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"ge " Discussed on AI in Business

AI in Business

04:17 min | 3 months ago

"ge " Discussed on AI in Business

"But so that's why I see science working that same way. So maybe one group has come up with this interesting idea of how to do metaphors and another group has come up with an interesting idea of doing anything. So I don't think you can plan research anymore. I think you have to let it grow now. I think we're going to the organic stage of AI research and that different groups will come up with different hypotheses and different ideas. And even though they may have been chasing after completely different things, they'll unlock some intuition some insights that when you combine them together with another group's doing, I think you'll start to see some fascinating things happen from that. So to me, I think it's an idea of putting a cost function criteria rather than optimize towards that. I think this is like a creativity engine that's going to bloss my view of how these things might roll out. Yeah, I might even be kind of an ideal view of what scientific progress would look like or similarly, I mean, man, how can we cost function intelligence itself anyway, I guess, right? That's a tough one. So getting down to what this might lead to, clearly GE has some pretty strong impetus to further AI because you've got enough operations around the world to have a lot of different use cases here. When you think about what the third wave could allow for that really ML and traditional expert system first wave stuff is not prepared for. What are some examples of, hey, here's what we think we could unlock. So here's what we think about. Right. Right. So when I think of industrial research and we certainly are consumers of AI techniques and so forth. The general pattern of what I would consider what AI is today, generally revolves around control, what parameters can I set in order to get the best performance out of this device..

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China Warns US About 'Playing With Fire

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:19 min | 6 months ago

China Warns US About 'Playing With Fire

"President Biden and general secretary G have concluded their Zoom call, it went a long time and there were read apps on the United States side and there are redoubts on the Chinese side. I think what's most important, The New York Times is reporting the Chinese readout shows general secretary G bullying, President Biden on Taiwan. Irene, China's leader Xi Jinping, this is The New York Times. Urged the United States not to test his country's resolve on the question of Taiwan and island democracy, Beijing claims as part of its country. We are patient and willing to strive for the prospect of peaceful reunification with the utmost sincerity, mister GE told President Biden, according to a readout of the meeting, released by Chinese state media. But China will have to take resolute measures if the Taiwan independence separatist forces provoke compel or even cross the red line. In vivid language that has come to define Beijing's steadfast rhetoric, mister G criticized politicians of the United States who he said sought to use the island status as leverage over Beijing. A trendy described as dangerous. Quote, it is playing with fire. And if you play with fire, you will get burned. The Chinese readout cited mister G

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"ge " Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

06:11 min | 6 months ago

"ge " Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"A big breakout in this small cap, so can the climb continue. We're going to go off the charts next to find out. Plus, Tesla tanks, shares of the EV maker hitting the skids inking their worst day since September of last year. So what's next for the stock? That's when he's back in two. Welcome back to fast stocks pulling back from all time highs today as the S&P 500 posts its first loss in 9 Sessions, despite the drop or next guest says there is one area of the market absolutely bursting with upside potential. Let's go off the charts with your teeth as head of technical and macro research. Chris Brown, Chris, what are you seeing in the charts? Yeah, I think small caps are still really interesting here as we look forward to the end of 21 and into 22. Now remember Russell 2000 was up a 140% off the march 2020 lows, and then it got stuck and it got stuck for about ten months. So if we bring up our first chart here, what we see is that range that Russell two has been in really for the better part of the year and peaked in March and we've been waiting for resolution. And you know what? We've got it. This has been a decisive breakout above 23 75 for Russell two. But most importantly for us, it's doing it with an expanding new high list. The percent of stocks making new highs within the Russell two hit something like 30% this week, historically when you get that big expansion in new highs, the forward returns, particularly over the next three and 6 months tend to be better than what the historical averages are. So we like the movement small caps. We like that it's doing it with good breath as well. If you go to our second chart, and I'll just show you here, this might be self evident, but with small caps breaking out of the range, they are now starting to outperform large. I think this is a long time coming. They consolidated for much of the year. But this was about a four or 5 month relative high for Russell two versus S&P and it really brings us to our third chart here, which is the idea that this is the sweet spot of the calendar for small versus large. If you look at a historically really over the last 40 years, let's call it from November until about March is historically when you've seen the bulk of small cap leadership. Now, the question we want to ask ourselves is within Russell two where are the best areas to find strength and we'll start with the semis here. And the resolution in the semiconductors, many of which corrected pretty meaningfully over the spring and summer, I think is a very important story. And I think the macro perspective, the fact that you've seen all these small and mid cap semiconductors break out here over the last several weeks, is a hint or is the market hint that maybe some of these supply chain issues are starting to ease. So we like that message from the semis. And then the financials here as well, our last chart. This is the percent of financials within the Russell 2000 that are making new highs. Again, we've seen that data swell. So an expanding new high list for the Russell 2000 broadly, but we see it with semis. We see it with financials. I think the broader macro message here is, it's hard to say the economy is slowing when you have small caps, financials semiconductors, particularly down the caps scale, acting as well as they are. Chris, it's Tim, fascinating work. That was going to be my point. And so let's go to the mosaic ultimately that's being painted as it relates to also transports and industrials. And if you think about it, I've always seen the correlation between small cap and economic growth. And that's what you're describing here. Can you talk about also how this plays into two big sectors that at 1.6 weeks ago looked like they were rolling over as yields got a lot higher. It's in great point. I mean, I think this improvement in the big cap industrials and the small cap industrials over the last several weeks is another arrow in the quiver of this story that economic growth is re accelerating here and we went through a pretty punky one or two quarters where growth slowed. And whether it was supply chain induced or China induced, I think the message of the market right now and that's what we care about. It's not my opinion. It's the market's opinion. And the opinion of the market here with small caps industrials, semis, financials, discretionary getting better, I think is one of economic growth accelerating here. Look at some of these bellwether industrials. You mentioned GE before. Great chart. But look at Parker Hannibal and look at ITW. This is a really compelling story. The message of the markets, but not the message of the bond markets and I understand a lot of where the ten year yield has to do with positioning Chris, but I'm wondering what you see in the charts here in terms of where it should be going. Yeah, I think this low one 40 kind of mid one 35 neighborhood is going to be a big test for yields. Now, we did some work on this this morning. We shared with clients. I think a very important revelation. No, we're 20 months off the march 2020 lows. That is not an unusual point for the curve to actually start to flatten. The curve doesn't steep in indefinitely. And we look historically over the last really 40 years. It's about 1718 19 months off of a market low where you actually tend to see the curve flat. Now, that doesn't mean recession, it just means that transition more from early cycle to mid cycle. That's what I think we're in. Groups like industrial semis, financials are more mid cycles groups anyway. All right, Chris, great to see you. Thank you. Thank you. Chris Heron of strategus. All right, so interesting world we live in in which the markets, the equity markets can be telegraphing a strong economy and the bond market is telegraphing. I don't know what it's telegraphing at 1.43% guy. Neither do I and, you know, real yields in this country have never been lower. It's really a fascinating take. And I said a couple months ago, we played what's the most important chart you're looking at? And I said it was the Russell. I said, you had this huge run up into February of this year. And then a subsequent sideways action in the IWM between two ten and two 35. I actually thought I was going to break down and here we are breaking through that two 35 level. So it's clearly signifying something. And now the question is is the broader market going to pick up on that in terms of the S&P 500 and ratchet tool to new all time highs? That was my take a while ago. It's my take probably now. The IWM is the barometer for everything. 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"ge " Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

04:00 min | 6 months ago

"ge " Discussed on MarketFoolery

"We knew that the eBay transition was going to be bumpy this year. Dan schulman, the CEO said the third quarter was the one where PayPal would see. And I'm quoting here. The max impact on our results. I don't have any reason to not believe Dan schulman, but as a shareholder of PayPal, I hope he's right. I hope this is the max score. You know, we'll see some ripple effects in Q four and early 2022. But what do you, what do you think in terms of the results? Did anything stand out to you? Because it seems like this is one of those quarters that was really about the transition off of away from eBay. Yeah, I happen to think that that's at least partially true. This may not come as this may not come as a fun comment to you as a PayPal shareholder. I also wonder if PayPal is in the process of being beaten alive by the likes of Shopify, which manage the full transaction, the full process for online businesses, whereas all PayPal is really managing is the transaction. I am not sure that PayPal is the best option in any one of the segments where it is where it is competing at this point. Now, the flip side of that is, as we know in technology going over years, even in bleeding edge tech, which the back end of PayPal certainly is, is that you don't have to be the best. You have to be the most ubiquitous, and you have to be the default. So the fact that they are joining their joining Amazon at the hip, that's still something that has yet to really manifest itself and probably will be a big deal. I'm not particularly surprised by the results. They did, in fact, they did what they said they were going to do and that's all fine. I am a little concerned about PayPal given the competitive forces that are coming at it from all sides. The user base is huge. The user base is huge. You touched on this, but when you look at you look at PayPal proper, you look at Venmo, they have a massive installed base. They do. They do from the consumer end that's true. But there's another part of the coin, which is the merchant end. And I think that the Wix is in the Shopify of this world are a little bit more comprehensive in how they interact with most online merchants. Now Amazon doesn't need any of the stuff other than the transactions. For Amazon, it's just we have got this. So that's a great, that's a great companion for PayPal. I do wonder about how they are going to compete as we see companies like Shopify, just be rampant and taking care of online businesses end to end. So you don't look at the stock down 35% from its high and think, oh, this is this is a time to back up the truck. Well, I mean, so it's down 12% a day and yet down 35% from its high. I think that I think PayPal like a lot of companies, again, we have to remember that 2021 is kind of a weird year because 2020 was so unpredictable. How much of the growth that these companies saw in 2020 were due to the pandemic and to just change it of habits that are temporary versus permanent? I'm not particularly interested in PayPal at this price..

