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"curva" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
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"curva" Discussed on ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show
"Of the week. Phil Kessel now tot dogs now. He does not love to eat hot dogs. We gives out Hyperbole Media Randy Bronco. It's real hot dogs. We look at the foibles PERV Curva lease and mistakes that are made in the hockey media like for example forgetting about all of the influential women on your influential people at hockey. The hockey news put out. It's annual People Power Influence in the hockey industry list. It has a hundred people on it. Ninety six of them were men a There was also a top fifteen media the head. One woman on it. That was Cassie Campbell Pascal. Who's also on the top one hundred list? There was a list of fifteen fifteen non NHL executives somehow. Danny Ryland didn't make that list despite being the Commissioner of the National Women's Hockey League Jayna Hefford also do not make the list it is. It's stunning to me. Like the women that made the top one hundred list were Campbell. Pascal Hillary Night Kim Davis of the NHL and and Hayley wickenheiser maids list. And you think about all of the people that could have made that cut. Here's one that absolutely absolutely stuns me. They have Terry PA- Gula at like number thirty. Something and Kim Gula who if you ask literally anybody buddy within the orbit of the Buffalo Sabres who runs the team. Why it's Kim Pula doesn't make the list you know? Alexandra mandrake you. Who've who've the Seattle franchise hired basically straight away to be their analytics? Group does not make the list. PARV underhill skating. Grew credited by so many people people in this league for improving there game does not make the list you'll to Grad of the NHL. In charge of concussion. Stuff does not make the list like I understand that the immediate default a fall argument is well when you went to quota. I just want you to expand your view beyond every you know dude. WHO's a CEO dude who's the GM dude who's an owner and just default setting to those people being on these lists? Because you know what. Guess what I was on this list. It's a nonsense list. You could literally put uh-huh anybody on this list if you wanted to but you chose to put four women on it out of hundred. That's crazy. Yeah you said you were shocked by Eh. I'm not I think this is a reflection of the views of women and women's hockey particularly. Because you mentioned you know Yes yes Danny Ryland should be on this list. Yes Jayna Hefford should be on this list there. The two women who essentially are figureheads guiding this really tricky landscape of women's professional hockey. Not Right now but this is just how we view women's hockey this. This is how it is. The institutional bias that comes from media comes from other areas. And look were you and I are both guilty of it as well. I don't cover women's hockey as well. They should've I. I'm sure you feel the same way. But the fact that they can't even be recognized like this shows the uphill battle that we have to yeah and the biggest the biggest failing for me. And when we're talking I'm really admit those that I cover it more much more from the perspective and from maybe the the personality perspective that I do the actual casual gameplay perspective on the meaning or as guilty as anybody of knocking the indicate shell a certain level of credibility if I just kind of you know covering it from a what does this mean for women's Women's hockey and here's an interesting player story kind of aspect versus which team is actually leading in the standings. That's that's that's obvious But again like like hundred people on your list and four there were women like there is ample and it's not even it's not even like you know should we force somebody on there to know. Oh there's people that are evidently qualified. You put Don Cherry on the list as a person power influence. He lost all his power and influence this year ear. Congratulations on the hockey news. Now it's signed the puck headlines Dateline Brad Marchand.
Hockey News Releases Its '100 People of Power'... Only 4 Were Women
"Look at the foibles PERV Curva lease and mistakes that are made in the hockey media like for example forgetting about all of the influential women on your influential people at hockey. The hockey news put out. It's annual People Power Influence in the hockey industry list. It has a hundred people on it. Ninety six of them were men a There was also a top fifteen media the head. One woman on it. That was Cassie Campbell Pascal. Who's also on the top one hundred list? There was a list of fifteen fifteen non NHL executives somehow. Danny Ryland didn't make that list despite being the Commissioner of the National Women's Hockey League Jayna Hefford also do not make the list it is. It's stunning to me. Like the women that made the top one hundred list were Campbell. Pascal Hillary Night Kim Davis of the NHL and and Hayley wickenheiser maids list. And you think about all of the people that could have made that cut. Here's one that absolutely absolutely stuns me. They have Terry PA- Gula at like number thirty. Something and Kim Gula who if you ask literally anybody buddy within the orbit of the Buffalo Sabres who runs the team. Why it's Kim Pula doesn't make the list you know? Alexandra mandrake you. Who've who've the Seattle franchise hired basically straight away to be their analytics? Group does not make the list. PARV underhill skating. Grew credited by so many people people in this league for improving there game does not make the list you'll to Grad of the NHL. In charge of concussion. Stuff does not make the list like I understand that the immediate default a fall argument is well when you went to quota. I just want you to expand your view beyond every you know dude. WHO's a CEO dude who's the GM dude who's an owner and just default setting to those people being on these lists? Because you know what. Guess what I was on this list. It's a nonsense list. You could literally put uh-huh anybody on this list if you wanted to but you chose to put four women on it out of hundred. That's crazy. Yeah you said you were shocked by Eh. I'm not I think this is a reflection of the views of women and women's hockey particularly. Because you mentioned you know Yes yes Danny Ryland should be on this list. Yes Jayna Hefford should be on this list there. The two women who essentially are figureheads guiding this really tricky landscape of women's professional hockey. Not Right now but this is just how we view women's hockey this. This is how it is. The institutional bias that comes from media comes from other areas. And look were you and I are both guilty of it as well. I don't cover women's hockey as well. They should've I. I'm sure you feel the same way. But the fact that they can't even be recognized like this shows the uphill battle that we have to yeah and the biggest the biggest failing for me. And when we're talking I'm really admit those that I cover it more much more from the perspective and from maybe the the personality perspective that I do the actual casual gameplay perspective on the meaning or as guilty as anybody of knocking the indicate shell a certain level of credibility if I just kind of you know covering it from a what does this mean for women's Women's hockey and here's an interesting player story kind of aspect versus which team is actually leading in the standings. That's that's that's obvious But again like like hundred people on your list and four there were women like there is ample and it's not even it's not even like you know should we force somebody on there to know. Oh there's people that are evidently qualified. You put Don Cherry on the list as a person power influence. He lost all his power and influence this year ear. Congratulations on the hockey
