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Fresh update on "gina" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance
"This is a Bloomberg money minute President Joe Biden plans to meet today with the CEOs of Walmart CVS and other retailers as part of his efforts to tackle supply chain bottlenecks and inflation ahead of Christmas The CEOs of Best Buy food Lion at sea Mattel and Kroger are scheduled to attend in person while Walmart CEO Doug McMillan and CVS CEO Karen lynch are among those planning to attend virtually Shares of Moderna are set for more gains after the company set a new vaccine to fight the omicron strain of the coronavirus could be ready by early next year if required The stock jumped 21% during Friday's global sell off solidifying Moderna's position as the top performer on the S&P 500 year to date Disney's video service has omitted an episode of The Simpsons in Hong Kong that mentions the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown in what appears to be one of the first cases of a major U.S. streaming giant censoring content in the city Gina server Bloomberg radio Introducing.
Fresh update on "gina" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance
"A Bloomberg money minute The fate of global markets now depends at least in part on labs around the world investigating the Macron COVID-19 strain potentially leaving investors with weeks of uncertainty in the wait for answers Reports of mild omicron cases so far brought some stability to the markets today after a plunge in stocks and crude oil and a spike in volatility on Friday Today is cyber Monday capping off several days of deals that started last week one of those days Black Friday showed online sales were a bit lower from last year Adobe says shoppers spent 8.9 billion online down from 9 billion the year before but more people were returning to physical stores data from sensormatic solutions shows a store traffic up 48% from last year But still lagging levels in 2019 before the pandemic U.S. futures point to a higher open today Gina survey Bloomberg radio.
LL Cool J, Carole King, Tina Tuner inducted into Rock Hall
"The rock and roll hall of fame has inducted and eclectic class of musicians for twenty twenty one for a show that will be broadcast on HBO on November twentieth marches are a letter with the latest it's Eminem performing with LL cool J. for L. L.'s induction into the rock call Todd Rundgren was a no show for his well Tina Turner accepted by video noting that if she's still getting the words of the age of eighty one she must be doing something right fighters performed with Paul McCartney for their induction Carole King gets in for a second time JZ is in the first time on the ballot Belinda Carlisle and Gina Schock agogo say they're amazed they were ever considered we had no idea what you're doing when we started in nineteen seventy eight so and here we are I don't know what we don't know
US, EU to launch consultations on tech regulations, trade, China
"First s. e. u. tech trade summit starts today secretary of state antony blinken commerce secretary gina raimondo and us trade representative. Catherine tie will sit down with their european commission counterparts. In pittsburgh the talks are meant to address trade issues around technology including data governance rules and securing supply chains to offset the rise of china and russia. But our reporter. Dan michaels says some issues. Maybe thornier than others. It gets a lot more complicated when you get into specific regulations and how each side overseas these things so for example the eu is much stricter about a personal data than the us. The us has more government surveillance microchips or another area. There's a desire to cooperate because the past year or so has shown how reliant both the. us and europe are on both china but also friendlier places like taiwan and south korea. And there's a desire to develop some independence but what that actually means isn't so clear because us wants the us to be strong. Europe wants europe to be strong so figuring out how they both gain without one losing out to the other. It's it's it's a little dicey
EPA rule sharply limits HFCs, gases used as refrigerants
"The environmental protection agency is sharply limiting domestic production and use of highly potent greenhouse gases commonly used as refrigerants the new rule aims to decrease production and use of hydro fluorocarbons spite eighty five percent over the next fifteen years part of a global phase out hydro fluorocarbons are considered a major driver of global warming thousands of times more powerful than carbon dioxide the often leaks through pipes or appliances that use compressed refrigerants such as refrigerators and air conditioners White House climate adviser Gina McCarthy says the rule is expected to reduce harmful emissions by the equivalent of four point five billion metric tons of carbon dioxide by twenty fifty a total similar to three years of emissions from the U. S. power sector Ben Thomas Washington
A Friendly Ghost Story
"I think we talk a lot about ghosting in the romantic context right But it also happens with friends. Obviously and the reason. I want to talk about friend. Ghosting today is. Because i think it's an example of a larger problem with how friendships tend to end like what happened with one of our listeners. I just remember. There was one particular instance where she called me. And i looked at the phone and i was like oh i can't do this. I just didn't answer. This is dana lucic and a couple years ago. Dana goes did a good friend of hers when she learned her friend with pregnant. Oh my inner feminist is really angry at me. Because i know that women are able to do everything and anything to be cleared. Dana was excited for her friend but she was also worried about their friendship. Changing i am now thirty years old and i do not want children and i struggle when my friend start to have children because i feel like they change and i feel like they you know of course obviously wanna spend a lot of time with their kids talk about their kids and i'm just not interested. Gina this is like oh. You're having a baby. Congratulations you just lost a friend. It's like the exact opposite reaction society. Expects you to give exactly exactly. I really respect her ruthlessness about it. Yeah and dino wasn't always like this
White House Climate Advisor Says Despite Recent Disasters, Don't Lose Hope
"Deadly flooding wildfires heat waves and droughts these have been the headlines all summer in the us with similar disasters around the world to visiting new jersey earlier this week to survey the damage from hurricane ida president biden said we're at an inflection point every part of the country is getting hit by stream weather and We're now living in real what the country is gonna look like and if we don't do so we can't turn it back very much but we can prevent it from getting worse. Abidin administration is pushing bills. Which would be the most sweeping climate change policies ever enacted in the us. But right now. They're still facing major hurdles in congress here to talk about this with us is president biden's national climate advisor gina mccarthy. We'll come back to all things considered thank scott. I know you often talk about the fact that you are optimistic. And even more optimistic than you've been before about enacting the climate policies. But it's been a really frightening summer and a lot of people see these disasters and they wonder. Is it just too late to prevent the worst of climate change. Why is that view wrong. Because a lot of people haven't first of all having these disasters happen and be experienced personally by one out of three people in the united states. Which is what's happened over the past just few months. It's not the way. I really wanted people to get familiar with climate and get active. It certainly would have liked action earlier but this is a tremendous opportunity. We have and. I don't want people to give up hope and i'll tell you why i'm not giving up. Hope number one. I think the president is on target in what he's asking congress to support. I think we'll get it over the finish line but also i want people to understand that we have opportunities with already existing solutions on climate. That will get us where we need to go and get us on. The trajectory to net zero i- job is to deliver the solutions. That's what this package that. The president has been negotiating in pushing his all about
Death Rider in the House of Vampires (Featuring Joe Black)
"Movie might seem like for regular listeners. Like a strange one to dedicate in episode two But you know we did do veronica last year. Which was a you know it's virata. It's it's what it is. It's glenn. Dan's eggs first movie and is it's wild for what it is but i. I was looking forward to this. Because i had fun talking about that movie. Even if the movie is a bit of a mixed bag I thought it would be fun to check out whatever he did next. And that's what we got now so before we get the puzzle pieces. I do wanna mention something real quick and you might not be aware of this joe but you know what this episode is no. It's the two hundred episode of piecing together. Oh my goodness gracious. Imagine that celebrating. Oh two hundred episodes with death writer in the house of vampires. While it's amazing. Why do i feel like what was the one hundredth episode. Actually i did like a special bonus episode for episode one hundred where gina interviewed me about like my music career and stuff. So you haven't heard that one yet. Yeah that was fun now. I was going to do something special this time rabbit. I was like you know what death riders coming up. I think it fits. I think that's wonderful. I think that's a bold statement and in a in a in a time of movies right now where everything is either like trying way too hard to be different and or new movies are also just kind of finding out how to be like you know conventional
Tokyo Olympics: Skateboarding Teens Blaze a Trail for Women
"Of freshly minted teenagers taking the gold and silver in the women's street finals for skateboarding in Tokyo 13 year old Mommy, Gina, Shia of Japan. Took home the gold, while fellow 13 year old Raisa layout, all of Brazil, took home. The silver. Both had previously participated in the X Games in Minneapolis in 2019, Brooklyn's Alexis, PSA Blown finished fourth.
