23 Burst results for "Gency"

"gency" Discussed on The Dregs

The Dregs

04:52 min | 3 months ago

"gency" Discussed on The Dregs

"My fifth year streak of going cask barrel house for their glue creek Their winter beer and could not happen because of covid. So here is that were they. They like let someone open it up with some hammer. No no it's there Cherry sour served hot with orange wedging cloves. So i've never even done that. I've been here for two and a half years at school. We go sorry. Can you explain that again. Yeah so it's so as their creek. The cascade barrel houses creek and they do a hot crash on it and then they serve it with An orange in clothes and it's like mulled wine meets beer so Interesting and they only serve it november january and you can only get into the barrel house in portland cool. Luke what are you enjoying. I'm having a festival. Express american pale ale with mosaic. And cascade from a new brewery that just opened up Pretty close to my place. Here in new west It's called studio brewing. So i think yesterday was their first official open day so ripped it over there after work to try a few beers and what is beer anyway. That's what i'm saying right now. I'm kidding i mean kind of read but i'm also kidding. The beer is really nice. It's it's a great kind of hazy. Pale ale overly bitter easy drinking and glad to be drinking it on a thursday night and logistic clarify year new s. They are in south burnaby. Yeah but i'm kind of on the west side of new last in their on of on the southeast side of burnaby so like a ten minute drive camaros. You're originally from texas right whereabouts in texas before your big move to portland. I was raised in austin texas. So i lived there for the majority of my life and then i went up to north texas for about five years migrated back to austin. Austin is the best part of texans than everyone acknowledges that thoroughly so so i was there for a long period of time than ended up making my way up the portland which is pretty similar to austin just way weirder like we take the cake on weird. No yeah no like keep portland. Weird like through. Yeah i mean. And that's austin's slogan cuba but like lawson slogan is moreland weird. That's all my god. Oh my god..

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Looking After My Son

Mentally Yours

05:31 min | 6 months ago

Looking After My Son

"Looking back on it now with such mation on the judges didn't have a back fan was during my exams or the buildup towards them was when my first depressive episode happened but geez lawrence and just sort of the steak today with depression mental health in general. I just wasn't stay with it. I didn't know what was happening to me. Sort of it really much. Take hold that. Perhaps it wouldn't. If i had more knowledgeable than subjects. So what happened when you go to that kind of dog point. If he weren't getting help. What was the kind of okay. This is going really badly. How did you eventually get will be time sick from. It was definitely depressed upset but it wasn't as low as it would eventually. I didn't get help really Was sleeping sixteen hours a day minimum. Not doing any revision. Just doing the minimum betty during existent Doing anything by gency helping period. I just sort of slept to off until university came around. And then what happening. Investing i fell in fell quickly. Just through the cracks self medicating with alcohol wasn't leaving my bed for any reasons stopped attending lectures and just one of normality of life really. Was there any supposed interest at you'll university to fill people who is struggling with mental house and if so what was that i tend to two universities and the second one was that was a lot more fucked in the first one. The first one was helmets number. Interestingly the first university didn't have look so sides the second one i attended as highest suicide rate in the country and not when did have more provisions in place but at the same time that was long waiting lists in muscle Overstretched and yeah and you go to like Place with things What she sort of. What was this sort of the the lowest points i guess. Lowest point was living in a studio apartment by myself just completely gave up. I can see an officer named Tomorrow and a described as adults missing one. I just didn't i just gave up. I wasn't eating drinking. I didn't even feel fast. I so my body would just give me at that stage without further action required. I would just die. And that'd be that i've been the in the sort of weeks up to that moment. Looking out the window was almost a treat but what stay time picked as a young is about policy but at this stage day night muddled into one. Obviously sleeping farmer was than i was awake. I had left my bed in in a long time. And everything just sort of Quite time even before. I was depressed for him. The quiz ups. Nobody expects anything of you is just in perfect. Stillness mayo phones. Looking to ring you can just be that. Creates an environment was for him at all times without so thinking long term consequences. That would be so. You're living away from your parents. This point amanda. Did you have any kind of sense of what was kind of going on with your son in. How did you find out. I didn't have any sense of trudy. What was going on. I thought josh was one of two things either. Having such a great time at university Living adrenal doing things we hoped for centralizing and having this marvelous time that he was too busy to respond to attacks so too busy having a great time all i thought that might be something going on and he didn't want our hell or interference. He'd rather do what you should don which was closed down speaker stuff out And i felt intrusive every time i said. How are you. are you coming to. Can we visit to get such a or not responsible. Felt my slight guy was some bothering him. And i didn't really know. I didn't know one hundred percent didn't know the level to which he saw coming when we found out he's living conditions will ferry patriot. He he was just like a shadow of himself. It wasn't like josh. It was like whatever made him gave me spark his character. Who had gone for babies is which is completely black. He was very very bad way. I do social king to say because we didn't we didn't know how far he sunken. How quick so how did you actually find out. Was the particular instance. I'm just to jewish out. What actually happened against is announcing. I didn't reach out the lowest moment Details had a methods to end my life on my stepfather just failing. Just something wasn't quite right. I hadn't hadn't really retaining. Kohl's hadn't been applying techs and he just came to my flop which was about two hour drive but luckily you said a hundred just came and he came up to my front door. I did on his face just sort of said it orally i i had washed weeks. The bedsheets had been washed in months like kabaddi chimera. I saw demonized version of myself.

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Can Animals Predict Natural Disasters?

BrainStuff

03:47 min | 1 year ago

Can Animals Predict Natural Disasters?

