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"garay" Discussed on Akili and Me
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"garay" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"Bury. You. Bury. Andrea, so Vanik Garay while he got a little puppy. WACK and back, and you know what I like. The rest of his interview he was needs impressive, good guy. Lately just. The notion that why am I sitting here wasting half hour with you guys when I gotta be long on the draft where I'm always library hours like, please please pick me. Being so nervous and you do have some sort of script, and when they go off of it, it's panic time, but a Vanik I. Don't know if you remember. Frozen four one of the most dominant performance ever when Minnesota beat Unh I think that was very impressive break. You just mentioned. The Guy Wanted Ash. About last time. We never got to a Pat Quinn How much how essential was he'd you as your first few days as a front office guy? was He like a real mental? Until you guys had a lot in common I've been lucky I've had. Three well my dad was so have had four, but my dad was. My was my mentor and I. LL IS THEM He passed away a few years ago, but I've been lucky. I played for l'amiral for four years. And you learn so much guy like that that I worked for pack. Plan Work for Gary Bettman and all three of them as a major learning curve. They're all. Back was one of the finest people that ever walked on this planet. Any was smart. His top and he was fair like. When is the young executive I wanted to be pat. I remember that's why we're couplings. Remember I want him. One Damn pats his. What's what's what the shirts? and. I'm my, what are you talking about? They had two tie like this and at black soon on an address like when I was a lawyer. He says what's with, he said. What's the shirts as to? What's the matter with my shirt? He goes real. Men Wear cufflinks, so and back to my opposite, the Taylor and ordered a bunch of French caps shirts, so I wear now I just I wanted to be pat. On the. Dick?.
"garay" Discussed on A VerySpatial Podcast
"Podcast bird doing a little livestream for Earth Day. Everybody playing with the three way video stream here after some technical funds we gotta going but we just wanted to have a chance to to get on and chat a little bit. Because it's the fiftieth anniversary of birthday and we just didn't want to miss it so You know it's not the best of circumstances in the world right now but I'll say is that a long standing event and so it was kind of looking over at her stay dot com as I look towards my my computer monitor here to see kind of what they've gone on that got actually Some virtual things going on today so you can actually tune in live. They've been going on. There's somebody talking right now But there are in the middle of their discussion. So I'm not sure what there is A. There's also some other events that you can kick -ticipant hand and you can check out some of the things that are a part of the Earth Day movement all around So that might be stop for earth. Day Tony Tony if you haven't been there yet which is a Earth Day. Outta work as Ram as we are well as we are winding down the day. So what have you been doing today? Bar I've been doing a lot because you know I work in the area. I was thinking about doing Earth Day stuff and been doing it a long time and on my fingers. I could list like more than fifty organizations. I know that are doing things. We had a whole celebration today. We're doing or days everyday. My geography students don't normally get a chance in the spring to do geography awareness. Week so I combine the two together and we're doing. Gis Day geography. Where he this week with an Earth Day theme And as a university we did a Lib Guide which is something I just found out about which is where you work with libraries to basically put all your resources up online and people can share it worldwide we made a repository of Earth Day events going on around the world and in our state and then we did a lot of citizen. Science listing because also citizen science weeks citizen science month. I've seen a lot of Australia for their citizens science because they're doing a lot of events but they also have a stamp to celebrate the people in their country that have contributed contributed to it. And then I was going through the list of other events because it is citizen science month on month in our state. We've got a box turtle count going on where you can go out in your yard now and you might not be able to go far. Be Can do a box turtle count. It's also the dark dark skies so with NASA. It's the international dark sky week to go out tonight and a bunch of states are competing countries are competing to go out and make their observations It's rails to trails week which I found really fit with urban geography the switching over from rails to trails and what that means and it's national volunteer week which goes along with citizen science and with geography and people doing crowdsourcing being asked to contribute. It is National Library Week. Which goes along again with all the geography in the books. In which books would you select? I actually will. I'd have to reach behind me but I'm donating a book to our library from someone that we interviewed here. It is Linda Garay Matthias and we talked to her geospatial team and so I wanted to do that because she always talked about how. We were all hummingbirds. You just do what you can what you can just adds up and I was thinking about the people that I've met met judge potter. He is considered the father of the environmental courts and we invited them to our state to try to figure out. Could we do that here? And it turned out. We couldn't but he came many times and what he talked about in terms was basically and he didn't realize it at the time with mapping was at a lot of things fall through the cracks. When you're talking about the small things with public health like the elderly that are having problems fixing up their houses or someone. That's selling over. And over bad baby food but the community notices. And if they're mapping it if they are tracking it then that helps to change things but that that's what I was you know thinking about and then Charles Moore. Who does the Great Pacific Garbage Patch going out there? In the fact that it was unknown when Earth Day was started but it was probably starting to accumulate at the time but now we know about it and we can do something about it so I guess what I'm saying is it amazed me all the little things that over time the little bits add up to big things an absolutely received that not in the best circumstances obviously With all of US hopefully Doing what we can to stay at home and things like that but you know images that are getting out there of how the environment is changing just in the few weeks and in some cases a couple of months where our behaviors have changed right. Were not as much moving around us. He's going on Whether it's satellite imagery or photographs footage that people have been taking it. You see the difference right in our impact on the environment in the earth. A just in that amount of time that you know we've all had to make strategic change to try to contain this this terrible pandemic but but I think that's a direct visual representation of really how we do impact the world this amazing to think we can see that now but they couldn't see that back then when this was going on at other times you imagine if they could have seen you know how it affected things changed in just the images of streets that are empty and stuff going on Jon. Snow would have had a lot different. You know experience if he could have viewed things that's true we'll sue stole my thing so I guess that's about it. It's kind of a wrap up for Earth Day. Two Thousand Twenty again. We're kind of coming at the end of the day so If you are curious as to what happened and I want to be able to get access to some of the recorded media had replaces dorte Earth Day dot org of course go ahead and start planning for next year whether we're talking about Earth Science Week in the fall geography awareness. Week a three weeks later and of course Earth Day next year for the fifty first and fifty first anniversary. I'm going to stop trying to talk. A- jump between the fiftieth and then the fifty first you might see a future movement that you know comes into play everyone's experiencing something together. I'm really hopeful that you know even though everybody's really worried about the economy right now that people do take into account what's been going on environmentally both in terms of animals. Kinda wandering Further afield being able to see things remote-sensing Hopefully people will be taking those into account as we do get things going again absolutely so so hopefully everyone out. There is doing well and You know we're doing what we need to now to make sure that we can all come out of this in and get a chance to go further field again so happier every day. Right every day yes yep..
