35 Burst results for "Didi"

Eric Thomas on How He Turned His Wife Dede's Illness Into a Victory

The Ed Mylett Show

02:12 min | 3 months ago

Eric Thomas on How He Turned His Wife Dede's Illness Into a Victory

"It's not a lot of people who married who can say like, hey, this person, they ride or die. You know what I'm saying? Like, they with me regard. And so for me, it's like, I have to show her how appreciative I am of. And also, it let her know, you don't have to be afraid that I stay with you because I had nothing. Now that I have a lot, you are afraid that I'm gonna leave you. I want you to understand, you do not have to fear, I ain't going nowhere. I'm not letting nobody else reap the benefits of what you work for. I know what you worked for. I know what you did. I'm super aware of it. And so when didi was diagnosed with MS, I actually, and I know people whose spouses have been diagnosed, especially males whose spouses have been diagnosed with an illness and they walked out of the relationship. Now listen to me very closely. I totally understand. Like don't get it twisted. Don't think he think he better than he don't understand. He's just on top of the world. No, no, no, no, no, no, no. When my wife was diagnosed with MS in the earlier stages, there were some life changes. Like, I stopped being on the road. You know, my team started doing CJ start doing like, we're doing solar. Like, we literally started business when didi got sick 'cause CJ was like, yo, EA go be on the road no more. I gotta make sure ET get paid. We started businesses because of DD sickness. I promise y'all a lot changed, right? A lot changed. I even had Friends keep it on the low. I had friends tell ask me, hey, how's the intimacy? Y'all straight? You know what I'm saying? Like I had friends asking me like, yo bro, this is a life altering. She might not be able to walk. She might not be here to see your E and I'm telling y'all. I did not look at it like a victim. That's what a lot of you were doing. It's not that you not telling the truth about your circumstance. Did he die a mess? No, there's no optimism around it. You know what I'm saying? You can't optimistic outside. It's real. She got MS. She got legions on her brain. It's real. Like if you go do an MRI, you can see them. But I didn't look at it as a victim, I looked at it as a Victor.

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"didi" Discussed on The Ed Mylett Show

The Ed Mylett Show

01:48 min | 3 months ago

"didi" Discussed on The Ed Mylett Show

"One of the things that affected me when I met you is how much you love Dede. And also in addition to that, how you consciously honor her, and the way you speak about her, it affected me when I met you. It's part of your character. And most people don't know this, but she was diagnosed. I'll let you explain this, but there's a significant life event that's happened for you, right? And I think it's tied to this miracle territory, because I think a lot of people say, well, I've got this one adversity right now that's really big. So that's why I can't right now, right? And it's probably going to define me the rest of my life. So that's my story. You say, no, no, no, not so much. Yeah, and at first and foremost, man, when you talk about God and his love, like, hey, there's nothing like it. But if you can find at least one other person on the earth, that loves you unconditionally, bro, you have found, let me tell you how something you think a house is something you think a car is something. You think a career, so it is. But when you find somebody on the earth that loves you like your mama love you and it ain't your mama, like, yo bro, I was lucky, I was homeless. I was coming to church thanking and Dede was like, yo, I'm gonna give you a shot. I look back and it's unbelievable. When I tell you I was in the dark place, bro, I left home at 16, mad at my mom, having a strange relationship with my mom. I was emotionally a wreck. I was homeless. I was putting myself in some crazy, and she took her shot, knowing how messed up I was. Here's the craziest part. Knowing it and going through it and believing that, yo, this ain't the best that he is, and I'm gonna be here to help this boy get to his ultimate

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Greek Food 101 With Eric

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:08 min | 3 months ago

Greek Food 101 With Eric

"Family and I had a delicious dinner last night at an authentic Greek restaurant. It was our first time eating there. I want to go back someday, but I don't want to embarrass myself by mispronouncing menu items. I'd like to hear you say saga naki, moussaka, and soca lot P top. Would you be willing to do so? Let me just be honest with you. I don't need this kind of harassment or harassment from anybody, much less from you, Kurt Schmidt and Tucson, Arizona. But I'm going to take it. I'm going to take it because that's what I signed up for, man, okay? So I'm going to try to pronounce these words correctly. I may fail, but okay, the first one, and Alvin, you did a pretty good job. Oh, thank you. And you're a non Greek as far as I know. But the first one is didi saga Nike. Is cheese. That's where you get diet or pita, didi is cheese and pita is like pie or whatever or spanakopita spinach pie. Didi is cheese. Saga Nike is the type of cheese. It's the kind of cheese that they put some alcohol on it and they light it on fire. And it's really, really dramatic, unless you actually get burned by it, in which case it will have failed to be entertaining. But it's called didi saganaki. Most people just say saganaki, 'cause it's the type of cheese. Okay, then we have the very simple moussaka. People also say moussaka because we're in America and we twist things a little bit. But the good people are saying, Musa, Musa. So we have DD saganaki and moussaka. And then the last one. I actually, I'm not familiar with this, and I think this is, I think, in Tucson, Arizona, where Kurt Schmidt lives. There's some Greek restaurant and they're kind of going off the grid and they're doing kind of American Greek stuff because I think this is chocolate pie.

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Schwarber hits NL-leading 29th HR, Phils rout Marlins 10-0

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Schwarber hits NL-leading 29th HR, Phils rout Marlins 10-0

"Max Meyer was roughed up in his major league debut as the Phillies trounced the Marlins tend nothing Kyle schwarber belted his NL leading 29th Homer one of four hit by the Phillies after failing to score more than three runs in their previous 7 games Didi Gregorius furnished a home run in four RBIs for Philadelphia which also received round trippers from JT real Muto and Rhys Hoskins Meyer was pulled after real Muto's one out double and the 6th the third overall pick in the 2020 draft was reached for 5 runs and 7 hits Ranger Suarez tossed four hate ball over 5 innings to get the victory I'm Dave

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"didi" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:13 min | 5 months ago

"didi" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"No, I swear to God. I swear. I like did you take it? Oh, yeah. I have it sitting on my on my mantle. Of course. But I was like, I imagine, like, how cool do you have to be just to be like, thanks for letting me play through. I'm going to leave this ball on the tea box for you. Inner space. I put it around a golf with a guy named Steven bishop, who's an actor. He's going to be coming in studio here on Friday, playing David David justice in Moneyball. And he's very good friends with Jim Brown, the legendary football player. Mister Brown came and joined the round. And I'm really good friends with Tom Felton, who played Draco malfoy in the Harry Potter. So introducing Jim Brown to Tom Felton on a golf course was definitely a cool moment for me. 9 to one had any idea who the other one was and they just started telling stories about partying in London. I love that. That's our love about golf. I mean, you can come from so many different walks of life, like I was paired the other day with like Quentin Tarantino's lawyer. And. I fight with that. Yeah. And it was just like, yeah, through Howard, right? Yeah. And I was just like, you know, he's picking my brain, and he's like, what are the guys out there that are like really fun to work with? I'm like, and what world would I have anything in common with Quentin Tarantino's lawyer? But we had enough to talk about for 5 hours. And that's just like the beauty of all. How's your game right now? It is pretty solid Ben. Last week, didn't play practice round. So I have aspirations of calling qualifying for the U.S. mid amp. So last week, I was like, you know what? I'm gonna play in the Southern California amateur qualifier. We're just gonna wing it, no practice round, and just see where I'm a game is, 'cause I have not played a competitive round in 6 years. It's interesting approach because that's what Chris and I do every time we go to work. Well, it was like I literally have no expectations. Yeah, and I shot one under. That's very different than the experience you and I have. Game is the first part of that, let's wing it. Second part? No practice round, wing it us one under not. Not good. That's amazing. I'm excited for you. Good challenge. Way to push yourself. It's very cool. Yeah, my boyfriend caddy for me. We had a blast. I just love that. Show up and shut up. That's all that matters to work. Speaking of winging it, we got another segment here. We like to close out the show with celebrity birthdays and just, I don't know, the show kind of goes off the rails. So if you want to wing it and hang out for the next segment. Let's do it. You want to do that? How he led better joining us in studio, final segment of the day, Ben Lyons in for rich. This is the rich eisen show. Don't go anywhere. All right, welcome back to the show, Ben Lyons in for rich on the rich eisen show fun show today. Joyful moments, positive energy supportive, inclusive. I liked it today. It's nice. No dark energy around this show. Well, it was dark when you talked about Joker, you are not making it. So I'm going to say, do not go to Twitter. Oh, no, no. We don't need to do that. No need to do that. We got some celebrity birthdays out of celebrate today, right? Somebody famous was born today. I think so. What do you got, brockman? Everyone was, I don't know. You just throw up the graphic and let's take a look. I don't even have this ready. Person right off

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"didi" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:29 min | 5 months ago

