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U.S. stocks finish higher after stronger-than-expected jobs report

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:34 sec | 3 d ago

U.S. stocks finish higher after stronger-than-expected jobs report

"US stock index futures and European stocks drop on Friday as investors responded to a reported conflict among European Central Bank policymakers over a stimulus package for the U, as well as political upheaval in France, where President Emmanuel Macron is named. A new prime minister in Friday trading. US markets were closed for the holiday in Europe, though, where the foot C 100 down 1.3%. The DAX in Germany was off 6/10 percent. Japan's Nikkei rose 7/10 of a percent. U. S. Stock index futures did trade on this Friday. S and P 500 futures dropped 4/10 of a percent

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Cowboys' Prescott signs $31M tag, still time for longer deal

NFL Live

01:57 min | 2 weeks ago

Cowboys' Prescott signs $31M tag, still time for longer deal

"Dak Prescott will make more than thirty one million dollars. Maxine does player that tag making me cowboys, the only with the NFL pay three players at least twenty million dollars per year. If Daphne, the CAP was can't reach a deal by July, teeth, the first quarterback to play a season under the tax, kirk cousins two thousand seventeen, so the man who broke the news himself shefty. We're going to turn to you to start things off. Why now for Dak? Prescott signing his tag tender? I think this is something that he's been thinking about all along field and again. You're in a situation where we're GONNA pandemic. We don't know whether they'll be fans this year. We don't know whether the revenues will be dropping. There are a lot of unanswered questions, and in a time of uncertainty, I think. Dak Prescott is opting for the certainty of thirty one point four million dollars. Dollars that become guaranteed once. He does sign that franchise. Tag John told he will do today and again to have that guaranteed. There's not preclude the two sides from having those contract talks though they're no further along at this point in time, dad continues to want a four year deal. The cowboys wanted to sign a five or longer year deal, and the two sides unable to. To bridge their differences, so if Dak Prescott in the cowboys cannot work out their differences by July, Fifteen Dak would play this year for thirty one point four million dollars, the two sides would be barred from having any talks about any extension until after the season, and maybe they find themselves right back in the same spot next year, and if the salary cap stays flat or Or goes down the cost of Franchising Dak next year would be about thirty seven point seven million dollars, which could be prohibitive if the CAP stays flat or goes down Dax going, take a thirty one point four this year, and then take his chances next year, if and when these two sides cannot get a deal done a long term deal done in the next few

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Inside the extraordinary race to invent a coronavirus vaccine

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

01:32 min | 2 months ago

Inside the extraordinary race to invent a coronavirus vaccine

"Now in an unprecedented race more than a hundred coronavirus vaccine candidates are being tested at record speed the medical experts agree that it's likely that several vaccines will be needed to end the pandemic this novel coronavirus comes and you say no problem we can make that vaccine really quickly we got this that's what I said give me kia Corbett lead the national institutes of health vaccine collaboration with moderna at the start of the outbreak in January she told us the stars Daxing give researchers a huge head start it would take just two months to bring their covert nineteen vaccine to human trials we actually changed the genetic code for the spike protein based on our knowledge that we gathered from designing vaccines for other corona viruses in the past that spike protein is the key the corona virus uses to unlock and invade a body self modernistic scene uses genetic material known as messenger RNA to instructs cells to make spike proteins that trigger an immune response to fight the virus what did they tell you what the potential risks well then I might have bad symptoms of the flu data and then the ultimate bad symptoms I can get really really sick as one of the first American volunteers from wilderness trial sixty one year old Carol Kelly received her first dose in late April tell me why you wanted to do this there are so many people that are suffering and I thought here's an opportunity that just presented itself and I need to do what I

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"dax" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

05:54 min | 2 months ago

"dax" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"He a kid? The other adults kids and I was like. Oh my God. He didn't even answer that question. Yeah I don't what are the nine but they're adults the whole thing completely unraveled for me and I was like what is be we herman well. It's like childhood rivals. The kid wants his bike but the kids twenty six okay. Any kind of talks to. Yes Oh for I was like I don't have the answers to these questions and I can't believe I just took the whole thing at face value when I was a kid. I DIDN'T ASK THOSE QUESTIONS. Like is he mentally has a mental right things going right and what was sexually. Where does he stand? Yeah it's true. It's I guess you had said this but it's it bears repeating that the context in this case like the context is everything right. We're kids in the eighties where we were slowly introduced to we and we lived in a time. Where like pee? Wee's playhouse was on and he was just like figuring pop culture that we knew of it wasn't like all of a sudden we're going from a non P world into all of a sudden this. This guy is like okay. That's I hear okay. If you go almost on one superpower what would what would you pick if you could have a superpower? It's really for me right between invisibility and fly? That's usually what it comes down to some somebody said recently I would want to know every language C. Three Po. That'd be oh that would be cool. I guess I'm GonNa go flying because I gotta assume if you can fly even when you're decrepit old and you can't walk you can maybe still fly. Oh yeah that's true. He's around in your elder years. If you could be one age for the rest of your life physically what what would you pick probably? Let's go. I'M GONNA go with like thirty five. Yeah if you could be reincarnated as a non human animal in random pictured years in arrangement would you rather be called unattractive or unfunny unfunny Really Oh that's all I talk about. This is what I've said you could say any thing about me but if it ends with a and I WANNA fuck him. I'm delighted so someone go like that. Dax is such a fucking dumb ass. He can't even read so boring. I totally WANNA fuck him. I'm so good everything's good. I don't even care about those two things. That's really funny Which golden girl do you most identify with Dorothy? Blanche rose or so is a new question by the way Leslie Jordan. Ah He goes. Before the question came out of my mouth. He Goes L. Blanche links eager. And I knew her. I knew that's Ru McLennan. Of course you did. Who was the WHO or that's blanche. Has I mean physically? I'm I'm wants her name all day long. But I I'd like to say my spirit. Is that of Blanche. Okay Beatles or rolling stones. Do you remember that you remember that? One of those rose I I would hate to be a part one of those but I love watching them but at one point someone said I wouldn't fuck you would be Arthur's Dick do you remember yes advocacy. I forget who that was. Yeah that sounded like Sarah Silverman. Maybe if you could have dinner with three people dead or alive whom you've never met Pablo Escobar. He'd be in there Buster Keaton. You prefer into chaplain big time. He was the original. Jackie Chan what he did was so fucking dangerous. The very famous one with the front of the House falling and he lands in the window s half his crew. Quit that day. They were like we're not going to sit here and watch you die. He had like an inch on either side and no rehearsal and he just stood there and let building fall on them and it worked. I'm attracted to all fearless people even if they're terrible scumbags here. I'm in this boggles kristen too. She's always like how do you like someone like Pablo Escobar? And I'm like right and I go hon. I'm fascinated by people's will like here's a guy from a fucking ghetto. The Mountainside in Columbia in through his own will he becomes the eighth richest man in the world that notion that someone can decide in their mind that they're going to do something like that and do it is just fascinating to me. And how do you want to be remembered DAX? Do you ever think about that. Do you ever think about your own legacy and your own sense of what you're GonNa leave besides your kids. Obviously and you know I I don't that doesn't interest me at all. I all have friends who I can tell are actively curing their legacy. And I'm like I hate to break it to you. There's this I get it. I totally get it but this desire to be on a great show quote a great show I go. I hate to tell you this. But no one's going to watch breaking bad in ten years as much as we would love to think they're gonNA they're not gonNA. My kids will never see breaking bad so anything you do. That's great disappears like sand on the Highway. So the thing you want is prestige or acclaim or accolades. Just No. They're not permanent. So in that case your life experiences. What's permanent under deathbed? You WanNa show that you spent eight years on that was fucking miserable so that people congratulated you. That's just not my bag. Well man thank you. I'm sorry man I love is my favorite. I love it. Thanks how we can't wait to do it again. I'll have you back now..

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"dax" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

