. I'll probably end up buying this. That would be awesome. Yeah so we'll see. But i'm gonna wait until it's out where i can kind of sample a little bit but if it is that i'll i'll buy it but i mean how good can it get if it's just demos stuff. It's the same demo stuff you've heard. How much more can you do to it to make it sound. Well you know you can't mix a demo and make it sound like you know cd quality. No but if it's first generation compared to the crap that i've had to listen to over the years coming like the cassette tapes and cds. We bought the nineties at the record shops. They were like the fiftieth version of it. That was recorded over. Those were some of the greatest times in my life to be in radio chaos. Cd store in. Stevens point wisconsin. And we go down there and once a while and he would have weird shit like that. And i just remember like finding like a kiss bootleg cd collection of different songs. I never heard before it was like one of the greatest things that ever happened to me. In my entire life you know was that way in murfreesboro here When i wasn't when i started college It was the year the union tour. And i got the on. Vhs i got the k rock weenie roast on vhs and One other show the other madison square garden. I think it was during the reunion tour. Matt guy got him in and it was just this old dude at this record store. And i'm freaking out. I'm like oh. My god i'll buy these from you and he's like that's just kiss score you but i'll buy him anyway. Take them back to my dorm room and and play them in my dorm room for my roommate who absolutely hated kiss and made fun of them. Every time i played them Yeah and that was back in the times before you could just hit a button and watch stuff. He had to seek it out and my roommate was a gay guy and he was a radio dj but he was like he was like eighteen. You know he was a young guy and he. He didn't know anything about kiss. But the mass start playing. He's like he's all balls day. It was like yeah. He's he he would make fun of paul stanley relentlessly. I don't some things never change. People still make fun of paul stanley for many different reasons. I love cats. But i love making fun of them too but We just do well. I mean we do that with our sports teams do i. Don't i don't want. I don't want to make fun of kiss that i don't want to think bad thoughts about this just like i wouldn't want to do that with the packers or anybody else. You know i just. I only wanna think good thoughts about kiss and sometimes most of the time. It's just it's tough to make it hard sometimes. Debating the negatives is is part of the fun experience for me. I don't know That's just the way i'm built. I guess so all right. So i kinda posted about this Last week but I wanted to talk about on the show Because this is. I don't know if you've been following it but Since cove vid you know a lot of rock festivals have been coming back in. Some of them are launching new ones. And have you been following. What's been going on the last couple of weeks festival fuel a little bit. I've i've heard a couple of things well film in. There's different ones we're gonna talk about. And some of them are new and some of them are all older but this is Basically there's been a lot of horror stories over what i've seen lately and the biggest one that i've noticed is This thing called the blue ridge rock festival. That took place out in virginia. And i could do. We could do probably two or three shows just on this one festival at all the shit that went down. Yeah because it's It's bad But i don't so who is all playing at this. Let me look that up. Because i it's it's more about the fallout from the festival. No more so than the ban bands but they had a great lineup. For this thing. It was in danville virginia and It was I mean a lot of more modern stuff but like the headliners you had breaking. Benjamin hailstorm was part of it rob zombie limp biscuit Shinedown papa roach five finger. Death punch megadeath cypress hill. I mean black. Label played at testament hate breed tonnes of anthrax played it A lot of different ban. I mean the lineup was pretty impressive. put together by this young guy named jonathan sly and Who's done events in the past. But like he has a bit of a checkered history and it I think they've done a blue ridge rock festival before but not at this. This new venue was like the first time doing it at the venue and danville. But man. This i was following it live basically as it was going and it was a cluster. Fuck from day one. I may be wrong on the number but it pulled something like sixty thousand people. It was a lot of people and it's like a three a four day event and but like they had problems from the jump. They had i guess he's done it before and he's done everything in house but this year he decided to start hiring out contractors and stuff to handle stuff but they had fuck ups with parking they like. Ada you know disabled people. They had people that were disabled. Not able to park in the eighty a lot most of it because there was no one doing oversight on the parking lots or the campgrounds or anything or whoever was hired to do oversight. Didn't do it so you had people showing up. That hadn't paid for certain things just taking advantage and then the people that would show up later that had paid for it. Were left out in the cold day. You add disabled people having to walk like between one and three miles just to get to the fucking event space on like you know. Unpaved roads and stuff and People showing up to camp and they weren't they weren't allowed to get in the camp ground because people that didn't pay for the campground had shown up and took their spot. Oh shit so then. They got directed to a off site campground that had no running water. No porta-pottys nothing ten. It's like a three mile hike to get to the venue Then i've heard so many horror stories from this thing and then the the event starts and they have a thing called the golden circle. Vip which is like the area in front of the stage and this is one thing with festival and like in that. I posted last week. Note to self never book a festival because it sounds like such a pain in the ass so a lot of these festivals are now selling like premium area right in front of the stage for like super high price and so these people are paying for this but then you have to have somebody at the area by that golden circle to check wristbands right. You would think yeah. But you've got general. Admission fuckers just jumping the fence and going into the golden circle.