"Sager. Have you heard about help? Het sometimes go missing just before an earthquake hits or how about in two thousand and four when a soon Nami hit Southeast Asia and killed more than two hundred thousand people but almost no wild animals. And did you know that dogs? Elephants antelopes bats. And even flamingos fled the scene before the wave. Hit even flamingos. Many people assume it's because animals are more attuned to their environment than we are others like the United States Geological Survey Gency say there's no connection between animal behavior and natural disasters. But if there were wouldn't it weren't a closer look think of the impact. It would have if we knew. Animals could predict dangerous natural events now the majority of researchers looking into this art claiming animals have a sixth sense or anything supernatural going on what they do think is that animals make greater use of their senses than we do using these. They react to environmental signals. That we stupid humans. Just don't notice of course different species have varying sensitivity to these fluctuations and most evidence is anecdotal but if animals are aware of natural disasters. Here's how they know. When troubles a-coming most likely animals can hear sounds that we can't especially the infrasonic low pitched vibrations made by earthquakes. Storms volcanoes avalanches and oceans in some studies. Researchers found that these sounds usually lower than twenty hertz make humans uneasy and even nauseous so with their greater spectrum of hearing. It makes sense that animals would perceive these before us as unsettling. If you heard a deep rumbling sound coming at you from a wide angle what would you do to hang out and make sandwiches or would you run for your life? One study that supports infrasonic. Hearing theory happened when Stanley Coren was studying whether dogs suffered from seasonal affective disorder. One day many of his one hundred ninety three tests. Dogs suddenly flipped out. Coren could not figure what was going on until a day later when he noticed that an earthquake struck nearby at a six point eight on the Richter scale after reviewing the results corn found that fourteen of the animals had hearing impairments and these were the dogs that didn't become anxious before the earthquakes looking further. He noticed that dogs with floppy ears were less likely to be agitated than those with perky open ears so it looks like the strength of their sense of hearing was what a tuned the dogs to the earthquakes low tones. Another theory is that through. Their sense of touch. Animals can feel vibrations through the ground or sense shifts. In air or water pressure hurricanes are known to decrease such

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CoVid-19: What fear of a pandemic does to our brains

The Big Story

09:07 min | 1 year ago

CoVid-19: What fear of a pandemic does to our brains

"I get anxious sometimes about my health and about the health of my loved ones. I worry about people getting sick. A lot of us do that and a lot of us. Don't talk about it then. A scary virus takes the world by storm and all of a sudden. Almost everyone is at least a little worried. It might not be enough to make us Canada but it is a constant low level of bad news rattling around in our heads. Can the people who worry anyway? Well as you know if you're one of them or as you might imagine if you're not it can be a lot tougher on Kovic nineteen may be a respiratory disease but before it even gains a foothold in candidate. It's messing with some of our minds and I'll be honest with you again. I think the best way to fight that is with knowledge not knowledge of who has the disease and where they are and how many more cases today but with some information about what all those headlines and numbers. I do inside our heads. So what is the psychology of a pandemic? What happens in our brain when we absorb all of this. And how can we prepare ourselves to keep calm? When it seems like much of the world is close to panicking. I'm George Keith Rawlings. This is the big story. Dr Steven Taylor is a professor of clinical psychology at U B C. He is also the author of a Book. The psychology of a pandemic. Thanks for joining. Dr Taylor Welcome. Can you first just start by answering the question that I think I've been worried about a lot lately. Which is how well is my brain working in the middle of all of this news about cove in nineteen and how outbreaks are inevitable. Because I feel off kilter it's interesting. It's a rapidly evolving situation with a lot of uncertainties and we have vivid media depictions of just recently oh stools depleted of groceries and so forth and we need to Ask Yourself. How accurate is that a depiction of the reality of the situation? So here well is your brain working. Well it's difficult to say because we have a whole lot of information being delivered to us but yet on the other hand great deal of uncertainty about what. The situation is and how best to respond. What happens on a macro level within a community when fears like this start spreading If you're on. The titanic and everyone starts running to the large boats probably not going to think too much about it. You're just gonNA start running as well and that's just sort of a situation where people have started panic buying and all the people have heard about this without giving too much thought and started to copy that same behavior so or macro level. That's what has been happening And so I think it's important for people to consider the impact of their own behavior on other people. Fear is contagious. If people see you acting Afr- way they might become frightened as well. What am I missing there when something like that happens and I see people running to the store or I see images of people buying ca bottles and bottles of water and then I do it to what process am I just somehow not getting. It's the classic marketing strategy where you create a sense of scarcity and Hood Gency and that's been used in marketing to sell US goods but it's also happening here. Nationally with this panic Boeing. So that's what's happening. People are getting the idea that foodstuffs toiletries medicines are scarce and they need to get out urgently and then the situation becomes snow able by vivid images on social media and other media of depleted shows which amplifies the sense of scarcity and then people he'd news reports of price gouging or they've been rare reports of fessel looting those things like a whole thing's toilet paper and that further amplifies the sense of scarcity and urgency and all of those things can amplify purchasing related anxiety. So tell me about some of the mistakes that we do know about and that we've worked to correct and maybe just start even with the name of this virus. Why did we settle on Cove Ed? Nineteen we learned. Mistakes of the past previous pandemics have been cooled things so I flew or Hong Kong flu swine flu. Avian Food needs to be really careful about naming diseases off to people places things because of the full it can have in the case of naming outbreak softer regions. It can create problems with discrimination. You name an outbreak after animals that could lead to needless culling of of livestock and so forth. So you needed name that on the one. Hand conveys the urgency. We called this thing coming. You need to cool A little bit like a really bad flu. That is not going to convey the level of urgency so the public needs to know that this is something to be taken seriously but it can't have any of the fear mongering that leads to discrimination or harm of animals so that was the thinking and I think the label covered nineteen. I think it was a good decision. Is there a similar a line of thinking behind whether or not to use the term pandemic? Because that's been hotly debated recently. I believe so. Yes pandemic the would pandemic Kyle soppe scary images of the Spanish flu with Harrison's holding off bodies with hospitals stacks with sick people so I'm assuming that whol being very careful about whether a win to US would pandemic the problem. There is the diff. There's no firm definition of a pandemic and earned fuzzy vague and health authorities like the. Who they need to have the trust of the public because if the public stuff didn't trust health authorities. They're not going to follow the guard lines and so people. Who they woke refund line between understanding a problem is studying it. It's very difficult and for some people that seem. That seem that the. Who's dragging your feet with regard to whether or not to announce the pandemic so it's A. It's a tricky situation. But many people saying that full intents and purposes this is a pandemic right now but one of the reasons we wanted to talk to you about the psychology behind. This is as I kind of mentioned off the top. I'm one of those people that it doesn't take much to get me worried about my health and the health of those around me so when something like this happens obviously my brain goes into overdrive and one of the things you discusses the the term worried. Well which I'm interested in that's Interestingly I it's the in in some cities are having news announcements on the radio. That if you're feeling sick do not go to the hospital. Do not go to the. Er unless you have to be symptoms This was a problem in the two thousand nine H. One one flu pandemic where there are reports of hospital. Ers being overwhelmed with worried. Well patients thinking they had pandemic flu. When in fact they had. Minor costs the sniffles. And there's a concern that this will happen this time around with call nineteen so someone has cough or fever. Apparent has a CIA. Who has a cough fever like? Might misinterpret that thinking that is an infection recalled the nineteen and take themselves with their child to the ER. Everyone did that for every mile. I omen he would overwhelm the healthcare system So that's a big concern. Now that's not to trivialize anxiety about one's health that's an important issue But it's important that people get educated about the tendency to misinterpret bodily signs. We'll sensations and and and this is gonNA happen with covered. Nineteen people will be misinterpreting coughs. Fevers is signs of possible infection. So they need to be Mindful of that. What is it about a virus like this? That makes us do that. Because again you know I get sniffles and colds. People around me get them all winter and they could easily be misinterpreted as signs of the flu or whatever but it doesn't bother me to the same extent and I think a lot of people feel that way but what it is here is it's unknown. There's no vaccine. It's not even though he's not F- our spread there have been many main factions and many deaths and the other thing is the sheer exposure to news. That people have received about this so if I develop a fever because I've heard so much about covered on the first thing that's going to pop into my mind is oh what if. I'm infected with the current ivars. It's partly it's cooled the availability heuristic. It's partly due to you. Know the amount of exposure. You've had to something right. What about the other end of the spectrum people who because we all know some of them who are just convinced that they won't get it right or if they do they'll be fine equally worrying for different