11:57 min | 2 months ago

"dax" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"How's it going? How how's quarantining is it? It's it's good now but but it was rocky at first because it's such an adjustment to a When it happened I was I was shooting. Blesses mess top gear than doing the podcast? That's right you were is oh to go from seeing her in the morning and our and then three hours at night to seeing her twenty four hours a day with our two kids twenty four hours a day. She's yeah required some communications some new new guidelines of how we're GonNa well she tells a story and I don't remember the fight was about. She said something on here that resulted in you guys adopting another dog and I it got it got all right right got picked up a new story. Well two things about that one. I'd love to hear your side but also are you ever hasn't talked to talk about your relationship or anything from your personal lives aside from showing your kids in bringing your kids into it. Is there ever anything that you like? This might get this might get called by some Gossip magazine. We should maybe be. I'm aware of it but I'm not concerned about it. So the things that I get. I have an emotional response to our one hundred percent of the time. I have some fear underneath of that right. So let me give you an example. If you dedicated your entire show to making fun of me and every episode you talked about how short I was just two short DAX shepard too short. He shouldn't be in business. He's too short. You could do a million episodes. It would never bother me because I'm not too short. No fear being short if I if I know one thing about myself that I'm tall so it'd be a crazy show to do too but yeah but you couldn't penetrate it because they don't have a fear of being too short now if you did a show about that. I wasn't talented enough to be the lead of a show on ABC. Bother me. If I'm not interested I'm arrogant that bother me because I am arrogant. Mono at all or anything that I actually have a fear of would bother me. I don't care if a magazine says Chris Denier GonNa get divorced or that. We have a shitty relationships amazing relationship. Because I know exactly what our relationship is and I'm super happy and proud of it so in that way it would be like them calling me short like to make a meal like we're falling apart or yeah okay. We're not falling apart so go. I don't care right in fact I to the point where it strikes me that you guys have fun with it if anything you read those stories and like sometimes you call them out kind of like what you did with Schwarzenegger you literally just like read them verbatim and then all the one that we had like some kind of sex ring. I was like and again ultimately kind of flat terrain sexy their worse like worse rumor to start with. We haven't found in a year but the notion that we're like swinging is kind of exciting kind of Flat Arik. Do you remember this fight. Though the fight about the with that resulted in you getting another dog. She didn't really remember the details. Well I do. And what's funny is. That's exactly what cycled back for corn team. Which is my wife and I as all people. We approach things differently and I have a lot of childhood triggers. I had a lot of Stepdad's I don't like to be told what to do. I have a huge authority thing so that I was. I came out and there was a God damn list on the counter. If you wanted me to do I was like Hey. I don't work for you and you have been working alive right. Yeah Yeah Yeh back to back to the fear thing I feel very good about what kind of Dad I am. You could. She could go on. Tv AND SAMA. Terrible Fucking Dad. And even though there'd be a very credible source because she witnesses it wouldn't bother me at all because I feel great about what kind of interesting. Yeah and likewise. I feel very good about what I do around the house. I fix all the fucking Dude Shit. I'm in the cars and I don't do laundry and I can live with that peace with that. I do a lot of great stuff. Yeah I'm never going to walk through the House and be like I gather up a couple of loads of laundry and he's just not gonNA do domestic lane. You're very clear about your lane. I've accepted what she does. And it's been going smoothly for twelve years so I don't think we need to revamp any list like hold on a second. This is a whole new rules now. So once we got into quarantine. I certainly have enough time to do that laundry but I'm still not GonNa do that laundry interesting. What about that mind you? I washed dishes. I don't mind washing dishes at all. I probably five times a day. So it's not like won't it's not like I'm not doing quote? Yeah Women's Work. Not a pig. Decks is doing very clear. Fuck about laundry. I don't go through much laundry. Their problem that they're all going through so much laundry. I wonder if you've pinpointed where that may have come from that specific aversion in childhood. I wonder if there's a thing in the text back into but you know where it comes from I do. I had a lot of Stepdad's and they would arrive. And they really nice at first and then the second there is a marriage now it was time to the way they thought a house should be ran interesting and I was part of four different global strategies on living and none of them I agreed with and when I turned eighteen. I say guess what I will never fuck in ever be part of someone else's strategy live that I'm on the wrong side of it. I am over. I overreact to that. I should be able to just do laundry of my wife. Wants me to clearly. But she also understands where that trigger comes from. She's very sensitive to your your story. You're damned yeah the really bigger conceptual global thirty thousand foot view issue. That's going on is really. Hey there's a way you like to do things. There's a way I like to do things. And they're not always going to match up and so even as something as simple as she feels very productive in the morning when she wakes up the I ninety minutes. She's awake and she's on fire that's because she's looking at me and I said I sit and I drink coughing. Chew Tobacco and try to get a dump going and I and I have a window of productivity and I just say like Hey I'm never going to have the same window of productivity of you for whatever reason mine comes later in the day and I don't want to ever be evaluated based on your yes. Katie and Rhythm. Or whatever rhythm you do right now if. I'm a Lazy Motherfucker Call Me Out. But it's not going sing up the way you like it that makes sense so that definitely makes sense. So how did it come up again? Just come up again because now we're together all the time they're more. You have more time to do things more available. They've seen me set time. But when to say a my mind in my mind I was like dude. I've got three full-time jobs. Yeah this is awesome man. I'm finally get to sit in my house for a month and a break. I haven't had in two years and I'm going to enjoy the shit out of this is like my summer vacation and rightly so she's like you know you could. You could do a little more. You're a great storyteller. Your we've heard so good impressions but also you have such great recall in a weird way. I've always wondered because we had a lot of sober guests on the show and I wonder how did that affect your decision to WanNa do podcast? He was that something that you've cultivated in sobriety on your sober well. Being in a is the foundation of the podcast which is right for the last fifteen years will go sit in front of strangers and be dead honest indeed vulnerable and I think we all have a fear of what being dead honest dead vulnerable will result in generally. It's result embarrassment or shame but through practicing that for fifteen years a hundred percent of the time that I'm honest in own my fears what I see on other people is not like judgment are or disapproval. It's recognition it's always recognition. Even though the details may different the underlying emotions of all of our things are so relatable and so. I think I just through practice of doing that. It's made me far more confident in in In being honest I don't think I there's no way I have this podcast without mean in a podcast but it would just be all comedy or something. You said this to me after. I left When we did the podcast a year ago started second guessing things I'd said. Oh my God I talked about the ex and stuff like that you said everything is on the two has to be on the table. You got to be completely honest and vulnerable and I started thinking. Are there things like that that you're afraid to talk about that? You feel vulnerable about the trickier thing for me. Is My children. Because I can't resist but to talk about them and they're at an age where they won't know I talk about them. I've noticed this in Stern. Like stern talks about everything in his life but his daughters have to assume that came from them. Probably saying hey. I don't want to be a part of your show. Yeah but the thing the thing I walk. That's really tricky. In in only time will tell. Is You know I can see where they would be like. Hey leave me out of your stupid show. And then by the same token I could see them listening back going man. He couldn't stop talking about me. He thought about me he thought about me when he was talking to Will Ferrell. He thought about me when he was talking to Sheryl Crowe. I don't know that I would like that like if my vice saw that. My Dad just could not keep me out of his thoughts. I would like it. What if your kids at one point like well? Why don't you bring me? I WANNA be a part of this. Are you afraid that they're they must be charismatic? As hell they must be funny. I hear them in the background of your. You know. They're like little presences felt it's funny stories instead. Comedy insects crawling around. Yeah and and great pedigree obviously yeah. They're they`re. They're both really funny and charming. One in particular is is we call her Shirley Farley? Because she's a mix between Shirley Temple and Chris Farley. She's She can't she can't do anything. That's not funny. Good Watch watcher e you go walk across the room. You just can't help it trying. And also she has this amazing the thing. I can't believe she has almost no little kid has this is. She'll make a dynamite joke and then she does not go back to the well. She won't hit it again. Walk my other daughter. If she she lands one she's GonNa try three or four Morte Ring Ring Ring Milk. It right kids do but my one daughter she's like Shit Beaumont and walk out and then and then we'll know when to bring it back again might be an hour later. Wow how does she have that awareness that instead of wind? That's and I would never? I would never put them on the show. Yeah I would interview them..

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After a mixed open, UK stocks on the rise

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

After a mixed open, UK stocks on the rise

"Kind of a mixed open and now we've got some pretty nice well fairly solid gains certainly in London the footy is up nine tenths of a percent more than fifty points right now six thousand and ten the cat Cabral is only up two tenths of one percent the dax is only a third of a percent but the ibex in Spain and the forty minute in minutes Milan Italy both at six ten seven tenths eight tenths of a percent so you're seeing some decent gains around the perimeter as well as in the

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"dax" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

04:30 min | 2 months ago

"dax" Discussed on Good For You

"No Oh yes yes I hesitate even saying his name but he's a very famous jeweler and he announced to like people that he had sold me and engagement ring for Kristen and I was so pissed and I knew it was coming in like two is. Does he have the same? First name as Kristen's there. No I'll stop the game now. I'll tell you off the beaten but anyways I was like well then I have till tomorrow to now proposed basically or whatever four five more days. This happened another time to talk and ordered. Kristen something for Christmas like in this first week of December and it was some female thing. And that's and I stupidly. Use My real name because my credit card or whatever the hell was her. Christmas present was in the news like a week before Christmas. Yes the person who had bought it from called whoever they call. I don't know how it works but it was all over the Internet that I got in Chris. Kristen this specific gift. There's a bunch of things I have to ask you. And if I don't the listeners are GonNa Freak out 'cause I never well. I went out to my lead to ask about your injury. Oh Yeah Yeah I was. I was off roading and I broke my ham. Well I broke the three of the four Carpools across the top of your hands snap and so then I had to get surgery and they put pins in them. Yeah oh I saw pulling them out. That's right yes talk to that. We're down one pin yet. We I think there are six left in there though. A while and is is the off roading. And the is it still contention with your wife or you guys have just. This is something you have to accept about me. Well what's amazing again and it really? It really tells you something we already know. Which is the helmet. Argument wasn't about the helmet. The music argument wasn't about the music. So I think Christmas falling in love with a guy who had gnarly pass. Certainly one that differed from hers and I think she rightly was terrified to link her train car. This train going is this thing. Is HE GONNA relapse he? He was a sex addict. Maybe like all these things understandably it was really fear and then there are all these other things that that symbolized it to her so weirdly. Enough and Kristen would admit this to Christine was pretty jealous. The first couple of years we were together. She didn't love that. I was friends with Max girlfriends in this kind of stuff and from the day. I asked her to marry me. She's the least Jealous Person I've ever met. She doesn't care how dirty my jokes magic trick it is and I was like. Oh my God it was kind of a leap of faith because I was like. I didn't think I would marry someone. That was jealous. It just wasn't my bag in the past but I just loved her so much and then like a light switch it was gone forever and all this other stuff like she I raised. She doesn't care. I ride motorcycles everywhere. She doesn't care I it's it's interesting it is. It is just sort of this like box that gets checked because look I've been with someone I've been engaged to someone. I've never been married to someone but I do know the moment I got engaged. I didn't care who he followed on instagram. I didn't care who he was texting and I do think you know being in public which everyone is figuring with instagram. Frankly so everyone can relate to that. There's something about telling the world's I'm off the market yeah. I didn't realize how much I needed. Or how helpful? That was you know. Because the thing is like Oh. He can hang out with his axis as long as it's been on his instagram that he's engaged like they know what's up and you know it just was like such relief. Yeah so for whatever reason any you know issue. I had in that regard disavow operated. Oh Dax Shepard thank God for shepherd I feel like he has joined the fight to encourage people to get help. Examine yourself edify yourself be better do better. But I'm busy and I don't have time to go to therapist and I have to get in the car and I have to drive and.