"criss" Discussed on Throwing Shade
"That women are creating more problems to which i say conclusion ding. You're wrong stupid bitch. Yeah people say there are too many things on of that might be true. But there's not enough tv for me. Yes tv for me movement. Exactly i'll tell you what what. Tv is for even for me right. I'll tell you what i like dude. Which is an all in. I mean that's a show. I love it really. Anything murphy does is for me. I love donna. Who's playing for saatchi. I don't know who's playing for sachi but penelope cruz. Playing donatella why ricky martin's players she's boyfriend what and What do you call it. darren criss is playing the guy who kills him who killed so he hasn't been cast yet he has. I don't know the. I think it's it's a guy i think. So it is. He's someone i'm not familiar with. But those are the other penelope cruz and darren. Chris and i can't wait for every single fucking intercontinental accent. That happens on that so excited. I can't wait for that show. So anything he does is for me. I'm also in really enjoying The marvelous mrs maes old. That's a really fun congratulations. They won best comedy. They did globes and she won. Best actress oh she yes. She did the lead character on that This is another so in other words when people say it's such a crowded landscape. I'm like maybe for you. Not for me to my watching at home with amy sedaris which i love but you know what i mean. I don't feel it. You're always watching ball. Yeah volleyball tell you what i am watching my balls on On the big screen. That i put up when i'm bored and i assess airplay them from my for my straight to the tv aid from your balls to the tell you say an essay ello ello while you're on my tv and on the you're on the big you're on the medium screen and the small screen your devils screaming. Your dump screening doubles people. Say how many balls you got. I said on which screen do that through my balls. I have to you know what you could do is do that. Internet feed you. Do like a looping thing where it's like infinity in the yeah and so you can just have infinite balls. That's what i needed. And by the way you know you can make god ten twenty dollars just doing it live on on youtube i do all my subscriptions were cancelled right. Yeah balls on balls onto. Yeah so a new show set in one thousand nine hundred new york and showing life in the city's queer ballroom culture most famously obviously portrayed in the film paris's burning set to be the most trans inclusive. Tv show to ever make the air co executive produced by trans activists written written. Also co produced by janet mock in being made by ryan murphy and a little show called posts which comes out on fx. I just got chills. If why did i not know. Because they just announce it got a series order. It'll be eight episodes and it looks at. It's really need eight years. It looks i now. It looks at the juxtaposition. This is according to the release of several segments of life in society new york the rise of the luxury trump air universe the downtown social and literary scene and the ball culture world. I i want to open the tv and jump inside may take a decade that i would have been considered hot. Yeah is eighty s. The as i'd say like that was true or were ahead of me there. No no i'm orchestra hot the agreement. Weaver hot yeah. Yeah yeah i'm not. I'm not like i'm not penelope crew. I'm not in that. I'm like you know what they would consider in the eighties sexy symbol. I'm what they would have considered. I don't know. In what era would i have been. You know what you're going to disagree with me but you really good in a suit. I think you're like fifty sixty s hot all right. Yeah i'll take it. You don't think so. I don't disagree. Of course i don't. I don't see i don't see plaid shirt t shirt you know grungy jeans how much she off though i don't either not. There's not ninety. Sam i feel like you've you're ninety s hot sam. You're getting there yeah. I think that's why the hair unkempt as what you know what. It's not my problem if you can't take a compliment right okay. So trans activists directors silas howard serves as the co executive producer also. The series will bring in emerging transgender directors to be mentored through ryan. Murphy's directing mentorship program which is very exciting plus surviving on using your fucking power to change the system surviving. paris is burning. Yes gulbuddin it. The also the the people who are involved in it who choreographing the ball scenes is leoni say maldonado. Who's known as the wonder woman vogue and danielle polanco. So it's i don't end in our lady. Jaye is also writing scripts word along with janet mock and michael roberson and twiggy pucci. Garson are the ball culture consultants so in other words she saw that name is the most brilliant three words i've ever heard and i actually don't know how involved murphy will be with this show for j. thing where he's like. I'm assembling this incredible team. They're the experts on this and like but this has to be a show anyway ryan murphy in this announcement so he just does is. Fx is just as network. Yeah because all of his shows even the ones that people don't think we'll be like feud and i think pe- people were so jay. No one saw being the hit. It.
"criss" Discussed on LadyGang
"Know what. I will do what i would do. Because i've been to many thirty shows not great. He's very inconsistent. Oh bummer so do you guys have one question. Do you hear about yeah. Yeah there's an answer. I'm going to throw that one because you know you can go. If find any of the high show you would go see third eye blind. That was going to be my answer. I would hire one of the lady gang ladies to be to me back. Yeah you all have the hair for it. So radio matter to perfect wonderful and i would go to see third eye blind speaking thorsland all kinds of got started because of some of you guys have been so sti has been a frequent guest nineties. Part is that we throw and done what you've done you did. Once you do. That was awesome. He wants yes kelsey. Yeah i go back with these girls esti. But i missed that. I'm missing it like once a year. Esi was also so gracious to come and do it and so this actually really got like the catalyzed in february of twenty twenty before the shutdown one of the last great parties of like only last parties of the year that we through through this big nineties parties. We do my buddy. Ricky and people come up and st was. I think you were shooting something like you could make it but the idea was if you get out in time we're locked and loaded for you to come up and saying that thing do you while a sixty song is a song from the nineties. Yeah we were going to play it. And we're ready to go. And i remember asking her before she wouldn't be able to rehearse it if we if she showed up being like. Hey do you. Do you know all the parts like darren. I know the entire. It'd be like the back land. And that's kind of what instigated this whole thing and then several months later who we are i mean. The pines changed podcast nineties. Thing that the kids have to get back to podcasting that thing. I do is available wherever you get your podcast. Every single wednesday. It's super cute. And their brand new. The podcast game. So if you're listening to late again right now. And it's tuesday head on over to apple head on over to spotify. Hit subscribe new little pop. Ups will come every wednesday. Let's give them all the lady gang. Love make them number one and all that good stuff and also st is playing the santa barbara bowl september seventeenth before they head out to some dates in europe. So that because it's going to be king epic and we'll probably be in the front row with our s. t. shirts on an credible so and backup might be filling in for sd. If third i we now we don't know but we're so happy for you and thanks for making time for us. You guys you guys love you. Podcast miami and we as.
