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Fake 5G-coronavirus conspiracy theory leads to real abuse and damage

The 3:59

05:52 min | Last month

Fake 5G-coronavirus conspiracy theory leads to real abuse and damage

"It's easy enough to laugh off fake conspiracy theories that seemingly five g. with the spread of the coronavirus. But there are some serious real world consequences I'm Roger Chang, and this is your daily charge. With me is Katie Collins or senior European correspondent. Thanks for joining me Katie thank you for having me. I'm very excited to be here a while we're excited to have you. So. You've got a great story that really puts a human face on the end result of these conspiracy theories. But before we get into it, let's recap things for our listeners. What exactly is being said about five G. Well, a variety things really. I mean it's all started off from the fact that that being conspiracy theories around network technology for as long as it's existed almost, and but at the beginning of this year, we saw a new spate conspiracy theories appearing online that basically said that five G. was causing or it was at linked to the spread of corona virus. So either some people have been saying that it's directly responsible for transmitting the virus, which is scientifically impossible. An other people have been suggesting that fifty. The radiation through five eleventh, your immune system makes you more likely to catch grin virus and basic these things. CATEGORICALLY NOT TRUE Yeah and I've actually I've watched a couple of videos they've been shared to me by a couple of acquaintances on facebook asking if if these are legit and. After watching them like I can see why can easily be fooled because they sound legitimate they've got. Cut a British sounding voice. Speaking with a bit of authority usually someone who says I used to work for Vodafone rates to work for ee at let me tell you these copies noted stage and like if you if you don't know enough about five G. Technology, you'll you'll miss out little inaccuracies that are thrown out there and so I can see why why the folks are buying into this but. To your point. Conspiracy theories around networking and seller technology been around for a long time. Two G. Three. G.. There's constantly a debate over whether or not the radiation from these. Technology is actually harmful and and that's still kind of. Up in the air right within really. Conclusively proved lower the other but. This is the first time that people are acting out on these conspiracy theories this thinking. So why is that why? Why are people taking action now? Yeah it's really interesting because as he say in this is kind of we started to I'm friends and family sharing these conspiracy set before us to be kind of. Just be popular among the kind of each group on the Internet. And I think that the reason that this is really become if not mainstream than. More broadly popular is the fact that. I spoke to professor at the University of Oxford he's been researching. The spread of conspiracy theories throughout the coronavirus outbreak and he said that you know it's really created the FIA at that people feeding generally. everything's unstable right. Now, the fact that people have come that trust in people in charges is really in doubt move at the hospital before is created this kind of perfect conditions full. Theories to really spread because you just that. That doubt really that we have in everything and is is making perhaps more open to to also of new ideas that we hadn't considered before for sure I mean we've seen this in politics obviously the the pizza gate conspiracy theory ended up resulting in someone actually taking action in shooting up a pizza parlor in DC so. Clearly, people are acting more more of these. You've spoken to some of the folks who have endured the harassment to these telecom workers. Tell me that. Yes. So We've seen across the we've seen a variety of and. In which people being acting out from people, attacking masts to people approaching telecom work in the streets, and they've just been going about their daily jobs. Most of the time trying to fix people's broadbands. Chance, to resolve. Problems with telephone lines, the kind of usual day today stuff, and they have people perching them and being mainly verbally abusive to them some some of them have been. Victims of more serious assaults as well, but the people I've spoken to largely. Fussy they went and they didn't have anything to do with five G. Anyway a misconception and you know they had members of the public approaching them and swearing it them Telling them that kids Wigan to get sick because they heads. Because they were working on five G.. Being quite threatening in a threatening to. Interfere with the equipment they were installing. Ole Maintaining In some cases to kind of get make a quick getaway, an other cases they were. Mania cable I think the one common theme that I that I discovered when I spoke to these people who is the fact that they all really in a in the past just felt totally safe doing their jobs that quite to talking to members of the public and very happy to do. So that's just kind of being out in about consternation meeting New People. That's just. That work and now they feel this real trepidation an they feel very wary about meeting people what might happen to them when they're just out during the jobs.

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Eva Schloss on Holocaust forgiveness

Jonny Gould's Jewish State

06:44 min | Last month

Eva Schloss on Holocaust forgiveness

"This S Charlie Goals Jewish. States those who listen for those who are willing to listen. Now. Thank you very much. tweed action. and. I've. Lived a long time and have experienced a lot of wonderful things but Israel. I'm believable Bihar. And of course, it leaves it says sign on my way overlooking. World. Let's just bring it back to today in this country. I think it's fair to say that British Jews experienced a visceral form of antisemitism that they have never done before with the election of Jeremy Corbyn, the leader ship of the Labor Party and the genuine threat that should he have won the election in December twenty nine hundred thank goodness didn't that Future, existence in the united. Kingdom. was under threats. Can I ask you in this for years of quite quite considerable pain for the Jewish community here? Could you feel parallels with what she experienced in Vienna announced the damage as a child not at all not at all and no people's starting to be afraid he upset about it. But as always say Sicily announcing and you know unfortunately antisemitism has always been and always be I don't know why but it is affects. Who is essential his and? It does it's just. It's language. So it's subsequent assist inborn in the people, but it is thus Mention it just same. Like what this I'm doesn't. Nazi. Time. So I must say, it doesn't really bother me and mustard personally offend million may. Not experienced any antisemitism in again thank you for making that clear. Now, you lived in the same apartment block in Amsterdam and frank, and you were only a month apart in Asian. Playmates together in early teenage, and then in nineteen forty two, you both went into hiding to avoid the Nazi effort to capture Jews in Amsterdam. Now, you'll family was captured by the Nazis after being betrayed by double agent in the Dutch underground and transported to Auschwitz. You father and brother didn't survive the ordeal, but you and your mother were barely alive while you afraid by Soviet troops in nineteen, forty five. How Did it feel. To have left your home city of the Anna. To try and create new life understood them. And for that to happen to you, even as you fled from way you used to. Well as it was. At tangible tangible time. Have a very happy little girl in Australia had old plaza who was Like older process should be very protective for me. I have a sort of a viable child. It was much more at a bookworm and he had to be all his stories which he was dating Again. Pants. Kaslow's advice Elliott wonderful family life, and then to go to Belgium. Glad we got out of Australia Benny. Many of our family members didn't because it was spent thirty eight. It was very difficult to get past the German Jews had already gone to England and land, and France and everywhere, and most of those companies did the daily want any more Jews? So only if you're somebody special. got visas any more. But advising referenced in Jim and then Mefatha actually lift in Holland and remain Belgium, and of course, the war stock that my father had asked to get as well to Holland because in a war board as will be closed and view may not be able to see. So in in forties ewing's a wall that in February nineteen forty because visas to for three months to visit by Fassa in in Holland. So relief like you say on the same Dressy not an apartment block, it was a hold area of. More than it'll buildings and there was eleven years old. But of course, you know ahead on trust French said ahead to Dutch Andam. difficult to accept that Baz also children and even by the teaches and. So lost all my confidence. became shy Biz stone but friendly and eventually settled down. But of course, the Nazis invaded. And, of course, a measures Jewish people started to come. And for two years VI IN FIA to be arrested. And in nineteen forty two, then southbound young people go to call up notice have to come to a place respect pex given exactly start Schefter Blake to deported to Germany to work in German factories. But Zach to him benighted forty-two most of German Jews had been deported to get us or two camps. So why on Earth should your one more young Jewish be to Cup to Germany? So Zet sit time when Anna's Fazah auto frank and my father and many other Jewish feminists is cited civil send Sam young people, but we would go into hiding. While I was just sit at ten years old. And my father called us together. And he said, hence, you not going to set you we going to hiding. But we couldn't find a family who was to take it for people. So we have split up. I go visit my Mazda enhance feel bismuth files. And that started to cry. And did not want to be separated the game.

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How constant surveillance puts protesters at risk

