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Fresh update on "cullen" discussed on Balance of Power
"Jerry Lee Lewis Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash took place I'm Chris garageio And I'm dedic Pellegrini in the Bloomberg tri state area newsroom And Omar Khan COVID cases are on the rise in the tri state area Growing number of countries meantime limiting holiday celebrations and boosting travel checks as the variant spreads And the nation's top infectious disease doctor Anthony Fauci tells us all Macron is highly transmissible and spreading further than we know already We absolutely have community spread in this country We don't know how many of them but there's no doubt that this community spread And Fauci with us there on Bloomberg radio and television And Doctor John Brown Steven Boston children says with the holidays upon us this is just plain old bad timing A new variant thrown into the mix is exactly what we don't want at this time And brownstein Fauci and others say get vaccinated Supply chain issues intensifying as the holiday shopping deadlines near Michael Cullen senior portfolio manager at pgim fixed income telling us the guidance we saw in yesterday's jobs report actually signaled that the coming weeks inflation numbers won't be as hot as something The average wage gains of those jobs was a little bit lower right Because these are lower paying service jobs The jobs where we have all the shortages So those are coming back So this is actually a good story for a moderation in inflation And Collins with us their own Bloomberg radio and television An investigation continues after a Columbia University grad student was stabbed while walking home from soccer practice Thursday night and morningside heights friends say it's hard to believe he's gone He was as smart full of full of life and especially full of art I think that that's the way that people are going to remember And.
Fresh update on "cullen" discussed on It's Been A Minute
"Said that It is very simple I share three quotes from this week of news You have to guess who said it or get a keyword or two guess what the story is about I'll give you a lot of hints I'll be really bad at keeping score and there will be no buzzers or prizes Okay Love that Okay Love low stakes So I'm just going to say the quote and just yell out the answer when you think you have it Sounds good Here's the first quote May you continue to shine like a diamond who said that Bella swan to Edward Cullen I actually am not sure I mean will I say I'll guess Lady Gaga This phrase was uttered about a pop star who has Rihanna It was Rihanna Who said it about her The ambassador to Barbados That's close enough I'll give it to you I'll give either of you one more chance to be a little more specific about what barbadian official said that quote So what type of person would be doing this Maybe the president Yes that's it That's the president is close enough I will give it to you Fran That quote actually comes from the prime minister of Barbados Mia Motley And this week at a ceremony Motley and other officials declared Rihanna the national hero of Barbados The design for national hero of Barbados Ambassador Robin Rihanna Fenty And in this declaration they quoted Rihanna's hit song from 2012 called diamonds May you continue to shine like a diamond and bring honor to your nation by your words by your actions and to do credit I like wherever you shall go.
Fresh update on "cullen" discussed on Bloomberg Law
"Tuesday That's the word from the Kremlin as tensions mount over a massive Russian troop buildup along the border with Ukraine Secretary of State Anthony blinken said this week the U.S. has evidence that Russia is making plans for a large scale attack on the state Biden has condemned Russia's actions The head of the CDC says the federal agency is moving aggressively to identify and respond to cases of the COVID auton variant in the U.S. doctor Rochelle Walensky told reporters that the CDC is equipped and prepared to fight the threat head on The parents of the accused Michigan school shooter are pleading not guilty to all four counts of involuntary manslaughter against them A judge set bond at a half $1 million each after prosecutors argued the pair remain a flight risk Police say the crumblies bought the gun their 15 year old son used to kill four classmates and wound 7 others in the mass shooting at the Detroit area high school That's the latest I'm Julie Ryan And I'm dedic Pellegrini in the Bloomberg tri state area newsroom And Omar Khan COVID cases are on the rise in the tri state area Growing number of countries meantime limiting holiday celebrations and boosting travel checks as the variant spreads And the nation's top infectious disease doctor Anthony Fauci tells us Omar is highly transmissible and spreading further than we know already We absolutely have community spread in this country We don't know how many of them but there's no doubt that this community spread And Fauci with us there on Bloomberg radio and television And Doctor John Brown stick in Boston children says with the holidays upon us this is just plain old bad timing A new variant thrown into the mix is exactly what we don't want at this time And brownstein Fauci and others say get vaccinated Supply chain issues intensifying is the holiday shopping deadline sneer Michael Cullen senior portfolio manager at PGM fixed income telling us the guidance we saw in yesterday's jobs report actually signaled that the coming weeks inflation numbers won't be as hot as something The average wage gains of those jobs was a little bit lower right Because these are lower paying service jobs the jobs where we have all the shortages So those are coming back So this is actually a good story for a moderation in inflation And Collins with us there on Bloomberg radio and television An investigation continues after a Columbia University grad student was stabbed while walking home from soccer practice Thursday night and morningside heights friends say it's hard to believe he's gone.
No. 5 Notre Dame beats Stanford 45-14, awaits playoff fate
"Notre Dame semi final hopes remain very much alive after Jack Cullen threw for two touchdowns and ran for another helping the C. F. P. number five fighting Irish hammer Stanford forty five fourteen Coney finished twenty six of thirty five for three hundred forty five yards with a one yard TD run in the third quarter the average carry twenty four nothing lead into halftime and blank the cardinal till cone threw an interception on the first drive of the third quarter setting up Austin Jones five yard scoring run the Irish have won seven straight since a loss to Cincinnati Stanford has dropped seven straight since an upset win of then number three Oregon I'm Dave Ferrie
Stores kick off Black Friday but pandemic woes linger
"The nation's largest retail trade group predicts a double digit increase in holiday sales the national retail federation expects sales to increase both in store and online in November and December somewhere between twenty five and ten point five percent Catherine Cullen is the NRF senior director of industry and consumer insights she says after dealing with Colbert restrictions last year many people are anxious to return to the stores this holiday season people like shopping in stores for gas because it let them touch and feel a product key it in person Kelen says an estimated one hundred fifty eight million people plan to shop either in store or online over the thanksgiving weekend I'm Mike Hampton
Holiday season moves into high gear but challenges remain
"Buoyed by solid hiring healthy pay gains in substantial savings shoppers are returning to stores in splurging industry experts expect record breaking sales this holiday season the national retail federation predicts an increase as much as ten and a half percent compared with last year senior director Catherine Cullen we're expecting you know and we've got a hundred and fifty eight knowing and shoppers adult your people who are already planning to shop Colin says many don't plan to wait until Friday a lot of retailers offered their deals across mobile channels across Europe E. commerce bank that while it's in stores and so there's a little less pressure for consumers to sort of lined up the way they may have in the past the big question with the supply shortages higher prices and staffing issues might leave shoppers disappointed I'm Ben Thomas
No. 8 Irish ride Coan's arm, defense to 34-6 win over Navy
"Jetcoin completed twenty three of twenty nine passes for two hundred sixty nine yards and a touchdown as C. F. P. number ten Notre Dame something maybe thirty four six Cullen toss a seventy yard scoring pass to Kevin Austin late in the first half was covered too we ran the same play before and I knew that I was open play before so I was kind of like you know I'm open I'm open on the sideline coach guys yelling at him and so you know we were in the play again and obviously you know the results you know speaks for itself Karen Williams ran for ninety five yards and two TV's on seventeen carries helping the fighting Irish rack up four hundred thirty total yards maybe control the clock with thirty four and a half minutes of possession but the midshipmen completed just one pass for eighteen yards and rushed for one hundred sixty six yards I'm Dave very
Heating up: World leaders take center stage at climate talks
"It's time for more than one hundred fifty de does to feel the heat they will trips to the podium that's crucial international climate talks in Scotland and talk about what their country is going to do about the threat of global warming from president Joe Biden to Seychelles president waldholtz Jonah Charles from Cullen Phil say how the nation will do its utmost challenge colleagues to do more and generally turn up the rhetoric British prime minister Boris Johnson is expected to say during the opening session humanity has long since run down the clock on climate change it's one minute to midnight and we need to act now and then the leaders will leave the idea is that they will do the big political give and take something out of the broad outlines of agreement and then have all the government officials how much out the nagging but crucial details I'm Charles de Ledesma
Exploring the Inner Hebrides