"curva" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Caravaggio himself as there were three other guys. One was a captain in the Papal Army. Again showing he does have friends. Friends in high places and one of his friends was also badly injured in arrested. After the fact. And it's during this guy's trial where it comes out that the fight was was probably started a gambling debt so something that they could mull over for a little while and get your friends together but Curva Gio is injured in this but he escapes. He's not injured bad enough that he's arrested he gets out of Rome. He's terribly concerned about what will happen to him and rightly so because he's condemned to death in absentia by Pope Paul the fifth so the first place he goes is to the state of the Marquee of Caravaggio is relative so I A friend of his dad's friend essentially From there he goes to Naples in early sixteen seven and he starts painting again and just remember throughout his entire flight. He's still painting which I think is so interesting I mean. Obviously it's partly to make a living but that you would still have it in you and you're running for your life right. And he has to keep moving he moves on from Naples to Malta where he not only keeps painting but he's received into the order of Malta. which is kind of confusing? Because it's something that requires people permission. Yeah and the pope has just condemned him to death. I think that's interesting in. Of course all the While L.. His friends back in Rome. Were working to get a papal dispensation That's the only way he could be pardoned. But I kind of want this fouls spe- handled in reverse order. I think and and get my life spared were received into the order of Malta. But either way he's expelled from the order of Malta. Not Long After and he's jailed. He escapes from jail and goes to Syracuse in Sicily in October. Sixteen O Eight and from there he goes on to Messina and then to a Palermo all the while still working in. It's kind of interesting art. Historians have commented on this work. 'cause obviously you're GONNA look it at anything thing done under such verse circumstances but apparently he really simplifies things and scales down. But it's still just as skilled old and well executed as ever. The only way for him to really get arrest is to get the Pope's pardon at this point but Caravaggio has friends in high places like we mentioned so they've been working on. This seems like a pardon might actually be on the horizon. Finally Caravaggio ends up moving to Naples again But when he's there he's attacked at the door of an in horribly disfigured on his face people even get reports that he's dead by July sixteen ten though he's finally well enough to sail again so he sales for Rome but he's arrested along the way and the boat with all his stuff leaves him behind while he's in jail so he's trying to chase down this boat. He gets as far as Porto Arcola where he dies at thirty eight so he never reaches the boat never gets his pardon while he's alive if he is actually pardoned three days later three days later. So yeah. That's that's sad to say the least and it's interesting though. The circumstances around his death are appropriately. Controversial too often believed to have died alone on the beach. which is terribly depressing and probably seems plausible right but his first biographer Giovanni made things even worse? He painted a picture Sing quote finally. Having arrived in a place on the beach. He was put in bed with a high fever and having no human help within a few days he died as miserably he had lived lived. I think that makes it worth it makes. It seem like not only. Does he die alone on the beach. Somebody puts him in bed and then leaves him and then abandons funny dies alone definitely taking it up a notch but his death was really not quite that dramatic records from the Archives Exhibit. Show that Caravaggio was found delirious Laureus on the beach but then he was taken to the hospital and he died there. Two days later presumably not entirely abandoned by everyone at the hospital It's still unclear. uh-huh what killed him right. Maybe it was. Malaria could have been that maybe the knights of Malta or maybe even the pope I mean during his successful although very stressful career on the run he was kind of afraid that people hitman. We're after him. Yeah so it was a concern of Caravaggio is at least but we also have have to address those bones that were supposedly Caravaggio 's and identified as his last summer First of all though why would this even and be an issue. Oh you know. Presumably artist is famous as Caravaggio would have a monument and A marker setup immediately after his death but even though Oh it's pretty hard to believe after Caravaggio death he faded into obscurity. Almost immediately I mean he had an influence on later artists but people pretty pretty much forgot who he was until he had this big resurgence of the beginning of the twentieth century. So that's why we knew he definitely died in PORTA coli. But we didn't know exactly where he was in twenty ten silvio Vin chatty. WHO's the president of a private organization that seems to go around in? Id the remains of illustrious deceased. Italian searches Dante announced that his team had identified bones of Caravaggio from the PORTA Kobe. Crypt yeah you may be asking. How did they do this? So here's a little bit about their method. They examined skeletons at the crypt eliminating ones. That didn't fit. Caravaggio 's specs basically bay carbon dated things down to one skeleton and then they tested that sample against the DNA from families who renamed Maria or Marie CEO from Carvalho. So they did this. Basically because Carvalho didn't have any kids of his own and the committee couldn't find his actual descendants siblings descendants. I should say so. They kind of had to take their best guess. Yeah that's one thing that makes people a little uncomfortable triple with this. Finding but the group also concluded that the presumed Caravaggio skeleton had suffered from lead poisoning. which would would would also add up for an artist at the time had suffered from syphilis and had died from sunstroke but art historians have been really really skeptical of this claim to say the least the New York Times article that we mentioned earlier had quotes from quite a few art historians story INS with varying tone of dismissal but I included one shrimp to Moscow Monari of the University of Naples? WHO said quote in the four hundredth anniversary of Karabagh? She owes death. This committee has concocted a compelling discovery thinking it will attract tourists. It's all very depressing. Yeah Sir not very confidence inspiring no not at all so I guess. I'm hoping that we'll find out more in the four hundred hundred first anniversary of Caravaggio staff. Because I don't like my my ex missions to be depressing in up in the air. Thank you so much for joining us today. For this Saturday. Classic if you have heard any kind of email address S. or maybe a facebook URL. During the course of the episode that might be obsolete it might be doubly obsolete because we have changed our email address again. You can now reach us at history podcasts broadcasting I heart radio DOT COM. And we're all over social media at missed in history and you can subscribe to our show on Apple podcast. Google podcasts the iheartradio radio APP and wherever else he was into podcasts..
