33 Burst results for "Finks"

Homeland Security Secretary Mayorkas Halts ICE Worksite Raids

Mark Levin

01:02 min | 9 months ago

Homeland Security Secretary Mayorkas Halts ICE Worksite Raids

"New Yorkers Get by is the secretary of Homeland Security but it doesn't believe in Homeland Security He just says she in order to ice to stop work site raids In latest limits on immigration enforcement so illegal aliens working illegally There are to be no more rates These people are breaking existing immigration law Breaking existing immigration law I got to watch my mouth I'm so pissed off You have no idea The lawlessness the attack on teachers the open borders they try to destroy our economic system our constitutional system These rat finks there they're out of the cage They are all they are all over the place like cockroaches Pushing their agenda Pelosi Schumer buying the whole damn bunch of them

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Deputy Attorney General and Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights Intentionally Misled the Senate

Mark Levin

01:47 min | 9 months ago

Deputy Attorney General and Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights Intentionally Misled the Senate

"This is a shocking blockbuster story It'll be ignored by the corrupt media but it must not be ignored by anybody else In the American people need to understand That at the direction of the Biden White House an individual from the president's staff and individual from his domestic policy council And an additional individual In a senior political position in the United States Department of Justice civil rights division coordinating with others Set this entire thing up With a national school boards association I told you I smelled a rat Fink and there's rat finks everywhere You're two individuals who testified during the course of this week The Deputy Attorney General the assistant attorney general for civil rights both of whom knew what took place An intentionally misled the United States Senate The Senate Judiciary Committee Intentionally misled the United States Senate At no time did they explain to those senators That this memorandum was the product of a conspiracy between The White House and the United States Department of Justice That this national school board association letter Was a pretext a planned pretext to unleash the full power of the federal government unconstitutionally and illegally Against parents throughout America

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"finks" Discussed on Bald Movies

Bald Movies

05:24 min | 11 months ago

"finks" Discussed on Bald Movies

"Pips with pride and support up all move dot com. What what is. What does charlie want out of life. He says at the end that look. I just tried to help people with someone to do the same for me. would was. He hoping that like barton would kill him like is he wanting. Do you want to release out of his tortured. Existence was he was wanting to literally have a love affair with barton. Did he just wanted someone to listen to him. I don't know like. I definitely don't have all the answers on this bill knowing flies and no one does. That's the thing read six different deconstruction analysis. No-one made the same point. They're all different. Yeah and they take the same points and spin them differently. So it's like it's very open to interpretation. I i think. Charlie charlie can be seen as the devil and if you look at him as the devil the devil might very well be sad and lonely and hell you know i could definitely see that being true is charlie could also just be a manifestation of barton finks mania. I guess like. I said with these serial killer charlie and bardon or not the same person. This is all a part because 'cause burden is very worried when he says it's getting hot charlie's back or feels like things are steaming up inside of his own head. And if you look here's something. That's interesting that i'm i don't know that i've seen commented on anywhere is if you look at barton's desk after he meets charlie and he finds out about these ear infections the cotton his ears on his desk next to his typewriter. There's an ashtray matches on top and there are used bloody cotton balls in that ashtray on another because i know he was using that the block his hearing to round out all the things going around and then he does that later and then he very specifically takes the script that he wrote and puts these two cotton balls on top of it. That takes me back to the serial killer idea where he is. Charlie he has done the killings and the cotton ball symbolized that the that he is actually this person and the heat building up his head..

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"finks" Discussed on Bald Movies

Bald Movies

04:10 min | 11 months ago

"finks" Discussed on Bald Movies

"The movie i saw on the internet said noted that the number six is repeated. Three times in the elevator barton says six and then the guy says floor six and then we got the top. He says floors six clearly. There's there's a lot of hell motif stuff going on here. I don't know what to do with that. Yeah that's kind of why. I said you need to know the history of how this film got written and made and for some reason like there's this it's mixed up and miller's crossing when when shit i've which i haven't seen by neither had i feel i need that for the proper context but win. The cohen brothers were writing miller's crossing. They got stuck. They got to a point where they had two riders blocked. They couldn't figure out the ending to this movie and they came up with this idea for barton fink right which they then made later on again for me as total shifts being my big bugaboo. I feel like i'm a lot. It's a lot easier for me to go along. With the unstoppable because that's something erakat and his brothers love of this unstoppable evil supernatural force character. Yeah i've i've a lot easier time rolling with them when they're like lauren malveaux and there are a lot more firmly situated in the real world. you know like at no time did literal flames burst out of his mouth or doing anything crazy like that. Or you know horns his head or if you want to do stuff like that. I like it better in raising arizona where you've got this evil biker. Guy who is literally riding his bike up ladders and through windows and he's like this goblin thing. I liked evil dead style right. Yeah like like it's when it's in a comedy or a farce for some reason my suspension disbelief is a lot more powerful. And those type of fantastical situations. It's weird because i realized that when you take it at face value in this whole movie is basically about writer's block in about the creative dilemma as it is.

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"finks" Discussed on Bald Movies

Bald Movies

05:30 min | 11 months ago

"finks" Discussed on Bald Movies

"Like tom. Hanks is a perfect example. Tom hanks is a goofball that was in what bosom buddies he was in what was that bachelorette money pit and big and all those not really deep. But then you know you don't think of him. He's still very funny guy. But he's got. He's kind of this. Generation's jimmy stewart beatles who made teenage pop music and then went on to make some of the greatest popular music of all time. You think i just. I just don't know that i buy that. Being popular is a handicap for then later doing good stuff. Because it's that. Has i think that's one of the other questions in barton fink is he. This character has a lot of baggage and almost loathing of the people that he's trying to uphold Like if you're saying that pop culture stupid and audiences stupid depreciate stuff and if you're going to be sullied by being popular that's fairly hateful thing to think about your audience right. That's not his audience as he sees it right the the audience. He's now writing for this wrestling. Movie is not his audience. He didn't give a fuck about these people. But these are the every man. They're exactly the type of people to go. See your wrestling phil. Sure and i think. That's the disconnect in bardon finks philosophy Throughout this movie is that he thinks he is the everyman when in fact he is not the every man. He is masquerading as the everyman. He's championing the every man while being you know the guy who writes for the pictures now And that's evident at especially when you go. Look at the uso dance. Sure he's at. I mean claims. Like i am the creator i created by mind right. And he's saying that he's better than all these everyman right. He is much better than all these men. And that is disconnect like win. A charlie is trying to say. Hey i got all these stories. Barton fink is is brick walled here. He's got no creative inside. He has no ideas. And your charlie a guy with an infinite amount of stories. And what does charlie do. He shuts down when he's about to tell those stories and says that this has to be great. This has to be incredible. I am creator. And i need to make something amazing. His want to hear the everyman story right. Like right right there into his hotel room walks a larger live character that you could pretty much. Just start cop cobbing dialogue down. He's even wrestling experience. I mean this is a man who like for two weeks. He's assigned the rightist wrestling flick and for two weeks. He sits in a hotel room staring at a typewriter. He's never seen a wrestling picture before he doesn't know the basic wrestling terminology. Like it seems like job. Wanna be go fucking watch them wrestlers. Maybe watch him wrestling film. Read up on it a little bit..

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Caeleb Dressel Joins Elite Club With 5th Olympic Gold Medal

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 11 months ago

Caeleb Dressel Joins Elite Club With 5th Olympic Gold Medal

"Caleb Dressel highlights a golden man for team USA as the swimming portion of the game's concludes on Sunday morning Dressel open the heat by winning the fifty meter freestyle in an Olympic record twenty one point oh seven seconds and ended the heat by picking up his fifth gold medal as part of the four by one hundred medley relay team which also set a new Olympic record time Dressel finishes the Tokyo games with five gold medals Robert Fink won a gold in the fifteen hundred meter freestyle as team USA swept the men's and women's eight hundred and fifteen hundreds and team USA's woman snagged the silver in the women's four by one hundred medley relay I'm Danny cap

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"finks" Discussed on Welcome to Night Vale

Welcome to Night Vale

04:11 min | 11 months ago

"finks" Discussed on Welcome to Night Vale

"Passing mr nathaniel house. Mr nathaniel was washing his car. He washed his car constantly. Even though there was usually a drought declared in southern california and he never seemed to drive it anywhere so the car never got dirty. It was a ford pickup stationed always in the driveway. Not only did mr nathaniel. Hose it down a couple of times a week but he also liked to spray down his driveway in the sidewalk in front of it. It drove esther's father crazy. We're in a water shortage. And he's watering the sidewalk. Her father would say peeking. Through the blinds of their front window at mr nathaniel who was stubbornly sprang the concrete like it might sprout and grow once mr nathaniel had even gone out in the middle of a rainstorm standing outside without an umbrella or jacket. His shirt clinging and turning see-through spring water onto a driveway. That had already become a waterfall. After two days of rain that time esther's father had been too angry even to speak i. He had said to esther waving his hand. Well he had said and then he had gone to take a nap. Sometimes when esther's father got too frustrated he would just take a nap. Esther didn't like mr nathaniel not for the same reason as her father. She also thought that his constant car and sidewalk watching wasteful. But the real reason she didn't like mr nathaniel was because there was an aspect about him that unsettled her. Nothing specific but on a gut level. He didn't feel right. She hated walking by his house when he was outside which he often was. Hair must wrinkled face..