"In some ways. The traditions of scotland survive most vividly in its islands off the west coast. These are the hebrides we've invited to of our favorite scottish guides into the studio to share stories and tips on their favorite islands. Liz listener is from fife. Cullen mirrors is from glasgow. And they're both here with us now to share a little better understanding of scotland's inner hebrides. Thanks for joining us. Thank you he cullen when you Think about the hebrides. We hear that word a lot hebrides. These are the islands off of the west scotland. But there's inner and outer hebrides. What's the story there. So and our hebrides. They're basically the ones that are closer to mainland scotland to hebrides further out. So probably most people going to visit islands of scotland and are of to access lists when you're thinking of the inner hebrides which ones are your favorites in which one's the most popular with tourists. Well open which is on the west coast of scotland is known as the charing cross of the islands as the saying the air unto the lord belongs and all the it contains except the kyle's in the western isles for these are all mic planes mcleans caledonian mcleans of the fatty company. So people will come to open. And that's the jumping off point to go to the islands. So open is the charing cross. Charing cross would be the big train station in london. Somewhere you depart go to different places so open would be the jumping off point. It's the big port on the mainland. From where the ferries go absolutely so. Kyle's what is kyle's kyle's of the stretches of water so the leyland's eye for the straight and on the missiles ago everything the lord's except for the aisles and the waters and that could make prince how the the the metrolink and forwards to the islands they caught passengers. The coty fleet the cardi tourists. So this is the ferry system caledonian mcbrayer because every time i think of an island scene. There's a dramatic ferry coming across. It is just beautiful thing. And you have the jumping off point in the real terminal Open and so people coming from moscow will die sleek connect with the on out so an answer to your question. Probably the most popular are the ones closest mull. Iona we can come back to 'cause i owned is really accessible as d. Are right for a particular reason
"cullen" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast
"Up dot com. I would steer people towards if you haven't looked at it have tabs on those on both of those websites. And it's just i would have done is compiled cons of different links in articles that i've written over the course of of time in a lot of this is just. It's kind of my journey. Over the course of the last fifteen years of writing about all this stuff and frankly learning about a lot of stuff because i learned learned something new about the financial markets and the economy pretty much every single day which is part of what makes it so interesting and so those links are super helpful for people to just really start to build a foundation for understanding what is an extremely extremely big macro dynamics and the probable outcomes in building a framework that helps you kind of navigate all that so that you personally don't find yourself picking up pennies in front of a bulldozer or something so yeah those two places are probably the best place to start. You can also find me. I'm pretty active on twitter on love. Love to answer people's questions alp as much as i can. I know there's so much confusion. There's so much nonsense out there so much political bias in people who i think you know have very very biased perspective that tend to result in sort of these. Like hyper hyper. Extreme views in things and i tend to sort of try to zoom out and take more of A big picture perspective in consider all sides of an argument in so i can be found on twitter. My handle is cullen roach. Just one word love to to feel any questions. People have or or help. However i can't i don't have all the answers but i've spent a gross amount of time obsessing over all of this stuff to the detriment of many other aspects of my life that at least at this point i think i've I've learned a little bit. So i i love to spread the knowledge where cayenne when i can't learning a little bit calling the thing that's the. That's the understatement here. The year i mean it's always a wealth information and it's just always so great to have you on and and today to to come in and talk about masterclass truly in inflation really appreciate that and i'm sure the audience does.
"cullen" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast
"And what they end up ultimately doing with those barrels of oil so it is a corporation is really. It is a real entity i mean. You're you're basically buying to a larger degree. you're buying the real assets of that corporation. What those real assets are likely to be worth in the future and so that's why things like stocks they much more reflect the the real asset world than that just buying pure. Play like a commodity. Because you're getting an embedded inflation protection and that's you know kind of going back to my example of the house. One of the reasons that that houses ended up being at least fairly good inflation protectors over the long term is. Because when i for instance. When i bought my house is not the thing to the ground. But i was able to rebuild. I was able to reinvest in land..
"cullen" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast
"You don't earn interest in an environment like this on on a deposit because there is no risk so the risk is fully christ in its fully accounted for and so to me you know to to make a long winded answer really short. I do not think it's possible to to find these interest rate differentials and really benefit from them without making future inflation prediction. And that's the ultimately what this comes down to a country by country basis. You have to look at the interest rates as a measure of risk in some degree in. You know looking at like turkey for instance. Would i feel comfortable buying ten year or thirty year. Turkish bond just because it has a higher interest rate will absolutely not because the risk of hyperinflation in that sort of situation is just through the roof and so the the interest rate reflects a certain degree of risk in that in that. And i think that you know from this is a really interesting. Theoretical concept from a country perspective because the interest rate does to a large degree reflect the credit quality of that specific country. And i think that you're a lot of what you're seeing in. The developed world where interest rates are very low is really a reflection that inflation to a large degree is a reflection that demand for that money is so high that the perceived future credit risk is perceived as extremely extremely low and you know from a country perspective the interest rate and the inflation rate to a large degree which they tend to correlate to a large degree over long periods of time it reflects the the credit quality of that specific country. And you know so. We think of sovereign government says being risk free but the reality is that a ten percent yielding sovereign bond is really for all practical purposes. It's like a junk bond. It's a really junkie bond compared to something like a ten year treasury which in today's environment even though it's yielding one point three percent the reason the that's like that is it's not just the fed to a large degree..
"cullen" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast
"Otherwise would and i suspect that that some of these underlying factors are not going to be so transitory. They're not. We're not gonna see kind of going back to what i was talking about earlier. I do not think we're going to see anything. Like the nineteen seventy s. This isn't really a bad environment. That's ripe for like stagflation. Something like that. Which was i mean. The seventies were really more so oil crisis than anything else. But i don't think we're in an environment where we're likely to see very high sustained to save ten percent inflation or something like that just because i think the secular headwinds are. They're so big. There's so much different this time around where you don't have. You have not necessarily a japanese type. A demographic issue in the development. But it's it's much more similar to japan than it is say like a baby boom situation or something like that where the population is growing pretty significantly in meaningfully but in addition you have all these other factors like the technological factor the globalization factor is. One of the biggest. I mean you could argue that. The world has never had so much accessible. Cheap labor in its existence and globalization puts a huge secular downward trend on inflation. And so a lot of these big macro trends. I think they don't necessarily put a A ceiling on inflation. But they make it very very difficult. For especially for policymakers to create a lot of inflation. And i think that the thing that is most interesting about the last eighteen months that you had this big huge policy response. I mean the. It wasn't really the fed so much it was mostly the us treasury. I would argue. That really caused a lot of the inflation because the government the treasury spent some treasury spent six and a half trillion dollars in the last twelve eighteen months. It's just the numbers are colossal. And so it's interesting because mainly going forward. Those numbers are not gonna continue. The we're likely to run trillion dollar deficits going forward. But we're not likely to run six and a half trillion dollars of spending year after year after year. And so you don't have the sustained fiscal tailwind that caused a lot of the inflation that we're experiencing right now and i think there's a lot of these things taper off. You are likely to see prices that look. The fed would call transitory. But that will end up. Probably not being as transitory as the fed. I think expects and so if you you end up with even inflation that's in the safe three and a half percent range by year end and let's say that that stains in the twenty twenty two. You could have a situation where the fed is getting pretty concerned about that sort of feedback loop where they start to worry about the snowball effect in essence of the of the price increases. Where you have something. That's a little more sustained. And so far from their target. I mean three and a half percent is is a pretty significant shift away from their target range of two percent that you could have easily rate increases. I think in twenty twenty two that starts to reflect the feds concerns about continued inflation. Let's take a quick break and hear from today sponsor..
