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"greeson" Discussed on Out Of The Basement Podcast

Out Of The Basement Podcast

08:17 min | 2 months ago

"greeson" Discussed on Out Of The Basement Podcast

"Welcome to the basement. Podcast show where a group of friends get together and talk about a variety of topics out what shows we've been watching find out what movies we see and find out what games we're playing. Come along and join us. We open junction. Hello and welcome to another out of the basement podcast. My name is always different iraq. And today i'm joined by paul centers. How do patrick grabs zoe. Hello and dwayne mckinnon. Good so no patrick. Greeson today Hopefully he's doing well and he's gonna ever listen to this so so he won't listen to us being concerned about him but but may may who knows maybe he'll he'll come on later and join us anyway. what don't we get right into it We've taken i think seven or eight weeks since the last recording. so why don't we get Started with our months now in the hobby. And i'll start with you pat. Oh okay well. Let's see starting with tv and movies haven't got up to see any movies or watch very many on On tv do have plans to go. See shanxi tomorrow but In the meantime Have watched a bunch of Shows on netflixing prime So a couple of Anime on net flicks There's one series called edens zero Which is Basically about a boy who's Grownup on a planet run by robots and androids and He gets forced off of that world and connects up with this girl who wants to be an influence or okay. It's kind of in the future. But she's It's not youtube it you know. It's something like youtube that she's Involved in And they have spaceships and they get the end up on a planet that has gone backward in time because there's this Swore move burned creatures. That eats time Anyhow he turns out to be the heir to what's called the demon king and he's got some special powers through technology that he's got and so they encountered criminal organizations and so on and If that's basically the first season is there you're trying to find the cosmic mother basically trying to find her way too because she's a myth. Legend has been found once and hasn't been seen since and everybody's trying to the big scoop amongst adventurers is to to try to find her so this is live action or animated okay Another one that. I saw this one. was in japanese with subtitles. So it's the first one in wild. I've watched all subtitle or that. I've had to use subtitles. It's called. Rascal does not dream of funny girl pie. Oh jesus christ yeah so Base the first episode of the sky is in the public library Trying to do some work. And he sees the girl in a dressed up like a playboy bunny walking through the library. And everybody's ignoring her and it turns out that he's the only person that can here And this girl is actually a fairly famous movie star but she has Retired sort of or these gone on hiatus and and as a result is sort of disappearing people's memory and their people are losing their ability to see her And so more or less. The show is about him in a bunch of women in his life that are dealing with these weird off could be related to quantum physics kind of situations There's let's see i. So he ends up falling in love with him in the girl. The actress end up falling together. F- and he kind of brings her back to reality by a Well i'm not going to spoil it. But that sorta starts off their relationship and they become boyfriend and girlfriend but he's got another younger younger woman that Younger girl because she's there in high school of course Who basically creates a time loop That he ends up being stuck in because she dealing with a guy who wants to dater but She knows that her best friend isn't is interested in And so that situation has to result and the time loop There's an issue with the main character. Sister who kind of started everything off By basically she become incredibly agora phobic. She just cannot leave the their house and And is afraid of meeting new people and so on and she's got this related kind of issue Anyhow so there's a whole bunch of stories All of which of course involve women. So there's it creates tensions here and there with his with his girlfriend movie star. And it's it's kind of interesting. It was fun Lucifer season six dropped. So i manage to watch all of that. So this is the final season of lucifer As yet another angel is out to try. And and Do some harm after he's just Has accepted that. He's going to be god. Sorry they fought the war so that he could be declared god and now he's sort of having second thoughts and getting cold feet partly because it means that he's is concerned that his relationship with close gonna have to change as a result and so on course as he becomes the almighty yes. Yeah so the season is dealing with Him trying to pulled off on the actually committing to becoming god and Other things that come into play and of course it tries to reach its conclusion which will not spoil for anybody. I haven't watched Certainly cast his part. I don't know i. There was set One or two episodes where they had. Neil diamond actually Narrating god and that was kind of cool. Yeah wow yeah And star girl season one and season two dropped on amazon prime. Since last time we recorded patio season. One and As far as season two has gotten so far and it's pretty good Does sort of raise that question of what happens when kids become superheroes because they're all youngsters that are taking over for the essay and you know thinking it'll be fine and then realizing oh. Oh this is deadly serious stuff. I'm not. I haven't really watched these two yet. I did watch season one I enjoyed it could skip. I did like Right near the end when they find the manifesto for the injustice league and discover what thereafter his. They're on their way rushing to try and solve it her. Stop them in starkville saying why are we waiting to stop these guys. Of course there is a very good reason to try and stop them but it it it added layers nuance to the to the villains. To at least the ones who are leading the bag is which i thought was interesting.

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"greeson" Discussed on List Envy

List Envy

03:34 min | 9 months ago

"greeson" Discussed on List Envy

"Fess i of seasonal but yesterday I can't go back to the mobile on facebook. Thank you also generate. Those videos might be of interest and stuff. I get hit with the same kind of free content. Like brad monday for his head styles the for laura like animals and this woman co bailey. Sarah among unprepared last name wrong but she basically does like fifteen minute to forty minute videos of applying grace great makeup like a full face of makeup whilst also storytelling true crime. Oh wow okay. that's a that's a van diagram that makes is lights. I think his leg like makeup pence murders on mondays. Something like that will the ends at. And you know what i was like. I'm gonna take this bit this. Yes i'm gonna. I'm gonna get our actual tv. And i'm gonna type in youtube. And i've been down a bit of a robert hall about some right greeson things yesterday. I justified it. Because i was like haven't done anything on saturdays. Apron is saturday so it's fun shot. I let myself off the nose. The is good. Because i'm learning about these. Like little like the topic yesterday was a cannibalism. A lot of of blessing came to into play. What if if ever the cannibalism comes upon a pub quiz. They will you see now now now like our cable that i've got this general knowledge. Great that does make me wonder so obviously with with podcasting being so my my my bailiwick. My my wheelhouse and with true crime being such such a popular thing. Is there a music. A music artist. Who is doing true crime. What podcasts have done for true crime lake. I like the idea that there is. You could get any pay of sort of quite beautiful contemplative songs. That are all about a murder. The guidance feel it. Feels like that could be. You know that could be some synergy there. We'll maybe for my next record mug we trying to. I don't know if is own. Yeah i'm honestly. I'm a little bit surprised that it is. That's a part of me that thinks i took a little bit shocked that there isn't like a concept album or something. That is a songs about particular crimes. I think a good person to do that. We'll be feeding bridges at the mind with. Okay scalise it out. I feel Path any would sell. That's the thing you need to sell. Didn't i think she could maybe do that. Maybe drug an email. Maybe that serbia what swapped them for word me mark. We've got this idea for head gonna make your millions..