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"finks" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"finks" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"Why would you make get her. A farmer grizz. Larry had so many emails. Give really email address. Had so many winks. You know our moves. I don't remember what they were caught. I've done my part is what i'm trying to. You know. I get something i need to like. Yeah i'm seventy too much with these yossi also very. You're i think you're very smart to and it. It's really hard to find someone who can who can be on your level. It's fair sokoto. Also especially i will say this to. I found 'cause. I'm also like a little bit of a roaster and like i said that was. That was a black secretary That was very low. There's a lot there without that love with love thing i do find that straight men have tr- i've in my experience. They have had trouble with the woman who can like. Sling the jokes. Oh percent jacket. They do and they just want all this praise and i'm like what have you done but i also want the angeles which i was living in new york. I met so many more guys that i connected with living in. La with a bunch of young gorgeous actors and yes. That's kind of you to say but sometimes they wanna hook up with me and that's more whatever but it's like i don't wanna listen to your mix tape. I don't wanna talk about your agents. i i'm grown. i'm like. I don't know there's a peter pan syndrome to the straight men here and i just wanted to say okay. Gave you a hot young actress. She was everything you wanted. And now you're bored. So i'll bring your personality. Yeah i will bring you events activities. Yeah but i won't listen to your mix tape when i won't send it to anyone. I know it. Sony really enjoy being free. I also really enjoy being single to do i. I guess i look i obviously. It's it's so unfair that women can't admit that. Yeah in babylon. But i do think you like like i also feel like sorry mom because you're gonna listen to this. I don't need like a lot of sex. Yeah like i'll have like okay. It's been a year. I guess years i'm like i'm not like these people like tipsy. I snooze or eat snacks. i don't get on the phone and try to find someone to hook up with. Like i don't like strolled strangers. All i like very young. That's not my thing. Yeah so i think a lot of times people looking for that like physical connection is how they find a relationship and i just don't look right. You're not you're not motivated by that. I get that you know we say on this show. I'm sex negative and you sex life. i'm so sex. Negative the yeah you know so we definitely get it. Do you live love feet all of it. Just i don't want to do it. And i that i mean i mean i'm gonna give me some credit because she's not giving yourself credit the guys that actually has dated have been with like they have all been gorgeous hot all delete of a cw show cw. Yes oh she's she's been a little misleading. Yes what once every solar eclipse cw clear bad room. Interestingly reading this thing about that. And there's this weird thing about like. I'm a plus size women. I'm very proud of that. I don't make any bones about that but there's this thing where like really hot men have never had to have their social currency. Be anything other than being hot so a lot of like guys. Who aren't that handsome or or not even handsome successful and all of these things. They want like a hot bitch because it makes them feel like they have social real estate. So they're like and that's fine. Whatever you're attracted to. It's not that but there's this weird thing. Where like i'll i'm happy to guys who like santa claus but they don't wanna fuck me they in la at least they wanna have sex with the girl who they can bring to a party and everyone's academy he get her a lot of times. Not everybody. this is not speaking for everybody but weirdly. There's this thing about guys who argued looking and then don't have to worry about much they don't think twice about hitting on someone like me because it's make them feel insecure which is like a weird psychological thing. Buddy thought it was very interesting. No that's very. I'm trying to think about that concept. This idea of like hitting on someone like i. What's the word. I'm hundred trying to say like. I was like how. Because i don't think hitting on someone is like something. I'm communicating to the world around me talk to you. I'm not even thinking about what other people are thinking of me talking to you totally same that idea like that layer of sort of social self conscious social consciousness. Really right to be all issue in this in la especially on this industry and like you have a guy. I've literally had guys milk. I like you so much. But i can tell. It's like they're not comfortable. You know what i'm saying with me like in a party situation and like i'm too old for that. That was years ago. But like yeah. It's so interesting that's true. Though i mean i i can pull at a party. I go find the most famous person self tag me imagine. I think it's an inner circle more than that. That's that's the way that's the way it is interesting now. I got a three picture. Deal with a ryan so ryan nineteen ninety-one they. I never left the way. I i've been able to navigate. La just like meeting people. I really do think like having done. Standup makes it so that like. I'm not particularly intimidated by people. Having been on a stage and had like a hundred is looking at you like what are you doing. I'm like okay you totally. You saved me from like being that kind of person who's like. Oh god what are we doing where we going you know and like who's going to be there's like oh yeah ones. They're my dream. Party is to people. That's me one hundred percent and that comes with maturity too. Yeah i think it's a very juvenile trait to like. Oh we're going. Who's here what's next. Yeah well it's also people are kind of mature in in. Yeah.

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"finks" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"finks" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"They never stopped being as ill when private on all of his accounts fairly and time you know people sort of calm down with time but it hasn't i mean there's still they should be old enough now to know that the tv wasn't real. Gotten a lot of apology letters from time. Like from like you know. They're probably the early twenties now. I think i was so i was so out of line. I should not have sent that severed head in. You know it's nice that people are learning and growing surprised by and my dad told me he was straight up. When gilligan's island was on the air people would call him. Like you rescue. These people like it's been it's a forever thing where there's a certain type of person who watches tv and their so lost in it that they don't can't separate and you you expect that like on the internet but like i'm unrealized once a crossover that's when i was like oh my god i in a way of course but that's the thing that at what point did you realize that that reality and television fiction is a totally different thing from reality when you oh wait. He has another boyfriend and he's not fourteen. How old people in cleese. i don't work. I started young. I was actually a child. I know my character started fourteen in his age. Kind of jumped around shot around. It was like his eighteenth birthday. One right he's in college but we never out of sixteen. I'm not quite sure exactly. Linear linear wasn't what i like. I like these people. And i like the things they do. I'm going to ruin them in real life like i. What point does i think the answer to why people are crazing. Wouldn't you may look. This is the like slightest like point. Zero zero one percent shape at every once in a while every couple months. They'll be like someone will comment on on the couple's therapy on the apple charts and say on the apple charts and say like naomi needs road. Podcast dropped the drip and it just like her hitting. We brought you here to tell ya yes. We've looked up the ip address. We figured it out but like it's just like well. What do you think you as a fan of this person. You're endearing yourself to them by like hurting the people that they love like insulting the people like. I'm sorry. i think it was cute to say that to me and it's lice. It's still a mystery to me. One thing i know for sure is eight is hard enough to date in los angeles as it is when you add fourteen thousand fourteen year old girls who are trying to actively sabotage relationship yup in the miracle. It's miracle of us. Were able to have successful relationships outside. Well yes you said for a second ash. Christie joked. I needed a protector. But ashley you were like year. That was kind of it. Was that obviously your personalities. Like chris you are. The mellow one not wasn't shy. I would use the word shy. It's not yet it's not like you're not you're anxious and he's like all type a good way not a right but he is like one hundred percent. I feel like. I do fall into the beta role with chris in that. I am like whatever you want. let's do it. Yeah weirdly like you know you say what you want your very direct. Oh yeah like. I feel like for sure i would imagine they. You have also help crispy a little more direct irl. I didn't pan. Did the pandemic has actually made a switch personnel percent. It's har- it's free ride. Is i very much an interview before pandemic and she was extrovert in a net. Just something happened and something happened. Caused mickley in our our the opposite. Yeah it's so interesting. But i do think i do think us we were drawn together for a reason. I was absolutely as protector. I was older. I had already done a lot of fun. Wild things and chris was eighteen or nineteen. And i was like. There's this little baby gay and he needs a mama and she stepped up. And i was like i i got you and i do think i think it was meant to be in a weird way. Thank god because i got only knows what would have happened because you know i would have are parties. She was like you're not going to already like you're like there are people that would invite me over. And you're not going to that house not going that producers house that we some people we now know of. Yeah right right right but there is i mean. I was certainly aware of things that chris was not aware of and i was like not not my kid. Not not not my son. He's not gonna have means you story. As long as i'm around they mean and i think that was lucky. I think you need somebody. I need someone who knew the ropes. You also like eighteen years old and doing something that huge nobody could have planned right wrigley on a world tour. People like the the beatles you know it was insane. People were throwing their children at us. Like catches vince crazy. And all this stuff and all the attention and in so much of it was on him because he was so talented he won the golden globe and it was just like. I don't know. I felt very lucky that i got to be in that position to like look out for him. Yeah why what made you and you said you had done some wild and crazy things. But you're from california originally texas actually ticks. I know sorry don't always claim it. But no i am from texas but did you start acting. Like in the biz. Officially acting. I wanted to a performing arts high school here in california and then You know. I started working at like sixteen and i had done. You know i guess on another show. And i had done a big gay indie movie and i got to go all over the world with that and so i i was sort of met like i had. I had been on a lot of the fun. The work part of it but also like the party queer side of it. And so i sort. It was like this are fun and like i love that for you but i also want to make sure he's protected. Yeah kind of. Chris would be safe to say that you not have a hard time. You take your time like letting people in. Oh absolutely absolutely. Yeah no. I have always been that way ever since i was a kid though. Yeah i i've always been a growing up in a in a very very conservative small town. And and being closeted. I really just. I was always too afraid to get close to people because i was always afraid someone would Out me essentially like may maybe not like an orientation sense but just like in a general sentence like i always had this kind of like i be the victim of a witch-hunt kind of kind of thing. So i have always been very very guarded. His ashley he'll tell you all our business at starbucks i'm like do you want to know about my trauma. No it's very true very opposite in that way jn that like having so many eyes on you just exacerbates that feeling. Oh yeah absolutely young. I feel like the just like the time in which that all happened had such a important role in it too Like i only can speak from my point of view. Because i've i've only been me But You know back back then. It was like you know you. You told like. don't come out. I was told many times by many people. Don't don't come out the closet you will ruin your career and and i shouldn't point i because there's a lot of examples of people who do come out and then they they never work again That i started kind of believe it. But i also was like i would rather i'm gonna put my life i in my career second And it's funny. I've never stop working..

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"finks" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"finks" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"Everyone and welcome to couples therapy. I me mandy. And we're in a real life couple a real life couple of comedians on couples therapy. We answer a couple of questions from a couple of different listeners. Here we are. it's a sunday afternoon steaming. Hot the cat is lying on the table. I'm not wearing any pants against nature against against all things holy. This is where we are right now. But i think we are in a moment now me. I will say this of joy. Mabel on friday had her final chemotherapy treatment. I know it was so funny. Because it was like so anti-climactic. I really wanted the gist balloons. I wanted horn. I wanted all of the staff at the hospital to just march or something. It said someone came out and just on their phone they played a sound effect of the price is right when you fuck up didn't happen. So that's why pigs. Thanks for underlining that that didn't happen anyway you guys. It is sunday thursday. I'm going to new york city my first time on a plane and almost a year and a half. Yeah i've been thank you so naomi if you didn't know this dear listeners. Naomi is taping a netflix special early august. And the first time. Because you're gonna fly and do some shows. I'm gonna come join you later with mabel with newly chemotherapy free mabel yes and yeah i haven't really thought about the flying part i've been kind of putting it out of my head. Yeah i know what you mean. But i'm definitely going to be masked up and taking all my wipes We are flying delta variant. i wonder if like anyone's fine delta now delta and get the delta variant. i don't know you would think. Hey i if i'm gonna flying. I'm going to it anyway. I might as well the irony. Synchronicity of the non dominant synchronicity. Oh my god nominative. Secret is city. Hey hey you can have go to grad school for philosophy. Have this vocabulary and some debt. Think about it. Hey you wanna well. I mean that for other stuff but i would not look here number one. I would not suggest going to grad school. If you don't get fellowship thank you. That's why did not go to nyu 'cause they're like oh. No this is on your back. And i'm like i don't know if a master's degree in philosophy of experimental literature. Good luck to you. I don't know if a master's degree in philosophy of experimental literature really gonna pay for itself. So maybe i don't do this. Yeah very very smart. I mean what job do you go into with the philosophy degree law or teaching philosophy. Right those options kind of. Oh well undergrad. While i mean. I doubt like most like philosophy. Grad students go into law. But it's like an option. I don't understand what you do with a philosophy degree. You teach you. My parents friends at ater. When i was in grad school. That's me what do you. What are you gonna do work at mcdonald's after this. Oh i would never say that but anyway can we talk about our guests. Because they're very exciting this. I mean yes nam. Why don't you excited to even say anything. Well we've got dear friends chris. Colfer and ashley fink. They're dear friends of ours their bestes- the two of them and they've just been real gift to us in los angeles. They become just great friends and they like to have a good time and invite us to movies. And that's all i really want in. Life is just to be invited to movie. Yeah we said this on an early episode of the show at some point without naming. Chris yeah but like when we started to feel like los angeles was home was when we started to be friends with chris and his boyfriend will. Yeah because it was just like you know we just hang out. It was just yeah. It was a hang time. It was a very chill. They've got two dogs one of them's ninety pounds. And just lay on him adrift myself over him. Now we're just going on and on but let me give you the basics. You may know chris. Colfer ashley fink from their work on glee for which chris won a golden globe. He's also the writer of the book series the land of stories and a tale of magic. He's out writing books on books on books for the children. And they're gorgeous so you're going to have the time that's what i thought. That was a dramatic politician and made it. But i think it's gonna be fine because they're fund and ashley is hilarious. Yeah so without any further ado..

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"finks" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"finks" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"State's game stop position surged in value by more than nine hundred percent to eight point. Two million dollars obviously not huge numbers in total but fascinating nonetheless all of this. According to a report business insider that said the state also made a big bet on tesla ramping up its investment from two thousand shares at the industry timbre to one hundred twenty seven thousand shares at the end of december overall alaska stock portfolio rose in value by seven percent to nine point nine billion dollars last quarter not bad for state that was ranked. We should mention last.

