20 Burst results for "Grech"

"grech" Discussed on Deadly Discussions

Deadly Discussions

05:29 min | Last month

"grech" Discussed on Deadly Discussions

"Supposed to be serving indigenous people creating echoed t o assets in community where mob king line against the create new New things of new ventures. But we'll go back to high before you before you started. Make brothers gaggy always saying like i'm gonna end up in business one day on working May the goal is to have food. Truck was the sort of the steps towards that louis. Kahn it comes back to the stuff about having staunch women in family august stopping the kitchen sisters drain. She was up cafe Than men are also little bravo. That feels a house that needed to be filled with whatever it is does talk to get my down inside as much out of trouble is possible in the next minute. You now. A mechanic bunch Daisy dove you know like a physical taught in the united states sticks. Kitchen making kangaroo burgers and things like than people. even doing. at that time. She was thinking about together. We come up with as your ps and we'd knock stuff at the cafe in Jas everything to her. You allow a day now. That is not why in the hell would have ever thought that that was online. Right off Deep others tape in hot. And then i'm in. You know what. I was talking to draw geese in cooking cooking classes for kids from nice communities that community in in another and then i found the love of teaching. You realize that wanting to learn something. The it's it's another thing that today impart that knowledge again. You know that if kids listen as or open and i had an obligation to somewhat getting get some good stuff in the head you know am. I didn't realize that much of a big deal that was for the kids but finally just retired vice with does communities and into a few those kids literally that were were eight. At the time in in anna. I'd a non ain't twenty. Now you know go there. I guess laura In some of the things are the tool in this..

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"grech" Discussed on Deadly Discussions

Deadly Discussions

05:11 min | Last month

"grech" Discussed on Deadly Discussions

"Things the name tau comes from the founder. Alan colmes great. Great grandmother maria telka. Bunch of the woman also known as queen maria of children's she was a key figure in the community post colonization and was one he always brought the gold out of people of rancher by black and white ellen aims have his business credit legacy oh bringing the gold out of everyone around him both black and white so was no problem having allen sponsored this because the ethics and values perfectly aligned to thank you ellen and thank you town shot and all the guys and girls all the hard work and a ship towards the port cost not sit back and enjoy step aside and make sure you like it share it subscribe to the channel and most of all enjoy welcome to the discussions. We up to season two episode. Seven and today's guests is cory gretch. He is one amara and jamila. Roy man said that right. Welcome to the show cory now. You're gotten better. That's good. I love the the would meet brothers. I've started doing Cater as an experiment. Because i was like what us black we probably had very low carbs and we had lots of healthy fats. Not you yet. Sea food and bush food and meat. That will often finding Things like kidneys and stuff. Alexa fatty saw. You know what. I wonder what happened if i just put my body back into rhythm my ancestors what had because of course and baked goods and we have baking stuff as well but the probably gab as he can. It's but the things around like tree nuts Sam up here. You've got all the flowers that are coming from different trees now all kinds of to hit you share on that but firstly shimo prompt kessler wrong. And where'd you grow tells you story night on jamila roy moore you a class. That's right bit yeah. Yeah coonabarabran toward cessnock in new south wales so some pretty much come from united. Strong law women out there The kinds Beautiful family is Is is amazing. But i'm the hinton's from cessnock as well side the it's a it's a. They brought up against each other spies. Neely clark class. And i'm like you said they would have been it would have been Holed school traits between the two for years yet. Lincoln didn't plan on nen. Pinch hit More populous each community Loss i've heard this with Usurp trade disputes and like some communities shaded about mob not living up to the bog and bringing a hundred skin kangaroo skins by month and therefore they got cranky with each other and that few storm collect generations. Like i can't believe that isn't it crazy. It's probably Probably good did at nine. That say it's probably good that You know that we ought to know about but it's just crazy. We'll humid at the end of the day as well..

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A Victorious Transformation in Holborn

London’s Best Office Spaces – The Links Between London’s Past and the Modern World

01:07 min | 5 months ago

A Victorious Transformation in Holborn

"The striking nine story victoria house in hoping is built in the neoclassical style and is complete with portland stone facades. It's actually described as being built in the neo. Grech style which was a neoclassical revival. Style of the mid. To late nineteenth century there was popularized during the reign of napoleon. the third reigned from eighteen. Fifty two to eighteen seventy the neo. Greg style was inspired by eighteenth century. Excavations at pompeii and lanier became popula. In the mid nineteenth century the style combined elements of the greco roman pump magician styles into richly eclectic bland.