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Barcelona Turning a Corner?

ESPN FC

00:54 sec | 11 months ago

Barcelona Turning a Corner?

"But also taking on severe in the second leg of the semi final. Remember severe on the. I like to boss lender with a good start. Dem belly storing often twelve minutes be frustrated by the severe defense in this one well because he never closed the bolden. that's why so good. Start for bacelona however severe with the chance to make it one one and of course way goes to count in this competition of campbell's down he would then dustin south down and take the penalty which was then save by task. And what a key moment that would be because then in the ninety second min- fernando with the foul just on the edge of the box. He is sent off for a second. Yellow free-kick nothing comes out for a corner from the corner though eventually greeson plays into. Pk headed into the back to to and from that moment it was only really gonna be one winner. Windsor extra time braithwaite scoring what proved to be the winning goal.

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"greeson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"greeson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Let's talk again sometime. Yeah, Let's do it soon. All right. Thanks, Doctor. You okay? Take your buddy. All right. BC Guardsmen for maybe sees the counter right after the news on 7 20 wtn. This nation this hour on Vic Bond. National Guard troops may be allowed to carry batons or guns in D C as they prepare for the potential of more protests and possibly violence around Joe Biden's January 20th presidential inauguration. U. S. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy is gonna require us to get better intelligence and then we'll have to make a risk assessment. The sense that risk assessment will depend on more information about potential threats. Five fatalities in and around the U. S Capitol during Wednesday's breach include 42 year old Capitol police officer Brian Sick. Nick died of injuries suffered while physically engaging with protesters during the riot. 35 year old Ashley Babbitt, a U. S Air Force veteran, was shot by an officer inside the Capitol 55 year old Kevin Greeson of Athens, Alabama, died of a heart attack 50 year old Benjamin Phillips of Scougall County, Pennsylvania, died of a stroke and 34 year old Roseanne Boylan died of a still unreleased medical emergency. Twitter has banned President Trump from its platform sites what it calls risk of further incitement of violence. Twitter says it reached the decision after close review of recent tweets from the at Real Donald Trump account. The context around them, and specifically how Twitter says they were received and interpreted its stock value has dropped more than 4%. Since the announcement. The U. S is now approaching 22 million confirmed cases of the Corona virus since the start of the pandemic. That's according to the latest data from Johns Hopkins University have now been more than 368,000. U. S COVERT deaths. The Metro Nashville Police Department reopen tonight two pedestrians the side of the Christmas Morning bombing. It's the first time in two weeks, people have been allowed to walk along Second Avenue north between Broadway and Commerce Street in downtown Nashville. It's still closed off to vehicle traffic watch news Nation every night on WGN America or go on the news nation now app for noose around the clock. Undergone. Will be cloudy tonight with flurries or light snow showers, The overnight low temperature in the upper twenties. Tomorrow, a mix of clouds and sun come our way, but a little bit of sunshine High temps in the mid thirties. On Sunday. We'll see a high of.

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"greeson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"greeson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"President. But I wouldn't be a bit surprised if he doesn't just check out at this point. I mean, he has run the gamut of just about everything you could possibly run to try to keep this thing alive. There's the Actually, Babbitt 35 years was 35 years old. Here is The names of Benjamin Phillips. Died yesterday. He's was 50 years old. Off Shithole County, Pennsylvania. And D. C. Police confirmed that Mr Phillips died of a medical emergency. Asked did Kevin Greeson 55 of Alabama? And Roseanne boil in 34. Of Georgia. We don't know what the cause of death was for them. But it also shows That? Ah, actually, Babbitt from San Diego. Gallops Mr Phillips from Pennsylvania. Mr Greeson from Alabama, Miss Boylan from Georgia. So people did come in from all over the country. Who express their desire. Somehow they believe that Mike Pence was going to be able to change things. And I tried to tell you I've tried. I've I've repeated it. I've said it 15 different ways. That this was going to be the outcome. But.

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"greeson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"greeson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Slow well on the Chinese spies in five time he farted on TV. It was all the talk of the town for about a day or two. Well, maybe that's why she didn't hang out with him very long, because, you know She was tired of his fart to that ground. See, lady that was highly upset about us. Not caring about New Mexico. We're in Los Angeles or entitled were prettier than everybody else. Maybe not far. Not even close, but never left. You don't care about New Mexico. Come on. What's the matter with you? Also? Can you look into a lot of gruesome understanding over $3 million in loans to keep this winery open? How about pleasantly? Listen, you Which begin with PBS, You could watch news for different countries in the world. Japan, BBC, France, Germany and you special people standing in line with the supermarket. They're staring right on the X O polite, right? Right, right. Based in line exactly. You know they're so polite. They stand from the active in America. There is no line. That's the difference. America There is no line. So Gavin Newsom's winery stays open while everyone else is gets shut down that I have yet to hear you. Go up on the teachers unions that are keeping our kids out of the classroom and Southern California. You guys have got to get on board with this so sudden change in a bird. Thank you. Bided mispronounced some guy's name. Wow. You to hack Scotty gave it up Compared to what Trump? He does Greeson Newsome put all these people out of work and unemployed restaurant workers another What's the story? And why can't we get this guy? Not that'll office. I've gotta believe there's many, many, many, many more people that he's put it to work. Then we need signatures to get rid of s O explaining what's going on. Wake up, people stand up, signed a petition to get rid of pieces. Hey, Macarena. I don't understand about why the restaurants have toe locked down. And you don't know shut down for the outside dining, But yet they opened up the playground corner like little kids steps. They've got their hands all over these slides and like all of the, you know, walking up the little stairs. Is that all this stuff? There's nobody cleaning the playground like there is at the restaurant, so I just don't think they know what the hell they're heading about when they open up one thing, and they close others like that gonna turn.