"gina" Discussed on Trillions
"Some point. Rising yields is no longer a good thing for stocks. It's not anytime soon right now. we still need bond. We can still tolerate much. Higher bond yields from where we are in the bond market will likely lead the stock market because higher bond yields great. It indicates an improving economic outlook improving sentiment toward risk. Lower bond yields is generally not so good generally leads to worsening economic conditions in the bond market is usually pretty keen to forecast this correctly as as as long as we're talking about relationships are there any other ones. This is talking about like going big gina. Are there any other relationships like that that you you think student. Investors should be watching going. There are quite a few actually. That's the that's the big overwhelming secular relationship. That i think is absolutely most important to keep your eye on The other thing that. I think you want to keep your eye on really carefully as inflation expectations. Because i think we've gotten accustomed to this notion that Any bursts in inflation expectations are very short. Lived it's kind of like the value story and he burst. Invaluable performance has got to be short-lived because it hasn't happened and they have not endured over time but we've gotten a number of new inflation prince over the course of the last six weeks six Six to eight weeks that have suggested that this inflation may endure. We're starting to see signs in wages. That suggest the inflation Conditions may endure and a wage price spiral starts with consumer saying think inflation is going to be higher for a longer period of time going to their employer and demanding higher wages. And then you get a spiral right and then inflation stays stronger and it just reads to me. The economic landscape breeds to me right. Now that we may be at that turning point so i think you want to watch inflation. Expectations really really carefully. In the short run everything is going to revolve around peak growth. We've got pekar and inflation in short term peak growth and inflation peak. Ism surveys peak. Earnings growth is just peak everything this summer and the sequence of momentum in in gross does matter for investment outcomes. I think it's the underappreciated story of what happened in the last six weeks we've got peak everything. Where do we go from here. We've got to absorb the idea that we're no longer gonna see that persistent upward momentum in every indicator that we follow. So that's another thing that i'm watching Back to the bond thing which is the connection there when you talked earlier about yields and stock prices. I wanna just invert that and say that what you're saying is that bonds and stocks moved together lately. Yeah right so if you have a sixty forty portfolio which a lot of people do. What are you supposed to do with it. Well it's on the other. Well the yield rises when stock prices rise so bond sell off when stock prices are rising typically right happening now over the past ten years they they sometimes will start to move in tandem. Yep everybody just sells everything. That's what happened. In march one in crashes what often happens is the bond market actually just absolutely rallies to the end of the earth in the stock market crashes You know the sixty forty portfolio in part has worked as well as it has because of this relationship. That's occurred over the last twenty years. There are a lot of people you know you talk about broader diversification. There are a lot of people really struggling with..
"gina" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast
"Happy. Where they do on this one will be enjoy. Enjoy live friends with omni. Say yes to going now and say yes to stay home. We've that is what you warm to lovely lovely jane. Thank you for that. And how would you like to rigby remembered. So gina walls arlington crazy mexican dentists in the really really i- gina. Just just just one final question phone. Let's say you have one month last. Disarm how would you spend that moons. What what what would you be doing in the in. In those last two days i will corrode recreate one of my best holidays with my company that were we went to cyprus on. We didn't leave the her telling fourteen days. We have this san routine every day. I think it was twelve o'clock on griesheim. maybe now will toba. I mean we'll be acro- speed sign something like that. I would spend it with that non. Want my my children. My husband my mom nights. We're just doing that. You know like enjoying scon- food drains happy memories. Yes how do you get back to mexico. Gina normally about every year and a half to two years when they were leaked to our young that i used to go one to be every year but then you realize that nine nations to go so yeah every. I'm a hockey to. He's a good balance for us. Having thank you so much for nineteen and a my ask you to copy and paste that text message to me when we may touch to mexico following. Thank you for having me. I really enjoyed talking to you. This is dental leaders. The pods way you get to go one on one with emerging leaders in dentistry your payment lang greedy and practice. Thanks for listing. Guys if you got this you must have listened to the whole thing and just a huge thank you from me and pay through actually sticking through and listening to what we had to say and guest had to say. Because i'm assuming you've got some value out of it if you did get some value out of it think subscribing and if you would share this with a friend who you think might get some value out of it to thank you so so much for listening. Thanks don't for gas six star ratings..
"gina" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"How can you come with something creative. When you're under such duress and i wanted to know. Was it like that on the set as well like i said is a fund. Set before we do. I'm food rehearsals are on f. o. Beats we a music like if you look thorns and stuff you'll see at me and the cost of crew. All of us will put music. We fucking we. I'm it's got energy just get is fine. This is starting to play. Make the people. This is not rocket science. This is not surgery. So i put musical have fun and the rise is really nice. Collaborative feel and chart likes the room. That where chuck comes in and he loves permanent hanging with us and it doesn't feel high pressure we're talking. We don't because the show if you watch bob has michelle. It's not a joke heavy show. It's funny and we aim for the fighting but we also aim for the real hot the real story the real three dimensions of all the characters. So it's not just joke joke right now. Do you know the funny comes. We concentrate chuck is now twice lot. We concentrate on story making real and then you can add emma jokes later so i've learned a lot cincinnati shovel. We haven't got that kind of high intensity thing going on we. We collaborative thing. Everybody works together. We break and i've had people come up to me after the season. Go this one of the best sets of works on your energy's positive finally keep it light and it's not high pressure. Enjoy coming to up. So desirable. I think we would have heard it from you right now. In your your comedy home about how. The show came about that finding meal. Google owner that. I've got a whole routine about it. Chuck his head. He's like i you know i also want to. You know commend you on you know. I know that the rule comedy's supposed to be like tragedy. Plus time equals humor. Or i guess that's the the the formula but you know all of your subject matters you somehow find the seriousness and things that are like you know you leave nothing knowstone on turn light until i sleep. Apnea you talk about lupus coming out to your family all these things how did you. Where did you get to the place. Where is like because he. I think you have to not care in order for your world to open up a usually if people are super guarded and yet that sort of thing then you're not going to work but you have to get the point where you get shading. Yeah we're reach that level not that long ago you know. I wasn't out for a very long time. Because i was like a black woman in this industry. I don't look a certain way. Like do i really want to give them something else to boxing with sofa longtime. I did not talk about my sexuality. At home i avoid the question. I'm alive but i always circumvented the questions. They asked questionable. I i was this so it at the beginning of my career. It helped me. Because i had to think outside the box as far as materials concerned because whenever those relationships i'd go right just think of patil so it made my material stand up because i wasn't one of those women talking about relationships. I wasn't talking about that stuff but then after years i. It was like a jacket. Because i couldn't really open up be completely myself on stage because i was holding back facet of my personality and i didn't really come out till i started touring. I was on tour cat. Williams and i was touring with. I was there for the crazy. I was there on on a private jet with shook night. I was there for all of that. You got you got shit. That was happening. I was there for all of it all of it. But i was also. I'll tell you that. Come back to that onto onto a young comedian who shown takeaway. Who's she's way in style and she's a lesbian coming. And i loved how unapologetic she was on stage. And i'm watching. I think and envying thinking that's what you do just be on stage and be yourself doesn't matter and it got the point where you know. I done all the things. I'm supposed to be happy smiley. Don't threaten gina figgis to try and get on. It had worked. And that's what. I'm just gonna do me do me and i just and i didn't make a big deal are coming out to slip to joke in here to line in here. I like a big deal of it. Because it's just one facet of my person that just it doesn't totally define you exactly but it just means that i was completely open and there was nothing i was hiding and my comedy co better. How did that feel like having realization. How did it feel so good. And why did i wait so long. Like oh my god. I wish i done this years. But when i back up people get the black for dessert you. Because you know. Blackie were homophobic people but it is because unlike look at bill up reputation being a really good comic really funny and so people like me. If you don't then you go for every one person. I lose again and up five so yes i wish i done it years ago but yet it good glad at it but as the cat williams. Yeah i was until twelve and cat. One of the most generous giving support if people smartest people i've ever met. Yes if you comedy take out all the motherfuckers. The guy is that gina. Cat is brilliant. Brilliant i tell you that i just let the pimp shit get in the way but he the way all of them any the intelligent man. We had wonderful conversations. But i'd have one conversation to the next day. He was like that. So i was like on you know and he was actively because again. I didn't kiss us. I didn't know but yeah. I was on that tour. We should my you know. I was left on stage to an hour and a half sex because he i'll tell you one story. Wow encapsulate the craziness. Did you have an hour and a half. Did you have just proud work or okay. Yeah i've been in a queen twelve. I do shot to specials out. I got you got to let me tell the cops ate the whole thing so i'm onto. I mean very jealous. The first time cavs taking me onto. He calls me up the first time. I met cap. I'm in new york. It's the new comedy festival. Cat is appearing at the cutting your soda an ongoing to watch the show. Because my friend will so. Vince was opening plan. So i'm trying to put the time. I'm about to kill the fun to watch. The show will souvent schools. And i'm like. I'm about to walk in the fair and taking my feet. He goes to the same store so coming out the stage door and they go cats here. He's been arrested on the way to the show. So can you go up and do twenty minutes. And i'm like connie who we'll on did. He's time that. I went on and did mine and killed and towards the end of my set cat williams. File the police and he made it in couscous my set and afterwards he was like i like you undertake to until i was like. Yeah yeah before. Whatever and i was busy in new york from la south at was.