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"grech" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

06:39 min | 10 months ago

"grech" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Number 30 30. Good morning, New York. This is the cats Roundtable trunk as in Sunday morning. Well what's going on with trying to open up New York City not easy the restaurant Industries in deep doo-doo the hotel industry the theater industry off or does this morning is Tom Greg. He is the president and CEO of the Queen's Chamber of Commerce and he'll give us an update. What's going on the morning Tom Sunday morning. How do you feeling yep? Morning, John. I'm feeling great ready for the big battle ahead of us. Thanks so much for having me. What's going on? I mean, we we haven't been able to open up our city yet and give us a report. So John is a couple of things at work that I want to share with you and your listeners that are really really important. Number one. My hat is off to the governor for not only bending the curve but flattening and I think that our has to be off to all of New York, but right now the 25% opening which occurred on September 30th is just not enough you ask every single businessman out there. They need to be seventy-five or a hundred. The Queens chamber of commerce has been agitating for 50% by by late October and one hundred percent by Thanksgiving. It's really important. The other thing that's really really outstanding and driving. Everybody crazy is a lack of inertia in Washington. There's a restaurant act out there that's valued about a hundred and twenty billion dollars to fund restaurants throughout the entire us remarkably this past month. Treasury secretary mnuchin announced that this $380 billion dollars still left over in reserve from one of the first two phases of the aid packages. What we're asking for is take a hundred and twenty of that 300 and help our restaurants because if we don't help them now and we're not allowed to reopen there won't be much to get back to in the next couple of months. That is horrible. That is horrible. And you know, I'm back in the city, you know, our office is open because but we're taking a lot of precautions. Everybody has to have their temperature taken. Everybody should have a mandatory tests. We started with every week now it's every two weeks and we have probably the safest officer in the city. What can we do what can New Yorkers say you is there's I understand from my medical professionals as a faster test coming where people can clear that. They they don't have the virus and maybe in 15-20 minutes log. Without a doubt John that the safety factor is huge. We're advocating the Queens chamber all the other Chambers the New York City Hospitality Alliance about you know, be safe right? Make sure you have a mask on a social distance these Pockets that have come up over the last couple of days in certain parts of central queens and Brooklyn are awful In The Same Spirit of nine-eleven where we had a c something in say something. I'm waiting for all New Yorkers to report those in violation. We've been in a bunker for six months for a few selfish people to go out there and have parties and have events is understand myself about that. Do the part about employment picture is New York State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli announced on on Thursday October 1st, a wide-ranging report dollars and cents of restaurants and the situation important to note this about 250,000 restaurant employees in the five boroughs of New York City. And here's a very interesting stat to we're very proud of the diversity of Queens County and faith. All of New York but 44% of those out there by race and ethnicity ethnicity are Hispanic twenty percent are Asian and 13% are African American or or black and so the black and the brown people and and those from Asia are the ones that are most impacted by this. So it's all the more important to go out there and advocate for this restaurant act. The Queen's Congressional Delegation led by Greg Meeks Tom suozzi Grace mang, and so on had done a fantastic job. We're urging them in a bipartisan way to get this restaurant Act passed and passed now with this coming week. I agree with you a hundred and 10% You know, I'm trying to try to be a Creator in life in create Solutions. I mean we're looking at possibly buying one of those machines that gives you a result in 15-20 minutes or a half hour, but because we don't allow anybody from the outside world come to our office, but if we had an early birth If we had one of those machines and I heard it's like sixty thousand dollars, which we wanted to spend and get a result in 20 minutes. Like the White House has long maybe create a green room where people go in there tested you wait for the results and then you're allowed to come into the office. I mean, there's gotta be Solutions out there. What do you think? There are a number of solutions matter fact, we have a number of members that have come to us over the last couple of months offering their products and services. One of them is called atmosair Atmos atmosphere. They have a device that goes with the HV HV AC system itself, and that kills up to 99.98% or some very high stat of all the covid-19 company out there called soda wage Technologies s o t e r. They're based out in Long Island. Then they've got a device that does not only temperature but all kinds of different body body numbers and information that kind of can detect whether or not dead. You have it and also allows you to go in the in an area within a couple hours all days that shows you've been certified kind of like a nap thing. So the solutions out there and again everybody we represent in the in restaurant Potala T industry and Retail and the hospitality Hotel industry is willing to ready willing and able to do whatever it takes two thousand rooms. I get one of those machines and clear people before they check into my hotel athlete and when they're in the general vicinity of the hotel right within a few blocks or whatever the parameters are. I don't have all the signs down pat the device puts a nap in your hands on your cellphone that can tell a restaurant up the black. Oh that Tom and John checked into a hotel and they were able to have this take care of their senses and they are free and clear the dog out and about in a safe protected manner Tom, correct? Thank you so much for all the information and thank you for watching do for all New York City York City and and Merchants devil catch up. Thanks so much. Happy belated birthday and my best of your entire family and all your staff. Thanks a million for what you do. This is the cats Round Table will be right back..