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First I Met My Children, Then My Girlfriend... They're Related.

Modern Love

08:53 min | 1 year ago

First I Met My Children, Then My Girlfriend... They're Related.

"Didn't meet my girlfriend Jessica until twelve years years after our daughter Alice was born. Let me explain nearly twenty five years ago. I returned from a year of teaching English abroad moved in with my mother and Dan lacking prospects began driving a cab one day I saw newspaper ad seeking healthy men eighteen to thirty five to participate in a seaman donation program program. Donors is the standard industry word yet. Virtually all of us are paid forty dollars. A pop is what I received in Nineteen ninety-four I applied to sell my sperm and sold twice weekly for a year at the time I was in a long distance relationship so the seemed like a good outlet when I told my mother other she presciently wondered aloud. If this was the only way she was going to have grandchildren today sperm buyers view detailed profiles for potential vendors whereas I wasn't asked to provide much beyond college major hobbies and Family Health History Jessica and her partner at the time chose me primarily because I was a the writer and musician after a year of selling my sperm I went back to giving it away and largely forgot about the whole thing occasionally the subject objective whether I had children would come up and make a joke about probably having a bunch I had signed a nondisclosure waiver in assumed there would never be away from my progeny in me to find nine one another then the Internet happened in the early two thousands. I searched online for a way to find my offspring and discovered the donor sibling registry. I didn't see any leads there and never got around to checking back. I had looked way too early my project. He began to use the site to find each each other when they became teenagers. In the twenty tens a couple of years ago began seeing ads for twenty three and me a service that analyzes your saliva spit in a test tube and mail it off for analysis and provides you with information about ancestry health and DNA gives the opportunity was obvious but I I assumed the odds of finding my children were low. I procrastinated for months before curiosity and urged to know them made me order a kit mm-hmm. I got my results back and boom. I had a son Bryce. His full name was unusual enough that I- easily googled him and the picture churn resembled me enough that I felt confident this senior geography major was mine mine guessing he had been notified of my existence by twenty three and me. I mold for a week before finally putting fingers to keyboard dear bryce. I wrote I recently joined twenty three and me and found you listed as my son son so I believe myself to be your biological father. I hope may existence isn't a shock and wonder whether you joined in the hopes of connecting with me. My letter letter continued awkwardly from they're giving him a brief sketch of my life. Bryce replied almost instantly dad. I cannot express how excited I am to be hearing ring from you. I did join twenty three and me hoping that you would have already done so and was upset to see you. Hadn't this is amazing though and I'm so happy I'm one of six of of your children that I'm aware of and in contact with I'm twenty years old and live on Long Island but I'm studying in upstate New York. Dad I was briefly concerned. That bryce might have some fatherly expectations of being show up on my doorstep but my worries were unfounded. It's it's a brave new world and we're all struggling with the terminology more important six children yikes. I did some Napkin. Math based on the number of samples provided the odds of conception and estimated that I may have as many as sixty seven children bryce connected me with Madeline nineteen upon viewing her facebook page. I had my first parental thought ever. My daughter should put some more clothes on. I may be biased but I found my children to to be ridiculously attractive. I felt a sudden need to share their photos with all the ex girlfriends who chose not to marry procreate with me a few months later a new. DNA relative appeared on twenty three and me Alice age eleven her mother. Jessica wrote me a note. She and her performer partner had each given birth to one daughter conceived with my spur. They broke up years ago but had been raising both girls together until recently. When the other mother moved away away with the daughter she'd given birth to Justin I began to chat online. She knew a lot about buying sperm and self impregnating which was fascinating for meat alert as it turns out. It was more difficult than my role masturbating in Newark. She also no longer identified as lesbian in and was dating a man who incredibly had my same first and middle names Aaron David with a similar mono-syllabic last name. Had there been a mix up at the bureau. Eero boyfriends was either one who was supposed to be dating her. My children and I exchanged written biographies. Braces showed me how little I know of a young adult culture and reminded me that wants twenties are difficult to decade. matty's revealed a keen understanding of her upbringing in the parts of it. She would like to break week from but it was alice's entitled a series of Awkward Events separated by snacks that floored me her biography. A fee was a hodgepodge of lists and memories written under duress mom right or death favorite color black like my soul all favorite holiday Halloween because candy and murder. She liked Alfred Hitchcock films. Basically she wrote. I'm an angsty exte- teen in a child's body. This kid's eleven a plan developed for Bryce and Matty to come to Seattle for a couple of weeks in in the summer. Jess and Alison lived a few hours south and would drive up. I figured meeting my children was going to be the closest thing I ever have to a wedding. So I decided to host host a party I had told my news to a few people but most learned of it from the meet my kids party facebook invitation featuring photos of Bryce Mattie and Alice Alice the shock value was high genetics. Good luck or force of circumstance. I loved my children right away. They haven't uncanny any aura of Minas. Bryce is shy but sharp and obsessed with memes in a way I might have been had. I grown up gency. Alice has little use for adults colts as I still don't Mattie especially has my sense of humor and is locking gazes with her my brain explode but then we laugh at the party we played a nature versus nurture question and answer game and discovered we were all quite liberal and that none of us believed in God awed none of them however sleeps with a pillow between their knees as I have long done the first time Justin I found ourselves alone. We hugged at length in a way entirely inappropriate for people who had just met just says I have mannerisms that remind her of both her daughters and thus felt instantly comfortable with me aw whether we were pawns of fate or unwitting participants in a Chromosomal e arranged marriage Jessica quickly bonded. I deployed my bureau of boyfriends mix up line to a grudging but sweet reception during the vacation she and I easily fell into the mom and dad role for Bryce Mattie and Alice Alice. We soon had jokes and tease each other about our foibles just like any family. I even gave Bryce and Mattia lecture about smoking at the end of the visit. Bryce somehow managed to get jess analysis kicked out of the House. They were renting by climbing onto the roof to retrieve toy so I invited them to stay with me. Meanwhile they figured things out. What just soon figured out was that she wanted to keep staying with me. Alice roller is as if she'd been tricked into a traditional family arrangement while twenty-three in me is not generally considered a dating site Justin. I are grateful to the technology that has made our backward formed relationship relationship possible. We have a lot of questions about love and genetics and whether we would have felt this connection had we met in a more conventional way. Our Bond has survived live the how cool is this face. We still enjoy cyber monitoring my other progeny and speculating about how many more me emerge I'm up to ten now. I've had some contact act with the new ones mothers but haven't made plans to meet yet. Mattie liked the west coast and us and recently moved into our place. We're hoping to lure bryce back to