"gina" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Kids over its white supremacy. Thank god why personally they indoctrinated the entire planet and then genius what they did when you're thinking about it knocking. I'm also dying. Because i do another podcast with just got in. Asia kindred in asia always says the root of everything that has to go on with black people white supremacy so as to like word salute ingenious. The the fact that they subjugated us that they convinced. Get stuff that we were less than and generations later hundreds of years later. We still believe that we are less than we still do. Hence you have you know african americans. Hey africans applications this the trial. Everything stems from that. The religion was forced upon after half believing in a white jesus of the white the villainous upon the homophobia that was never existent in african society. We will spiritual we were. Wait massed practice uraba. Sorry are you. D- practice uraba the religion. Or i don't practice any religion really unlike i've told that from our europe family from berlin city but yet like if you look back in history homophobia was not existent in africa. It was all about spirits. They you know there are historical pieces written by people who came they the. What did they engine. What can now so now they because somebody literally just told me that ghana just took down the sign and their airport. Basically saying don't bring you a homosexual. Don't bring your american homosexual. Basically the the brits came in and they were like what you're doing you're worshiping these data these wooden artifacts. This is disgusting tingle you will. You will worship this white cheese and they churches and they took the land to build these churches and they beat the religion into the people. And it's been pasta. Journalists darren's not whether religion comes on so the christianity in alaska was not there before it was out the land. We were around haiti's we worship the spirits within people so yes there were mendel had more feminine energy but it was no big deal that will women do mascot energy but people just were it was all about the spirit to the people. Same thing within the digital tracks of every country you know they had different genders make. It didn't involve app spirit. Some of these people were different. Genders different identities were considered most to consolidate watching. They go to for advice in that. So this was what it was like before the watch issue came stuff this this this is hidden atavistic. You worship our white qisas you go to churches and we will give you our education. And if you don't do it we will kill you. So why were building your churches. We will take every land to build these churches that you did not know you need and you will worship in them and we may sell some of your family. But that's just how it is. We are bringing you civilization and that's what happened so the religion that you see is bastardize. It's being used by men to subject. This is the sandwich that was jeans to to justify enslaving blah. Oh yeah i'll say you know all about this we to act like we forgot. So i'm like this same religion that you'll use to be people that have because this is the same that was used to to subjugate. Oh people hundreds of years. Is that the thank colonize the claim to jet but rejected the bullshit. A to when you when you occasionally bring this up in concert like when you really get real about the effects of racism knowing that you have a mixed audience that like what's the general reaction and how do you handle it if someone claps back at you. 'cause i try to do this once. And it didn't work with his sort of drunk frat boy. I'm rick james bitch audience. That was wanting him to just you know just be a caricature and you know. He hit the turn. Dick gregory on them. Yeah i mean here's the face the audience the ten come to see me. No i say well. I'm going to say so if you'll come to see me. You know that you get again. Also as a comedian. My first of cool is always to entertain. I'm here to make you laugh mar teacher. I'm not sure. That's not what i'm here to make you laugh so that is always my first cool. You need to be laughing now. If i'm slipping in some politics and slipping in some teaching you something as long as you're laughing it's all good so i don't go out and just go harding. Herb is the devil. You don't do that. I tell stories. I tell stories of experiences for my last. Because just by virtue of who i am i can statement so i don't have to make a big deal out black book. I'll just tell stories. I'll tell stories about the race. This woman on the train. Who didn't believe that. I belong diverse cloud. I'll tell the stories of being in the first class lounge at the airport and a guy asking where the exile. I'll just tell. I'll tell the story now. And they learned from stories that laughing. But they're learning sanctum. That's how i do it. It's like feeding medicine but you it that so you don't really know you're taking the medicine and that's how i tend to do it as a stand common tanago. Obviously people still get angry because what we will get angry. You've got the the defensive y. P. by dfw.
"gina" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Phone. And i will send you a western union and emotive back and i was like did you look at my name. You are trying to scam another nigerian. Gina is the scam in pure nigerian. Or is it tribals. Because some may say there's certain tribes and more scamming others or no. I don't know about that. I just think it's just i. I must say no nigerian to spoil percentage of my jeans. Doing this is not all nigerians. I can't do that. Shit i know how to. I would love to learn but no no. It's a small percentage is it's been blown out of proportion to make it look like every nigerian scam and there's a small percentage of who are really really good but i trust is a base more number five is i don't know i'm glad you clear that up. I didn't cleared up. Let's see it's all about honesty. People were doing on this stuff. Well honestly i gotta. I gotta go. I gotta cancel this check. Just sent out. 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Because the same education that we will go and seventies eighties. The view of africans. The only image of africans on tv was either are sitting there with flies landing on our face begging for food donations or in tarzan movies chasing whiteman around in china and cookham in parts were bones and our noses so we were seen as primitive and heathen animalistic and that was what the image of africans was at the time so as an african kid is i will probably you guys in america. African squad trick in england was african. People spear chucker all of those. It was black because the british was so good hiding there that because this thing about the british the europeans the biggest lamest biggest belgians were disgusting with dutch. Were discussed number one about that. England was number one british empire. They were they just hit it. Better like icing this routine. The americans did of stealing share as stephen people and bringing it back to their own house whereas the brits stole but kept in other people's houses and they went to africa play stall people but then bring them back to england. I put them on. The colonies in the caribbean is not thanks to in barbados. In kids to make all of those people are descendants of slaves all the black people from the islands but they did not educate the the black people from as to where they came from. They just assumed that they were from the islands that there was a black africa and our platform islands. They didn't know so. I had so many fight to school with kids. We call continue cable african to make a run without bones. I used to get that school and it was two routes came out in england that they were mine. Holiday is they. didn't they will educate it's they will not educate the school system did not educate us to tell us the all black people k. From africa they didn't know so at school. I went for horrible time with other black kids. Just calling me names. I was constantly getting into the school. And that's where. I started using humor because getting into trouble because activate myself into the crazy kid severe because she will country face to big small. I would just fight. Be ready to fight to show. So that i wouldn't get bullied up. Allow any to our fighting so then. I started using humor to kind of circumvent those those confrontations to school okay. So it's weird to hear you say that because in my mind i thought that type of ignorance suggest for america because yeah like i also you know had experienced like that in the mid seventies or whatever like the the worse end salt you could say like on the on the playground. Whatever on recess to call someone african like. That's ones like already fuck you up. You said to me again but here that this also is happening with african.
"gina" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Opinion. Because there's too many. There's benin-city in nigeria. Which is where my family from. And then there's been in the country which is next hundred. Niger where they speak french. Yeah so you've been knit but if they say panini york i'm assuming it's been in the country i believe it was the country simply because there was a civil war happening the nigerians had some Benin prisoners that they used as leverage to negotiate Gregor great grandfathers was one of those Those captured and sold the slavery in so the country. It's the county them. yes but the open. My history of nigeria and the benin within nigeria which is now southern nigeria where my family form and how advanced the society was and how bullish came and try to take and they they asked handed to them by the balloon warriors and then they came back and but been into the ground stolas bronzes and hence why all these bronzes in museums in new york and around the world because the british came burnt down beneath stole the bronzes and sold the bronzes to pay for the army laid used to burn dominant. Ooh man. it's done to the world like exactly when you guys though so polite in genteel. No it is they are state savages also not for nothing nigerians usually act like nobody coming mess with them at all so this history is not always told in that aspect. It's like come on now. We good we go. Independence my air independence in nineteen sixty four. Hey from nineteen sixty dollars. Even then the company was completely messed up to that because why to came out and took everything with them they would rate will resources over oil all the everydollar resources and then there was a lot of money in oil for a while but it all collapsed deal collapsed. The school systems was based on the british school systems. You know they took away the element that nigerians. All about africa's we're all about family learning trades and and tossing down stuff within founding and the british can forget what families that capitalism. It's all my capitalism you then get his qualifications and and so they completely change the way that nigerians worked and it's just ruined in my people in the country and few greedy people just cream. Everything of the history should know yours. You have to go to. Africa has asked race. I'm just oh yeah yeah When you were speaking of your family earlier are you in an active kind of Communication with them like. How does the idea of a family reunion work or well. That's my dad. Died a few years ago that the family he was definitely a man wants to nigeria. And i was very polite to him kersey he. He's the other half of my genetic tree. And i was very a nigerian southport to we. Spent my oldest. So when i'm going to go motherly i. I was going to do that so i was very polite. We'd sat with them to dinner. We talked. i asked him questions that i'd had for my childhood that. Why did you come back for us. Why and he had a stock of letters that he'd been sending to us as kids that will be returned because my mother's gadding because she he broke her you know. My mother was pregnant with my younger brother when my dad left. So imagine in. England in the seventy s given birth by herself as a single mom as a single mom in the seventies in england where shed no family. Nobody and she'll i have another brother. My brother were toddlers the time she was giving birth to my youngest brother so me. My brother had to go into foster care temporarily while she went into hospital to have this baby because she had not so. We will let you care you know. She got a wife heavy so to us while she was hostile to have this so my mother never forgave my father that key. Imagine all these women their husbands coming with flowers for their wives. You've had those papers and she's lying there by yourself with absolutely nobody so she never forgave him. Never forgave him. So as a result i kind of i'm going to say i hate him. Bows light looking abandoned us you know. I went through life with a horrible stepfather. Horrible knives right. You never came for us. So i give you respect as my father. Think about basle you gain so. I made the once and after that i was like. Oh i admit that was great. I took a few hours all you need. That's need so when he died. He's other kids like ecouen full funeral. And i'm like no i am sorry for your loss. Okay it was the father to you. And i'm so if i did not know the man so now i'm not coming to the funeral. What about your mother's big family. Oh my mother's side. The family not the wives he who killed. I didn't know any of those. But i'm not very my uncle's sister's yet. A lot k coupledom came to england so my mom found a good. We'll have friends that that's who i work with. Okay hey can you okay. I'm glad you're on the show to also clear up a this. This conception because americans have a different especially black americans they we have this different idea of who nigerians are coming from a really nice in dc not in houston and not in atlanta but yes outside of dc houston in atlanta danone. A no but it's it's almost like a crazy stereotype that we'd never get to dispel that myth because we rarely have nigerian guests on the show was this. What's the stereotype but just basically like the jaren scam artists that this visible scam artists. That we we have to that shit. I mean i can't even dan. I'm trying to get you to wipe it off the table. Very small very resourceful and your steeply after full for seventy scams and give them your money. Then i went tonight. That was sixteen. I went to nigeria. Went to lakers. I saw houses with signs on the houses said this house is not for sale. They had signs on the house because what was happening people were going on the internet and selling people thousands so selling houses don't belong to them so you in the house people. Yeah and if you don't excuse me in my house. I just bought this house like no. This is my ass but this is what was. Hey brought that scam here gene. Are you aware that. Nigeria is brought. That's game here and there's a scam all over europe craig. List your favorite apartment search. You see a beautiful house in. The price doesn't look believable. And then you call and they tell you to drive back and look at it from the outside and they give you a long story about how somebody lost a job but somebody died and didn't feel i didn't fall. I just got to the part where you drive has the house and i remember someone. Selling phone years ago on ebay or something. Cellphone was on the cellphone cellphone and is nigerian semi. Listen i feel what three hundred for the phone or something and these guys. I'll keep you seven hundred down to some.