"didi" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"You've been out in LA now for how long about a year? About a year. Yeah. You're feeling like home? Yes, you know, slowly but surely. I've been here for about a year, but I feel like physically only probably been here for like 7 months. You got a golf tournament. You're very much. But it's been great. Gotten to meet some cool people and play some cool golf courses. What's the LA golf scene like for those watching in the city? That's a great question. It's strong. You know, after I, after I go here, I'm gonna go to Redondo Beach, so minimal golf. They make really cool. I heard you were hanging out there yesterday, or were you there yesterday? You're supposed to go today or no, I'm going to go today. So there's some really cool niche. I mean, we talk about the evolution of the game and how it's just getting cooler. You've got brands like minimal golf and number 33, making like cool flavored toothpicks that look like teas. I don't know if you could use them as a tea actually, that's something I really want to find out today. But then also you've got to place metal wood studio, which is a really neat golf brand that just opened a store in la brea. To be really? Oh yeah. That's cool. Yeah, and also you go in and I was talking to Cole, the owner there. And he's like, no, this isn't a pop up. This is like legit. Here to stay going to have a simulator in it. So yeah, I feel like the LA golf scene is strong and it's only getting stronger. I mean, I know you go to the pen Mars social club events. I've never been to one of those, but looking to get out there and make some new friends. So yeah, I mean, also sometimes I put on my Instagram, hey, anybody now like off looking to play and I'm getting a ton of people that will reply. So Chris strangers from the strangest celebrity you've ever played with in LA are just weird and counter or kind of chance encounter, not that they were weird, but just odd that you played with them. Oh my gosh. Well, I have a Joe Pesci story that has to be told off air. Marty fish who recently played in the ACC former winner. He won me a free travel golf bag. Nice. I love that. I will say I got the opportunity to play Bel Air a couple of weeks ago and we had to let Dennis Quaid through. Nice. He was so bizarre. I mean, he was a nice guy, but it was like, so the guy he'd played would took forever. And then we've got, then we got up on the next T box, and I don't know if he left it there on purpose, but I had to think he did. There was a ball in the tea box that said Dennis Quaid

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Hall homers, drives in 2, Phillies take series from Nats

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

Hall homers, drives in 2, Phillies take series from Nats

"Derek hall and didi Gregorius had the big hit since the Phillies took the rubber match of their three game set with the nationals 5 three Hall Homer doubled and drove into He's gone deep four times in 8 games since being recalled from triple-A Grigori is provided an RBI triple for the Phillies the triple cap to three run third that put the Phillies ahead to stay Philly's bullpen worked 5 innings of one run two hit relief with Nick Nelson tossing two frames to get the win Joanna doan felt of one in 12 and saw his ERA climbed to 7.101 14 starts I'm Dave

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"didi" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

Daily Tech Headlines

03:36 min | 6 months ago

"didi" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

"The Wall Street Journal sources say China will soon conclude its investigation into didi global, which will see regulators allow its mobile apps to return to domestic app stores and let it register new users again. DD is expected to offer a 1% equity stake to the state, give the government a direct role in corporate decisions and pay a relatively large fine. Didi went public on the New York Stock Exchange back in June, which triggered a cybersecurity review by Chinese regulators in July. The New York Times of sources say Apple partnered with several Hollywood directors, including Jon Favreau to create video content for its upcoming mixed reality headset. The report echoes previous reports from Mark gurman that the headset will likely not launch until 2023 due to continuing performance and battery life issues, but maintains affable introduced a toolkit to enable hands free control of apps at this year's WWDC. LastPass began rolling out the ability to use its authenticator app to access a password vault on desktop rather than using a master password. Master passwords will still be required for registering an account, adding new trusted devices, making account changes, or if a password less attempt fails. The battery developer solid power completed an EV cell pilot line able to make up to 15,000 EV scale solid state battery cells per year, which will be delivered first to Ford and BMW to begin testing and formal automotive qualification. Solid state batteries don't use a liquid electrolyte, allowing for higher energy density and faster charging, plus they're non flammable. And investigation by Reuters found that between 2017 and 2021, the cryptocurrency exchange binance processed at least $2.35 billion worth of transactions for funds received from cybercrime, investment fraud and illegal drug sales. In some cases, funds pass through multiple digital wallets before reaching binance. In August 2021, binance strengthened its money laundering checks, compelling new and existing users to submit identification. By Ned's ascribed the reporting as wildly outdated and disputed writers as findings. Epic Games will distribute its first blockchain based game on the epic game store later this year with the western themed battle Royale grit from gala games. Galli plans to publish more of its existing catalog on the epic game store in the future. According to a new analysis by panelists, apple's beats brand grew true wireless headphone shipments, 553% on the year in Q one to 2.4 million units. AirPods shipped 19.3 million units, but only grew 3% in the year. Overall, the total market grew shipments 70% in the year to 68.2 million with Apple, Samsung and Xiaomi remaining the top three. In the letter to Twitter, Elon Musk attorney Mike ringler accused the company of resisting and thwarting Musk's right for information on fake accounts on the platform, calling it a clear material breach of the merger agreement. The letter maintains that Twitter is obligated to provide data for any reasonable business purpose related to the consummation of the transaction. Microsoft released a public preview of its Windows auto patch service, this enterprise service automatically manages the deployment of updates and patches on Windows 10 and 11 endpoints with integrated testing, halt, and rollback features when needed. It's expected to be generally available in July. Office of the privacy commission of Canada released the results of a 2020 investigation into the data collection of the Tim Hortons coffee and donut app. In May 2019, the app began collecting location data and used the platform called radar to deduce where they lived when.

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"didi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:06 min | 7 months ago

"didi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Didi stuck in neutral when it comes to the U.S. For more let's go to Bloomberg daybreak Asia host Brian Curtis and Doug prisoner John in the coming week Chinese ride hailer didi global will hold an EGM to vote on its delisting plans in the United States Now Dede has recently said in a U.S. filing that it will not be able to resume normal operations until it finishes the delisting The company by the way is also facing a cybersecurity review Didi said in that same filing that it had already made rectifications to comply with the review these include improving management operations and compliance with procedures for cybersecurity data security personal data and privacy protections To look forward at didi's prospects and what they mean for the tech industry overall we're joined by Sofia orteca Bloomberg's chief China markets correspondent in Hong Kong So Sophia we don't really know yet whether or not the rectification measures that DD came up with will satisfy the regulator Yes exactly In the last we heard the penalties that were suggested against Dede were not sufficient So not just the rectification measures but also how far China will go and the cybersecurity regulator will go in punishing a company for not doing what Beijing wanted And it's not just the regulators in China It's also in the U.S. We know that didi is facing an SEC probe We don't know when that probe started Whether it started around the listing itself last year or whether it's a recent one But this is a company that's very much stuck between two extremely difficult regulatory probes in the U.S. and China So remind us very quickly how we got here because it was in June of last year that didi conducted the U.S. IPO 4.4 billion and then there was an abrupt pivot and the company became the subject of the cybersecurity probe How do we get here Yeah and this is a company that was once worth about 80 billion The IPO was extremely successful It's part of a number of Chinese companies that listed in the U.S. and what happened was didi was guided by regulators in China to not proceed with its IPO in the U.S. We know this but there wasn't an outright ban It wasn't like what happened with ant group where we know that the regulators in China later told aunt that it couldn't proceed with this IPO So it was window guidance and didi decided to go ahead anyway In December didi disclose a significant loss of 4.7 billion loss in its quarter revenue is down significantly So this is a company that's also struggling To expand we know also The Guardian reported that this company didi has decided to put its overseas expansion on hold so it's under pressure not just from the regulation cyber also as a company At the time just after its IPO surrounded July we know that some investors in the U.S. have put forward lawsuits saying that misled them and didn't tell them that there was this conversation around its plans to list the conversation with Beijing's regulators around cybersecurity So there was already significant amount of tension between Dede and shareholders But yes it was hailed at the time as one of China's most successful companies China's answer to Uber and it's all gone wrong since So if you think about it Dede has problems with the U.S. regulator with the Chinese regulator with its shareholders and with general investors because the stock has been sold down So viciously So there's a little bit of doom and gloom surrounding the company We need to talk about just briefly I think once the delisting had happened how it will trade on the so called pink sheets in the U.S. This is another thing that was quite disappointing for investors because the expectation was that didi wouldn't proceed with its U.S. delisting until it had plans for a re listing elsewhere and the expectation was that didi would apply for an IPO in Hong Kong But now we know that that Hong Kong those Hong Kong IPOs plans have been pulled And didi will go ahead and de list anyway And for a lot of Dede's shareholders they can't actually own pink sheets They can only own companies that trade on public on main exchanges So they'll be forced to sell because they can't do that conversion Sophia it's always a pleasure to have the chance to benefit from your perspective talking Dede global with Sofia Jorge Costa Bloomberg's chief China markets correspondent joining us from Hong Kong I'm Doug Krishna along with Brian Curtis you can catch us weekdays here for Bloomberg daybreak Asia beginning at 6 a.m. in Hong Kong 6 p.m. on Wall Street John Brian and Doug thanks.

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"didi" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