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"dax" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

09:57 min | 2 months ago

"dax" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"A challenge gives challenge and I hope that people pair up and they say okay for two months. We're going to give each other challenges and we're going to hold each other accountable so we can get what we want or learn something. Did you ever discuss the fact that you actually Marco Polo me and said? You didn't think you could get it done and you asked. Maybe we should install a punishment or consequence for not a challenge. And I said absolutely not I know you were like no you have to do it and I was like well. I can't. It's the last day did it okay. So what personal growth? So he says yeah like. What is the truth? You learn about yourself that maybe you're not you can't go back now. We'll everyone knows I'm forty three now and I can't go back from that. It's so sexy to be forty three. Now I'm jealous said as how there's so many things so many things I learned from her two threw me which was so helpful with Monica sitting next to me. I almost took some of the advice. They were giving her even more than my own. You know when Esther Parral said to her. It doesn't matter where you are if you're on a mountain top or eating coffee or you know or in a cavern or if the guy's hot or if the guy's not you don't WanNa be there. It's all the time even if you're eating coffee coffee for her evening. I'm still missing. You should publish a book but your mindset is not there. It doesn't matter who's in front of you. You don't want to be there and that Goblin telling her all those years. You're safe. You don't need this you go hang out with your friends you know. Thank you Goblin. But I don't need you anymore and I'm going to go do this thing. That's uncomfortable was mind blowing when Patty even said you know Patios on our most controversial was thousands of thousands of comments about her a plead the fifth on what they said but when she told me. You're a Beta jess. You need to go out with an Alpha as much as I thought. I knew that because the three boyfriends I have had were Alpha's I thought I was an Alpha in the streets and Beta in the bed. But I'm both sheets sheets. What YOU MR. Great opportunity to rhyme part of the proverbs and still make mistakes. I'm so bad when she told me. I'm a beer. You WanNa be pursued. I pursued. Everyone that I have never been with the only relationships I've had were these guys. I was taking back seat. And that's not wrong. You know you've said a million times to you. Kristen in your last five relationships you were the Alpha Beta. I thought I was the Alpha because I have a lot of Alpha tendencies. Shame but I think in my heart in my soul. I would prefer to be a Beta and I like my previous relationships. I've never dated anyone like Dax in my life and I never thought I would. And my previous relationships not only was in the driver's seat my ex-boyfriends were not even in the passenger seat. They were in the trunk. They were in the trunk of the relationship for hand percent and I was there and I didn't know why it wasn't working but it was because there was this discontent there. Was this feeling of turbulence in my body because I wasn't letting anyone else step up and take care of me and when I started dating DAX like you know we're polar opposites and everything about it is wonderful and everything about it is difficult but he is by definition an example and Alpha and I have realized throughout my. How long have we been together? Thirteen years fourteen twelve. Oh and a half twelve and a half almost thirteen that I am so much more comfortable leaning on an Alpha and that I can still have all tendencies you but that's just it's so different and I realized like Oh. Wow I had been confused this whole time and now I'm finally comfortable and I finally feel safe. I would describe as his Co. dominant dominant recessive. And then some genes are co dominant. So they can switch back and forth and I don't think that I'm Alpha Beta per se. I think it switches a lot but I also had been in relationships where I was driving the boat in. That's not a great thing for me. Either we needed to be CO dominated. Yeah I don't think I don't. I don't know these labels of like not to go against what Patty said but I just think when you box things up like Alpha Beta and I'm this and I'm this you can lose track of yourself because we're all of the things at any given moment and it's okay to know like in this relationship. I prefer to be this or I'm happy to let this person take. The lead is a different thing than I need someone to take over or I need to be. I heard what I wanted to hear from Patty and it helped me like Dr drew called me valley polar and there's a lot of spaghetti thrown on the wall on this in the show but I loved everything people said. There's a way of seeing yourself in all of these comments. These people are very good at what they do. They I think a big takeaway I have is. We got a lot of conflicting advice You know like one guest would come on and say don't have sex for a while like hairy. You Know Harry is. Don't just having sex have sex and then you have. Dan Who comes on and he's like you have phone sex right now. We got some conflicting advice. I loved that game because it really made us experiment with all the different types of things and see what works for us at the end of the day I was just thinking. Oh there is no right answer. There is no right answer to this. There's just different avenues in different things you can try and see what feels good in your own body and mind and heart but other than that. That's all you can do. Hairy isn't the perfect right answer for every single person. Patty is not the right answer for every single person. Even esther isn't like you. Just take the things that work and you leave the things that don't and it's kind of a beautiful metaphor. I think for relationships in general which is you take in the things that are happy and good and maybe what I learned from Dan is. There's a price of admission and you have to let some of those things go. I'm so glad you're saying this because this has been my mantra about life in general for ever and I. I'm so at peace with receiving solicited or unsolicited advice. I love it about relationships about how I could be better business about parenting especially because when you get into the parenting world. Like don't give advice. Dude I need advice. Don't you know there's a whole thing but I am personally have found so much strengthened going. I want everything because I'm not beholden to any of it but I want to know all the information so tell me that I should be having sex all the time. Tell me that I should not have sex for awhile. All of it and then you really get to know yourself you get to see everything and then choose what you want. But you don't you don't say like Oh I don't need that advice because you might. You might even need that advice to confirm that. It's not the advice you need. Yeah one of my biggest takeaways was my a demonstration. Is that a word of the word addiction. I hated that word so much and it was very hard for me to hear it from DAX but once it comes up over and over with different people and the way they describe the word differently. The word fizzled a bit. And I came to peace without word a little bit more. That was probably the biggest lesson I still am. Not Ready to make Yet addict or no addict or go to a meeting or this or that but that was a huge takeaway for me of the word and making it not so scary while even listening to Dr Alex go through you going back and forth from Sweden at five and not having someone to regulate your emotions with you and just recognizing like Oh yeah when you bake a cake with these ingredients you get this kind of outcome and yeah. That's certainly the ingredients I was baked with. I don't feel any real guilt about it. It's like yeah you molested kid and you you have all these traumas and you do this. X Y and Z eighty percent chance. You're going to have some addictive qualities So that you can regulate your own emotions inventing. You should feel compassion for yourself that you know one helped you learn to regulate yeah and when Monica looked at me and laughed and said I guess mean you have to go to an SA. Meeting I mind was blown. There was no way that I ever thought that me and Monica were similar. Might not have to go meet her and go to a meeting but doesn't matter it's that underlying it her avoidance in my over sexualization or so so similar and it was just it was like a light like drop moment. Baltimore art both work. We.

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European stocks and U.S. equity futures tumble after grim coronavirus forecast

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

03:51 min | 3 months ago

European stocks and U.S. equity futures tumble after grim coronavirus forecast

"Roger we gotta try sector of legendary investors coming out and warning the Clarion call for mal case Jeffrey Gundlach saying that the assumption of a V. shaped recoveries too optimistic he says that we haven't yet seen the bottom for the S. and P. five hundred oak trees Howard marks saying that the recent market Roddy's overly optimistic so he does see a pessimism among investors just waiting to rear its head and then we hear from Jim Rogers again who warns that we could see the worst band market off his lifetime in the next two years yeah and it's all driven of course by the numbers there because what we're hearing out of out of America that figure one of Donald trump's medical advisers saying could be two hundred and forty thousand Americans dying in this bill trump changing his tone as well something to look grim about this I'm sure that's what's driving investors to some extent because in the end that's what they need to grapple with yeah I mean are you wouldn't think that Jeff Gundlach Jim Rogers Howard marks have reacted necessary to the news but not like what I think that's certainly pointing to is the fact that the base case really among observers among the market does seem to have been so far for this V. shaped recovery in that we see a rebound in the second half of the year but will you stop assumption when this is a virus that we don't know how it could involve there's so many things that we don't know about the health crisis itself who's to say that could not be a double dip recession a depression the the lockdowns now could be lifted but then they'll have to be resumed again later in the year there's just so much for the market to factory in and I mean I've said on the show before I personally don't think that some of those worst case scenarios happen factored into equity or bond markets and that is something that good luck roaches I'm marks are pointing to and of course and the fact that the world and investing and markets could changing ways we just count imagine after this is all over and we do get out the other side yeah I don't think that I've really noticed actually overnight was was also this US consumer confidence figures because over the within the month Sir United Arab in talking about consumers being clicking in terms of driving what's going on the U. S. consumer being what's giving everything of the good times when they would be existed now it's fallen to its lowest level since mid twenty seventeen but it's still exceeding expectations that perhaps the U. S. consumer will keep things going that with those of headlines how to see how well McKinsey points out that forty percent of Americans would struggle if they had an extra four hundred dollars to pay and they have to find that cash from somewhere so that tells you something about the strain on consumers in general in the U. S. not to mention how much the global consumer is aimed in decades at the moment that said if we take a look at markets then on to move it forward off the west coast of equities since two thousand and eight we all starting in the Reds for April the stock six hundred down two percent right now as we take a look across regional equity benchmarks what you're seeing is the fifty one hundred down two point four percent of the dax down more than three percent the ibex inputs he made in the red as well U. S. futures also pointing to a lower open Dow S. and P. and nasdaq futures all down by at least two and a half percent the ten year treasury yield slipping almost six basis point sixty one handle we've got yield slipping in Europe as well after they moved high yesterday the ten year bond yield down almost four basis points negative fifty ten year gilt yields dropped four basis points we are seeing a little bit of dollar strength to kick off the month of April of the repo lifeline from the fed does the latest move from band aids that can ease some of the dollar liquidity strains I'm taking a look at oil it's been fluctuating a bit in today's session when I was seven tenths of a cent higher on WTI just above twenty dollars a barrel worst quarter since well ever is what we've just seen it for oil president trump talking about potentially having discussions with Saudi Arabia and Russia how much difference will that make him what you're seeing is Dimond

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Federal Reserve cuts rates to near zero in emergency action

First Morning News

01:33 min | 4 months ago

Federal Reserve cuts rates to near zero in emergency action

"Well stocks coming up some big games Friday wrapping up a roller coaster week on Wall Street a lot of big swings Friday the Dow added nineteen hundred eighty five points to close at twenty three thousand one hundred eighty six the nasdaq was up six hundred seventy three point seven nine percent gain S. and P. up nine percent well guess what going away today the Dow futures pointing lower again after a move by the fed to cut interest rates to near zero the federal reserve announcing rare emergency action to calm financial fears cutting interest rates to near zero percent their lowest level since the Great Recession president trump who's been critical of the fed previously applauding I want to congratulate the federal reserve that's a big difference quite a bit of a point since the record highs last month the Dow is now down twenty one percent for the average four oh one K. that started the year at one hundred twelve thousand three hundred dollars that would mean a drop as much as twenty three thousand five hundred dollars correspondent Rebecca Jarvis let's look at those future numbers this morning the market actually in a lock down because of the teachers went down about five percent this morning so the Dow futures down a thousand points nasdaq down the three hundred fifty nine and the S. and P. futures down hard twenty they're all locked in at like four and a half percent drop at the open overseas markets are sharply lower this morning we've got the footy London dax in Germany each down about eight percent of the early trading the Japanese Nikkei index closed down two and a half percent this morning hang Seng index in Hong Kong down four

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Coronavirus: Stocks fall after global central bank action