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"greeson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"greeson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Just be sure to choose guilty. Chicago's own Tommy Greeson open for Frank Sinatra on stage, but off stage they were pals. One time after a performance, Frank invited Tommy over to his place in Palm Springs. For dinner. He'll never forget. Yeah, and it was with him about six months. And he said, You know, come to see if the House for the weekend and I went down to his compound in Rancho Mirage in the desert, and it's It's a huge compound that had bungalows on the outer perimeter. You that were named after her songs. You know Strangers in the night tender tapped my Way in New York, New York. In his house guests, you know, and and I end up staying down there like six times a year for the rest of his life. But it was hard for me to describe her for me. Describe to you what it was like for me because I grew up in a shack. You know, again for five of the steppe in one bed. We had no bathtub in no shower, no hot water. You know, holes in my shoes. Now I'm in function after compound and they're waiting on you hand and foot. I mean, you're in. If you wanted records in bed, he had a staff that would take care of you. They had lunch around the tennis courts. And in the evening he either Frank would take everybody to dinner at one of the restaurants in the desert. Or he would they would cook at home and he'd go in the kitchen and help the chef with the gravy, you know, with the sauce, you know. It was surreal. The houseguests Gregory Peck and his wife, Ernie, could be Jack Lemmon and his white police should be cooked Douglas and his wife and Clint Eastwood, and whoever he was dating at the time. You know Robert Wagner, Jill ST John Angie Dickinson. These were people I saw in the movies when I was a little boy and Harvey at the Harvey Theater, thes people like you and now It was in a Tommy our capacity of gravy. That's also what I would you know, I would go back to my bungalow in just pinched myself. And speaking of friendship, Frank's pals included Dean Martin and his idol, Bing Crosby, and loved performing with both of them. Here's Frank Dean. And being together we're together the realized Oh, I'm all choked up. Sure..

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"greeson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"greeson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Overy punk rock turn because into this cultural war steps a guy named Sample Popil way we name him wallah, Papua Bala. You know, Papa, the bullet I really want to say that he tried to embody that that kind of bullet to your brain that wake up That's Bob Ariano. He's a professor at Southern Oregon University. He went several times in the nineties to Cuba to interview people who he calls the Kurt Cobain of the freaking. Yeah, he looked very intense. He was cocky and confident and just charismatic, Super tall, skinny. Yeah, he always where Ah, American flood. Oh, yeah, Like a bandanna you swallowing. Those are two friends of pop Those issues. Dia's on Greeson Anders, who was also a bad made of his own Always. Ah. Wanda. We're being always. So Luis remembers the first time he met Popil, and it was on the night that a Communist Party meeting was taking place right outside his house inside the building when Grandpa was coming He's coming in. Ah, bicycle. We? He's hey! Ah Flood United State flood. Where he's going on his head. Yeah, my father, my father going Dow Second, The old your father. He and your father hid when he saw him coming with the American flag on his bottom musical about gold robot. Local Gracie taking you fraud. Our arrow do head it bubble say why? Why on everyone outside the building. Silence. Papa was It's a weird guy. The.

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"greeson" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"greeson" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"I'm on it. Knowing that Greeson in Busch Gardens Tampa Bay by now, they will know my name. 10 minutes back champion using them both out Rodeo six. Indeed, Spectacular in Bush Cardin maybe doesn't mean Bush Gardens. Scott does gold, Pharmaceutical, sad and boost gardens was beat up in Oakland. Hold your analysis complete. It all started with a grilled cheese sandwich. Two simple pieces of bread some butter on a slice of American cheese. But after making it day after day week after week, I hungered for more Colby provolone Gouda, but Judah wasn't good enough. I wanted great. I added tomatoes, pickles, jalape O see if I could birth this gooey work of art in my tiny, modest kitchen. Imagine what I could do in a gourmet chef's kitchen. So I called the first bank about loaning me some extra cheddar. Now I had the matchy skill and a superior grill. Equal housing lender member F D I c. It's Jamie. Progressive Number one number two employees leave a message at the cage. Aimee. It's me, Jamie. This is your daily pep talk. I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your acapella group matte harmony, But you will bounce back. I mean, you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with the name your price tool. It.

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"greeson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"greeson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I loved your answer prior to the break about, and I do think that he will be a d h from time to time with this this club by such great depth that they have a whole lot of people that they, Joey Votto at times can get a breather by being a D h. You have cash? Giuliano's from the right side. You have most doctors from the left side. But I can reflect back all the way back to when Danny Greeson was the first D H in the history of the world, Siri's in 1976. And he made the comment after that series was over. I don't know what to do with myself in between a batch and that's the point you made before the break If you're used to being in the field every day. People think. Well, that's easy being a d h. Maybe not C. I think Indri since case I mean, all he did was sit there on the bench and get right to hit right. He couldn't go down when you need a well about and hit off the tee or something like that. But he still felt like a duck out of water. And I think that would hold true today for a guy that's trying to transition into that of being a D. H After being an everyday player, you know, we talked about the D H. And this is the six times so far this year. We've talked About the D H. Joe and Joe Biden. So you say you would just said about the rotation. This is what I'm telling you about the D. H and you said, you know the Reds air suited for the D H more than a lot of teams, and you just pointed out the whole rotation, which I've been telling you about. That's what's gonna happen with the date past. Ya know, it's not going to hit is not going to be the D H. Every single guy didn't imply that he was. Well, I mean, but you said Vado, you said most Takis I mean, just Anyway, the death at this club and if you were managing who would be your let's say five out of every six games? Who would be your dick? I'm not going to tell you. I'm mad about this now because you've reflected poorly upon me and we're out of time. Lance McCalister here for your hometown.