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

08:23 min | Last month

How constant surveillance puts protesters at risk

"As black lives matter protests continue around the country police are using facial recognition and all kinds of other technology to arrest protesters and organizers, and while in some cases, the people arrested did commit crimes. After the fact, arrests can have a chilling effect on free speech and lead to cases of mistaken identity. They also show us just how much surveillance is part of our lives. Simone Brown is a professor at Ut Austin. She's also author of the book dark matters on the surveillance of blackness. She told me about how police identified and arrested a protester and Philadelphia there was a tattoo on her arm and she was wearing a t shirt. That was you know quite. Said Keep, the immigrants deport the racist and so the police used the images of her. They went to find out you know where did she get this shirt made and they found her comment that she made on Oetzi they looked at her instagram they looked at her linked in profiles and they were able to match her this image to identify her and she was eventually charged. So all this is to say that there's still just kind of trails of data actually that we leave about ourselves that is being used to form a case to what extent to your knowledge is some of this technology being used to find arrest protesters and even protest organizers. Chilling effect that organizers but also the ACLU became quite aware and worked to challenge was around twenty, fifteen, twenty sixteen or so this company Gio Fia, which is really a company that's kind of social media analysis company that was working on hand in hand with various policing agencies to monitor key words, black lives, matter protests, Jihad all of these things were then tagged and flag to. then. In some cases visit, you'd have a policing agency, visit a potential protester, and of course, if you go onto Gio phidias website now there's like nothing really just contact information, but we know if something is out there if gop has gone, another company will pop up and you know fill in that gap when you layer on all of this technology that you described, it sounds like. It could be relatively accurate and I could see police departments falling into the idea that you know that although there have been concerns facial recognition is now is accurate once you add. In social media like this should work. Great. What is the push back to that and so the idea of something you know working great. If just one person is wrongly. Identified, say, for example with facial recognition technology, then it's not working at all these technologies rely on this idea that they are perfect correct but they really they really aren't and so people are asking for a pause because these technologies are not outside of this system in which we live in where you know black people are criminalized right how do you feel like this? The longterm implications of this surveillance might play out will people be less willing to take the risk of exercising their right to protest? I don't think so I think in terms that people you know we're in the middle of a pandemic and yet people are still you know risking a lot to go out and protest and demand something better I think one case and I'll give you an example that I think is important is in terms of DNA collection, and so a lot of people want to their armchair genealogists are also want to find family or some type of connection and they use a company like say twenty three and me or ancestry dot com or jet match, and that same company Jed match was then recently purchased i. Think just last year by a company that has close ties to you know a policing agency and this company is not just about finding long lost relatives, but they save their primarily for forensic analysis. So the question of whether it's sea or whether it's ancestry dot com it's like we have to really think about what happens to that data. Well, it's interesting. It's it feels like it's a thing that that privacy researchers have warned about for a long time that there is essentially a big web of surveillance and were leaving tracks all the time and that it isn't always obvious what the harm might be. Until something like this happens exactly. But you know they're also tech one of the places that I looked to see you know what's what's the future perhaps for the future that's already here is looking at airport security and there have been a lot of push in terms of AI enabled technologies to. Assess risk to assess threat and one of the things that you know a few companies are starting to develop now is emotion recognition, and so that might be that a traveler present themselves at an airport speak to an Avatar one company. Avatar actually stands for Automated Virtual Agent for truth assessments and this Avatar will then ask them a series of questions and then measurements are then taken. By the changes in their voice by. Heat or sweats or any type of what what might be termed a micro expression. Of guilt like your heart rate, increasing those types of things, and then assign a certain threat category to see if that person might be a threat to airport security, and so I don't necessarily know if these types of technologies are being used to monitor protests, activists and other moments of rebellion, but it is something to look out for. That pause was yeah that's. Terrifying. IS THEIR EAR recognition? Is that a thing? Yes. And so there's there's recognition of everything and it's almost like throwing something to the wall and seeing. What hits but the air's been it's a relatively stable part of the body. And that has been known since Al Proteon, which is said to be the father of forensic. Sciences. was using that in the eighteen hundreds as a stable way of recognizing or. Identifying the human body to catalog them, and so there are researchers that are working on every part in piece of the body that you could think imaginable as a way to try and. Shore. Up, this idea. which is just an idea that the human body is stable that the human can be categorized and identified, and we know that's Bodies don't work that way but you know the science does. Your book is called dark matters on the surveillance of blackness. We've been talking about this in the context context of protest. Why is this surveillance of particular concern to Black Americans? It's a particular concern because it's has been the state you know I say surveillance is the facts of anti blackness not only in the US but globally, and so it's been a concern here in the US for centuries we thinking about slave patrols, plantation control, all of these technologies that were. Put in place. To deem black people as. Outside of the right to have rights, but it's also why I think it's important to study the history of surveillance within transatlantic slavery within Plantation Slavery because it also offers US moments of resistance and moments of rebellion and escape to something different something that looks like freedom. Simone. Brown is a professor at Ut Austin and author of the Book Dark Matters.

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Joe Who?

She Podcasts

05:44 min | 5 months ago

Joe Who?

"We have a lot to talk about today. None of which involves Joe Rogan. So that's why here that's why you're here. You go ahead and hang up because we're not talking about that today whatsoever. Not were not Besides that you can hear conversations about that literally anywhere else but no one's about and all by every single man however that has mouth has spoken about that other guy so or written articles about it. I challenge you all those people that are listening right now to send us some thought leadership on this situation written or spoken about by a woman other than Cara Swisher because she did talk about it on her. Show mind you. That's a Co hosted. Show but anyway go ahead but don't send it to us because we don't care we don't care but no one talking about this news worthy item which is to show better. Hori is a much better story. This this is a news. Worthy item is about the show. Call Her Daddy. Don't want anybody in the chat right now. Everybody has anybody listen to the show. Call her daddy or are you familiar with their current drama in the chat on not in the actual show? 'cause I've been down a rabbit hole rabbit holes with this show. It's a show by a twenty six and twenty seven year old women so Fia and twenty eight. I believe just their names are Sophia. Alex even co hosting the show for while they with The network Barstool sports and as little as a few weeks ago they were best friends. I don't know if they were roommates or not. I thought they were. That's why I'm like going. I wonder who's living like so anyway. Keep going they were roommates. They were friends they were there. Show is about sexual health and basically talking about who they're having sex with dating nowadays and how it all works and whatever and connects. Do how what it's like. It's kind of like love. Line you guys but without Dr drew like there is no Dr drew. It's just the other guy. What's the other guy? Adam Adam Curle but now Adam Corolla has morphed into eight twenty six and twenty seven year old girl women and they are both like Adam Corolla talking about dating and sex and random things for an hour or so because sometimes our shows are really long. So that's the vibe of what it is it's and it's sort of like I think it's kind of like our show to some degree though jess accept that were old and we don't get as Risque about talking about sex specifically well because married. People don't do that in public. That's why but that is correct Because yeah yeah so at least these two Mary. People don't do it and probably some do but we don't so they were about to sign a renew their contract with Barstool sports which was their network and then somehow everything went to Shit and there are a couple articles that will post in the show notes so that you can read the entire saga but basically they went to sign when they went to renegotiate Sophia found out that Alex was making more money than her significantly. More like fifty thousand dollars more and that is because she added the show and does the social media marketing so quietly she she either negotiated or renegotiated a different salary. Now keep in mind. One of the makes Sophia salary was like four hundred sixty six thousand a year. Alex's was like five Oh five or something like that like it. Wasn't that much difference. But it was different. Believe they've found that out in the meeting and then a little cloudy about so so then. Sophia left that meeting and got another meeting with wonder with the help of a friend that they're calling superman no not a friend a boy. Her boyfriend which I think is problem here. Boyfriend of the other girl is now knowing by yeah. He's now Yoko by setting up a meeting with wondering with with like he probably what happened is we had to guess. He buzzed and Sophie as ear. But how this should be making more money and that he could get them more money and maybe even get a commission if I guess and so he got the meeting with wondering which Alex didn't want only Sophia wanted that and then to make a very long story short not that we have to but just to sum up so guys know what we're talking about because they took that other meeting Barstool. Sports started talking about how they're greedy and hungry and ungrateful and then Sophia and Alex talk amongst themselves and realize that they were just valuing their show and what they wanted out of it differently so then Al and signed with Barstool sports without Sophia. She now has her own show called. Call Her Daddy. And Sophia does not exist in the podcasting space as of now. I guess unless she's going to do our own show wondering about summit up kind of but there was a little I mean the latest episode for. Call her daddy as of right now you guys. I don't know what number it is. You can actually hear directly from the founder of Barstool. Sports like he breaks it down all of the stuff that she just said from his point of view. So there are. It's not exactly how you mentioned it but I do appreciate you like following. It is just like some some nuances then. Also Sophia has a excuse me. Alex has a thirty plus minute video on her youtube channel where she also breaks it down step by step of how everything went down why. She made the decision that she made and she's completely transparent.

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Jane Goodall: We Can Learn From This Pandemic

60-Second Science

02:32 min | 6 months ago

Jane Goodall: We Can Learn From This Pandemic

"Corona virus. The hopeful pingers communities individual together a healthy. How the that is Jane Goodall during a teleconference last week? Wednesday April twenty. Second is the fiftieth Earth Day and on Wednesday goodall. We'll take part in day-long programming on the National Geographic Channel. During the teleconference last week she was asked what gives her hope during this pandemic incredible carnage but the people on the front line. The doctors the nurses with King sometimes losing their lives. And of course we shall get through this and the big hope is that this time we will pay attention to the cause of the pandemic which is all this of nature and the animals on the destruction of the environment forcing animals in the close contact with each other and some of them with humans trafficking the Hunting. The killing the wet mall kids. The intensive forms domestic animals and all of that is creating conditions for a virus to jump. Someone's be another. Good Ole was also asked how she hoped the world might change because of the pandemic hope it will change and how it changes of two different things in this particular case. I think company millions of people especially those living in cities have experience for the first time. What it's like to breathe fresh air and sea the stars at night and even see wild animals at close quarters and I think those people will think other people to have seen this as a wake-up call that we've disrespected NATO. We got to start changing the way that we act. And we've got to rethink the way we never. We've got to get away from this consumerism. Imperialism that PUTS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AHEAD OF Environmental Protection which is damaging the future generations of humans and animals Fia whether this will make a fee change fear is that we have so many political leaders around the world right now and I feel that they will want to get back to business as usual as quick as possible and even double it to make up for lost time

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Acclaimed 'Beasts of No Nation' Author, Uzodinma Iweala, on Science, Power, and Race

Science Friction

09:45 min | 7 months ago

Acclaimed 'Beasts of No Nation' Author, Uzodinma Iweala, on Science, Power, and Race