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"gency" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"gency" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Custody Charlotte chief curb Putney says the shooter specifically targeted a building on campus some familiarity with that building particularly beyond that I can't get into specific. So the choice of that building was by design wasn't the university will move forward with final exams and graduation plans. Florida lawmakers pass a Bill that in the wake of the deadly parkland high school shooting last year allows more teachers to be armed at school. The Florida house the majority of whom are Republicans pass the Bill which now goes to the desk governor on Disentis who is expected to sign it. The Bill expands a guardian program already in existence that allows teachers to volunteer to be armed as a last line of defense. When a police officer is not present many. Crafts in the legislature oppose the measure as the teachers unions and several of the state's larger school boards who say confronting school shooters should be left to law enforcement Grenell. Scott, Fox News. The west coast should be ready for another busy welfare season. The national injury. Gency fire center says a heavy crop of grasses and find fuels developed across California and should elevate fire potential, California, experienced its deadliest enlarges weld fires in the past two years, including a fire in the northern part of the state that killed more than eighty people dancer and singer Paula Abdul. Wow. The crowd at the billboard music awards performing songs from her nineteen Eighty-eight album forever. Your girl while tapping the dancing cartoon cat from her music video opposites attract also made an appearance the winners in this year include Arianna Guerande as top female.

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News in Brief 27 December 2018

UN News

02:48 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 27 December 2018

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations in the run up to the general elections in Bangladesh set to take place on Sunday. The UN secretary general has called on stakeholders to help ensure a peaceful credible and inclusive poll in a statement from his office. Antonio Gutierrez said that a successful election would require an environment free of violence intimidation and coercion before during and after Bangladeshi citizens go to the polls with tension rising between the governing party known as the Awami League and opposition alliances. Pre election violence has left dozens injured and news reports suggest that six have died in clashes all Bangladeshi citizens, including minorities and women must feel safe and confident in exercising. Their right to vote said the UN chief while civil society and electoral observers should be fully supported to play their role in the process. He underscored the UN's continued commitment to support a peaceful and democratic Bangladesh. The U N World food program is working to assess the needs of people affected by the deadly soon. Nami that struck the coastline of Indonesia's soon district region on the twenty second of December working with the ministry of social affairs. The agency is preparing to deploy staff to gauge what's needed for the nearly twenty seven thousand displaced and more than one thousand injured the UN's humanitarian wing OSHA reports that as of Thursday, four hundred thirty people are dead and another one hundred twenty five or reportedly missing, according to the Indonesian national disaster management agency BNP be some one thousand houses are damaged or destroyed along with sixty nine villas more than four hundred boats and sixty five vehicles thousands of personnel from NGOs have joined the Indonesian government led response leading evacuations search and rescue operations and providing medical services and supplies, including food, water, sanitation, tarpaulins and blankets and the. The World Health Organization WHO has strongly condemned an armed attack in ALgeria hospital in Libya's second largest city of Benghazi which took place on Christmas day. Although nobody was reportedly killed WHO said that there had been panic among patients and health workers inside the hospital and damage to building infrastructure, the trauma, hospitals already struggling with resources and suffering a lack of medical supplies, which are being stretched to meet the needs of people across eastern Libya. WHO warned that repeated attacks could lead to the closure of the hospital causing further suffering and deprivation for patients such tragedies should be avoided by taking all necessary precautionary measures, they gency declared and perpetrators must be brought to Justice Natalie Hutchinson. UN news.