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"greeson" Discussed on Indigenous 100 Podcast

Indigenous 100 Podcast

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"greeson" Discussed on Indigenous 100 Podcast

"I thought it's time for me to take my business experience together. That's inside for the last six years at Spain around. Es sitting a direction vision for the next five eighteen fifty heat for being part of a team again val with my fellow cousins who tried to take food but why why for example with apocalypse. He didn't pack. I mean you got some realities the reasons you don't won't conscious their Now you go some commissioner realities have real impacts on your ability be able to do business and stuff and I'm just wondering again and particularly when you're in your mouth and you get into a governance role on a commercial station. You become the Mahdi Person Yup. Do you know what I mean. I'm trying to make this pejorative. But it's a reality. It's when you get onto commission into the you become the right now you worry about language. Payment you worry about the professional development development playing staff in two things MONTY MONTY ENGAGEMENT. GonNa stop headed. Stop yourself from being pigeonholed seats. While still maintaining a photo gamut of responsibility for the board but also trying to push money interests for me on there to be the Mahdi leader on the board. And it's all about leadership it's not about kind of doing the doing it's about leading the organization into the mode confidently into Talamante side that something which is very hard but also equally waking the of these organisations with eight impact on an infrastructure company on the Harrison Greeson in now. Et Council which is a big full circle. The it's about the quite surprised you because they pigeon how you into Mali but that quite surprised me understand the the financial challenges a hit in the community decisions you need to Mike. And it's about assisting them providing expertise in that area too. Which is a which I think's a bias. But YOU HAVE RIGHT. They do pigeonhole you but when you bring a commercial angle took. It's actually the netted buying us to the organization which all the cheese that I'm on the board of being very supportive of me doing it so I've been cagey about ask you this. But I think we need to talk about because but secretly Ahmadi politics being a governor can be tough constituent right so molly and Mardi though so pointy governors. Their expectations are higher than I think. The Commercial Stakeholders in commissioner organized. Because not only do you have to return. You also got to do it in a sustainable way. That's aligned with Tiana that has manner enhancing to wall of the. You know we talk about the five thousand six hundred ninety five accountable to all of them. How tough is that? It is the toughest Rawal wise of the toughest mall. Well feels like everything's on the lawn with in in mody. Governance is the toughest governance by phone. Yeah you know. It's given political local council on Local Council governance and in Maadi Governance is is.

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Coronavirus deaths in Italy overtake China as economic damage mounts