04:58 min | 7 months ago

"didi" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

"Want to know, you being an interested in fashion, where you involved in the creative process, the design process with all that? Absolutely. And I think that was like the biggest part about this was like, I wanted to be athletes, 'cause that's what I'm wearing 24/7, which is sweat, hoodies, crew necks, that's me. So I kind of wanted to be that. I knew that. And they were very open on showing me the first batch of things. And I came and I saw it, and I was like, it's so bright. And they're like, you don't love it. I'm like, I don't love it. It's something about I don't love, you know? So I really patient with me because I'm very picky. I'm very particular with what I want to wear, so I don't want to just put people in just anything. And so whenever I was coming up with the things that I wanted to come up with, they wanted everything I appealed to the fans, which I get. To put a Dede on a shirt, sure. Put me on a shirt, but what I wear that? Yeah. I was like, will I wear that? And then I saw him and I'm like, definitely. I'm gonna wear her. Characters amazing. So I just hope that the fans also love and the clothes are comfortable and any feedback I would greatly appreciate, you know? So if you don't like it, then tell me and tell me why you don't like it, so I can be better next time. Yeah, I'll make sure to tweet you my wife's full review. Hopefully it's 5 out of 5 stars. Hopefully. Yeah, and I love the I love New York City too, like the interchange on that. I gotta get that for myself. No big deal. Absolutely. That was my biggest thing. I wear almond clothes. My boyfriend is always like, did you have this for a mentor? Am I absolutely? I definitely so I wanted everything. It was so hard for them to understand that I wanted everything at the unisex or everything meant. And they were like, what about women? I said, that's what these are for. You put it into a crop top. Everything I have is man's shirt and into a crop top. They're like, did he know? We need a minute. So there's women, but there's also unisex. So it was like, it was a battle for the longest. So cool. I love that for you. I thought you were going to say that your boyfriend thought is that my hoodie that you're wearing. And not from the men's section because I've definitely had that a few times like, yes, I stole it, didn't think you could recognize. And I already did it. I'm gonna say right. Really, it looks better over here. You know, talking about fashion, just want to wrap this up. Is there anything else that you want to get further into? Whether it's designing whether it's modeling, you know, we talked about obviously you're in New York, the fashion capital of the world, and that is kind of your essence as a fashionista. So is there anything else that you want to get into? Absolutely. And so I think I want to kind of venture out in. And I kind of, I love that I am more than an athlete, but I hate that. We as women have to be more than an athlete to even get recognition. And but I like to take that as far as I can, and that's me modeling me and cosmetics me and hair. I'm saying those things because that's kind of what I want to get into. And so I'm just, you know, waiting my turn and, you know, sitting back and observing a lot that's going on. Like I said, I'm in New York. So it's easy to do that. And it's a lot of different outlets for me to do that. And that's what I'm doing. And I'm hoping that I can really get into it. And one day I have my own, maybe hair brand because y'all know I like to have my hair in my hand. That was my final question. What's the game day hair for this Saturday? Can I get a little tease? You know, you know I have to have the puff for the first game. I have to get the fans what they want. Like they would have hated me and I'm almost I almost did it. Like I was sitting here like, I'm not looking at my hair done and literally. It was my boyfriend. He's like, what do you mean me getting your hair done? I'm like, I'm about to get some weave in. He's like, no, you're not. You play Saturday. The puffs. And I'm like, oh my God, I forgot. Yes. All right. The power puffs forgot the puffs. You can never leave it. I will say, I love them. My mother said to me, a couple of years ago, she's like, that girl that plays for barrel or with the her hair is so cute. And I was like, I know exactly who you're talking about. And it is, mine's not long enough yet, but we will get there. I'm telling y'all, go look at, I don't ever tell people to go look at my freshman year, Baylor puffs. I told them to discontinue every freshman year picture of me at Baylor because it's so bad. It's just about patience. Took a good four years. Awesome. While Dede, thanks so much for hopping all the really appreciate you being our first guest on dice it up. We wish you the best of luck this season. Yes. Healthy stay ready. Looking forward to all of the hairdos and all of your success. Thank you all so much. Thank you. Good luck with the rest of the show though. Absolutely. Do it again in person sometime. Absolutely..

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"didi" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

05:15 min | 7 months ago

"didi" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

"You know, so much fun. Awesome. Well, I hope you guys enjoyed this next interview. And we'll be back next week with more of dice it up. Excited to go on this journey with your eyes. Same here, and let's get it. We are so excited to have our first guest on diced it up. The didi Richards, the New York garb from the New York liberty. Thanks so much for joining us today. How are you, first of all, how was practice? It was great. Thanks for having me also, but it was great. We did a lot of, you know, getting to know our new, I mean, our next opponent, which is Connecticut. So it was exciting because it's building up the first game. Well, I will especially be watching that one. I'm the analyst for the sun this year. So you are on my scout. Didi, we just want to say you come in so polished, obviously, made the all rookie team last year for WNBA. McDonald's all American in high school. You had multiple big 12 academic honors, big 12 all defensive team. 2020 national defensive player of the year. And I just want to ask you doing all of that and then coming into your first season. What was kind of the biggest boom that hit you? The biggest boom that had me, I think what happens every time, like going from high school to college and talks to W it's just a different pace. It really messes with me a little bit and it takes me a while to get adjusted to it, but once I get adjusted to it, it's like, all right, we're good. We're rolling now, it takes me a couple games, but last year I promised it took till the second half. It took after all star breaking. I was like, oh my God, I'm finally getting it. So it took a little longer than I expected from NW. I remember that game in Phoenix against Phoenix. And I was like, well, didi, like getting some shine gins. It was like a different confidence level that hit. It was definitely late in the year. It was definitely. I know what you were talking about. The first half you went absolutely bonkers from Korea. Well, for the longest, it was like a mind game, you know? Because you go from college to shooting one through your whole career. Yeah. So getting drafted to a team that only shoots threes, it was like insane. Like, I'm like, okay, y'all, this is not me, but if y'all want it to be me, I can figure it out. And it was also a mindset like, okay, I want to be a better player, so how can I, you know, change my game to be more effective on the office of it. And if shooting was it, then I said in the gym, I really became a gym right. I want to say last year, it was for that reason because I was not letting that thing fly to person. It's all about adapting. And I mean, and that's what's expected of your rookie year, which even makes it more impressive that you made the all rookie team going in and knowing that you were going to have to change your game and adapt and still do that and one of the best rookies in the league at doing that. So kudos to you for that. I wanted to ask you, you know, WNBA we know is like the hardest league in the world. I feel like to make a roster spot. But you went to New York, a team that was in the rebuilding stages that is still right in the rebuilding stages. How did you feel about going to New York when you got drafted? And what did you see your opportunity asked for this team? I'm giving the opportunity to New York. I felt like it was the best. It was the best possible scenario for me, I think. And it was because of the rebuilding area because I'm technically rebuilding my game. I knew going into W whatever I was doing in college was not going to work. It wasn't going to be effective. And most of the coaches let me know that whenever we did the beginning of the year meeting, so I knew that it was going to happen. And I was just hoping that the staff that I got drafted to was willing to, you know, help or willing to sit and soak for a little bit and it was really me like that was rushing in. And I was like, that was the beauty behind everything. They were like, didi. It's a process, be patient, be patient, and I'm like, how are y'all this patient? I can get cut any second. We don't have enough spots for me to be patient. It's my mindset. So I was really lucky to get drafted here with Walt Dustin, Shelley P and Eric Jackie. I was really lucky that they kept me here. Yeah, and I mean, not to mention the outside stuff that piques your interest with fashion and everything. We can come to that later because we'll definitely plug your new stuff. My wife is going to make me buy her sweater from there for sure. And I'm not mad about it. I'm just going to make sure, you know, I got to hit I'm sure it's probably like a $100 thing to get free shipping. Got to take advantage. Happy wife, happy life. That's right. I've only been married two months and it's something. Congrats. Thank you. Congrats from Dede Richards, you know, that's big. I'll tell her today when we get back in the car. So, you know, second year, you have some college teammates having the league that you're probably obviously excited to see. Like when you do play against them, but maybe outside of them are including them..

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Realmuto's 2-run HR in the 8th helps Phillies top Mets 5-4

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 8 months ago

Realmuto's 2-run HR in the 8th helps Phillies top Mets 5-4

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Matt Palumbo: Why Is George Soros Speaking Against China?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:35 min | 9 months ago

Matt Palumbo: Why Is George Soros Speaking Against China?

"Now lately there's been a very strategic turn by Soros Soros has been writing I know you picked up on it I've seen your writing on it We obviously worked together He's been writing and attacking China and Chinese communist policies collectivism and that kind of thing which is kind of strange because the candidates George Soros tends to back the chase a Buddhist the left wing DAs here the Joe Biden far left types all practice the same type of kind of soft collectivism the Chinese Communist Party some hard collectivism is practicing right now What do you think is what's the motivation behind that What's he up to So I guess no pun intended you follow the money So you have to wonder you know the question I was asked is like why now of all times And you look into what G is doing So he for instance crackdown and Alibaba which is sort of like China's version of Amazon.com Well what do you know a very large chunk of Alibaba is owned by George Soros There was another company that went public a few months ago called didi which is sort of like China's version of Uber and Soros owned a very large chunk of that They cracked down on the company immediately after they went public I think it's down 90 or so percent What do you know Soros is upset about that because he's invested in it So all these I think it was maybe two or so other games that I say went to where it's not in Seoul China went after companies that Soros was personally invested in that he pretended to care So unless it affects him personally he's pretty much fine with it I don't see much of the Uighurs or anything like that So