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"finks" Discussed on ELITE University

ELITE University

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"finks" Discussed on ELITE University

"Have some happiness right but it'll be it'll be fleeting contentment. And one nece is only achieved from focusing on who are in restoring that link and the rest happens without words without anything. It's an intuitively designed system that that changes the outward perceptions of your entire live with no rallies no tickets. I got the front row like none of those things. It happens in the heart in the seoul in the backcountry of here in montana. And that's my journey. And that's all i do so like if i go do. Something has a profound impact on my life. I just had it with that off. Did it works. i do that like it it. So that's that's what's cool about the program. It's innovative not a program. I called the un program really because it's not a program because we don't tell them any the they're like they're out there like learning again on himselves spending forty one days with themselves it is saying hi to complete and total stranger. And that's a sad thing when you're fifty years old or forty five years old and your life your kids off to college. You're miserable you're all kinds of Life is down and you're like the whole time what you're looking for. you already had. you already had. It was right there in your front pocket love. It sounds about as good a place to sick. That landing as i've ever heard. I definitely appreciate you spending so much time sharing your story and everything so for the folks that are all about you and i like his vibe or somebody that's like fuck. I know somebody who needs to know him. Where's that the folks should start their journey. Well you can check us out at heroes and horses dot org. You can check us out on instagram. At heroes and horses and you know we have a lot of incredible content that we put out there kind of a lot of the things i shared. We share. we don't like Or not i mean we're just really raw and honest and what we put out there when people like our and at the analytics or any of those things and we share really strong messages in checking out on my own instagram Hundred dollars or something. Right access started at which i love out there saying the words at three hundred three speaking my truth man. I'm doing differently now and asked what i say to. The machine sucks but check out. Here is an dot org. This is a wonderful broadcast jonathan. I'm really thankful for the opportunity. I'm great to reconnect with you. I'm really glad that like you reached out. And i see stuff you're doing. I loved it. And you've got a lot to offer the world in a. I've read through a lot of your stuff. So stay that course and in his sounds like you are in And i look forward to working with again. The future huge thanks to mica for being our first guest of the show. I really appreciate him again and sharing his work and again. This was just a fraction of the conversation. We had supporters of the podcast will get access to the full conversation or as much of the conversation. I'm legally allowed to share without violating national security protocols. And that's not a joke. And i want to thank members of the elite university who are currently supporting the project through memberships taking courses and being active in the community in no particular order. Peter vale walker. Brad rutta crater hunter sacra tillis. Faster russ zero zero nine one neo. C seven judd taylor will hair. Vw conception sushi are if a tom britain franklin brown seed monte raymond riley madeira. I o benjamin williams. Sydney smith liquid death. T graham lewis a twenty ryan are john k andrew hill t s michael. Johnson had a bit biz. Sickener fig bus and finally we'll go to join the community head over to elite dot university in find your way in there. This has been the elite university. Podcast your host jonathan richard..

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"finks" Discussed on ELITE University

ELITE University

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"finks" Discussed on ELITE University

"Dirt bikes or whatever jumping in you know in the back of your head that there is a chance that somebody in this group is not coming back on that bird in when that happens. You know in your at two o'clock in the morning and someone's bleed now helicopter amazon red lights on all these things are going down. You'd better know who you are. You know the time figure. That isn't gonna be there really like you know what i shouldn't went to college like. Yeah you so. That's why the process is designed because The things that are ask guys in special operations capacity is a lot of stories will never be told of what happens or the guys who just choose not to tell them. There's a there's a real beauty in it because there's an authenticity that i think us as human beings craven. Today's world where it's like you know. It's really just full of distortions illusions and you know it's like it's all about self identification and so you have these experiences and then you identify with those experiences and then you spend a portion of your life trying to fulfill the needs of those That experience identification in that kind of piddles out. You gotta do the next thing. Become the next person and then everyone's running around trying to become a thing everybody's trying to be a thing right when the idea is really to become nothing in become nothing then you become something in that something is who you are as a person in the battlefield. What you see is this authenticity of human existence. The relationships that are formed you know the brotherhood like the things you overcome. You know somebody dies. You know the next the next night you're sitting there and you're getting ready to go back out. It's not like the show stops. Also in the wars like whoa. They've lost the guy. So you're getting mortar again. Bombed like shit's going off. Like you gotta go get bad guys. You got clear head clear. Clear that space and go out and do the job and not make any mistakes. So i mean there is i feel fortunate to have had that glimpse into the human experience and then to be able to still that down to four life is today time for a quick intermission. I want to invite you to join the elite university. It's a growing community of entrepreneurs freelancers life. Hackers and more there are free courses. A community indepence both online and in person that are not available to the general public also as a supporter of the podcast at a couple of bucks a month. You'll get access to the full uncut video recordings with guests before they're released as polished episodes. You'll also have a chance to ask guest your questions in future episodes and get access to more bonus content so if you have ambitions to become the best of the best at what you do then you need to be a part of this community. We'd love to see you in there and help you get where you're going now back to the conversation with my own and for folks that that aren't familiar with with your work. How did you come up with the program. Did you go get a phd in merger. Waste through it what. Walk me through how you dreamt this whole whole scheme up well the latter hathaway said is right dreamt it up because i you know i always use the example mike people you know the psychologist and people always i do these. I did something with like three hundred and fifty doctors in their all. These ten pound brains right and i told them i was like. You've got a masters degree and other people's ideas okay. I don't have them masters degree. My own ideas mirvac. I've in my own ideas and your regurgitating stuff and your professional at learning other people's stuff and everybody always asked me like so where who taught you like what book magnum who you like nobody like. Where'd you read. I'm like idea. And they're like what so. where did you at. i'm like. why do i always learn something somebody else. Because if you make the space for yourself to become creative and when you become creative and you learn to trust your intuition than you know that voice out of the nothingness things appear to you and then you gotta use your willpower your mind to carry out. You know those impressions and and you know whatever. That voice is impressing upon you. So you know. I didn't you know once again. I'm like a guy that is on more. You know so. I like i just didn't take the Just didn't like what they were telling. You is wrong with me. I just. I just disagreed with it. I just i thought they were the stupid ones. Because i'm like you know how no to human beings on earth are life. Nobody we don't have the same. Dna matter of fact we share sixty six percent of our dna with a banana so I like a. I got all. Da were allowed to go to a rabbit trail. But like you know that like one gram of dna of human being can contain all the digital information in the entire planet. I write the nominal right. I mean you know your mind guy like it's phenomenal like here we are. You know driving our little like honda prelude to the. Va wander in there in. Here are some like frumpy. Dude said narrative hon near like looks through his stuff like you look all his degrees on the wall who come the. If k gives a little bit valium puts you on area do this. And you outsource your to this blob sitting there and you're like then it doesn't work you scratching your head like i don't know why there must be something wrong with me. I'm like hey let's dial it back to the drive in the honda. Prelude to the blob. Like i mean. Why did we just give up her entire life. Like to some clear until data's bizarre to me right like it's so bizarre it'd be like hey ma'am we got to choose a life or death. Whatever is underneath there in guys like now man. You choose foregin marie. That's exactly how i feel about. It was like you know you should be set free to come up with your own ideas. And if you've never had one you know starve yourself until you come up with one. Listen i mean. I i just last week i did a. I did so one thing integrated in the program on day. Forty one the last days purification day. And we gotta this lakota sweat lodge being built on the ranch and so last week i had to had tested out and you know so i went in there and man it actually like super was intense but the interesting thing is like the.

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"finks" Discussed on Rose Buddies

Rose Buddies

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"finks" Discussed on Rose Buddies

"Blooms of fire around the door loose in. Its frame and around the transom. The light from the hall burns and straight lines and casts up narrow beams on the ceiling. A figure throwing up its arms for joy in the mirror. The angles of the room are calm. It is our when you can see. The angle itself is blessed and the dark. Globes of the chandeliers suspended in the mirror are motionless. I can feel my ovaries deep in my body. I gaze at the silvery bulbs. Maybe i am looking at my ovaries. It is clear everything. I look at israel and good. We have come to the end of questions. You run your palm warm large dry back along my face and over and over and over like god putting the finishing touches on before sending me down to be porn fuck. Yes a hot. A h- poem. There was a hot phone but it was also like incredible of. Yeah like they're you're transported. You're like i'm like looking down at this woman lying in bed. How was that was wild. That was one of the more sort of like. I don't know well. It's been awhile since you've been in the poetry. That's it's our harry visual in in the poetry corner that is there. Were so many parts of that poem that like like really stuck out to me that this is where questions in line i was like. What does that. And then we were already on the next one. This is why. I recommend if you enjoy listening to poems on this podcast. Like seeking them out because one. I don't do any kind of analysis when i read And to like you just miss a lot of stuff because you're just like image to image to image image phenomenal. Why do you like to. Yeah yeah when. I was taking notes. Share annals understandably. I guess is trying to be very humble about her work but she said in a salon interview. I think that my work is easy to understand. Because i am not a thinker. I am not a. How can i put it. I write in the way. I perceive i guess not really simple. I don't think but it's about ordinary things feeling about things about people. I'm not an electoral. I'm not an abstract thinker. And i'm interested in ordinary life. That's that is quite a big seattle humble-pie say you would have to be a bit of an abstract thinker to generate some of the imagery. That was just just delivered but she went. She went on to say that she is not asking upon to carry a lot of rocks in. Its pockets and just being an ordinary absurd. I love that shit when just like even talking casually about this stuff is like oh my now just being an ordinary observer and liver and feeler and letting the experience get through you know notebook with the pen through the arm out of the body onto the page without distortion. Hell yes that is really good. Yeah a lot of people. Talking i mean. She has gotten criticism for her poetry. 'cause i guess at another. Are these reviews that said lake that they were like to personal and to inwardly focused Seems quite quite subjective. I mean this. Like self-indulgent claim which i think is ridiculous for poetry like the act of writing a poem. One might say is a little self-indulgence otherwise you just write like a few sentences and not worry about the rhyming or any of that jazz. Yeah so i have another one. We a time or should i just direct listen to it. I think we've got a time. It's not a long one. This is just another one of those palms of the body. But it is not remotely sexual. Okay this poem is called the cast when the doctor cut off my son's cast the high scream of the soft filled the room and gaby's lap was covered with fluff like the chaff of thing emerging the down in the head yard down the seam that runs along the outside of the arm up the seem along the inside. That line were the color of a white boys armed. Changes like a fish from belly white to prison matic. The saw ranged freely. The saw that does not cut flesh. The doctor told us smiling than the horrible shriek down in a moment to nothing in he took a sharp silver wedge. Like a can opener and jimmy at the cracks until the creek of the glossy white false arm cracked and they're lay gabi. Sweet dirty forearm thin as darkin twig. He lifted it in astonishment. Like a gift. It's so light. He cried a lot of light coming out of his eyes. He fingered and grin. He picked up the haves and put them together and gripped it and carried it out through the waiting room and everyone smiled the way you smile at a wedding. So deep in us that desire to be healed and joined delighted you get dallas. Got me really go now. That was that. That was why i wanted to read it. Honestly like that is always in the times that i have written poems. I always strive for that. Like and i've mentioned this before though like that last little like. And here's why the paul. I'm writing this exists. Yeah it wasn't quite as sort of consistently. I don't know like transport as the first was but That last thing so hugely so hugely relatable like reminded me of like the. I went to school after getting my braces off. Mike and an like. Everybody said something because they recognize like day. This is a big deal deal for you. Yeah that's really nice. Yeah i wouldn't encourage folks to check her out I was not as familiar with her. Work as i think I am now glad that i am And she's a good poem sharon olds. Yeah hey thank you to bow in and augusta's for these themes money won't pay failing to that in the episode description and Thank you to maximum fun for having us on the network. So many good shows maximum fund dot org that you.