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"ge " Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

02:33 min | 6 months ago

"ge " Discussed on MarketFoolery

"In his book. You can be a stock market genius. Talks about this is exact situation. And his advice is follow the executives. Follow the executives because they're making a decision that should be. It should be pretty pretty reasonably expected to be a logical move where they're spinning out parts that they don't really want to manage or think are as promising. So I think that that's I think that that's good advice. I happen to think airlines airline and.

"ge " Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

03:56 min | 6 months ago

"ge " Discussed on MarketFoolery

"The one and only Bill man. Thanks for being here. How are you brother? I'm doing all right. I'm doing all right. We've got Roblox shooting to the moon and PayPal PayPal falling from the sky. But we have to start be the right work. Yeah. Exactly. They're adding an L and they're now PayPal. We will get to that. We have to start with what I can only describe as the end of an era when the Dow Jones Industrial Average was formed in 1896, General Electric was one of the original 12 companies in the average, and it was there. Stayed there for well over a century until it was replaced by Walgreens in 2018 and this morning CEO Larry culp announced that GE is going to split into three separate companies, the healthcare unit is going to be spun off in early 2023, the energy division will be spun off in early 2024 and the aviation business will be the remaining company. And before we get to the underlying businesses and what this means for GE shareholders and potential shareholders because the stock is up on this news, I'm curious how you felt when you saw this news because I felt even though I have never owned shares of GE. And never seriously thought about owning shares of GE. I did feel a twinge of melancholy. Yeah, I felt a little sad. I felt I felt a little bit sad. I mean, General Electric company is about to become three more specific electric companies. We'll see what we'll see what they do with the names. Apparently the aircraft division and will retain general General Electric. Yeah, it's not just the end of an era. It's also the end of the great Jack Welch experiment. And the Jack belt, well to experiment, remember, at the moment that he retired, he was perhaps one of the most revered CEOs in American commerce. And I think that it has been shown ever since then that he built sand castles in the air that this was a company that was built on really a great deal of financial engineering, some things that just didn't turn out to be that sustainable. And so this has been the long denouement for that type of conglomerate where you've got the financial segment was spun off years ago. You know, it's not shocking to me given how few conglomerates really make a go of it now that this has happened. Yeah, and we saw you go back a few years when she was really running into trouble. We saw them selling off different parts of the business here and there. So this is probably where they were headed anyway. And this is going to look, this is still for all of the downside for this stock from 2004 when it was the biggest public company in America. And ever since then, where it's sort of gone downhill. This is still a $125 billion company. This is not a small business. And so it makes sense 80% from its low this year. Yeah. And it will bonkers to me. It makes sense that it would take some time to unwind all of this. Do you have an early sense of. What is going to be the most attractive part of this business? Because I look at the fact that Larry culp is the CEO of General Electric. And he has picked the business, the one of the three businesses that he wants to run..

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GE to break up into 3 companies focusing on aviation, health care and energy

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 6 months ago

GE to break up into 3 companies focusing on aviation, health care and energy

"General Electric is splitting into three public companies focused on aviation health care and energy the company which dates back to eighteen ninety two said on Tuesday that it plans a spin off of its health care business in early twenty twenty three and its energy segment in early twenty twenty four G. anticipates keeping an almost twenty percent stake in the health care unit the company expects one time separation transition and operational costs of approximately two billion dollars related to the actions shares

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"ge " Discussed on The AI Podcast

The AI Podcast

01:36 min | 9 months ago

"ge " Discussed on The AI Podcast

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"ge " Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

01:31 min | 9 months ago

"ge " Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"This morning. A new partnership was announced between google and ge. Maybe the first time. I've ever mentioned ge on the show but it's ge appliances specifically and this is to build out smart appliance capability. So you can see how that would make sense. Quoting the louisville courier journal. Which i believe is the first time i've ever heard from them. As well. quote continuing on the momentum of recently launched new refrigeration line louisville based ge appliances is partnering with google cloud to focus on bolstering the manufacturers smart appliances capabilities. The two companies announced thursday the multi year deal folds into the louisville based organizations multi cloud strategy said shah chief digital officer of ge appliances a higher company cloud computing provides computer system resources like processing and storage without direct active management by the user shah said in an interview with the career journal that ge appliances currently works with amazon web services and oracle cloud infrastructure. The partnership with google cloudy said we'll leverage the california based platforms data capabilities shazad. Ge appliances plans to be proactive with intelligence collected through google cloud such as learning potential issues with appliances alerting customers and finding potential solutions. Ge appliances is constantly looking for ways to improve consumer experience. Shaw said for example. He mentioned that through cloud computing. The company was able to roll out an update to remotely add air fryer capabilities to two hundred thousand ovens and ranges just this past april and

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GE Appliances and Google Announce Partnership

Techmeme Ride Home

01:31 min | 9 months ago

GE Appliances and Google Announce Partnership

"This morning. A new partnership was announced between google and ge. Maybe the first time. I've ever mentioned ge on the show but it's ge appliances specifically and this is to build out smart appliance capability. So you can see how that would make sense. Quoting the louisville courier journal. Which i believe is the first time i've ever heard from them. As well. quote continuing on the momentum of recently launched new refrigeration line louisville based ge appliances is partnering with google cloud to focus on bolstering the manufacturers smart appliances capabilities. The two companies announced thursday the multi year deal folds into the louisville based organizations multi cloud strategy said shah chief digital officer of ge appliances a higher company cloud computing provides computer system resources like processing and storage without direct active management by the user shah said in an interview with the career journal that ge appliances currently works with amazon web services and oracle cloud infrastructure. The partnership with google cloudy said we'll leverage the california based platforms data capabilities shazad. Ge appliances plans to be proactive with intelligence collected through google cloud such as learning potential issues with appliances alerting customers and finding potential solutions. Ge appliances is constantly looking for ways to improve consumer experience. Shaw said for example. He mentioned that through cloud computing. The company was able to roll out an update to remotely add air fryer capabilities to two hundred thousand ovens and ranges just this past april and

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Jen Moss, Chief Creative Officer of JAR Audio, on Using Your 'Outside Voice' in Branding

Podcast Movement 2021

01:54 min | 10 months ago

Jen Moss, Chief Creative Officer of JAR Audio, on Using Your 'Outside Voice' in Branding

"What do we mean by outside voice. So i put a little thought into this this morning. Here's what we mean. We mean stories and messages with broad appeal we mean high quality storytelling we mean unbranded content or very lightly branded like subtle We mean content. That's relevant to larger social movements or conversations that are going on at the time We mean stepping outside your comfort zone. As a brand we mean having conversations that go far beyond products and services but you know probably still wanna adhere to brand pillars of brand values So nobody's asking brands to fund podcasts. That go against their values. That wouldn't make sense but if you're dealing with brands you know they. They have foundational documents. They have concepts. They have like an ethos and that's usually a very broad area. That's very interesting to play in. I think it's worth noting that Any podcast any show on the radio. Or you know any podcast network. They'll have an ethos as well. You always have to adapt content to work within a value set and so brands are no different from that. So just figuring out. What is that value set and working within it And i think by outside voice we also mean positioning your brand as an influence in a particular ongoing conversation or story genre. We'll get into that a little bit and you know taking a risk in order to get noticed so the primary example that gets brought up a lot here some of you may know it is Ge's the message which was written by new york playwright. Mak rogers and effectively positioned that brand as an innovative tech forward company by creating a sci-fi podcast never mentioned their

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The 7 Rules for Becoming a Millionaire Entrepreneur