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An Interview With Nicholas Braun of HBO's "Succession"

Popcorn with Peter Travers

05:17 min | 2 years ago

An Interview With Nicholas Braun of HBO's "Succession"

"Peter travers is this is popcorn where i tell you what is popping in the culture and h._b._o. Has a show called succession which i love. I love every minute of it. I'd even seen the i five episodes of season two how you know things and my guest today nicholas braun place cousin greg makes him a fan favorite and one of the great things about succession. That's rare and television is that season two is better than season one. It's even more decadent than delicious a what do to you. Nick thank you so. Our work is done here all right. That's it. Well yeah thank you well. Let's start by saying the poor benighted souls that had had yet to watch it. They need to know cousin. Greg is yeah yeah yeah. Is this dude cousin greg so the shows about a very very wealthy family billionaire family the movie studios news networks newspapers and amusement parks cruises and cousin greg greg comes in luckily at the right time when the patriots of the family is giving his company to his next to the two one of his children altern and the other kids. Maybe want the job too but this kid kendall's gotten in the pilot. He's gotten chosen and greg comes in. He was working working in the amusement parks. He got a little bit too high. One day ended up throwing throwing up a publicly through his mascot costume through the eye. Holes has one you you know one of those bad trips <hes> we'd can do that. You know he hasn't seen the family and a while and he comes in and <hes> something about him. Strike slogan gene is appealing logan's play by brian cox the hidden in the headman turning eighty and at the end of the pilot everyone's thrown into flux and for whatever reason greg is still in the mix and so i guess that my my arc is sort of finding out. Can i stay in here get in deeper than she does because i think it's great that he can play dumb really well yeah. Is he playing window. You know well. No i mean there's calculation like no tomorrow to do that. So i was gonna say. Why did whoever said we. We want nick braun to play cousin greg. Was it about you that made them say. Nick must play cousin grech. What was that audition like. I got to use my nerves in the in the in the room with adam mckay and i got to be sort of. I got to transfer my nerves about out this thing wrong. This big audition into what greg is i think he's nervous in a room but i think he's also ambitious highly ambitious and and so the audition it was like i don't know i was i kind of let whatever comes out of greg's mouth whatever wants to come out and hung out an an atom gave me permission to and and so it was a lot of writers think that they should. They like <hes> improv going on. They do that then that's heaven to do that. Yeah they do like it. I do get recognized now as cousin greg. Are you walking around the city or and people say there. He is because we look at it. They love him yeah but nobody is really marley a model for anybody on this whole show. I don't know anybody anybody that you aren't suspicious too but yeah yeah do they come up and say cousin grad. They do yeah they shout cousin greg the show greg deeg so yeah i gotta the law. You're going to get the whole thing. You know. You're going to get the company you know. I think it should happen. I wonder if they even know 'cause you just been renewed for season season three. We have indeed yeah. Congratulations thank you. That's kinda great yeah. I've never been a part of some kind of is the new game of thrones just with people wearing suits and you know dragging insulator slogan. They're they're dragging unconcern. That's what kind of show is happening. It looks like everybody's having a fun time. Are they definitely yeah because it's a lot of improv. It's you know it's it's a lot of different personalities in a room <hes> different styles of acting. You know you're you're curious. Got one style and jeremy's army's got another and and brian is always ferocious in a room and every scene i get to do with matthew is just pleasure right yeah. I hear so you know there's a whole thing online that there should be a spin off with tom and greg yeah yeah. It's too premature. You know we still have now. Come out of romance left to well well. There's a lot of people think in the future. All the time. It's t big area is working. It can work again. Spend it all do that. Let's let's look at a clip from succession so that those people who have been because they'll look at it and they'll say i'm watching. What's it over. You can all watch it you okay. What's

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A wave of graduate programs drops the GRE application requirement