Verona handed partial stadium ban over racist abuse towards Mario Balotelli
"Batali on the receiving end as he played for Brescia. Verona Verona of subsequently being handed a one-match partial stadium closure over the racist abuse. Suffered by Ayala tally in a club. Statement Verona confirmed the supporter in question WHO's the head of the ultras At Verona Luca Castellini. I was given a ban until June thirty at twenty thirty and I'm not going to repeat what Castellini said about Mario Batali but the statements enough for me to warrant a lifetime ban for this guy and you know there was some people talking about the way ballot. Telly reacted when it was all going down. What did he booted the ball? And he talked about that He's I'm reading from this from the Daily Mail. The Italian striker admits he felt he quote had to react and reveals. It hurt three times as much because his young daughter was watching on TV. He said I know that we're not supposed to give these people attention. But we can't just not underline the seriousness of what they're doing either Belly told us to Eleni television. He said if I don't react nothing will happen. You can call me an idiot. I don't mind that but if you call me a n that's it's not done by mistake. That's serious I stopped play because I thought that's it I'd had enough. I say punish those who were guilty and not the whole curva because that is the beauty of football. I never accused the whole city. Idea Verona. Just those few idiots who are responsible. It's unbelievable that here. We are because I remember the last time player booted ball into the stand in that manner. I can remember it was it was for. AC Mellon maybe eight or nine years ago and they were playing lower league team same uncertainly one of their black players was was subject to this abuse and to see it repeat itself is terrible can get out of this. Well there's one. Other guy that I wanted dimension here Verona's manager Ivan Djuric. Who basically instead of reacting the way that like you would hope the opposing manager would in a situation in like this and show some contrition instead? This is like Sadly it feels like this is the playbook that it nope didn't happen when they go straight to that And it's I don't know it. Just it just sheds this light this like sadly consistent light upon on the way these issues are handled in that league. Yes you're just waiting for someone like of note somebody of prominence to step forward and just like like the Italian government maybe well. Yeah Yeah because I saved this last week came up on my phone from the BBC. And I saved it Because then you this was going to happen again and I just thought look at the reaction to this versus the reaction to racism in Syria. To Italian footballers have being given one-match bans for drum roll. Please blasphemy during series matches. Salo's Francesco Imaginary paramore's Matteo scored Allah were shown on television making blasphemous remarks in separate incidents. There is a strict ban on taking God's name him and Van in Italy of the nation's Football Association has discipline players her doing so. Since twenty ten almost a decade Houdini and as a midfielder Orlando Mandra was banned for the offense in two thousand eighteen. And according to not the government's room but rules but the Italian f.a.s.t rules players who wear t shirts with personal messages to their family or which make reference to their religious beliefs will also be punished so this is this. This is possible the Italian government can get involved. But there's no will to do wish none whatsoever like the idea. Blasphemy man who may or may not exist depending on what you believe in. That's fine in the sky. Gets all the respect. You'll get a match bat instantly for blasphemy for saying. Oh Oh God or something of that nature but your fellow human being but your fellow human being that has a beating heart and blood and nervous system and thoughts and feelings is and family and future and hopes and dreams. He gets on the long finger. There's protocol that has to be followed. Whatever the hell that means for that guy but for man in the sky no problem no problem so that is just another window into society when the Italian government can can interject into into Italian football and band for saying God but racism? It's a tricky not one. How are we gonNA come on? It's ridiculous and it's all about power structures and the will to actually tackle this
"curva" Discussed on KOMO
"Again depends on a lot of things right now the first series goes second Sir is we don't know yet we haven't talked about that yet but get him out there play a very familiar opponent good opponent well we played a one lane here last year so they're always a great challenge all of them but yet give those guys in and I guess coming I sit somebody else for the group Huskies work out off site today and continue to March toward their season opener two weeks from Saturday against eastern Washington on motley could Cougars over that same day August thirty first at night under the lights implement as New Mexico state preseason women's college volleyball poll is out in the Huskies committed number thirteen Washington state never twenty two sports attentive forty past each hour Tom what are the home of the Huskies come on homeowners time eight eleven the Ohio State University wants to trade mark a common word the Ohio State University has filed a trademark application for the heat the Buckeyes wanted for a line of clothing featuring T. H. E. in big letters part of the application includes a mock up of a shortened hat but Josh curva trademark lawyer who discovered the filing believes OS you will get an initial refusal because the words he is not used in trademark fashion in the labeling and tagging of a product Ribeiro ABC news como news time now aids twelve there is a big controversy concerning the privacy of users of one of the world's biggest social media platforms Facebook confirming it hired outside contractors to listen to and transcribe audio chats of users on its messenger app the company says it wanted to be sure the voice messages were being correctly interpreted and users had opted in to having their conversations transcribed but according to a new report from Bloomberg those outside contractors were troubled by their work listening to people's private conversations they found it unethical big tech companies including Amazon and apple have come under fire recently for collecting audio from consumers something critics say invades privacy Facebook says it has ended the practice and that much like apple and Google we paused to human review of audio more than a week ago and the report comes as Facebook has been under scrutiny for its privacy policies recently they agreed to pay a five billion dollar fine to the government in connection with its use of user data and privacy issues that's A. B. C. news economics reporter Rebecca Jarvis in San Francisco a high school is going to cover up a mural that shows George Washington owning slaves actor and George Washington high school alum Danny Glover told the school board last night that the mural should remain on covered because he says it's important to feel uncomfortable some time the book is by what race is due out here.
"curva" Discussed on KOMO
"Sustainable Ryan Harris como news to come on news time coming up on three fourteen I think every ten minutes on the force right back to marina rack injures not even afternoon commute time you had a day already we have so many things going on right now so we'll start in Tacoma south on I five bumper to bumper solid traffic as you try to make your approach to highway sixteen because of a semi that went off the roadway into a construction area so now just the right lane blocked but it did because quite a back up at the time when we had all the lanes blocked southbound I. five from highway eighteen down through the five curva solid as well down to the port of Tacoma wrote now northbound traffic a slowing down to see what's going on in Tacoma so that's why it's so slow as you leave highway sixteen on up toward supportive to come around we have another collision reported north down I five just north of highway five sixteen the counterpoints road the two right lanes are blocked and that's why it's so tough heading north bound from two eighty eight but southbound is also slowing down to take a look so that's already heavy from mid Boeing field all the way down to the five sixteen interchange southbound I. five a solid from north gate into Seattle southbound four or five really struggling from north of five twenty into the new castle neighborhood and I do want to mention at second and Madison there's some activity going on there because of a card that drove into a donut shop so they are dealing with that they have the car on the tow truck as we speak but they've had to I do some temporary closures about medicine and second your next come on traffic at three twenty four glass all over the sidewalk there isn't there marina and when it comes to the weather we are seeing showers right now coming down quite a bit in the sky come much devol area in parts.