Growth Experts with Dennis Brown

02:49 min | 11 months ago

The 7 Rules for Becoming a Millionaire Entrepreneur

"Today. I wanted to share with you. Seven tips seven lessons. That i've learned that will help you to become a millionaire entrepreneur. I let me start by saying. I've been an entrepreneur for over twenty five years and becoming a millionaire did not happen fast for me. It wasn't something where i went out. Launched my first business and it was instant riches. It didn't work that way for me. It took me many years to figure out exactly what i was doing. Make tons of mistakes along the way and so. My goal of this podcast is to help you to learn from my mistakes in advance. So now i'm going to share with you seven tips. Seven lessons that i've learned along the way lesson number one. You have to understand two very important terms and business caq and ltv cac stands for customer acquisition. Cost and ltv stands for lifetime value bullies. Terms are pretty self explanatory caq being customer acquisition costs that means it's the cost of acquiring a customer and lifetime value is the value of a client over the lifetime of that client not on their first order not in their first month nine in their first year but the lifetime value of client. Dan kennedy a famous entrepreneur copy writer and author was quoted as saying the business that can spend the most to acquire a customer wins now the cost of acquiring a customer is relative to the lifetime value if it costs you ten thousand dollars to acquire a customer that may seem like a lot but in reality if the lifetime value of that client is fifty thousand or a hundred thousand or a million ten thousand dollars would be a winning acquisition cost vice versa if it costs you ten thousand dollars to acquire a customer. The lifetime value is only a thousand or five thousand or even ten thousand. It's probably not a winning equation. So understanding caq and ltv is very important to every entrepreneur lesson number two under promise and over deliver. I've lived by this model for many many years as an entrepreneur and it is served me very well. The reason is simple. It's very hard to build a successful business without repeat and referral business and if you burn your customers on the way in you'll never get a reorder you'll never get a referral and you'll destroy your reputation and with the internet. The way it is these days. It's impossible to do business if you have a bad reputation so learning how to under promise. An overdeliver is a mainstay a staple and a core fundamental of every business. That i do

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How Data Can Improve Patient Outcomes with Allyson Jacobsen

Outcomes Rocket

02:14 min | 11 months ago

How Data Can Improve Patient Outcomes with Allyson Jacobsen

"Tell us a little bit. About how you and g healthcare are are adding value to the healthcare ecosystems specifically around these areas of am analytics. Yeah i think we're hoping that ecosystem by developing a bottles applications solutions. What have you that are really going to help. Our customers reduced cost. It's going to help them. Increase the access of care that they can provide all patients. It's going to help improve the quality of care that they can provide because it enables improvements inefficiencies within their workflows every day. And i think. Ge healthcare is uniquely positioned to do that because we're able to leverage over one hundred twenty five years within the healthcare industry with the medical devices that we create and provide to our hospital systems every day and to the clinical partnerships that we have where we can harnesses new technologies. That aren't just focused on technology themselves but are helping improve patient outcomes every step of the way for example right. Let's talk about self driven cars when we talk about self driving cars. Were not really excited about the technology in the car. We're excited more about it. Reducing commute times about it being safer about it eliminating fuel in the environment. It's those things that really benefit us that gets excited. It's not about the technology in the car. Itself is that makes sense makes sense yet. So you're basically saying. Hey there's a ton of technology out here were focused on the benefits that our customers can obtain through this and by way of that the patients us right receiving the care. That outcomes are better. They're more satisfied with so the driverless cars. The clinical decision support the interoperability. Forget about all that it's about what the benefits are

GE and Safran Are Developing Cleaner Energy Aircraft Engines

The KFBK Morning News

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

GE and Safran Are Developing Cleaner Energy Aircraft Engines

"And Safran working on a clean energy aircraft engine, and they feel like they can get those tests started in a few years using hybrid hydrogen technology, and G says they can cut emissions. About 20% off of today's use, Novak says they have

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Why Savant Systems' Acquisition of GE Lighting is the Future of High-End Smart Home

Project Voice 2021

03:03 min | 1 year ago

Why Savant Systems' Acquisition of GE Lighting is the Future of High-End Smart Home

"Across all industries and the data that is associated with these technological solutions sets us on the path to global scaling an unimaginable business growth. Which is the best way for me to introduce my colleague and my friend betty. Davita betty is a global executive with expertise in digital transformation and consumer financial services. Betty is currently the chief business officer and member of the board for finn. Connector a technology company which connects digital platforms and solutions and financial services companies via an api platform to accelerate digital transformation and open banking. Betty is also the founder of bet. Deb solutions a fintech advisory practice where she works with emerging companies on strategy value creation partnerships and the path to global warming previously. Betty served as the chief commercial officer of digital payments labs at for mastercard and prior to that that he held various leadership positions at city. Which is where we work together. Welcome betty thank you betty as the first question. I'm certain our audiences would be interested in your perspective of the digital transformation. That's taking place today in financial services we'd love to hear what are you seeing in the market and what business problems are being solved with these continuously evolving technologies. That's it's a loaded question. And i'll try to answer at At a couple of kind of macro levels and then try and get a bit into What we're seeing in different regions around the world. I mean at the macro level. It's clear that financial institutions can't continue to develop everything here right the notion of proprietary developmenh is just. It's not sustainable from the standpoint of the speed and velocity by which they need to turnaround new solutions. They've got a competitive landscape of thousands of been tax in stored ops that are entering the market and providing services at a level that You know consumers. Sme's incorporates see in their everyday transactions. And so there's so much friction that's been taken out of the equation with many of the digital giants and these new solutions. Banks can't continue to

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Bitcoin Is Much More Than a Speculative Asset

The Breakdown with NLW

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Bitcoin Is Much More Than a Speculative Asset

"There has been a huge amount of talk of es g. as it relates to bitcoin this week specifically obviously in the case of tesla reversing policy and no longer accepting bitcoin payments for cars because of environmental concerns. However i think that sometimes when we talk about es g we forget about the s and the g and if we want a complete picture of how. Bitcoin fits within this mindset. We can't only discuss the energy and environmental side. So today i'm reading. Alex glad scenes latest piece called. Check your financial privilege while those comfortable in the dollar bubble derived bitcoin the stories of three emerging-market users demonstrate why it is so important if you like this essay go back and check out my episode called bitcoin. Investing is es ge investing but for. Now let's get to reading in the eyes of most western elites investors journalists and academics. Bitcoin rates anywhere from an annoyance to a disaster. Just a few days ago. American billionaire charlie munger described. Bitcoin is disgusting and contrary to the interests of civilization. Warren buffet wants. The world's richest person sat next to monitor and obvious agreement. He said bitcoin is a delusion and rat poison squared and is warned that he is sorry about its rise because people get their hopes up. That's something like this is going to change their lives. Bill gates who also used to be. The world's richest person has said. Bitcoin is the greater fool theory investment. And that he would short it if he could. Hbo host bill maher skewered bitcoin in an extended segment on his show. Saying that the new currency's promoters are money. Hungry opportunists a few weeks earlier the new york times story that said bitcoin will ruin the planet financial times columnist. Martin wolf has long pegged it as quote ideal for criminals. Terrorists and money. Launderers prominent ivy league economist. Jeffrey sachs said that. Bitcoin offers nothing of social value. While former international monetary fund chief in european central bank president christine lagarde has called it a tool for totally reprehensible money laundering activity over the past decade. These financial experts. Reporters and policymakers have continuously pounded the narrative that bitcoin is risky dangerous bad for humans and bad for the planet.

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Interview With Sravan Kasarla, Chief Data Officer of Thrivent

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

02:23 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Sravan Kasarla, Chief Data Officer of Thrivent

"I am so thrilled to have as our guest today. Shrove on cassara. Who was the chief. Data officer at thriving financial will give us some insights into ai in the finance financial services industry so high trauma and thank you so much for joining us on today. Thank you nice to me on the podcast. Happy to go through. And she of my experiences in journey in how data and i have been changing world and have already been changing but it will be in the future. Yeah we're so excited to have you on for our listeners. Who were able to attend our data for ai. Conference back in september twenty twenty. We had you on a panel as well. So we're excited to get you back on the podcast. I am updates and additional insights. So we'd like to start by first having introduce yourself to our listeners. Tell them a little bit about your background. And your current role at thrive in financial again. I've been a data guy for the last twenty five years. So that's that's what i being amicably. But my goal of ada. Woody data managing the data Designing it s. all the. It's being impact of business outcomes. Business committed piece to what we used to be calling analytics before on what he now started calling modify and also machine learning. This is always. My journey has been to enable so biggest focus of mine. A expedients have been financial services over the last two holidays last for fifteen years. But i grew more in a consulting world obeyed ahead an opportunity to really learn how how is offense. Analytics and data to the business elite right the business not only operated businesses but also help understand bid the business that headed in the consulting world than e commerce and the deer by journey has taken me to g moldy g insurance arm off the ge to mass mutual financial. There's there's been the biggest impact of that i could I cannot recall

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Interview with Dara Treseder, Peleton's Head of Global Marketing and Communications

Skimm'd from The Couch

03:29 min | 1 year ago

Interview with Dara Treseder, Peleton's Head of Global Marketing and Communications