"criss" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast
"Can set up a nel intravenous chocolate drip so i could become the costas loop of colorado. That's the we're going to feel better so that's one thing say please. I want amazon prime amazon fresh delivering me chocolate. Within an instant propaganda. I mean the lint balls are pretty good but you know i i don't want to melt down the balls i want. I want the cameras really next. So i a little bit of it. Insomniac to be little bit of an insomniac End sleeper sleep is precious. But i found recently day. Having a cold room really does help me so windows open. Maybe the little wafting the fan for the air that does help but also the right pillow does help as well. The right pillow is an essential item when it comes to fall asleep now have assaulted pillars over the years. And i didn't think much of it you know. I know people go rejection. Thread count sheets or whatever all of that trying to help them. See the pillows. The essential and i found the best pillow for me purely accident. My daughter left a pillow and it had a unicorn encased in a unit corner pillowcase. And it was made out of flannel. Now the soft floppiness of flannel unicom pillow has helped my slumber. I mean i. I have a really good sleep. This week is my soft chubby butler. Cheese hit the pillow and the magic of the unicorn. Home sort of infuses into my into my into my head relaxes me and the softness of the fluffy flannel. Maybe as i like talking all the time really eases me into the deep asleep in the last week cure. Four restlessness is simply the unicom flannel pillowcase. So my dearest dearest. Mother has become the jam making connoisseur. She has delighted in making fifty jaws raspberry jam now. I don't know i know. My father prefers the rasberry to the strawberry. But you know. I do a stormy john. I love ostrich but during the heady days in the uk recently the heat wave she was there a bubbling cauldron making this delightful red bubbly sweet masterpiece of rasberry jen. The thing is as the jam boiled and and the motorized on the thermometer so was her temper. I mean she was. It was on a knife edge of of possibly becoming a some sort of jam infused explosion in front of my dad. And my dad. You know my dad's a little bit fussy set of the united stepping his pinky finger in and tasting the jam and needs a little bit of a pattern and won't sat little bit running a drink for a stroll. all of those things. And i think it's frustrating and i honestly thought thought the jammed mamata was going to going to blow from hearing recounting the tale. So she's now they've now go to fridge. They get the basic need jam fridge because a semi awesome stuff but i did introduce to mother the idea over blackcurrant jam preserve and and i think i'm gonna win ahead. The problem being lover love the jamming. Get over here. That sounds like a good mother in a french translation. 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"criss" Discussed on Warp Lords Podcast
"The no you did not try to attack us. So you're attacked by a fire tornado. I see it's or maybe you turned into ash like like a burn down fire. Perhaps are there like any rooms on the doors for like things that might indicate. Like what the fuck go on there or does it seem to be some kind of portal. So there are rooms on the doors but they all seem potentially be random. Isn't the right word. But they don't lead you to believe is to where you are if that makes any sense you guys don't understand the the ruins that are on the door they're not common or bruins that are used in practice in any of your magic's religions anything do they look like the ones that were on my dancing. Okay so like. I think we might be on another played. I don't know which parts the illusion i saw. Were faking which were real. But when you say another plane do you mean like when we are in the place with the flower son like the same plane as that or like a new bespoke plane from the bespoke plan that we came from previous to the Plane that we were just on. That's a good question The illusion spoke to me and said that we were on the first pillar of the black queens plane kind of feeling in some words because they wouldn't tell me their name. Does any of that sad familiar to you. It might just be the illusion. I don't know. I thought i clocked you guys to that. No i never even saw the the black queen at all. I didn't think i did either. I get teleported back to where my parents live queen. Jc was the black queen. Also a spider saly. Is it obvious. It wasn't obvious at all. She could have been a tarantula for an example sources fighter. Well sorry yet got sized by their menu. Sorry the black queen. That i saw looked vaguely unglue off but as i got closer there seemed to be some like tentacle like things over all these fires. Don't need for that. That hurts to hereafter traveling with you for so long. But i can't say i'm surprise. I mean has yes. Yes the funding steph doors. That are you yes boise. Let me out of there. Are you sure you wanna health amount. After the things that he just didn't think he was actually all right. Everybody group up in a circle kind of kind of like a hug but not exactly. That's close. I'm gonna crawl. Let me use my sewing to close his wounds. I give them substantial. They're not physical while not all of. I just really want to use that. So gail i'll find a use for it eventually. Suturing i was just going to to just. He'll like normal. But you can do that if if you want you might potentially create more wounds so you should go. I if you're going to do that you can go all right. I'm sorry rhubarb. I thought this was an i've been fucked is procedural here. My freaked the biggest wis to the campaign. It was criss angel doing this house. Does anyone else me tailing or is it just..
Biden Visits Philly to Celebrate Amtrak, Promote Infrastructure
"President Biden wasting no time after this week's address before a joint session of Congress traveling to Philadelphia today to try and sell his spending proposals to the American people from jobs, the infrastructure, education and child care, the president's proposals will cost trillions. I spoke with Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace about how the president will convince the public and Republican skeptics that it's all worth the hefty price tag. President the White House they've made a calculation. That because of all the money, and there were trillion dollar packages passed under President Trump in with the Republican Senate that that isn't a red line as much as it used to be in the past. And that there are would be greater acceptance for it. And, you know, look, you're talking about things that directly affect you're not bailing out Wall Street here. You're talking about money for community colleges money for four childcare. Having said that there's a lot of resistance from Republicans, especially to the tax increases and even some from more moderate. Democrats just that the enormous price tag So do I think they're going to pass something? Yes. Do I think they're going to pass the full $4? Trillion? No, probably not on those lines Criss. You had some high praise for the president's speech this week before a joint session of Congress, he said. It's going to be a popular speech with the American people. What did you think that and which people do you believe I could be happy with it? People who are getting something You know, I wasn't really saying that it would. The speech was good or bad. I just think as a political assessment, it's going to be popular, because basically what he's saying is, I'm going to give you a lot of stuff. $4 trillion with worth of stuff, whether, as I say it's child care or new bridges or You know, better airports or expanding broadband. And guess what? You're not gonna have to pay for it because big corporations and people making over $400,000 a year are are gonna have to
"criss" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Some senators have questioned, but Sarah's experience for the HHS job but the former California attorney general Blanche to highlight his work on health policy, including the Affordable Care Act. Cold. Gillian CBS NEWS Washington More history is on the way. Senate confirmation hearings are expected to begin for Deb Holland's the first Native American nominated for a Cabinet seat. She is up for interior secretary. It's a 21 and nurses unite. That story is next. When we predict the storm is on the way up. We need some scrapers. Probably one or two of those will track the storms give you the latest time frame. So for the sidewalk and the impact on the road to I'm talking canned everything WBC Storm center until you busy. You can never have too many beans. You get it. You get it sent your personal storm. Boston's news radio. The Sentinel group, sponsors this paid advertisement for legal services and is responsible for legal services. Attention, have you or a loved one been diagnosed with cancer after using Zantac or other heartburn medications For several months, the FDA has warned that Zantac and other medications containing heartburn drug related in May be contaminated with cancer causing agent ND M A Zantac may be linked to these cancers. Bladder, colorectal, esophageal, intestinal, kidney, liver, ovarian, pancreatic, stomach, testicular and uterine If you or a loved one had been diagnosed with cancer after using Zantac or other heartburn medications for several months, call now. 803 995446 never stopped taking medication without first consulting a physician call right now for a free consultation. You maybe old, significant compensation. Call 803 995446 803 995446. That's 803 99544 cents. Into the world of tomorrow's monsters, a scripted podcast storing Golden Globe nominee John Boyega and Emmy winner Darren Criss in this side fi thriller Podcast,.