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

03:39 min | 4 months ago

Coronavirus: Stocks fall after global central bank action

"And what a move from the fed to wakeup to Raja emergency shock and all you could call it but the market reaction shows some disappointment a cot to almost zero on interest rates and seven hundred billion dollars of asset purchases yeah and that was seeing other central bank action as well we've had the bank of Japan making a move that certainly didn't impress the markets we know the bank of Korea's doing something we'll send it to the reserve bank of India is having a press conference seen as well so a lot of action out there but certainly looking at the way it's been going this morning in Asia now because of your nature of people are not impressed no absolutely no I mean what you see from the central banks you mentioned a few that are of course the B. O. J. with a commitment to ETF purchases but stopping short of a rate cut we got a rate cut from the audience adds the all B. H. a potentially pledging more measures as well you start to wonder whether this does actually look like some global coordinated response from central banks but the question is is it too little too late and what is the move from the fed actually achieve of course has already achieved anything to prop up risk assets overnight but does it leave more time and more room for fiscal space what does it actually accelerated the urgency full fiscal measures to take place and of course the big agenda right in today is the G. seven cool between global leaders articles what might well be in their minds that horrendous data out of China I mean a real holiday this data that we've got from January February less than expected written record way that will build Burton I think people thinking about how this crisis is going to work itself out absolutely and last week of course we saw global equity markets tumble into bed market territory the stock six hundred in Europe gain some one percent on Friday right now we open it down at two point six percent so not quite as bad as some of the futures were indicating looking across regional equity benchmarks Roger using the footsie one hundred down two point two percent the ibex unfit see made both in the red just waiting to get an opening price through from the dax and CAC forty of course the swings in the U. S. market at the end of last week was starting Wednesday since nineteen eighty seven on Thursday best day since two thousand and eight on Friday futures are traded limit down and taking a look at where we are now one U. S. futures you're seeing S. and P. Dow and nasdaq futures all in lower by at least four and a half percent and then we get to the bull market the ten year treasury yields tumbling more than thirty basis points at one point in the Asian session went down twenty now to a seventy six handle with C. yields tumble across the U. S. because of the market seems to be debating for more from the fed or elsewhere at the two year yield at thirty two basis points down seventy was seen curve flattening so that tells you something as well about the market's reaction to Jerome Powell whatever it takes the ten year bond yield down three basis points negative fifty seven ten you guilty sixty basis points in FX markets are we see the yen jumped up more than one point three percent against the dollar at the moment so don't again I did fluctuate a little bit on the BOJ's decision but ultimately you'll see this as a reaction to the fed daily and that one percent what a six fifty we've also seen the Ozzy I use even dollars come under pressure from action and signals from those two central banks D. X. Y. Morgan Stanley says that you should be selling the dollar against the euro the Aussie and the loonie because a risk assets and the self that I would actually finding a bottom D. X. Y. at ninety seven Morgan Stanley sees ninety five on further dollar weakness I'm just taking a look at commodity markets you see oil WTI and Brent extend losses off to the worst week since two thousand eight Brent down four point four percent at thirty two thirty four dollars a barrel Raja yeah what a thing for you to return from holiday into your relaxation I'm afraid might dissipate quite

Global stocks fall on virus fears after Wall Street plunge

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Global stocks fall on virus fears after Wall Street plunge

"The global complaint stock deals markets with are falling HHS as employee fears sent over to the Travis new virus and from March China Air is Force growing bases worldwide in California to assist Wall Street evacuees has enjoyed from China its biggest one day democratic drop in nine congressman years Jimmy Gomez and experts says the whistleblower say New York contacted markets his looks office set for and more alleged losses retaliation earlier by higher Germany's ups dax for index having flagged skidded safety more than five issues percent in and a statement in Asia HHS Tokyo Shanghai says it close takes three all point whistle seven blower percent complaints lower very too seriously investors and is have providing been more confident the employee the disease who filed that emerge the complaint in December all might appropriate be under control protections but under outbreaks the whistleblower in Italy protection South act Korea Japan Ben Thomas and especially Washington Iran have fueled fears this virus is turning into a global threat that might derail trade and industry I'm sorry a shockingly

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Coronavirus fear touches off a global run on face masks

America's First News

01:07 min | 4 months ago

Coronavirus fear touches off a global run on face masks

"Of the spreading corona virus leading to a global run on those face masks despite medical experts advise that most people who aren't sick don't need to wear them many businesses are sold out as I mentioned global markets plunging further today on spread of that virus that deepening a global rout after Wall Street entered its biggest one day loss in nine years in early trading Germany's dax was down let's see London's footsie of more than two and a half percent France more than three percent here at home the futures are in negative territory a growing list of major companies issuing profit warnings saying a factory shutdowns in China are disrupting supply chains travel bans and other anti disease measures also hurting Chinese consumer spending still apple CEO Tim cook he told fox business he thinks China is doing a good job of getting things back up and running it feels to me China is getting the proper virus under control when you look at the numbers are coming down day by day by day and so I'm I'm very

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Cowboys may use both tags on Dak Prescott, Amari Cooper

Blogging the Boys

08:34 min | 4 months ago

Cowboys may use both tags on Dak Prescott, Amari Cooper

"The final year specifies that each of the NFL's thirty two teams can use both the franchise and transition tags this particular offseason that historic guarantee. If you don't know what that is you know franchise in transition tags in general I mean we. We have all sorts of information if you really want to understand the depths of them but in general the franchise and transition tag are ways that NFL teams can protect players that are set to be free agents. If you don't WanNA player to hit free agency you don't want me hit the open market. Bam you slapped a franchise or transition tag on them and typically generally only one is available to each NFL team so you have to pick which player you want to place a franchise tag on right or transition. Whatever the movie and so the fact that all. Nfl teams would be able to utilize both of them. This offseason really served as an incredible asset for the cowboys wrote about this last year. We wrote about this in March. Nineteen how we talked about then. Hey next offseason. The cowboys could have this really awesome tidbit in the that was the title of the article. That could really help them. Because of the cowboys find themselves in a position and we we kind of forecast this year ago where they have three big players that new contract extensions that are set to be true free agents Dak Prescott Amari Cooper and Byron Jones. You knew that and so while you can shake combination however you want in all likelihood the Dallas cowboys were going to Franchise Tag Prescott because it seems incredibly unlikely that deal done before that happens. Before the franchise tag deadline and then they were going to place the transition tag on either Amari Cooper or Byron Jones. Whoever you believe more likely personally I believe it was Amari Cooper but that would prevent both of those players from hitting the open market. Which means the cowboys could protect them. That's a big deal in. It seems like in this again. My personal opinion and and other people it'd be to share these thoughts and certainly a lot of our readers and commenters and listeners but a lot of people had kind of sort of made the assumption that the cowboys have accepted that they're going to lose Byron Jones. And you know what I think. I think I speak for all of us. That are listening. Here we're all gathered around the campfire. You know what if the cowboys is Byron? Jones not ideal but at least they have Dakhil these they have. They can figure this out. Maybe they spend their first round. Pick on cornerback. Whatever not trying to get to far into those weeds but the ability to keep both deck and Amari was and is a gigantic advantage. That the cowboys have going for them. How ever if a new collective bargaining agreement is reached in so far again at the time of this recording. We have the half that the owners have to comply with if a new collective bargaining agreement is reached it will essentially rendered the ability for teams to use both tags moot and they will revert to normal circumstances where there can only place one tag on one player. Now if you have not out by now you need to know that this hypothetical world which is I would say somewhat imminent in somewhat inevitable based on the rates that the collective bargaining agreement is happening and again as we sit on Thursday night. There's so many players kind of tweeting that they don't like the new. Cba proposal and whatnot so there could be some back and forth but if this is finalized before free agency and there's still a couple of weeks and those are going to be very important weeks then. Dak Prescott has all of the leverage in the world and all of the leverage in the world and we touched on this at the end of Thursday's episode because if that's the case and you and I were representing Dak Prescott. Then guess. What our point in our proposal to Jerry Jones Stephen Jones in the cowboys organization? Hey Dude if you don't if you don't get a deal done with us if you don't give deck all the money's basically you're going to have to tag them we all know that and if you tag back guess what you cannot tag anybody else if you tag back. Guess what. Amari Cooper and Byron Jones are going to be true free agents. You're going to be competing with the market for them. That is not ideal and other cowboys went from a world where they were probably going to lose one of the two. Probably going to be Byron Jones right to now that could potentially lose both of them which which would be a complete and utter disaster. And you know you can. You can play hindsight's twenty twenty but if the cowboys had just up to their contract offer to Dak Prescott Uruguay. I mean. We're talking thirty. Three thirty four million dollars per year. Everybody freaked out about that last year. That would look like such a bargain out. That's what happens with these deals. We've talked about that Matt Ryan to use thirty million dollars annually. Everybody freaked out now. That looks super cheap. And if the cowboys had done that they would have the ability to use the franchise tag on either Amari Cooper or Byron Jones win this ultimate sort of hypothetical becomes a reality and they would theoretically only lose one. Maybe not even either. So now the cowboys win till the eleventh hour is going to cost them in a literal financial sense where they're gonNA have to pay Dak Prescott more money and it could cost them in the capacity that they are now going to lose Byron Jones. And maybe even Amari Cooper now I should say that there is a a ray of hope. I suppose because you know look you may think this and I don't mean new but I mean I mean other person the other person here my think Jerry Jones is just. You know the cowboys. They don't know what they're doing. They're messing up. But there is a possibility. Because Jerry Jones is typically a big proponent for things like this the specialty. Nfl adding another wildcard round and round and other wildcard teams. A seventeenth game that is upping the value for every NFL owner. Jerry Jones is obviously very involved when I was on. Espn San Antonio on Thursday. We head John Maclean from the Houston Chronicle legendary. Nfl reporter one of the best. Ever do it and I John. I said look you know. Is it possible? The Jerry Jones kind of knew that this was coming that he was going to lose his ability to use both tags and somewhat prepared. Here's John Maclean said on. Espn Antonio John. You mentioned the The franchise transition tag loophole. That may be filled up and unavailable to the cowboys. Now maybe I'm giving Jerry Jones and co a little bit too much of the benefit of the doubt here. But in your estimation do you think that they you know Jerry Jones at least and we don't know the way the votes win but that he would seemingly be at the very least somewhat in support of this which would negate the ability to tag to players if he did not have a plan in place to at the very least keep one or two of these. You know high price three free agents. They have Adak Amari. I'm Byron Jones before the Franchise. Tag deadline that that's a great point. Jerry Jones. One of the movers and shakers in driving this agreement and even though it could hurt him. But I think Jerry all along you can't keep everybody I expect them to Cape Prescott and probably Cooper if Byron Jones those on the market. He's got a chance to be is defensive defensive back in yesterday I think teams are going to line up to give him a record-breaking deal. I don't think they would do that. With the Mario Cooper. There's too many good receivers. It's a great year for receivers coming out the draft. It's a good year for corners. If you don't mean Horn and the top after the first round so say they let Burne Jones go say the replacing with a cheaper free agent or they go after a corner in the draft and they can even train them they might have their pick of all of them no big deal John Maclean said it was a great point no big deal deal no big deal but anyway I think that if you're looking again if you're trying to be positive trying to be optimistic. I think there are two things to note one is that this is not probably not a surprise to cut the cowboys. Brass right like they had to have known that the collective bargaining agreement could be You know a a new one could be struck and therefore the ability that they were potentially leaning on to utilize both tags would be rendered moods and so they had to potentially be prepared for that. Maybe they all prepared for that. Maybe the preparedness is the preparedness to lose both Byron Jones in Amari Cooper. Who knows the other thing is that Adam schefter head tweet about this where he said Some something to the effect of if there's a new CBA expect a flurry of roster moves. And it's possible that you know we. We've heard so much about how different players in different guys and especially quarterbacks are awaiting the new CBA strike new contracts because they want a piece of whatever. The new percentages that players are going to get and whatnot and so we'll see so it also is possible that maybe the deal lanes right after the new. Cba struck because maybe DAX team is waiting for a new CBA to all to make their move. So who knows? But that's the positive side of things if you're trying to be positive so it is what it