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"gency" Discussed on Only A Game

Only A Game

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"gency" Discussed on Only A Game

"Ninety. He ran nine and qualified for the Boston marathon for the first time. Now before we get to what happened next in Rick story, I wanna pause for a second to talk about the stigma associated with HIV and aids back in the nineties in nineteen Ninety-four. Sean Stroup started a magazine called paws as in positive. It was about people affected by HIV and aids. We would put people on the cover the magazine, we'd make them look glamorous, we'd have, you know, Vashem photographers and makeup artists, and and we were criticized for that. Glamorizing aids Stroup says his sister who was the magazine, sales person face challenges, landing ads because you got an appointment with the big major brand, but even been company. And you know, we had all the data on people they have were consuming enormous about vitamins. They told her we market our vitamins to well, people not too sick. People when people with HIV aids were being talked about in the mainstream. They were usually being completely pathologist that was the climate when Rick Muneo Scott, a call. In nineteen Ninety-four from someone at widening Kennedy, Nike's Addy gency. They said they want to do in ad about a marathon runner with HIV. And I said, you're kidding. And he says, no, no, we're serious. And I said, but you're kidding is a no, we're not. It was. Yeah, it's going to be a national commercial. And we were wondering if you'd be interested in doing it. And I said, I said, does Nike knows this? And then he said, yes, they're the ones who told us to do. I said, okay, if you think it's a good idea count me in. There were people who said to me, you're really putting yourself out there. What about your job? What about future jobs? The whole world is going to know that you're HIV positive. You could get discriminated for your housing for this and that is that I'm willing to take the risk three weeks later as he ran through Malibu canyon state park in front of a camera crew Rix biggest concern was whether he looked like a dork after filming, Rick, still worried that Nike would ultimately decide to pull the ad but on February ninth nineteen ninety-five as he.

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"gency" Discussed on Tech News Today

Tech News Today

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"gency" Discussed on Tech News Today

"The press center. Glass wants to be on your face the apps break. Last number gency. They give soul those swag when the event to give us access. Yes. So after a year of speculation on what the Oculus Santa Cruz hardware was, we heard about that last year at the Oculus connective end. And then now this is this is kind of the fruits of that labor. This is it, of course, has a different name. What do you think was it worth? The wait was quite what you expected or a little different. Well, let's break down exactly what this is. Four hundred dollars gets you. A virtual reality kit that does not require computer does not require extra webcams does not require wires, and it works in what's known as six degrees of freedom. Meaning I can put this thing on and I can walk around an open space as if I had a more expensive HTC vibe comes with a couple of controller, so I can stimulate my hands comes with some buttons and triggers, so I can pretend to pick pick up a tennis racket or a gun or anything like that. And while I have tested this before those tests came in more limited rooms that looked fake. They have these weird fake rugs and fake things on the ceiling. This has been pl-. Out in more open rooms without any like furniture or any sort of fake room stuff. And when I would not consider ideal ways to play in a space like this and it works, I've played a super hot, which is a popular VR game. That was the most incredible thing I just find. I finally got to crack that open today and I was able to just run all the way around with no cords. I was able to dodge around matrix style pickup. Guns attack things dash from one side of the room to the other, and it just worked and it has a Snapdragon eight, three five system on chip. Now that's what you would expect an pixel two or a galaxy s. eight. So it's a cellphone part, but it's pretty high end and pretty recent to power that much three, the action inside of seventy two frames a second going on in your face and it feels really smooth. It's not the same as a pro hooked up to a two thousand dollar computer, but it's definitely better than Oculus go and some of these more limited smartphone rigs it. It works. It's fantastic. What What is the difference. is the difference between Oculus go and this Oculus quest? Yeah, Oculus go, is you sit down, you can't get up. You can't move around. It's notice three degrees of movement. You can turn your head, but you soon as you do shoulder to shoulder movement, all breaks objects, don't really. Yeah. In fact, that sort of wonder if they kind of wish they'd save the name actually go when you're using this thing, this one you can. You can run all the way around the room. In fact, I tested this out any four thousand square foot arena in which I was able to run and duck and hide behind cover, which actually appeared in my virtual world. There's an article about that at ars Technica and it is bonkers. That sort of feature that sort of a laser tag style. Our VR arcade experience will come later for because this is coming in spring twenty nineteen this hardware and some of.

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"gency" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster

Now What? with Arian Foster

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"gency" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster

"That's the thing. Hollywood got a horrible. We going on. In Hollywood has has like, I feel like it's this. It's kind of been the culture here, right? It's it's been the culture, everybody, wait the number one predator of all time. Harvey Weinstein, he said everybody does it. Yeah, there's things that it's a witch there is this is crazy. No, no. The number one guy said, this is what we do this. So you got that feeling but like you're an industry so you know like, but what do you feel about people who knew about it but didn't say anything you that they're complicit it. You don't want talking about. It's hard to prove a conspiracy because you have to get to people in our own and and put a camera on. And it's like, man, they said, we're going to get them. Yeah. Yeah, I agree. And then all of a sudden you gotta conspiracy, you can never prove that. And the mistake people make is trying to prove that. All right, but you can't prove a complicit system. The system is wire to let these guys go. What happened to me do what was so crazy the statute of limitations on on what he what this guy did to me was first of all, it's considered a misdemeanor because he touched me through my clothing. So you could grab any woman you want as long as you still got clothes on. It's only the statue of limitations is a year and it's a misdemeanor. So you talking about a very, very quick amount of time then you talking about it was, and then they said, well, it would have been a felony had he reached down all this. Okay. And then you talking about the statute of limitation. Nations where you know coming out about something like this. And what we're talking about two. If on a street, I don't know, Powell get off, get off me, but what we're talking about the whole 'nother dynamic. Yeah, we're talking about the head of the motion picture department at my agency. He is sliced owns Asia. He's Adam, sandlers Asia. He's Eddie Murphy's Asia. I work with all three of them. What is he going to say about me? Your sound. I mean, if I say so you know what the incoming calls are coming today gency Terry, he's he lost it. You know what? He's don't get any more goodbye and all of a sudden I dry up. But this is where my only salvation was my only salvation was in being public because now is the man if somebody's following you and you won't get a room and say, you know, I think my follow me. They go. Because this is how they operate. The secrecy protects right, and this complicit system is about secrecy. The complicit system is about remember now there's a lot of guys in the system, and there's a lot of men on the LAPD as a lot of men in the court system that I well, my son would get caught in something like that. I let that go. Yeah, and all of a sudden women were come and all of a sudden the throw out the charges, it would disappear. I mean, dude, the guy that raped the girl behind a dumpster didn't try to throw in it. He got six months girl was knocked out. He was rape burner and the judge was like, we can't ruin. You know, we can't ruin the guy live, but you're just ROY. That's the your hundred percent right this the system is is set up for and this is what I try to tell people all the time. It's it's set up for. The entire judicial system has a problem. And the problem with this assistant is that it it. Either unbiased. I mean, I mean unbeknownst to them or known to them is, is. Putting people of color at a higher risk of getting incarcerated more than than the non people call it. It is what it is like the. I mean, the CDC came out and said that that white folks for use drugs at the same rate, but black folks are locked up for higher percentages. It's it's, it's complicit, but like trying to explain that to people is trying to trying to divorce race from politics in this country is impossible. It's just impossible. And like when you're dealing with the power structure like that is set up to protect white men, but would you touch white clients like that? No, no. Gotten support from other clients or other other actors? Tons of accuracy. Of actors who come to sport..