"garay" Discussed on The Adventures Of Nickels And Spud
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"garay" Discussed on Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls
"On. Garay's mother always had answers until one day her brother in Dari to Astra question she had no answers for. Why doesn't Gari go to school at the time? It was uncommon for girls to get an education especially in rural families. School was expensive. Girls were needed to help around the house. That was what one Garay's mother had done as a child but these did not feel as sufficient explanations for not sending her daughter to school so instead of answering her mother thought it through when Gari is a girl so what that didn't mean. She couldn't study so she found the money to pay for when Gary School and when Garis new adventure began. She was better at school that her brothers had been so. Her family decided that she should go to boarding school and get a better education school away from her mother and family. Would she feel lonely or bored? It was a big scary change but it was reeling to like walking through the forest dust when Gary Patrick. Three dresses in a small wooden box and off. She went boarding schools. Fun and when Gari became the best student of her class after primary school she was accepted into a good high school. Outside Kenya's biggest city in high school. She thought I will learn more about chemistry and biology. There is so much I don't know about plants and animals when Gordy graduated high school with flying colors and rushed home to enjoy.
France's Digital Tax on Tech Giants
"Taste your way through Napa Valley California with W._S._J.. Magazine and into Garay Book this exclusive trip at into guard dot com slash W._S._J.. Magazine or call six four six seven eight zero eight three eight eight three. This is tech news briefing. I'm Tanya boost dose reporting from the newsroom in New York and France will proceed with the digital tax on international tech heavy hitters ones like like a Google and facebook. We'll check in on how new taxes of the digital variety are shaking up the tech industry and international affairs. That's after these tech headlines Japan's soft group. Unveiled a second tech Mega Fund even bigger than it's nearly one hundred billion dollar vision fund. It's called Vision Fund to and expects to gather some one hundred eight billion dollars in capital for more than a dozen investors ranging ranging from Apple and Microsoft the Journal notes that the planned inauguration of the second fund is a victory for Softbank Chief Executive Masayoshi Son who started the first vision fund just two years ago amid widespread doubt about its viability twitter has now been profitable for seven consecutive quarters a contrast two years of sustained losses that the company had reported after going public in twenty thirteen twitter's revenue rose eighteen percent to eight hundred forty one million dollars colors. This was helped by strong advertising sales in the U._S.. We also learned that twitter continues with solid user growth signs that investments to improve civility may be working but the journal notes that the adjustments are coming at a cost hiring more workers. Workers in areas like tech support and sales and spending on content are eating into twitter's profit journal's Georgia wells has the full breakdown at wsj.com and companies like facebook and alphabet not to mention Google could have their secretive algorithms policed by a beefed up watchdog Australia describes this as the world's first limits to the power or report by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission concluded that U._S. Tech giant's we'll do too much influence wince over Australia's news and add markets they say changes are an order. The recommended changes which includes strengthening privacy safeguards with steep penalties of up to ten percent are listed in the full report and comes after facebook was hit with a five billion dollar fine. Last week in the U._S. coming up a new digital tax shakes up big tech and big government on an international scale capital. One knows life doesn't alert you about your credit card. That's why they've created. We know the capital one assistant that catches things that might look wrong with your credit card info catches over tipping duplicate charges or potential fraud and then sends an alert sheer phone helps you fix it. It's another way capital. One is watching after your money when you're not capital what what's in your Wallet See Capital One dot Com for details France will proceed with the digital tax on international tech giant's. It is a monumental tax on your garden variety tech behemoths like Google and facebook. President trump in particular spoke out against this tax. He says that it discriminated against American companies in a tweet he says quote we will announce a substantial. Chill reciprocal action on macron's foolishness shortly. I've always said American wine is better than French wine and quote the tax primarily targets companies that use consumer data to sell online advertising and is intended to stop these companies needs from avoiding taxes French Finance Minister Bruno Lemaire however pushed back against claims that the measure was un-american. We are not willing to target the American companies. We are just willing to have the fair and efficient ah vaccination of digital activities you have important companies which are benefiting from the sale of data huge amount of data and the not submitted to the same level of taxation although companies this. He's not fair and this is not efficient so we want to address this issue and we want to address this issue hand in hand with our American friends as for wine question of digital taxation that our trade stories stories on American wines also traumatize on French or the European wines fact is that during the last ten years has been a very important increase of importation of American ones to Europe. That's in fact the French finance minister goes on to pinpoint the matter as based on the fair taxation of digital activities. You have many huge companies some of the biggest companies of the world having an activities in France or in in Europe without any physical prisons and without being the level of taxes and we want to address that issue and our assessment is that it is in the interest of our American friends in the interest of the United.