Science Magazine Podcast

10:53 min | 2 years ago

A wave of graduate programs drops the GRE application requirement

"Now we have Katie Lincoln a staff writer at science. She's been trying to quantify the perception, that graduate programs have begun the great Greg's, sit or the GRE exodus. Hi, katie. Hi. Okay. Just a background question here. Did you take the GRE? I did take the Jerry way back in two thousand and five. I took the GRE end went through the process of studying for this standardized test to get into grad school me, too. Took the general or was it? The biology one. I just took the general test me, too. If you know, people in the sciences, these days, oh, you've probably heard at least anecdotally that grad schools aren't really asking for the GRE as much anymore. But that's kind of been a, you know, something, a school will announce or people start talking about about. How did you go about finding out that this was more than, you know, a case here or there, how that was more than anecdote? Yes, there's been this chatter on Twitter in particular, that the so-called Brexit movement has been gaining steam in number of programs have been announcing that they've dropped the GRE, but I was really curious to quantify how many programs have actually dropped it. And how that differs between scientific disciplines. And so what I did is I sampled peachy programs at fifty of the top ranked research, universities in the US, and looked at whether they required, the General Jerry tests in eight different disciplines, so molecular biology, neuroscience ecology. Chemistry computer science psychology physics, and geology. And when you say top ranked where those rankings come from bay came from the times, higher education ranking system. Okay. When you looked at all these schools at all these different disciplines, did you were you able to say? Yeah. Something's happening here. The GRE is starting to go away in a big way. Yes. So is interesting going into this. I knew that there had been a shift in recent years, but I didn't realize how dramatic it had been and what I found is that if I had collected these data just a few years ago, the vast majority of peachy programs would have required that year general test, but the changes been really dramatic in the life sciences, in particular. So in two thousand eighteen forty four percent of molecular biology. Peachy program stopped requiring joss force end just the year before one hundred percent of programs. At least. In my sample require the jury that is a big change. And, and you saw some decrease across the board. Yes. So Euroscience in college about a third of programs, did not require General Jerry scores in two thousand eighteen and a lot of them are actually going to move to not require the jury to nine. So these numbers are on the rise for sure. In two thousand nineteen. Yeah. Were there any of these categories that we're not doing this? When I looked at chemistry computer science psychology physics, geology more than ninety percent of programs required the Jiri, but in a number of those disciplines, there does seem to be a movement as well. So so chemistry, they're supposed to drop the GRE geology, actually hundred percent of programs in two thousand eighteen that I survey require the jury, but there are a couple of programs already this year, that have announced that they're gonna drop the Jerry. And so there seems. To movement in those areas as well. It just seems to be a little bit slower or not as dramatic as what I found in the life sciences, while, I'm not gonna make a Brexit, joke because I don't really understand what is happening there. But what, what do we know about why these institutions are stopping requiring Jerry? Do you talk to people, and ask them what, what was the main driver of this? Yes, they're number of different reasons. One, one reason, is that a number of studies have come out in the last few years questioning whether GRE scores are predictive of success in grad school. So admissions officers look at the jury scores and a lot of people think that they are indicative of someone's in the intelligence their ability to succeed. But when you actually look at the data in a number of programs studies found that they aren't predictive of things like the number of for southern publications Umbro, fellowships, students, receive their time in grad school, whether they graduate, some of them have. Found that the jury scores are predictive of for semester grades but for for research base PHD programs. I think a lot of people view that as not a particularly important thing to predict. Yup. Another reason is that especially in the current climate of wanting to increase diversity in science. There's concern that the use of the GRE actually disadvantages underrepresented groups. So women and underrepresented racial ethnic minorities tend to score lower on the jury end. It's kind of expensive tests for a lot of people that puts people from lower socio economic backgrounds at a disadvantage. So the test costs to engine five dollars, it costs extra money. If you want to retake it to up your scores in. That's a fairly common thing on for grad school applicants to take the test multiple times to get a better score. It also costs money to travel to take the test, and it costs extra money to suppress. Jiri score so you can take off multiple times. And then suppress the scores that you don't want schools to see for an undergraduate student, who's may be working one or two side jobs to pay for their education. It can be a financial burden to pay for this test, but it also can be a time burden so they have to spend a lot of time studying in some cases, people who have the means to do. So actually pay upwards of thousand dollars or more for GRE prep. Course and so it really advantages people who have the time in the money to study in pay for this test. The sounds like there's a few categories of reasons that the universities are thinking about dropping the GRE as requirement, but let's talk about the testing company that runs this test. What do they say to the fact that the studies are saying, you know, this isn't correlating with things that departments, particularly care about in might be a barrier? What, what is there? Argument for continuing use of this test from their perspective. The juries are another piece of data and they're a rare, part of that -plication is actually standardized across applicants. They also say that, you know, the other parts of application, reference letters, educational background. They're also subject to bias. And so, you know, it's hard to drop the Jiri think that there is, no bias remaining in the admissions procedures in so, so they argue that it's another piece of information, it shouldn't be used to make emissions decisions alone. But it should be part part of the package. They also take issue with some of the recent studies. So one of the drawbacks of these recent study says that they're looking at admitted students than for the most part of students have fairly Hijiri scores to begin once in the students who have lower Jiri, scores probably really stand out in other parts of their application. So maybe they just. Had a bad day that day they happen to get a low Jerry scored. They didn't quite steady enough. And so what they say is that we really don't have the best experimental design in the studies, and that they're not really designed to find a correlation between Jerry scores in these measures of success in grad school in so ideally, what you would have is basically study that randomly admit students across the range of Jerry scores. And then look at success in grad school, it's hard. It's hard to imagine a study like that ever happening. So the testing company feels that they provide enough of a service that institutions should continue to use this, but it does look like the trend in the science and the sciences that they're saying there's not enough science there for this to be a test that we use. And it also seems to create a barrier. So if this test is dropped more broadly, do you think it'll change not only who's accepted, but also who applies to graduate school? Yeah. That's. Great question. So they're actually some people looking at this right now and looking to take advantage of the so-called Grech set movement. Some researchers at the university of Minnesota sent out a survey last month to biomedical peach programs that have dropped the Jiri also ones that have maintained the requirements and what they're interested in trying to figure out whether dropping the Jerry requirement will diversify applicant pool. And there's some argument that, that might be the case some students might do poorly on the Jerry. Maybe they can't afford to retake tests, and their teary scores in so they just decided not to apply to grad school. Others might not be able to Ford the tests to begin with. What about the idea of making the GRE optional, so not making a requirement but adding it as an extra data point to your application. They're proponents of that. And so one reason that might be a good thing is because there can be some difficulty for applicant. Aunts that come from less well-known schools, or maybe had some sort of disadvantage in their past that hinder application, who could benefit from having Hijiri scores, so can help them get noticed in application process. And so, so people say, well, you should give them the option of submitting their cheery score through other people who I spoke to who think that's not a very good idea. Because basically, when you give applicants option of submitting, Jerry scores, they actually look at that and think that, that is a requirement in one person. I spoke to said that in his experience, working with underrepresented minorities, they in particular see that as a requirement because they bet that's the only way they can really compete with other applicants, as if they have a strong. Jiri scored another drawback is that faculty members may look at applicants who don't cement, Jerry scores in a bad light. They might be biased against them. Because the applicants who do summit, Jerry scores. More likely than not have Hijiri scores. Right. And so it could lead to a question in the faculty members mind, even if it's not conscious even if it's at an unconscious level that could be thinking what about the student who didn't Smith? Jerry scores is it because their scores were very strong.