"criss" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"In a legal brief filed this week, Trump's defense asserting Trump did not direct anyone to commit lawless actions, adding those who did did so of their own accord and citing these words from Trump's speech as proof everyone here will soon be marching over to the Capitol building. Peacefully and patriotic Lee make your voices heard. Most GOP senators have already showed strong support for Trump calling the trial counterproductive. Conviction is unlikely. The first time since October, Ohio reported less than 2000 new covert 19 cases Monday, though 36 more people have died. Ohio also saw its seventh straight day of covert 19 hospitalization, staying below 2500. If that trend continues into Thursday, Governor Mike DeWine could lift the 11 o'clock to 5 A.m. covert related curfew vaccinations, meanwhile, also now available for those 65 older In the state. Kentucky, meanwhile, reported its lowest daily Cove in total case since December Governor Andy Beshear announcing just over 1000 new cases of the virus yesterday, along with 40 additional deaths. Snow. The big story this morning. Hazardous driving conditions. Take it easy if you have to be out. But again, the advice is to stay home if you can. The forecast is coming up next into the world of tomorrow's monsters. A thrilling SciFi podcast are in Golden Globe nominee John Boyega and Emmy winner Darren Criss, a mysterious hero infiltrates a shadowy corporation bent on changing human biology forever. All the repercussions when we give corporations direct Access to our brains. At what point.
"criss" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Winner Darren Criss in this side fi thriller, A shadowy corporation seeks to enhance human evolution by eliminating the need for sleep first. Ah, human without sleep, then a human without fear, then a human with perfect memory. Humankind's 2.0 Listen to tomorrow's monsters on the I Heart radio app or wherever you get your podcasts. Do you need a good night's sleep? You know not five or six hours, but seven very good hours of uninterrupted sleep. Make your dreams come true with a my pillow Get well rested in sleep in luxury with a my pillow that will be perfectly fit Just for you my pillow from change your sleep experience, get a standard or queen premium My pillow originally selling for 69 98 for only 20. 9 98. That's a $40 savings. Get a king size for only $5 more. My pillow pillows are machine washable, and they won't go flat. Plus, they're made right here in the USA Get the lowest prices ever right now don't like it. You can always return it with their 60 Day. Money Back guarantee. Call 809 5 to 16 37 or go to my pillow dot com And don't forget the code WBZ That's 809 5 to 16 37 or my pillow dot com code. WBZ for the best night's sleep. You'll ever have call 809 5 to 16 37. And don't forget the code WBZ with patriots soft with dot com accounting in payroll, Keep your time And by Mike Kapil here serial entrepreneur Way entrepreneurs are always improving hard listening skills. My dad told me at age 29. Michael, You're a man. Now You're about to be married. You have responsibilities. You'd be a fool to start your own business. I did what any loving son would do. I started five of them. Didn't listen.
"criss" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"You who are diehard fans of the Jodi McDonald Show. You know, when you hear this That signifies the fact that we are going to have a Mac Daddy tweet of the day. We're not gonna have a Mac daddy tweeted today. Today I put the Mac daddy tweeted today on hiatus when the coronavirus started to sidetrack our entire lives. I still have faith in our country and our people. And my neighbors in everyone out there in our medical community in our leaders that someday we're gonna be back the coronavirus. We're not there yet. We've done a nice job of stemming the curb, but we haven't beaten it completely back down, so I'm not bringing back the Mac Daddy. Tweeted the day just yet, But I did see this on Twitter and man, you could have knocked me over with a feather. Ah, flow. Do you don't recognize that little musical Didi that we play. It is jump jump by Criss cross. A two young and when I say young, I mean teenagers who were hip hop artists years ago, and that was a song that they made jump jump, and I always like to sound a bit. And it was the crisscross was composed of the Mac Daddy and the Daddy Mac. So that's why we call it the Mac Daddy tweet of the day. And we play that little ditty. Peritus s O. I don't want to bring the Mack Daddy of the daddy Mac tweeted today back yet, but I found out that today with the anniversary, where crisscross released the jump jump song. 29 years ago, 29 years ago. Holy macro and my old Holy Mac. You macro are criss cross old. I remembered him his little teenagers singing that song on MTV and B, E T and Now they're middle aged guys. I'll have to look it up for you Tell you exactly how old they were when they put that song come jump out. But today was the 29th anniversary of the release of that song. Damn time flies when you're having fun. Anyhoo, I just want to give a tip of the cap note of acknowledgement to crisscross, who released.
"criss" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"If Brady wins tomorrow, he goes to seven championships. And Patrick Mahomes would be stuck. On one That's six championships difference between the two That makes the passing of the torch less likely, surely not impossible, but more possible If Mahomes finds a way to help his chiefs when a game tomorrow, and that's the way I'm leaning, I was leaning that way from the time we knew the matchup was coming in. I think it's going to be a real competitive game. I think it's going to be a high scoring game, even though the number has come down. Of 55 a half It wasn't 57. A half came down pretty quickly. But some pretty good money, I guess came in on the under because they think the oddsmakers said it too big to begin with came down to 56. Pretty darn quickly. And today I'm seeing a 55.5. Oh, I think they're going to combine for 60 points. That is one of the place. I'll give you when I run through some of my props because some places let you actually move the under over line. And if you move it the right way you can either get use, You can pay. Let's pay more to just get it into a place where you feel more comfortable. Oh, I think there's gonna be points scored. I think both corporate quarterbacks and coaches, they're just gonna let it rip. So I think we're looking at the game. One of the two teams are gonna be in the thirties, and the other one is gonna be damn close to it. So I think 55 a half is an easy number would do a lot of that over the course of game. Anything. You want to talk about the matchup. Get your phone's going immediately. 855 to 1 to 4 to 27 Yard before guests. I've got coming to an hour number two. Rich Ackerman, Matt Rotheram Bobby a bear, the former NFL quarterback, a little later and Orlando Ledbetter. From Atlanta will also hop aboard. I get the phones open right now. 855 to 1 to 4 to 27 the other thing. I will take your tweets. I'll take them right now. Had hit me there, Billy Jack or There It is, For those of you who are diehard fans of the Jodi McDonald Show. You know, when you hear this? That signifies the fact that we are going to have a Mac Daddy tweet of the day. We're not gonna have a Mac daddy tweeted today. Today I put the Mac daddy tweeted today on hiatus when the coronavirus started to sidetrack our entire lives. I still have faith in our country and our people. And my neighbors in everyone out there in our medical community in our leaders that someday we're gonna be back the coronavirus. We're not there yet. We've done a nice job of stemming the curb, but we haven't beaten it completely back down, so I'm not bringing back the Mac Daddy. Redid the day just yet, But I did see this on Twitter and man, you could have knocked me over with a feather float. Do you don't recognize that little musical Didi that we play. It is jump jump. I crisscross. A two young and when I say young, I mean Teenagers who were hip hop artists years ago, and that was a song that they made jump jump, and I always liked the sound of it. And it was the Criss cross was composed Dub the Mac Daddy and the Daddy Mac. So that's why we call it the Mac Daddy tweet of the day. And we play that little ditty. Peritus s O. I don't want to bring the Mack Daddy of the daddy Mac tweeted today back yet, but I found out that today with the anniversary, where crisscross released the jump jump song. 29 years ago, 29 years ago. Holy macro and my old Holy Mac. You macro are criss cross old. I remember him. His little teenagers singing that song on MPV and B, E T and Now they're middle aged guys. I'll have to look it up for you and tell you exactly how old they were when they put that song jump jump out. But today was the 29th anniversary of the release of that song. Damn time flies when you're having fun. Anyhoo, uh, just want to give a tip of the cap note of acknowledgement to crisscross, who released 29 years ago today could knock me over with a feather. I join. I kill you on CBS Sports Radio. It's the day before the big game Super Bowl 55. Who may be the best quarterback matchup we've ever had in the Super Bowl, the all time greatest against the guy who you could only point to one individual who may be able to take the title from him some day. Top of that list would be Patrick Mahomes. Tomorrow's opposition for Tom Brady and his bucks..