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"didi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"didi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is Bloomberg daybreak Europe And it's 6 30 a.m. here in London Good morning I'm Caroline hecker So we're looking ahead to the U.S. jobs report we're expecting 550,000 jobs to have been added to U.S. payrolls in November That is key for markets as Jerome Powell has turned hawkish this week and we've had very stormy market moves Also of course we're watching out for the oh Macron variant which is spreading more mandatory jabs coming in and have you heard Companies in the UK are starting to cancel cat pare back their end of year Christmas party certainly in the City of London JPMorgan Chase London but in market association Deloitte so there you go That's going to be a slightly less cheery end of year than we had thought Let's go to the markets though for a data check So volatility has really saw the S&P 500 closed at 1.4% yesterday Buyers scooping up some of the hardest hit shares after a two day sell off A futures interestingly up by just about a tenth of 1% for S&P 500 even features now use stocks 50 futures also up by 8 tenths of 1% You have basically lied to just a little bit behind the U.S. so actually yesterday Europe closed at 1.2% lower and tech shares lived the most At the moment the dollar is slightly stronger this morning U.S. benchmark yields on the ten year at 1.438% down by a basis point and oil gains at 1.9% for WTI crude futures OPEC plus sticking to raising its supply but sort of saying be ready for a quick move that open to cut at short notice Let's take you to our top stories after that data check because this is the big line the Chinese ride hailer didi global has begun preparations to withdraw from U.S. stock exchanges and will start work on a Hong Kong share sale Bloomberg reported last week that Chinese regulators had asked deedes top executives to devise a plan to de list in the U.S. because of concerns about data security sources say that it aims to file for a Hong Kong listing around March Meanwhile in the U.S. will get the jobs report today so 550,000 jobs expected to be added in the non farm payroll count Meanwhile more fed officials have laid out the case for speeding up the removal of policy support amid higher inflation in America The governor Randy Cole said that he would support moving the end of the taper forwards If we get to next spring and inflation is still over 4% and we've ended our taper and that's where we are I think the fed I will not be on the committee at that time but I think the fed would have to say seriously this has run too high for too long And we need to start using other tools Now a strong jobs report could add to the case for a hawkish fed And just lastly the Fitch ratings has cut the outlook on turkey's sovereign credit rating to negative The credit assessor cited a deterioration in domestic confidence as a result of monetary easing that it called premature the outlook change comes a day after president Recep type Erdoğan abruptly replaced his finance minister and we've been watching the Turkish lira declines this week Let's go to one of our top interviews now though The overcome variant has continued to pop up in countries around the world with wealthier nations like the UK focused on booster rollouts the world's developing countries are struggling to get their populations vaccinated and blew my Westminster yesterday You and ports and I spoke to rosa pavanelli who is the general secretary of public service international which is a grouping of unions around the world The PSI is calling for an urgent waiver of COVID vaccine patents we are set to put really about the opposing argument that IP is the reason that we have COVID vaccines in existence in the first place We think that it is now evident that we absolutely need the weaver on the intellectual property because millions of people died before having the possibility to access vaccines Only in the healthcare tax of the WHO has a conservative estimation of 115,000 workers who died in the last year and we don't know this year what is going to happen And while out of ten people in Africa has got the first doses of boxes that can not continue in this way It can not continue because we see the multiplication of variants and this is the second year that we reached to have two more hours relative instead of enjoying Christmas dinner What do you make of the argument that without the investment of these pharmaceutical companies we wouldn't have a vaccine and without further investment we won't have vaccines against new variants Well we need to invest in to start we need also to say that the vaccines that most part of the world the rich work is benefiting now has been obtained through investment of public funds of taxpayers money hospital Seneca vaccine reserve was paid the 97% with public money The same happened for Johnson & Johnson and the Pfizer who got more than 10 billion U.S. dollars from the president's government So what we think is that yes we need to investment but the public invested in research And now it's time to return to return that money Meanwhile we wait for the IP waiter the pharmaceutical corporation are making over $1 million in pre-tax growth and I don't think that their business model can be considered risk And we have the experience with the AHI B a where corporate during many many years of those We are on the patent and the possibility to produce generic But when it happens they don't have to go in bankruptcy that continues to make their business while millions of people could finally have access to their activity So that was rosa pavanelli speaking to a sampling Westminster yesterday You've had this renewed push for a waver of the COVID-19 vaccine Peyton in the wake of the omicron variant UK U.S. have been against doing that but of course this brings more urgency now with the spread of omikron at least according to PSI and others but I thought it was a very interesting interview Yesterday and we still see very few vaccines rolled out in many developing countries Let's get over now to Bloomberg's anger.

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Harper Homers, Rallies Phils From 7 Down in 17-8 Win vs Cubs

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Harper Homers, Rallies Phils From 7 Down in 17-8 Win vs Cubs

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Phils Win 6th Straight, Beat Mets to Take Over NL East Lead

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Phils Win 6th Straight, Beat Mets to Take Over NL East Lead

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"didi" Discussed on The Journal.

The Journal.

12:23 min | 1 year ago

"didi" Discussed on The Journal.

"Try to get market. Share uber eventually decided. It just wasn't worth it so you know he's just a big market that they couldn't conquer so they decided to sell out to. Dd after defeating. Uber didi grew rapidly and even expanded beyond china to other parts of asia and latin america but to continue growing needed money. So the company started thinking about selling stock through an ipo and after looking at other places to list like hong kong. They decided to follow the path of other chinese tech companies. Go public in the us. Many chinese companies have looked at the united states as the model when it comes to tech and they look at silicon valley wistfully because that is the place where the biggest and most prestigious and sexiest companies into world. Frankly by many accounts are growing listing in the united states whether it's on the stock exchange or nasdaq but then also you got to remember a lot of them have. Us bankers have us investors. They have a lot of people who are helping drive their growth from the united states so A lot of people also would like to see these companies listed united states. What's in it for the us. If chinese companies list here united states wants to be the world's criminal financial markets and to do that. You need to have the world's biggest companies and as we have seen over the last decade the world's biggest companies now are into places the united states and china and if you're the stock exchange or nasdaq if they can get the next generation of companies out of china like dd onto the us. Exchanges it further growth for the exchanges in it further cements. The united states is the world's financial capital defile the initial paperwork for its newark. Ipo on june tenth and from there things moved fast. Unusually fast in the lead up to an ipo companies. Do a road show. Basically a series of presentations where company executives and their bankers pitched the stock potential investors. Most shows this year have lasted about eight or nine days. Dvd's took three three days is extraordinarily fast. Okay now why. Why did that happen. Well a lot of that is they. Just were ready to go. They wanted to list and excited about this. But you also gotta keep in mind that there were some holidays coming both in the united states and in china there was the fourth of july in the united states and there was in china the hundredth anniversary of the communist party so once they filed the paperwork they looked and they saw markets. Strong timing was good. You know if we're going to do it. Let's do it now. so june. Thirty wound up as the data. Do it and if that meant speeding things up so be it. How did it go. And they held their ipo. On june thirtieth. It was a big success. They raised four point. Four billion things went well. They actually sold more stock than they'd planned. Pricing gave them a market cap of around sixty seven billion dollars so it seemed like the was a success for about two days and then all hell broke loose just days after the company's successful ipo. The chinese government suddenly moved against dd. Chinese regulators announced that they were launching cybersecurity review of the company they banned it from adding new users in china then ordered chinese app stores to removed entirely. Did he stock. Price tumbled and investors were left wondering had the company known. This crackdown was coming. There's a lot of debate about what. Dd knew and when they knew it. That's after the break. This episode is brought to you by code. Forty forty-two picture this your organization's leads seller since a confidential client list to their personal email. An engineer shared the product roadmap from their phone an executive sync everything on their desktop including your acquisition plans straight to their personal cloud. And that's just in the last five minutes. All of this creates risk for your organization. Stopped data leaks not collaboration. Protect your most valuable data with code forty two insider learn more at code forty two dot com china's rapid fire moves against. Dd sent a powerful message. Beijing wasn't happy with how the company handled its ipo by the time. I was looking to list. The narrative was changing in china. Beijing becoming more suspicious of his tech companies and frankly. Beijing doesn't love the idea anymore that its biggest companies would succeed and then list in the united states. The thinking of beijing is. Why can't they list here. And patrick says regulators did signal that they weren't totally on board with dvd's ipo plans at the wall journal. We learned that had actually been warned weeks before the ipo that regulators were concerned about some issues there and they had urged the company to conduct a thorough self-examination. It's hard to know. Exactly how adamant and precise those warnings were they were clearly some mixed signals. But we've been told from people who were involved in this process. Was that some chinese regulators. Were broadly supportive of the ipo. And were more or less waving through but others were not and so was for trapped in this tricky position where they had some regulatory support in china and they certainly had investors and bankers telling them to speed up. And get this thing done and it's great and do it. But then they also had at least one chinese regular telling them. We really think you need to slow. This down your. There's gonna be some some issues. What were these regulators so worried about. So we have some basic ideas. One issue for china is that de collects this incredible amount of data. They know where he's using. That goes they know what time they they get out of the car with time they get in the car and what what house they stopped at. Or what government building they went to. It has personal information about all those customers it has their. Id numbers just has incredible amounts of data and a word about some of that data falling into foreign hands particularly into the hands united states which they increase view as a strategic rival. And the other thing is that they want to be sure that the data the beijing once is available to them as much as this data is a potential problem. If it's shared with united states it's also a great asset to beijing. Beijing wants to know what people are doing. It wants to know where they're going and they want to be sure that that companies that are gathering data are compelled to share that when they need to one potential concern for beijing is a new law that toughens audit requirements for chinese companies list on us stock markets. So there's a fear in china. That wants a chinese company. Listen united states. It would be subject to greater transparency and the us officials will then be able to see deeper into these companies which of course us officials want to do because they wanna make sure that they are frauds. Dividends of why he decided to move forward with the ipo in spite of these warnings. Dd has not said specifically why they went so quickly or why. They had to go when they did. But would you know certain things about what was going on. At the time one is that the market was strong listing now around this time would enable them to take advantage of a good market so the timing was good on that basis so without knowing exactly what was in the heads of the leaders of we can assume that this could have been a case. Where didi was thinking. Let's just list and then we'll worry about the repercussions later. Sort of like a ask for forgiveness rather than permission correct has said anything publicly about what has happened so didi that they weren't aware the chinese regulators were playing to put them under review. They did put on stay on way bowl. Which is the chinese twitter. Like social media platform and They said something the fact they sincerely except in you know. We'll firmly obey requirements by the relevant authorities. And it's the kind of contrite statement that you hear often from chinese companies when they get trouble. Yesterday deedee acknowledged that the chinese government's actions might hurt its revenue in china. But didi isn't the only company that's gotten into trouble with over. Its ipo plans this week. The wall street journal reported that another chinese tech company bytedance also got pushback from beijing by dance. Which of course is the gigantic company that owned tiktok. The very popular short video app got similar warnings as. Dd some months ago by. Dance was considering an ipo back into spring in march or april and they had similar conversations with regulators in china and regulators gave them a sense that they needed to take a look at their data security and look at it very carefully before listing. It's interesting to note that bytedance took that warning or at least that suggestion and decided not to list. They put it on hold indefinitely. But why would beijing do that. Are they just undermining their own. Companies china definitely wants to have big and powerful and prestigious tech companies. But they wanted to be on their terms. The bigger concern in china is just that these companies have just gotten to be too big and too powerful. They become essentially rival power centers in the country. And what that means for for. Chinese context is trouble for the communist party. The communist party is not going to brooke having rival power centers and so even if this causes some speed bumps in the short term even if it causes some losses for big investors. That's fine for beijing. They wanna know for sure that they have control over the tech sector for deedee beijing's actions have already caused serious speed bumps after dominating ride hailing and china for years. Dd is facing new pressure from. Its domestic rivals. These issues are basically an invitation. For other companies to try to move into the market that has dominated and chinese customers are not necessarily very loyal when it comes to brands like didi. And just as we've seen in the united states when you when you give subsidies and incentives and reduce the price of a service like ride hailing people are going to jump to whoever's giving them a discount and then one person told us afford this they consider. Da healthy company. Now they consider to be a wounded company yesterday. D stock closed around eleven dollars which is down almost forty percent from its posed. Ipo high and it's not just dd that could pay the price last week. Beijing announced that it would tighten the rules for any chinese company planning to go public overseas. We've had people tell us that people throughout the tech industry are furious at. Dd right now because they feel like dd has spoiled the broth and since for everyone okay. China was already starting to get antsy about chinese companies listing overseas and now china's tech facing a situation where the chinese government is going to crack down on bad and his writing new rules. Likely make it tougher to list in the united states. You've talked about this symbiotic relationship fat. The us and china have when it comes to chinese companies listing on us stock markets. So what does this clampdown from. China mean for that relationship to clamp down in china could have negative effects for china and the united states. 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"didi" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"didi" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"And i know that we've seen things turn around a little bit now but paul treasuries are still very little two percent. Yeah and one thirty seventy in the ten year. I mean yes. It's a bounceback. From yesterday we were down. What was lowest. We hit like one. Twenty-three tick in any case. It's still a conundrum to me sir. Just heard mohamed area and talk about it. Let's bring in jordan jackson to ask him he's vice president and global market strategist for j. p. morgan asset management jordan. I don't just ask these questions. I was up past midnight reading people's theories online. Not just crazy people on read it but you know smart market technicians. I still don't get it. That doesn't seem to jive with a view that the economy is strong and picking up. And we're going to see real growth for the next couple of years. Yeah it's it's i. If anyone tells says that they are absolutely one hundred percent accurate in why yields are where they are. I think i think that's a long shot. But i think there's a confluence of things that are happening that are causing that have caused this reversal in in yields. And no one is the the supply side of the equation. If we think about what's happened over pretty much the course of the first half of the year you've seen significant troy down in the treasury general account so the treasury department has not been funding additional fiscal stimulus by way of issuing new treasury bond. It's by way of drawing down the treasury general. The treasury general account and what that does is that increases bank reserves in the system to start mechanical aspects. And so we actually have seen as you know from from banks. you'll as as reserves increase in the banks of some bad. Money's gotta find itself somewhere. Typically it finds its way at the front end of the curve but what we have been observing more recently is that those flows have actually been making their way to the back end of the curve as well. So there's there's been some strong demand from banks as well as from from foreign investors as well. I talked about how the roll down of the treasury general account at the same time that that is still purchasing eighty billion dollars a month and treasuries you've actually seen net negative supply of treasury issuance. Come to the market as well so you can sort of paint yourself with supply and demand demand picture in which you've got essentially demand outpacing pacing supplier. That's put down with pressure on yields. I think there was sort of a self fulfilling prophecy to the first half of the first quarter of year that yields were going arrive in the back half growth. Who's gonna be stronger in the second half of the year. Then it was going to be in the first half of the year. And so you have this this this this broad-market narrative of steepening yield curve. And i think folks were positioned as such And so you have some shorts come onto the market. I think some of those shorts have to unveil themselves as yield started to grind lower And so a lot of these factors kind of funneling into the move lower from a technical perspective the move over and bomb meals all right. You're given where we are in the yield market. What are you telling your clients in terms. If they're looking for return here they just got to go the equity markets. Don't they wh what are you hear from your clients. That's that's pretty much. what what we're seeing..