"cullen" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast
"You're listening to t. I p with episodes excited about we also have episodes. We even more excited to show the world and then we have episodes like these we call them. Roads the ticks all of us to another level. You can't find a horror financial topic than inflation here in two thousand two hundred one and you probably can't find a more misunderstood concept either ladies and gentlemen here are masterclass inflation with mr colin roach. Listening to the investors podcast. Well we study the financial markets and read the books that influenced self made billionaires the most. We keep you informed and prepared for the unexpected. Welcome to the podcast. I'm your host burleson. And today i'm here. We one of my good friends who also happens to be a fan favourite. and that is mr colin roach. Thank you for joining me. Our audience here today. Cullen thanks for having me on again calling. This episode is named masterclass inflation in a podcast feed so it might sound a little surprising that i would start with a this called a softball question but there is more to it than it seems so that kick this off by asking what is inflation and what is inflation. Not just joking that you could we do it entire podcast on justice as so. It's so controversial in en- really complex so from a really strict economic perspective. Inflation isn't overall upward movement in the price of goods and services and so the bureau of labor statistics in the us the l. ls measures this by basically quantifying consumer price index. The cpi and. You know there's a lot of different ways to measure this. The fed actually the various bed. Entities actually measure this in a very different way across the board some of them. Use the the p. c. e. some of them use the trim median price. There's all sorts of different measures of this but as a general rule what the bill is trying to do. Is they're trying to find an aggregated basket of consumer goods and services that roughly reflects what the median household consumes over the course of an average year. So you know getting into what inflation is not. It's probably important to cover. What i think is one of the biggest. Most misleading myths with inflation. Which is the idea that inflation is an increase in the money supply. And i'll tell you why. I don't find this to be a terribly useful definition because in the type of monetary system that we have we actually experience.
"cullen" Discussed on On The Mark Podcast
"What are we out there You know as it relates a thermal night vision. I guess good stories Called in amount line last year. That was a little scary around with it. And they're on. I mean. I pretty sure i walked on water to get that trust gone and so i sit out there on the corner of this hog barn. I'm in law. Quarter this hog barn. Cullen into field had a couple dogs in. I hear this kind of thing. Hit the ground. And i'm sitting myself. I mean like you know you're the dark and you know you're calling predators here things that probably would yet right. I'm like come on. And then i turn around and it's an in. There's a there's a street up cat and Yeah i remember. I looked at it and like there's no way that that cannot be a cat and you know it was. I mean it was still a hundred yards off. It was it was kind of a house. Cat gotta kinda like crawl at you a little bit. This thing was doing a little crawl doing that. I mean i packed up and was gone. so imagine. Imagine a house cat crawling toward you across your darkly living room except for your in a field out in the middle of nowhere at nighttime in. That cat is the size of a small bear. Remember.
Lewis Hamilton Takes Shocking Pole Ahead of Two Red Bull Drivers
"I'm arava bravo and today. Alex cullen orcas or two sports grand prix. Editor is here to chat about today's action. Alex what an exciting session. That was louis. Bano sounded quite surprised themselves that they had secured pole position going into qualifying today. Will you expecting him to take paul. I'll be honest. no. I don't think i was. I think the surprise you could hear in beaufort voice was absolutely genuine i. They know that they're in a real close fight with boone. There's going to be very very difficult to do with dominating. The don so easily over the previous years and yet actress did have a eat. You have a bad friday. Not he's obviously with the drive shaft pizza but certainly disrupted things. Says you're peres happening. Fb one now that videos now come out. It was just an unfortunate thing where eclipse as the consequence of the fact that the teams couldn't see what was happening in the timing will tv pictures so rip was really on the back for but still has the fastest car. I don't like definitely think this is a qualifying. That red bull lost rather than mercedes one. So yeah lewis. Hamilton was brilliant. Excellent job but he himself will admit that neither of his two laps were particularly a hundred percent. Perfect is what he said he needed to being said. If you can him about listen in the press conference he says if you put the t. laps together you would have not perfect but i think we still felt both of them. There was time on the table. And you could see that. And secondly didn't improve. Both of the rebel drivers made significant errors. And actually if stopping hooks. Everything up. He's clearly on head of hamilton. I think i think it's Budget they've a tenth of a second cy another another another time rep. Who is cost themselves when they've had the fox's car
From wild idea to COVID vaccine meet the mRNA pioneer who could win a Nobel
"Renew and november. When the first cases started the pop up and wuhan china their description of the virus there description of how easily it was transmitted between families once. We heard that we knew that. This virus had the potential to be a bad actor at that moment in time we said. How are we going to get the sequence for this virus and we started calling our friends and china. We called our friends at the cdc trying to get the sequence of this virus the minute that was published. We started to make our vaccines back on. I think it was january twelfth. We started making the first aren a vaccine that day. It has all happened. Unfathomably fast has an at twelve months later and the pfizer and maduna vaccines have made their way through large clinical trials with good results into syringes and now already into millions of arms. But this quite a back story here. We thought that it would be useful in a pandemic. We thought it would be influenza pandemic but you back in two thousand and five. When we made the initial observation we knew that aren a had a great potential therapeutics. Who with his collaborator catala career. How is a good bit to win a nobel prize for the science driving. Mri vaccines. he's one of my guests on science fiction today. What's been lost in the fast pace race to develop covid nineteen vaccine. This past year is a hidden story of dogged. Pursuit of a nollie scientific idea over decades often in the face of skeptics and nice ideas we went through pharmaceuticals venture capitalists. All other people. it said. Hey we have a great new invention here. And they weren't interested. They said now aren as too hard to work with. We don't think it'll ever work and they just weren't interested now with a pandemic bang with suddenly counting on mri vaccines lock eyes and medina's to help save us. But before this pandemic this brand new technology of marigny vaccines had never been approved for use in humans before. It's incredible isn't it. The heddon even made it to the stage of large scale clinical trials in humans. I don't think anybody could have predicted. Just how effective these vaccines were. And i still get chills. When i remember the moment when that announcement was made a few months ago biologist onto fox is future fellow and associate professor at the university of western australia. It has proved the nice as wrong. I mean given that fifty percent effective is the baa that the world health organization would've liked to say as the minimum to be getting ninety. Five percent is just astounding really hardly any vaccines have that level of efficacy. Cullen pat and professor of pharmaceutical biology at monash pharmaceutical sciences. He's team is working on two different. Mri vaccines for covid. Nineteen in collaboration with the doughy institute in melbourne change from the point of view the future of emo toy syrupy and we haven't had a vaccine working against corona virus. Before i could understand the science. And i could see how theoretically it might work. But i just couldn't see how we could actually make enough to be the billions of doses needed for the world. And that's still looking doc- rod it's entirely contingent on just to pharmaceutical companies meeting. The world's entire supply demands including ours here in australia. Will you receive the pfizer vaccine together just before christmas. We did the vaccine driven by your discovery. Can you describe what that moment was like figuring. My family always yells at me. Because i'm not excited enough. And they're right for man who co owns the intellectual property licenses to medina and i dream osman humble kind of guy. We were incredibly excited. When we saw the results of the phase three trial that are vaccine. Worked and of a safe and had ninety. Five percent efficacy. I'm already moved on to the next thing the next back scene. The next gene therapy you. I'm incredibly excited. That this vaccine is working that it's gonna make a dent in this pandemic many think that there's a nobel prize in chemistry waiting in the wings for you and dr katie. Rico what do you make of that. So people tell the too modest. And i really don't do things for prizes or recognition or anything else.
8 injured after car crashes into a Fiesta Mart in Houston
"People are recovering from injuries sustained when an ash you ve smashed through the front plate glass window of the Fiesta Mart grocery store on Cullen Boulevard yesterday afternoon, Houston police commander Kevin D. Says it appears alcohol was involved so the driver was showing signs of impairment at sea. He has since been transported. They are conducting a full dealing investigation. Three o'clock in the afternoon on a Saturday and a busy grocery store. I can't tell you how fortunate we are. That we're not talking about much more severe injuries, you know, or even a fatality T have occurred. All of the victims are expected to recover.