"garay" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"For hot peppers much sooner than they normally would develop in a single season try growing to season pepper plants and you'll have hot peppers a lot sooner in your number two then you would in your number one so there you go I am impressed with common old oregano growing in the garden Oregon amble Garay it is a B. magnet I am amazed at how these pink purple flowers of the Rosie M. C. variety of oregano is just doing that is turned into a very nice ground cover that's about two feet high well not two feet high maybe a foot and a half tall with about a three foot spread and the bees just love it there there most of the day so if you're tracking be used to your yard and you like to use oregano and cooking get some common oregano and plant it the oregano Oregon amble gari is your common oregano and the Rosie him or Rosie on variety really does have pretty sort of pinkish reddish flowers that are very nice rose colored flowers I guess you could say that a really attracts the B. so if you like bees and you should of plant some oregano the bees also like the WRT guy lardy a is a perennial that does well in warm climates and I've got two or three different guy lardy of varieties growing and they're now in full bloom and they also are attracting a lot of bees and of course said yes then use are just going fabulous right now great summer annual for our area speaking of babies we're going to be talking to the author of the book the honey bee hobbyist about having backyard beast will do that right after the news as we continue with the KFBK garden show right here on news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. and the I heart radio app this is a last chance alert it's happening in just days publishers clearing house.
"garay" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Right. Yeah. Type species of grapes. Right. Is there is more dough great because aboard DOE is a cabernet merlot blend, right? Come from the region, which they'll picked, there's nothing worse than eating a grape. And it has seeds in it a seated grape. Anyways, what does that mean the groups come from where their wine obvious? And this is this because you asked me, but the show if there was anything like Pablo Toray that because publicly revealed that he's never chewed doing them. I haven't eaten a grape since I was maybe two and I decided, then I don't like grapes, either twelve every New Year's you don't do that right grapes? Don't like to be a green great guy. Grips are fine. I like them. But the Greg rape what are purple? It's not really. They hold rabbits purple. I haven't had grape since I was really small and decided that I didn't like I don't even remember coming to. I don't recall eating a grape. I just always known that I don't like grapes. I feel like you should it's time to try grape again. I mean. Because I all my life, I didn't like coffee and then a couple of weeks ago. I was like, I'm a coffee guy now. And now I drink coffee, almost daily feel like you would love red nice red grape. I haven't had a main go in about thirty years. How about this? I've never had a mango. Sure. Never had a mango. I've had. Yes. Yeah. But in terms of getting a main mango juice. I've had mango juice. I know the flavor profile of a main Garay candies in mango salsa. But in terms of like cutting open a mango and just eating the mango haven't done. You know, I like grapes. I don't like grape candy or grape flavor him thing. But I like grapes are so right. Where do they get that, like where did that taste for grape candy grape juice doesn't taste like great? It doesn't taste like a single grape. No, you know what I could do. I can eat an entire lemon. Why are you gonna? I love lemon every every group of friends has that one guy. I had a friend growing guy. Yeah. Mm eleven guy. I guarantee none of your friends. Not the looks, I'm not the muscle and not the brand in the lemon guy. But every. Do you eat a lemon you bite it like an apple done this? Why like an orange? It's so bad for your teeth. Yeah, it is. So terrible for you. But I could do it lime. I prefer, I prefer the line because it's even more tart, but these aren't supposed to eat like excellent understand a pillow salt on the line. Tequila. No, no, no. I don't like to wait. Drink tequila. It's a communal thing, I'm never gonna say, no. Do I often say, no? I won't do that shot..
JPMorgan Kills New App Service for Young People
"Explore Napa Valley, California with WSJ magazine and into Garay. Join WSJ magazine on intimate. Winery visits with globally, acclaimed winemakers and celebrated shafts enjoy stunning views, Michelin starred, restaurants, private sellers, and much more book the exclusive trip at Indy. Gory dot com slash WSJ magazine or call six four six seven eight zero eight three eight three. This is tech news briefing, im Tanya, Bustos reporting from the newsroom in New York, and J, P Morgan, scraps its new app service for young people just one year after making the app available nationwide the details after these Tyke headlines. Spotify lands in agreement with President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama's production company in which higher ground will produce podcast exclusive to the streaming service partnership comes after Spotify recently acquired a trio of podcasting companies for around four hundred million dollars part of a plan to spend as much as five hundred billion dollars. Total on such deals this year, and the journal says Spotify continues to expand into podcasting as an effort to keep users more engaged also where the company is seeking to differentiate from other services with exclusive content. China's granting five d licenses for commercial use to its biggest wireless carriers opening the next phase in the race to dominate the next generation of mobile tech. The ministry of industry and information technology said the country's three state owned carriers would receive licenses as would cable network giant China broadcasting network, now with the roll out of five G the global cellular equipment market is expected to grow two percent. Annually reaching one hundred sixty billion dollars by twenty twenty three. Google has made a long awaited acquisition to bolster its cloud computing business, a booming industry where it has lagged behind rivals. It is acquiring looker a business intelligence software, and big data. Analytics platform for two point six billion dollars in cash. The two companies were well acquainted alphabet earlier invested in looker through its venture capital, arm capital, g the journal says the move indicates Google will continue to pour resources into its Google cloud division, as it remains far behind rivals, like Amazon, and Microsoft, and cloud computing. The deal is expected to be completed later this year, pending regulatory approval coming up J, P Morgan kills an experiment to attract younger customers, what it means for new digital banking. Initiatives familia in those ambience. Earlier. Swift the inadequacy. Evo ski must sent this. Interim this guberntorable scheduling door in good. Get message gunman women this Lisa. What is that little sister dossier laptop zeal? J P Morgan began informing clients Thursday that it had shutting down banking brand thin. Fins closure is a quick about face for a product J P Morgan hoped would