"Living on the time of the Cova epidemic or corona virus. I just read something that made me laugh because someone said something like the Covet Nineteen virus which came out of China's an intelligent. It's not like he bowl which is rather dumb virus now. Obviously bullet comes out of the continent of Africa just like just think about that framework and that construct and what has been printed in a major magazine virus from Africa dumb virus virus from China. Smart virus you know. I say this about the corona virus like virus had emerged in the Netherlands. Just think about the way it would have been reported from the outset. Think about what would have happened. If it had merged in on the continent of Africa and the American President Donald Trump has been gratuitously coaling sods cove to the virus behind the current covet non epidemic the Chinese virus. Let's be clear your respective of what species and what place a virus might have been forced to take the dean pandemics. Have NO ETHNICITY. Science tells us that medical history tells us that but as we're about to explore xenophobic conclusions drawn from scientific observations can have an enormous impact on the course of history and on people's lives while is a novelist. He's a doctor a filmmaker and a whole lot more in his early twenty while still in college studying literature. He wrote the critically acclaimed novel baseds of Nine Nation which tells the extraordinary story of a child soldier. A little boy recruited given again and sent to wage a war in two thousand fifteen. That book was turned into a film. Don't like really look into my eyes since my nose picking is because I can't be explaining myself and leaving a damn not like be I am leg. Oldman try to talk to me about movies variances. I saw this an idea there would is. It would seem that some sort of this on Devon all this. I also having us I was really lucky to have the opportunity to write that novel diving. Into the stories of child. Soldiers around the world but mostly specifically in countries like Sierra Leone and Liberia which had just kind of come out of their own internal conflicts at the time and then of course going back and talking with relatives. My parents my grandparents aunts and uncles great aunts and uncles about their time during the Nigerian civil war from nineteen sixty six really sixty seven three thousand nine hundred seventy and trying to understand not just what it's like to experience that kind of turmoil from the perspective of a child but also what. It's like to have everything that you thought. You knew that you understood blown open tournament and and unfortunately that's an all too common and all to universal subject after painting beasts of no nation Dima went on to train as a doctor right more books including speak no evil and Al kind of people. He worked for a time as well in health policy in Africa and today he's of the Africa Center in New York City. A storm speak at last year's will conference of Science. Journalists Center. Really wanted you to have the opportunity to he him too. So he joins us from the radio art studios in the heart of New York. You had such an interesting childhood. Born in Washington to Nigerian parents mother a former finance minister of Nigeria. And growing up. I get the sense that you very much spent time on on both continents and I'm curious to know. Have that shaped your sense of self as a as a boy and a young adult. My parents took it upon themselves to make sure that we could always get back to Nigeria. That this was to be so much a part of who we were growing up and it really did actually provide us with a really interesting way of seeing the world. You're not from one place near not from another place. You're from both places. It's kind of a glorious thing to be able to grow up knowing that there are multiple perspectives on everything in the world. What someone sees for example in the village that my grandparents grew up in is necessarily going to be from what somebody sees in suburban Washington? Dc things might be a little bit more difficult in Nigeria. But at the same time everybody is still living. I think that's something that a lot of people who only grow up saying in industrialized if we WANNA use that term or you know United States type or western context don't have and therefore very afraid of the wider world beyond. We just grew up not being afraid because of exposure and I think that's so important. Oh that's such a potent comment about FIA holding back so much dialogue and possibility in the world. Why a medical degree trying to be a doctor? Why did you save that time in your life as a part of any decision? I think there are multiple reasons for why you do something and not all of them are the most. I will freely admit that I did medicine because my dad's a doctor and you can kind of see okay. This is what a doctor does. You see the stethoscope. You see the medicines. It's already very concrete. You know in the little kids mind and as as the kid of African immigrants. There's this thing where you do. The practical like you become a doctor. You become a lawyer and then you think that the way that you have impact is through those practical professions. I think of course. There's this idea that doctors save people and that you can have a profound impact on on a person's life and so you know with all of that. It seemed like a natural choice. I think it became clear to me that one of the things that was missing was for me in full form. Was that creative output that flow and that ability to render the world as I saw an as sort of my talent allowed me to and I think one person can have an impact in multiple ways. Interestingly in many ways you work and your books have connected with how history in politics and in Dade Science and medicine in Western societies read and interpret and Judge View African bodies. If we think of the base of nomination also your your book. Our kind of people sharing stories from people living with HIV is in in Nigeria. That lenses interested you. It strikes me in house and I. I think you can't grow up in a black body and you can't occupy the space as an African person. Occupies space in this world is offering person or as a black person without thinking about the gains that is upon you because in in many ways that gains does and has adversely affected the lives that we all live both again in a very individual way and also on the macro level and so understanding. How black bodies move through space are interpreted? I think is something that's really important to me. And I say that not just from the Games of the other but also from the the way that we look at ourselves and this is where you presented last year at the World Conference of Science Journalists in Europe and gave extraordinary address on racism at the heart of modern science and medicine. What did you want that audience of journalists and scientists and? I was one of them in that room to think about to interrogate. I think oftentimes we just assume that the structures we operate within our for one solid and somehow especially when it comes to signs that they're they're vetted and true and one of the things that became increasingly clear to me. As I wrote the book I wrote on HIV AIDS was just how much quote unquote scientific. Ideas were grounded in people's biases and prejudices about black bodies and how that impacted the quote unquote science or signs. At least that initially was dedicated to trying to stop the epidemic and in some cases may have done more harm than good. Initially I think back to a lot of the articles that when I was writing my book I read about HIV AIDS academic articles about sort of the linking of the spread of HIV AIDS and promiscuity. And the idea that Africans were having sex like monkeys where promiscuous like monkeys like which came up in published scientific papers and then is it makes its way into the journalistic mainstream this idea of like African promiscuity as it relates to the spread of this disease you know things about like Africanness and and being unable to quote unquote keep the time why early. Hiv treatments which required like large. Regimens of pills like wouldn't work for people. And that was you know story that made it into major publications impacted policy that impacted the way the epidemic was dealt with you know these are things that are important and people need to be responsible for the way these stories are told and need to think about the frameworks in which the stories are

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Stock market news live: Markets tumble despite strong jobs report as coronavirus concerns persist

Bloomberg Surveillance

05:27 min | 8 months ago

Stock market news live: Markets tumble despite strong jobs report as coronavirus concerns persist

"So we've got a really begin with a virus let's go virus medicine and then virus global slowdown on the medical front what did you learn the last twenty four hours besides just a New York collegian Spencer closed today I actually I saw that I thought that was a pretty pretty interesting I look I think the question is how quickly clay priest has kids how quickly can they develop some sort of remedy there were no remedies developed for sars it's really becoming an issue and I was looking in the lack of clarity around what the timely abi is concerning all said and what's important for folks to sars didn't have a remedy because it got fixed fast and I don't see any medical expert telling me that's going to happen with this one I actually want to CDC yesterday and read the fourteen paragraphs of massive biology five syllable words and what the test kit actually is I was surprised how complex it is not it's not like you know say aw yes we know what you're expecting pleasant like the three Stooges are depressing John you've been really clear about the fact we're not doctors were not giving medical advice we're not necessarily break down exactly what we don't we don't know about the virus is we don't have medical degrees but we do know that there's been a massive and I need massive re pricing in the global strode up slow down and where the real rate of return really is going forward with this to impact him on that this is the fear of things that are stopping people from going out and doing stuff eight in doubt going down to public spaces and the fear of the market the fear of containment you see what happened in China the fear of the market is that you might start to see things like that happen in the United States schools being closed city shutting down some degree too and then you start to model a really big slow down in America I have no idea what the scope severity of this thing's going to bait but the moment you got a bond market this really really starting to price lower price level crossing all the research the three of us have read in the last twenty four hours is the bond market yield ahead of the fed is it catching up with the fetters of pretty much where our perspective is of where the fed's going to taste a forty seven the supermarket is ahead of the fed hi I'm looking for what I am already sick from the federation of them used to the zero bound and what's the vin one after the zero about how we going to negative rates that's the big question right now if you look at fed funds futures you're looking at an implied overnight rate of zero point two percent on the end of January so you really feel today are we rename it the pharaoh negative show and we might do the ferrite negative show at least for this weekend he white this move has been such a quick subs so quick if you look at my thirties on at one thirty five have a good shot with two year yields work just a couple of weeks ago yeah we with that okay then what happens in crisis folks as we quote yield in the street because he'll then all of a sudden you're worried about getting your money back you call price on an individual bond same thing in the spread market you quote spreads into you don't and then all of a sudden you quote individual paper you guys are still quoting spreads in the corporate world are you looking exactly to that point you're not necessarily seeing the kind of acute stress that people are worried about that said we haven't really seen the full impact bleed through to the United States yet what has the impact actually been on the ground so far supply chain disruption the true fear is just starting to grip now with closures in places like two percent GDP right clearly clearly okay coming into coming into this we look at one eighty that was consensus is I'm not going to cry with her sickness you know that we don't but maybe they're in the real statistics like the jobs report today but I'm looking at the screen and I can say I've never seen before looks right the screen if I'm on the bond market is talk about stocks just for a moment does it feel like stocks are up on the week what we tell you stocks are up on the week and it's been remarkable to see stock market is up three four percent and left by utilities make sense of that if it of course that for you to come from the county's ready ready importer who looked after Hawley can good friend since nineteen seventy two only four occasions in which low ball the index outperformed on a day to pay was up at least four percent four times March two thousand October alight twice this week I think that you're having with the sort of Kerr the confluence of fear and greed on one hand you have this fear of the unknown unknowns and it still is the unknown unknowns because we don't really have a historical precedent to this level of globalization and this particular virus on the other as the federal streets closer to zero the relative valuation case for some of these riskier assets gets better even on its pure income level in the dividend yield on the S. and P. five hundred is the highest in years relative to ten year treasury so this is something that's really pushing people into risk but the question is what are we even model for here we say pushes interest utilities that's why we got pushed into it we would do the job this is the job of the real estate jobs report two seconds and I've always been against this idea to fully employed America because the mail that we get in the Twitter is that we get from people says baloney it's not a fully employed America we're getting away from that fast and I guess everybody's looking jobless claims is the metric of a shift in the labor market yeah for good reason tell you if you start to see small to medium size enterprises come under a little bit of pressure some stress perhaps that's not laying people off maybe they can't keep hold of them the one thing that might hold them back if they truly believe this is temporary and if we really on a tight labor market they won't want to risk losing people because they'll be harder to get in the second half of this year I think that is the one thing that could real support companies not laying people off the FIA have not been at the heart