Cohen memoir casts him as 'star witness' against Trump
"Michael Cohen's tell all memoir scheduled to be released tomorrow makes the case that president trump is guilty of the same crimes that landed his former fixer in federal prison the book disloyal the true story of the former personal attorney to president Donald J. trump offers a blow by blow account of trump's alleged role in the scandal involving porn star stormy Daniels that once overshadowed his presidency the book also discusses other women within trump's orbit Cullen who pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations and other crimes including lying to Congress calls himself the star witness of a hush money conspiracy that could still culminating charges for trump after he leaves office he described his new book as a fundamental piece of evidence of the president's guilt the White House calls the book fan fiction Julie Walker New York
Cohen memoir casts him as 'star witness' against Trump
"The Michael debate Cohen's over tell president all memoir Donald scheduled trump's to alleged be released comments tomorrow about makes the military the case that president continues trump is guilty of the same treasury crimes secretary that Steven landed Mnuchin his former fixer has been with in the president federal prison on many trips the book involving disloyal the the true military story of the former let me tell personal you I've never attorney seen to president a more supportive Donald J. president trump of offers the military a blow and by Ohio blow governor account Mike of trump's DeWine alleged feels the same role way in the scandal hello I've involving been with the president porn star stormy Daniels there's a been that once a discussion overshadowed about the military his presidency has been extremely the book also discusses respectful other women to wind within appeared trump's on orbit ABC's this Cullen week who along pleaded with guilty former to defense campaign secretary finance violations Chuck Hagel and other crimes these are not including on the sources lying but to Congress let's go back calls himself and look at the Mr star trump's witness words of himself a hush money coming conspiracy out of his own mouth that starting could still in twenty culminating sixteen was what charges he said about for John trump McCain after he and leaves what office he continued to say he described about McCain his new book showing as a out fundamental there Washington piece of evidence of the president's guilt the White House calls the book fan fiction Julie Walker New York
A Confusing Back-To-School Season May Lead To Blockbuster Spending
"Back to school shopping is different this year what's the point of a new backpack when the walk to school is shuffled from the kitchen table to a desk in the bedroom? Though retailers are in a tailspin from the pandemic shutdowns. This year's uncertainty could bring them some good news. NPR's Alina Seljuk reports normally Lydia Rodriguez would have spent hundreds of dollars to get her daughter ready for the first day of class that's on her school uniform alone, and this year she's wearing top for zoom meetings. So she's just wearing last year's at barely fit but I don't feel like investing in other three hundred dollars on. Uniforms until she actually physically starts her daughter like many other students around the country started sixth grade without actually leaving their home in Tampa. So Rodriguez her spending felt really minimum but it's not like she could skip it altogether I did buy school supplies. You know like the notebooks and the folders, the pens and pencils binders, and all that, and here's a curious thing. The retail world is actually hoping for strong back to school spending the. Retail Trade Group, even predict record highs potentially topping a hundred billion dollars for school and college. That's because parents like Rodriguez might end up having to stock up for multiple scenarios. In case students learn person virtually were a bit of both which also means they're buying more big ticket items or seeing more families purchasing Electronics Katherine Cullen Senior Director The national retail. Federation. They've been tracking big changes to what's in demand backpacks in new shoes not. So much instead enter comfy home clothes and cleaning supplies and especially pricey electronics. This year's big sellers, laptops, tablets speakers, but they're also buying things that you might not expect maxium desks, lamps, headphones. So a lot of new items that were traditionally on the school shopping list, and so retail marketers had to get creative to keep people shopping in a year of mass layoffs and furloughs Amazon Walmart old navy embraced the oddity and disarray pandemic schooling. You've got your back school year whatever that. macy's did a montage of kids at home learning to build a robot or tend to garden even ace hardware got in on the pitch now that students have to bring masks and disinfectants to school why not stuck up for back to school at a home improvement store the biggest priority for this year was setting up their whole workspace Geisha. Washington did much of her spending back in the spring as both she and her daughter adjusted to working from their home in Chicago Washington set up her high school junior with A. Mounted Computer Monitor and a good sound system later installing new task lighting which morphed into her wanting task lighting plus t light patio hanging from the ceiling random led lighting. So she's also taken this opportunity to you know redecorate both Washington Androgynous Gez. Would have to buy more supplies if or when their children actually return to the classroom by one estimate families like there's still have about sixty percent of their back to school shopping left to do the question is when or how much of it will actually happen
The Voice of Healthcare
"It's good to have you with us. We have a show that I've been really Jones in four. I somehow got lucky. and was reading online about really creative folks in the space of Covid. And came across. A group of people that created a skill called the hand wash. And I thought to myself. What is this and it was artists? It was creatives. It was musicians singing in a simple way in order for us to handle a hygienic me during the time of pandemic, which is handwashing something that believe it or not, a lot of people don't do very well at all so I've got three special guest today. Lane Harris Daniel Bremmer and Lucy Cullen Tori. They're gonNA. Talk to us about how they got started why they started it and where it's headed from here so me. Open it up to questions here. I'll start with lean and Daniel. Tell us about how this guy going where you decided to build it. And how did you end up? Incorporating musicians into this tool set that we could argue as a public health benefit more than a musical entertainment sort of enrichment benefit. Well, this this actually start is a shower thought. I had recently seen video that that demonstrated how detergent molecules physically break up the virus behind covid nineteen, and it made it really visceral seeing it seeing it like that and made me understand the whole twenty second. Recommendation from the CDC. Like okay. We all know we're supposed to wash. Our hands are washing your hands long probably should, but oh, this is probably like a speed limit where it's exaggerated in some some give room, but when I watched this I was like Oh. Wow, this is this is I see how this is important, and and as you know, take a shower with thinking about I'm like it's really hard to make people sit there and do something boring for twenty seconds when it got like twelve other things in their mind, especially during this time And what can we do about that? And I had heard about Of course, the alphabet saw on the thing. I heard people talking about like their favor taking their choruses, favorite pop songs and I was thinking what would be something that would be a little bit easier to do. Consistently and I thought well. We have all these the smart speakers in our homes and a lot of us have our bathrooms. Maybe there's something we can do there and that's what I started to think lane. The the I thought. I had in my mind before. I reached out to lane was like maybe this? This'll be like an internet variety show. It's a different. You know different things every time you open it like a magic box and we'll be like. Oh, it'll be a joke one day, a weird fact or a story or a song. And so yeah I, give a call the pretty much straight shower to see if he was interested. And we immediately started batting around ideas and He felt pretty strongly that it should be one thing and be consistent to provide the user with with Only one thing to to to expect, and we very quickly decided that it should be music and he knew Lucy and let him go to his side of it, but I think it was about a day and a half that we had a demo.
"cullen" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine
"Best market price is a change as well as fantastic customer service for very discerning clots, so welcome to the show Deborah Cullen. Thank you so much for having me happy to be. Yes. We originally met at the launch of last year last year with the not Frank Prime residential global outlook. Iva at the display, sweet full crown for one brand ru which are amazing. Every time I every time. I think about that I. Think about myself living my life. You're not the. Quickly it's taken shape Tueson like you know it just seems to be getting bigger and bigger and bigger on the skyline is just rising up his nets, just beautiful, and it's so nice to see it from all different places in the city now..