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European markets slightly lower as coronavirus concerns linger

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

01:38 min | 5 months ago

European markets slightly lower as coronavirus concerns linger

"European equity markets once again concerned about the corona virus and the extent to which a manufacturing facilities and other businesses will be able to get back to business this week in China true I'm a little bit concerned I mean we're still not one percent away from the record high that we achieved this Thursday we have an incredible week last week for U. S. and four European stocks the the best week for European stocks since two thousand eighteen so it's been a big win over the last few sessions at that said we came down on Friday night and we're down a little bit today but not by that much just by about a third of a percent if you look at the losses on the foot see the CAC and the dax if you look at U. S. futures it also well it's very difficult to see what what directions gonna take tech stocks maybe rise a little bit nasdaq futures are higher just marginally Dow and S. and P. futures are lower but also just fractionally at the moment taking a look at some of the other assets you may be concerned about gold at fifteen seventy three ninety it's holding in your ties right now is concerned about this corona virus continues to grow we do see oil down a little Brent crude for example fifty four dollars and thirty two cents a barrel no real buying or selling in the end one oh nine seventy seven is a level there and US treasuries are trading in one spot five seven three one percent the yield coming down just a little bit as investors stock up on that debt

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‘I Keep Hearing Painful Coughs’: Life on Quarantined Cruise Ship

Colleen and Bradley

04:58 min | 5 months ago

‘I Keep Hearing Painful Coughs’: Life on Quarantined Cruise Ship

"We talked about a story yesterday where in the diamond princess which is a a princess cruise ship was forced to dock outside of Yokohama Japan can undergo some of the passengers were supposed to go under testing because there were thoughts that some of them might have been carrying the corona viruses well it turns out at least twenty thus far according Japanese health effects have tested positive they have tested a hundred and two people so far of those twenty or positive the first ten cases were announced yesterday at on this and the second ten today arm now here's the thing two we learned about that yesterday and as a result princess cruises decided to quarantine that ship I actually think it was the Japanese government quarantine that ship meaning they could not doc for two weeks there are wild they couldn't be like people can get off the damn **** for two weeks right and yesterday we have this whole conversation where I was like I don't know on the one hand I mean you're on a cruise ship on the other hand I don't know that I want to be stuck on a cruise ship because like are we getting the full meal deal right are we getting the is the casino open like what are the rules yeah do you get to kick back on the lido deck and have your virgin Pina Qalat does from The New York Times article today where they had somebody report on this quote I keep hearing painful cost all not good so here's the thing things are looking up for the people the two thousand by the way I think we said it was like thirty seven hundred or something it's two thousand people quarantine on this cruise ship things are looking up but here's why this is maybe not as exciting as you want to be the things that were looking up included meals coming on a more regular schedule what does that mean it means meals coming to your cabin delivered by people in hazmat suits sweatshirts I don't know if there were a hazmat suits everybody has to stay in their room who are your quarantine to your room now the internet was upgraded to a wider band with so everybody's able to communicate with the outside world and there was even official approval to breathe some fresh air what do I mean by that this is still just a day two of a two week quarantine and there is still a persistent concern about spreading the virus and the long days ahead of people stuck inside their cabins they did say here's one person quote on Twitter I keep hearing painful coughs from a foreigner in a nearby well my gosh I might get infected today or tomorrow I mean that seems a little tired other passengers have been widely away some of the time on social media they said if there were more hopeful signs one noted that supplies were being moved into port and the ambulances were in position another said that entertainment crews have been calling guest rooms to cheer people up and toilet paper had been dissed ash I am Hey guys do do do do same song can we talk about it is one thing to be stuck in a cruise home that has a window to the outside world or a balcony he is quite another to be in an interior cabin like Yardley wanna passenger who's in a interior cabin with no windows traveling with her six year old son they said I can't even quote I'm so looking forward to it the it was that they were gonna allow small groups with face mask to breathe air on open dax she said permission had been granted with those in windowless rooms like hers allowed to go out first because I I wonder I bet you can't even go out on your balcony no although I would probably say you know yeah the door a little bit just to take some time out there this sounds like I feel this is a nightmare this is not what we wanted it to be I don't think well in my head I was like two weeks on a cruise ship yeah I like to do at the infected people in you know their own quarters I mean my kindle get a lot of work by all but I and then I also think about it with three kids in a small room that would be if they were all healthy yeah that would be a nightmare and if one got on healthy because they accidentally touched the you know rail that somebody who had it well in time as you're sitting in a room in her there you would just very quickly think the world is coming to an aisle class and you're gonna get screwed so anyway that's terror our thoughts and prayers to flow to the people stuck on the

World stocks skid on growing virus fears; Dow drops 500

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

World stocks skid on growing virus fears; Dow drops 500

"In Paris the C. A. C. forty who's lost over two percent well Germany's dax it is a little more and Britain's foot see one hundred likewise gave up of the two stocks also coming on Wall Street investors in various churches have been shifting money into a safe place high dividend stocks and government bonds the surgeon bond buying has sent eagles lower by midnight Sunday China's national health commission had said eighty people had died out of two thousand seven hundred cases confirmed so far I'm Charles de Ledesma

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A Glance at the Markets

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

02:45 min | 5 months ago

A Glance at the Markets

"And that normally I would be checking the market open at this point but I was at seven thirty would go to get a cue from the future as and speaking of bolstering I mean it looks like we could actually get a little bit of a boost to two other European equity market open judging by European futures because your stock fifty features a high about almost eight tenths of a cent the forty one hundred hi by the same cap futures that is cut forty futures also trending high by the same amount dax futures hi by eight tenths of percent ibex futures in of the green as well the soft we did see a some losses on the stock six hundred yesterday in fact we've seen on European equities is four days of declines global stocks heading for a weekly loss on general risk off around concerns about the corona virus the stock six hundred closed lower by seven tenths of a percent yesterday it was a muted session on the S. and P. five hundred but we did he can't small game futures giving us no direction down S. and P. futures flat nonstop future attends the percentage Asia of course we got many markets closed for lunar new year including China and Hong Kong so not getting a huge signal coming from Asian equities in that general in terms of the bull market so globally we so yields full yesterday all the general risk of sentiment the ten year treasury yields this week has dropped almost ten basis points on corona virus concerns a city group actually saying look we've broken the trend line that we've been in since September we could get to one fifty handle right now with a basis point edging back to a one seventy five handle we've got the European bond markets trading as well the ten year bund yield up a basis point a negative thirty or thereabouts the gilt market will open in thirty minutes but was seen deals at higher in Europe generally in terms of FX I would highly trained on your again yesterday because it dropped the most in a full month since speaking of trend lines with a ten year treasury yield your again testing a trend line was study right now at one twenty ninety seven but it would be just give you a pulse of risk sentiment out that because of course the yen has been a bit this week heading for a weekly gain against the dollar the euro meanwhile was moved about of course by Christine lucked out and was weaker against the dollar yes they session elsewhere in G. ten you aren't using a little bit of dollar strength interestingly the Swiss Frank of the worst performer along with the euro so you've got a safe haven on a risk currency both the west performers that if we take a look at the pound to that's fairly steady but it's gonna take its cue no doubt from the PMI data later that's going to be crucial the palace and pushed out by day to this week is it going to be vulnerable if that number doesn't come in as well as expected or if it starts to and the push of forward bets for a rate cut from the be a we this month what around about sixty percent probability at the moment and finally just taking a check on oil Raja because were little firm today on Brent and WTI Brent at sixty two thirty nine double charge ready fifty five eighty eight but oil is heading for third weekly loss in this week it would seem to have been driven down by coronavirus and therefore Dimond

Kristen Bell Tries Not to Laugh as Dax Shepard and Daughter Discuss Swearing

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 6 months ago

Kristen Bell Tries Not to Laugh as Dax Shepard and Daughter Discuss Swearing

"So what do you do when your little kid asks what is the F. word meaning my that person sticking up their middle finger well Kristen bell and dax Shepard seem to have it all figured out yeah that's right he does Kristen bell sharing that an Instagram it's one of their daughters ages four and saying asking about the middle finger in the eye for because a boy at school says it all the time Kristen bell saying I'm fidgeting because I'm trying so hard not to laugh dax Shepard you handled this brilliantly a little bit of parenting there from some

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The silence is deafening as trade deadline looms

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:54 sec | 7 months ago

The silence is deafening as trade deadline looms

"Guys five days away from a trade deadline and Lisa no comment from the Chinese no comment from the United States the silence is absolutely deafening but if you talk to any analyst who has intimate knowledge of these negotiations is that silence is actually the best sign that they're actually getting stuff done because actually if you start to see a lot of leaks that typically is a sign that the sides are further apart and trying to push each other toward some kind of outcome the consensus view is that something gets done absolutely you can make the accession as to whether that is complacency is just an observation that seems to be the consensus view the only man that since the cat the my my is the stock of the dax over in Europe with the equity benchmark that down by one point four percent here in the United States really mean to pry section on quite a busy week yeah a lot of people I think are expecting some sort of deal or actually I would say that that the higher likelihood is to push back the deadline for the terrace and that is based the baked in

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Dow down 17 points as Nasdaq and S&P edge into positive territory

The Opening Bell

00:23 sec | 7 months ago

Dow down 17 points as Nasdaq and S&P edge into positive territory

"Desk Dow futures are down seventeen points nasdaq futures down six and three quarters points and S. and P. five hundred futures down two and a quarter and comes to the European markets seeking things go down today the footsie down seven points dax down sixteen point Asian markets here in their Nikkei is up seventy six points the hang sang is down three points in Shanghai composite up two

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Frozen 2’s Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel Receive Stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

Jason and Alexis

00:22 sec | 8 months ago

Frozen 2’s Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel Receive Stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

"Well frozen stars Idina Menzel and Kristen bell received stars on the Hollywood walk of fame simultaneously yesterday all yeah Kristen bell recalled meaningful moments from her childhood like singing an aria to her father she's a little girl having a mother chopper off it out ditions and later on being cast by her husband dax Shepard in a movie based on their