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Palestinians say Nativity church closed amid virus fears

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 8 months ago

Palestinians say Nativity church closed amid virus fears

"A historic church in the Middle East is closing Thursday amid coronavirus fias Palestinian authorities say the story to the teacher in the biblical city of Bethlehem built atop the spot where Christians believe Jesus was born will close indefinitely over a virus infection concerns the judge was expected to draw tens of thousands of visitors and worshippers next month the upcoming Easter holiday well across the Muslim world the corona virus outbreak has disrupted Islamic worship with Saudi Arabia banning its citizens and other residents of the kingdom from performing the pilgrimage in Mecca and wrong canceling Friday prayers in major cities I'm Charles the live that's my

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France's Louvre stays shut amid staff fears of virus spread

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 8 months ago

France's Louvre stays shut amid staff fears of virus spread

"The the Louvre corona museum virus in Paris first detected was closed in China again as has management infected more was than eighty meeting nine with staff thousand worried people globally about the spread and of cost the virus over three thousand most of the deaths lose nine point six million virus visitors cases last in South year Korea came from other have surged countries on and millions the museum of that children houses in Japan the Mona Lisa have stayed and home other treasures from school welcomes tens as officials of thousands struggle of to people contain every the epidemic day the in French more government than sixty has banned countries any indoor including gatherings the U. S. larger than five we have two thousand people people have died to prevent China the spread where of the virus the epidemic began and leave workers in December worried as about reported their own around safety two hundred blocked new the cases museum from with opening another Sunday forty two deaths leaving confused the city of tourists Wuhan standing accounted for hours for most hoping of to the get new in cases I'm Charles but also the so live that's my just like the two thousand five hundred patients cleared a virus fias and released from medical supervision I'm Charles the live as much

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New virus: More than 89,000 infected, over 3,000 dead

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

New virus: More than 89,000 infected, over 3,000 dead

"The corona virus first detected in China has infected more than eighty nine thousand people globally and cost over three thousand deaths virus cases in South Korea have surged on millions of children in Japan have stayed home from school as officials struggle to contain the epidemic in more than sixty countries including the U. S. we have two people have died China where the epidemic began in December as reported around two hundred new cases with another forty two deaths the city of Wuhan accounted for most of the new cases but also so just like the two thousand five hundred patients cleared a virus fias and released from medical supervision I'm Charles the live as much

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"fia" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:29 min | 8 months ago

"fia" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The FIA the software vendors have about his so called democratic socialism tonight Sanders and six of his democratic rivals will meet in debate for days before this state's primaries Jim Ryan ABC news Charleston South Carolina and no doubt the president will be watching it all maybe even tweeting about it all president trump is in India finishing up a trip there N. B. C. news radio national correspondent bill Zephyr has the latest on that trip a morning bill Hey good morning Norman in fact his mind is already back in this country even though he is still there he had a meeting with some business leaders earlier and is and making some comments and he's making some comments about the election Hey he says that he's confident he's going to win and he's predicting the markets will go up by thousands and thousands when he is reelected also had some comments on the Democrats calling them radical an out of control so are the president has his mind back here as he continues his trip to India today was more of the work day for the president after yesterday was a tourism day in the big rally of course at the at the cricket stadium today he did have a one on one meeting with Narendra multi both leaders offering glowing praise for the other afterwards Moti going so far as to say the U. S. India relationship is the most important relationship of the twenty first century president trump said the ties are stronger than ever he also confirmed that India will purchase more than three billion Ahlers OB advance U. S. military equipment in the form of a pantry and Romeo helicopters I and there were other member memorandums of understanding between the two countries having to do with the energy supplies also mental health and safety of medical products but more of a work day today for the president still to come we have a state banquet that'll take place later on everybody still wondering what will be on that menu for the presidency doing haven't I guess we probably don't know this but do we know what the president's eating while he's in and out the only indication we have is that during his touring yesterday they an award winning chef in India put together a little at let's say a a snack time for the president they called it a high T. he put together a little menu for that the president did not touch anything and I don't know have you ever had a broccoli so most so no I'm not recently now no I haven't either but apparently the president didn't touch it added to it is kind of like a broccoli and corn wrapped in dough and deep fried doesn't sound too bad now the president didn't go near it dies so that is the only indication we have but we also understand that where the president is staying in Delhi is a forty six hundred square foot suite in the hotel that's about twice the size of a a normal family home I A. and it features its own chef so I imagine that that Jeff has been busy preparing some of the president's favorites and we should say that would be the first president who now has his own food Alexis own food when's the chef along so you know we look back though when president Obama visited India twice and George W. bush visited you look at what they were served and it mostly was a lot of curries and seafood in fact Obama had something called Ghosh taba which I haven't had a chance to look up to find out exactly what it is yet but the fish curry and a chicken kebab as well so that lows are some of the things serve to earlier presidents and other menu for tonight's state dinner they say won't be released until the last minute I will be waiting N. B. C. news radio national correspondent bill was effort thank you very much five forty and check of traffic.

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Understanding the Different Types of Love

The Model Health Show

07:19 min | 9 months ago

Understanding the Different Types of Love

"Valentine's Day. It's that time where there's more love in the air and I know you might be like. I'm not a part of that system. I'm outta conformist. Reformist I'm not buying into this. Socially constructed holiday Tobar Chocolate for somebody that I love and flowers and stuff but the reality is this is a nice uptick in focus on our significant other. You know so we're just GONNA run with it today but instead of giving our partners there's some of those chalky candy hearts that can also sub as antacids. We're going to focus on delivering more love deeper connection and also for ourselves because we benefit from that too and so today we're providing a real powerful master class with ten tips ten specific specific strategies to create deeper love and more connection now to kick things off. I really think it's important to understand that. In our culture we have a very interesting perspective about love and we think about love. We tend to think about the romantic version of that love. We tend to think about the Jerry Maguire version in of love. That you complete me love or we think about the notebook love when he said all I want. Is You forever you and me Eh. Every day or love Jones. I don't know if you're familiar with love Jones. That kind of romantic love when he said. Let me tell you something this. He's here right now at this very moment is all that matters to me I love you. And that's urging like a mother. Whatever kind of love we think cabal? We tend to think about that. Romantic love you know the thing that we see in the movies the thing that we see these romantic novels the Fabio on the horseback all right but love is far more complex than that and in fact if you look at the ancient Greek definition of love there's actually at least seven different types of love that they defined very accurately because love is not just one thing so let's go through a few of those really quickly and again again. The ancient Greeks denoted that there are different types of love and The first one to talk about is called failure right. It was a love that was determined to be called FIA area now. Failure is the type of love. That's fostered in friendship right. It's connected to friendship and goodwill and this is one version of love. It's different from the romantic love which will get to what they define that as in just a moment so that's one type is fear failure. which is friendship shared goodwill another type of love? They denoted was called Stewart. Guy All right store gay and this is the familial love the love which would share within the construct family so it's based on familiarity. It's based on dependency. It's at construct of family. This will be seen what is between a father and son or an aunt and a nephew right so that store gave us a different type of love and then take it. Further they defined Eros Eros is the passionate even erotic love which is most akin to our modern definition of romantic love. And what we again. What we kind of strive for and the thing that we focus on when we think about love and in fact the Greek mythology this type of love was actually a form of madness? That was brought about by Cupid's arrows hitting you are always always like you're going insane with dispassionate. Love for this person cubic got you right. Cupid doesn't lie. So that's another type of love. So this Eros is what we tend to think about when we think about love. We think about a romantic love. Then we have a copy all right a gop as more of a a overriding. Unconditional conditional expansive type of love. It's akin to a universal type of love. A love for humanity love for the world around us also largely linked to altruism right altruism. which is you know being able to love somebody into have compassion even though you might not know them to do good for other people and this is considered to be in the Greek construct a real the the highest form of love of potentially is then we have Felicia Felicia? This is a self love right so this is a love directed inward and this can be just like when we think about self love. This can be healthy or this can be unhealthy. You know this can be a healthy sense of self confidence and self respect and self appreciation Asian or it can be a form of deep conceit and a focus on oneself exclusively narcissism or will we tend to think about when we we see somebody and we think they're full of themselves right now again. A healthy sense of self confidence might even emit or radiate that experience appearance for some people that might be repelled or even feeling threatened by somebody loving themselves. So it's still going to be based on somebody's perception. But it's it's each your wariness within yourself that I have a healthy sense of self love and it doesn't mean that I'm more important other people but I- matter and I have to take the care of me and being aware that we're not teetering into the place where We become self consumed. If that makes sense Ari all right. So that's another category of love. They defied another. One is ludicrous. Are Ludicrous in. This is more of a playful. flirtatious is Non Committed love. All right uncommitted type of love that can be displayed again kind of to a lot out of people right. This isn't a kind of focus. Love this playful type of love and another one that they defined his prog MMA prog MMA and this is is a kind of practical love or this is practical love based on reason or duty and it's in the the long term interest of person right so this is being reasonable. Now when you get hit with the madness from Cuba's aero the reason is on the other end of the spectrum and the beautiful part is this passionate beautiful love that we tend to think about the romantic love can also have the pragmatic Construct using reason using a belief system constructed to keep this love supported and in having a sense of duty and purpose within their relationship in a long term investment long-term experience of happiness romance but also service to Another person and so love is complex as the point that I really want to get across and we're talking about deeper love. We're moving beyond John. Just that facade of passionate love because at passion can run out. If we're not paying attention to these other forms of love and so today I wanted to really do a masterclass on what are some specific things that we can do implemented our relationships whether you're in a relationship right now. Are you envision yourself having a wonderful relationship for you WanNa take your relationship to another level or your want to ensure create an insurance against the the storms that come within a relationship these tools and strategies. These these insights are going to help to deepen your relationship and create more connection. So I'm really really excited about this and and I also want to share with you. Something really the sweet truly sweet that I fall in love with actually I've been in love with. Were quite some time. But it's been renewed because of some of this new data in this new experience experience that I've had the opportunity to have and listen to this. It was a study published in biomedical research. International found that raw honey specifically vaguely raw honey has the ability to protect the heart from oxidative stress. I think about love we attributed to being something that's emitted from or heart and protecting heart is obviously critical today with heart disease being still the number one cause of death in our modern culture sure and so raw honey has been found have the ability to protect the heart from oxidative stress are kind of accelerated aging of your heart another study published in evidence based complementary alternative medicine demonstrated that raw honey can support serotonin activity in the body are so serotonin is kind of feel good neurotransmitter life is pretty sweet when Serotonin is able to do his thing Appropriately in our body so raw honey helps support that system that activity in the