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"grech" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"grech" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"Over on the freeway. Rush to grab dollar bills. Grech got someone Philip bag up. So a Brinks truck, I guess the back just sprung open. Twenty eight when that Artem just all over the free weights, quite something. Now, what would cause that to happen? Like was it triggered to open up spring open or it was just a mechanical? I think it was an accident actually. Guy, by the way, this poor son of a gun on the freeway pick dollar bills. That's the bring sky trying to save his job. Are you serious? He's. People realize dollar bills flying around and not garbage pulling over to pick them up. That sucks for the for the work the poor anyone has to collect that just a salvage there. Right. That's the bring skied thing. He's a good time Brink's uniform seen here. Trying to collect money. I'm sure he is hilarious the bug else. I'm gonna do. That's scary. I mean like you can't just hop out of your can't pull over and stop out of your day. Frogger it, you know, this guy. He's like oh this. Fearless. No way, buddy. Yeah. Right. This is the perfect situation for a little though. He would have filled. Cinematic a room. No, no. That's accurate. No. You're right. Yeah. That's fine. We'll get an answer. Is that fine. We don't know judges. Let's not. Wow. Not to be fair. I don't think you're going to pick up enough dollar bills to pay for that. No. This is New Jersey. So all those accidents. We're going to happen. Anyway, it's whether turnpike gets him in the nj turnpike. Driven that many a time. There's a lot of dollars baby twenties all of the that's the thing twenties. So it's like, I don't know. Listen, if I'm working like minimum wage on pulling over and grab it could be Mark Walberg. I'd pull over and grab five twenty seven thirty. I'm Mark Wahlberg. I'm over punching a Chinese man face and blinded him crier chamber. Ethan. I received a message that he may not have blinded. The man he the my the man was already blind. He punching fucked. Yes. I heard you lined him in one I suspect he was missing. And he was like an I can we can you look it up on computer because I wanted to get on this. We asked Mark Wahlberg. I wanna know what happened. Can we tweet at Malta everybody? No, no, no, don't do that. I don't want to. I mean. Is the family was great movie. I loved acting Mark. I love your acting. You're cool guy that whole Schick? I want some kids I feel. Yeah. I I'm really into this know three kids seem like a happy guy. So you'll see that part and we fall asleep because it's. Because he's a wake for he's going to be able to make it to the whole podcast feeling. He's gonna let show up like he's like smoking from his Kreil treatment the door. He's like piece of.

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"grech" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"grech" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"From the harris file to the portrayal body body language these are post world war two figures really they are well that's what description wise which probably came over on the inventory which was probably done by the seller yeah and and this is one of the things were where again you have first of all you don't have the money you have in them as fine would you pay sixty five for the pair if i remember rightly grech yeah yeah and and so you know you should be able to get sixty five a piece for them i mean one one thing i hate to say this but in the antitrade nude sell especially to thirty what they do sell and it's a nice little piece big could even be later than the fifties and sixties they could be you know reasonably modern but you can't let you but you raise a really interesting point you when when you go to an auction the stuff is sold caveat emptor let the buyer beware and and you know there's always in the terms and conditions of sale as is as it stands kind of thing and the description the offshore can put whatever description they want in there but unless it contains a date and they're guaranteeing it the truth of the matter is that you have to know what you're buying but they're all right i mean i think i think you got one you have and i didn't look at them but they look pretty good size no.

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"grech" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"grech" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Hair hate grech because it's in the long term is the best raid return and if you look at most nieto charts and most data will point that if you can give the market you know 10 years then almost all of the time that your returns or positive yemen lost money the thing is it there's along the way there's always going to be ups and downs so ease way to think about this is take of somebody think on your children playing with a yoyo said a popular toy he today all school right yeah but they're playing with us yoyos going what and down up and down at but they're they're on the set it they're on the stairs let's you're staircases is open he seed all the way from first or second lawyer and upstairs were playing with a yoyo okay but you're concentrating on the yoyo and it's still going what up and down up and down but if you look at where your child is your child is higher they're going up pray it's kinda like the stock market and so we look at his wicket is up and down because with that represents the ups and downs as you know the account value going up which was yet more money to put towards retirement or or spend in retirement if it goes down we lost money in retirement we lost lifestyle that we could have had so that's why you don't put all your money in the stock market but you'll could all your money in this bank either because earning one or two percent is not can accomplish your goal so that's why you need diversification amongst those different asset classes on one of things that we do people come in as we show them a of their current diversified port the current portfolio if the art diversified but even though they think they're diversified sometimes things are more linked than they have been for so stocks and bonds or typically moving in lockstep today and how you can diversify away from that so that's what we help people without them get true diversification so if.