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"finks" Discussed on Rose Buddies

Rose Buddies

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"finks" Discussed on Rose Buddies

"Because that's a wild pitch. What pleasant word consuming this fluid slurp it up like a dirty job. We started think of an alternate name for the slur to lappy. You'll lap dog mouth years. I don't know it's hard to come up with a preferable name that also gives you such as a strong sense of what it is. I mean i can. I can pick apart the slurpee name but it is strong and it has worked out for them. A slushy slushy is a thing and then there in the world in huntington there were places that carried d. Did you go anywhere. Had slush monkeys now its own. I was like its own derivative that one was like super juicy. That one was like mostly liquid. Ed the slurpee carbonated beverage that gets frozen in straw and has the little spoon on your remembering great things about slurpee as we do this segment completely like independent from my own notes. And i'm bought up about la So there's an ingredient in slurpy that not a lot of people know about in the united states and it is adrenaline. No yucca extract. How do you pronounce that And that is a foaming agent. So that's how you get. The slurpy has a sort of drive. Finish you know what. I'm talking about them. And that comes from the the yucca which is not present in the territory where the slurpee is most frequently consumed. It is not america. Can you guess where what what country. Oh i feel like. I've heard this before wild. It's wild how much slurpee drink. I feel like somebody mentioned this on a different podcast and now i can't remember what it was maybe i i'll just say canada canada. Yeah see i heard it on. Stop podcasting yourself. Oh yeah can you. Purchase an average of thirty million slurpy each year. I think that means total for the whole country. Each canadian thirty million slurpy. And they're a the seven eleven company For their slurpee capital of the world. They named manitoba slurpee capital of the world in two twenty nineteen and also twenty eighteen and the twenty years prior to that manitoba has been like keeping it. Keeping it very was so cold would not tend towards a cold drink but here we are. I can't i could see that. I can't get that. I could get in on that. I don't know. I mean it's an exceptional beverage. It's really phenomenal beverage. And the flavors are pretty tame these days they they aren't prone to a lot of experimentation but back in the day seven eleven used to throw some pretty wild flavors in the mix I remember when it was like an event when they were like no we have on orange soda slurpy and it was like yeah. That's pretty good as all loaded into the family but the naming conventions are pretty pretty boring. Now as i blue raspberry right and coca-cola Let me hit you with some real actual names for flavors of slurpy that existed in the past when things were a lot more wait let me think the time period and say the tub thumper no no no no we're talking about like Like seventy eight. Oh yeah no. This is its way. Wild disco fever. You're getting closer pink fink. How about moonshine. That's seems like false Kissing cousin is one of ood. Probably my personal favorite gully washer. How about i would. I don't even know what flavor that would approach. I go for a gully drink. You would get a college party. Does how about this one. Hey and this may be heading to. Hey you know what some slack because maybe this meant something else back then. Okay sticky icky wow cleaner you have any descriptors on what these flavors are. Just the names sticky icky yicky. You clearly refers to the the like marijuana cigarette But that i.

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Havertz Helps Chelsea Lift UCL Trophy

ESPN FC

02:14 min | 1 year ago

Havertz Helps Chelsea Lift UCL Trophy

"Today's champions league final. We saw chelsea beat manchester city by one goal to nail says in the first half proving to be the difference between. That's a side as chelsea under thomas to co. Go on and win. The second champions league practices such open. Start this game. It was great sometimes. These finals the teams cancelling each other out. This quite we all to say yeah. I don't think any that even took in these players himself would have understood the city. We're going to have the bulk of the possession. Not that wasn't gonna worry jokes in look at chelsea in the positive side to start and sort of meander to losing coach. But you've got to take off to this club a abramovich and has people do not mess around. They made unpopular decision with some and sacking. Frank lampard a guy who had been an amazing servant to that club was a player but they felt they had to make a decision. This is a club just makes decisions right or wrong. You may agree or disagree made it. It was sorry cutthroat but it took her available. Let's go out. Let's get right experienced coach track record and he combined and i don't think i've seen a managed land the squads as fast as he. You think of all the changes. He made the first half a dozen game. He didn't he didn't know what that best eleven was going to be. It was the hudson a wingback. Lonzo the was chair willing to team. It was moan- team and he basically threw everybody together and not squad on. He lends a every player strength and weakness. He's on the job while still getting enough results to get them in the top four. Yeah and i think that was an amazing piece management fink about him. He just said to abramovich when he was taking this job. I'll talk for genetic cup final. Which doesn't play well. I know win the champions league for you. it probably would go out. The joe said you know if you roll. But he's pulled off the tip. My cup has been. He has done an absolutely amazing job with escorted

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2nd COVID-19 vaccine gets public review ahead of US decision

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

2nd COVID-19 vaccine gets public review ahead of US decision

"A second covert nineteen vaccine is closer to joining the pandemic flight a week after recommending a person to use approval of Pfizer's vaccine food and drug administration advisors are publicly reviewing another vaccine from the door and the national institutes of health the FDA's Doran Fink opened the meeting with a sober reminder echo the nineteen pandemic continue to worsen Ernest Hells axle the advisors help is on the way with the trial showing the company's vaccine is safe and highly effective we believe the results support emergency use authorization the panel's expected to sign off with the FDA itself likely to follow in hours or days adding another weapon to the biggest vaccination effort in American history Sager mag ani Washington

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"finks" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

13:12 min | 1 year ago

"finks" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Johnson and Johnson is temporarily paused. . It's cove nineteen vaccine clinical trials due to an unexplained illness in a study participant <hes> the development first reported by stat news notes that the study is not under a clinical hold that's the more serious hold and it's not immediately apparent whether the volunteer received the actual treatment. . Or a placebo. . That would be key difference J. J. says <unk> adverse events. . Events like illnesses aren't expected part of clinical studies but if they do find out, , yeah, , it was the placebo. . Well then. . It goes without saying. . Apparently. It's . not always immediately available for that but I read through that a lot because it it seems to me like you'd be able to figure out pretty quickly it to shutting down your entire thing if this was somebody who got the placebo. . That's why it's called the blind, , a double blind study or whatever you want people knowing who? ? Didn't. . I guess somebody knows I hope so or else you get. . Jeez. . Yeah. . Wow maybe. . Striking, , about this, , this is now the second one of these that we've had AstraZeneca's you know put a hold of briefly internationally on their efforts but by the way that effort I believe is not ongoing right now in the United States. . So if for example, , there was a hold on the Astra Zeneca project in the United States and they separate hold now on the Johnson and Johnson one minute. . It's not this is not a whole. . Holistic. . Pause. . Right. . A pause, , but there was a I the point I was trying to make was there was a pause if you WANNA use the word pause and hold I know there now there's a distinction between the two, , but there was also a pause on the Astra Zeneca program in the United States if they're also pause on the Johnson and Johnson Program in the United. States . then you're then you're now down to Pfizer and Madonna as the most promising. . The only other two that are even ongoing when you think about the time line for when these things become available, , it could become more challenged. . I I would. . I would wait until. . You know. . That's not like you to find the negative part of it, , but I mean I. . Came back. . It's not I hadn't realized I. Don't . know if you want. . I not. . Not a spinal thing like the other one I understand that. . Thousands of people in all these trials and you're talking about two cases that you don't even know we're going to result in Holt. . So it made push it out to ask what if the dates maybe bad possibly, , what possible what have you imagined that would have you imagined that the Astra Zeneca program would be running everywhere else in the in the world except the United States right now I I haven't thought realized that tried to mad and haven't tried Ed Needs is this means it's going to be the Astra Zeneca program to become available here at the United States in any kind of similar time. . That's the point. . For more on the news from Johnson and Johnson. . Let's bring in Dr Zeke Emanuel. . He of course, , the former White House health policy advisor under President Obama he's now vice provost of global initiatives at the university, , of Pennsylvania, , and he's currently an informal adviser to the Joe Biden campaign and the Covid nineteen and Vaccine Recommendations. . By the way he just co authored a research letter for the Journal of the American Medical Association comparing us, , covert fatalities to those of some larger OECD countries to talk about that in just a moment. . But Dr Manual let's start with this news from J. and J. Does this concern you? ? Well, , any time? ? There's a serious adverse event it has to concern you but I think as. . J. F. O. explained. . You know you have to let the process evolve you have to actually examine carefully what the? ? Situation is the adverse event is related to the vaccine or placebo. . Related to something else a pre existing condition, , and so those are exactly the kind of questions at. . Researchers will look at and try to uncover in the next few hours. . And then we'll find out more. . If it's in the you know arm with of the vaccine it does raise serious questions because you only have a few thousand people in the study like this one adverse event is serious especially when you're considering a vaccine that you're going to roll out to tens, , hundreds of millions of people maybe even billions of people. . So you know. . That's the that's the ultimate concern, , and this is actually standard process. . For every research study you get a serious adverse event, , you investigate it, , it happens all the time. . It's just the world's not always watching. . So closely to see what the developers are excited worth pointing out that the the CFO of Johnson and Johnson also pointed out, , they don't know any of these answers because they have turned it all over to independent investigators, , and that is what kind of beefs up the credibility issues around those. . The CFO himself has no idea even though this was thirty six hours ago whether this was in a placebo patients someone who actually received the vaccine will continue. . That they've been carefully collaborating with the NIH on this trial and you know that I also think should give the American public. . Some reassurance at this is going to be done thoroughly <hes> and to the highest scientific standards might detrimental. Let's . talk about that paper that you wrote. . You found that the United States did have higher death rates from Cova. . I think the big question is was that something that was taking place very early on in the pandemic and that has improved since then and what have you found? ? Tell us a little bit about your study. . So what we did is to take the United States mortality from it. . Compare it to eighteen. . Countries a high income countries like Japan and Australia Canada and Jeremy <hes>, , and also the countries that were hit very hard at the start Italy Spain, , France and other. . European countries. . And we looked at the whole period and compared to most countries <hes>. . We actually the United States has done poorly even if you include the early phase but if you exclude the early phase March and April when every <hes> many countries were overwhelmed especially places like Italy and Spain. . And you exclude them and then look say may after countries have experienced, , got their arms around how to manage this of virus. . I turns out the United States at extraordinarily bad even compared to places like Italy a we had <hes> from. . May Tenth. . To today <hes> roughly ninety thousand more deaths and we should have had we followed Italy scores ninety thousand Americans who died needlessly. . As I have pointed out before Italy didn't have anything special or different in terms of Treatment Vaccines Diagnostics compared to the United States, , what they have is better public health. . Implementation of the public health measures, , and that actually is a could could have saved tens of thousands of lives in the United States. . and. We . can see that when we compare our experience to those of other countries. . What are you talking about in terms of <hes> reactions? ? You mean people wearing masks, , you mean contact tracing do you mean testing that's put out? ? How much this you think falls on the healthcare system. . As a fault and how much of it rely falls on public policy reaction to it. . How much falls on just citizens following the rules well. . It's all of it, , but it's mainly the public health response in public policy. . It really is implementing those public health measures, , <hes> countrywide with fidelity. . And then slowly reopening. . So you do have to have social distancing you do have to have a trying not to go indoors. . You do have to have having crowds less than twenty. . You do have to have wearing face masks doing hand hygiene and focusing your testing and contact tracing capacity first of all, , building it up, , which we never did successfully in this country, , and then focusing it on hot spots because we know this virus breaks out. . A super spreading events it's not the usual person to person to person you know eighty to ninety percent of people will not pass this to anyone. . Ten percent to twenty percent of people 'cause eighty percent of the infection. . So you have to be able to identify them and quickly suppressed that we never built up that capacity the federal government under president trump punted it to the states and then states did very different. . Things had Florida right now as rapidly opened up restaurants and many other things and a lot of us are expecting super spreading situations in Florida. . We've seen. . Places that kind of ignored? ? This up and down the Midwest saying Oh it's not here. . Now having very high rates of cases <hes> we've had thirty one states that are going up and not down <hes>, , which is a very worrisome situation going into the fall and we're going to move inside. . It's going to much easier to pass this virus along. . And a lot of us are seriously worried about the consequences hazy I'm trying to do whether that was apples to apple. . So when in May in the United. . States. . We got we got a later start right <hes> in Europe and by May they're already seeing. . Progress over in Europe did you adjust I'm not sure whether you adjusted for that because we were right at the height. . Close to it in May still and and they were on the downside in. . Europe is. . Standardized that in a way or wrong on that or or because we were going to have a lot more. . A lot more deaths in in May than they would because they they were they got it a lot earlier there. . Then I have a follow up question to. . That is a super sophisticated question <hes> and you're one hundred percent, , right we started a week or two later than <hes> European countries like Italy France <hes>. . But if you make that adjustment, , it makes a slight difference not. . Difference Yeah. . So it's not it's not. . Our peak was in May and their peak was in the end of March early April. . In fact, our , peak was earlier in April. . and. . By, by , May tenth, , we should have gotten our arms around and then also in our paper, , we look at June seven and subsequently, , and even if you look at June seven, , we have tens of thousands of more debts that other countries like again the Netherlands France Spain. . Italy. . So we've done poorly, , and by the way our data collection goes through mid September. . So we've done poorly even with the August blip because of <hes> <hes> the. . Spring summer vacations in many European countries where we know people like Silvio Berlusconi in Italy partied and ignored <hes> all the recommendations and got cove it <hes>. . So we have done badly even after even if you include the fact that we got this about a week or two later compared to other countries that was a very good question typically on the <hes> high level statisticians or clinical researchers ask that kind of. . I don't with. . Feeling so good about myself. . All of a sudden the problems we've had here the number of cases the number of that's a number of hospitalizations was not inevitable. . It was a result of bad public health measures being implemented or not implemented as the case may be <hes>, , and you can see this repeatedly states seeming seeming to learn nothing like Florida rushing to open up restaurants bars when we should be slowly slowly be opening. . Detrimental very quickly. . It I guess we do have time for one more question how how much of an impact do you think a Americans healthiness versus other countries have how do we rate just in terms of underlying co morbidity is that might be there well, , it's a mixed bag for one thing our population skews younger than most European countries, , they have a much older population more people over sixty five. . And we know that older people tend to die from this disease unfortunately <hes> we have more co morbidity in terms of diabetes in terms of obesity, , but they have more Komo British in terms of lung problems because they have higher smoking rates in the United States <hes> Net Nan. . It probably comes out in the wash but <hes> we're going to have to do some more. . Rigorous Studies of the CO morbidity situation and the age distribution of the population. . But I don't think it's GonNa be tens of thousands of deaths. . It might be a few thousand maybe even ten thousand but the overwhelming response effect that about half of our deaths or unnecessary <hes> that's not gonNA come out because of small differences in co morbidity between our countries and their country. . Zeke thank you very much for your time. It's . really great talking to you. . Thank you very sophisticated questions this morning. .