help lure in some new younger customers. Let's get more joining us in the podcast studio. Wall Street Journal reporter, David Benoit welcome back. Thanks forever. Of course. So I for those of us who didn't try it out. Can't now ask your date. I guess if you could I walk us through what Finn was because it was a bit of a digital hybrid. Right. Sure. So, so Finn would have been an online only Bank, so it would have been you, you download the app, and you go start in account in sort of like their various other options out there, right where you can transfer money in and out in get it only online really odd had some cool tools within about saving and some suggestions on, on how to use your money and budget. And then the, the extra the hybrid part here for for Finn was will you could also actually physically go to an ATM you go to a chase teller for some things and you could withdraw. In deposit money. And that's that was the big thing, you, there's a place where you could. You know if someone paid you in cash, or in check, which I think most people don't get millennials get cash. You could actually deposit it at an ATM and how it go into your county. That's a hard thing to do. Right. I guess it speaks to this shift, that's happening, obviously, especially younger people, they don't really finance the way the structure has been in place. So do we take this about face as big banks, having trouble circumnavigating this new space? I think everyone sort of experimenting a little bit in, in sort of testing things out. If Morgan certainly throws a lot of money around in technology in general, and I think he's willing to sort of drop things not work out the way they thought Jeep Morgan seems to have learned some things from, from their interactions with with Finn customers about and they've at the same time been improving their standard chase mobile app and expanding their branch network. And they just felt like we don't need this other. Brand over here. It doesn't mean they're going to stop trying to get millennials on their app in and you can actually now open up chase account, whether or not you have a branch near you. So there are other other ways they sort of trying to do it mentioned, how they're sort of a big player in this space. And there is such a aggressive spending on this kind of tech, our rivals faring as they try to restructure their whole being as well. Yes. So chases like one of the largest deposit banks in the country, they're second, most branches and deposits. So they're a massive organization. They touch him one into households what they talk about. Which is why they're allowed to sort of try this thing out, and then kind of quickly folded back into perspective. There are lots of other things Goldman Sachs's trotted out this Marcus checking and savings account, which is the difference between it and Finn was, we'll one didn't have that physical location. We talked about, right? But to Marcus and Goldman are paying you an awful lot of interest right now. So your money is making money for you. And that is a huge draw in his doing pretty well. We think with millennials. There are other options from places like acorns, which is, you know, building up trading in, in other ways investing, they're adding checking accounts on top of it. Everyone sort of trying to get at young people in how they use money and deposits in deposits is the key here for all the banks because they take your deposits, turn them into loans, which is where they make profit. I think that's a good note to end on David, thanks so much for the time. Thanks for having me. For more on the digital banking app world, you can head to wsJcom and followed David Benowitz coverage. That's it for the tech news briefing from the newsroom in New York. I'm Tanya boost does. Thanks for listening.
"garay" Discussed on WSJ Minute Briefing
"Discover Milan Italy with WSJ magazine and into Garay. Join WSJ magazine editors for behind the scenes access in Milan. As you meet the city's most influential taste makers dine at top restaurants. Visit the private villas of lake coamo and much more book. This once in a lifetime trip at integrate dot com slash WSJ magazine or call six four six seven eight zero eight three eight three I'm Charlie Turner. In the newsroom at the Wall Street Journal, stocks rallied Wednesday on strong economic data. Durable goods orders rose for the third straight month and prices at the producer level were muted in February. The Dow Jones industrials rose one hundred forty eight points to twenty five thousand seven hundred two the NASDAQ composite gained fifty two and the s&p rose nineteen Boeing stock rallied half a percent Wednesday. President Trump said the US would join several other countries in suspending flights of. The Boeing seven thirty-seven max after the model was involved in a second deadly crash in less than five months on Sunday. British lawmakers Wednesday ruled out a no deal exit from the European Union. It came a day after parliament resoundingly rejected for a second time. The deal that Prime Minister Theresa may negotiated with the e u laying out conditions for the country's orderly separation from its biggest trading partner. Lawmakers will now likely vote on Thursday in favor of a further proposal to request a delay in Britain scheduled exit date beyond March twenty ninth that will require the unanimous approval of the other twenty-seven e you governments an indictment charging Paul Manafort with residential mortgage fraud was unsealed Wednesday in state court in New York, it came minutes after Mr. Manafort was sentenced to forty three additional months and prison for two crimes related to his political consulting work in Ukraine, leaving the former Trump campaign chief facing a total of more than seven years behind bars for more head to wsJcom or the WSJ app.
"garay" Discussed on WSJ Minute Briefing
"Discover Milan Italy with WSJ magazine and into Garay. Join WSJ magazine editors for behind the scenes access in Milan. As you meet the city's most influential taste makers dine at top restaurants. Visit the private villas of lake coamo and much more book. This once in a lifetime trip at integrate dot com slash WSJ magazine or call six four six seven eight zero eight three eight three. I'm Anne Marie for totally in the newsroom at the Wall Street Journal, it's the week before the Federal Reserve's March policy meeting, and there's plenty of economic data on top starting with retail sales figures on Monday, Tuesday brings the consumer price index and on Friday. We'll see consumer sentiment. Data some earnings reports to look out for this week include stitch fix on Monday. Dick sporting goods on Tuesday and broadcom and Dollar General later in the week on Thursday former. Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort faces sentencing in Washington DC this week after pleading guilty to two counts of conspiracy against the United States. And conspiracy to obstruct Justice last week a federal judge in Virginia sentenced him to forty seven months in prison for Bank fraud and dodging taxes and British lawmakers are set to vote Tuesday for a second time on a Brexit deal detailing the terms of Britain's departure from the European Union. The UK's exit is set for March twenty ninth, but a rejection of the deal could mean further delay for more details and to wsJcom or the s j app.