"curva" Discussed on Sex With Emily
"Masturbation routine. If you've been wanting to date again. This is served. Check it out. You know. And then, like so this would be good for people that are trying to find like somewhat like a third, a third or even like I was thinking about, just sort of getting like a quote unquote lover like they used to say in the seventies, I have another, you know, and I could go onto the open app and just look for someone like a friend with benefits and not feel super like we both know what we're looking for. And we both know that, that we have this idea of sex that might be a little bit more progressive. Right. She could say friends benefit, although I don't know about your not friends yet, though. No, no, no, no. Could be casual it could be like, yeah, you got to dinner drink, you know, no strings. So when they Google you 'cause ELS in this position than I am like your book will come up at curvy girl sack. Yeah. And that your sex educator. And then do feel that the first date then goes into sex right away while I don't give them line last name. So I just sort of talked to them in, and, you know, I try and hold out as long as possible for not saying, what I do. And yeah, yeah, but how soon if you let's say you meet someone and you're into it, though. How soon would you like to talk about sex? So forget what you do. I think it's different for everyone and where you are. You know what I mean? Like different it used to be for me like right away. Let's talk about. And then let's do it, you know. And now I it just it's the place in my life. Now, I just I want to talk about the how much excites me the idea of being sex educator. But I don't necessarily need to start talking about, you know what we wanna do to each other immediately. I need that connection. So let's talk about your your inspiration for Curva goal sex and the response, but may do it's been out, but I feel like we'll keep calling and asking questions about it. Keep finding it too. So I'm constantly asking being asked questions about it too. It's a great book. I think it is it's one hundred and one positions, and it's great for every size of curvy girl and for Kirby guys and for different sexualities, and all of that, but it's sort of. I found for me when I was writing the book, it gave me permission to try things that I thought might not work some like I'm doing it for science. You. So I would try different pillows, or I would try it in the shower or try, it outside on the, you know, the back of a truck, you know, go camping all that kind of stuff. And so it was really interesting so that I can put myself through it. And also be able to to speak to it as well. I love it 'cause I love it. It's a position book because I feel like you mean tips and positions because I just I feel that people are so limited. We're all limited in what we think about sex. We think that there's, there's missionary sex Thurs person on top dog style, Don what else do I do now? Yeah..
"curva" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"You got some pretty big names involved here. Erin is going to be emceeing it. Of course, you got teddy singing in the famed. Belinda woman is going to be singing arch deal. Many years ago, the famed anchor on on channel eight and Lanny the genius puff o and men yet. A lotta great great names that are going to be a part of this thing. Is there a website that people can get information Curva case for kids, which is spelt K, the number four K I D And then dot com. Okay. That's the letter k the number four and then K I D DC dot com. And Paula thanks for joining us on AM Tampa Bay. Thank you for having me see out there Paula. That's going to be quite an event last year so much fun. It's fifteen after a we go to the newsroom and Chris treatment. President Trump's filing a lawsuit intended to keep his Bank records from being handed out to congress. Trump his family and businesses filed the lawsuit to stop Deutsche Bank and Capital One from complying with congressional subpoenas demanding Bank records lawsuit says the subpoenas were issued to harass the president by rummaging through his personal finances. Joe Biden's calling for a fifteen dollar federal minimum wage a public option for Medicare and more taxes for the rich speaking at his first official campaign rally in Pittsburgh, the former vice president said he supports unions and is working to win back working class voters videos, allegedly showing New England Patriots owner, Robert Kraft and other men receiving sex services. At a Florida spa will be sealed the judge ruled the videos pose a threat to a fair trial craft. And twenty four other men are accused of soliciting prostitution that the massage parlor in Jupiter during the NFL playoffs on Chris tranquil NewsRadio WFL a now. Let's check sports from the ninety five three WD an AM six twenty sportscenter on their and Jacobson the raise made it three straight wins yesterday. When they beat the royals on the road eight to five they take on Kansas City again today, it's the second game of a four game series. Tonight's first pitch is at eight fifteen in the second round of the NBA playoffs last night, the Philadelphia seventy Sixers even the series at one game apiece with a ninety four eighty nine win over Toronto on the road in game. One.
"curva" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
"He disabled or dizzy, just recovering from broken lit. I took it as he's disabled. Yeah. I'm the comic he's disabled. He has a crutch like that, you know, he's so full of sass and fire. He keeps joking that he got him because the foster did push him out the window, and he has cancer. And I never could actually get a sense about what was going on with him. So there is something wrong with his walking. That's not going to heal the one line. He says that's true. This was in the trailer. He's like, oh, you're like why so dark you're a disabled foster kid, you have it all he has a sense of humor about where he is. Which is something Billy does not have Billy's. Like, I'm not going to get attached. I'm not even going to be here that long although that last woman he went to see was the last address in his book, he had forty five different people that had his mother's name he'd gone city to city. That's what I was gonna ask their forty five Bassin's infidel fear it would see travelling the country was riding the rails. Like, there's one out in California. Let's go see if that's her. It was mentioned that he came from Pittsburgh two weeks before. So I take it to mean that he was moving around. Okay. Because we'll find out. He's from what Minnesota originally. That's where he got lost. Yeah. So he was on a very slow travel east. But when you don't ever driver's license that's pretty remarkable in and of itself, and Freddie, probably because of his disability is the character. That's obsessed with superheroes. He has a whole memorabilia case full of like a bullet that hit superman and got smashed or. The battering that was used and I don't know in one of the movies. Maybe we saw he said it was a replica Batta rang. And I actually think that was a product placement I owned that better. But I did like these little details because with the marvel universe. I don't know if you've ever seen it like really ground level here, we see kids, and they're talking about superman and Batman, and yeah, he's supposedly has this bullet that bounced off of superman, it's kind of neat to see like is something missing from Auckland where at that could have just been aqua man story before the Justice league ever happened. I don't know. But here. Yeah, they're referencing that larger DC universe. So even though well, we'll see superman in this. But we don't really see them. If feels like it's still sitting that universe. If that's where they wanna go. I like that a lot what we've seen in the marvel universe is like at the end of ventures. We saw kids were inspired. We've seen toys we've seen kids playing with captain America shields and whatnot. But here if this is a world where superheroes are real. And I can't decide if in this world. Superheroes are fictitious. Like, did they ever have superhero comic books or super? Heroes, just come out of nowhere. But in a world where there is a superman and a wonder woman, and there is a Batman and a flash and a cyborg in an aqua, man. It makes sense that they would be teen idols. Right. I mean, they would be the Jonas brothers of their time. Yeah. Or the sports stars Michael Jordan's of their time as well for boys. And again, this is the perspective of the movie is what superheroes mean two children. Freddie is our character that most directly tapped into that they all like them and all wish to be bigger and have attributed adulthood, but it's Freddie who specifically covets being a superhero. And because of that Billy thinks he can sell his memorabilia and with that cash. Go back out on the road. That's the turning point. Is that at the time? He's about to lead the family, Freddie, has a run in with the school bullies Brett and Burke Brier, those are some serious bullies that you hit someone with your car and they park like that regularly. They just drive up to the. Curva go to school like we'll see them do that again later they go to that school. I don't get this school because darla seems like she's elementary school. Mary's about to go to college at central again, giving not to Fawcett comics who originally published Zan, I don't know Philadelphia. Do you have schools that are K through twelve seems unlikely? But again, this feels like a Nickelodeon show to me. And so I just go with the logic of that everyone in the foster house is going to go to the same school. And Brenton Burke what we're supposed to understand is Billy demonstrates.