Google Caps Data for Photos, Drive, Gmail
"Wherever remember last month you wrote about google photos and how google phasing out. it's free unlimited storage and caffeine. Free data. fifteen gigs well. That that's kicked in. Absolutely so now your google account will only let you add fifteen gigabytes beyond what you had as of june first and a new column on tech dot usa today dot com. Our colleague rob pecoraro wants to remind users that it's not just google photos that fifteen gigabit cap also includes google drive engine mail now. You might not think emails take up a lot of space but as rob points out. Emails conclude pdf's and pictures and all that as attachments. I looked at my longest running google canton. I had nearly three gigs of email. More than i had on google drive. So if you're like me an email come in daily that can add up. I'm rob has some tips on win. Only your mailbox down in story on tech that usa today dot com. I'll mention a few for you here. For instance in the search window you can use. You can type in a phrase such as quote larger colon ten m In in quote. I guess to locate emails. That are bigger than ten megabytes. And then you can just delete them. You know hitting the box little box next. That's handy because as far as i can tell gina won't let you simply reorder. Your mail by size. Like outlook does then. You could also reorganized by cinder. Delete all those emails and to do that. You could synchronize your g mail with a desktop mail app. Like what apple includes a mac. Os and microsoft bundles with windows. And let's say you want to identify mailing lists you wanna unsubscribe from simply search for the sender or subject. You want gone. Open it up to click. It's unsubscribe link simplest way to clean out your mailbox. Click the check box at the top left corner of the search results to select And then just hit trash. It can't be a free in moment for
"gina" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed
"You conceal the current around. You pushing you in a direction. That is not always easy to bill. When you're standing in the universe but all the times that i've been flailing around and not knowing which direction i'm going i've been pushed in this in this direction and I've been like. I feel like i've worked on the last four years. I feel like. I've been working on it my whole life like the lady bug would not be a part of my logo or art of the cards had my dad not augment gina bugs since i was a little bitty babies so it's it definitely now that i'm here and i've thought it in the works I'm like doug. This is exactly what i was supposed to be doing. And that's all. Those nudges met along away. But i did spend a lot of time Doubting myself like how. Am i going to be the face of kindness I'm not good enough. And i don't mean that in i'm not worthy enough way i mean like in the in djelic way Healthy mouths like. How am i going to be the stock d kind hands. So i spent a lot of time on a teeter. Totter where i had my filthy mouth woman that tells it as is and then my hey go do something nice and i was running back and forth on that teeter totter and i realized the sooner i pull those together and balanced mental. Im all those things. I am the shit. Fuck dam and i am the please thank you. You're welcome. those are all things that belong to me. And i feel like that's not speaking to speaking to the people who say i can't be randomly kind because i know i've played the bitch in somebody else's lies so i did create a card specifically for that i've been it in almost every deck in. Its apologized to anyone. You've ever been on unsigned you. And i know that. I had those moments in my life where i have been on signed people. But that doesn't keep you from being unkind in the future and you decide you want to be as you move forward and as the universe nudges you in the direction of where he belong. Good like my whole heart is bursting. Thank you for that and that that visual of standing in the water is so spot on and like the especially the way you the analogy to the universe. Obviously in the water we can. We can definitely feel that it is not that obvious in the universe. And so we flail and dow in question and pause and slow so thank you for that..
Why Doesn't the Chinese Government Provide Visual Evidence of Dong Jingwei?
"On both sides giving conflicting versions of these events and again. Both of those events cannot be true if they have this guy back in China, Jingwei And he's there. Just show a picture. As Jim said, Put him up at the comedy Club at night at the Improv. It doesn't matter. Just put him out in front of the television. I mean, think about it if Gina Hospital if it was alleged that Gina Hospital of the C I A Had God forbid, defected to Russia and was giving up the mother lode of information about U. S intelligence operations. And Gina Hospital was in the United States. She would like, send a tweet or or Facebook puzzle. Hey, it's cheetah up. Here's all Bs. Why aren't they doing that? They're just saying, Oh, yeah, He gave a speech last week. Where was the speech at all? I don't know. I don't know where to speak. You don't know where the speech is. Let me get this straight China, the world's largest surveillance state cameras everywhere. Camera. You pick your nose in China. You're like a viral celebrity on screw tube. The next day, there's a camera everywhere in China everywhere. They warned me about that When I went over there 10 15 years ago, whatever it was I can only imagine what the cameras are like. Now you're telling me Don Jingwei's in China, but nobody can find them that he gave his speech and nobody in the room. Where wasn't Does that make any sense to you? The world's largest surveillance states can't figure out if there's spy chief is there or in the United States. Giving up the mother lode
Kicking Doors Open (With GIna Yashere)
"Welcomes professional troublemaker. Why thanks for having lobby. I've been jodi west. Read your books are falling you. As far as i'm concerned where friends. I don't care what anybody says. I consider you my friend. We'd be taxing what night best size world opens back up. We gotta beat up in some city in the world. yes. I want to be in this like julian coogan with volun- symphony and everybody the because i've seen a lot on instagram. Pre pandemic alaba jealous. How come. I'm getting buy into these. Hang out. I might not nigerian. I'm coming you're getting an invitation. I always curious what you wanted to do or be when you were growing up. What was like seven-year-old gino's dream gina. Where it's a scientist and an athlete at the same time really. I was a splinter hundred meters was my jam and i was talented and obviously a time from fat. You know had a nigerian families. Are you got the five career doctor. Lawyer accountant engineer own disgraced the family. My mom was going to be a doctor. You're going to be a doctor. But even seven on new. I didn't really like the cya blood. I didn't like barbosa. I want to be scientists. And she's like okay so scientists at athlete i wanted to scientists discover new immi bosom new cells and these things than in my spare time willing olympics. One hundred meters. That was seven
"gina" Discussed on Homophilia
"She was dead with her best friend. Gloria bigelow who's also comedian and nina turned to oil. That's the woman i saw on showtime. She's great she's a high anina. Come with me actually. She just grabbed my hand and dragged around with around and show them around and we just became like that. And that's basically people of you know each other and like twelve mix just we just clicked immediately and i was living in new los angeles and a year before i was like i'm leaving. I'm going to new york to make money doing comedy. And i wasn't making money. I've made a plan the gear before the in twelve months time. I'm going to be living in new york. And nina lived in new york for the universe was like you'll love your life and you're going to end up moving into new york moved to newark a move moving straight in with and that's what we did and that's where we lived happily for six years until bob hearts michelle drivers both back to la but now a both happy because hell as much for that when you're actually making a living when you have a sitcom on cbs. Right co created and you star in all of it getting all the checks all the chelsea shirt. How did the show come to be what what was. The initial spark cannot a blue. So i've been pitching shows per longtime time to sell a story of my journey immigrant family mixed with comedy star and nobody. Nobody knew what to do with it. Nobody got it so. I'd kind of pitched it in turned by every network and then kinda given up on the idea and i was back. You think tim. I stand up and i got a call out the blue for my agent saying chuck. Laurie wants to meet chuck loyal. Big band half man young sheldon mike and molly fame wants to talk to you so they flew me out to los angeles for this meeting and room and trump was like okay. I've got an idea. tv show. I want to make another show down. I don't want it to be another mike. And molly. i want to the female protagonist to be nigerian. We'd love you to help us. Create shall consult on the show because we are free white guys. 