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International Powers Call for Cease-Fire in Libya’s Long Civil War

All Things Considered

01:06 min | 10 months ago

International Powers Call for Cease-Fire in Libya’s Long Civil War

"Libya's major oil fields and production facilities remain closed today in a sign the country's east based forces are not backing down world powers pledged at Oberlin summit yesterday to push opposing factions to reach a truce in the years long civil war and teri Schultz reports from Brussels the E. U. is considering resuming enable monitoring mission off Libya's coast E. U. foreign ministers agree in principle to revive a naval mission in the Mediterranean established in twenty fifteen to try to reduce illegal migration and intercept weapons banned under the international arms embargo on Libya operation Sophia was suspended last year because the ships ended up being used primarily to pick up stranded migrants Italy says it will support a renewed mission only for enforcing the arms embargo he you foreign policy chief Joseph Burrell says there will need to be some adjustments to control the arms embargo would require satellite and and tools which I the time being and not to include interpretations FIA ministers will look at options for that next month along with possibilities for military monitors if there's an eventual ceasefire for NPR news I'm teri Schultz

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Man, woman arrested in connection with deadly Fall River stabbing

Ron St. Pierre

00:29 sec | 10 months ago

Man, woman arrested in connection with deadly Fall River stabbing

"A man and a woman in court yesterday and connection to a deadly stabbing in fall river over the weekend police say George Vera was down to death in the parking lot of a housing complex Saturday morning Nathan Silva of new Bedford was arrested Saturday night at a motel in Seekonk and charged with murder fear is mother spoke to NBC ten it would do that yeah also arrested Saturday still his ex girlfriend Jessica Breaux FIA fall river who is charged with being an accessory to murder after the

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"fia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:58 min | 10 months ago

"fia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of envy what the Chinese have built in the past decades and we have to keep a low profile to keep us safe would you worry about happening a good example would be the nineteen ninety eight right in Jakarta as anything like that happen he no we are fortunate nothing like that happened in Balikpapan but you'll have to keep vigilant and keep a low profile to prevent that from happening again the future so when you say a low profile how do you do that stay in the low profile areas houses and you drive normal cars had nothing fancy to keep you away from the spotlight so you don't want to flaunt your wealth even if you are doing well in business most Chinese Indonesian datum yeah given that feeling that you have to live with the old ways being cautious always having to keep quiet do you ever think of leaving Indonesia going back to where your family came from in China where you want to have that constant needling FIA not at the moment yeah you're comfortable with the surrounding communities in by the company and I did develop a fun citizens have been largely peaceful yeah you want to keep peace in by the company what's your exit strategy if it does change Singapore and Australia would be the closest and you have that plan yeah yeah that's always a plan B. a service supplied a flight out of here to Singapore yes yes correct that's the DirecTV idea from but but but we never know.

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"fia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:30 min | 11 months ago

"fia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"FIA spokesman Keith news says the center primarily handles federal student loan clients under contract with US department education uncertainties regarding the future of that federal contract he says prompted the realignment of fear call center operations and a plan to move those operations out of Chester by the end of next year new says employees are getting advance word so they can prepare to give as much notice as possible so we can plan accordingly we make sure that any employee in Chester has the ability to transfer to one of our other facilities that manages those calls and we also feel that there be a certain amount of attrition a call center so we we do feel of human impact we minimal this is the closest call center to the one here is in the Harrisburg area in Chester mark Abrams KYW newsradio the house of representatives is expected to vote to impeach president trump midweek upload expected to be as partisan as possible majority Democrats voting to impeach most if not all Republicans voting no and the president's team not getting ready for what happens after that when the issue moves to the Republican controlled Senate the president's top lawyer White House counsel Patsy Bologna and his top legislative affairs eight glue and they have been meeting with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to strategize on the best way to approach this trial and we've learned that they will continue to meet throughout the next week correspondent Paul read one of the president's most dependable supporter senator Lindsey Graham we find ourselves at home and great conflict but I'm here to tell if you wonder what's going to happen in Washington impeachment will be over a probably by mid January personally on the present trouble come out of this stronger Tom Foley CBS news four in ten millennial supporting to a few research center poll now say they are religiously unaffiliated another national survey found some reasons why they may not return to the religious fold as we've seen in generations past many millennials now have spouses children and mortgages but there's little evidence of the corresponding surgeon religious interest the survey of more than twenty five hundred Americans by the American enterprise institute uncovered a few reasons why it found many millennials never had strong ties to religion to begin with that would make it easier to return to a religious community also young adults are increasingly likely to have a non religious battles helping to reinforce a secular view in changing views about the relationship between morality and religion they helped convince many young parents that religious institutions are irrelevant or unnecessary for their children I'm Barbara sack Google is now your password protected chrome's Lewis feature warns users that their username and password may have been compromised in the data breach of pop up will appear asking if they want to change their say passwords Google now cross check since users log in credentials against regularly updated database is a more than four billion usernames and passwords that may have been compromised the entries are collected from sources such as password Dobbs hackers responsible for data breaches on sites like Yahoo or linkedin sometimes both large databases of account user names and passwords on line I'm Joe Ramsey a strong earthquake has jolted the southern Philippines prompting people to rush out of shopping malls houses and other buildings in panic the Philippine institute of volcanology and seismology this the six point nine magnitude quake struck an area about three point seven miles north of a dot a town in Davao del sur province today's quake was set off by movement in a fault and the depth of eighteen miles officials of not immediately.

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"fia" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:01 min | 11 months ago

"fia" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Up nearby FIA in panic spread quickly as wise I'll invoke kind of erupted near a boat full of tourists launching plumes of ash smoke and debris high into the area but they say and number of the visitors came from a royal Caribbean cruise ship that was in force what what island diss clear it's throat scientists say they noticed an uptick in volcanic activity at the signs in the last weeks in the scheme of things for volcanic eruptions it's not latch but if you are close to that is not good twenty three people on the island were safely taken off by boats it's not a terrorism investigation at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola Florida Friday's shooting their left three sailors dead officials say was carried out by a twenty one year old chairman from Saudi Arabia CBS is David bag no spoke with the F. B. I.'s Rachel Ross about reports that the gunman attended a party with three other Saudi students where they watch mass shooting videos and some of them released one may have recorded the attack as much as I would love to answer any questions about the videos or any other presumption information that's out there my goal is not to continue the misinformation campaign did somebody record the shooting as it happened there's a lot of review that still needs to go on as to what happened that day if it's misinformation please clear it up for us please the world doping committee has slapped a four year Olympic ban on Russia here's CBS is Vicky Barker the band means Russia will not be sending national teams to the twenty twenty Olympics the twenty twenty two soccer World Cup and other major competitions the individual Russian athlete to if not been implicated in the doping scandal will be allowed to compete under a neutral flag a California man's due in court today in connection with videos that appear to show him pointing guns out the hotel window CBS is Janet Shamli in is in San Diego the videos are chilling and graphics in them police say a man they identified as thirty year old Steven home Okey looks like he's practicing for a mass shooting first gathering ammunition on the floor then loading a handgun and pointing it out the window as people can be seen on the sidewalk hello moving from room to room the man can be heard talking to himself as he picks up several assault weapons at one point we hear a click as he pulls the trigger man apparently empty gun pointing outside the hotel suite police say they were tipped to the videos last week but they were originally posted in September marriage story leads the golden globe nominations with six including best film drama yeah because I'm going to divorce trying to break the blame to your the Irishman to popes joker in nineteen seventeen are also nominated in that category Netflix says three of the five movies up for dramatic film is dominated the early awards season it's four minutes after the hour did you know you can listen.