"garay" Discussed on WSJ Minute Briefing
"Discover Milan Italy with WSJ magazine and into Garay. Join WSJ magazine editors for behind the scenes access in Milan. As you meet the city's most influential taste makers dine at top restaurants. Visit the private villas of lake coamo and much more book. This once in a lifetime trip at integrate dot com slash WSJ magazine or call six four six seven eight zero eight three eight three. I'm Anne Marie for totally in the newsroom at the Wall Street Journal, former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort is set to be sentenced in Virginia on Thursday for tax and Bank fraud convictions. Manafort is also facing sentencing in Washington this month after pleading guilty to federal charges in February a judge ruled he lied to investigators despite agreeing to a plea deal requiring him to tell the truth that void government obligations to offer. Him. Leniency Warner media's new content chief Robert Greene Blatt says creating a direct to consumer streaming service will require closer coordination between the divisions networks. Speaking to staffers at the Time Warner center in New York. Green Blatt said competitor's, quote are eating our lunch AT and T which acquired Time Warner last year has announced significant restructuring of the business. Tesla is facing backlash in China from consumers who paid more for the company's model three sedan before tesla announced recent price cuts the criticism come. Comes as tesla is building a factory in Shanghai where it hopes to begin mass production of the model three next year for more. Details had to wsJcom or the WSJ app.
"garay" Discussed on WSJ Secrets of Wealthy Women
"Discover Milan Italy with WSJ magazine and into Garay. Join WSJ magazine editors for behind the scenes access in Milan. As you meet the city's most influential taste makers dine at top restaurants. Visit the private villas of lake coamo and much more book. This once in a lifetime trip at integrate dot com slash WSJ magazine or call six four six seven eight zero eight three eight three. I'm Jensen shero author of the U R bad ass book series. You got to wear your acts by doing what you're doing? It's very familiar, and if you want to change your life, you'd better be doing something, that's very unfamiliar. And the unfamiliar tends to scare the crap out of us. So that's a very good sign that you're on the right track. If you're feeling nervous and scared and excited. This is secrets of wealthy women from the Wall Street Journal helping women in power themselves financially now Veronica dagger bestselling author. Jensen shero is a motivational speaker and success coach who wants to help people transform their lives her. You are a bad ass book series helps women take control of their lives money and careers. Johnny said you had money problems until you're in your forties. What do you tell us? How your life was back? Then. Well, my life was pretty rickety and pretty looking for the freebie, and I was living in a converted garage. I was making like fifteen hundred bucks a month driving a car with no grills. There was lots of duct tape involved in my life things like that. You were having financial problems because I refuse to focus on making money. I thought that meant you were a dirty moral free person. And I was also very attached to the idea that I sucked at making money. And so I had to prove that every day, you know, subconsciously wanna look into those a little bit more down the road, but how did your childhood shape your view of money? I, you know, once I started doing all of this work on myself, one of the biggest discoveries. I made that was one of the most just elaborating things was I realized that my dad he one of the ways he showed love and attention to me was to hand me a twenty or helped me financially, and when I started digging deep into the reasons that I was blocking my own financial success. I realized that I felt deep down that. If I got wealthy. I'd be basically stabbing. My dad in the heart. You know, by stopping his, you know by not needing him anymore, but you know, not needing his twenty bucks anymore. You went to India, and that started to change your life. Tell us about that. India was my first really big solo trip. And I don't even know why why I really didn't know that much about accepting that was on the other side of the planet. And and I was Sarah fide to go. I was determined to go, but I was terrified. I just had this image of myself as little dot they could just puff, you know, disappear in a puff of smoke. Nobody I loved have any idea where I was. And I woke up every night a couple of weeks before going freaking out. But for some reason, I was at the international terminal of the airport, and I ended up going, and I just remember stepping into the airport all my fears slipped away, and I was so excited and it felt one hundred percent, right. And I ended up having this incredibly just wild wild adventure. And when I got back I thought that you know after seeing. What I saw over there. You know, how some people live and the poverty that I would be so grateful for my little crappy garage that I was living in but what happened? Instead was I had faced this huge fear of mine and had this incredibly enjoyable experience and expanded my belief in what I could do and I moved out of the garage. Very shortly thereafter. I didn't you. I didn't get the confidence from going being part of a band and working the music industry to becoming a self help. Guru. First of all, I don't think I'm a girl. But thank you. I because I was such a train wreck. I mean, we all get interested in things that have to do with ourselves, basically. And I became obsessed with what the hell my problem was especially around money. You know, why was it that no matter what I did. I just could not get over this money stuff. And I was always broke and always whining about money and never having any. So the transformation is self help for me happen because I just dove into
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"Discover Milan Italy with WSJ magazine and into Garay. Join WSJ magazine editors for behind the scenes access in Milan. As you meet the city's most influential tastes makers dine at top restaurants. Visit the private villas of lake coamo and much more book. This once in a lifetime trip at integrate dot com slash WSJ magazine or call six four six seven eight zero eight three eight three. I'm Jay are Whalen in the newsroom at the Wall Street Journal in New York automaker. Tesla says it will be shutting stores and moving to selling vehicles only over the internet. It's part of an effort to cut costs. So the company can offer its model. Three at a long-awaited starting price of thirty five thousand dollars. Tesla had three hundred and seventy eight stores and service centers around the world at the end of last year Tesla's scheduled to deliver its largest ever bond payment. Meanwhile, on Friday, that's a move that will likely use up nearly a quarter of its cash at a time when the company faces increasing scrutiny from regulators and investors the parents of Otto warmbier on Friday blamed North Korean leader, Kim Jong own in his regime for their son's death that follow President Trump saying he accepted Kim's word that he didn't know about warm beers abuse. While he was held in captivity warmbier came home in two thousand seventeen blind and deaf with a feeding tube in his nose. He died about a week later, and pack. Stan returned to captured Indian pilot on Friday, which could deescalate clashes between the two nuclear powers during two days of airstrikes earlier this week. The pilots plane was shot down by Pakistan, yet jetted before it crashed on Wednesday and landed just on the Pakistani side of the disputed border in the Kashmir region from more on these and other stories of the day, go to wsJcom or the WSJ app.