'cause him eddie that skiing out he can t work with them on a lobby shows. And they're they're like we're thrilled white guys. We cannot write this show. We need someone from the culture to help us. Make sure we get this. And that's how it came about. I i. I was tempted to say no in fact i did when i left. I call my agent. And i was like note this sounds weird and exploitative and i want no part of it but luckily i have a younger brother and best friend who will call me and scream at me and in a fucking idiot when an idiot and that's what they did above koby from england and screamed at me for two hours in stereo so then was like fine. I'll see what they want. So i stayed with them. Once i got in the room with them. I realized that they were genuine. The chuck is a genus and he wanted to make a good show. And i said fine as long as you know that The things i'm going to say the have to be done in there have to be done. Cannot you know if you want to be done right. And you want to stay away from racist and stereotypical tropes. You have to listen to me. And they did saw find. I kinda fell in love with these guys. And i started working with the money and eventually after couple of days that were you know. Consoling co creator and producer of the show. You're you're in the show with us. So they just open to that obviously as a stand up comic. My dream gig is going to be the best friend in someone else's sitcom come in still. The scene ballots use that sellout clubs and theaters. So i started creating a best friend. Captivated know that. I was creating for myself. I was like you know what i need to read. Billy needs a competent. And yet we this character and eventually when. Cbs showed an interest. Chocolate guys. Were like okay so if you want to be michelle. Because we won't be michelle and if you want the mola babashola you have to audition and i was like. I don't want adam schefter. I want the woman on the bus because she had no name. Chemi had no name of that one. And i was like i want women the bus and chuck looked at me with very fucking smart and that's how it all came about just out of the blue. They literally said. I asked them how they found me. How did you find me. Did you see my electric bills. Did you see them. Def comedy jam. Did you see the daily show. Did you see on the tonight show. And they were just types. My june female comic into google. So fantastic can go. They say can god for google. Thank god for google. That is that is a modern success story. If i've ever heard yeah well tested. Well cack-handed is the memoir by johnny. Julie's congratulations hooks. I mean pickups copy delightful read. Are you going to read reviews absolutely. I can't help myself. I am one of those people. Who does google myself once in a while and for the most part my okay. This is cooler than i see someone who writes something horrible. You fuck but i will the fruit and so far we've had a couple of with us come in and they've been phenomenal liar. I'm like god. People are liking it. Yeah so your fingers crossed. It will be good and the bad ones well. You can't please everybody. I'm a comedian. I love me. Some people hate me. That's just the way yup. So i'm hoping that people the book are fans and so daily joy get these other facets of who i am you know yeah exactly and bad reviews are always written by stupid people. So just don't forget that exactly ignored always. Yeah exactly is great. Read thank kids. Thank you so much for hanging out with us. Thank you for having me saw about with glitches in the holdups..
"gina" Discussed on Homophilia
"And i was like. I can't put this out in the world. So i had. I fired her. Basically i find that i had to start again from scratch and luckily for me the pandemic eight. I mean nobody will ever hear that. Come someone else. Luckily for me the pandemic but that's exactly what happened. The pandemic and i was like well. I'm not going anywhere. I just finished the first season of the show and so we had like a three month hiatus and oslo within three months on. Just knock out as much of this book as possible. Because i'm not gonna you know. Usually i was planning to go on the road and go hiatus and that didn't happen so i was stuck at home so i just knuckle dad's just started right in this book and this book in the pandemic and even when i went back to work on second season the show i was doing four fifty hour weeks on the show in the riots wound by in the scripts then go on and taping and then after that i'd come home whatever time web it's nine ten o'clock at night and then i'd right through to four in the morning so that's what i was. Yeah yeah i just worked around it. What was the most difficult part of the writing process for you. I'm not that disciplined. And i'm a mad procrastinator. So not one of those people that can go and into. I three hours a day and day. I just go around and sit down and write and then what my anything else for like three weeks. I won't even look at it because my brain. And then i got. She does deadline. Burma much actors. Who i've only spoken. And that's how it was like just sporadic splurges of writing and botanic cathartic. Because you know. I didn't realize i was still holding onto certain themes for my child like the particular chapter about my horribly abusive stepfather. When i was right in that chapter the anger the fury the hatred all can wrap backup like it was yesterday so that was kind of interesting right in low shirt and those students coming up and then be able to let those feelings out onto the page and just feeding so much better and feeling cleanse afterwards but there was also lots of funny. Stop the happened. It wasn't all doom and gloom and depression and racism sadness and and abuse you know at that was some fun things. Yeah it's a very funny book. Yeah there aren't the and some of the darkest parts or some of the funniest part. But it's interesting that you that you say. You're not a disciplined person because that was such an important value of your mom and you talk about that in the book. So do you think that it that party your lack of discipline as you describe. It is kinda like in in reaction. Yeah i think of rebellion because my mother was such a harsh disciplinary. So i rebelled against everything. So you know i i if bungee jumps moat excited everything all the things that my mom would have hated me to done and you know. I've good at school academically goodman. I was really good at memorizing stuff. So that's why. I was able to just memorize stuff and we got you tatum onto the page. And then get the moment. I walked out the exam. But yeah. I've never i've always been my brain is always been all over the place. I've never been totally disciplined focus. But i i could hardly say for those moments that i really needed it. Sure and it's i mean you are dealing with some heavy emotional content so it makes sense that you. Would you know practice. Avoidance ah during the process that makes perfect sense but engaging with it alone in a room yeah did it was it. Are you glad you did it. I'm glad i did it. I didn't know i could you know. I'm i'm glad i had to find the. I'm glad i skied again. And did it myself. Because it's quintessential gina page. It's all me. And i am able to add another skill to my repertoire. I ve written a book. And i did. I did not have the discipline. I didn't know i could do. I didn't do it and tom's dry in this book and i was like no you know when i first started writing i'd send checks to the editor and she's lying. Nah you skipped whole a load of stuff. You need to delve deeper into this subject. Because i was and then i went to school. It wasn't great and then after that it was a wonderful her literally and she was like. No you have to delve deeper. Have to dell diva hold on a second mike contractor another contracts calling me. why not. Just wanna make sure from. We're obviously going to listen to every bit of this guys know dole ryan please. How how how did it all turn out good. I am 'cause i'm just doing every single thing at the same time so the house an onslaught just stuck. Let's just do everything and just do it once and then we never have to do anything so i'm having plumbing. Electrical had had figured i had to pull put on had life to everything is a tiny booth trust. You have to get it one time. That's it gets very hopping out to the. Yeah almost my mrs. If we have about these. I love you so here. In i like these. But my missus wanting pool. So i promised she we bought this has with the view. I will put a pool in. So i'm doing little tiny pool. Honestly tiny you'll find i. I'm sure you already know this being in la for awhile pool parties. Nobody actually have really gets in anyway so you can still have pool parties and we'll give you our information before we go. You can still have. It's just all you need is april my instagram. You'll see on my stories oil. A photo of it says how smooth is foolish. Okay we queasy rooms this deck. But it's good enough when it gets hot and cool off and gap. I can't even swim out. Did you pull loving mrs meat. I was performing at a festival called mich fest. Michigan's women festival and it's a massive festival and this is all naked lesbians running around in the woods with music and dancing and comedy and workshops and stuff and i was booked to perform and they all camp is a massive campsite. But i do not so. I was like yet in a hotel and you have drive onto the site everyday because i did not detention and not shitting in a hole doing that. I don't need the hotel. So the the first i was performing to perform the bus. And they bought me onto the anita. Macguffin was standing there and she was dead with her best friend. Gloria bigelow who's also comedian and nina turned to oil. That's the woman i saw on showtime. She's great she's a high anina. Come with me actually. She just grabbed my hand and dragged around with around and show them around and we just became like that. And that's basically people of you know.