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"didi" Discussed on This Week in Apps

This Week in Apps

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"didi" Discussed on This Week in Apps

"This is area for math figures. Five highlights view today in will start with the big controversy this week and that revolved around didi company. That just like uber. The company i peeled in the us last week raising four point. Four billion dollars. That's billion with a b. from investors in a supersized. Ipo only get slapped by chinese regulators. And have the app removed from the app store. In china immediately. Although dd operates in several countries china makes up the majority of downloads on the app store since launching the app in two thousand eighteen. Dvd's ride hailing app was downloaded more than one hundred and two million times forty six and a half million those from china although ds download suffered early into the pandemic. They've come up since it's not fully back to normal but it's not that far off so what why is this important. It's important because there are a few issues here that kind of obvious. The first one is that regulators weren't really super specific about why he can't be in the app store anymore. The main thing was data handling. But i couldn't really find what about it wasn't being downright. Then we have timing. Minneapolis pulled from the app store. After investors sunk billions of dollars into the company almost immediately that caused the stock to drop and in china's defense. It's been reported the regulars try to stop the ipo. But did he did it anyway. But the timing is still very suspect now is a victim of the turbulent relationship. The us and china in will the stock recover. Can it recover. Wants a fix. What a regular regulators didn't like. All of those are good questions. It's very hard to tell. In the meantime we know one thing. Keep another chinese company. That planned to ipo in the us. Cancel those plans. So one thing is very clear. China doesn't want its companies. Ipo in the us. What's going to happen in the future. I don't really know but this is one very important case. We'll have to keep an eye on to see what the future could look like. Next up is getter last week. I had a quick look at a new social media. App that vows to protect free speech from extra spokesperson jason miller. Now it's been. Some news covered it as an app from trump himself. But i'm pretty sure. That's not the case based on all the news that i saw it's possible that's what's happening under the hood and no one knows about it but From what i've seen this has nothing to do with him. And that's kind of important too. I think the evolution of this app. Which is why. I bring it up now..

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Analyst: Didi's IPO Was a Disaster. Here's Why

BTV Simulcast

02:10 min | 1 year ago

Analyst: Didi's IPO Was a Disaster. Here's Why

"Calls the DD IPO a disaster with more on that and what China's crackdown means for more tech companies in his Edith Yeung of Race Capital is a China expert. And we're so glad to have you here because Once again dd feeling the pain share price. I mean, now, like 11 bucks well below where the IPO price was. And the question marks surrounding who knew? And when? Why was it such a disaster in your own minds? I Is such a disaster because there's a lot of rumors, speculation that maybe the founder and CEO both ignore about the request and the change and make sure that they need to comply with the data security and compliance before they go public. Regardless and there's a lot. This costs a lot of action lawsuit going on now, and there's a lot of hatred for the founders and also for the for the president, and it's just really unfortunate to see what's going on. Which in my mind, I think you know, companies send of really chilling effect for many, many Chinese companies that with the goal to get listed in In the U. S recently, including companies like Kid Keep, and Himalayas recently wanted to go IPO in the U. S. I heard that both call it off because of what's going on with the D. Link Doc as well, postponing its IPO. The ramifications there that is this to your mind's eye, Edith. What China wants. Does it want to prevent make it harder, more difficult for companies to go to the capital source that is the United States? I think you know what's really, really interesting to me is that in the past, a lot of people say data is the new oil data now really is the most important things in terms of infrastructure. I think China the most. Some of the most important Internet company of China, including Alibaba, Baidu, Tencent music are all listed in the U. S. Says over 248. Companies from China is listening to US. U. S stock market is really, really important to China and Chinese company. But having

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"didi" Discussed on Snacks Daily

Snacks Daily

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"didi" Discussed on Snacks Daily