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

11:03 min | 2 years ago

Coronavirus deaths in Italy overtake China as economic damage mounts

"The global outbreak of the Corona Virus Kovic nineteen has caused astonishing economic turmoil. And we haven't whether anywhere close to the lost of it in many sectors of the economy business has all but stopped and with barely any warning. It is just nine weeks give or take since the first CO VID nine hundred case. China was confirmed. A big crisis demands big responses but governments around the world of faced with a health emergency as well as an economic one. It is a combination which makes the last big global crash. The Financial Crisis of two thousand eight look relatively uncomplicated. We are at a very early stage of whatever this is but it is already possible to perceive something of the scale of the consequences and of the attempts to mitigate them. How deep is this ditch? What might be our best way back out of it which governments are showing a potential way forward. And what's it like for the National Leaders? Who have to make these kinds of decisions. We'll be asking one prime minister. Who did this is the foreign desk? President trump tax cutting hate government interference. Trump would be looking at a one trillion dollar plan. Which half of that would be sending a thousand dollar checks to every American the Franklin? He's thinking he needs to do it. Says everything you need to know so universal basic income. Call it what you will a cash handout to households right now and so I would say the policy makers today whatever you considering either on the demand side in terms of stimulus or in terms of transitional financial credit triage to keep firms afloat the earlier these radical measures taken the better. There's no point looking back in three months time in saying WOULDA COULDA. Shoulda I think for the short term. What governments need to do of course the need to absolutely care about the house of the nation but they also need to tell them. Don't worry don't be banks we will guarantee to all. Don't pay your tax and ensure you keep your employees working and we'll be here to support him on today's show on joined first of all by Louise Cooper and Vicky Pryce Lewis. Cooper is a veteran financial analyst and reporter who spent almost a decade on trading flows. Vicky price is an economist who formerly served as joint head of the UK government's economic service. Both join me remotely Louise. Stop by asking you what I guess is the big question I as far as it is presently possible to tell how big a hole we in. We're in completely uncharted waters. And it is possible. We're facing economic armageddon and I don't say that lightly. The problem is that in a normal recession you see a decline but it happens over weeks. It happens over months. It could happen over a year in this. The economy literally overnight stops overnight so Monday night here in the UK. The government said we're Badio essentially pubs clubs restaurants stugotz anymore and so literally if you run a Pablo Kabul restaurant or theater or whatever. People aren't coming to you. So your gone from revenue on one hundred thousand pounds a year to revenue if nothing overnight literally overnight now you could say well you know the pup sectors particularly badly hit. They're all the sectors of the economy. That are doing well which point I say to you. Well what about the catering company supplying the pub company? That's the first thing then I say to you. What about the employees that worked for the company that can no longer pay their mortgages and have to say to their banks? We can't afford to pay mortgages. What about the childcare facilities of the employee's that they can no longer afford to pay childcare or in need to pay childcare anymore because they're not going to work that children don't need childcare? Vicky there have been many comparisons drawn with the crash of two thousand eight which I guess is the lost comparable event within living memory of a great many people. It strikes me at least. I'm very far from being an economist. There is a difference. There in the two thousand eight was essentially a rotten structure collapsing on itself. Where is this is the structure such as it was being hit by a sudden external shock? Does that mean it's an immoral? Less serious was interesting. Thing is what it does is. It affects all sectors of the economy. Which actually was the case in two thousand eight as well? So forget we think is just an issue of banks of causing walls and the banking and financial system as you rightly say which was rotten inverted. Commas when regulation hasn't been particularly goods and people actually know what was going on so that was the most worrying thing about that so the regulators went on top of it in the slightest but it did affect loads of companies it of course it affected disposable incomes so also people lost jobs across the world in some cases. They were very deep recessions. I come originally from Greeson. I can tell you that that was pretty horrific experience which they haven't quite gone out of yet places like Italy look more in other European countries. One which of course Italy being so hit now by the current virus. They haven't got back yet more than ten years own to the cabinet the GDP being where it was before the financial crisis now. It looks like we were in uncharted territory there as well. Because unlike previous shocks to the system like an oil price increase in so on you could see the impact of that would have and they wear possibilities for reacting to. It was such a globalized shock. The financial one that governments and as I used to work for the government at the time and I was going to something called the National Economic Council officials. Group were setup is sort of war room if you like on that we would just throwing money at the problem in order to get demand in particular going again in order to support companies. So it's not very different from that except that the short-term shock is likely to be much more significant because you're basically cutting both supply and demand at present and that's if like it's a double triple whammy which. I don't think any government so far is quite dealt with Louise that point. That Vikki makes that bad though. Two thousand eight was it was at least. It was understandable to an extent people. Were able to see what had happened at. Wyatt had happened. And and markets could therefore react accordingly. How much of the pessimism of markets that we have over the last week or so especially is driven by the fact that they simply don't know what they're supposed to be pricing in markets do overreact. Okay absolutely do overreact. Absolutely driven by the massive uncertainty that we face get all of that the problem with comparing it two thousand and eight is. We used a lot of our firepower up in two thousand eight so going into that financial crisis interest rates. Were at five six percent interest rates now pretty much nothing already. So there's monetary policy firepower. What fiscal firepower government spending money going into two thousand eight? I think the UK had debt to GDP. Thirty five percent. Now it's double that so that's something else to consider when you compare it to the global financial crisis left which is the reason why when central banks cut rates markets went back. We want governments to spend and we've had government spending and even so markets have been a bit like they're not impressed. We think more needs to be done so everyone looks stock market okay so everybody looks at the stock market but I would go back and suggest that actually this is going to become a credit crunch as well and in fact already is so if you look at credit markets which is where companies borrow billions. This is the big markets where companies issued its traded these sorts of you look at the credit markets. They are telling you. There's a credit crunch so absolutely there is a lot of uncertainty but financial markets. Don't move in the way that they do. These huge moves. I cannot tell you how extraordinary these moves all. Let him move like that. Unless something fundamentally is really going on in fact I would argue. It's the huge lapses in the stock market. It's the fearing contagion in the credit markets. It's a dollar surging. Say Facet Surgery. This is telling policymakers governments and central bankers GEISSWEIDT COP. You need to do something Vicky just to a final quick thought for this half of the program trying to figure out where we are now governments of course now face no end of difficult decisions which we will discuss further in the second part of the program but obviously their first priority is going to be or at least should be protecting people from the virus as best they possibly can. But how difficult is it going to be to do? Both that and maintain the economy the at some level or another going to have to pick one or the other is incredibly difficult. I think this is the crucial question. I mean thinking again about two thousand and eight. That was a credit crunch. And that was the issue so what governments were doing throwing money into the problem hoping that trade will continue to the linkages between banks will be resumed because interbank lending has stopped. Nobody was trusting a bank in another country right now. Of course we have a closure of trade as well because with closing borders closing. Airports Sir is very very significant in terms of a setback. So if you throw money at the economy yes perhaps you can keep some firms going up but actually you're killing demand very significantly and even if you give people a little bit of extra money like the. Us is about to do. Everyone is supposedly is going to receive a thousand dollars. What are you gonNA spend it on? If everything's closing down you can do various things online but supply chains have been disrupted. So we're talking about the world shutting down for a while particularly Europe coast but other bits two. There's a little bit of positive news coming in the sense that sort of China's resuming production and he's getting out of its problems or maybe just a question of time but I think for the short term what governments need to do of course the need to absolutely care about the house of the nation but it also needs to tell thumbs. Don't worry don't you? Banks will guarantee to all. Don't pay your tax and ensure you keep your employees working and will be here to support whether in the end of the day. Who's going to pay for it whether the markets will like it in the long term whether we just do it by printing money it has to be said to companies so that some of that uncertainty goes away.