BlackRocks Larry Fink; Johnson & Johnsons Vaccine Study

Squawk Pod

13:12 min | 1 year ago

BlackRocks Larry Fink; Johnson & Johnsons Vaccine Study

"Johnson and Johnson is temporarily paused. It's cove nineteen vaccine clinical trials due to an unexplained illness in a study participant the development first reported by stat news notes that the study is not under a clinical hold that's the more serious hold and it's not immediately apparent whether the volunteer received the actual treatment. Or a placebo. That would be key difference J. J. says adverse events. Events like illnesses aren't expected part of clinical studies but if they do find out, yeah, it was the placebo. Well then. It goes without saying. Apparently. It's not always immediately available for that but I read through that a lot because it it seems to me like you'd be able to figure out pretty quickly it to shutting down your entire thing if this was somebody who got the placebo. That's why it's called the blind, a double blind study or whatever you want people knowing who? Didn't. I guess somebody knows I hope so or else you get. Jeez. Yeah. Wow maybe. Striking, about this, this is now the second one of these that we've had AstraZeneca's you know put a hold of briefly internationally on their efforts but by the way that effort I believe is not ongoing right now in the United States. So if for example, there was a hold on the Astra Zeneca project in the United States and they separate hold now on the Johnson and Johnson one minute. It's not this is not a whole. Holistic. Pause. Right. A pause, but there was a I the point I was trying to make was there was a pause if you WANNA use the word pause and hold I know there now there's a distinction between the two, but there was also a pause on the Astra Zeneca program in the United States if they're also pause on the Johnson and Johnson Program in the United. States then you're then you're now down to Pfizer and Madonna as the most promising. The only other two that are even ongoing when you think about the time line for when these things become available, it could become more challenged. I I would. I would wait until. You know. That's not like you to find the negative part of it, but I mean I. Came back. It's not I hadn't realized I. Don't know if you want. I not. Not a spinal thing like the other one I understand that. Thousands of people in all these trials and you're talking about two cases that you don't even know we're going to result in Holt. So it made push it out to ask what if the dates maybe bad possibly, what possible what have you imagined that would have you imagined that the Astra Zeneca program would be running everywhere else in the in the world except the United States right now I I haven't thought realized that tried to mad and haven't tried Ed Needs is this means it's going to be the Astra Zeneca program to become available here at the United States in any kind of similar time. That's the point. For more on the news from Johnson and Johnson. Let's bring in Dr Zeke Emanuel. He of course, the former White House health policy advisor under President Obama he's now vice provost of global initiatives at the university, of Pennsylvania, and he's currently an informal adviser to the Joe Biden campaign and the Covid nineteen and Vaccine Recommendations. By the way he just co authored a research letter for the Journal of the American Medical Association comparing us, covert fatalities to those of some larger OECD countries to talk about that in just a moment. But Dr Manual let's start with this news from J. and J. Does this concern you? Well, any time? There's a serious adverse event it has to concern you but I think as. J. F. O. explained. You know you have to let the process evolve you have to actually examine carefully what the? Situation is the adverse event is related to the vaccine or placebo. Related to something else a pre existing condition, and so those are exactly the kind of questions at. Researchers will look at and try to uncover in the next few hours. And then we'll find out more. If it's in the you know arm with of the vaccine it does raise serious questions because you only have a few thousand people in the study like this one adverse event is serious especially when you're considering a vaccine that you're going to roll out to tens, hundreds of millions of people maybe even billions of people. So you know. That's the that's the ultimate concern, and this is actually standard process. For every research study you get a serious adverse event, you investigate it, it happens all the time. It's just the world's not always watching. So closely to see what the developers are excited worth pointing out that the the CFO of Johnson and Johnson also pointed out, they don't know any of these answers because they have turned it all over to independent investigators, and that is what kind of beefs up the credibility issues around those. The CFO himself has no idea even though this was thirty six hours ago whether this was in a placebo patients someone who actually received the vaccine will continue. That they've been carefully collaborating with the NIH on this trial and you know that I also think should give the American public. Some reassurance at this is going to be done thoroughly and to the highest scientific standards might detrimental. Let's talk about that paper that you wrote. You found that the United States did have higher death rates from Cova. I think the big question is was that something that was taking place very early on in the pandemic and that has improved since then and what have you found? Tell us a little bit about your study. So what we did is to take the United States mortality from it. Compare it to eighteen. Countries a high income countries like Japan and Australia Canada and Jeremy and also the countries that were hit very hard at the start Italy Spain, France and other. European countries. And we looked at the whole period and compared to most countries We actually the United States has done poorly even if you include the early phase but if you exclude the early phase March and April when every many countries were overwhelmed especially places like Italy and Spain. And you exclude them and then look say may after countries have experienced, got their arms around how to manage this of virus. I turns out the United States at extraordinarily bad even compared to places like Italy a we had from. May Tenth. To today roughly ninety thousand more deaths and we should have had we followed Italy scores ninety thousand Americans who died needlessly. As I have pointed out before Italy didn't have anything special or different in terms of Treatment Vaccines Diagnostics compared to the United States, what they have is better public health. Implementation of the public health measures, and that actually is a could could have saved tens of thousands of lives in the United States. and. We can see that when we compare our experience to those of other countries. What are you talking about in terms of reactions? You mean people wearing masks, you mean contact tracing do you mean testing that's put out? How much this you think falls on the healthcare system. As a fault and how much of it rely falls on public policy reaction to it. How much falls on just citizens following the rules well. It's all of it, but it's mainly the public health response in public policy. It really is implementing those public health measures, countrywide with fidelity. And then slowly reopening. So you do have to have social distancing you do have to have a trying not to go indoors. You do have to have having crowds less than twenty. You do have to have wearing face masks doing hand hygiene and focusing your testing and contact tracing capacity first of all, building it up, which we never did successfully in this country, and then focusing it on hot spots because we know this virus breaks out. A super spreading events it's not the usual person to person to person you know eighty to ninety percent of people will not pass this to anyone. Ten percent to twenty percent of people 'cause eighty percent of the infection. So you have to be able to identify them and quickly suppressed that we never built up that capacity the federal government under president trump punted it to the states and then states did very different. Things had Florida right now as rapidly opened up restaurants and many other things and a lot of us are expecting super spreading situations in Florida. We've seen. Places that kind of ignored? This up and down the Midwest saying Oh it's not here. Now having very high rates of cases we've had thirty one states that are going up and not down which is a very worrisome situation going into the fall and we're going to move inside. It's going to much easier to pass this virus along. And a lot of us are seriously worried about the consequences hazy I'm trying to do whether that was apples to apple. So when in May in the United. States. We got we got a later start right in Europe and by May they're already seeing. Progress over in Europe did you adjust I'm not sure whether you adjusted for that because we were right at the height. Close to it in May still and and they were on the downside in. Europe is. Standardized that in a way or wrong on that or or because we were going to have a lot more. A lot more deaths in in May than they would because they they were they got it a lot earlier there. Then I have a follow up question to. That is a super sophisticated question and you're one hundred percent, right we started a week or two later than European countries like Italy France But if you make that adjustment, it makes a slight difference not. Difference Yeah. So it's not it's not. Our peak was in May and their peak was in the end of March early April. In fact, our peak was earlier in April. and. By, by May tenth, we should have gotten our arms around and then also in our paper, we look at June seven and subsequently, and even if you look at June seven, we have tens of thousands of more debts that other countries like again the Netherlands France Spain. Italy. So we've done poorly, and by the way our data collection goes through mid September. So we've done poorly even with the August blip because of the. Spring summer vacations in many European countries where we know people like Silvio Berlusconi in Italy partied and ignored all the recommendations and got cove it So we have done badly even after even if you include the fact that we got this about a week or two later compared to other countries that was a very good question typically on the high level statisticians or clinical researchers ask that kind of. I don't with. Feeling so good about myself. All of a sudden the problems we've had here the number of cases the number of that's a number of hospitalizations was not inevitable. It was a result of bad public health measures being implemented or not implemented as the case may be and you can see this repeatedly states seeming seeming to learn nothing like Florida rushing to open up restaurants bars when we should be slowly slowly be opening. Detrimental very quickly. It I guess we do have time for one more question how how much of an impact do you think a Americans healthiness versus other countries have how do we rate just in terms of underlying co morbidity is that might be there well, it's a mixed bag for one thing our population skews younger than most European countries, they have a much older population more people over sixty five. And we know that older people tend to die from this disease unfortunately we have more co morbidity in terms of diabetes in terms of obesity, but they have more Komo British in terms of lung problems because they have higher smoking rates in the United States Net Nan. It probably comes out in the wash but we're going to have to do some more. Rigorous Studies of the CO morbidity situation and the age distribution of the population. But I don't think it's GonNa be tens of thousands of deaths. It might be a few thousand maybe even ten thousand but the overwhelming response effect that about half of our deaths or unnecessary that's not gonNA come out because of small differences in co morbidity between our countries and their country. Zeke thank you very much for your time. It's really great talking to you. Thank you very sophisticated questions this morning.