Do AirPods Make You Look Rich? (According to Memes, Yes, Likely)
"Get exclusive insider access to Milan style and design with WSJ magazine and into Garay make private visits to galleries top restaurants and shops lake coamo and much more book this once in a lifetime trip at Indy. Gory dot com slash WSJ magazine or call six four six seven eight zero eight three eight three. This is tech news briefing. Im Tanya boosts does reporting from the newsroom in New York. Today's question do air pods. Make you look rich, or at least cool probably because as the journal looks into what is taken over as the luxury item for younger people air pod had phones remain everywhere and show, no signs of stopping more. So than beats headphones or a slew of other better sounding ear wear yet that which resembles crystallized globs of sweat dangling from your ears. We have WSJ's Jacob Gallagher to thank for that. Accurate. Description has emerged as the trendiest tech must for the masses. How did it happen will talk about it after these tech headlines? Has slow is losing its general counsel two months after hiring him? Replacing the veteran trial lawyer with a longtime insider who helped the electric car company, navigate some of its biggest legal issues Dane, but Swinkels said in a statement he looks forward to returning to Washington to continue his work with tesla in and outside counsel role as in the past his exit marks and other high profile executive departure for the company during the past two years as it works to turn the model three into its first mass market electric car. The journal notes swift departure is reminiscent of another quick exit in September Tesla's accounting chief left the company after only a few weeks, citing the intense pressure and scrutiny of the company. Pinterest has stopped returning search results for terms relating to vaccinations, which is a drastic step aimed at curbing the spread of misinformation. But one that also reflects the challenge facing social media companies in curbing hot button health issues, Pinterest which is preparing for an initial public offering this year says it's also looking to develop better machine learning tools to aid with curation and this year, the company is tripling the number of engineers focused on content safety and now for the top data trend of twenty nineteen it's not blockchain because blockchain the digital ledger. Underlying bitcoin other currencies that's actually dropped to the bottom of Gartner's annual list of the most disruptive data analytics capabilities topping the list, augmented analytics, essentially, the tools that leverage a an machine learning last year, the value of crypto currencies lost more than eighty percent of their market value by contrast, data and analytics tools continue to evolve. All from supporting internal decision making to continuous intelligence. Gartner said augmented analytics will be dominant driver. It also urged corporate data leaders to adopt augmented analytics as platform capabilities mature coming up why the explosion of airport headphones shows, no signs of stopping. The explosion of the expensive yet attainable. Air pot headphones remains in full force. It is the luxury item of the moment shows, no signs of stopping. Why do you suddenly feel out of place? If you're not forcing white plastic into your ears. Let's find out joining us in the podcast studio with more is Wall Street Journal reporter Jacob Gallagher. Welcome. Hi, welcome. Thanks. So when it became clear air pods weren't going anywhere. We actually talked about it on the podcast because it was emerging as this fashion statement and this status symbol of sorts. And it was a new phenomenon that we were just kind of accepting. We're like, we don't get it. But it's sticking around whatever. Now, it's sort of like, not only are we accepting it, but it's become this. This thing that we embrace an inspire to how do you think this happened? They can happen. I'm glad you mentioned that, you know, airports were kind of a slow burn because they you know, they released about two years ago roughly now, and when they first came out. It was kind of the joke was that. They looked weird and they were kind of funny, and then people got them and said, oh, the sound quality is really great, and they're amazing, and blah, blah, blah. And they kind of went along like that for a while. And then sometime around last Christmas just prior to that around the holiday you saw I I started observing online. There was a lot of jokes going around that were basically predicated upon the idea that air pods made you look rich and made you look wealthy, and they were a very conspicuous item which made it kinda easy for them to be Mimi fide, and and for jokes to kind of ping around the internet because everyone knew what they looked like and you can kind of play with the visuals of them, but it's just this prevalent joke now that doesn't seem to be going away amongst like teens and twenty somethings and even thirty somethings about like, yeah, I have air pods. I'm rich and wealthy and they're kind of a new status symbol in that. I have to say even myself. I was a late adopter. And I it did change my life. And I have to say, I'm almost snobby about it. I'll be like oh, look at that person. Wired to like how how can it be? But yeah, like you said there's a mean for any everything. And it's because it's so relatable. Because there's there's I mean the internet comes through off the spoke to this kid who came up with like, I think it was. I wanna get the verb is right. But he was it was like just got airports than Bill Gates has called me this morning to go to a meeting for the one percent like being wealthy. Sure. As tiring like just like, the ones that were hard division is in the story where you know kids putting an image on and then being like it smells like poor in here. No one has has air pods. Like, they're they're they're they're very cruel out of the time. Yeah, they're kind of in that in that that part of humor. But these kids really, you know, it was funny because I keep saying kids a lot of the people I spoke for the story where in high school were in college, and you know, talking to them they were saying like this is really translated over into their actual lives. And, you know, people around their cafeteria or amongst their friends will say, you know, oh, look at our rich. I am I have. These and it it is a very funny thing. It's kind of weird reframing of what a luxury item is air pods are