"criss" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers
"It's my number one movie of the year. It's the best animated thing. I saw very nice. Yeah jake for me. It was going to be wolf walker until i walked soul two days ago and now soul is my thousand and twenty animated movie of the year. yeah i was kinda gobsmacked by this movie i didn't know what to expect I just saw the trailer. I saw his trailer over a year ago. And i knew that the general premise but not much more than that and this is from the same writers that did inside out and you can kind of see what's going on there. It's kinda the same existential plot line where you're putting forum in physics to a lot of these ideas that don't really exist on a physical plane. a super amazing fantastic score from trent reznor and atticus ross here. I didn't know they had this kind of thing in them. A really blown away by the music. They made this film and yeah absolutely. Love this if you haven't seen this yet. I think it's definitely worth checking out. I wasn't the biggest fan of the other. Picks are offering this year. I don't dislike onward by any means. But i don't know it just didn't do much for me and so was happy to see pixar back the top of its format this one. I enjoyed onward quite a bit. I i liked it more than soul. But i didn't like sulfur for certain reasons we'll get into but i know that like it hit a lot of people like a lot of people love soul so that's a good pick pixar doesn't do a lot wrong. Pixar makes them great. Buchan animated movies now it seems like sequel server. They struggled with the most kind of stop after one move yet to get a better place largest never make cars. Cars was such a huge hit with young as he is such a huge hit with young boys. Young boys love card even cars. One is terrible. Though i fucking hated i fucking hated cars. One was awful. It's the whole larry. The cable guy factor of all. I know it's it's it's not a good movie honorable. Mentions for me al. I'll get. I'll get these out of the way superman man of tomorrow. This is the story of a young clark kent superman. It's got him taking on parasite in this one. Some great stuff with logo showing up in this one. I fucking absolutely loved logo in this. Darren criss was clark kent. Alexandra daddario is lois. Lane zachary quinto played lex luther. I love superman man of tomorrow. I thought it was a lot of fun. Superman red son. The dc animated movie where young cowbell lands on a farm in russia..
Loneliness and Litigation: A Lawyer's Case Study
"Doctor. Freiberg welcome to the show. Thank you so very much dr freiberg. We are here to discuss loneliness. And i promise. We're going to get to that. But i'd be remiss if i didn't ask your thoughts on the differences between being a social psychologist and a lawyer. What's that like well. It proved interesting for me. I became a social psychologist. I and i was professor for a decade at boston university. And then i had a chance to go across the river and go to harvard law school so i wasn't gonna turn that down. I became a lawyer and then it pretty quickly became clear that criss crossing the to expertise gave me of field of work. It was unlike anybody else. No one else in in boston. Had both degrees and they're pretty quickly became what was sort of called around towns. The site lawyer. Boston's psych lawyer so institutions and agencies anything to do with psychiatry or psychology or clinical. Social work asked me to be their general counsel and it was in the context of being general counsel that i heard about so many clinical cases and that became the material for my research. You define loneliness differently from others. Can you tell us about that. Indeed what i thought. I discovered over thirty five years of being council to a great percentage of boston. Psychiatrists psychologists and clinical social workers was that they kept reporting more and more loneliness sure. Their clients had other issues as well but the clients kept talking about being enormously disconnected from others not having anybody to live with anybody in their life nobody to call more and more as the years went by loneliness became ever more present. I started just think about this topic and the more i researched it. It struck me that loneliness is not an emotion like anger or happiness. It's a sensation like hunger or thirst so just since our body tells us up were hungry thirsty it also says. I feel really lonely and disconnected. After hearing that definition it makes a little more sense this next statement because you consider chronic loneliness a public health crisis of the first order. They surgeon general of the united states. Vivek murthy the nineteenth surgeon general about a decade ago said we are actually experienced an epidemic of loneliness about thirty five percent of the american population in two thousand ten reported feeling chronically lonely and what i mean by that we all feel lonely from time to time. How could we not. But that's not like being chronically. Lonely just like being sad it's not like being clinically depressed. As a huge difference. Chronic loneliness is in the land in the last fifty years evermore so and it correlates with much worse health in much shorter life span. So it's serious. It sounds very serious but one of the things that i keep thinking about is people are enmeshed around other people may have social media so even when you're at home you're around other people. We work in offices. Now i know cove it has changed that a little bit but i just. I'm trying to think of the last time that i was truly alone. And i can't come up with it even as i sit here interviewing you. My phone will ding. I'm never not surrounded by people. I guess my question is how can people still feel so lonely. Given how connected our world is. But that's the key question because there are two pathways to loan one. Pathway is being alone being isolated being disconnected but a different pathway is being surrounded by people as you described but not benefiting from those relationships not feeling nourished not feeling nurtured not feeling sues. People are objectively lonely. 'cause they're all divorced off from anybody they don't have anybody in their lives but just as many people become chronically lonely surrounded by others
Globalization is ending. What's next?