"curva" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Website wealthed dot com. You'll see what's there along with a bunch of new articles. We do have another video that went out yesterday. And we're going to have one going out this next week on some of this market volatility. Some things that we talked about on yesterday's program and how to deal with market volatility notice it it was up again today. But then it sort of retreated and last time, I looked it was almost even at least I think it was the Dow the s&p probably somewhere close to that as well. The ten year crept up I think a little bit. We're almost at three point two now with the ten year that almost looking exciting to you, professor Plum three point two percent for ten years. It doesn't really me. Exciting. It's interesting that makes it a little bit more palatable to have money in short-term instruments. Yeah. Yeah. It makes the buckets strategy where we're putting a portion of the money into safer areas that we could draw on for the next five six years. Look a little better. I mean. It's six one after the other the higher the the that goes, they're more inflation, we may have to so that we may have to have more money there. Anyway, just to take up some inflation. But it looks better. Why usually they react to the inflation by raising the interest rates. We haven't been able to get any inflation whatsoever. So I don't know. But anyway, interest rates are up just a little bit on on the ten year and the thirty year is somewhere close to three point three odds something anyway, I just can't get all that excited about interest rates yet. We will see maybe maybe sometime in the next year. And this is not a prediction. It's just a guess on my part, but it will be interesting to figure out if they continue to raise the very very short term rate if the ten year rate happens to follow and we wind up next year at some point with four percent thirty year rates thirty year would have to be higher than that. Well, yeah, I was thinking on the ten year the fed has expressed desire. They're going. They say they're gonna do it regardless of raising the rates in December. And then they expect to do it three more times next year. He'd be roughly a one point increase on the super short rates, the basically risk hundred basis points, and we're at the two percent Mark now. So that would put it up around three percent on the overnight rate. Right. So so you would. Expect the what's been happening. So far we actually saw a little bit of a steepening. The yield curve recently where the longer term rates went up more than the short term rates, but we saw a little bit. They raised the short-term it, and it didn't change the curve that when we're talking about the curve we're talking about the different raft. Plot of the interest rates for time. You know, thirteen overnight thirteen week, you know, six months five years. As you would expect the interest rate to be lower the higher the longer. It is highly didn't change the slope of the Curva. Just move the whole curve up. Yeah. Because everything moved everything movies lockstep. Yeah. Pretty much except so in the last week or two that we did see a little bit of a steepening of the curve because you know, four or five six weeks ago what we were talking about we're talking about. Oh, wow. This is getting pretty flat the curve wasn't curbing. It was the line. And it was pretty horizontal. And unfortunately, when it goes to a negative slope that tends to mean, something down the line something not good is going to happen nine to fifteen eighteen months down the line. Well, this thinking historically that sort of looks like, but it didn't do that. It actually went the other way a little bit. So again, it's it's it's it's a short term thing. And it's kind of flat. What we're talking about? Here is you wanna have a difference between the let's just say, let's pick to the ten year treasury, and let's say the thirty year treasury. The longer the maturity it should give you a little premium for locking it up. It should give you better premium, but it doesn't and right now we're right around three point one nine on the ten year and around three point three something I didn't look on the thirty year. There isn't a reward for going out thirty years. And that's what we mean by a flattening curve the closer the ten year gets to the thirty year. And it's not just these two. But I'm using these two as an example, the closer the ten year gets to the thirty year, the flatter the what they call the yield curve is at some point. And it has happened in the past the they're rewarding you the tenure is higher than the thirty year. It has happened is that not now, but there have been times in the past. And that's what we mean by what's called an inverted yield curve. You are not rewarded for going out. Why would I why would I get paid less to hold my money for thirty years? Then I would for ten years. It just doesn't make any sense. And so usually an inverted yield curve is indicative of something else problematic, and it's it's not immediate either. So if it verts during the day, which it's not close to. But if it were it's not like, oh, the sky is falling. We better get out today. It tends to lead to it. Not immediately react to it. Yeah. It really does. But as we get this is not intended to be an economic discussion. But, but as we get into the ads, the ten year starts to creep up, and that's sort of a benchmark the tenure oftentimes mortgages are, you know, kind of follow trail what the ten year is doing to a certain degree and we've seen that. But as the tenure gets closer to its historical norms, which for many many years. The ten year hovered between roughly four on the low side, maybe five and a half on the high side six that's just sounds so high now that we're so used to the last ten years or more being. Fifteen years it being low. Yeah. And so as we get closer the ten year happens to get closer to this four percent low side of the historical. Norman, historically, you know. I mean, it depends on what what the time segment you're you're looking at. But roughly who knows I mean, maybe we're going to start to see a return to better interest rate. Lending for savers. Yeah. There is no incentive to lend money. So anyway. Is this gonna happen? Honestly, I don't know. Because if you look at the other side of this and people are starting to say, I'm getting nervous. It's going to be recession. Oh, my and it becomes a self fulfilling prophecy, which means that the Fed's going to have to cut interest rates to whatever degree that helps. I don't happen to think it does. But. That would mean they, you know, once again going back down into the lower lower reaches of interest rates, and I just don't know that that's a good idea. Anyway, this really didn't have any had anything to do with what our emails are asking about. I find it fascinating though, that that the ten year is doing what it's doing bonds. I really just you know, they're not that all that indicative of the economy, but they can be in many respects..