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"greeson" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

The Nerd Soup Podcast

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"greeson" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

"The funds you bang on the TV, right? Fix the antenna. Get three channels. I get pulled over even drinking tonight. So. Yeah. Get out of you. Scrim. Another another failure guy referenced, and he's like the all time he diner. You want some cigarettes on that. Yeah. Wasn't the cigarettes on that when my nanny? So that's best coming of age movies. That's the worst. Sink street is great books. Good. Yes. Sanctuary was one of my favorite coming of age. I have a breakfast club. I love as well. Yeah. John More comedic side eighth grade. Yeah. Eighth grade. I really liked because it was it was different. Actually felt like I was watching like eighth grade kids. Yeah. That was that was actually pretty terrifying. The seventeen boyhood is a big one sandlot one. Oh, yeah, though. San Laden there, right? Juneau Juneau, definitely moonlight lady bird, our just naming movies. But my favorite would probably be a think tank street is my favorite this, this listenclear. Call me by your name that, that would be number one for me, too. I'll see Greeson here to shame based on whole argument on Greece. I even have an argument, you just had grease. And then Bill. Yeah. Yeah. I mean you kind of, I'm putting you weren't arguing streetcar named desire. Yeah. Sure. There you go. No, every movie that I ever watch coming of age. What, what everybody's kind of coming. You're coming at a justifies as a coming of age movie. It's like when you're when you're maturing into adulthood. Yeah. It's like when you're in your teenage years, you're starting to take. We're dulled responsibilities. Yet you coming into the movie cat, or me. Who's coming shirty? So no, no. It's it's when you in that state. Yeah. When you're fourteen fifteen every movie you watch is a coming of age. So that's my that's when I'm walking on the. Yes. So if you watch alien when you're fifteen it's a coming of age movie for you because you realize, you know. But it was when I was fifteen. Connect came. And look at what year was it? When you were fifteen along those, I might have been two thousand eighteen years ago. Yeah. Twenty seven. Yeah. Seven. You really. So Juno, super bad. I fit your take going to see like verse transformers. Zodiac movie transformers, no coming of age when the characters are coming of age also. So the first one, I said was right. Yeah. Well, apparently not, not according to the internet. I've a question here from drew worst going in like young teddy going to seek like ugly and walking out like I'm a man..

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"greeson" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"greeson" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Oh, I hope a lot. I have my son's two thousand five Silverado with a three. Okay. It started out. Oh a month or so ago, his radiator fans were running. Okay. And then kind of went away, and then he started getting numerous codes for different sensors. Okay. And it might go away. And then his truck would get into these fits too sometimes and virtually wouldn't run and coming out of it wouldn't start or wouldn't run would run very well eventually start. Okay. So anyway. Cincinnati last week. I've what I found was when I pulled the connectors off of them or ECI or whatever it's called right actually, one of them was holding water inside the connector, oh, good. The bottom ten or twelve pins were submerged there you go. Yeah. So I thought oh, we got it there. So I went ahead and cleaned that out cleaned it up. Good dust, a could everything blew it out put it back together. Anyway ran perfect for. I think he said he'd put about two hundred miles on it. And then here we go again. Okay. Same thing. So we brought it back so last night. Anyway, I ended up getting back to pull that Connector's off that you see 'em head a little bit of moisture in there. Right. But also when I went out evidently is fans ran again ran the battery did right because when I put the charger on the fans kicked on right away. Right. So I think you get smarter inside the PCM and create an issue here. Well, I actually took that apart last night. Okay inside and it was bone dry. Okay. I thought maybe it was maybe it got water in and then, you know, seeping through them connectors. Right. Nope. It was bone dry inside. Okay. So maybe I didn't get all the moisture, right? There will be a little bit. There. We need to figure out how to dry out that connector get some dialectical Greece on it. And then I would go as far as trying to figure out a way of sealing it up better. We used to I used to have problems with the with the Bronco twos. The fuel pump relay would get moisture in it. And at that point. I took a balloon and actually put a balloon over it and seal the up, and then I was able to seal up the end with this here. You're going have to take an but the balloon over it and cut the at the end of it out. So it can slide over your connector and seal that up and seal up the other end of that is what I would do. I would I'd try to figure out a way of sealing up that connector better after I get the moisture out of it and put a little dialectical Greece in it. Don't put too much dialect Greeson though. Yeah. I did do that the first time I used a little bit dialect is. The is the connector missing its seal. Well, it doesn't. I mean. I'm not sure. But both connectors look the same. I mean, you got the loom that goes up there. One feeds in the top one in the bottom of each connector. Yeah. The the.

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"greeson" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

04:54 min | 3 years ago

"greeson" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Opportunity to share in the wealth here to tell us more. Joe Nocera aecom this for Bloomberg opinion. So the where's the real money where and wins the real money to be made in tech IPO? Well, the the real money. V made is made before it goes public. And especially as these tech companies have wanted to stay private longer and longer and longer. And now we have created a system where important venture capitalist and important investors. Carl Icahn can get in and in effect and make investments the my the companies get the money to help them grow. And the investor gets in at a very low valuation, and then as they get closer to IPO things work the way they're supposed to evaluation gets higher and higher and higher and higher. And at by the time, you get to the IPO they've made three hundred four hundred percent of their money. So is that what happened with Uber and lift? Well, it depends on who you're talking about. You know? So yes is the answer. There were tons of insiders Mark in Greeson was an on one of them and Carl most spectacular example is Carl Icahn who bought lift at one hundred fifty million dollars early on and sold it for five hundred million dollars, by the way to George Soros. Just before lift went public the category of the rich get richer. This goes under the category of very rich get very, Richard. So, but you know, there's so much. What about the drivers? So this is what I was writing about in my column. Wouldn't exist. Without the drivers. The drivers have never made much money. Because if they did if there were employees if they got benefits if they got reasonable salaries Hoover, go out of business, the model doesn't work. I mean as it is was announced three billion dollars worth of losses. Just before they went public, and then losing money left and right because in your column, you say most estimates indicate Uber drivers make less than someone working at McDonald's. That's generally true. That's generally true. If you wanna make, you know, slightly above poverty wage pretty much have to drive sixty hours a week, something like that. So what what's happened is the drivers with the IPO coming people started clamoring? What what are you going to do for the drivers? What are you going to do for the drivers? And you know on the surface. It doesn't look like doing that much. I mean, so they're giving both lived and Uber giving them cash awards for five hundred dollars to ten thousand dollars depending on how long they've been driving and how many rise they've done and so on and so forth. And theoretically that money is going to be supposed to be used to buy shares at the IPO price. Well, of course, do that with lift you've already lost money Buber hasn't gone. But, but honestly, I mean, I the thought that an Uber driver is gonna take five hundred dollars and put in the stock market instead of spending it as ridiculous now. Let me tell you something that happened in the aftermath. I got a call from Uber. They weren't that happy with why? But they said to me, you know, we wanted to give our drivers pre IPO shares, but we're not allowed to because under the rules, including supreme court decision. The definition of independent contractor means that we can't give them benefits like stock. So forgive them stock they'd be classified as employee's and that blows the whole model so on the one hand they were being very nice and saying we want to give them fares. And they actually wrote a letter to the SEC thing. Why can't we do this? But on the other hand, you know, it's kind of the most important thing for them is to make sure the drivers remain, independent contractors and not get classified as employs. And they would much rather not give them IPO shares that have them classified as employee's. Well, you write that outside lawyers, for instance, sometimes get stock options instead of fees. They're independent contractors that I made the I said the same thing and the response was there in a different category consultants or something like that. But they're not independent contractors. How long can this model holed up where the drivers make so little? Look, what is ultimately want? They want gravityless cars. Why do you think why do you think Uber spent all that money trying to create an autonomous car division, which of course, was a disaster? But nonetheless, they were trying I mean. I think the vision really is that in ten or fifteen years.