"We are at the end of globalization. We taken globalization for granted and as it drifts into history. We're going to miss. The second wave of globalization begun in the nineties and it delivered a great deal. Billions of people rose out of poverty. More impressively both prattled congress like vietnam and bangladesh increased by over six times in the last twenty years. The number of democracies rose in countries as diverse as chile malaysia. Estonia held free and fair elections. The role of women improved in many parts of the world. If you look at wages policy and companies like spain or access to education in countries like saudi arabia economically supply chains spread like webs around the world with car parts criss crossing borders before the final product. Coming into place is also changed the way we live now. it's changed our diets. It's changed how we communicate how we consume news. An entertainment how we travel and how we work but no globalization is on its deathbed. It's run into the limitations of its own. Success inequality a new record levels of business for example world to gdp is now pushing that was not seen since the polio wars. Two hundred years ago. Show us that. The advantages of globalization have been mis directed. The global financial crisis was the result of this mismanagement. And since then policymakers have done little but contain rather than solve the problems of our age. Now some highly globalised countries. Such as arlanda in the netherlands managed to improve income inequality in their countries by better distributing the bounties of globalization to higher taxes and social welfare programs. Other countries have not been as good russia. And especially the united states hub extreme levels of wealth in policy more extreme even during the time of the roman empire and this is convinced. Many people that globalization is against them and that the bounties of globalization have not been shared with the many a now in twenty twenty were confronted by the pandemic which has shaken the groaned under us on further exposed the frailties of the globalized world order in past international crisis. Most of them economic or geopolitical the hers usually ultimately been a sense of a committee to save the world leaders leading nations would come together but this time uniquely there has been no such collaboration against the backdrop of trade wars. Some countries like the. Us have outbid others for masks. There's been hacking of vaccine programs on common enemy. The pandemic has not been met with the common response to any hope that we might have a world vaccine or world. Recovery program is in vain. Snow worth the end over nira in history. An era that began with the fall of communism that set in train the flow of trade of finance of people under ideas
Rolling Stones Drop ‘Scarlet,’ Previously Unreleased 1974 Track Featuring Jimmy Page (Listen)
"The Stones rolled out details their upcoming goat's head soup box set earlier this past month, But the most exciting elements for their fans was a previously unreleased song. According with Jimmy Page that you're listening to year called Scarlet sets not coming out to a September the fourth. But this week, the band released the highly anticipated track. Song was cut in October in 1974 with Keith Richards, Jimmy Page, both handling guitar duties and traffics Rick Gretch on the base. Pete says. My recollection is that we walked in at the end of a Zeppelin session. They were just leaving and we were booked in next and I believe that Jimi decided to stay. We weren't actually cutting. It is a track was basically just a demo was to get the feel of it, but it came out well over the line up like that. You know, we better be using it. 1975 page told Rolling Stone that Rolling Stone magazine that he thought the track was supposed to be a B side of a stones record. It sounded very similar style and mood to those blonde on blonde tracks. Jimmy said. He was great. Really good. We stayed up all night when down Island Studios where Keith put some reggae guitars over one section. I just put some solos on it. It was eight in the morning and next day before he was able to do that. I remember first, jamming this song with Jimmy and Keith in Ronnie's basement student, Jang said his great session. A new edition of Goat's head soup also features previously unreleased tracks Criss cross and all the rage along with the rare demos and a complete concert, taped at a gig in Belgium in 1973. Stones originally planned on touring American football Stadium this year, But certainly that gonna happen this year anyway. During the down time, they've released a new song called Living in a Ghost Town. The first original songs. He's 2012. So the stones are at it. Interesting, Jimmy Page story. Never heard this one before. No, I like the song though. It's very Yeah, I kind of did, too. Yes, I didn't know if I love seeing old documentaries. We've been watching a lot of stuff about Laurel Canyon and like Ringo was actually really good friends with Mickey Dolenz, the drummer for the Monkeys, which was always a joke that the monkeys were created to be like the American beetles. And so it's it's I like seeing who was actually friends with whom and to see that I never knew Jimmy Page in the Stones ever had any crossover and the fact that he played on the song is really cool. Jimmy Page lives in a house across the street from Murray Gellar's old house in Sonny. And apparently, he's quite noisy in the neighbourhood,
'Glee' star Naya Rivera died from drowning, autopsy rules
"Star Naya Rivera saved her son before disappearing and dine in like pyro. Rivera's four year old son told investigators his mother boosted boosted him him back back onto onto the the rented rented bow bow just just before before slipping slipping underwater. underwater. We're We're confident confident the the body body we we found found is is that that of of Nyah Nyah Rivera. Rivera. Rivera's Rivera's parents parents visiting visiting Lake Lake Piru. Piru. Just hours after the discovery, the 33 year old was last seen on surveillance video. Authorities say she then FaceTime, her family that video key evidence guiding the search. Her son described. Being helped into the boat by 9%. He looked back and saw her disappear. Under the surface of the water. More than 100 personnel aided in the challenging search, Rivera's former glee co stars joining her family and friends on the Lake Shore. Her career began as a child actor, Mr It was her bolstering voice that catapulted Rivera into the spotlight, playing Santana Lopez, a character that resonated with so many in the LGBTQ community coming to terms with her sexuality as a queer woman. She is the best thing shattering cultural stereotypes as the only Hispanic member of the Glee Club. You don't even know enough to be embarrassed about these stereotypes that you're perpetuating its not fair, her former co stars now morning the devastating loss on social media. Demi Lovato, who played her girlfriend Ugly, calling Rivera's character groundbreaking and Darren Criss writing. I was constantly moved by the degree to which she took care of her family and how she looked out for her friends. Amy, this glee cast has experienced tragic loss before. Yesterday was the anniversary of the death of Cory Monty, the show's leading man. He died seven years ago. So much for this young cast to endure. That's a B C's Kaylee
How coronavirus is changing the 2020 presidential campaign
"For you states are holding another round of primaries Tuesday the democratic presidential candidates have been forced to adapt due to a coronavirus concerns ABC's Rachel Scott is in Washington candidates are now campaigning from a distance rallies canceled door knocking called off and that democratic debate happening tomorrow will not have a live audience all of these changes come during a critical stage of the democratic primary we are just seventy two hours out from the next round of contests and this is typically the time when former vice president Joe Biden and senator Bernie Sanders will be criss crossing the country trying to reach out to every
Sanders and Buttigieg aren't competing for the same voters Tuesday. But they are competing, and fiercely.