"For our second story. Toward is the only stock. We've seen focused entirely on plus size clothing. Plus sized fashion has found a major market mismatch for third of our story buzzer. This is the sports app that will show. Jesse what a designated hitter store your though the tick-tock vacation of sports snacks before we hit those three wonderful stories. I'm so excited for this line yesterday. We told you about wheels. It's a private jet company with public stock. We realized we had ourselves a new thick. You can't afford the product naked to can afford the stock so you can't use it but you can own it and it's not just wheels up how 'bout ferrara's lease the car two hundred thousand dollars the stock two hundred dollars exhibit b. Lvmh it also owns tiffany's jewelry. Ibm jack the rings. Two months salary the shares are not maybe a little closer to home as yeti coolers their top cooler nick tops out at thirteen hundred dollars must be nice. This though yeti a little bit more chill so we asked yesterday what should be the term for a product. You can't afford but a stock that you can't afford the saqer's did now. Did not here are the four finalists that we found on twitter instagram blenkton. Sometimes you throw it on like digits. Even any bites. Jack nicklaus elected influence if i endorsed myself. It's stiller thing snacker. It's the first term whipped up for a product you can't afford but a stock you can is aspirational equity from alex. Well how and from jake western now is a great one. Second one you guys came up with was mobile missing out but own. And that one is from phil. Savary's the number. Three finalists is vicarious investment. From claudia cruz. Because you want it you can only get into vicariously finally from tony derosa. This one's the inaccessible. 's that is key emphasis because it is an inaccessible product. But you're bullish on the stock smackers. Tell us what is the best term for a product. You can't afford but a stock that you can afford real thing now. A thing. Vote on twitter at robin snacks. We're looking for today. Also smackers classy first date move. We want to share with you. This is a pro tip. You say i own a private jet stock. Actually it's a fractional share can be on this. Let's her three stores. Daily snacks about the rain food is in candy. They don't reflect. The views of robinhood family is still informational just so not recommending any securities. It's not a research report or investment advice natta offer or sale of security snacks. Digestible business financial. Llc member famous less sipc four our first or did he stock plummeted. Alop and twenty percent in one of the worst ipo honeymoons. We've ever seen as sachers began to tell you about the new theme for investing in china. And that's in the tank. I jack didi uber. China was the biggest. Ipo of twenty one. So far we covered there s one last month and they became a publicly traded stock last week with a total valuation of sixty eight billion dollars. I mean who can forget their great feature those chauffer service. That's what some guy like bikes to you drive you home. Because he can't drive sticks the bike in your car and they get you hung. This is where dvd's operating at a whole different level the new and once he safely returned to your to your bed. I assume he tucks you in you. Got any unwraps. His bike and bike tom. That's how you get the five star rating in the meantime didi. Ipo last week. Everything was looking exciting except this happened. On friday chinese authorities launched a quote unquote cybersecurity. Probe into data. That was awkward. And then this happened on sunday. Chinese authorities removed didi from all app stores. Iphones and android. Who's deal until that probe gets resolved. Stock has fallen twenty five percent since all that happened. Duty competes against lift. Yes it is ironic because didi lost the value of lift in just one day uber. China lost the value of lift in a single twenty four hours. Now i mentioned we covered. Dvd's s. one document type yell a month ago and we noticed risk number eleven on page forty eight of that as one document. I mean this is classic jumping in snack style. If we do not comply with china's regulations we could be subject to severe penalties. It can't say. Dd didn't warn us about this. Which is part of a larger theme because we noticed in the last year. We've seen the communist. Chinese party intervene in public companies for various reasons. Kick it off with ten cent. They are a gaming icon. And we're becoming a global tech giant. Right point jack and then china issued new rules hurting. It's video game business badly. Now let's take a look alibaba their legendary ceo. Jack ma had the audacity to criticize china's financial regulators publicly then. He wasn't seen publicly for three months. Okay exhibit see ant financial there. Were supposed to be the biggest. Ipo in decades valued at like three hundred billion dollars well. That ipo is blocked by the chinese government. And many believe it was punishment. For what jack. Ma said which we a few seconds ago right 'cause jackdaws involved in financial tack. Can we whip out exhibit de. We rarely get this far down. The alphabet even cryptocurrencies. The bitcoin mining industry in china was the biggest pick going binding industry in the world. Well china had a major crackdown. It's now illegal to mind. Bitcoin in china and that literally caused because price to drop last month's knackers to theme we're seeing in these four examples is that china is reminding the biggest most powerful companies and industries who is in control. When it comes to china this feels like a takeaway jackson jack. What's the takeaway for our buddies over at chinese publicly traded companies. All of them. The theme of the two thousand was invest in china. Because of the opportunity the theme of the twenty twenties though invest in china at your own risk snacks for decades american investors have been excited about the growing size of china's billion plus people consumer bark. That was the opportunity but the risk now is the growing role of china's government. What us investors and companies like is that dc ceo. Isn't the real boss of ac. Comp now is not president. Xi of china. That's the real boss. What she wants yes she gets but not a pillow actually don't and that is why it wasn't just didi who stock actually dropped yesterday by do stock got hammered yesterday. Google of china. Pin duo duo is feeling pain. Insta- carta china. jd dot com is bruised pretty much. The ansi of the major theme of investing in china has changed for our second story tore. It is the first pure play plus size clothing stock out there toward is targeting. The biggest supply and demand bist match in all of fashion. Okay so by the way. This company i last week didn't get any attention. This is why. I love our job. Did it get any attention nick. Because tort doesn't have all that innovative a businessman. It doesn't really. I mean the company was founded twenty years ago. It's got six hundred physical stores. It's a retail. Come toward used to be part of hot topic. The ball staple that was always next to the bookstore always next to it but now towards l. shoes and accessories and intimates and dresses and underwear and outerwear and leisurewear straightforward fashion retail apparel company after their ipo. There were two and a half billion dollars because they had a billion in sales last year and they're profitable. So here's what you're going to see act toward though. You're going to see the same floral kimono as you see it anthropology. You're going to see the same chiffon cocktail dress as you have made well and you're going to see the same black capri yoga pants as you see at athletic but there's one key difference which is perfectly exemplified by the snacky ticker symbol that. This company chose c. u..

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"didi" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"didi" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"What was the street. He grew up and again. I'm going to textually. Chinese ride hailing company. Dd global launched an ipo of its stock on the new york stock exchange wednesday june thirtieth the wall street journal sources say that china's cyberspace administration had told didi weeks before that they should delay that ipo and do a self examination of network security. Didi did not do that. In fact an expedited. It's it's roadshow in a few days raising four point. Four billion dollars on friday didi was blocked from accepting new users by the government of china and on sunday apps doors were ordered by the government to delist. Dvd's app while it undergoes a security review china's concerned about the security of domestic company data. All chinese data is stored in china with didi but the united states requires any company listed in the united states to disclose what's called material contacts to the us securities and exchange commission that includes information on major vendors and suppliers and the belief is that the chinese are worried that if everybody knows who those vendors are then you could go after the vendors to compromise them and get the data out of didi. The review of deedee is looking at where. Dd purchase products and services for its network and assessing security risks. Didi was already being investigated for anticompetitive behaviour. Another big trend china right now. And it's not the first to come under scrutiny. Don't forget aunt groups. Ipo was blocked a few days before that was supposed to happen. In hong kong back in november. They still haven't done it. China's also been investigating the data practices of ten cent. And do and tuesday reuters sources. Said that way bo One of china's top social media apps was planning to go private and that would cash out alibaba which holds forty percent of waybill law. China passed in may takes effect september. First that restricts were data can be shared overseas and maybe by then china's cyberspace administration will relax but right now you cannot get a break. If you're a tech company in china and you do not march lockstep which probably sounds obvious. A lot of people. But we don't see it play out quite this. Obviously usually i mean at this point is is not only not shocking is to be expected. I read these things. I see these things that i just think. Okay that's how they operate is kinda mafia rules over there and you know the game that you get involved it with when you're playing it and with cybersecurity right now i don't know who's secure you know china even in its broad scope of taking over everything. They're probably a little bit better off by doing these things. As far as like the cyber-security hacks people trying to sell off your stuff to bitcoin. I don't know what more you could do. Besides this to have some kind of control over the information that goes now i. I don't agree with it but at the same time everybody's getting hacked anymore information's going everywhere so this is their way not only doing that and say oh we're we're hoping to protect you but also protect no interest. So it's it's a weird cat and mouse game. They going on right now yeah. I was hearing the economist. podcast today. Talk about this saying like if china doesn't relax a little bit there's no slack in the system like we told you to delay delay. We're gonna crack down on you. Their companies are not going to become global companies. In china are not gonna wanna step out of line and stepping outside the borders. Put you at risk of stepping out of line. Just because you're dealing with companies that are outside of china's control that could have a negative effect on this technology. Boom the china's had.

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"didi" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"didi" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"Active writers forty one million average daily transactions. I mean this is a sixty billion dollar company that operates in fourteen countries outside of china. So i'm not saying. This is a bad investment. Necessarily very well could represent an opportunity for interested investors. But for me. I go back to that old. Warren buffett saw where he said. The stock market is a no called strike game. You don't have to swing and everything you could wait for your pitch. And i like how he reps is up. He says the problem when your money managers that your fans keep yelling swing you. Bum is individual investors. We had the luxury of. Hey listen unless you're just like following twitter twenty four seven you don't have to swing right everybody's telling you to take a swing to worry about it. You'd think for yourself you don't necessarily have to take a swing if you don't want to and so for me these. These are the reasons why. I just don't take these swings because for me personally just not worth it. Let me throw out one other stat about. Dvd's business that i think bulls probably find pretty compelling this is a business with ninety percent market share and there are people who are bullish on uber and uber's marketshare is somewhere in the neighborhood of i think i think it starts with a two it somewhere in the twenties so the fact that didi is so dominant i i don't know i'm not buying shares of dd. I'm sure there are some people who are looking at this as a buying opportunity. I think it's gonna be fascinating to watch because there's a version of this where this is a momentary hit. This is a hit that takes a couple of months while this review goes on. And then it's back to business as usual and as we've both mentioned businesses going pretty well for didi but there's also a version of this where it really sort of hamstrings to company. Yeah i think you're right on the former point. I think this is a temporary thing. I do believe this is something more than likely at the end of the day. I mean the company recovers from this with no trouble right. It is the dominant company in its market in its in its region of. I mean i think with any of these ridesharing businesses really. It's it's the story is more about. What are they going to be able to do beyond just ride sharing because the economics are pretty difficult in somewhat. Rely on eventually getting to autonomous driving at an acceptable scale. And we're still a ways away from that. But yeah i mean whenever you see a dominant company like this you need to take note as an investor me. Those oftentimes represent just tremendous opportunities. I mean the flip side to this and this is just a part of the. You've got your bull case in in the bear cases here the chinese government right. I mean they are basically the ones calling the shots..