"To our women's history month series on skimmed from the couch. Where we're telling you about the women who made history this past year this week. Our guest is dr troy cedar. She's svp had a global marketing and communications for peleton the world's largest interactive fitness platform. That's led the charge. Apple fitness during the pandemic and dr herself is one of the most esteemed marketing professionals in the country. Before arriving at peleton last year dr was the cmo of carbon a three d. printing company and before that was the cmo of ge ventures darn. Thank you for joining us. Welcome to skin from the thank you so much for happy. Abby excited to dig in you have a great and lengthy resume. And so i am curious of all the jobs that you've had or activities you've been a part of which one stands out that means the most to you while obviously my palatine experience. You know it's interesting. You learn so much in your career right. You grow so much. I remember sitting in. The audience wants listening to meg whitman. And she talked about what it was like to be a veteran ceo. I remember kind of being like That's an interesting an interesting phrase. I had never heard someone use that before. And because i've had the opportunity to be a cmo twice in my career before this role. I felt really prepared. I kind of really understood what peleton needed. And i feel really equipped to be able to bring that to my team and to really create the environment that allows the amazing humans. I get to work with to thrive and succeed because you get better with time. It's almost like practice. makes permanent. Practice makes perfect practice. Makes better. And i feel like i've had experience practicing and so it feels really wonderful to be able to bring all the amazing things i learned at the amazing places. I worked to peleton at this moment. In time you are born and raised in nigeria and went to school both in the uk and later in the us. I'm really curious about your background and having the exposure in perspective from multiple places how that led you to marketing are inherently makes you a good marketer you know. I think that it's really important to live in different places and get exposure to different cultures. 'cause it's very interesting. How things change at how things can be very different as you move between different societies different cultures different nations and. I think that i am able to bring a certain richness and fullness to my marketing experience. Because i've had many experiences where i has been you know other and i have had to see how do people relate to me. How do people talk to me in a way that really resonates that feels authentic that draws me in and so having that in my own personal life i've been creates a wonderful texture right wonderful context for how i'm able to kind of step into the shoes of others step into the shoes of other segments of our customer step into the shoes of customers with behaviors. That are different than mine. Because i've had the experience of having basically navigating different worlds in my own personal experience. So i think it's i think it's a richness and i think it definitely has prepared me. I think to be a better marketer.

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GE, AerCap join air leasing businesses in $30 billion deal

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

GE, AerCap join air leasing businesses in $30 billion deal

"General Electric has reached a deal to combine its jet leasing business with rival air cap. In a deal valued at $30 billion As G moves to reduce its debt load. The creation of a new industry giant could mean airlines get better deals on planes has a larger leasing company from Wrangel. Lower prices from Airbus and Boeing. Shares of G, though, are tumbling 4.7% Today. It

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GE, AerCap join air leasing businesses in $30 billion deal

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

GE, AerCap join air leasing businesses in $30 billion deal

"Finally making good here on that strategy to continue to lean out G E course that deal to offload the air leasing business over the air cap. A big deal for G That's 24 billion in cash in its pocket and presumably in the pockets of its debt holders. Another six billion or so In equity in the new venture, so they don't actually asleep, participate in any upside that air cat gets out of that venture there, Bowing actually rallied

GE's smart home brand expands beyond lighting with a security camera

Daily Tech News Show

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

GE's smart home brand expands beyond lighting with a security camera

"Right. Let's talk a little more about smart home stuff. That's they went luxury. Smart home company savant systems. Ge lighting back in may of two thousand twenty and has now relaunched the see by ge smart leading brand under the name sink that spelled with a c c why nc. A new app is coming in march. That has promised to be more user. Friendly also customizable sink is also launching an outdoor smart plug in march an indoor security cameras in may smart switch for ceiling fans in june nice for the summer the sink. Indoor camera can record to the cloud or ssd cards and has a built in privacy. Shudder to cover the lens. If you so desire at thermostat is also come in sometime later this

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Interview With Dr. Stephen Porges

Dr. Drew Podcast

06:19 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Dr. Stephen Porges

"Doctor porges. Are you there. i'm here yeah. I want to gush about you for a second because i am a giant fan of your work and the observations that you brought to light. I thought it was time we took your material to the public. Which i know is going to be a little bit of a task because it's very physiological and very technical but this is the future. Are we off line. No we're on. We're on the rock. I know it sounds like i'm not talking. Okay then go ahead and gosh yes. Dr borjas develop. Something called the polly vega theory. And it is that may not be a term that is immediately apparent what it means everybody. But he basically has shown how a part of our central nervous system that has been ignored for longtime or at least marginalized. Maybe at the core of understanding. How i describe this. How are emotional. Landscapes work I i came to work. Dr portas through alan shore. I may humble disciple of his work and his his work informed. Everything i do and he is backed by the Will be on in a couple of episodes to talk to you about his work But he has been able to show you know how the emotional landscape is built how the self is built and how this is a a. We've missed the fact that this is a bodily based experience and that the auto onomic nervous system sort of breaks accelerator of our system has been marginalized in our understanding of this thing. We call motions and feelings. Is that a good way to sort of bring it start actually going if you don't mind me dancing in spring it I actually Realized i finally realized that you were trained as an internist. And what i would say is to start this. I would say that. What i do is really the interface between internal medicine and psychiatry. Yes so You should find yourself feeling very much at home. With the linkage of the on a nommik nervous system to behavioral mental health disorders will and it. Maybe that's why you ended up in addiction medicine too. Because that's a similar crossroad You know it's it's very much you know medical. There's a lot of medical stuff going on. It's there's neurobiology that's completely out of whack there's interpersonal there's dynamic issues psychiatric issues but ultimately it is about the body and the body's relation to the brain and that is something that i think has been when people talk for instance talk. I'm getting off topic completely right away here but whenever hear people talking about you know Computers or artificial intelligence. I think wait a minute. Humans have this all other thing that they're embedded in that informed so much of what they're experiencing maybe it's all of what they're experiencing but it also informs what they're thinking how they remember things and how they process information. It's why there's things like intuition and why we have insights those actually our bodies creating those those sorts of moments. I suspect well. We are biological. I mean that's what we are and whatever we do whether it's art or music or social interactions. It's really based on our biology. And this tends to be you know marginalized this importance and as you've already realized that we live in a world that is very i'll use the term cognitive centric or cle biased. It's being the same thing that this little part of the brain that deals with our awareness and our alertness in our consciousness is the major role of our brain and it's not really To help our body run and the way. Our body is functioning also feedback and provides porto's of accessibility to different mental competencies. Well let's try to talk about the vagus nerve and what you observe to talk about the poly vegas theory. I by the way gave a lecture at the usc university southern california. I know where you are. You're at dr professor of psychiatry university of north carolina By the way you can find more information at steven porges. Pr ge's dot com and the book. Which will be on. Our website is the poly bagel theory. gave a lecture not university of southern carolina near you. The university of southern california which is our usc and I tried to tip toe into your material. It was interesting because I do think. I do use it so much. In terms of helping people understand. Emotional regulation and inter subjective experiences. And they were pretty receptive. I even wrote an exam question about it which is about basic theory based in a national in a format that we're all accustomed to talk about what you observe how you got into this. Well i i'll talk about the history of getting into it in a moment but i The theory is extraordinarily logically based. But it's also intuitive. So now you have this balance between really deep science and the history of neuro anatomy off the allergy in the study of evolution on one side and the other side. The intuition of it this is this is how we feel that we act and when you put those layers together suddenly demystify. The unusual experiences people have had especially those who have been traumatized health issues. how i got into. This is really backwards. I think We all get into things that interest us about feelings and trying to understand our our body but we often go into profession so i started off in psychology and i was interested in physiological markers or parallels of psychological processes with kind of a dream that you could put electrodes on people and you Understand a lot about them without talking to them okay so you could understand A lot about their physiological states. And as i started to do my work and this is actually several decades ago i started to ask more serious questions not Simply where there correlates or relationships between ordinary activity and talking to prophecies or emotional states

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History of the COVID vaccine