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Turkish Bank Crisis Prompts Emergency Meeting on Saturday

BBC World Service

00:49 sec | 3 years ago

Turkish Bank Crisis Prompts Emergency Meeting on Saturday

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"gency" Discussed on Upgrade

Upgrade

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"gency" Discussed on Upgrade

"Really fm this is upgrade episode one hundred eighty eight today show is brought to you by lynyrd ping them and slack my name is mike kelly and i'm joined by mr jason snow hello is no hello carla how are you i'm very well we have a hashtag snow told question this week from listener bryan bryan wants to know jason why do you keep your iphone in the kitchen as you mentioned you leave it f achieve challenging when you sleep in the bedroom why is your iphone in the bedroom movie i turn this around and say why would why would i bring my phone into the bedroom of any reason so many reasons allows elmer gency telephone calls there are so many reasons alarms i use my apple watch when i have an alarm set i don't use the phone because the i find the apple watch a better alarm device late i'm late night phone calls emergency phone calls well that is a world view that i'm going to leave my phone right next to my ear in case somebody who actually is supposed to call i do not disturb on quite frankly so i if that emergency phone call is not making it through but it's like emergency phone calls from a family member and you have like the do not disturb things set in such a way right that it's like multi shores of innocent period of time okay okay so my house is not that big it's all on one level you've been you've been in my house my house is not that big i can hear my phone if something breaks through do not disturb i can hear it just fine from where i where i am it's never happened.

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"gency" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"gency" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Gency tass says the airliner had been flying since 2010 with a two year break because of a shortage of parts there were seventy one people on board of course wanted matthew chances some pieces of the plane had been found about twenty five miles from the airport and the moscow region is experiencing some of its most you know somebody heaviest snowfall for many many decades um and i expect that investigators will be looking at that as born possibility uh as they yeah as they tried to get the ball what's happened to this aircraft russia's transport minister announces says there are no survivors the white house continues to try to minimize the fallout from how officials handled the case of senior trump aide rob porter who was fired after published reports of accusations by his two exwives of physical and mental abuse kellyanne conway the presidential counselor on cnn this morning this high five along iras also thanks shock humbly says she believes the women democratic senators one answers from the white house about who knew what and went about the allegations against rob porter twelve senators have signed a letter asking win white house officials first learned of the allegations chicago is not just the windy city it's the snow week city says meteorologist allison chinchar a harvey a smell at least for right now is really centered around chicago and it's been snowing there for days in fact today makes the ninth straight day of measurable snow in chicago that ties the record police in eastern kentucky this morning still orange saying if they know would cause demand to go on a shooting spree yesterday afternoon the claimed five lives they say josette nichols shot and killed four people at two locations before killing himself at least three people are dead after a tour helicopter crashed either grand canyon late yesterday afternoon i'm christopher cruise mm people make your business work but how.

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"gency" Discussed on Climate Cast

Climate Cast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"gency" Discussed on Climate Cast

"Gency it was you know the environment was considered one of those bipartisan there's a lot of republicans who particularly out in colorado um you know uh in utah you know really in favour the environment it was across it was bipartisan didn't president nixon create the epa he did absolutely and you know he was lauded for it by by republicans and then when you look at things with concerns about sulphur and that we created the um the exchanges in you know for trading uh you know again bipartisan so there was an ideological trap that has been fallen into in for whatever reason it's not possible on the national level to get away from it but if you go to a place like arizona you're seeing really interesting political bedfellows so the tea party and the environmental movement have united forces because they want solar power in their homes the big public utility doesn't want this to happen so you can get these sort of strain bedfellows on the local in state level but politically it's a ideological blinders at well you've see that to with their religious community and climate change as well so it's something that's coming together all these business and religious community and you're seeing different know changes and partners that you wouldn't see before and i don't think that's driven by government it may be driven by uh in action by government but that's never why we started as specified to get into this climate business inocencio we started our recycling program years ago because people needed somewhere to bring their old electronics and we were a logical place a we wanted to be that place so i think for businesses we are going to lead and we're could have been a unique place right now we're in minnesota right businesses have led for a long time in minnesota whether it's in the community or in the environment this is.

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"gency" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"gency" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Appropriate forum why don't you not have that form in the first place because look at what happens okay let's go ahead and take some phone calls all right chris chris welcome oh yes question for you that my mother uh it's fill out an application for kemp agency um and they are stating day you have to knock you personally but she has to work uh this amount of many days cannot call off from work done on and on and she has to go to doctor visits due to medical situations and shoes worried about them firing her because they say right there in the contract you cannot call off for work i told her you can't you to call off for work you mean you can't not show up like even she she said that they can not they will not accept a call out a sick day to go to the doctor i said what you have a medical situation that you physically have to go to the doctor be seen about this situation where they probably can't do that uh but what is she going to do she words mp gency and would be the easiest answer chris's don't work for that temporary agency and so there's nothing you can document added she can okay and then what is you're gonna do file lawsuits get an attorney to file a lawsuit on her behalf for the one day that their eyes they're screwing her over yeah 'cause they're afraid that they're going to fire okay then that means that could be okay she's legitimately afraid they very well may do that because they say right they are we're not going to let you do abc are d and have it turns out that he's a league go for them to do that because medical services medical do i because of medical reasons so they fire her what does she do chris yeah copied up yeah it's just a question of practicality is okay let's get an attorney and i want to sue okay and.