"gina" Discussed on Homophilia
"Okay yesterday just in case. She doesn't have to pronounce name because we got it. Just checking your vigilant. But sometimes people say it wrong. Yeah all the time all the time. Yeah what do they usually think. It's yes yes yes she again share a lot. And i'm not sure no. Yeah that's got to be painful. As i was as i got to the part of your book where you are in a club and one thousand. Nine hundred ninety. Oh in new york no no. I think it's in london But as i got into that part. I was listening to bbc radio six and they started playing jazz group how to solve which is which is what is playing in that scene. Yeah so. I just want you to know that you have control of the airwaves subliminally whether you know it or not. They guy special. I didn't realize this yet. I think that's i think that's clear absolutely crystal clear gina. Where are you. I am in los angeles an altar dino. Yes which is where i live now. I was living in north and after i watched a guy take a shit in a box. I was like you know what. I need to move to a quieter. More chill area. I mean at least for the recycling. Afterwards it wasn't as bad as it could have been but yeah i moved out to nature and quiet good good and somewhere new box and a new human being being created through the recycling program. But they go. Where were you north. Hollywood right behind where the old ha ha comedy club used to be off of lancaster. Oh yeah lafont is the arts district. Yeah i'm an. I loved it. Sure who kabul was really. I was very calm. But i just follow age and then the pandemic care and then is just. It became like the zombie apocalypse of methods. And just walk around screaming sauce. Like i'm too old for this shit. I'm going to go and live. Gm acquire where. I just have nothing to the mall. In crickets at night. And i love it. Called dina's gorgeous. I love it. Love it here and even know existed. It was a member of staff on my show that come out to denounce. Where is that other black people there. Because i'm going there. Let's there's at least one other black person per day. I'm going to be the only one in the village but turns out is twenty. Two percent blacks. Let me do it right. Yeah nice and it's it's doing. Well then fantastically perfect place to write. Do zemes chill love it. I see that will combine the morning. There's going through much flashes pretty wonderful. Wow l. la's magic iot. Are the coyotes coyotes and our little dog. So i'm like the whole time on my clarity. Get in the fucking house over to make sure my baby doesn't get eaten but other than that. it's good. i'm an eagle rock in our psychological warfare. Happening between me. And the yeah. It's pretty crazy. But i love it. It's nice and when you're when you're cozied up and out to dina at the end of the day. What are you watching reading listening to consuming everything. And we've been watching i watch. I'm watching high on the hog right now. Which is a documentary series about the foods and the origins of how all of southern cooking originate from africa. That was brought over by the slaves. And it's basically just me watching people eat delicious food and try not to accelerate and just stuck my face of comedies on watching a show. Could breeders watch it. I'll let you watch. Everything is on right now like everything. How shows i'm with how shows like i just moved house and were doing renovations on place. I'm just been watching. I've watched every single episode of house hunters house hunters renovation boise poet everything property problems ma fan but everybody are fantastic. Those are great. You get resolution twenty two minutes. Yep it's perfect fits. Yeah unfortunately can in that kind of reservation on my patience. i just found out my contractor. Who built my neuhof that we add it to the house had not connected it so we've been pissing and shitting in the basement for the last two weeks. Oh no you didn't connect so every time slots straight into the basement search to straighten to underneath the know going. Oh god oh. That's difficult. And i hope that he. That's a thing where he comes back and cleans. Oh no i'm sorry him he's out. We another plummeted check. He's work and they're the ones that discovered that like You toilet is not connected. It's just flush there's just a pile of peon toilet paper underneath luckily the toilet. So thank god you were trying to escape the poop north exactly. That's why we fled. The guy shitting. The box is just in my basement right now. Just chilling sometimes great times. So what did you watch. What were your big. Inspirations growing up influences that you can still see yourself and now i mean not connect can students necessarily see myself in now but as a kid. I was desperate to live in america. I wanted to be in america. I was watch shows like different strokes. Not like I want to be adopted by a rich white man and have made Cosby show those kind of shows than older. Mtv and joe mtv wraps and cribs gerald downtown julie brown. That's the stuff that i was watching and fresh prince and all you know the usual suspects but all the dreams of coming back were built into just baked into those tv shows. God aspirational have. You caught up with Downtown julie brown in the years. Since i've done that i goofed up. I was writing the book. Because i mentioned in the say in how she was living my dream. Not because i was like this is a black british woman on mtv in america. That is my dream life. So i followed her. Avidly for longtime and yeah. I could go. When i was wanting to talk to see what she's been up to and she's she's married to some rich student. Just chilling might now person. She's lovely couldn't be nice. Oh really i were you there at the same time dave. No no no no. This was she was a decade or so but nah yeah i guess about a decade or so before me Yeah delightful just what you wanted to be tons of fun. it's crazy. how huge she was. Yeah i mean 'cause yeah it was the original vj's and then her and it was like well wait a minute. Who's who's this..
Breaking Through To The Next Level As An Entrepreneur With Gina Bianchini
"There's two parts of our audience. We're all remote. I eight eighty percent of us are business. Owners and twenty percent of us are aspiring business owners and remote workers. So i'll start with the business owners in a one of my goals is to reach my full potential entrepreneur. And i've always sort of been stuck in the low seven figures. I've always built like these businesses. That are really nice team of tannin. We're we're productive and it's cool and stuff but we've never really got to that point where we broke through and got on the radar and our industry or anything like that. There's a lot of us like that. Listen to this show and you've managed do that so i'm just curious like what are some general principles or points advice. You'd have for us on how we could progress to get to that next level of entrepreneurship. Yet it's a good question. You know on some level the entrepreneurs that i have the most respect for are the ones that have built their own businesses. There is so much like in terms of silicon valley businesses and the particular game of growth equity and tech entrepreneurship. That are like kind of horrible. Like like not that cool like what any number of different things in terms of in terms of the game. But here's what i would say is for any business whether you're in the six figures. Seven figures eighty. It's about looking at. What is it that i do. What is the value. People are getting from it. And what are the different ways that we can scale it and the good news today is that you can scale with no code or by just putting your credit card with platforms like mighty and others in ways. That were not possible even two years ago. I personally think that one of the most important things is just continuing those practices as the entrepreneur of like. What did i learn this week. What are the three or four things that come out of that learning. And how do i bring this into to my next week.
Darts Library for Time
"Name is gina tan. And i worked for unit date. She's a she's doesn't serve button. I had invited you on primarily to talk about a python library that i've been working with a little bit that you were one of the maintainers and i think original author of and that's darts. What's the high level pitch for darts. What is it in. Why do people like it so darts is like you said. He's a biden library. Which was primary goal is really to make it easy and straightforward to forecast time series but also we have a vision for eighth we want to do more than forecasting so we want to just make it easy to work with time series and all sorts of stuff like also anomaly detection etc but for the timing darts really time series forecasting library from. Let's say a software engineers point of view someone who has a time series problem. But maybe not the academic background in arena. And this sort of thing can they use this tool. Yeah that's actually the goal. One of the goals to really make it easy to lower the barrier of entry for building and using forecasting models and also testing these models comparing different models experimenting with different forecasting approaches. Hopefully tizzy enough. We are really trying hard to make the libraries as easy as possible to use without compromising to much on the functionalities which is the challenge in itself. I would say but ease of use is really the main thing we're trying to optimize for.