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"greeson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"greeson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"For me as always what's going to happen next. If people sense that you're not pushing an agenda. You're not pulling your punches. They're going to rely on you. It's a commitment to the truth one of the advantages. I think I've been in this business a long you're able to the tap. What is real what is important, and what's just hold on a full noise? This way, some Fox News channel real news. Real honest opinion. WIP mobile news on the level. The. The. Making it a federal case now showers and falling temperatures overnight. It ends early Thursday. The clouds will decrease afternoon. I'm staying Lear. Here's what's trending this hour. The FBI has joined the search for a missing eight month old girl. Her family reported little Amaya Robertson missing Saturday. Her mother's boyfriend. Not the baby's father was arrested the following day on charges of criminal recklessness. And leaving the scene of an accident. The baby's grandfather tells wish TV the arrest resulted from a domestic dispute involving his daughter Congress's concern about the crash of two Boeing seven thirty-seven max aids. Chris Davis reports Indiana's Representative Andre Carson says the government and the airline may be too close to be a national distance. That exists Carson is on the house subcommittee on aviation between administrators of the FAA NBA industry. So that we can have levels of accountability Carson tells. The cheddar network. He believes the government may need even more oversight over situations like the approval of new aircraft. Chris Davis, Ninety-three WIBC mobile news. Do you have smoke detectors at home that fire that killed six? Individuals in longest port or fire that took the lives of three children. A few weeks later could have possibly been prevented. Had these homes had a working smoke alarms state fire marshal. Jim Greeson.

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"greeson" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"greeson" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Of all time. Let's go to line one. You're on. Hello. Who is this who is this? Linda, which is what nine thousand nine hundred ninety s movie soundtrack is the best selling soundtrack of all time. Star wars. Nope. Nineteen seventies. Thank you. Jim. You're on. What is the best selling soundtrack of all time for movies? I'm gonna say Lion King. Nope. That's. Yes. Jeff on three Jeff bestselling soundtrack of all time. Turn up, Michael. What's up, buddy? I'm gonna go with grief. Green is a great call. But that is it's in the ninety s in the nineteen nineties. So thank you. Here. We go on number two. What hundred ninety s film has the best selling soundtrack of all time. I was gonna say Greeson Albig asset awhile ago. Okay. All right. A new is going to be a good question. Here we go. All right. Phone lines are lighting up. It's it's a great answer. My fake boyfriend keeps sending me ideas. He needs a call in. If he wants to get the tickets nineties soundtrack Glen, you're on line three. What's the answer? Oh, okay. Go ahead, buddy. Gregor crack Craig. Ubud? I'm gonna say Titanic. Oh. What I guessed it. I know you have a hint, Robin, Robin. What is all right? The bodyguard. Yes. It is. The bodyguard is the number one selling soundtrack of all time, Robin. How would you sing along with this? Okay. Oh,.

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"greeson" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"greeson" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"I was telling you about see that see always dipping says left side. He's going to try and come in. He goes to the body, which is nice comes up. But then just stays there. Surani? Fires a right turns. And he's still there boot. And he gets up for two more times. He had a big problem exiting the pocket and took a lot of unnecessary damage as as a consequence here, we are there clinched up remembered Sereni likes to look from the right side Sironi is here. Head to the left. Right. He's bought. Let's see what he does. Here is going to switch out boom cracks in with the right gets his head off the centerline and stays on that right hand side, by the way. Hernandez backs out and then just comes right into Greeson with the right pop some again with the left. So this is exactly what I'm talking about clinch attacks from the right side. Here's the second thing you see Hernandez breaks to clinch. Okay. Fine. Surani Greeson with a right hand on the half beat again, not on this one. But on the right there catches them here. And then the guy stays boop surrounding throws two more shots again same pattern over and over and over and over again, let's go the next one here they clinched up. Again, Sironi is going to get the nice frame on his Ilbo on the inside right here. Right. That can be devastating. If you get it. Right. They break away. He pushes he leans out. So only MRs what the right again, all the Clinton tax on the same side. He follows up with the punch and then as he exits he's still kind of backing out straight in a linear way and eats a head kick as a result. He never exits at an angle, he always exits. That's not true. He exited angled. Sometimes just not enough. All right now, we go to let's see what he does here. He south ball. You see him try to get the outside lead foot angle. Right. Goes to the body. I thought this body work was pretty nice actually he didn't follow it up with much needed it too far away. And it didn't change it up because he's taking these hard steps in these big jumps into space. But it's a punch, and then just kind of stays there. Look Surani knows if I just follow this guy with combinations. He'll be there. And he switches dances to get to get to that position over and over and over again, watch this. We'll see what this one is. Boom Greeson with the knee, which you see. And now watch him. I think he's gonna flurry here. Let's see how just coming forward. Blitzing him. Here's another one. Let's watch. So remember, what does he do is greeting with knees all attacks in that right hand side greeting him with a right hand catching on the happy. Let's see how he greets or they clinch. This is commonly how it goes watch. It gets out of the way. Those jabs time highly unusual for Sironi, but look Hernandez just brakes and stays there. So Sarojini just takes advantage of it and blitzes and back. Look at this line that he's in. Backing up and he turns a little bit here. But that's one the cross best when the straight. Yes. We'll yeah. To cross it's his right hand. Yes. Yeah. So the cross and then his left hook. Boom filing circles at an angle here, the are clinched, again, we'll see what happens again, what are you looking at right hand side, if you are going to fight Donald Sironi, you have to understand an overwhelming amount of his offense is gonna come from that right side at distance in close kicking range. You have to know that he doesn't do a lot of offense on the other side. You got to be prepared. So cracks him with an elbow here. And let's see he just stays there a little bit. He gets out of the way that which was nice by Hernandez. But we're just knows if I keep following this guy. Here's your straight. Then you're hook. He'll catch. You'll catch him every time so Rony does it over Amazon like a broken record because it is a broken record over and over and over and over again. Here..