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"grech" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"grech" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"A classic car in that i wouldn't it's a hobby on the side who died in it's not it's not it's not a driver right it's a classic a garage center right well no it it it could driver aged nineteen picky kevin must think convertible but you're driving to work every day oh no no no no zurture daily driver dummy is drava bowl but it's not our fault it's not in a okay i got a 1960 corvette that's a frameup restoration in my basement all right i even count that if you wanna counted by more would i that's not going to go down in value usually it's going to go up in value right it's not you have that's that's not your regular car that's an extra car right right and so it's it's more like a hobby but uh so i wouldn't count that in the things where the motor in them now are um you know that are going down in value shout while you know that 1960 vet will go up in value richard it's a great restoration near sixty seven uh would you caught what was a mustang or mark mark macron yeah that often by you that's a classic bodies to arch wonderful long as you maintain it in its you know it's got reach in reasonable condition you know you're going to see some increases they're probably already have recently been in the 1970s and had been grech gap empire died all yachts of beauty that's wonderful yeah we're kindred kpl i wouldn't i wouldn't call that my retirement investing it's just a hobby that's my costing you money you know like this that that vet as a hobby that quite sure some fun to have get out and drive on the weekends is pretty in a.

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"grech" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"grech" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Came to believe that there was anything after deaths and used to uh um that is asked his death as well as his exactly uh and uh detail about his grech gathering power as of defense attorney he saw himself as a man who could taken narrative and put the rich and powerful on trial i i must have made a note the fall of aging on yet he went to oshkosh where manufacturers ran the places a prison camp and he put one of the many major manufacturers george pain on trial for howley of use the working man and that was a style he used throughout his career to put the rich on trial here we believe that the jury needed somebody to be the enemy of that guy and if it wasn't going to be his client was going gonna be somebody else and so sometimes there was a judge and sometimes it was the prosecutor uh and in the case of oshkosh and in many of the great labour cases that he uh represented uh working men uh it was the the robber barons of the time which of course gave him wonderful material to work with john sarel the book is clarence saleh attorney so the dan johnny sal we could go to the bill hayward and the site in idaho and colorado over the minds the john modest that i was at a los angeles because there is an example of how giro work that ran off against some of the limit southie understanding of yeltsin's innocence and labor and the actions of the newspapers i'm i'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show the skills you can develop as a soldier in the army national guard.

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"grech" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"grech" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Bbc world service that's herman grech the online editor of the times of malta right we've got some news to bring you which the newsroom has just written out force officials in afghanistan a saying that over forty soldiers at least forty three is the phrase it's being quoted of being killed in a taliban claimed attack on a military base in the south of the country a statement the defence minister so group of insurgents quote attacked an army base in my wand district in kandahar province will be more from that on the bbc world service if you stay tuned to somalia now andy presidents mahamne abdel lame hamad has called on his fellow citizens to unite and fights the islamist group as so bad after saturday's huge truck bomb in mogadishu he spoke to thousands who marched through the capital the government says the blast killed at least two hundred eighty people had handed a hospital receptionist in the british city of bristol is one of the somalis grieving the loss of a loved one he told newsday how he lost his cousin in the explosion on such a d we are half learned one of the worst moment and pop and knocked somali his history markasaeng us walking in the show us up businessman he had his own company service our i've been was he will he was doing his nom de walk on one dump explosion hopkins miami on corn called game he causes fawn than is getting worried a knee they decided to go down there and see if he's safe was something they find the building was on the flaw lesson left of it they not five after wild duck with our finding fault couple of days until they found him on mendy evening some power office paul de uniqun find that i stop the parties saw the half but it does to call on needs the bob the half pound which is something thought huts me allow because the.

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"grech" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:22 min | 4 years ago

"grech" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"The police have come out with the sheriff's department has come out with may not be of a grech to me is just fascinating a fascinating development because uh it doesn't it doesn't give you any new information eggs l except to say we're going to we're going to add confuse listen to this and and again maybe they have given the the sheriff's department all of the evidence that they have and their security people have come to a completely different conclusion as to the time line as the police i don't know how that happens if you had the documented evidence well and here's another line from the statement again this is from him gm the parent company of the mandalay bay quote as evidenced by law enforcement briefings over the past week many facts are still unverified and continue to change as events are under review and quote that's again kind of you know saying what the sheriff said the other day saying that while yeah we've there's changes to the time line now in there may be changes to the time line again of may you know we may see some more changes in the coming days as they learn more about this and we don't know again the statement did not from mgm did not say if it was a the specific timelines surrounding that night of the shooting or if it was his entire paddocks entire stay there at the hotel which of course we go back to the planning stages of of last sunday night so we'd we don't know because i think is very important as all the headline on fox in the shooting 'timeline yeah you know they're denying no that's not what i read from the actual statement russia should they said the time line we don't know what part of the time line though right we donald secondly the shooting 'timeline yeah and you have to be careful i know they have so much room in terms of uh graphics that they put up on tv right and you're also trying to get people's attention uh but but mgm to be intellectually honest here is not specifying which part of of this entire event maybe it was when he arrived or four or something else as m did not pertain to sunday night.