"curva" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"After the close their earnings report ender subscription numbers are due in before that though. The stock is up one point nine percent at three thirty nine thirty three per share. And there's a lot of activity in their options trading. That's a Bloomberg business flash politics policy, power and law continues. Thank you. Greg tomorrow at two PM Wall Street time, the Federal Reserve are released the minutes of its September policy meeting, which resulted in twenty five basis point hike in the Fed's benchmark rate speaking with Bloomberg dot Bank, global strategist Benke Chata explained his outlook for interest rates over the next two years as far as you know, twenty twenty s concerned I wouldn't rule out continued rate hikes. If you look at where rates are relatives to history. We're in a completely different lays that a different plane genus Malik is a Bloomberg news Federal Reserve reporter. She's in our Bloomberg interactive brokers studio for more on the fed minutes coming out tomorrow and Gina. What will you be looking for in the minutes a couple of things? So I think most importantly. What is really interesting is to get a read on what the fed is thinking about the neutral interest rate, which is basically the setting that delineates the divide between easy policy and restrictive policy. And so we've seen a lot of de-emphasis of the neutral raid from both fed chair, Jay Powell and New York fed president John Williams. But I think it's really important where they think that level lies in how they think they're assessing that level as they approach it because really it's sort of trying to give any guidance better rate hiking cycle without talking about the neutral rate, it's kind of akin to hiking without a destination. You need it as sort of the guide, and when fed policymakers talk about what they think is appropriate for monetary policy. It's always couched in terms of you know, will get restrictive will get above neutral. And so I think how they're thinking about that is going to be really a key point to focus on in these minutes. I think another thing that could be interesting is any discussion about how they're talking and thinking about trade they mentioned it several times in the prior set of meeting minutes. And so I imagine it will come up again in this most recent round and the meeting how can just shortly after the two hundred billion dollars in terrorists. Announced by the White House. And so I think that could be a really interesting. To keep an eye on in your story about this very thing. You have this quote from mister Powell that really struck me. And here it is. We may go pass neutral, but we're a long way from neutral at this point probably. And it was the probably that made me go. Okay. So this is a squishy kind of amorphous thing that they still need as a guidepost. Right. The probably is really the the key thing there. They really don't know where this level is. And I think it's one of those sort of you know, when you see it, you know, they're kind of expecting that if they get up to or around or even a little bit pass neutral, they'll start to see job gains slowed down, they might start to see sort of inflation get tamped back a couple of the things you would expect, you know, world with tight monetary policy. I think the issue there is you wouldn't know it until after the fact and for markets, and for anyone looking for any kind of certainty of what the fed is going to be doing what you really want is some sort of more clear projection, and I can quit. We're hearing a lot of fit speaker say is we just can't give you that certainty. Right now, we just don't know where it is mental. I think there's going to be a lot of attention into how they they are figuring it out what is going into their thought process as they sort of talk about where that level is and how how far above it. They need to go. And I think that is going to be really the key thing to watch not just in this set of minutes, but kind of as we proceed throughout the next year and well into twenty nineteen and possibly even into twenty twenty. Are the minutes going to be a little bit dated given that we had the big downdraft inequities last week along with the big uptick in treasury yields. Yeah. Absolutely. I think I think that mouth obtained treasury longer term data treasury yields which kind of you in the Curva bid is certainly wanting that's gonna make these a little dated also the stock selloff. I'm not sure that the fed will care about that in any huge way. But it could at the margin matter. I think also potentially important is the fact that we've had sort of an come to an agreement on NAFTA on a rewrite of NAFTA US MCA now. Since then, I think that was progress that they probably would would take him takeout. When thinking about the trade issues, and we've had a pretty sort of in line inflation report in jobs reports since then, and so I think all of those things are probably going to have made these minutes a little bit old not to mention the fact that we have heard just eight ton from these fed speakers since this meeting, they have just been everywhere all across the country all across the globe talking about what they talked about at that meeting and what they're thinking about today. And so I think that is all going to kind of make these a bit dated, you know, it's interesting that you say that because the fed even shows up in the eco research rap the concern that there are tools that the fed needs to wrestle with a bad economy. They don't have a bad economy right now is that works out beautifully. But that some point they may need these tools. So yeah. So I found this city really interesting because it's talking about something that the fed often talks about adding a new dimension to it. So the point of this this study, which is called mortgage. Per payment in past dependent effects of monetary policy. Is that because such a big portion of American debt is held in fixed rate mortgages, you could actually see a world where not just the rate setting today, but the rate-setting yesterday matters for monetary policy. So the idea here is that a lot of the recent cuts interest rates are stimulative is because when that happens mortgage borrowers refinance, but if you have had a long period of really low and stable interest rates, and then you've kind of hiked up to maybe three percent. And then you could not very many people are going to have much of an incentive to refinance. And so you could really see a muted effect from rate increases are rate cuts, and that's really something worrying because the fed already knows that their terminal rate in this hiking cycle is likely to be a lot lower than in previous cycles. So if not only do they have less room to cut, but those cuts pack less punch, I think that's something that they need to be really worried about and probably really attuned to going into the next crisis. Okay..