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"dax" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"dax" Discussed on No Jumper

"I don't I don't put myself in his category put myself in really anyone's. I just feel like, you know, Dax I tell people all the time. It's just like you gotta really go. Listen to Dax now if you listen to a song like she cheated again, or you listen to a song like all night long or no capital. You're not gonna pigeonholed it. The Dax newer in YouTube rapper whatever you wanna call it. I just feel like it's always just a matter of time. I tell people all the time. It's like you. I used to watch Drake on the grassy. Jimmy. I remember when Jimmy was running like this. You see them has right left right before the scene where he gets shot shot and I knew him as Jimmy right? And now, I'm just like damn has Drake. Yeah. So I always tell people who are trying to do the music thing is like you can like try to do it. You know, the conventional way and maybe wish on a prayer. It's going to work or you can go and get it out the fuck and mud and make it happen. And just you know, have that that Drake mentality from Jimmy to Drake Montana. Demolish the world has no shortage of people who are salty because they think that they have a lot of musical talent. But you know, people who have good better gimmicks are getting the attention like everybody's mad as fuck about that. But they don't get is that promoting yourself is a big part of the skill set is not just about the music. We all know people who are going to make music who have absolutely nothing going for him. It's you know, you have to not promote yourself, especially these days like back in the day. I would have been an issue of promoting yourself through fug in, you know, the source and double XL MTV and having those relationships now, you have a direct relationship with your fans. And exactly and you've got you've got to take it, man. You gotta you gotta do what's right for you. There is no right way to become what you want to become you gotta you gotta you gotta see an opportunity grab it. That's why I say it's a boy d-actually back in like a bath. You want something go grab a seat opportunity, grabbing once you grab it us an opportunity to jump to the next one boom cracks do you have any kind of exile the about like being able to put songs out? They'll do well that don't have anything to do with current events or any kind of like marketing, or is that always like a part of it in your mind is like, okay, I'm gonna have I'm going to have this as a way to get people to appreciate the song more. Well for me. It's like, I only make music based upon my life like people always. Oh, man. We run by yourself is because that's all I know is myself. So it's like everything I do is story based depending on what's going on in my life. So it will never be like you'll be like oh he's advertising on. I'm just I'm just living where I'm living. And that's what's coming next. Right. You know what I mean? So I never fear at the end of the I know if I signed to a major label and had all that shit that that most, you know, some of these huge artists have I'd be what at that point. I know that's coming. Eventually, we've been having those conversations definitely with the labels. Definitely feel about him. I feel great. I feel blessed in early favorite. I feel blessed to think that you're going to be capable of like continuing to execute your vision even with a label like potentially getting in there. Getting in the way, I'm very, yeah. I feel very good about. Future perspectives of know label involving themselves in the I feel really good. You sound like you're already signed. Not definitely not no definitely not resigned. Daniel Dax entertain everybody who's not saw or who is signed says that they're not Zayn for the record. So there's no real sign. I was telling I'm not saying would you really I'm not saying you can make yourself and industry planet these days. I just decided not to talk about it. When you get signed. I'm not I'm not saying, okay. I believe you now..

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"dax" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

Ellen on the Go

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"dax" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

"All right. These. I mean, really he's so good at this. I would like to have an entire hour with you doing. That's okay. Alesia casinos. Where's that cassia high stand up? And let's ask Dr Dax Dr Dax how do I tell my husband that his favorite position is not as my least favorite? Okay. Lau. Wow. And you mean like got an airplane like he likes the window seat? And you liked the windows eight. Route. Wait, how long have we been married? Five years. Longtime longtime to not be in your favorite position. Yeah. I'm gonna make some really general broad statements about the sexes and gender. And it's probably give me in hot water. But I'll just say this. I have a hard time believing that your husband has a hard time getting to the finish line. Now. He he's a man he could probably get to the finish line jobs easy. You know, I think we should prioritize you getting in the finish line. So here's my solution is let's start things off in his position. I don't know what that is. Is it in the bedroom? The kitchen. The Wally outbreaks, heavy machinery. Maybe it's just it's maybe he likes to be outdoors more thinking of things that are so basic, but you're trying to get her to say what it is. And she's not going to. I hope. So I would suggest I would say Hon. You know, what let's let's start things off you go crazy. It's your turn midway through. Let's swap. What's switch it up? And I'd like to do what feels best for me because we need to get me over that fix line. Yeah. In both be looking win. Never said to him. That's not my favorite. Or can. We change it up. You've never said that to him. I say, let's change it up. But you don't say I don't like that position. Yeah. I do. With you. Because I love you. I think I think we can keep the whole thing positive. I don't think you have to say I hate that position. I think you could just say, you know, sweetie. I have a position that I preferred it makes it much more pleasurable for me. And so if you went mine of midway through things, I'm going to go off your cues, you know, when you're halfway there. Let's. One eighty. We have a question from Kristen bell stand up. Yes. Yeah. Hi..

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"dax" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"dax" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"People i love and how much i love people but just truthfully eirne weekly my best for narrow weekly i just don't know that i've ever felt about a human being the way i feel about him i just i ju i feel like we have the same cells in our body when i see him even will be like a year and a half and i see him and i just my whole body is electric and we can't talk for more than four seconds without laughing so hard we're gonna cry yeah what a feeling i hope everyone has a best friend like that war you mentioned tube steak tube steak is a hot dog i didn't know that you didn't also never heard that that was my pippi my mom's down always called it a tube steak i've never heard it as a hot dog i mean clearly a euphemism we all know it's not a fucking stake it's like the hove's assholes and snouts of a pig also i don't think dogs are claiming the steak i what i'm saying his about probably the worst meat product out there i love them i wrong you can get one hundred percent beef yep beef asshole paul's it's not just as beef doesn't mean it's it ain't fucking filet mignon yeah you're right now it's whatever shit that they couldn't sell the somebody stubby yeah the john mccain documentary is john mccain for whom the bell tolls it's on hbo you can find it now it's phenomenal ill make you love him so much and appreciate him will i tweeted about that documentary and then of course got a bunch of my fellow liberals you know tweeting all these fucking insane things about what a terrible person he is and everything and the whole reason i tweeted his is you know fucking watch it before you jump in your party line it's like the reason i liked the documentary so much is that i am not ideologically aligned with him yeah politically there but i am so aligned with him as a human being i he had so much integrity there's so many admirable qualities and i think it's a great thing for all of us to watch to remember with little percentage of our existences humans are fucking political views there's so much more to us than that and it's a great reminder of that i also he's that like he often not you know he he he has a lot of conviction for the things he cares about that i may not agree with politically but he also votes against his party and he does he really does do the thing that he feels is the right thing and doesn't feel like it's for political gain it's just when he thinks is right and even more impressive is that when he has been wrong which he's been wrong he owns it which is so attractive every single politician i feel like though i mean literally shit the bed in front of you and then explain why they didn't do it you know there was a level of ownership over his mistakes that is that was very admirable absolutely yeah that's it i mean i i also wanted to say that the her story was full with cheerleaders and angels and people who helped her and could and saw her and you know she did so much but she had people and it's good to know that and recognize like those people in your life and that you it's good to be that for other people if you have the chance and opportunity to do it i just thought that was for me that was sort of a takeaway yet how people will especially in times where you've lost your perspective as she has to have a network of people that you know you're connected to who will sense oh this is okay this person needs help now like a circle the wagons yeah we all feel air of yeah you can't be an island i think that's the message that for me yes yeah i hope to be for life until i kill you with a handgun the back my motorcycle jumping dune buggy and sand it's i love you.

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"dax" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"dax" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Santa monica retain years i've lived in this current house for twelve years i do never wanna move a years me so much anxiety because we move so much as kids hey think your mom mentioned a christmas where like concern on christmas lights and i think she's talking about the nineteen seventy nine energy crisis bummer accents timewise that makes sense right nineteen seventynine oil crisis or oil shock occurred in the world due to decreased oil output in the wake of the iranian revolution the call that though embargo zoom new you call it that but it's hauled the energy continue to call it that oh you talk about colic i think people know colic is but just like incessant crying from babies it just they won't stop ohio grew we yeah now we show some videos of them singing yeah flash moms dax cries it flash mob will not flash mobs when those olympia gms choreographed routine to text me now to me avia i cried when we watched it 'cause yeah so baresi embarrassing it's so sweet endearing okay you mentioned the five ss for resetting babies and we talk about that on ashton's fact check so you guys can go listen to act and is up sewed if you wanna learn about the five s's so you have you had to persist on a diet of carrow syrup i mean when she was telling that did you not just i was thinking how am i even here the anna feed a baby fucking sugar water i know i was shocked to my core that you spent so many so much of your little tiny baby life i would truly me here i would be six five there's no way that didn't shave off a couple of inches couldn't been mex einstein or something could have been so smart could've played basketball for the pistons for sure are sure one hundred percent no questions carol syrup app care syrup has corn syrup salt and vanilla oh my god i mean it's poison so proud of you for outliving that i guess a little this is a little bit of feather mike cap that i could have persevered on that diet i know will and then what a constitution that little baby had no because also your mom gave you para gora cause of your colic okay was that that is an opiate yes it was jesus christ noone her fucking recovering and did i literally thought that when i read this was like of course it's a it's a it's a camphor rated tincture of opium all christ say it does say here that it's a traditional parent remedy known for its anti diarrheal vira dot young and some other things but it's they do give it to babies i guess but i was on heroin and syrups yeah wow i really really should be smarter i thing which pretty smart i was like burrows boroughs william or william burroughs elborough view is famous writer in in heroin addict part of the b movement they all kinda worshiped him naked lunch he shot his girlfriend there's a great i believe radio lab on him shooting his girlfriend at a party down in mexico and he just didn't deal have to deal with that hero there yeah dead doing like a trick with a gun some people say it was he he was an accident somebody will say it was not an accident but there's all this great tape in interview and yes result wild story i hope you don't kill me by it's not inconceivable right now we do like you go to the sand dunes with me you've read on a motorcycle with me there's not been any gun play but i would just say yet yes i don't wanna die by your hand okay does kambli walled also in your when you were saying it i pictured it c a m b e l wait oh l like the super bowl l y a l d like one big horn kambli walled people's names right and it's campbell ewald ochre yes great up that lawsuit for us campbell you all and they don't have the chevrolet count anymore campbell d you walk two thousand ten general motors moved all its important chevrolet business to another agency after ninety years ninety more them that's a big hit they're up there as the biggest spenders advertisements spenders you buy the barron.