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"grech" Discussed on Risky Business

Risky Business

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"grech" Discussed on Risky Business

"Clearly clearly grech has good bad ideas so yeah now staying with something very interesting way are actually going into the point it's been a long enough since black had that we're actually starting to get a much more accurate idea of what was interesting wasn't and dived jerome actually friend of else sent me a link to some research by alvar ah munoz and oleksandr mirage called friday the 13th jason attacks and it's all about serialisation and it has people who are smarter and more technical than me very very excited adam please explain it to me yeah this is definitely from me the highlight of the bracket talks that i've seen so far in excess liquidity of this logic but term yemen obviously johm who say the two is done little talks about disorganization paxson the powers than does know a thing or two about them and yeah this is a a talk about looking at the state of java zero they shouldn't tax and then thinking about what we've learned from that process in the last three or four years as they become popular and applying it to jason and xml pozo's was in other languages in member took it a dominate and this is a really really good set of research on what the kind of exploitation primitives after exploding to see what has a can of dot net objects that are stored in jason rinks a male and a quarter thorough examination of the various lobbies that implement back on a decision on both governed don't nn and yet it's if you are in the business of during painting a hacking annual odor dot mila java card review this is absolute islam dick that you should breathe have a great day in the break radical some primitives a great radicals on the ways you can going to get into the right place to use them things to look for yet it's a great made him a great piece of research it's great to see a slide deck from black hat in 2017 that he's actually talking about had on stuff.

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"grech" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"grech" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"And we were not in our burton our in our like nomura aparna half bernard over forty hours and this is unskilled where you're talking this is unskilled were essentially right general robert but if they're wondering drop on the air or errol alcott application l l come to interview and your wait but i'm the gop birthday don't even show up so you seriously you could have expanded your business multiple times you've got woodward a classic like entry level nonsugar ix expect people to work hard scott it sounds like if you are not general robert young award winner at the simple mark an article on lawnmower to fertilize them all worked up like that and i know a lot of friends and enter grech thing and we talk with each other we can not firing a worker and they're no longer grew show up after the cod over and there are no argued or god forbid if you're ever what reprimand number yell at them and you know and are my partner apparent bringing here creole better in who never should have oregon prime arm work mark mark a half our weight or work by an oregon advocated with him how dare you fear that well well okay you you got a shotgun basic i see and then i guess see that's that that's mike quitting in this isn't i don't bring this up from the perspective of illegal immigration which is a whole nother topic i'm talking about how the these are these visa programs for seasonal workers that they've at originally they scaled back but now they're they're starting to increase in because what they're finding it is i again they can't find americans who are willing to do the type of work and i i do think that says something is it is it wages yeah but i mean again i'll use the example of two hundred twenty degrees in in santa fe or take a tempe arizona um yet yes maybe you can fight and somebody who's one or one of these visa programs or whatever who do it for nine bucks and maybe that's belowmarket rate but my belief is you if you offer you know somebody twelve or thirteen dollars you couldn't find people who be willing to do the work.

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"grech" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:47 min | 4 years ago

"grech" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is that being aligning baby or is at a legitimate grech and that you need to know that it again is louder than i can explain louder than you've ever heard loud enough to shake things in the home on the table and it's happening to me it's happening to everyone on the street it happens in the night in the day wakes people up out of sleep makes me about asleep what to do 6172544400 thirty i know that this is a slow night this is traditionally the slowest these slowest night talk radio so anything you can if you would ever a motivated just to call and say hi this would be a good time also i am defining and refining and branding storyteller the stories wildly popular i get i i have gotten messages from people at work at other stations saying while love that story time and you seemed to love it do because new people call i love it everyone loves his story people love story more than an opinion and you get to share a little bit of yourself as opportunity to eat for you tell the story about yourself did you would never get to tell then you would never had the opportunity to tell most of these stories and right this is it my my new saying as if it's a good enough story so that you remember it it's a good enough story to tell us why two has started to make a list of stories i will tell i i've in five minutes i i got a list of twenty stories how i'm going to try to think of every story that ever happened to me and have a list that i can just go through and maybe you can do the same thing let's take a break and then we'll go to my kamaluddin but this is pretty jail you know it's kind of friday night vary laws be a great night a first callers and think of a story something that everybody's got one everyone's unique in everybody's got his stories wbz i got to talk privately say who is talking bradley j j talking wbz newsradio.