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"didi" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"didi" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"I'm chris sale with me on a tuesday. sorry for the confusion. It's jason mazar. Thanks for being here. Just love to throw everything into chaos every once in a while you just gotta keep people on their toes right absolutely absolutely people getting complacent. We're gonna talk about the challenge of adding to your winters. But we're going to begin today with a couple of very recent. Ipo's and first up is didi. The chinese ride hailing app went public last week. I would say there was a a decent amount of fanfare when didi went. Public market cap was somewhere in the neighborhood of sixty five billion dollars. That was then. This is now because shares of dd are falling fifteen percent this morning because late on friday the chinese government announced that new users would not be able to download the app while the government conducts a cybersecurity review of d. And i'll just add that. The wall street journal had a report that regulators had advised to postpone its listing in the us until the cyber security review had happened. And here we are here. We are with one fell swoop by the chinese government and billions of dollars in dis market. Cap are gone. Yeah yeah it does. It sounds like this is an ipo that perhaps got a little bit ahead of itself. The kind of feels like maybe they could have held off for a little while just in good faith but like you said here we are. We've talked about this on on this show and then motley full money and a number of times through the years and so i know this is going to probably sound harsh and people can take this hour they want but but ultimately this just this all this makes me feel very good about my philosophy regarding investing in chinese companies. Which is i don't period full. Stop end of story in. It's not it doesn't have anything to do with the chinese people. Don't get me wrong okay. Let's not go there but but we have to acknowledge the fact that this a a different country. A different form of government. There is a lack of transparency. There is a lack of full understanding of the culture. And how things work i mean. They just simply work differently in different places so for me a lesson. I learned early on as an investor. Was that there are so many opportunities out there that i just to me. These don't represent opportunities where i feel like taking that leap right investing every investment. That you make. There's a leap of faith involved in some leaps are greater than others to me when you invest in china chinese dumps. I'll company that leap of faith is just greater now for some investors. That's going to be just fine for others. it's not for me. I just feel like there's so many great opportunities out there that this stuff just i. I'm not interested right. So i just kind of i just i follow it. I learned from it. But i move on. I don't get involved in. This is this is not to say either. Don't don't think that. I'm saying all is just a bad investment because there are a lot of a lot of positive qualities to this business. It's clearly a large business. I mean somewhere in the neighborhood of four hundred ninety. Three.

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China Opens Cybersecurity Probe Into 3 Tech Firms

WSJ Tech News Briefing

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

China Opens Cybersecurity Probe Into 3 Tech Firms

"Chinese authorities have launched data security reviews of apps operated by three. Us listed chinese companies. On friday chinese regulators began a probe into the cybersecurity of ride. hailing company. Didi just days after. It went public in new york to more companies full truck. Alliance in kangoo are now facing similar probes. All three companies were ordered to stop adding users while authorities conducted their investigations. Deedee and full truck. Alliance said they would fully cooperate with the review and that existing users would it be affected.

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China Orders Ride-Hailing Firm Didi's App Removed From App Stores

Meet the Press

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

China Orders Ride-Hailing Firm Didi's App Removed From App Stores

"Ordered APP stores to remove Didi Chuxing dealing a major blow to a ride hailing giant that just went public in the U. S. A couple of days ago, The cyberspace Administration of China announced the ban today, citing serious violations on DD Global's collection and usage of personal information. OPEC Plus, members

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Phils Blow Another Save, Beat Padres 4-3 on Miller's Double

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Phils Blow Another Save, Beat Padres 4-3 on Miller's Double

"The Phillies wasted a three nothing lead in the night before Brad Miller delivered a walk off double in the tenth giving them a four three win over the Padres Zack Wheeler allowed four hits and struck out nine over seven two thirds handing off to a bullpen that is blown twenty two saves this season and eight in the last nine games jurickson Profar tied it with a two out two run double off Rangers Florez who pitched a perfect chance to poach the wind Didi Gregorius homered in his return to the Phillies lineup helping them deal the Padres just their third loss in fourteen games I'm Dave Ferrie

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"didi" Discussed on Snacks Daily

Snacks Daily

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"didi" Discussed on Snacks Daily

"This jack and this is snacks daily. Welcome back it is monday. June fourteenth jack. I had a great wedding on long island and nick. I miss you already. What a great week in new york city. It was a fantastic. I missed you too. But jack louder now a little bit louder now a little bit louder now a little bit louder now. This is the best one yet. Jack when we got for the first store netflix's just whipped up their first ever store. Richard and boxers are the first step to disney vacation or our second story. Dvd just filed for the biggest ipo of the year. uber of china is really more than just. The china and our third and final story is tesla which just unveiled a new and improved. Model ass. mako jackets so pricey it exerts peer price pressure on its lower price tesla. Brady's here pressure of price and triple ps real thing but snacker before he hit those three fantastic story today chakri back let's open up the hoarders almanac 'cause it's week sixty five of the pandemic toilet and hand sanitizer. We used to be run out of though then lumber and labor and then chlorinated chicken wing. The newest item that this country is dangerously low in supply dangerously low. It may be something that is. The most threatening of all things ever heard it in the united states. Time to have the talk about porta-pottys. Yep jack we got a porta potty shortage in the uk. They imported john's they do which offends me. Because my real name is john russia's though you want to go you have to go but the bathroom is gone when there's porta potty short there's a shortage of puerto pies in this country because of a classic double whammy situation in newport body problem with the first part of this thing the i is a classic supply chain issue. We've been seeing all year all right jack. That part that connects to the urinal stuck on a cargo ship in the strait of hormuz and the second is a major major demand surge because of hot backs. Something you got the concerts the graduations. The road raises all outdoors. Already scheduled to asap and outdoor events require a porta. Potty or several. Yeah they do. Oh by the way construction. Yeah that's bonkers right. Now and construction sites. Are port a potty hog. So smackers here's were jack and i are thinking the next time you're at a wedding and a groom is about to give a big epic toast bolt to the bathroom. Yeah okay because you're gonna get ahead of a line that's longer than the line for drinks after the reception. Put that wedding and it's about to have an epic situation line rule of thumb. Think to bathroom breaks a hat and we'll hit our three stories daily sports. We gotta get the rain. Food said candy. They don't reflect the views of robinhood family. Informational just recommending. Any security is not a research report or investment advice. Offer or sale of us security next digestible business news. We to financial llc member favors less sipc. I store net. It's just it's i truly physical is thing jack. They ran a dvd business for like ten years. That's true that was a door. But that was a physical thing tack first physical thing since the dormant business for netflix. Netflix is coming out with a store. And it tells us netflix's five year plan right jack. Second half of twenty twenty. Can we talk about saga that has been net. After getting like fifty million people the senate for net flicks. the beginning of the pandemic must be nice. This second half has been about slowing growth has losing share of the streaming market to other streamers yakima looking at this right now netflix's stock actually down this year. Wow yachts too bad while netflix only makes money off of subscriptions like hbo which makes money on subscriptions and adds sticking so funny. Think jack and i know that netflix also did in the year. twenty twenty. They staffed up on this brand. New team called consumer product. Yeah led by nike executive. Who knows how to sell shoes and and tee shirts and pants they staff this thing up to sixty people and get this their new thing. Their first big thing is store number one. it's called netflix. dot shop and other on out. There's no calmer order anything in there. It's dot shop ahead of the game and right now you can find a bunch of t shirts hats necklaces for to netflix shows. They're called eden and yes sukey very nice anniversary options. jack all have with simon bassett's having but they've also got some like nonstandard fan merch coming to netflix dot. Show okay get this. The french crime show lapenne which is on that flex and full disclosure. We haven't seen they're doing something creative. Here netflix's partnered with the famous louvre museum of the mona lisa fame. They actually. Did you create an end table. That's featured in that show. It's a hundred and fifty bucks and it's literally gonna make you feel like you're in the show instead of dropping like an entire disney store online on day one netflix's dropping merchandise for fans one show at a time. And i've actually never seen any of these three shots we've talked about so far. I mean they're doing this like supreme. It's basically like a streetwear drop. But it's for your sh movies years the strategy. Though that really gets netflix's executives excited about. This is what jack and i find fascinating. Let's say you watch bridgford and you're probably been season one. Let's be honest. you did it in one day. You didn't spread that out. No one has the patient. What if you then go and buy merchandise for bridgeton that gives that sh- movie staying power for years to come soon. Athletes makes a couple bucks and earns a walking billboard out of you for perpetuity. promoting shows on netflix. Used to cost netflix's money through like ads. Now promoting shows makes netflix. Because you become they're walking billboard so jack what's the takeaway for buddies over net flex visits netflix's first step towards a disney vacation of their business. Model okay jack. See reed hastings. He's resisted the urge for so long to do something physical sensitivity david and now. We're getting the bridgeton bathroom. But it's more about just sales up tabatha bathroom. We think this is the first step in the disney vacation of netflix shows and character disney's core product is maki. Magliana makes money. I threw movies but also threw three in parks and experiences and products jack. Here's the cycle. You got people. They fall in love with disney characters. That's the first step. And that motivates them to attend disneyworld by a lunch box and play the video netflix's though finally moving beyond stranger things streaming to stranger things here netflix's has also recently hinted. That video games are coming for netflix. I mean after that jack. Maybe they buy a ghost town. Throwing some goggles scare the crap out of people a physical stranger themes theme park in the middle of nevada. Can you imagine an immersive theme park. Experience were demi. Gorgan comes out of the wall. We're talking a netflix world. That could be the next app. Nicole is about to try to impersonate the demagogue and sound. But it's like impossible to make that would break our editors knackers netflix's. I p just makes money right now through subscriptions but not anymore they are disney fine their business by the way jack the crown. Yeah like the crown from the crown. I now great. Chinese should sell that. Oh as in an fda second second-story didi uber of china just filed to go public in. One of the biggest. Ipo's in history de hopes to raise ten billion dollars out by getting a one hundred billion dollar stock valuation. I mean jack. This means we gotta jump in snack style. Can we.