The Economist: Editor's Picks

07:50 min | 1 year ago

History of the COVID vaccine

"The promise of a covid. Nineteen vaccine is immense. But don't underestimate the challenges ahead. Nine long years elapsed between the isolation of the measles virus in nineteen fifty. Four and the licensing of vaccine. The world waited for twenty years between early trials of polio vaccine and the first american license in nineteen fifty five marvel then at how the world's scientists are on course to produce a working vaccine against sars kobe to the virus that causes covid nineteen within a single year. And not just any vaccine. The data from a final stage trial unveil this week by pfizer and biontech to pharma companies suggests that vaccination cuts your chances of suffering symptoms by more than ninety percent. That is almost as good as for measles and better than the flu job with an efficacy of just forty to sixty percent. Suddenly a dark winter there is hope not surprisingly phases news on november ninth rouse the markets bulls investors dumped shares in florax peleton tech firms which have all benefited from the corona virus and instead switched into firms like disney carnival and international consolidated airline's group. Which will do well. When the sun shines again the oecd. A club of mainly rich countries reckons that global growth in twenty twenty. One with an early vaccine will be seven percent. Two percentage points higher than without there is indeed much to celebrate. Pfizer's results suggest that other vaccines were worked to over. Three hundred and twenty are in development. Several in advance trials most liked pfizer's focus on the spike protein with which sars covy to gains entry to cells. If one vaccine has used this strategy to stimulate immunity of us probably cantu pfizer's vaccine is also the first using a promising new technology many vaccines prime the immune system by introducing in fragments of viral protein. This one gets the body to make the viral protein itself by inserting genetic instructions contained. In a form of our anna. Because you can edit aren. Hey the vaccine can be tweaked should the spike protein mutate as it may have. Recently in ming this platform can be used with other viruses and diseases possibly including cancer on original focus so celebrate how far biology has come and how fruit fleet can manipulate biochemical machinery. For the good of humanity. There will be time later to worry about how that power might also be abused and celebrate the potency of sciences at global endeavor drawing on contributions from across the world. A small german firm founded by first generation. Turkish emigrants has successfully. Worked with an american multinational company headed by greek chief executive yet despite the good news too big question out about the characteristics of the vaccine and how fast it can be distributed. These are early results. Based on ninety four symptomatic cases of covid nineteen from among the forty four thousand volunteers. Further answers must wait until the trial has gathered more data. It is therefore not clear whether the vaccine stop severe cases or mild ones or whether it protects the elderly whose immune systems are weaker nor is it known whether inoculated people can still cause potentially fatal infections in those yet to receive jobs and it is too soon to be sure how long the beneficial effects will last clarity will take time in the next few weeks. The trial should be declared safe. Though further monitoring of the vaccine will be needed. The company's predict that immunity will last for at least a year. The ninety percent plus efficacy so high that this vaccine may offer at least some protection to all age groups while the world waits data it will have to grapple with distribution will be in short supply for most of next year. Although our any jobs may prove easier to make it scale than those based on proteins pfizer's requires two doses. The company has said that it will be able to produce up to fifty million doses in two thousand and twenty one point three billion next year. That sounds a lot but america alone has over. Twenty million first responders medical staff care homeworkers an active duty troops perhaps a fifth of the world's seven point eight billion people including two thirds of those over seventy risk. Severe covid nineteen. Nobody has ever tried to vaccinate an entire planet at once as the effort mounts. Ge's medical glass and stuff could run. Short worse visors shots need to be stored at temperatures of minus seventy degrees celsius or even colder far beyond the scope of your local chemist companies building an ultra cold chain but the logistics will still be hard. The vaccine comes in batches of at least nine. Hundred and seventy five doses. So you need to assemble that. Many people their first shot and the same crowd again. Twenty one days later for a booster. Nobody knows how many doses will be wasted so long as there is too little vaccine to go round. Priorities must be set by governments. A lot depends on them getting it right within countries and between them modeling suggests that if fifty rich countries were to administer two billion doses of vaccine that is eighty percent effective they would prevent a third of deaths globally if the vaccine was supplied according to rich and poor countries population. That share would almost double. The details will depend on the vaccine. Poor countries may find ultra cold chains. Too costly the domestic answer to these problems is national committees to allocate vaccine optimally. The global answer is kovacs. An initiative to encourage countries equal access to supplies ultimately though the solution will be continued work on more maxine some might survive in commercial. Refrigerators of those will work. Better on the elderly still others might confer longer protection require a single shot or stop infections as well as symptoms all those that work will help increase apply. Only when there is enough to go around. We'll anti vaccines become an obstacle early. Reports suggest the jap causes fevers and eggs which may also put some people off. The good news is that an efficacy of ninety percent makes vaccination more attractive. The next few months will be hard global recorded. Death rates of surged past their april peak. Governments will struggle with the logistics of axon nation. America is rich and it has world class medicine but it risks falling short because the virus is raging there and because the transition between administrations could lead to needless chaos and delays squandering lives. When a vaccine is at hand would be especially cruel. Science has done. Its bit to see off. the virus. Now comes the test society

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How to Sneak Fortnite on Your iPhone

Latest In Tech News

01:26 min | 1 year ago

How to Sneak Fortnite on Your iPhone

"Let's jump jumping. Because i know we'll see you want to know how to play fortnite on your iphone again. Since it was booed off. Well here is how to do. Just that now. Fortnight's app is still banned from the apples but that never stopped anyone clever. Here's how you do it in videos. Cloud streaming service. Ge focus now will reportedly work on iowa's devices apple. Use a browser based connection to circumvent some of apple's streaming restrictions and fortnight is among the games available in services library. Now if that plane actually comes to fruition. Google stadia and microsoft cloud gaming service are banned from the app store outright as our asset you connect to them through browser that said amazon's lunacy streaming service works on iowa's through a web browsers hope even for us now does make it onto the app store and giant grants somehow way to play fortnite and iphone again. And we'll be drawbacks to plan it that way since you'll be streaming the game from the cloud rather than planet locally on the iphones hardware. They're probably going to be put latency. Lay graphical issues and playing on subpar internet connection. And you also have to pay for g. four's now's a five dollar month subscription fee in order to play fortnite interested services the library. But you'll be able to play the game. So i mean i guess. It works out better that way

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Typhoon Goni Cuts A Path Of Destruction In The Philippines

Morning Edition

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Typhoon Goni Cuts A Path Of Destruction In The Philippines

"Storm of the year has hit the Philippines, leaving at least 16 people dead and tens of thousands homeless. NPR's Julie McCarthy reports on the aftermath of Typhoon Goni Goni approached the Philippines with sustained winds of 195 MPH, some of the highest on record. Catastrophic winds and torrential rains cut a path of destruction just above the midsection of the Philippine archipelago. Christopher Romero captured the fury in this phone video from Legacy City. In the devastated province of all by across a broad swath of the region, Typhoon Goni snapped power lines right off rooftops and flattened fields of crops. Officials report. At least 22,000 homes were destroyed sheets of rain all but submerged. The 800 family town of Comolli. GE Christian Yap told NPR. Only his father remained to guard the family home watching a river bursting its banks. Yap and his mother evacuated yaps father survived the flooding that inundated their home. But not as badly assault in one area of the water is so intense that only the rooftops of the houses are visible, he said. A community leader. Yap said his town was prepared. Many residents evacuated to local schools in advance of the storm. They have emerged, he said, to clean up the new, deep mud. Goni made landfall in the Pacific facing island of cotton iguanas were all communication has been knocked out. Goni spared. Manila barely grazing the capital before heading west out to sea downgraded to a tropical storm. Forecasters warn that another typhoon what Sahni is forming behind Goni, Julie McCarthy. NPR news

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"ge " Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"ge " Discussed on 550 KFYI

"GE? Thiss is the go show. Thanks for hanging out with us. We celebrate all things outdoors for a playground of a state that we live in. I am your host, Mike Russell. We really do When I say we appreciate you being here we really do appreciate you being here. Two hours of your weekends, not sneeze that I know. I hope you enjoyed it. We're almost done. We're at the end of this is to be a time when I look at intern beans or interns there and say what? Come on. We're not almost done, Are we? I am a working vacation, So I am Huntington Beach, California This is my old hood. So where I used to live and but called the great state of Arizona, my home and I will not change that. For all the tea in China love me some ese and I will be back super soon. So let's let me tell you a little something about me. I like consistency. I like reliability. If you look at my gun safe, you will see Bolt action rifles. And at least two revolvers. The reason why I like bolt action, and I like revolvers, and like pump shotguns is because I know there is very little that can go wrong with them. Right. There is little that can go wrong with a cylinder that spins and a hammer that goes back and forth. There's not a lot of Spacey Tech that goes into that. That's why I'm deathly afraid of the whole smart gun conversation. Because there's just too much It can go wrong when I needed to go bang. I needed to go bang right, even semi out of shotguns, Lot of technology going on there. There's gas, and there's this, Nate, I There's a lot happening there. My old trusty old trusty Billy. She ain't gonna let me down. Not going to let me down. As my pump. And in turn Sarah's pump shotgun as well. Or or new jizz? Ah, a single shot. I just simple So when it comes to all this electric stuff, it's really kind of freaking me out. And where I started freaking out is when I thought about Ah, upgrading the Falcon and upgrading trucks. I drive enough 1 50. And I saw the new 2021 f 1 50. And I went Ah. Oh, okay. Um, yeah, It looks like a truck. Kinda And what I mean by that is, if I can turn a key. Maybe I'm just old. If I can't turn a key, it's hard to trust it. This push button nonsense is kind of freaking me out this push start. And I, you know, you push it. I tried to imagine myself in a in the forest. I'm up north in the snow. And I get and I get to the truck and I hit the button, and I just It's just me. I want to crank minimum. That's what I want to do. Then let me tell you something. It looks like a spaceship. It's got a lot of screens and a lot of touch screens and all that. I'm like it's not very trucky. You know, And then the new Bronco was was announced. And I'm thinking, Wow, It's kind of this tug on it. So I just want to stick with an older truck. I like but then is that reliable? With us all moved to all electric stuff is just it's a little It's a little dicey to me. And all and I was completely used the new one of the new words. I was triggered when I saw the 2021 1 50. Because I've got Yeah, We're all moving to electric. Everything. You know, I mean, how many times has your GP has been on the fritz? Your garment watch oer your phone. That's all electronics. When you're not hunting, you better needn't know how to use a map. You know, you better know how to use the topographic map. So you know where the hills are and all that stuff you but have you can't mark someway, your truck mark somewhere in case everything conks out on you in case it gets wet. I just don't know what could go. What could go wrong? I know a lot of something Go wrong. And hope everything goes right when it comes to these electric vehicles. And then I saw that quiet cat was, But do you do you ever quite cat? Quiet cat were those electric bikes and their maid All authority the big like mountain beefy mountain bikes, But there are electric And they were advertised for our world for the outdoor world. So you can basically sneak into a spot without having to hike the six miles like we did on our last. L can't you could just kind of cruise along on electric bike. I think, Okay, that's neat. But what if it's snowing? What Ifyou're going through creeks does this. You feel me on this? I Maybe I don't want Ted to catch up with hunting. Maybe I just wanted to get back in the old kind of days. Like like, why are we why we even have the Option of taking a of taking a bicycle. It's electric. Certainty. If intern beans were here, she would be throwing something at me. You are so old, because I'm catching myself right now sounding very old. Yeah, I am. Yeah. I mean, there's there's electric everything this electric a TVs. Yeah. All electric getting in and out with just its supposed to it. It's all in the name of stealth, but it scares the tar outta me. I'd rather walk and I think I will have come here. Voices get a little dicey there so But do you want that chime in on facebook dot com. Forward slash Negotiate with my gross on instagram and go show off my grass will let me know. And by the way, put posted to my page or comment on one of the posts on Instagram. If you send me an instant message, I'm terrible with that, or direct message. What? Every call of things I'm.