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"greeson" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

08:08 min | 3 years ago

"greeson" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The entry into. Greeson? Turkey. That the. Americans would distrust the brick. Because of their really inept military leadership. During World War Two. They scoffed at American leadership, which was not the greatest, but their own military, generalship, etc. Was was horrible. But let me let me just jump in. At this point. If I may. It was a rocky relationship among all the allies each of the allies the big three Russia, the United States and Britain were intent on winning the peace, and we're looking very much ahead. Each of the big three believed it had one World War Two certainly the Russians did the British empire. Which was the only great victorious belligerent to fight from beginning to end in World War One and in World War Two believed that they had won the war, and certainly the Americans did. So there was lots of ill feeling to go around, especially between Churchill and FDR. Yes. So I think it's no wonder that. The American wealth, for example, take British general Montgomery, the British military scoff. That's American military leadership during World War Two. But. Ignored the dismal leadership of Montgomery. Well in your. Really another story. Let's focus on the dozen years after World War Two, which is what I tried to address that preface. Lease want to feel that. Particularly Eisenhower to distrust, the British as a great deal of skepticism, you're entirely, right, sir. Yes. And I don't I I didn't get that from your choice at all. I felt that that wasn't on issues. Really? Well, the title of the book is America confronts. The British superpower confrontation tends, not to be too polite and full of distrust. So I might have underplayed the extent of the abrasion and Eisenhower is distrust and FDR's distrust, but it ran deep on both sides. You mentioned. Briefly the Suez. Crisis. This who has events conventionally that's thought of as the point at which the United States broke with Britain and established itself as the superpower and Britain as a secondary power. Who would do what it's told? Couldn't stand up on its own without UN support. But could you go back and talk a little bit more about how things unfolded in Suez? And how significant you think that single event was in the sort of development of US? Right. Suez is utterly significant as a break point when Britain finally acknowledged we are not a superpower. And when the Eisenhower administration offered its declaration of independence, but so much bitterness have been building up to that point bitterness with Britain over and over and over again the extent to which the Americans felt that they had to defer to the British over and over again, it went back to the Korean war with a minimal British presence in Korea. It went back to what Washington thought was a betrayal in Vietnam by the British not aligning with us to likely intervene. It went back to Guatemala in one thousand nine hundred fifty four with the British threatened to have a century at the UN and the collusion between Britain, France and Israel. Eisenhower saw as a direct assault on the United. States and he spoke of being slapped in the face because it was all done to seat fully as you know. So Suez was utterly a break point. It all boiled over what had occurred in the previous years, but I dispute Nick because it was such a shocking horror for the Americans. And it was that which made us realize they're only two in this game the continental size superpowers. Yes. Britain got a hydrogen bomb in summer nineteen fifty seven. But by then the Americans had gotten the bit in the teeth and weren't going to sit back and worry about allied sensitivities revolt. How did the British? So massively misjudge how the United States would react to Suez. Oh, the British misjudged utterly. So did the French. And especially the Israelis the British were accustomed by then to the US sitting back, and they were accustomed to a lot of deference to the British empire and Commonwealth and also eaten had convinced himself that by not criticizing the Americans by backing away from our coup in Guatemala in one thousand nine hundred fifty four that he had built up political chits, and that the US was therefore going to allow the British to do what they pleased in their areas special interest. There's really is also thought that the US would do nothing because this, of course, was during an election year and the Israeli. In November nineteen fifty-six is Eisenhower was competing for reelection. We're certain that the Americans were not cross Israel. So all of this added to the debacle. But let me add Eisenhower saved Britain Franson Israel from a far far worse fate because if Nassar had been overthrown or killed what would have happened the era of occupying Egypt in viceroys in the Middle East was long gone. It would have become nihilist as was Syria at the time, which is being spoken of his own holiness, and the Americans well knew that that would have been far worse outcomes. The nihilism would have swept who knew where. Much found startling you're talking. But one of the one thing is talking about the Britain, none economic I can't remember you said powerhouse or what the phrase you use Tiffany. And my image of written in the postwar years threadbare rationing with people were ration still rationing well after the war, and I I certainly don't have an image of the bridge people being prosperous. And then the other part of the question would be the Bretton Woods agreement was that a something the British found hostile to them or with a you're entirely, right? And it's tied into the status of the British economy. You're entirely, right. Rations didn't end until nineteen fifty three in Britain. That didn't mean that productivity wasn't booming. Everything was being exported the recurring sterling crises nineteen forty seven the worst one of all nine hundred nine forty.

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