"curva" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Fifty nine left to go in the first period blues headed to the power play Alex O with you coming up. We have the on the run intermission report will recap this first period the man behind the design Alex Rodriguez joins Chris Kerber up here. The broadcast, Alex. Finished the first period down with Chris Curva enjoyed by tally. Two fifty nine to go in the third baron. I period trying to really speed this game. Flus going back to the power play. Spits in the box for tripping blues. Get the part fire fire the pass through and it ends about zone. And Jen has to. Go back to get it. Get it over the line stars. Jim Jen leaves Schwartz the blue line Betrand Gelo on the backhand for Peron missed him. Stars will get it ahead to FOX down into the blues. Zona goes up for trans lose their circles in it. He skates forcing FOX or to put that stick in drops it back blue skied it in over the line. And this one goes download into the corner. Shan, reaching for the puck read. Right back and cleared out by the stars. And that'll at least give the blues chance in the offense zone end with another face off. He asked me to give them a chance to get fresh bodies out there. I think they could use it right now. The Saint Louis blues with this Schwartz powerful unit a bit out of sync. So they're going with the O'Reilly unit and look the Pat maroon data set up shop front of the net. And there goes pay fifty five again and impose a guy wearing talked about much. He's really good face on. He's a big goal four inches shorter than Ben Bishop. The get him going side decided to start working that top rim there. Go east to west and quickly. Get some one timers on this guy. Stars. When the ga clear it down all four to go. This is the third power play the game for the blues were still in zero zero hockey game. Shooting. Dallas thirteen to four part coming around to the new year weighing O'Reilly gets to as he tried to set it up the puck deflects the Bosak two men in front banning was maroon on a pass just out of his reach and another clear. Minute thirty seven to go in the period. Thirty five seconds to go here in the power play. Maroon. Corner Pearl Riley burst real set up on the power play for the blues in this one. Here's Bosak to Perico returns it over to Bosak Bosak to the goal line. The Maruni jammed it on the flex away. And there's terrorists Cinco coming over to the new year wing Bosak has it. But as he looked back or an option for Perico was poke check off his stick. St Louis corners, people back at even strength. And no Riley gets it over to Tara shot on this save and maroon going to be shoved by Glenn Dolan and everybody else in. He does everybody else out of the way. I was the best chance to Saint Louis blues. Hat on this power plant is actually win. The Dallas Stars went full strength fighter. Five is a Riley found Tarasenko on the back end there but little shaky start at Saint Louis blues. Three power plays in a row so trying to find their rhythm. And you could tell us preseason. But he have to think at one point they need to cash in on one of these powerplays Baton Rouge was going to the bench, and he stopped in front of the Dallas venture was barking at somebody. I don't know. Jimmy, Montgomery, one of the other sister coaches looking at it. I don't know about player said something it looked like he might sherpa, Jamie. Ben. I absolutely love that element. That the Saint Louis blues have when they were fortunate enough to be able to sign Pat maroon this off season. Lose back at even strength. Here's Thomas into the offensive zone. Throws on the brakes. Ben's gonna put a stick in his back down into the corner. Now Beirut, they're going after it. Tom has gotten the road. They Reuther keeps. It comes out to bend at fourth line as a battle here against the top line for the stars. And they jammed with the blue line with boom Easter on the ice and force an offside with twenty four point five seconds to go here in the first period and to your point curbs right there. You know, maroon said something that last game O'Brien was the guy Chirpin the blues bench. And that's why he fought everyone thought some happened the neutral zone, but O'Brien's Turpin the blues Benjamin. And that is something that guys like, Pat maroon they don't take a liking to. And it's a big big. No, no in time ruined stepped up and took care of business last game there he goes up in the the best that Dallas Stars. I love seventeen seconds to go in the period that goes down into the corner Schwartz up to the blue line parade. Go returns it to him. We've got. Five on five hockey. Here's Shannon the corner. Try to get it up to the blue lines. And that one's knocked down by coma. What a plight kept in by Perico at the buzzer timelines down fourteen shots on goal for the blues. Three power plays. But there over three four shots on goal for the stars Allen with four saves and Alex Ferrario we've got zero zero hockey game better. You said zero zero the no score. Because I usually always butcher that. Or what what what what's your pet peeve curves? It's what I say. There's no score or when there's zero hockey game. No, no, no, I well. That's not a pet peeve. I just always liked to joke with that. They're actually use a score the score just happens to be here. I have to remember that sports. We say when nobody has scored. Yeah. We say no score. Everybody understands that. But legitimately there is a score zero zero. This sounds like something that needs to be saved for hockey. Halftime. There we go. There you go to the bluest Chris Kerber were into the on the run intermission report. A no score.
"curva" Discussed on Shift+F1
"Okon peer gasoline, Lance stroll rounding out the top ten stro- getting Williams into Q three behind the top ten. We've got Magnusson Sirotkin again Williams pretty high up starting. Alonzo Perez LeClair and fifteenth Hartley van Dorn than Ericsson who got a ten place group penalty for an engine change followed by Ricardo and Holcomb. Berg who got since the back of the grid for power unit changes. So for me the question going into the start was what's gonna do? He he has never the stat. Is he has never gained a place on opening lap the season. And I think a lot of last season two. But does that mean that he's going to see first place to Sebastian federal they are teammates after all? And federal as the defacto race. You know, the the one that Ferrari's thrown all their chips in with. So I was really curious to see how this started. Do you wanna take us through the start? Oh god. It's it's so much happening. All at once. I mean, the first thing that I saw is already you saw toward the back there. Just Hartley getting completely swamped at the start Reichen and got off to a pretty a pretty solid start. But from the first veteran Hamilton ended up kind of caught up together. And their sequences that first chicane that sort of starts off of Monza already was sort of. Sort of foreshadowed what was going to happen next where you know, that'll tries to cut off the inside of the first part of the cane, but that ends up. I think seeding Hamilton the inside of the second part of the chicane, and sort of through the, you know, that's kind of the way it's going to work is that it's it's hard to get an edge. And and hold onto it. Reichman? I really I really thought that he was going to blow it because he had a bad lockup of there at the start. And I was you have that moment. Right. Where it's oh here we go. It's is the start of the race. And here here goes Reichen. He's already he's already screwing it up. But he he managed to manage the rally, and he gets out ahead through curve, Curva Guerande and then. Well, opinions are going to differ. I think about what happens next. So. That'll and Hamilton are racing through Curva. 'grande health is a strong run coming out of there and the racing down to the second Kane and. It looks to me on replay like vessels a little bit indecisive heading into that second chicane. Right. He sort of. He is not sure which line he wants to defend like the car almost watching the replay it almost wobbles as he's like double and triple thinking himself heading the second chicane, and he starts to cover the outside line. And then at the last minute he starts to want to move back over the inside the Hamiltons already there. It's a tight chicane. It's you you come up on it fast coming out of curb grant and down that little straight. And there there was I think they're absolutely was room. But as Hamilton takes that inside position, he Knicks. He knicks. That'll I wanna say and it. It's been it's front, right. Hitting Hamilton's left side pot. It's first a it's first a left turn in right? Yeah. And that pretty much. I mean, that's that's kind of battles race to an extent. Rightly he gets all the way back does the rage. Spin thing you see drivers do sometimes just completely fast way, turn the car around..