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"grech" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"grech" Discussed on WJR 760

"Game i would imagine uh again we don't know how they're saw how they will while clay out but the players and cowl will be wearing the colours of louisiana gay university in honor of oscar leaf from what uh what we've been told and they will ganic eight the game to beef delays but no down also there will be some odd claude and uh remember or not remembers his brick discussion of fokker to capitol hill police officers the president yesterday it crystal reiner also at the hospital last night when he went by to work talk with goalie whose family are the indications are that scully was not the alert when the president was there and uh but dark reiner grech reiner though wanted capitol police officers why uh alert and able to talk to the private event last night out regarding the a good wishes for her as well all right well anderson the president wanted to attend but apparently there was next by the secret service well yeah so i'd i can't say whether or not go with the technocrat he wanted to attend uh i'm sure he very much about the gesture but i take a lot of planning if you're going to have a pregnant go to one of van wyk there it could go higher level of security it goes so much deeper than jeff the metal detectors that would normally be i edit baseball game nowadays sick of major league creating which repair uh the secret service protection requires uh you know all the line of sight the issues earn uh so much more to it are cooper protect the crowd and would make it that much more of a harvard even if someone uh work you're uh you know try to do sometime right it's an understandable given the heightened security everywhere a much more for us to talk about the future bob costantini but we gotta go in the meantime of that game a considerable cheering okay thank you all right bob costatini live from watch now side national stadium 342 on wjr a new lawsuit aimed at blocking the mass deportation of kellyanne americans are killed the residents from this area we'll have the latest.

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"grech" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"grech" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"Painted image grech himself his own words so there's another set words as it at contradicts emmer shows is wrong or misinterpreting things well let's era well sure i'm i'm doing my best but like i said i mean it doesn't sell but i laura i i i think a in a my guess from the students i i know a chapman university where i teach you know we never seen in any of his tennis an arc abbas in my guess at even at evergreen woulda or bows the students or some enough for him seek we see two hundred of them marching wars the other thirty eight under you know there's oddly in their dorm studying couldn't care less about any of this that's entirely possible and that you know where rabin poll like everyone else's by uh the media's grabbing a headline grabber in a you wait till you see click this with wayne he sees a did next at evergreen not yet armed on clinton i have to admit it sits compelling rdi wallet victim it's a victim story that i think and and look again they're worse certainly plenty of wrongdoing happing like i don't i think a lot of the students were wrong i totally do but i think that the danger is allowing that to be painted as a campus takeover as is tucker to and furthermore i will say with regard to getting coverage from the other side i think i think i am i don't know if you agree with this or not but he you know it might be a good idea for someone like a hu jia the embassy msnbc i refer named rich array matt i don't actually watched that stuff um but i think it would make sense for people to latch onto this because let me tell you i think the liberals are.

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"grech" Discussed on The Basketball Analogy

The Basketball Analogy

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"grech" Discussed on The Basketball Analogy

"Shout yes mice for his my first on uh so what about you got some response people really liked your recommendation of more how kamar as incredible is a european show where they like robert bankers something it's very liberal arrest the last cancer italian italian i've heard about getting build if the most popular show in italy and apparently it's a real um crew i've thrilled keep all you know it then they have a different name over there and they rule i mean it's a scary that file laws my mom said last leg the person that put it together was literally threatened with this for his yes for next could easily rodwell this sunday it's dot sundance okay i have sunday a joke that noone understood thanks guys you eating a tire it's a hoax bunny daffy duck on the one here that is what else well well i'm not i don't see fargo i love fargo but it's a string strange conglomeration of strange events you get a check it out there lots of blood in snow in the last one then there's always like grech on two other move that is fargo blood and snow lion which no did you watch the original psara goes the cars now this it's it's just uh.

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"grech" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"grech" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"The us department of justice has a special office that deals with cases like that that specifically authorizes prosecutions that relate to espionage and sabotage and things like that the counterintelligence prosecutor who litigated that spying for syria case in virginia prosecutor named brendan van grech is a veteran justice department prosecutor who is basically an espionage specialist he is still there at doj and now brandon van grech is reportedly the guy in charge of the grand jury inquiry into former national security advisor michael flynn specifically on the matter of his foreign business contacts his ties to a turkish businessman who paid him to represent foreign interest while he was also working for the trump campaign is my question what is an espionage prosecutor really we've now got as tonight solid reporting that three top trump advisers are subjects or persons of interest in criminal inquiries there's the unnamed senior white house adviser close to the president is described the washington post tonight is a person of interest in the collusion inquiry there's the former campaign share paul manafort and there's the former national security advisor michael flynn we know about the three of them being in the bullseyes on these criminal investigations but for michael flynn what does it mean that there's an espionage prosecutor who's working his part of this does that mean its way more serious does that mean is qualitatively different i'm going to ask somebody who knows next in march president trump took it upon himself to fire unmasked without warning forty six sitting us attorney's across the country almost all of them they had previously decided they were not going to fire them all at once but that for some reason they did.

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