"Good morning from Manchester the final days of this New Hampshire primary are always frenetic candidates criss crossing the state add saturating the airwaves new attacks on the stump and across the internet as we come on the air this morning the latest tracking poll show Bernie Sanders and lead people to judge right behind with moment in out of Iowa Elizabeth Warren Joe Biden Amy called which are stuck in a second tier was survival on the line our debate Friday night was the feisty is this campaign the attacks continued all through Saturday and I sat down with former vice president Biden right after emotional speech where he took on his opponents and the president I lost a lot my much like many of you have correction took away my wife and daughter lost my son beau like many of you don't but I'll be do if I'm going to stand by and lose my country to we began the interview with those first lines from Friday's debate were biting seem resigned to a loss here in New Hampshire now let's be realistic I think it's always coming up to fight when you're running against two people who are neighboring senators you know the deal for anyone here and every senator by twenty points last time so I I think it is an uphill fight but I think it's a fight will do moment but then you're gonna be looking history because you know that you know the history here no one is coming hello second in Iowa New Hampshire has ever won the nomination well no one is ever won the nomination without being able to get rumors force now African American communities and so far no one's been due to that but me look the thing that changes a selection is everybody in the Democratic Party June on one thing you have to be Donald Trump in order to do that everybody knows you've got to bring out the black vote and the brown wrote he got to be able to do it I've been able to do that so far so I don't think it's viewed the same way as it has been in the past even taking the right to to mayor Pete and I basically been organ he's not ready to be president I did it with the back in two thousand seven reset another candidate was when the president was Brock upon your **** you ready he said I think he can be ready but right now I don't believe he is the presidency is not something that lends itself to on the job training I think that I stand by the statement let's get some straight here I did the tech Pete Peterson attacking me he's been saying the reason we're in the problem right now is because of the recent past that's eight years will bomb in may I don't get the I don't understand and I think he is completely misunderstood or misrepresent my record I'm doing a great deal I've gotten off line don't both as a senator as vice president and he talks about him be ready well I managed at nine hundred billion dollar recovery back with no waste or fraud it would build out his city I led the fight the president turned music get to try it out of this mess I know how to handle a city I was able to get to try it back on his feet that's why the merited toward indoors I've been I've been able to get the chemical weapons treaty passed I was responsible in large part for the what happened in Paris with John Kerry and so on so I don't understand how those things don't matter and I don't understand when they talk about the past why Barak was such a lousy president there's a pretty damned good president is locating people to judge a risk because people ages is been nothing more and he's a good guy I like him he's a smart guy but he's been the mayor of the city smaller in the city right now is what has he done what is who is he pulled together does he knowing the foreign leaders has been able to I mean Barak Obama was a different story Barack Obama came from a large stadiums United States Senate run before he'd been involved in international he had a clear vision of what he thought the world should look like and so on so but it is very different situation your campaign put out a pretty tough video on the mayor earlier today they also reference the fact that he had fired an African American police chief in an ad and forced out in African American fire chief are you basically saying that the mayor but a judge has a race problem no no I'm saying he had been able to unify the black community that's what I'm saying the the most senior members of city council African American momentum doors me I never met the rest for the doors and so I think look in order to win George you're gonna have to be able to win states like Pennsylvania you do have to be able to win Florida remember even when a lot of places in fact I'm very diverse populations and so the assertion that he's ready across the board I don't see it I haven't seen that yet he's fired back today the campaign said that the fact he put out the video says a lot more about where you're where you are in this race and his record as mayor hello he's the one's been attacking me George I never said a word about him please talking from the beginning about how I don't have a record to run that by and all the problems from the past it was used to be Barack and me now I found out how probably Brockes so it's not just me as if I were named part of history and so I was responding to I haven't done this I responded to his attacks on me he also talked about the risk of taking it Democrats taken the label democratic socialism international election we surprise last night when only senator club chart join you in that concern no I was surprised but I think it's just a reality I mean look I have put in the late one Bernie Bernie calls himself a democratic socialist how you been around George as much as anybody you could win with that label your help somebody in Florida went with a label democratic socialist is every was going to go all the way down the line that's just gonna happen when North Carolina can win Pennsylvania you gonna win in those states in the Midwest it's not I'm not I didn't put a label Bernie calls himself a democratic socialist
Des Moines Register Poll of Iowa Caucusgoers Abruptly Shelved
"So Monday what is the first big test for the democratic presidential candidates first test for you know whichever party is not in power like the last time twenty sixteen the big test for presidential candidates of both sides the Iowa caucuses presence candid spent a lot of time and I will criss crossing the state they want to get that momentum into the primary season so they spend a lot of time there because you know it's the first one is the one that you know if you win this boy you you got the momentum going so what happened is and I thought some was fishy from the beginning to mourn register normally puts out a poll lease for less seventy six years they have over the weekend before the Iowa caucus saying who they they did do a poll and say who I want support well they slam they did they didn't release the poll on over the weekend they said it was because of some bad data that went into the pole I immediately thought no the bad data was the fact that Bernie Sanders won the pole and you guys don't want to admit it to CNN was part of that poll as well they're being the the media arm of the Democratic National Committee well they don't want Bernie Sanders up there we can't have that because Bernie Sanders he's up there talking about socialism things like that and as Democrats we firmly believe in those things but we can't say them out loud heaven forbid we wouldn't be able to do that so I thought that was kind of sneaky the way they did that then of course the Iowa caucus takes place and it's a total disaster because they're using this app they want to be hip and trendy go against what they've done for the previous hundred years that is use paper ballots in writing things down they're going to use this app on the app crashes turns out it was never tested and they had the back of that was going to be that they were going to call in to the precinct offices and give their results well unfortunately precinct
Iowa caucuses 2020: Latest updates
"And rubber joins us now from the state of Iowa Brian tell us where you are where you've been and where you're going so president trump balding a rally Thursday nights at Pete booted judge on Friday Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders Saturday Joe Biden on Sunday and of course all of these democratic candidates continue to criss cross the area so and they will be popping up all over the place although I do want to point out that with the impeachment proceedings obviously the senators have not been there clover char Bernie Sanders as well as Elizabeth Warren what about Iowa itself why is it always is such an important state it's the first it's the one you get the the first step off of it if you could win in Iowa chances are you've got a pretty good foothold as you look at New Hampshire and South Carolina Nevada some of these other states so you know if you go back in history not every person who's won the caucuses in Iowa has gone on to win the nomination but this is an interesting perspective for a lot of these candidates because Joe Biden for one is campaign is really pushing for a win here just for the sheer fact that they want people to initially immediately as the vote start getting salad they give this being a trump verses bite in eventual November match up so that's what they but try to ingrain in people's minds here tell us about the trump rally on Thursday night because between now and November we're going to be seeing a lot of these rallies what is one like and what are people saying at these rallies in this one a what made it unique is a couple things number one of course he took aim at the democratic candidates you made fun of booted judges Davey called Elizabeth Warren pocahantas and Joe Biden sleepy Joe and you know got the crowd riled up he also talked quite a bit about impeachment actually said while impeachment has been a bad time in America for the next administration for the Clinton administration he actually calls it a happy time for the trump administration saying that he's got more done tell us more about the typical Iowa voter Democrat or Republican what are they like and what are they looking for for president twenty twenty you know it's interesting because you've got people who would like to see Joe Biden get the nomination they're looking to steady the ship as it were have a more moderate Democrat come in and especially when you go up and down the eastern portion of highway that's more industrialized and you've got cities like Davenport's in into view okay these are places that would like to see maybe a democratic candidate that's a little more steady and then you go to the college towns and you look at places like Ames like Iowa city and this is where Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren have really been striking a trying to hit a tone especially with some of the younger people that maybe a more progressive candidate is the direction to go in believe it or not Andrew Yang is is made a lot of headway among the children they did a straw poll tens of thousands of Iowa teenagers voted and Andrew Yang was the big winner so he's seems to be getting some favor in the really young generation
A prime minister in campaigning mode?