"curva" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Some delays here and there. Thick fog and haze along the way to go to the Schuylkill expressway, just to recap the westbound direction, we have quite a delay from the Rosa boulevard out to around Gladwin west of this. We had that overturned vehicle. Accident at conshohocken out of the way. The eastbound Schuylkill is also jammed from four seventy six the blue route down to the contract Curva, certainly no bright sun this morning. But again, there's the delay. Both ways on the Schuylkill expressway. A bigger problem south on I ninety five we're at or crawl approaching cop and down approaching Gerard avenue. It's an accident up ahead in the left lane that only happened within the last several minutes a south on ninety five quickly backing up the left lane blocked up ahead of you. What's off of the vine expressway. Taking a look at the Mealey's furniture jam Cam, the styles you'll love for less looking. Okay. Some heavy traffic the ramp to go to the eastbound Schuylkill and up to thirtieth street via turnpike is all right for now. We kind of jump started the rush hour here on four twenty two backed up from oaks down to the approach trooper you'll see it. It's an accident on the left shoulder of the roadway. That's the reason for that problem. Not too far away in Limerick. A report of a vehicle fire lynnfield trap road at Limerick road. Fire department arriving onto the scene big problems and Chester county. It's the westbound thirty bypass de toward for the last couple of hours from three forty all the way out to route eighty two manner wrote a pretty long stretch, it's an overturned tractor trailer reportedly carrying mail they're in the process of offloading. It it may be a couple more hours through the rush. So again, that's west thirty bypass detour three forty to route eighty two the eastbound cyber most of our listeners are heading is open and moving along everything else. Just busy moving to New Jersey. We go to the forty two freeway northbound a lot of heavy going already jammed from Blackwood Clements. Into to ninety five fifty five is jammed up and across Delaware river bridges. We're okay for now. Mass transit no reported delays. From the TruMark financial twenty four hour traffic center, I'm Sam clover exam..
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"curva" Discussed on Storynory
"Panyu each other a few years back he hit hit her with his riding crop after her cowards strayed into a fields belonging to curve a carso hello na he exclaimed is that really you my my how you've changed tell me how you came by such fair and welldeserved four choon the old lady spilled out the whole story the steward listened to her with a grave expression on his face do not repeat this to anyone for less kindly souls than i would accuse you of black magic nor some crime as soon as he left the hotel he climbed up when his white horse and rhodes street to the place of the old woman's house he found finance on a golden stool outside the golden rules of house arranging some metro flowers in a golden vase he sprang from his horse and went down on one knee good lady on the steward of curve are no less and i have come all this way with an offer some mary you phanat looked him up and down mary you how do i know you will be any good as a husband hyun o'clock you've never done a day's work in your life my shoulders of gudermes strong claim the steward well make yourself useful said phanat you see that rock of gold pick it up take it inside my house and put it down by the fireplace with pleasure my fair lady said the steward but when he stopped to pick up the rock of gold it was too heavy for him to lift and when he tried to take his hands away they stuck foster the rock only then did the rock become lighter and lighter but he did not lift date eat lifted him and he rose off the ground than up up into the air he floated all the way back to curva causal where he dropped straight down into the modes with a splash back in town the old lady was unable to keep her story to herself and soon a penniless young soldier learned about finance until wealth early the next morning he arrived on foot to.
"curva" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Seventy seven ask pasta stern why hollywood embraces this madmade this directive ranked thirty oh tarantino of las he didn't rape with thirteen euro it was statutory rate he added say yes sex with my was a matter that's not right to me we use the word rape you're talking about violent throwing them down it's like one of the most valley causing a world you can't throw the word rape around like on weren't races around a dozen to everything people use the floor remind about couldn't consent yep reminded by robin cuevas epilepsies victim who had they plywood quay lose and alcohol before assad did not want to ask with lestie tarantino became route up no that's not the case at all she wanted to have invaded the guy and quivers she was thirteen he's a about a way we're talking about america's morals not talking about the moore's in europe and everything star wait a minute if yes thirteen year old girl a you're a grown man you know that's wrong curva says given her boon's appeal to ask you does it look she was down with this uh so yeah he released a statement and apologize based in santa he was uh playing the devil's advocate he said uh you justin timberlake get you up then i know mob ain't gonna play no put the vitamin a vitamin e vitamin fifty years later i realize how wrong i was ms gr grant grant the air was right by roman polanski what howard right up last guy correct play devil's advocate in the bay for the sake be provocative intake me miers uh billions into consideration after that i'm truly sorry so ms give me a i was in racism above are incorrect i'm i'm sorry samantha clinton antena.
"curva" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino
"Now you may be saying well you're saying the opposite now you're saying this medical loss ratio is encouraging insurance companies and providers to raise prices hausa because folks think about it this is this is this the unbelievable this is a good one hundred ten on the cast their curva stupidity now that the insurance companies can only take twenty percent of the other administrative costs right they can only take twenty percent do you want twenty percent of a of a knowing that these people are going to get insurance and paid for and subsidized by the government their premiums the you want twenty percent of a larger bill or a lesser bill so what they do is they encourages these ppo 's and other people their prices to because they can get do you want twenty percent of one hundred dollars at eur twenty percent of a thousand alka and as the prices go up the premiums go up which are then reinforced by people being forced the buy insurance their obamacare's that makes sense so joe again you do you want twenty percent of a larger billing knowing that you can your premiums to a two as these prices go up so one hundred thousand dollars while we're going to have to ask joe for fifty thousand a year and and by the way we get 20 percent emma i know was a little confusing but i'll make it simple for you want twenty percent of a larger pie and this stupid medical loss ratio rather than encouraging people to go out and buy insurance that is seeking lower prices encourages them in conjunction with the provider to raise prices so they can raise premiums and get more money from you and built twenty percent the end of a higher cost procedural what a scam i mean basically you get it in the end tomatoes big time you're getting kicked so all it's like those karate videos those guys you learn how to take shots to the throat and right between away that's you need us having learned to take the pain it it's like spread of dude.