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"dax" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"dax" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Think i used to love bon jovi you do oh my god yeah oh american amazing you couldn't be more american you love friends and john jovi i went to concert did yeah my friend gino really turned me onto him and we were also in love with them in his what i would have gathered from hardcore john jovi fans is the thing they are particularly attracted to doesn't have infamously great bonds isn't that one of his the era chose him off like he really always has his his type pants as denims like tailored lovely hair yeah and if beautiful face yoyo he's very good looking dude and for no tali is he might he might under well mu if you i i'm speaking on my ass actually don't know but something tells me he might be most people don't underwhelming in their height because i'm so sure yes 'cause you're sub five foot no i know you claim you're not but i claim yard it'll be revealed one episode we'll get a tape measure in here has titles my okay oh the story about your dad helping the bus driver was so sweet the story all went wrong in high school he would help the bus driver he would sit up front of the bus drivers so nice no wonder ladies yeah no delta would never help the bus dress shoe sosocial in nice social jailing notices when people get new jackets haircuts and stuff like i actually disagree i think she'll sit right next to that i do yeah i hope she does but i don't think so i think she's going to be too popular to sit by the bus driver like she's going to be in the bags you want to talk to her about her day and trade erasers with her my mom said the delta reminds a hearse so much in my dad really yes she thinks it's my dad reincarnated which is kinda sweet really smelled she doesn't develop that nine and never got to meet him he could have been one of my live to yeah you would have found a way that you would have found all of his his idiosyncrasies endearing i think yeah yeah you had a big heart okay and also one more side note your mom's recall of names o is as good as two lips especially like people she went to elementary school boggling at first and last name she could remember i was shot and i was like a shoes making up names i guess we wouldn't know but now i hear i almost no her name's more than i know my i mean i have best friends from junior high can't remember their name it's crazy like i've been wanting to apologize to this kid elementary school like i wanna find him a beat it on facebook or something would out in the universe that i want to make an amends for fighting him in like third grade i there's no way i'm gonna remember his name but went back the the photos i have remember they were just like one sheet of glossy paper with thirty kids faces on them they weren't names whom i guy names in the year bono in elementary it wasn't from junior high from google i could maybe you know maybe my sixth grade yearbook i think he went to the same junior high maybe i could locate his name there but it does play me i think about all the time and i need to now yeah but you won't even know night now we have all anyone happened is wearing the spring mills occasionally they let us play in the parking lot and i can't remember why maybe when the field was too muddy or something but we it was one on one of these days where we were playing in the parking lot for recess and i got into it with this kid and i punched him in the stomach and when i punched him in knocked the wind out of him any fell down on the ground in you was i don't think he'd ever had the wind knocked out.

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"dax" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"dax" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Toothbrush in your purse it's all great isn't that a trillion dollar idea is it's why would you we hate him haning i think it's good you're trying to poke holes i note that there are some for some reason to none are popping out it's solid i also why why not just in some inventor in columbus georgia's gonna hear this man he or she is going to make hatcher and there the next time we see them we'll be on a four hundred foot yacht and saint barths someone's gonna take my on runs straight to the bank to dutt deutsche sweden spain may but look also if you if you get in a routine that in the morning i take my birth control before i brush my teeth like it's the same you can train your brain but part of your team but let's just say let's build on what's already working as opposed to reprogramming people just go like whoa everyone's holding her toothbrush in the morning wanna put your the thing you need in that thing you're going to hold the girls that are coming over who are forgetting their birth control remembering their toothbrush but they're forgetting their birth control see that to meet for me that would not happen but you're uber responsible person you recognize people have different levels of responsibility era responsible if they're bringing their toothbrush they're very responsible further teeth yeah yeah that's incredibly responsible i'm reminded of oh my father's favorite thing always say to young people you would always say be true teeth or they will be false to you yeah yeah okay so you said ohio when you were a little kid had a very liberal fireworks policy and you say don't know about today so i i don't know if they do i think they kind i think they do but the top five states that are most that are easiest to get fireworks are you want to guess i do i need it go idaho's one of them now they should have bought like quarter sticks dynamite in idaho and wyoming well it's probably i'm sure many have are easy but these are the younger youngins indiana oh sure sure also a border state of michigan missouri missouri missouri if you're from missouri same as i now i don't like no wanna do them now okay pennsylvania pennsylvania tech says tejas took to cass and most importantly south carolina oh that makes those all kind of they're pretty much what you'd expect feeling yeah the this according to this website it said home damore fireworks outlets than mcdonald's we think e that's great a lot that's right they're probably have they're going to have a great for the july there yeah i always stop an idaho way to wyoming and i get these mortar tubes and i spend so much eeeeno i'm typically cheap but so one of the things i will just blow so much money on is pyrotechnics and i'm not ordering is mortar tubes or awesome in your drop inness like pool ball size explosive in the mortar and then if i it's just like you're at the detroit river i mean it is a is a civic level biotech nick it's great and i and i get way too many than i have in the whole year and then they sit in my trailer and then i worry about the fact that i have all this gas in my way for the whole thing to blow i don't like that at all living on the edge as bon jovi said living on the edge john jovi on the aunt she said ajan job he's been on a prayer we also said that i.

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"dax" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"dax" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Gave me that most grateful four and a one of them is i realize released set me up to be interested in anthropology because anthropology at least when i went it's probably changed but they were very into cultural relativism where your goal was not to judge or label a group of people as primitive evil backwards you could look at something like infanticide which on the surface seems absolutely unimaginable who could kill a child that's just been born they must be evil but they didn't have that interest they had the interest of understanding why would that have happened in you can't understand things if you're only there to label them in you were this crazy example of that we'd read about a murderer like there'd be up there a murder in a murderer in a be in the paper in your first line of thought was always wow a guy was a little baby one day right what are you always saying somebody passed out cigars for their baby yeah you know that was somebody's little boy that was somebody's son and he was loved and celebrated what happened went went wrong yeah the tragedy on both sides the tragedy that a victim was killed in the tragedy that a life with a lot of potential went down that road that's that's equally worth morning and you kind of always had that perspective there'd be let you know kids would kill other kids in drunk driving accidents in our town in the town is going on that motherfucker drove drunk about an you and go straight to like holy cow you he woke up in jail cell this morning yesterday was on a college what his parents who saw that potential and put all this time and energy into in just you never seen i'm very interested in just labeling something good or bad or black and white evil good thank you that wanna say novel heavenly whatever the things were you didn't live in this binary thing in you're very interested in the nuance the details on the context and all this stuff in it's such an awesome weight of processed the world and just very empathetic and it was such a great example for you have given me it's very interesting it's weird and you and i went through this i start sharing my story publicly in it in it overlaps with your story and it's a little it in one time i fended you i remember and i felt really bad about it and then you call me a week later and you said you know what i'm wrong that's your story you're allowed to end it yes so do you even remember what it was i forget it was something that you said the oh my mom's married a lot of times and because i'm so shamed that you know i you know it was it was hard for me that oh jesus the dirty laundry you know do we have to air that yeah you know yeah it's weird right it is but then again at the same time it's like you know what you went through that too i didn't go through it on my own kids i i a drug you through it and i it's one of my regrets but it is what it is and we got where we got because of it and yup it yesterday yeah and yes so i i thank you for forgiving me you know the the the permission to drag you into this and i bet it's a weird scenario i'm sure if lincoln or delta gets famous alter hearing all these things about myself you know what the just you know not to keep beating it to death but i i've talked about that movie in years but that movie that we were referring to boy home when people do art and when people do come out and talk about things like that it sent that movie yet i'm still shamed how many types of married and all the things i went through however that made me realize that i'm not an idiot i just made some bad choices and a lot of other people may those bad choices too and guess what they're not idiots they're nice people and so i feel like if you have your story and you share your story in something comes of it at someone else years it it's like gosh that would be great you know i think everything that's good about me is something that you taught me i think i'm genetically was destined to be my father we have the.

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"dax" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"dax" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"In my mind occupied does that to ask twenty years yeah like a chapter but it's not it's like a few jews in also say this tons of great stuff came out of that oh that guy who you know i disagree with all the ways he treated my mom and us taught me how to be very present and mindful of what i was doing and thinking about how is moving through the world and he was so smart he could answer any question he he was a crazy good example of like just the intellectual life in in in pursuing things passionately and he what he's probably why i race motorcycles and race cars physically fit he believed in exercising running marathons and yeah there were like all it was such a mixed bag of things oh this was going to say the number one thing he gave me is that i m like him in in a lot of ways and i will be on the verge of saying who didn't squish the sponge out before they put it back that's how it gets mold right i'm like sentences on the tip of my tongue and i go oh i know what it's like to live with someone like that and it's fucking misery rable deal with the fucking mold on the sponge or whatever thing i wanna say it's not being done to my standards i'm grateful i had an example of what would it feels like to be on the business end of that it's it's grueling it's exhausting and you just can't do it right in you're never going to do it right in it's so i think or giving me somewhat of an awareness for that i got to the point living with him and we were in therapy almost her home marriage and ed just got to the point where i just realized this is not going to get better and there's nothing i can do to make it better and then subsequently the next thought in my head was and i cannot go home to my parents and tell them i'm getting divorced again i cannot tell people at work i'm going to get divorced again i cannot drag my kids through another divorce i cannot do that the only option is to die and so i had a friend at work that had given me a key to her house and i am told me she i'd never confided in her never told her anything that was going on in my house but she had an antenna and we were not close girlfriends we were just work men's and she walked into my office one day and said here's the key to my house she was single here's the key to my house if you ever need a place for you and your kids to come you are always welcome and your children are welcome as well that's am oh that's so cool yeah was she ended up being a therapist a alcohol substance abuse therapists yeah but anyway she walked out and i thought why would she do that nobody knows what's going on she knew i mean it was so obvious angel she was an angel i'm so forever grateful for her i mean there's so much she gave me yeah and so anyway i was having just a horrific day one day and i went to her house she wasn't home i opened her garage and i pulled my car in two was going to run the exhaust and kill myself and i went in and i note down on the floor to i forget what i'm still unknown kneel down the florida get something oh to suck the tailpipe and want to get close to the tailpipe yeah and i brutal it is and i had on white pants and also they realized jesus her crotch force dirty my pants are gonna dirty and the absurdity of that killing myself but i was concerned about my pants getting dirty i went into hysteric laughing thing open the garage drawer drove the car out and said no i got fixed this you can't just run away from everything you have to fix this now while all that's happening.