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"fia" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"fia" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Field by the FIA by their refusal to comply with instructions are in last week's staff delegation visit CB people the trip in which more site visits were to take place at C. B. P. and ice facilities now obviously this is going to lead to blow back from the Democrats who are going to claim that this is all a giant cover up that the reason the DHS doesn't want staffers there is because it doesn't want staffers there if you really want to make sure that people believe what you have to say about the staffers easy solution you can only do a staff is it so long as C. B. P. and eyes are able to document the evidence evidence what exactly goes on they should be able to carry around a camera and take what's going on not for public consumption but in case this thing does go public you should be able to document whatever misbehavior staffers are engaging in last week following the visits one of the first facilities on the committee staff itinerary DHS assistance secretary of legislative affairs Kristine Ciccone road to Cummings notifying him and that due to his staff violation of guidelines that planned follow up to our could not be accommodated Chicano during discussions between department in committee staff the committee staff repeatedly stated they do not intend to abide by DHS guidelines but what I'm sure DHS is telling the truth here likely DHS is telling the truth does not cover up but it allows the Democrats you play cover up it seems to be much smarter to allow them to do the visit and put cameras on them the whole time in just the same way that I thought of been smarter for the Israeli government to allow an L. had all my receipts leaving just put cameras on them the whole time it seems to me that the DHS should do the same thing with these democratic staffers Ciccone said the staff's attempts to conduct interviews and take photographs without limitation I significant deviation from DHS policy and could jeopardize the department's ability to meet legal obligations obviously this is exactly the situation the Democrats had hoped to provoke that's not the only serve public relations snafu in which DHS is currently engaged really there's a new rule it is coming down from the citizenship and immigration services and this one I got to say I do not understand children born to US service members and government employees overseas will no longer automatically be considered citizens of the United States so just get this straight under current American law if you cross our border illegally and you have a baby on the other side of the border the baby is an American citizen if well if your merit can soldier gets married to a woman or man overseas and they produce a baby the baby is not an automatic citizen of the United States this makes no sense to me whatsoever previously children born to US citizen parents were considered to be residing in the United States and therefore would be automatically given citizenship under immigration and nationality at three twenty now kids boards US service members in government employees such as those born in U. S. military hospitals are diplomatic facilities will not be considered as residing in the U. S. changing the way they potentially receive citizenship this could have made a difference for both they're far from John McCain particularly right John McCain was born overseas in Panama according to the U. S. C. I. S. previous legislation also explicitly said that spouses of service members who little who are living outside the U. S. because of their spouses were considered residing in the US but no similar provision was included for children of U. S. armed forces members in the acquisition of citizenship context is significant this is a a bizarre ruling for sure I look forward to a clarification from the trump administration are you coming up we'll be joined by doctor Wilford Maclay is author of a brand new American history text also has an op ed in the Wall Street journal on the weaponization of history which we are watching in real time particularly from The New York.

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"fia" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"fia" Discussed on 790 KABC

"By the FIA by their refusal to comply with instructions during last week's staff delegation visit CVV pull the trip in which more site visits were to take place at C. B. P. and ice facilities now obviously this is going to lead to blow back from the Democrats who are going to claim that this is all a giant cover up that the reason the DHS doesn't want staffers there is because it doesn't want staffers there if you really want to make sure that people believe what you have to say about the staffers easy solution you can only do a staff visit so long as C. B. P. and eyes are able to document the evidence evidence what exactly goes on they should be able to carry around a camera and take what's going on not for public consumption but in case this thing does go public you should be able to document whatever misbehavior staffers are engaging in last week following the visits one of the first facilities on the committee staff itinerary DHS Assistant Secretary of legislative affairs Kristine Ciccone road to Cummings notifying him that they do to his staff violation guidelines their plan follow up to our could not be accommodated check on road during discussions between department in committee staff the committee staff repeatedly stated they do not intend to abide by DHS guidelines well I I'm sure the address is telling the truth here I think it's very likely DHS is telling the truth does not cover up but it allows the Democrats you play cover up it seems to be much smarter to allow them to do the visit and put cameras on them the whole time in just the same way that I thought of been smarter for the Israeli government to allow an L. had all my receipts leaving just put cameras on them the whole time it seems to me that the DHS should do the same thing with these democratic staffers Ciccone said the staff's attempts to conduct interviews and take photographs without limitation I significant deviation from DHS policy and could jeopardize the department's ability to meet legal obligations obviously this is exactly the situation the Democrats had hoped to provoke that's not the only public relations snafu in which a DHS is currently engaged really there's a new rule it is coming down from the citizenship and immigration services and this one I got to say I do not understand I'm fairly children born to US service members and government employees overseas will no longer automatically be considered citizens of the United States so just to get this straight under current American law if you cross our border illegally and you have a baby on the other side of the border the baby is an American citizen if what if an American soldier gets married to a woman or man overseas and they produce a baby the baby is not an automatic citizen of the United States this makes no sense to me whatsoever previously children born to US citizen parents were considered to be residing in the United States and therefore would be automatically given citizenship under immigration and nationality act three twenty now kids boards US service members in government employees such as those born in US military hospitals are diplomatic facilities will not be considered as residing in the U. S. changing the way they potentially receive citizenship this could have made a difference for both if for for John McCain particularly right John McCain was born overseas in Panama according to the U. S. C. I. S. previous legislation also explicitly said it's thousands of service members who little who are living outside the U. S. because of their spouses were considered residing in the US but no similar provision was included for children of U. S. armed forces members in the acquisition of citizenship context is significant this is a a bizarre ruling for sure I look for is a clarification from the trump administration are you coming up we'll be joined by doctor Wilford Maclay is author of a brand new American history text also has an op ed in the Wall Street journal in the weaponization of history which we are watching in real time particularly from The New York.

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JPMorgan's Traders Nab Market Share While Deutsche Bank's Slip

Bloomberg Surveillance

01:33 min | 1 year ago

JPMorgan's Traders Nab Market Share While Deutsche Bank's Slip

"Your book or intelligence is on the terminal and it's really high powered research I'm gonna put out the best single chart I've seen on the future of Deutsche Bank by else Williams you'll see it on Twitter and all you need to know John you know this in fiqh in the bond side JB JP Morgan and Citigroup market share gains Deutsche Bank no on the equity side JP Morgan and Morgan Stanley market share gains Deutsche Bank no why is it going to stop and I think it is going to stop and they're not in the short term thing that serve you with some analysts out there the moment tell what's the short term that's a really important statement you just made they're talking twenty twenty two that's that's like ancient term the difficulty is when you try and re size that revenue fast force even faster Tom and that's the point on the torch bank of had whenever they try and re size and that's the FIA the love I listen I have now that is the short term view from many of the analyst community because the longer term view to get to these goals that they've gotten nearly twenty twenties it's going to be difficult to get that in the view of meadow look at the headlines just cross the Bloomberg I Mister the CEO said that he would put his money where its mouth yeah we yeah that was it yeah Reuters reporting he would invest twenty five percent of its fixed salary into each a stock okay looks like it you do every day Bloomberg you know this is not a big deal twenty five percent that's a big deal no transaction get someone out yeah up we'll see I mean there it is and he's got a lot of other challenges from the picture of the other day at one point this morning a Dutchman down fourteen percent ugly

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Bloomberg, Renault And FIA discussed on Politics, Policy, Power and Law

Politics, Policy, Power and Law

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Bloomberg, Renault And FIA discussed on Politics, Policy, Power and Law

"Bloomberg has learned Chrysler automobiles is to announce a tie up with Renault soon as tomorrow opening path for FIA to eventually become part of the Renault Nissan Motor alliance with sales falling in the world's biggest car markets, automakers are under intense pressure to combine efforts and investments Fiat has been seeking a partner for

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Renault, FIA And Renault Nissan Motor Alliance discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Renault, FIA And Renault Nissan Motor Alliance discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"Has learned Fiat Chrysler automobiles is to announce a tie up with Renault as soon as tomorrow, opening path for FIA to eventually become part of the Renault Nissan Motor alliance with sales falling in the world's biggest car markets, automakers are under intense pressure to combine efforts and investments Fiat has been seeking a partner

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People in their 20s are injecting face fillers to look like their selfie filters

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:24 min | 1 year ago

People in their 20s are injecting face fillers to look like their selfie filters

"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by the university of Florida Warrington college of business transform your future with an MBA from one of America's top ten universities. Learn more at Warrington dot ufl dot EDU slash MBA. People in their twenties and thirties are getting injections to look more like their selfie filters from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Ali would. Selby's are an art form on social media. But some young people aren't happy with just a Snapchat or Instagram filter. They want the lip cheek and forehead injections. So that their real life faces match the doctor itself fees. The American Academy of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery says there's been a twenty percent increase in botox injections among eighteen to thirty seven year olds in the last five years. Marketplace reporter, Eric embarrassed, it's reporting on this recently. And she told me that the makers of injectable fillers which smooth out the lines on your face like a photo filter. Does are starting to spend a lot more money on social media marketing, our Gan, which is the company that makes boat talks makes Juve Dharam does cool sculpting. That's where they're paying influencers to do a lot of the work. So people are on Instagram anyway, looking at other people's faces all the time. And then they're seeing people that they might follow women that they might look up to. And they're seeing that they also were are actually, you know, talking. About these things, you know, they're like hash tagging Sunday afternoon. Hashtag tocks hashtag filter. Hashtag fillers. You know, the whole thing. Yeah. Tell me more specifically about what people are getting done like what specific procedures than what are people trying to look like. So the most basic thing that most people are getting done is just getting, you know, likable talks injection that kind of freezes your face and kind of makes you look relaxed. But then after that there's a lot of small spas that have opened up that are offering things like institute, which is some stuff that you can get put in your cheeks that give you like sort of a higher cheekbone. You can get your lips done and make them a little bit plumper a lot plumper. There's all kinds of stuff that you can get done. I understand that one woman told you she really has heard of people asking to look more like the filters that they have seen on social media. Right. Yeah. So one woman I spoke with who's Twenty-seven-year-old in Rhode Island. And she says she just gets her lips done. She gets imbo both talks. But it's pretty like normalized amongst her group of friends, and she has a couple. They get a little shot of Duve Derm in the tip of their nose. It makes them look a little bit like that Snapchat filter, and I just thought that was kind of fascinating like the idea that you wanna look like what your online reflection looks like do you have a sense of whether any of the doctors are ethically conflicted about this. Do they resist it at all? Yeah. So I did talk to one doctor who actually is the head of one of the plastic surgery. National plastic surgery associations in Memphis, and he refuses to give anyone any kind of injectable or bow talks unless they medically need it or if they're under a certain age. So he's adamant lead not doing it. But at the same time, he knows that there's like clinics just right up the street that you can just walk into. I think the big part of it is is that because you know, it's it's an elective procedure. It's a lot of money. And so you're budgeting thousand or two thousand a year, you know, it can be hard to say no to that. Erica barris is a reporter with marketplace. Last year. Researchers at the Boston University school of medicine Warren. About what they called Snapchat, Dismore FIA and said, it could lead to body Dismore fic- disorder, a mental illness that causes people to obsess about their imagined defects. And now for some related links head over to our website. Marketplace tech dot org for a link to a longer story that Erica did about this four marketplace and more stories about Snapchat, Dismore, Fiat, and how it has plastic surgeons worry earlier this year doctors at Massachusetts General Hospital published a guide for cosmetic practitioners to help them figure out when they're dealing with someone who is beyond normal discontent with their appearance and onto the obsessive compulsive spectrum that is body this Morphing disorder their research that as many as thirteen percent of people seeking cosmetic surgery have the disorder and in a fun. Fact, I learned that dissatisfaction with your appearance is so common in basically, everyone that researchers call it quote normative discontent. There is a hopeful story from Taylor Laurenz over at the Atlantic though from just a couple of weeks ago about how even though those twenty and thirty somethings or getting the nose injections, look more like their filters. The next generation. Of influencers is actually rejecting the carefully edited super stylized aesthetic, and they're going for a quote, Messier and more unfiltered vibe, the story quotes, a fifteen year old influencers who says that avocado toast and posts on the beach are generic and played out and that it's not cool anymore to be manufactured. So maybe the children really are our future. Unless allergen comes calling with the big check. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM.