The Federal Reserve Is Thinking About a Digital Dollar
"Maybe it's just me. I don't know but it kind of feels like the news center of gravity shifting back to the political and away from the economic so we are going to set that street right now. Genus new york times said he brady is at politico. Hey you do so gina. Let me start with you. If i could and the minutes of the federal reserve's most recent meeting which were out this week in which They said that they are ready to start talking. About talking about withdrawing support for this economy. I need you to help folks understand why that matters. What the effect might be right. So one important detail here is that it was a number of fed officials saying that they were thinking that if we saw rapid progress in the economy in the coming weeks and months that it would be appropriate to start a conversation about pulling back on by and so i think that the things synthesize are. It's a number. It's not all of them until we're not sure how. Widespread this agreement is and it seems like it. Probably doesn't include. Jay powell the fed chair. That's been important caveat. That said it's clear that there is some portion of the committee and substantial portion of the committee given the qualification number That is kind of getting ready to sort of dial back these bond purchase and that's really important because they have not only helping the economy but really been propping up asset prices and helping the stock market and so i think when you see that conversation start that it's very attuned to sort of hinting. It's coming hinting. It's coming and getting people really ready for it again. So that the bottom doesn't fall out from under market like we saw in the paper trim episode after the global financial crisis when benn banenky kind of intensity. We're going to talk about. They bring and markets went nuts. Basically trying to avoid a repeat
Gina Brown on the Invisibility of Women Living With HIV
"Jump right in so you found out that you were living with hiv about twenty seven years ago and at that time how much did you know about. Or how familiar were you with hiv. My knowledge of hiv was gay guys. I remember watching the evening news talking about it even before. They had a name for it and they were calling in grid and gay plague and but it only impacted gay people right so you wind. Gay you okay. I'm good or even if if you were a lesbian. They weren't talking about hiv and lesbians. They were talking about hiv engaged. Men so you still feel like you good. No one was talking about it with women only knew what i saw on the evening news. I remember once watching the guys go up to capitol hill and they on stretchers wheelchairs. And i'll walk. I was so scared. And they had a sign and the sign says silence was dead and stay with me although she is. Do you mind telling the story of when you were told about your diagnosis. Because i think it's an amazing example of what not to do. Oh my goodness dad. Day is seared in my mind. I think if i got alzheimer's i remember that day. I i got the phone call it. And then she'll phone call on april fools day. Hey prefers and to answer the phone. Lady a mask with jean. O'brien i said speaking. And she said hey. This is miss lonzo from charity hospital. And i laughed and i laughed because it was april fool's day and i thought it was one of my friends clam joke this lady. She finally convinced me that she was really from the hospital. And she said we need you to come in. We need to talk to you about one of your test results. And i said okay and and when i went the door was open. Scientists took my hand in untapped on the door and She said come in and when she commenced should never looked down never looked out and then finally sheets of paper. She put him in front of her face. And she said while you have aids and you're gonna die
Explained: The ‘Black Book’ for Professional Gamblers
"What is the big book of cheaters named from the gina furia episode. That's the griffin book. My god is your softballs. But the heck also known as the black book listen. The griffin book is a death sentence for professional gamblers. Once you're in the griffin book your name photo. Aliases associates and any other info they can put together on. You is shared with every casino. Who will then refuse to take your action compiled by the security company griffin investigations. It began as a list of known cheaters. But as card counting grew in popularity the company added card counters to the book even though card counting is cheating and despite gina's predicament that night. It isn't against the law ways. So there's it's a physical book. it's an online database. What is the. It was a book once upon a time. But it's so huge now. I mean there's tens of thousands of people in this thing so now it's a database that Casinos pay for access to but. Yeah i mean it's you know once upon a time. It was physical sheets like photos. And i've seen pages out of it from seeing physical pages from the older days but yeah and it's getting bigger and bigger and bigger die. Geez how do you. How is it verify. Was it somebody. Like i guess. If you get caught cheating they use the book to reference if you're in it or is there like facial recognition when i'm walking into a casino. There's something like matching matching me to the database. Yeah pit bosses will. If they suspect something going on there will then go and reference the database to see if they can find you. There is facial recognition software in these facial recognition like cameras in casinos. Today i think that some people are spooked by them. But i've heard from other folks who work in surveillance that they're pretty ineffective while you're there are photos and look and you up and down. You know his why a lot of blackjack players were Disguises they'll grow their beards shaved their beards dye their hair mom big hats. Yeah they do anything. They can to try to evade detection
Gina Marks: Gypsy Psychic Con Artist
"Gina mark story gina. Marks is a psychic. She's a self proclaimed psychic that basically duped people out of well in this case three hundred and forty thousand dollars from about five clients. But it's said to be anywhere into the millions with her so she so we're gonna get right into this one so i'm going to start with a miss marx's background she is romani the started in florida so this is a florida story. You know high love that state. They're always got love it or tech. I know right like every single time. I don't know why those states just have all the fraud. i don't know maybe vegas to. I don't know but anyway. She basically grew up in her culture. Romani people so that's a nice way of saying gypsies a So because i thought all them you know they died out at some point in the eighteen. Hundreds i don't know but like i guess they're still around. Yeah in pretty who live and kicking so But anyway so she's a gypsy issues. The mother of three her family was actually involved in a lot of psychic fraud. Her mom was in trouble in the nineties. Oh yeah i mean. I noticed that as a pattern is well you know with all of our crazy fraud stories here that you know. There's always some sort of like family ties or just kinda runs in the family or something. I guess to be a c- fraudster. Now you you see what you see what. They're doing that and make sense. Oh they they're successful in doing it separate jail time. I don't know right. Yeah so she lived a lavish lifestyle of course and it is said to be that. She's profited in like the millions with all of our victims now. Her victims unfortunately a really hard to find because like a lot of them are so embarrassed by this. I
Chicago Bears 2021 Draft & Part 2 - The Picks You Were Wrong About - Mini Episode 051 - burst 1
"Question is if i'm if i was ever wrong on one of the on address and stayed host to so many things i know in this beers and those one time This just the only time. Because i'm rare wrong about this stuff but This one time. After my rookie season we weren't very good. Call correctly we were four and twelve after that season and we needed some help. Okay i knew. We had a lot of injuries that year. And we just need a little bit of help and we've right the bears. We all have a first first round pick not a as they wanna pick a guy out of louisiana lafayette the raging cajun's in honestly our stuff i was like you've gotta be kidding me. I mean there's somebody won a national championship. How about we go and get and you look at this kid and it can barely run. Skin guys is is gonna helpless. Fortunately our dead wrong. I wasn't just wrong because this young kid who is a very good friend of mine now turns out to be in my opinion. The best cornerback to ever play in a uniform and that is charles gina. Tillman
Praying for Revolution with Linda Perry
"I really wanted to ask linda if that was the intention with beautiful. Was it made to be this moment of queer empowerment during a very hetero. Normative time when i write songs i don't really think about the song prior to the song i it just kind of shows up and with beautiful. That was more like like. I never thought i was cute. Person never thought is of interest in that way I am the i account myself out like. No one needs to tell me what. I'm doing something wrong. I'm the first one this already pointing it out. So that song was coming from a place of me. Trying to tell myself euro k. Euro k- kid. You know and there's others that are feeling like you. That are okay so in a weird way. The song had nothing to do with being gay but it has everything to do with being gay and has everything to be with doing being different. You know the way people's brains work You know people just feeling out of place because they simply feel like an alien You know that's where that song came from and a took me a second to be able to finish song. Because when i i said i am beautiful. I was like no. I'm not no. I'm not what. What the fuck sane one. You can't sing a song like that. So then when cristina showed up the story took a different turn then she came in very you think from the outside. Here's his very confident hot chick. It's got the world around. She's got gina bottles. She's got lightning. She's got everything right and then i'm thinking that she heard the song because she asked me to break the ice. I play her the song. Because it's i just wrote it. And i might just play the song and then she was like i want that song. Can you demo it for me and give me the lyrics and i'm thinking right away like know you're hot chick you can't fuck and have a
"gina" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews
"My name is eric harley and this is unstructured or we have dynamic informal conversations with some amazing people. Today we're joined by former fbi agent and army intel officer gina osborne. How're you doing today. Gina hi eric. Fine how are you. I'm doing great now. I i discovered you. You were on with former guest on this show jerry williams and she has a fantastic podcast dumb. Fbi retire case file review on their. I recommend everybody check it out. Opportunity you go into a lot of your history and specifically a pretty big case that you worked in california recall correct yes. I worked asian organized crime. When i first got out of the academy in little saigon the largest population of vietnamese vietnamese people outside of vietnam which was really cool and interesting. Because you came out of europe. I think he worked in intelligence in europe as well. Yes and i wasn't officer worked for a living. Eric so allow is a staff sergeant. When i when i got out sorry okay forget you get your degree while you were in. Yes okay you got excited. You decided to go overseas dry fast cars and forgot about the degree until you are already in the army yeah. I had two years when i went in and then i got my Four year degree. While i was there. Great experience okay. No you're kind of basic. You're writing a book right now. From lander stand yes and also writing for hollywood or tv shows. I am working on a television show right now as we speak. And by telling you can't exactly say what it is or who it's for or much more correct correct. However we're keeping our fingers crossed. Hollywood is an interesting animal. So yes there's nothing. Definite intel intel comes on tv. I think it's true and even then in those of it goes beyond pilot are all right so i think your book is called. Becoming unstoppable through chaos conflict and change. That's what it's called as we sort of right now so we'll have to see if that changes but that's navigating chaos crisis conflict and change. That's what the book is about. Okay now is this a is this your memoirs or is it a set of lessons in life for someone to follow a little bit of both has a set of lessons and how you can navigate things out of your control but then i insert experiences that i've had in those situations to try and help people make go at a little bit easier especially now with the pandemic and everything that's going on around in the world there is a lot of crisis and there's a lot of chaos.
"gina" Discussed on The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)
"You're on track and where people are communicating in the same message and also where communication may be breaking down or things aren't being captured so all of this is that gina gomez dot com right correct. Yes great. thank you so gina. What's one question that i should've asked you. That will help our audience. Take action to address this challenge in them which please the answer the question. Yes of course. So are you going to say the question is why is it. So important to focus on people when profit is what keeps the business running. Because that's what we hear all the time and actually without people you limit your prophet you need people to scale maintain innovate and all the other things that free. At least there's to do their own best one so set people up for success from the very beginning and if you want them to be successful ongoing venue products that those expectations and make agreements upfront. So that doesn't mean that it's a set it and forget it kind of approach where you have the initial media and then you're like okay. Let me know if you need anything. And then you wait till the annual review. The truth is most leaders. Don't set their team up for success. Not because we don't care because we bring somebody in rely pre now. I can get back to what needs to because i hired the right person. But if we if we can invest the time front then we can trust them to learn what we need them to do and get done by empowering the infant succeed and supporting them through the process very cool gina. Thank you so much for joining me today and sharing your wisdom with my audience. You are very welcome. Thanks so much for having me. Thanks for listening to the ktf. Success factor podcasts. For women. If you like what you hearing please go to. I tunes to subscribe raiders and leave a review. And if you would like more information on how we can help women in your organization to thrive thank go to www dot sarah e brown com. You can sign up for our newsletter reached show notes learn more about our podcast guests. We'd my blog ralph through the books or contact us for chat goodbye for now..