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"dax" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"dax" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"And carly was little and she would crawl around on us and david was reading david copperfield in school required reading and i would read chapters of david copperfield and we would all be snuggled under the covers and we would spend the whole day it'd be like lunchtime oh i'd go down to the kitchen and bring more food back up and we would just it was just so so happy it was the best was and it was euphoric and it was drug like and it was so opposite of the rest of the week thy i got this association with like i don't even know how to describe it but just like real highs lows highs lows highs lows and not even like i when i think back in that time there is a period of my childhood where i do remember being lonely which is coming up but at the time i don't feel that i remember like being friends with trevor and i had all these friends and i felt like you around enough and then i remember those saturdays but clearly now that have kids and i'm aware of how much time my job affords me whip them and i recognize well there's no way you're as good of afforded that much time you know i'm was probably on my own more than say my kids are or whatever is he i remember like when i was on midnights that i would try to stay awake during the day with carly and that was why i took midnight so i could still be with carly and then i would leave at eleven forty five to get to work but after dinner in carly was in bed i would lay on the floor with you david because i wanted to have time with you and be with you huh so we'd put the pillows on the floor by the tv and you guys would watch tv show and i'd have one of you on each side of me with my arm around you they were terrorists i would be so tired and i'd be asleep and i would hear them they would like clap their hands really louder they'd say or hear them say mom not and i'm half asleep i'm so tired and they would say we're taking the car we're going up to kroger can we have money all right and i'd say through my purse and they let me also add on top of all the jobs and the divorce and everything that was going on david and i were also fucking terrible kids i mean we fought nonstop we were gone stanley in a fight anyone l dollars you on my tension floyd we we fought nonstop i can only imagine what it was like the only that so anyways you and greg you get divorced and then you meet another man will keep him anonymous because he's still alive and you've now been through this twice what what was it that this time around you're like fuck out i think i'm going to go for it again what did you have to talk yourself into that or i very candidly i will tell you that we had a visit from my inlaws and they were sitting in the family room and they started openly talking about how good my two step children were in how awful my three biological children were because we had custody of all five and they started talking about it and i said to them marie uncomfortable with you speaking badly about my children and i need to ask you to stop and they kept going and i asked him again and when they kept going third time which i actually think it was choreographed by my husband and i just stood up and yelled down to your bedroom dax pack your shit we're out here and i win in the kitchen and got a garbage bag and i went to carly's bedroom and started throwing her shouldn't in my shit in and and we decks came running up from the lower level with his bag and david ran arve is better with his begging we got in the kerala but what had happened just prior to this happening it was all in one weekend while they were visiting and i was so miserably quick as we skipped over you met.

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"dax" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"dax" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"And nelson come back and give me a ride knows with my gay friend he was just the most wonderful buddy anyway this one particular time he did not show up did not show up and now's and this other girl my little buddies they were suspicious and they came back to the proving grounds like at one o'clock in the morning and i'm still sitting there waiting for greg to pick me up and they came and got me in they drove me home and they said you know welcome come in the house with you because again knows was very suspicious of what would be situated we open the front door and now what a brave sweet guy because he was not physically imposing albro him that's jewish is such a good friend and we opened the door and smoke is billowing out the front door the smoke alarms are going off the stove is on fire flames shooting out of fire in my children are fleet all three of them are sleep in the house and he is passed out drunk on the family room floor and their steak houses on fire this the stakes are on fire in the stove oh my god and it was like okay so you know noses putting out the fire diane's help me get the kids out of bed and out on the front lawn debris you know i just it was like that's the best very chaotic chaotic so shortly after that there was the the breakfast departure which we all know the story the breakfast departure but there was another there was another moment in that that i i think i you consider killing him at one point yeah yes yeah one time i had been beat up pretty bad badly and i i was really in bad shape and i was up in the bedroom locked in the bedroom and he eventually passed out on the couch in the family room and i got up 'cause it was quiet and i came down into the kitchen and i had a cast iron skillet that grandma had given me and i took the skillet and i went to the couch and i stood over him and i was so black and blue all over i mean my logic was i'm going to take the cast iron skillet and i'm gonna hit him on the head and i'm going to smash his brains out and when the police get here they will see how physically beat up i am and.

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"dax" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"dax" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"You're dropping me at the my little cottage or whatever you learn you were three you went to my little cottage in milford ahha and david went to school in david went to school set was day shift and when i went to after noon shift that's when i ended up with the babysitter cycle and that was must have been so stressful i when i think of mums today that work it's your job is not the hard part you keeping the house up is not your hard part the hard part is solving daycare yeah it's a constant solving these are young hourly employees so they're calling in all the time writer they don't show up you know just and you know you're constantly at first she start out with these i'm not leaving my kids with anybody that's not you know i interview and make sure they're really good by the end you're like oh their eyes were open if you fight stranger on the street that also sit there with them if you've got to be at work because you've now you're on probation because you've missed as because babysitters oh man sound so stressed oats horrible so you're also you're at work on assume afternoon shift one time and you get a call from one of our babysitters in what what happens i hear this for the babysitter was robin wakeford and she says i need to put dax on the phone and i said what's happened and she says i'm going to let him tell you and she was clearly upset and i hear this little voice come on and you're like three and a half four years old and i out those age and i hear this little voice i said dax did you do something bad i threw a fucking ach through auto parts window and i no i want you to know i did not condone him using this language and i did not encourage this language until i said wait a minute and i pressed speaker and i let my co workers here this little area and i was presumably first of all my older brother urged me throw the rocks with auto parts window and then i have to imagine he also gave me the line to tell you i mean he must have yes it i say fucking rock through the yeah he and i got no we were really you were starting to feel the the first part of being unsupervised which by the way are some of the highlights of my childhood is that we were also we would just stand on the side of the road win throw sheet at cars and i threw a man my david told me throw this car matt and hit a guys windshield and the guy swerved off the road than he chases my brother left me in the dust of the man caught me there was just you know as the beginning of a lot of mischief i think suffice to say that i just listened florida the other day and my brother tom was telling me stories about you and when i wasn't around when you visit grandma for the summer in this summer in suffice to say everybody that knows you david would say things behind my back that i'm now learning about how awful you yeah yeah they were terrorists they were tag team i'm this isn't indefens of my bad behavior but walked 'cause i started saying when you were on day shift you came home i'm sorry afternoon shift we were asleep in you shook us awake in you said come on let's go let's get in the car and that's like two in the morning and you know where you're going you have cans of spray paint and we go to a apple orchard that is down the road from our house in this apple orchard what did the sign say it's hip pick your own apples and so i encourage the kids we sprayed over the word apples and we wrote the word no vilvorde said pick your own known for five cents or something and we but it was like a middle of the night operation on how 'bout when we took the sign and put it on ray barn store that said hard salami because i knew he was courting that girl and we wrote that and i painted the water tower happy birthday david scaled a fence to paint the water tower spray paint was in your by it honestly ho there were many many scotch taping the place maths of the nats one.

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"dax" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"dax" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"But then we moved about a mile down the road or middle row house to house which this is david my older brothers you utopia this is the greatest period of his life from five years old to eight years old in middle road on property right yes dirt bikes yet a data mom everything well i in fact even now in my current home when i ride my tractor to cut my grass i often say a secret prayer to myself and say dumping idiot don't don't blow this this time this is your happiest his i remember i'm middle road being so happy writing the tractor cutting the grass and two little boys i we had a dump card on the tractor and i put the boys in the dump cart and i would take him out in the woods and we would find wild pear trees and pick pairs and it was just like heaven it was like everything i ever wanted it was just i was so incredibly happy it was perfect and then things go sideways and we don't need to get into that i'll just twenty three year olds being married with two kids pressure he's not home you guys god knows what kinda hankypanky you're both out to you but suffice to say you leave dad yes in nineteen seventy eight i'm three right yep this is a very bold decision how much fear did you have going into it you did i would have left sooner had i not benef raid i was very afraid of how i was going to support you in day but i was well aware that it costs money to rent an apartment by groceries to do things and i had been a housewife in an although i had two years of college i did not have a degree i did not have a skill set other than waitressing and i really didn't know how i would support you in i started sending resumes once a month to the gm proving grounds ahha and every thirty days i'd send a new one in and i got this call and it was in july and they said we have a position of prodi's position as a janitor and i thought jeez i got two years of college don't to be a janitor and i said how much does it pay they said fifty seventy five a day oh that sounds pretty good for fifty dollars and seventy five cents a day that is trying gant was like winning the lotto well in my world anyway i said yeah i'll come down for the interview and i got the job on your dad called me i he called that afternoon he said hudry interview go and i go really really good i got the job and he said so you're leaving aren't you oh just like that yeah he knew it was in the tea leaves yeah and i said yes i am and he said okay wow and here's the part that confuses me and of course is exhibit a when i used to build my case against add why hated him how on earth is the decision you're getting divorced he'll he'll keep the house he'll stay their heels in the three bedroom house on the property and you'll move to a little apartment an abc special on yeah yeah i i don't even remember i don't remember just feel like you felt guilty about leaving and taking the kids and you thought then eddie much came that house it worked hard he deserved everything i walked away okay i took maybe guilt motivated maybe maybe guilt i mean yeah possibly it could have been guilt would you deserved first of all he deserved half of every i didn't feel that i felt like he had worked really really hard i knew a hearty worked ghia but the part of the deal was your a house slave who cooked all the meals clean the house raise the two kids so he got to have ever wanted cut the grass his life was turn key because he went and worked so is a partnership yeah yeah at any rate you didn't ask for anything i didn't ask for anything that just that's always been hard for me to swallow because let let let's just say if for whatever reason kristen i got divorced and she left with the two kids and my two little beautiful daughters we're going to go live in a welfare apartment and i was going.

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"dax" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"dax" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Well doomed to the armchair expert i am your resident expert dax shepard my beautiful sidekick across from me oh hey monica patterson today is special day is very very special a lot of people ask for this makes me happy that they wanted to hear this because my number one love of my life is on today mom laura lebow oh my god i just welled up even saying a lower so much hurts and i just wanna say you're gonna you're gonna hear all the reasons i love her she's so honest and open and brave you know one hundred percent of that i get from her she talks about some really gnarly stuff that she's gone through and she does it without shame she does it with compassion towards herself and i don't know that i've ever really heard some until their story as honestly as she does here today and it was very emotional and wonderful for me and i hope all of you guys get as much out of it yeah and and just disclaimer there's a portion of various small portion what that dax has to go potty yeah and but we kept rolling in and i was talking to your mom and we i decided to leave it in because she says a couple of pretty profound things during that yes don't think when i like you hear me i haven't had a heart attack or anything i haven't left on a stretcher yeah because if you stop talking people are gonna get concerned because voice everpresent droning nonstop voice so yeah my sweet lovely mother enjoy this episode of armchair expert is brought.

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