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"finks" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"finks" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Finks jewelers inside Della's Town centre because the doors closed this Saturday. Kosovo's Armstrong and Get'em a Hollywood blockbuster. You won't see any time soon. I grew up with all these movies about Russian spice. Why we don't accept that. That's where we are with China. I don't get it stolen billions of dollars worth of technology. That sounds a little racist to me. All right? We should be making block musters with the good guy catching Chinese spies trying to infiltrate America. Yeah, but we aren't No, absolutely not. Armstrong and getting 6 to 9 on talk Radio 5 60 ksfo. I'm Justin Hofer the marketplace minute. The economy is changing so fast. It's hard to keep up. Visor Stop is surging on positive travel in the age of Kobe. Some economists cautioned. Job gains will not be sustained. Give us just a minute of your time, and we'll bring you the latest on what's happening in the economy three times a day. I'll tell you what you need to know and why it matters all in 60 seconds. Just ask you're smart speaker to play the marketplace minute or find it wherever you get your podcasts. Taking a look at CASS Fo Traffic Berkeley Westbound 80 looking a little bit slower from the cockiness birds to the maze around. Ashby is where you slow down, and that's why you're seeing a 20 minute right as you're leaving the polio area, meanwhile, leaving San Francisco to Oakland eastbound 80. That's about 17 minutes from 101 toe Oakland. So really starting to bog down and on top of that, on the Bay Bridge on the lower deck, you have the left lane. Shut down for a little bit of bridge painting until two o'clock and looking at your right half Moon Bay to San Mateo Eastbound 92 about a 19 minute ride with KSFO traffic. Alden Jacob by Greg Hughes here with huge private capital of family operated real estate investment company. Do you.

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"finks" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"finks" Discussed on KGO 810

"Plan to visit Finks jewelers this Tuesday at Dulles town center fourteen after the hour accu weather dot com meteorologist Matt Randy has the national forecast what we have met we have an area of low pressure that is going to hold nearly stationary across the southeastern United States today this is going to continue the trend of showers and thunderstorms throughout the region from West Virginia Virginia South Florida Georgia and the Carolinas while clipping portions of eastern Kentucky and Tennessee the heaviest rainfall today will likely fall along the North Carolina and South Carolina coasts were one to two inches of rain will fall today and tonight farther inland rainfall will be scattered with most areas having less than a half an inch of rain along with this rain will be a cool day with afternoon temperatures about ten to twenty degrees below their usual mid June numbers meanwhile another powerful system will be moving into the northwest this will lead to some very unsettled conditions for the region there be rain and drizzle along the coast from northern most California to Washington with showers spreading inland and extending into Idaho and western Montana they'll be enough cooler with this system to also produce no and some of the higher elevations of the area the good news from this rain is that many of these areas are having some drought concerns elsewhere across the nation to be scattered afternoon thunderstorms and portions of New Mexico as well as South Texas Florida will continue with daily development showers thunderstorms heaviest during the afternoon scattered afternoon thunderstorms will also form in the northern plains from eastern North Dakota into Minnesota as well as western Wisconsin and the upper peninsula of Michigan high pressure will be present again across the rest of the Great Lakes region and continue through much of the northeast with plenty of sunshine much of the plains of southwest will also have sunshine and that's the weather across America Italy mainly cloudy in Richmond Virginia today with a shower or thunderstorm around high a cool seventy three Dallas Texas love abundant sunshine today with a seasonable high of ninety three that's the nation's weather hi Maggie weather dot com meteorologist Matt Randy the nation's high yesterday Phoenix Arizona at one oh seven below nineteen that bodhi state park California this is America in the morning sixteen after the hour I'm John trout the date word reached the last of the slaves freed during the civil war June.

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"finks" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"finks" Discussed on KGO 810

"Announcement Finks jewelers located inside Dulles town center is going out of business the public liquidation of all things jewelers merchandise will begin on Tuesday June sixteenth at eleven AM Finks jewelers is known for famous designer brand jewelry stunning diamonds precious gemstones engagement rings diamond stud earrings pearls sterling silver ring top designer Swiss timepieces storewide discounts will be up to seventy percent off so plan to visit Finks jewelers this Tuesday at Dulles town center hi this is Jay Farner CEO of rocket mortgage making the right financial decisions has never been more important we can help guide you to those right decisions now when they matter most mortgage rates are near historic lows so when you call eight three three eight rocket or visit us at rocket mortgage dot com to start your refinance you'll be well on your way to saving money every month the rate today on our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is three point three seven five percent APR three point five nine percent right now could be a great time for you to take some positive financial steps forward with a cash out refinance from rocket mortgage which could give you the boost that you're looking for in addition we may be able to help you refinance with little or no out of pocket costs at rocket mortgage we're committed to every client every time no exceptions no excuses giving you the best mortgage experience call us today at eight three three eight rocket we're going to rocket mortgage dot com to learn more rates of exchange a one point eight seven five percent feeders you discount rate call for cost information conditions equal housing lender license in all fifty states and all US number thirty three this is coast to coast AM now here's your guest host Lisa Garr welcome back to coast to coast AM just wanted let you know that I have a new show on free speech TV and if you go to the website which is the aware show dot com forward slash free speech TV.

"finks" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"finks" Discussed on WJR 760

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BlackRock fails to assuage climate critics with Fink's promises

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

BlackRock fails to assuage climate critics with Fink's promises

"You blackrock has promised to put climate change consent that the center of its investment strategy but that didn't stop activists from storming its powers of his estate protesters advocated the premises spring red paint on the floor wasn't covering bulls in graffiti the firm has seen protests in other cities over the past

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Worlds Largest Investment Firm To Put Sustainability at Heart of Its Investment Strategy

Business Wars Daily

03:26 min | 2 years ago

Worlds Largest Investment Firm To Put Sustainability at Heart of Its Investment Strategy

"Brom wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Monday January twentieth. You may have today off Martin Luther King King Day which is as good a time as any to contemplate the latest sea change in American business last week. The world's largest investment firm announced that it will now put sustainability at the center of its Investment Strategy Company. Called Black Rock also told clients that it will divest five hundred million dollars worth of shares in companies that produce. What's called thermal all cold? The kind of cold use to make electricity blackrock CEO. Larry Fink made the announcement in his yearly letter to chief executives of the world's largest companies writing quote climate it changes almost invariably the top issue that clients around the world raise with blackrock. Think also detail. The ways in which current estimates of business risk fail to account for economic onomic impacts of climate change and noted that the markets have been slow to accept these growing risks but he added quote awareness is rapidly changing and I believe we are on the edge of a fundamental reshaping of finance thinks yearly letter helped set the stage for the way business is done globally. That's because black rock managers about seven trillion trillion dollars worth of investments and its influence is everywhere that is in nearly every company and in the retirement accounts of millions of people but the new strategy doesn't simply revamped black rocks current way of doing business if the firm executes thoroughly it will be a fundamental overhaul in his words thinks as black rock will exit investments moments that pose a high sustainability related risk such as coal black rock also been tends to pressure companies to be transparent about their climate related risks and their sustainability sustainability plans. BLACKROCK will also double the number of its funds from seventy five to one hundred fifty that address environmental social and governance challenges if all that sounds suspiciously altruistic for an investment firm. Just take a look at the numbers. Think says his rationale for the shift is starkly financial simply put. Climate risk is investment risk. The Wall Street Journal reports that interest in sustainable surged in two thousand nineteen and said black. Rock wants to grow its assets in sustainable funds to a trillion dollars up from ninety billion dollars today. In part to attract more millennials investors. Besides black rock didn't make these choices on its own activists. Vists have long accused the company of having singularly poor record on the environment and pressured the firm to change its ways in November activists protested at black rocks. London offices offices dumping ashes there to call attention to fires in the Amazon. The accused the company of having a hand in causing those fires by investing in firms responsible for deforestation station according to CBS News while thinks letter takes a stand against coal. It does not promise to exit the fossil fuel business which accounts for a much larger proportion of black rocks assets. According to the Guardian. It is one of the top three investors in big oil. With last week's announcement black rock becomes the first of four

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BlackRock CEO says it’s time to tackle climate change — starting with coal

Environment: NPR

04:09 min | 2 years ago

BlackRock CEO says it’s time to tackle climate change — starting with coal

"The world's largest asset manager is putting climate change at the center of its Investment Strategy blackrock overseas almost seven trillion dollars in investments the founder and CEO made the announcement in his annual letters to clients and chief executives of the world's largest companies. He said blackrock will exit. Investments that present. Hi Sustainability Related risk. He also said the company would launch new investment products that screen for fossil fuels. I asked Larry Fink about his message to investors who might say. That's all well and good. But you're not maximizing my prophets well in the United States blackrock as a fiduciary has to live under that mandate. That is the Orissa rules in the United States that the number responsibilities maximize return this is one of the reason why the United States is actually behind many places the world that places sustainability much more prominent. We've also made a statement that we believe in a sustainable portfolio will outperform or indeed. We'll maximize your profits over a long period of time. Their real questions about how you define a sustainable portfolio for example you've announce at blackrock will sell out of all companies that get more than a quarter of their sales from thermal coal. That still still leave some of the biggest coal producers in your portfolio because they do a lot of other things too. So tell me about how you made this call well. Coal is a very small component of any investment universe verse. It's a very small fraction. The principal standard most people use as a standard a fifty percent less. We brought that down to twenty five percent less. But let's be clear Cole is it represents a small component of the investible universe. I think the other things that we announced creating more products more indexes that have sustainability is a key characteristic. Because it'd be a lot more important that whether we invest in in coal companies that have twenty-five percent less of the revenues and coal. The key characteristic is making sure that more and more investors use sustainability as a metrics to look at investing and we we will create the tools. We will have the tools to help people guide that climate activists have staged protests outside of Blackhawks headquarters. Members of Congress have urged to do more. Tell us about why you're making this decision. Now we're doing this on behalf of clients. I have not done this with the idea focused on any activist groups or any other voice we are a voice to the investors. Our job is to be speaking on behalf of investors and I wrote this letter not as an environmentalist. I wrote this letter as a capitalist. was there one event or conversation or news story that really flipped the switch for you that made you think this is a moment. We have to fundamentally changed course now is really the sum some of all my conversations in every part of the world with our clients and witnessing their questions about this and it really became very clear to me as somebody somebody embiid and finance for forty four years. Very clear to me that we're at a point. Now where more and more people believe in the science of climate change more and more people are worried about their portfolios and how their portfolio is going to be performing over a ten year horizon some cities that have consistent problems related to flooding or fires. Those cities are GonNa have a harder time financing their debt over a long horizon. I raise a question about the role of a thirty year mortgage in areas where climate change could have a serious impact over time. Would you adequately issue a thirty year mortgage if you can't get proper private flood or fire insurance and so this is how we believe. We're seeing capital changing changing. If more and more people believe that climate change is going to impact their evaluations of their portfolios they're going to shape their portfolio. That's going to have less risk. We want to design better techniques. Better analytics to help our investors and how they hey can be better prepared for the eventuality of physical change in the World Larry. Fink is founder and CEO of blackrock. Thanks for speaking with us