"gina" Discussed on Hope Discovered
"Today is gina bowers gina. How are you. i'm doing wonderful. How are you. I am doing absolutely fantastic. Mimic sure get your title correct. You are the rape crisis program manager and a counselor at our alliance office. Is that correct tap th right. Are you originally from this area from the start county area or.
"gina" Discussed on What's the Secret?
"How do you get traction when you don't have a name in the marketplace or you don't have a lot of resources to get your business off the ground. Let's all we're gonna talk about in this episode of what's the secret. My special guest. Today are jamie and jean Atkinson there are a couple there the force behind the change makers podcast which you haven't listened to that it's amazing their their interaction their energy. There just the fun they have on. That show is contagious. They're also the creators of the podcast. Prophet lab a stellar community for using podcast who profit and grow not just your audience but also your service practices. So they know their stuff. They were actually featured by russell. Brunson at one of his click bottles events. They were asked to come on and teach about podcasting. And what's interesting about. That is that they were just members in the click funnels group and they you know. They slowly by contributing bringing value to that group ended up on stage with russell talking about podcasts. And you know we talk about this in the interview and this is something you should definitely listen to and take notes on because most people get this entirely wrong. Most people go into other people's groups and they tried to sell and they get kicked out jamie and gina. Do it the right way. So pay particular attention to that and you're gonna love this episode. They were super fun. I actually caught up with them in costa rica. They travel all around the world working their digital nomad.
"gina" Discussed on X96
"Gina Barbarian Twitter at our beach. Gina, This is radio from hell on X 96 skills may be good, but I have to use the bathroom. I gotta go be. Are you going to the toilet? I have to pay. Now. I'll try and hold it. But I'm going now. I'm sorry. Inside room inside. 21. Never.
"gina" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos
"And I'll use a perfect example I've had you know? You know inklings that these children are being. Abused at home just from child seen so you you call the state and then. Hopefully the state goes on with it, and you very rarely ever get any feedback back to know your. Your report wasn't right. Because of this the other thing or you know maybe next time you know this is what you should be looking for. We don't get any of that and again. That's how our local system operates I mean is. Is it the best? No I mean I'm sure there's some stuff that's getting caught. You know how much of it is pretty overburdened on a system. No, even if it's sixty percent Nabi generous and say at sixty percent. Sixty percent. You're putting on a system. That's already on the verge of collapse, right? Well the other thing that happened that day that we testified in front of Congress was So law passed, and it was unanimous, and they said if if my friend amy I hadn't testified. She actually had to relinquish her rights to her daughter. In order to get her the help she needed, so both of us told our stories, and they said you know. Had you guys not come? I don't know if it would have been unanimous, but wow. This is amazing, so you're coming back. That do that same day. Colorado also passed a law. That's in the works right now to. Make it mandatory for insurance companies to cover a mental health checkup every every year. which I think is amazing. You know every everybody's well checkup is is covered by insurance every year, but now a mental health well checkup is required and I think that's amazing. 'cause Colorado's had its share of you know suicides and shootings, and it seems to be getting worse so I think a mental health checkup for everybody is important. That is absolutely amazing work to you. Were you nervous? Yes very much so. I didn't know what to expect. I'd never been to the building or anything, and it was. It was a really cool experience, but I'm sure it was because. I. Am Not a big fan of politicians period. Matter who they are but. To to be able to have that influence I mean that's that's strong, and you just said it i. mean you just said just you and this other woman that went and testified. What difference you made one person two people sorry to people made Speaks values. Values, and that's. Amazing, that's absolutely amazing. You got a lot to be proud of. Thank you when you wrote the book. Did that was that kind of therapy for you as well to get. It was hugely therapeutic. I actually had a woman tell me that I had to write a book. She was up a life coach, and so I was like. No, I'm not an English Major. You know I'm not a writer and she said Patina you're a storyteller. That's all you have to do is get your story out there. That's editors will help you with the rest. So. I just I said okay well. I teach so I was like okay as soon as it's Christmas break. I'm going to spend some time writing my book and we'll see how it goes. And it was literally like a download of information like it took me five weeks to write the whole book, and that I took ten days off at Christmas to go visit family, so it was, it was really fast. and. It was just an amazing I felt so much better when I was done, and both of my boys actually wrote a chapter in the book. So my older son wrote from a brothers perspective, what it's like to have a brother with reactive attachment disorder, and then my my Rad kid, he needed a little more help, so we actually did like a an interview like this and I took word for word notes on what he said, and then kind of helped him. Put it into chapter, but. He was very much on board. When we first started talking about the book, he was a little ambivalent about it. But ultimately he loves to help people, so he said well. Do you think this book is going to help people and I said yes I do, and he said well then let's do it so and he's been speaking with me. On occasion. I did a couple workshops that he came and gave his perspective, and he's a really good public speaker so. and. She's now owns it. He does, and he's. He's actually doing a research paper for English right now on the societal impacts of Rad on kids, and that's pretty amazing, and he thinks he might want to be a therapist and help other kids so. Yeah, I hope it. I hope it works out. I'm really proud of him. Now that's what the society needs more of. It needs more people to stop worrying about the labels that they get put on them, and the people need to start coming forward like your son in owning it in understanding that hey. It's it's not a label. This is what I have in. It's okay that I have it and I can overcome it because that's what's going to make a difference in the society. Yeah, people actually owning it and understanding that it's okay when I was very careful about which stories. I put in the book. That wouldn't embarrass him. You know so I say. There's a bunch stories about you trashing your room, but you know the the Rolling Stones Trashed Hotel Room, so it's. It happens. Sixteen mom is. You gotta give them a little bit of leeway exactly. That is a truly amazing story Gina. You were able to share it with us with our listeners. guys Gina Human. It's G. I. N. A. H. E. U., M.. A. N. DOT COM. The link will be in the show notes as well Go grab her book. Love never quits. That will also be in the show notes as well on a link to that I. Did a Ted talk this weekend, too? So that that'll be out in a couple of months. I was just. Events coming up. Yeah, well, I have a couple workshops coming up. But that was my big big big thing that I've been preparing for for the last two months, and it was such a cool experience. Yeah, thank you. Ted Talks are really really something special so good for you. That area and lightly painting. They're great. It's a big honor to speak to speak at Ted talks We will also have a link to that in the show notes. Ladder great stuff going on. We wish you the best of luck as you carry forward in your in your journey and your son's journey. It sounds like he's doing absolutely amazing things in like I. said it's time that more people own it and yeah, you guys have any. Are you doing great things with it? Thank you so much. Thank you so much. Thank you so much. Thank you so much. Thank you so much..
"gina" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos
"He's a trout, childhood, trauma expert, and as I'm sure you are in a decker. Louise the broad Arrow if you've ever heard of her. Okay so they're all narrow pathway. People and they all focus on childhood trauma in what we've. Endured. Is Children in? How it affects us in today's life in what it's done to us throughout life to get us to where we are right, and you know nobody we don't. You don't know you didn't know how of Parent I. Don't I didn't know how to it. When I had my first child I Mike, I was scared shitless. I didn't. Know, my Gosh here. We go Kevin's going to be a parent. Runs are busting my chops gone. You're actually going to be a dad one. And now I get compliments that I'm a pretty good did but again. I know I. Have Child to annual I have childhood trauma to that I pass along to my kids every now and again it comes down to. I've been very focused lately and yelling I would raise my voice and dad. I would I would. Pound my fist on the table and Have my word with the girls and this is what's going to happen in since talking to people like you. Gina and Kenny in Dr Lynette Louise My wife even actually commented just the other day, and how much different I am in handling things and this level rather than way up here. Fan in I'm hoping to reduce their childhood trauma because I know. I've inflicted some I heard I. Know another perfect parent. You know I, know already inflicted some so I'm trying to To not reverse it, but slow the impact, or or lighten the impact of that for them, going into going into their lives, but. What. Actually is so you said reactive would it's reactive attachment disorder reactive attachment disorder is from some sort of separation early, and but you also said that it can happen in biological kids as well. What? What should like the number one thing you would say that somebody could be a and. I'm. Not Saying, you're a doctor or anything like that, but for people to watch for. well, a lot of it is the violence and the reaction to the primary caregiver. So that's usually. Some sort of giveaway. And usually there has to be abuse or neglect at the beginning, not always, but that it's more common kids who were abused or neglected somehow okay, the only reason I ask is because I again. Ah, don't want our listeners to immediately think their child has read right now, and it's pretty rare actually. So we don't. We don't WanNa do that so. You guys went through all of this. You wrote a book that you.