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"ge " Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"ge " Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Or GE. And I noticed yet last night in the New York City demonstrations that happened in the aftermath of the grand jury findings in the pre ona Tal occassion, Louisville It was fast paced a lot of the folks who had merged together in the Lower East Side. The group coming from Brooklyn. The group coming from Manhattan couldn't keep up with the pack. And they were falling to the wayside. All kinds of strange and paint. You know, that happens when you do a normal workout. That happens often times when you saw jogging a running, maybe for the very first time you haven't done it in a month of Sundays. You take a Bengay bath, You stink up the joint. Your martial artists used Tiger balm. That stinks, too, Or you're popping pain pills. As you say. I just temporary remedy. It's going to match the pain, but it could lead to a lot of mission got to take that from my experience. No, what you need for strains and pains. His physical rehab is going to make it go away. Stay away without using pain pills. That's why I recommend you to Trinity Rehab. It's where I and my wife, Nancy, go look on the baby Boomer. She's the hips. The millennia. We live in Manhattan, but we schlep across the George Washington Bridge. CAS Trinity Rehab has sent his whole throughout New Jersey. In fact, it just opened up in East Windsor Inn, Paramus to make it even easier for you to get to, but they have what most physical rehab centers don't have the pad machine. It's FDA approved nonsurgical acoustic pressure wave technology similar to what used to break up kidney stones. It breaks up scar tissue, enhance his healing and gets rid of paint Allah Happy dough, so whether it's back or.

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"ge " Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"ge " Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Or GE. All across America. The Larry Elder show, Larry, How long are normal people going to put up with these mad dogs in the street? Burning, looting, killing rioting, Uh, destroying property and threatening people come into restaurants and not making the not allowing people to eat there. Her meals and making them raised their fists in the air. Or there are their herd them. How long is this going to keep on going on Cripple? 8971 s a G E triple 89717243 Larry elder relief that could die comfortably as I mentioned. Around 25 unarmed black men killed last year. That's about the average in the last several years. So that gives these protesters to a month ago on the street and tear things up over. Never mind they should be dealt with on a case by case basis. Never mind. There are at least as many unarmed whites that are killed every year every month, as are unarmed, black. Nobody, of course, cares about them. It's all manipulation. As I said before. From the media perspective, this's drive for ratings. And, of course, they hope that if they created an image of America being a racist hellhole, and that Donald Trump has has stirred the flames Then fanned the flames, and they could get Donald Trump out of here. And remember, they're mad at themselves for helping to create Donald Trump. Because when Donald Trump first ran for office, he was perceived as a joke. Arianna Huffington of the Huffington Post wouldn't even put him in the politics section. She put him in the entertainment section. Little by little. His numbers began began paying off these Republican opponents, and then they realized it created a monster, so they're mad at themselves. And the determined not to let that happen again. And of course, I hate his guts. So This is what's going on here. Now I've told you how much I love my my pills. What have I told you?.

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"ge " Discussed on EFT/Tapping Q & A Podcast w/ Gene Monterastelli - Emotional Freedom Techniques

EFT/Tapping Q & A Podcast w/ Gene Monterastelli - Emotional Freedom Techniques

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"ge " Discussed on EFT/Tapping Q & A Podcast w/ Gene Monterastelli - Emotional Freedom Techniques

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"ge " Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"ge " Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Or GE. Well, this is Ben Shapiro show. We got a big hour coming up for you. A little later on in the hour, will be joined by overgrazing, president of the Foundation for Research on Equal opportunity. And he's the offer brand new paper on whether we should open up schools or not. Suffice it to say. The media argument that schools should remain closed forever until the end of time is not back by a whole hell of a lot of data. We'll get to that. Plus, we'll be talking a little bit about Mary Trump because the president's niece now is a massive bestseller, end and Finally, after years of quiet darkness, she has admitted that President Trump used the n word. Or maybe he didn't. But he can't. He's selling a book. So we'll get to that in a little bit. We begin at the sound with your covered 19 update. So obviously uptick. Israel there's an uptick in the number of cases identified across the country. That does not mean United States is being overwhelmed of my cases. Right now, the the hospitals are not. In fact, overwhelmed hospitals in Texas and Florida are by and large handling all of this. According to Alex Berenson, former New York Times reporters getting off a lot of flak for for reporting stats like this. He points out that there's still 2100 empty beds in Houston, which is one of the hardest hit spot. Also we know that Arizona may well of Pete's already So Yo, Is this the end of the world? Look, we're none of it's good. Okay? We're seeing 1000 deaths today again, which is not good, but this is also predicted. As you let people out of lock down. You are naturally going to see more people getting infected and I will come along with an increased rate of death. Is that mean that the only possible solution here is locked down the media of crafted narrative? The narrative is that the only thing that works is locked in a complete and total lock down. And also New York, New Jersey Masters thes Air states that did it right. They lock things down until they flattened the curb. Alternatively, these are also the states with the highest death per 1,000,000 rate in America. So that one of the reasons you may not be seeing up take care because it burned through everybody in New York. It burned through everybody. By state, the steaks that were worsted by this thing that's for one million population. In order, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, DC, Louisiana, Michigan, Illinois. You get over in Maryland before you get to a Republican governed state and Larry Hogan obviously has been pretty anti Trump Pennsylvania, Delaware to get all the way down to Mississippi before you get a Republican state. A red state. The first What? 123456789 10 11. 12 the 1st 12 states in order. Of death for 1,000,000 population of blue states. Yet we are told that the blue states have handled this beautifully and the red states are handling this horribly. Here's sort of the reality. We don't really know how people are handling this other than fairly obvious mistakes like Don't ship old people with Kobe back into nursing homes. As pretty much all you can do. This idea that full lock down, they're going to save you. Hens in California. California is experiencing. Just massive upsurge right now. You look at the number of deaths being experienced on a state by state basis. California 128 deaths yesterday. 456 Texas at 134. California is right there in that group. California has experienced a total at this point. Well over 7000 doubts about 7400 deaths. Florida's About 4700 Texas is still a 37 100 Compare that to New York, which has 33,000 or New Jersey that has 16,000 or even Massachusetts that has 8400 So that the notion that the blue states really got control this thing it is pretty incredible How the media trying to spend this in The New York Times on the front page of its website today had a chart It showed New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. I believe New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. And they're charging for this big spike in the beginning, and then it withers away, And then it was the rest of the United States. Where is there's kind of gradual spike in the beginning, But I went down and now it's going back up again a little bit. There's only one thing to know. Hey, you're about three states versus the other 47 states in the union. The total number of deaths in places like New York and New Jersey and Connecticut. Is kind of, even with most of the rest of the United States. Which doesn't say a lot for how this thing's been handled right? The total number of deaths right now in the United States, about 140,000 New York is a 33. New Jersey is at 18. That's 51 total. And Conn. Is another for thousands of 55 55,000 of the 140,000 deaths. Took place in three states. So well over 1/3 of the total deaths of the United States took place in three states. With a combined population. New York has a population of about 19 million. New Jersey has a population. Of approximately 9,000,028 million in Connecticut has a population of about four million. I believe So you're talking about a grand total of like 10% of the American population, representing about 1/3 of all the deaths. And that is That is not A good showing by any stretch of the imagination. But the media seemed to want to say that this is a good showing. And that's all the red states that really botched this thing beyond all belief. About a little bit of humility here. Nobody knows how to handle this thing. Seriously. Jim Garrity has a very good piece of national abuse. Been doing a good job covering Cove in 19 day today. And he points out. At the most common strain of covered 19 in the U. S is actually really contagious and much worse than the Asian strange When you're comparing us to Hong Kong, you're not actually doing this right? According to Guarantee. A study released last month by the Scripts Research Institute concluded that the strains of the virus spreading so quickly in Europe in the United States have a mutated spike protein that makes them about 10 times as infectious as the strain initially identified in Asia. Seems like we're having a rougher time controlling this thing because it ain't the same virus. More and more. Researchers say this thing is airborne. And that means that the measures that are being taken are only gonna be sporadically successful. By the way, this is shown in the masking data. I was looking at two maps today. The New York Times released a map. That was attempting to show how many people are abiding by wearing masks. And what it shows is basically a lot of mask wearing all the way along the coast. And then on the West Coast and also on the East Coast. A lot of mass pouring in the middle of the country, not tons of mask wearing Well, when you overlay that, with a map of where infections have been identified, what you actually see is people responding and kind of normal fashion. If there are a lot of cases nearby, people are responding in semi rational fashion. The mask wearing may keep it down to may not keep it down. But one thing is for sure. If you're in the middle of nowhere, you're probably not taking super seriously the mask wearing at this point It's not a great shock. If nobody near you has had it. You don't know anybody who's had it and you live in a small town in middle of Miller. Then what exactly is that? Why would you expect those people to want to put on masks? By the way again. The mask wearing is not universal, even across Europe. This idea that mask wearing is the be all end. All is not used in Norway. It's not used in Denmark is not used in Sweden is not used in Finland. Fewer than 10% of the population say this Fewer than 10% of the population in these countries say they wear masks regularly. We've been told in every other area of life, the Scandinavian countries, they know exactly what they're doing. But here apparently, the people who know what they're doing are the Italians who all wear masks and also got ravage..