"Welcome to daily discussions on your heart is a Karasin Today on the show? We have Leandro get her to pronounce his surname light because that's difficult for me, before we get started a liked acknowledge that judicial landowners whose Land Brew Code, which is the wrong people of the Kulin nation so welcome to the shy, Leandra. Thank you. Thanks for having may is act. Now before we started. Can you please pronounce your surname? His name is Leandra in Mycenaean. Is GEICO MONGOL? It's pretty much fanatical, said a gay. Come on up. Yeah well as it sounds. And where is your mom and is that surname related to? Say I am a yellow woman from northeast Omland in my family older around million can be. My sister lives in roaming getting. I'm said Oh my mobile from there. I'm I'm the. Papal so that's my language group and. Yeah my my last name is a human name my. Name is Leandra, Jewelry Gift Mungo. Your right, yeah, bitter mouth! Jeff the rat on old documents for government stuff. Semi Medicare. Cod is like just one like this nice space like it's all just. You old lettuce on kind of. Whenever I've been pulled over. I guess You know random bobby. Tayo at UVA. People who. Look Bank. People always like what is that from from like? I just this country. Regional. Yeah. Young Lou. Famous? Generally people without the mole is will gross young. Yeah, so he's young woman. then a way to put me on the spot and I'm gonNA. Go Blank then of. Beautiful Magnolia. And then there is. one of our swimmers named after Rodway Hicks, Yup, and then there is. David Google. ACT UP. There are. Not Let me. Let me. And so we'll get to your living. Baker play. Banca boys brought. Claiming Baker Boys. Rats! Tonight just. So that's awesome, and so you grew up on country or did you grow of country or where best serve the fast? He is my life. Yes, I was born in Nulla, Mboya Guards, NS. Chris couple years yet I grabbed them country and then moved away. Sydney lived in Cape York for a little while Hammer. Throw a little while, and then yes, settled in woolen garments. White, said Hey. Yeah. Yeah sometimes I am. Did that confused with town? So when people say Cape York I think Capetown for some reason that it sounds like every. Interesting. so you went to Sydney? What I do sort of move across the Sydney again. So I think it was about. Three or four? Then we moved to Willin Gong for a little bit. MOMS wrecking while and then moved up yet. kept lived in Cullen a few years. And then from there to camera for a couple of years and then which was. Unite Complete different last Dosso in Kirkland. Coming home for lodge didn't wish as a school uniform. And then went straight to icy, cold camera and I was like. What is of this? Army went to Campbell Shales like Oh this is camera you know is not what I expected. And so being away from country were able to keep language, tax or young lewd language is yes I'm not I'm not I'm not fluent, but I do understand some language and yet definitely so I'm one of seven I'm the baby of seven kids and. Yes I definitely unit still strong connections to talk time with my family, and from yeah, we just got back from a trip. Thing yet. Backup harm, which is sir, good? it was a bit crazy because everything going on, but it was yeah, it was good. Yeah, was it Rahm while we're talking about on country was any cases. Up In a land that bowl. What was? The response coronavirus. Yeah It was actually. Once, you were said that was all buyers. Security laws say obviously we had to quarantine because we crossed the border, and that was something that new but we will going for family. Reasons was essential traveled
"cullen" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Police, but your name and unit. You gotta be. What is it? Did you know I had a gun. Free lesson the police work. What do you want lesson than police work? Now. Are you okay, POW? Rift in John. One day instead of the Cullen episode. An.
Boston's Public Health Emergency will remain until further notice
"In Boston where major events are canceled through Labor Day mayor Marty Walsh stresses the virus mitigation efforts are working people need to keep it up and stay vigilant we pray paradise the health and security of all of our residents I want to see I. city bustling again I want to see people coming back and I want to see construction starting and I want to see our restaurants full I want to see our retail shops full I want to go to Fenway I want to go to Foxborough I want to go to the garden I want to do all the stuff that's been missing but we can't either the safety jump right back into it we're expecting more details on Monday from governor Baker on which businesses will be allowed to open first in the slow roll back of pandemic restrictions so many businesses are in a pension unsure whether they'll be allowed to open their doors soon or not WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe spoke with the hair salon owner on the south shore who's working to ensure her shops ready to open its doors at a moment's notice Lee Cullen is hard at work at her hair salon a step beyond beauty in Quincy repainting the walls putting up shelves and deep cleaning the building Lee has masks face shields hand sanitizer and forehead thermometers ready to go and she's putting up a lot of covert related signs you must wear a mask and if anyone has an elevated temperature please be considerate of everyone else reschedule your appointment for another time Colin says she wants to be ready to hit the ground running if the governor announces Monday that hair salons can re open right away she admits it's a bit frustrating that the governor's been playing it so close to the vest until I hear what he says your guess is as good as mine and it's a little frustrating because people are asking me I don't know the answer either so that's why I'm just trying to get prepared as much as possible then deal with whatever he says on Monday until the cliffs WBZ Boston news
Intelligence report warned of coronavirus crisis as early as November: Sources
"The nation's intelligence community might have tried to get in front of the corona virus pandemic several months before we really started to learn about this possibly November several sources telling ABC news tonight the military warned and uncontained virus was making its way through Wuhan China and those sources say the virus in that report vengefully was expected to put U. S. forces there in peril John Cullen is a contributor with ABC news he served in both the intelligence and homeland security department what should happen is once this intelligence was provided to the senior leadership of the National Security Council staff a the inter agency working group should have immediately been pulled together with front wheel including representatives from across the federal government a series of recommendations should have been provided to the president and the report was passed on to the White House late last year it also warned the virus can easily spread to other nations around the world including the U.
This Is Nothing We've Ever Seen Before
"A little bit about Puerto Rico. What's the situation? What what is it different? Is it a worse response? Is it try to give me. Give me an example. I'm just curious in your opinion Looking at it observing it. I know you've made appearances on Puerto Rican radio. You're on like right before me. This is why I wanted to. This is why I wanted you on because I heard what you said. So what's what do we know about Puerto Rico compared to the the rest of the United States response will can you say and also tell me a little bit about how? Cnc PR is trying to help inform people. Sure I'll I'll start by telling you I just got off the phone with David back nuts from CBS. Where I was. He was interviewing meow. Some statements that I made are calling for the resignation of the EPI. The Mula you still wish I felt has been consistently actually in since Hurricane Maria. She's being consistently ignoring data and just making statements that are just patently false and I feel like are putting the lives of people in Puerto Rico in danger so I got involved in importers. Well I got very involved in Puerto. Rico were mentioning like on the radio. Because I felt that they were public officials. Were not taking the crise seriously enough. And they were ignoring the science behind a lot of you know the public health decisions that other countries were making their responsible to regard will define it early on a was all the deficiencies of the US loss. And the loss is that for example when the federal government responded very anemic to the crisis. The these many states here in Connecticut for example the state of Connecticut. I know that Washington State did the same thing. California Massachusetts even. They essentially mounted their own responses. And they started hacking detest developing their own testing. They're in the institutions that they had and just trying to figure it out on their own very quickly realized that the federal government was behind. You Border Rico. There's like these blind trust on the federal government that somehow fell go and was gonna fix for them or they had those. Kinda like there. Were all these underlying assumptions about the test the role of the federal government on the role of Puerto Rico. Right so the assumptions. Sometimes we're like we got to the stats here. The only people that can do is the federal government and you might remember the very first test that were centrally city. See The the government claimed that they could get bike. The resulting twenty four to forty eight hour took. It took a week after week when David back because he was not who started calling to ask for what was going on with the test because they're not responding to leave only health officials from Puerto. Rico in what? I have seen what I consider the want of Donald Trump coming down to Puerto Rico to paper towels. I don't I don't see the response the equivalent of that which was that after a week the CDC said look. We don't have the as yet but it's because the information that came samples Wilson correctly entered. And I'm like you're not societies. That is really. That's like somebody throwing paper towels in your face. Because I'm like it doesn't take your frigging week to get back to me. Domino's implant information wrong right in an epidemic. Where people's lives are like this is such such a low priority quickly. I mean really. Bother me as a scientist answer. Puerto Rican and I started advocating. We have the resources we have the knowledge to be able to run these tests in Puerto. Rico we cannot rely on a federal government that he's just like not not responding in an agile way. Also overwhelmed right right now with this this crisis so recently. More recently as recently as like Yesterday governor actually Called Task Force of experts. I I Looked at the names of the task. Force I the people that I respect a lot Doctors and other people. I'm I'm happy to see those developments. The governor also close down the country which is a huge sacrifice for people Puerto Rico. But I think it's necessary. Yeah the bar that I think he's mesones that. I was having this interview with David before I was telling you is that. There's still some officials in the inherent many strange on like these Ibm Ula state. That I you know. I think our confusing people I think are not using facts advising her properly and also I