expensive. But they're not the most expensive head funds for sure. And right. Well, that's what kills me is because you know, someone who works in audio. I'm actually a very forgiving audio file. But I must say they're they're not even that good. Is what's funny about it? But that goes to show it doesn't necessarily matter because it's just it's the it item is your, and it doesn't it's keeping with what's cool. I think at this point. Yeah. Someone I spoke with mentioned that they reminded him that they were like sneakers sneakers with other thing in his high school with the kids kind of talked about like that. And it does kind of there are a lot of parallels. There like, you know, Nike's the hottest Nike's might not be the quote, unquote, best shoes, whether for you know, athletic purposes, or how they're made or what have you, but because of their, you know, desire ability, and and they look cool. They become this item that people. Really want air pods are basically treated the same way. It's interesting that we're at this age where a headphone in one that's basically the size of like two tic TAC stack together comfortable and not and not that comfortable. Yeah. Are are. You know, you know, they're the big thing. It's very funny. Do you? And I'm just curious because I know we don't have official numbers. But is there anything that? We can just look too says. Yes, this is really true people are getting these massive amounts. Well, there was I was getting a lot of Antic data from people. I was interviewing they were saying like, I've noticed a lot more my friends buying them, blah, blah, blah. And I was trying to figure out a way to to figure that out. And though as you said apple does operate down data for air pods. I if you look at Google trends over time, which is kind of the the search engines in house popularity measure air pods really started to spike in that like late November of last year early December period, and they've really only continued to to be popular. I think that their peak of popularity seemingly was like a week or so ago, so it still enduring an. And people have really continued to me it. And now, there's even this like next layer of me m- that is about how people have air pods, and they can't hear. So they're going to get hit by trucks. It's really confusing to but there's like as with any viral Meam. There's just becomes these added layers. And you know, it just goes to show like, you know, young people are really inventive. And they really put their heart into this. And a lot of energy. And it's pretty funny. Yeah. They're they're very dependable. And I encourage anyone to go down a rabbit hole. And check it out. That's what I did take. Thank you so much. Thank you. That's it for the tech news briefing reporting from the newsroom in New York. I'm Tanya boost does thanks for listening.
"garay" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"Discover Milan Italy with WSJ magazine and into Garay. Join WSJ magazine editors for behind the scenes access in Milan. As you meet the city's most influential tastes makers dine at top restaurants. Visit the private villas of lake coamo and much more book. This once in a lifetime trip at integrate dot com slash WSJ magazine or call six four six seven eight zero eight three eight three. With what's news from the Wall Street Journal. I'm Tanya boosts in New York, America's largest meat Packer. Tyson Foods is reinventing itself with a renewed focus on prepared foods will have the details with Wall Street Journal reporter Jacob bungee. But first some other top stories, we're following congress has approved a spending Bill to avert a second shutdown and keep the government open. But a new fight may be on the horizon, the three hundred thirty three billion dollar package includes seven spending bills and one point three eight billion four physical barriers at the southern border much less than the five point seven billion. The president demanded Democrats began discussing legal options late Thursday with the president expected to sign the Bill and declare national emergency for the very latest on this developing story had to wsJcom or the WSJ app. Amazon's surprise move Thursday to abandoned building its second headquarters in New York isn't an isolated incident. The Wall Street Journal's Dan Gallagher says the tech industry as a whole is wearing out its welcome at as public and political scrutiny of big tech intensifies Amazon cancelled its plans after significant opposition from local lawmakers in New York, a big sticking point was the billions of dollars in incentives offered to Amazon to build a New York. General Electric is downsizing plans for its Boston headquarters. The company has reached an agreement with Massachusetts to return eighty seven million dollars in incentives and sell the waterfront property GE has also scaled back plans to.
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"Discover Milan Italy with WSJ magazine and into Garay. Join WSJ magazine editors for behind the scenes access in Milan. As you meet the city's most influential tastes makers dine at top restaurants. Visit the private villas of late coamo and much more book. This once in a lifetime trip at Indy. Gory dot com slash WSJ magazine or call six four six seven eight zero eight three eight three I'm Tanya boost does in the newsroom at the Wall Street Journal, the border wall fight is expected to continue after congress approved a spending Bill Thursday that will keep the government open, but gives far less funding for construction of physical barriers at the border. Then President Trump had demanded the president is expected to sign the Bill and declare national emergency. For more details as they develop head to wsJcom or the WSJ app real estate speculators. Developers. And renters were among those stunned by Amazon's decision to pull out of its plans to build headquarters in New York brokers had reported a Russia vacuity in Long Island city queens following Amazon's November announcement that it would be moving there. But in its apprised move Thursday, the company backed out following vocal opposition to the plan. Factory production. Surged at the end of twenty eighteen and Fridays economic calendar will bring the first picture of industrial production in the new year will also see the latest consumer sentiment data. Consumer sentiment has been dragged down recently amid economic uncertainty and the partial government shutdown for more details at you wsJcom or the WSJ app.