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Dow drops 500 points amid trade fears

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

01:26 min | 1 year ago

Dow drops 500 points amid trade fears

"A massive trade deal between the US and China is in jeopardy, and that could impact millions of Americans as President Trump is threatening to more than double the tariff. On Chinese imports. If the current deal falls through stocks plummeted on the news. The Dow falling more than four hundred seventy three points yesterday. CBS news White House correspondent, Ben Tracy has more as of twelve o one this Friday. President Trump says he will raise tariffs from ten percent to twenty five percent on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods tariffs. Make the cost of imports more expensive for US companies and consumers appro free trade group estimates the tariff increase would cost a family of four about seven hundred sixty seven dollars per year in up to one million US jobs, man. The Chinese are expected to retaliate with tariffs of their own. That could hurt American farmers who already lost billions during last year's tariff fight and after the closing bell yesterday. Steep declines on Wall Street for the afternoon. Our business editor Murray Feldman says continued fears of a trade war with China are hurting local auto suppliers that hits hard. It's all about all about tariffs. It's all about the threat that looms on Friday, the analyst at Bank of America, Merrill, Lynch concern that the trade issue could do damage to the business model of many auto suppliers. So they were hit hard. American Axle, all down two to three percent. And despite that Feldman says both Ford and GM finished up while FIA Chrysler

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"fia" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"fia" Discussed on 710 WOR

"No more land Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning on seven ten w o r. On NBC. They've got a reunion of spinal tap thirty-five years ago, you ever see that movie. It's hilarious innocent tired. But I do know the premise. No, it's great Christopher guest, and Harry Shearer, rob Reiner, rob Reiner, Michael mckeon. Yeah. It's it's really with one of my favorite movies guest is such a brilliant. Filmmaker Joe ever see waiting for guffman. Oh, yeah. That's a send up of theater world. Right for this. Very very funny. Speaking of the FIA world, the snub today's the big day. Yes. Natalie, and I are headed in fact, I'm out of here in a couple of minutes leaving you with Len folks, I apologize for that. But Nadler, Joe, do you think Bartlett strangle each other? Arts gives you a little nasty between the two you'll have to say. But when Natalie goes that means blame comes in to fill in producer. Oh, well L. That's fun. Yeah. That's always a good time. You'd never know what he's going to say. I know it'll be a Blaine Blaine is a lot of fun to ever whenever he was away. We had a great week. Why? Lavishly gladly come onto the show with you fulltime. Really? That's how popular around here. We could get him. We cook chilly not. Complains every single time. He has to come in. Well, he's got a good gig with Simone. Yeah. Great gig. That's right off to get up at the crack. Dawn with Alan. That's true. That's very true. Not a lot of Yakin going on there with them on the air. Not at all. We let them on the air because he's putting his any case. So Natalie and IRA out of here, we're going up to where we are we going, well, we're actually going to wear they have the it's a hotel up in the theater district where all of the nominees will gather to come out for the first time in talk about we're going to see Bryan, Cranston, Jeff Daniels. You're not gonna see Nathan lane Jackson or Glenda. The first thing that I saw when I saw the nominations was the fact that the to kill a Mockingbird and network did not get nominations. But then I realized later on in the day, the Clinton checks, and and did not get nominations that blew me away at our Powell Bryan Adams, his show Pretty Woman. It didn't every category. I didn't get single single. Tony did not into one. So why do anything about this Haiti's town? This is like lead with all the nomination..

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"fia" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"fia" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"They made it so complicated. And unfortunately, there's no place where you know, unless you're watching if you're watching a video, for instance, and you press the volume up, and it'll say media volume, if you're just holding the phone he'll say volume, and if if the phones ring it'll say, you know, it's just not it's not confusing. I the answer is I have no idea. Why you're not hearing it when you're not on bluetooth. It works fine. You hear what you wanna hear? When you hear it. Now. You know, there's a physical switch on the side. Make sure that that that's another thing that that mutes some sounds most sounds I think so make sure that physical switches towards you is up. That means you'll hear everything back away from you means it's off. I don't I I am. I am not sure to be honest. I'm not going to be much help so FIA. You you pair your bluetooth. And you're no longer hearing. The notifications. Anybody have any on an iphone SE any idea that I'm looking at my my bluetooth settings. I don't see anywhere you can change that on some phones. They'll be setting says whether or not to play notification sounds through your phone or through your speakers wonder if. I know what I pair with my car. I often have the choice of having notifications. Come through the phone comes through the car speakers. I wonder if that's the issue. Anybody any suggestions? I'd love to hear it. I'm looking all through the settings on iphone? This is a case where by making it easier for people, you know, eliminating all the complicated settings. They've made it really more obscure on an Android device in the newer Android devices with Android Oreo.

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"fia" Discussed on The Pulse

The Pulse

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"fia" Discussed on The Pulse

"At the children's hospital offer the FIA, anything that increases airway inflammation is gonna increase asthma symptoms and asthma attacks. So what is the exact connection here? How is climate change going to make as much worse than it already is. Okay. Climate change at one on one burning fossil fuels like coal and gas puts more carbon dioxide in the atmosphere that changes the climate in common oxide is one of the raw materials in photosynthesis. That's the process that plants used to make food. More common thi- oxide means plants grow foster, and research shows that plants like ragweed and pine trees could release Paulin sooner and release more of it leading to a longer pollen season and more pollen is of course, bat and use for people with asthma or allergies. And when I think about asthma as a condition Allen, there are already a bunch of factors that are really out of the control of individual people, right? It gets worse in terms of where you live or what you're exposed to. Right. So let's zoom in on that and look at factors environments or in people's neighborhoods. Let's look in particular at one. Family. I met Angeles, Sultan. She has two sons. Both of them have asked them Angeles has she won those if the Asmus thought that because of where they live in the Philadelphia neighborhood called Germantown. So when you will come out with sometimes you walk in a puff of marijuana or you know, the neighbors was always cigarette butts everywhere. The boy's father and grandmother will both heavy smokers. Their apartment wasn't a mice infested building. Unfortunately, nobody's holding these landlords a cannibal so they able to just went out anything. Everybody had breathing problems. Everybody like everybody had a pump. Like if one of your kids was outside at the playground, you could borrow somebody else's pumped just to make sure they get some beautiful. I had to lend my pump out plea times when I was at her house. I also met Angeles, oldest son, Josey Sutton is seventeen. I like to dates consider myself a dancer on the play video games. I'd always movies, typical teenagers though. About ten years ago. He had a really scary incident now cannot be at all. So we had called the ambulance stroke, and it had put oxygen take on me, but it still wasn't working. So they rushed me to the hospital and had to combine the steroid mixture for some other medicines noted open mile long, just wasn't getting the oxygen. Eventually, Angela move a family to a different neighborhood, but that was Hoffer her financially that move parental almost double with off the woods. And that was a cost she had to shoulder on her own my console, these other kinds of challenges that some public health people are looking at when they take care of people with asthma. These are not just personal problems as Mozelle really about atmosphere. You know, it's not just about what's happening in the individual body, but it's about what we are breathing and are breathing spaces..

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"fia" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"fia" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"To fifty three. Fia Sanchez is doing great. She's the eleven year old who made headlines when she got a surprise visit from rapper Drake while awaiting a heart transplant in Chicago within a week. She had the surgery and will soon be going home. So FIU tells WLS in Chicago she and Drake or buddies now. I'm jake. It is. On their like Sophia says Drake plans to bring her up on stage at some point. So they can sing together. So Via's mother will oversee the multiple medications. Her daughter will need to take throughout the day. She says his heart condition was initially misdiagnosed as asthma and she credits. Louis children's hospital with getting it, right? Mayor de Blasio has approved a plan aiming to increase diversity at schools in several Brooklyn neighborhoods. Diversity plan is for school district fifteen which includes neighborhoods from park slope and boerum hill to go on it's in red hook, the mayor said the goal is for middle schools to be equitable and excellent Neil Zafran apparent who helped design the plan said the school standards won't change. But he said the stressful screening admission process will end more are going to be in classroom that reflect the diversity of our city. There will be a more inclusive curriculum that will also highlight the heritage of African Latino Asian Middle Eastern and native people in New York City schools in the past childrens grades test, scores attendance, and on dishes were considered for admissions. Carol d'auria ten ten wins with the Marion park slope seventy degrees. It is cloudy in New York. The humidity sixty eight percent Windsor variable at three gusting to seventeen miles an hour..