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Finding Your Purpose for 2020 with Joanne Fink

Live Happy Now

08:11 min | 2 years ago

Finding Your Purpose for 2020 with Joanne Fink

"People start the new year with a renewed commitment to change or to following a new purpose in life. Today's guest gives us a guidebook to go on that journey. Joanne Fink is an award winning designer an author of books on creativity grief faith and spirituality with more than a million books in print she has created journals that help each reader explore their own path in their own time her latest book. My spiritual journey is a guided added. Journal the ask the hard questions needed to help you. Ground yourself and gratitude find deeper connections and look at what you need to get where you want to be to an welcome to the last episode of the decade of live happy. Now Wow I am. Honored should be the last episode guest online on no pressure descent up all of twenty nineteen in the years that preceded it but you. I wanted to talk to do you for this episode in particular because this is a time of year when everyone's thinking about what they're gonNA do for the New Year what they wanna do differently and better and that is what your journal. My spiritual journey is all about. So can you tell us first of all why you wanted to do this. Journal in particular my spiritual journey is basically a roadmap to helping people discover who they are at their core in an understanding about what they are innately gifted at what they're passionate about held they are. Upbringing has given a unique perspective on life. After record now use our and after they discover does those things it helps them set. It helps them discover their personal purpose at this point in their journey and then said intentions to to fill that purpose and then implement the intentions and a little bit of tracking the impact that you can have in the world. I believe that we are all here for the same basic purpose which is to use irony gifts to make a difference in the world but I we do that are and writing is not the same as how you do that to your broadcasting skills and the other talents that you contribute it'd be and everybody's journeys unique in everybody's purpose is unique. Which is why unfond of the phrase personal purpose roles else like that because when you say purpose it's that is such a huge word that in itself can be intimidating if you you know if you go up to a kid and say what what is your purpose? They're going to just run and say I don't know but you've taken purpose and made it. You broken it down into such a beautiful exercise size of expiration. Can you talk first of all why. It's so important that each of us can find our personal purpose. I think it's important to be able to sign your purpose e because if you don't know what you're here to do then you can't fulfill your purpose and not every purpose purpose is world changing. You know. Someone's purpose might be to be a wonderful parent to beautify. Hi The neighborhood you know. There are lots of different levels of purposes and our purpose changes throughout our lives the purpose that I and and implementing right now which is to help people tap into their own unique abilities ho-nam and use them to make the difference in the world. Making that is my current personal purpose is not the same as my purpose was a decade ago or two decades ago and so so as we grow our purpose can change and one of the things that I like about this road map if you will to implementing your personal purpose. Is that as you go through this journey by the time you're done you're not the same person you were renew began and it's okay to go back and answer the questions again in light of what you have learned about yourself previously and that's interesting because I hadn't thought of it in those terms about you know it's kind of like finishing the ride on the rollercoaster and going. Oh I'M GONNA go run and do that again. But that is a great approach approach to be able to say. Oh I'm going to have different answers and I'm going to be able to approach this differently. You know it's all part of the journey that at each of us goes through and there are stages of journeys that we enjoy more than others but a lot of interest section. I think really help should swift sold growth as you were working on this journal and you were developing these questions and these exercises. How did you go about that? Because what strikes me he is is how well thought out. This is and how it really is like. You're holding our hand the entire time and there's so many things I never would have thought to include. That are so influential. And how did you come up with all of that well. This book took me more than a year or two both right and illustrate and I started by so I have a a spiritual practice that I call morning journal. I wake up every morning and being a person who walks in faith I do some praying and then I read something uplifting or inspiring hiring and then I put pen to paper somedays doodle. Somedays I writer response to whatever I've read had some days. I write down whatever's in my heart of prayer for Shimon. Perhaps and so I started by going through do all of my journals that I kept over the last few years and writing down all the questions that I had asked myself some of which I did not answer but I had a lot of questions in my journals and then as I thought through the process as lifelong long spiritual seeker finding connection is really important to me and thinking through what I needed to do in order to explain that process to other people helped me questions I think I had five hundred questions narrowed it down narrowed it down and early on I e cause heart of what I want to do is encourage people to be happy the optimistic practice positively. I did not take out all of the negative questions. Because it's important to look at those aspects of your life that are not as uplifting and most of those I think are in the perspective chapter but overall the questions are designed to make you thank you about not just to you are but how you want to impact world in other words. What do you want your legacy to be? And then after each of the nine sections there exercises that you can do to help absorb the material so in the perspective active section for example. There's a gratitude tracker and since scientific way we know that it takes twenty one days to make ask a new habit. There's twenty one spaces to write down three things that you grateful for every day and things like that Bat I hope will be held for two people on their

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Majority of Brazilians Think Lula's Release from Prison Was Fair

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:25 min | 2 years ago

Majority of Brazilians Think Lula's Release from Prison Was Fair

"Fifty. Four percent of Brazilians Fink that the decision to free Lula was fair And forty two percent disagree agree. But that's quite interesting. Marcus when Lula went to jail in April French thousand eighteen. It was the opposite fifty. Four people actually said yes he should go to jail so I think there's been kind of a change of mind among Brazilians about that topic has brought that about well. I wonder if it's because the the the slyly and popularity clarity of variables scenario. Because there's being another question here if you trust You know what's Jacobson says. Forty two percent of people of Brazilians. They do not trust anything. They're both Sonata. Says for Lulu thirty seven percent so so it's quite interesting numbers and people are already predicting that you thousand twenty not to our next presidential election will be again a battle between both scenario and the Workers Party and who knows if there will be kind of a more centrist force in the country. So are you basically saying that now having joined ables Dinara in power makes former lead Seem more viable options a bit more interactive. I guess you gotTa Markus. That's exactly the point and always the Brazilian public feeling about abortion. Well again there's been quite a few polls released by full at some Paulo. I think the country is divided. Oh I didn't. Three at third of the country hates in third of the country still loves in and a third of the country's don't care it's literally divided like

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Architecting the Netlify Dashboard with React and Redux

Full Stack Radio

13:37 min | 3 years ago

Architecting the Netlify Dashboard with React and Redux

"It's my pleasure to be speaking with bill men. Who is the ceo of netto fi. How's it going that go it. Thanks for having me. Yum really excited to talk to you because <hes> nettle fi is sort of my go-to kind of example application. When i wanna just kinda see he what i what i feel like how good and app can actually feel to use on the internet your core product now as creating an incredible sort of hosting and deployment experience for people building all sorts of modern websites but i think something that haven't seen anyone i'm talking about at least in detail sort of the national atla fi dashboard and web app itself because it's it's. It's truly an amazing experience. It's probably my favorite app that i interact with on a daily basis so so if it's all good with you thought it'd be really interesting to sort of do a deep dive into sort of how it all works and how you guys have made it as excellent an experience as it is absolutely and thanks so much for the for the kind words <unk> truly encouraging <unk> in specific from for the team. That's sexually put in a lot of work of building out the u._i. And application absolutely so. I guess maybe the best place to start as far as sir. I have been told by the people that i spoke to win. Sort of trying to arrange this conversation. You were the one who initially broke ground on the doc sort of web application in my right and thinking that yes a yes that's true so defy originally the <unk> with me and chris might my co-founder building the initial version from from scratch so in the very the very first early britishers was spit balloon which was like in a similar tool in the same space space right for for deploying front end. It didn't have the c. i. C. d. component in so annoyed a and originally went went bootstrap that it's it's started out as <unk> guests <unk> application and and and becca in the the you i was actually built in the traditional rails approach where where whether you i was part of the application so i'm reading it and i felt that really like sort of can keep running running into the constraints of said so when we started in italy fi the rail said location became a pure a._p._i. For just doing the crud operations regions in the in the u i separated that i interested in into a <unk> application that was deployed with neatly fight right so at that point we we started really bootstrapping nibley fight to built in italy in disrespecting the angular wendy's rates so the so the very first in the very first ration- of of neatly iran with an angular <unk> running on netflix talking to <unk> c._p._i. A one of the fun like one of fun quirks of <unk> because we have the immutable deploy history so i can actually still go back could end the log into there really <unk> angula version with a with a bootstrap based you i think the front end and it will selectively selectively worked for the basic since gift a._p._i. Compatibility since since then but then after we raised our offers grace of offers round of funding instead of building the team we started the plans to react to take from from angular to react aiden eight that was also at the time win win angular sort of committed suicide by by launching a stuff couldn't actually use at the time but that was completely different at nothing to do with angular wine and left england in real estate and so on in a <hes> so so so we decided to to to move to to react to nose sort of the time when i when i went into the initial sort of architecture chiller work on like how did we want to build that reactivation because obviously react this notice s opinion needed assume s angular giller one was back in the time or is some of the frameworks out today right leg especially in nearly they say it was sort of more like this is a component lear four for for your views essentially right it gives you a virtual domain so unin this some good idea around at flux architecture and so on this not really really prescribed <unk> how should really build it so so i spent quite a while ago tourniquet looking into like how can we how can we built this in in in in the best way an informed app. We settled on an on an approach with in that's based on redux. A of course react react route are <unk> in respectfully for the views in started out liking with pretty clear separation seperation like trying to separate the this idea of separating containers from pure presentational components. There's something we started like being increased strict about initially in so the idea here. Is that that if you can take the actual u._i. In trinite into to pure components that doesn't depend on any like on any connection to a statement <unk> anything like that right like joe components take some props and the thing then it becomes much easier to sort of isolate those in work under <unk> in isolation and in the beginning we just did it by sort of isolating it ourselves later on we we have one of our developers introduced storybook and end today where we really like fairly religious uses of of story book we even have public public storybooks so so if you're curious about <unk> components you can go true story dutton <unk> dot com and you'll actually see the full the full set of components for fronted awesome and that became to a two to a development workflow wear once we worked with-without practice signers in in they had suggested a new component development would always start in storybook essentially <unk> than starting starting to hook everything up to a b._i. Rethink which stopped by isolating those display components since eight i go kay. Let's let's build out these visual components in in in a story book. Let's make sure that that story doesn't just contain the good pass but also the aristide's and the and the failures in the states dates in the end all end loading stage. There's nothing i can. I can talk a little bit later but but basically we we've really started isolating those those presentational components in in building them on their own and then having like the contain components being being the ones that contain any like mockup or anything like that but would just i connect to the stores intially dispatch ovens mixture sure that that the up it appoint one of our out availability than than introduce sort of the distinction between pages containers. There's end your presentational components. Three sort of when you get out could base you'll need. You'll you'll know that if you're looking for like the top lil deploy peach. You should look in the in the peaches folder in you. You will find that one that that's what will be hooked up to the router in that's what will determined sort of the top level what what gets loaded and so on in that page will <unk> composed of containers that gets the right data data from the stole and then on day and composed said of joe presentational components that that show sued the the actual view got it so <hes>. Do you mind explaining a little bit more about this concept of a container component. Is that a term that you guys just use to describe that or is not a sort of well established name for like a pattern in react so i've i've. I've seen the like it's it's. It's not it's. I can't take credit for that. In invention in we've seen it around some thirty <unk> like was probably quite used around like the early days of free of a reduction so enraged in the the idea sort of the idea became just finding naming convention to distinguish between tween thinks that i actually bischel you. I components rate in really saying the visual you. I should just be at a tree that from from the top sort of takes some props and renders a version of the u._i. Right and if you change any of those props you will re render with the ritual dome and that sort of all just pure like not connected to a._p._i.'s or acing operations or anything like that so if you keep that part of the the the tree like never connected to the reebok store never never using like react context and stuff like that then it becomes very easy to reason about and it becomes very easy to rate that you ipod in isolation in next rated becomes very easy to feed a set of props and see. How does it behave. How how does it look like right now. In this another part of the that's really the the state management policy at that sort of like if you if you imagine the epp ed ed an abstract state tree right like where you talk to any of the i get some data you keep it in in in memory you send some update you remark somewhere that something is loading you get baked in so in rate like that sort of the whole operations of your application rate like that's the stuff. That's actually doing things loading loading things from our e._p._a. Is that's telling the guy that a new site should be created and so on right in our goal with the separation from containers in components was to keep that whole part of the application that actually that that's that's about doing things and loading things in managing estate complete is separate from the u._i. It's like the actual like how does finks look black right so something i would. Maybe be helpful to help. People sort of understand stand how you use this approach and you know if if at any point where it's sort of like mixing up timelines or something or things have changed in different ways please as pointed out to me but maybe it'd be interesting to talk about just like an example of a simple piece of the nullify <hes> u._i. And talk about what sort the pieces are there so i think like an obvious place to start for for me anyways as just like that main sites list page you land on after you log into your netla fi account i'm so this is like a piece of the app that of course it has to get this list of sites from somewhere and then has to display this list and then i'm guessing probably each row in this list is maybe a separate component as well so is there like a container for every presentation component or is a container. Just wrap up. Maybe a group of presentational components. How would what would this piece of the app sort of look like using this approach to separating the stateful components from just like the pure presentational components components yeah so so one of the fun things is that if if you go to story <unk> dot com they will be a a story. That's cold. Insights in that story has an index which is the index rates so under that you'll find all of the presentational stuff right that doesn't it depend on on on our e._p._a. Anything like that and you'll see that this like an initial state called loading which is when we are showing that index end and we don't have half any data yet this is part of this important pattern right of always trying to get some element that that looks visually like what you're going to see. He once once thinks load in front of the usa right because it gives said feeling of off responsiveness rate like something something something showed up. It's ultra one of the the things that that in my mind like this is this is one of the things that you can do much better when you when you don't try to do something like in aisamul gap or something like that right because by by just getting an application shall into the browser from a c._d._n. Really fast and then getting these kind of floating components in front of the usa do get like very instant experience right then. You'll see that this different stories like story with one side. How how does this speech loop lag with. Cyril sites show sean right <unk> example of feeding different in different props down to down to these this presentational component in his tree. Now now on the data loading side of things will have a sort of master component that we call peach so we'll have like in in our pages directory will have a site speech in that that peach if like now. I'm looking at the code for that. It's sort of it.