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"Respect for law enforcement I think it's important that. They see how important backs up We have fallen officer hoping that something. That will be in their mind and they'll remember who knows maybe A public visitation will be held Thursday night from six to eight at Christ Church to the valley in Peoria with the funeral being held at ten AM, Friday morning at the same location Ali vetnar KTAR. News KTAR, is, on, immigration border patrol. Agents in Yuma arrested a man and that sectors most. Wanted list they arrested hey zoos does El Castillo he's accused of coordinating multiple. Smuggling operations in the area this all stemmed from several seizures that, occurred at. The interstate eight immigration checkpoints that is operated by Walton station that agent Jose Garay with Yuma border patrol the, suspect now awaits trial considered one of the, top five most. Wanted criminals by border patrol in that area actions being urged after alleged abuse of detained immigrants, ABC's checks Iverson has more shaking, an investigation into, allegations of, sexual physical, and emotional abuse at ice immigration police and health department detention facilities Senate Judiciary, chairman Charles Grassley Iowa Republican and Ranking democrat California's Dianne Feinstein in an Email they say they've written, the inspector, generals of both. Homeland security and, HHS, demanding answers saying this is not a partisan issue and that immigrant families and children in federal custody deserve to be treated with basic human dignity and respect this is expected to be raised. Today at a hearing on Capitol Hill on family separations and reunifications at, the border the latest now on the car fire. In northern, California, some, people now being. Allowed to return home and reading where that massive and. Deadly wildfires burned hundreds.
"garay" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"The fastest growing game show in the world we welcome jerry to klbj hello jerry welcome you're on the air go ahead jerry how are you today on great where are you calling from today jerry garay from beautiful sunny central office central austin where it's always sunny and it's hotter than a depot now jerry did you have a good for the july ceremony yesterday good good good holiday fingertips hatch good point arena about some poor guy up and maryland jerry did you read about that he had one of those eighty deals and threw it in this tube the wrong way and blew up both of his hands just terrible jerry you're going to be playing for twenty five dollar gift card and you'll be playing against jeff ward jerry would you say hello to jeff right now jeff and jeff would you say to our friend jerry are contested for this day after the fourth of july pop quiz it's jerry on the line way jerry all right time for the pop quiz jerry here is your first question jerry this stormy daniels associate says he may run for the president what associate of porn star stormy daniels says hey i may run for the united states who was at gerry i have to go with stormies journey you're exactly right winner got the dumbest thing this guy i think jeff just wants to keep his name out there and he says dumb things like this just dumb things like this win hell heck no he wouldn't win of course he said the same thing about trump and well look what happened he's he's he's good on he's good on tv yeah he's really clear i don't know why you'd want to do this i don't either well i know i know no why not i think there are many others iconic questioned some of his tactics in this stormy daniels so i think he's the male version of gloria allred yeah could be could be the man i don't know if you've maybe he does litigation just now to me is position is the male gloria allred your purpose is to get airtime and he does he doesn't he did again all right jeff here's your question jeff there is a new broadway bound about the life of this female singer she's won an emmy a grammy and oscar and one of my favorites one of my favorites has got gotta be soft i dunno she's got some hard song about any about indians she wrote she sorry about indians vivians she's written songs about people who are running from the law yeah yeah and she's written some love songs that i really did give me name name give me a love song that you really like here's going to be really cheesy but go ahead i got you babe it's got you babe she used to be married to greg oh man let's share that is share you're exactly right johny share this afternoon man now jerry you like share don't you i was just confused i thought that was a little bit of sonny and cher but that was just you it was just me that would use mason i got you babe as she wrote about gypsies tramps and and then that indian song i was talking about cherokee people would that be what year would that be jerry no time to die maybe early seventies seventy one seventy one yeah okay all right very good job jeff very keep it update jerry on a serious note this world famous carmaker says he'd like to help get the twelve boys in their coach out of that cave and thailand what worldfamous carmaker very high profile carmaker he's in rockets we'll go with mr tesla tesla car may you have a tesla carmakers named you know he's name on how yeah yeah there's gotta be a better way very generous of elon musk sawyer's gotta be a better way than having those guys to the mountain gotta be better way man you can't swim out of there and pump the water out see that's the deal they accidentally pump some water in did you read that did not read that not funny but they accidentally pump water pump enough water out i know it's a long way so maybe that's the issue but if you could just get it to drop enough so their heads above water right it's this this is the worst story man just when you thought he was getting better the more you learn the war terrifying again yeah very very sad very sad it's elaine miners made it out they did but these are adults teacher dj.
"garay" Discussed on PRI's The World
"They mistreat us they beat us i don't think they will see their gold as brushes when they know that for us it's our tears it's our blood it's hunger and suffering all to get the gold leaves us crime our blood has been spilled over this gold that is what i want people to know so they think about what that is happening to us when they buy their gold because we wouldn't do this department to them for years according to maxima she in a family have been toll minted by what she calls agents of the mining company yana culture which is owned by newmont a us corporation on the stock exchange once in twenty eleven a group of men and police offices with riot shields showed up to the femme says they will beaten badly the incident was caught on cell phone cameras by moxham dada is a lotta the company had garay denies that any of the police present beat or harassed the family that day as moxie mont was feeling increasingly isolated would've has struggled came to ryan mack at his desk in downtown san francisco and talking to maximize the story of one woman a woman in her family the top of the mountain and perused ended up to one of the largest mining companies in the world to protect her land protect water resources and rural peru mocks oganization the goldman environmental prize kind of the green novell was about to award maxima its annual prize.