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"fia" Discussed on Future Thinkers Podcast

Future Thinkers Podcast

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"fia" Discussed on Future Thinkers Podcast

"Specs as via does ride in that with fia you've got kind of a central issuing body or a central authority that sets those rules the consensus rules in in this case really the distribution is to the miners who you know obviously helped secure the network and provide a useful service but my thought is that while bitcoin was super innovative in creating the first decentralised consensus mechanism right that worked it was particularly less innovative in terms of the distribution of money right and so one of the things i like talk about his is game a fine the delivery of money but that's really only one one solution when i talk about game a flying i'm talking about spreading the money out over the system as widely as possible right so some people think that sort of a joy you'll be i or there's some sort of like those socialists kind of weird thing or whenever the hell but really it's not because when you're printing the money you're not taking the money from someone else and giving it to them your literally printing the money and distributing it in the only methodology we've ever had in the past was printed give it to a few central banks and then they trickle down to everyone else right and so in this case i think if you have assists that uses incentives and rewards and spreads the money out as it's being printed you have an opportunity for a sort of new economic paradigm and people are just beginning to explore that right now so there's a lot of different types of incentives the biggest example that i talk about or the quickest example i talked about is is kind of like a centralised be chat i call it stealth gamification so imagine that you're just sort of you're just on your phone you're using into centralized reach mejet and if you don't know we ideas is westerners don't know it very well but it's used by eight hundred million people in the world it's the most popular application of all time any it started as a chat abbott china in it literally doesn't zillion other things now has plugins for buying tickets in getting loans in sending money and literally plugins four how crowded area is before you go shopping right all kinds of crazy klug its so imagine you could build a decentralised we chat.

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"fia" Discussed on AM 920 The Answer

AM 920 The Answer

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"fia" Discussed on AM 920 The Answer

"Body uses debitcard oil that is the truth we've gotten away from from fia currency these days quite often just using a credit card or debitcard or whatever but uh you know there's probably some benefit and that's what this guy done spoke lives saved his save his coins from all transactions for a long period of time and that by gore blow not going to happen to me in a short wrong what the most loan list i mean i would you want to spend more time on the tax stuff because there are some some some pieces impart to it that that will matter to the to the average person um beyond complicating factors but it's you know when we talk about the market in theory author really talking about his up economy hit israel will that mazda we today is one thing yeah true or not thousands now did did did enjoy the little bit of a benefit year to date boost right at two percent on the sp 500 we end of the year two thousand seventeen up almost twenty two percent twenty one point eight two big story the year informationtechnology up thirty eight point eight three percent pretty awesome we had two sectors negative although slightly energy was down one percent telecommunication services which is going to get a facelift fear coming up changing the communications in putting some companies we would normally look atas discretionary into that current three company sector but telekom was negative one point two five percent mostly due to uh the the decline by at t all told year to date which is like talking about a week less than a week of returns the energy up three point eight nine percent which is a bit of a change we do have quite a bit of news out of the energy space with the saudis and russians and inventories being relatively low lower than we would have expected which you know so that sectors in wadi lines price increases right so so energies leading you know year today for the week you said fritz materials up three and a quarter percent informationtechnology up three percent.

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"fia" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"fia" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"The united states people looking at the fia currencies again look at the budget deficit in the united states how about the one over there in china a debt to gdp ratio of three hundred how about japan a i'm rachelle sell you a 10year bond alex night like you so much i'm gonna give you a negative heels sat means in ten years i'll give you a less back then you gave me she'll people see the fraud that's going on show there may be a crypto bust but after the bus the big ones will stay in place just like the dotcom bus everything crashed in two thousand in march but hey after that you saw growing again so we see this crypto mania as not a bubble but it's really a lot of the twentyfirst century you go to china alex people aren't using cash credit cards back it's your app that's all it is now we've into the point of facial recognition the world is going cashless is no coinofthe realm to hang onto so people are cashing in to decrypt does that they think we'll bring in the most amounts the cash well when we see it being the biggest thing in the world compared to even goldman sachs and hundreds of new ones coming on line and the central banks or fiat currency to begin with as well it shows competition and as all these big billionaires chart weighing in i agree there's going to be booms there's going to be passed some are going to end up going belly up because of fraud but at the end of the day you can see that this is the system of the currency of the singular irony of the future yes another train because again people subscribe to us because they want to invest in make different this station's this whole thing about electric cars forget it it's not going to happen now to technology that they.

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"fia" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"fia" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Ellen bad things we're going to happen you know there is a a bear a wolf outside they would growl in let you know that there is something bad outside but also um they could protect us uh in other ways well first of all when it comes to nutrition um we learn how to get rid of nine hundred different diseases were thought to be preexisting conditions and uh do you gotta diseases and also autoimmune diseases in humans and we just got rid of them and could reverse him after dog's got him in camps got him nick winas ghanem in kenner we've got him i just supplement game and again a hundred billion dollars were the research put all that information gather or division in young give it has called for tales only as you pointed out and these are meant to supplement good diet you can buy good fia for dogs and cats and other the most in grocery stores are gonna fix um and you want to make sure it says grain pre gluten free on them and what's what's important does the lot of problems of uh of dog food and cat food being made in china in these animals have died you'd do all this in the united states i understand the correct yeah all of our supplement or create a hearing that date and you they crude and of course the basic dong kept busy day for large dog res guide dog breed mediumsized dogs vaal dogs toida hug and you want to get the right ties dog food for the right ties dog rightsided cat food for the right side cat but then that's were for tales only comes in as for the magic comes in and remember all vertebrae twitter you're an alligator a crocodile humming bird dearer.

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"fia" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"fia" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"Oh fight looks apologetically down to the low fia's hsuehming and shrugs now gaby the golan o who had just come in at the tail end of this with a bushel tomatoes for trade says she loves catfish okay says bob this one is easy he takes back the ten slips a papal from the ten people that say franco's bob one fish and scratches out his name and putting gaby his name and gives only four loaves of bread forbush show tomatoes instead of the usual five so now gaby can would deem one fish from frank anytime even though she wasn't part of the original deal and fight didn't actually agree to it the dead has been transformed now frank cannot easily a racist debt by sneaky into one the other villagers homes and change in what the paper said or destroying at old blogging people to lose them he would have to do this with ten villages which will reweighting of difficult to be practical if there was any discrepancy but the villagers papers said the majority would overrule guinea corrupted minority in addition it's a fairsized village of a lot more than ten people and he doesn't remember most the people bob gave them too so by giving a lot of people information about the debt everyone is sure it will be accurately recorded also by spreading the information to many people none of whom have a stake in the transaction newbie involved has to be trustworthy that means you can trade with any one the and if you don't like them trust them or no them such as folks from a neighbouring village this makes for much easier trade which tends to be handy though it would not be for all example because we would end up with huge lateral was crowding people's houses that folks have to belgian into in the middle of the night and spent time hunting for each transaction and every copy of it obviously computers and the internet help with that and we can finally move onto cryptocurrency bitcoin the best known of the cryptocurrencies is basically this village on a grand scale the strips of paypal the public ledger of detalle transaction.

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"fia" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"fia" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Case the ownership was an a trust an there was a decision because of the way the industry was changing that yang a little bit different than when i guess that it it's all owned locally by the family just because it's entrust was still own locally by the fia is i guess zakharenko haven't actually would happen several years after i fatherinlaw passed away the trustees and the board made a decision to transfer ownership to the to the children okay yes that that that that entrusting so still but they they still kept the control there was a control issue there's archibishop that were several from control issue okay okay so but so from an ownership standpoint was transferred to the richer also for a family to sell the business is usually it very very difficult decision to make because they've had the business that usually a legacy uh the family bought this business they didn't found business they bought the business that may have made it a little easier to sell but for most family businesses for most families to sell the family business a very big call gut wrenching decision in process to go further especially when you feel probably felt like you're back was up against the wall just waved the industry the way was changing and trying to stay competitive and what you are up against felt like that might have been you're only option adapt pointed that seems like trying to do a transition to nextgeneration wanted of made sense knowing that you word handed over that they would be in the same problems you we're in i did not see a future in this business he out for the family so it was the best choice when mg was sold what does that mean for you well that meant for me.

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"fia" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"fia" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"Within classical monitors on nv equals pq is used to look at the money flow of the fia currency within an economy and so am refers to the size of the monetary base and so with the us dollar right now it's round four trillion vis the velocity so how many times a dollaryen or euro or whatever it may be turns over within a year right now the us dollar's in this five to six range p refers to the average price of a basket of goods and cue to the quantity of of the basket of goods and so together again we have envy equals pq on the pq side where we just ended that multiplying together of the average price of bus goods by the number of these baskets yields the economy of a nation and on the end these side you have the size the monetary base of four trillion tonnes of lost of roughly five yields a value of twenty trillion which is about what the us gdp us so that's how we set these things out the question then becomes okay how does that make any sense within crypt assets and this is where as i said at the start you can look at crypto assets and the protocols within which they operate as these many economies many economies that 'provision a good or two and so in the case of something like foul coin that is provisioning cloud storage that is the good of that network.

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