"Meanwhile here in the U. K. parliament is in recess and all of that usually means British politics is in its will go slow the prime minister Boris Johnson has other ideas Bloomberg's Thomas penny reports I see criss crosses the country promising spending on hospitals run away some police sparking speculation he's preparing for a general election Johnson's doubling down on his threat to leave the E. U. revive to Dale and his opponents hardening that response but with that toll could votes of no confidence in a government of national unity they might be playing into the new prime is hands if he can try himself as a champion of brexit and his opponents is the enemies of democracy he might be able to build the support he needs to win a governing majority in the general election when it comes in London Thomas penny Bloomberg tie break Europe and it got really interesting matter because this morning the front page of the times is reporting Boris Johnson could refused to resign even if he loses that no confidence vote which expect to the beginning of September and that's on the plans being considered by Downing Street maxilla constitutional experts say technically on the little he probably could stay in and that's up for
Who is the mega-music manager Scooter Braun?
"Ron is maybe a who do you but he's a big he's made them in the music industry he he signed justin bieber 'em he he signed carly rae jepsen are queen he is responsible for a lot of careers but not only did he like signed and discovered these people he's very very good at keeping his clients it's kind of like out of trouble or at least like redeeming them because they ideas for manager he basically he has a manager i mean he has his own company has his own production company and all that stuff but you know he also found side he he gave us gangnam style basically that's not good at time i making a noise and he found he found he found side you find all these people but he also manages their careers and more more recently what what's interesting about scooter braun is that demi levato like out of rehab and immediately signed with him in very like this is the only person who could like handle my bullshit in a way like my situation because he did handle justin bieber slash kind of take care of him through justin bieber's dark period and now we see justin bieber i want you to look like i'm gonna make you a but he also stuck with him in dealt with him through his like bad boy face like and they think justin bieber was like stat that you're not my dad for like years scooter brown and he wherever there is an interesting 'em there's some profiles of him he's very mysterious on purpose so he's married woman named illu has your at ya ale on instagram i refuse to do any more information like any research about her but she's involved in this story because what happened was i'm really gonna try and do long story short watch i'm really gonna good timing when you turn it off a good time atomic archie they only thing you need to know about you i l is that she founded fucked cancer that like awareness organization station fundraising organization oh that's cool that spreads awareness about cancer to millennials millennials don't know about cancer it's one of those efforts that like you can't really been moon but i'm sort of like i don't understand the point you're okay i don't know what it does move on long story short i'm gonna mention taylor swift as little as i can in this explanation taylor swift is with this recor company called big machine they discovered her meaning they gave her they maybe then discover but they gave her her first first recording contract right so killer slips a long time the longtime guy who owns is very company's name scott be there's a sport there's millions of scott's in the story it's so confusing scott be is the guy who runs big machine he's run it for a long time taylor's dad scott smith scott s a scott swift my god scott s is on the board of directors because he's a big investor is he on the border is he in
Scaring Birds Off With Lasers
"Farber maybe one who owns a cherry orchard in the Pacific northwest. You'll note have to defend your crops against birds some birds starlings fly in flocks to three thousand large in such numbers. They can cause twenty to thirty percent damage loss in crop yields. That's a huge problem keeping the birds at various, no, easy fix. A few scarecrows won't be enough for large farms, Scott boxes and propane cannons or inefficient, and are nor the neighbors falconers can be very expensive while falcons themselves are prone to unexpected departures leaving crops exposed now some north west farmers are installing automated lasers to protect their fruits mounted on metal posts the lasers looked like security cameras, and they shoot beams that criss cross in Radic patterns at four AM during peak bird activity, the l-. Lasers are. Imposing webs of green light Ackerman and a garland to distributes farm technology like these lasers says a Burs likely see the laser beams as physical barriers would scare them away. These lasers are engineered by the Netherlands based bird control group. They're designed to project raise downwards. So that no stray beams catch a pilot's. I in the air. The jury is still out as to whether the lasers harm birds estate on Fernandez hurt chick and his team Purdue University are in studies now to determine if the lasers exposed birds to harmful effects that could damage their is trial experiments in twenty fifteen by marine scientists found a wide variation in birds responses to lasers depending on species type and time of day. There's moment of science comes from Indiana University. I'm Don glass, and I'm Cassandra.
Holly Madison and Pasquale Rotella split after nearly 5 years of marriage
"Celebrity couples news, a Holly, Madison and pass quality Rotella. Splitting up after five years of marriage. An insider tells people dot com that the pair split over the summer and that Holly Madison's now living in L A and doing all right in the former playboy model and the electric daisy carnival founder began dating in two thousand eleven and they welcomed their daughter rainbow Aurora in March of two thousand thirteen we begged her not to marry him. Yeah. I kind of remember that. Because he was being investigated for like. Asia. And we're like what do you want to marry that guy for? Yes, you do think it was a little too much for her to get too little too much. Because she was with criss angel before the name with half harbor long. I loved her book. We I remember. Inside the rabbit hole or something. Oh that is a big red flag. Yeah. We'll hope she's doing well