think that they need more deployment of still. They're recognizing that they need this. They're starting to take it more seriously. But you know this is a race against time these epidemic on CNN. We got the sensory. And do you think. Puerto Rico has the capability to test. I mean given its medical I mean I know from you know just in my family. I have four doctors. I think the medical community and Puerto Rico has always been a very scientific. I think a very Admired and respected community. Even though doctors are leaving the island it seems more and more. Do you think right now from your from your perspective good. Puerto Rico developed the test and not wait for the federal government a hundred percent and we thought doubt without question. I think that and I think that based on my roles as a scientist as a member of the Puerto Rico. Science Technology draws doesn't member of CNC Three which you mentioned earlier. I consider myself an expert in Puerto Rico Scientific capacity and I can tell you categorically the answer to that question is yes. I can't explain it in one minute. Essentially to run this task unit. Four ingredients you need first technical expertise meaning the knowledge the experts that can run these. That's where the Regal has that. Yes the second thing that you need that it's really hard to get is the machinery the very specialized machines that will allow you to run. This is cullen. Rtp CRDC's a procedure. Done I'm well familiarize because he's a procedure that we run in my laboratory here in new haven and I we don't run it for clinical purposes. We'd run it for research purposes. But he's essentially the same proceeding right and does Puerto Rico half the machines to be able to run these tests. Yes the third thing that is really hard to get is certifications certification from the Department of Healthy Puerto Rico certification from the CDC on. Your running cleaning doesn't need to be certified Rico laboratories that have the certification with machines. Yes so then. The fourth element which is actually ironically the simplest one. We should be ingredients for the reaction and the ingredients for. They didn't understand what the ingredients of the free reaction change race on the virus. Right you can use these same diagnostic ingredients for SICA as you can use for. Danga's you can use for coroner buyers so you need to have them yet. They need to be like specific ingredients. And those re- what we call the reagents. Those are the ones that people are missing there. And that is the role of the Department of Healthy. Puerto Rico supply and they say we see so. What I've been advocating for is starting to happen now. It just took longer than I was hoping for. But I've been advocating please. We have the capacity. Let's cut the red tape and get these ingredients out to people literally laboratories that run these tests so that we can increase scale and capacity for testing so last question. When when do you think there is any semblance of progress? I know that's a very open question. What what are signs at least for people in the public? That could at least begin to reassure them. That you know the social distancing and all these measures Have had a good effect. Or how can we begin to tell that I mean I'm not trying to put you on the spot but go ahead sit question? Look I I like to be forward with these things like I. I'm not GonNa make these into a combined moment. They says the the crisis of the center interception on them as I mentioned before we are broadly months away months away from seeing the light at the end of the tunnel is going to get worse before it gets better. Our healthcare system might get overwhelmed people. She'll stay home. They should wash their stay. She'll stay safe. I'm not I'm not an alarmist. I'm just being very frank with information that I do and I think that the way that we're going to know we are seeing progress is when we see a government we see government officials with a very serious face not playing politics starting to give numbers numbers based on on data on numbers that are not in the hundreds of thousands of the cases. We start seeing maps of where these cases are showing. What are the false I of infection? And that's what we're GONNA know okay. These people know what they're talking about. This is like if you if you have a major hurricane coming on you know. He's hurricane has devastated other places on you know it's coming to the east coast for example and like you know you you see progress when actually you see officials are taking seriously on planning for it and you don't see progress when you have somebody like kind of like a blame to they. Resi and trump was had a press conference just to blame the state of the healthcare system previous administrations. I mean what? It's time to get serious. This is not our blame it on you know. Go into the trap of blaming migrants. Now I can't believe that the second the second migrants blaming yeah my wife. My wife is Chinese American. Her family's chinese-american she's on MD and that community right now whether dealing with is all the like racism that has been associated with these fighters by people saying that he's the virus or designees virus as viruses had nationalities. And not only that. She has to endure dad and then she has to go to clinic. Put her life on the line to be able to save people in this country. So I it's it's it's
"cullen" Discussed on SportsEpreneur Podcast
"He is also the founder of sprint. Forty one and a motivational speaker. This is part one of my chat with. Cullen where we sit face-to-face in our sports apron or office in this episode we discussed at the Corona virus its impact on the Olympics Colin Story and his mission in the middle of our chat. I ran into a technical glitch but thanks to collins kindness understanding and the fact we weren't going to let a little obstacle. Get in our way. He join me for a part two which added even more than I could ever have imagined after you listen to this episode. Be sure to check out our part two of the conversation where we discussed the Olympian mindset training in stories from the pool and now we welcome US Olympian. Cullen Jones is wild..
"cullen" Discussed on KTRH
"West Bennett Cullen hello right lanes blocked that accident the backup of a couple minutes from Calais I get to London in the Gulf coast windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center slight chance for showers storm here this afternoon otherwise will be in and out of the clouds unseasonably warm high eighty three partly to mostly cloudy skies overnight to get a stray shower thunder shower possible low seventies slight chance for showers storm tomorrow otherwise more clouds and sunshine warm eighty three better chance for storms Friday I'll be religious can boom from the weather channel where IT AT advocate here it's not school gaming weather center one thirty one our top story the treasury department proposing two hundred fifty billion dollars in direct payments to American starting April sixth another round of two hundred fifty billion would start may eighteenth we are looking at different numbers we're looking at timing that would be different splitting the time splitting the payments were looking at a lot of different things president trump says the treasury department stimulus package would be a tiered payment system based on income level and family size investors are not pleased to today the Dow down an ugly two thousand two hundred eighty one that's nearly eleven percent nasdaq down six hundred twenty seven S. and P. five hundred down two hundred forty three oil and twenty dollars forty two cents Ford fiat Chrysler and GM getting ready to stop production in the U. S. the shutdown Ford will last through March thirtieth Ford says the Michigan assembly plant closed today when it discovered an employee came down with the corona virus.
Ikea recalls 820,000 chests due to tip-over risk to children
"More than eight hundred thousand ikea dressers are being recalled because they're at risk of tipping over and seriously injuring children ikea's Cullen three drawer chests imported after August twelfth of last year do not comply with the voluntary performance standards of the consumer product safety commission I kia says it has received six reports of tip overs involving those chests two of those reports involved mom minor injuries you have the option of seeking a full refund for my kia or getting wall a wall anchoring kids to use on the
"cullen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Tolentino Cullen said they've been told inside he says all researchers regardless of nationality faith and ideology are welcome lucky is that the church is not afraid of history he says echoing pope Francis when he announced the opening of the archives a year ago John E. X. a Vatican archivist says scholars will have easy access to the files we have now last one million three hundred thousand documents that are digitalized to help the researchers will quickly those researchers have been waiting a long time a German play in nineteen sixty three sparked questions about pies as wartime role and accused him of complicit silence in the Holocaust and attempts to be out of fight him are stymied by still vivid memories in Rome of his behavior during the **** occupation toward the city's Jews were in front of a military college in Rome a plaque commemorates the **** roundup of entire families of Roman Jews on October sixteenth nineteen forty three one thousand two hundred and fifty nine Jews were brought here before being deported to extermination camps only sixteen people survived we're just a hundred yards from Saint Peter's square and the residents of pope Pius the twelfth under the pope's very windows as the German ambassador reported to Hitler had brown university professor David kurzer has written extensively about popes and Jews Kircher says a lot is known about what Pius did much less about internal deliberations in the Vatican so we know he didn't take any public actually didn't protest to Hitler but who within the Vatican might have been urging him to do so who might have been advise him caution that's the kind of thing I think we'll find out hope to find out about possible for Jodie teaches theology at Villanova University like many church historians he's curious about price's role after World War two during the Cold War in particular did Vatican officials intervene in Italian elections in nineteen forty eight when there was a real possibility of a Communist Party victory I would choose to we know so what kind of communication there was between the secretary at of state and the C. I. A. I use was certainly convinced that she had to defend a certain idea of with the crystallization in Europe against communism as for prizes wartime role professor cursor is certain the Catholic Church was horrified by the Holocaust in fact several thousand Jews found refuge in Catholic conference in Italy but what he hopes to understand better from the pious files is the role played by the church in demonizing Jews the main purveyors of vilification of Jews for many decades was not the state with the church and it was still find Jews right up through the thirties right up to begin the Holocaust and thought into it including Vatican related publications this is what the Vatican needs to come to terms with kurzer says but still hasn't research in the pines archives will take.