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Data breach exposes 773 million email addresses and 21 million passwords

Kim Komando

01:17 min | 3 years ago

Data breach exposes 773 million email addresses and 21 million passwords

"Can get into your accounts. But look at that, look what just happened a data breach story that didn't even mention Facebook miracles can do happen. All right. Maybe you're familiar with the term, social engineering. It's a phrase that describes how people with an agenda use real names and very real looking sites to try to con you. And this one happened on a really big scale as a tale of black rock CNBC in the financial times. Now, this particular one targeted. The world's largest asset management company. And it was so elaborate that major media outlets, including the ones, I just mentioned reported it as factual news now it all started when an Email. It looked like it came from blacks rock CEO Lawrence Finks said the company was shifting investment strategies to the environment. Wait, what was that? That can't be right. Then came the official press release or looked like one calling the Email a hoax. Oh, and it also said the environmental causes would cut into profits. But both emails were completely phony Babar gated and pointed to a fake site with a few extra letters in the address program with links back to the real BlackRock site doubt this game took a lot of effort not to steal your money. But instead they wanted to make a point about environmental issues. So remember this the next time you find something online that's hard to believe,

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Mike Santoli, BlackRock and Larry Fink discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

01:18 min | 4 years ago

Mike Santoli, BlackRock and Larry Fink discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Welcome back to pass Monday. BlackRock sinking today after reporting earnings stock. Now down thirty, one percent from its fifty two week high and underscoring the key trend in the market for more on that. Let's bring in Mike Santoli who's here for rare appearance, a rare. The hearings and one. Why don't we deserve this voted onto the desk or invite them inside? I don't know how it works like survivor. Yeah, but this paradox in the market, Melissa, obviously the asset management stocks have been incredibly weak. The fundamentals haven't been great, and I know Larry Fink was talking about even for dominant franchise, like there's some of the some of the challenges this morning. We saw huge movement from grinds lot of churn, and it was just, I think the markets are are showing that that investors are are confused, but overall be because of expense discipline because of how we've navigated. Our revenues were up eighteen percent in Aladdin business and our technology business. So overall it was a good quarter, but I was disappointed in our net flows, but very explainable by some large de risking. Yeah, and flows are not great across the industry. Right. And I think that's just one of the factors that's really been hurting this group. Obviously, global markets have been week, so it's not as if everybody's been at record highs in the last month or something like that, but fee pressure, right.

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Netflix Earnings: Stock Down 14% on Weak Subscriber Adds

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

04:26 min | 4 years ago

Netflix Earnings: Stock Down 14% on Weak Subscriber Adds

"To the Asian trading day and Brian it was up a day that really should. Forget, about for Asia on Monday but we could have a. Bit more of the same, at least with the lucky Tokyo was on holidays. Yeah we could have a forgettable day today to Asian stocks do look set to fall rush about a third of one percent or so that's what the, future is suggesting here in the early going and. Right from Hong Kong to China to Tokyo tech shares led most US stocks slightly, lower and that. Was even before net flicks is earnings we'll bring you the story in a moment net. Flicks missing badly on new subs And the stock did tumble around fourteen, percent or so and that drag other tech, shares lower in late. Trading as well so that. Could be some serious follow on for the next couple, of sessions the dollar and treasuries also declined it was a, surprisingly good day though for financials Bank of America beat on earnings stock jumping, four point three percent and remember this city and j. p. Morgan had pretty good earnings out late last. Week, but the socks did not perform well today they did. They gained just under four, percent oil with the other direction and tank to. Four point three percent amid signs of increasing supply so that's kind of how we're looking here the yield on the ten year at two point eight five, percent ticked up just a little rush Netflix shares. Taking a real beating in late trade down about fourteen percent loss of a check This is off to fix for five point two million users last quarter that might seem, a lot but it's way fewer millions. Fear that had predicted Lucas sure says it's not just what Netflix said it's what that not saying, the biggest in that regard that that they've. Ever had they didn't really provide Metron explanation besides forecasting this is kind, of difficult of course Feel too sorry for most Netflix. Shareholders before these headlines and stuck it more than doubled this year you can add Larry Fink to, the list of influencers who are worried about rising trade tensions the chairman and CEO at black rock. Is forecasting a substantial decline in equities if the US China trade war intensifies well. If we have true tariff wars we'll see. The market's down ten to. Fifteen percent In the latest salvo China has filed additional complaints at. The World, Trade Organization over Washington's proposed additional tariffs on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese. Products the International Monetary Fund also warning about trade rules I am as chief economist. At Morris obstacle says the impact of a trade war could be considerable markets may react. On the day something isn't that announced very quickly bounced back and you know I'm not sure. That the possible downsides are fully appreciated I mean markets may think that countries. Will all work this out and go. Back, to normal and I think that's, not absolutely clear given the path that we've seen Outsold also says if the fed hikes too much. Too fast that could trigger problems so, the keeping his growth forecast unchanged now and. There was this other late breaking angle that House Ways and means chairman Kevin. Brady has one that congress will enact. Legislation limiting President Trump's tariff powers unless the administration was quickly to negotiate with China elsewhere panic is roiling China's peer to peer lending. Market we get that story from Bloomberg's Yvonne man. Chinese sabres are rushing to money from the peer, to peer platforms savers spooked by default are even. Showing up at the offices of P2P operators and trying to get their money out as after, reports of defaults sudden closures and frozen funds Shanghai based. Group says, at least forty nine platforms failed in the past two weeks the one hundred ninety. Five billion dollar industry has been contracting to eighty platforms halted operations came Under police investigation, missed investor payments moved into other businesses or. Had operators flee with climb money in June in Hong Kong I'm Yvonne man. Bloomberg daybreak Asia US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin standing side-by-side. Today, agreeing that the probe into the two thousand sixteen election a separated the two countries Ed, Baxter's go global needs in the Bloomberg nine sixty San Francisco newsroom this summit has been..

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Pope Francis Will Meet With Oil Company CEOs to Discuss Climate Change

The Phil Valentine Show

02:47 min | 4 years ago

Pope Francis Will Meet With Oil Company CEOs to Discuss Climate Change

"Here's a list of some of the participants in the private conference with the pope next week larry fink ceo of black rock the world's largest asset manager i gotta ask you would you trust your investments to a guiding larry fink i'm just saying nobody named think or crook safely bob dudley ceo of bp darren woods of exxon mobil and then all these folks are former energy secretary under obama lord john browne former ceo bp current executive chairman of l one energy and then vin van bearden ceo of royal dutch shell was invited but declined because he had an obligation elsewhere the big picture the pope black rock and bigger all companies are increasingly focusing on climate change as cleaner sources of energy have become more competitive hanes you hear this today speaking of all this earl us earl import output jumps to an all time high that's right this is from oil and gas investor us crude oil production jumped two hundred fifteen thousand barrels per day to ten point four seven million barrels per day in march the highest on record the energy information administration said in a monthly report yesterday production in texas rose by four percent almost four point two million barrels per day a record high based on the data going back to twenty two thousand five the permian basin which stretches across west texas and eastern new mexico was the largest oil field output from north dakota held around one point two million barrels per day while output in the federal gulf of mexico declined one point one percent the anc also revise february oil production down five thousand barrels per day to ten point two six so oil production us crude oil output rose above ten million late last year for the first time since the nineteen seventies and now it's at an all time high it's an all time high we need to be producing more oil folks these folks are meeting with the pope and their oil companies and this is what they produce in the pope's going to wrap them over the nose with his rolled up encyclical or something and tell them you're bad boy band band bad you need to do some climate change and these folks in the business of providing us energy and.

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