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"gency" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"gency" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Tinjin gency agency now monitors fake news mccall toughest sent is the official in charge of that swedish civil continues this agency has been mandated and path to identify encounter information influence operations and campaigns on a low level we've had some sort of peculiar peculiar incidents here in sweden where the ranging from fake letters saying that we are exporting weapons to ukraine or trying to hide do war criminals russia lies just across the baltic sea and it's thought that the possibility of sweden growing closer to nato lies behind the alleged interference and it's not just about fake news disinformation anka's schmidt felt sman from the swedish institute for international affairs says russian attempts to influence politics can sometimes be more direct there is a huge concern in sweden on sweden has been has always been very concerned about russia already more than a month ago the russian ambassador in sweden routes and up ads end the swedish equivalent financial times in dagens industri while he was very clear about what he expects from sweden from swedish officials on swedish parties not to do and i think that is quite a clear case of try to meddle in a swedish domestic affairs swedish society is now trying to confront the threat of disinformation media organizations supporting independent fact checking and the government once primary school children taught how to spot fake news next year's election may be a test of how far all of this works our security correspondent golden karera in sweden you're listening to global news with the most important stories and the best interviews an on the spot reporting from the bbc world service are minded that every weekend you can hear a review of the weeks may new stories and why they matter not so now program the world this week with sebastien osher we're looking at new hopes for the west african state of liberia celebrating its first smooth transition of power for more than seventy years but can the former football star who's just won the presidency deliver on the aspirations of a young who put him now the russian president vladimir putin looks even more of a shooin for the upcoming election.

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"gency" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"gency" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Tinjin gency agency now monitors fake news mccall toughest sent is the official in charge of that swedish civil continues this agency has been mandated and path to identify encounter information influence operations and campaigns on a low level we've had some sort of peculiar peculiar incidents here in sweden where the ranging from fake letters saying that we are exporting weapons to ukraine or trying to hide do war criminals russia lies just across the baltic sea and it's thought that the possibility of sweden growing closer to nato lies behind the alleged interference and it's not just about fake news disinformation anka's schmidt felt sman from the swedish institute for international affairs says russian attempts to influence politics can sometimes be more direct there is a huge concern in sweden on sweden has been has always been very concerned about russia already more than a month ago the russian ambassador in sweden routes and up ads end the swedish equivalent financial times in dagens industri while he was very clear about what he expects from sweden from swedish officials on swedish parties not to do and i think that is quite a clear case of try to meddle in a swedish domestic affairs swedish society is now trying to confront the threat of disinformation media organizations supporting independent fact checking and the government once primary school children taught how to spot fake news next year's election may be a test of how far all of this works our security correspondent golden karera in sweden you're listening to global news with the most important stories and the best interviews an on the spot reporting from the bbc world service are minded that every weekend you can hear a review of the weeks may new stories and why they matter not so now program the world this week with sebastien osher we're looking at new hopes for the west african state of liberia celebrating its first smooth transition of power for more than seventy years but can the former football star who's just won the presidency deliver on the aspirations of a young who put him now the russian president vladimir putin looks even more of a shooin for the upcoming election.

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"gency" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"gency" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Is on the media brooke gladstone is out this week i'm bob garfield this week at a press conference held with senate majority leader mitch mcconnell the president took the opportunity to set the record straight on his urgent can mid meant to his major policy goals like health care we are getting close to healthcare web will come up in the early to mid part of next year economic growth i've gotta be surprising so people with an economic development bill later on and the opioid crisis would have a major announcement probably next week on the drug crisis and around the opioid massive problem when it comes to the opioid epidemic next week has been a long time coming since at least his presidential campaign incheon unbelievable problem that we have all over this country divi win i'm than a stop at you watch what happens added more recently since august when president trump officially deemed the crisis a national emerge gency prices is an emergency and of say officially right now it is an emergency it's a zero emergency we're going to spend a lot of time a lot of effort and a lot of money or the opioid crisis except that no expenditure of time effort or money managing this national emergency is evident as the death toll gets ever larger experts estimate that last year sixty four thousand people died from drug overdoses more than half from heroin functional and prescription painkillers like oxycontin meanwhile the washington post and sixty minutes jointly reported last weekend that the government's ability to crack down on illicit painkillers sales has been seriously compromised thanks in part to trump's erstwhile drug czar pick pennsylvania congressman tom marino as the opioid epidemic reaches new heights a lot sponsored by marino last year made it tougher for the drug enforcement agency to stop millions of narcotic pills from flooding the streets in the midst of the worst drug epidemic in american history the you s drug enforcement administration's ability to keep addictive opioids off us streets was derailed after that story broke marino was out president trump has just tweeted moments ago he says congressman tom marino has informed me he is withdrawing his name from consideration as drug czar.

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"gency" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

Popcorn with Peter Travers

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"gency" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

"The everybody know me in the world i sometimes wonder to scharping's i'm now even a few years ago i i was filming in vanuatu the only less twenty thousand local peoples they did they stay in the bungalow no no wi fi nothing when they're driving the car a whole mountain the whole island no jackie gency they have nothing to do besides fishing no fish digital win the lines jackie jackie did on how they inhale then i ask the driver why you got all jackie you know the whole village the whole island no you will only know two people as a how you know me we have a veto this to you use of via kesse the it which asked yes we have a bunch of vhs we pass realty to really to really to reach we'll need to people i said which to stelo and you as i said okay then i hear wave the hand like two hour i i go to the this could really hurt you showed i go to the location every five minutes a three minute the woken up shaking that all everybody rob coming then we see the route through a row over your stallone to buddy of yours now right goods the frontier yours you work with my he's my idol really stallone helmi come to hollywood he's the first one enlighten me come to hollywood to what in the wreck in his movie i wish the his has said he was doing a diamond nature men at night he miami to the.