"cullen" Discussed on WTVN
"Back now to Cullen Kelleher and a column here's a really kind of an interesting comment from Danny in Jacksonville Arkansas because of what we're talking about early ray Palmer publications I don't have to know him a like fate search forum and mystic described arc welders you know arc welders yeah as seeing apparitions testing is not no that's a definitely a new one on me it's a new one on me too but it it goes it just fits here's another one from John in Seattle who says that Khan mention cattle mutilations ask him about his knowledge this is really a touchy one of human mutilations somebody asked me the question quite awhile ago and we have never had a single report of human meals mutilations even though I know there was a couple on the internet there in the last few months we have never had a single report of of human mutilations you know the the the cattle mutilation phenomenon continues you know those there is there is a lot of evidence to the say that that it's it's continuing but humans now I would love to know the the the data on the sources for that data but you know we we we just have had no reports well then of an obvious question is why cal's what would cal one of the scientists tell you come that a cow would tell you if you were to dissect it and tested in a vote would you look for environmental changes would they own usually show up in a kennel as poisoning of the land what what might you glean from a cow well one of the one of the really classic symptoms of animal mutilations removal of one or both of the eyes and it's it's it's well known that the vitreous humor in the eyes that the the fluid in the I of an animal is is a very very good indicator accurate indicator of all of the metabolism and all of the all of the additives that have been process by the animal so plus the the effects on the on the reproductive organs as of the the so called germ cells themselves all of those are tremendously subset susceptible to contaminants you know but this goes back to the question of in mutilations of is that the government just just monitoring as of many many people of reported to us that this seems to be the favorite same that that even goes back to the nineteen seventies that the government are monitoring some you know some unknown pathogen be at radio activity down wind from the Nevada test site so or some bio hazards that are being produced up then up in Utah and and the Dugway area that's that's interesting with they on usually show up in cal's I I would imagine they would in other words if there was some sort of radiation or something environmentally close by the count sitting there eating grass yeah well but it is put forward as a as a way of of of monitoring overall very very wide area how wind would disburse a in a given pathogen but you know it's all speculation but we have had these kinds of reports again and again and again especially east of Dugway you know the the that area up and then you turn north of west of Salt Lake City yes where you know even law enforcement people talking.
"cullen" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission
"Cullen five hundred and twenty children have been identified that can specifically be helped if we reach out today if we if we take care of this we can give them a Christmas present that literally will give to them the rest of their life they'll give back to them for the rest of their life because everything that they lose in in having leprosy the the the the physical health ailment of it is kind of the smallest piece it really is you know you you were mentioning earlier that when you have kids and you think about your own kids and you think that that could be my kids with a three my grand kids I've always felt like in there's a phrase the way even the world will use are there but for the grace of god go why but I don't think they really understand the way believers to but if believers really understand that if we say there but for the grace of god go why we should then follow that with this phrase then there with the grace of god go that if if we see a situation like that and we receive grace then we have to give grace I am so today you have a chance to do exactly that and if it's yes the physical is is the stuff we see on the outside but the harm that is done on the inside but the separation of families but the separation of people from society we have a story of a a woman actually in the Paul who had leprosy your villages taken our family away told her live down by the river her name is to me and to many L. live down by the river Nate Krasin tadpoles and drank the water that the account was walk through in that people close or do their clothes and and uses a toilet and she had to drink out of that water and eat those tadpoles eat that grass and that wasn't the hardest part for her though the hardest part for her was she was separated from her family and from society and she had leprosy was presenting on her ankle or foot and she asked the ark of the workers there they were down by the river at the end of their work day she could use of one of their tools and they said sure you know they went on their way and she borrowed a machete and she actually caught her own foot off because she thought that if I do that I'll be able to get back with my family I'll be able to get back with my community and she packed with action with Dustin a course it got infected and as she went back to a hospital it was actually American leprosy missions hospital and it was there that obviously she and now had lots of troubles her leprosy was cured her her infections from the result of what she did those were taken care of she was reunited with her family and with her village the gospel of Jesus with was shared with her and she came to a saving knowledge of Christ so obviously that's that's a good I take a good outcome from what happened but that speech to the the desperation that people feel absolutely when when they when they think if I could just cut this one thing off as bad as that is I I will be able to get back with my family I believe it will be back with where I'm a human again and so today you know it would nobody needs to be that desperate nobody has to get to that point and today when you supply the the cure for leprosy you're making sure that five or ten or a hundred children or even to Meanies even people in the middle part of their life or never so desperate and that's sort of the day and it's it's a great opportunity to be able to do it so the kind of question is we're gonna cure five hundred twenty of leprosy how many would you cure today eight hundred eight nine seven nine nineteen eighty eight I don't know if your heart stopped beating like minded when Scott said that she cut off her own foot but I just died died literally lost my breath there for a second because I cannot imagine in my own life being that desperate freezing the I've never I've never lacked for anything in this life I I've had bad times I've gone through rough struggles there been times I wish I could have done differently I've never known that kind of abject desperation and I would I would guess friend that there's a lot of us that happened so to even imagine what it would require to have a a an emotional hurt that was so real and so pronounced that cutting your foot off would be the level that you would be willing to go to to try to to stop that pain I don't think that's right I don't think that's the way god intended for it to be I think when he said that Christ has come to make all things new that did not mean that we assist followers sit by and hear about children cutting their foot off and if we can stop that from happening in the lives of five hundred twenty kids if we can if we can take a moment right now and just Paul has just stop in the middle of all the crazy that's going on it's the Christmas season you're busy shopping you got life problems you've got relational stuff you you you got everything going on watching the the the craziness of our government what's going on there friends just stop for a second take a deep breath I understand that that you've been blessed in a huge way if you've never been to the point where that young lady was and then say so what can I do to prevent that from having to be someone else's next choice thirty dollars out of your a credit card or or out of your checking account would do that and I just I would beg of you to consider doing thirty dollars a month for the next twelve months that's what the McCullough families going.