"ge " Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"ge " Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"In Tai O GE and experience a great point of view or form or information, visit Tioga nd dot org's What's s Brock Walker from Blue Flip ethanol plant An Underwood. He's an electrical instrument technician a little bit about the question of egg and energy coming together. What do you think you're in Which one would think we're And both. I mean, we are You know, providing a place for local farmers to bring their corn that they grow and they can locally bring it to our facility. We received most of our corn from local farmer's truck, the corn to the plant to sell so definitely part of the egg industry in that respect, But the energy industry you know where We're trying Tio create energy independent here. You know, North Dakota so we can hear the corn Lee. We grow here and create a fuel that we can use right here in you know in the state. Another another place inside. They were in the energy and industry, ethanol and agriculture or one and building better communities find out more in the ethanol dot or GQ and the ethanol dot org's Here's your W Z f G three day forecast from whether ology dot com showers and storms are possible across the region. For tonight, some of which could be staunch is a beer with a low near 61 as we get into your Tuesday will stand there. Partly sunny skies warm up to around 80 with sunshine expected for your Wednesday in behind your 86 finally, for Thursday, it's like chance of storms from the flag Weather Center. I'm Derrick Coleman on amble oven under the flag. Currently it's 80. How would you like a brand new set of customized Mizuno Irons and a driver busted Mizuno Kilo bag and sand wedge, along with Taylor made TP black copper butter. The set is worth over $2200 you could have the winning bid Thursday, July 16 AM 1100.

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"ge " Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"ge " Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Or GE That's right. Both Cavalcanti coming up in less than half an hour on the radio on 93.9 FM w. N. Y C state, and there's more live from here just ahead of our listening to lie from here. Showers thunderstorms possible tonight the cloud should start clearing up overnight. We'll have loaf about 73 degrees. Tomorrow. Sunny and hot, high near 90. Good evening. Happy Saturday night. It's 7 35 On the little taking us the fiddle camp there. Welcome back to live here, Won't you please also welcome back. Tom Papa. So the theme of the show is wee hours, and they asked if I would talk about that, and I got nothing. Because I've got Children and I was cool for a while. Ice. Listen a fish, too. Now I do it quietly in the bathroom so as not to disturb people. Better explain this. I'm going to read you an essay from my book. Your dad stole my rake and other family dilemmas. It's entitled Children..

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"ge " Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

11:32 min | 2 years ago

"ge " Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"Can i. Can I be really annoying and say I don't watch much lower outside of my day job? Have you ever read anyway? Fill the Well I I loved all of the John Grisham books in the day to be fair. I love Pelican brief for example. That was one of my favorites. So you idea of the law via John Grisham was yes exactly exactly but the the truth also is in going back to my childhood degree and my dad. Being a barrister is that it'll work. Experience or times dot had a few days I would just go and spend time with him either in his chambers or go to particular courtrooms or whatever and one time. I actually work. Experience go into Preston Crown Court with him for murder trial for for the week. I mean he didn't realize that I was probably going to be looking at certain pictures which are probably shouldn't have been looking at to be fair and going down to the cells and it really put gave a complete new. Spend to the law for me. Generally and Dodd was pretty pretty adamant that I wasn't I wasn't shouldn't be embarrassed probably the long hours the quite into the lifestyle they have to lead as a one bands to a degree But it didn't necessarily put me off kind on the this list. Decided things are going to the unloaded short questions that we route where we're heading to the end. Did I knew then what I wanted to feel under pressure. Now if you could change one thing I've got this written down. If you change one thing about yourself what would it be? Depends who you ask a few would say my have I think unfortunately. That's that's genetics. Now but I would have liked to have played a bit more football when I was younger. We only good. I was all right but I played lot to be fair as well but what actually decide. I got knowing that she knows a lot of people know this. I actually got sculpted for Ford F. C. Which they were in one of the nonleague when the the backup and Liverpool and the truth was I was more interested in watching the all those days not that I was going to make it as a footballer anyway but I should have made bustling box to box. I was I was. I started out as a number ten. Okay but then sort of grudgingly went back. My headline received it. I guess so now I still try and plan. Thirty eight veterans now For Local League offered. And I'm yeah. I'm one of the quicker more resilient guys team 'cause everyone else has basically got injuries or has gone Fata. I'm generally in a slightly shape. I think which bits of your job to people think is are interesting. Cheese is not very interesting. Well the bits that's all of it actually is the truth. That sounds brilliant. That when I say full lawyer and you get to go to games and chat with people and all the rest of it but the truth is as I mentioned a few other things. I'm contract law lawyer. I'm an intellectual property lawyer dispute lawyer. I'm a reputation management lawyer in deputies lawyer so the the the crux of what? I'm doing day to day is is is football. Audit is not foot. Lord told us the truth Nick Councilman is someone I again. He's he's a mate of ours. He's in our group is on cooling. I'm he said I said what. What questions would I ask you? He said that ask him. What's the future of of football agents in into meteors? How long have you got a Gal? We'll do thirty seconds. The the near future is things are going to change. Quite rapidly thief is about to reregulate On on two fronts significant one because an agent exam is likely to come into force again which is probably going to take away about seventy percent of the agents market because the test and exam historic pretty difficult and I presume party remained pretty difficult. The other flipside of that is that there's going to be a big case on the horizon unless things get resolved which is agents against fever for the capping of Agents Commission. That to me is one of the fascinating sort of topics that's going on right now. and It doesn't apply get resolved anytime soon and at school. Would you prefer to be the smartest kid in the class or the most popular well? I wasn't the smartest and I wasn't the most popular but I was probably the most hardworking and I remember listening to Simon and one of his podcasts. That he did a while back. Which was I really resonated? Loads which was so dent. Yes where he would. He said You'd be one. He outworked anybody. But then when you challenges happened when he was done in a wider goldfish bowl of exceptional to really talented people who may be got a bit quicker or Denisa. Spend as much time on it. It's sort of resonated quite low which is a lot work anybody but it sometimes takes the cogs a tiny bit longer to work. Wednesday work. They usually all right. What's your favorite time of day? I'm beginning to like sunrises more because I get up yeah I think so because I use. I'm still quite an ideology issue as well But it means that they're not don't I can't get up particularly but I've got two girls who are seven and almost five so they're up six ish so I am up Abou- Hof six ISH With Hall But I try I find. I'm most creative between about nine hundred midnight so I find embraced. I've been what sound do you associate? We work? Oh it's that. It's that two topping the keyboards the slow drone across a whole law firm in magnified. It's just which is changed. Isn't it that that that's the sound of? I mean it's the same. When I first started working in journalism people were talking on the phone all the time. And you just there was and you. Could you learn a lot you know? Stick basically of how to approach people how to talk to people and you. Could you had the the ad the editorial law and yet the sales guys advertising guys. You don't get any more. People go into rooms to have calls now causing meetings on everyone's on headphones and open offices. There's a really interesting thing about quiet open offices. I find weird. I certainly agree with that. But I almost flip as well which was when I started at my first law firm. We all each of us had our own office. So you're actually didn't hear your superiors speak unless you're on a conference call with them which actually found quite a difficult thing when I then moved firm. We're in office sometimes with three or four people and you felt so I felt so self conscious about to doing a phone call a technical phone call or whatever else it might be. I'm at but actually in time. I really liked the facts that I was in a room with a few people to hear how other people handle certain situations so again. Well we have a corner of the Sheridan's Office I. It sounds weird but I sometimes really enjoy listening to how the people interact on the phone or listening to. Hof side of particular phone calls so sometimes I agree. It can be quiet but other times I actually really like being very close to someone to ask them something to hear that tone to understand how the putting across the message to ask for some thoughts about before I do a call or two here how calls went and find out how it went with the other person so I agree with all of that. I quite liked being close enough to someone to be able to. Hof Eavesdrop without sound so sometimes I just wanted to. How people develop is an informal training in a formal training process for any job. I guess and the I spent the last few years working in an open office. And I've taken this book quiet by Susan. Cain which recommends it say. It's about the sort of The power of introverts. It comes back to listening on losing. But her point is the the open office which has come about because of laudable. Democratic sort of aims has actually played to the extra The loudest people people who thrive on the people who are competent enough to stand up and talk on the phone loudly. It it depends how you're clustered. I guess is the Truth and the type of personality within your team. I will try and do. I will try to Coles at my desk so in a way not saying I'm feeling of how to speak fall from it but I I like the fact that I'm in a nope. Not Too loud hopefully program just to be able to get the more maybe more junior guys not team to hear how approach it. But that's only on the basis of plagiarizing other people's voices over the years. The of things I think they've done well or how to say things all went to hold back. Winds up went to be silent. I think is massively underrated skill these days as well right final final thing. You mentioned some. He's been mentioned a few times on this but he he was a lawyer then sports agent and he's now running dog horses creative agency career path of a sports lawyer. What wh where? Where does it end up of two things? I was thinking that the first is for me. I I wasn't sports LOUIS FOR THE FIRST TEN YEARS. Really of my life On a heartbeat. I'd say for the last maybe six or seven at at least full-time it can end up wherever you want it to end. I see really famous last words but I I see this as the the the means to the ends. I love doing my work but what I also love is. The flexibility gives me to do all of the associated things that I think that works. Go back to the beginning point. The funnel point really I I. It's funny I it's the whole point about podcast as well. I hate the sound of my voice. But then I keep doing podcasts. Different Labs loved sometime on the train. I just listened to myself. Well Yeah it's not quite meet just yet but at the same time I know the value of maybe if it's right way at the value of my voice where I think I can help people. Demystify industry help people learn and develop with particular things that I'm saying typing or doing I like for example being able to use my network to help to get out. He's chatting with rays of sunshine team this morning who doing fantastic work on holly. My wife just went. What are they residential? And some more or less day to day make wishes for Sick and ill children on just because we work with loads of high profile players and agents and we workloads clubs and stuff. I can link you to this person. This person and then the great thing is than it actually happens. And that's in a way the the sounds trite the beauty that we sometimes have at our Hans. Which is the ability to make very small but meaningful changes to people if you can do things in the right way. So that's the that's my Nice Eve Lucien. 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"ge " Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"ge " Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"A collaboration with GE healthcare focuses on building ventilators production with forty set to begin April twentieth at a Michigan plant General Motors was also pushed last week by president trump's defense production act to speed up its partnership with inventing life systems it will begin producing ten thousand ventilators per month in the coming weeks at a plant in Indiana tables of the number of coronavirus cases around the world tops more than a hundred thousand nearly twenty percent here in the U. S. where the number of people who died is now to thirty one hundred seventy many of those in New York City area or a make shift hospital built by Franklin Graham's organization opens today in Central Park we've got people there that have experience dealing with infectious diseases so they know how to do this are there quick before they're ready for it no U. S. navy hospital ship getting ready to take non corona patients today after docking in New York other temporary hospitals are being set up in convention centers in other places in other states like Louisiana and Michigan where cases keep spiking America's listening to fox news he'll be J. news time is eight oh two good morning I'm mark Caesar this update is brought you by sinus and snoring specialists a survey of Texas restaurant owner show many are fighting for their lives it's estimated one in three restaurants has closed temporarily because of corona virus but Anna Tauzin with the Texas restaurant association says those that are still open and seen a forty three percent drop in sales combining for a total of one point eight billion a loss revenue already alright give it just a snapshot of the extreme economic impact that the cover nineteen countries that having two thirds of Texas restaurants laid off most of their staff and Tauzin says one out of every ten restaurant owner says within the next thirty days they'll have to close their doors for good Patrick Osborne is radio cable B. J. Austin is preparing facilities for the elderly who test positive these two facilities we have specially trained staff to treat covert nineteen with the goal of cutting the death rate for elderly nursing home residents says the city's Dr lean fry there's really no reason to expect that we would not have the same mortality again thirty percent mortality and nursing facilities here that they had just weeks ago in Washington state prices these facilities could fill quickly your predictions are right and if they do fill up she says the city will identify more sites that can isolate positive nursing home patients Robert wood newsradio Gail B. J. Austin school board met last night but the finish the meeting without making any decisions on online learning overcrowding leads officials to close lake Pflugerville including all peers trails restrooms and pavilions the city of Pflugerville says too many people were gathering increasing the risk of spreading corona virus the mayor says if people don't heed the warnings all other parks may be closed as well it's eight oh four eight K. L. B. J. here's Austin's on time traffic.