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Harper Hit in Face, Leaves Game as Phils Beat Cardinals 5-3

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Harper Hit in Face, Leaves Game as Phils Beat Cardinals 5-3

"Angela catches run scoring single in the sixth inning snapped a three three tie propels the Phillies to a five to three win over the cardinals at Busch Stadium the questions go ahead hit comes after singles relief pitcher Hannah says Cabrera hits Bryce Harper and Didi Gregorius with pitches Harper was struck in the face and left the game the what if you also get a two run home run for bread Millard RBIs by internet and Gregorius Tyler o'neill and Paul Goldschmidt go deep for the Redbirds the winning pitcher in relief as Brandon Kintzler the loss goes to Cabrera both teams now have records of twelve and twelve I'm Mike Reeves

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Black Rob, Rapper and Former Bad Boy Artist, Dies at 52

WBZ Morning News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Black Rob, Rapper and Former Bad Boy Artist, Dies at 52

"Died at the age of 51 or something, man. The star of Didi's bad Boy Records was best known for his 2000 hit. Whoa! The performer who was born as Robert Ross had battled health problems, including several strokes and kidney failure. He died in an Atlanta hospital. A few days before his death. DJ Self shared a video of black rob paying tribute to the late DMX from his hospital bed. Wendy Gillette. CBS NEWS A three d Gun printing workshop is

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China's Didi Chuxing Raising $1.5 Billion in Debt as It Nears Blockbuster IPO

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

China's Didi Chuxing Raising $1.5 Billion in Debt as It Nears Blockbuster IPO

"We're hearing Chinese ride hailing company Didi to Shing has filed confidentially with the U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission for an initial public offering. Think the Chinese version of America's biggest ride hailing company. Crystal Day covers Didi for Bloomberg News. They are the equivalent of uber in China, basically, and they are expanding very quickly. They're trying to get into space is like for delivery grocery deliveries, so they need the money. They need the capital. And they are trying to twist in the U. S. And Tennessee. Didi is also said to be exploring a potential dual listing in Hong Kong at a later

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Los Angeles City, County Debut Response Teams For Mental Health Incidents

Morning Edition

01:06 min | 1 year ago

Los Angeles City, County Debut Response Teams For Mental Health Incidents

"Program under which mental health workers respond to certain types of 911 calls. These air calls involving people dealing with emotional crises where they don't pose and be a risk to themselves or anyone else. The LAPD is contracting with a nonprofit called Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services, a major mental health provider in L. A county and the operator of the oldest suicide prevention line in the United States. Dr Jonathan Goldfinger is the group's CEO, he says. When someone calls 911 in L A, and explains that they're in crisis. The operator can then redirect the person right away, and then our counselor takes it over and we do what we do best. Developing the report quickly de escalating to help the caller access whatever services are needed to get well. And if they need a higher level of care, coordinating a rescue back at times to the LAPD or other community resource is the pilot program is running eight hours a day right now during peak 911 call periods, but it's expected to expand to 24 7. You're listening to KCRW.

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"didi" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"didi" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Karl. Let's get it started with the top 25 College basketball scoreboard Second half and it's Penn State leading number. 14, Wisconsin 58 51 halftime. Number three Villanova leaves Seen Hall 37 27 1st half action Auburn and number two Baylor or tied at 14 in Florida State. Georgia Tech also knotted up in 20 earlier today. Number 24 Oklahoma Beat number nine Alabama 66 61. It was Florida upsetting number 11, West Virginia 85 80. Number 10, Texas Tech knocked off ls you 76 71 12th ranked Missouri held up TCU in overtime. What 02 to 98, not a baseball where the Cardinals are finalizing a trade to acquire third baseman Nolan Arun Auto from the Rockies. According to reports, the Rockies agreed to send about $50 million to cover part of the six years in $199 million left on our own Otto's contract. The deal of the out of the league and Players Association of approved have to approve the trade, which would also require ah Renato to waive his no trade clause. And if for money, the Phillies reportedly came to terms with free agents shortstop Didi Gregorius on a new two year deal with 28 million. The Indians reportedly signed free agent outfielder Eddie Rosario to a one year contract worth eight million and Mets fans. They were having a good time, mixing it up with new owner Steve Cohen on Twitter, but Cohen deactivated his Twitter account last night. Amid the recent game stops stock saga. Cohen released a statement today saying his family was receiving personal threats stemming from his company's reported involvement in the conflict between independent investors and hedge funds. The NFL network reports. The Texans appear to be leading toward moving on from JJ Watt this offseason what under contract through next season but has no guarantees left on the six year $100 million extension he signed back in 2014. The lines are expected to trade quarterback Matthew Stafford before the Super Bowl, with trade talks involving the Rams being described as hot and heavy, and there are a dozen games on the NHL schedule today, starting with the matinee in Buffalo. That game already in the books as the sabers ice, The Devil's in a shoot out for three, handing New Jersey.

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Coronavirus: Diddy hands out cash and gift cards in Miami to help residents

Tim Conway Jr.

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Coronavirus: Diddy hands out cash and gift cards in Miami to help residents

"Benjamin's birthday. Oh, man, what y'all wanna did, he has helped hundreds of families in Florida pay their rent. He also visited Miami this week to hand out gift cards and cash to people in need. Didi's Sean Combs Foundation held a dance a thon in April that raised more than $3.4 million for people affected by the pandemic. But

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Vansilli talks about CS and trying out Diabolical

The Center Ring esports podcast

06:10 min | 2 years ago

Vansilli talks about CS and trying out Diabolical

"Our next guest on the centering East sports podcasts has been involved with the scene for a very long time before it was even called E. Sports, believe it or not please welcome to the show van. Silly guys. Thank you so much for having me. It's going great in some kicked in for the past two days. So I'm like a little bit groggy here and there, but still super excited to be part of the show. Thank you so much for having me. You've been. Go ahead tell us about I mean he you've been pretty busy. It's okay to be a little. For sure for I. Think I think as we're GONNA talk about him I'm I'm assuming very soon is. Valerie Valerie has been keeping myself busy, not only just trying to follow the scene, but just trying to rank up as well because I I feel like to this day even though I've been in the scene for such a long time for sports, you still have to prove yourself to the community so I don't want people to go like, oh should caster kick w what a bad castor you know so I I need to bring myself up to the diamond platform at least and then hopefully immortal at some point. It's cool that you mentioned that I wanNA actually touch on that for a second say. been casting for a long time right? Not since what two thousand and three? Thousand two, thousand and three. It was my first ever event I started really dippy my toes into it in two thousand and two with quake three urban terror. So we're we're going way back at that point you know. So we tim and I both played quake three. Urban terrorists. Okay. Okay. What what is urban terror I in another interview you? Yes. So it could actually it was the the MoD for quake three actually helped me transition over to counteracting duty one when those came out because urban terror was kind of like. A similar version of action quake with you guys played quake. quake. But if not, you could compare counterstrike with with some bunny hopping, including stamina and sliding. So it was a lot of. You had to buy weapons. So they were they were actually Actually, had to choose weapons instead of buying. So you're allowed to choose for example, let's say you go end for each one of them had little perks, and if you chose certain perks than it would nullify getting certain type of equipment, she could banish your teammates by budget holding caps lock, and then the the they're able to go off way but the damage internal organs shot in the leg or no body or head has that type of damage. So it has that type of hit. Boxes. So you really have to be good and in terms of aiming for the head to to make sure that you kill Vassar but the the same style is still very counterstrike he where it's like a five five or six six but you bunny hop across the map and plant bombs on onto different sites, and of course, the opponents have to defuse or you have just a regular team survivor. So it's just like within a timer, you have to kill everybody at a certain point. Survivor played coming from that arena shooter world. ANY INTERESTING DIABOLICAL I've been playing diabolical with like the first Beta came out I love it I'm I'm really not good at it. Actually I'm good with the I'm with the the what they call the rocket launcher I forgot what the they have different course but the one that's like the rail gun holy crap. I'm not good with a really be more like when I play to increase I was all about rails but now I just can't hit anything I. Think I got that boom that funny hit me but. The boomer foul yeah one hundred percent I still I still love watching fatality play I still love watching lex play and de can play as well and of course, they're screaming a lot and you see a couple of local tournaments or smaller tournaments with like a Dang and all them playing him to just to be able to see like PS PSB arena ps instead of being quick champions what they tried to do I'm just happy to see a different style or that style comeback with diabolical to what quarter cle the routes used to be for for quick. Do you think the arena shooter will ever come back in a big way. With diabolical I think it will to be honest like because when when you when you used to launch a for example painkiller or quake three, CPA, it was all about how fast people are moving around the map in how good they were in terms of aiming but also predicting where your opponents going to be because you have to control the rail, you had to control the Rock and you have to control the items. There's so much mental timing that goes into playing a repeat that people don't really understand the the whole concept around good you have to be to be top. Notch in arena ps but as a simple spectator, it's so much easier to follow. Because now you know it's a one vs one. You know who you're following your when you're looking at the screen and you know basically the concept of He needs to pick up weapons he needs to the other guy you look at the HP, you look Winter GonNa, pick up armor, and then you know that there's going to be like the whole time or kind of thing what I like about diabolical in the dual into dual range in what the ad is the i? Think it's called Golden Kill or The last kill. Agar's should have something. You have to basically within a ten minute timer. If you're actually destroying the guy that tarmac goes down a little bit faster, and then once it gets to that timer, the wouldn't lead still has to do one more kill to secure the win. So there's still a chance for the second person to to make a comeback into the game and hopefully win a sudden death overtime or something, which is great because back then again, when looking quake three and you're looking at. Painkiller it's like if the guys by five enters two minutes, left users hiding for the rest of the map and he's just GonNa win by time. Even with quake champions just with this last quake con championship like the forget the guys who were in the finals like the guy was up by eight kills and it was like. Yeah. Exactly. It's super boring. So I think that adds a nice concept and a good little changed uranium ps where I think I think I could actually get pretty big I. Mean you have some big names that are still support and behind it like I said like Didi keys in there and and I'm a digi wheat lows playing it similar it from time to time and he has like it i. mean it's it's produced by good studios and two good has been very, very, very much involved with with sports in his in his days. and His career as well. So I think I think they have the right people to try to push into the next level.

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