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"gency" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"gency" Discussed on KQED Radio

"United states to sow division for example there are lots of facebook ads on twitter is there was even higher usage of fake accounts and bots to try to sow division and that was all part of the plan from russians that the us wasn't able to counteract during the election to try and united states in tell gency agency say two helped donald trump win the election npr's domenica montinaro vladimir putin heads to anchor at today the first visit to turkey by the russian leader's since a russian jet was shot down on the turkish border in late 2015 npr's peter kenyon reports putin is expected to discuss syria and other the issues with his turkish counterpart turkey's joined syrian allies russia and iran and developing a series of deescalation zones in syria turkey is charged with maintaining security in it live province the last major stronghold of antiregime opposition forces analysts say turkey's ability to quell violence in the province will be a major topic of shen between putin and president rigid type bear to one other topics are likely to include turkey's response to monday's independence referendum in kurdishcontrolled northern iraq and other his desire to purchase a russian s four hundred missile defense system from moscow a move that has rattled turkey's nato allies peter kenyon npr news is symbol the chinese government is ordering all north korean businesses and joint ventures inside china to shut down the aging is complying with economic sanctions imposed by the un security council these are in response to north korea six the test of a nuclear device this month this is npr playboy.

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"gency" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"gency" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"And you remember this the indian emma gency in the 1970s boast emergency in their god the loses elections very badly she comes back with the slogan called good he be had our which is basically a in a get rid of poverty rao gandhi has come back with the same amount of course focus groups must have really worked through to see what can catch the eye and fiber pre basically is five pence of breakfast retied so it's a quite a ridiculous price but the problem is first his grandmother couldn't erratic it poverty poverty in india second the politics has changed dramatically in the in this new century subsidies it won't really worth doesn't get the votes anymore her car seat looks move along our two the hindustan times this is the latest in the ongoing saga over india and china's standoff at the border unlock the use of the woods scuffle in the headlines here nuclear powers health i mean i i find with scuffling scuffling will do they go ahead and scuffled hangar hang on uptight it's a nasty scott it was a nasty scott i i couldn't believe that the indian media was making a brouhaha of either on free richly colder the brouhaha bussereau i dunno if abreu our house worse than a scuffle i didn't but basically three indotibetan border policemen have come back with bloody noses and there has been an official complaint carnage threw rocks at the school court i know can you imagine avenue on one side you have us and north korea it appointing nuclear warheads at each other and didn't if north korea has them but here two nuclear armed neighbours throwing stones at each other how does the end this is a headline in all the newspapers isn't it it's not something which has been in in the back pages as long as it sticks to throwing stones vets just fine we've old you apologies to the indian soldiers came back from patrol cracked heads soon enough to borrow francs as always for joining us you're listening to the daily.

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"gency" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:58 min | 4 years ago

"gency" Discussed on KELO

"It is all over this great city eufor says who falls as one of the best park systems in the country and the parks board it is diverse enough already at least the us senate is now actually debating health insurance reforms senator john thune says the successful vote to get on the bill is an important step forward ditto for mike grounds and important first step the opposite of ditto though from the south dakota democratic party it's to take healthcare away from millions of americans blood supplies are lower in the summer as it is and then you get a sudden tragedy like what happened in all sester this week executive director of the super falls area community blood bank can id said jamal gency calls for blood can really put a dent in the cyst gets traumas in accidents like that situation that would occur that you could wipe out a specific blood type kelo radio is holding a rise in shine blood drive this friday morning at camille sidewalk cafe from six thirty two eleven from the kelo dot com new center i'm mark rousseau the new rooms never stops kelo newstalk 1320 1079 whether by peers body shop it's hill season if your car looks like somebody played drums on it with a pair of hammers tickets appears on south loop avenue peers body shop dot com farley sunny this afternoon still watching for an isolated threat for a shower thunder shower will carry at at about twenty percent of i temperature seventy eight today light northeast ones at five the fifteen miles per hour mainly clear this evening that will continue tonight as we've waldo sixty degrees were an overnight low and will have a light north wind running heavily alive doppler at stormcenter tom meteorolgist scotland call us aren't you want as long as you call speak your mind on kelo newstalk 1320 1079 tylenol stop listening to the bombastic loud on the radio and television and the internet to hell with them to washington and i see all these politicians i see the swamp and it's not a good place in fact today i said we ought to change it from the words swab to the word says full or perhaps through the word sewer holy cow auto show observers hills revolution sean information on more inspired solutions our two sean hannity show eight hundred nine four one sean.

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"gency" Discussed on Money Box

Money Box

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"gency" Discussed on Money Box

"For me in gency from the salesperson for me to get the deal done after a number of discussions over the first i decided to go with the deal but because i was at work and couldn't guard the dealership that day a they sense over the documents for me to sign and delivered the two work later that day while he thought the finance dale that darn it signed up to was for 18000 without knowing degree to a 50 right down in the value of his original car will shortly after all the issues on coal found out what happened unforced lender dealership tech will that second contract and give him back his original car the four years old he's still paying off the debt it also lock to changes carbody caller fall to get out of that first loan deal sotonyoneofthebankofengland's concerns about this car financing is just that isn't it people taking on debt they can't afford eject people what they vast the companies involved in car finance to do is to check procedures to make sure they're doing thorough affordability checks on all their customers it's concerned that many lenders and borrowers of got so used to super low interest rates that just taking too many risks and wetter these new financial deal fit in these pc peace personal contract plan with the bankofengland is particularly concerned about these pc pace so his reminder of how they work essentially pay deposit entitled alone with three or four years of monthly repayments with the exact price depending on things like expected mileage you'll ashley buying the vehicle the repayments just cover the full in the calls value the chance to buy comes at the end now nearly 90 of all new cars via pc pace and part of the worries that just being used to widely not certainly the experience of sue from woking she wanted to buy nearly new car last year for cash but the cells machina had other ideas peter stiff is this.

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