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"ge " Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

05:45 min | 2 years ago

"ge " Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"He fights off the forces of Queen Maeve at the age of seventeen. Believe virtually singlehandedly like he's dat, powerful warrior, but he's eventually tricked by warriors in the employ of made and slain at the age of twenty seven, so not a long life, but then again. You know you're an Irish warrior. During the first century there's not a long life expectancy there now they kind of have to employ some trickery in order to overcome his strength, which think is a common feature in like mythic hero cycles you see that with like Samsung in in Jewish legend, and you sort of see version of it with Achilles with them, finding out his one weakness, and indeed there's basically like a three-part plan that has to be employed here I mean the first one being key. They tricked him into eating dogmeat. Which Breaks Taboo in weakens his spirit. Yeah, I read somewhere that this came about Bhai pitting two taboos against each other like there's a taboo against refusing hospitality on one hand, but there's also a taboo against eating dogmeat. So what if somebody shows you hospitality by offering you dog meat? You're you're caught? Yeah, you're caught there. That's you know. It's still interruptus so he had to pick, and he picked to not refusing hospitality, but he ate the dog meat, and that that screwed him up. Now the next thing that helps if you're trying to take out a half, divine warrior is to have a divine weapon of your own a magical weapon of your own that will will help you slay them, and so that's what the trio do here. They hit him with a magical disembowelling spear that is enchanted to kill kings. They apparently had three of these, and they used to on his on his compasses, including the chariot tear. King of chariots, which seems kind of like a a loophole in the whole king thing like you don't have to actually be a king. You're just kind of a quote. Unquote, a King of something, but colon has like a really bad dude moment here like he gets it with the spear, but he's like I'm not going down that easy. Yeah, he's not GONNA die. Like that, he is going to die standing up fighting, so he like tuxes innards back into his body. And then. Stumbles over to pillar lashes himself to the pillar that he can fight and die standing up right. They're going to have to come in and take him on his feet, but okay, so he's tied. They're dying and they gotta be trade right because Helen is the killing machine, even dying, cut open with a with the kill, Speier tied to Iraq or a pillar he's going to be. Be Scary, so they don't WanNa. Get too close so I think one source says that they had to wait until a bird landed on him in order to know that he had actually died. Yeah, and then they move in then what you do, you cut off his head to be sure when they cut off his head. There's this brilliant light that like cuts off. One of Attackers Sword Handset leave, and then it's not until they they cut off Colin sword arm that the light dies away and that he's definitely dead, so it's like you don't have one thing to cut away the seat of reason from this mighty warrior also have to cut away like the the physical sore hand of the warrior. There's a wonderful like full telling of this final battle of one in particular that light came from Lady Augusta Gregory. Coo. Coo Helen of Murtha Ni from nine hundred to. That's all online I. Recommend checking that out. If you want the full blow by blow, death of Colon, so how do we not have full hall and movie? Yeah, it seems like we should. I mean how many Hercules movies do. We have right way too many easily. Peel off some of that money into the Caholon Enterprise. Now we were talking before the episode about who to cast as we could not come up with a good idea because all of the best Irish actors, we were thinking of to cast this Irish hero, or now all those yeah, but like Pierce Brosnan Yeah Pierces right there in his name. But, but sadly like we said he he died at twenty seven. You need you need a young like powerful and imposing Irish men who is also a really good actor. Yeah I, think some of my favorite Irish actor. Let's see there's There's Brendan Gleeson guess he he's older now. There's I love. Liam Cunningham the guy who plays her Davos on game of thrones but HAG. I don't know I. I don't know who the young guy is I. Don't know everybody can think of is too old. Like even be There's a thinking well. Maybe a professional wrestler I get. A big muscle bound dude to play colon. Okay, there's there's a guy named shameless. WHO's a big Pale Irish wrestler, but he. He's too old for the part. Maybe he could play the doubt version of Colon. You do kind of. Like the incredible Hulk TV show Brad Lou Ferrigno playing the the actual Hulk Oh this is giving me a great idea, actually like the main normal Holland before he helps out, he should be like Super Way. Fi like a very very wavy, boyish teen heartthrob kind of Irish actor, and then when he hawks out, he gets replaced by the bodybuilder. Okay, I like this so we'll. Maybe our Irish listeners especially We'll have some ideas about who who could be cast in such a film are Irish listeners also I'm sure going to get in touch with us to let us know how badly we're saying all these words I'm sorry. All right well, we're GONNA. Take a break, but when we come back, we're going to get into the real meat of this episode. We're going to talk about. The unnatural. Death Weapon of Holland, we're GONNA talk about. The Guy Bulga everybody, today's episode is sponsored by Native Deodorant. Native has good smells with ten cents, including their classics and rotating seasonals. 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