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"We hope you're having a good weekend. Be careful out there, a lot of people overdo which as you know, the lakes and on the highway. So watch out for the other guy when you're out and about this weekend. So keeping track of Jerry, the review vehicle in the newsletter on the website this week. Which will last week, the Land Rover discovery. Diesel correct next week. You've got the Rolls, Royce couldn't SUV, the Rolls, Royce, what couldn't didn't that is Cullen Cullen. I bet they're not laughing at you with me. Okay. We'll good. So. But I've only got that for a couple of days only debt. Begs the question what have you been driving this week? I've been great big issue made by INFINITI. It's called q x eighty limited. That's the monster. That's the big one. Yeah. And this is a new model that they did refresh to the two thousand eighteen q x eighty last year didn't change dramatically. It it's pretty much the same as it's been since two thousand ten except this year. They've got this new interior, which is tackler. This one loaded his around ninety two thousand dollars which falls rod line with navigator Escalade, even Yukon XL third row. See lots of cargo area behind the third row seat which is getting a little bit hard to find these days. But it's it, it was a nice issue. There were. Would only be one reason I would not purchase it, and that is that it's just doesn't have up-to-date electron IX like apple carplay Android auto and WI fi. I mean you can get that stuff in a thirty thousand dollar Mazda. And this one doesn't have it, and it just that's the only kicker to this thing, it's got five point six liter v eight, but not four hundred horses, and it'll pass anything but a gas station. It's a nice reykdal. I'll tell you that and off the Houston, Texas. We go to talk to Howard Howard. Welcome. I yeah, I really I've enjoyed your program, and even taped it for years. Thanks howard. We've got a podcast it goes up. It'll be up to three o'clock this afternoon. If you. I am the lease. I am eighty four. I am the least computer. I'm the opposite of a nerd I am without my wife. My wife. I do you have a favorite Subaru dealer, the city of Houston. I'll do I ever. I have a great when Gilman Subaru southwest, west over on west same Houston Parkway. If you'll tell tubers southwest guy there. Yeah, Manny, Manny Moraga you'll lack Manny Manny manager, great guy. He's honest as the day is long and, and he's been helping our listeners for a lot of years. But just ask for Manny, and tell him about censure the general manager will the involved with him as long as he knows your car per listener. You'll be great hands Howard. Do you have a favorite Honda dealer? Do it's a fact. I've got to Honda dealers in Houston. John eagle Honda has been with me for a long, long time. And just great guy. Mac, the law is the president these friend of mine. We talk every single week. He's just he's just a really, really nice. Nice man. Just, you know, one of those guys that you loved go out and have a beer with. He's that kind of guy when you sit down with him. I love one thing that MAC, does he lets me give his cell phone out to my listeners and that cell phone number just so you know, it's seven one three Joe Honda seven one three. Go Honda, MAC will pick that lineup. And he will talk to you. And, and, you know, that's pretty unusual. I've got wrestling Smith Honda as well. If you if you would prefer to talk to them, just depends on, which one is, is closer to you. I am a curiosity. I read a review on the ascent, which is in the chronicle today. I think it's going to be important to be able to talk. To phone. Other words, not may use your cell phone. I'm sure they're gonna outward sooner or later, Texas. You can't use your cell phone while you're driving is does does a Subaru have a bluetooth. So I don't even know what you call it where you could talk with automatically. I know excess does where we're your cellphone comes through, and you could talk to people. Yes, it does. In fact, I'm driving very few vehicles anymore, that don't have bluetooth. Most of them this 0. I'm driving today. You hit a if you get your phone Sankt to the system, there's a button on the steering wheel and you hit that button and it'll say, who would you like to call, and if they're in your phone, you can give name and they'll complete the call for you? It's that simple. When you get done talking, then all you gotta do hit that button on the steering wheel again and you're off the phone. It's just I mean today is is. Extremely common and may end up being one of the biggest lifesavers of the century. We'll.
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"Thanks for joining us on car pro USA. We hope you're having a good weekend. Be careful out there, a lot of people overdo it as you know, the lakes and on the highway. So watch out for the other guy when you're out and about this weekend. So he being track of Jerry, the review vehicle in the newsletter on the website this week. Which last week the Land Rover discovery diesel direct next week. You've got the Rolls, Royce couldn't SUV the Rolls, Royce. What couldn't didn't that if Cullen Cullen? I bet they're not laughing at you with me. Okay. We'll good. So. But I've only got that for a couple of days only that begs the question what have you been driving this week? I've been a great big issue made by INFINITI. It's called the q x eighty LTd that's the monster. That's the big one. Yeah. And this is a new model. The they did refresh to the two thousand eighteen q x eighty last year didn't change dramatically. It's pretty much the same as it's been since two thousand ten except this year. They've got this new interior, which is spectacular. On this one loaded is around ninety two thousand dollars which falls, rod line was navigator Escalade, even Yukon XL. Third row. See lots of cargo area behind the third row seat which is getting a little bit hard to find these days. But it, it, it was a nice issue. There were. There would only be one reason I would not purchase it, and that is that it's just doesn't have up-to-date Electric's like apple carplay Android auto and WI fi. I mean you can get that stuff in a thirty thousand dollar Mazda. And this one doesn't have it, and it just that's the only kicker to this thing, it's got five point six liter v eight, but not four hundred horses, and it'll pass anything but gas station. It's a nice rigged, though. I'll tell you that and off to Houston, Texas, we go to talk to Howard, Howard, welcome. I yeah, I really I've enjoyed your program, and even taped it for years. Thanks howard. We've got a podcast because up it'll be up to three o'clock this afternoon. If you don't know, least I'm eighty four. I am the lease computer. I'm the opposite of nerd I am without my wife. My wife. I, I do you have a favorite Subaru dealer in the city of Houston. Do I ever. I have a great when Gilman Subaru southwest over on west. Same Houston Parkway, if you'll to southwest guy there. Yeah. Manny, Manny Moraga, you'll lack Manny manager great guys honest as the day is long and he's been helping our listeners for a lot of years. But just ask for Manny. Tell him about censure the general manager will be involved with him. As long as he knows your car per listener. You'll be great hands Howard, you have a favorite Honda dealer. I do. It's a fact. I've got to Honda dealers in Houston. John eagle Honda has been with me for a long, long time. And just great guy. Magdala Delap is the president. He's their friend of mine. We talk every single week is just he's just a really, really nice. Nice man. Just, you know, one of those guys that you love to go out and have a beer with. He's that kind of guy when you sit down with him. I love one thing that MAC, does he lets me give his cell phone out to my listeners and that cell phone number just so you know, it's seven one three go Honda seven one three. Go Honda, MAC will pick that lineup. And he will talk to you. And, and, you know, that's pretty unusual. I've got wrestling Smith Honda as well. If you if you would prefer to talk to them, just depends on, which one is, is closer to you. I city I read a review on the 'Send which is in the chronicle today. I think it's going to be important to be able to talk. Two phone. Other words, not may use your cell phone. I'm sure they're gonna outward sooner or later, Texas. You can't use your cell phone while you're driving is does does Subaru have a bluetooth. So I don't even know what you call it where you could talk with automatically. I know excess does where we're your cellphone comes through, and you could talk to people. Yes, it does. In fact, I'm driving very few vehicles anymore, that don't have bluetooth. Most of them this 0. I'm driving today. You hit a if you get your phone Sankt to the system, there's a button on the steering wheel and you hit that button and it'll say, would you like to call and if they're in your phone, you can give them name, and they'll complete the call for you? It's that simple. When you get done talking, then all you gotta do hit that button on the steering wheel again and you're off the phone. It's just I mean bluetooth today is. Extremely common and may end up being one of the biggest lifesavers of the century. We'll just have to say thank.
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"Welcome back to learn English with Cullen and today I wanted to explain to you how classes work so classes come out on the audiobook file thirst. So that's the Impe three. You can listen to that. You can download onto your phone or you can push play. And you can listen to it. So that it's actually playing on your phone and those listens come out on the website at MAG dot com. MAG dot com with listens. Come first. Then you can go inside our app step to and get the notes, listen that appositely on ice agents on Android, and gives you more detail. Inside the listens inside the audio. Listen, so you getting more detail from that listen in there that stint to and then lastly step three the listens come out on video. So the video listen on YouTube. It will always be the last listen that's with the listen Aden's. So please by all means stop with the audio files. This into the audio thirst Dame second Goto app and get you will note, and then certainly come to YouTube and to get an update of listen he had on YouTube. So please, I o means though to the process step was audio out audio at ease. Mag dot com. Stick to is posting app the notes inside the app, which really help you can download that app. It's completely free. And then step number three is listen comes out here on YouTube. So we'll catch you in the next lesson.
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"Hi, welcome back to learn English with Cullen. And thank you to everybody who has lived comments inside every lace in. There is a link where you can send your comments. Thank you very much for those. And today I wanted to ask you a question. I wanted to ask you want is your liberal of English. And so we are going to use the guy that's being provided by the international English language testing system. And in that system, they have a series of five different labels, and we are working with you, basically within three levels and the levels are what I'm going to call an elementary level of English. You might describe yourself as a beginner and in the I E L T is system the. International English language tasting system. You'd be considered a liberal three. Or are you a low intermediate liberal of English learner? Is your living intermediate? And in that case, you would be considered in the international English language testing system level four, or in fact, I you I guess what we would call a high intermediate level of English and the four you'd be considered a number five in the international English language system. And so if you click on the link and scientists listen, tell us what live leveling English shore. If you click the Lincoln, scientists, listen, tell us what level of English language, you're at and then we will be able to guide you I'll be able to guide you to the level of English lessons that we have within our program. Learn English with Cullen.